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The World Below / - MacKay mulls Mali mission
« on: January 11, 2013, 11:01:47 AM »
How insensitive of you all.

The UN and Jewry is in Mali because they care deeply about black people..

Jewish Studies / - Judens kill 104 Pakistanis with bomb
« on: January 10, 2013, 03:55:48 PM »

Jacob Gold Comments

Jews (Nee' kikes) set off one bomb, and when the rescuers come, they set off a second bomb.

It really is their 'trademark'

They might as well leave some Marx Bagel wrappers in the crime scene area.

General / - AFR called Hate Group by ADL
« on: January 10, 2013, 12:22:17 PM »
Destination:  Birobijan

The Weather is lovely about 4 months of the year...

General / - AFR called Hate Group by ADL
« on: January 10, 2013, 08:18:20 AM »
The Yid battle flag is a nice touch  ;D

I hadn't had a good laugh in sometime, this caused me to belly laugh...
Smart tactic.

General / AFR called Hate Group by ADL
« on: January 10, 2013, 08:06:17 AM »
(WD Note: Their sarcasm and self deprecation  is rather brilliant..humour works)

ADL calls the AFR another 'hate group' and rallies tirelessly to defend all illegal 'beaners'...
Abe says: 'We Got Your back... Illegals'

Beaners are incredulous and unappreciative of ADL's support. 
Body language suggests 'no love' for AFR or ADL.

FAR Mission:

The purpose of the Free America Rally is to encourage ordinary Americans to understand the reality that we must begin thinking in terms of political unity, with united interests, much like other racial groups do.
Our goal is to generate the momentum and support necessary to eventually compete with the establishment for the hearts and minds of our people by offering them a form of representation that has been previously unavailable.

We are nationalists. We believe that a nation is more than a set of laws, more than a philosophy or an idea to govern by, more than a symbol or a feeling, and more than a collection of people merely drawn together by economic necessity or even social philosophy. We believe, rather, that our nation is an extension of our family.
We do not mean this figuratively either. We mean that our nation is comprised by men and women who share with us blood in common to a meaningful degree.

Activists of the Free America Rally are committed to challenging a political system that has done so much harm to our people and which plans to do further harm. Join with us as we ensure a future for our kind, throughout this land.
Help our effort to remind our people that it is we who are America because it is truly preceding generations of ourselves who conceived of and built this nation, indelibly interweaving our personality within the the very framework and definition of what it means to be American. We intend for our people to thrive here forever.

Im guessing that it would be prudent to wear Bullet proof vests (with armour Plates) under clothing and even Kevlar helmets to any such functions in the future, especially if pointing fngers toward Jewry and Israel...


At the end of the interview Morgan asks Jew-Jones who was behind 9/11 - the answer was "The US Government".... God almighty I am so sick of these Jew clowns (Irving, Jones, David Duke, VNN, Stormfront, Kevin MacDonald, etc)

The reason people should be allowed to own guns is we don't have another Bolshevik Revolution. Jews are pissing in their pants than white people will wake up and they will be hanging from lamp posts. They saw the basic hatred in the madoff deal. They don't dare collapse the economy without the arab as the fall guy.

Aurora, Columbine, Dunblane, Sandy Hook, etc are all jew false flags.

By their Fruits...

AJ threw out 2 huge red herrings, downright lies actually...

1. That Germany Banned guns (Ban was for Jews only, Hitler actually Lowered the gun age from 20 TO 18)

2. That 'the military industrial complex' was behind 911.

Who the F*ck is the military Industrial complex? 
Why not just say Israel and Mossad elements in the CIA, were behind 911?

AJ would go into full body Kvetching if someone called in his show and mentioned the delaration of war ON Germany, by collective Jewry, in 1933- London Times.

What of this book as well?

"Germany Must Perish" published by (jew) Theodore Kaufman, 1940...BARELY after the start of WWII.

Among other things, his book called for :
-Summary sterilization of both male and female German children. (castration and hysterectomies)
-Making Germany a "pastoral" socieity - by force.
Since the versailles treaty hadnt kept Germany from rearming, K
aufman argues that germans should be forced back into an agrarian/feudal society.

The World Below / - The reasoning with assault rifles is flawed
« on: January 07, 2013, 06:17:21 AM »
Not smart.  Perfect storm for a big bloody false flag.

Guns Shows are arguably the safest public function one can attend. For OBVIOUS Reasons.
Same goes with a gun march. 

If gun owners dont affirm our rights and send a message, no one else will.

General / - Horror strikes Negroes in Jewish neighborhood
« on: January 06, 2013, 07:31:29 AM »
Why are all the swastika's drawn back wards in these "events", one would think the real boogie men would get them right. Or, is this some sort of clumsy signal?

Could be a few reasons.

1. Its a backwards Swastika,  therbey depicting a love/charitable symbol.
2 Or a nervous Jew, engaging in false flag, hate activity for promotional and sensational, selfish and self serving purposes.

I think the latter is most accurate.

The World Below / - The reasoning with assault rifles is flawed
« on: January 06, 2013, 07:21:24 AM »
Perry, like so many 'serving' us, no pun intended, is a well known Closet Sodomite Bi Sexual.
The only entity he worsips is Lucifer.
As a Sodomite, he is more Easily blackmailed, controlled.  Doing the JWOs bidding, as is Haggee who works for Jewry.

Stories about Perry’s alleged homosexuality are nothing new in the Lone Star State – dating back to the 1980s when he was first elected to the Texas House of Representatives. The rumors first hit the national radar in 2009 during his gubernatorial primary campaign against U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchinson. Perry wasn’t directly accused of being gay during that election, but Hutchinson’s website curiously included the term “Perry gay” in its website coding.
Hutchinson’s response after being caught?
“We did not know these offensive word associations were being searched for by hundreds of thousands of Texans everyday,” one of her campaign aides said at the time.

He did get a quote directly from Perry’s office, though.
“These are false, malicious, and hurtful rumors, and the Chronicle‘s own investigation acknowledges that fact,” a Perry spokeswoman told the paper.

Having said that, if one of the nation’s most aggressive anti-gay politicians turns out to a closeted homosexual, watch out … although if one of the nation’s most sanctimonious moralizers turns out to be a major league poon hound, that could be problematic for his political future, too.

Texas Governor's Gay Sex Scandal Covered in Austin paper, the  First Non-Internet Media Outlet to Report On It. By Jackson Thoreau

Under the appropriate heading of "Naked City," the weekly Austin Chronicle became the first media source beyond Internet blogs and ezines to report on the alleged sex scandal involving Republican Texas Governor Rick Perry.

The Feb. 26 story by Michael King mentioned a "support rally" this week at the Governor's Mansion for Perry under the theme, "It's OK to Be Gay." The story mentions the numerous rumors that "the governor's marriage is in trouble, that his wife Anita has/will/may decide to divorce him, and that the issue is Rick's alleged infidelity, with one or another member of his administration of undetermined gender.
[Rumors of this sort, about multitudinous politicians, circulate all the time, but the current Perry rumors are indeed extraordinary in their baroque detail and remarkable persistence.]"

King said he looked into the Perry rumors when they first surfaced some weeks ago and "found no evidence of any truth to any of them, whatsoever." He lamented that "nobody will go on the record." Did anyone involved in the story "go on the record" when everyone from Saturday Night Live to Reuters published the alleged affair rumor against John Kerry a few weeks ago? No, but of course, Kerry is a Democrat so the media and people in general believe the myth that Democrats are more likely to have extramarital affairs than Republicans.

King had this comment from Perry spokesperson Kathy Walt: "These are false, malicious, and hurtful rumors, and the Chronicle's own investigation acknowledges that fact."

King also wrote that "numerous other reporters, from here to New York, have looked into the rumors, with, as far as we know, an identical lack of results. Nor do we expect anything we say here to have any effect on the rumors, which have become entirely self-replicating as they echo through the blogosphere."

A note on this story: It is extremely difficult to find "evidence" of extramarital affairs unless one party spills the beans or it comes out in a court divorce document. In 2001, The Washington Post put two reporters to spy on former Democratic Maryland Gov. Parris Glendening, who was rumored to have had sex with Jennifer Crawford, his unmarried chief of staff, while he was separated from his wife. The Post reported in Sept. 2001 that Glendening eased out of Crawford's home early on a few mornings that summer.

Remember that Crawford was unmarried and Glendening was separated. Has any media outlet devoted similar resources to try to catch Perry, who says he is committed to his wife? No. Can anyone recall the media catching a Republican in an affair through such an investigation? I can't. And it's not like Republicans don't have affairs; read my essay at to learn about a few of them.

So just because some reporters found "no evidence" to support the rumors doesn't mean the rumors do not have some basis. It just might take more work to unearth some evidence-- such as reporters following Perry around 24 hours a day as they did to former Democratic Sen. Gary Hart, a potential 1988 presidential candidate, and Glendening - than these reporters can devote at the moment.

The Chronicle also pointed out how last year Perry signed the "Defense of Marriage Act," the Texas Legislature's "latest gratuitous demonstration that it believes gay and lesbian Texans deserve fewer rights than other citizens." The rumors have become stronger as Bush and other Republicans push for a Constitutional amendment to ensure that no gay couple marries.

The Chronicle's story mentioned how Perry and his wife spent Presidents Day weekend in the Bahamas with major political donors James and Cecelia Leininger and John and Bobbi Nau. The official story on this was it was a "working trip" paid for by "campaign funds" to discuss "public school finance." As the Chronicle pointed out, "That is, during a luxury retreat in the Bahamas, the governor discussed "public school finance" with a group of wealthy right-wing activists who have done everything in their power to undermine, or even abolish, public education."

The story is at click here. Here is a photo of the "support Perry" rally.

Meanwhile, a blog written by Wick Allison, publisher/editor of D Magazine, a mainstream city magazine, mentioned that Geoff Connor, Perry's secretary of state and alleged playmate, threatened to track down the source of the rumor and sue. Republicans have blamed a Democratic operative in Houston.

This is from a strong Republican insider and apologist. Allison has given money to Republican candidates, such as $500 to Hillary Clinton's NY Senate opponent in 2000.

That would be an interesting lawsuit if Connor were to actually sue someone, wouldn't it? I doubt he would follow through since the gay stories would get further into the public record.

A politically-connected attorney in Texas told me he has known about Perry's gay side since the 1980s. And two district judges in Odessa told him that the rumor was always there when they served in the Legislature with Perry.
I don't care if he is gay or bi or whatever, what's appalling is the hypocrisy involved - Perry is going around condemning gays and signing laws against them in public while possibly doing something different in private.

And check out this statement in the Texas GOP's platform, the most extreme platform in the country, which also calls for abolishing Social Security, the Department of Education and others, along with getting the U.S. out of the U.N.:
"The Party believes that the practice of sodomy tears at the fabric of society, contributes to the breakdown of the family unit, and leads to the spread of dangerous, communicable diseases. Homosexual behavior is contrary to the fundamental, unchanging truths that have been ordained by God, recognized by our country's founders, and shared by the majority of Texans." It also says, "The party opposes the decriminalization of sodomy."

Perry approved the statement, and all candidates who run as Republicans in Texas have to sign it, or forfeit financial support by the party. So if the homosexual encounter with Perry is true, I would think his own party's leaders would be making plans to get rid of him. I hear Perry won't run for governor again in 2006, even if these rumors die.

I also hear there is a court transcript or statement of facts in the Texas Court of Appeals that contains sworn testimony that former Waco Rep. Lane Denton had an encounter himself with Perry. Some reporters I know are checking on that.

Denton was found guilty in 1995 of diverting $67,201 from the Texas Department of Public Safety Officers Association while serving as its executive director in 1988-89. He received 20 years in prison, but his sentence was suspended, and he was placed on community supervision.

The Austin-based 3rd Court of Appeals, where the Perry document allegedly is, also ruled against Denton.

In the original trial, prosecutors said Denton funneled the trooper group's funds to a public relations company owned by New Orleans architect John Chrestia, who testified that he had been Mr. Denton's gay lover.

General / - The Church of Judicial-Inc is attacked by angry Judens
« on: January 05, 2013, 12:15:38 PM »
There exists a Ruth Bladderstein in every inner Ruth if you will.

General / - Boehner likely to be replaced by Israeli Agent Eric Cantor
« on: January 05, 2013, 12:13:44 PM »
Jesus, I'll take Boehner over Tom Cotton anytime

Give me your address, you too can have the same Star of David Kneepads and Scope.

Do you think youve promoted Boehner enough already?

'Israels Struggle is OUR Struggle'   Pledging Allegiance To Israel.

Your hero looks good here doesnt he? 
Boehner Meeting real Royalty, and one time furniture salesman, Bibi.

Protest ant  Trash....&  Zio poodles, doing the Queens/Rothschilds bidding.

General / - Boehner likely to be replaced by Israeli Agent Eric Cantor
« on: January 05, 2013, 09:24:52 AM »
In the olden days liquor & cigar-smoky rooms was how the politicians worked.  Boehner is just old-school.   ;)

'Old School' as in another Jew Suck up whore....

General / - Boehner likely to be replaced by Israeli Agent Eric Cantor
« on: January 04, 2013, 06:00:33 PM »
Small victory with Boehner winning re-election.  Cantor is a big Jew "Tea Party" star on the basis of what?  Cantor apparently fools his constituents though it seems doubtful an open Jew could have support from a very rural & conservative Virginia district without undue manipulation.  For US public Boehner is a zero but I still have admiration for his political skills & his tacky-cool riverboat gambler look.

It Dont take much political skills to know whose Jew ass to kiss.

For Christmas, I was going to send him  some knee pads Monogrammed with the Star of David and bottle of Scope mouthwash.

He is another AIPAC Whore, Bailout Junkie and Neo Con war monger.
Ive got no use for him-0

General / - Boehner likely to be replaced by Israeli Agent Eric Cantor
« on: January 04, 2013, 05:57:37 PM »
give examples

Of What? 
His cowardess to all things Jew?  Or do you doubt me?  Do your own damn homework then and disprove me.

Maybe you can watch Boehner addressing the AIPAC Convention crowd affimatively stating:

 Or is that not enough brown nosing & Whoring  for you?

General / - Boehner likely to be replaced by Israeli Agent Eric Cantor
« on: January 03, 2013, 05:13:19 PM »
Boehner is a Jew tool.  A true  AIPAC Whore.

Dont know what they have on him, but he sure is loyal, in a blackmailed kind of way.

General / - Negro violence/revenge film plays coons for fools
« on: January 03, 2013, 05:11:50 PM »
By Their Fruits and looks...Tarantino is a Jew.

 Tarantino is obsessed with Nazis and the word Nigger. 

Its a fetish thing like  JG alludes to.

General / - The Church of Judicial-Inc is attacked by angry Judens
« on: January 02, 2013, 07:29:21 PM »
I can still access most of Judicials archives.

Im not going to name where I can find the site as it might compromise it, but suffice to say I was happy to see many of the works online.

Judicial should win a Nobel Prize for Humanitarian Works.

The World Below / - Fearful of ban, buyers swarm gun stores
« on: January 02, 2013, 02:37:33 PM »
Germany's gun laws of 1938

German's passed 1938 gun laws that forbid the Jews as gun dealers, and from owning a gun. Ordinary Germans were allowed all the guns they wanted.

Saint Hitler Lowered the age FOR Germans to own guns from 20 to 18.

Of course, Jews couldnt legally own guns. 
Thats why he was called 'anti gun' but in reality, he was anything but.

Just like the abortion laws he reversed, he did the same with the draconian gun laws he inherited. 
Germany was never a happier, nor more properous nation than when he ruled.
While Americans went through the Great Depression eating road kill, Germans were having record number of births and celebrating life.

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