Tuesday, April 30, 2013

You'll Love This

These are on sale now at The Nazi Store.  Does anyone have any suggestions to make them better?  What I'm trying for is to make a statement without being overly "in-your-face" about it.

Dan 88!

Monday, April 29, 2013

Germany sees a revival of interest in Nazi legacy

An exhibition chronicling the Nazi party's rise to power draws tens of thousands of visitors. Millions of TV viewers tune in to watch a drama about the Third Reich. A satirical novel in which Hitler pops up in modern Berlin becomes an overnight bestseller.

German interest in the darkest chapter of their history seems stronger than it has ever been as the country marks several key anniversaries this year linked to the Nazi era.

On TV talk shows, in newspapers and online, people endlessly debate the Nazi era - from what their own grandparents did and saw, to how the regime's legacy constrains German peacekeepers on overseas missions today, or why unemployed Greek and Spanish protesters lampoon Chancellor Angela Merkel as a new Hitler.

Next month, Germans will also be painfully reminded that the Nazis can still pose a threat today, when a young woman allegedly inspired by Hitler's ideology goes on trial over a spate of racist murders committed since 2000.

"The interest (in the Nazis) is especially visible just now because of the anniversaries," said historian Arnd Bauerkaemper.

January marked 80 years since Hitler became chancellor, May will see the 80th anniversary of the Nazis' symbolic burning of books they considered "un-German" and November the 75th anniversary of the 'Kristallnacht' pogrom against German Jews.

Adding urgency to the commemorations is the realisation that the war generation is dying off and young people interested in what happened often have to seek information from other sources.

"Like the undead the demons keep coming back to life from the darkness of abstract history," said the Spiegel weekly in one of its numerous recent articles on the Nazi era.

"It's never over," was the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung's headline on an interview with Nico Hofmann, producer of a three-part TV drama about five young Germans in 1941-45, "Unsere Muetter, unsere Vaeter" (Our Mothers, Our Fathers). The film drew more than seven million viewers when it aired in March.

Getting personal

Hofmann said he produced the series partly for his own father, who volunteered to join Hitler's army aged 18.

The focus on individual stories is typical of the current interest in the 1930s and 1940s, said Bauerkaemper.

"This personalised drama really struck a chord, especially among young people who asked themselves how they would have coped if they had been alive at that terrible time," he said.

The TV series does not shy away from depicting the cruelty of the war or German guilt - prompting Bild to ask, "Were German soldiers really so brutal?" It also drew criticism from Russia and Poland, showing how sensitivity lingers seven decades on.

The Polish ambassador complained it showed Polish resistance fighters as anti-Semites. About a fifth of Poland's population, including most of its Jews, perished under Nazi occupation.

With his novel "Er ist wieder da" (He is Back), Timur Vermes taps into the perennial fascination with the personality of Adolf Hitler. It has sold more than 400,000 copies, is being translated into other languages and is being made into a movie.

The striking cover compresses the title into the shape of Hitler's trademark square moustache and the book sells for 19.33 euros ($25.14), a cheeky reference to the year the Nazis came to power.

In the novel, Hitler wakes up in 2011 to become a celebrity on German-Turkish TV and launch a new political career campaigning against speeding and dog muck on the pavements.

"I want to show that Hitler would have a chance to succeed today just as he did back then but in another way," Vermes said, lambasting what he called German complacency about the Nazis.

"Diversity destroyed"

All year Berlin is staging exhibitions, plays, films, readings and other events under the rubric 'Diversity Destroyed' to commemorate the rich artistic and intellectual life of Weimar Germany destroyed by Hitler, and to provide glimpses into the life of ordinary people.

An exhibition in the German Historical Museum uses posters, newsreel, jazz, eyewitness accounts and artefacts from Nazi SS boots and pistols to ration cards to recreate the drama, horror and hopes of the time. Curator Simone Erpel said over 40,000 people visited the exhibition in its first three months.

"This strong interest in the Nazis is not new, of course, but what is relatively new is the level of official backing for such exhibitions," she said.

"It has become part of our common political culture to face the Nazi past. It is now very politically correct to remember the various victims, the Jews, the Roma, homosexuals, physically and mentally handicapped people and others," Erpel said.

Information stands in the city recount episodes from the era and the stories of opponents of the regime like Albert Einstein, Marlene Dietrich and writers Thomas Mann and Bertold Brecht.

"The diversity of cosmopolitan Berlin in the 1920s and 1930s was destroyed by the National Socialists in a short period of time," said Berlin's openly gay mayor Klaus Wowereit.

"That we can claim today to have regained such a degree of diversity is not a foregone conclusion. It is an achievement on the part of our city that we must actively seek to preserve."


As I've been saying comrades, our time is coming again.  Full circle.  I firmly believe that if we keep the faith, so to speak, keep going, and never give up, we will achieve victory in the end.  And if we don't, our children will.  But if we give up now, we may not have any children or grandchildren because we will have gone the way of the dinosaurs.

Dan 88!

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Let's Lighten Up For Sunday

This morning I lucked out and was able to buy several cases of ammo. 

On the way home I stopped at the gas station where a drop-dead 
gorgeous blonde was filling up her car at the next pump.

She looked at the ammo in the back of my car and said in a very sexy 
voice, "I'm a big believer in barter, big boy". "Would you be 
interested in trading sex for ammo?"

I thought a few seconds and asked, "What kinda ammo ya got?"

Dan 88!

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Federal Judge Says Obama Administration Likely Violating Law by not Deporting Illegal Aliens

Wednesday, April 24, 2013, 4:56 PM EDT

A Texas federal judge has ruled that the Obama Administration is most likely violating the law by ordering Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to release illegal aliens that the administration has deemed as low-priority. Judge Reed O'Conner wrote in a court order on Tuesday that Congress sets the priorities for arresting illegal aliens not the Administration.
"The court finds that DHS does not have discretion to refuse to initiate removal proceedings," Judge O'Connor wrote.
According to a story in The Washington Times:
"For the last several years the administration has said it will no longer arrest most illegal immigrants, arguing it wants to focus only on those with serious criminal records or gang ties. The Homeland Security department said it was using “prosecutorial discretion.”
Immigration agents and officers sued, saying federal law requires them to make the arrests, but the Obama administration would discipline them if they complied with the law.
Federal Judge Reed O'Connor said in a court order Tuesday that Congress, not the president, sets priority for arresting illegal immigrants, and said the law requires them to be put in deportation proceedings.
“The court finds that DHS does not have discretion to refuse to initiate removal proceedings,” Judge O'Connor wrote.
He said if Homeland Security officials want to set priorities for who they deport, they can do that later — but they cannot control who agents arrest.
The order is not a final ruling. Judge O'Connor said he still needs more information from both the administration and the immigration agents about whether the agents had another avenue to protest the policy rather than to go to court.
He asked both sides to submit more information by May 6.
Still, Tuesday’s order makes clear that the judge rejects the central part of Mr. Obama’s claim that he can use discretion to decide not to arrest some illegal immigrants.
The case was brought by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Council, the labor union that represents ICE agents and officers.
On Tuesday, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano defended her policy, saying it “installed real priorities for the first time.”
Ms. Napolitano says Congress gives her agency enough funding to deport about 400,000 people a year — a small fraction of the estimated 11 million in the country. Given that, she said it makes sense for her agents to focus on the most serious offenders, rather than rank-and-file illegal immigrants holding jobs or attending school.


Oh boy, here we go again.  Another White Knight to turn the valve and relieve some pressure.  Could I be wrong?  I doubt it.  But for the moment, all we can do is see how this case is played out.  My guess is we won't hear any more about it.

But let's say just for fun that Judge O'Connor is sincere.  He is just one person.  I don't think he can do much unless he has a lot of government backing.  And since the government is bound and determined to kiss as much Mestizo ass as it can, he'll have very little backing.

It's like the Lone Wolf concept.  If O'Connor is sincere, he's a Lone Wolf.  In reality, a lone wolf is no match for a bear, but a wolf pack can easily bring one down.  That's a lesson for all of us.  If you're out there on your own you're just wasting your time.  In unity there is strength.  The ANP is the wolf pack.  The system is the bear.  Join us today and help us bring down the bear.

Dan 88!

Friday, April 26, 2013

Ancient Europeans Mysteriously Vanished 4,500 Years Ago

By Tia Ghose, LiveScience Staff Writer LiveScience.com

The genetic lineage of Europe mysteriously transformed about 4,500 years ago, new research suggests.
The findings, detailed today (April 23) in the journal Nature Communications, were drawn from several skeletons unearthed incentral Europe that were up to 7,500 years old.
DNA taken from ancient European skeletons reveals that the genetic makeup of Europe mysteriously transformed about 4,500 years ago, new research suggests. Here, a skeleton, not used in the study, but from the same time period, that was excavate
"What is intriguing is that the genetic markers of this first pan-European culture, which was clearly very successful, were then suddenly replaced around 4,500 years ago, and we don't know why," said study co-author Alan Cooper, of the University of Adelaide Australian Center for Ancient DNA, in a statement. "Something major happened, and the hunt is now on to find out what that was."

The new study also confirms that people sweeping out from Turkey colonized Europe, likely as a part of the agricultural revolution, reaching Germany about 7,500 years ago.
For decades, researchers have wondered whether people, or just ideas, spread from the Middle East during the agricultural revolution that occurred after the Mesolithic period.
To find out, Cooper and his colleagues analyzed mitochondrial DNA, which resides in the cells' energy-making structures and is passed on through the maternal line, from 37 skeletal remains fromGermany and two from Italy; the skeletons belonged to humans who lived in several different cultures that flourished between 7,500 and 2,500 years ago. The team looked a DNA specifically from a certain genetic group, called haplogroup h, which is found widely throughout Europe but is less common in East and Central Asia.
The researchers found that the earliest farmers in Germany were closely related to Near Eastern and Anatolian people, suggesting that the agricultural revolution did indeed bring migrations of people into Europe who replaced early hunter-gatherers.
But that initial influx isn't a major part of Europe's genetic heritage today.
Instead, about 5,000 to 4,000 years ago, the genetic profile changes radically, suggesting that some mysterious event led to a huge turnover in the population that made up Europe.
The Bell Beaker culture, which emerged from the Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal) around 2800 B.C., may have played a role in this genetic turnover. The culture, which may have been responsible for erecting some of the megaliths at Stonehenge, is named for its distinctive bell-shaped ceramics and its rich grave goods. The culture also played a role in the expansion of Celtic languages along the coast.
"We have established that the genetic foundations for modern Europe were only established in the Mid-Neolithic, after this major genetic transition around 4,000 years ago," study co-author Wolfgang Haak, also of the Australian Center for Ancient DNA, said in a statement. "This genetic diversity was then modified further by a series of incoming and expanding cultures from Iberia and Eastern Europe through the Late Neolithic."
This sounds like  pro-diversity crap to me.  What they seem to be saying is that since Europe was a melting pot of diversity then, why not today?
What they seem to be glossing over is that the original Central and Southern Europeans became extinct as a result.  Although they don't mention this, we were saved from total oblivion by our Northern ancestors who came down and pushed back the invaders to where they came from.  
After failing before, they're trying again.  Comrades, let's stand together and push them back to where they belong again.
"May Allah protect us from the fury of the Men Of The North." - Ancient Muslim prayer.
 Just who do you think the Muslim who wrote that prayer  was referring to?  Our ancestors of course.
Thanks again to Comrade Steve D. for sending this to me.
Dan 88!

Thursday, April 25, 2013

ANP News

Comrades, as today is April 25, if you have not sent in your monthly pledge nor even contacted HQ and let them know why, the latest issue you received of the White Worker could very well be your last.  Don't let that happen.  If you haven't sent in your pledge yet, contact HQ immediately.  Just sending in one dollar could keep your name on the active supporter list.

Also there are still six days left in White Pride Month.  Let's keep that literature flowing.

Finally I've added new categories to The Nazi Store.  We are now offering NS related jewelry.  It's pretty much women's stuff, but next time your wife or GF has a birthday coming up, you can get her something she'll really like.  Some of the stuff is as low as $24.95 including tax and postage.  I'm trying to locate a supplier for SS replica rings for men.  I haven't finished looking, but I'm sure I'll find one sooner or later.

Also I've added a women's clothing category.  Men usually won't wear a pink t shirt with an SS on it, but women would.  Plus some women might like a shirt cut for their figure rather than for a man's.  

I've also added a category for old, classic, and rare horror/sci-fi films.  Some are good, others should have been shown on Mystery Science Theater 3000. LOL

Because of something that happened a few days ago, I want to make something clear.  Except for the videos, I keep NO merchandise on hand.  When I get an order, within 24 hours I place it with my supplier.  They make it and send it out to my customers.  That can take up to two weeks altogether.  If you order a mug say, please don't contact me after just one week demanding to know why you haven't received it yet.  Like I said, it can take up to two weeks.  The videos take less time because I have them here with me on hand.  However, I have a regular job and a personal life.  I don't have the time to go to the post office and stand in line every day.  I go twice a week - usually Tuesdays and Fridays.  Figure seven to ten days for videos.  Bear in mind that the post office and my suppliers are closed on Sundays and holidays.  Thanks.

Dan 88! 

Wednesday, April 24, 2013


DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Days after they were badly hurt in a car accident, Jacinto Cruz and Jose Rodriguez-Saldana lay unconscious in an Iowa hospital while the American health care system weighed what to do with the two immigrants from Mexico.
The men had health insurance from jobs at one of the nation's largest pork producers. But neither had legal permission to live in the U.S., nor was it clear whether their insurance would pay for the long-term rehabilitation they needed.
So Iowa Methodist Medical Center in Des Moines took matters into its own hands: After consulting with the patients' families, it quietly loaded the two comatose men onto a private jet that flew them back to Mexico, effectively deporting them without consulting any court or federal agency.
When the men awoke, they were more than 1,800 miles away in a hospital in Veracruz, on the Mexican Gulf Coast.
Hundreds of immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally have taken similar journeys through a little-known removal system run not by the federal government trying to enforce laws but by hospitals seeking to curb high costs. A recent report compiled by immigrant advocacy groups made a rare attempt to determine how many people are sent home, concluding that at least 600 immigrants were removed over a five-year period, though there were likely many more.
In interviews with immigrants, their families, attorneys and advocates, The Associated Press reviewed the obscure process known formally as "medical repatriation," which allows hospitals to put patients on chartered international flights, often while they are still unconscious. Hospitals typically pay for the flights.
"The problem is it's all taking place in this unregulated sort of a black hole ... and there is no tracking," said law professor Lori Nessel, director of the Center for Social Justice at Seton Hall Law School, which offers free legal representation to immigrants.
Now advocates for immigrants are concerned that hospitals could soon begin expanding the practice after full implementation of federal health care reform, which will make deep cuts to the payments hospitals receive for taking care of the uninsured.
Health care executives say they are caught between a requirement to accept all patients and a political battle over immigration.
"It really is a Catch-22 for us," said Dr. Mark Purtle, vice president of Medical Affairs for Iowa Health System, which includes Iowa Methodist Medical Center. "This is the area that the federal government, the state, everybody says we're not paying for the undocumented."
Hospitals are legally mandated to care for all patients who need emergency treatment, regardless of citizenship status or ability to pay. But once a patient is stabilized, that funding ceases, along with the requirement to provide care. Many immigrant workers without citizenship are ineligible for Medicaid, the government's insurance program for the poor and elderly.
That's why hospitals often try to send those patients to rehabilitation centers and nursing homes back in their home countries.
Civil rights groups say the practice violates U.S. and international laws and unfairly targets one of the nation's most defenseless populations.
"They don't have advocates, and they don't have people who will speak on their behalf," said Miami attorney John De Leon, who has been arguing such cases for a decade.
Estimating the number of cases is difficult since no government agency or organization keeps track.
The Center for Social Justice and New York Lawyers for the Public Interest have documented at least 600 immigrants who were involuntarily removed in the past five years for medical reasons. The figure is based on data from hospitals, humanitarian organizations, news reports and immigrant advocates who cited specific cases. But the actual number is believed to be significantly higher because many more cases almost certainly go unreported.
Some patients who were sent home subsequently died in hospitals that weren't equipped to meet their needs. Others suffered lingering medical problems because they never received adequate rehabilitation, the report said.
Gail Montenegro, a spokeswoman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said the agency "plays no role in a health care provider's private transfer of a patient to his or her country of origin."
Such transfers "are not the result of federal authority or action," she said in an email, nor are they considered "removals, deportations or voluntary departures" as defined by the Immigration and Nationality Act.
The two Mexican workers in Iowa came to the U.S. in search of better jobs and found work at Iowa Select Farms, which provided them with medical insurance even though they had no visas or other immigration documents.
An Iowa Select Farms spokeswoman said Tuesday she could find no record that the men worked for the company under those names. The attorney for the two men said he learned through subpoenas that they had worked for a pork company that he believes was once a subsidiary of Iowa Select.
The two were returning home from a fishing trip in May 2008 when their car was struck by a semitrailer truck. Both were thrown from the vehicle and suffered serious head injuries.
At the time, Cruz had been here for about six months, Rodriguez-Saldana for a little over a year.
Insurance paid more than $100,000 for the two men's emergency treatment. But it was unclear whether the policies would pay for long-term rehabilitation. Two rehabilitation centers refused to take them.
Eleven days after the car crash, the two men were still comatose as they were carried aboard a jet bound for Veracruz, where a hospital had agreed to take them.
Rodriguez-Saldana, now 39, said the Des Moines hospital told his family that he was unlikely to survive and should be sent home.
The hospital "doesn't really want Mexicans," he said in a telephone interview with the AP. "They wanted to disconnect me so I could die. They said I couldn't survive, that I wouldn't live."
Hospital officials said they could not discuss the case because of litigation. The men and their families filed a lawsuit in 2010 claiming they received minimal rehabilitative care in Veracruz.
A judge dismissed the lawsuit last year ruling that Iowa Methodist was not to blame for the inadequate care in Veracruz. The courts also found that even though the families of the men may not have consented to their transport to Mexico, they also failed to object to it. An appeals court upheld the dismissal.
Patients are frequently told family members want them to come home. In cases where the patient is unconscious or can't communicate, relatives are told their loved one wants to return, De Leon said.
Sometimes they're told the situation is dire, and the patient may die, prompting many grief-stricken relatives to agree to a transfer, he said.
Some hospitals "emotionally extort family members in their home country," De Leon said. "They make family members back home feel guilty so they can simply put them on a plane and drop them off at the airport."
In court documents, Iowa hospital officials said they had received permission from Saldana's parents and Cruz's long-term partner for the flight to Mexico. Family members deny they gave consent.
There's no way to know for sure whether the two men would have recovered faster or better in the United States. But the accident left both of them with life-altering disabilities.
Nearly five years later, the 49-year-old Cruz is paralyzed on his left side, the result of damage to his hip and spine. He has difficulty speaking and can't work.
"I can't even walk," he said in a telephone interview, breaking into tears several times. His long-term partner, Belem, said he's more emotional since the accident.
"He feels bad because he went over there and came back like this," she said. "Now he can't work at all. ... He cries a lot."
She works selling food and cleaning houses. Their oldest son, 22, sometimes contributes to the family income.
Rodriguez-Saldana said he has to pay for intensive therapy for his swollen feet and bad circulation. He also said he walks poorly and has difficulty working. He sells home supplies such as kitchen and bath towels and dishes, a business that requires a lot of walking and visiting houses. He often forgets where he lives, but people recognize him on the street and take him home because he's confused.
The American Hospital Association said it does not have a specific policy governing immigrant removals, and it does not track how many hospitals encounter the issue.
Nessel expects medical removals to increase with implementation of health care reform, which makes many more patients eligible for Medicaid. As a result, the government plans to cut payments to hospitals that care for the uninsured.
Some hospitals call immigration authorities when they receive patients without immigration documentation, but the government rarely responds, Nessel said. Taking custody of the patient would also require the government to assume financial responsibility for care.
Jan Stipe runs the Iowa Methodist department that finds hospitals in patients' native countries that are willing to take them. The hospital's goal, she said, is to "get patients back to where their support systems are, their loved ones who will provide the care and the concern that each patient needs."
The American Medical Association's Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs issued a strongly worded directive to doctors in 2009, urging them not to "allow hospital administrators to use their significant power and the current lack of regulations" to send patients to other countries.
Doctors cannot expect hospitals to provide costly uncompensated care to patients indefinitely, the statement said. "But neither should physicians allow hospitals to arbitrarily determine the fate of an uninsured noncitizen immigrant patient."
Arturo Morales, a Monterrey, Mexico, lawyer who helps Cruz and Rodriguez-Saldana with legal issues, is convinced the men would have been better off staying in Iowa.
"I have no doubt," he said. "You have a patient who doesn't have money to pay you. You can't let them die."
Associated Press Writer Barbara Rodriguez in Des Moines contributed to this report.
A drop in the bucket to be sure, but I still love it.   BTW, in case you didn't catch on, that hospital did us a double favour.  They not only sent two illegals back, but two illegals who were also homosexuals.  The phrase "long term partner" was used more than once.    It's funny.  You don't usually associate illegals and homosexuals, but why not?  Gays are everywhere unfortunately, so why not amongst the illegal population?
But seriously, we can't even afford to provide proper medical care to our own citizens, let alone those who are here illegally.  We can no longer afford to allow the world's poor to become our problem when we have so many poor of our own.
There are many bleeding heart liberals who would say that even though I live in an old mobile home and drive an old truck, many people in Mexico, Central America, Chad, Somalia, et al would think that I live like a king.  Maybe so.  But I don't live in any of these places.  I live in the United States.  I judge my level of poverty based on how other people live in THIS country and not how people live in a country 10,000 miles away.  When I see some people here living in multi-million dollar houses and riding in limos, as far as I'm concerned I live in poverty.
We have American citizens both White and non-White who are not getting proper medical care because they have no means of paying.  To give free long term care to illegals would be nothing short of outrageous.
Thanks again to Dr. Hauptmann for sending me this story.
Dan 88!

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Opposition Silenced By ZOG

ICE Union Pres. Removed from Gang of Eight Press Conference

The Gang of Eight officially unveiled its amnesty bill to the public today, but one of the press conference's attendees wasn't welcome. ICE Union President Chris Crane was removed from the event when he tried to ask a question during the Q&A portion of the press conference.
On three separate occasions, Crane attempted to ask Sen. Chuck Schumer, "Will you take a question from law enforcement?" After his third attempt, he was removed from the room.
Crane heads the 7,600-agent ICE Union and has been critical of the Gang's bill. Earlier in the day, he criticized the bill's lack of enforcement provisions during his own press conference. 
"This bill will put the public safety at risk without a doubt," Crane said.
Well you can see which way the wind is blowing.  The so-called Gang Of Eight are determined to get their bill passed by hook or by crook.  They are aptly named as they are behaving like a gang of thugs trying to silence the voice of opposition - even though the people Crane represents work for the same government as them.
What with ICE against this bill, and two thirds of the people also against it, it should be plain to anyone with half a brain that the government is going to do what IT wants to do and the will of the people doesn't mean diddly squat.  It's been this way for at least the last 100 years, and will continue in this way until the system is ended once and for all.
If enough of us stand together we can win.  If no one wants to be bothered, then they have already won.  What's it going to be?  Will it be their country or ours.  It's up to you.
Dan 88!

Monday, April 22, 2013

Let's Keep Going

Comrades, we've had our weekend of mourning and remembrance for our Fuhrer.  For those who did the "drink and cake thing", well that was fine, but now it's time to get back to work.  I'm speaking of working for the cause.

April still has nine days left in it.  That's more than enough time to do a lot more literature.  Remember, to paraphrase Hitler, it's not enough to say I believe, but you must say I fight as well.  So let's all of us get out there and do some more fighting - and that includes me as well.  Hail Victory!

Dan 88!

Saturday, April 20, 2013

In Memorium

 Adolf Hitler
20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945

Friday, April 19, 2013

Little Help?

I have a request to make.  I had an idea for a new product for The Nazi Store.  Check this out:

Now I've made similar t shirts for several other countries and they are available now for a donation.  The problem is there are SO many White countries out there it will take weeks to get to them all.  If people could leave suggestions in the comments section as to what countries they'd like to see up there asap it would be helpful.  As of now I have Germany, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and Russia.  There are several dozen I haven't gotten to yet.  Please help me get the most wanted ones up first and that includes smaller countries like Albania, Croatia, and Bellarus.  Thanks.

Dan 88!

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Of All The Nerve!

New Illegal Border Crossers ask for Amnesty

San Antonio's WOAI radio is reporting a surge in illegal border crossings along the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas, and Border Patrol agents say the detained border crossers are asking for amnesty. Border Patrol agents say the number of illegal border crossers being found dead in the Texas brush country is also up and on path to beat last year's record mark.
"The Border Patrol agent was loading one man up, and he told the officer in Spanish, 'Obama's gonna let me go'," Texas ranch owner Linda Vickers told WOAI.
Other Border Patrol agents told the radio station that illegal border crossers have been immediately turning themselves in asking, "Where do I go for my amnesty?"
Brooks County Texas, which is south of Corpus Christi near the Rio Grande River has historically had the highest number of illegal alien deaths each year. There's a major road the runs north from the border that is typically used by smugglers, and they tend to leave behind illegal aliens who can't keep up with their frantic pace. Brooks County residents say it's near impossible for anyone to survive in the area without water.
The Senate Gang of Eight's amnesty proposal would offer instant legal status and work permits to the nation's 11 million illegal aliens. New reports say illegal aliens must prove they've been in the United States for two years before they can qualify for the amnesty, but there hasn't been any indication of how they'll be required to prove their residency. Reports of the Obama Administration's Deferred Action for Chilhood Arrivals (DACA) program have indicated loose examination of proof of the residency requirements.
For more information, see WOAI radio's website
Can you believe the bloody gall of these people?!  They didn't even make it into the country and they're already asking for amnesty.  And it only promises to get worse.
Comrades, we need to bring our troops home and deploy them along the border.  Those illegals who are already here need to be sent back.  And I don't mean driven down to the border and released.  They'll just hop the fence the first chance they get and they'll be right back here.  They need to be taken deep inside Mexico where it won't be so easy and quick to get back here.  Those who repeatedly violate our borders should do time in a work camp.  If they came here to work, let's put them to work - in a camp.
That's how it would be handled in a National Socialist state.  It's the only way.  Until this is done, they will continue to invade our country as if they have every right to be here.
Dan 88!

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Here's How Lousy Life Is in North Korea

By Rick Newman | U.S.News & World Report LP – Fri, Apr 12, 2013 9:57 AM EDT

Officials, war veterans and persons of merit put red ties around the necks of children and pin Korean Children's Union (KCU) badges on their chests during a joint national meeting of the Korean Children's Union organizations held to celebrate the 101st birth anniversary of North�s founder Kim Il-Sung in Pyongyang April 12, 2013, in this picture released by the North�s official KCNA news agency on Friday.   REUTERS/KCNA (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY) ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS PICTURE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. REUTERS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, CONTENT, LOCATION OR DATE OF THIS IMAGE. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A RVICE TO CLIENTS. NO THIRD PARTY SALES. NOT FOR USE BY REUTERS THIRD PARTY DISTRIBUTORS
Reuters/REUTERS - Officials, war veterans and persons of merit put red ties around the necks of children and pin Korean Children's Union (KCU) badges on their chests during a joint national meeting of the Korean Children's Union organizations held to celebrate the 101st birth anniversary of North's founder Kim Il-Sung in Pyongyang April 12, 2013.

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un might talk tough, but he presides over one of the weakest, most dilapidated economies in the world.
In fact, North Korea's military showmanship and threats of nuclear war usually come when the nation is desperate for food aid or other forms of economic assistance. "Any time the North Koreans are screaming and behaving badly, something's going on they're not happy about," says Stephen Haggard, a professor at the University of California--San Diego and an expert on North Korea.
The latest war of rhetoric on the Korean peninsula comes as Kim, in charge for just 16 months, reportedly seeks to consolidate his power internally, while trying to impress the United States as a bona fide nuclear power. He may pull that off. North Korea is believed to have perhaps half a dozen nuclear weapons, and the Pentagon recently concluded that the bellicose nation may have the ability to deliver those weapons atop long-range ballistic missiles.
As an economic power, however, North Korea is a laughingstock that can barely feed its own people, which is why some analysts think the country may collapse at some point, or undergo rebellion by insiders fed up with disastrous economic policies and relentless repression.
Like other dictatorships, North Korea has an elite ruling class that enjoys some basic privileges of modern life, such as indoor plumbing, automobiles, meat, coffee and a few luxury goods. There's a middle stratum that has sufficient food and, occasionally, new clothes, but not much else.
In general, however, North Korea is one of the most miserable places on earth. "The standard of living has deteriorated to extreme levels of deprivation in which the right to food security, health and other minimum needs for human survival are denied," according to a recent report by the Korea Institute for National Unification, a research group based in Seoul.
While it's difficult to get accurate information about North Korea - a police state that rarely admits foreigners - refugees and other sources of information have helped outsiders sketch the country's bankrupt economy. Here's a snapshot of life in North Korea:
- Annual GDP per capita is about $1,800, which ranks 197th in the world, according to the CIA World Factbook. GDP is 28 times higher in the United States and 18 times higher in South Korea.
- About half of North Korea's population of 24 million lives in "extreme poverty," according to the KUNI report. These people subsist on corn and kimchi and "are severely restricted in access to fuel for cooking and heating."
- One-third of children are stunted, due to malnutrition, according to the World Food Program.
- The average life expectancy, 69, has fallen by five years since the early 1980s, according to the blog North Korea Economy Watch. The blog notes that those figures are based on official statistics, so the real numbers could be even lower.
- Inflation may be as high as 100 percent, due to mismanagement of the currency.
- Most workers earn $2 to $3 per month in pay from the government. Some work on the side or sell goods in local markets, earning an extra $10 per month or so.
- Most homes and apartments are heated by open fireplaces burning wood or briquettes. Many lack flush toilets.
- Electric power is sporadic and unreliable, with homes that have electricity often receiving just a few hours per day.
- Families that can afford them often have two TVs, according to New Focus International, a website that features dispatches from North Korean exiles; one TV is pre-set to state channels airing propaganda, while the second, illegal set is used to watch South Korean TV programs. Even so, fluctuating voltage in the electrical current often causes the screen to keep changing size, "going from big to small repeatedly," according to one exile report.
- Some of the most popular contraband items are DVDs of South Korean TV shows, which North Koreans often trade or sell among themselves.
- Parents who send their kids to schools are expected to provide desks, chairs, building materials and cash to pay for heating fuel. Some students are put to work producing goods for the government or gathering up discarded materials. Parents can bribe teachers to exempt their kids from labor or just keep them away from school, even though that violates official policy.
- North Korea has a "free" medical system, but hospital patients must pay for their own drugs, cover the cost of heat, and prepare all their own meals at home.
- Among the privileged class, cosmetics are considered "an ostentatious display of wealth," according to the KINU report. South Korean brands are preferred over inferior Chinese or North Korean products.
- There are about 1.5 million mobile phone users in North Korea, but service is spotty and no Internet is available. One popular use for mobile phones: as a "torch" to provide light when the power goes out at night.
- Kim Jong Un may be worth as much as $5 billion, according to the South Korean news organization Chosun Ilbo. The money comes from state-run enterprises as well as sales of narcotics, counterfeiting, and other types of criminality. It's believed to be held in hundreds of bank accounts - outside of North Korea.
If Un is worth 5 billion, why doesn't he spread some of it around and help his impoverished people if he cares as much as he says he does?  Well I guess he works hard and deserves all that money.  Some Communist.  Sounds more like a Judeo-Capitalist to me.  He's as cheap as one.
This goes to show you that Judeo-Communism and Judeo-Capitalism are basically just two sides of the same coin.  The wealthy get everything and the people get poorer.  They just take slightly different paths to achieve the same goal.
Comrades, in monarchies the royals and nobles get everything because of the families they were lucky enough to be born into.  In Judeo-Capitalist and Judeo-Communist states the wealthy get it all.  The only form of government that ever made certain the people were taken care of was National Socialist Germany.  The system worked with extreme efficiency.  For example, Adolf Hitler never made a fortune.  He paid himself the same pay as when he was Reichs Chancellor under Von Hindenburg.  The only houses he owned were his retreat at Berchtsegaten, and a nearby home he bought for Eva Braun.   In Berlin he lived in the Chancellery apartments.  Also with all the crimes he has been accused of, the one thing he was never accused of was funneling German money into his private accounts.  At least I never heard any such accusation.  If there are any I want to see the evidence.
The world is so anxious to suppress National Socialism because our leaders know that system took proper care of the working class and it did work.  NS is the greatest threat to the wealthy.
As someone once said, "A man's honour, virtues, and motives can often be determined by studying his enemies."
Who said that?  Well I did.  I often quote myself. LOL   But seriously, if those in power today are against you because of what you stand for, then you must be a threat to their position.  That's why the systemites are against us.    Think about it.
Dan 88!

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

This Is Interesting

Please Include Attribution to OnlineClasses.org With This Graphic What do we Know Infographic<


If you check the Overall Results section, you will see that Americans make better visual identifications if something is important to them.  

For example, nearly everyone has an opinion about Jews one way or another so it is no surprise that the Star Of David was the most easily identifiable.  Seeing as how much time Americans spend on social media it is no surprise that the Twitter logo came in a close second.

If you drop down to the bottom of the list the picture of the Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts was the least identifiable because few people outside of the Commonwealth Of Massachusetts actually give a damn.   BTW, Massachusetts is technically not a state, it's a commonwealth.  Originally all state were commonwealths.  To be called a state certain paperwork had to be filed in our nation's capitol (New York City at that time).  Two didn't bother to file:  Massachusetts and Pennsylvania or Virginia - I'm not sure which - so technically they are called commonwealths.

Anyway what this tell us is that people are able to identify and remember better when it's important to them.  It's a sad thing that people are so politically ignorant these days because it is not important to them any more.  They go to the polls every four years and vote for some lying politician and trust him to run things FOR them and to do the political thinking FOR them so they can concentrate on their gadgets from China, sports, American Idol, and social media.  We are truly living in Roman times - as in The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire.

If this is to change we must change the entire system.  National Socialism is the only way.  Support the ANP or get the country you deserve.

Reminder - Don't forget ANP Talkshoe Radio today at 5:00 PM PDT.

Dan 88!


Monday, April 15, 2013

Let's Start The week Off With A Laugh...


Again my thanks to Dr. Hauptmann.

Don't forget we have another ANP Talkshoe episode on Tuesday, April 16 at 5:00 PM PST.

Dan 88!

Sunday, April 14, 2013

ANP News And Announcements

Today is April 14th.  As of tomorrow, the month is already half over.  If you haven't gotten your pledges in the mail at least we would appreciate your doing so.  Those who fall behind without letting HQ know why will be dropped as Supporters.  If you are having problems let them know.  They are understanding people.  It's just when people stop sending in their pledges without so much as a word as to why is when they get dropped.

On Tuesday, April 16 at 5:00 PM PDT we will have another Talkshoe Radio show.  It's been awhile, so tune in and listen.  Better yet call in.  If anyone is afraid of calling in I can guarantee you that ZOG will NOT show up at your door and haul you off to a FEMA camp.  If they did that sort of a thing I'd have been taken away a long time ago.  I'm also sure your employers won't be listening in on the off chance that one of their employees will call in so they can fire them.  Only our host can see your phone number and he will not divulge it so relax.  Nothing is going to happen to you if you call in for a few minutes.

Last week I had a meeting with some of our out-of-state comrades.  All went well.  We weren't raided by ZOG, the Jews Media, or the ARA.  We got a lot of business done, and had a good time on top of it.  Sorry you missed it.

That's about it for this time.  I hope to hear from some of you on Tuesday.  If not, at least call in or listen to the recording later.  Somehow listening to a recorded show just isn't the same as listening to it live.

Dan 88!

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Civil Rights Commission Members Urge Congressional Black Caucus to Oppose Amnesty

Three members of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights have sent a letter to the Congressional Black Caucus urging them to oppose amnesty. In their letter, the Commissioners ask if there are currently enough jobs in the country for minorities and they say no.
"The obvious question is whether there are sufficient jobs in the low-skilled labor market for both African-Americans and illegal immigrants,"  USCCR members Peter Kirsanow, Abigail Thernstrom, and Gail Heriot wrote. "The answer is no."
The Congressional Black Caucus has come out in favor of an amnesty for illegal aliens, and the president of the NAACP Benjamin Todd Jealous was the keynote speaker at yesterday's pro-amnesty rally in Washington, D.C.
But the Commissioners referred to a 2008 hearing where witnesses testified that illegal immigration harms Black Americans.
"The briefing witnesses, well-regarded scholars from leading universities and independent groups, were ideologically diverse," they wrote. "All the witnesses acknowledged that illegal immigration has a negative impact on black employment, both in terms of employment opportunities and wages."
For more information, see the Washington Examiner. You can also read the letter by clicking here.
Comrades, I realize that many of you have a very strong distaste for Blacks, but we should be practical.  In my opinion the lesser of the two evils are Blacks.  Consider:  The Mestizo population is skyrocketing at record numbers.  They immigrate illegally at record numbers.  Also, they refuse to adapt to our ways and actually expect us to accommodate them in any way they feel necessary.  
On the other hand, the Black population has always remained fairly stable between 12 to 14 percent depending on the economic situation.  Interestingly  their numbers tend to rise in bad times, due no doubt to the fact that sex is free (not counting prostitutes who can be cheaper than going to the movies if you aren't picky).  Although there are some Black immigrants from Africa and the Caribbean, they are not flooding over our borders legally or illegally (although I'm sure there are some cases of Black illegal immigration).  Blacks don't expect us to accommodate their culture (other than recognizing that it is a culture) and they don't accommodate us either.  Also, most Blacks agree with us on this issue.
If we hope to defeat this problem, all who oppose illegal immigration must stand together be they White or Black.  After we solve the invasion of our borders THEN we can tackle White-Black relations.  We can only win one war at a time unless we have no other choice..  Remember, taking on too many opponents at once is one of the reasons for Hitler's defeat.  Perhaps he was left with no other choice, but he still lost because of it.
Dan 88!