Friday, December 9, 2011

When Chav Mums Go Viral

Taki's Magazine

Verbatim Post

by Colin Liddell

The most surprising news story in recent weeks was that of Emma West, a young lady of the type sneeringly referred to as “chav” (white working class, not fully trained in multicultural etiquette) who fearlessly shouted her opinions to a tram-loaded slice of multicultural London.

The incident itself was not so remarkable. But the fact that this clip, filmed and YouTubed by a non-chav (a blonde who uses a black avatar on her Twitter account) went on to score millions of hits was remarkable indeed.

Equally noteworthy was the heavy-handed way the authorities dealt with the case: West was imprisoned and her children taken into care.

A few days later a gang of female Somali racists who were filmed stamping on a white girl’s head while shouting “Kill the white slag” were released with a tut-tut and a judge’s apology for allowing alcohol to exist in the UK’s remaining non-Sharia zones.

“Women start revolutions because they are more emotionally driven than males.”

Emma West gave us a fleeting glimpse of women’s revolutionary power, a force that should never be underestimated and something of which Britain’s multicultural dictatorship seems cognizant. It was stupid of them to allow the Somali head-stomping racists off so lightly in the wake of the West case, but that gang attack was not revolutionary in nature and comprised no danger to the establishment. But Ms. West’s verbal tirade, despite its grammatical failings, was both revolutionary and dangerous.

Raw female passion has always provided the necessary impetus in past revolutions. The Women’s March on Versailles in 1789 ushered in the French Revolution’s truly revolutionary—as opposed to reformist—period.

Feminist accounts of the Russian Revolution tend to focus on the few educated women who made tea for the creeps who later presided over the genocide of tens of millions of Russians. But in the actual overthrow of Tsarist power it was the common women in the street fearlessly facing up to the Tsarist troops’ bayonets who tipped the balance.

Women start revolutions because they are more emotionally driven than males. And as the weaker sex, they learn to verbally bully men into submission because most of them are in relationships (i.e., prolonged arguments punctuated by bouts of shagging) with creatures that could easily snap their necks like chickens.

Men are wonderfully rational. They can find 1,001 reasons why the status quo stinks, but their rationality perpetually positions them on the wrong side of action.

Riding along in Emma West’s tram was probably at least one white man who felt similarly irritated and may have even suffered the same sort of provocation that perhaps sent Ms. West on her tirade. But at the last moment, reason’s placating tones kicked in: “I’ll get off in a couple of stops” or “There’s at least six of them—they’ll kill me” or, more pathetically, “I bloody well will say something in the Daily Mail comment box next time.” Heck, the dude might even have made up his mind to send money to the now-ineffective BNP to help pay off Nick Griffin’s legal debts.

No, to get things rolling you need the volatile chicks. The women can’t do it on their own, but once they flare up, men have a chance of losing that little bit of reason that prevents them from acting.

Female rage spearheaded Britain’s first and proportionally bloodiest revolution in 61 AD. Faced by the militarily hyper-efficient Roman legions, British men made the common-sense decision to let the Romans get on with their road-building, taxation, and emperor worship. The male Britons preferred to live the quiet life, watching whatever their version of Sky Sports was. Prasutagus, leader of the Iceni, even made the eminently sensible decision to curry favor with the new overlords by leaving them a half share in his kingdom when he died.

Even when the Romans confiscated the whole lot, the British men simply combed their long beards and polished their belt buckles. Pissed-off but still eminently rational, they stared off into the distance, perhaps to a remote future when anger could be harmlessly expressed on the Internet.

Things only got rolling when Prasutagus’s widow, the fearless and possibly menopausal Boadicea, gave the Roman oppressors an earload of the ancient British equivalent of “D’y’know what? Sort out your own countries. Don’t come and do mine. Britain is nothing now. Britain is fuck all. My Britain is fuck all now. Britain is fuck all. My Britain is fuck all!”

As they did with Emma West, those in power responded fiercely. They flogged Boadicea and raped her daughters, but this outrage suspended male rationality long enough for the revolution to commence.

Final update on NG Stand-Down?

I'm sure you know that they still haven't confirmed the NG troop stand down. So, who knows. The closest location I could get out of all the scuttlebutt was Indiana, but all of the story is suspect now. The good thing was that the word spread like wild fire which is necessary in times like these. I think everyone knows we are on the precipice of the current (p)residents real "change" that he has in mind. Anyway, I hope we get confirmation one way or the other about it and until then your POC in Havelock is standing by like everyone else.


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WND's Molotov Mitchell: Ron Paul 101

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Benjamin Netanyahu Prime Minister of Israel agrees with Ron Paul

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Week in Blogs: Marines Under Fire. Plus, Obama's Lefty Pal Gets Stimulus Funds:)

A Cure for Cancer?

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“The story of how a radio engineer discovered a remarkable new treatment that kills all forms of cancer cells.”

Trump Rails Against Food Stamp Crime Wave

“When half of food stamp recipients have been on the dole for nearly a decade, something is clearly wrong – and some of it has to do with fraud.” So says Donald Trump, in his brand new book, Time to Get Tough, just released this week.

“The really infuriating thing,” says Trump, “is that the Obama administration doesn’t seem to care about how taxpayers are being shaken down by this outrageously mismanaged government program. It seems he believes the more voters he gives welfare goodies to, the more votes he’ll rack up for reelection. Perhaps that’s why his administration doesn’t give a rip about policing fraud or administering responsible oversight—he’s buying votes.”

GOA Action Alert

The government’s “gun walking” scandal heated up a Capitol Hill hearing this week.

Attorney General Eric Holder appeared before the House Judiciary Committee for an oversight hearing on the Department of Justice, but Operation Fast and Furious dominated the discussion.

Holder, as he has already done numerous times in testimony before Congress, coninued his practice of stonewalling and deflecting blame for the failed scheme that led to thousands of firearms “walking” across the border into Mexico and into the hands of violent drug cartels.

Committee members grilled Holder on misleading Congress, not dealing appropriately with the individuals who called the shots on Fast and Furious and, even worse, for using the guns that the government allowed to “walk” to Mexico as an excuse for greater gun control in the U.S.

Fast and Furious Leading to More Gun Control

From his opening statement, Rep. Daryl Issa (R-CA), a chief congressional investigator looking into Fast and Furious, made clear that gun control, not crime control, is really the main objective of the Obama administration.

Rep. Issa pointed to recent ATF regulations to register many long-gun purchasers in southwest border states:

The idea that regulations, without any approval of Congress, to create databases in the southwestern states…clearly shows that, in fact, this administration is more interested in building databases, more interested in talking about gun control than actually controlling [the Fast and Furious guns].

Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ), a strong ally of gun owners, further pressed the point, assuring Holder that:

If the American people learned that the motivations for [Fast and Furious] was somehow to make a case to deprive them of their Second Amendment rights or to make a case to further the Department’s ability to further regulate gun rights within the United States, that would make them very angry.

Rep. Franks went on to read from an email between Mark Chait, ATF Field Operations Assistant Director, and Bill Newell, ATF’s Phoenix Special Agent in Charge of Fast and Furious. Chait wrote:

Bill - can you see if these guns were all purchased from the same [licensed gun dealer] and at one time. We are looking at anecdotal cases to support a demand letter on long gun multiple sales. Thanks.

The demand letter Chait was referring to is a regulation (which is in violation of federal laws protecting gun owners’ privacy) requiring more than 8,500 firearms dealers in four states to report multiple sales of long guns to the ATF.

In other words, the Justice Department helped to create a huge mess, and is now seeking more authority to regulate firearms to clean it up. At the same time, the Department has taken no action to hold anyone accountable within the government.

No Accountability at ATF

Rep. Ted Poe (R-TX) questioned the Attorney General about holding specific people responsible for the government’s actions.

“Who is the person in the United States government that made the decision…to facilitate the guns going to Mexico,” Rep. Poe asked Holder, who claimed not to know.

After the hearing, Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren brought up that question to committee member Steve King (R-IA).

“Whoever was so stupid to authorize this operation…is still sitting there with the Justice Department because no one will tell us who the one is with such flawed judgment,” Van Susteren said.

King replied that, “If Eric Holder will not identify that person or answer that question, you have to wonder if Eric Holder isn’t the person.”

Holder remains defiant, and has rebuffed calls to step down or to fire those involved.

GOA Petitions Congress to Get ATF off the Backs of Gun Owners

President Obama and his Attorney General are clearly going after American gun owners, and they will stop at nothing to achieve their goal of more gun control.

Eric Holder should be fired immediately for his mishandling of Fast and Furious, and then further investigated for possible criminal wrongdoing.

But there needs to be more done, which is why GOA is urging Congress to take firearms out of the ATF’s jurisdiction.

The Fast and Furious scandal is not an isolated incident, but just the latest in a long string of abuses by the agency. As far back as 1982, a Senate committee noted that ATF “has trampled upon the second amendment by chilling the exercise of the right to keep and bear arms by law-abiding citizens.”

But even in light of its many documented abuses, the agency has continued to grow in its budget, personnel, and mission.

This rogue, unconstitutional agency is dedicated to infringing on Americans’ fundamental right to keep and bear arms. And left unchecked, they will regulate it right out of existence.

If you haven’t already signed the petition, please do it today. Citing a long string of agency abuses, it asks the Congress to exercise its constitutional authority to get the ATF out of the firearms business. The petition goes directly to your Representative and two Senators.

The ATF has abused the rights of gun owners for far too long. If enough Americans make their voices heard, we can do away with this unconstitutional agency.

So please, click here to sign the petition today, and then help spread the word.

Nullification: The Rightful Remedy Trailer #2

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Rand Paul blocks Rubio's resolution

The resolution was pulled. But these people will be back. They are indefatigable when it comes to finding ways to commit the blood of U.S. soldiers to their client regimes and ideological bedfellows.

The Covert War Against Iran

Mike Scruggs

Ever since President Barrack Obama announced a sizable reduction in American forces in Iraq leading to ultimate withdrawal of all American and Allied forces there, Iran has been preparing to fill the coming vacuum of power. Iran has always had territorial ambitions concerning Iraq, since both countries are among the few that have a majority of Shia-Islam adherents. Most of the rest of the Muslim world (85 to 90 percent) adheres to Sunni-Islam.

The Iraqi armed forces were largely destroyed or dispersed by U.S. and Allied forces in 2003 and have been rebuilt to a modest 193,000 personnel on active duty. By contrast, the active duty strength of Iran’s armed forces is 543,000, plus another 120,000 in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corp (IRGC). Its IRGC-trained terrorist organization, Hezbollah (the Army of Allah), is the largest, best-equipped, best trained, and most effective terrorist organization in the world.

A January 15 article in the New York Times claimed that the United States and Israel had launched a Stuxnet computer virus to cripple Iran’s nuclear development program. On October 11, the U.S. Justice Department announced the arrest of two men in New York linked to an Iranian Special Forces plot to assassinate Adel al-Jubeir, the Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the United States on American soil. In early November, a United Nations sponsored International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report concluded that Iran was actively pursuing a nuclear weapons program.

On November 12, reports began to filter into Western news agencies that there had been a series of mysterious explosions at an Iranian ballistic missile base near Tehran. Initial reports indicated that every building in the complex had been destroyed and seventeen IRGC personnel had been killed, including a high-ranking IRGC commander. The IRGC is an elite and fervently Islamic Corp within the Iranian armed forces. The smoke from the explosions could be seen on high-altitude satellite photos. A few days later, the Iranian government said the blasts were accidental

The next day, Ahmad Rezai, the son of Mohsen Rezai, a former IRGC commander and presidential contender, was found dead in a Dubai hotel room. Some Iranian press reports reported the death as a suicide, but others claimed the death resulted from electric shocks.

On November 21, the U.S. and Britain announced expanded financial and energy sanctions against Iran. The British and Canadian governments totally severed the Central Bank of Iran from their financial institutions.

On November 28, international press reports indicated that more mysterious explosions had occurred in the Iranian city of Esfahan. This was confirmed by Israeli and American intelligence sources. These intelligence sources indicated that extensive damage had occurred in an area of military research and development facilities, some of which were associated with Iran’s nuclear development plans.

Later that day, Iran’s Guardian Council, the powerful group of Islamic clerics, who oversee legislation passed by the Iranian Parliament, expelled the British Ambassador and downgraded diplomatic relations with the United Kingdom. The next day, Iranian protestors stormed the British Embassy and residential compound in Tehran, while Iranian authorities and police stood by without interfering.

On December 4, a small bomb was detonated under a van parked by the British Embassy in Manama, Bahrain. The next day, Iran announced that it had recovered a U.S. RQ-170 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) in Iranian territory.

In addition to Iran’s tentacles into Iraq, Hezbollah forces are active in Syria and Lebanon. In Syria, they are allied with the Shia-Alawite Muslim minority (13 percent of the population) and Ba’ath Party regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in its internal struggle against dissidents. Sunni Muslims make up 74 percent of the population. Christians are a comparatively large minority in Syria, with 10 percent of the population. It was in Antioch, Syria, that followers of Jesus began to be called Christians.

Beginning in January 2011, this struggle has escalated from protest marches to violent conflict with over 4,000 dead. Most of the casualties have been associated with harsh crackdowns by the Syrian Army on centers of regional resistance to the Assad regime. Assad’s crackdown is not supported by most other predominantly Muslim nations in the Middle East, which also happen to be overwhelmingly Sunni Muslim. The Arab League has suspended Syria’s membership. Under Assad, Syria continues to be Iran’s most important ally.

Lebanon was once 60 percent Christian, but due to Muslim immigration into the country and a considerable exodus of the Christian population during the last 40 years of violence, Lebanon is now 60 percent Muslim. Most recent statistics indicate Shia and Sunni Muslims each have about 27 percent of the population. The rest are mainly Druze, a form of Islam considered heretical by Sunni and Shia Muslims. The recent history of Lebanon has been an often violent transition from Christian political dominance to Muslim parity with increasing Hezbollah power. In January of this year, the Parliamentary government of Lebanon, based on religious allocations of parliamentary seats—a system called Confessionalism—essentially collapsed. A Hezbollah-led coalition now controls Parliament, thus expanding the influence of Iran.

The Covert War Against Iran is a result of both Iran’s growing potential to be a nuclear bully in the Middle East and its ongoing expansion of power and influence through its Hezbollah terrorist arm. Connections within Shia-Islam have been an important factor in Iran’s expansionist strategy. There is no doubt that the U.S, UK, and Israel are escalating their covert war against Iran’s expansionist and potentially nuclear threat.

V-man Cleveland Ohio

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Trump: Obama did not kill Osama bin Laden

When CNN's Wolf Blitzer asked Donald Trump yesterday whether he had one positive thing to say about President Obama, Trump was at a loss for words.

"That's the only really tough question you've asked me." Trump said, appearing stumped by the question. Heh!:)


Impeach Holder If He Doesn't Come Clean on Arms-Trafficking 'Mess'

Republican lawmakers told Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday to fire some Justice Department subordinates over the flawed arms-trafficking investigation called Operation Fast and Furious.

At a House Judiciary Committee hearing, Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin said impeachment is an option if Holder does not "clean up this mess" quickly.

Sensenbrenner and other Republicans hold the attorney general responsible for the operation, in which federal agents failed to track illicitly purchased weapons that were later recovered in Mexico and the U.S., many of them at crime scenes.

"If you don't get to the bottom of this," there is only one alternative, and "it's called impeachment," said Sensenbrenner, without specifying whom he had in mind.

"Why haven't you terminated the people involved?" asked Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., who chairs the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee that is investigating the arms-tracking operation. Issa pressed Holder to appear before the congressman's committee, and the attorney general said he would consider the request.

Issa told Holder that the Justice Department has turned over 5,000 emails to the committee about Operation Fast and Furious, but "not one of these emails is yours."