Sunday, December 30, 2012

Save Us Chuck Woollery!



I'd vote for Chuck!

Dan 88!

More Soldiers Cut For Being Overweight


WASHINGTON, Dec. 10 (UPI) - About 16 times more U.S. troops were drummed out of the Army this year for being overweight than were five years ago, military officials say.
The Washington Post reported Monday during the first 10 months of this year, the Army discharged 1,625 soldiers for being out of shape.
The Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center says between 1998 and 2010, the number of active-duty military personnel categorized as overweight or obese more than tripled, with 86,186 troops diagnosed as overweight or obese in 2010.
The effort to weed out the overweight comes as the military moves to reduce its forces by tens of thousands of troops in the coming years to save money, the Post notes.
"A healthy and fit force is essential to national security," said Cmdr. Leslie Hull-Ryde, a Pentagon spokeswoman.
The weight problem in the military is a reflection of the U.S. population in general.
Retired Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling said that in 2009 he found 75 percent of civilians who wanted to join up were ineligible and obesity was the leading cause. And of the 25 percent who could join, 65 percent could not pass the physical training test on the first day.
But with two wars to fight, the Army granted waivers and overweight recruits made it in. Now with the wars winding down, the Army is able to tell soldiers to get fit or get out.
"We will use the drawdown as an opportunity to shape our Army by ensuring that we retain only the very best soldiers," the Post said Army Secretary John M. McHugh wrote in a Feb. 2 memo.

Comment:
Why did I post this story?  To illustrate that America is the fattest country on Earth.  We eat way too much and mostly the wrong kinds of food - and I'm as guilty as the next person.  Obesity and diabetes is epidemic in the United States these days.
Most Americans eat 50% more than is necessary at each meal, plus dessert, plus at least two snacks daily.  Let's not forget our love affair with soda pop.  The average American consumes four 12 ounce cans of soda daily.  On this one I am NOT guilty.  At least not with regular soda.  I can't be certain how many grams of sugar are in a can of regular soda.  I think it's something like 22 grams.  The reason I'm not sure is I don't keep that stuff in my house.  I only drink diet soda, which is also bad because Nutri-Sweet is a carcinogenic (causes cancer).  I did ask my doctor which is the lesser of two evils, regular or diet and he said all that sugar is worse for you than Nutri-Sweet.
He also told me to stay out of the central aisles of supermarkets.  All the healthy stuff such as fruits and veggies are usually around the perimeter of the store.   The aisles contain all the processed crap that is so bad for us.
Except for chicken and turkey, cold cuts are practically poison.
There is a problem with eating healthy that our doctors don't consider.  Aside from the fact that junk food tastes better, healthy food is far more expensive.  Just compare the price of a pound of fresh produce with a can of vegetables.  A lot more.  Fresh fruit is even worse.
Cost or no, we have to start making some changes for the better.  Eat more fruits and veg.  Cut out red meat except on special occasions like holidays.  Eat more fish and poultry.  Eat a bit less.  Don't go back for seconds.  If there is food left over stick it in the fridge and have it the next day or the day after.  I know many people don't like leftovers, but with the price of food as it is, beggars can't be choosers.  Skip dessert - unless it's something like fresh fruit.  Even sugar free desserts are better than stuff like cakes and pies.  
America is also in love with fast food.  I can tell you a bit more about that because I did a paper in health sciences in college on fast food.  An average male is allowed 30 grams of saturated fat daily.  Women only 25 grams.  A quarter pounder with cheese has 65 grams of saturated fat.  A large order of fries has 30.  If you have a milkshake with that, add another 50 grams.  Let's add.  125 grams of saturated fat in one meal.  More than FOUR times your daily allowance.  Assuming you have an average amount of saturated fat at your other two meals and two snacks, figure about FIVE times your daily allowance.  Six if you're female.  Many people eat fast food daily.  No wonder diabetes, obesity, and heart disease is epidemic.  Oh, and about alcohol.  Alcohol turns to sugar in your blood, and excess sugar turns to fat so don't think it's better to substitute a beer for that coke.  It's WORSE!  Fast food should be an occasional treat or eaten in an emergency when you are super short of time, or are travelling and not on a regular basis.  I can't remember the last time I had McDonald's or Burger King or any other fast food. 
Let's also not forget that we should be doing at least 20 minutes of regular exercise five days a week and that should include aerobics as well.
Part of National Socialism is fitness and health.  Remember Hitler was a vegetarian.  Unless we start taking better care of ourselves, we won't have to wait for the non-Aryans to cause our extinction.  We'll be saving them the trouble by eating ourselves to death.  Sounds ridiculous?  Take a good look in the mirror.   What size shirt do you wear?  I wear 2XL.  I shouldn't be any larger than XL.  How about you?
Dan 88!

Saturday, December 29, 2012

The Bill Of Rights

After yesterday's post I got to thinking.  How many people have actually read the Bill Of Rights - at least since  they were in high school that is?  I thought it might be nice to have a little civics lesson.  For those of you who have read them, I don't mean to insult your intelligence.  Like I said yesterday, not just the Bill Of Rights, but the entire Constitution is written in 18th Century legalese, which makes a certain amount of sense as many of our Founding Fathers were lawyers.  I will include a simplified translation under each amendment.  I do not say that we are granted these rights in reality.  I only translate into simpler language the meaning of those words.

Dan 88!

THE BILL OF RIGHTS


First Amendment – Establishment Clause, Free Exercise Clause; freedom of speech, of the press, and of assembly; right to petition Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

The People have the right of freedom of speech, press (media) and to gather for peaceful and legal purposes including the right to protest against any institution either governmental or private.  We also have the right to freedom OF religion and freedom FROM religion.   The government cannot endorse any pqarticular religion nor make practicing a religion mandatory such as in many Islamic nations like Iran.

Second Amendment – Militia (United States), Sovereign state, Right to keep and bear arms.  A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

This refers to the formation of state militias (their version of the National Guard), not possession of weapons for private use.  In the 18th Century militias were voluntary.  Volunteers were required to provide their own weapons.   However, as the Constitution does not specifically state that the federal government has the right to ban or regulate weapon ownership, therefore it is unconstitutional for it to even try.  Gun control is a matter of state's rights.  See amendment ten.

Third Amendment – Protection from quartering of troops.
No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.

The government has no right to order private citizens to put up soldiers in their homes without the consent of the owner.  In war they may, but only if certain legal conditions are met including dire necessity.  If such quartering is done, the home owner has the right to as much advanced notice as possible, and will be reimbursed by the federal government for any expenses incurred.

Fourth Amendment – Protection from unreasonable search and seizure.
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Neither people can be searched nor property confiscated without a court issued warrant and such a warrant can only be issued if there is reasonable cause to suspect some illegality.  Courts are empowered to use sensible judgement to determine whether probable cause exists, although there are certain guidelines judges must follow.

Fifth Amendment – due process, double jeopardy, self-incrimination, eminent domain.
No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.

No one can be deprived of life, liberty, or property without the government following the rule of law.  Also no one can be tried twice for the same offense.  However a person may be tried in criminal court for a crime - say murder - be found not guilty, then sued in civil court for wrongful death as in the OJ Simpson case.  These laws may not apply to active military personnel during wartime.  Courts Martial is different than a civilian trial.  Neither civilian nor military personnel may be forced to say or do anything that might incriminate themselves.  This does not apply to DUI because driving is a privilege not a right.  When we are granted a licence we agree to take sobriety tests if the police believe  there is probable cause to suspect drunk driving such as erratic driving.

Sixth Amendment – Trial by jury and rights of the accused; Confrontation Clause, speedy trial, public trial, right to counsel
In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence.

The accused have a right to a trial within 45 days of the arraignment or indictment.  Trials must be public and not a secret tribunal behind closed doors, however the accused can request it be private.  This does not apply to military personnel on active duty during wartime.  Only the defense can waive a jury trial and be tried by a judge - not the prosecution.  Also the prosecution must lay out their entire case and provide a list of witnesses against the defendant prior to the beginning of the trial.  Both the prosecution and the defense have the right to compel relevant witnesses to testify.  Exceptions to this are that legally married persons cannot be compelled to testify against each other, nor can the defendant be required to testify against themselves.  Other relations can be required to testify against the defendant including minor children.

Seventh Amendment – Civil trial by jury.
In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.

This refers to suing people.  The dollar amount mentioned has been raised considerably since 1787.  In essence, in small claims court you are not entitled to a jury - only in "large" claims court.  In a civil suit, the right of appeal to a higher court exists.  Not in small claims.  In small claims court the decision is final - unless you can prove there was discrimination based on race, color, or creed.

Eighth Amendment – Prohibition of excessive bail and cruel and unusual punishment.
Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.

A person arrested for say shoplifting cannot be assigned a bail of say a million dollars.  That would be excessive.  However, what exactly constitutes excessive bail?  That amount is decided based on the cost of living, average income, state law, and personal judgement of the courts.  Civilian rules of bail do not apply to active military personnel during wartime.  Bizarre punishments may not be imposed.  Who decides what's bizarre, unusual, or cruel?  In the 18th Century flogging people for punishment was common.  The attitudes of the people at the current time period, the state, and the courts determine this.  For example, execution by hanging is considered cruel, even though it was practiced up until WW II in some places in the United States.  The amount of fines also are determined by similar criteria as bail such as seriousness of offense, the number of times the offense has been repeated, plus cost of living, and average salary.

Ninth Amendment – Protection of rights not specifically enumerated in the Constitution.
The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.

See yesterday's post for translation.

Tenth Amendment – Powers of States and people.
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

See yesterday's post.

Comment:

Comrades it should be painfully obvious from what is going on in this country that the Constitution is tossed aside by the government whenever it is expedient for them to do so.  

"When the government fails to serve the people, it's time for a new government." - Thomas Jefferson.

When the government ignores the Constitution, it fails to serve the people, therefore it's time for a new government.  The ANP is working towards a peaceful and legal means of accomplishing this.  That means education, grassroots political action, and running for office.

To do that we need YOU.  We need your financial support.  We need you to help us spread our message through literature (education and grassroots political activism), and running for office.

The ANP works for the benefit of our Folk.  But if you won't help us to help you, then what's the point?

Dan 88!

Friday, December 28, 2012

U.S. Constitution - what's that?


I generally feel that most lawyers fall somewhere in between pond scum and the crud that grows on the insideof a garbage can, I would listen to this guy. Pardon the weird way it can out.  I was unable to fix it.  Sorry.    
Dan 88!

Well, I have done it! I have read the entire text of proposed House Bill 3200: The Affordable Health Care Choices Act of constitutional law. I was frankly concerned that parts of the proposed 2009. I studied it with particular emphasis from my area of expertise.

To begin with, much of what has been said about the law and its implications is in fact true, despite whatthe Democrats and the media are saying. The law does provide for rationing of health care, particularly
health care for illegal immigrants, and free abortion services.
The Bill will also eventually force private insurance companies out of business, and put everyone into a government run system. All decisions will not be made by health care professionals.
Decisions about personal health care will ultimately be made by federal bureaucrats and payments to physicians, and allocations of necessary medical
devices will be strictly controlled by the government.

However, as scary as all  of that is, it just       scratches the surface. In
fact, I have concluded    that this legislation     really has no intention of
providing affordable      health care choices.      Instead it is a convenientcover for the most massivetransfer of power  to the Executive Branch of government that has ever occurred,or even been contemplated If this law or a similar oneis adopted, major portions of the Constitution of the United States will effectively have been.

The first thing to go will be the masterfully crafted balance of power between the Executive,  Legislative, and Judicial  branches of the  U.S.  Government.  The Congress will be transferring to the Obama            Administration authority  in a number of different areas over the lives of the American people, and the     businesses they own.

The irony is that the Congress doesn't have any authority to legislate in most of those areas to begin with!I defy anyone to read the text of the U.S.Constitutionand  find  any  authority  granted to  the members of Congress to regulate health care.

This legislation also provides for access, by the     appointees of the Obama administration, of all of yourpersonal healthcare direct violation  of the specific provisions of the 4th Amendment to the Constitution
information, your personal financial information, and the  information of  your  employer,  physician,  and hospital. All of this is a protecting against
unreasonable searches and seizures.You can also forgetabout the right to privacy. That will have been       legislated into oblivion  regardless  of what the 3rd and 4th Amendments may provide...

If you decide not to have healthcare insurance, or if you have private  insurance that is not deemed  acceptable to the Health Choices           Administrator appointed by   Obama,   there will be a tax imposed on you.It is called atax instead of a fine becauseof the intent to avoid       application of the due
process clause of the 5th    Amendment.  However, that    doesn't work because since   there is  nothing in the law that allows you to contest or appeal the imposition ofthe tax,it is definitely depriving someone of propertywithout the due process of law.

So, there are three of those pesky amendments that thefar left hate so much,out the original ten in the Billof Rights, that are effectively nullified by this law It doesn't stop there though.

The 9th Amendment that provides:The enumeration in theConstitution, of certain rights,shall not be construedto deny or disparage others retained by the people.

The 10th Amendment states: The powers not delegated tothe United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States,  are  preserved  to  the  States respectively, or to the people. Under the  provisions of this piece of Congressional handiwork  neither the people nor the states are going to have any rights or powers at all in many areas that  once were theirs to control.
I could  write  many more pages about this          legislation, but I think  you get the idea. This is not about health care; it is about seizing power andlimiting rights... Article6 of the Constitution     requires the members of   both houses of Congress to"be  bound  by  oath  or  affirmation to support theConstitution." If I was a member of Congress I would not be able to vote for    this legislation or anything like it, without feeling I was violating that sacred oath of affirmation. If I voted for it anyway, I would hope the American people would hold me accountable.

For those who might doubt the nature of this threat, Isuggest they consult the source, the US Constitution, and Bill of Rights. There you can see exactly what we are about to have taken from us.

Michael Connelly
Retired attorney, Constitutional Law Instructor
Carrollton , Texas

Comment:

As I've said before, President Obama and the rest of ZOG throw the Constitution  into the trash whenever it suits their purpose.  How much more proof do the 
Sheeple need to understand that the system DOESN'T WORK.  It did once, but the   system died about a hundred years ago.  In fact, the anniversary of its death is just a few months away with the 100th anniversary of that nest of vipers called  the Federal Reserve Bank.

As the language used in the Constitution can be extremely turgid, I'll try and   translate a bit.

The 9th Amendment, simply put states that certain rights given the people by the Constitution cannot be cancelled by additional amendments.  I believe there are  33 Amendments with the last one having expired.  For example, it would be        unconstitutional to adopt a 34th amendment that reads, "All rights given to the  people are hereby suspended whenever deemed necessary by the president."

The 10th Amendment basically means that any issue not specifically given to the  federal government, or an issue like not mentioned at all such as Gay marriage isgiven to the states.  In other words, if it isn't specified it is a federal thing
or not covered at all it is a state's right's issue.  For example national healthcare is not mentioned by the U.S. Constitution at all, therefor according the    Constitution it is a state's rights issue.  Only a state can pass such a         healthcare law, not the federal government.
It's obvious that the constitution is a pesky little hindrance to the federal    agenda.   And there's another critical difference between ZOG and National       Socialism.  We treasure the Constitution.  To them it's a nuisance.

Dan 88!

Thursday, December 27, 2012

History Repeats Itself


Another excerpt from Mein Kampf, Volume I, Chapter III. - Dan 88!

More than any other State, the existence of the old Austria depended on a strong and capable Government. The Habsburg Empire lacked ethnical uniformity, which constitutes the fundamental basis of a national State and will preserve the existence of such a State even though the ruling power should be grossly inefficient. When a State is composed of a homogeneous population, the natural inertia of such a population will hold the Stage together and maintain its existence through astonishingly long periods of misgovernment and maladministration. It may often seem as if the principle of life had died out in such a body-politic; but a time comes when the apparent corpse rises up and displays before the world an astonishing manifestation of its indestructible vitality. 

But the situation is utterly different in a country where the population is not homogeneous, where there is no bond of common blood but only that of one ruling hand. Should the ruling hand show signs of weakness in such a State the result will not be to cause a kind of hibernation of the State but rather to awaken the individualist instincts which are slumbering in the ethnological groups. These instincts do not make themselves felt as long as these groups are dominated by a strong central will-to-govern. The danger which exists in these slumbering separatist instincts can be rendered more or less innocuous only through centuries of common education, common traditions and common interests. The younger such States are, the more their existence will depend on the ability and strength of the central government. If their foundation was due only to the work of a strong personality or a leader who is a man of genius, in many cases they will break up as soon as the founder disappears; because, though great, he stood alone. But even after centuries of a common education and experiences these separatist instincts I have spoken of are not always completely overcome. They may be only dormant and may suddenly awaken when the central government shows weakness and the force of a common education as well as the prestige of a common tradition prove unable to withstand the vital energies of separatist nationalities forging ahead towards the shaping of their own individual existence. 

The failure to see the truth of all this constituted what may be called the tragic crime of the Habsburg rulers.

Comment:

When a scientist conducts an experiment, the results are not considered conclusive unless he can repeat it and achieve the same results.

Although we are not talking about an experiment, first we have pre-WW I Austria, and today we have the United States of America whose official agenda is to continually move towards multi-culturalism and globalism.

I think you will all agree that the Fuhrer was right.  The economy is a mess just like in Austria.  Politically we are a mess just like in Austria.  And also just like Austria we have no common blood or culture anymore.  All the different ethnic groups in this country are competing for dominance and asserting their own individual culture, traditions, and language (including Blacks and their "Ebonics").  This is resulting in social and political chaos just like in Austria.  The results were nothing less than a national disaster for Austria.

This was repeated in Wiemar Germany after WW I with the same disastrous  results.  Now history repeats itself again.  The United States is making the same mistakes.  No one ever seems to learn.  If you build a house with a certain method and the house collapses, you don't rebuild using the same technique that caused it to collapse.  You use another method.  It's so simple you wonder why everyone doesn't see it.

The truth is they do see it, but they keep on doing it anyway because this is the best method to eliminate the White race.  In Old Austria the goal was the de-Germanization of the population.  Today it's the de-Europeanization of the population.  The same technique, just slightly adapted for the 21st Century and for a country that is a nation of immigrants.  

All too often I hear from my fellow Whites, "Yeah, I can see what's happening, but what can I do about it?  Besides, I'm too busy."

Another one I hear often is, "Yeah, I know, but by the time it happens I'll either be dead or too old to care."

Comrades, in less than twenty years (perhaps sooner) we will be in the minority.  In an additional ten years, the new Mestizo majority will have a large enough population to start throwing their weight around.  And if you think they won't I point out South Africa.  It probably won't be as bad as there, but we will definitely become a disadvantaged ethnic group.  If you are under 40, you WILL live to see it.  Those of us 40 - 60 MAY live to see it.  If any liberal thinks I'm full of sh*t, you'd better wake up and smell the coffee.  You obviously believe in the universal goodness of all people.  That's a crock.  Everyone is out to look after themselves and their own first and foremost.  That's the way it is, and that's the way it will always be.  When we look closely at history we see that when push comes to shove, Mankind hasn't really changed in 10,000 years.  We adapt to the time we are living in, but that's all.

When we do become the minority what will you say?   Something like, "I wish I'd taken action when there was still time."

Maybe you'll say, "I should have MADE the time."

Most people have 20/20 hindsight..  Anyone can look back and say, "I coulda shoulda woulda."

When it comes to foresight, the average person needs a dog and a cane.

Dan 88! 

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

A Few Words...

Comrades, I hope everyone had a great Christmas.  I know I did.  In fact, it was one of the best Christmases ever.  And even better - the world didn't end last Friday.  Or did it, and someone forgot to tell me?  As bad as things are in this country, who could blame me for not being sure? lol

Anyway, for my first post after Christmas, I'd like to say a few words about a certain ANP comrade.  Naturally, as per ANP regulations I can't mention his name.  I don't want to even use his first name because it is unusual.  His initials are CD and he is from New York.

If all our supporters were like him, we'd probably have won by now.  Comrade CD is out there every week handing out literature and talking to people.  He donates more than most, and does not hesitate to help party comrades in need.  

I'm talking about the one who donated the DVD duplicator and the master discs to the ANP, and several other things such as an Android and a laptop to those in need.  I'm sure they are very much appreciated.

I really hope he'll be attending our conference this summer as I'd like to meet him in person.  BTW, no exact date has been set for the conference as of yet.

If everybody would do just half as much as Comrade CD, then we'd really be getting somewhere.  Keep up the great work and thank you for your generosity.

To the rest of you, don't think that Comrade CD's generosity has us on easy street.  Not by a long shot.  We need everyone to contribute what they can.  For those who have more money but don't like getting out there doing activism, then give a bit more.  For those whose finances are strained, give less, but work a little more so  it all evens out at least.  Besides, it's not right to let a few people do all the work and/or financially carry any organization while others reap the benefits and do little or nothing.  Sounds a bit like Judeo-Capitalism doesn't it?

Now that Christmas is over, let's not forget your responsibilities to the ANP.  After all, we're working for YOUR benefit.

BTW, the replacement duplicator is on its way.  Hopefully this week unless FedUp screws it up again - and I wouldn't put it past them.  Very few people take pride in their work.

Like Homer Simpson said, "Lisa, in America you don't strike.  You just come in to work everyday and do your job really half-assed."

Unfortunately it's the new American way.

Dan 88!

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Merry Christmas!


Dan 88!

Sunday, December 23, 2012

T'was The Night Before Christmas - Married: With Children Style!


T'was The Night Before Christmas, as told by Al Bundy...Don't let the kids read this!

T'was the night before Christmas and all through the house,
No food was a stirring, not even a mouse.

The stockings were hung round Dad's neck like a tie,
Along with a note that said, "Presents or die!"

This year Dad had money in the bank.
But the bank closed up early.  Now Dad's in the tank.

All of a sudden Santa appeared,
With a sneer on his face and booze in his beard.

"Santa," I said, as he laughed merrily.
"You do so much for others, do something for me."

"Bundy," he said, "You only sell shoes.
Your son is a sneak thief, your daughter's a flooze."

"Ho-Ho!" Santa said.  "Shall I mention your wife?
Her hair's like an A-Bomb, her nail's like a knife!"

As he turned toward the chimney, that fat piece of dung,
He mooned me two times, and stuck out his tongue.

And I heard him exclaim as he broke wind with glee,
"You're Married:  With Children.  You'll never be free!"

Well, that's hardly in the Christmas spirit, but what the heck.  It's all in fun.  MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL, AND TO ALL A GOOD NIGHT!

Dan  88!

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Good News

Well I have been celebrating my birthday for most of the day.  Friends and family.  Two of life's best things.

I have also been informed that the mess with FedEx regarding the DVD duplicator has been resolved and it's on it's way.  I should have it either the day before Christmas or the day after.  Wanna bet it's the day after?  Anyway, I should be able to get started making DVD's before the New Year.

Also, my donations button is working.  I'm already starting to receive donations after just two days.  Good work comrades!  Keep 'em coming.

This is a joke I heard from a Roman Catholic priest (Irish, from Ireland) during his sermon during Midnight Mass a few years ago. I think he had a lot of balls telling this one!

Dan  88!

The first day after Christmas vacation, a first grade teacher was asking her students what they had done for Christmas. One Catholic little boy said they went to Midnight Mass, then came home and waited for Santa to bring him his toys.

One Episcopalian little girl said they went out Caroling, then came home and waited for Santa to bring her her toys.

After getting similar stories from several children, the teacher suddenly remembered she had one Jewish child in class. Not wanting her to feel left out, she asked her what she did for the holidays. The child told her that she and her family went to one place and sang one Christmas Carol.

Puzzled, the teacher asked, "Where did you go and what did you sing?"

The child replied, "We all went down to my father's department store and we all sang, 'What A Friend We Have In Jesus'"!

Friday, December 21, 2012

The End Of The World

Well, the world is still here (such as it is).  I can't believe  that so many people were actually buying into that. Some people will believe anything - like our government actually cares about its people, for example.  Now that's an even bigger joke than the end of the world.  

Anyway, today is my birthday and I've got a lot to take care of on Friday before I start celebrating with my friends and family - including doing a few things the evening before when I write these posts so I'm cutting this one short.

One last thing.  I just found out today that those incompetents at FedEx have LOST the DVD duplicator machine I was supposed to get.  Either it was misdirected to the wrong FedEx facility or it got stolen by an employee.  They said they would investigate it.  If they find it, they'll send it back up to their facility right here in Rialto.  If it's been stolen, it will be replaced as it was insured.  I don't know how long they'll take to get this all straightened out, but I'm sure it won't take more than a week. In an earlier post I said it was UPS.  I was mistaken.  It was FedEx.   I'll let everyone know when it does come and when the DVD's will be ready for sale - I mean for donation.

Dan 88!

Thursday, December 20, 2012

New Feature

Comrades, if you look more or less directly to your right, you'll see right under the ad for the Nazi Store a button that says "Donate".  Part of the problem with donating is that often these days people can't afford very much.  They may be able to afford one dollar - and every bit helps - but who wants to go to the trouble of buying a money order, addressing an envelope, and buying a stamp just to send in one single dollar?  It reality, it's a pain-in-the-ass for you and all for just a buck.  I've just made it easy and simple to give as little or as much as you want with no additional expense such as going out and spending more to buy a money order and a stamp.  And if you're out of envelopes that's a little more  you have to spend.  Now you can donate as little as a buck with the click of a button.  

With this new feature you can donate to the cause using debit or credit card, or your PayPal account.  If you don't have one I suggest you get one.  Not just so you can use it to donate to the ANP, but it's safer than using your credit or debit card because you don't have to give your numbers out every time you buy something online.  You just give it out once to PayPal, and you never have to do it again.  Getting an account is free, and there are no monthly or transaction fees.  Go to www.paypal.com to get started.

We appreciate any help you can give.  Thank you. 

Dan 88!

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

California's Berkeley to give college scholarships to illegal immigrants

By Mary Slosson | Reuters – Tue, Dec 11, 2012

<p>U.C. Berkeley has set up a scholarship fund for undocumented students -- the largest of its kind at any university in the U.S.</p>


SACRAMENTO, California (Reuters) - The University of California's Berkeley campus announced on Tuesday that a private foundation has given $1 million to fund scholarships for illegal immigrants.

The scholarships will go to nearly 200 students who are not eligible for federal grants, government-backed loans or work-study positions, the school said.

The Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund, a private family foundation, provided the scholarship grant. It is the largest scholarship for undocumented immigrants ever given to a U.S. university, the foundation said.

"These motivated, hardworking and inspiring students are an asset to our state and our country," the fund's president, Ira Hirschfield, said in a statement. "Now that it's legal to do so in California, we encourage other foundations and private donors to consider providing funding to help undocumented students achieve their potential."

Higher education has become a battleground in the nation's immigration wars that have seen the Obama administration grant leniency to young people brought into the country illegally as children even as a number of states have sought to crack down on illegal immigrants within their borders.

Last year, California signed into a law a bill dubbed the California Dream Act that allows illegal immigrants to receive privately funded scholarships to attend the state's public colleges and universities after attending at least three years of high school in the state.

The California law is named after national legislation in Congress to give young, undocumented immigrants who have lived in the United States for at least five years a pathway to citizenship through college or military service.

The federal bill failed to win passage in December 2010, and its chances have dimmed since a Republican majority took control of the House of Representatives.

Critics say the California Dream Act gives illegal immigrants a false promise because their status will not change after graduating from college and they will remain unable to find legal employment.

But that reality may well be shifting. President Barack Obama will push for comprehensive immigration reform during his second presidential term, his spokesman said in November.

And the Obama administration already relaxed deportation rules earlier this year by allowing for some illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children to be given temporary legal status.

(Reporting by Mary Slosson; Editing by Paul Thomasch and Lisa Shumaker)

Comment:

That figures.  UC Berkeley I mean.  That's the birthplace of modern American liberalism.  It was a political hotbed in the 1960's and  they're trying to relive those days it seems.

And did you notice the name of the president of this fund for illegal aliens?  Ira Hirschfield.  Just how Jewish is this guy if you get my drift?   He's probably loving every moment of this.  Another nail in the coffin of the White race.

Well I have news for him.  Right always has a way of coming out on top in the end.  He and those like him will all get what they deserve in the end because we are here and we're not going away.  

Comrades, this is yet another reason why you should $upport the ANP.  Somebody donated all that money.  Just imagine what the ANP could do with a million dollars.  My first thought is to set up an election fund for those who want to run for low level attainable offices to help with filing fees and campaign money.

BTW, we already have a candidate for the next November elections.  The more the better.  The filing deadlines are usually in the summer, but that time will come fast.  Don't wait too long to contact me.  The ANP needs YOU!

Dan 88!

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Soon...

Well the DVD duplicator should be here today or tomorrow.  Thursday at the latest.  I've reviewed all the masters and they're okay.  I also remembered I already have one of my own.  I'm not 100% sure it will copy but I hope it does because it's a good one.  It's called "Fatherland".

For those of you who are not familiar with it, in a sort of alternate reality, Germany won WW II.  They never invaded the United States, but we did fight Japan and won, but left Germany alone.

It's 1963.  Hitler is still alive and still the Fuhrer.  The Third Reich encompasses all of Europe except Russia. Germany and Russia have occasional border skirmishes, but nothing major.  It's a lot like N. and S. Korea.
Joe Kennedy Sr. is president of the United States - not John.

Rutger Hauer plays an SS officer who is investigating several murders.  All the victims were long time party members, and all attended the Wannsee Conference.  The Gestapo has told Hauer to back off, but of course he doesn't.  

If anyone doesn't know what the Wannsee Conference was then shame on you.  You need to study more.

However, this disc has two movies.  The other is about the Wannsee Conference, so if you don't know anything about it, I suggest you watch that one first.  

DVD's with two movies on them or special features will NOT cost extra.  Think of it as a two-for-one-sale.  Er, I mean donation.  $10.00 including postage.

Dan 88!

Monday, December 17, 2012

Texas Professor Sparks Controversy


University of Texas Law Professor Lino Graglia made waves in 2007 when he told a student group that blacks and Mexican Americans have a culture that doesn't 'encourage achievement.' Talking to the BBC last week, he said African American kids aren't performing up to the same standards that white kids are in school. His reasoning?

“It is the case that the single parent household is approaching 75% in the black population, Graglia told host Gary Younge.

Graglia then speculated as to why he thinks African Americans don't do as well in school as whites.

“I can hardly imagine a less beneficial or more deleterious experience than to be raised by a single parent, usually female, uneducated and without a lot of money,” Graglia said.

Graglia he says there are facts that back him up.

“Very few blacks got into the University of Texas because they don’t meet the qualifications,” Graglia stated.
Graglia also explained the proof is in the test scores.

“When we get to college admission, the average black performance on the S-A-T is two-hundred points lower than the average or median white,” Graglia explained.

The University of Texas is presently in the middle of a Supreme Court legal battle involving a student who claims she was made to go to a second-rate college as a result of the school’s affirmative action program.

The woman, Abigail Fisher, graduated from high school in the top 11 percent of her class four years ago but was rejected, she says, from UT Austin based upon the color of her skin.  So Fisher says she was forced to settle on Louisiana State University, with job offers from companies that were not as prominent as the ones she would have received if she gone to the more prestigious university.

The University officials argue that they only accept students in the top 10 percent of each Texas high school’s graduating class, regardless of race.



Comment:

Graglia left out two other factors.  It has been established, although not widely publicized that Blacks score on an average of ten points lower on IQ tests.  I should also point out that the new IQ tests are no longer culturally biased.  For example, here's a typical question on an IQ test.  See if you can get it right.

The question shows pictures of a square, a rectangle, a circle, and a triangle.  Then you are asked, "Which shape does not belong with the others."  I'll give you the answer at the end of this commentary.

Lower intelligence most definitely plays a part in test scores.

Also, when I was teaching I heard this a lot from Black students, "I ain't gonna read dat.  Dat's racist."

Many Black kids consider anything that does not directly relate to Blacks to be racist.  According to their line of thinking, Shakespeare is racist because there is only one Black character (Othello) and he kills his White wife.

They don't want to read about the pilgrims because there were no Black pilgrims, and so forth.

However, if White students say they don't want to read about George Washington Carver for the same reason, the Black kids call the White kids racist.

I should point out in this case both Black and White kids are full of BS.  They don't care about racism in the curriculum.  They're just using any excuse to try and get out of doing their school work.  And as well all know, Blacks use the race card to avoid things they don't want to be bothered with.

If Black kids would knock off the "Dat racist" crap, maybe they would score a little higher.  I'm sure their scores would still be lower on the average than White kids, but they would do a little better and a few more would make it to college.

It's high time that Black students take responsibility for their own actions and stop blaming us for all their problems.

Answer to the IQ question:  The circle does not belong because all the other shapes have two things in common with each other, but not the circle.  The circle is round, while  the other shapes have straight lines and corners.

Dan 88!

Sunday, December 16, 2012

New DVD's

Yesterday I received the first master copies of the DVD's that will soon be available for $5.00 plus postage and handling.  I don't as yet know how much that will be yet.  Some time next week I'll take a DVD over to the post office with the type of package that it will be sent out in and have them give me the price.  I can't imagine it being more than four or five bucks.

BTW, Chairman Suhayda has advised me that I not "sell" them.  Instead for a "donation" you can get them.  That way we avoid all that pesky sales tax.  That wouldn't be a problem outside of California, but new sales tax laws are going into effect here in the Fool's Golden State next year that would require me to charge California residents with sales tax.  By saying "donation" rather that "sale", the new tax laws won't apply to us.  How ironic.  That sort of thing is a Judeo-Capitalist trick, and since the ANP is against them, we are using one of their tricks against them!  I love it.  What's good for the goose is good for the gander.

I've already reviewed the first two DVD's I've been sent.  They are "The Eternal Jew", and "TV Under The Swastika".  Did you know NS Germany had TV 15 years before the United States?  They sure did.  It was pretty primitive, and the equipment was so crude and bulky that all you younger comrades would laugh at it.  Not me though.  I'm old enough to remember when black and white TV's were standard in the home.

When I was still in New Hampshire, we had a 19 inch B & W.  The body was bigger than most modern big screen TV's today because there were no micro chips.  It was all vacuum tubes.  When you switched it on you had to wait about 8 hours for it to warm up.  Well, it seemed that long when you're a seven-year-old kid.  Then the sound came in.  Then a white dot in the middle of the screen appeared.  It slowly got bigger and bigger, then the picture came in - finally.  It also had about a dozen nobs on it which only two worked:  Off/On/Volume and the station selector.  I guess the other ten were in case you broke one you didn't have to go out and buy a new one.  Shall I talk about having to fiddle with the rabbit ears?  Forget it.

Anyway, the duplicator machine will be arriving during the week.  Then I can make some copies and put them up on the site.  I'll probably be ready to start selling right after Christmas.  You'll also get them more quickly than the other items because I'm my own supplier and I'll be mailing them out directly.  You place an order, it will be in the mail the very next day (not counting Sundays and legal holidays of course).

In case anyone was wondering, I can only vouch for The Eternal Jew and TV Under The Swastika, but they both have an English Narration and when there is text on  the screen, an English translation is at the bottom.

So save your money and place some orders.  This is a win-win situation.  You can $upport the ANP, AND get something back for your donation other than the satisfaction of helping your race.

Dan 88!

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Sandy Hook

Comrades, I'm sure everyone has heard of the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.  How could you not?  It's been on almost every channel virtually non-stop all day.

Aside from the tragedy itself, what gets me is the insensitivity of the media.  The story was replayed again and again and again all day long on every channel..  Even as I write this, they are still at it.  They couldn't give a hoot about the families of the victims.  All they care about is winning an Emmy for best coverage and increasing their ratings.  Every time they rerun the story, if a family member of one of the victims sees it, it just makes their grief all the worse.  It's appalling.

Also, we're already hearing screams from "outraged" citizens groups calling for more bans on guns.  They're also showing an incredible amount of insensitivity.  They are using this as a tool to promote their political agenda.  I'm never surprised at people's insensitivity anymore.

I really don't want to rehash an old argument, but let me ask what good will it do to ban weapons?  If I wanted to, I could have a box of live grenades or an RPG in my possession in 48 hours - 24 if I was willing to drive up to the guy's house (50 miles away) and pick them up myself.  The Black Market is still open for business and you can buy anything you want if you know the right people and have enough money. 

I'm also glad this piece of filth was killed.  If he had survived, he would have gotten a trial that lasted two years at least, and then he would either be sent to a mental institution or spend the next twenty years on death row,  BTW, as I write this, I'm uncertain whether Connecticut even has the DP.  But if they do, I'm sure he would have spent at least 15 - 20 years on death row before justice was done.  And the families would be suffering and receive no closure all that time.

Finally, one network - I think it was ABC or FOX went out of their way to mention that all serial killer and mass murderers in the last 30 years were mostly White.  I  think they said only three were non-White.  One Mestizo, one Black, and one Asian (at least it's racially balanced).  I wonder if they would have brought the subject up if the majority of them were not White?  I bet they wouldn't

Comrades this would never happen in a National Socialist state.  NS knows how to care for and protect its people.  This system couldn't care less.  The report I saw said that most mass killer give warning signs before they act.  An NS state would make sure  these people who do exhibit these warning signs do not hurt anyone, and get the help they need BEFORE they kill, rather after.  Then again, that's only because National Socialism cares about its people - all its people, not just the wealthy.

Dan 88!

Friday, December 14, 2012

The Typical Modern Politician


Below are the first four paragraphs of Mein Kampf, Chapter III, Volume I.  Pay extra attention to the fourth paragraph as it is the most important to my message today.

Dan 88!

Generally speaking a man should not publicly take part in politics before he has reached the age of thirty, though, of course, exceptions must be made in the case of those who are naturally gifted with extraordinary political abilities. That at least is my opinion to-day. And the reason for it is that until he reaches his thirtieth year or thereabouts a man's mental development will mostly consist in acquiring and sifting such knowledge as is necessary for the groundwork of a general platform from which he can examine the different political problems that arise from day to day and be able to adopt a definite attitude towards each. A man must first acquire a fund of general ideas and fit them together so as to form an organic structure of personal thought or outlook on life--a WELTANSCHAUUNG. Then he will have that mental equipment without which he cannot form his own judgments on particular questions of the day, and he will have acquired those qualities that are necessary for consistency and steadfastness in the formation of political opinions. Such a man is now qualified, at least subjectively, to take his part in the political conduct of public affairs.

If these pre-requisite conditions are not fulfilled, and if a man should enter political life without this equipment, he will run a twofold risk. In the first place, he may find during the course of events that the stand which he originally took in regard to some essential question was wrong. He will now have to abandon his former position or else stick to it against his better knowledge and riper wisdom and after his reason and convictions have already proved it untenable. If he adopt the former line of action he will find himself in a difficult personal situation; because in giving up a position hitherto maintained he will appear inconsistent and will have no right to expect his followers to remain as loyal to his leadership as they were before. And, as regards the followers themselves, they may easily look upon their leader's change of policy as showing a lack of judgment inherent in his character. Moreover, the change must cause in them a certain feeling of discomfiture VIS-À-VIS those whom the leader formerly opposed.

If he adopts the second alternative--which so very frequently happens to-day--then public pronouncements of the leader have no longer his personal persuasion to support them. And the more that is the case the defence of his cause will be all the more hollow and superficial. He now descends to the adoption of vulgar means in his defence. While he himself no longer dreams seriously of standing by his political protestations to the last--for no man will die in defence of something in which he does not believe--he makes increasing demands on his followers. Indeed, the greater be the measure of his own insincerity, the more unfortunate and inconsiderate become his claims on his party adherents. Finally, he throws aside the last vestiges of true leadership and begins to play politics. This means that he becomes one of those whose only consistency is their inconsistency, associated with overbearing insolence and oftentimes an artful mendacity developed to a shamelessly high degree. 

Should such a person, to the misfortune of all decent people, succeed in becoming a parliamentary deputy it will be clear from the outset that for him the essence of political activity consists in a heroic struggle to keep permanent hold on this milk-bottle as a source of livelihood for himself and his family. The more his wife and children are dependent on him, the more stubbornly will he fight to maintain for himself the representation of his parliamentary constituency. For that reason any other person who gives evidence of political capacity is his personal enemy. In every new movement he will apprehend the possible beginning of his own downfall. And everyone who is a better man than himself will appear to him in the light of a menace. 

Comment:

What the Fuhrer was talking about holds true today as well.  I have no idea if the story I'm going to tell you is true or not.  It may be a "political urban legend".  But it is well within the realm of possibility.

Please bear in mind that first year congressmen and senators are not supposed to introduce any of their own bills.  It's not the law or even a congressional rule.  It's merely tradition - a tradition senior congressmen and senators don't like to see broken.  If you are a freshman representative all you are suppose to do is listen to the senior representatives speak, vote on bills, and serve on a committee IF you are asked.  You do NOTHING on your own or you get on people's sh*t list.

There once was a freshman congressman from Any State, USA.  Even though it went against congressional tradition, he wrote and introduced a bill to congress.  He made a brief speech before the appropriate committee, and then they voted.  The bill, which was an environmental friendly bill died in committee.

After congress adjourned for the day he was standing on the steps of Capitol Hill.  The head of the committee who had been a congressman for 30 years went over to the young man and said in a loud voice, "Son, you made a right pretty speech in there.  I gotta admire your gumption."

Then he pulled the young representative off to the side and said to him a quiet but angry voice, "Listen to me peckerwood.  If you ever do anything again to try and take money out of my pockets I'll slap you down so hard and fast you won't know what hit you!"

The senior congressman was precisely the type of politician to which the Fuhrer was referring.  It's people like that that make the system corrupt and unworkable, which is why it must be brought down.

National Socialism is the ONLY way.  If we keep going in the same direction, then we can expect only poverty, debt, and misery for the future.  

Hope?  Change?  Isn't that what Obama promised?  Where is it?  I don't see it, do you?  No, because it's all a lie for the gullible masses.

Don't be a lemming running blindly towards the precipice.  Stand with us.  Join us. $upport us and make a future for our people.  Hail victory!

Dan 88!

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Nobel Peace Prize: The old demons stalking the EU


As the great and the good gathered in Oslo to witness the award of the Nobel Peace Prize to the 
European Union, there was plenty of rhetoric about healing divisions, about old enemies becoming partners.
The achievements are real, but amid the celebration there was also a warning.
"When prosperity and employment, the bedrock of our societies, appear threatened," said European
Council President Herman Van Rompuy, "it is natural to see a hardening of hearts, the narrowing of interests, even the return of long-forgotten fault lines and stereotypes."
With Europe embroiled in its worst economic crisis since the 1930s, are politicians really alert to the nature of that threat?
As with many developments in the eurozone crisis, Greece has become a testing ground for the rise of the extreme right.
Graffiti in big bold red letters is scrawled across the entrance to Athens University. Capitalism is killing you, it says, but fascism won't save you.
Politics has become dangerously polarised.
Golden Dawn - with 18 seats in parliament and its popularity growing - denies that it is a fascist party but its supporters wear black shirts and use neo-Nazi symbols.
They are nationalistic, xenophobic and aggressive.
In the past few weeks, they have smashed up immigrant market stalls, shut down a theatre production they did not like and applauded the flag of the former military dictatorship.
And it gets worse.
'You are next'
"Recently it has come to the point that we see victims of racial attacks almost every day," said Christina Psarra, at the Athens headquarters of the medical charity Medecins Du Monde.
Some of the victims report attacks by men dressed in black. One man from Sudan showed off gouges in his back he said were slashed by men in black with Greek flags.
"This will not only affect migrants in the future," Ms Psarra predicted. "In an area close to Athens with many gay-friendly bars, they have distributed black leaflets saying 'You are next'."
Even Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has compared the situation in Greece with the last days of the Weimar Republic in Germany - a country that had debts it could never repay and turned to Adolf Hitler.
It is a pattern that Europe has seen before: demagogues offering simple solutions to complex problems. Golden Dawn is arguably the most extreme right party to win parliamentary seats in the EU since the founding of the union.
But it is not just in Greece that support for the extreme right is gathering pace. Violent anti-immigrant rhetoric is on the rise in several countries.
Chilling echo
Jobbik, for example, is the third largest political party in Hungary. It has made its name with outspoken attacks on the Roma minority.
And a few days ago one of its MPs caused outrage with a speech in parliament. A list of names should be compiled, he declared, of Jews who pose a threat to national security.
"I don't think there will be a new Hitler, for the simple reason that Europe has already had one, and remembers very well what it led to”
It was another chilling echo of the past and it has led many critics to argue that the EU and its member-states must do more to fight against extremism.
"The developments we have are so frightening," argued Hannes Swoboda, the leader of the socialist group in the European parliament.
"The European Union, which was founded to overcome the consequences of racism, has to react but it does not really react."
So what do those who study the past make of the comparison with the 1930s?
"In Samaras's case the message is: 'give us the money otherwise there will be a new Hitler'," said the historian Mark Mazower.
"I don't think there will be a new Hitler, for the simple reason that Europe has already had one, and remembers very well what it led to."
But there is a problem - democracy ultimately depends on the legitimacy of the political class and, in extreme circumstances, that legitimacy can disappear very quickly.
Splintering
"That happened in Weimar Germany," Prof Mazower noted, "and the eurozone crisis for entirely different reasons is leading to a haemorrhaging of political legitimacy."
The euro crisis has encouraged Catalonia to seek independence from Spain and that does not just mean the rise of the far right.
In Spain, for example, a country with experience of dictatorship, and in neighbouring Portugal, the extreme right has made no electoral impact at all as the crisis has developed.
Instead protest against the status quo in Spain has taken the form of a dramatic reassertion of the demand for Catalan independence.
"You see in different ways a hard-won post-war social compact disintegrating," Prof Mazower said.
"In Spain it is the revival of regional patriotism, the feeling that the centre doesn't give, it just takes."
But in Greece and Hungary it has led to "the revival of parties who would have been entirely out of the political mainstream 20 or even 10 years ago."
Lessons learnt
It is, of course, possible that these are just passing protest votes, but there can be no certainty about that.
Extreme economic hardship has consequences which can be hard to predict.
But the Greek government insists that, in Athens at least, there will be no complacency.
"We are not going to suffer the fate of the Weimar democracy," insisted the government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou.
"We won't let history repeat itself. We are determined to do what is necessary to safeguard the unity of our society."
But the human rights group Amnesty International remains concerned.
It warns that growing numbers of political leaders are promoting a variety of anti-minority messages, and enjoying increasing popularity.
"EU leaders mustn't bask in the glow of the [Nobel Peace] Prize," said Nicolas Beger, director of Amnesty's European Institutions office in Brussels.
"Xenophobia and intolerance are on the rise throughout Europe."
Of course historical parallels are never exact but we can always learn something from the past.
And this eurozone crisis is not just a financial one - in many countries it has become an acute social and political crisis too.
If some of the potential outcomes are dangerous, we cannot say we have not been warned.
Across the continent "mainstream parties are very committed to freedom, democracy and European values", the President of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, pointed out in a BBC interview.
"[But] I think we have to be vigilant. The old demons are still there."
Comment:
If only American National Socialists were as dedicated and organized as our European comrades.  
But this goes to show you that we CAN make a difference.  But it takes dedication, organization, and hard work.  
Do you think the people in the first think watching a soccer game is more important than attending a political event?  You better believe they wouldn't.
Are any of those people dressed like WW II recreationists and Kostumed Klan Klowns?  No way.
Do you think that if ARA or ANTIFA creeps attacked them that they wouldn't fight back, and not cower in cages surrounded by police?  You better believe they'd fight back and damned effectively too.  I didn't see one fat  beer guzzling couch potato among them.
The ANP is organized.  We have a small hard working dedicated core of people who do most of just about everything.  Yes we do have a large number of Official Supporters, but most of them only send in their monthly pledges - which is important so don't get me wrong.  But if we had more of the hard working dedicated people, we could be just as effective.  And there is no good reason we can't.  The sympathizers are out there, they just haven't the motivation to act - yet.
The European leaders are worried about the rise of National Socialism in Europe.  Why aren't our leaders concerned?  Because they know we aren't NEARLY as effective as our European comrades.
Then again, the United States isn't nearly as bad off as Europe.  Their unemployment rate is double that of ours.  The same with their inflation rate.  But we will catch up, have no doubt of that.
The Federal Reserve Bank has just announced they will begin QE: IV in January.  To review what that is, it means Quantitative Easing, fourth version.  Simply put, it means they'll print up enough money and bonds as they want in the hopes of stimulating  the stock market.  If it works, then fine.  If it doesn't, it means massive inflation a few months later.  
The problem is the Fed just began QE: III just three months ago.  I don't see an improvement in the economy.  Do you?  If QE: IV fails - and there is no good reason to expect that it won't - expect massive inflation by next summer.
I'll be going into this example of stupidity tomorrow.
Dan 88!