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  1. How am I a bigot? Seems to me that the bigot is you for defending the orthodoxy IN SPITE of the evidence and obstinately refusing to consider any other POV. Proof of anti-white bias in the media is WIDESPREAD and evident. Your complacency about it shows that you are the one who is a racist and a bigot. Compare the media attention of the Byrd dragging death (of an ex convict) vs the Media silence about the horrible dragging death of a single mother named Patricia Stansfield... of course I can and did list numerous other examples... but you're a bigot, and an authoritarian to the Egalitarian media, so you're not after argument... just ad hominem attacks
  2. please explain how you gathered that I am left of center... i'm interested.
  3. what!??!?! ahahahahah! how in the world do you figure that&?! Actually by aggressively supporting an immigration system that takes in THOUSANDS of these Somalis, and thus bringing us ever closer to the level of Somalia by so doing, its actually well-to-do egalitarians and left wing liberals who are insuring that the US and Canada become a fetid and feral jungle like Somalia.
  4. based on clear patterns repeated over and over in mass media.... white on black racial abuses always get star billing, whether its the nonsense Duke "rape" case, or micheal richards... The nonstop media circus around the dragging death of James Byrd... vs the complete silencing of the dragging death of white mother of two Patricia Stansfield... we've actually delved often into clear examples of bias in these forums as well... and yet here you are all "confused" and bewildered...
  5. the media would have been apoplectic... I could see a TV movie in the works... perhaps a 5 minute segment for every political show everywhere for 2 months, maybe Obama would have addressed the nation... the NAACP would be staging demonstration protests to boycott the agricultural ministry headed by the wicked white woman... local human rights councils would have investigated hate crime charges... and local hoodlums would probably have a play at aggressing, vandalizing the white offender and her property.
  6. This is a video in which Shirley Sherrod, USDA Georgia Director of Rural Development, speaks at the NAACP Freedom Fund dinner in Georgia. In her meandering speech to what appears to be an all-black audience, this federally appointed executive bureaucrat lays out in stark detail, that her federal duties are managed through the prism of race and class distinctions. "In the first video, Sherrod describes how she racially discriminates against a white farmer. She describes how she is torn over how much she will choose to help him. And, she admits that she doesn’t do everything she can for him, because he is white. Eventually, her basic humanity informs that this white man is poor and needs help. But she decides that he should get help from “one of his own kind”. She refers him to a white lawyer."
  8. latest developments seem to confirm Kimmy's POV: "More evidence of Justice racism Attitude to race-neutral enforcement of voting-rights act described as 'hostile'" http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=180129 "Two former U.S. Department of Justice attorneys have corroborated key elements of the explosive allegations by a third former attorney that the Voting Section of the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division is refusing to enforce the law against black defendants. On July 6, former DOJ attorney J. Christian Adams testified before the U.S. Civil Rights Commission that the Voting Section is dominated by a “culture of hostility” toward bringing cases against blacks and other minorities who violate voting-rights laws. One of Adams’ DOJ colleagues, former Voting Section trial attorney Hans A. von Spakovsky, told WND he saw Adams was being attacked in the media for lack of corroboration. He said he knew Adams was telling the truth, so he decided on his own to step forward. In an affidavit dated yesterday, von Spakovsky stated, “I can confirm from my own experience as a career lawyer that there was a dominant attitude within the Division and the Voting Section of hostility towards the race-neutral enforcement of voting-rights law.” Von Spakovsky also asked another old colleague, former DOJ Special Counsel for Voting Matters Karl S. Bowers Jr., to go on the record. Bowers is now in private practice in South Carolina. In his own affidavit, Bowers stated: “In my experience, there was a pervasive culture in the Civil Rights Division and within the Voting Section of apathy and in some cases outright hostility towards race-neutral enforcement of voting-rights laws among large segments of career attorneys.” In his affidavit, von Spakovsky, now a Senior Legal Fellow in the Center for Legal & Judicial Studies at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., backed up Adams’ testimony that Voting Section staff lawyers were harassed by their colleagues for working on a case brought against a black activist. According to von Spakovsky, former Voting Section Chief Christopher Coates was harassed “over his work on the Brown case because they did not believe that the Justice Department should file any lawsuit under the Voting Rights Act against black defendants, no matter how egregious their violations of the law.” Von Spakovsky also confirmed Adams’ allegations that the DOJ has brought “hundreds” of cases against white defendants but only two cases against black defendants. He agreed with Adams that DOJ’s dismissal of most charges in one of the cases after the Obama administration took over in 2009, the New Black Panther Party voter-intimidation case, was “unprecedented.” In his affidavit, von Spakovsky further confirmed Adams’ allegation that the DOJ is deliberately refusing to enforce Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act, widely known as the “Motor Voter” law. Section 8 requires state and local election officials to remove ineligible voters from voter lists. According to Adams, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Julie Fernandes, an Obama appointee, told Voting Section employees the department “has no interest in enforcing” Section 8 because “it has nothing to do with increasing turnout.” Von Spakovsky told WND the administration’s refusal to enforce Section 8 is politically motivated. “The left doesn’t like Section 8, because they want as many people on the rolls as possible, even if they’re ineligible.” Von Spakovsky contended that enough ineligible felons voted in Minnesota to catapult the Democratic candidate, comedian Al Franken, to victory in the razor-thin 2008 U.S. Senate race. Adams, now a PajamasMedia blogger, alleged in a blog post yesterday: “The Department is not allowing Christopher Coates to comply with his subpoena [from the U.S. Civil Rights Commission]. These two affidavits give you an abbreviated understanding about why that is. If he were permitted to appear and tell the truth, the lid blows off.” Von Spakovsky said the DOJ was placing Coates in an “untenable” position by ordering him not to comply with the subpoena, forcing him to choose between exposing himself to legal jeopardy and keeping his job."
  9. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/19/us/politics/19evangelicals.html?_r=1 mutton for mutton heads. "At a time when the prospects for immigration overhaul seem most dim, supporters have unleashed a secret weapon: a group of influential evangelical Christian leaders. Normally on the opposite side of political issues backed by the Obama White House, these leaders are aligning with the president to support an overhaul that would include some path to legalization for illegal immigrants already here. {snip} {snip} Although other religious leaders have long favored immigration overhaul—including Roman Catholics, mainline Protestants, Jews and Muslims—the evangelicals are crucial because they have the relationships and the pull with Republicans."
  10. and in other news: "Somali-born Roosevelt grad pleads guilty to terror acts" http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2009479125_somalia16m.html @A Seattle man has pleaded guilty in Minnesota to terrorism-related charges in connection with the disappearances of dozens of U.S. Somali youths, some of whom turned up fighting with suspected terrorists in Somalia and at least one of whom became a suicide bomber, according to court documents and interviews. Court records show Abdifatah Yusuf Isse, 25, a 2002 Roosevelt High School graduate and a former economics student at Eastern Washington University, traveled to Somalia to train with Al-Shabaab, a Somalia-based radical Islamist group that last year was designated by the U.S. State Department as a foreign terrorist organization. His court-appointed attorney said Isse was likely being recruited as a possible suicide bomber. He pleaded guilty to a single count of providing material support to terrorists—which carries a possible 10-year prison sentence—and has been cooperating with federal investigators in what the FBI has said in an ongoing investigation. His mother, in an interview earlier this week, said Isse was a “good boy” who fell in with the wrong crowd while in Minneapolis. {snip} Isse and another man, Salah Ahmed, were named in an indictment unsealed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis, part of what the FBI has said is a widespread and ongoing investigation into alleged terrorist recruitment among Somalis living in the U.S., including Seattle. Investigators say as many as 20 young Somali men from the Twin Cities area have disappeared in the past two years, and at least three of them have turned up dead in Somalia. They include Shirwa Ahmed, an American who blew himself up in a suicide bombing against U.N. and Ethiopian forces last October. Federal prosecutors say Isse went to Somalia with another man in December 2007, that he stayed in Al-Shabaab safe houses, was given an AK-47 and helped construct an Al-Shabaab training camp. After a couple of weeks, however, he decided not to stay and he and another Minnesota man left the camp. Isse stayed in Somalia to visit relatives. He was arrested at Sea-Tac Airport in March when he [email protected] people will doubtless remind me that getting Somali restaurants is a fair trade in for this kind of behavior, but at what point is national security trumped by culinary diversity? regardless all the arguments thus far enumerated by egalitarian leftists here for diversity so far amount to just that: culinary diversity... ridiculous no?
  11. I couldn't make this up: http://radio.foxnews.com/2010/07/12/penis-pumps-for-illegals/#axzz0tpVXkShs "A Minnesota town is outraged over reports that an illegal immigrant was implanted with a penis pump—paid for by taxpayers. Shakopee Police Chief Jeff Tate said the expense to taxpayers was more than $50,000. {snip} Ciliberto [scott County Attorney Pat Ciliberto] told county commissioners the cost of taking care of illegal immigrants in their community is skyrocketing. “It should be obvious when Scott County goes from seven bookings in 2006 to 90 bookings in 2009—that Arizona’s problem is Minnesota’s problem, too,” he told the newspaper. According to published numbers, the county spent more than $800,000 housing inmates with immigration holds—and that doesn’t include medical coverage. {snip} Regardless, local officials said they are required by federal and state laws to provide welfare to illegals—from court costs to health care—including a penis pump. {snip} “My hats off to Arizona, to people who’ve said, ‘We’ve had enough,’” Commissioner Barbara Marschall told the newspaper. “We’re thousands (of) miles away from the southern border. It’s here and it’s going to get worse.” lets see our rabid pro-diversity types grapple this one....
  12. that's interesting, what you mean to say though, is that only white people are greedy. although, i'm curious to find out which culture are NOT greedy, i'd love to see what you come up with.
  13. yet you can't even spell the word "racist" that's funny too, what exactly is "rascist" about this post? does mere mention of race make everything racist? really?
  14. http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2010/jul/09/black-people-camp-holidays “Do I look like a camper to you?” splutters my friend Kiren. And I have to admit, her blow-dried hair and impeccable nails don’t scream “tent-lover”. What about Anna who grew up in Macclesfield, a stone’s throw from the Peak District? “Why would I?” she demands, puzzled. Amal, meanwhile, has never even considered slumming it in a tent. Camping may have thrown off its Peruvian socks image and become as fashionable as vintage clothes and cupcakes, but not everyone is enchanted. The few times I have been to a campsite, I’ve always been one of the only non-white faces around. And while my white friends will camp anywhere—campsites, festivals, literary events—my non-white friends are not convinced. Matthew Eastlake, marketing director of the Camping and Caravanning Club, agrees that ethnic minorities are “not hugely represented” in the club, despite a membership of nearly half a million. This tallies with evidence that few ethnic minority families go to the countryside for holidays—for instance, only 1% of visitors to our national parks are from a minority background, compared to 10% of the population. Shalini, a lawyer who loves camping, admits she has been only with white friends. “You do stick out more on a campsite,” she says. “I brace myself for comments like ‘That’s a funny name’ or ‘Where do you come from?’. I think that would be uncomfortable for families or groups of young people.” Then there’s the fact that Asian family holidays tend to be sprawling, all-encompassing affairs. I remember the intakes of breath and faces squashed against the window as we tried to jam four adults and six kids in each car on family days out. While this might seem to fit with camping, Shalini reckons it makes ethnic minorities more careful about where they go. “Asian families tend to go on holiday with a whole load of people and a whole load of stuff; so they can be worried about putting people’s noses out of joint.” For Amal, who grew up in Somalia, it’s the fear of the countryside. “I feel London is my comfort zone,” she tells me. Like many people, she is nervous about what Trevor Phillips once called the “passive apartheid” of the countryside—the fact that rural areas have such a low ethnic-minority population. “I worry that people will be mean or unfriendly with me,” Amal says. “Basically, I’m worried they will be racist.” Yet camping is experiencing a boom, which Eastlake attributes in part to the recession. “Now it’s not so cool to be extravagant and environmentally unfriendly. People are thinking more about family time and simple pleasures.” One thing Asian families understand is family time—so what’s holding us back? For a start, there is no culture of camping among immigrant communities, which means no nostalgic pull. The countryside is seen as a place to escape from. Satirical website Stuff White People Like puts its succinctly: “If you find yourself trapped in the middle of the woods without electricity, running water or a car, you would likely describe that situation as a ‘nightmare’ . . . White people refer to it as ‘camping’.” Kiren tells me her parents, originally from Pakistan, would never have taken her camping. “Culturally, you are considered poor if you live or stay somewhere without brick walls.” If I may translate all of this for politically incorrect people: White people are supposed to worry about what blacks worry about. For your pleasure dears! Lets bend down a little lower guys cmon!
  15. http://www.examiner.com/x-10317-San-Diego-County-Political-Buzz-Examiner~y2010m7d14-New-Jersey-Supreme-Court-orders-police-to-give-illegals-DUI-tests-in-multiple-languages?cid=examiner-e In an effort to thwart law enforcement in the state from arresting those who don’t speak English during DUI stops, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled officers must bring non-English speakers into the station and translate the breathalyzer process for them in a language they understand. The result of the added dog-and-pony show for non-English speakers could lead to law enforcement to think twice before they attempt to arrest those on suspicion of drunk driving. At the very least it will cause officers to leave the field and drive alleged DUI offenders to the station leaving fewer enforcement officers on their beats. According to the ruling, New Jersey police must explain the state’s implied consent law to motorists in a language that they understand before making any arrests. Monday’s State Supreme Court’s 4-3 decision overturned a conviction for a man who refused to take an alcohol breathalyzer test because he only spoke Spanish, and claims he did not understand the officers. {snip} The dispute arose after police responded to a car accident. The police officer initially asked in English for Marquez to show his license and after noncompliance the officer repeated the request in Spanish. Marquez said he didn’t understand the police and that he had taken the driver’s license test in Spanish. One of Marquez’s excuses for the accident and officer misunderstanding was an unsubstantiated claim that he had taken two Percocet pills for pain that made him sleepy and dizzy. “He was read his rights in a meaningless way,” said Marquez’s attorney, Michael B. Blacker. “Other states have not gotten this far. This is the first case where the court has said translation is the remedy.”
  16. Presumably calling that "decision" into question is out of the question right? even if it makes no sense whatsoever from any standpoint... okay
  17. the frasier report highlights quite unambiguously with irrefragable numbers, that these low skill immigrants COST much more to the country then they contribute. Sales tax? most of them bring their money back to mexico with them... room and board? they sleep in communes! those are the facts.. the end sum of these migrant workers IS A LOSS OF MONEY FOR US.
  18. howabout focusing on the article/topic though... I think its an interesting subject....
  19. its hard to keep track of what is officially unnaccceptable here... I commented negatively on Seal`s appearance and was banned for a month no appeals for my troubles... the term "creature" is hardly hate is it.... or wait... is it?!
  20. http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/publications/id.6756/pub_detail.asp "Newly arrived Somali immigrants have transformed small towns and cities throughout the United States into tuulas (Somali villages). The process is underway in such places as Lewiston, Maine; Shelbyville, Tennessee, St. Cloud, Minnesota, Clarkston,Georgia, and Jamestown, North Dakota. The Jamestown Sun reports that 400 Somalis have applied for public housing in the past four months. The Somali immigrants in Garden City, Kansas and nearby small towns have created the Somali Community Center of Southwest Kansas in order to tap into public welfare programs. Within this section of the heartland, white Christians have become the minority. In East San Diego, the newly arrived Somalis have created a Little Mogadishu. The streets are lined with Somali stores, shops, and mosques. In the midst of this ethnic enclave stands the Iftin Charter School, where K-8 students are introduced to Arabic. 99% of the student population is Somali; Arabs constitute the remaining 1%. The American Somalis now display the highest unemployment and poverty rates in the country. They also remain the least educated. According to Andrew Liepman, the deputy director of intelligence at the National Counterterrorism Center, Somali-Americans face “greater insularity compared to other, more integrated Muslim immigrant communities, [which] has aggravated the challenge of assimilation for their children.” This problem is crystallized by the present situation is Lewiston, Maine, where African Muslims, many from the Bantu tribe, began arriving in 2001 at the rate of 100 a month." We have had our own problems with our somali squatters, ottawa for instance is filled with these people who are both unnassimilable and intractable. I remember reading of an interview with the favored wife of the most notorious Somali warlord, Mohammed Farah Aideed (who was already working with al Qaeda in 1993), was living in London, Ontario with four children. When challenged on this, she predictably accused the Canadian reporters who were trying to interview her of being racist. they really must love it here! but seriously, why do we allow these people in? I'm thinking of calling my MP to ask.... why!? what is with this insanity of trying to resettle these creatures here? Why do we have this automatic obligation towards them? Why is this our destiny seemingly?
  21. that's a very valid point, even if europeans have conquered the world and advanced human knowledge beyond anything that any other people could, even if they technically have the capacity to dominate the world and snuff out all competitors, in the end if they are too stupid and fat headed to preserve the precarious security given them by their technology, they will be overtaken by fast breeding third worlders... and any concept of superiority will be null and void. as long as europeans beamingly exclaim their desire to be the worlds do gooder for world peace, and continue to act like slaves, then all of this talk will be nugatory.
  22. I only hope that liberals will offer me well thought out evidence to at least combat my racist leanings! So far I have seen nothing but pressure to conform...
  23. It is indeed possible to create offspring with any variety of human races, but the fact remains that miscegenation carries with it a immutable characteristic, that of the abolition of "souche" genes.... have you seen the child sired by seal and heidi klum?
  24. I do not represent the "mainstream right", but perhaps you could give me a few suggestive examples? I'm aware of the liberal attacks on him, which amount to accusation of anti-semetism and holocaust denial... as ridiculous as that is. but I have never heard any right wing (nationalist) element voicing any antipathy towards him. fox news is a bit pro jesus ... which disqualifies them as true right wingers.
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