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DJ

I think Sarah made another wise decision ... as usual.

RafeMasters_76

Sarah Palin...wise? Really? Really? Really?

thebuckstopshere

yes, not entering was wise........now I'll be waiting for the endorsements....................

GOD, FAMILY, COUNTRY

HuskersBob

I think Sarah Palin made the right call. She will, indeed, continue to push for conservatism and adherence to the constitution in a behind the scenes sort of way.

Bruce Feher

After all the BS she and her family went through the last time, who can blame her?
I only wish the main stream media spent the same amount of time digging up dirt on BHO as they did Ms. Palin.

borderbriar

Behind all the rhetoric Sarah is in a really good place right now and she would be a fool to give it up to take a chance on getting the nomination. Whoever gets the Republican nomination should be a sure winner, but as Obama found out being the winner may not be so great when the country is going down the toilet. As Chris Christie said Obama has failed miserably at leadership. Even with a real leader it may not be possible to get the economy turned around in four years. As Ronald Reagan pointed out the President doesn't necessarily have a lot of control in that area. Republicans might be smarter to try to get Obama reelected or their guy could look like Herbert Hoover. If they want it, they better bring in a bunch that really is a band of crazed radicals instead of another one who brings no change and inspires no hope.

Jay

Palin, "The, I have to quit half way through my term as Governor. because I have bills to pay, gal."

Jay

Herbert Hoover, a good example of a Republican who wanted bigger government, by wanting to keep the Volstead act!

Jay

Steve Morgan isn't much better than X-Lax. His moral bankruptcy can be clearly seen by his repeated and devious use of association fallacy as a device to smear people. The latest example is his attempted smearing of Rick Perry as a racist. I can go back and dig out the comments to prove my assertion if need be.

Furthermore, I come to expect such behavior from Jay. But Jay is feeble minded thus he has somewhat of a defence. Jay is just mindlessly parroting those that he follows. But Steve Morgan needs to be held to a higher standard, epecially since he proclaims to be such a devout Christian.

Posted by: DJ | October 06, 2011 at 08:52 AM

I do NOT parrot no one! Just point out the racist hyopcrisy that the irregulars preach. The love of groups such as the CofCC. Who was the succesor to the White Citizen's Council of the 1960s. After the Schwerner, Goodman and Chaney case. They had to remove the "white" and replace it with "Conservative". The CofCC has had links to the Nazis Stromfront group.
Nothing worse than a racist who proclaims it'a always others who engage in such acts.

That ice cream man murder months ag would NEVER have been mentioned on the memo if it wasn't black against white. And, the irregulars KNOW IT!

Jay

And, in the 1990s, The RNC chairman told it's members to stay away from the Council of Conservative Citizens for it being a hate group.

Funny how DJ called me feeble minded. All I've done is point out the hypocrisy of the irregulars!
Typical can't attack the subject so attack the person.

Steve Morgan

My guess is that Herman Cain is the (un)intended beneficiary of this decision by Sarah Palin not to run...
the effect of which has made an impact among the racist fringe. Here is the openly racist Vdare attacking Cain, not on his policies or qualifications, but because he is Black:

"The GOP has experienced the Michael Steele fiasco, and even worse, the Colin Powell betrayal. To say nothing of Obama’s reversion to divisive racially driven ethnic electioneering – no surprise: read Steve Sailer’s book."

http://www.vdare.com/posts/limbaugh-trashes-cain

Welcome to the ugly racist fringe!


A Cain nomination will further marginalize these cockroaches. Go Cain!


DJ

"The GOP has experienced the Michael Steele fiasco, and even worse, the Colin Powell betrayal. To say nothing of Obama’s reversion to divisive racially driven ethnic electioneering – no surprise: read Steve Sailer’s book."

http://www.vdare.com/posts/limbaugh-trashes-cain

Welcome to the ugly racist fringe!


A Cain nomination will further marginalize these cockroaches. Go Cain!


Posted by: Steve Morgan | October 06, 2011 at 01:58 PM

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There you go again! The VDare comment was centered around Rush Limbaugh's appropriateness of criticising Cain for using the Ni**rhead non-story to UNFAIRLY smear Rick Perry as a racist. Cain has since backpedaled knowing he made a mistake. Moreover, to Cain's credit, he realises playing the race card in an irresponsible manner, for the purpose of gaining advantage over his fellow GOP opponent, is highly offensive to honest people. I SAID HONEST PEOPLE, Steve. Not like you.

LongRifle

Sarah Palin put her family first...
So did Obama. They be eatin' lobster and crab, dancing and partying with OUR money.

Jay want a cracker?

LongRifle

I suspect Palin and Christie were smart enough to realize that Obama is going to win in 2012. He has been the greatest gift to Wall Street and investment brokers since the printed dollar. While he pretends to want them to "pay their fair share", they know it's a smokescreen for his real agenda: Tax the upper middle class ($250k/year) until they are destroyed. This is what his Plutocratic masters (Immelt, Soros, et al) want, and he is giving it to them.

CAIN 2012

Steve Morgan

suspect Palin and Christie were smart enough to realize that Obama is going to win in 2012.
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If you look at the money coming from Wall St into the Obama campaign I'd say the odds are about 94 to 6 that you are correct and the country faces four more years.

So in terms of the democratic process the Primaries ARE the whole enchilada.
I am certain that among liberals and Progressives that Obama has disappointed them as well, albeit for different reasons, yet the Dems are not fielding an alternative to Wall St.

So the field of candidates with sympathy for ordinary people is dwindled. You must take a stand: Wall st or Main st.

thebuckstopshere

a lot of Main St residents' pensions are invested in Wall St.................

TAKE A STAND: PUBLIC SECTOR OR PRIVATE SECTOR

Truther

As we eulogize Steve Jobs, recall it was Al Gore that sold him on outsourcing to the Far East. As people blame banks, it is Obama blaming the Republicans for starting all the trouble, while Clinton and Gore carry out an international plan, along with Cheney and Bush doing the same. Both groups are harassing our candidates for high office and Congressional members. Both sides praise Jobs, because he was a globalist. We have a ways to go to fix things in the USA. With the downturn in the global economy, and people unable to believe in global warming, Jobs suggested pulling out. No one liked the idea.

Pressure on the banks is being felt. Who knows, maybe the economy will improve by Christmas, and then everyone on Liberty Mall, can enjoy the holiday.

I never knew there were so many people from NYC living in my community. Energetic, bright, and a Dutch sense of fortitude.

Truther

Michael Moore has been on Liberty Mall, but so has Sarah Palin supporters.

Jay

Sarah Palin put her family first...
So did Obama. They be eatin' lobster and crab, dancing and partying with OUR money.

Jay want a cracker?

Posted by: LongRifle | October 06, 2011 at 02:49 PM

No, and besides. bet you ate them all anyway.
Sarah is a quiter. PERIOD! The people of Alaska voted her in as governor. And, she showed her thanks by being a quiter. I for one don't want a quiter to be my president, vice president, whatever!

mjfell

The Steve Jobs Lesson

The story of Steve Jobs is more than one of tremendous success and tangible contributions to the betterment of mankind. It’s also an important lesson on how America was designed to work.

In the wake of Steve Jobs’ passing it’s important to remember that when companies like Apple and Microsoft were in their infancy, Ronald Reagan kept government out of the American computer business, while other countries’ governments felt compelled to meddle in theirs. Which country’s computer businesses came out on top? Anyone who uses Apple computers, Ipods, Ipads, PCs or Windows knows the answer to that question.

Today, the current White House occupant insists that government should meddle in business. What have we seen happen? Corruptive misuse of taxpayers’ money in favor of those who support his political agenda.

Subsequent to the takeover of banks, the automobile industry, student loans, energy, healthcare…even the making of guitars, we’ve seen unemployment go up, consumer spending drop, and a return of Jimmy Carter’s national malaise.

The lesson of the Steve Jobs story should not be lost on America. Although “progressives” remain obsessed with the thought that the American government should “lead from behind” and mimic European nations and Communist China by funding “green energy”, history shows that privately funded American entrepreneurs can outcompete and outperform government supported businesses in other countries.

To cure the deficit, debt and unemployment ills currently afflicting the United States, America’s government should follow America’s original design. Government should get out of the way and let Americans go about their business. The American way is not what’s wrong with America. Government interference in the American way is.

http://mjfellright.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/the-steve-jobs-lesson/

Jay

Think it was Liberator that mentioned a tie between Monica and Nizon. So, looked it up and found this:


HOME / Chatterbox : Gossip, speculation, and scuttlebutt about politics.

Nixon's Monica Stonewalls, Part II


Posted Monday, Aug. 30, 1999, at 4:38 PM ET

Monica Crowley, the Fox News political analyst and author of two books about her former boss, Richard Nixon, is annoyed with Chatterbox for characterizing her stance toward her plagiarism controversy (see "Nixon's Monica Stonewalls About Plagiarism!") as "stonewalling." She told Chatterbox (who finally reached her today by phone): "I did not stonewall you or the issue." She hadn't returned Chatterbox's earlier queries because she was on vacation, she said; and she'd already explained herself to Felicity Barringer of the New York Times.

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But careful readers of Chatterbox's earlier item--about the striking similarities between a recent Op-Ed piece Crowley wrote for the Wall Street Journal and an essay written 11 years earlier by Paul Johnson for Commentary--will note that Chatterbox had already allowed for the possibility that Crowley was on vacation. They will also note that Crowley's comment as quoted in the Times--that "I have not read" Johnson's piece--seemed, under the circumstances, to be less than truthful. It was mainly in reference to this Times quote that Chatterbox was accusing Crowley of "stonewalling." And guess what? Crowley--who confirmed to Chatterbox that she's currently writing a Liddy Dole profile for Talk magazine--is still stonewalling!


To review: No fewer than five passages in Crowley's Op-Ed, a tribute to Nixon pegged to the 25th anniversary of his resignation, were worded in ways that were identical or nearly identical to passages in the Johnson article. (Scroll down to the bottom of Chatterbox's earlier item to assess the extremely damaging evidence.) It isn't possible that Crowley never read Johnson's piece. When the Journal got wind of the similarities, it published an editor's note saying it wouldn't have published Crowley's piece had it been aware of the "striking similarities in phraseology."


Crowley now says she does not remember making the absolute statement ("I have not read") that the Times attributed to her. Her mantra to Chatterbox was, "I do not remember reading the [Johnson] piece." Cleverly pretending the accusation against her was that she stole Johnson's ideas about Nixon, she said that "the concepts in question are shared by those with a knowledgeable background of [Nixon's] life and career." Well, sure, it can well be imagined that two people would independently arrive at the (erroneous) idea that Nixon got screwed. What can't be imagined is that two people would independently arrive at the same words to express this idea.


"I understand that there are clear similarities in some of the language use, but I arrived at my conclusions independently and I expressed them that way," Crowley told Chatterbox. "Nor would I ever submit material from a source for publication without attribution, without citing it properly."


But surely, Chatterbox sputtered, you must have read Johnson's article. Are you saying you didn't read Johnson's article?


"I don't remember ever reading the piece," Crowley answered.


But that's not possible! Chatterbox said. Lengthy passages are repeated verbatim, or almost verbatim!


"I acknowledge to you there are similarities in the phraseology," Crowley said.


Oh, come on, Chatterbox said. Why not come clean and at least admit that you must have plagiarized inadvertently?


http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/chatterbox/1999/08/nixons_monica_stonewalls_part_ii.html

Jay

To cure the deficit, debt and unemployment ills currently afflicting the United States, America’s government should follow America’s original design. Government should get out of the way and let Americans go about their business. The American way is not what’s wrong with America. Government interference in the American way is.

http://mjfellright.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/the-steve-jobs-lesson/


Posted by: mjfell | October 06, 2011 at 07:02 PM

Then, Reagan and bush increased big government more than Carter, Clinton or Obama.

Look up, "Reagan's liberal Legacy" And, ,"The conservative case against Bush"

Jay

In the wake of Steve Jobs’ passing it’s important to remember that when companies like Apple and Microsoft were in their infancy, Ronald Reagan kept government out of the American computer business, while other countries’ governments felt compelled to meddle in theirs. Which country’s computer businesses came out on top? Anyone who uses Apple computers, Ipods, Ipads, PCs or Windows knows the answer to that question.---MJFELL

The question is, Our computer business being on top. Is, that because of the governmet staying out of their business. Or, they would still be on top anyway. Because our computer designers like Jobs are better than the competition over seas?

xbjllb

There's some hope for Sarah Palin yet. No, not political. Spiritual.

If she takes the final step as Christ would: completely walking away from her rabble-rousing power and its nefarious source.

xbjllb

Steve Jobs handed backend entry to Apple OS and iOS to the CIA years ago in return for non-prosecution of monopoly practices. It's no great secret among hackers.

Ending up your typically American corporate fascist, albeit Arab-born. Which is why all the worship and accolades.

Did he remake toys like the transistor radio and walkie-talkies for adults?

Yep. Did he destroy home computers in the process? Almost.

However, any relief from the Michael Jackson trial is welcome.

Jay

Furthermore, X-Lax's constant use of foul language.--DJ

Can think of someone who has a constant use of foul language. And, it isn't XJLLB!

Jay

Seems that the Bush administration had their own Fast and Furious program:

http://tpmmuckraker.talkingpointsmemo.com/2011/10/wide_receiver_the_bush_administration_had_its_very_own_atf_gun_walking_scandal.php

Wide Receiver': The Bush Administration Had Its Very Own ATF 'Gun Walking' Scandal

Ryan J. Reilly | October 4, 2011, 3:50PM


Updated: Oct. 4, 6:45PM

Know how Republicans have been blaming the Obama administration for a local ATF office's decision to let thousands of guns "walk" into Mexico? Turns out the Bush administration had a "gun walking" program of their very own.

Republicans on Tuesday called for a special prosecutor to look into whether Attorney General Eric Holder perjured himself during testimony before the House Judiciary Committee on ATF's Fast and Furious scandal.

Holder had testified on May 3 that he was "not sure of the exact date, but I probably heard about Fast and Furious for the first time over the last few weeks."

Documents have now emerged showing that the "Fast and Furious" program came up in the course of a couple of Holder's extensive weekly reports on ongoing developments in the Justice Department and its components in July 2010 and again in October 2010.

xbjllb

When I do use so-called "foul" language, most unfortunately for ALL concerned, about 90% of it is merely being accurate.

Liberator

Palin apologizes to supporters, but most never wanted her to run
By Rachel Rose Hartman | The Ticket – 15 hrs ago

Sarah Palin went on Fox News Wednesday night to explain her decision not to run for president in 2012 and apologize publicly to her supporters.

"I apologize to those whom are disappointed in this decision," Palin, a Fox contributor, said on "On the Record with Greta Van Susteren." "I've been hearing from them in the last couple of hours. But I believe that they, when they take a step back, will understand why the decision was made and understand that, really, you don't need a title to make a difference in this country. I think that I'm proof of that."

But to judge by recent polling, Palin may have been apologizing to a comparatively empty house. The former Alaska governor, who has been the subject of fervid speculation over her presidential ambitions for months, saw a majority of would-be GOP supporters reject the idea of a Palin bid for the presidency in recent opinion surveys.

Numerous polls showed Palin holding her own in national surveys, with wide name recognition across the political and media world. But most potential supporters didn't actually want her to run in 2012. Seventy-two percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents surveyed by McClatchy-Marist last month said they wouldn't welcome a Palin presidential run. Just 24 percent said they would. Numerous additional polls showed similar results, meaning Palin's decision Wednesday was just what many conservatives wanted--an engaged Palin, but not a candidate Palin.

xbjllb

"I can't wait to see what her next chapter holds." - Monica Crowley


Let me be the spoiler for you here... retirement, divorce, a string of messy tabloid "romances" with white (always white) losers like sports figures and racecar drivers on the downhill slide, the occasional cocaine binge, and blessed (for the country) WEHT oblivion.

Like most porn stars. For, in the end, Sarah Palin was never anything but political softcore porn for American fascists. The tease but never the delivery.

There is an option, however; a quiet retirement and for the first time being a real Mom and grandmom, but it's doubtful her ego (nor her financial habits) could ever stand that. One can hope.

Truther

Monica takes a powder on the Helen Keller thing. She has been very original ever since. You know, borrowing from foreign writers is common pastime in some circles, sometimes from translation. One scientist from France claimed the English has plagiaried him for twenty years. For some reason hardly anyone knew that probably because they never read french articles.

A one time offender deserves a slap on the wrist. But there are frequent offenders out there, cutting and pasting from other people's work often, if not all the time. Someone ought to go after them.

Truther

I am not sure, but I have heard that the English author in question, frequently ripped off Lord Tennyson.

Perhaps misguidedly, but innocently, Monica was attempting to teach him a lesson.

xbjllb

"But her love of this Constitutional republic knows no bounds." - Monica Crowley


Oh, please.

Do not mistake a love of the almighty Dollar with patriotism of any kind.

Palin (and you too) would be Czarina of all the Russias in an instant if they threw you enough coin.

xbjllb

SOME of us, on the other hand, have NO price, which is why the elite won't even bother to try and find one.

Steve Morgan

For many of us who mistrust the motives of the various american media outlets, including Fox, there is a sense of sensory alienation. Can there indeed be a consensus among ordinary working conservatives around a non-traditional outsider to whom we respect but are being repeatedly told by those with vested interests in the media- "He doesn't have a chance." ?

I decided to take a peek at what news sources outside our country are saying about the Republican campaign thinking that they may be more un-biased because there is no proverbial axe to grind.

I was pleasantly surprised by this piece in Macleans, which is the Time magazine of Canada:

http://www2.macleans.ca/2011/10/07/this-cain-is-able/

Cain’s new-found support is coming mostly from conservative voters as they abandon Perry. Just a month ago, Perry led the pack among voters who “strongly” back the Tea Party. But the new poll suggests his support has imploded, from 45 per cent to 10 per cent among that faction. The shift has been to Cain, who, among these voters, jumped from five per cent to 30 per cent in a mere month, as the Texas governor showed himself to be a weak debater and not quite the rock-ribbed conservative some voters believed him to be.

Meanwhile, it seems the more voters see of Cain, the more they say they like him."

BUT A NOTE OF WARNING ABOUT THE ESTABLISHMENT (Wall St)


"Cain may be the latest favourite of the Anyone-But-Romney movement, but the front-runner can take heart. In the fall of 2007, Rudy Giuliani and actor Fred Thompson were polling far ahead of a certain Arizona senator who was under fire from conservatives. In the end, the party still nominated John McCain."

xbjllb

Cain has no more chance of being President than my stool.

And the more he talks, the more he elevates my stool.

Romney? Must be a nice guy, because all the Nazi monsters hate him. I like him, but I'm not voting for him unless Obama picks any other running mate than Hillary.

And even if I don't vote for O, he'll still win. CIA rules.

xbjllb

No wonder the GOP is insane. They know they're kaput for the next twelve years at least.

Hometown Uptown

Protests on Liberty Square in NYC : Now known as the "Baby Diaper movement". These are the artifacts of unemployed financial analysts, Columbia graduates, and students, who continue to see a deadend economy ahead of them. The media, meanwhile, are telling us that "anyone with a degree has a job", implying the protesters are just a bunch of dummies. Meanwhile, people here are buying bridges from China, and shipping them over here.

This can only get bigger. Eventually, after some pain possibly, they will prevail.

Jay

The media, meanwhile, are telling us that "anyone with a degree has a job", implying the protesters are just a bunch of dummies."

Conservatives will say that those who don't have a job.Doesn't want one.

xbjllb

I just saw on Maddow that Romney is asininely hiring all of DUBYAHS!?!?!?!?!?? PFNAC "advisors"... you know, the assholes that got America suckered into this endless longest moneyminting (for them) useless (for everyone else) Mideast war?

Yep... THAT Project for a New American Century Neocon bastard nightmare. Romney is scraping the bottom of the barrel. With his tongue.

So I unfortunately MUST report that Romney, nice guy as he is, is far more stupid than Dubyah.

Won't be voting for him under ANY conditions now. Pity.

xbjllb

Hmmm.... patsies fight back with everything they have. HARD.

And probably with significant help.

If you're interested to see what history is going to look like in a decade, I dare you to watch this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3jnFtSElH4

gringoman



The vicious liberal racists and their disgusting race baiters must hope there's nothing awaiting them like the torments in Dante's Inferno. Bungholed by porcupines throughout eternity? Meanwhile, here's another little expose of how these filthy ones operate, not for viewing on Obama's socialist/fascist crony capitalist MSNaziBC

"I actually went to a meeting in Alabama, where these white lawyers from Texas had hired... black people to go into all these black churches and they literally told black people: 'Oh, you didn't have to farm. It doesn't matter if your grandfather never farmed. If you ever thought about farming, you're eligible for this lawsuit.'

http://www.breitbart.tv/fox-news-stossell-more-widespread-pigford-fraud-exposed/

gringoman

The vicious liberal racists and their disgusting race baiters must hope there's nothing awaiting them like the torments in Dante's Inferno. Bungholed by porcupines throughout eternity? Meanwhile, here's another little expose of how these filthy ones operate, not for viewing on Obama's socialist/fascist crony capitalist MSNaziBC

"I actually went to a meeting in Alabama, where these white lawyers from Texas had hired... black people to go into all these black churches and they literally told black people: 'Oh, you didn't have to farm. It doesn't matter if your grandfather never farmed. If you ever thought about farming, you're eligible for this lawsuit.'

http://www.breitbart.tv/fox-news-stossell-more-widespread-pigford-fraud-exposed/

Posted by: gringoman | October 08, 2011 at 11:20 AM

J BOOBUS PROGTROLL Scummela X. why these conservatives calling us the dirtbag racists? How you a dirtbag, Scummy, in your fine Jesus robe? We gonna get porcupined up the bunghole? Help me out, Scumbro! Why can't we pogwessives get no respect?

DJ

"I actually went to a meeting in Alabama, where these white lawyers from Texas had hired... black people to go into all these black churches and they literally told black people: 'Oh, you didn't have to farm. It doesn't matter if your grandfather never farmed. If you ever thought about farming, you're eligible for this lawsuit.'

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Gringoman, that's so typical and common these days. The fact is blacks make lousy farmers yet unscupulious white attorneys know noone with challenge what they're doing lest they be labled racist. Truly pathetic.

The overarching theme in all this is whites are the problem mainly due to whites being separated from reality when it comes to racial issues. The brainwashing has been wildly successful. The white-guilt meme has by far become the strongest animating feature in Western Culture ... and it's destroying us.

The following is in response/reaction to the latest [ http://www.amnation.com/vfr/archives/020651.html ] and ongoing mass murder episodes committed by blacks against whites at the workplace and elsewhere.

Please read carefully:

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Why the truth about black dysfunction is so important

"The below was originally written as a comment in the July 6, 2011 entry, "Ominous parallels busting out all over," and subsequently posted in its own entry. I have just revised it for style and clarity, and updated it. It is a key statement of VFR's purpose.
Why do I focus so relentlessly on these endlessly repeated stories of the massive cover-up, followed by the massive exposure, of black criminality and black failure--which is, we should point out, failure by white standards? Beyond its immediate interest and obvious importance, the truthful communication about black dysfunction and violence also serves the larger purpose of this website, which is nothing less than to save the American nation.

In my view, the greatest single factor driving whites to national suicide is their false guilt over black inferiority. Because whites believe--as modern liberalism has taught them to believe--that all groups have equal inherent abilities, they also believe that the actual inferiority of blacks in almost every area of accomplishment and behavior must be caused by something bad that the whites are invidiously doing to blacks, or by something good that whites are selfishly refusing to do for blacks. However expressed, it all comes down to the idea that black failure is caused by white racism--the transcendent sin of the modern world. And because black inferiority continues, and is even getting worse, the conclusion is that white racism is continuing, and is even getting worse.

The final result of this woefully mistaken thought process is the paralyzing racial guilt which makes whites feel that they have no right to defend and preserve their civilization, no right to defend and preserve themselves, but that they must instead self-sacrificially open themselves to and empower, not only blacks, but all nonwhites. This self-sacrifice takes numerous forms, including denial of the truth of black anti-white violence, denial of the tyrannical and murderous reality of Islam, and unquestioning acceptance of the mass Third-World immigration that is steadily turning America into a non-European country in which whites and their civilization will be steadily weakened, dispossessed, and destroyed. Therefore, as I began saying in the mid 1990s, if whites could see the truth that blacks' lesser intelligence and other lesser civilizational abilities are not whites' fault but are inherent in blacks themselves, it could literally save the country, by freeing whites from their suicidal guilt."

Note: The comments that follow that piece are equally enlightening. See here:

http://www.amnation.com/vfr/archives/019843.html


DJ

Why the shooting in Cupertino: Allman was an unsafe, reckless driver, other workers complained about him, he blamed "discrimination," and struck back

LA wrote: "A story posted by Silicon Valley Mercury News.com at 5 a.m. today gives the most detailed account yet of the rampage at the Lehigh Hanson Permanente Cement Plant yesterday, and of the motives that drove Shareef Allman to kill his fellow workers. The story is based on an interview with Mike Ambrosio, a union leader and truck driver who has worked for 16 years at the plant. Ambrosio was shot in the arm by Allman but played dead and survived the attack."

{snip}

LA wrote: "The unadorned truth is that blacks, because they are on average much less competent and much more violent than people of other races, pose a disproportionate threat to society. I am not saying that all blacks or most blacks are violent. I am saying that the incidence of violence among blacks is much higher than among other racial groups. And because this is a matter of life and death, society should be honest with itself about this fact instead of covering it up and blaming whites for blacks' failures and inadequacies."


- end of initial entry -

S. writes:


"This is an important phenomenon, and one which I have only recently begun to pay attention to, thanks in part to your candid honesty. I teach an introductory course at a university, and I see this phenomenon frequently. Every year I have black students who are consistently disruptive and disrespectful. But they do not usually start out that way, rather, their hostility and aggression build over time. Now I think I have an explanation for this.
Typically, they seem as if they simply don't belong in college. They cannot read well, they probably have IQs well under 90, and they perform abysmally relative to their peers. But they have been told by egalitarian liberals that they do belong in college, that they can perform, and that it is not their fault they perform abysmally. So of course they become angry and embittered, and they come to disrespect both the class and the material. They probably come to think that abstract reasoning and verbal sophistication are nothing but white "tricks" which we use to promote each other and keep them from getting ahead.

Their anger is, in a way, justified. The liberals have told them to do what they cannot, and told them that it not their fault if they cannot. It is like asking someone with an IQ of 80 to do calculus, and when hecannot, ensuring him that it is not his fault. What will he do? He will eventually conclude that he is being duped and cheated, and that calculus is just a meaningless series of symbols designed by those in authority to "trick" him. His anger and hostility grows; he has been put into an impossible situation, like someone trapped in a Kafka short story.

All of this underscores just what a monstrous, inhuman ideology liberalism is."


source:


http://www.amnation.com/vfr/archives/020662.html

Jay

Went to a political blog to talk politics with people from all sides. Intead, fine one where the number one theme is all about color! As Arte Johnson use to say,"VERRRRRY INNNTERRRESTING!"

None of the racists irregulars even commented on the fact that we MADE this a multi-race country when we first came here, and were greated by the Indians!

DJ

Diversity Is Strength! It's Also…No Walking While White in Tulsa, OK
By Nicholas Stix on October 7, 2011

Carissa Horton & Ethan Nichols: Young, White, Christian Couple Visits Public Park in Tulsa, OK, Gets Slaughtered

read more>>


http://www.vdare.com/articles/two-white-youths-killed-walking-while-white-in-tulsa-oklahoma

Jay

Since the problem to the irregulars seem to be too many non-whites and not enough whites. Should we adopt the policy of only whites can have children?

Jay

All of this underscores just what a monstrous, inhuman ideology liberalism is."


source:


http://www.amnation.com/vfr/archives/020662.html

Posted by: DJ | October 08, 2011 at 12:52 PM


And, so conservative is to be a proud racist? To show your white hood proudly. Funny how the republicans during the prohibition were generally for it and were corrupt politicians. While the liberals wanted to repeal the Volstead act. Also, the Klan took the side of the republicans.

Jay

Diversity Is Strength! It's Also…No Walking While White in Tulsa, OK
By Nicholas Stix on October 7, 2011

Carissa Horton & Ethan Nichols: Young, White, Christian Couple Visits Public Park in Tulsa, OK, Gets Slaughtered

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Posted by: DJ | October 08, 2011 at 01:00 PM

Blacks kill whites, blacks, hispanics, asians, Whites kill whites , blacks, hispanics, asians
Asians kill whites, blacks, hispanics, asians.

Other words, PEOPLE KILL PEOPLE.

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