Friday, August 31, 2012

Are You Really A Debt/Wage Slave?

After watching part of the Republican Convention on television last night, of all the things Romney said, I heard only one truth:  After four years of Obamanomics we are worse off than ever.  Everything else was systemite propaganda.  I had to turn it off after awhile because I was starting to smell the manure he was spouting out of his mouth.  I tell you, if Romney really wants to make more millions he should hire himself out to Bandini Fertilizer.  With just one speech he could fill thousands of bags with his crap.  Well, maybe not thousands, but at least hundreds.  He could still make some easy money which is all that his type really care about anyway.

If he is elected - and he has a fair chance this time as people - even Blacks - are totally disappointed with Obama, will things improve?  Sure they will - but not for us.  Just for Romney and his rich cronies.

As I watched this farce, I kept shaking my head at all the mindless drones in the audience cheering and applauding Mr. Moneybags's phony promises and rhetoric.  I can still taste the bile.  I almost expected him to say, "We are the Republicans.  You will be assimilated.  Resistance is futile!"  If you don't watch Star Trek you won't get that one.  Well at least the convention is over with.  Next week the Democrats.  Yin and Yang.  What's the difference?

He promises real financial change.  Yeah, sure.  What presidential candidate doesn't?  Nothing will change except for the worse.  But just how bad off are you now?  The following is a little yes or no test to see if you really are a debt/wage slave.  See how you fare on it.

1.  Do you make less than $10.00 and hour?

2.  Do you work less than full time (less than 40 hours a week on a regular basis)?

3.  Do you have more than $5000 in credit card debt?

4.  Do you feel you could lose your job at any time due to downsizing or outsourcing (including being 
     replaced by illegals)?

5.  If you own your own home, are you having difficulty keeping up with the payments?

6.  If you are out-of-work, have you been so for a year or more (temp jobs don't count)?

7.  If you rent your home, does your rent cost 50% or more of your monthly income? If you have a 
     roommate who pays half, it doesn't count.  If you DIDN'T have a roommate or working spouse, would it 
     cost 50% or more of your income for rent?

8.  Is it difficult or impossible to put at least 25 percent of your monthly income in a savings account?

9.  Is your vehicle ten years old or older?

10. Has your boss ever told you he could easily replace you with an immigrant (legal or illegal) that would do 
      your job for less money?

11. Have you ever had a vehicle repossessed, or is your vehicle at risk of being repossessed? 

12. Have you ever had your checking account suspended or closed because of bounced checks or other 
      financial difficulties?

If you answered YES for only zero - four questions you are not a wage/debt slave.  Congratulations.

If you answered YES for four to seven questions, you are not a wage/debt slave, but you're very close and could cross over at any time.

If you answered YES to eight or more questions, I'm sorry to tell you that you are nothing but a wage/debt slave.

For the record, I scored a seven.  I'm not a wage/debt slave yet, but could cross over at any  time.  I have nothing to hide.  I'll tell you which questions I answered YES to:  Two, four, seven, eight, nine, ten, and twelve (several years ago I lost my account because I was scammed on the internet).  BTW, I got my account back two years ago.

My favourite financial reporter Graham Summers wrote this test.  I usually find that his predictions about how 
the economy will continue to deteriorate and exactly how it will happen are very accurate.

Comrades, if Romney is elected, nothing will improve.  Indeed things will continue to deteriorate.  The same if Obama is reelected.  It's not just the candidates.  It's the whole system.  Suppose a National Socialist was elected to the presidency.  Could he alone make a difference?  Not without a power base below him.  That means Senators, Congressmen, Governors, and lesser state officials.  

This is why it is so important that we have people willing to run for lesser offices.  We can't start at the top.  And even if we could, what difference could just one man make?  With the senate and congress fighting an NS president at every turn, little would change.  There must be an effective power base already in place before a National Socialist could even think about running for president.

It's all up to you.  Believe me, if you run and lose, there won't be anything humiliating about it.  You ran, and lost.  So what?  No one will laugh at you.  I ran as an open NS and lost.  I was on TV and  the papers.  No one gave me a bad time.  People forget quickly.  The people of my town probably wouldn't even remember me if I walked up and bit them on the nose.

But the thing is you don't have to run as an open NS.  You can run under-the-table.  Indeed, our chances of winning would improve if you did just that.  Chairman Suhayda, Lobbyist Bowles, and myself have already been outed.  We'll stay in the open.  As long as the media have somebody to focus their attention on, they'll be happy.  You will serve better under-the-radar.

Nothing will ever improve if we keep leaving it all up to the systemites.  If no one is willing to try, then what the hell are we knocking ourselves out for?

Reminder:  This is the last day before the URL changes to  No guarantees as to exactly what time I'll make the change, but it will probably be around midnight. Thank God this is the last reminder.  I was starting to feel like a broken record.  BTW, for you younger comrades, records are those black vinyl things that look like giant DVD's that we old fogies used to play our music on back in the Stone Age.

Dan  88!  

Thursday, August 30, 2012

The Breaking Point

When I was in college, I read a little story in one of my textbooks.  It seems that a social worker was interviewing kids on the streets of a ghetto in Chicago back in the 1980's - a Black ghetto.

All she was asking them was, "What do you want to do when you grow up?"

Most of them gave the usual answers you would expect of any child:  Doctor, lawyer, actor, singer, policeman, etc. - except for one little girl.

When she was asked that question, she answered, "I want to draw."

Puzzled, the social worker asked, "Draw what?"

The child replied, "I want to draw welfare like my mama."

In a way, can you blame the child?  She was never taught about work ethics.  She saw her mother sitting around all day watching TV, hanging out with her friends, and doing nothing else except maybe a little housework (she probably only did what cleaning she did so the county wouldn't take her children away and lose her welfare).  

As far as the child could tell, her mother was getting a free ride, and she figured, "Why not me too?"

I'm not saying that everyone on welfare and food stamps are leaches, but many are.  These people drain our system so that those who are legitimately in need of help won't be able to get it in the years to come.  Indeed, it is already happening.

There are two main reasons leaches stay on welfare.  One is a lack of ambition and work ethics.  The other is because of low wages.  Look at it this way.  If you could get $1800 a month working, or $1500 a month in welfare, food stamps, and rental assistance, which sounds like the better deal?  Work your ass of for $1800, or for just $300 less, you can get on welfare and do nothing?  And some of that $300 will be made up because you will save on work expenses like gas to get to and from your job.  Logically speaking, welfare is the more sensible deal.

In a National Socialist state, workers would ALL be paid a fair wage.  Welfare programs would exist for the truly needy, but wages would pay so much more that going to work would be the best financial deal instead of drawing welfare.  Besides, in an NS state only  the truly needy would receive benefits.  The leaches would be forced to go to work whether they liked it or not - even if we had to build some work camps.  Knowing you could get sent to a camp would be a very good incentive to go to work.

But this would only be temporary.  There would only be a lot of leaches in the first generation of an NS state.    From the beginning, we would teach our children about work ethics and contributing to the community rather than draining it.  

The only organization that can help bring this about is the ANP.  Support us as much as you can.  Need I repeat the 14 Words?  I shouldn't have to.

Reminder - The day after tomorrow the URL becomes   Thank God I only have to write this boring reminder one more time!

Dan  88!

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

American Propaganda

Before the turn of the century, the big enemy to the United States was the "Commies" ie the Russians.  Now I'm sure the Soviets weren't all sweetness and nice, but how much of all the negative things our government put out about them was true?  Makes you wonder.

After the fall of the Soviet Union, we had about a decade or so with no real "enemy".  Then comes 9/11.  Now the big threat comes from Muslim extremists.  

Any big government MUST have a major threat going most of the time so they can "protect" the citizens.  In reality, it's nothing more than an excuse to clamp down on us and curtail more and more of our freedoms.  It's about controlling the populace, not protecting them.

Here's a perfect example:

This billboard was paid for by a private group called "The American Freedom Defense Initiative."

This is an example of using the truth to deliberately generate fear against an essentially innocent group:  American Muslims.

Yes, there are Muslim extremists in this country.  And yes they could be a threat.  However, what's happening is just a updated version of McCarthyism.  

In the 1950's, Senator Joseph McCarthy (R-Wis.), head of the Senate Un-American Activities Committee had the entire country thinking that there were communists behind every tree and under every bed ready to seize control of America.  Well, he was right - to a point.  There were, and are to this day Communists in America.  However, the fact that America is now more firmly in the grip of Judeo-Capitalists than ever proves that McCarthy over-stated the situation.  There were some Communists around, but they weren't everywhere.  If they were, THEY would control America instead of Wall Street.  Not that they aren't still trying.
Today, the government would have us believe that there are blood thirsty Islamic terrorists everywhere ready to hijack our planes, or toss a dirty bomb into our neighbourhoods.  You can't rule out the possibility this could happen, but the danger isn't nearly as great as the government would have us believe.

The threat would be even less if the United States would get out of the Middle East, and stop meddling and bullying elsewhere in the world, and MIND IT'S OWN BUSINESS.  I'm sure most Islamic terrorists don't really hate Americans - it's our government they hate.  The people are just the unfortunate victims whenever some extremist tries to make a point.

The American people have become so paranoid over this that they have willingly given up so many of their personal freedoms in exchange for government "protection".  People used to say, "Better dead than Red."  

Even though the enemy is no longer the "Reds", the saying has now become, "Better Red than dead."  To me, that attitude is cowardice, without any excuses.

"Those who trade their freedom for safety deserve neither." - Benjamin Franklin.

Two more days with the old URL.  Good, I'm getting sick of having to write these reminders everyday!

Dan  88!

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

White Teacher in an LA School

Before you read today's article, I have an update regarding the two women who were killed trying to be Good Samaritans at the scene of an accident.  Yesterday, LA County decided to waive fire paramedic fees and will NOT bill their families.  I do not at this time know whether this applies to all Good Samaritans or just these two.  I will try and find out and update you tomorrow.

Comrade Raymond Bxxxxxxx sent me this story from the American Renaissance website.

A letter from the trenches.
I am a professional teacher, an unknown white teacher in Los Angeles, toiling away in a grey, run-down government high school hidden from the eyes of the public behind a nine-foot, spike-topped, chain link fence. There are no locks on the front gate; they were broken long ago. The official sign that notes our location has been scratched over with the number 187, a reference to Section 187 of the California Penal Code, which defines the crime of murder.
My school is typical of Southern California: majority Hispanic, a small handful of blacks, a stray white or Asian. Blacks are not welcome in the neighborhoods where I work; the students themselves tell me Hispanic gangs drive them from the projects through intimidation and violence. This is never reported by the local media; they are too busy looking for the Great White Bigot and institutional racism, neither of which can ever be found in the Los Angeles Basin.
My classroom was old and worn when I arrived. It had been dragged over, rats included, from a bleak, failing inner-city school. Yes, literally dragged over. I teach in a “portable classroom” that can be broken into two pieces and shipped across town on a flat-bed truck. It came to my school because some bureaucrat—there are many who make well over $100,000 a year and work in plush, secure, downtown offices with private bathrooms, far away from the schools—decreed that upgrading the infrastructure of “failing” schools would close the gap. As a result, several mostly-black schools were rebuilt from the inside out and ground up. We got the leftovers.
I have not had a raise in 10 years. In fact, my pay has decreased, mostly through district-imposed “furloughs,” which is a school-district code word for pay cut. Yesterday, I learned that school will end four days early this year. That is better than last year, when seven days were whacked off the 180 days of mandated instructional time—and from my paycheck, too. The Los Angeles Unified School District got a special directive from the California state legislature to “shorten the school year” in order to curb payroll.
However, according to local talk-radio jocks and know-it-all opinion writers in the papers, we teachers are paid far too much for what we produce: a drop-out rate of approximately 60 percent, and unemployable graduates who cannot read, write or compute. Oh, what they don’t know! I’d like to tell them about lazy, low-IQ students who enter high school reading at a 2nd or 3rd grade level, who speak little or fractured English, are disrespectful to adults, and are hostile to the very idea of education. I’d like to tell the public about the students who arrive late every day unprepared, surly, and without textbooks, pens, pencils or paper, let alone homework. Yet these same students always have bags of fast food, and never seem to be without the latest 4G cell phone, iPad, iPod or any other i gadget, all of which are strictly forbidden. This is more because they could be stolen than because they distract from learning.
I’m told repeatedly at compulsory, professional development sessions held every other week, that it is my fault that Hispanic and black students score at the bottom on NAEP (National Assessment of Educational Progress) tests. I’m told that I am the reason students who barely speak English and cannot multiply or divide can’t pass the required 4th-grade-level exit exam they need to finish high school. It is because of me that English learners aren’t getting past a rudimentary level even after years of intensive English-language instruction.
And what is needed? More teacher oversight, more professional development, better, newer methods of teaching, and textbooks loaded with photos that reflect “changing demographics” so “students of color” can see “others who look like them.” These changes will surely raise state test scores and staunch high drop-out rates. Rarely is there enough money to cover teachers’ salaries yet there always seem to be funds to pay for one lavish, hundred-million-dollar theoretical program after another that, we are told, will finally close the achievement gap.
In all my years of being talked down to and patronized by know-nothing, professional educational theorists who have never set foot in a classroom, I have never seen a single one of these expensive mandates succeed: not plush new buildings, nor brand new textbooks filled with “people of color,” nor the latest fad teaching hypothesis, nor all-day teacher professional development sessions. Not one has raised student scores or stopped students from dropping out. All have failed spectacularly.
Do you think the educational system will ever admit that maybe, just maybe, the problem could be the students? That perhaps the reasons for black and brown failure and high dropout rates are low IQ and lack of interest—and not institutional racism, bad teachers or run-down buildings? Of course, to suggest this would cost me my job, my pension, and my reputation.
I couldn't have said it better if I wrote this myself.  There is nothing more I can add other than I agree with this man 110%.  He nailed it completely as to what being a teacher in a minority-majority school is like.

Four more days until
Dan  88!

Monday, August 27, 2012

The ANP Continues To Move Forward

Starting yesterday, the ANP no longer has to rely on emails, snail mail, and one-on-one phone calls.  Thanks to Comrade Ian O'Shea, our Virginia organizer, we are now holding monthly leadership conference calls.  This way we can keep in touch better, and exchange ideas more efficiently.

I also want to make  this VERY clear.  Sunday's call was NOT a BS session where we just socialized.  It was very business-like.  Our topic was how to improve our outreach methods, and new ideas for it.  We came up with one good one.  I think it would be more effective if it were a surprise, so I won't say when we will do it, just that it will be soon (less than 30 days).  The session lasted about 45 minutes.

BTW, I don't know much about how this was actually organized, but it involved using a FREE service, so the only cost was that of a regular long-distance call.

The ANP continues to look towards the future.  Any method that may advance our cause is certainly worth trying.  I'm very much looking forward to the next session.

NEWS:  I just heard something very disturbing on the TV news.  It seems two women were electrocuted to death while trying to help someone who crashed their car into a power line in Lakewood, Ca.  There was a very large puddle of water in which the two women were standing, when live wires touched the water and electrocuted them to death.

For some time now it has been a standard practice for Los Angeles County Fire Departments to send bills to people when the Fire paramedics are used.  This will include the families of the two women - who were NOT in the accident - but merely Good Samaritans trying to help.

Comrades, I don't know about you, but this just doesn't seem right to me.  This means that in LA County if you see someone who needs help, and you try and give aid, and get hurt and need the Fire paramedics, YOU will receive a bill.  As tight as money is today, that alone is a good reason for people NOT to lend a helping hand.  I don't know about any of you, but I can't afford to pay thousands of dollars in fees to the FD because I got injured helping someone else.  Thank God I don't live in LA County.  San Bernardino County doesn't do that - YET.

When you're in trouble like that, government aid is a RIGHT, not a service you pay for - except in the form of taxes - but certainly not a fee like in LA County.  PLUS, the residents of LA County fund their FD from their taxes as well.  I guess taxes aren't enough, and we are expected to pay them for services rendered - just like you would a private ambulance company.

Supposedly, the LA County will address the issue of making Good Samaritans exempt from fees sometime today.  I doubt anything will change.  If they were to provide free paramedic services to injured Good Samaritans, it would cost them money, and county governments are just as broke as city and state governments.  We probably won't hear anything about this until at least Tuesday.  I think residents of LA County should be at their county seat today and DEMAND that Good Samaritans get free care.  But they won't.  It's a Monday.  They have to go to work.  That's more important than standing up for what's right.

I don't mean to sound unsympathetic, but you have sick days.  Use one and go stand up for yourselves.  BTW, in no state in this country can employers require a doctor's note if you miss just one day of work for illness.  If your company says it's legal, they're lying.

Anyway, I suppose the next step is when you call the police to investigate a burglary at your home, they'll soon be sending you a bill for services rendered.  That's the American way:  Payment for services rendered - even if it's the police or fire departments.

During The Third Reich, not a single German citizen EVER received a bill from it's fire departments.  The very idea is outrageous.

If you want to continue being bled dry by both your government and private industry, then by all means continue being a good little drone and keep chanting "God Bless America!"  But if you want to TRULY bless your country, embrace National Socialism and the ANP.

Reminder:  Five days until the URL changes to

Dan  88!

Sunday, August 26, 2012

They're Starting Them Early

Comrade Johann Hauptmann found this toy in a store recently.  He took a picture of it and made this graphic out of it.

When we older folks were kids, the boys played with toy lawn mowers, toy trucks and cars.  Anyone remember Tonka and Matchbox?  How about Hot Wheels?  Little girls played with dolls, toy vacuums, toy phones (boys too), and Easy Bake Ovens.  One of my girl cousins made passable cookies with hers.  Not bad for a ten-year-old.  And yes, those toys do train little girls to be housewives.  Nothing wrong with that.  When they grow up they can decide on their own to have careers instead.

Maybe some of you younger comrades played with toy computers.  But toy ATM's?!  That's going too far.  They're training pre-schoolers to become debt slaves.  Well, I suppose the younger you start them, the better the results - for the Judeo-Capitalists.  Pretty slick, huh?  They make toys to teach kids to be mass consumers, and we PAY them for it on top of it.  Now that's really taking a second bite out of the apple.

It goes to show you how insidious Wall Street can be.

Anyone who is not an Official Supporter should become one now.  This is a pretty good reason by itself.

"The only thing necessary for evil to spread is for good men to do nothing." - Edmund Burke.

Correction:  Edmund Burke was an 18th Century Irishman who served in the British Parliament. 

Six more days with the old URL then it will become

Dan  88!

Saturday, August 25, 2012

California legislation would provide driver's licenses to young illegal immigrants

August 24, 2012 |  5:37 pm

Illegal immigrants who qualify for a federal work permit under a new Obama administration policy would be eligible to get a California driver’s license under state legislation introduced Friday.
The federal program provides a two-year reprieve from deportation to people under age 31 who were brought to the United States illegally before age 16, and the Department of Motor Vehicles has said it appears those people would then be eligible for a driver’s license.
However, the DMV has put off a final decision on granting licenses to make sure the documentation provided under the federal work permit is sufficient to meet state requirements for a license.
Assemblyman Gilbert Cedillo (D-Los Angeles) said he introduced legislation Friday to address the issue.
Under AB 2189, any federal document received by a person granted deferred action under the federal program would be acceptable as proof of legal presence for the purpose of applying for a California driver’s license, Cedillo said.
"We want to clarify that these young people who will be here on deferred status will be able to qualify for a driver’s license," Cedillo said in an interview. "Since they are here legally and we let them go to school with scholarships and we let them work here and live here, we should let them drive legally."
About 350,000 people in California could benefit from the federal work permit program, according to the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute in Washington, D.C.
Cedillo drew criticism from Barbara Coe, president of the California Coalition for Immigration Reform, which opposes relaxing laws for people in the country illegally. "He is just showing contempt for our laws,'' Coe said. "By definition, illegal immigrants are criminals violating federal immigration laws. This is just rewarding them for violation of our laws.''
On the one hand, I do agree with Ms. Coe when she said,  "By definition, illegal immigrants are criminals violating federal immigration laws. This is just rewarding them for violation of our laws.''
However, these people are going to drive with or without a licence.  Here in California, you can't register a car without a valid licence.  You also must have a valid smog certificate AND liability insurance.  Having a licence will make it more easier to nail them for driving without a valid smog certificate and insurance.  How?  Because everything will be over-the-table rather than under-the-table.
Their work permits are on condition that they are not in trouble, and that they will stay OUT of trouble.  If they break the law seriously enough, they could lose their permits and get deported.  Driving without insurance and a smog certificate is taken VERY seriously here.  They'll impound your car if you violate those laws.  At an average of $250 a day impound charges, that can add up to greater than the value of your car very quickly.
With a valid licence, we know who they are, and where they are.
Now I'm not defending giving them licences.  Like I said, I agree with Ms. Coe.  But at least if they do pass this bill, there is a bright side, like I explained.
Comrades, I have been involved in THREE car accidents with illegals.  Naturally, they had no insurance.  My finances are already strained.  I can only afford liability insurance.  When some illegal hits me and damages my car and they have no insurance, I have to pay out of my own pocket which I have done THREE times already and I'm sick of it.  If an illegal hits me, I want him deported.  However, I also want him to pay for my car.  FAT CHANCE.  At least if they give them licences, they will be more likely to have insurance or face being deported if they don't.  
I'm financially practical.  If an illegal hits my truck, I'd rather him pay the damages and not get deported, than not pay the damages and get deported.  Someone has to pay.  Better them than me.
Six more days until the URL change!
Dan  88!

Friday, August 24, 2012

ICE agents sue own agency over deferred deportations

By Alan Gomez, USA TODAY

A group of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents filed a lawsuit against their own agency Thursday, arguing that the Obama administration is not letting them fully identify and deport illegal immigrants.

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano says her department does not have the manpower or money to deport the 11 million illegal immigrants in the USA, so she issued a memorandum last year ordering immigration officials to focus their efforts on dangerous illegal immigrants. In June, Obama announced a program that will allow up to 1.7 million illegal immigrants brought to the USA as children to have deportations deferred for at least two years.
The 10 ICE agents suing Napolitano and ICE Director John Morton say those directives violate the Constitution and federal immigration law. "We are federal law enforcement officers who are being ordered to break the law," said Chris Crane, an ICE agent and president of the National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council, a union for ICE employees. "This directive puts ICE agents and officers in a horrible position."
ICE spokesman Ross Feinstein did not comment on the lawsuit but said more than half of the nearly 400,000 illegal immigrants deported in 2011 had been convicted of crimes, the largest number in the agency's history. He said that shows the decision to focus on the most dangerous illegal immigrants is a policy that works, and June's decision to defer deportation for young illegal immigrants enhances that strategy.
A spokesman for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said Obama may have overstepped his authority by ordering the deportation deferments, and Romney would forge a long-term solution with Congress instead of relying on Obama's "stop-gap measure."
"The courts will have to sort this out, but this kind of uncertainty is unacceptable as these young people brought here as children are seeking clarity on their long-term status," spokesman Ryan Williams said.
The lawsuit, filed Thursday in a Dallas federal court, requests that a judge strike down the two directives and protect the agents from any retribution for their lawsuit.
The suit is funded by NumbersUSA, a group that proposes lower levels of legal and illegal immigration, and the attorney is Kris Kobach, the secretary of State of Kansas who has helped Arizona and Alabama craft strict anti-illegal-immigration laws. His work on this lawsuit is not part of his official state duties.
The lawsuit was supported by some GOP legislators who have criticized Obama's immigration plans as "backdoor amnesty."
"These agent's mission is to keep our borders secure, but the head of their agency is directing them otherwise, telling them to undermine their missions and contradict immigration law," Sen. David Vitter, R-La.
Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., said the program actually helps ICE officials by allowing them to focus on the most dangerous illegal immigrants. "Deferred action is a major boost to law enforcement who do not have to waste time on honor students and can do the harder work of actually tracking down and deporting criminals," he said.
They talk about illegal aliens who are criminals.  Aren't they ALL criminals?  After all, they are called "illegal" aliens, because they are here illegally.  That alone makes them ALL criminals.  And just because one of them graduated high school with honours, shouldn't give him the right to stay.  
Maybe in part it's a matter of priorities like getting rid of the more dangerous ones first, but it's also a matter of principle.  They are all here illegally and they all should be sent back.  
Let's also not forget that if we let them stay, they'll need jobs.  The less competition American citizens have for what few jobs there are, the better.
The United States is SUPPOSED to be a nation of laws.  If we make exceptions for one group of illegals, then we could make an exception for other groups.  Before you know it, we'll have open borders.  If that ever happens, it will be the final nail in the coffin for the White race.  Third World non-Aryans will come pouring in like a rain barrel in a torrential storm.  But WE'RE the ones who will be washed away.

Just eight more days until the new URL:
Dan 88!

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Let's Agree To Disagree

Every now and again we have comrades within the ANP who disagree on an issue.  Sometimes it's a big issue, sometimes it's a small one.  People have the right to disagree - and without the tar and feathers.

Often, we refer to the majority of the people as "sheeple" or "drones", because they mindlessly go along with what they are told is politically correct.  Those who fail to do so are often ostracized and made into pariahs.  For example, those who disagree with multiculturalism are immediately labelled as racists.  Those who disagree with even just one of Israel's policies are branded as anti-Semitic.

If we do the same thing to those of us who disagree with mainstream National Socialism, then we are guilty of the same thing.  We have a fundamental right to disagree.

On the back cover of our monthly magazine the "White Worker" (Official Supporters in good standing get it free, all others can subscribe for $20 a year), is an Official Supporter application.  At the bottom it says, "I, the undersigned wish to become an Official Supporter of the American Nazi Party.  I am a White-Aryan of non-Jewish descent or ideals and am in basic agreement with the aims of the American Nazi Party.

The key word of the last sentence is BASIC.  "I am in BASIC agreement..."  That means we don't have to agree with every little thing that every other Supporter and Member agrees with.

The ANP is a 21st Century National Socialist organization, not Orthodox National Socialist.  Remember, when the policies of Hitler's NSDAP were formed, it was in another country with different people, and in another time - about 90 years ago - nearly a century!

Those who refuse to evolve with the future will remain in the past.  I for one, look toward the future, not the past.  Our National Socialist past was indeed glorious and should always be remembered.  But the Third Reich is gone and will never return.  Face it people.

One of the most controversial issues are women's role in the Folk Community.  Many believe that the woman's role is strictly to be housewives and mothers.  These are indeed extremely important.  To me they are the most important roles a woman has - but not necessarily the only roles.  

Ninety years ago, it wasn't just National Socialists who believed that women belonged in the home, but EVERY society did - including the United States.  Women weren't even allowed to vote in federal elections until 1920.  Betsy Ross may have made the first American flag, but she wasn't allowed to vote for the first president.

Even the Third Reich had many career women from school teachers and nurses to test pilots and SS officers.

Not every woman is cut out to be a housewife and mother.  If a woman hates that role, she won't be the best mother she can be which is bad for the community, and most especially her children.

I believe that being a wife and mother or having a career is the woman's choice.  However, I also believe she can't do both.  She must choose one or the other.  The so-called Super Woman Syndrome where they think they can have a career and be great mothers is false and harmful to the children.  Just look at all the cases of children committing terrible crimes like at Columbine High and others because mom was spending too much time at the office.  I know it sucks that women have to make this choice and men don't, but that's the way it is.

Another issue is homosexuality.  I do believe that homosexuality is a perversion and should never be accepted by the community.  I also know that it can never be eradicated.  Even if we tried to exterminate them - which is morally unacceptable to me - we would surely overlook some.  The best course of action is to keep them "in the closet".  I don't care who does what to who behind closed doors, as long as it's kept out of my face.

If you disagree with me, then that's your right.  You also have the right to tell me you disagree (as long as it's done without insults or obscenities).  This is one of our most cherished rights.  So if a comrade disagrees with you,  tell them in a civil manner like an adult, and save your wood for the fireplace.  We stopped burning those who disagree with the majority in this country 300 years ago.

Countdown:  Nine more days with the old URL, then it changes to

Dan  88!

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Whites Cheer The End Of Their Own Race

Comrades, most of you know I watch very little TV because it's mostly trash.  I do watch tapes and DVD's which are also mostly trash, but at least you have control over it, and there are no Judeo-Capitalist commercials.  Actually there are on some, but at least you can skip them.

Anyway, today I came home for lunch and I turned on the TV.  Before I turned on the DVD player and put the disc in, that openly queer Anderson Cooper came on.  One of his audience members - a White woman - was complaining about all the air time given to the Kardashian sisters.  She said she doesn't want her daughters seeing all these White women pretending to be ethnic on TV all the time.  She wants them to see Blacks, Latinos and Asians.  I was just furious.

This race traitor for one thing,  is teaching her daughters to hate their own race!  For another, she's teaching her kids that the Kardashians are White, when they are not only Jews, but even if they weren't Jewish, they are so obviously non-Aryan Armenians.  Just look at them.  

They don't look very White to me.

I'm also getting sick and tired of these liars telling us that Whites are not an ethnic group.  Whites ARE an ethnic group.  It's called Aryan.

But anyway, that woman, like so many others is preaching self-hate for her own race.

The other day, another comrade was telling me about a professor  who gave a lecture to a college auditorium of mostly White students and told them that by 2040, the White race would be in the minority.  The audience actually cheered over this.

It reminded me of a scene from Star Wars III when Palpatine announced the formation of a Galactic Empire, and the Senate cheered him, and Padme said, "So this is how freedom ends - with thunderous applause."

I'll rewrite that.  So this is how the White race ends - with thunderous applause.

It doesn't have to be that way.  Those college students are victims of insidious brainwashing by their predominantly Zionist educators.  They've tricked many of us into destroying ourselves.   But we can do some educating of our own.  This is why outreach is so critical.  Let's get out there and hand out that literature.  Start blogs.  Do whatever we can (within legal means of course) to get the word out. 

The best weapon we have against the enemy is not the gun, but the truth.

Reminder:  Ten more days until the URL changes to

Dan  88! 

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Proposition 32: A fraud to end all frauds

August 19, 2012
It was Lyndon Johnson who best understood that the key to political empowerment for the disenfranchised was to give them access to the electoral process. That's why he made passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 his top priority.
But it's doubtful he would think too kindly of a measure we might call the Rich Persons and Corporations Empowerment Act of 2012. During this election season, Californians undoubtedly will be hearing about it on TV and radio until their eardrums bleed. That's because it will be on the November ballot as Proposition 32, a wolf in sheep's clothing dressed up as the "Stop Special Interest Money Now Act."
In this state, we've come to expect ballot initiatives sponsored by business interests to be, essentially, frauds. But it's hard to conceive how one could be more fraudulent than Proposition 32. If there was any doubt left that the initiative process has been totally corrupted by big business and the wealthy, this should put it to rest for all time.
Proposition 32 is nothing but an attack by Republicans and conservatives on unions and their members. Two previous attempts by the same gang failed at the ballot box, in 1998 and 2005. What's new about this effort is that it's dressed up as a broad reform aimed at "special interests," and it's even more union-unfriendly than its predecessors.
We'll start by examining what Proposition 32 purports to do.
On the grounds that "special interests have too much power over government," the measure bans direct contributions to California candidates by corporations and labor unions. It prohibits the collection of "political funds" from corporate employees and union members via payroll deduction, even if the employee or member voluntarily approves. (That's more stringent than the previous versions, which merely required that union members give written permission for political expenditures once a year.) Political funds include money spent for or against a candidate or ballot measure or for a party or political action committee, or PAC.
Sounds pretty good so far, doesn't it? "It looks temptingly like reform," says Trudy Schafer, program director for the League of Women Voters of California. "But it's not."
That's because Proposition 32 bristles with enormous loopholes tailor-made for businesses and their wealthy backers. To begin with, it exempts such common business structures as LLCs, partnerships and real estate trusts. If you're a venture investor, land developer or law firm, Proposition 32 doesn't lay a finger on you.
The drafters, who include conservative attorneys Thomas Hiltachk and Michael Capaldi, know full well that payroll deductions are how unions get almost all of their funds, and businesses get almost none of theirs.
The infusion of big money into politics has become a more important issue since the Supreme Court's infamous 2010 Citizens United decision awarding free speech rights to corporations, as though they are people. The decision liberated corporations to contribute to electoral campaigns virtually without limitation. That has turbocharged fundraising by so-called super PACs such as Karl Rove's conservative American Crossroads, the Mitt Romney-supporting Restore Our Future, and the President Obama-supporting Priorities USA.
The Proposition 32 campaign says the measure is carefully crafted to comply with Citizens United, but if that's so, it's just another sign of how flawed and deplorable the Supreme Court ruling was. At the moment, according to the nonprofit Center for Responsive Politics, business outspends organized labor 15 to 1.
Today, no big business needs to mulct its employees for piddling weekly deductions for its PAC, when it can shovel out by the trainload any money it has collected via the sale of goods and services. Some corporations do take PAC contributions from employees by payroll deductions, but it's typically a tiny proportion, mostly concentrated among careerist midlevel executives and above.
"When corporations can just write a check from their general treasury, the idea that this is a meaningful restriction is ridiculous," says Richard L. Hasen, an election and campaign law expert at UC Irvine. The share of corporate political spending coming from employee payroll deductions "has got to be a drop in the bucket, and putting it in there is just a fig leaf."
What about the Proposition 32 campaign's claim that the measure is all about, and only about, reducing the power of "special interests"? In the interest of being fair and objective, we should be very careful about the word we select to describe this assertion. So let's keep things simple: It's a lie.
How can we know? We can start by examining the campaign's contributors. As it turns out, the claim that you need a big-money ballot campaign to wipe out the influence of special interests carries its own contradiction, in the same way a skunk packs its own stench.
Among the very top contributors to the campaign, according to public filings, are A. Jerrold Perenchio ($250,000), Thomas Siebel ($500,000), B. Wayne Hughes ($200,000) and Charles Munger Jr. ($992,000).
Perenchio, a billionaire Hollywood mogul, was the second-largest individual political donor in California from 2001 to 2011, with $16.9 million in contributions mostly to Republican and conservative interests, according to a compilation by the nonprofit Center for Investigative Reporting. He's contributed $2 million to American Crossroads and $500,000 to Restore Our Future.
Siebel is a Silicon Valley billionaire perhaps best known in California political circles for his introduction of Sarah Palin, then the newly minted GOP vice presidential candidate, at a 2008 rally as "the embodiment of pure, unadulterated good," the San Francisco Chronicle reported. In 2010 he donated $250,000 to American Crossroads.
The Kentucky-based Hughes is the patriarch of the Public Storage empire. His donations to American Crossroads: $3.5 million, making him one of its top donors in 2010. He's given nearly $2.3 million to California political entities in the 2001-11 period, exclusively Republican.
Munger is a physicist who was the third-largest individual political contributor in California in 2001-11, with $14.1 million in contributions, mostly to GOP interests. His father, Charles Sr., has long been Warren Buffett's investment partner.
Whatever you might think about these individuals' political viewpoints, some things are crystal-clear: They're the special interests. They're the fount of the cash that, according to the Prop. 32 pitch, constitutes "the most corrupting influence in politics."
And most important of all: They're conveniently exempt from Proposition 32.
It doesn't matter that their wealth comes from corporations that would be barred from funneling money directly to candidates — Hughes from Public Storage, Siebel from Siebel Systems and Oracle, Perenchio from Univision. Their individual bank accounts remain unfettered.
If you've been wondering why people whose fortunes come from business would invest so much money to enact a measure that purports to limit the political influence of business, now you know.
Proposition 32 isn't designed to stop the flow of cash into California politics; it's designed to cede California politics totally to characters like this. Any of them could get anything he wants from Sacramento. Could you?
Another fact the Prop. 32 cabal doesn't want you to know is that donations to candidates and parties — the contributions most directly covered by the measure — constitute a tiny portion of corporate political spending in California. Power really resides in the initiative process, and that's where businesses put the big bucks.
Over the last two years, for example, the tobacco company Altria (formerly Philip Morris) has donated $33.5 million to California political campaigns. Less than $700,000 went to candidates or parties. Much of the spending went to defeat Proposition 29, this spring's tobacco tax initiative.  
Then there's Pacific Gas & Electric Co. In 2009-10, PG&E spent $53.5 million on politics in California. Less than $600,000 went to candidates. Most of the rest financed the utility's majestically dishonest ballot initiative to kill public power programs.
Because under Proposition 32 such spending could be financed out of money that business and wealthy individuals — but not unions — can access, the measure would tilt the initiative playground even further in business' favor.
The treatment of unions and corporations as though they're equivalent political players is an ideological fantasy. Unions are organizations whose members have democratic rights to vote on their leaders and their policies, political or otherwise. (Nonmembers represented by unions in collective bargaining already have the right to withhold dues attributable to strictly political activities.) Corporation owners, or shareholders, don't have democratic rights unless they hold controlling stakes.
When a union engages in politics, you know it's generally reflecting the interest of its members. When a corporation does, whose interest is it reflecting? Could be a few dozen people, one huge shareholder, or a CEO and his cronies on the board.
Moreover, as the labor expert Joseph Rauh observed decades ago, giving a political voice to an increasingly disenfranchised working class is fundamental to the role of organized labor. The fate of bills "affecting working men and their unions," he wrote, "may be of as great importance to union members as the collective bargaining process itself."
The message the perpetrators of Proposition 32 are sending to you, the California voter, is that they think you're stupid. Really, really stupid.
When you go to the voting booth or fill out your mail ballot this November, stop for a moment and ponder this question: Should I hand over my vote to people who think of me that way?
We all know that the politicians are nothing but sock-puppets anyway.  The Judeo-Capitalists are the power behind the throne, so to speak.  Proposition 2 is another step towards making them the throne itself.  
Defeating Prop. 32 won't stop them.  It will merely delay them.  They'll find another way with the help of their scum-sucking lawyers.  They always do.  
They never stop, and that means we mustn't either.  If we give up, by the end of this decade, the USA will OFFICIALLY (it already is unofficially) become the CSA - the Corporate States Of America.  
National Socialism can stop it.  We can remake this country into what it should be:  A country where the interests of those who really built it - the White Working Class are properly looked after.
Dan  88!

Monday, August 20, 2012

Very Busy

Comrades, I'm not able to post today.  I had unexpected Party business that took up a huge chunk of time, so I hope you'll all understand.  I know you know I post the evening before which was Sunday, but sh*t happens even on Sundays.  I'll be back tomorrow.

I do have one quick announcement.  We have TWO new state blogs coming up.  Alabama and Virginia.  I'll post links as soon as I get them.

Remember, only 12 days until the URL changes to

Dan  88!

Sunday, August 19, 2012


Comrades, as some of you may know, I started a website to raise money for the ANP.  I used a free service that was very limited (only five products) and looked very amateurish.  Every now and again I sold an item.  Usually once or twice a month.  So far, profits only have added up to about $50.  Rather than send the money to HQ, I decided to reinvest and upgrade to the premium service.  That way, instead of five products, I can offer 30.  It also comes with professional looking templates, and I cam still add my own graphics.  

I've been busting my butt the last couple of days redesigning the entire site.  It looks good.  Not great, but good.  I'll keep tinkering with it until I get it just right.

With the premium service, I can also add videos and audio to the site, which I haven't done yet, but will.  I just haven't had the time yet.  Figuring out how to use all the features available takes time - especially if you're a computer dummy like me.  I'll get things right eventually.

Anyway, I wanted to wait to upgrade until I had made enough to pay for it, and run the site for six months without any out-of-pocket expense to myself.  Remember, I'm not just poor, I'm also cheap. LOL  But I did earn the money, bought the upgrades, and redesigned the site, and am still learning about all the features.

Also, the mistake I think I made originally was with the five products.  They were all t shirts.  Everybody likes t shirts, right?  But what I failed to consider is how many people have the cajones to wear a Swastika or SS t shirt in public?  A few, but not many.  Of course some might want to wear them to some White Pride event, but that's still limiting.

My newest stuff are things you can enjoy in the privacy of your own home:  Coffee mugs with the ANP Seal, or with Swastikas or SS symbols.  Key chains and mouse pads with the same stuff on them.  I'm offering one kind of hat.  But hats present the same problem as t shirts.  Oh well, you never know.  Just as I sold a few shirts, I'll probably sell a few hats too.

Perhaps it's a coincidence, but today I just made my first sale with the redesigned site.  Okay, it's only $4.00 profit, but it's a start.  Remember, all PROFITS are donated to the ANP.  Hopefully, now that I've upgraded, we'll start to see more very soon.  If not, I'll have to buy some advertising.  After all, there are so many different sites out there.  How can anybody buy from you if they don't even know you exist?  

I still have room for a few more products.  I'd like to ask you if you have any ideas on what might sell.  Bear in mind that Christmas shopping time is only two or three months away.  Leave suggestions in  the comments section.   Thanks, and don't forget to check it out.

BTW, someone once told me he thinks the prices are too high.  $29.95 for a t shirt?  But consider this:  How much does a shirt cost at say, Wal-Mart?  It will cost $15 - $25 depending on what's printed on the shirt, the size (manufacturers charge more for shirts XL and bigger), and the brand.  Then you have to pay sales tax.  Unfortunately, the Post Office doesn't deliver for free.  It would be nice if they did, but they don't.  It costs me $6.00 to ship one shirt (smaller items cost less).  The price I charge, $29.95 includes shipping and any applicable sales tax.  Okay, that's $29.95.  Minus the cost of shipping, that's only $23.95.  Now if you're willing to pay $20.00 at Wal-Mart for say,  a Simpsons shirt, that's about $21 - $22 with sales tax depending on what state you live in.  That's only two or three dollars more than Wal-Mart, and they don't sell ANP stuff, or ANY NS stuff for that matter.

Don't forget, it will all go to help our cause.  There's so much more we could do if we only had more funds.  How about a campaign fund to help any comrades who are willing to run for office?   Since cost is the main reason people can't come to a conference, how about an assistance fund to help those comrades who would like to attend, but can't afford it?  All that takes money.

Now let's face it.  Donating money is one thing.  But buying something and having the money go to the same cause is a different matter.  At least you get something you can hold in your hand in exchange.  Plus, they make great birthday and Christmas gifts for a fellow National Socialist - or even yourself!

BTW, in my opinion, the coffee mugs are the best.  They are pretty cool looking, useful, and can be used in complete privacy.  Here's the link again:

So support the cause, and get something back besides the satisfaction of supporting the ANP and helping your Folk.

Dan  88!

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Judicial Watch Files Lawsuit Against DHS to Release Documents Pertaining to Executive Amnesty

Thursday, August 16, 2012, 1:03 PM EDT

Judicial Watch has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security requesting documents, under the Freedom of Information Act, regarding the Executive Amnesty that went into effect on August 15. The policy, announced in June, allows illegal aliens who came to the United States before the age of 16, have maintained continuous residence, are 30 years of age or younger, and attend school or hold a high school diploma to receive deferred action and a work permit. An estimated 1.8 million illegal aliens are likely to qualify.
Specifically, Judicial Watch has asked for all documents that concern:
the Department of Homeland Security’s decision to exercise prosecutorial discretion with respect to individuals who came to the United States as children…Such records include, but are not limited to, opinions, memoranda, or legal advice rendered by the Office of Legal Counsel.
Judicial Watch requested the documents in late-June, but DHS failed to comply, and has still not complied.
"This new Obama amnesty program is an attack on the constitutional role of Congress and runs rough shod over existing immigration law. It is no surprise that the Obama administration doesn’t want to share the legal basis for this unilateral executive action and is violating Freedom of Information Act law to keep the American people in the dark," said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.  "President Obama and his political appointees are abusing their offices with this new amnesty program. If the administration were confident about the legality of its actions, it wouldn’t be keeping secret the legal basis for President Obama’s extraordinary decision to unilaterally change the law."
For more information, see Judicial Watch. And sign the ICE Union petition urging ICE Director John Morton to reward, not punish, ICE agents for enforcing immigration laws. 
Judicial Watch is private organisation.  My question is:  Are they well-intentioned,  but misguided individuals who still believe this country can be fixed?  Or are they just another phony "White Knight" organization.  I like to give people the benefit of the doubt, however, I've been burned too many times.  Remember the old saying?  It goes, "Fool me once shame on you.  Fool me twice shame on me."
If they are well-intentioned but misguided folk, the best they can do is be a thorn in ZOG's side.  Better than nothing.  At least they're trying.
However, if they are just a phony "White Knight" group, we must beware of them.  That means they are nothing but ZOG stooges (without Moe, Larry, and Curly), who are trying to make us  THINK that they are fighting for our best interests when they are not.
I'm not saying we should disregard everything they say and do.  I'm saying we should take it all with a grain of salt.  I may listen to what they have to say, but I will accept NOTHING they say as truth without proof positive.  After all, one way or another, these people still believe in a system that we all know should be ended.
Have a nice weekend!
Remember, only only two more weeks until URL change.
Dan  88!

Friday, August 17, 2012

Good Advice For All Teenagers

I would like everyone who has teenagers to make them read this post.  Modern young people have such an "entitlement complex", the sooner they accept reality, the sooner they can start building a life for themselves.

Reminder:  New URL takes effect on September 1, 2012    I've posted this so many times I've lost count, but I bet at least one person misses it.  Why?  Because they weren't paying attention!

Dan 88!

Thursday, August 16, 2012

LAPD to Ignore California’s Car Impound Law Because It’s “Unfair” to Illegal Aliens


We have become sadly accustomed to California – America’s Sanctuary State – sinking lower and lower into utter lawlessness for the sake of naked racial politics. But whatever they do in Sacramento doesn’t even come close to the utter madness that is Los Angeles – which makes the rest of the state look conservative by comparison.
This week saw the Los Angeles Police Department announcing that it will soon start ignoring California state law, which requires police to impound the vehicles of unlicensed drivers for 30 days – because it is “unfair” to illegal aliens!
That’s right. The LAPD’s Chief Charlie Beck actually said “It’s about fairness” to illegals. Beck says that the majority of unlicensed motorists in L.A. are “immigrants” who are in the country illegally and have low-income jobs. Therefore, according to Beck, the state’s impound law is unfair because itlimits their ability to get to their jobs and imposes a steep fine to get their car
Their “jobs”? Does Beck not realize that it is against Federal law for illegal aliens to obtain employment in any state? Does he not understand that these laws are there to punish existing law-breakers and also deter potential illegals from seeking employment?
Does he also not realize that a a 2011 AAA study titled “Unlicensed to Kill” found that unlicensed drivers are five times more likely to be involved in fatal crashes and more likely to flee the scene of a crime?
Sorry – you are confusing the LAPD Chief with an actual law enforcement officer concerned with protecting the public. Beck is serving his true constituency – illegal aliens and their La Raza protector Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
So while citizen drivers without a license elsewhere in California will lose their cars, illegal aliens in L.A. will have nothing to worry about – if the state and Feds do nothing about it.
Unfair to illegals?  Comrades, I'm not whining here about my financial situation.  All I'm saying is that my finances are pretty well stretched.  I was born and raised in this country.  I break my back financially speaking keeping my truck insured (as per California law), I register my vehicle annually (as per California law), and I put my truck through Smog Check every other year (also as per California law).
Now let's tally this up.  My liability insurance costs me $288.00 a year.  My registration is $85.00 a year. Smog check costs $25.00, plus you have to pay them an additional $25.00 if you want the actual certificate of passing, which you need to show the Motor Vehicle Department (what a racket).  Now this is  $50.00 every other year, so it's fair to say it's $25.00 a year.  That means to keep my truck on the road, I have to pay $398.00 every year.  That's almost the price of a plane ticket to Detroit to attend the ANP National Conference!
If I fail to pay these charges and get caught, my truck will be impounded and I will be charged $200 for the towing, and $150 a day impound charges.  In San Bernardino County, you cannot pick up your car the first day it's impounded.  You have to wait a day for them to do all the paperwork, and get an extra $150 out of you.  So if my truck is impounded on a Friday, I can't get it out until Monday because the impound yard is closed on weekends, but I'll still be charged for each day meaning it will cost me a minimum of $650.00!  Add an extra $150 if Monday is a legal holiday.  After 30 days, my truck will be auctioned off, and if it isn't sold for the full cost of towing and impound, I will be billed the difference.
However, if I were an illegal alien, I don't have to worry about any of that.  I don't have to insure my vehicle, register it, or smog check it, and the City Of Los Angeles will NOT impound my car because it isn't "fair".  I'm breaking myself to comply with the law, and these SOB's are getting off the hook!  Gee, that sounds fair.
Los Angeles is the number one haven for illegals in the country.  Well, what do you expect of Mayor Antonio Viarogosa?  Even so, LA is a racial cesspool as it is.  Now they are making it even easier for these border jumping vermin.

If this were a National Socialist state, this problem would be gone within a year.  Unless we can make this happen, we will continue our downward spiral in the the Black Hole of multiculturalism, poverty, and chaos.

Reminder:  On September 1,.. yeah, I know, everyone's getting sick of this reminder.  But still, the new URL will be

Dan  88!