Micetrap Records The Music That Hurts Your Feelings 2 1/4 Inch Magnet

January 26th, 2015
Micetrap Records The Music That Hurts Your Feelings 2 1/4 Inch Magnet Micetrap Records The Music That Hurts Your Feelings 2.25 Inch (5.715 cm) Magnet

Micetrap Records Rampant Lion Hooded Zippered Cardinal Red Sweatshirt With Pockets

January 21st, 2015
Micetrap Records Rampant Lion Hooded Zippered Cardinal Red Sweatshirt With Pockets Cardinal red hooded Sweatshirt featuring a rampant lion on the front left chest and the infamous Micetrap Records logo on the back! These hoodies are extremely high-quality, pre-shrunk yarn sweatshirts featuring unlined hoods with color-matching drawstring, pouch pockets on the front and double-needle stitching and double-needle cuffs! They also feature a YKK metal zipper and overlapped fabric. Available in: Small, Medium, Large, X Large, XX Large and XXX Large (XXL & XXXL are $6 extra)

Micetrap Records Rampant Lion Hooded Zippered Black Sweatshirt With Pockets

January 21st, 2015
Micetrap Records Rampant Lion Hooded Zippered Black Sweatshirt With Pockets Hooded Sweatshirt featuring a rampant lion on the front left chest and the infamous Micetrap Records logo on the back! These hoodies are extremely high-quality, pre-shrunk yarn sweatshirts featuring unlined hoods with color-matching drawstring, pouch pockets on the front and double-needle stitching and double-needle cuffs! They also feature a YKK metal zipper and overlapped fabric. Available in: Small, Medium, Large, X Large, XX Large and XXX Large (XXL & XXXL are $6 extra)

Red Arresting Officers Patriotic Voice T-Shirt

January 21st, 2015
Red Arresting Officers Patriotic Voice T-Shirt Arresting Officers were one of the first American skinhead oi! bands and hailed from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Patriotic Voice album cover is done in 2 colors on high quality red t-shirts. Available in: X Small, Small, Medium, Large, X Large, XX Large and XXX Large (XXL & XXXL are $4 extra)

Arresting Officers Patriotic Voice Charcoal Gray T-Shirt

January 21st, 2015
Arresting Officers Patriotic Voice Charcoal Gray T-Shirt Arresting Officers were one of the first American skinhead oi! bands and hailed from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Patriotic Voice album cover is done in 2 colors on high quality charcoal gray t-shirts. Available in: X Small, Small, Medium, Large, X Large, XX Large and XXX Large (XXL & XXXL are $4 extra)

I Love White People 1 Inch Button / Badge

January 13th, 2015
I Love White People 1 Inch Button / Badge I Love White People 1 Inch (2.54 cm) Button / Badge

Thank You For Not Mixing 1 Inch Button / Badge

January 13th, 2015
Thank You For Not Mixing 1 Inch Button / Badge Thank You For Not Mixing Race Mixing 1 Inch (2.54 cm) Button / Badge

Smash The Reds Anti Communist 1 Inch Button / Badge

January 13th, 2015
Smash The Reds Anti Communist 1 Inch Button / Badge Smash The Reds Anti Communist 1 Inch (2.54 cm) Button / Badge

For the UK media, the terrorists have already won

January 8th, 2015
Guest post by Frank Fisher (@Frank_Fisher)



There is a unanimity in the media today, a striking consistency across the papers and airwaves. Everywhere there is talk of supporting free speech, and everywhere there is its surrender. Our Fourth Estate is in full flight from reality, as it was during the original MoToons crisis of 2005. Like then, all the talk is of backing those who provoke and question, using cartoons and satire, but just as then, this is lip service only. Where are the deeds that back free speech? Where are the Charlie Hebdo cartoons on front pages? Nowhere.

Across continental Europe bold newspapers  feature mocking portraits of Mohammed, spiked illustrations defiling the psychotics of ISIS – here in the UK the Axis of Weasel holds full sway; the covers are all deeply, deeply significant for what they do not show. Absence is today’s theme.

Yet everywhere pontificating columnists are pompously telling each other, and us, that they are defending free speech, that it is essential to democracy. Politicans too, who every day find a new victim to denounce for speechcrimes against the people, are today telling us we must cherish the free speech that they long ago stole from us.

I find myself recoiling not just in anger at these clowns, but in instinctive disgust too. Ours is the press of the madhouse, this consistency of delusion is a mass hysteria, denial on a national scale. Fear – physical fear,  and fear of offending against political correctness  -  has led our *entire* media to a blanket self-censorship, while their ridiculous arrogance and delusion has woven a shield of denial that allows them to stitch their mouths firmly shut while mumbling that they are free.

A few show flickers of sanity through the miasma of madness; Dan Hodges, always the first to demand obeisance before the twin gods of “tolerance” and “diversity” is here first to indicate what those cruel gods inflict on their followers, when admitting his own personal cowardice in refusing to tweet a MoToon in solidarity. David Aaronovitch, Blairite of old, demands an end to timidity in defending free expression, from the pitifully timid pages of the Times. Once the Thunderer, now the Whisperer.

This matters. Twelve people are dead in Paris in part because of the failure of Western media to rigidly and universally defend free speech in 2005 and onwards. The obvious reluctance to back our principles in deed showed thuggish Islamic censors that the West would mutter about free speech, but would bottle it in a fight. This was most wretchedly displayed here in the UK, where our press eagerly gagged itself at the behest of the Blair government, demanding “responsible” and “restrained” free speech, urged on by the odious advocate of self-censorship Shami Chakrabarti, and former satirists Private Eye. Mass desertion in the face of enemy fire left those few brave souls of Charlie Hebdo and Jyllands-Posten to march towards the guns alone – with the consequence we have seen today.

It is, however, worse than that. Terrorism is a rare beast. It doesn’t frighten me much. It’s unlikely to touch me, or mine. The abandonment of free speech in the UK does frighten me. Not only because the example of angry Muslims winning their censorship battle has given carte blanche to every furious group, from feminists to scousers, to demand silence. But because it says “we will not fight to defend our way of life”. That, as every student of history knows, is an open invitation to war. Appeasement shows a bold enemy that you have no stomach for a fight, that you present an easy target, a fast and effortless victory. I’m not frightened of terrorism, but I am of civil war. Our media/ political class’s abandonment of solid liberal values that we once thought inviolate is putting our country at risk. Here, they have surrendered without a shot being fired.

Je suis Charlie

January 7th, 2015