Monday, November 29, 2010

In The 21st and a 1/2 Century!!!!

Seoul: Joint South Korean and US landing exercises on Mallipo beach were cancelled on Monday with military officials blaming bad weather for the cancellation.

I get the feeling America's heart is just not in this crisis.

Perhaps if Korea was more deserty and located in proximity to Israel, maybe then the American military and political establishment could get more worked up to it.


Opt-Out Day! Remember That?...

So, the big opt-out day to protest Airports groping you and your loved ones was a big bust. Surprise, surprise.

There's a reason why "in God we trust" in on America's money.

But I hear a new one is being planned on a day when no one really travels that much.


That'll show them Orwellian jack boots, it will.



Swiss voters have approved a far-right initiative to automatically expel foreign residents convicted of serious crimes, according to poll results.

Swiss national broadcaster SF1 said 52.9 percent of voters backed the initiative in Sunday's referendum, a plan proposed by the nationalist Swiss People's Party (SVP).


So, in other words, 47.1% of Swiss voters are foreigners.



So Humble...

"Humility is the worst form of conceit."
-François Duc de La Rochefoucauld


Wednesday, November 24, 2010


One of the gifts which both Marxism and it's more radically leftist cousin Americanism has bequeathed to the world is the ability to re-define words and even reality itself.

One such example is the definition of Nation. Since the advent of Americanism/Marxism the definition has been completely re-written to the point that it now actually means the complete opposite of what it meant for thousands of years and how it is still defined only in secular text prior to the 20th century and the bible.

For instance, America is not a nation. Can't be. Which makes such linguistic concoctions as "a nation of immigrants" one of the more profound examples of an oxymoron and generally reflects the intellectual apathy found amongst the populace.

A nation is NOT a place.
A nation is NOT an ideology, creed or philosophy.

What is a nation?

In the simplest terms, Nation is another word for Ethnic Group.

A nation is a race or stock of people. The English are a nation. The Irish are a nation.
They need not be gathered in the same local or residing under a similar form of government to be a nation.

Let me say this again,

Nation is another word for Ethnic Group.

A nation is a biological unit. An extended family, aka a tribe.

From the Etymology Dictionary
c.1300, from O.Fr. nacion, from L. nationem (nom. natio) "nation, stock, race," lit. "that which has been born," from natus, pp. of nasci "be born"

The consequences of such a lack of knowledge leads to all kinds of problems and comedy. Such as the (inherently American) Evangelical interpretation of "prophesy" in regards to Israel becoming a nation again in the 1940's and how that "sign" points to the end of days.
The irony there is that if they believe modern jews are the Israel of the bible, then they didn't
"become a nation "again in 1948 as they never stopped being a nation (i.e., an ethnic group) in the first place.

No, nations are ancient. They are primordial. Their origins reside in the mists of time. Nations are not created by men. They are not zip codes or clubs to be joined.

A Nation is blood.


At Sea...

(From the early Anglo-Saxon text)

May I for my own self song's truth reckon,
Journey's jargon, how I in harsh days
Hardship endured oft.

Bitter breast-cares have I abided,
Known on my keel many a care's hold,
And dire sea-surge, and there I oft spent
Narrow nightwatch nigh the ship's head
While she tossed close to cliffs. Coldly afflicted,
My feet were by frost benumbed.

Chill its chains are; chafing sighs
Hew my heart round and hunger begot
Mere-weary mood. Lest man know not
That he on dry land loveliest liveth,
List how I, care-wretched, on ice-cold sea,
Weathered the winter, wretched outcast
Deprived of my kinsmen;
Hung with hard ice-flakes, where hail-scur flew,
There I heard naught save the harsh sea
And ice-cold wave, at whiles the swan cries,
Did for my games the gannet's clamour,
Sea-fowls, loudness was for me laughter,
The mews' singing all my mead-drink.

Storms, on the stone-cliffs beaten, fell on the stern
In icy feathers; full oft the eagle screamed
With spray on his pinion.
Not any protector
May make merry man faring needy.

This he little believes, who aye in winsome life
Abides 'mid burghers some heavy business,
Wealthy and wine-flushed, how I weary oft
Must bide above brine.
Neareth nightshade, snoweth from north,
Frost froze the land, hail fell on earth then
Corn of the coldest. Nathless there knocketh now
The heart's thought that I on high streams
The salt-wavy tumult traverse alone.
Moaneth alway my mind's lust
That I fare forth, that I afar hence
Seek out a foreign fastness.

For this there's no mood-lofty man over earth's midst,
Not though he be given his good, but will have in his youth greed;
Nor his deed to the daring, nor his king to the faithful
But shall have his sorrow for sea-fare
Whatever his lord will.

He hath not heart for harping, nor in ring-having
Nor winsomeness to wife, nor world's delight
Nor any whit else save the wave's slash,
Yet longing comes upon him to fare forth on the water.
Bosque taketh blossom, cometh beauty of berries,
Fields to fairness, land fares brisker,
All this admonisheth man eager of mood,
The heart turns to travel so that he then thinks
On flood-ways to be far departing.

Cuckoo calleth with gloomy crying,
He singeth summerward, bodeth sorrow,
The bitter heart's blood. Burgher knows not --
He the prosperous man -- what some perform
Where wandering them widest draweth.
So that but now my heart burst from my breast-lock,
My mood 'mid the mere-flood,
Over the whale's acre, would wander wide.
On earth's shelter cometh oft to me,
Eager and ready, the crying lone-flyer,
Whets for the whale-path the heart irresistibly,
O'er tracks of ocean; seeing that anyhow
My lord deems to me this dead life
On loan and on land, I believe not
That any earth-weal eternal standeth
Save there be somewhat calamitous
That, ere a man's tide go, turn it to twain.
Disease or oldness or sword-hate
Beats out the breath from doom-gripped body.

And for this, every earl whatever, for those speaking after --
Laud of the living, boasteth some last word,
That he will work ere he pass onward,
Frame on the fair earth 'gainst foes his malice,
Daring ado, ...

So that all men shall honour him after
And his laud beyond them remain 'mid the English,
Aye, for ever, a lasting life's-blast,
Delight mid the doughty.
Days little durable,
And all arrogance of earthen riches,
There come now no kings nor Cæsars
Nor gold-giving lords like those gone.

Howe'er in mirth most magnified,
Whoe'er lived in life most lordliest,
Drear all this excellence, delights undurable!
Waneth the watch, but the world holdeth.
Tomb hideth trouble. The blade is layed low.

Earthly glory ageth and seareth.
No man at all going the earth's gait,
But age fares against him, his face paleth,
Grey-haired he groaneth, knows gone companions,
Lordly men are to earth o'ergiven,
Nor may he then the flesh-cover, whose life ceaseth,
Nor eat the sweet nor feel the sorry,
Nor stir hand nor think in mid heart,
And though he strew the grave with gold,
His born brothers, their buried bodies
Be an unlikely treasure hoard.

-'The Seafarer' translation by Ezra Pound


Fate, And So....

Much doth it task me
My tongue to move,
Through my throat to utter
The breath of song.
Poesy, prize of Odin,
Promise now I may not,
A draught drawn not lightly
From deep thought's dwelling.

'Forth it flows but hardly;
For within my breast
Heaving sobbing stifles
Hindered stream of song—
Blessèd boon to mortals
Brought from Odin's kin,
Goodly treasure, stolen
From Giant-land of yore.

'He, who so blameless
Bore him in life,
O'erborne by billows
With boat was whelmed.
Sea-waves—flood that whilom
Welled from giant's wound—
Smite upon the grave-gate
Of my sire and son.

'Dwindling now my kindred
Draw near to their end,
Ev'n as forest-saplings
Felled or tempest-strown.
Not gay or gladsome
Goes he who beareth
Body of kinsman
On funeral bier.

'Of father fallen
First I may tell;
Of much-loved mother
Must mourn the loss.
Sad store hath memory
For minstrel skill,
A wood to bloom leafy
With words of song.

'Most woful the breach,
Where the wave in-brake
On the fenced hold
Of my father's kin.
Unfilled, as I wot,
And open doth stand
The gap of son rent
By the greedy surge.

'Me Ran, the sea-queen,
Roughly hath shaken:
I stand of beloved ones
Stript and all bare.
Cut hath the billow
The cord of my kin,
Strand of mine own twisting
So stout and strong.

'Sure, if sword could venge
Such cruel wrong,
Evil times would wait
Ægir, ocean-god.
That wind-giant's brother
Were I strong to slay,
'Gainst him and his sea-brood
Battling would I go.

'But I in no wise
Boast, as I ween,
Strength that may strive
With the stout ships' Bane.
For to eyes of all
Easy now 'tis seen
How the old man's lot
Helpless is and lone.

'Me hath the main
Of much bereaved;
Dire is the tale,
The deaths of kin:
Since he the shelter
And shield of my house
Hied him from life
To heaven's glad realm.

'Full surely I know,
In my son was waxing
The stuff and the strength
Of a stout-limbed wight:
Had he reached but ripeness
To raise his shield,
And Odin laid hand
On his liegeman true.

'Willing he followed
His father's word,
Though all opposing
Should thwart my rede:
He in mine household
Mine honour upheld,
Of my power and rule
The prop and the stay.

'Oft to my mind
My loss doth come,
How I brotherless bide
Bereaved and lone.
Thereon I bethink me,
When thickens the fight
Thereon with much searching
My soul doth muse:

'Who staunch stands by me
In stress of fight,
Shoulder to shoulder,
Side by side?
Such want doth weaken
In war's dread hour;
Weak-winged I fly,
Whom friends all fail.

'Son's place to his sire
(Saith a proverb true)
Another son born
Alone can fill.
Of kinsmen none
(Though ne'er so kind)
To brother can stand
In brother's stead.

'O'er all our ice-fields,
Our northern snows,
Few now I find
Faithful and true.
Dark deeds men love,
Doom death to their kin,
A brother's body
Barter for gold.

'Unpleasing to me
Our people's mood,
Each seeking his own
In selfish peace.
To the happier bees' home
Hath passed my son,
My good wife's child
To his glorious kin.

'Odin, mighty monarch,
Of minstrel mead the lord,
On me a heavy hand
Harmful doth lay.
Gloomy in unrest
Ever I grieve,
Sinks my drooping brow,
Seat of sight and thought.

'Fierce fire of sickness
First from my home
Swept off a son
With savage blow:
One who was heedful,
Harmless, I wot,
In deeds unblemished,
In words unblamed.

'Still do I mind me,
When the Friend of men
High uplifted
To the home of gods
That sapling stout
Of his father's stem,
Of my true wife born
A branch so fair.

'Once bare I goodwill
To the great spear-lord,
Him trusty and true
I trowed for friend:
Ere the giver of conquest,
The car-borne god,
Broke faith and friendship
False in my need.

'Now victim and worship
To Vilir's brother,
The god once honoured,
I give no more.
Yet the friend of Mimir
On me hath bestowed
Some boot for bale,
If all boons I tell.

'Yea he, the wolf-tamer,
The war-god skilful,
Gave poesy faultless
To fill my soul:
Gave wit to know well
Each wily trickster,
And force him to face me
As foeman in fight.

'Hard am I beset;
Whom Hela, the sister
Of Odin's fell captive,
On Digra-ness waits.
Yet shall I gladly
With right good welcome
Dauntless in bearing
Her death-blow bide.'

-Egil Skallagrimsson, 'Egil's Saga'



IF you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting too;
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
Or being lied about, don't deal in lies,
Or being hated, don't give way to hating,
And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise:

If you can dream - and not make dreams your master;
If you can think - and not make thoughts your aim;
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
And treat those two impostors just the same;
If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken
Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
And stoop and build 'em up with worn-out tools:

If you can make one heap of all your winnings
And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss;
If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew
To serve your turn long after they are gone,
And so hold on when there is nothing in you
Except the Will which says to them: 'Hold on!'

If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
' Or walk with Kings - nor lose the common touch,
if neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
If all men count with you, but none too much;
If you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds' worth of distance run,
Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it,
And - which is more - you'll be a Man, my son!

-Rudyard Kipling


Us And Ours...

Our Fathers in a wondrous age,
Ere yet the Earth was small,
Ensured to us a heritage,
And doubted not at all
That we, the children of their heart,
Which then did beat so high,
In later time should play like part
For our posterity.

A thousand years they steadfast built,
To 'vantage us and ours,
The Walls that were a world's despair,
The sea-constraining Towers:
Yet in their midmost pride they knew,
And unto Kings made known,
Not all from these their strength they drew,
Their faith from brass or stone.

Youth's passion, manhood's fierce intent,
With age's judgment wise,
They spent, and counted not they spent,
At daily sacrifice.
Not lambs alone nor purchased doves
Or tithe of trader's gold --
Their lives most dear, their dearer loves,
They offered up of old.

Refraining e'en from lawful things,
They bowed the neck to bear
The unadorned yoke that brings
Stark toil and sternest care.
Wherefore through them is Freedom sure;
Wherefore through them we stand,
From all but sloth and pride secure,
In a delightsome land.

Then, fretful, murmur not they gave
So great a charge to keep,
Nor dream that awestruck Time shall save
Their labour while we sleep.
Dear-bought and clear, a thousand year,
Our fathers' title runs.
Make we likewise their sacrifice,
Defrauding not our sons.
-Rudyard Kipling.


Sunday, November 21, 2010

It's The Soviet Way...

GARY | Black males have higher rates of incarceration and of repeat offenses that land them back in jail or prison, statistics show.

Changing that dynamic could begin with expunging their criminal records.

That was the consensus of a discussion Thursday sponsored by the Gary Commission on the Social Status of Black Males in conjunction with the East Chicago-based group Working Outside the Walls and an alliance of grassroot activists.

The panel discussion brought together activists, religious leaders, law enforcement officers and area legislators to talk about a possible Expungement Summit in Northwest Indiana. Expunging the criminal records of juveniles and adults would help them find jobs and turn their lives around, said Bennie Muhammed, GCSSBM executive director.

Dorothy Brown, clerk of the Cook County (Ill.) Circuit Court, outlined how she has organized expungement summits across the state line.

"It's important for all our communities because we all have the same problem," she said.

Brown recommended that all agencies working with ex-offenders help organize and participate in an expungement summit. That includes police departments, the courts, lawyers, the public defenders office and the prison review board, Brown said.


This is, after all, how "equality" is achieved.

You simply erase the parts of reality that don't fit your contrived meme and write in your own fiction. It doesn't change anything, but it makes bureaucrats feel better.

Sadly this kind of thing has been happening for a long time and is now considered "the American way!"

Nothing New here.

Now, who won that "Cold War" again?


The Lies We Tell Ourselves...

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A woman and her three young children were found killed at a violent crime scene in a north Florida home on Saturday, and homicide detectives were out looking for whoever might have had a reason to harm them, police said.

Police spokesman David McCranie wouldn't elaborate on the signs of violence police found at the home, but investigators believe the four were slain by someone else. The case is being investigated as a homicide......

...."This is a very shocking and unusual case for us," he said.


Is this really "shocking" anymore?


No, it isn't.

It's a common occurrence. So common that this "shocking story" will be forgotten about within 72 hours. And if it is vaguely recollected it will be confused with dozens of other similar stories of home invasions that happen every day.

It's amazing how hard people work to convince themselves that things haven't gone to hell in a handbag all around them.

On the one hand it keeps police and officials busy trying to redefine or hide crimes to help keep up the facade.

On the other hand it is a boon to pharmaceutical companies who continue to reap higher and higher profits by keeping people doped up (via antidepressants) and numb to reality.

It's also unlikely that the advent of "reality television" coincidentally coincided with societies increasingly obsessive fixation on denying or obfuscating the horrors of actual reality.

Individuals and families are forced to re-order their thinking and language to fit the meme.

From this are born new phrases emphasizing the new impotence/enforced apathy.

Such as,

"takes all kinds"

"It's a free country"

"As long as they don't bother me"

"They were in the wrong place at the wrong time"

"Things are different than they use to be"

"What are you gonna do"


Such things are spoken only by a people morally, emotionally, intellectually and physically defeated.

Nothing currently represents this better than the airport screening controversy.

There are some grumblings now, but Americans will come to except it. And a few months from now they'll react to it they way they have reacted to every violation upon them over the past 50 years. They'll force a grin through their grimace and cry out, "thank you sir, may I have another!"


Thursday, November 18, 2010

Allied Victory Continues...

David Coleman, professor of demography at Oxford University, said they will make up less than HALF the population in just over 50 years.

And soaring immigrant birthrates mean white British kids will be in a minority of youngsters in the UK even sooner. The dramatic decline will be fuelled by record-breaking levels of immigration, coupled with the departure of thousands of Brits for a better life abroad, the population analyst said.

The expert went on: "On those assumptions the 'white British' population would decline to 45 million (59 per cent of the total) by 2051.

"Were the assumptions to hold, the 'white British' population of Britain would become the minority after about 2066. It's a milestone that would be passed much earlier in younger age-groups."


The anniversary of Hastings....

Well, that's "allied victory" for you right there.

For those still clinging to the "evil Nazis" meme, I would once again point out that the gates of hell were unleashed AFTER the Nazis were defeated and the democratic-loving allies reigned supreme.

Since 1945 every single institution in The West has been under violent siege and assault by the victorious allies. The very people themselves, White people, are being systematically annihilated.

In time, it will become increasingly clear and universally accepted that in WWII the Nazis were the good guys and the Allies were the forces of evil.

Because it is the truth.


Tuesday, November 16, 2010


Nearly a year after a thwarted terrorist attack on a Detroit-bound airliner last Christmas Day, the recent attempt by terrorists to conceal and ship explosive devices aboard aircraft bound for the United States reminds us that al-Qaeda and those inspired by its ideology are determined to strike our global aviation system and are constantly adapting their tactics for doing so.

Irony is complaining about a low IQ thug with a badge at the airport sticking a medal detector up your ass while you continue to oblige the regime of "diversity" and pay lip service to Political Correctness.

Racial profiling is the solution to this situation.

Don't like racial profiling? Then shut up, drop your drawers and grab your ankles.

Oh, and smile.


Post Election Hangover...

Politicians, by the very nature of their profession, are not beholden to any kind of, consistency.


Next Stop, Anytown USA...

Read about this first occuring Brazil.

Now in Mexico.

Next up will be Mayberry (if it isn't already).

A growing number of Mexicans — including many from the middle class — see bulletproofing their vehicles as a necessity and not a luxury.

Nader says an increasingly typical customer these days "is a regular guy that works, maybe he has a small business and he's been approached by criminals to steal his car."

"You'll see Hondas, small SUVs ... pickups," Nader said of some of the vehicles arriving at his business.

Extortion is now commonplace in some regions of Mexico. Kidnapping has soared by more than 300% over the past five years and since December 2006, more than 28,000 Mexicans have died in killings blamed on drug-cartel violence.


What a blessed land!

They're everything our social leaders tell us we should aspire to be. Brown skinned, racially mixed and culturally diverse.

What -a - paradise!


Saturday, November 13, 2010


Taking a long look around at the state of The West today it's becoming more evident that Atlantis wasn't a Myth, but a prophesy.
Maybe that's why no one has found it......yet.


Things That Upset the Consumerzen...

A growing pilot and passenger revolt over full-body scans and what many consider intrusive pat-downs couldn't have come at a worse time for the nation's air travel system.

Thanksgiving, the busiest travel time of the year, is less than two weeks away.

Grassroots groups are urging travelers to either not fly or to protest by opting out of the full-body scanners and undergo time-consuming pat-downs instead.

Such concerns prompted a meeting Friday of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano with leaders of travel industry groups.


Being a loyal Consumerzen of the Empire means there are some things that are just too much to tolerate.

The Mass flooding of civilization with the third world hordes? Nope.

The ruination of critical infrastructure, like roads, bridges, services, etc...? Nope.

Roving gangs of murderous thugs? Hope.

Political corruption that is blatant and overt? Not a chance.

The rapidly crumbling economy and deteriorating standard of living? No again.

Airport scanners? Damn right, their upset!!!!!

And who can blame them?

With skyrocketing unemployment and near basement level lows for real wages the Consumerzens only real solace is in blowing what little disposable income they have left on expensive trips to and fro.

Who dare infringe upon, or impede in any way, their anticipated orgy of spending money they don't have????.


Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Sum Of The Total...

Of course we don't expect popular entertainments to last. Fashion is arbitrary. There was no particular reason why hip-hop replaced disco or why the 1970s favoured earth tones while the 1990s featured violet and teal. We look in vain for some underlying social circumstance to explain why at a particular time and in a particular place popular culture takes the form it does: fashions change because they are fashions and so have nothing to recommend them but their relative novelty.

Fashion dominates the world of evangelical Christianity and its therapeutic penumbra. The Crystal Cathedral, that glitzy architectural marvel, has become a 1980s nostalgia item. Now Rick Warren is the anointed leader of America's "People of Faith" and, for the time being, Orange county crowds are flocking to Saddleback's dull preaching halls.

But there is nothing new under the sun. Saddleback and the Crystal Cathedral, Willow Creek and all the other evangelical megachurches that have had their time in the sun sell the same product: mind-power through talk-magic, which in secular packaging is just what all the innumerable therapies and self-help programmes on the market promise.

In the US, where school psychologists are almost as common as school nurses, we are obsessed with talk therapies because they are in fact ecumenical and secularised versions of evangelical Christianity, our old time religion. Twelve-step programmes, beginning with Alcoholics Anonymous, appropriated the conversion scenario of revivalism, eliminating references to Jesus in favour of appeals to a generic "higher power". Later self-help programmes and therapies dispensed with supernatural intermediaries altogether. Learning the right tricks and gimmicks, thinking the right thoughts and acquiring the proper attitudes would directly, by a law of nature, make good things happen for you.


So if you wonder why Americans are, anomalously, religious it is because we have evacuated religion of all content. There are of course theological doctrines on the books, which church members tick off, in the way that they agree to accept screenfuls of conditions for installing new software. But most have no serious interest in these theoretical matters. Whether signing on for a new therapy or self-help programme, trying out a new diet or a new church, they are looking for a bag of tricks, a collection of gimmicks and recipes that will get them the material prosperity, perfect health, beautiful bodies, ideal relationships and complete happiness to which they believe they are entitled.

-full article here



What Would 'W' Do?

George W. Bush’s bombastic return to the world stage has reminded me of my favourite Bush anecdote, which for various reasons we couldn’t publish at the time. Some of the witnesses still dine out on it.

The venue was the Oval Office. A group of British dignitaries, including Gordon Brown, were paying a visit. It was at the height of the 2008 presidential election campaign, not long after Bush publicly endorsed John McCain as his successor.

Naturally the election came up in conversation. Trying to be even-handed and polite, the Brits said something diplomatic about McCain’s campaign, expecting Bush to express some warm words of support for the Republican candidate.

Not a chance. “I probably won’t even vote for the guy,” Bush told the group, according to two people present.I had to endorse him. But I’d have endorsed Obama if they’d asked me.”


Remember also that Dubya's Secretary of State and Secretary of Defense (both black) announced their support of Bammy.

Understand, there is no conservative movement in America.

Don' t be too surprised if both Dubya and the Tea Part throw their support behind Bammy's re-election in 2012. And perhaps again in 2016.


Truth Is The Enemy Of Equality...

from the Occidental Observer,

I was shocked to read the headline in the NYTimes: “Proficiency of Black Students Is Found to Be Far Lower Than Expected.” Expected by whom? These results are quite consistent with the usual one standard deviation difference between Black and White IQ—a difference that has been completely resistant to change despite decades of liberal angst and trillions of dollars aimed at correcting it.

A new report focusing on black males suggests that the picture is even bleaker than generally known. Only 12 percent of black fourth-grade boys are proficient in reading, compared with 38 percent of white boys, and only 12 percent of black eighth-grade boys are proficient in math, compared with 44 percent of white boys.

The report is clear that poverty is not the cause: poor White kids do as well as unpoor Black kids.


That Dog-gone Reality!

It keeps standing in the way of a globalist utopia!


Sunday, November 7, 2010

Over There...

Here is a little list of some of the things no longer made in America (including the spoons and forks you use).

It's a good time for it, as right now the American Empire's current pharaoh is in India celebrating the continued economic ruin of the nation via outsourcing.

Thank God there are tens of million of foreigners flooding into America to do the jobs that no longer exist!

Mattel toys

Last production date: 2002

The largest toy company in the world closed their last American factory in 2002. Mattel, headquartered in California, produces 65 percent of their products in China as of August 2007.


Last production date: circa 2003

A waiver to the Buy America Act permitted an American producer of wheel-chair accessible minivans to purchase Canadian chassis for use in government contracts, because no chassis were available from the United States. The waiver specified: "General Motors and Chrysler minivan chassis, including those used on the Chevrolet Uplander, Pontiac Montana, Buick Terraza, Saturn Relay, Chrysler Town & Country, and Dodge Grand Caravan, are no longer manufactured in the United States."

Note: The Buy America Act requires government mass transportation spending to use American products.

Vending machines

Last production date: circa 2003

You know that thing you put bills into on a vending machine? It isn’t made in America, according to a waiver to the Buy America Act.

Neither is the coin dispenser, according to this federal waiver.

Note: The Buy America Act requires government mass transportation spending to use American products.

Levi jeans

Last production date: Dec. 2003

Levi Strauss & Co. shut down all its American operations and outsourced production to Latin America and Asia in Dec. 2003. The company's denim products have been an iconic American product for 150 years.

Radio Flyer's Red Wagon

Last production date: March 2004

The little red wagon has been an iconic image of America for years. But once Radio Flyer decided its Chicago plant was too expensive, it began producing most products, including the red wagon, in China.


Last production date: Oct. 2004

Five Rivers Electronic Innovations was the last American owned TV color maker in the US. The Tennessee company used LCoS (liquid crystal on silicon) technology to produce televisions for Philips Electronics. But after Philips decided to stop selling TVs with LCoS, Five Rivers eventually filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Oct. 2004. As part of its reorganization plan, the company stopped manufacturing TVs.

Now there are ZERO televisions made in America, according to Business Week.



Saturday, November 6, 2010

In Which Age Finally Catches Up With Pat Buchanan...

Buchanan writes,

Why would the most liberal president since FDR wish to preside over the major surgery on the social safety net that must be done in the era of austerity we have entered? The liberal hour is over.

The left has yet to grasp that the nation has repudiating it as well as Obama. America has shifted to the right, which again raises the question of Obama's relevance. Why would our most liberal president since FDR want to lead the nation into an age of austerity?



I often see this in elderly Americans who wander the Mad Maxish streets of modern America still seeing Mayberry everywhere they look.

Americans are fundamentally and overwhelmingly leftists.
What they voted for in the recent election-go-round was to see implemented the policies they thought would best safeguard their beloved Orwellian welfare state.

Average middle-American, Red state -bible belt- Americans, are about 5 to 10 years away from putting up portraits of Karl Marx in their homes, right in between their Jesus and Martin Luther King shrines.


Tuesday, November 2, 2010

The Joys Of Diversity...

Ten people were shot and two others stabbed during a violent weekend in New Orleans...

In the first killing, a 23-year-old local Marine was fatally stabbed early Sunday...ollowing a dispute with a man who had defamed the Marine's wife. Then, on Monday morning, police officers found a 37-year-old man, dead of a gunshot wound, lying on the corner of Burgundy and St. Louis streets.

Two pregnant woman standing inside a trailer in the 8200 block of Chef Menteur Highway were wounded in a spray of gunfire at 11 a.m.

Shortly before 7 p.m., two men, both visitors from Arizona, were slashed on St. Peter Street near the Mississippi River in the French Quarter. The pair became embroiled in an argument with a group consisting of two men and two women. One suspect cut one victim on the arm with an unknown object. The second victim was hit in the eye with a brick, according to police.

Two men were wounded by gunfire in Mid-City on Saturday night. The shooting occurred shortly before 9 in the 3000 block of Bienville Street. The men, both 24, were sitting in front of a house when gunshots rang out. One man was shot in the foot; the other received a graze wound to the left arm. They were later listed in stable condition.

-there is more here

The racial breakdown of the "chocolate city",

  • Black alone - 190,087 (61.0%)
  • White alone - 95,237 (30.5%)
  • Hispanic - 14,152 (4.5%)
  • Asian alone - 9,195 (2.9%)
  • Two or more races - 1,688 (0.5%)
  • American alone - 728 (0.2%)
  • Other race alone - 766 (0.2%)

  • -source


    Monday, November 1, 2010

    To Be Used And Used Again...

    There is nothing surprising about the Republican tsunami that will rock Congress on Election Day. It was obvious given the parody of governance demonstrated by the Obama-Pelosi-Reid triumvirate of incompetence. I first predicted that the Republicans would reclaim the House, and quite possibly the Senate, as well back on July 14, long before the conventional wisdom otherwise known as Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight began suggesting that they might have a shot.

    Now here is another prediction: The tea party is about to learn that its efforts to transform the Republican Party by working through it are doomed to failure. In fact, there is a reasonable chance that as soon as 2012, the tea party will go from the Republican Party's most visible ally to its most vicious and implacable enemy.

    -more here


    On Advice...

    Probably the best advice you can get is just a clear articulation of what you already knew to be true.