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The uncrowned queen of white resistance, Saga is coming to “Magyar Sziget”

Wednesday, July 20, 2011


The world famous Swedish nationalist singer-songwriter Saga will perform at “Magyar Sziget” on August 2. She has been censored in many western-European countries and this will be her first visit to Hungary. Her concert will be the main attraction of one of the biggest Hungarian cultural gatherings that started eleven years ago.

Saga became famous by adapting the songs of the legendary band Skrewdriver, but today, she sings about the life and death struggle of the white civilization.

"What makes me different is I think that I'm a lot more mainstream looking in that I'm very much toned down compared to the other ones. It's not in your clothes. It's not in the way you dress. It's not in your appearance. It's what's in your heart. It's a lot easier for the mainstream public to see themselves in me, than to see themselves in a Skinbird...Personal experiences has made me feel the way I do, and most people do have the same beliefs that I do. It's a bad thing to be labeled a racist these days, and it's such a bad thing that people rather shut up than express what they feel. I'm just trying to say that I don't want people that's not like me around me."



The siege of the main TV station in 2006 and four years later, Jobbik's resounding success in the national election made Hungarian national resistance recognized in Europe. The now, more than 10 years old “Magyar Sziget” has been attracting an increasing number of nationalist groups from all over Europe, each year. These gatherings are excellent ways to exchange ideas and learn from each others about a struggle against the common global enemy – only by joining forces can the struggle succeed.

“Magyar Sziget” organizers took the opportunity to put together an international day of solidarity program at the second day of the event in line with the fraternal relations that already exist among several European nationalist organizations. In the light of this brotherly cooperation, organizers invited a number of foreign (Polish, Croatian, Italian, Flemish, etc.) bands as well to perform at “Magyar Sziget” in the lovely setting of Verőce.

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Ode To A Dying People Lyrics

Eyes shining bright with unspilt tears,
Thinking about all these wasted years.
Everything worth living for is gone,
Brother, I find it hard to keep fighting on.
Falling down towards the abyss,
The reaper embraces me with his kiss;
It makes me want to refuse to care,
To watch this all unfold - too much to bear.

If this is the way it ends -
If this is the way my race ends...
If this is the way it ends - I can't bear to witness

Disease encroaching on all I hold dear,
Somehow I gotta get my soul outta here.
Heart of agony, faint burning hope,
I'm finding it hard to try to cope...

Because liars own the world with conquering poise,
In a wasteland of meaningless noise;
We don't stand a chance with dormant pride,
The heroes of our race have already died...

If this is the way it ends - if this is the way my race ends...
If this is the way it ends - I can't bear to witness...

To imagine it has all come down to this,
Apathy and suicidal bliss...

It's all over except for the cryin',
With a whimper instead of the roar of a lion...

The greatest race to ever walk the earth,
Dying a slow death with insane mirth,
The tomb has been prepared, our race betrayed,
White man, fight the flight towards the grave...

If this is the way it ends - if this is the way my race ends...
If this is the way it ends - I can't bear to witness...
If this is the way it ends - if this is the way my race ends...
If this is the way it ends - I can't bear to witness...

Don't let it end this way,
Don't let it end this way,
Don't let it end this way, I can't bear to witness...


(szentkoronaradio.com – wikipedia – hungarianambiance.com)

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