Saturday, April 30, 2011

The REAL Enemy

Comrades, in regards to yesterday's post, today I'd like to talk about the REAL enemy of the White Working class. The names listed yesterday, they are the REAL enemy. The big time Jewish bankers and financiers, their Gentile Judeo-Capitalist allies, and their political puppets, both Jewish and non-Jewish.

The Jews who run the local deli or dry cleaners are not our enemy. I don't particularly like or trust them either, but I've found for the most part that all they really want is to make a living and get along with everyone. It's the Bernankes, the Gates, the Rockafellers, et al that we have to worry about. They are the ones sucking the blood of the workers. Their traitorous non-Jewish allies like Obama, Biden, and all the other corrupt politicians and non-Jewish businessmen. As a matter of fact, if you check the names of all the bankers, financiers, big business men, and politicians, both elected and appointed, you will find that the majority of them are non-Jewish, which actually is even worse. These greedy SOBs are traitors to their own people, and are often hard to see for what they really are. On the other hand, a Jew can't help being born a Jew, and they are usually (but not always) easy to spot. Personally, I never hold a man accountable for his race, any more than I would allow them to hold me responsible for mine. A person, any person is responsible for his own actions, and no one else, and that is what I hold people accountable for.

So the next time you or someone you know is thinking about going down to Temple Beth Whatever and painting a few Swastikas, remember that aside from that being a criminal action which the ANP strongly opposes, the chances are that the majority of those Jews are just average Joes - I mean average Shmoes, just trying to get along without offending anyone.

From now on, concentrate on the real enemy, and not some poor schlameel who just happens to be of the same race.

Friday, April 29, 2011

Who Runs The Federal Reserve System?

The seven members of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, a PRIVATELY owned corporation, are nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate. A full term is fourteen years. One term begins every two years, on February 1 of even-numbered years. A member who serves a full term may not be reappointed. A member who completes an unexpired portion of a term may be reappointed. All terms end on their statutory date regardless of the date on which the member is sworn into office.

The Chairman and the Vice Chairman of the Board are named by the President from among the members and are confirmed by the Senate. They serve a term of four years. A member's term on the Board is not affected by his or her status as Chairman or Vice Chairman.

These are the people who decide what interest rates will be, and how much money will be printed. They print whatever money they feel is necessary, despite the fact that the U.S. Constitution clearly states that only Congress shall have that power. It says nothing about the Congress being able to contract those duties to a private corporation.

The Federal Reserve Board Members

Benjamin S. Bernanke (Jewish) - Chairman Of The Federal Reserve Board
Janet L. Yellen (Married A Jew) - Vice Chairman
Kevin M. Warsh (Jewish) - Board Member
Elizabeth A. Duke (Jewish) - Board Member
Daniel K. Tarullo (Jewish) - Board Member
Sarah Bloom Raskin (Jewish) - Board Member
Frederic S. Mishkin (Jewish) - Board Member

Federal Reserve District Bank Presidents:

- Eric S. Rosengren (Jewish) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
- Charles I. Plosser (Jewish) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
- Jeffrey M. Lacker (Jewish) - President, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
- James B. Bullard (Jewish) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
- Gary H. Stern (Jewish) - President, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
- Thomas M. Hoenig (Jewish) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
- Richard W. Fisher (Jewish) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
- Janet L. Yellen (Married A Jew, Token Gentile) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, and Vice Chairman of the Board.

Jewish Banks That Own Stock In The Federal Reserve System:

* Rothschild Banks of London and Berlin
* Goldman Sachs Bank of New York
* Kuhn Loeb Bank of New York/Shearson American Express
* Lazard Brothers Bank of Paris
* Israel Moses Sieff Banks of Italy
* Warburg Bank of Hamburg, Germany and Amsterdam
* Lehman Brothers Bank of New York
* Chase Manhattan Bank of New York (David Rockefeller)

Comrades, this is hard evidence of who controls the majority of the world's finances. The Rothschild Banking Cartel alone controls nearly two thirds of the wealth of the world. The next time someone calls you a paranoid Anti-Semite, shove these lists in their face and see what they say. I know what they'll say. "It's all a coincidence that the financial controllers of the world are Jewish. No one planned it. It just happened that way by chance." Yeah, right. And if they're that gullible, tell them I have a few bridges I'd like to sell.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Economy Improves For Judeo-Capitalists - But Not The Workers

The Fed sees short-term inflation pressures but insists longer-term trends are stable. But silver and gold prices surge. Amazon.com shares soar.


The economy is still too weak to start raising interest rates from record-low levels, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said today. That was music to Wall Street's ears, and stocks and commodities moved up in late-afternoon trading.

Unemployment is too high and too many people are suffering ill effects for from being out of work for six months or more, Bernanke said. While the Fed agrees inflation is rising, longer-term trends are stable.

That's why the Fed hasn't pushed interest rates higher. If the trends worsen, however, the Bernanke said, he could see the Fed moving to quell the pressures. But he conceded, rising gas prices are "absolutely a lot of financial hardship for families."

The Dow Jones industrials ($INDU) closed up 96 points to 12,691. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index ($INX) was up 8 points to 1,356, and the Nasdaq Composite Index ($COMPX) had added 22 points to 2,870, powered in part by Amazon.com's (AMZN) record close of $196.63.

Bernanke's comments came at a first-ever news conference after the Fed said it would leave interest rates at record low levels for an extended period of time. And the central bank also agreed to continue its program of buying Treasury securities -- a program meant to boost the economy -- until its scheduled finish in June.

Most analysts read the Fed's insistence that longer-term inflation trends as stable as a signal the central bank sees little or no wage inflation on the horizon. Critics and traders, however, saw the Fed's position as allowing more attacks on the dollar, which moved to its lowest levels since the summer of 2008.

The Treasury purchasing program, known as Quantitative Easing 2, was started to help the economy rise up after the Great Recession.

The Fed left the target on its key federal funds rate at 0% to 0.25% and expects the target will remain at "exceptionally low levels" for an extended period. The Fed said it will complete its $600 billion program to buy in Treasury securities.

All members of the Federal Open Market Committee, the Fed's rate-making body, voted for the decision, including several members who have criticized QE2 in recent months.

Opponents of QE2, so-called because the Fed started another in 2009, have charged it has boosted prices for raw materials but has failed to boost employment substantially.

There was some concern that the central bank saw the economy "proceeding at a moderate place." After its March 15 meeting, the Fed said the economy was on "a firmer footing."

In a forecast released as Bernanke started to speak, the Fed cut its growth forecast for 2011 to 3.1% to 3.3%. In January, the Fed was projecting 3.4% to 3.9% growth.

The dollar was moved lower after the Fed decision, with the U.S. Dollar Index settling at 73.691, down 0.12 on the day and the lowest close since Aug. 4, 2008. The dollar index measures the dollar against a basket of currencies.

Commodity prices move higher

A lower dollar usually boosts prices for commodities priced in dollars -- like crude oil, gold, silver and copper. That happened today.

After the Fed announcement, gold moved higher and settled at a record $1,517.10 an ounce, up $13.60. Silver jumped 91 cents to $45.96 an ounce. It had hit as high as $46.22 an ounce. Copper was off 9.1 cents to $4.228 a pound.

Crude oil, meanwhile, was up 71 cents to $112.92 a barrel in electronic trading. The 10-year Treasury yield rose to $3.368% from 3.32% on Tuesday after an auction of 5-year notes were in line with estimates.

A bias to the upside for stocks

Twenty-three of the 30 Dow stocks were higher, led by General Electric (GE), up 3.3% to $20.76, and Verizon Communications (VZ), up 1.7% to $38.28.

Amazon.com was up was the top Nasdaq-100 ($NDX.X) performer and second among S&P 500 stocks. The company reported a 33% earnings decline in first-quarter profits but a 38% revenue increase. Seventy of the stocks in the index were higher.

Boeing (BA) shares were 0.8% higher at $76.12. The shares had been up as much as 2% after reporting earnings that beat Street estimates. But the stock price faded to as low as $75.05. One reason: Boeing's results were helped by a lower tax bill. Commercial plane revenue was flat.

Cisco Systems (CSCO) was the sold Dow loser on the day, down 1.9% to $17.19.

Most of the 30 raw-material producers in the S&P 500 retreated today, while 36 of 41 energy producers fell. Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold (FCX) lost 1.5% to $55.05 and ConocoPhillips (COP) slipped 2.6% to $79.11.

Exxon Mobil (XOM) reports results on Thursday, with Chevron (CVX) due on Friday. Both were lower today.

Savvis (SVVS) jumped 9.1% to $39.28 after CenturyLink (CTL) agreed to buy the company for $2.5 billion to add so-called cloud- computing services for business customers. CenturyLink was off 0.7% to $40.03.

Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) agreed to buy Synthes (SYST) for $21.3 billion, adding devices to treat bone fractures and trauma in the biggest purchase in the company’s 125-year history. J&J slipped 0.9 percent, while Synthes was little changed in Switzerland. Johnson & Johnson was down 1% to $64.33.

Orders for long-lasting goods rose in March for a third month, advancing 2.5%, the Commerce Department said. Economists had a predicted a 2.3% increase.

Comment:

Yes sir, America is the Land Of Opportunity - for those who are already wealthy, that is. But if you're not, then expect to be exploited by those who are. It's true that a few of us make it to the upper classes, but that's usually a fluke. A poor person wins the lottery. Steve Jobs and Steve Pozniak started Apple Computers in their garage on a shoe string, but those are one-in-a-million occurrences.

The actions of the Federal Reserve Board prove that their only interest is in the wealthy elite, which are only about 5 percent of the population, yet control 85 percent of the wealth. The system is designed to benefit them, and set us up for failure. They can't allow too many people to become wealthy because that would foul up their system. Plus, part of the pleasure of wealth is being privileged, and getting to do things most people can't. Not to mention that if there are too many wealthy, there won't be enough workers for to exploit.

Comrades, nothing is ever going to change unless we MAKE it happen. The ANP has a plan, and dedicated people. But we still need more Supporters. The more we have, the sooner we can change things. If you're not already with us, send in your application today! The ANP is looking for a few good men (and women). Hey, where have I heard that before?

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Judge's Gay Partner Raised In Proposition 8 Case

Vaughn R. Walker AP – In this photo taken Nov. 19, 2010, Chief District Judge Vaughn R. Walker, of the Northern District of California

SAN FRANCISCO – Proponents of California's same-sex marriage ban filed a motion Monday seeking to vacate the historic ruling that overturned Proposition 8 because the federal judge who wrote it is in a long-term relationship with another man.

Lawyers for the ban's backers said that Chief U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker should have removed himself from the case, or at least disclosed his relationship status, to avoid a real or perceived conflict of interest.

"Only if Chief Judge Walker had unequivocally disavowed any interest in marrying his partner could the parties and the public be confident that he did not have a direct personal interest in the outcome of the case," attorneys for the coalition of religious and conservative groups that put Proposition 8 on the November 2008 ballot wrote.

They are now asking the judge who inherited the case when Walker retired at the end of February to toss out Walker's August 2010 decision. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals already is reviewing its legal merits at the request of the voter-approved measure's sponsors.

Walker has said that he did not consider his sexual orientation to be any more a reason for recusal than another judge's race or gender normally would be. A spokeswoman said Monday that the judge wouldn't comment on the motion.

American Foundation for Equal Rights President Chad Griffin, whose group has funded the legal effort to strike down Proposition 8, scoffed at the notion that the judge's personal life could imperil his ruling.

Griffin noted that the Obama administration recently had decided to stop defending the federal law that bans recognition of same-sex marriage after determining that it, too, was unconstitutional.

"This motion is another in a string of desperate and absurd motions by the proponents of Proposition 8, who refuse to accept that the freedom to marry is a Constitutional right," he said.

Walker, a 67-year-old Republican appointee, declared Proposition 8 to be an unconstitutional violation of gay Californian's civil rights last summer.

Rumors that the judge was gay circulated during the 13-day trial that preceded his decision and after he handed down his ruling.

Lawyers for Protect Marriage, the coalition that sponsored Proposition 8, however, had purposely refrained from raising his sexual orientation as a legal issue until Monday.

But they decided it gave them grounds for getting Walker's decision struck down after the judge disclosed his 10-year relationship this month to a group of courthouse reporters, Protect Marriage general counsel Andy Pugno.

The issue is not that Walker is gay, but that his relationship status made him too similar to the same-sex couples who sued for the right to marry, Pugno said.

"We deeply regret the necessity of this motion. But if the courts are to require others to follow the law, the courts themselves must do so as well," Pugno added.

Indiana University Law School professor Charles Geyh, an expert on judicial ethics, said he was strongly inclined to agree with Walker that a judge's sexual orientation is irrelevant to his ability to render a fair decision.

Without more evidence that Walker stood to personally benefit if same-sex marriages were legal in California, the Proposition 8 defense team's raising of his relationship is likely to fail or could even backfire, Geyh said.

"It really implies it would be fine if he were essentially surfing at bars and had a new partner every night because he wouldn't want to be married," he said. "I don't see that as advancing their cause."

Proposition 8's sponsors also have been trying to get the federal appeals court to order Walker to return his personal video copy of the trial. The judge has been using a three-minute segment of a defense witness being cross-examined for a lecture he's been giving on cameras in the courtroom.

Comment:

Judge Walker is a classic case of the fox guarding the henhouse. We have no reason to not believe that Walker, who is in a long term Gay relationship might want to marry his boyfriend someday. So by his ruling to overturn Prop. 8. he is benefiting himself. And he has the gall to say he could be impartial? Not bloody likely.

The thing is, if ZOG and their Jewish puppet masters want to legalise Gay marriage, then it's going to happen. The government always does exactly what it wants to do. The most we can do is delay them as much as we can.

Comrades, we can make them work for what they want. Let's not just lie down and let them do as they please. For example, if they want to screw me out of even more of my hard-earned money, I'm not simply going to hand it over without a fight. I'll use every legal resource at my disposal to fight them.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Detroit Event

Comrades, our Detroit Event is coming up at the end of the month. It still isn't too late to attend if you act NOW. Send in those commitment slips with your fee (the fee is used to defer the cost of food and other expenses, not for profit) TODAY! To make certain a place is reserved for you, you might also send HQ an email letting them know you that wish to attend and your slip and fee are in the mail. Remember, cash or money order only please.

If you live within a day's drive of the Detroit area, it doesn't cost that much, especially if you carpool. For those of you who would need to fly, that's a different matter. It can get expensive for some. As Chairman Suhayda said, if you can only afford to go to either Detroit or Laurens, but not both, then go to Laurens. It's much more important.

I cannot express just how truly important these conferences are. The more events you can attend, the more we can all get accomplished. The more that attend, the more of a success they will be, which will encourage even more to attend next year. It's also a chance to get together with some like-minded folk and have a plain old good time.

Unlike the recent "events" held by the NSM in which they were attacked by ARA, our events are safe. Detroit will be open to Official Supporters only. No ARA, no media, NO TROUBLE. Last week's conference in California was held the same way. No one was injured, no one was outed, and we accomplished a lot with NO TROUBLE.

How can we get anything done if no one will put out a little effort?

When I was an ANP Supporter the first time back in '08, I felt all alone. Who's fault was that? MINE! I missed our very first event. I put out no effort. I emailed the Chairman once in awhile. I made no friendships or contacts with other Supporters, and basically did nothing. Does that sound like you? If it does, YOU'RE the only one who can change that. You might say that if you don't know any other Supporters, you can't make friends and contacts. True enough. Coming to an event is a solution to that problem. Come to Detroit and/or Laurens and you will make friends and contacts. It will change your whole outlook. It changed mine.

Monday, April 25, 2011

Happy Anniversary!

Today is the first anniversary of Sense And Sensibility. As you all can see from the counter, which was added two days after this blog went up, that in one year, I have received nearly 20,000 hits.
Not bad, huh? Of course I must give some credit to the Jews Media. In the days following my registering to run for school board, I got several hundred hits alone. It happened again as election day approached. Thanks guys!

I'm sorry this isn't much of a post, but as I write this Sunday evening, I'm preparing for a medical procedure on Monday and the preparation is the worse part, and I'm not feeling up to anything more. My comrades shouldn't worry, and my opponents shouldn't get their hopes up. It's all precautionary and routine.

UPDATE ON YESTERDAY'S POST

The young comrade I mentioned yesterday has been exonerated of all assault charges. It seems the entire incident was caught on a surveillance camera and it proved that he acted in self-defense. I generally hate those cameras, but this time they saved one of us from wrongful prosecution. How ironic! One of ZOG's gismos has helped one of us!

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Street Brawling Solves Nothing

Today, a young man of 16 I have become acquainted with, and who would like to become an Official Supporter when he turns 18 just got himself arrested for assault on a Black teenager. I am not completely familiar with the details of what happened, but the important thing is that HE is being blamed. Perhaps he was the one who started it, but I doubt it because there were two of them. But irregardless of who started it, the White boy is being held responsible. He could end up doing time in Juvenile Hall.

Comrades, street brawling, unless it is self-defense will only get YOU arrested. In White/Black violence, we usually get the blame. The Blacks cry racism to avoid getting in trouble. It's called "playing the race card." It usually works, unless the White has a mountain of evidence to prove the Black started it.

I urge all of you to stay legal at all times. The best weapons we have these days are grass-roots political action, and educational outreach.

This young comrade acted out of youthful hotheadedness. Unfortunately, he may have to pay a high price. If this is his first offense, he may get off with probation. We can only hope.

Remember, you can do more for our cause working on the outside, than rotting inside one of ZOG's gulags doing nothing. STAY LEGAL.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Immigration Angle Missing from Today's Economic News

"[I]mmigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. That’s just supply and demand: we’re talking about large increases in the number of low-skill workers relative to other inputs into production, so it’s inevitable that this means a fall in wages."

-Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman

According to Krugman, immigration policy reduces American employment opportunities and lowers existing workers' wages. Even the non-economists among us take supply and demand for granted. Yet, the bridge between the two is one that too few otherwise enlightened journalists have ever crossed. When was the last time you read a mainstream, objective news story about the impact our autopilot immigration policy has on the labor market?

Following the April jobs report major newspapers assured us that the economy is improving. For example, the Wall Street Journal's April 2, headline story read Hiring Shows Greater Strength. The lower unemployment rate and increased job creation, insists the Journal, are causes for celebration. The devil, however, is in the details. While the national economy may improve slightly in some sectors, the outlook for the average American worker is at best uncertain:

  1. From 2000-2010, all of the net employment gains went to immigrant (legal and illegal) workers. That doesn't mean native-born citizens didn't get jobs; it means fewer native-born workers were employed in 2010 than in 2000, despite a 13.5 million increase in native-born workers during that time. This trend pre-dates the recession. In fact, the same thing was happening ten years ago, during the 00-01 recession.
  2. The Bureau of Labor statistics estimates that most of the growth in jobs over the next decade will come in the form of low-paying jobs. For instance, nearly 400,000 food preparation and service jobs will be created by 2018 (average pay: $16,430), while only 11,100 financial examiner jobs (average pay: $70,930) will be created over the same period.
  3. Legal and illegal immigration adds hundreds of thousands new, low-skilled workers every year to compete with today's unemployed. Seventy-four percent of working-age illegal immigrants, and 46 percent of working-age legal immigrants have no education beyond high school.

How much does immigration policy contribute to middle class erosion? To what extent does immigration policy slow the recovery for American workers? Does immigration create a permanent underclass of foreign workers? Why are legal immigration numbers rarely discussed in Washington? These are big questions, the answers to which should generate powerful stories. So far though, the mainstream media has ignored the immigration-American worker connection.

JEREMY BECK is the Director of the Media Standards Project for NumbersUSA

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Comment:

I think we all know why the media ignores this. It's because the Judeo-Capitalists control 95% of the media. They want this to continue. Lower wages for us means higher profits for them. They couldn't give a hoot about a loss in quality of life for us. In fact, they like it. Think about it. Aside from luxury and power, being wealthy means privilege. If everyone is rich, then no one is rich. Having such privileges gives them a feeling of superiority. Let's face it, most people like feeling superior to others. Wealth gives them this and then some.


Comrades, it's up to us to put an end to this. The ANP has a plan, and dedicated people. What we still need is even more dedicated people, and the funds to carry out this plan. If you aren't already a Supporter, I urge you to send in your application and pledge today. I hate to sound like some money grubber who is only interested in cash, but the cold hard fact is we need funds to operate. Without them, we can't beat them. They are so successful because they have all the money they need to put their plans into action.

"If you don't want your children and your children's children to be condemned for all eternity as slaves of world capitalism, if you don't want to be made the protectors of stock exchange bandits and other bloodsuckers by your treacherous leaders,if you are on the contrary filled with a fanatical will for freedom, then join the ranks of the National Socialist Party." - Adolf Hitler, 1926.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Black Panthers Announce "Eygptian style" Showdown

The militant armed black Muslim group, New Black Panther Party(NBPP), is calling for a 60 city “showdown.” The group preaches a screwball version of Islam that teaches white people were created by an evil wizard. They say Allah will “burn America with fire,” and whites will soon be exterminated in the US.

“The center of the revolution,” as the NBPP calls it, will be in Harlem and led by militant anti-white NYC city council member Charles Barron and NBPP leader Malik Shabazz.

Members of the NBPP who used paramilitary uniforms and billy clubs to intimidate white voters in the past election will be guests of honor at the Harlem demonstration.

From NBPP

Like in Tahir square in Egypt we will establish this historic location for our revolution and our demands. Over 1,000 are expected in this historic outdoor political rally.

Come to our News conference on Tue April 19th at 1pm on 7th Ave and 125th street

As in other revolutions, protests and uprisings going on around the earth, a showdown is looming for Saturday April 23rd as marchers with the ”National International Day of Action and Unity” are furious and frustrated with New York officials blatant discrimination and denial of their constitutional and human right to rally and march. Marchers are marching and rallying in 60 cities around America and in London and Africa to demand justice for Black People and improvement in our conditions.

On 4-23 We will be Rallying at the Adam Clayton Powell building and Marching Down 125th street. On April 23rd, whether we have to do it with or without a permit, face jail or take whatever action is necessary to relieve oppressive conditions against Blacks in New York and around the planet.

This news conference will be attended by Brooklyn City Councilman Charles Barron, March co-organizer, New Black Panther Leader, Attorney Malik Zulu Shabazz, community supporters and leaders and of course members of the New Black Panther Party, who have been the subject of major national controversy surrounding the Dismissal of Voter Intimidation Charges by the United States Department of Justice.

Comment:

I'm sure there are some that we say that we should counter-demonstrate. Wrong! First, the ANP doesn't engage in such activities. Secondly, if we, or any other White group shows up at that March there will surely be violence. The Panthers would make certain of that. We will not play their little game. Besides, you all know as well as I do that if we did show up, and there was violence, no matter who started it, the "evil Nazis" would get the blame. The media would see to that.

My advice to any of you who live near enough to attend is STAY AWAY! Don't play their little game. Don't give them any satisfaction. Let these fantasy costume-clubbers have their little march. It will accomplish about as much as when a WN group has a similar event.

However, IF there is any violence, I will be watching the press to see how it's handled. I'm sure they'll find a way to show that the Panthers were justifiably provoked, but it will be interesting to see exactly how they do it.

I may or may not post a follow-up story for Sunday depending on what happens and how the press reacts.

Once again I have Comrade Raymond Bxxxxxxx to thank for this story.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Whoops! Six-year-old spent $150 in Android app

By Rosa Golijan

There's been plenty of talk about how children are managing to spend hundreds of dollars on virtual items in iPhone apps without their parents' consent or knowledge, but a six-year-old girl's Android-based shopping spree reminds us that incidents like that can happen on any mobile platform.

The Next Web reports that an Android user going by the name "Heidi" recently sought advice regarding in-app purchases on the Talk Android forum. She explained that her six-year-old daughter managed to charge $149.99 to her credit card while playing an Android game called Restaurant Story and wanted to know if there was a way to get that money refunded:

It appears child was able to click on the “Buy” button within the app, initiating the Android Market payment process. From there, all that needed to be done was to accept the Terms and Conditions, charging the in-app purchase immediately to the mother’s credit card.

Unlike Apple's in-app purchase system, Android's did not appear to require any password to be entered in this particular instance and Heidi's daughter was able to purchase gems — virtual in-game currency for Restaurant Story — without any trouble.

Odds are that the child didn't really understand that gaining virtual currency would mean that her mother's wallet would suffer. And while it is a parent's responsibility to make sure a child understands that concept, we do feel that it's an app maker's responsibility to include some sort of simple childproofing feature for in-app purchases.

Hopefully Android will follow in the footsteps of iOS and include tighter parental controls in future software updates.

Comment:

Comrades, this is a typical modern-day example of Judeo-Capitalists acting like typical predators in the wild. In the jungle, when a predator sees a herd of antelope, they look for the weakest one to single out for attack. Often this mean juveniles. This is precisely what has happened. Android knew very well that without passwords being required, children would innocently purchase apps for games and things.

The fat cats have always preyed on the weak and innocent. This is yet another reason for us to avoid useless technological junk. This game, "Restaurant Story" is basically about going out to eat. Why do children need this? To teach them about money? When I was a kid we learned these things from board games. Kids today are so spoiled they wouldn't play a board game for anything.

Incidents like these are as much our fault as the fat cats. If you leave a piece of carrion in your yard, the vultures and rats will come.

We must not allow ourselves to be suckered in by the sharks on Wall Street and Madison Ave. And to add insult to injury, all these technological trinkets are made in China, with customer service centers in India.

Kids, and adults for that matter don't need every piece of technological crap that comes along. They also don't need designer clothes, and expensive jewelry. What I'm trying to say is DON'T FEED THE VULTURES!

Dan 88!

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

In Remembrance

We all know what today is. If you don't, then all I can say is what kind of a National Socialist are you?!

It is how you will honour the birth of our Fuhrer that will determine whether you are a talker or a walker. If all you intend on doing is lighting a candle or toasting our Fuhrer from the safety and privacy of your home, then you're a talker. And may I remind you toasters that Hitler did not drink.

Hitler would rather forgo all the toasts, candle lighting, and "Happy birthday Addy"'s and instead have us do something to advance his cause - to advance OUR cause, rather than spouting platitudes, and meaningless birthday rituals. He'd rather us distribute literature, than light a candle. He rather have a new recruit than a cake. And like I said, he didn't even drink.

Now I realise today is a work day. We can't all take the day off in these hard economic times. Indeed, the Fuhrer often said that the most important thing to do is to earn our daily bread for ourselves and our families. But how about this weekend? Instead of watching sweaty Black men dunking balls in hoops, or idiots trying to kill themselves driving their cars round a track at 200 mph, get out there and work for our cause. That's the best way to honour the birth of our Fuhrer. Let's all do some walking, instead of talking.

Dan 88!

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Immigration Chair Gallegly Holds Productive Hearing on Visa Lottery, but Few Members Attend

By Jonathan Osborne, Wednesday, April 6, 2011, 12:14 PM EDT

The House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration Policy and Enforcement hosted a hearing Tuesday afternoon to debate H.R.704, the SAFE for America Act, which would end the Visa Lottery Program. The Congressmen in attendance were Elton Gallegly (Subcommittee Chairman) of California, Zoe Lofgren (Subcommittee Ranking Member) of California, John Conyers (Committee Ranking Member) of Michigan, and Pedro Pierluisi the Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico.

The witnesses were Rep. Bob Goodlatte of Virginia as the sponsor of H.R.704 and a member of the House Judiciary Committee, Janice Kephart with the National Security Policy Center for Immigration Studies, Stephen Edson who was formally with the State Department’s visa services unit, and Ambassador Johnny Young with the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Despite the promise and potential for this hearing to be a lively debate with an in-depth discussion on where each side draws the line between security and immigration and sets their priorities, the hearing was postponed over an hour thanks to votes on the House floor and a “suspicious package” found in the basement of one of the House office buildings.

Furthermore, Rep. Ted Poe of Texas, one of the Immigration Subcommittee’s best voices, was offered time by the Republican leadership to speak on the floor for an hour about border security. Mr. Poe made a great speech and had an impressive discussion with other Members of Congress, but his time on the House floor prevented him and a few other Members from attending the hearing. It was a great opportunity for him to discuss our border security problems and we’re all grateful for his efforts, but it would have been nice to have a better attended hearing on one of our top priorities: ending the Visa Lottery Program.

Members of Congress just can’t be in two places at once. Unfortunately, the sparsely attended event with only one Republican and three Democrats yielded a short hearing that lasted less than an hour. However, the limited time frame should not take away from the hearing’s importance.

Chairman Gallegly opened the hearing, after apologizing for the late start, by diving right into the issue. He presented background on the issue since its inception in 1990, but then said the Diversity Visa Program (also known as the Visa Lottery) was rife with fraud and that even the State Department acknowledged the high level of deception. Mr. Gallegly mentioned that terrorists have already used the Visa Lottery to enter the United States and that immigration policy should be “something more than the luck of the draw.” Furthermore, he indicated that he was a proud cosponsor of Rep. Goodlatte’s bill (H.R.704) to end the Visa Lottery Program and would continue to advocate for its passage. The Chairman had a surprisingly powerful opening statement indicative of his passion and resolve to finally pass legislation ending the Visa Lottery Program.

Ranking Member Lofgren rebutted Chairman Gallegly’s statement by focusing on the relative impact of the program. She said only 4.8% of LPRs were admitted through this program, emphasizing that it was a small program and of little importance compared to other immigration issues. She then shifted the debate from security to diversity. She said “Diversity Visas” are carefully screened, “just like any other visa,” and then stressed that the program was designed to “grow and sustain a diverse nation.” She continued by saying that “Diversity Visa” winners were more likely to hold managerial type jobs than those entering under family reunification or traditional worker visas. She was trying to make a point that Visa Lottery winners added something to our country outside of simple diversity. However, her statistic was very niche and of little impact on the underlying debate except for the American worker who didn’t win a management job because of having to compete against one of these managerial type lottery winners. She then expressed opposition to the bill and stressed that she would continue to oppose the bill regardless of the hearing. She said it does not create “fairness” and just eliminates opportunity.

Committee Ranking Member John Conyers used his opening statement to express opposition to H.R.704 and support Mrs. Lofgren’s statement. He said, “I like Mr. Goodlatte, but I don’t like his bill.” He then said the real question about the hearing should be whether or not the United States wants to have another way for people who don’t qualify under the regular immigration system to enter this country or not. I suspect he assumes the American people would overwhelmingly side with him, but I don’t know of one legal immigrant or American citizen who would support polices that undermine the regular immigration process.

He then returned to the diversity issue and said, “Maybe the opponents of this program don’t want diversity in the first place, a valid but not nice position.” He then said, “These hearings are never about how to improve the system, they’re about how to eliminate the system” and that this program is the best system for Africans to enter the United States. In other words, he is trying to use “white man’s guilt” to push the Republicans away from the issue instead of engaging them about security concerns and the program’s inconsistencies compared to other forms of immigration.

Ranking Member Conyers’ statement prompted Chairman Gallegly to interrupt. The Chairman said many experts agree that our country can diversify through regular migration. Mr. Conyers responded by saying, “I reject that out of hand. It isn’t happening.” Mrs. Lofgren then reiterated that most the lottery winners are managerial types without spouses and children and that “diversity has always made our country better.”

After this exchange, the witnesses presented their testimony starting with Rep. Bob Goodlatte, the bill’s sponsor. Mr. Goodlatte said the United States has the largest and most diverse immigration system regardless of the Diversity Visa Program. He said “we grant refugee status and asylum” and that “no hearings were held to improve this program in the last Congress.”

Mr. Goodlatte in one sentence took the sting out of the Democrats talking points. If the Democrats cared so much about improving this program, why then did they do nothing for 4 years? Why do they care so much now as Congress debates whether to eliminate the program, which continues to fail and undermine our immigration system?

Mr. Goodlatte then returned to the security issue where he said it was easy for Al-Qaeda to submit names and wait out the odds. He then said the program is also greatly unfair to people who meet the needs of the United States, including family connection, job skill, or humanitarian purpose. More specifically, he said, “This allows people to bypass the current system and get here based on pure luck.”

He then hit it home by stressing that his bill passed the House of Representatives in the 109th Congress and the 110th Congress, one controlled by each party.

After the other witnesses testified, Chairman Gallegly opened a round of questions. His first question about terrorism was directed at Mr. Goodlatte. Mr. Goodlatte responded by saying it is more difficult for terrorist groups to infiltrate the United States if they have to meet a job skill or family reunification status.

Chairman Gallegly directed his next question to Janice Kephart and asked her about organized crime infiltrating the Visa Lottery Program. Mrs. Kephart responded by saying it was easy to switch identities and move about the United States untraced without a job or family connection.

Ranking member Lofgren then questioned Ambassador Young and asked if he used the “Diversity Visas” as a tool for spreading the message of hope during his diplomacy. Ambassador Young responded by saying “I would get asked, particularly in Togo, ‘what could I do’ and I would direct then to sign up for the diversity visa.” He then reiterated during ranking Member Conyers’ questions that the program was an opportunity for hope.

Mr. Pierluisi began his questions by saying the Visa Lottery Program offers a caring message of diversity. He then said out of 800,000 lottery visas, there were only 4 cases of abuse mentioned, which is strained logic if not outright misleading and wrong. He said, “Let’s keep improving it, but not send a message that we are closing the door.”

Ambassador Young responded to his statement by saying that the program is “good, important, and serves its purpose.”

However, Mr. Goodlatte responded by saying,

I practiced law before this program existed and helped get LPR status for people from over 70 different countries. With our problems of security and high unemployment, we should not hand out visas based on pure luck.

Well said Mr. Goodlatte! He was the real rock star of this hearing.

I just wish the Subcommittee could have achieved the same Member turnout as last week’s H-1B visa hearing. Nevertheless, the good news is that the Subcommittee can now report its business and allow the full committee to debate and mark-up the bill.

Yes, Ambassador Young, hope is on the way.

JONATHAN OSBORNE is the Chief Legislative Analyst for NumbersUSA

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Comment:

Comrades, this Visa Lottery makes absolutely no sense. It seems all that the government is concerned about these days is security. When you go to the airport, everyday average people are treated like criminals. We get x-rayed, patted down, scrutinized, questioned, and more. If you just hop over the border to Tijuana, when you come back, you get the same treatment, plus you're surrounded by national guardsmen carrying M16's and with attack dogs on leashes. Yet this same government is handing out hundreds of visa every year to foreigners who in reality could be anybody. Why don't we just hand out visas to Osama Bin Laden and his lieutenants and be done with it.

True national security does not depend on international interaction, but SECURE BORDERS. These same troops that are used to harrass American citizens returning from day trips to Mexico should be used to secure the borders. I don't need to go on, do I? No. You all know the score.

In a National Socialist state, we'd have secure borders. The few immigrants that were allowed in to the country would be screened and vetted to keep all criminal elements out. Not to mention diseases. How many illegals come here every year carrying diseases that other wise would not even exist in this country?

It's not just for our good, but theirs as well. Many of them come here, both legally and illegally, spending every centavo they have, and cannot find work because there are just too many of them. Not enough housing, not enough social programs, not enough of everything. So for their own good as well as ours, mass immigration must end.

Monday, April 18, 2011

ANP Conference In Central California

On Saturday the 16th, the ANP held it's first California conference. It went better than I could have hoped. We had a small, but dedicated group from California, and one out-of-state Supporter in attendance. We accomplished a lot during our four hour meeting. We discussed literature distribution and other outreach methods, running candidates for office, the woman's place in the movement, and improvements to the White Worker, and everyone got a chance to say a few words to the group.

We also enjoyed a wonderful meal at a picturesque town in Central California. Then we enjoyed the sights.

This town is so White, we all knew it was a place for OUR Folk. It was agreed that this will be our official California meeting place. We went there, conducted our business, had some fun, and no one knew the ANP was ever there. There were absolutely no problems.

This was a closed event for Official Supporters and their spouses. I'd like to expand on things, and have an open event, or at least have part of it open next year. We also discussed the possibility of doing this again in six months. If we do, I hope to see more of you there.

For security reasons, the location will be kept confidential for the time being. The exact location will be given those who make a firm commitment to attend the next event when the time comes.

This town was so beautiful that it gives me a glimmer of hope that California might still have a chance. Well, Central and Northern California at least.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

We Did It!

I'm making this short tonight because I just got back from a six hour round trip drive and I'm quite tired.

Comrades, we did it! We had our California conference and it was a great success. That's all I can say right now. Everything must be cleared by HQ first. I post everything that I'm authorised in a few days. Let me just say for now that everything went great. I'm exhausted. Goodnight.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Regarding The April 6 ANP Reort...

For those of you who may not have read Chairman Suhayda's ANP report for April 6, I suggest you do so BEFORE you read this. At least read the first half.

The Chairman was once again comparing the ANP to the "other" organisations out there these days. Fantasy internet clubs, costumed-reenacting clubs, groups that sell trinkets, supposedly for fund raising (I can think of one group where it's done for profit - you know which one I'm referring to), carnival tatooed freaks, career criminals (I can think of several individuals right now), dysfunctionals, and weirdos.

I made the rounds with different organisations myself, starting with the ANP. Then I left. I had to see for myself what it was like out there. I met a few people like myself. Dedicated, sincere, honest, but misguided people. The rest were exactly the type of people the chairman described. However in my case, I did NOT get the "pleasure"of associating with any carnival tattooed freaks. But all the others he described were everywhere ( I don't consider a few tattoos freakish - but when people have their faces covered with Swazis and SS marks - pu-leeze!) Like I said, some of the folks I met were alright, most were not, and a few were damn scarey.

It wasn't until things started to really disintegrate in the group I was in at the time that someone, it may have been Comrade Bowles, who wrote on his blog, asking if I were too proud or just ashamed to admit I was wrong. Well, it was a little of both. That did it. I knew it was time to eat some crow and come home, which I did. Much to my surprise, I was welcomed back like the Prodigal Son.

Comrades, it took me a year and a half, and two other organisations for me to see the truth. I'm asking any of you out there who are not yet Official Supporters to learn from all of this. Don't repeat my mistakes. Become an Official Supporter TODAY (OK, it's Saturday. You can wait til Monday - but no longer!). I'm a retired teacher with a degree from the School Of Hard Knocks. I've been there. I don't want to see any of you do likewise. Learn from me.

I know I've written this before, but it's my favourite quote, and so appropriate for this post: "Those who do not remember the past, are condemned to relive it." - Santyana. He was so right.

Friday, April 15, 2011

Alabama House Passes E-Verify Bill

The Alabama House overwhelmingly passed, 73-to-28, an E-Verify measure on Tuesday that requires all businesses to check new hires through the system. The bill also allows police officers to check the immigration status of individuals detained or arrested and requires verification of citizenship before receiving public services.

The bill now moves to the state Senate for its consideration.

"We cannot allow Alabama to become a sanctuary state for illegal immigrants," Rep. Micky Hammon, a Republican who sponsored the bill, told the House.

The bill received much resistance from pro-amnesty groups, including some major business organizations, but the margin of the vote sent a clear message of the House's commitment to ending illegal immigration in the state.

Comment:

Comrades, we all know the only real way to deal with illegal immigrants is to deport them to their native lands. There are ways around the E-Verify Laws. One way is for a company contracted by the state, can subcontract parts of the job out to other companies. Those companies are not subject to E-Verify, unless the state went to the trouble to close that loophole.
I am uncertain as to whether Alabama did or not. Probably not.

But there is one thing the passage of these laws is showing. People are fed up with illegals flaunting our laws, and taking our jobs. Once upon a time, it was true that illegals only did jobs Americans didn't want. Not so any more. Illegals dominate the construction industry here in California. There are many illegals doing janitorial work. Don't say Americans won't do janitorial work because it's not true - especially these days. My favourite uncle is a janitor. Part of my duties where I work are janitorial in nature. Once, illegals only took jobs Americans didn't want, but that's no longer the case.

If it were not for illegals, there would be ten million fewer unemployed Americans. People have had enough. If our leaders won't do what must be done, they may find that they won't be leaders much longer.


Thursday, April 14, 2011

Nag, Nag, Nag!

Yep comrades, it's that time of the month again! I'm referring to pledge time. Actually, it's really a little past that. Pledges really should be in the mail by about the 7th so HQ can have them by no later than the 15th.

I really hate to sound like a broken record, or a damaged CD to you younger folks, but the ANP has bills. So if you haven't sent in your pledge, please do so ASAP. Remember, if you're having financial difficulties, please let HQ know. They're understanding people. They understand that sh*t happens. That's acceptable. It's the silence that is unacceptable.

Ten dollars isn't all that much. There are party comrades who kick in a lot more. I wish I could say I was one of them, but I'm not. I send in my $10, and sometimes $15. Not meaning to make excuses, but I'm saving everything I can to get to Laurens this summer, not to mention our conference here in California. Gas wise, the California conference should cost me about $100 round trip. The price of regular gas is up to $4.25 in some places out here. For some reason the oil companies feel that Californians can afford to pay more than the rest of the country. Maybe they think we all have money here. Maybe I should show them my bank balance! LOL

Anyway, I have an idea for a new way to raise funds. I won't say what it is here on an open blog, but it's one of things we'll be discussing at our conference later this month. It won't make the ANP rich, but it will bring in extra money, which always helps.

BTW, I've almost saved enough for Laurens. Taking into account the money I'll need for the California conference, I should have enough for Laurens by the end of May, unless something unforeseen happens like major auto repairs, or some BS like that. I will NOT be driving to SC like I did last year to Tennessee. It was kind of a fun adventure, but it was just so damn grueling. I would rather not do that again too soon. I might reconsider, IF I could get three others to come with me and share gas and driving. Any less than three plus myself and it's just not worth it.

Although the California conference is completely closed to all but Official Supporters, part of the Laurens conference will be closed, part will be open. I hope to see as many of you in Laurens as possible.

Dan 88!

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Cafeteria chaos: School bans lunches from home

By Kavita Varma-White

Packing school lunches for kids every day is no doubt a chore. But what if you weren’t allowed to?

fedupwithschoollunch.blogspot.com

Mmm, mystery meat. This delicious cafeteria dish was served at a Chicago-area public school, but not Little Village Academy, which recently banned homemade lunches.

One Chicago school has banned lunches brought from home, the Chicago Tribune reports. Administrators at Little Village Academy, a public school, say the policy is all in the name of good health. Principal Elsa Carmona told the Tribune she created the policy after watching students bring "bottles of soda and flaming hot chips" for their lunch.

"It's about the nutrition and the excellent quality food that they are able to serve (in the lunchroom). It's milk versus a Coke,” Carmona said.

Some kids and parents at the school beg to differ about the food quality, saying it doesn't taste good, and the Tribune reported that dozens of kids threw food in the garbage, uneaten. We don't know what's on the menu at Little Village, but these photos of "an enchilada dish" are less than appealing. And really, when is the last time you sampled delicious fare in a school cafeteria? (I am forever haunted by the glue-like yellowish thing my elementary school called lemon pudding.)

Recipes aside, the policy leaves a bad taste in the mouth for plenty of other reasons.

Unless a student has a medical excuse to bring food from home, the only option other than eating cafeteria food is to eat nothing. (Think those kids will ace a quiz on an empty stomach?) And does something like glucose intolerance merit a medical excuse? What about vegetarianism?

Cost is another matter. What if parents don't want to spend money on school lunch because they can send less expensive food from home?

Related story: What is school lunch really like? One woman ate it every day, and blogged about it

Little Village Academy has good intentions of nutritional tough love. But have they gone too far?

What do you think? Should schools be able to ban homemade lunches?

Comment:

Alright, this may seem a little trivial, but it's a matter of principle. The school is telling parents that kids can no longer bring lunches? That parents have to PAY for cafeteria food, which is nothing short of swill. Many families qualify for free lunch. But what about the working poor? They don't quite qualify, but paying would be a strain. They have no choice. This is just not right. Besides, what business is it of the school's anyway? If I allow my kids to eat chips and soda for lunch, that's my business, not theirs.

Cafeteria food has not changed since I was a kid. Some of it is alright, but a lot is just nauseating. I remember seeing kid after kid pass by a trash can, and dump the whole tray in. They save the cookie or apple, and chuck the rest because it's disgusting.

I know for a fact, that school lunches meet the lowest standards the law allows to save money. Must responsible parents be penalised because of a few irresponsible ones? I say no! If I had kids in school, this would be the straw that broke the camel's back. Time for home schooling. Believe me, your kids will be better off, and not just about the lunch thing. Comrades, I recommend that every one of you pull your kids out of those conveyor belts to liberality and home school them before it's too late.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Police accuse Bloods gang member of ordering attacks on Lehigh University students


Published: Friday, April 01, 2011, 4:50 PM Updated: Friday, April 01, 2011, 6:13 PM

Darius Newman was hit with additional charges today related to a Bloods gang crime spree in Bethlehem. The 21-year-old point man for junior members of the Bloods gang in South Bethlehem ordered his underlings to target Lehigh University students in Bethlehem, PA., police said.

Darius M. Newman, of the 500 block of Hayes Street, directed Michael Prater, Dario Perez and others to "catch the jux," according to court papers. Prater told police the phrase meant to commit crimes against Lehigh students, whom gang members considered "rich white kids," court papers say.

Newman is accused of leading efforts last year that culminated in a series of robberies targeting Lehigh students and staff in the area surrounding the campus. In one case, a female Lehigh student was punched in the face by Prater, police said. The alleged assault ultimately led to Prater's and several other arrests.

Prater spilled the beans on the Bloods' operations, police said, and pointed to Newman as the conductor of gang activities. Prater also told police, according to court papers, that Newman stashed the loot from the burglaries and robberies at his home. Police raided the apartment and found text books, TVs and other items from several burglaries, as well as Dario Perez.

Perez was implicated in a number of burglaries and has two cases related to the crime spree. Perez and Prater are both in Northampton County Prison.

Newman also was charged today with burglary. Prater told police that one Lehigh student rental home he burglarized with other Bloods was so big that they phoned for backup, police said.

Prater said Newman and other Bloods arrived in cars to load stolen items, police said.

Newman is currently in Northampton County Prison for a related case. He was charged today with criminal solicitation, criminal conspiracy, theft and burglary. District Judge Nancy Matos Gonzalez set his bail in this case at $250,000.

Comment:

I'd really like the authorities to explain why they don't consider this a hate crime - even though Newman specifically told his subordinates to attack Whites. That would get him several more years in the Grey Bar Hotel.

Of course comrades, we already know the reason. Newman and his dirt bags are Black, and the victims were White, and every bleeding heart liberal knows that only Whites can commit hate crimes.

It seems that society is obligated to tolerate the hateful acts of people of colour, but NOT those of Whites. Well not I, that's for damn sure!

I'm not a hateful person. I don't hate anyone in particular. I don't feel that I'm better than anyone, and I don't feel I have the right to be someone else's master. But if this slime ball, or anyone like him comes after me or my family, I bloody well know how to handle them. I won't go into any details on an open forum, wink - wink. But I'm sure you all get my meaning. I don't care whether a person is Black, White, or purple with pink polka dots. If they do violence to me or mine, I'll respond accordingly.

Anyway, if I had the power, I'd see to it that creeps like these were off the streets. You don't have to wait until they break the law first. For starters, we make just being in a gang a crime. After all, gangs are criminal organisations, so why shouldn't just being a member be a crime? Because it's a violation of our rights of freedom of association? I doubt our Founding Fathers intended to give people the right to freely associate with criminals and join outlaw organisations.

If we did that, there wouldn't be enough prisons? Well, not to sound like a stereotypical Nazi, how about we build our own work camps? We could start by rebuilding Manzanar here in California. It still stands. We could renovate it and the inmates could do all the labour. It would get them off the streets, and they'd be performing a useful function. And by MAKING them work, they will have less opportunity to get into trouble while they're there. We don't beat them, starve them, or gas them. None of the crap everyone accused the SS of doing during WW II. We just get them off the streets and put them to work.

Also, when it comes to high school kids, we could draft those who flunk out or drop out. As as former teacher, I can tell you the drop out rate would really fall if they knew the army was the other alternative. The goof offs would certainly work a lot harder and keep their grades up if they knew they'd be spending the next few years in combat boots. I would! So would most of them too.

Once again, I'd like to thank Comrade Raymond Bxxxxxxx for sending me this article. Keep up the good work.

Monday, April 11, 2011

SoCal family charged with arranging fake marriages

By AMY TAXIN, Associated Press – Wed Apr 6, 9:57 pm ET

SANTA ANA, Calif. – An Orange County couple and their daughter were arrested Wednesday on charges of arranging fake marriages for more than 20 foreigners seeking ways to remain in the country, authorities said.

Ajit Bhargava (ah-JEET bar-GAH-vah), his wife Nisha (NEE-sha) Bhargava, 56, and their daughter Runjhun (Roon-joon) Bhargava, 30, were arrested early in the morning at their home in Yorba Linda and are charged with conspiracy to commit visa fraud, federal prosecutors said.

Authorities said the Bhargavas ran immigration services company MPEagle Consultants in Cerritos, Calif., and charged as much as $60,000 to arrange bogus marriages for foreigners who came to the country on visas, mostly from India.

Authorities said the Bhargavas used the same witnesses, and sometimes, the same U.S. citizen spouse, on multiple green card applications, and had the couple take photographs in different locations wearing different outfits to make it look like they had a relationship.

Immigration officers noticed the pattern and forwarded 21 similar-looking cases to investigators at Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

"They were just recycling marriage certificates. They were even using the same witnesses, a couple of applications had the same U.S. spouse," said Joseph Macias, who heads ICE's homeland security investigations in Orange County. "It got to the point where they didn't care. They thought they were just kind of above the law."

In a 75-page affidavit, authorities said the Bhargavas paid an associate to recruit unemployed and low-income U.S. citizens — who were often homeless or drug addicts — to enter into the marriages. The U.S. citizens were offered $2,000 for the ruse, but often weren't fully paid, court papers said.

Nisha and Runjhun Bhargava entered not guilty pleas in federal court on Wednesday, said John Barton, an attorney for the daughter. Ajit Bhargava was not in court because of a minor medical problem but will appear Thursday with his wife and daughter for a detention hearing, Barton said.

Barton declined to comment on the allegations.

A message was left for Nisha Bhargava's attorney, Joel Levine.

Ajit Bhargava was being represented by a federal public defender.

Messages were left for the Bhargavas at their home and office in Cerritos.

Authorities on Wednesday searched the Bhargavas' home in Yorba Linda, office in Cerritos and another office in Anaheim Hills.

MPEagle lists on its website offices in Southern California, New Jersey, Georgia and India.

To date, the U.S. citizens and foreigners who entered into the bogus marriages have not been charged. The investigation is ongoing, Macias said.

Comment:

Well, well, making a mockery of marriage so as to get to stay here "legally". Anyone surprised? Not me.

I could go into a rant about how this is an outrage, yada, yada, yada. But what would that accomplish? We all know this is a combination of another scam for illegals to stay in the country on the part of the clients, and unbridled greed on the part of the Bhargavas.

This thing will probably go on for so long that the illegals will be here long enough to qualify for citizenship anyway.

If it were up to me, these Indian frauds should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. They should do time in prison, then they should undergo denaturalisation culminating in deportation to their native land.

Will that happen? I seriously doubt it. These ersatz marriages will simply be declared null and void, the Bhargavas will get a light sentence, possibly even suspended, and that will be the end of it, but only after the whole process has been drawn out as much as possible.

This disgraceful business goes to show the desperate need for a National Socialist government.

A National Socialist state works FOR it's citizens, and would deal appropriately with anyone who does anything to threaten our society. But there's a huge problem. We can't make it happen unless we ALL pull together like a well-oiled machine. So let's everyone get out there, hand out that literature, talk to people, and do some recruiting. Comrades, the ANP can't function without you. Don't let us down.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Guestworker/Offshoring Scandal Gets (a little) Media Attention

High tech companies use legal guest worker programs to displace American workers and eventually move many Americans' jobs overseas. Although this harmful practice that has cost hundreds of thousands of skilled Americans their jobs has been ongoing for more than 15 years, it has received scant attention in Washington D.C. or in the national media. Most Americans outside the high tech industry may be learning about this shocking practice for the first time. But because of testimony given at a recent House Subcommittee hearing on H-1b visas and a whistle-blower scandal from within one of the largest users of the H-1b program, Americans are about to become enlightened.

The Hearing

Rochester Institute of Technology Professor Ron Hira's Congressional testimony caught the attention of the New York Times which quoted Hira's claim that legal loopholes in guestworker programs like the H-1b and L-1 visa programs enabled employers to "to bring in cheaper foreign workers, with ordinary skills, who directly substitute for, rather than complement, workers in America." The Times went on to report that "four of the five biggest users of [the H-1b program] from 2007 and 2009 were Indian outsourcing companies" who - between the four of them alone - brought 22,766 guest workers into the U.S. during the height of the recession.

The Hindu, India's national newspaper, also covered the hearing, and quoted Professor Hira saying, “If the H-1b programme loopholes were closed, many of those jobs would have gone to Americans.”

Previous blogs (here and here) described how the chief attraction of these guest worker programs is access to younger, cheaper workers -- not special skills as the employers insist. The New York Times' reporting on the hearing includes testimony from a small, high tech business owner who told testified that "employers are using these visas to give away our knowledge" (more on that below).

Read more about the hearing in Jonathan Osborne's excellent report.

The Scandal

Infosys - one of the top four Indian outsourcing companies mentioned above - is being sued by whistle blower Jack Palmer, who alleges that Infosys asked him to sign fraudulent B-1 visa invitation letters. The B-1 visa (also known as the "meeting" or "visitor" visa) prohibits the visa holder from being paid by a U.S. employer. Palmer says Infosys asked him to write letters indicating that guest workers were coming to the United States for meetings when, in fact, he knew they were taking jobs.

Infosys (which is also being sued for age discrimination) has remained comfortably under the U.S. media's radar, despite being a big story in India. One notable exception is the technology news site Computerworld, which has followed the story from the beginning.

Dan Rather Reports has also recently picked up on the Infosys scandal, and his in-depth reporting included guidelines Infosys sends to B-1 visa applicants in order to not get caught scamming the system. Infosys advises:

  • "Do not mention activities like implementation, design & testing" or consulting, "which sounds like work."
  • "Do not use words like work, activity, etc., in the invitation letter. DO NOT TELL THEM YOUR [sic] WORKING. Speak little English."

USCIS (the federal agency that oversees the B-1 program) says that B-1 visa holders are permitted to provide "limited professional services," which may be enough of a loophole for Infosys to claim it is acting within the law. If so, this case appears to back Professor Hira's claim that the main problem with high tech guest worker programs isn't fraud, but the legal loopholes that allow employers to "legally hire foreign workers at significantly lower pay than Americans."

Insourcing labor = Offshoring jobs?

In his Economic Policy Institute report, Professor Hira says high tech guest worker programs "are being used to speed up the off-shoring of high-wage, high tech jobs." High-tech-worker activist Donna Conroy explains in the Dan Rather Reports segment that incoming guest workers are known as "knowledge transfer teams." First, the guest worker comes in and gets trained for the job (sometimes by the American she is replacing). Then, when the knowledge has been "transferred," the company can ship the foreign worker, and her job, back overseas.

The high-tech visa scandal deserves more attention. If you work in the high tech industry, or have experienced or witnessed discrimination, send your story to Dan Rather Reports at: viewer@hd.net.

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Comment:

Comrades, this exactly why Wall Street MUST be closed down. This company, as well as all the others on the stock market operate with lies, fraud, and outright criminal activity, all for the sake of profit. With them, the bottom line is ALWAYS the almighty dollar, and it must end.

Now, did Hitler's Germany have a stock market? Yes, but not like Wall Street. Could you buy stock? Oh yes, but again, not like Wall Street. Here, in America today, Wall Street runs the government. Back then in Germany, it was the other way around. The government ran their version of Wall Street, not the other way around.

National Socialism is not against free enterprise. Free enterprise is what made America great until it was taken over by capitalism. The difference? Free enterprise means working hard to start a business and make it prosper. Capitalism is investments and financing gone hog wild. Where people are making fortunes without ever having lifted a finger in a day's work.

Should people be allowed to invest in a company to help that company raise money to prosper? Of course - to a point. It's one thing to invest and make a little money - especially if your investment allows a company to expand and provide jobs for OUR people. It's quite another thing when those investments make a fortune for the investors, and allows the company to take jobs away from the people, then continue to bleed them dry.

National Socialism is NOT a form of communism. Communists believe all businesses should be government run. No capitalism, or free enterprise. Free enterprise makes for a healthy, proserpous economy, free from the chains of Judeo-Capitalist financial slavery.

So comrades, if you've worked hard, and now you have the means to start your own package store, auto repair shop, plumbing business, or whatever it is you do, then go ahead. Just follow the rules, treat your customers and employees fairly at all times. I said fairly, not legally. Remember, just because it's legal, doesn't mean it's fair. If you do that, then you can earn a nice living, you'll be providing much needed jobs, and products or services for your Folk. As long as you are fair, work hard, don't exploit your worker or bleed your customers, then everyone wins.

The worst disease isn't Black Plague. It's greed!


Saturday, April 9, 2011

Government Shutdown Averted - For Now

Perilously close to a midnight deadline, the White House and congressional leaders reached agreement to cut billions of dollars in spending to avoid the first government shutdown in 15 years.

"We have agreed to an historic amount of cuts for the remainder of this fiscal year, as well as a short-term bridge that will give us time to avoid a shutdown while we get that agreement through both houses and to the president," GOP House Speaker John Boehner and Democratic Senate Majority leader Harry Reid said in a joint statement late Friday.

"We will cut $78.5 billion below the president's 2011 budget proposal, and we have reached an agreement on the policy riders. In the meantime, we will pass a short-term resolution to keep the government running through Thursday. That short-term bridge will cut the first $2 billion of the total savings."

In remarks at the White House less than an hour before the midnight deadline, President Barack Obama said: "Tomorrow I'm pleased to announce that the Washington Monument, as well as the entire federal government, will be open for business and that's because today Americans of different beliefs came together again."

Obama praised both parties for coming together to agree on a budget that would make "the largest annual spending cut" in American history, while preserving his priorities.

The deal will cut billions of dollars in spending through Sept. 30, the end of the budget year.

The House and Senate were to rush through a stopgap bill until the broader bill could be finalized and voted on next week.

It appeared that negotiators were prepared to put the fight over federal funding of Planned Parenthood aside for the moment.

Assistant Senate Democratic Leader Richard Durbin said earlier a dispute over federal funding for family planning agencies, which has proven to be the biggest and last stumbling block, had been resolved.

One source told NBC News that the issue was no longer on the table.

Congressional sources told National Journal that the outline of the spending deal includes up to $39 billion in cuts from the 2010 budget, $514 billion for the defense budget covering the remainder of this fiscal year, a GOP agreement to abandon policy riders dealing with Planned Parenthood and the Environmental Protection Agency, and an agreement to pass legislation Friday night to keep the government running while the deal is written in bill form.

Friday's developments unfolded as the administration readied hundreds of thousands of furlough notices for government workers and warned that federal services from national parks to tax-season help centers would be shuttered without a deal by midnight.

"We know the whole world is watching us today," said Reid, D-Nev., during a day that featured incendiary, campaign-style rhetoric as well as intense negotiation.

© 2011 msnbc.com

Comment:

Too bad. I was hoping a shutdown would really wake people up. Maybe next time.

One thing that has not been mentioned: How much are they cutting from Social Security and Medicare. My folks can't afford any more cuts, and neither can the majority of the elderly.

This is what galls me. You work and slave all your life and your reward is to be left high and dry by the very government you foolishly trusted. Maybe they've left Social Security alone - this time. All we can do is wait until next week to find out.

National Socialism values the elderly, and rewards them for a job well done. It does NOT punish people for growing old. Our elderly have earned their retirement. They are NOT a burden.

Friday, April 8, 2011

GAO says DHS can only stop illegal immigration along 129 miles of U.S. - Mexico border

Thursday, March 31, 2011, 5:29 PM EDT

Richard Stana, director of homeland security and justice issues at the Government Accountability Office (GAO), said on Thursday that DHS and the Border Patrol can only stop illegal entries along 129 miles of the nearly 2,000-mile-long U.S. - Mexico border. Despite the fact that illegal aliens are only stopped along 6.6% of our southern border, the Border Patrol reports it has established "an acceptable level of control" along 873 miles of the border. During his Senate testimony, Stana said:

According to Border Patrol an acceptable level of border control is established when it has the capability (i.e., resources) to deter or detect and apprehend incursions at the immediate border or after entry.

According to the Border Patrol, there are another 744 miles where illegal aliens cannot actually be stopped crossing the border, but the Border Patrol has the resources to detect and apprehend illegal aliens at "distances of up to 100 miles or more away from the immediate border".

Unfortunately, the situation along the 3,918-mile-long U.S. - Canada border is even worse. According to Stana, the Border Patrol only has an "an acceptable level of control" over 69 miles of our northern border. And of those 69 miles that the Border Patrol has "an acceptable level of control" over, the agency can only stop illegal immigration along 2 miles of it (or .00051% of the entire northern border).

Comment:

An acceptable level of control? That figures. They protect a small portion of the border, make a few showy arrests to make it appear to the great uninformed public that they are trying to secure our borders. That's the best laugh I've had all day!

As we all know, they don't want the borders secure. ZOG wants the flow of illegal aliens to continue so as to provide cheap slave labour for their Judeo-Capitalist masters. Also, the illegals keep the wages of the White worker down as well. If we won't do the work for what they are offering, then an illegal will do the job for even less.

Comrades, every illegal that comes here is another nail in the coffin of the White worker.

BTW, although it is important to secure both our southern AND our northern borders, the southern should have first priority. After all, how many illegal alien Canadians come here each year. Aside from Canadian fugitives coming here to hide, I wouldn't be surprised if it were none.

Don't get me wrong, I don't want Canadian criminals illegally coming here to escape Canadian authorities, but they are a small minority compared to the Mestizos. The ANP makes securing our borders a top priority.