Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Yeah! Well That Ain't What I Saw On TV!....

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- U.S. adults, on average, estimate that 25% of Americans are gay or lesbian. More specifically, over half of Americans (52%) estimate that at least one in five Americans are gay or lesbian, including 35% who estimate that more than one in four are. Thirty percent put the figure at less than 15%.

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Demographer Gary Gates last month released a review of population-based surveys on the topic, estimating that 3.5% of adults in the United States identify as lesbian, gay, or bisexual...
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Lower-Income Americans, Less Educated, Young People, and Women Give Highest Estimates

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"Low income, Less educated, Young people and Women",

In other words those most likely to view a lot of media via TV, internet, magazines, etc.. and believe that it represents some sort of reality.

To those who might fall into or be on the cusp of that group, please consider the following,

Nothing on television is real. Nothing!

From the nightly news to your favorite show, it's all fake to one degree or another.

It is not there to provide information or truth.

At best it is presented as brainless entertainment. At worst it is designed as propaganda to mislead and distort.


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Monday, May 30, 2011

Yes, Remember...

Please view the attached YouTube video (one of many) already posted for the world to see, about Memorial/Urban Weekend 2011 in Miami Beach. http://youtu.be/cjxxGBJmOqQ

It shows our city as nothing short of a warzone - Filthy streets, a drive by shooting, multiple cars crashed in the process, and total chaos on the streets. This is unacceptable and must be controlled before we totally lose our city, tourism & residents. It is not limited to Ocean Drive or Collins - there isn't a residential street in South Beach not affected by tons of garbage, crime to our vehicles, excessive noise 24 hours a day, and simply a lack of respect for our community, citizens & property.

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· Hispanic - 296,830 (68.5%)

· Black alone - 76,549 (17.7%)

· White alone - 53,428 (12.3%)

· Asian alone - 3,276 (0.8%)

· Two or more races - 1,914 (0.4%)

· Other race alone - 1,145 (0.3%)



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One person was fatally shot and another wounded early Sunday after several hours of trouble in uptown Charlotte that ended with police trying to break up crowds and making 70 arrests.

The shootings took place shortly after 1 a.m. across 3rd Street from the Hilton hotel, two hours after Food Lion Speed Street had closed. Antwan Terrell Smith, 22, was shot in the head and died at the scene. Durante Kavon James, also 22, was shot in the leg and taken to Carolinas Medical Center, where he was in stable condition late Sunday.

The gunfire followed reports of unrest - which police say could be gang-related - centered largely around the Charlotte Transit Center between 4th and Trade streets. The charges were one of the city's largest mass arrests in memory.

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· White alone - 337,106 (47.9%)

· Black alone - 230,212 (32.7%)

· Hispanic - 86,941 (12.3%)

· Asian alone - 30,985 (4.4%)

· Two or more races - 14,502 (2.1%)

· Other race alone - 2,668 (0.4%)

· American alone - 2,001 (0.3%)


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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - During this busy Memorial Day weekend on the Grand Strand, police have seen a number of crime reports coming in.

According to Captain David Knipes with the Myrtle Beach Police Department, one violent crime report came in early Saturday morning and Sunday morning there were five other reports of violent crime as well as numerous incidents reported Monday morning.

At 3:00 a.m. Saturday, police were told that a man was robbed at gun point on 11th Avenue South past Oak Street. Two men with semi-automatic pistols were reported to have held up a man, taking $40 and jewelry.

At 4:25 a.m. Sunday, authorities arrived to the scene of 3201 North Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach where a woman reported that she and her three male friends were robbed and carjacked at gunpoint behind the Bargain Beachwear by four Black males.

At 4:30 a.m. Sunday, a man and his wife were riding back to their motel when they stopped at a stop sign and were assaulted and robbed on Yaupon Avenue between 13th and 17th Avenue South. The man reported being stabbed in his side and his necklace taken.

Myrtle Beach Police are also investigating two people in area hospitals that came in with gunshot wounds. A person treated at Grand Strand Regional and a patient at Waccamaw Hospital both reported being injured in the area of 9th Avenue and Ocean Boulevard. Neither person knew the other, nor did they know who fired the shot or why.

At 9:30 p.m. Sunday, three people coming out the Bar Harbor Motel in Myrtle Beach notified police that they were robbed at gunpoint by three Black males. The victims told police the subjects were in one of the rooms.

At 11:36 p.m. Sunday,a White woman approached a security employee at Family Kingdom and claimed she was raped by several Black males.

Between 2:30 and 3 a.m. Monday, Myrtle Beach Police responded to an armed robbery call on Yaupon Drive between 12th and 13th Avenue South. The victim claims he and his friend were robbed at gunpoint by two Black males wearing all black clothing with bandanas over their faces. Approximately $40 and jewelry was reportedly taken.

Just after 3:15 a.m., Myrtle Beach Police responded to an armed robbery that occurred at Mr. Joe White Avenue and Chester Street. One officer saw two possible suspects, which led to a foot chase resulting in two arrests. The victim positively identified the two subjects as involved in the robbery. A K-9 unit was able to produce a discarded pistol that matched the one allegedly used in the robbery. Both suspects deny involvement in the robbery.

At around 4 a.m. Monday at the beach access of 26th Avenue South. People told police they were robbed at gunpoint by two Black males, who took money and jewelry and took off on foot. No further description was given besides one wearing a white shirt, and one was wearing a black shirt.

Just before 4:30 Monday morning, a taxi driver for Beachside Cab said he was sleeping in his van at the Greyhound bus station on 7th Avenue North when two subjects hit him and demanded money. They then allegedly pointed a handgun at the taxi driver and threatened him. The victim gave the subjects over $300 before being hit again.

The victim describes the first subject as a 6 foot very thin Black male with tight corn rows, no facial hair and a pointy face.

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THERE IS NOT ONE SINGLE SOLITARY PLACE/CITY/COUNTY/REGION/DISTRICT/NATION/ETC... ON PLANET EARTH, PAST OR PRESENT, THAT HAD A BLACK OR HISPANIC1 MAJORITY THAT IS/WAS NOT OVERRUN WITH CRIME, DISEASE, POVERTY, CORRUPTION AND THE LIKE.

YES, IT IS ABOUT RACE!



The third-world is not the third-world because of an incredibly long run of unbelievable bad luck. No, it is the third-world because of the races of the people who inhabit it.

It has nothing to do with "injustices" or government policies or ever-more-costly programs and so on.

Over the past 45 years America and the rest of Western Civilization has turned itself upside down in order to try and civilize these peoples. Laws have been re-written, trillions have been spent to accommodate them and (worst of all) truth has been suppressed or warped in order to hide or explain away the ongoing atrocities and cost this endeavor has wrought.

And this is but the tip of the iceberg. Western Peoples (aka, White people) are now only about 10% of the world's population. Our lands are being flooded by people who are not "seeking a better life" but by hoodlums looking to plunder.

And, due to The West's pouring trillions upon trillions into the third-world, our nations are almost bankrupt. When the money runs out, the savages will go completely 'orc' upon us.

The kind of world you imagine living in is an exclusively White Vision of law and order and civility and prosperity.
That vision is not shared by those of other races. It is arrogant and foolish to project your own outlook and the outlook of your people, onto others.

This will soon become painfully obvious again2 to even the most obtuse.








notes:
1-By "Hispanic" I do not mean the Spaniards of Spain. The term is used to describe the racially mixed Indian peoples south of the US border, which the US government generically labels "hispanic".
2-Our ancestors understood this. They met with and got to know peoples of different races. (Europe was overrun numerous times through the ages and nearly destroyed) Their conclusions about non-Whites was not "prejudice" (which means to pre-judge), unfair or bigoted. It was a verdict based on observable evidence and firsthand experience.

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Saturday, May 28, 2011

The Most Racially And Culturally Diverse Places In America...

....are hellholes.


from the economiccollapseblog,

If you still live in an area of the United States that is prosperous, do not mock the cities that you are about to read about. The cold, hard reality of the matter is that economic decline and economic despair are spreading rapidly and they will come to your area soon enough. Right now we are still talking about "American hellholes", but if the long-term economic trends that are destroying this nation are not turned around eventually we will just be talking about one gigantic "American hellhole". In the end, no area of the country will completely escape the economic hell that is coming.

Let's take a closer look at what is currently happening in some of the worst areas of the country....

Detroit, Michigan

In the city of Detroit today, there are over 33,000 abandoned houses, 70 schools are being permanently closed down, the mayor wants to bulldoze one-fourth of the city and you can literally buy a house for one dollar in the worst areas.

During the boom days of the 1950s, Detroit was a teeming metropolis of approximately 2 million people, but today the current population is less than half that. The city of Detroit, once a shining example of middle class America, is now a rotting cesspool of economic decline and it actually saw its population decline by 25 percent during the decade that recently ended. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Detroit lost a resident every 22 minutes between the years of 2000 and 2010.

So why are people leaving Detroit so rapidly?

There simply are no jobs.

At the height of the economic downturn, the mayor of Detroit admitted that while the "official" unemployment rate in Detroit was about 27 percent, the "real" unemployment rate in his city was actually somewhere around 50 percent.

Since there are not enough jobs, that also means that not enough tax money is coming in. Detroit is essentially insolvent at this point.

Detroit officials are trying to implement some austerity measures in a desperate attempt to get city finances under control.

For example, the state of Michigan recently granted approval to a plan that would shut down nearly half of the public schools in Detroit. Under the plan, 70 schools will be closed and 72 will continue operating.

It has been estimated that the remaining public schools will have class sizes of up to 60 students.

Detroit Mayor Dave Bing also wants to cut off 20 percent of the entire city from police and trash services in order to save money.

Essentially that would mean abandoning 20 percent of the city of Detroit to the gangs and to the homeless.

The mayor of Detroit has also discussed a plan in which authorities would bulldoze one-fourth of the city in order to save money on services.

So with all of this going on, is Detroit a pleasant place to live at this point?

No way.

Today, Detroit is considered to be the third most violent city in the United States.

In fact, crime has gotten so bad and the citizens are so frustrated by the lack of police assistance that they have resorted to forming their own organizations to fight back. One group, known as "Detroit 300", was formed after a 90-year-old woman on Detroit's northwest side was brutally raped in August.

If you want to see what the future of America looks like, just take a few hours and go driving through Detroit some time. But please only do this during the day. Do not do this at night. Detroit is not a safe place anymore, and you cannot count on the police to help you in a timely manner.

Detroit was once one of the greatest cities in the world.

But today it is an absolute hellhole.

Camden, New Jersey

So is there any place in America that is worse than Detroit?

Well, many would nominate Camden, New Jersey.

Many years ago, Camden was actually thriving and prosperous. But today the city of Camden is known as "the second most dangerous city in America".

In a recent article entitled "City of Ruins", Chris Hedges did an amazing job of documenting the horrific decline of Camden. Hedges estimates that the real rate of unemployment in Camden is somewhere around 30 to 40 percent, and he makes it sound like nobody in their right mind would want to live there now....

Camden is where those discarded as human refuse are dumped, along with the physical refuse of postindustrial America. A sprawling sewage treatment plant on forty acres of riverfront land processes 58 million gallons of wastewater a day for Camden County. The stench of sewage lingers in the streets. There is a huge trash-burning plant that releases noxious clouds, a prison, a massive cement plant and mountains of scrap metal feeding into a giant shredder. The city is scarred with several thousand decaying abandoned row houses; the skeletal remains of windowless brick factories and gutted gas stations; overgrown vacant lots filled with garbage and old tires; neglected, weed-filled cemeteries; and boarded-up store fronts.

Gangs have stepped into the gaping void left by industry. In Camden today, drugs and prostitution are two of the only viable businesses left - especially for those who cannot find employment anywhere else. The following is how Hedges describes the current state of affairs....

There are perhaps a hundred open-air drug markets, most run by gangs like the Bloods, the Latin Kings, Los Nietos and MS-13. Knots of young men in black leather jackets and baggy sweatshirts sell weed and crack to clients, many of whom drive in from the suburbs. The drug trade is one of the city's few thriving businesses. A weapon, police say, is never more than a few feet away, usually stashed behind a trash can, in the grass or on a porch.

But before we all start judging Camden for being such a horrible place to live, it is important to realize that this is happening in communities from coast to coast. All over the United States industries are leaving and deep social decay is setting in.

Even the criminals in Camden are struggling. Things have gotten so bad in Camden, New Jersey that not even the drug dealers are spending their money anymore.

So where are the police?

Unfortunately, there is very little money for police. Authorities in Camden recently decided to lay off half of the city police force.

So now the gangs and the drug dealers have more room to operate.

Sadly, this is not just happening in Camden. It is happening all over New Jersey.

Of 315 municipalities the New Jersey State Police union recently surveyed, more than half indicated that they were planning to lay off police officers.

So why doesn't the state government step in and help out?

Well, the state of New Jersey is in such bad shape that they still are facing a $10 billion budget deficit for this year even after cutting a billion dollars from the education budget and laying off thousands of teachers.

New Jersey also has $46 billion in unfunded pension liabilities and $65 billion in unfunded health care liabilities. Nobody is quite sure how New Jersey is even going to come close to meeting those obligations.

Meanwhile, cities like Camden are rotting a little bit more every single day.

New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans had a struggling economy even before Hurricane Katrina struck back in 2005. But that event changed everything. It is now almost 6 years later and virtually the entire region is still a disaster zone.

New Orleans permanently lost 29% of its population after Hurricane Katrina. There are many areas of New Orleans that still look as if they have just been bombed.

21.5 percent of all houses in New Orleans, Louisiana are currently standing vacant. Many of those homes will never be inhabited again.

What made things even worse for New Orleans (and for residents all along the Gulf coast) was the horrific BP oil spill last year. The mainstream news does not talk about the oil spill much anymore, but those living in the area have to deal with the effects every single day.

Some of the industries in the Gulf region were really starting to recover from Hurricane Katrina but the BP oil spill put a stop to that.

Before the oil spill, Louisiana produced more fish and seafood than anywhere in the United States except for Alaska. But now the seafood industry has been absolutely devastated. It has been estimated that the cost of the BP oil spill to the fishing industry in Louisiana alone could top 3 billion dollars.

Some local shrimpers in the region are projecting that it will be about seven years before they can set to sea again.

New Orleans keeps trying to bounce back from all of these disasters, but times are tough down there.

Today, New Orleans is the 13th most violent city in America. That is actually an improvement. Before Katrina New Orleans had even more violent crime.

The truth is that other areas along the Gulf coast are doing a lot worse than New Orleans is doing. A ton of big corporate money has flowed into New Orleans. Officials are trying to clean up the city and make it a huge tourist destination once again.

But in the surrounding areas things are not looking so bright. There are areas along the coasts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and the panhandle of Florida that are some of the most depressing places in the nation.

It is almost as if there are hundreds of thousands of people that time forgot. In some rural areas along the Gulf coast the poverty is absolutely mind blowing. There are very few jobs and there is very little hope. Meanwhile, large numbers of people in the region continue to get sick from the toxic dispersants used to clean up the oil spill.

Let us hope that we don't see another major disaster in the Gulf of Mexico any time soon. As it is, it is going to take decades for that region to fully recover. There are a lot of really good people that live down there, and they deserve our prayers.

Vallejo, California (And Virtually The Rest Of The State Of California)

Almost the entire state of California is an economic disaster zone. Austerity measures are being implemented in city after city as tax revenues have nosedived.

The following is an excerpt from a recent New York Times article that describes the brutal austerity that has been implemented in Vallejo, California....

Vallejo is still in bankruptcy. The police force has shrunk from 153 officers to 92. Calls for any but the most serious crimes go unanswered. Residents who complain about prostitutes or vandals are told to fill out a form. Three of the city’s firehouses were closed. Last summer, a fire ravaged a house in one of the city’s better neighborhoods; one of the firetrucks came from another town, 15 miles away. Is this America’s future?

Sadly, that is what the future of America is going to look like. Public services are being slashed all over the nation due to budget crunches.

Unless there is a major jobs recovery, the situation in California is going to continue to degenerate. The truth is that the state of California needs millions and millions of new jobs just to get back to "normal". For example, near the end of last year it was reported that 24.3 percent of the residents of El Centro, California were unemployed. Not only that, as of the end of last year the number of people unemployed in the state of California was approximately equivalent to the entire populations of Nevada, New Hampshire and Vermont combined.

Businesses are closing in California at an astounding pace. At one point last year it was reported that in the area around Sacramento, California there was one closed business for every six that were still open.

As a result of all of this, home prices in many areas of California have completely fallen off a cliff. For example, the average home in Merced, California has declined in value by 63 percent over the past four years.

California also had more foreclosure filings that any other U.S. state in 2010. The 546,669 total foreclosure filings during the year means that over 4 percent of all the housing units in the state of California received a foreclosure filing at some point during 2010.

Sadly, things don't look like they are going to turn around in California any time soon. Forbes recently compiled a list entitled "Cities Where The Economy May Get Worse".

Six of the top seven spots were held by cities in California.

California is becoming a very frightening place. When you combine high unemployment with unchecked illegal immigration what you get is rampant poverty.

20 percent of the residents of Los Angeles County are now receiving public aid of one form or another.

In particular, the number of children that are considered to be in need of public assistance is truly scary.

Incredibly, 60 percent of all the students attending California public schools now qualify for free or reduced-price school lunches.

Poverty and illegal immigration have also caused a tremendous health care crisis in the state. The hordes of illegal aliens taking advantage of "free" medical care at hospital emergency rooms have caused dozens of hospitals across the state of California to completely shut down. As a result, the state of California now ranks dead last out of all 50 states in the number of emergency rooms per million people.

The bozos in Sacramento keep passing hundreds of new laws in an attempt to "fix" the state, but the truth is that for the poorest residents of the state all of those new laws don't make a shred of difference.

The following is how Victor Davis Hansen describes what he saw during his recent tour of the "forgotten areas of central California"....

Many of the rural trailer-house compounds I saw appear to the naked eye no different from what I have seen in the Third World . There is a Caribbean look to the junked cars, electric wires crisscrossing between various outbuildings, plastic tarps substituting for replacement shingles, lean-tos cobbled together as auxiliary housing, pit bulls unleashed, and geese, goats, and chickens roaming around the yards. The public hears about all sorts of tough California regulations that stymie business - rigid zoning laws, strict building codes, constant inspections - but apparently none of that applies out here.

Hansen also says that he observed that people in these areas are doing whatever they can to get by....

At crossroads, peddlers in a counter-California economy sell almost anything. Here is what I noticed at an intersection on the west side last week: shovels, rakes, hoes, gas pumps, lawnmowers, edgers, blowers, jackets, gloves, and caps. The merchandise was all new. I doubt whether in high-tax California sales taxes or income taxes were paid on any of these stop-and-go transactions.

In two supermarkets 50 miles apart, I was the only one in line who did not pay with a social-service plastic card (gone are the days when "food stamps" were embarrassing bulky coupons).

Are you frightened yet?

You know what they say - "as goes California, so goes the nation".

What is happening in California now is eventually going to come to your area.

Right now California is also having a huge problem with gangs. Gang violence in America is getting totally out of control. According to authorities, there are now over 1 million members of criminal gangs operating inside the country, and those gangs are responsible for up to 80% of the violent crimes committed in the U.S. each year.

But instead of ramping up to fight crime and fight illegal immigration, police forces all over California are being cut back.

For example, because of extreme budget cuts and police layoffs, Oakland, California Police Chief Anthony Batts has announced that there are a number of crimes that his department simply will no longer respond to due to a lack of resources. The following is a partial list of the crimes that police officers in Oakland will no longer be responding to....

  • burglary
  • theft
  • embezzlement
  • grand theft
  • grand theft: dog
  • identity theft
  • false information to peace officer
  • required to register as sex or arson offender
  • dump waste or offensive matter
  • loud music
  • possess forged notes
  • pass fictitious check
  • obtain money by false voucher
  • fraudulent use of access cards
  • stolen license plate
  • embezzlement by an employee
  • extortion
  • attempted extortion
  • false personification of other
  • injure telephone/power line
  • interfere with power line
  • unauthorized cable tv connection
  • vandalism

Not that Oakland wasn't already a mess before all this, but now how long do you think it will be before total chaos and anarchy reigns on the streets of Oakland?

Today, Oakland is considered the 5th most violent city in the United States.

Will it soon become the most violent?

But Oakland is not the only major California city that is facing these kinds of issues.

Things have gotten so bad in Stockton, California that the police union put up a billboard with the following message: "Welcome to the 2nd most dangerous city in California. Stop laying off cops."

Already the police force in Stockton has been stripped down to almost nothing.

A while back, the Stockton Police Department dropped this bombshell....

"We absolutely do not have any narcotics officers, narcotics sergeants working any kind of investigative narcotics type cases at this point in time."

Do you think drug dealers will be flocking to Stockton after they hear that?

California was once the envy of the world.

Now it is becoming one gigantic hellhole.

During one recent 23 year period, the state of California built 23 prisons but just one university.

So is there any hope for California?

No, unfortunately there is not.

In another article, I wrote about some of the reasons why millions of people have been leaving California for good....

Meanwhile, the standard of living in California is going right into the toilet. Housing values are plummeting. Unemployment has risen above 20 percent in many areas of the state. Crime and gang activity is on the rise even as police budgets are being hacked to the bone. The health care system is an absolute disaster. At this point California has the fewest emergency rooms per million people out of all 50 states. While all of this has been going on, the state legislature in Sacramento has been very busy passing hundreds of new laws that are mostly about promoting one radical agenda or another. The state government has become so radically anti-business that it is a wonder that any businesses have remained in the state. It seems like the moving vans never stop as an endless parade of businesses and families leave California as quickly as they can.

But this is not just a "California thing". The truth is that what is happening in California, in Detroit, in Camden and in hundreds of other communities is also going to happen where you live.


-full article here



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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Idiocracy...

Independent thought is not a concept with which very many Americans are familiar or comfortable. Most want to have their emotions stroked, to be told what they want to hear. They already know what they think. A writer’s job is to validate it, and if the writer doesn’t, he is, depending on the ideology of the reader, a misogynist, a pinko-liberal commie, or an operative for the fascist establishment. All will agree that he is a no good SOB.

As I wrote a while back, respect for truth has fallen and taken everything down with it.

-Paul Craig Roberts


America was founded on the principals of rebellion and self-aggrandizing, and so the "American Spirit" has always been nourished on platitudes .


The "Founders" built an altar and then pledged that nothing of value should ever sit atop it.


Thus the "American Dream" is (not surprisingly) really nothing more than Bread & Circuses.


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Interpretation...

Austria’s far-right Freedom Party, the FPOe, would win the most votes if there were a general election this weekend, according to the results of a new opinion poll released Friday.
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In Media-Speak "far right" means 'only slightly to the left of center'.



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The "Right Side Of History"...

Everyone I know is fuming over the “unconstitutional” health-care bill that was “un-democratically” shoved down our throats. I have to keep explaining to such people that compared to legislation passed in the 1960’s Obamacare is a minor triviality.

It’s amazing (yet sadly not unexpected) that so many seem to gloss over the rather draconian and spirit-crushing bits of legislation commonly refereed to as “civil rights”. Many seem to prefer to ignore or forget that among the “civil rights” accomplishments have been: legalizing abortion, promoting homosexuality, exalting feminism, attacking and attempting to destroy the family, de-constructing communities, rewriting history, and other equally civilization-crushing acts.

And these were done under the notion of “equality”. And to bring about “equality” our society had to destroy, in theory and in fact, freedom of association.

Since the “civil rights” legislation went into effect, Americans have been told (under threat of government force) who they must live among, who they can do business with, who they can vacation with, who their children must attend school with, and in what company they can congregate. All done to criminalize discrimination. Yet the most fundamental freedom that can be had (either collectively or individually) is the right to discriminate. Take away that right and freedom is instantly dead.

And the critical aspect of this is that prejudices and the discriminations they encourage are generally based on collective historical experience. They are an expression of a society’s hard fought for wisdom, enduring and solidifying down through countless ages of toil and struggle. They are not mere attitudes, but rather moral and social guidelines that define and defend a people.

Demonize the concept (of discrimination) in a society and that society WILL hand over all power over every aspect of its life to exterior (alien and hostile) forces. Because discrimination, at its very root, is the freedom and will of a people to say yes or no: to make an informed choice that is also reflective of a natural, collective instinct. Without it there is neither ability nor will to differentiate between what is good or evil, true or false, beauty or ugliness, hope or despair, man or woman, black or White, up or down and so on.

Most critical of all, without the willingness and encouragement to discriminate, a people will be defenseless against attacks both physical and philosophical. The entire premise of “equality” is the certain erosion of sanity. Thus we have to discriminate or society will collapse into chaos, which, not surprisingly, it has been doing since the 1960’s.

So picking nationalized healthcare as the battlefront at this point is kind of like trying to swat the mosquito on the back of the Grizzly bear that’s cornered you in your own home because you’ve heard they’re disease carriers.

As to differentiating the historical understanding of freedom from the modern concept of “Personal freedom”, it is actually a fairly modern concept without much real historical reality. It doesn’t exist and never has.

It can’t.

“Personal freedom” is anathema to a functioning society. And this we can clearly see before us today, as “freedom” is the rallying cry of the far-left demagogues who seek to take control of every aspect of our lives, even as they wreck them. The “personal freedom” slogans are hung next to the myriad of street cameras watching our every move.

A century of “self-liberating” psychology has resulted in a civilization demoralized through indoctrination of self-hate and strung out on mood-altering anti-depressants and increasingly banal whistle and bells distractions commonly known as entertainment.

It’s such a “free country” we can only move about here and there with the assistance of social engineers, government mandates on minority employment and corporate job placement programs, never forming permanent and historical roots to land and family. Thus we end up alienated, paranoid and securely locked away in our houses behind “security systems” and barred windows.

As our “personal liberty” has increased over the past half a century our society has rapidly descended into chaos. Families are broken and torn apart. As mom and dad trasmute into the base metal mm and step dad or two daddies or two mommies or whatever the Frankenfamily arrangement du jour is, getting their fixes on anti-depressants, the kids have taken to mutilating themselves physically (tattoos, increasingly bizarre piercings, and “cutting”) to mirror their mutilated spirits, which have been crushed by womb-to-tomb propaganda that engenders self-hate and atomization from their people and identity past and present.

The streets are riddled with trash and gangs roam at will. Corruption in politics is a given, and the media’s complicity in it is shrugged off with a “that’s just the way it is” attitude. In the end, this modern notion of freedom (aka, personal liberty) has left a bitter taste in mouths of Western people, even if they’re not quite ready to articulate it.

As to real, historical freedom, we are born bound and obliged to a thousand infringements upon our “personal liberty”. Freedom, in the historical since, was the ability to carry out the obligations of the station in life which the web of history had placed upon you; obligations to parents, wives, children, friends, clan and so on.

Slavery and bondage, on the other hand, often “liberated” individuals personally from their responsibilities to their people. It limited their obligations to physical, daily, duties that asked nothing more of them than to complete an assigned task.

Being “the captain of your own ship” or “master of your own destiny” are slogans appealing to the selfishness of those “weighed down” with obligations to wives, children, parents, siblings, clan, friends, community, ancestors and posterity. And true enough, in that sense (the true sense of the notion) death or slavery are the surest ways to “personal liberty”. Because life is obligation. To breathe is to find limitations on your “personal liberty”.

Thus death (of the nature of tribal/ethnic history and collective and personal identity) and slavery (to political correctness, government enforced social engineering, etc) are similar in that both prevent you from fulfilling your obligations to your people. But in that sense they both liberate you from those obligations as well.

Those now fretting over government mandated “death panels” should relax, as it represents the apex of everything America has fought for over the past 40+ years. After all, Death is not only the surest way to “personal freedom” it’s also the state most assuredly conducive to equality among all peoples.


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Saturday, May 21, 2011

A Long Tradition Of Failed Prophesies On The End Of The World...

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And he (Jesus) said unto them (2000 years ago), Verily I say unto you, That there be some of them that stand here, which shall not taste of death, till they have seen the kingdom of God come with power.
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Thursday, May 19, 2011

North And South...

I still, occasionally, come across comments comparing ancient Northern Europe to ancient Southern Europe and beyond.

The insinuation is that, by contrast, northern Europe was less developed and primitive compared to the south.

Well, yeah and neah…..

The northern lands were significantly less accommodating to human habitation compared to the warmer climate of the south. So survival was more difficult.

But beyond that it should be kept in mind that the majority of the peoples living within the bounds of the Greco-Roman world did not live in marble halls with slave girls feeding them grapes as they lounged on luxurious couches stacked with pillows (as per every movie about Rome ever made).

No, the conditions and living standards for the average Roman citizen along the Mediterranean was no different than the average man living in the north lands.

More important than this though was that the peoples living in the north lands were significantly smaller in number than those in the south.

When the Celtic and Teutonic peoples experienced a population boom they began to move down from the north and conquer every land (and people) in their path, Rome included. The civilizations and empires they built eclipsed all that came before, and all that will come after.

For civilization is now indeed in decline and it is beyond foolish to assume that man will always progress forward.

Evolution dictates survival of the fittest within a given environment. And the environment that gave birth to European man, both north and south, will never be repeated.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

You know You're In A Third World Nation When...

Orcs are stealing highway guardrails and copper from power lines,

QUINCY (CBS) – Police in Quincy are dealing with a kind of copper theft they haven’t seen before. Someone cut the copper telephone wires from two utility poles in the city; working lines that service Verizon customers. One of the customers, Cheryl Percy who owns Miller photography studio on Foster Street, lost telephone service for several hours.
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There are a couple hundred DTE Energy customers without power in Dearborn Heights, a large number of the outages are in the Van Born -Inkster Road area.
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note: text of news stories are often "updated".



And there are millions of orcs pouring into America every year, illegally and legally.


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Friday, May 13, 2011

Low IQ? Come To Chicago...

The Chicago Fire Department must hire 111 bypassed black firefighter candidates — and distribute “tens of millions of dollars” in damages to 6,000 others who will never get that chance — a federal appeals court ruled Friday, upholding a landmark ruling.

“The city gave a test back in 1995 that did not measure the ability to be a firefighter. It made it more than six times more likely that white applicants would be hired rather than African Americans with no job-related justification. Nothing about getting a high score on that test predicted anything about whether you’d be a superior firefighter.”

When results from the 1995 entrance exam were disappointing for minorities, the city established a cutoff score of 89 and hired randomly from the top 1,800 “well-qualified” candidates.

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American blacks have an average IQ of 85. Up until the 1960's 85 was generally considered the line at which mental retardation was measured. But the number was dropped due to pressure from the PC politburo.

Truth is the enemy of equality and social justice.


So there are now increasing numbers of mentally retarded orcs in fire departments, police departments, airports, government agencies and so on.

Comforting thought isn't it?

But it's a common reality now in Amerikwa,

Otis Mathis admits he struggles to write coherent sentences, but he serves as president of the Detroit Board of Education.

....a couple of email messages indicating just how poorly Mathis writes.
  • If you saw Sunday's Free Press that shown Robert Bobb the emergency financial manager for Detroit Public Schools, move Mark Twain to Boynton which have three times the number seats then students and was one of the reason's he gave for closing school to many empty seats.

  • Do DPS control the Foundation or outside group? If an outside group control the foundation, then what is DPS Board row with selection of is director? Our we mixing DPS and None DPS row's, and who is the watch dog?
Mathis was placed in special education classes in Middle School, says he graduated from High School with a 1.8 grade point average and went on to earn a bachelor's degree in criminal justice at Wayne State University.

Since then, he's been a leader in the community: he started businesses, served as Wayne County Commissioner , worked as a substitute teacher for Detroit Public Schools and now helps set academic policy as president of the school board.

Mathis admits he struggles to string together a coherent sentence, but if you watch the video above (recorded during his failed bid for City Council), you'll see he can string together coherent thoughts, and peers say he's engaging.

But does it send a bad message to students of the struggling district if one of their leaders cannot write well? Or can he serve as a role model for the power of perseverance?
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The guy can barely read or write, was placed in "special" education and graduated with a 1.8 grade point average........yet got a bachelor's degree in criminal justice!



Welcome to the future...


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To Know...

Today we find ourselves in the path of a raging storm that seems determined to bring the rafters down upon us. We must keep in mind, though, that we are not the first generation to face such perplexities. Nor, we must hope, will we be the last.

The question before us now is how to best contend with this storm. Rash people climb up on the rooftop, shake a fist at the winds, and challenge the storm to a one-on-one battle to the finish. The finish usually means getting blown away, hit by lightning, or struck by a 150mph piece of airborne debris. Then there’s the panic-stricken, who ignored the gathering storm clouds till it‘s all too late, and are too frozen with fear to work out what to do.

The assured man, on the other hand, knows that storms come and go, and prepares to meet them and weather them as best he may. He watches and stays alert, and when he sees the clouds gathering he batons down the hatches, secures the lose timbers, herds the small animals into the barn, gathers the family into one place, brings the tools into the house and keeps the candles close at hand. He may not always avoid all tragedy and loss. But he has the best chance, and the state of mind and spirit to begin again the next day.

This is the kind of man - someone naturally steady, stable, with good character and good instincts, someone who thinks clearly even in harm’s way - that we need in abundance now. So this is a post about such men, and about the all too obvious, simple lessons in life - the basic truths - which help to make them, and which we are not getting right anymore.

As we grow older and take from the lessons learned from experience we come to appreciate two seemingly conflicting truths that are, none the less, complementary. The first is: patience truly is a virtue. The second is: a single lifetime is very, very short.

It is only when we appreciate how insignificant we are that we begin to become amazed at the relevance of our existence. And it is only when we realize how fast time goes by that we learn to be more patient with the events about us. We are, after all, just links in a massive chain stretching out long before us and far behind us.

The complexities of a single life are great indeed, yet humbling and modest juxtaposed against the boundlessness of human existence. So great of importance is a single average life, yet so small is the dent it leaves on the world about it.

Too many of us today make far too much out of the importance our place in this world holds or the significance that our own time on this earth bears. And in so doing we neglect the true significance that our own short time here has on our part in that chain of life.

That we live in an age of manufactured confusion and doubt is beyond question. No people can function in such a state. All about us we see people (and whole societies) coming undone due to a turning away from basic wisdoms: on faith, on identity, on social relations, on personal importance, on contact with the real, etc … Nothing today demonstrates the detachment from wisdom more than the fact that our fellow citizens are interdependent peasants who imagine themselves to be autonomous kings and queens in charge of their own destinies. They constantly question their own limited understandings of where they came from and where they might be going. They play not only the part of king but of challenger to the throne as well. They are in rebellion against themselves.

It’s worth noting that lies and the welter of confusion they create always come out of a psychology that is convoluted, complex, ever twisting, ever in motion, ever changing, even productive of still more questions that engender more doubt and confusion. From race and gender and gender roles, to national identity and personal responsibilities … nowhere are there certainties. Nowhere are there answers, only perplexing riddles and multiplying conundrums.

Truth, on the other hand, is basic, straightforward and simple, leaving neither doubt nor confusion.

And in truth, most of us are, have been, always will be peasants. I would add that there is neither shame nor degradation in that fact - and by peasants I mean most us are bound to the jurisdiction of nature, which lends to an average life a full measure of human fulfilment.

This fulfilment which flows from the natural sense of self is what we have neglected, and doubt and confusion are the inevitable consequence.

What our history as a people has taught us is how to best cope, individually, with the inevitable trials and tragedies of our short existence while operating within the greater community of man. Life, after all, is so simple and predictable yet always full of stumbling blocks and unexpected sorrows (and delights), none of which, however, are unique in the common experience.

Our own era is, tragically, in perpetual flux and despondency brought about through our modern infatuation with doubting and questioning anything and everything of substantive value and obvious truisms. We have got to the insane but inevitable point of questioning the knowability of the very ground upon which we walk or the air which we breathe. It’s as if we’ve willingly blindfolded ourselves and then gone rushing headfirst into a wilderness.

There are too many questions and too few answers from the authority of conviction out in the wide Western world today. We’ve become not only heretics from faith but refugees from civilization, from our way of life itself - all because we’ve come to imagine life is more complex and unknowable than it really is, and constitutes a personal journey of discovery, the end of which yields different facts to different people.

It isn’t. And it doesn’t.

Life has long since been explored to the fullest and all of its potentials and drawbacks have been thoroughly analyzed and evaluated. The parameters of who and what we are and are capable of being were established through trial and error played out over countless ages so that what we know today in terms of identity (son, father, husband, friend, patriot, etc) is an inheritance of such basic wisdom that it is profitable to every man in every age.

Yet all the wisdom collected and passed along to us through those long, dark ages is for naught unless we continue to embrace it, live it and pass it on to the next generation. In that sense, the more absolute, the more straightforward the truth, the more sustaining the fruit it bears.

Thus the recognition of the absolutes of life is a key to stability of mind and soul during the tumultuous storm. And what are the absolutes?

Beginnings and Endings
Man and Woman
Youth and Old Age
Life and Death
Night and Day
Sorrow and Pleasure
Hope and Despair
Black and White
Honor and Shame
Doubt and Faith
Good and Evil
Sun and Storm
Sight and Blindness
Health and Sickness
Past and Present
Beauty and Ugliness
Truth and Lies

Failing to acknowledge any one of such basic and simple paradigms leads to imbalance in thinking, from which comes hesitation to action in words or deed at times when there should be none. And is that not what we see all about us in The West today?

Socrates said, “the unexamined life is not worth living”. Yet that examination must come through reflection of an experience lived and not manifested in baseless expectations or doubts and questionings of what has not been lived. Otherwise we cast stumbling blocks in front of ourselves by questioning the absolutes which have guided our forefathers through countless storms.

After all, how much reasonable pondering of any quality can a man make in a single lifetime. How much history can he absorb? How many books can he read? How many subjects can he master to make an informed decision on any subject? (And all this as he must also be a son, a friend, a brother, a husband, a father, a carpenter, a farmer, a soldier, a mechanic, an engineer, etc…) Each and every day is a burden of responsibilities to best affect those about you whom you love and care for. We are by nature, and nature’s clock, limited. It is only through acknowledging and accepting those limitations that we learn how to best steer a steady course towards our inevitable fate.

So where does this lead?

In the limited time we are allotted, we need to know (as in believe with conviction) who we are, to whom we belong and why we value the things we do. That way we maximize the amount of peace and contentedness with which we might live out our lives. We bestow upon ourselves a state of mind in which we can see the storm clouds gathering and prepare for the onslaught, knowing without a shadow of doubt that our defense is right and just.

We must accept our mortality and act accordingly. For we are constantly withering away minute by minute, hour by hour, day by day. The wisdom which any one of us is allowed, beyond all doubts, are the absolutes; That we are flesh and blood. That we are white - Sons of The West. That we are men: protectors of our wives, guardians of our children and defenders of the home and inheritance. That we will love our wives. That we will pass that inheritance to our children. That we will be loyal to our friends. That we will not back down to our enemies. That we will know death and grief as well as happiness. That health is better than sickness. That we will age and die. That moments are fleeting. That morning will follow night. That all storms pass with time.

Such things, simple though they may be, are the storehouse of Western wisdom for each and everyone of us. No exceptions.

Can any man really live if he deconstructs the absolutes? I think not. I think he can never repair, never rebuild civilization. That’s the sacred task and the preserve of those who know with certainty that they are, beyond any shadow of a doubt, Men of The West.



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More Gifts From Invasion...

Not only are there more bed bugs about in North America in Europe, but more of them appear to be carrying two types of superbugs - methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecium (VRE) - bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics and very hard to treat when there is an infection.
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Yes, just one of the many wondrous gifts brought to you by the thirdworld hordes currently invading every town and neighborhood across the Western World like orcs moving over the Misty Mountains.

It goes on the list with

Increasing cases of leprosy

Increasing numbers of gangs

Increasing numbers of murder

Increasing numbers of rapes

Increasing numbers of disease

Decreased wages

Declining quality of life across North America

The shutting down of over burdened hospitals and schools

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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Everything Is Under Control pt. II...

Sen. Charles Schumer is calling for better rail security now that the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound has turned up plans to attack trains in the U.S.

“Anyone, even a member of al-Qaida could purchase a train ticket and board an Amtrak train without so much as a question asked,” Schumer said. “So that’s why I’m calling for the creation of an Amtrak no ride list. That would take the secure flight program and apply it to Amtrak trains.”

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Isn't diversity wonderful. Kind of like a prison yard.


Sure, on the one hand there are gangs and rapes and murders and so on, but on the other hand there are watch towers and cameras everywhere and security systems set up to monitor you at every point of your day.


Of course if these sort of stories upset you, you can turn on TV where everything is under control and a-okay!



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Everything is Under Control...

Twelve suspected members of the Zetas drug gang and a member of Mexico's Navy were killed in a shootout on an island in a lake that straddles the U.S.-Mexico border, authorities said Monday.

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Falcon Lake drew the attention of law enforcement authorities on both side of the border last September after an American man on a personal watercraft was reportedly ambushed by attackers and shot in the head.

Tiffany Hartley told police that she and her husband were riding water scooters on the lake on September 30 when they were attacked.

Her husband's body has not been found, and the case has remained unsolved.



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Saturday, May 7, 2011

Render The Question?...

13 Later they sent some of the Pharisees and Herodians to Jesus to catch him in his words. 14 They came to him and said, “Teacher, we know that you are a man of integrity. You aren’t swayed by others, because you pay no attention to who they are; but you teach the way of God in accordance with the truth. Is it right to pay the imperial tax to Caesar or not? 15 Should we pay or shouldn’t we?”

But Jesus knew their hypocrisy. “Why are you trying to trap me?” he asked. “Bring me a denarius and let me look at it.” 16 They brought the coin, and he asked them, “Whose image is this? And whose inscription?”

“Caesar’s,” they replied.

17 Then Jesus said to them, “Give back to Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what is God’s.”

And they were amazed at him.

-Mark 12: 13-17

So they were amazed at Jesus completely sidestepping the question?
Wow!
Easy audience!

After all a tax is "a compulsory financial contribution imposed by a government to raise revenue, levied on the income or property of persons or organizations, on the production costs or sales prices of goods and services, etc."

Jesus's answer had nothing to do with the question which was whether or not they should repeatedly surrender a portion of their property to the current governing power.

A tax meant that they would have to hand over a piece of their (physical) property, furniture, livestock (cows, chickens, pigs, goats) etc.. or that they would have to labor specifically in order to raise funds in exchange for "pictures of Caesar" to give back to Caesar's representatives.

They weren't asking Jesus that if they borrowed Caesar's truck if they had to return it.

They were asking, "hey, is it fair that Caesar drags us down to a garage and makes us change the tires on his truck?"

Never the less, Jesus answered, "Well, whose name is on the receipt for the tires?"


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Thursday, May 5, 2011

Once Again We See That Truth Is Racist...

From America's premiere black center,


According to a new report, 47 percent of Detroiters are ”functionally illiterate.” The alarming new statistics were released by the Detroit Regional Workforce Fund on Wednesday.
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To re-state what has been said here before,



There is not now, nor has there ever been, a majority black area/city/nation that was not riddled with crime, poverty, disease and corruption.
Never. Ever.
Not on any continent or within any society or in any era.


Likewise, there is not now, nor has there ever been, a peaceful and prosperous multicultural society.

In fact the phrase "multicultural" is an oxymoron.

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Sunday, May 1, 2011

Luke Skywalker Is Dead!!!

The Imperial News Network is reporting that sources in the Imperial Government have confirmed that special forces of the Imperial Army have at long last taken down rebel and terrorist mastermind, Luke Skywalker.

Skywalker, notorious for his unjust and unprovoked terrorist attack upon the Death Star some ten years ago, was said to have been hiding out in a cave or swamp in a remote and isolated region of the Dagobah System.


The Emperor announced the news live on Imperial Television Networks, declaring, "who is like unto the Empire, and who can make war with it?" He then went on to assure Imperial subjects that the demise of Skywalker was evidence of the success of Imperial Military Policy in subduing the galaxy and bringing all peoples everywhere under the just and benevolent power of the Empire.

Sources close to the Imperial Guard told Imperial News Network correspondents that the next step was to hunt down Skywalker's second in command, terrorist Han Solo.
"General" Solo is currently hiding out on planet Libya, where Imperial Forces have been engaged against stubborn rebels for weeks.
Recently, Imperial Liberators have taken out a school for disabled children.
(note: It has now been confirmed by Imperial Decree, that these "disabled children" were in fact Ewoks!!! being trained to carry out terrorist attacks against Imperial troop compounds in the region.
Ewoks are are notorious for such terrorist activities as throwing rocks at Imperial bombers! and for their general reluctance to submit to the Empire!!!)

"It's only a matter of time till we get Solo as well," said Admiral Piett, Commander of the Imperial Fleet. "The information we've wrung from the Bothan Spies being held at Guantanamo assure us that Solo, Leia and the entire Rebel terrorist networks days are numbered. Long live the Empire!"


Markets were expected to move upwards tomorrow on the news.

-ImperialNewsNetwork.org


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Diversity Marches On...

Leprosy In Modern America

Cases of leprosy are rare in the U.S.. However, due to the increase in immigrants from Mexico, India, Africa and other Third World nations, there has been an increase in the number of reported leprosy cases. According to research done by Ben Whitford in Leprosy In America: New Causes of Concern, an average of 130 leprosy cases are discovered each year among immigrants. The leprosy cases are mainly in areas of the United States with a high immigrant populations, such as in New York, Texas, California, and Florida. According to Whitford, because many American doctors have very little experience in treating the disease, leprosy in its early stages is often mistaken for eczema or diabetes.

People with HIV are now at risk of developing leprosy. (Worrisome New Link: AIDS Drugs& Leprosy, New York Times, Oct 24, 2006, Donald G. McNeil Jr.) These cases have been found in various places in the United States as well as in Third World nations. People treated with antiretroviral drugs for AIDS are developing leprosy. Doctors and scientist are baffled at this problem and are trying to figure out the cause.

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