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The Nazis Are Coming! (They’re Already Here!)

by David Yeagley · August 16, 2009 · 22 Comments ·

The true “neo-Nazi” party of America is apparently the Democrat Party. They’re beginning to make the “skin head” groups look like local high school gangs. Population control, included mass death plans for the elderly and unproductive, mass coercive abortion–and sterilization, and obvious eugenic interests, the Democrat Party has to be the new National Socialist Party of America. Forget the Communist Party. That was bad enough, but the new Nazi Party? That’s really frightening.

Slick-suited, smooth talking Republicans may consider this kind of alarm to be detrimental and foolish, but I say DC Republicans are weak, vomitable, and even in on the take. It certainly looks that way.

Dr. Jack Wheeler thinks we’re in for another OKC bombing, another 1995 “staged” terrorist act. On his To The Point news site, he published “Will Obama Go to Oklahoma?” (August 12, 2009). Wheeler points out that the OKC bombing was staged just six months after the Dems had lost 50 seats to the “Pubs,” and 105 days after Newt Gingrich became Speaker of the House. President Bill Clinton (through Hillary) was trying to cram Universal Health Care down the country’s throat then, also, and something had to be done to turn the tide of public opinion around. The Dems were losing ground almost as fast as Barry “The Alien” Soetoro is losing it now. (Wheeler calls Barry “Zero” in his article.)

Dr. Jack Wheeler

Wheeler thinks Timothy McVeigh was used by the Democrats and their media to smear permanently and utterly anything from the right, anything conservative, anything Republican.

The “right wing militia” scare is being built up to a liberal peak once again, and Minutemen are denounced as “terrorists,” like McVeigh.

So what suddenly appears in the media this week? Headlines blaring “Officials See Rise in Militia Groups across US.”

Articles quoting Zero’s Dept. of Homeland Security: “White supremacists and militias are more violent and thus more likely to conduct mass-casualty attacks on the scale of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.”

“It’s only a matter of time,” claims an agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms, the same outfit of fascists that precipitated the Waco Massacre (see America’s Saddam from September 2002.)

Wheeler expects Barry & Co. to stage a domestic terrorist attack, and then to immediately blame it on the right.

Don’t think that Nancy Pelosi’s accusation of “un-American mobs” of “angry right-wing” protesters at town halls “waving swastikas” was an emotional outburst. It was setting the stage. Folks, we are being set up. Just like in 1995.

The only question is, what sort of staged terrorist act will be perpetrated? That there will be one is a sure bet. What it will be is anyone’s guess. My own guess is that it will be a staged attempt (which will of course fail) on Zero’s [Barry’s] life.

One tip off: the media is starting to run stories about death threats to Zero [Barry] and connecting them to “right-wing protests.”

You know, like those people who protest Barry’s Nazi Health Care at town hall meeting, who attend Tea Parties, and so forth. You know, just the kind of thing that eventually came after Bismark’s Health Insurance Bill of 1883. It’s all about national “unity,” German style. They just can’t have protest or kill-joys. Everyone has to march in step.

And American armed forces are in on it, too. At least the domestic forces, like the Army National Guard. A short while ago, they were advertising a position for “Internment/Resettlement Specialist” under their Military Occupation Specialties. That ad is absent from the NG site now, but others captured it before it was removed. The advertisement read in part:

As an Internment/Resettlement Specialist for the Army National Guard, you will ensure the smooth running of military confinement/correctional facility or detention/internment facility, similar to those duties conducted by civilian Corrections Officers. This will require you to know proper procedures and military law; and have the ability to think quickly in high-stress situations. Specific duties may include assisting with supervision and management operations; providing facility security; providing custody, control, supervision, and escort; and counseling individual prisoners in rehabilitative programs.

By joining this specialty, you will develop the skills that will prepare you for a rewarding career with law enforcement agencies or in the private security field.

Are there really that many anticipated military prisoners, on American soil, that the NG should advertise a career in such management? Do we not need to rethink all the “closed” military bases in the country? Will they not have some serious use in the future? Are they numbered as part of the 800 FEMA camps already prepared for occupation throughout the country? Just exactly who will be the military prisoners? Anyone declared “un-American,” Pelosi-style?

Alarming, isn’t it? It gives new meaning to the 2nd Amendment, and the right to bear arms, to defend ourselves against America’s enemies, foreign or domestic. But, whoddathunk the “domestic” enemy would be our own government? Have we become as hysterically naive as the German population of the 1930’s? Daniel J. Goldhagen’s book, “Hitler’s Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust” (1997) needs to be revisited. He says the Holocaust could never have happened unless the normal German population allowed it, or consented, or desired it. A bold position, indeed, but, are we not witnessing something quite similar developing in the United States of America this day? I doubt if there will be Jews targeted, but rather, “normal” Americans. Indeed, the patriots will be denounced as terrorists! (And, no doubt, there will be a good number of Jews among them.)

Some things to think about–quick! The Soros Death Plan, Barry’s Health Care, National Guard internment camps for “un-Ameridcans; it’s all Democrat. And if not all Democrats think this way, they need to stand up and step out. Storm’s a’ comin’, and it ain’t from Stormfront.

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  • 1 beakerkin // Aug 16, 2009 at 12:54 pm   

    This is a step in the right direction albeit overly alarmist and flawed. I doubt you have bothered to read the book by Goldhagen. Had you bothered to read the book in question you would have understood his premise was not in the spirit with this post.

    Lets start off by stating there are 100% valid reasons to oppose Obama’s programs. The government works best in a regulatory capacity
    as opposed to a provider. This is not just limited to the United States, but a general rule.
    Corporations have a vested interest in making sure the market delivers goods and services. There are times when government may need to
    temporarily step in and intervene in the short term during a crisis.

    What is being discussed albeit in alarmist hysterical tones is the governmental quandary of scarcity/efficiency of resources. In general as technology becomes more expensive we are faced with long term decisions on cost. This is just a real problem with government delivering services in general.

    As a person who has not worked professionally
    with law you do not understand legal incrementalism. The concept is that every time a law is created there are unintended consequences. For example there was a series of laws where law enforcement was forbidden to ask the immigration status of crime victims.
    The idea was noble in that it was in the public interest for rape victims to seek the protection of law enforcement agencies. Over time this rule has been extended to perpetrators creating a maze of legal issues elsewhere. No doubt such sweeping legislation would have a series of dramatic unintended consequences.

    The most probable ones would be a series of choices of what is a priority by an army of paper
    pushers. The local army of paper pushers are known as webees. Webees is a way of describing a mindset “We be here before you and long after you are gone”. There would likely be a decrease in the quality of care and accountability as well.

    The level of rhetoric of many of the Obama critics has been alarmist and irresponsible. The
    Bush and Clinton derangement crews saw the political center move away from angry rhetoric.
    Of course Bush wasn’t Hitler and the over the top rhetoric helped Bush beat Kerry. Similarly,
    all this Nazi talk and some bordering on the classic blood libel. ( Not pointing the finger at you on that account) are actually hurting the cause.

    It is the job of the Obama opponents to suggest a reasonable alternative. Sadly in all the deserved furor about immigration reform we failed to deliver an alternative to the flawed present system. Do nothing is sometimes a valid strategy. However, it was not the case with a system that needs to be readdressed on many levels.

    We should be talking about insurance reforms
    as an alternative.

  • 2 David Yeagley // Aug 16, 2009 at 1:57 pm   

    A desperately tyrannical government, or one planning to be, is not re-directed by quiet, courteous discussion.

    Why don’t you admit you’re a liberal, Beak. You would save yourself a lot of trouble.

    What’s going on now has been in the offing for decades. We’ll live to see America become a tyranny, Communist or Nazi, your choice, or we’ll witness another revolution.

    By the way, I have Goldhagen’s book, and have read a serious amount of it. I have described his sentiments exactly. He did not, however, say it was all Germans, but a significant portion, large enough that the program of tyranny was acceptable.

    The point: tyranny first appears logical and even necessary, in the name of socialist (Communist or Nazi, your choice) “equality.”

    America preaches equal opportunity, not equal outcome. Material-based equality was rejected even by Plato. Economic equalty is what the Dems (and certain Jews involved) are aiming for in the Health Care/Wealth Share plan.

    Economic equality means tyranny.

  • 3 beakerkin // Aug 16, 2009 at 2:28 pm   


    It is apparent you did not read the same book I did. Goldhagen’s thesis was that the Holocaust was an expression of a uniquely German expression of antisemitism. You might be confusing that book with Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust.

    Is the best you can do come up with Liberal? It is apparent you have not bothered to read my response.

    Your thinking has become overly alarmist and second rate. No doubt not having a Kidst, a Hun
    or Mac to keep you sharp has produced inferior writing. A series of toadies and Jackboot
    lickers has reduced you to a Looney Tunes cartoon ala Foghorn Leghorn with an Oklahoma accent. “Ah Think ahh am a Patriot son..Now listen up while AHH makes a mockery
    of da concept”.

    Unlike you I am an American committed to the noble sentiments of the founding fathers. As I stated many times in your forum America is a nation of individual rights. All people are supposed to have equal opportunity which is different from equal outcomes. This is a concept I have stated many times while your rabid attack dogs denigrated Jews as foreigners, read your own site for edification.

    Once again you feel some compulsion to identify Jews with an unpopular policy. Do you feel a similar need to discuss whatever ethnicity Joe Biden is? You take two steps forward and one step back. Is this the Yeagley
    mindless bigotry Chacha.

    The policy is not about equality in anyone’s mind but yours. It is about the governmental role in the regulation or control of an industry.
    There are many valid reasons for opposing this policy but hyper alarmism is not one of them.

    The issue is a bad policy that is legitimately opposed for a number of valid reasons. The first being it will not deliver resources as efficiently as the private sector. Number two it will create an army of paper pushers who will ultimately deliver a worse standard of care than we have presently.

    We should be discussing Insurance reform.

  • 4 David Yeagley // Aug 16, 2009 at 8:11 pm   

    Look, if you’re determined to pose as an enemy, I’ll have to be rid of you. This is your choice. Your reasoning is faulty, hostile, not even humorous, and actually a ploy to post your own preconceived conclusions. You have become a troll, of your own choice.

    You have lied, in everyone’s face, a number of times now. I know you deny it, but it is clear. This is why I have not removed your posts.

    I suggest that you cease posting, for your own good, at least here. You’re type of thinking is what turns many people against Jewish things, Beak. You need to understand this.

    You can try to make analogies about me and Indians, but, there’s a big difference. You apparently know absolutely nothing about Indians, and apparently have never known any Indians. I, on the other hand, have spent much of my life in Jewish things, with Jewish people. Being Jewish doesn’t exempt you from the most obvious failures. This, though, is Beak, this isn’t because you’re Jewish. This is because you are you. You present yourself as the superior thinker, but you’re not. I’m leaving your posts, so that all can see the evidence of your misreading, your prejudice, your out and out misquoting or lies, and your other maladies of reasoning.

    Again, I suggest you don’t post anymore. Just a suggestion, for your sake.

  • 5 beakerkin // Aug 16, 2009 at 9:34 pm   

    Do as you must Doc.

    The fact that you can not state what I have misquoted or lied about is proof positive that you have been beaten. You throw around the term prejudiced and in your case is an expert opinion being a distinguished bigot yourself.

    Today you no doubt read the words of Tall Soldier. He cites the same immature bigotry that I see. We both swore an oath to protect and serve.

    You have a right to be against Obama as I am myself. However, my difference is based entirely on policy and not on alarmist rhetoric.

    What have I lied about or misquoted. It would seem if you had a point you would have raised it by now. You have no point and no response to the critique. The best you can do is cry victim.

    You know less than nothing about Jewish matters. I seldom comment on Indian matters as other than Betty Ann they are adult enough to handle their own affairs.

    This is not about Indians. I do not comment on such matters. This is more of the smoke and mirrors game you play.

    Lets see the Dr calls me a failure based on what. I serve the country faithfully every day and left another career to do so. I am proud of my vocation and the wonderful people who serve with me. What have you done that compares with that write a few articles or go on a news show or two.

    You were not misquoted as I have zero need to do so. The fact that you can not grasp why a Jew would object to your calling a Jew a Nazi shows you know very little of our people.

    The fact that you continue to portray Communism as a “Jewish” movement illustrates
    my point effectively. The Jews as Bolsheviks and Bankers was a Nazii slogan you merely sliced in half. The reality is every group has Communists including your own.

    The question remains who has misrepresented
    whom. I am a true patriot who serves his country with pride. I believe in the big table of equals. My country does not have second class citizens, black or other wise. I have been very clear about this being a country of individual rights. I have stated numerous times that the goal is equality of opportunity, not outcome.

    You pretend that you understand Patriotism, but you do not grasp it. The Tall Soldier, Warren and I took oaths to defend our country
    when we serve. We understand that there will be times like now where we see the country headed down the wrong path. In such times it is my duty to exercise all legal avenues within the system to protest and state my vision. I oppose the policies of Obama, but love my country and its people. I will likely be on hand 9-12 and hope the Stormfronter types don’t foul the place up with their stench.

    You know nothing about Judaism. You use your
    stance on Judaism to mask your more odious associations with racial supremacists. How many times did you thank me for my patience as the parade of Joooo haters stank up the forum. Funny, but none of the other Jewish contributors stays for long. They grow weary of excuse after excuse for why we need to be patient. You cite Rebnattan as a source except
    when he told you that Betty Ann was a hard core racist.

    You fail to grasp the basics of Judaism, No doubt you can bandy scripture and listen to Jackie Mason routines but the substance and reality of who we are eludes you. I have a friend who recently converted from being a Catholic Priest to being a messianic Jew. He told me I had no idea of the stuff Jews are subjected to. FYI the man is a Vietnam Veteran
    and is by no means sheltered.

    Jews understand some basics and your racial hangups are alien to us. We do not discriminate on the basis of race. A Jew from the Ivory Coast is equal to a Jew from Norway,
    A real Jew has no greater interest than seeing his child marry another Jew regardless of race.

    Jewish people find talk of racial supremacy to be offensive. The reason for this is quite obvious as we were exterminated on this very concept.

    You may in your mind think you are a friend to the Jewish people. However, we want no part of racial supremacy of any kind.

    Now you might blame your falling out with Horowitz on the Jew issue. David Horowitz is a very sharp man who wants nothing to do with racial arsonists. He has posted articles against the Birther movement and over the top hysteria
    aimed at Obama. Perhaps you missed the direction he is going in because you are off the map.

  • 6 kuhnkat // Aug 16, 2009 at 11:14 pm   


    too bad you and Horowitz are too liberal to realise that the Birther movement is solid Constitutionalism.

    IF O’bama really was born in the US he should simply prove it, as Butthead McCain proved HE was eligible when leftards brought his birth into question.

    Not doing so shows contempt for the most basic law of our country.

    In the off chance that he really ISN’T a natural born citizen, what is your and Horowitz’s excuse for crapping on the Constitution??

  • 7 beakerkin // Aug 17, 2009 at 1:17 am   


    I am well aware of the Constitutional issues. Unlike Yeagley, I am trained in law. The issue is paranoia and speculation. Such determinations are made solely in the VA lab, not by self proclaimed web experts.

    I will gladly stick with Horowitz on style and substance.

  • 8 David Yeagley // Aug 17, 2009 at 8:18 am   

    Baak: you feel some compulsion to identify Jews with an unpopular policy

    For your self-deluded benefit, I point out to you that this is a false accusation, and a lie. It is anti-Gentile. It is prejudice.

    All I did was point out that Soros, and Dr. Emanual are death marchers. I pointed out that this is “agonizingly ironic,” since Jews, of all people, should beware of such mass programs. I said also that they are not at all in harmony with most Jews, which have the opposite view of the elderly, showing unlimited care and compassion.

    Yet, you are “compelled” to accuse me of anti-semitism.

    The problem is you, Beak. You are a self-congratulating, pompous, self-aggrandizing person, and you turn people against Jews. Plus, you don’t read carefully, you don’t remember accurately, and your principle mission is to accuse.

    This does no good for Jewish people. I’m telling you, as a Gentile, what turns Gentiles off about the Jews.

    Your constant braggadocio about “beating” anyone and everyone in any and every argument is absolutely juvenile. Yet, in your mind, you are vastly superior to any and all.

    This is morally wrong, Beak. You have a spiritual problem. You can’t hide it in politics, either.

    You’re now hijacking every thread or post. You’re now trying to dominate every topic, every angle. This, again, is offensive. It is your character that is offensive. Be advised. Please.

  • 9 keyboard jockey // Aug 17, 2009 at 9:59 am   

    The Progressives make a problem more complicated than it needs to be, like 1,018 page, health care ?insurance? reform bill. Toward what end? Centralizing Power in D.C. it is a power grab. Obama uses words like “Crisis” for support for his health care insurance reform bill- which one? He doesn’t really care. But the American public has crisis fatigue. Like the commercial for Staples, when they press the easy button. The progressives have pushed the crisis button one too many times. Remember SOS Hillary Clinton, brought the reset button with her to Russia. The progressive wing of the Democrat party, that is in control of the party right now -Thanks in part to George Soros’s money. They do have an agenda a plan, and they are losing support. Some Americans need ramped up alarmist rhetoric just to get their attention. That is why the Blue Dog Democrats, slowed the process down, they know their isn’t support among the NON ultra liberal wing of the Democrat party. They want to be reelected in 2010.

    Who are the Progressives? They don’t like to be called Liberals. It’s important to know your enemy.

    New Left

    The Progressives, intentionally make the legislation they propose, and pass complicated, and difficult for the majority of people to understand. We were promised Transparency but we have received Obfuscation. Orwell called this double speak, example, up is down and down is up :)

    “OCCAM’S RAZOR.” On the other hand, don’t make a problem more complicated than it needs to be.

    Occam’s Razor

  • 10 keyboard jockey // Aug 17, 2009 at 10:04 am   

    “they know there isn’t support” I need more coffee.

  • 11 David Yeagley // Aug 17, 2009 at 10:19 am   

    And now Barry’s going for the Immigration Reform! All this “Reform” is, as you say, obfuscation, so that they can slip in highly outrageous law while everyone’s trying to figure out what’s going on.

    But the people are becoming wise. Let’s hope it’s not too late.

  • 12 David Yeagley // Aug 17, 2009 at 12:50 pm   

    Beak, look at this, from a fundamental Jewish web site:

    Jews in the Obama Administration

    No, I didn’t mention this, as an anti-semite would. The reason? It is irrelevant to my point–which is only the irony element. It is ironic that a couple of Jews like Soros and Emanuel would advocate a death march for the public.

    I’m not accusing the idiocy of Tim Geithner, or any other Jews involved in the financial affairs of the country. There’s nothing “Jewish” about their behavior in this regard.

    But, there is irony in the Soros, Emanuel death program. I’m not saying that they’re on the march because they are Jewish, but only pointing out that I would not expect such a march from a Jewish person.

    Now, you can say they’re not “Jewish,” but, that comment doesn’t resound outside your own head. Remember, your concern must be what the Gentiles think is true, not what you think is true. The object here is communication.

  • 13 rebnatan // Aug 17, 2009 at 5:33 pm   

    “I have a friend who recently converted from being a Catholic Priest to being a messianic Jew. ”

    No such thing, if by “messianic,” you mean a Jew who accepts Jesus. You can believe in Jesus, or be a Jew, not both. There is no such hybrid, hence there is no such “conversion.”

  • 14 beakerkin // Aug 17, 2009 at 5:39 pm   


    Lets start off with the accusations.

    1) Either you didn’t read the Goldhagen book or are mistaking it for the premise of the widely read Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust.

    Even a brief reading of Goldhagen’s book shows that the authors point was that the Holocaust was a uniquely German expression of innate antisemitism. I read the book from cover to cover as did the Hun. I spoke with an additional four people who read that book and nobody drew your inferences. I think you have the two books mixed up.

    2) Anti Gentile????? You must be in Kato Kaelin mode again. That is the most absurd accusation I have heard.

    3) Once again you don’t get it. Rather than grasp how offensive what you wrote is to Jewish
    people you attack my alleged arrogance.

    FYI; I do not write on Indian matters. I do not represent myself as such. Other than Betty Ann Indians can handle their own affairs without my input.

    It is the height of arrogance to lecture a real Jew about what is or is not offensive to Jews. The post as written was deeply offensive on many levels.

    All that was required by you was a basic understanding of the gaffe and the episode was over. You could have then used your reputation to get the benefit of the doubt.

    You might try to spin this one but it was a but one very stupid point that really did not need to be raised at all. Do we see these silly points made about Swedes or Poles in the administration.

    Moving onto the more important point calling Jews (Emanuel) Nazis is deeply offensive to Jews. For a person that claims to have an expertise in Jewish traditions this is a basic concept.

    You also continue to repeat half of the classic Nazi slogan “Jews are the bankers and the Bolsheviks”. There are communists in every ethnicity including your own. Why do you continue to identify a genocidal movement as Jewish. Then you really compound matters with a flip remark about blaming Eugenics and the Holocaust on some obscure philosophers.

    You pretend that you have some deep insight into my community and fail to grasp why your remarks would be offensive. Rather, than point out you don’t believe these things in your heart
    and it was a poor choice of words you attack.

    My Jewish credentials are superior to your studies and visits. You can read the book and get an idea, but you really just do not have the substance down at all. I am 100% Jewish on both sides as far back as can be traced. I was raised in the Modern Orthodox community and still travel within those circles as an insider. Your observations are at best as the role of an honored guest.

    Rather than continue to go back and forth, lets try the following.

    1) Do you comprehend why calling a Jew a Nazi
    would be offensive to Jews?
    2) Do you understand the history of the slogan
    “Jews are the Bankers and the Bolsheviks”?
    3) Did you really attempt to blame the Holocaust on anyone other than the perpetrators?
    4) Most agree that the comments of Motoy who
    talks of Neocon cabals in the Bush and Obama administration are bigoted? Is it similarly bigoted to point exclusively to the Jewish role in
    a particular policy.

    Doc one more thing. Real Jews do not apologize and worry what those with hatred in their heart think. Prove to me that you have honest intentions and address the points.

  • 15 beakerkin // Aug 17, 2009 at 7:05 pm   


    I am aware of the traditional stance on such matters in our community. In the case of my friend he sought an originalist version of Christianity without paganism.

    My friend who is a Vietnam Veteran admitted he was unprepared for the hostility he has encountered by identifying himself as a Jew.

    I do agree with the traditional view on this matter. However, I want to point out my friend has nothing but love for the Jewish people and is a loyal ally.

  • 16 GENO // Aug 17, 2009 at 7:37 pm   

    All this Jewish nonsense gets really trite as if everything has to be about Jews(or “Jooos”).
    So I’ll digress and go out of my limb here as I return once again..

    Given the rise of extreminism of the far Right. What the Obama administration needs to do is implement the same law enforcement policies and tactics that they used in the 90’s at the height of wing-ding anti-government activities. Which btw, saw a gradual decline by 2000. Obama needs to boost law enforcement manpower and resources to help maintain the rule of law, if such wing-nuts were to wage some kind of “un-American” revolution. Just because we have a “Black President” or whatnot. Its to ensure the our safety as Americans. And I fully support Obama in this regard/approach. We cannot afford to have angry bitter, and lesser white supremacists throwing up anarchy admist the Nation’s recovery from 8 years of Bush(wacked) tyranny and mismanagements.

    As an Independent voter(former Republican voter), I also support the diversifying of the Republican Party as we’ve seen with Micheal Steel and Bobby Jihndal and many non-white Republicans by helping to erase the tarnished image that “the Republican Party is a white man’s party”. To which it is not. This was explained at the recent Republican forum I attended not too long ago. And if memory serves me correctly, it was president JBL who signed the Civil Rights Act in the 60’s. And he was also an avid critic and foe of the KKK during the height of their political powers in the early 1900. I like to see the Republican Party return to the party of respected businessmen and leaders rather than the party of bigots and racists like Yeagley among others.

  • 17 David Yeagley // Aug 17, 2009 at 8:03 pm   

    Didn’t you at least pretend to be Indian, GENO? Perhaps I’m mistaken. I don’t know why you would otherwise be particularly impressed with Negroes and Hindus being “included” in the Republican venue. How completely “racist” of you.

    I’ll be impressed when there’s an American Indian in a presidential cabinet.

    On the other hand, perhaps what has kept Indians Indian all these years is a decided disinterest in participation in the white world. Let them have their imported darkies. Indians are apparently content to remain aloof–especially with the chief darky fires an female Indian attorney general of a large Indian state–for the sake of a personal white crony.

    Please. You obviously don’t have any idea what a racist is. Certainly, your theory doesn’t allow Indians the right to be Indian.

  • 18 David Yeagley // Aug 17, 2009 at 8:14 pm   

    Beak, I’ve already noted your failure to read carefully, think accurately, or responded directly. I can’t take you seriously at this point. Not as a thinker. You are blatantly and apparently intentionally false in your ‘re-statement’ of anything I’ve said. This is beyond offensive. This is a mental block of some kind in you. I can’t take you seriously.

    As a Jew, yes. But not as a believer. You discount how others see you, as if their view is invalid or insignificant. This is a fatal error.

    I’ll try to think on a response to that, not to your sophomoric “challege.” I think the main problem here is your disingenuous concern about Jewish ethnicity. Your ideology pretends to transcend it, but in a way that denies other the right to their own ethnicity.

    But I think you do very much care about Jewish ethnicity. You just don’t or won’t admit it. This is my approach to you. You see how difficult it is, then, to say anything to you. You’re trying to be in commend of the conversation, that’s all. You won’t address the deepest, most important issues directly.

    But I will continue to try, not to reason with you, but to communicate with you.

  • 19 kuhnkat // Aug 18, 2009 at 12:06 am   


    your claims of being knowledgeable in law approach lying.

    You ignore that here in California and in other states attempted candidates HAVE been disqualified for not being old enough. As being a natural born citizen is listed with the age requirement it IS necessary for the candidate to PROVE their eligibility on request.

    Please try to get a grip on reality before you float off into that Commie Utopia where only the Gubmint is allowed to make choices for you and decide who your candidates are going to be!!!


    Is your blog becoming so little visited that you have to run around attacking others to gather notoriety??

  • 20 John Sandusky // Aug 18, 2009 at 12:27 am   

    JBL (he means LBJ) who signed the Civil Rights Act in the 60’s. And he was also an avid critic and foe of the KKK during the height of their political powers in the early 1900.

    LBJ harassed the KKK during his presidency in the 1960’s because human beings are hardest on their own.

    Why the Democrats started the KKK.

  • 21 beakerkin // Aug 18, 2009 at 1:49 am   


    Your point was addressed and if you are trained in law and document analysis than we could discuss the matter as equals. The fact is these are areas a person in my field works with every day.

    I am aware of your concerns, but you are obviously not aware of how the matter is resolved. I will stick with the vision of David Horowitz.


    Obviously you have zero clue about Jews and can not respond to the points that are fairly simple and easily understood. If you had a response you would have given it long ago.

    You have clearly not read the Goldhagen book or more than likely have confused the book with Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust. The premise of the Goldhagen book was that the Holocaust was a Uniquely German Expression of Eliminationist Antisemitism that may be Inate,
    Goldhagen would more than likely be amazed that you misread his material. I was quite amazed to find out how many people have actually read the book in question.

    Rather, than address the legitimate concerns
    you once again attack me as a nonbeliever, There is no basis for this rather mindless attack
    and it is a rather sophomoric tactic on your part,
    I am more religious than you assume and it is rather obvious who does not understand the basics of Judaism.

    The Jewish people do not have your obsessions about race or blood. In fact we find
    the matter to be very disturbing for fairly obvious reasons.

    A Jew is a Jew regardless of race or country of origin. This is a fairly simple concept I have stated many times on your blog. This concept was also stated succinctly by Rebnatan. Your rather ignorant attack dog then attacked Rebnathan on this point. Rebnatan correctly pointed out that Betty Ann is a bigot. You merely ignored his comments.

    As to who does not grasp what concept the matter is fairly obvious. America, Christianity and Judaism are inclusive concepts open to all
    those who believe in a series of shared values.
    Your racial obsessions make a mockery of all
    three concepts.

    There is nothing American or Conservative about racial supremacy. Racial supremacy is not patriotism it is a mockery of the concept, A patriot understands that this country does not have second class citizens, Black or otherwise.

    You delude yourself that your readings and visits grant you special insight into our community. You visit the community as at best an honored guest. You define the Jew not as we are, but within the framework of your rather limited hangups.

    Your failure to grasp the rather simple points I have raised shows your rather limited grasp of the Jewish community. Sorry, but my grasp of my own community that I have resided in as insider exceeds your grasp as an honored guest.

  • 22 midnightstar14 // Aug 18, 2009 at 8:40 am   

    The real debate in “universal health care” is summarized in a one-word question:


    In other words,

    -Who gets the benefits?
    -Who is made to pay?
    -When resources run short, who gets cut off?

    Older (mostly White) folks realize that they’re going to be drawing the short straws in a government-dominated health-care system where the government is made up of a few minority anti-white bigots and a seeming majority of anti-white white enablers.

    Pointing out the congruence between this future hypothetical health care system deciding who is life unworthy of life and other past historical systems that made such judgements is valid, but probably should have been done with a lighter touch.

    Don’t be too surprised that people respond with more emotion than thought if you’re going to hurl emotional grenades to bring attention to your argument.

    Re: the ‘Birther’ controversy:
    I think the only end result of bringing up Obama’s possibly foreign birth is a revision of the Constitution that allows for foreign-born presidents. Too many have too much invested in Obama to allow a little thing like law to get in the way of having a nonwhite in the top executive position. If the law turns out to be a problem…then change the law!

    My final comment is for Beakerkin:

    You are certainly welcome to define your peoplehood in any way you desire. You do NOT, however have the right to say that MY definition of peoplehood is invalid because it is racial!
    Nothing gives you that right to arrogantly dictate that to others.

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