Mudshark (a white woman who has surrendered thousands of years of genetic perfection to a relationship with a dark animal): Please let me in to your community. My children need food.

Gatekeeper: Sorry. This is a whites only village.

Mudshark: How dare you! My children are the same as all other children of the world.

Gatekeeper: Rules are rules.

Mudshark: YOU’RE A BUNCH OF RACISTS!

Gatekeeper: Yes, that’s correct. This is the last place you you’d want to enter. Never mind the men, the women would rip you to pieces for destroying their childrens future.

Mudshark: ????????

(Oh no, my secret weapon of shaming someone with politically correct slurs isn’t working. WTF do I do now?)

Gatekeeper: I suggest you try the black area, which is about 2 miles north east of here.

Mudshark: But I’ve just come from there, the rape and murder and mayhem is out of control.

Gatekeeper: Really? Well what a surprise.

*snicker*

Courtesy of Mr. Murray at vnnforum.com

…but you can’t take the jungle out of the nigger. These 4 beasts should be put to sleep.

Police: Four boys sexually assaulted 8-year-old girl

Four boys ages 9 to 14 have been charged with sexually assaulting an 8-year old girl, police in Phoenix, Arizona, said Wednesday.

The girl was lured into a vacant storage shed by the suspects, who offered her chewing gum, police said at a news conference.

The girl was restrained while the boys — ages 9, 10, 13 and 14 — sexually assaulted her, police said of the July 16 incident.

All the suspects except for the 14-year-old live in the same apartment complex, according to Phoenix police Sgt. Andy Hill. The 14-year-old has been charged as an adult, Hill said.

Detectives said the girl was placed in the custody of Phoenix child protective services after the attack because of her parents’ attitude toward her.

The girl and the boys charged are all from families that have come to the United States from the West African nation of Liberia, police said.

http://www.cnn.com/2009/CRIME/07/22/arizona.juvenile.sexual.assault/index.html

So while the media hems and haws over a White cop doing his job and arresting a beligerant ejumicated yard ape, they completely ignore this story. And the fact is, there are hundreds more… A DAY.

Addendum…

July 21, 2009

It’s 12:24 here and I’m jammin to “Echos” by Pink Floyd. Had a nice talk with Varg on IRC about things. Finished off my b-day bottle of scotch with some soda in the end. Things are going well. I’m going to go to bed soon… well as soon as I shut off the need for music. It seems there are lots of songs I need to hear right now. When I wake tomorrow morning, I want to do so ready for some serious battle toward things that are important to bettering the future of White men and women.

YAY! Itz my Birthday!

July 21, 2009

I turned 44 today. It has been a great day.

I got up and went to my post-op doctor appointment and everything is cool. Then I came back home and picked up Kim to take her to Baraboo for her MRI. While she was in doing that I ran to the cable company and gave them money then stopped at the airport to watch an Army Blackhawk shoot touch and goes for a bit.

Then I went to Gander Mountain to see what stuff they had. Sad, they had few interesting guns and NO PISTOL AMMO. Then I hit the music store. Andy, the owner, bought a pair of speakers I’ve had there on consignment for a while. Cool beans, now I have a few bucks. While I was there I tried a Yamaha guitar synth that rocks! I may pick it up when I have spare beans. He also had a Marshall stereo 2×12 cab that I really like too. Hmmmmmm…….

Then I went back to pick up Kim. When I got to the hospital there was a Lifeflight there. I got to watch it take off. That’s two helicopters today up close.

After I got Kim home (She was blitzed. The doc perscribed some heavy valium for her as she hates MRI’s. She is clausterphobic.) I went food shopping for dinner. I got two fantastic T-Bones, two lobster tails, and a bag of spinach. Got back home and fired up the grill, a pot of boiling water, and prepared the spinach with some fresh garlic and lemon/pepper. Kim and I ate like king and queen. It was awesome.

Now I sit here with some 16 year old Irish single malt scotch whiskey watching the moon landing and doing whatever floats my boat.

I want to thank John de Nugent, Mark (Marwinsing), Varg, McKinley, Bryan, and others who have wished me a happy birthday thru the intertubes.

Here’s to next year!

Hey White Man, tired of scrimping and cutting just to put some measley food on the table, gas in the car or clothes on your family’s back? Well you just keep on doing that, and don’t gripe when it gets worse. You have to suffer while izrael gets $2.775 BILLION in your taxpayer dollars THIS YEAR ALONE. And that doesn’t include the other sums to izrael’s enemies to keep them fromflattening that shitty little cuntry once and for all.

Pissed off yet?

Aid to Israel passes House
By Eric Fingerhut · July 10, 2009

The House of Representatives passed the foreign aid bill Thursday, which includes $2.22 billion in security aid to Israel.

The 2010 State and Foreign Operations Appropriations bill was approved by a vote of 318-106, with 97 of the no votes coming from Republicans (more than half of the GOP caucus.)

When the $2.22 billion in Israel aid is combined with $555 million that was passed in an earlier supplemental funding bill, that makes a total of $2.775 billion in military aid for Israel, in line with the second year of the 10-year, $30 billion memorandum of understanding between the United States and the Jewish state.

The bill also provides $500.4 million to the Palestinian Authority, which includes $400.4 million in economic assistance to the West Bank and Gaza and$100 million to help train Palesitnian security forces.

Aid for Egypt and Jordan stayed at the same level as the previous year. Egypt received $1.3 billion in defense assistance and $250 million for its economy; Jordan gets $300 million in defense assistance as well as $363 million in economic assistance. The bill also would keep the U.S. Import-Expert bank from guaranteeing companies that have significant stakes in Iran’s energy sector.

“AIPAC strongly applauds the House for passing the annual foreign aid bill,” said AIPAC President David Victor. “U.S. aid to Israel is critical to keeping our democratic ally, Israel, safe and strong and reaffirms our nation’s deep commitment to our friends in Israel.”

“This year’s package holds heightened significance with the United States, the region and Israel facing renewed challenges from Iran’s drive to dominate the Middle East, acquire nuclear weapons and its support for Islamic terrorist movements, including Hizballah and Hamas,” Victor said. “Congress’ support for this year’s aid package sends the strong, unambiguous, message that the United States stands firmly behind Israel, and underscores the strength of the U.S.-Israel bond.”

(By the way, Rep. Donna Edwards (D-Md.) voted for the bill. Some of her constituents, as I wrote about last week, were upset that she said last week she wanted to “read the bill” before declaring she would vote for it.)

The full press release from AIPAC is after the jump:

AIPAC APPLAUDS HOUSE PASSAGE OF FOREIGN AID BILL

Congress Seeks Boosts in U.S. Aid to Israel for 2010 to $2.775 Billion

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) applauds the House of Representatives for passing the annual foreign aid bill, which provides $2.22 billion in critical U.S security assistance to Israel, bringing U.S. aid to Israel for FY2010 to $2.775 billion.

When combined with $555 million in assistance included in a recently passed supplemental funding bill, the foreign aid measure, passed by a strong bipartisan vote of 318-106, with 8 members not voting, fully funds the administration’s request of $2.775 billion for Israel, in line with the second year of the 10-year, $30 billion U.S.-Israel Memorandum of Understanding.

“AIPAC strongly applauds the House for passing the annual foreign aid bill,” said AIPAC President David Victor. “U.S. aid to Israel is critical to keeping our democratic ally, Israel, safe and strong and reaffirms our nation’s deep commitment to our friends in Israel.”

“This year’s package holds heightened significance with the United States, the region and Israel facing renewed challenges from Iran’s drive to dominate the Middle East, acquire nuclear weapons and its support for Islamic terrorist movements, including Hizballah and Hamas,” Victor said. “Congress’ support for this year’s aid package sends the strong, unambiguous, message that the United States stands firmly behind Israel, and underscores the strength of the U.S.-Israel bond.”

The foreign aid package is included in the Fiscal Year 2010 (FY10) Foreign Operations Appropriations bill. The Senate Appropriations Committee approved its version of the bill, which fully funds aid to Israel and includes other key provisions. The measure now awaits full consideration by the Senate.

AIPAC applauds the leadership of House State and Foreign Operations Subcommittee Chairwoman Nita Lowey (D-NY), House State and Foreign Operations Subcommittee Ranking Member Kay Granger (R-TX), House Appropriations Committee Chairman David Obey (D-WI), Rep. Mark Kirk (R-IL), House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD), and House Republican Whip Eric Cantor (R-VA), for their work in crafting the bill and ensuring its bipartisan support.

Aid to Israel is not only a critical investment in U.S. national security, helping ensure the qualitative military edge of our democratic ally in the region. It is also a direct investment in our economy, as nearly 75% of the funds are spent back here at home, creating American jobs and bolstering our economy.

The bill also provides $500.4 million to the Palestinian Authority, while ensuring that no U.S. tax payer money can go to a Palestinian unity government unless all ministers in that government publicly accept the three Quartet conditions—recognizing Israel, renouncing violence and accepting previous Israeli-Palestinian agreements. The bill also maintains all current restrictions on aid to the West Bank and Gaza.

On Iran, the bill prohibits the U.S. Export-Import Bank from using funds to guarantee, insure or extend credit for companies that supply Iran with refined petroleum resources. The legislation also requires the State Department to report on the status of multilateral and bilateral U.S. sanctions against Iran and on the administration’s diplomatic efforts with Iran regarding its illicit nuclear program.

In addition, the House voted to provide Egypt and Jordan with $1.29 billion and $513 million, respectively.

http://blogs.jta.org/politics/article/2009/07/10/1006453/aid-to-israel-passes-house

Web Site of the Week

July 16, 2009

A great site run by an outstanding Whte Man:

http://kentuckyannatruenews.blogspot.com/

http://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2009/07/16/the-war-on-terror-is-a-zionist-racket-stupid/

Orders revoked for soldier challenging Obama
July 15th, 2009

From the lawyers website:

http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/blog1/

It looks like we won already and not just on any day, on Bastille day
July 14th, 2009
I didn’t even need to fight, the administration blinked and showed it’s cards, actually they showed that they have no cards to play, as they immediately revoked the order for major Cook. You can see below, the revocation is below, saying he doesn’t need to go.

What does it mean? It’s proof that we have a totally illegitimate commander in chief and they will cave in each and every situation. It means that from now on any member of the military, who doesn’t like any order , needs to call Dr. Taitz, ESQ and state that he doesn’t want to follow the order, a legal action will be initiated based on Obama’s illegitimacy in office and the military will cave in. It means that for the sake of covering up for Obama and fraud perpetrated, top brass of the US military is willing to undermine integrity of the military. This has to stop.

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

U.S. ARMY HUMAN RESOURCES COMMAND

1 RESERVE WAY

ST. LOUIS, MO 63132-5200

AHRC-PLM-S 14 JUL 2009

ORDERS A-06-916551R

COOK STEFAN FREDERICK EAD8 W096AA

THE FOLLOWING ORDER IS REVOKED OR RESCINDED AS SHOWN.

ACTION: REVOKE
Reply With Quote…………….

Yes that’s right. Frobama isn’t legitimate according to the US Armed Forces. Don’t be a stooge and give your lives for that monkey and his izraeli handlers, fighting wars for izreal’s benefit.

Music

July 15, 2009

Listened to some tunes for a while tonight. Nothing beats old Judas Priest and Cheap Trick. As soon as I started on Downed by CT and then Diamonds & Rust by JP, it took me back to the days when everything seemed to rock alot more.

I came across a version of JP doing Mr. Crowley. Man, what a great version. Get it if you can.

Things to do…

July 14, 2009

Things to do now that I have my belly button back (I’m not a clone):

1) Get back on my diet. I need to lose a bit and get back to the repetition. It also makes me more energetic.

2) Finish the Jered Syn video so I can get the DVD and original VHS tape back to Mike in time for his birthday. Also going to try to get him some rounds of .223

3) Get an oil change and tune-up for the truck – new starter for the car.

4) Get the production for the updated Solutrean Anthem underway. Need midi controller back from Watertown.

5) Repair Kim’s two drawrs for her antique dresser.

More as I think of it.