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Monday, August 23, 2010

Which Can You Do Without? A Mother Or A Father?

If you could somehow have a say in it, would you choose to be born into a family with your own parents, you know, the old fashioned way, with a mother and a father of your very own, or would you choose to forgo a mother in favor of two fathers, or a father in favor of two mothers? You don't know anything about the character of any of those involved, just the gender composition of your prospective parental choices, and that in only one case will both your parents actually be yours.

What if somebody told you that you would never get to meet your father because your mother "didn't need him"?  I don't think anybody can honestly say that they would choose anything other than the chance to born into their own family. Granted, it doesn't always work out so well, but any future is uncertain. I think, however, that most of us understand that nobody has the right to decide that a child doesn't need their own father or their own mother and then proceed to whip up a batch of baby for one's own amusement like a bowl full of garlic mashed potatoes.

We understand that circumstances sometimes arise that make it impossible for one or both parents to raise their children, and for those tragic situations, of which, it seems, there are always far too many, good people step in and raise those children as their own. We call that adoption, and as a society deem it to be a good thing because it takes misfortune and makes it better.

What we should absolutely not deem to be good, or even acceptable, is the creation of children as pets, which is what seems to be happening these days.

Neil Patrick Harris and his Male Partner are having twins. Of course, they are not actually having the twins, because that is not possible. So they have hired a cow to grow their new made to order accessories - things we used to call children, but since we are tossing thousands of years of human evolution and tradition in the dust-bin anyway, why not call it what it is?

One thing is obvious here, those two men care very much about themselves and would, given the chance, surely rant Ad Nauseum about their rights and gay rights and their own personal fulfillment, and their own wants and needs. The only rights they don't seem to consider are those of the two motherless children they have ordered. And nobody else seems to consider them, either, least of all the cow who is doing the cooking.

Why are we letting this happen? Are we really that far gone that we have decided that things like mothers and fathers have no significance in one's life? Personally, I can't think of anything that has more significance in my own life than my parents, other than becoming one myself. This is nothing short of carefully planned and paid for child abuse. It is disgusting, and it doesn't say much about us as a society if we allow this to become common practice. Somebody is going to have to answer to these children when they grow up.


Memo to Jennifer Aniston: You may not need a man in your life to raise a child, but the child will. - The child will refer to that man as his or her father, and that man will be the most important man in that child's life for a very long time. -  Here is a bit of free advice. Stop obsessing about yourself for awhile and maybe you will catch a man long enough to get yourself married and knocked up. Meow.

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Church Burned In Los Angeles Needs Help To Rebuild - Christians, Jews & Muslims Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is And Get This Done.

Why I am following this story: When I was in Arizona attending the conference on illegal immigration, Ted Hayes and about 20 other black people from the American Black Shield stood up in front, in the Arizona State Senate, where the conference was held and said to us "We have your back". He meant that when whites are called racist for trying to stop the invasion from the south, they are there to testify that this is not a white person issue, this is an American issue. He went on to say that our destinies are one and the same. If whites fall, so do blacks. If blacks fall, so do whites. That really meant something to me. To have people get up and volunteer their support and protection is pretty amazing. Shortly after that conference, this little church was hit by an arsonist who turned out to be in the country illegally and Hispanic. There is, at the very least, the appearance of a racially motivated crime, aka a Hate Crime, but it seems to have fallen of the MSM's radar of news worthy items. They don't seem to be interested when the victims are black and the perpetrators are Hispanic. Hypocrisy aside, this church was providing a much needed service to its local community and needs donations to rebuild - but how can it reach out to potential donors if its plight is ignored? America, Blacks are falling in Los Angeles and they need the support of their fellow citizens.

We need stuff like this like we need a hole in the head. Let's fix this.


I will post information on this as I get it... this is all I have for now.

The Church of Greater Works, Pastor John H. Edwards (323) 383-2495 - I believe that Pastor Edwards is the man who is interviewed after the local news story.

Edwards has set up a donations account at Wells Fargo Bank with a routing/account number of 122000247/863 404 7057.
The website of the Church Of Greater Works and a link to the donations page

This is the impact statement that Pastor Edwards is submitting to the court for the trial of the arsonist. (I phoned him to ask about what was happening on this case because for some reason there is nothing in the newspaper.) September 22, 2010

The physical structure of the over 100 year old church at the corner of Trinity and Washington Blvd. in Los Angeles, California provided a home to the Church of Greater Works ministry.
The ministry of The Church of Greater Works was blessed with this church in April of 2000.  The ministry of the Church of Greater Works started in 1989 as a ministry, without a structure, to offer a way up to the people of skid row in downtown Los Angeles.  From 1989 to April 2000 Pastor Edwards used vans to pick up people on skid row (adults, children and families) and take them to various churches, revivals and social outings all over the City of Los Angeles.  The homeless were not readily accepted by many congregations and Pastor Edwards realized his ministry needed its own facility to call home.  Pastor Edwards along with the help of four other ministers found this church vacant of parishioners in April 2000 and with the help of his mother and the blessing of God purchased this church to provide a home of worship for the homeless and others on skid row, downtown Los Angeles.  God provided this facility, where the homeless would always be welcomed, fed, clothed and nourished by the word of God.
Pastor Edwards has continued the ministry God set him upon and continues to pick up the homeless and people of skid row and bring them to the church for services, activities, food, clothing and in times of extreme weather, shelter.  The COGW has provided spiritual nourishment and led others to study and become ordained ministers themselves.
The loss of the physical structure of our church has left many without a meal, some of them being children.  The COGW ministered to and provided services to 35 to 40 children on a weekly basis. Since the arson, the church now sees about 8 to 10 children weekly for the Sunday service only.  The weekly Bible study and other youth activities and services are not available at this time. The Sunday school materials were destroyed by the arson, the children now receive Sunday school just a few feet down the street, on the sidewalk,  clothing children receive was destroyed by the arson.  Two-thirds of the people attending services under the ministry of the Church of Greater Works have not attended the Sunday service since the arson. Many of the parishioners that started out homeless between 1989 through the present have found their way up.
Eight and nine years ago the COGW opened its doors to two other ministries looking for a home and those ministries have been displaced. The low income family that lived in the four bedroom house, a mother and children are displaced by the fire.  Some parishioners have not returned to attend the Sunday service on the street because the church was just starting the weekly Wednesday night Bible study when the fire was set and there is concern regarding the safety of exposing their children as well as themselves to this kind of attack or worst.
The kitchen in the basement is no longer serving meals and the Sunday school is no longer filled with children loving God, studying about God, and thanking God for watching over them. 
If the court finds that Ricardo Aguilar Martinez committed arson upon our church, we the body of the church, forgive him, just as God would forgive him, yet we expect the court to sentence Mr. Martinez to a punishment commensurate to the suffering imposed upon our church.
Preliminary estimate of repairs to the destroyed properties is in excess of _$ 750,000.00.  The psychological damage to the members, followers, beneficiaries and community exceeds the bounds of restitution. 

Thank you for listening,

Local Media Coverage:
The local paper that should be covering this story is the Los Angeles Times. It is astounding that they are not interested in a church set afire while people are inside. I now read that this is perhaps racially motivated. Is this why the LA Times won't cover this story? Because the arsonist is Hispanic, and an illegal alien (in a city with a Sanctuary policy) and the parishioners are black?

  1. Fox News
  2. ABC News
  3. LAFD 
  4. The BlackInformant
  5. Vivelohoy
  6. Booking Record - Of Arsonist, apparently illegal alien.
  8. Blue Collar Philosophy Arsonist Hits Historic Black Church In Los Angeles

Re: Big Mouth Feminists..

Dear Scarlett,

I found your first post. It turns out I have a "spam box" where some comments are sent automatically. I am not sure why your first post got sent there, it doesn't seem like spam to me.

I was not aware that there were separate Jewish courts in the UK. If that works for Britain, great.

I hope we never have that here in the US, the law should apply to everyone equally, is how I see it.

I am aware that there are barbaric aspects of the bible, and if there were countries in the world where this sort of Christianity was imposed upon people, I would be yakking up a storm against it, too. I have been to a torture museum in a lovely little town in Germany where I was able to gaze upon all the lovely instruments of torture our ancestors (in a general sense, as I am not Anglo-Saxon, but am joining the club for this discussion) thought up to inflict pain and misery on their fellow human beings.

Happily, in our society, we have relegated such things to the museum (for the most part), however, it was not without considerable bloodshed and suffering that Christianity "grew up". I have no desire to participate in the growing pains of Islam which is still stuck in the middle ages in the vast majority of countries in which it is practiced.

When the IRA was blowing things up in Northern Ireland and the UK, I would shake my head and wonder at the stupidity and evil at work over there. I also find it unbelievable that Catholics and Protestants can hate each other to such a degree that they murder each other. First off, how do they tell the difference?

I considered Ireland to be a backwards sort of place and never even considered visiting. This is not to say that they don't have legitimate grievances, it is just that I don't care to listen to people who plant bombs in cars to make their point.

Do I hate the Irish? Absolutely not. My very best friend in the world is of Irish ancestry, and luckily for me, the magic melting pot that we used to have simmering boiled out all of the car bombers who would have liked to practice their trade stateside.

I wear green and cook corned beef on St. Patrick's day, and think Irish pubs are just swell. But if even one car bomb goes off here in the US in the name of the IRA, you had better believe I would be screaming for us to be taking a closer look at new immigration from Ireland and demanding that Irish nationals be given special attention at airports etc.

I am none too thrilled with the gaggle of Russian spies or our new Russian mafia, either. I don't care what you look like or what you believe, just as long as you leave the nastiness at the door and respect the people who are already here. That's what my parents and grandparents did, and if they can do it, so can everybody else.

You come here with the intention of taking over, I don't like you. Simple as that. And with regards to Islam, that is what I see. I hear Islamic leaders calling me evil, screaming about killing Jews and see them hanging women for infidelity. I read about fathers and brothers murdering their daughters and sisters for being American teenagers, and a Muslim woman suing Disney because she wants Disney to change for her, instead of accepting the policy that she agreed to when she took the job. A policy that every other Disney employee follows, I might add.

So maybe you got the good Muslims over there, or maybe you have your eyes wide shut. I have no doubt that there are plenty of Muslims who are/would be fine Americans, but they are not controlling  the discussion and seem to be submitting to the nastier elements of their religion.

So, at the risk of offending them, I am going to speak out till I am blue in the face. It is up to them to demonstrate that their intentions are good, not for me to hope they are.

Because I am not going to end up running around with my god damned bedsheets over my head and they are not going to persecute anyone in the name of their stupid religion while there is still breath in my body.



Friday, August 20, 2010

The End of Men...And Women And Children

I love men. Not always, but most of the time. If there is a hell, it is inhabited entirely by females (with tons of cash but not one decent shoe store)  or at least my hell would be. Not that I don't value my female friends or enjoy girls night out - I value them because they provide a break in daily married life (too much of any good thing is well, too much) but god forbid it would be the other way around. My female friends feel the same way, as do my sisters and my mother. We love each other dearly but put us all together for too long under the same roof and sparks will fly and we will all run back to our men, bless their tolerant and forgiving hearts.

That is why I have to giggle when I hear the wishful thinking Manabees talking about the wonderful communication skills of the fairer sex. We talk a lot, that I'll give them but it takes a powerful farm tool thingy running full speed to separate the wheat from the chafe. We are most adept at talking about our feelings, and sometimes our feelings are very relevant, but they will not give us a unique advantage when it comes to discovering a cure for cancer, building a rocket-ship or negotiating a crucial deal.

We may have a different perspective than men, which can certainly add value to the mix, but it is a perspective, not the definitive truth. Usually it is wise to consider multiple perspectives lest one conclude the elephant is a snake.

The Propaganda

Recent studies claim to prove that women are better suited for the modern business world, citing as evidence companies with relatively high ratios of women in key positions that have outperformed their rivals. To this, I have the following to add: cream of the crop data bias.

See, it's like this. Suppose Macy's has a 3 day sale. If you get there early, you will be able to snap up some really great items at bargain prices whereas those arriving on the third day may feel a little gypped. Then, armed with your wonderful buys, you proceed to boast that Macy's has better quality and lower prices than Nordstrom's (which is not having a sale) and you generalize your conclusion even further to say that Macy's is the best overall for all products.

OK, so maybe the shopping analogy isn't perfect. What I mean to say is that the women working for those companies are going to be the most motivated, since they are early adopters, and will probably have better qualifications than the general hiring pool. At some point a man made the decision to hire or promote them. Smart guy. (That last statement I threw in mostly to irritate any feminists who may be passing through...They deserve to be irritated as frequently as possible.)

Men, for whom working for a living has never been merely one of many life fulfilling choices to be made, come in a range of competencies, as do their female counterparts. So if you can believe that those companies that hired lots of women went out and looked for the best women around, and given that they got to the sale early and got to take their pick, your conclusion should be more in the way of: companies who hire the best women will outperform other companies who are stuck with hiring from the entire Bell curve. But then you can easily say that companies staffed with the best men will outperform Bell-curvy companies - it's just that all the best men are usually not so readily available for the taking.

Karl Marx and Krankengeschwisterschadenfreudetoastbrot

Karl Marx had the same problem as many of today's mannabee feminists. He looked around at the world and made the assumption that everything that existed was just plunked there from the heavens. He did that so he could conveniently ignore the risk element in his whole Kapitalists exploit the workers fantasy view of the world. He had to - otherwise his whole BS (not Bachelor of Science) theory falls apart. See, the risk portion of the profits reaped by Kapitalists is what explains how all of those means of production came into existence in the first place - somebody saw an opportunity, took a risk and is rewarded by making a profit. Yippee!

Feminists believe in heaven plunkings as well, although they are somewhat better off than sad, pathetic Karl as I shall explain. Men, it has been claimed, are more likely to take risks than women. Then there is usually a sentence about testosterone, so I am including this one here. Ah but Wall street and risky behavior and we are all doomed, bad bad men.

Ahh but how many new companies exist today that are sizable enough to even warrant a discussion of the gender composition of key management or the board of directors were started by us darling, superior women? There are a few... Martha Stewart comes to mind, and I do love her taste in home decor, but we are going to need many, many more Marthas if we want to have one job for each person who wants one. So where are they?

My conclusion: Anytime you hear somebody say "men still dominate the highly lucrative fields of science math and engineering" step on their toes - hard enough so it hurts and they can't finish their thought. Why? Because what usually ends up following is some stupidity about how we need to get more females into those professions for no other reason than that your injured toe victim thinks it's a good idea.

In a world of limited resources, that means that some qualified male is denied his spot to study and possibly be the next Wozniak or that other guy. I mean, while your sitting around waiting for the army of female Billina Gateses to arrive, you've got to do something to earn a living, right?


Some Interesting News About Women...

  1. What Women Want - Survey done in Norway...sorry for the robo-translation....but I couldn't locate a human translated version.

Friday, August 13, 2010

Big Mouth Feminists, Jews And GLBTs Strangely Quiet On Islamification - Why?

Has any body noticed that there is a strange lack of noise coming from the usual suspects on the topic of encroaching Islam in the US? I find this very odd.

"Feminists" a group that has entire websites dedicated to complaining about a candy bar commercial's supposed objectification of women and other equally stupid communal delusions and can be found frothing and hysterical any time some white guy says "Ma'am" seem to have no problem whatsoever with Islam's increasing presence in the USA. Islam, the "peaceful religion" that forces its women to run around in bed sheets and the occasional iron mask (have seen this myself in Germany - it is horrendous), dictates that women's testimony in legal proceedings is worth only 1/2 that of a man's, and advocates public stoning for women guilty of infidelity.

Call me crazy, but it would seem to me that anybody who gives a hoot about women's rights would be up in arms about their new neighbors.

Then there is the normally very vocal Jewish lobby - and not a peep. I hardly think they would be so quiet if Nazis were settling in the US by the millions, and please excuse my ignorance in my not seeing a practical difference with regard to the feelings of Muslims towards Jews and those of the Nazis of the 3rd Reich. Death to Jews, Death to Israel isn't code for "my those are lovely geraniums you have on your balcony" or anything, is it?

Finally, the group that has made a business out of being as unpleasant as possible when their various hallucinations concerning their "rights" are not immediately enshrined into law seem to be indifferent to what will turn into a veritable persecution to-the-death of anybody and anything GLBT related. The Koran wants them dead and in countries where Sharia law is the law of the land, they are quite frequently made very dead.

Given what is going on in Europe, you would have to be officially brain-dead to expect that the more radical elements within the Islamic population will refrain from trying to exert their influence on US society. It is the natural progression of things; it is not a question of if it will happen, it is one of how fast will it happen, and will we have rid ourselves of the no-self-esteemers currently running everything in time to stop it?

I would appreciate any comments, especially if you happen to be a member of one of these strangely quiet groups. What gives?


Follow Up

What Your Tolerance Will Get You:

Any of you ladies out there no longer virgins and not married? Your punishment will be death by hanging... and as I just learned, not by the trap door method; they put the noose around your neck and string you up. Takes awhile to die. They just recently strung up another lady over there in Iran...first they were going to stone her, but they got a lot of flak for that, so they hung'er high. (or were planning on it last I heard.)

Everybody must get stoned: For real, like. This is my favorite part: "the Iranian penal code specifies that "stones are large enough to cause pain, but not so large as to kill the victim immediately." Article 102 of the Penal Code states that men should be buried up to their waists and women up to their breasts for the purpose of execution by stoning. Article 104 states, with reference to the penalty for adultery, that the stones used should "not be large enough to kill the person by one or two strikes; nor should they be so small that they could not be defined as stones."  Let's see here, I am wondering about this thing that Newsweek calls "the Iranian penal code". It is my understanding that proper Muslim countries follow Sharia law, so does it not then follow that the size of the stones are in fact set forth in the Koran?

Let me see, are there any Muslim countries in the world which are not like this? Turkey is the only one I can think of. Atta Turk!

But just keep practicing your tolerance! That is very important, because you will have a lot to tolerate.

Positive Muslim Links
Yes, there are many positive things about Islam. My comments on this. I am, however, not un-biased. I am very biased. This blog of mine should never be considered to be unbiased because it is my opinion, which I attempt to justify with facts. Like most human beings on the planet, my opinions are formed based on a combination of what I consider to be moral, tempered or bolstered by my own self-interest. As a rule, you should always question why an individual takes the time to write about one topic or another, or to write at all for that matter, instead of sitting in the sun and soaking up some rays.

For the record, I try to be accurate; I have no use for falsified data. I do not believe that my own self interest is furthered if I base my opinions and judgments on lies, misrepresentations, wishful thinking or some crackpot philosophy on how the world ought to work. Doing so would simply prove to be perpetually disappointing because, quite frankly, it is what it is and nothing else.

  1. Positive Muslim News - News about good things Muslims are doing in North America and around the world.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Taiwanese Editorial - No Dictionary Required

Kind of interesting to see how others on the planet view our daily dramas...


Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Five To Twelve And Time For Tea

My blog has become political these days. I noticed that too. It is not really what I want to blog about, it is what I have to blog about. I see it like this: if the house is on fire, it makes no sense to stubbornly stand in the kitchen and do the dishes. First you have to put the fire out and make sure you still have a house to housewife around in.

The same applies for community and country. To ignore what is going on right now in our United States is the same as doing dishes while the house burns. To be honest, I am not even sure what is going on exactly or who is behind it, or if there is even an anybody rather than just an unfortunate convergence of forces set in motion long ago. But I know we are in trouble.

I don't think I have ever felt so vulnerable as a citizen of the USA. In the past, no matter whether I agreed with the politics of whatever administration held power, I always felt that the debate would remain firmly within the framework of the constitution, and that despite differing opinions on policy, our leaders, whether democrat or republican, regarded the USA as worthy and good and were striving towards greatness while disagreeing at times on the route to get there. In short, they believed in America.

I don't get that feeling anymore. The citizens of this country seem to be regarded more as annoyances to be placated into compliance, the constitution as more of a hindrance than a guide. Politicians seem more concerned with their own personal, ideological or monetary fulfillment than with carrying out their duties: to do the people's business and represent their constituency in various levels of government. On every level, in both parties, our government officials have overblown opinions of themselves and disdain for the people. In normal times this is bad, but given the economic situation and the threats we face on various fronts, it is downright dangerous.

The people who hold power don't care about you or me. They don't seem to care much about the idea of America, either. We are losing control of our borders, allowing our laws and way of life to be obliterated by foreigners here illegally who seem to have more rights in this country than citizens. We have no way to limit the number coming in, yet our courts say we must provide them social services and educate their children. When we try to defend ourselves from this enslavement, we end up trying to defend ourselves against our own government.

Our foundation is crumbling before our very eyes and new threats are popping up left and right. If you are not alert and paying close attention right now, you will soon be forced to - when everything comes crashing down around you. And won't you feel silly standing there, dishtowel in hand, with nothing left to dry but the shards of what used to be your way of life.


Pia For Philly - "You May Think The Coast Is Clear, But You're So Not Getting Away With This"

God I love this country. Just when I am sure everyone has completely lost their minds, is some sort of pathetic communist still waiting for the revolution or is just plain dumb, people start popping up, opening their mouths...and making sense. Real, logical, sense. The kind that gravity would approve of.

Ms. Pia, if elected, will be the hippest member of congress, fer sure!


You May Think The Coast Is Clear, But You're So Not Getting Away With This!    Pia Varma

Friday, August 06, 2010

Not Voting For Meg Whitman

If you have been paying attention, you realize that we have basically the same candidate on the republican ticket running for governor as we have in office already. This state can't take 4 more years of appeasing the left and applying band-aids where major surgery is required.

Furthermore, there is no major difference between Meg Whitman and Jerry Brown (according to Meg Whitman) on the most important issue; illegal aliens and what to do about them.

But the real thing that gets me is that Ms. Whitman thinks she can lie to us, telling each party what they want to hear, pander to ethnic groups and then still count on stupid white people to run off and vote for her because at least she is better than Brown.

If these were normal times, I would probably do just that. But they aren't. We are at the point where most of the Great Generation is gone, and there remains only an aging Silent Generation between us and losing completely all knowledge of how to actually get things done and maintain and strengthen a civilized society. If we have to rely on Baby Boomers to resurrect America, we are finished.

So while I cannot bring myself to actually vote for Jerry Brown, I am confident in his ability to rapidly screw things up badly enough to bring us to the point where we have no choice but to put people in charge who will not shirk their responsibility to their office and the people of the State of California. People who understand that wishful thinking does not make good policy, the very real reasons why a prosperous society insists on certain standards of morality, and the commutative property of addition is really more of a law which cannot be changed  no matter how much they complain.

This is a musical representation of what California will be like under Jerry Brown.


Fed Up, Pissed Off And Wondering What To Do.

Is anybody out there sick and tired of these (insert worst swearword you can think of as an adjective here) politicians completely ignoring the will of the people and doing whatever their besserwessie fat heads feel like? There are far more of us than there are of them. We really shouldn't have to put up with this.

Here are some pictures of what goes on in San Francisco in broad daylight, on public city streets. Nancy Pelosi's San Francisco. If somebody were to put the old sodomy laws on the ballot, I would vote for it. I've had it.

Our Future: Street Festival in San Francisco - Warning, extremely perverse and disgusting.


Wednesday, August 04, 2010

2 Quick Facts I Learned In Arizona

  1. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Republican.
  2. Democrats were behind the KKK, and while many black people have asked, Democrats have never apologized for their role in the oppression of blacks in this country... to this day, they refuse.
I have been accused of being ignorant, and I must admit this was news to me.


PS Is it my imagination, or is there an unusually large number of black public officials who seem to be under fire lately?

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

This Country Is Under Attack - Wake Up

If we do not seal our borders to stop the invasion, and crack down on criminal business in this country imposing stiff jail sentences and huge fines for employing ANY illegal alien, we are going to lose this country. The November mid-term elections are most likely our last chance at accomplishing this peacefully. It is imperative that anybody you send to Washington, whether Republican or Democrat be a warrior fighting for Americans and those legally in this country.

You cannot simply "just vote Republican" - Lindsey Graham and John McCain are two examples of Republicans siding against America's best interests. Although both have recently started singing a different tune, a thinking person should question their credibility given their records. Numbers USA grades each member of congress based upon their voting record concerning illegal immigration. There are plenty of democrats who score an A- and a few with an A grade according to Numbers USA, and plenty of Republicans who score far worse.

The Memo: Executive Action Amnesty - Download Here Or View Here

This memo should have people out in the streets screaming. It is basically a blueprint for subverting the democratic process and getting around our pesky Constitution and idea of representative government. But don't take my word for it, read it yourself.

Your Newspaper Is Lying To You

I picked up a copy of the Arizona Republic while in Phoenix and was dismayed to read the innocuous sounding headline: White House Floats Ideas For Some Migrants to Stay. I would have expected a little more from our so-called free press when the President is attempting to subvert the democratic process and impose his will by sidestepping Congress (which is heavily stacked in his favor). In my opinion, this is equivalent to Misguided Aircraft Collide With Buildings as a headline for 9/11.

What is meant by "some"? Some seems pretty harmless, doesn't it? I put some peanut butter and jelly on a slice of bread to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. A waitress asks whether I would like "some" more coffee. I expect to get at most one cup of coffee if I say yes, right? I don't expect her to gather every pot of coffee in the restaurant and attempt to pour them into my coffee cup.

According to the memo, however, "some" could wind up as being "meaningful immigration reform". Do you think that title conveys the actual seriousness of the situation? I doubt the reporter could pass a high-school English comprehension test with answers like that. But the reporter knows better. He just doesn't want you to know better.

I am warning you, this is mostly your last chance to peacefully save your country, and even then it is no guarantee. I wouldn't be surprised if this turns nasty once the open borders army senses they are losing the war. Make no mistake, their army is already here - MS-13 as well as a variety of other "street gangs" - in reality they are international organized crime syndicates, are found in nearly every single city in the US. They are heavily armed, trained in combat and do not care a flea about you or your kids.

I wouldn't be surprised if they were the money behind La Racist (NCLR). And we now have a former La Raza member on our supreme court.

In addition to her work on the bench, Judge Sotomayor is an adjunct professor at New York University School of Law and a lecturer-in-law at Columbia Law School. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the New York Women’s Bar Association, the Puerto Rican Bar Association, the Hispanic National Bar Association, the Association of Judges of Hispanic Heritage, and the National Council of La Raza. She has received many honors including, most recently, an award from the National Association of Women Lawyers.

The Obama administration is full of La Raza people - and they do not care a flea about Americans either. We might know some of this for sure if the "American Free Press" hadn't betrayed us by pursuing their own or somebody else's agenda. But they did, so we don't.


Monday, August 02, 2010

Coast To Coast - 4 Hour Special On Illegal Immigration

This is a very interesting and important discussion and report on the invasion currently underway in this country.

KFI - Coast 2 Coast


Sunday, August 01, 2010

Real Life Communist Agitators - Just Ain't What They Used To Be

I find it somewhat insulting to have such amateur losers show up to annoy us at the rally on Saturday night. Granted they were annoying, as anybody with a megaphone, filthy mouth, and grudge against society can be, but then is this really such an accomplishment when one considers that a slightly mentally imbalanced poodle could achieve the same results by showing up and barking for 2 hours?

I mean, for cricket's sake. Communists don't wear T-Shirts which identify themselves as such, at least not until after the revolution has been won and all the members of the opposition have been duly slaughtered. The pros at least know that they have to lie through their teeth about their affiliations and intentions because even they realize that most people are not stupid enough to actually want to be communists. Duh.


Americans Of Hispanic Decent

There are a few things I would like to make clear.  There are plenty of Americans from Latin America, or of Hispanic descent that came here legally, assimilated and are Americans. End of story.

I have no more right to be here than they do, and I would like to emphasize that I am fully aware of this, and do not want to give the impression that I begrudge them this, or that I would have it any other way.

Secondly, I am not unsympathetic to the plight of the people crossing the border who are looking to create a better life for themselves. The remedy to their suffering, however, is not promoting lawlessness and the ultimate destruction of our nation. While that may bring them short term relief, they will soon be back in the same sinking boat, only now we will be going down with them. To be honest, I believe that the architects of this invasion know this full well, and this is their ultimate goal.

These Architects have found willing partners in crime with certain American corporations who see profit in the exploitation of poor Mexicans. There is far too much money in the pro-amnesty/open borders side for this to be any sort of grass roots movement.

Anybody with any serious intentions of helping poor Mexicans should be setting their sights on the Mexican government, not the US government as is now the case.

To illustrate the absurdity that is now occurring, consider the 9.5% of Americans who are currently unemployed. What would you think if they were to start sneaking over the border to Canada and demanding that the Canadian Government grant them citizenship, or at least work visas, and/or welfare, health care and that the Canadians educate their children. How many Americans are now protesting in the streets of Canada demanding their rights?

The Canadians would tell them to go home and fix their own country, and they would have every right to do so. Or not?


Ted Hayes & America's Black Shield

I admire courage. Real courage. It can't be easy to stand up amidst a Tsunami of politically correct spewage and be the one to point out that the spewage stinks to high heaven. Ted Hayes has been doing that for quite some time now, and if you haven't heard of him, it is because the Messed Up Media probably avoid him like the plague. Ted Hayes is a black man who does not conform to anybody's idea of how a black man should think or behave.

I had the honor of meeting him this week-end. He is an original, one-of-a-kind guy. He looks Rasta, but is a conservative. He thinks illegal immigration hurts black people. He talked about the civil rights movement in the United States, about how the hard-won victories won by the black community have been usurped by the left- wing La Raza Reconquistas and are being used by them to further their agenda, while paying lip-service to the issues of the black community.

Which makes me think about that business with the black lady being fired because of being a racist, only to have it turn out that she was telling a story about her own personal journey out of the racist sludge pit and how she came to see people as people. And boy they sure didn't lose any time sacrificing her on the alter of racial retribution, yet Hispanics are constantly running around pushing La Raza (not the organization, the race) and por la raza todos yada yada. But nothing ever happens to them... and they rally under an organization that calls itself La Raza, and have the audacity to say that "La Raza" has no racial connotations.

So, I think I would tend to agree with Mr. Hayes.

But I never expected the Black Shield. Wow. The Black Shield is a group of black people who recognize that the fight against illegal immigration is not about race, it is a fight over the very existence of our Republic. Because a country without borders is not a country, and if we are not willing to defend our borders, then we are not willing to defend our country. The members of America's Black Shield are Americans who love their country and are ready to stand up for white people who are taking a beating from the invaders who are using race to silence white people into submission.

American Patriots - The Black Shield With Ted Hayes

They stood up and said, if you fall, we fall and if we fall you fall. Our fates are tied together. And they are right.

Thank you, America's Black Shield.


America's Black Shield
Shielding and defending our nation, jobs and families.

Live From The Great State Of Arizona - On The Second Shot Heard Around The World

These are brave people here in Arizona. I don't think they meant to make a political statement, I think things were getting so bad for the citizens here that something had to be done. Luckily, there are people in the state government who actually respond to the needs of their citizens. Or maybe it is because the politicians here in Arizona don't seem as high and mighty as they do in California, for example.

Russell Pearce, one of the co-authors of Arizona's SB1070 spoke several times at the conference I attended, and at the rally last night. At first I had to ask who he was, and I was surprised to learn that the man I was listening to was the one making national news; where was the small army of bodyguards, assistants, spokespeople and make-up artists that usually flank our politicians these days? Funny, I had not heard a helicopter land anywhere close by...

I would have never guessed that the man up at the podium, describing how one of his sons, a police officer, had been shot by an illegal alien, was the Russell Pearce. He actually seemed...humble.

That was the only time he talked about himself, for the rest of the conference he mostly introduced others.

I am very glad I came to Arizona to attend this conference. The press, if they report on this at all, will try to portray it as radical tea-party racist white people who kick puppies and small children. They will do so because the truth must be scaring the living daylights out of them right about now; The people who quietly met on Saturday, July 31, 2010 in the Arizona State Senate to have a serious discussion on illegal immigration were anything but. This group would have made any college diversity coordinator proud, except that they were not chosen based on skin color to attend the conference.

They chose to attend the conference much in the same way I did. I saw the announcement and I said, hey, I want to come too! And so we all showed up in Phoenix, coming from all over the country, white people, black people, brown people, Christian people, Jewish people, tall people, short people, old people, young people who strangely enough, don't think of themselves so much as belonging to one of those classifications as they think of themselves as something much better: They think of themselves as Americans.

So, in that sense, there was no diversity. There was unity.


Then there was this: