Monthly Archives: November 2014

Niggers ‘chimp out’ for the right to steal in Ferguson MO

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OK I said it Nigger. Nigger, Nigger, Nigger… That’s what they want to call them selves, but if anyone else says it they are racist or prejudiced, even other blacks.

So lets face it Nigger is not strictly defined by race or ethnicity, its actually defined by a value system that promotes theft, thuggery, violence, drug dealing, drug dependence, ignorance, misogyny, tyranny and squalor, basically Marxism for the very stupid.

Of course you can contribute to society if you chose to and put in some effort and learn a useful skill. In the accounting of life you can chose to be an asset or a liability, too many people are choosing to be a liability.

1378044393810So you can be black and be smart and/or successful, but you probably need to pull your pants up, pay for things at the store, and earn money rather than stealing it.

So lets spell it out really clearly:

1) A large frame man (Man A) steals a box of cigars from a store using threats of violence.

2) (Man A) Punches a man (Man B) in the face while man B is sitting in his car.

3) Man B stops further up the road and gets out of his  car.

4)  Man B is stunned and partially blinded in one eye from the punch, Man B is afraid Man A will try to steal his gun and then kill him.

5) Man A charges at Man B, Man B yells at Man A to stop, Man A keeps charging.

6) Man B starts shooting at Man A, because that is the only way he can preserve his own life.

7) Man A receives multiple guns shots the last one or two being fatal.

So who is at fault here, Man A or Man B?

If you say Man B is at fault you clearly aren’t looking at the facts, and it is you who is prejudiced.

So true.

So true.

Ferguson MO protest riots tagged

So the Niggers start rioting and looting, attempting to create a race war and blame all the non-Niggers for it. Marxist are all over it, but as usual are backing the wrong horse.

Police brutality and excessive force are sadly common, I have seen plenty of it first hand, but this was not an example of it. This was an example of a man defending himself against a murderous thug.

Thugs please be fore-warned: I will defend my self using everything at my disposal to defend my life, So don’t be surprised when you get your ass handed to you.

Update 13 March 2015:

They are at it again, two police officers shot at a ‘protest’ in Ferguson MO.

blackmanvsniggers-2014admin addition 12 months on:

14398157533931441761962335-0  I wish I was making this up, it really has gotten that bad.

“Robbed of Their Womanhood’ – Teens After Merck’s Gardasil Shot

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Source: Activist Post, by Heather Callaghan

Olivia and Madelyne Meylor are in their early 20s. They still want the world to know what happened to them as teens after they received three Gardasil shots – an HPV vaccine marketed as a way to prevent cervical cancer. Diagnoses of Premature or Primary Ovarian Failure (POF) followed leaving only 5 percent chance one of them could ever get pregnant.

In this story about a pending federal court case they were involved in last year, they reported that not only did their ovaries stop producing eggs, but they also have insomnia, night sweats and headaches. They say they can not get pregnant, but might be able to carry a baby. As teenagers, it would appear that they both entered into full-blown menopause.

Coincidence? Genetic predisposition tests ruled out genetics for the disorder which is rare in teenagers. Their mother says all roads…

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Iraqi dealers confirm ISIS hoarding gold, precious metals to issue currency – report

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Islamic State militants are reportedly acquiring gold, silver and other precious metals in a bid to further solidify their control over large swathes of Syrian and Iraqi territory by issuing their own currency, Iraqi metal dealers confirmed to McClatchy.

Earlier this month, the militants’ Beit al Mal, an ancient Islamic term which translates as “Treasury Department,” issued a statement announcing the plan. The coins, which they plan to fashion from gold, silver and copper, will be modeled on the 8th century currency of the Umayyad Caliphate.

At the time, experts expressed doubts the militant group had the technological capability and overall knowhow to produce their own modern currency for the territory under their control; roughly one third of Iraq and Syria.

A recent report in McClatchy, however, which draws on interviews with precious metal dealers in northern and western Iraq, would indicate the group is in fact moving ahead to…

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Palm Oil production : the real reason for major Ebola outbreak in Africa ?

The story is simple: as natural forest is slashed to make room for mono-crops, especially palm oil, the bats from the forest (who carry the Ebola virus) go looking for an alternative food source find it in palm oil : their population explodes and moves closer to human habitat , the end result: a major Ebola outbreak.

While “bush meat” and also eating fruit partially eaten by bats may a factor in spreading the virus, the practice of eating bush meat has existed for a long time, and antibodies against the virus have been found in people who live in the affected areas. In the most recent outbreak it was supposed to be a toddler’s chance encounter with a fruit bat which led to the epidemic, so it’s not clear how eating bush meat would even factor into this current outbreak.

Another case of mono cultures destroying the ecological balance?

Evolutionary biologist Robert Wallace explains the fact that neo-liberal policy and monoculture are the real driver of the massive Ebola outbreak in the following video with transcript

http://therealnews.com/t2/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=31&Itemid=74&jumival=12596

http://ecowatch.com/2014/10/29/palm-oil-ebola/

Fall Of The Wall 25th Anniversary

 

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To those of us who grew up in a divided Germany today is a special day, marking the 25th anniversary fall of the Berlin Wall and with it the fall of East Germany. The Eastern bloc under communism fell apart in 1989,  and a great change swept through Europe. East Germans were celebrating the freedom to travel, the right to free speech and being finally able to buy bananas!

Nowhere was the presence of the border felt more acutely than in the divided city itself. Not only were there two cities, East and West Berlin, but the capitalist West Berlin for 27 years became a symbol for freedom, an island in the sea of communism, kept alive by the Allied countries (The USA, France and Britain) and Enormous subsidies from West Germany.

I was born the day before JFK gave his famous “Ich bin ein Berliner” speech in front of the wall in 1963, but of course I was too young to care. Nor, in fact, did I ever care very much growing up, as the divided Germany was simply “normality”. Lucky for me I was born in the West.  From the time I was very young traveling to West Berlin by car became a regular event, as my paternal grandparents lived there. Border controls were the norm in Europe then (Pre EU), but in most of the countries border guards quickly glanced at your passport and waved you through.  Not so when traveling through East Germany, or the DDR, as we called it.  The DDR guards would look intently at your photo, then stare at you, the look at the photo again, then stare at you , several times, until they were sure you were not one of their own, trying to escape. There were spot checks, where they took apart half your car in order to look for hidden escapees.

I was a child, it was the way things were. And it was only a small taste of how East Germans were controlled by the Stasi for most of their lives, afraid of being caught saying the wrong thing, not being able to trust your neighbours in a country , where towards the end 25% of the population were government spies and people were thrown into jail for years for minor activism, which we take for granted.

In my late teens I became a little bit more interested in what was happening “on the other side”, My father and I spent a memorable day in East Berlin in the winter of 1980, where we tried our best to spend the 50 Deutsch Mark we were forced to exchange. I remember mostly, how dark it was: Gloomy. When we returned to West Berlin at night, the city lights just hit me. West Berlin was designed to be  a thorn in the side of the East, a constant reminder that it wasn’t going away:  loud, brightly lit and with no closing time for pubs , nightclubs and restaurants.

But in hindsight I can say that while the other side may have felt the constant pulse of the lively West Berlin, we also felt the gloom that was coming from the East which gave West Berlin a certain existentialist and melancholic tinge, forever immortalized in Wim Wenders incredible movie “Der Himmel ueber Berlin” (Wings Of Desire)

I was already living in Australia when the wall came down, the end result of  Gorbachev s” glasnost” “perestroika ”  and a peaceful people’s revolution.  The story of the Berlin Wall serves a reminder that change can happen and often happens quite suddenly, when enough factors come together to make a political situation no longer bearable.

There is no doubt, that we in the West are enjoying more freedom than the people who were imprisoned in East Germany, but we can never take these freedoms for granted, as the powers that be are happy to take them from us whenever we are not looking. While the fall of communism in 1989 was a good thing, many places, including Australia now suffer from the disease of corporatism, where it is not elected governments that run the country but corrupt politicians ruled by the Super-Wealthy and their corporations.

“We the people will need to see beyond the illusion,(created by those currently in power) that institutions like the courts and parliament, are the conduits through which justice and progressive change will be facilitated, they are merely mechanisms by which those who have hi- jacked the system,(so as to pursue their nefarious agenda) can do so unabated and limit any possibility of change to the current top down status quo.

Addressing this WILL require taking it PERSONALLY and not seeking permission to drive change from the grass roots upwards.”

(Thank you Ant Frau Poligy)https://www.facebook.com/ant.elevision?fref=t

In 1989 East Germans began to fight back and soon realized that if you are determined AND   have the numbers you are unstoppable.

 

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