Many people in the world, including Europeans, are not conscious of the fact that Europeans composed western music and developed the film industry.
There are distinct cultural styles of music from various parts of the world, from the Middle East, India, China and Africa, and many of these countries have long emulated the European music. Europeans composed distinctive styles of songs and music from classical, country-western, folk, to heavy metal. We have a short rich history of European music styles below:
National Pride in Song
Caucasian Middle Eastern Music
Uyghurs and Hungarians (Secret History of Huns)
Section from the books, "The Children of Mu" and "Lost Continent of Mu" by James Churchward: Great Uyghur Empire was the largest and most important colonial empire embodying the whole of Central Asia from the Pacific Ocean to the Ural Mountains with colonies and outposts throughout the central parts of Europe.
Jackie Evancho started singing before the age of 9. We hope this motivates young boys and girls to sing.
Videos In memory of those who fought in wars
Former Rhodesian now called Zimbabwe in southern Africa was named after Cecil Rhodes, the British empire-builder, who was one of the most important figures in the British expansion into Southern Africa. Rhodes, a successful businessman, obtained mineral rights in 1888 from the most powerful local traditional leaders and enacted them through treaties. There were several states in the former Central African federation, including Southern Rhodesia, (now Zimbabwe), Zambia, (Northern Rhodesia), and Malawi, (Nyasaland). By 1960, there were 223,000 whites and 2,893,000 blacks in Southern Rhodesia. In Northern Rhodesia, the population at that time was 76,000 white, and 2,340,000 black population. "Southern Rhodesia gained international recognition of its independence in April 1980, when it became the Republic of Zimbabwe, and the black government replaced the white government, and passed laws to force white farmers off their lands, today most whites have left the country." (ref: Wikipedia).
The Fall of Rhodesia
The film industry was developed by Europeans, many of whom were Jewish Europeans. Remember when you watch a movie, that it was a European invention!
European Pride for Europe
Europeans worldwide have been conditioned not to think of themselves as Europeans, whose ancestry goes back thousands of years in Europe and the Middle East and central Asia. This is due to the lack of understanding about their homeland. We have, therefore, provided some films to stimulate your imagination on regions of Europe where your ancestors perhaps once lived. We must realize that Europe is our indigenous homeland, and we should have indigenous rights to all of those regions where our ancestors once lived, and where many European still live today. When you look at these films, remind yourself that your ancestors lived in these regions long before Europe developed into the modern countries we know today.
Unconquered is a 1947 adventure film Based on Neil Swanson's "Unconquered, a Novel of the Pontiac Conspiracy," produced and directed by Cecil B. DeMille. It focuses on "Abby" Hale, (Paulette Goddard), who is condemned to death by a British court and was charged, then offered clemency if she would become an indentured servant or bond slave in America. The film depicts the violent struggles between American colonists and Native Americans on the western frontier. The Indians launched an attack in 1763 by a loose confederation of native tribes, primarily from the Great Lakes region, the Illinois and Ohino countries under the Ottawa chief, Pontiac, and was called the Pontiac's Rebellion. There is a bidding competition between Captain Christopher Holden, (Gary Cooper), and Martin Garth, (Howard Da Silva), which Holden wins. He then sets her free after which Garth, a sore loser, kidnaps Abby.
This movie is a good introduction to understanding that a number of white people were indentured slaves.
Sentimental/Country and Western Music
The Tennessee Waltz - singer Patti Page 1950
Patti Page's biggest hit released in 1950, "The Tennessee Waltz" and was #1 for thirteen weeks that year.
Little Peggy March - I will follow him (best version)
"I believe" - Clint Walker
This is one of the songs included in Clint's Inspiration CD, available through his website at clintwalker.com.
Clint Walker: "The Kentuckian Song"
Burl Ives - The original recording of Ghost Riders In The Sky
This is the first recording of this famous song by someone other than the writer, Stan Jones, who recorded it in 1948.
Patsy Cline - Back In Baby's Arms
Pernell Roberts - They Call The Wind Maria
The Seekers - Georgy Girl (1967 - Stereo)
Petula Clark Downtown. Original version
Donald Trump - The Snake
Words to "Snake poem", as read by Donald Trump in January 2016. Original lyrics to the song 'The Snake' by Al Wilson.
Preliator - Rome
Ancient Roman combat set to the music of Globus, (Immediate Music).
European nationalism on the rise - fight for your people. Retain your European identity. Proclaim the sanctity of race. Believe in the Sacred Gene Pool. Treasure this noble heritage.
Eternity must be ours!
Donald Trump Insists The National Anthem Must Be Sang in Anaheim
Wednesday, 25 May, 2016: A Trump campaign rally in Anaheim, California, in The United States, was about to get underway without the National Anthem having being sung. Mr. Trump calls the female singer up to the stage to sing the National Anthem.
TARAS BULBA The Ride to Dubno
TARAS BULBA ©1962: The Ride to Dubno, also known as, 'The Ride of The Cossacks', music composed and conducted by Franz Waxman 1906-1967. Starring Yul Brynner in the title role, also starring Tony Curtis, Kristine Kaufmann, Perry López and Sam Wanamaker, filmed in Argentina, directed by J.Lee Thompson.
The Horse Charge
Music from the group, Two Steps from Hell, "Heart of Courage", released in 2010. A video of horses charging from a number of various movies.
150 thousand People! Poland Rises Against Islam/March Of Independence2015/MarszNiepodległości
According to one reader, the music is a mix of Why do we Fall; Imagine the Fire; Without a Rope; Take me to Bane - Soundtrack from The Dark Knight, by Hans Zimmer & James Newton Howard.
Who were the Black and Tans? (Actual footage of attacks)
The Black and Tans as a subject still arouses controversy in Ireland. The Black and Tans were mostly former soldiers brought into Ireland by the British government after 1920, to assist the RIC, (Royal Irish Constabulary), in their work.