Tom Kawczynski is the publisher, founder, and editor-in-chief of Pendulum.Online.
Tom made national attention when he was fired from his position of Town Manager in Jackman, Maine for his willingness to speak against politically correct culture. Since his dismissal, he has been a persistent advocate for both freedom of speech and freedom of association and has emerged as an advocate for the consideration of White rights and positive White identity in America and throughout the world. A published author with two books Someone Has To Say It: The Hidden History of How America Was Lost and The Coming Civil War, Tom also serves as Leader of the National Right, an effort to unite the Republican Party around the core conservative principles of morality, responsibility, liberty, and identity.
Tom is married and lives happily in rural Maine. When not busy writing, he enjoys hiking, cooking, and definitely prefers tea over coffee with chai being a personal favorite.
Kenaz Filan is a father, husband, writer, autodidact, mystic and unashamed European-American. The author of The New Orleans Voodoo Handbook, The Haitian Vodou Handbook and several other books, Filan has most recently appeared in Europa Sun. His blog is at http://www.europaschildren.com and he can be reached via e-mail at <[email protected].
Dustin Johnson is a White advocate and, although staunchly right-wing, does not adhere to any particular political affiliation. A Kansas City native and resident, he enjoys the typical local offerings of Boulevard beer and the world’s best barbecue, as well as karaoke. Mr. Johnson has also previously worked as an actor, appearing in such productions as “Cabaret” and “Oklahoma!,” usually typecast as a villain for his dark features and matching humor. He has also done both sketch and improv comedy in Kansas City’s Westport district for unruly crowds of drunken 20-and-30-something hipsters, who would likely tar and feather him if they had even the faintest whiff of his personal beliefs. Dustin has been a frequent poster on 4Chan’s “Politically Incorrect” board for the last six years, from which derives most of his political beliefs and the gradual warping of his soul, having actively participated in many of its more prominent shenanigans.
Mr. Johnson lives on the Missouri River with his girlfriend and cat, and only emerges to go to work or on beer runs, sometimes both at once to save gas. He can usually be found dumping his meme folder and ripping on Congress over at Gab.com, under the handle @whitelash99.
Corey J. Mahler, Esq., J.D., LL.M.
Stephen Clay McGehee
Stephen Clay McGehee is a Christian and Southern Agrarian. He is president of a software and data services company that he founded in 1995, vice-president of Gather The Fragments Bible Mission, and publisher of SouthernAgrarian.com, and TheCivilRight.org. He has been a political candidate, campaign treasurer, convention delegate, and political speech writer. He was awarded the title of Kentucky Colonel in 2004, and is a staff officer in the Military Order of the Stars and Bars.
His personal motto is “Our People – Not just for our time, but for all time.” His people are the Southern people – those who came from Europe and settled the Deep South in the early years of America. He looks to men like the consummate Southern gentleman and leader of his people, Robert E. Lee, as a cultural role model.
A native Floridian, he is happily married, and lives in a rural area within easy walking distance of his five grandchildren. In addition to being very active in church, his favorite activities include tending to his fruit trees, chickens, and garden – and enjoying a cup of Earl Grey tea.
Joseph Krug is a man concerned about the future of Europe and the European diaspora. As an amateur historian and reader of old books, he hopes we can learn from the past and not only preserve our people, but some day in the future reach new pinnacles of achievement.
Landon Mondragon is a writer, researcher, political activist and social media commentator. His interests range from politics, economics, culture, occultism, symbolism, theology, psychology and philosophy. His unique and eclectic style highlights the interconnected of these topics. Solution-oriented thinking is at the core of Landon’s message with an emphasis on psychological self-analysis, bio-energetic healing, Nature Therapy, Animal Therapy and the development of authentic self-esteem. Politically, Landon is a Nationalist and an advocate for ruralization, political balkanization and a localized community-building initiative designed to reestablish the political and cultural preconditions necessary for building healthy families and communities as well as psychologically stable individuals.
Check out his other work at landonmondragon.com.
Doug Morrison is a disappointed American. He hails from California but has hung his hat during his vagabond existence in 14 different states and 3 different countries. The blood of barbarians and Vikings and Celtic warriors still flows in his veins. He’s never had much money or fame. He doesn’t have a formal education having left school and struck out on his own at the tender age of 14, but has a doctorate degree from The School of Hard Knocks. He’s written a bunch of books that no one will ever read and he prefers it that way. Doug is a proponent of the Pastor Butler plan despite being a militant atheist volunteerist.
Brett Stevens started life writing about free speech in the dial-up bulletin board community and early internet. This in turn led him to explore some of the taboo areas of thought, arriving at a fusion between deep ecology and radical traditionalism. Starting in the late 1980’s, he wrote on a variety of topics including death metal, ecocide, nihilism, anti-democracy, nationalism, and Nietzschean self-reliance for online and print publications.
With the publication of his first book, “Nihilism: A Philosophy Based In Nothingness And Eternity,” in 2016, Stevens left behind the world of politics for a philosophical approach to politics that combines history and a realistic understanding of nature and the human mind to analyze the reasons why people might leave Leftism behind.
He continues to write on these topics under the general heading of “conservatism” which is the parent philosophy of all realist political thinking, hosting an occasional podcast named Nationalist Public Radio and appearing regularly on other national question and conservative sites. In his spare time, he prefers to be hiking in nature with a pipe filled with a rich English blend.
Jeff Winston is a writer, musician, filmmaker, founder of the White Art Collective, and contributor to Europa Sun and Pendulum.Online. He also hosts a show called “Artistic Dissection” on the White Art Collective YouTube channel. While Jeff has always been proudly and unapologetically White, he only became an activist after observing the unprecedented hostility toward White people and White culture during the run up to Donald Trump’s 2016 election. Jeff became active in Identity Europa and attended most of the big protests in 2017. In response to the unrelenting anti-White propaganda and attacks on White culture, Jeff founded the White Art Collective in order to preserve, promote, celebrate, and expand upon European culture. Jeff is a Midwesterner at heart, but currently resides in the Washington, D.C. area.
John Young is a long-time pro-European-American activist, a member of the EAU board of directors, and one of the co-regents of the European Americans United nation. Formally trained in sciences, engineering, philosophy, theology, music, martial arts, and military strategy, John brings an interdisciplinary approach to his analysis. To find out more about EAU, check out http://www.europeanamericansunited.org.