Preaching far and wide the good news about the easily solvable problem in our midst
A I recently came across an article written by a Jewish reporter in Chicago.
The gist of the article was that he was upset because traditional Americans (White people) who formerly supported the NFL were reported to have been polled and it was found that some 80% were opposed to the way black people were protesting the playing of the National Anthem before football games.
The deluge of idiocy from Jewish influenced leftists and Jews themselves seems almost nonstop.
Look to the left and you soon learn that the activity known as enjoying a day out in nature or a short extended camping trip is simply too White. A recent article in
Reporting on a college campus in California, we hear this amazing bit of delusional whining,
In a very rare turn of events, a nasty Jewish-supremacist hatemongering operative has been exposed by none other than Huffington Post.
The operative is 45-year-old Amy Jane Mekelburg of New York. It’s a very rare comeuppance for a Zionist-Jewish supremacist pumping out an anti-Islam screed. Usually these Jews are the ones dishing it out and doing the doxing. Her husband, a WWE exec, was canned as a consequence. But unlike the goyim — who could lose their jobs, if they let slip even one tweet or comment that Jews don’t like — Mekelburg operated with impunity for five years.
And with 225,000 Twitter followers (((somebody))) was promoting her. According to Huff Post, Mekelburg’s best connection was through Anni Cyrus, who produces (((The Glazov Gang))), an Islamophobic talk show that can be found on YouTube. Host Jamie Glazov is the editor of one of (((David Horowitz’s))) anti-Muslim publications. Mekelburg asked for Cyrus’ help in launching her own anti-Muslim organization. Cyrus, who did not respond to HuffPost’s requests for comment, greeted Mekelburg’s overture with enthusiasm.
If Curt Flood had not existed, not even Marvin Miller could have invented him.
Who Curtis Charles Flood was and precisely his significance in baseball history is something that can't be understood just by looking at the record book. Not that Flood suffers from such an examination. He played 15 years from 1956 to 1971. (He took the 1970 season off, which is something I'll discuss in a moment.) He batted .293, was a three-time All-Star, and, playing centerfield for the St. Louis Cardinals, won Gold Glove seven consecutive seasons, from 1963-1969. He was on three pennant-winning teams with the Cardinals and earned two World Series rings. But it's what Curt Flood didn't do in 1969 that helped change the game forever: He did not accept a trade.
Patrick has evolved his presentation style quickly and impressively as he continues to absorb all the variables needed to be a good, responsive candidae.
[Patrick Little, a 33-year-old married White, a USMC veteran of Afghanistan, and an experienced IT engineer, is running for US Senate in California. He’s been censored off from social media after trying to start a discussion about the jewish supremacist control of many critical institutions of the United States and its government.
Here, Little is interviewed by Luke Ford, an Australian living in the USA, who “converted” to Judaism in 1993, on his Senate run and how he came to hold his views, and his desire to liberate America from the Zionist Occupational Government!
There is certainly nothing wrong with playing a game of golf or enjoying the company of friends and family over Memorial Day weekend, but you can still enjoy your holiday weekend while dedicating at least some portion of your days to making a difference in the lives of your loved ones and your community.
As Memorial Day weekend rolls-around again, by all means you should take some time to enjoy your weekend but you should also take some time to reflect on the sacrifices of countless brave men and women who have given you the freedom to enjoy this upcoming holiday weekend. Like all of America’s honored veterans who gave their lives so that we may have the good lives we now enjoy, we must also make sacrifices of our own if we intend to keep our cherished way of life.
In the following manifesto of the First Anti-Jewish Congress, held in the Saxon capital shortly after the first wave of German antisemitism peaked, participants wove virtually all the threads of the “Jewish question” into the fabric – the fabrication – of a monumental struggle against international “Jewish parasitism.” Claiming that all Christian nations had no choice but to recognize the Jew as biologically alien, it called for a reversal of Jewish emancipation and for the expansion of an antisemitic “movement of self-protection.” The meeting's delegates constitute a virtual Who’s Who of German, Austrian, and Hungarian antisemites at the time. That these figures were still vying with each other for leadership of the movement is suggested by the addendum co-authored by two Bavarian aristocrats. But the delegates were in agreement that previous government initiatives in defense of the “Christian state” had been ineffective. The tone of this document is very different from the preceding description of the “Reichshall Meeting”; yet for purposes of agitation, it was its perfect complement, purporting to document the international “Jewish conspiracy” with historical “facts” rather than with inflammatory phrases. As such, it is typical of other contemporary manifestos, pamphlets, and pseudo-scientific tracts that also claimed to offer empirical evidence of the Jews’ so-called “lust for world domination.”
While Alex Jones and the conspiracy-hug Infowars is often roped in with the Alt Right, it really doesn’t fit. The Alt Right is defined primarily by its white nationalism, not just its cultural friends and online behavior. Instead, Jones, at least in his current incarnation, is more a part of the populist radical right sphere that does not commit to full white nationalism, and what we generally refer to as the Alt Light. While he may like Trump, hate immigrants, and argue for a range of radical right policies, he simply does not validate the open anti-Semitic and white supremacist statements.
Patrick Little is more than an hour into an anti-Jewish tirade that doubles as the centerpiece of his campaign to unseat U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein when he issues a blunt warning.
“The longer the Jews try to hold onto power in a country where the public’s waking up to them … the harsher the reprisal is,” the Albany resident and former Marine told J. this week. “It’s Jewish behavior that gets people angry at Jews. What you call anti-Semitism is caused by Jewish behavior.”