Tuesday, September 22, 2015

White Genocide: Racist conspiracy theory or inconvenient truth?

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White Genocide may sound like a conspiracy theory that’s popular among tin-foil hatted gentlemen, but when you move past this knee-jerk reaction, there is actually an alarming amount of truth to it.

Most people will tell you that genocide is a group of people being murdered in some way, but that is just the popularized version. Contrary to the popular misconception, genocide does not have to be violent or involve mass murder – it could be a series of political policies to get rid of a group.

If there is a plan to target a group for destruction, that is genocide. In this article, you should see this “behind the scenes” plan come to light.

Susan Sontag, a film maker and professor, once remarked that “The white race is the cancer of human history.

Angry Muslims Taunt NJ School Officials: “We’re Going to Be the Majority Soon”

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At one point at least one person was escorted from the room.

Some members of the Jewish faith said they felt they were being discriminated against because they weren’t getting their own school days off for holidays like Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. So the school board decided to keep schools open for Eid al-Adha.

The Blaze reported:

More with video @ The Gateway Pundit

The migrant crisis is Greek revenge

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Steve Sailer points out that the Greeks warned Germany that they would manufacture a migrant crisis for the EU if they did not get debt relief back in March:

Yes, the Greeks are shoveling the Muslim mob through Greece as fast as possible because they are humanitarians. The Greeks are sending the Muslim masses north toward Germany as a gift to express how grateful Greece is for Germany’s kindness during last summer’s Euro crisis negotiations. The Greeks would love to hang onto all this prime human capital themselves, but they want Germany to benefit from the Merkel Youth as payback for Ms. Merkel’s kindness over the last seven years toward Greece.

It’s the least the Greeks could do for the Germans after all they’ve done for the Greeks.

As the old saying goes, “Never beware of Greeks bearing gifts.”

More @ Vox Popoli

From Under the Rubble: The Wearin’ of the Cross


In simpler times when our world was young, we used to sing, “It’s a Barnum and Bailey world/Just as phony as it can be.” Now we might just as well call it an Obama and Osama world: It’s still phony but a lot more dangerous than circus lions.

A Palestinian Muslim named–what else?–Muhammad kills five military men. The cry goes up: Why did this happen? What made him do it? His family– described by people who know them as a “typical American family”–say this is not the son they knew but the victim of depression, and ABC News makes headlines with revelations about his use of drugs.

Many people get depressed or take drugs, but most of them do not set out to murder uniformed members of the US armed forces. Muhammad was making a clear and ringing statement. This product of a typical American Muslim family hates the country that welcomed and sheltered them.

American Christians are evil. How does he know? The Koran tells him so.

"I have a black belt in Prayer and Meditation, the necessary Intent, and an expectation of Miracles."

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In one of the Godfather movies Santangeli tells Michael Corleone, his Godfather, "Let's take 'em out, Michael, while we've got the muscle."

If we lack muscle,maybe we should partner with the mob. They're still alive and muscular.

Admittedly all I can do is write and talk. My days of "leaping tall buildings" are long past. So, I fear, are America's.

The Internet has given us the power to observe our own destruction, but not much power to do anything about it. The first myth of leadership is that it exists.

My favorite author, James Lee Burke, wrote many books. One of my favorites was "In the Electric Mist With the Confederate Dead." The title always gives me a thrill. Oh, that we could bring back those men.

When I drank and attended functions which opened a free bar finally, I never hesitated to be first. My attitude is the same in punching the No Comments button. Every post of this greatest blog deserves comments and I thank God and Brock Townsend for the privilege. The fall PATCON is first in my daily session of meditation and prayer. I cannot attend but a man must do what he can. I have a black belt in Prayer and Meditation, the necessary Intent, and an expectation of Miracles.

Switzerland: Muslims turn school into hell for girls

Via Carl

"The children learn at home that the mother is worthless. The boys then treat girls in the same way," says the headmaster of a school in eastern Switerland to "Sonntagszeitung". 
The consequence: the boys humiliate, threaten and harass the girls. They inundate them with unpleasant insulting words: whore, bitch, tramp. 
They grab the girls against their will between the legs, on their behind, on their breasts.

A Voice: Waco II

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A member of the Desgraciados Motorcycle Club named George Bergman appeared at an examining trial last Friday in Waco. Bergman had just arrived at the Twin Peaks restaurant last May 17 and was walking to the Don Carlos restaurant on the other side of the parking lot to use the bathroom there when he heard a gun shot.

He was detained, found to be in possession of two, small, legal knives incarcerated for hours and finally arrested. He spent 20 days in jail before being released on $80,000 bail. He lost his job and continues to suffer from injuries suffered during his incarceration. Last Friday he asked that the charges against him be dismissed because there was no probable cause to believe that he was guilty of participating in organized criminal activity.

A judge named James E. Morgan refused to dismiss the charges so Bergman’s nightmare will continue. But before he left the court he read the following statement into the record.

Ol' Remus's notebook for 21 September 2015

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People in a group do not think as individuals responsive to reality, but as individuals proving themselves to the crowd. They ignore obvious fact as a result, because responsibility and accountability are not part of their goal. They are accountable only to the public image concerns of the crowd, forming a wave of public opinion that is uninformed and generally retributive against scapegoats for the failings of individuals in the crowd.
Brett Stevens at amerika.org
art-link-symbol-small-on-blue-tile-rev01.jpg Denninger - The Second Amendment is your "permit" because it recognizes a fundamental right that you already have. A permit grants permission to do a thing that is otherwise prohibited. The Second Amendment says that any such scheme in the context of firearms is unconstitutional -- period... The Second Amendment doesn't provide a permission slip, it prohibits the government from acting.

$PLC — Confederate Commodification

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   The Despicable $outhern Poverty Law Center   

The recent controversy surrounding the Confederate flag merely adds more evidence to the theory that the Southern Poverty Law Center has yet to meet a tragedy it could not somehow spin into gold

While the company is sticking to its tried-and-true methods of appealing to its largely progressive donor base’s sympathies, this most recent marketing campaign is part of a bigger shake-up that has been in the works for the past few years.

In the aftermath of the mindless murders of nine people in Charleston in June, a media frenzy ensued demanding the removal of the Confederate flag from all public property across the country.

Naturally, the professional fundraisers at the SPLC saw an opportunity to appeal to their largely progressive donor base by hopping on the media bandwagon.

One of the savvier moves was to set up an online “Erasing Hate” hot-line where people can report sightings of the flag, schools and streets named after Confederates, etc., so that, in the words of SPLC founder Morris Dees, the company could “put pressure on” local governments.
It comes as little surprise, though, that there is no option to report the offending sites anonymously.

Just as with the company’s cynical “Stand Strong Against Hate” map, the ultimate goal is to add the names and addresses.

51% of US Muslims Want Sharia Law – 25% Okay With Violence Against Infidels

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Dozens of Somali Muslims rallied at the Minnesota State Capital in support of the six Islamists charged with suspicion of trying to join ISIS in April.

Videographer Ami Horowitz went to Minneapolis to talk with Muslim immigrants from Somalia and Saudi Arabia about life in America.

More with video @ The Gateway Pundit


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'Tolerant' U.S. Military Allowed Afghans to Rape Children

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Barack Obama recently nominated Eric Fanning, a civilian who is openly homosexual, to serve as secretary of the Army. That follows ending “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” Two women recently graduated Ranger School, and there’s a raging debate about women in combat roles. But while the administration is no doubt pleased with its tolerant and politically correct force, the military can’t even uphold human rights. The U.S. military has been tolerating its Afghan allies sexually abusing young boys for years. The Afghan militia would go so far as to take young boys into U.S. bases to do “bacha bazi,” literally translated as “boy play.”

Saudi Arabia: World's Human Rights Sewer

Via Cousin John

  • Ali Mohammed al-Nimr, sentenced to be crucified, was accused of participating in banned protests and firearms offenses -- despite a complete lack of evidence on the latter charge, and he was denied access to lawyers. Al-Nimr is also alleged by human rights groups to have been tortured and then forced into signing a confession while in custody.
  • Not only are the Saudi authorities preparing to crucify someone -- in 2015 -- whom they tortured into making a confession; they are preparing to crucify someone who was a minor at the time of arrest.
  • Alas not a week goes by without Saudi Arabia demonstrating to the world why they retain their reputation as one of the world's foremost human rights sewers.
  • Crucifixion is a punishment which, it would appear, is not only Sharia-compliant but also -- we must assume -- Geneva-compliant.

Obama Admin Had Tapes Proving Bergdahl Deserted and Joined Taliban – Ignored Them at Trial

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Retired Colonel David Hunt broke the news tonight on The O’Reilly Factor that the the Obama administration had proof that Bowe Bergdahl deserted to the Taliban.

The Obama administration did not use the evidence in his trial.

Colonel David Hunt explained it tonight:

Eighty Percent of Students Shouldn't Be in College

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I was actually shocked my first semester in college. I was hoping for smarter kids, but I met smarter ones in high school. One of my friends told me, "I thought I'd run across kids who discussed Kant, but was I surprised."

I wouldn't go so far as Sturgeon's Law ("90% of everything is crap") but I'd support Pareto's 80/20 Rule (as in "Eighty percent of students shouldn't be in college").

I attended two universities and the last one was the largest producers of education students in a very large state. I never met a smart Education major except a friend of mine - and he went on to get a M.A. in Economics. The rest of the students, who were all girls, weren't much smarter than rocks.

German Citizens Set Fire to Asylum Center Causing a Halt in Muslim Immigration

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Authorities in the city of Wertheim in southwestern Germany must now refuse to settle any more refugees and migrants after Germans set fire to an asylum center that was ready to house up to 400 people.


 A sports hall, which had been prepared to be used as residence for up to 400 refugees and migrants, caught fire late Saturday night.

Previously Wertheim has provided housing to 600 people at a different center.

Terror, Looting and Banishment in Tennessee


General Eleazer A. Payne (Paine) was an Ohio lawyer and prewar friend of Abraham Lincoln. Formally reprimanded for brutality toward civilians in western Kentucky, he was known to have allowed Southern prisoners to ride away on old horses to be chased down and killed by his men.  After the war Mrs. T.J. Latham became president of the Tennessee Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy and State Agent for the Jefferson Davis Monument Fund. She also raised funds for the Nathan Bedford Forrest Monument.

www.Bernhard Thuersam, www.Circa1865.com   The Great American Political Divide

Terror, Looting and Banishment in Tennessee

“Mrs. Latham was married at her home in Memphis just at the beginning of the war to T.J. Latham, a young attorney and Unionist of Dresden, Tenn., their home till the close of war.

Dresden was debatable ground, subject to raids by “bushwhackers” and “guerillas,” one week by one side, and the next week by the other. These incursions, frequent and without notice, were sometimes to arrest “disloyal” citizens and always to secure every good horse, or any moveable article they could make available.

From these harassing surroundings, Mr. Latham sought refuge by making Paducah his homes, but passing much of his time in New York. The notorious Gen. Payne was in charge at Paducah, and soon became a terror to every one suspected of being a Southern sympathizer. Soon after the famous Forrest raid into Paducah, Payne’s reign became much more oppressive and unbearable. Nero in his prime did not exceed him in heartless cruelty.

The couple with whom Mr. and Mrs. Latham boarded also came from Dresden. They were highly estimable people and had a son in the army. [The gentleman] was quite old and feeble, and under excitement subject to apoplectic attacks. Payne had him arrested. [His wife] fainted and he became alarmingly excited, appealing to Mrs. Latham to go with him, fearing, he said, that Payne’s Negroes would shoot him.

She went, and the first sight that confronted her at headquarters was a lovely woman at on her knees at Payne’s feet, praying for the release of her son, who was arrested the day before while plowing in the field a few miles from the city. Being refused, she asked what in deepest anguish: “What will you do with him?”  “Have him shot before midnight, Madam, for harboring his brother, who is a Forrest Rebel,” and [Payne then] executed his threat.

Mrs. Latham was more fortunate, securing the release of her friend; but Gen. Payne then, addressing her, said he would pardon her and furnish carriage and the best white escort, if she would return to her home in Dresden and point out the Rebels.

Instantly she replied: “Never! Sooner than betray my country and three brothers in the army, I would die!”

Turning savagely to Mrs. Latham, he said: “You will hear from me soon, and T.J. Latham though now in New York, will be attended to. He is a fine Union man to have the impudence to visit Gen. [Napoleon] Dana, at Memphis, my commanding officer; and, with others, induce him to annul my order that no person having sons or brothers in the Southern army should engage in business of any kind in the Paducah district. I will teach him a lesson in loyalty he will remember.”

Next morning a lieutenant went to Mrs. Latham’s and ordered her to get ready, as Gen. Payne had banished her with about ten other women to Canada. He advised her that he had selected Negro soldiers as a guard.  At Detroit the militia was ordered out to insure the safe transportation of a dozen women and children prisoners across to Windsor. On landing, John [Hunt] Morgan and many of his men and others gave them a joyous greeting, and at the hotel they sang Dixie war songs till a late hour.

Thence Mrs. Latham went to New York to join her husband. Mrs. Payne advised [her husband and others] of Payne’s despotic rule, and it was soon known to “honest old Abe” and Gen. Grant. A committee of investigation and a court-martial soon followed, with the speedy relief of Paducah of the most obnoxious and cruel tyrant.

In [Gen. Payne’s] desk were found letters [to his subordinates] saying: “Don’t send any more pianos or plated silver or pictures; all the kin are supplied. But you can send bed linen and solid silverware.”

(United Daughters of the Confederacy, Annual Convention at Montgomery, Alabama; Confederate Veteran, December, 1900, pp. 522-523)