Saturday, May 28, 2016

NWO Mouthpieces Call To Overthrow The Dying White Majority

Via comment by Quartermain on The Revolutionary Communist Party, USA Printed Fer
 Welcome to the BS Club hosted by The United Kingdom’s New World Order backed propaganda machine... The Guardian. Apparently, The Guardian didn’t have any problem rolling out the following baseless drivel to its readers/youtube viewers. Of course, Commenting on the U.S. Presidential election whilst ignoring the massive problems in your own country is a sketchy undertaking to begin with.

But when your publication is run by an elitist NWO lackey like Dame Liz Forgan, the Dame being her high masonic title allowing Forgan to rub elbows with royalty, media oligarchs and The Lord Rothschild, you do as expected.

Here is what the Telegraph had to say about Dame Liz in 2013 before she became the Chair of Scott Trust Limited, the British Company that owns the Guardian Media Group. The Telegraph writes "Why not spend £8,000 on a leaving do (A party held when leaving a job)? That’s what Dame Liz and her caste are entitled to. That’s what the little people are there to pay for. There could be no clearer demonstration of the contempt that Dame Liz, who exudes the haughty sense of self-worth and entitlement that typifies the arts establishment, has for the rest of us that she chose a drinks party funded by the taxpayer to attack the Government for cutting the arts budget. Contempt and a jaw-dropping lack of self-awareness."

So without further ado, here is The Guardian’s Steven Thrasher looking forward to the day when America’s “dying white majority” is overthrown and a political revolution led by people of color ends the “white supremacist” system currently represented by Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

Notice how Thrasher’s only evidence of Trump’s bigotry is anti-Trump protesters?Completely ignoring that Europe and now the United States are quietly being invaded by Sharia Law Zealots hell bent on throwing people of Thrasher’s persuasion off of rooftops.

Not to be outdone in the threat laced propaganda lecturing is Jonathan Freedland.

Freedland, your smug elitist arrogance and weak threats are just as bad as your flaccid declaration of anti-americanism. Your sycophantic jabbering makes me wonder when you are due back in The City Of London for your umpteenth micro chipping.

And here is Gary Younge to lecture us on our Democracy in Crisis. Claiming we are blaming the refugees soley for the soft invasion of Europe and the United States. An invasion engineered by the very globalists we at Infowars investigate on a daily basis.

Anytime Steven Thrasher, Jonathan Freedland, Gary Younge and Dame Forgan for that matter want to have a debate over their claims. Myself and a few other info warriors would be happy to educate you on the glaring reality staring you square in the face.

Today’s Cool Car Find: 1964 Max Wedge Plymouth Savoy


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Farm Truck Races Lamborghini

I've seen the truck somewhere before.

The Revolutionary Communist Party, USA Printed Ferguson Protest Signs

Via Horace "Sent to me by my friend of 20 years now, Bob Conley who retired from active Marine duty in 1969.  He served from Iran to Vietnam, among others.  He is my idea of a US Serviceman/Veteran, mentally and physically sharp at 84 years.  A prostate cancer survivor.  A Devil Dog if I ever knew one."

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The Olde South Ball

Olde South Ball

You are invited to...

An Old-Fashioned War Between the States Ball!


August 27, 2016

Spartanburg Marriott
299 North Church Street 
Spartanburg, SC 29306

Earlybird Registration: $65 Per Person
Earlybird Single Gentleman Discount: $50
Earlybird Deadline: May 31, 2016
Regular Registration: $69.00 Per Person
Regular Single Gentlemen Discount: $54 Per Gentleman
Deadline: August 19 or when all tickets are sold
Price Includes Both Supper & Dancing

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Friday, May 27, 2016

Slavery In The North

Via Dick 
African slavery is so much the outstanding feature of the South, in the unthinking view of it, that people often forget there had been slaves in all the old colonies. Slaves were auctioned openly in the Market House of Philadelphia; in the shadow of Congregational churches in Rhode Island; in Boston taverns and warehouses; and weekly, sometimes daily, in Merchant's Coffee House of New York. Such Northern heroes of the American Revolution as John Hancock and Benjamin Franklin bought, sold, and owned black people. William Henry Seward, Lincoln's anti-slavery Secretary of State during the Civil War, born in 1801, grew up in Orange County, New York, in a slave-owning family and amid neighbors who owned slaves if they could afford them. The family of Abraham Lincoln himself, when it lived in Pennsylvania in colonial times, owned slaves.[1] 

When the minutemen marched off to face the redcoats at Lexington in 1775, the wives, boys and old men they left behind in Framingham took up axes, clubs, and pitchforks and barred themselves in their homes because of a widespread, and widely credited, rumor that the local slaves planned to rise up and massacre the white inhabitants while the militia was away.[2] 

African bondage in the colonies north of the Mason-Dixon Line has left a legacy in the economics of modern America and in the racial attitudes of the U.S. working class. Yet comparatively little is written about the 200-year history of Northern slavery. Robert Steinfeld's deservedly praised "The Invention of Free Labor" (1991) states, "By 1804 slavery had been abolished throughout New England," ignoring the 1800 census, which shows 1,488 slaves in New England. Recent archaeological discoveries of slave quarters or cemeteries in Philadelphia and New York City sometimes are written up in newspaper headlines as though they were exhibits of evidence in a case not yet settled (cf. African Burial Ground Proves Northern Slavery, The City Sun, Feb. 24, 1993). 

I had written one book on Pennsylvania history and was starting a second before I learned that William Penn had been a slaveowner. The historian Joanne Pope Melish, who has written a perceptive book on race relations in ante-bellum New England, recalls how it was possible to read American history textbooks at the high school level and never know that there was such a thing as a slave north of the Mason-Dixon Line:

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A Fine Day for Honoring Heroes In Danville

Early morning, Saturday, May 21st brought heavy rain to Southside Virginia, that tapered off just prior to the 10:00 a.m. scheduled start time for flagging at the Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History on the grounds of the Sutherlin Mansion, the home that served as the Last Capitol of the Confederacy.

The sun was shining by 11:00 a.m., when 54 folks had gathered on the sidewalk in front of the museum.  So many, in fact, that we were able to spread out and cover both sides of Main Street!

‘Hatchet to liberty’: New senate bill expands FBI’s warrantless surveillance powers

Via sauced07

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The Senate Intelligence Committee has overwhelmingly voted for a new – as yet secret – bill that would allow security agencies to examine a wider range of private data without obtaining a search warrant from a court. One senator has expressed outrage. 
“This bill takes a hatchet to important protections for Americans’ liberty. This bill would mean more government surveillance of Americans, less due process and less independent oversight of US intelligence agencies,” wrote Oregon Democrat Ron Wyden on his personal website after being defeated in a 14 to 1 vote by the 2017 Intelligence Authorization Act committee this week. The legislation is now headed for a full Senate vote.

“Worse, neither the intelligence agencies, nor the bill’s sponsors have shown any evidence that these changes would do anything to make Americans more secure. I plan to work with colleagues in both chambers to reverse these dangerous provisions.”

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Memorial Day

Monday is Memorial Day holiday in the United States when the country honors its fallen soldiers and veterans. Oddly enough, this began in the South, in May 1865 when the ladies in Columbus (some say Georgia, some Mississippi) went to decorate Southern soldiers' graves. Since they were gracious Southern ladies, they honored both their own dead and Northern dead. They understood that death ends all hostilities.

In memory of those brave Southerners who fought a Second War for Independence, I will tell y'all the story of the Army of Tennessee's retreat from the Battle of Nashville. General Bedford Forrest was charged with covering the retreat, in bitter December. When he took command, he saw that his shoeless men had bleeding feet, cut by the ice on the puddles. Out of the chaos he commandeered wagons, and put these brave soldiers in them. When they came to a place where they had to stand and fight, they rolled out of the wagons and fought like furies on bleeding feet, then remounted the wagons and rode to the next stand.

If you come South and notice on every county's courthouse lawn a statue of a Confederate soldier, that's why. In their honor in Greensboro, Georgia stands this monument: "In honor of the brave who fell defending the right of local self-government."

Confederate General Clement Anselm Evans' Savage Revolving Navy Model Percussion Revolver & More

Serial no. 12883 (on the frame under the right grip). .36 caliber. 7 1/8-inch octagonal barrel with brass bead front sight. Barrel and loading lever marked with "H" proof. Top of barrel marked "SAVAGE R.F.A. CO. MIDDLETOWN. CT. / H.S. NORTH PATENTED JUNE 17. 1856 / JANUARY 18. 1859 MAY 15. 1860". Case-hardened hammer, lever, heart-shaped trigger guard and triggers. Two-piece walnut grips. The right grip has the carved initials "CAE".

Clement Anselm Evans (1833-1911) was a Confederate Infantry General who participated in many major engagements during the Civil War including Bull Run, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, Petersburg and Appomattox, surviving five wounds. The revolver is sold with a copy of Robert Grier Stephens biography of General Evans titled Intrepid Warrior: Clement Anselm Evans Confederate General from Georgia. Life, Letters, and Diaries of the War Years published by Morningside House, Dayton, Ohio, 1992.

Condition: Good. Metal with an overall gray patina mixed with scattered areas of dark spots. Powder pitting to the nipples on the cylinder and on the frame around the hammer. Hole in lower portion of each grip, presumably for a lanyard. Bore dark and dirty. Mechanically sound condition.

Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000.