Friday, November 30, 2012

When Was This Written?

As Mein Kampf is so complicated, only someone with the IQ of the late Stephen Hawking (the wheelchair physicist) could possibly understand it all just reading it through once.  I've just started my second read.  In chapter two I came across something that made me  think that this could have been written last year rather than 87 years ago.  See if you agree.

How often our bourgeoisie rises up in moral indignation on hearing from the mouth of some pitiable tramp that it is all the same to him whether he be a German or not and that he will find himself at home wherever he can get enough to keep body and soul together.   He feels equally happy wherever he is, as long as he has enough to live on!

This lack of 'National Pride' is almost profoundly deplored, and horror at such an attitude is expressed in no uncertain terms.

Comrades, one of the differences between Germany and Austria then and the United States today is we have always been a nation of immigrants.  In Germany when you refer to "The Land's Original Inhabitants" you're referring to the Aryan Race.  Here in America, "The Land's Original Inhabitants" are considered to be the Indians (I greatly dispute that but let's not go there right now).

As those of you who watched  the landing of the space shuttle Endeavor at LAX could see there was no shortage of national pride.  Everyone kept chanting "We're Number One"

Because the racial demographics here today are far different from pre-WW I Germany/Austria, what has been done instead is the destruction of racial pride in the White Race.  In the passage I quoted from Mein Kampf, substitute White for German, and replace national pride with racial pride and it applies perfectly to what has been done to White America in the decades since the 1960's.

The media and left-wing liberals and ZOG itself have made racial pride for Whites an abhorrent thing.  All other races are allowed racial pride - nay they are encouraged to show racial pride, but not us.  For us, this is indeed profoundly deplored, and horror at such an attitude is expressed in no uncertain terms.

In our movement we seek to create a new and better America for the Aryan people.  Unless we first reverse what has been done, we cannot hope to succeed.  However, racial pride does not mean we have to stand around shouting, "White Power" and a lot of racial slurs.  Simply show pride in your race without denigrating others.

Whites are made up of many nationalities:  Germans, French, English, Russian, and all other European peoples.  I've found that it is harder to call us racists if when we  talk about racial pride, we omit the words White or Aryan.  Concentrate instead on Europe itself.  It's harder for example to call us racists if we say, "Irish Power!" or "Italian Power!" or even "European Power!"  rather than White Power.

I have a green t-shirt that says, "Ireland Forever!" on it.  Not once have I been called racist because of it.  Indeed many people both White and Non-White have said, "Cool t-shirt."

If Black people are no longer Black but "African-American", then we are no longer White.  We are "European-American."

Dan 88!

Thursday, November 29, 2012

China Is One Big FRAUD


By Graham Summers
History has shown us countless times that centrally-­?planned, command style economies do not produce long-­term economic growth. We've seen this with the Soviet Union, the UK, the US-­since the Tech Crash, and today in China.
I realize that many would argue China has adopted free market policies with its "free market zones." However, even this terminology reveals China is nowhere near a free, dynamic market (a free market is simply a free market, not a "zone.").
Instead, China should be viewed through the lens of rampant corruption, fraud, and insider dealing that has seen a select handful get rich (usually those with close ties to the ruling party) via paper wealth (real estate and stock prices).
First and foremost, no Chinese economic data is even close to accurate. The reason for this, is that unlike the US in which GDP is measured using final sales, China simply counts any and all economic production as economic growth.
So, let's say that China built a city. Regardless of whether any of the buildings are ever purchased or leased, China will count the entire city in its GDP growth. As one can imagine, this has highly incentivized China's government to build "bridges to nowhere" or economic projects that are never actually used.
As a result the country is replete with ghost towns...
China's ghost towns and phantom malls
"In Chenggong, there are more than 100,000 new apartments with no occupants," according to the World Bank's Holly Krambeck.
Designed as an overspill point for nearby Kunming, a city of nearly six-­?and-­?a-­? half million, Chenggong began to take shape in 2003.
High-­?rise apartment blocks have mushroomed but today it is still largely deserted after failed attempts by the authorities to attract new residents.
Matteo Damiani, an Italian journalist who worked for seven years in Kunming, has visited Chenggong several times, photographing empty tower blocks that loom over gigantic plazas, peopled only by enormous works of art.
He found a small community of students, workers and security guards but nobody else.
"The suburbs and even the city centre are empty," he says. "You can find a big stadium, shopping malls and hundreds of buildings finished but abandoned."
There is even an area for luxury villas that is totally abandoned, he adds. It is said to be one of the biggest ghost cities in Asia. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-­?19049254
...as well as widespread economic fraud and counterfeiting:
Fraud, Culture and the Law: Can China Change?
Counterfeit goods and scams are used to defraud millions of Chinese daily.
This week alone, the country's state media have reported the arrests of two men for fraud: one a high-­?profile real estate financier suspected of manipulating bids, the other a sales manager at milk producer Mengniu who reportedly tampered with production dates on milk and yogurt labels.
Those cases follow the announcement earlier this month by police that they had seized more than $182 million in counterfeit pharmaceuticals, including drugs used to treat diabetes and high blood pressure, as part of a nationwide crackdown on fake food and drugs. Drug counterfeiters "are coming up with new schemes, becoming craftier and better able to deceive" police warned in a statement accompanying the news.
The persistence and extent of fraud in China, despite a near constant string of crackdowns and arrests, raises fundamental questions about cultural forces in Chinese society that limit the reach of law...
...The production of counterfeit cigarettes, for example, has been estimated to reach 400 billion cigarettes, although cigarette manufacturing and distribution is supposed to be exclusively state-­? owned and controlled. One manufacturer reportedly went so far as build a counterfeit cigarette factory in Fujian designed to look like a military compound, including laborers dressed in second-­?hand military uniforms who conducted false military drills to complement the masquerade. In Sichuan, meanwhile, police are said to have raided a black-­? market cigarette factory that had been disguised as the "Number 1 Block" of a provincial prison.
http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2012/08/24/fraud-­?culture-­?and-­?the-­? law-­?can-­?china-­?change/
Some more striking evidence of fraud, corruption, and counterfeiting in China:
1)    In 2010, 30 animals died in the Chinese zoo of Shenyang due to malnutrition.
2)    China built the world's largest mall in 2005. Of the over 2,300 spaces ?available for lease only 47 were rented.
3)    China alone accounted for 73 % of $1.69 billion in counterfeit goods seized in ?the EU in 2011.
4)    Chinese officials have seized over 50 TONS of counterfeit pharmaceuticals.
5)    Raids have seized more than 350,000 counterfeit golf products.
These sorts of issues don't come out of a free market with a stable regulatory bodies, sound accounting principles, and a legitimate legal structure: they come out of control style economy that are based on fraud and corruption. Indeed, as noted in previous articles:
1)  In 2010 alone, 146,000 cases of corruption were launched in China (that's 400 PER DAY).
2)  How much these officials stole is unknown. But... of the 14 cases that were actually reported in the Chinese media, the average amount stolen was 18 MILLION RMB (for perspective, the average college graduate in China earns 2,500 RMB per year).
3) Between 1991--2011, it's estimated that between 16,000--18,000 Chinese officials fled China taking 800 BILLION RMB (roughly $125 BILLION) with them. Bear in mind China's entire GDP was just 2.1 trillion RMB in 1991.
So I fully believe that China is heading for a full-scale economic collapse a la the Soviet Union, not just a hard landing.
Indeed, if you need evidence of just how desperate the Chinese Government has become to maintain control, you should consider that it has launched $1 trillion in stimulus projects:
China's More Than $1 Trillion Stimulus Will Disappoint, Barclays Says:
From the central government and the PBoC to regional governments, spending plans worth approximately more than 11 trillion RMB ($1.74 trillion) have been announced, according to Barclays and Nomura. Analysts at the Japanese bank expect Chinese GDP to hit 7.7% in the third quarter and then rebound strongly to 8.8% in the fourth.
There are reasons to be skeptical of these growth expectations, as China is going through both structural and cyclical changes that will limit the impact, and the breadth, of the coming stimulus, Barclays' team argues. "This time is different," they wrote, noting that both in the Asian crisis and in the 2008-­?9 financial crisis, China suffered massive job losses and deflation.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/afontevecchia/2012/09/17/chinas-­?more-­? than-­?1-­?trillion-­?stimulus-­?will-­?disappoint-­?barclays-­?says/
To put this number into perspective, China's entire economy is only $7.3 trillion. So China just unveiled stimulus measures equal to 23% of its entire GDP. This is more than TWICE the size of the 2008 stimulus plan.
Imagine if the US announced a QE program equal to over $3 trillion. That's the equivalent scale of the recent stimulus programs announced in China. And the Chinese stock market barely reacted to this.
Again, China is beyond a hard landing at this point. Combine this with growing food inflation and it's possible China may in fact break into several smaller countries in the coming years.
Comment:
Again, this is even more reason for the United States to get out of the global economy.  As we are so financially linked to China, when it goes, we'll probably go with it along with the European Union.  If our economy stood on it's own, then the collapse of China would effect us only slightly.
Of course we won't get out of the global economy.  Indeed, we'll only get in deeper.  We're in a financial hole and our leaders seem to feel the only way out is to keep digging.  It's just plain crazy.
I say the sooner the collapse comes the better.  The system must be torn down - or allowed to collapse - either is fine by me.  Then we can begin rebuilding the National Socialist way.  To do that we have to build a power base among local governments.  When this country finally does collapse, which do you think will be more important the federal government or your city's government?  We have to get in on the ground floor.  To do that we need more people holding office.  The few we have now are just a start.  The more the better.  The next elections will be here before you know it - and so will the filing deadlines.  Contact me immediately after the holidays and we can work out a plan.  If you won't do it who will?  I will try again.  I won't say when on an open blog, but I will have another go at it.  Does anyone want to join me?
Dan 88!

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Nine Protesters Arrested At Wal-Mart In Paramount, Ca.



Comment:

Comrades, If we could get numbers like this to show up at an ANP rally, it could make a real difference, unlike the pitiful showing at NSM rallies.  And as people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones, if the ANP tried to hold such an event, the showing would probably be about the same.  Until we can get numbers like at the Wal-Mart demonstrations, it's best that we not do them at all.

Also, notice how "regular" everyone looked.  No freaks or weirdos trying to get camera time.  That's what the ANP also wants:  Regular people to stand with us.   And as the Judeo-Capitalists don't care who they exploit, Whites, Blacks, Mestizos, and Asians all stood together against corporate greed.

Don't get me wrong.  Race DOES matter.  I would prefer not to live next door to Non-Whites, and I'd prefer not to have to work with them either.  But when their enemy is also our enemy it only makes sense to all stand together.  The Fat Cats want us fighting amongst ourselves.  They want Whites to hate Blacks and Blacks to hate Mestizos and vice-versa.  If we're busy fighting each other, they'll be free to use and exploit EVERYONE regardless of race, colour, or creed.  Remember, just because you fight alongside a Non-Aryan doesn't mean you have to be his friend.

Let's not play into their hands.  THEY are the real enemy.  They always have been and they always will be.  

Dan 88!

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Out-Of-Control Consumerism

Have you ever thought, "Is everybody and idiot except me?"  Well I do, every time I get behind the wheel of my truck.  But that's not what I was talking about.  It's the news reports regarding last weekend's shopping madness.  

Despite record unemployment and under employment, spending has actually increased since last year.  In 2010 the average person spent about $600 on Christmas presents, plus an additional $300 in decorations, food, and extra gas because of all the running around.  Or should I say  they didn't spend that money, most of them put it on their credit cards.  This year it's gone up to over $1000.   Now for the next 12 months they'll be moaning and bewailing the debts they've run up.

If you are one of them I just want to say SHUT THE HELL UP.  I don't want to hear you complaining about how the Judeo-Capitalists "tricked" you into debt.  If you over spent - or will over spend - this year you have only yourself to blame.  Corporate executives didn't hold a gun to your head and force you take out your credit cards and run them through the readers.  YOU did that to yourselves and now YOU have to pay the price.

Like I've said before, I'm not against buying presents for your families, but you have to spend within your means.  It's one  thing to charge some items and spend three or four months - maybe even six paying them off, but when Christmas shopping time comes around and you haven't finished paying off last year's expenses - or just barely finished, then you're over spending.  That makes you a CHUMP.  You're feeding the beast that's destroying you.

What people need to do is figure out how much they can charge and have it paid off in six months MAXIMUM time.  That's what you can afford to spend.  Now if you managed to put away a little cash specifically for Christmas, then that's different.  It's your money, spend it as you please.  If you can live within your means, save a few bucks every month and still have a little left over then you should use it to make your family happy.  But if all you spend is plastic then you have to watch yourself and not get in too deep.

I know it sucks when everyone else seems to have all these nifty things and  you can't seem to afford them, but that's how the cookie crumbles.  Besides, you may not know just how these people bought all their things.  They may be in hock up to their ears.  They may owe so much that they'll be spending the rest of their lives digging out of the hole they dug for themselves.  Is a new iPAD worth it?

"When you've dug yourself into a hole - STOP DIGGING!" - Will Rogers, American Humourist.  

I have some friends who just bought a new 60 inch TV - for $1500!  They didn't pay cash.  They charged it naturally.  The TV will probably be worn out before they get that debt paid off.  Is it worth it?  Not to me it isn't.

I divide my expenses into three categories:  Must have, Could use, and Would be nice.  A 60 inch TV definitely falls into the least important category:  Would be nice.  As I use a computer in my work for the ANP, a new computer would fall into the second category:  Could use (as long as I already have some kind of computer access - if I didn't then it would be a Must have).  Car repairs are definitely in the Must have category, along with my mobile home's space rent, food, bills, gas, insurance and other living expenses.

People have got to change the way they think when they shop.  The next time you're thinking of buying a new TV for example, ask yourselves, "Do I NEED this, or do I just WANT this?"  "Is this a Must have, Could use, or Would be nice?"  Just because all of your friends have a thing, doesn't mean you have to whip out that credit card and get one too.  Keeping up with the Jonses just keeps your credit card bills high and your bank balance low.

We all like nice things.  That's normal.  But suck as it does, if you can't afford it then you can't afford it.  I have one credit card.  Just one.  It has a $3000 limit and I owe less than a $1000.  Why would I need or even want a second?  When my monthly bill comes I don't get the cold sweats as I open that envelope like so many people do.  I don't lie in bed wondering how in the hell am I going to get out from under.  I've been under already.  I have no desire to go back.  I learned my lesson from the school of hard knocks.  Experience is the best teacher.

If I were to lose my business, I wouldn't have several creditors calling me on the phone demanding payment in one or two months.  That's a good feeling.  Okay, I don't have a house full of nifty things, but then again I don't lose sleep wondering how I'm going to make all those payments either.  I'd rather have piece of mind and live with the things I have until they wear out, than use the plastic to get all the latest state-of-the-art gadgets as soon as they come out.  For example, my computer works fine even though it is ten years old. For my birthday this year my folks offered to upgrade my current computer from XP to Windows 7.  I know a place that will do that for just $100 and I'll get more memory, a disk with Windows 7 and a product key.  Good enough for me.  Why get myself in debt for another $1500 just to get a brand new one?  Fixing up my old one sounds good enough for me.  It's called "living within ones means."  If everyone - including governments made that philosophy a part of their lives, the world would be in better shape.

So yes, buy presents for your families - but do it within your means.

Dan 88!

Monday, November 26, 2012

Mississippi Company Agrees to $1.3M Discriminatory Hiring Settlement


Tuesday, November 20, 2012, 10:59 AM EST

Howard Industries accepted a $1.3 million settlement agreement in a lawsuit in which four African-American women alleged that the company held discriminatory hiring practices toward non-Hispanics. Agreeing to the settlement allows the company to avoid what was expected to be protracted litigation.
In their 2011 lawsuit Veronica Cook, Yolanda Phelps, Charlyn Dozier and Seleatha McGee said they repeatedly applied for employment at Howard Industries, but were not hired until after ICE raided Howard’s Laurel Miss. Plant. 592 illegal-alien workers were arrested in that 2008 raid.
The lawsuit alleged that Howard Industries knowingly hired illegal aliens and even showed some how to get false identities to conceal their status. Some workers held on to their jobs even after the Social Security Administration informed the company that their Social Security Numbers were not valid.
Comment:
As the plaintiffs are all Black, why did I post this?  Because I know that Non-Aryans read this blog every now and again.  I want to remind them that we are not their real enemy - it's the Judeo-Capitalists - and also that the problem of illegal immigration negatively effects Black America as well as White America.
ALL of America has the same common enemies:  Judeo-Capitalists, illegal immigrants,  corrupt sock-puppet politicians, and the liberal left-wing who have their own political/social/economic agenda which is of no benefit for the average American of ANY race (except maybe one - ahem).
Race hatred is playing right into ZOG's hands.  Divide and conquer.  Unless we all unite against our mutual adversaries, then they have already won.
Dan 88!

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Patronize Small Businesses


Last Saturday is now known as "Small Business Saturday."  On this day, people are encouraged to shop at local small businesses to show their support.  I counsel restraint in buying Christmas gifts, not abstaining from it, and I'd rather see people buy from small businesses than large ones.  I realize you get better bargains at big stores, but you're also "feeding the beast".  With small businesses, the owners are basically people like us who are trying to make a living with free enterprise which National Socialism approves of whole-heartedly.  Free enterprise is what built this country.

Tomorrow it seems is now known as "Cyber-Monday".  We're all supposed to shop online that day.  This is the first I've heard of this one.  Although many small-business entrepreneurs sell online, so do many large retailers.  If you are looking for a particular gift and you find one on a large retail site, and the same thing on a small business site and the latter is just a few dollars more, I urge you to spend a few dollars in support of someone who is basically a working person, and not feed the Judeo-Capitalist beast just to save a couple of bucks.  
The same thing goes for American vs. foreign items.  If the American item is just slightly more, show your support for America and spend that few extra bucks.  Besides as most of these imports are from China, you know how it is.  If you buy Chinese made products, an hour later you feel the urge to shop again. lol  Okay, that was bad.  I won't quit my day job.
Can you believe it?  Christmas is one month from today!  Tempus fugit (Latin - Time flies).
Dan 88!

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Feeling Better

Friday I attended a labour demonstration at the Wal-Mart over in Fontana.  It went pretty well.  I was told there was another on Thursday evening, but I missed it.  No trouble with the cops, although there was a couple of police cars with two cops each in them in the parking lot.  They were there as much for any customers inside the store that got out of line as much as for us.  By out of line I mean for example two jackasses fighting over the last Play Station (or whatever).

In addition to the demonstration, employees were supposed to walk out that day.  For greater effect, they were supposed to show up for work at their usual start time, work for an hour, then just simply walk out.  Something interesting happened regarding that.  The walkout was a few minutes late.  I suspect that everyone who was willing to do it wasn't willing to be the FIRST one to leave.  Eventually some brave person left, then more and then more.  I did happen to see one young Mestizo man walk out and come over to where we were, then a few minutes later I just happened to see him slip away and go to his car and drive away.  If anyone gets fired over this I hope it's him.  He obviously just used this as an excuse to get a day off and couldn't care less.  At least he was the only one I saw do this.  Everybody else stayed.

That was the good part.  The bad part was none of the customers paid much attention to us.  They just went inside, opened their wallets and left with all their cheesy merchandise.  Some of them didn't even have the guts to look directly at us.  Well to hell with them because the one other good part I saw when I went inside to use the restroom were the God awful lines.  Because more than half the staff walked out,  there wasn't enough people to man the registers and the lines were half the length of the building each.  I was told the average wait was one hour.  LMAO!

I don't know how much good we did, but at least we had an effect.

I thought about taking some pictures and posting them but I decided not to.  For one thing, I don't have a digital camera.  Also, I didn't feel it was right to take pictures of strangers and post them on an NS blog without at least telling them.  If I wasn't NS, I probably wouldn't have liked it if someone did it to me, and I didn't want to reveal who I was in case there was any trouble over it.  Don't forget that San Bernardino County is 75% non-White and Whites were definitely in the minority at this demonstration.

At least I did something constructive and I did manage to leave a few message cards so I killed two birds with one stone.  One thing that did make me laugh is that someone brought one of those computer tablet things.  I don't know what you call them - Kindles, iPads, or whatever, and had a college Niggerball game on later in the day.  Americans just love their football don't they?  Personally, even if football was still White majority I still would have no interest.  To me it's a big bore.  As my dad says, "Whatever floats your boat."

Dan 88!

Friday, November 23, 2012

I Feel Sick

First of all, let me apologize for yesterday's post.  I looked at it in the preview mode and the picture came out fine.  I have no idea why it came out in preview and not in the actual post.  Computers - can't live with them and you can't live without them.  Wait, that's women.  Well, it applies to both. LOL

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving.  I know I did.  Best one in years.  My mom's new meds have her feeling better and that made a big difference in her attitude.  I also didn't watch one single minute of Niggerball.  Gee, how un-American of me.

What I did see on the idiot box was the news.  Why do I even bother?  Their idea of big news is showing all the greedy idiots literally camping out at stores waiting for the sales to begin.  This year, despite higher unemployment and lower wages, the crowds were bigger than ever.

To anyone who may have been there let me tell you I think you're all a bunch a suckers.  Yes I do intend on buying gifts this year, but I don't plan on buying so much that camping out to save 25% won't be worth the trouble.

Also, this year greedy Judeo-Capitalists are trying something new.  Instead of Black Friday, it's now Black Thursday.  The sales are beginning on Thanksgiving Day.  As a result, the employees have to work Thanksgiving night instead of being at home with their families.  Some of them may be getting extra pay, but many would rather spend the time with their families than make a few extra bucks.  And all because corporate fat cats thought of a way to make a little more profit off of people's greed.  Here's what really galls.  They're making their employees work that night, while they're all home snug and warm in their mansions.

Comrades, this year some workers are fighting back.  Many Wal-Mart employees are planning a walk-out on Friday.  Additionally, some are planning protests that day.  There is one such protest at a Wal-Mart about five miles away in nearby Fontana, Ca.  I plan to attend.  Not as a member of the ANP or even as a National Socialist, but just as a citizen supporting his fellow workers against a corporate giant.  BTW, if Sam Walton knew how his kids were running his business, he'd be appalled.  Sam Walton's dream was to own stores that sold American made products at reasonable prices where both customers and employees were treated with fairness and respect.  Well that dream is over with.  His kids, all of whom were raised with silver spoons in their mouths are concerned only with profit.  They couldn't give a damn about people.

These Wal-Mart events are being held at thousands of locations across the country.  I know it's short notice.  I only learned of this Wednesday evening.  You can learn if and where there is an event near you by going to this site:    http://www.corporateactionnetwork.org/campaigns/black-friday/events

If you don't see one listed near you, there is a search box on the right near the top of the page.  Just type in your town or city and state and more events will come up.  The one I'm attending wasn't on the main list.  I typed in Rialto, Ca., and several events in my area came up.  The closest was Fontana (Rialto doesn't have it's own Wal-Mart).  

I hope that at least some of you will attend.  You don't have to stay a long time, but it would be nice if you did.  Just standing by your fellow workers for a few minutes would be better than nothing.  And for those of you who are Niggerball fans, there were games on all day yesterday.  Do you have to watch them all?  Can't you spare a few minutes in support of your fellow workers, or is watching a bunch of sweaty Blacks running around on a field chasing a funny-shaped ball and bumping into each other more important?  And if you have any money on a game (which you shouldn't) the same team will win whether you're there to see it or not.  Do something constructive with your day off.  Use it to stand up against corporate greed.

Dan 88!

Thursday, November 22, 2012

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!



Dan 88!

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

The Modern Thanksgiving


I realize that Thanksgiving is still a day away, but as many people will be out-of-town, or busy making sure they finish their work before the long weekend, some may not get a chance to see this article, so I thought I'd post it today.

Thanksgiving is a tradition based on White culture and our European heritage. Although it is a time for all to give thanks for what they have, if it weren't for us, the holiday most probably would not exist.


In the middle of the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln, prompted by a series of editorials written by Sarah Josepha Hale, proclaimed a national Thanksgiving Day, to be celebrated on the final Thursday in November 1863.

Since 1863, Thanksgiving has been observed annually in the United States.

Abraham Lincoln's successors as president followed his example of annually declaring the final Thursday in November to be Thanksgiving. But in 1939, President Franklin D. Roosevelt broke with this tradition. November had five Thursdays that year (instead of the usual four), and Roosevelt declared the fourth Thursday as Thanksgiving rather than the fifth one. Although many popular histories state otherwise, he made clear that his plan was to establish the holiday on the next-to-last Thursday in the month instead of the last one.

With the country still in the midst of The Great Depression, Roosevelt thought an earlier Thanksgiving would give merchants a longer period to sell goods before Christmas. Increasing profits and spending during this period, Roosevelt hoped, would help bring the country out of the Depression. At the time, advertising goods for Christmas before Thanksgiving was considered inappropriate. Fred Lazarus, Jr., founder of the Federated Department Stores (later Macy's), is credited with convincing Roosevelt to push Thanksgiving back a week to expand the shopping season.

On October 6, 1941, both houses of the U.S. Congress passed a joint resolution fixing the traditional last-Thursday date for the holiday beginning in 1942. However, in December of that year the Senate passed an amendment to the resolution that split the difference by requiring that Thanksgiving be observed annually on the fourth Thursday of November, which was sometimes the last Thursday and sometimes (less frequently) the next to last. On December 26, 1941 President Roosevelt signed this bill, for the first time making the date of Thanksgiving a matter of federal law.

Since 1947 the National Turkey Federation has presented the President of the United States with one live turkey and two dressed turkeys, in a ceremony known as the National Thanksgiving Turkey Presentation. The live turkey is pardoned and lives out the rest of its days on a nearby peaceful farm. While it is commonly held that this pardoning tradition began with Harry Truman in 1947, the Truman Library has shown no evidence for this. The earliest on record is with George H. W. Bush in 1989. Still others claim that the tradition dates back to Abraham Lincoln pardoning his son's pet turkey. Both stories have been quoted in more recent presidential speeches. In more recent years, two turkeys have been pardoned, in case the original turkey becomes unavailable for presidential pardoning.

Unavailable? I wonder what that could mean?! MMMMM!!!!!


Dan 88!

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

DON'T FEED THE BEAST!


Christmas is fast approaching. Most of us have started our Christmas shopping by now.
Indeed, some have already finished (not me).

The ANP and National Socialism preach against materialism. It is sad to say that at this
time of year materialism goes hog wild – and that includes many of us.

The holidays used to be a time of love, giving, sharing, and family togetherness. But in
the past few decades it has become nothing but “gimme, gimme, gimme!”

Rather than accepting gifts from your friends and family in the spirit of, “It’s the thought
that counts, it has become a time of list making and order filling.

Just look at the commercials that Madison Avenue puts out. All they do is encourage
greed, materialism, and selfishness. The people are told that the more you spend, the
better a holiday you and your family will have. Spending more than you can afford will
only give Wall Street a better Christmas, not you and your family.

The profits department stores rake in at this time of year are truly obscene.

According to the Retail Industry Guide, spending has descreased slightly in the past few
years, due to the failing economy and rising unemployment. However, the amount spent
at Christmas time by the average American family is truly disturbing.

The following is a five-year Comparison of the NRF BIG Research Christmas Holiday
Consumer Intentions and Actions Survey, 2005 - 2010:

Average Amount Consumers Planned to Spend For Gifts

$688.87 - 2010
$681.83 - 2009
$694.19 - 2008
$755.13 - 2007
$750.70 - 2006
$734.69 - 2005

Average Amount Consumers Planned to Spend for Christmas or Holiday Decorations

$41.51 - 2010
$40.70 - 2009
$42.90 - 2008
$46.01 - 2007
$44.11 - 2006
$40.67 - 2005

Average Amount Consumers Planned to Spend for Christmas Holiday Food

$86.32 - 2010
$90.14 - 2009
$79.26 - 2008
$87.55 - 2007
$86.54 - 2006
$87.34 - 2005

Percentage of Consumers Planned to Spend on Non-Gift Purchases For Themselves

57.1% - 2010
52.9% - 2009
56.6% - 2008
56.0% - 2007
56.7% - 2006
52.9% - 2005

Total Amount Consumers Planned to Spend for Winter Holiday-Related Items:

$688.87 - 2010
$681.83 - 2009
$694.19 - 2008
$755.13 - 2007
$750.70 - 2006
$734.69 - 2005

Percentage of Consumers Who Planned to Celebrate Winter Holidays or Participate in
Halloween Activities:

91.7% - 2010
93.2% - 2009
93.6% - 2008
90.2% - 2007
93.0% - 2006
93.0% - 2005

Now that we have the figures, let’s do some basic arithmetic. We’ll stick with 2010
to make things simple.

Money spent on gifts comes to $688.87. Another $41.51 for decorations. Food comes to
$82.32. Of course you’re such a good person, you deserve to buy yourself a present.

No dollar amount is given but 51% of Americans do this. I think $50.00 for a self-gift is
a reasonable figure.

Okay, let’s add it all up. That comes to $866.70. Now let’s not forget that we use extra
gas running around to a dozen different stores filling our family’s Christmas orders, so I
think it’s fair to round that up to about $900.00.

Things have gotten completely out of hand. When I was a kid, the Christmas decorations
went up in the stores after Thanksgiving. Now they go up a day or two after Halloween.
That’s because for the most part, department stores don’t make very much money off of
Thanksgiving. Supermarkets do, but not department stores.

The Judeo-Capitalists have commercialized and twisted this wonderful time of year into
a time of greed and selfishness, and all for the sake of their mega-profits.

It’s a far cry from what Charles Dickens wrote in ‘A Christmas Carol’,
“Uncle, I’ve always looked upon Christmas as a good time and a charitable time. It’s the
only time where people seem to realize that we’re all part of the same family, and being
part of the same family, we all owe each other some measure of warmth and solace. And
though it’s never put a scrap of gold or silver in my pockets, I think that it has done me
good, and will do me good, and I say God bless it!”

Remember the old saying, “Christmas is a time of giving, not receiving.” It’s also a time
of giving of yourself.

Let’s not forget that when you give in to greed at Christmas, you are literally feeding the
Beast that is draining you dry. It’s not enough that they send our jobs overseas. It’s not
enough that that pay us low wages with the jobs they don’t outsource. But they have to
make us think that we’re cheap and stingy people if we don’t empty our wallets every
December 25.

I’m not saying we should not buy Christmas presents. That is, and always will be a part
of the holiday. What I’m saying is we should use restraint. Let’s not try and buy
everything that Madison Avenue says we must have.

How many of you overspend every year, and barely get it paid off in time to start it all
over again?

The vicious cycle must stop. This year, give of yourself, instead of your wallet. Buy
presents, of course, but do it sensibly, and within your means. But above all, DON’T
FEED THE BEAST!

Dan 88!

Monday, November 19, 2012

Gallup: 62% of Americans say stopping illegal immigration should be a top priority


Thursday, November 15, 2012, 8:55 PM EST

A new poll from Gallup found that 62% of Americans think stopping illegal immigration should be a top priority for Pres. Obama's second term, while only 37% think providing a pathway to citizenship for the nation's 11 million illegal aliens should be a top priority. The poll questioned 1,000 Americans from Nov. 9-12 and asked them to rate 12 different issues ranging from the economy to military spending to immigration to the environment.
Since last week's elections, Members of Congress from both parties have been calling for renewed efforts in Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform that would provide an amnesty for illegal aliens. On Wednesday, Pres. Obama told the White House press corps during his first press conference since winning re-election that he expects consideration of an amnesty bill to start "very soon" after his inauguration.
The Gallup survey also found that 29% of Americans think that passing an amnesty shouldn't be a priority at all, while only 14% think stopping illegal immigration shouldn't be a priority.
82% of Republicans think that stopping illegal immigration should be a top priority; only 25% of Republicans thinking passing an amnesty should be a top priority. Fewer than 50% of both Democrats and Independents think that passing a mass amnesty should be a top priority.
Importance of Goals for President Obama's Second Term, November 2012
Comment:
As you can see according to this poll, the majority of Americans agree with the ANP on most of these issues.  The main problem is that they just don't know what to do about it.  It is clear that nearly two thirds of the people (66.66%) do not want an amnesty.  According to this country's racial demographics, approximately 25% of the people polled were Mestizo (which is more than half of their population) and even THEY don't want an amnesty.  More proof that the government doesn't give a damn what the people want.  They are going to do as they see fit and we can like it or lump it.
The current government is NOT serving the people.  According to Thomas Jefferson, it's time for a new government.
The Liberals will say that giving illegals a path to citizenship is the only answer because we have to do something with them.  They seem to forget there is another alternative:  DEPORT THEM WHENEVER THEY ARE DISCOVERED.
Quite frankly I don't give a damn that all they want is a better life.  For every one that gets a better life, they take a tiny infinitesimal portion of mine away.  A few does not matter much.  But millions do.  There is only so much to go around.  If we keep giving it away - even in the name of compassion for these people, there won't be enough left for the rest of us.
National Socialism believes in taking care of it's own people first.  That means White Americans first, Non-Whites second, LEGAL immigrants third, and then, and only then when everyone has what they need (plus a little extra in reserve in case of disasters) can we even begin to think about helping outsiders.
Dan 88!

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Talk Shoe Revue

Well, that's episode 37.  The recording is already available to play if you missed the show.

Our purpose yesterday was to dispel the myths associated with true National Socialism.  Let me preface my revue by saying  that I don't believe there is only brotherly love and race hatred.  That concept is an idea to try and force everyone to pick a side.  I believe there is brotherly love, race hatred, and a sort of in-between where you neither love nor hate other races.  The ANP falls into the latter category.  We neither love nor hate non-Aryans - unlike the New Black Panthers who make no secret of the fact they hate all of us Crackers.

Anyway, we touched on a variety of issues yesterday.  Chairman Suhayda wanted us to cover as many issues as possible so we didn't stay on one topic too long.  

One of the first topics was whether true NS is for or against Capitalism.  The answer is we are AGAINST it.  Just because the Marxists are also against it does that mean we should support it because they are our enemy?  That would be stupid.  Anybody who thinks, "Whatever my enemy is for I'm against, and whatever they are against I am for" is showing a very limited mentality.  I myself quoted from a leaflet that Hitler himself wrote in 1926 where he calls Judeo-Capitalists "Blood Sucking leaches" and "Stock exchange bandits".

We also pointed out we are FOR Free Enterprise.  Remember, Free Enterprise is working hard to start a business and make it successful, whereas Capitalism is shifting money around, borrowing from Peter to pay Paul, and using other people's money in your business (stock investors).  Free Enterprise built this country while Judeo-Capitalism is destroying it.

We also touched on vices such as pornography, drugs, and even alcohol.  Now I'm sure we can all agree that drinking in moderation is acceptable, but getting drunk on a daily basis is not.  

Drugs are even worse - including marijuana.  On "Dragnet" Sergeant Friday once said, "Eight out of ten kids we bust for hard drugs are also holding marijuana.  I judge Weed by the company it keeps."  So do I. 

I think most of us at least can agree that pornography should never be tolerated - even soft core like Playboy because it encourages and makes acceptable degenerate lifestyles.  Yes, that does mean censorship.  Freedom of expression is only acceptable if it not harmful to the community.  NS considers the rights of the community as whole before the rights of the individual.  You can't have it both ways.  It's either the community first or the individual.  This country places the individual before the community.  And look at the results:  Decadence and moral decay everywhere.

We also talked about government accountability.  In Mein Kampf, Chapter 3,  Hitler talked about the lack of government accountability in the Viennese government.  They were allowed to do pretty much as they pleased.  Here in the United States, there is no difference today.  Sure we have an agency called the General Accounting Office (GAO) which supposedly makes the different branches of government and their various departments accountable for their actions, but if it isn't all for show, then they are doing an extremely poor job because the government seems to running unchecked.  The GAO watches the government?  I have to ask, "Who watches the watchers?"

A few other topics were discussed, but I won't go into every one of them here.  If you missed the show, then I suggest you listen to the recording.  You can access Talk Shoe right here by going to the Talk Shoe gadget in the sidebar on the right.  It was a great show.  Not our best one, but still it was very good.

Dan 88!

Saturday, November 17, 2012

GOOD NEWS!

Our new Ohio state blog is finally up and running.  We just got it going late Friday and there is only one short post, but like I said it was late.  Check back soon for more and better posts from Comrade Steve.  Since it just got going yesterday, let's give him a few more days to get it "decorated" with lots of good stuff like mine and the others.  It will take a bit of time, but at least the posts have begun.  Don't forget to leave a comment there.  I'm sure Comrade Steve will appreciate any good advice or suggestions you can give him to make it a better blog.

Remember, his rules are more or less the same as mine:  No profanity or insults.  If you can't write like an adult, your comments will not get published.  

You can find the link in the "White Friendly" section of this blog, or go to www.anp14ohio.blogspot.com

Also, ANP Talk Shoe is today at 5:00 PM Pacific Time.  The topic is basically, "What we believe in."  Don't miss it.  Of course you can listen to the recording later, but somehow that isn't quite the same.  You can also call in or join the crowd in the chat room.  If you do the latter, don't let the trolls distract you from the topic with their insults and jibes.  That's what they go there for:  To get people off topic and be disruptive.  Geez, they need to get a life - or at least a girlfriend.  Spending your time going to chat rooms and acting like a douche is just plain pathetic.  I never go to their sites and act like a douchebag.  It would be just plain rude as well as childish.

I'll be talking about the show for tomorrow's post.

Dan 88!

Friday, November 16, 2012

The Myth Of Oil Shortages


Oil shortages are nothing more than a scam designed to create artificial scarcity and jack up prices and
bleed the Working and Middle Classes of our hard earned money, all to benefit the wealthy elite.

More than 30 years ago, economists said the best way to capitalize on a global economy was to create a
neo-Feudalistic society of Serfs, who would be indebted for life to a ruling elite. Now that the government
and the Judeo-Capitalists have succeeded in nearly completely de-industrializing the United States, this has
basically come to pass. Naturally, one of the reasons they blame the current situation is on energy
shortages, which is nothing more than an out and out lie.

Globalization is all about consolidation. Now that the world economy has become so centralized through
Judeo-Capitalist business operations, they are going to continue to consolidate and blame it on the West's
"evil" overconsumption of fossil fuels, while at the same time blocking the development and integration of
renewable clean technologies. We have had the technology to create efficient electric and hydrogen fuelcell
cars for decades. Yet the oil companies and OPEC Nations have spent billions blocking their
development.

Oil shortage, is advanced by the elite, by the oil industry, by the very people that you would think be harmed
most by it. Could there be something more sinister behind it?

The American people have been told that certain areas have had their oil supplies depleted. There is
evidence that this is an outright lie to create artificial shortages and drive prices up.

Memos leaked from Mobil, Chevron, and Texaco to the Foundation For Taxpayer And Consumer Rights
outline a specific agenda for creating artificial scarcity by limiting or closing refineries for “maintenance”, and
the closing of certain oil fields by claiming their supplies are depleted. The memos also state that “new”
supplies can be “discovered” at these closed fields at a later date. This memo was sent to these companies
by the American Petroleum Institute, which helps to set oil prices, and manipulate the industry for the benefit
of the companies. You can call it a sort of petroleum “think tank”.

A senior energy analyst at the recent API convention warned, “If the US petroleum industry doesn't reduce
its refining capacity it will never see any substantial increase in refinery margins." Margins mean profits.

A Real Oil Mystery

Oil is a non-renewable resource. As fossil fuel takes millions of years to form, once we use it up, it takes
that long to replace it. Needless to say, that’s longer than any of us have to live.

Eugene Island is an off shore oil field in the Gulf of Mexico, 80 miles off the coast of Louisiana. It was
discovered in 1973 produced approximately 15,000 barrels of oil a day which then slowed to about 4,000
barrels in 1989.

But then for no logical reason whatsoever, production spiked back up to 13,000 barrels a day. Why? Where did all this extra oil come from? No explanation was ever given. Indeed, the increase was kept as quiet as possible by its owners.

An investigation led by the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Protection showed that the new supply
was coming from a previously unknown fissure on the Gulf floor. Analysis of the oil itself proved that it is
geologically of a different age from the oil originally produced when the refinery first opened. The oil
company has offered no explanation for this discrepancy.

The last estimates of probable reserves shot up from 60 million barrels to 400 million barrels.
Both the scientists and geologists from the big oil companies have seen the evidence and admitted that the
Eugene Island oil field is refilling itself, but they won’t say how.

Is there something fishy going on? Are the oil companies behind this? No. The point is that what was
originally a rather small oil field, later turned out to be a rather large one, and the oil company tried to keep
this a secret.

There must be other oil fields like Eugene Island out there. What with technology more advanced than ever,
oil supplies that were inaccessible 50 years ago, are accessible today. The problem with that for the oil
companies is that if too much oil is discovered, then prices will drop.

The future of oil

As oil prices continue to rise, the American people have been told to “get used to it”. We are told that with
dwindling supplies, and increased demand both here and abroad, we can expect prices to continue to rise at
a geometric rate.

But flying in the face of the so called oil shortages crisis the facts. If we are running out of oil so quickly then
why are reserves being continually increased and production skyrocketing?

In the 1980s OPEC decided to switch to a quota production system based on the size of reserves. The
larger the reserves a country said it had the more it could pump.

“Huge reserves enable the Kingdom [Saudi Arabia] to remain a major oil producer for between 70 and 100
years, even if it raises its production capacity to 15 million barrels per day, which may well happen during
the next 15 years,” said an OPEC representative.

Why are they doing this if there is an oil shortage?

One of the last countries we think of as an oil country is Russia. Scientists say there are vast, untapped oil
fields in Siberia. Decades ago, they were inaccessible, due to their remoteness, and the rugged terrain.
That isn’t as big a problem as it was then, so why aren’t these reserves being exploited?

Clearly, there is a big contradiction with what the oil companies and the government is telling us, and the
scientific facts.

Middle Eastern Oil

Why does the United States used so much Middle Eastern oil? According the oil companies, it is because of
environmentalists. With the push to preserve wilderness areas, combined with the EPA’s mandate to use
low sulfur Middle East oil, they have no choice but to buy foreign oil, rather than exploit our own supplies.
The real truth is that it is more profitable to use Middle Eastern oil. It’s easier and cheaper to drill for, as the
OPEC countries have few or no environmental protection laws.

If more refineries were built and different resources tapped, the oil prices would come down OPEC and the
oil companies would see profits diminish. If there are not enough oil refineries, Big Oil makes greater profits
with less work.

In a recent report the International Monetary Fund projected that global demand for oil by 2030 would reach 139 million barrels a day, a 65 percent increase.

"We should expect to live with high and volatile oil prices," said Raghuram Rajan, the IMF's chief economist.
"In short, it's going to be a rocky road going forward."

The thing is, we are NOT dependent on oil. We have efficient alternative energy sources such as solar,
wind, hydroelectric, and even nuclear power. To allow ourselves to be dependent on what is essentially a
mineral slime is ridiculous.

If we continue to let the corrupt elite tell us we are wholly dependent on oil, we continue on the road to the
destruction of the working and middle classes, and return to a Medieval-like society where a small group of
privileged people rule, and the rest are relegated to a slave-like caste.

Artificial oil shortage is just another weapon the globalists have in their arsenal to move towards a new world
order where the elite get richer and everyone else falls into line.

Dan 88!