Friday, May 31, 2013

This Will Blow Your Mind!

One Man's Hitler Fascination

By L. Brent Bozell 

Here's a story you probably haven't heard, unless you read Drudge or Breitbart. The Independent in the U.K. has published a story (from which I pull freely), as have a couple of Jewish outlets. That's all I can find. You tell me if it qualifies as "news" that the "news " media should be covering.
It involves a young man who would someday become one of the best-known and most powerful men in the world. A new book is out. It explores recently uncovered diaries kept by this young man. The journal entries document his fascination with Adolf Hitler and Nazism.
This young man traveled to Germany three times between 1937 and 1945. Clearly he admired the Germans — and that includes the racial imperatives of Nazism. The Independent reveals this entry logged after he visited the Rhine in 1937:
"Very beautiful, because there are many castles along the route. The towns are all charming which shows that the Nordic races appear to be definitely superior to their Latin counterparts. The Germans are really too good — that's why people conspire against them — they do it to protect themselves."
By today's standards, that sentiment is clearly racist. It glorifies Aryans as "superior" to brown people. (If you doubt me, contact your local La Raza office, read them that passage, and solicit a comment or two.)
This young man wrote as well: "I have come to the conclusion that fascism is right for Germany and Italy. What are the evils of fascism compared to communism?" His travelling companion, Lem Billings, would later state that the young man was "completely consumed by his interest for the Hitler movement."
The young man would return to Germany after the war, in 1945, and after visiting Hitler's famous "Eagle's Nest" mountain-top retreat, would write that, "Anyone who has visited these places can imagine how in a few years, Hitler will emerge from the hate that now surrounds him and come to be regarded as one of the most significant figures that ever lived. There is something mysterious about the way he lived and died and which will outlive him and continue to flourish. He was made of the stuff of legends."
This man was 20 in 1937. It is undeniable that any pro-Nazi sentiments that might have existed in his youth — his father was a public apologist for Hitler — evaporated with time. Still, this man was one of the most prominent men of the 20th century. How could this not be of interest to the media?
You can hear the explanations. They are what the press had to say to justify not reporting the lateSenator Robert Byrd's membership in the KKK.
It's not news. He was young and naive. This is in some respects true. There is no "hard" news here, but how often do we find news reports about a prominent person's past? George W. Bush for one would find this curious. How many stories — hundreds? — were filed about his wild partying days at roughly the same age?
It's not news. These clearly were not his views during his public years. Again, a defensible position. Yet when former Senator Trent Lott said in 2002 that when, as a young man at approximately the same time (1948) he'd supported the segregation agenda of Strom Thurmond, a position he'd come clearly to repudiate, there followed an avalanche of negative press and he was forced to resign in disgrace.
It's speculative. Admiration does not necessarily an endorsement make. I'll buy that one, too. Clearly when this young man evinced his admiration for the "superiority" of the Nordic races, he had no idea that Hitler would make this a justification to slaughter six million Jews. We could state just as emphatically that to declare Hitler would be "one of the most significant figures that ever lived" is, in fact, accurate. He was "the stuff of legends" — and so was Nero.
But what if this man's name was Ronald Reagan? None of this would apply. Youthful ignorance would be no excuse. A man of his historic importance? Admiring the "superiority" of Nazism? You betchum we're going to cover it!
Taken further, they would argue, Who are we to declare these views had no impact on his thinking?After all, in some circles, his name is synonymous with radical right, even fascistic, leanings.
Most importantly, the news media would tell us, It is precisely because it is speculative that it should be reported. At best, it's a simple curiosity, at worst, a bombshell of Nagasaki proportions. Don't the American people deserve to be told, and shouldn't they be allowed to judge for themselves?
If this young man's name was Ronald Reagan, it is undeniable that this new book would be a top-shelf media story everywhere. But his name wasn't Reagan.
It was John F. Kennedy.
L. Brent Bozell III is the president of the Media Research Center. To find out more about Brent Bozell III, and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at
Wow!  Maybe that's what JKF REALLY meant when he said, "Ich bin ein Berlinner!"
I also agree with Mr. Bozell that if JFK were a right winger the liberal left would have made a very big deal out of this.  But since he was one of them, they did everything they could to cover these facts up.
Many people, both liberals and moderates don't believe that the media will lie as necessary to advance their agenda (and EVERYONE has an agenda - let's admit that at least).  But no one can deny that the media at the very least conveniently withholds information that they feel is inappropriate (ie does not advance the liberal agenda).
National Socialists are not right wingers.  But at least right wingers are more willing to expose liberal lies and omissions.  I'd like to thank Mr. Bozell for helping to get this often omitted fact out in to the open.
I would also like to thank our friend Dr. Johann Hauptmann for bringing this to my attention.
Dan 88!

Thursday, May 30, 2013


By Ann Coulter

It's been a bad few weeks for cultural assimilation. Last month, two welfare-receiving immigrants in the United States, Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, set off bombs at the Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring hundreds. By the end of the week, they had murdered a cop and engaged in a wild shoot-out and bomb-throwing melee with the police.
Last week, a couple of ethnic Nigerians butchered a British soldier with meat cleavers in broad daylight on a bustling street in a London suburb, then boasted about the murder in video interviews with bystanders. (On the bright side, they did not claim to be princes and ask for your life savings.)

Also last week, immigrants, mostly Muslims, began rioting in peaceful Sweden -- burning schools to the ground, torching cars and throwing rocks at the police. (Who among us hasn't lost his temper trying to assemble an Ikea china cabinet?)
Supporters of the West's current immigration policies can't keep ducking reality. So they try to shut down debate by calling their opponents racists, xenophobes, know-nothings and fascists.
The English Defense League (EDL), for example, is portrayed in the media as a bunch of racist football hooligans. So I was surprised to learn that the EDL has not only a Jewish division, but a gay division. (Harvey Fierstein could be their president!) They expressly support Israel against Muslim terror and burn Nazi flags at their rallies.
Apparently it is considered "fascist" to oppose actual fascists immigrating to your country.
A few years ago, an opinion piece in The New York Times denounced the pro-gay positions of anti-immigration groups such as the EDL for "co-opting" gays. The co-opting is so thoroughgoing that the anti-immigration Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn was himself gay. He was assassinated by a vegan animal rights activist upset at criticism of Muslims.
But surely members of the EDL oppose Britain's immigration policies out of ignorance?
It briefly seemed so. A month ago, the head of the EDL, Tommy Robinson, provoked a round of liberal sneering when he tweeted: "welcome to twitter homepage has a picture of a mosque. what a joke." Various media outlets leapt to point out that the photo was, actually, the Taj Mahal.
The liberal Guardian mocked: "It's worth pointing out that the 'mosque' that started this ... was in fact the Taj Mahal, the marble mausoleum in India. It's almost as if the very existence of the EDL is based on false information, suspicion and idiocy."
Except -- oops --– it wasn't the Taj Mahal. It was a mosque -- the Grand Mosque in Muscat, Oman, to be precise -- as The Guardian quietly admitted in an altered photo caption after stealthily removing the comment about the EDL's "idiocy" for imagining it was a mosque. It's almost as if the very existence of The Guardian is based on false information, suspicion and idiocy.
Britain, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Spain have recently enacted, or are considering enacting, further restrictions on immigration, alarming immigration enthusiasts. The New York Times reported this week that the "right-wing Swiss People's Party" is requesting a referendum on immigration.
Wait a second! A referendum doesn't sound fascist at all. In fact and to the contrary, it's always the advocates of unrestricted immigration who try to avoid letting the people vote. Marco Rubio and the rest of the pro-amnesty "Gang of Eight" don't even want the country to know they're about to vote on a mass immigration scheme.
Liberals say, "Basic human rights are not subject to a vote!" -- and then define "basic human rights" as "the right of people who don't live in your country to move there."
Manifestly, opponents of open immigration are not fascists, anti-Semitic, anti-gay, intolerant or idiots. But as long as we're on the subject, may we inquire into the tolerance and other Western values of the potential immigrants themselves?
Last week, U.S. law enforcement officials reported that Muslim immigrant Ibragim Todashev admitted that he and Boston bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev had murdered three Jewish men in a Boston suburb on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attack. (Which also, I believe, was the work of immigrants.) The victims' throats were cut from ear to ear, nearly decapitating them. One was Tamerlan's best friend.
Searching The New York Times' webpage for "English Defense League," turns up this multicultural story out of Saudi Arabia: "Online Campaign Draws Attention to Case of Saudi Father Accused of Rape and Torture." The father, Fayhan al-Ghamdi, a prominent Islamic cleric, served only a few months in a Saudi Arabian prison for allegedly raping, burning and fatally beating his own 5-year-old daughter.
It's not just Muslims who aren't warming to Western values. Polls by the Anti-Defamation League going back decades have shown a steady decline of anti-Semitism in the U.S. But a 2002 poll showed a surprising upsurge.
While 17 percent of all Americans were said to hold "strongly anti-Semitic" views, 35 percent of Hispanics did -- as did 44 percent of foreign-born Hispanics.
(Note to Sheldon Adelson: It may be time to give your Hispanic employees a raise.)

Liberals get a kick out of accusing their opponents of what they themselves are guilty of. But this may be the most audacious reverse-guilt play yet. For objecting to the importation of primitive, violent, child-rape-forgiving bigots, the opponents of mass immigration are accused of bigotry.
Except for the part about burning Swastikas, great article.  
As Ms. Coulter said,
Liberals say, "Basic human rights are not subject to a vote!" -- and then define "basic human rights" as "the right of people who don't live in your country to move there."
Well I have a question for these liberals:  Just who decides what basic human rights are in the first place?  I can tell you I wasn't among that obviously select group.
Everyone IS entitled to basic human rights.  But I also believe that everyone is entitled to have a say in just what those rights are, not just the liberals, but conservatives, and National Socialists as well.
A little personal observation here.  Ann Coulter may be ultra-conservative, but she sure doesn't look it!
Dan 88!

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Commuters say tea kettle billboard looks like Hitler


A billboard along the 405 Freeway in Southern California freeway is generating all sorts of buzz. But the cause of the attention does not exactly align with the intended effect. That’s because a number of people are saying the new JCPenny tea kettle bears a striking resemblance to Adolf Hitler.
The tea kettle in question is formerly known as the “Bells and Whistles Stainless Steel Tea Kettle” and is part of JCPenny’s Michael Graves-designed kitchenware line.
CBS LA reports that the billboard has caught the attention of some Reddit users who say the curvature of the handle resembles the hairline of the former Nazi leader.
“I stare at this from my office building every day and now I can tell my co-workers that I’m not the only one who saw the Hitler in the bells and whistles sign!” wrote user Tishacombs.
In fact, a number of commenters are actually suggesting that the company intentionally made the tea kettle resemble Hitler just to stir up attention. That, of course, makes very little sense. But it hasn’t stopped people from speculating.
“Well, look at us - we're all looking at and sharing a picture of an advertisement,” writes user LevTolstoy. If it was done on purpose to get people's attention, but keep the ability to deny doing it on purpose, it's brilliant.”
Of course, most people aren’t taken the billboard too seriously. Americablog author John Aravosis says he thinks it actually looks more like the Eric Cartman character from “South Park” dressed as Hitler. Which, given Cartman’s endless series of anti-Semetic commentary might actually make more sense.
JCPenney has yet to comment on the advertisement Perhaps they are letting the product speak for itself. After all, the tea kettle is currently getting overwhelmingly positive reviews from customers on the JCPenny website.
Can you believe the idiocy of some people?  Now that people have said it, the handle sort of looks like the Fuhrer's hair and the knob sort of looks like his moustache  -  if you squint your eyes a bit.  I'll go with the South Park explanation.
This one definitely qualifies as a stupid story.  Just like the title of Mr. Shakespeare's play:  MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
BTW, Hitler was fond of tea, but that's a coincidence.
Well that's California for you.  Californians think of the strangest things.  They get into some weird stuff out here I tell you.
Another example?  I posted this a few months ago.  The city of Venice, Ca. paid an artist to put up a sculpture at their famous beach.  He did alright.  It's a five ton rock.  This so-called artist never once put hammer and chisel to it.  He just found a big rock, put it on a pedestal  and called it art.  Everyone was raving that it was a masterpiece.   People, IT'S A BLOODY ROCK FOR CHRISSAKE!  
Like I said, weird.  Just thought everyone could use a mid-week laugh, courtesy of Comrade Dr. Hauptmann.
Dan 88!

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

New Documentary Claims Hitler Died In 1965, Did Not Commit Suicide After WWII

According to director/producer Noam Shalevand researcher Pablo Weschler, Adolf Hitler lived out his last days in an luxurious Argentinian hotel, instead of committing suicide in a Berlin bunker as previously thought. Their new documentary, Hitler in Argentina, attempts to make their case and is set to be released next year.

Shalev doesn’t claim to be 100 percent certain about his theory. “We will never know the truth,” he says. “But there is enough evidence to build an alternative theory about what happened to Hitler.”
Weschler adds, “No one believed the Russians’ story of Hitler’s suicide in the bunker. As early as the summer of 1945, there were headlines asking, ‘Where is Hitler?’ all over the world.”

Recently declassified FBI documents were the push to Shalev and Weschler to begin their film. They long believed that British intelligence officer and historian Hugh Trevor-Roper’s investigation into Hitler’s death was “unprofessional,” because Russian troops did not allow access to many forensic investigators.

“In those days, the FBI, not the CIA, was responsible for South America,” says Weschler. “And in declassified documents, we see that the FBI took very seriously the possibility that Hitler fled to Argentina.”

In fact, the FBI was so convinced of this possibility that they set up a special unit to investigate. Shalev and Weschler believe they can determine Hitler’s exact whereabouts after WWII. Italian journalist Patrick Burnside wrote a book entitled Hitler’s Escape about the dictator’s journey, and the pair used it as a guide.

“The Eden Hotel in La Falda, Cordoba [in Argentina] was owned by Ida and Walter Eichhorn, who were close friends of Hitler,” Weschler explains. “Hitler sent them a Mercedes Benz as a gift. It was the first Benz in Argentina.”

According to an FBI letter from September 1945, it was believed the Eichhorns would provide Hitler shelter if he ever needed it. Weschler also claims to have found former hotel employees who say they met Hitler and waited on him after the war.

The most important evidence to Shalev and Weschler comes in the form of DNA testing done on Hitler’s skill fragments in 2009, fragments that were recovered from the Berlin bunker.

“They showed that they couldn’t have been Hitler’s skull because they were from a woman under 40,” Weschler says. “The more you look into it, the less credible the official version becomes, and the more plausible an alternative theory seems.”


Here's my comment.  Bullshit.  Unlike many of his subordinates who escaped to South America, the Fuhrer was a man of courage and principle who stayed at his post until the last moment of his life.

This new theory is just another example of Hitler bashing.

The WW II generation was taught that since we were at war with Germany the Nazis were the "bad guys".  That generation is beginning to die off.  Soon there won't be anyone left who was alive during those years.  My 81-year-old father was about 12 when the war ended.  In about ten years the only ones left will be those who were too young to remember.

That's why it's important to the Jews and Judeo-Capitalists to do whatever they can to make Hitler look as bad as possible.  Fortunately we know the truth.  Comrades, it's up to us to keep spreading the truth.  Remember, as Dr. Goebbels said, "Repeat a lie enough and people start to believe it."

Right after the war there were all kinds of stories about Hitler escaping to South America.  They ALL turned out to be hoaxes.  There is ample scientific evidence to prove that Hitler died in the Fuhrer Bunker on that fateful day in 1945.

Still, I thought this would be an interesting little fairy tale complete with video.

Dan 88!

Monday, May 27, 2013

In Remembrance

Riverside National Cemetery

This is a view of the National Cemetery at Arlington, California.  No, I don't mean Virginia, I mean California.  There's an Arlington there too and it has the third largest cemetery in the National System.

I know that most of us won't support the U.S. military, but we should remember that the men and women who gave their lives for their country did it for what they believed was right.  I refuse to honor the military organisation, but I will honor the individuals who fought for what they believed was right.  An honorable person does what he BELIEVES is the right thing.

Dan 88!

Sunday, May 26, 2013

No More Excuses

If you missed yesterday's show, you can still catch the recording.  Somehow hearing a recording is just not the same as hearing it live - even if you don't participate.  Just my opinion.

Anyway, what we primarily talked about is why more people are simply not willing to get more involved with the movement.  As it was pointed out, things are worse financially, socially, and racially (for Whites) than ever before, yet still many people are just "too busy" to get involved.  Excuses, excuses.  The only thing that has improved for White America is their ability to make up excuses.  I have a theory.  If we could get TV abolished, more people would get involved because they wouldn't have that idiot box taking up so much of their time.  Of course I would hate to have to go that far.  I'd miss The Simpsons and Family Guy.  D'oh!

I know all the best excuses.  "I work hard.  I deserve a little relaxation time."  "Why bother?  How much good will it do?"  "I'm out of work.  I have to spend a lot of time looking for a job."  These are about the three most common ones.  Let's take a look at each separately.

Sure you work.  And yes you do deserve some relaxation.  But sometimes in life we have to make choices.  We have to prioritize.  What's more important, helping your Folk, or watching the Jew Box?  Your decision.

How much good will it do?  Each one of us is but a single voice and can't accomplish much.  But a thousand voices can be louder than a hurricane (metaphorically speaking).

Out of work?  When you're out of work we do have to watch our expenses.  But activism doesn't cost that much.  Limited time?  Back in the day when you were unemployed you hit the streets.  You went from company to company and filled out applications.  As some job applications are just one page and others are four or five, it can take anywhere from a few minutes to over half an hour.  Plus with drive time, you could be out half the day and only put in three applications.  But today we have the internet.  Indeed many companies prefer you to fill out job applications electronically than the old school way.  That way they have less paperwork to deal with, and people aren't constantly coming in and out of the office interrupting the routine work which they have to do in addition to taking applications from perspective employees.  You can fill out your applications via the internet 24/7, so nowadays, the active job seeker has more free time than in the past.

Now if you're not even an Official Supporter, the next step is to become one.  What's your excuse?  I suppose the number one excuse is, "I can't afford it right now."  The minimum pledge is only $10.00 a month.  Based on a 30 day month, that comes to only 33.33 cents a day.  Just one third of a dollar a day!  Sounds a lot less when put that way, doesn't it?  If you smoke, you can smoke two packs less a month.  That's less than cutting back a measly two cigarettes a day!  If you like your beer, and you drink three or four a day, just cutting out one lousy beer a day will cover your pledge.  If you eat lunch at a fast food place every work day, just brown bagging it two or three times a month - not even once a week would be all it takes to afford your pledge.  When you look at things that way, it really isn't much too ask.

I think the problem with most people isn't the cost per se, it's the commitment.  That's what held me back in the beginning.  All I can say about that is that if you're afraid of making a commitment, then you don't really want to help our Folk.  Where there's a will there's a way.  If you want something badly enough, you'll find a way.  Maybe you don't want to help badly enough.  Hopefully you will - before it's too late.

Dan 88!  

Saturday, May 25, 2013

A Little Raunchy, But Still Funny

I wonder if they ever got round to switching those store names?  The only order that would work is Dick's, Kohl's, Staples, or Kohl's Dick's, Staples.

Don't forget ANP Talk Shoe Radio Saturday May 25 (today) at 5: 00 PM Pacific Time.

Dan 88!

Friday, May 24, 2013

Americans Remember 1986 from Coast-to-Coast

By Melanie Oubre, Wednesday, May 22, 2013, 2:49 PM EDT

This past Tuesday, grassroots groups around the country took part in a national day to remember 1986.  At least 50 separate organizations banded together under the banner "Remember 1986 Coalition."  With a unified voice they asked Senators, the press, and fellow Americans to remember the broken promises of the 1986 amnesty bill and warned to not let it happen again.      
In thirty-four states, from New York to Washington, organized press conferences took place.  Many NumbersUSA activists took part in the press conferences talking about the major flaws in the Gang of 8's amnesty bill.  Others attended meetings with Senate staffers and delivered our Say No to Amnesty petition signatures to Senate offices. 
Below are some stories and pictures we received from the events.  We want to thank each and everyone who took part in the event.  The type of activism described in the stories below will be the reason we defeat S 744. 
 Salinas, California - Citizen Activist Bill Carrothers:
I managed to get myself stationed with my 4' x 4' "Amnesty is Treason - Keep Immigration Safe, Legal, and Rare" sign in front of the Salinas Post Office at exactly ten o'clock. I enjoyed an hour of delightful banter with the people coming and going in front of the post office.  Sure enough, two officers of the California Highway Patrol showed up, but after they satisfied themselves that I was perfectly compliant with all the legal provisions associated with public demonstrations on county property, we all had a laugh about how much fun law enforcement could be, when the only show was yours truly.  
Their presence added a great deal of interest to the event, and pretty soon several of my friends who work at the post office came out to cheer me on, and more and more people stopped to just share their views on S. 744.  I assured the CHP officers that I thought that revolution and leading a citizens revolt were just not my thing, mostly because being revolting doesn't pay worth beans.  We waved at each other as they rode off to less enjoyable duties, and I folded up my operation at eleven.  I can truthfully say it was a lot of fun, and I'm looking for more opportunities to let the whole world know how phony, disingenuous and sold out Sam Farr and his big ag buddies are.
Palm Beach, Florida - Group of Citizen Activists
Yesterday our gang of eight (a symbolic number of citizens) visited the offices of congressman Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio. We were on a mission and to make a statement: 19,000 signatures from Floridians against the Gang of Eight's Immigration plan were handed over to regional Directors, Michele McGovern for Senator Nelson and to Greg Langowski of Senator Marco Rubio's office. We told them why we were against the plan 
Heading home, we came upon a Border Control car. We all drove by giving the driver a thumbs up. He's trying to do his job. Now it will be up to our elected representatives. Are they up to the task?
 - Lynn Anderson
We got the petitions delivered to Nelson and Rubio's offices today and spent about 45 minutes at each office.  The staff were very polite at both offices.  Rubio's office manager claimed not to have heard of NumbersUSA.  We found that hard to believe. Also, he said that "the House isn't going to pass this bill."  I found that interesting. 
 - Lelsley Blackner 

IFIRE event in Indianapolis
IFIRE event in Indianapolis
 Indianapolis, Indiana - Cheree Calabro of Indiana Federation for Immigration Reform and Enforcement (IFIRE):
 We held a small rally on the street in Indianapolis and passed out flyers including yours.  We delivered the 7,000 anti-Amnesty petition signatures to Senators Coats and Donnelly’s offices.  We had an hour-long meeting with each of their legislative assistants and were respectfully received.  Both assistants were non-committal about where their bosses stood on S.744 because they were "still reviewing it. 
 Jacksonville, Florida - Joyce Tarnow, President of Floridians for a Sustainable Population:
We met with Adele Griffin in Rubio's office. Only Adele was present and the phones kept interrupting us.  Ms. Griffin listened but was not buying the reasons I had stated about the problems with S. 744 nor the unfulfilled promises from 1986.  I quoted the polls showing Rubio's slide since S 744 was released to the public both among highly conservative, somewhat conservative and Hispanics.  In handing over the unboxed 480 pages of names, I emphasized the 19,000 signatures were of Floridians.  I gave her a printout of the 4 Big Problems analysis by NumbersUSA.

We the People's California Crusaders event
We the People's California Crusaders event
  Columbia, South Carolina - Roan Garcia of Americans Have Had Enough
Roan Garcia and his group Americans Have Had Enough held a press conference with two State Representatives from South Carolina.  Reps. Tom Corbin and Mike Burns have both introduced resolutions opposing the Gang of 8’s bill and proposing their own measures on how to fix our immigration system including a secure border and mandatory E-Verify.  Their event got coverage, while the pro-amnesty protesters were left screaming at the walls outside of the State Capitol.   
 Watch the news clip on their press conference here
St. Louis, Missouri - Citizen Activist Marty:
 Silvia and I met and then we walked into McCaskill's office.  We then went 10 minutes by car to Blunt's.  We described what we had showed them the 176 pages and asked for confirmation once the senators received the documents.  I told them it was from NumbersUSA and I handed them my personal card.
New York City - New Yorkers for Immigration Control and Enforcement (NY ICE):
The citizens ofNew York and New Jersey join in a nation-wide coalition of citizen lobbyist and border control organizations on this day in calling on Congress to solve the illegal immigration crisis that has plagued the U.S. for decades.    
Watch this entire press conference here!   

Remember 1986 Event
Remember 1986 Event
Phoenix, Arizona - Rusty Childress of Remember 1986: 
The petitions were successfully delivered!  We had a couple TV crews and a couple of print sources.  It was not a slow news day though. Besides the tornado, we were upstaged by Jodi Arias doing a live feed from the courthouse at 9:30am. We also had the occupy anarchists folks stop me cold during my speech, and it went downhill from there.  Police were involved.  We finally made a human circle so that our speakers could say what they came to say.
Madison, Wisconsin - Dave Gorak of Midwest Coalition to Reduce Immigration:
I spent 30 minutes with Sen. Baldwin's aide and gave him the petition, poll and "4 Big Problems"material.  I said if Baldwin supports this amnesty I would like an explanation from her defending her decision to throw 22 million jobless Americans under the bus. 

Outside Senate offices in Seattle, WA
Outside Senate offices in Seattle, WA
Seattle, Washington - Craig Keller of Respect Washington:
Albert, Josh and I visited Sen. Murray and Sen. Cantwell offices inside to delivery the NumbersUSA petition.  I have asked for official written response from each senator to be sent to me.  Once received I will than forward responses to NumbersUSA.  The Cantwell aide was particularly impressed with the great number of Washington State signers (5800). It was a good day!  At least rain did not dampen our activity.

Press Conference in Yamika Valley
Press Conference in Yamika Valley
Yakima, Washington - Bob West of Grass Roots of Yakima:
 Despite the cold and rain, a small group huddled in Yakima’s Millennium Plaza on Tuesday morning as part of a series of nationwide protests against a U.S. Senate proposal for immigration reform.
The “Remember 1986” rallies are an attempt by opponents of a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants to show the shortcomings of the 1986 Immigration Control and Reform Act, local organizer Bob West said.
West said the 1986 immigration bill, like the current one, promised and then failed to provide increased border security, which should be the priority.
 “Fool me once, it’s on me; fool me twice, I’m done,” said West, the leader of the conservative group Grassroots of Yakima Valley.” 
Read this entire article from the Yakima Herald Republic here.   And watch the clip of the press conference from KNDO station here
Thank you once again to everyone who participated!  If your group has feedback or pictures you would like to be included on this blog, please send them to NumbersUSA.
MELANIE OUBRE is the Local Activism Coordinator for NumbersUSA 
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If you want to change something, this is what has to be done.  You have to get up off your asses and MAKE it happen.  No one is going to do it for you.  If they had had such a demonstration like this here in California, I would have attended.  I would have adjusted my work schedule and MADE the time - even if it cost me a few dollars in pay.  You can't make an omelet without breaking a few eggs.  But an event like this here in California - especially So. Cal?  Not bloody likely with this part of the state being 65% - 70% Mestizo.  Now up north where it's only 45% - 50% would be a little more likely, but just a  little more.
The same thing applies to the cause of National Socialism.  We have to make things happen.  WE have to get out there and distribute literature.  WE have to run for attainable low level offices.  And WE have to be willing to attend a REAL protest where it will do some good like in D.C., rather than Hackensack, NJ (no offense to Hackensack intended) where it will be nothing but street theatre.  And enough of us have to be willing to attend (50 minimum) and not a pathetic ten or twenty which is typical these days.  And WE have to be willing to $upport our cause.  I hate to keep sounding like all I care about is money, but no organization can function effectively without adequate funding.
Also, what made these events so effective is that they were attended by ordinary people - not extremists is WW II costumes - just plain folk.  When the ANP can get enough "just plain folk" to attend, that's when we'll have an outdoor public event.  Will you be one of them?  Hail Victory!
Dan 88!

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Garcetti wins race for L.A. mayor; Greuel concedes

By Seema Mehta and Laura J. Nelson

May 22, 2013, 3:27 a.m.

Wendy Greuel called Eric Garcetti early Wednesday morning to concede the mayoral election, a Greuel campaign source told The Times, ending a two-year campaign to determine Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's successor and the new political leader of Los Angeles.

Garcetti will be the first elected Jewish mayor of the city. At 42, he will also be the youngest in more than a century. He is scheduled to take office July 1.

"Thank you, Los Angeles," Garcetti wrote in a tweet posted at 2:52 a.m. PDT. "The hard work begins but I am honored to lead this city for the next four years. Let's make this a great city again."

During early returns Tuesday, Greuel led the race by a slight margin. But as the night wore on, Garcetti's lead grew. Election tallies from the city clerk's office posted at 1:38 a.m., with nearly 73% of precincts reporting, showed Greuel had fallen 8 points behind Garcetti.

After seeing those numbers -- Greuel 46%, Garcetti 54% -- she called Garcetti at 1:42 a.m. to concede the race.

"It was positive," the source, who would only speak on the condition of anonymity, told The Times. Greuel told Garcetti, "Congratulations. You did a great job. I'll officially concede tomorrow, but it looks like the results are in."

Greuel is expected to officially concede the election in Van Nuys on Wednesday morning.

She had hoped that absentee ballots, which are sometimes counted later than ballots cast at polling places, could make a difference, the source said.

"When there was evidence that the absentees weren’t exactly as everyone thought, you begin to think, if that’s wrong, what else is wrong? You hold out, you wait for the results to come in and wait for the votes to be counted. That’s what Wendy Greuel did.”

Greuel was positive and upbeat and went into election day aware of the race's contours, the campaign source said.

"The math tells you it’s going to be an uphill battle," the source said. "So you prepare yourself, and that’s what she did."

Garcetti, a city councilman, and Greuel, the city controller, were onetime City Council allies. Both raised in the San Fernando Valley, Garcetti and Greuel were vying to be the leader of a city of 3.8 million people that has only recently shown signs of lifting itself out of a five-year economic mire -- one that triggered perennial budget deficits, layoffs and cuts in basic services such as street paving and tree trimming.

After pushing past six other candidates in the March primary, Garcetti and Greuel leaned on large, unregulated spending by outside groups. Garcetti repeatedly criticized Greuel for the nearly $6 million that outside groups, including the union for Department of Water and Power workers, contributed to her campaign.

At $33 million, the mayoral campaign was the most expensive in city history. The flood of money and advertising from those groups largely went toward tearing down the two contenders, alienating many Angelenos who hadn't already been left cold.

Garcetti spent three terms representing a district that includes Hollywood and Silver Lake.

As city budget deficits spiraled into the hundreds of millions of dollars, Garcetti -- then the council president -- was at the center of negotiations to balance the books. He helped persuade his council colleagues to agree to cutbacks, including reducing the city workforce, raising the retirement age for future civilian workers from 55 to 65 and increasing the amount employees pay toward pensions and healthcare.

Before she was elected controller, Greuel, 51, represented parts of the San Fernando Valley on the council for eight years.

She began her political career working in Mayor Tom Bradley’s office, worked for the Department of Housing and Urban Development during the Clinton administration and served as a political operative at DreamWorks SKG.

In the primary, Greuel and Garcetti defeated three serious but underfunded contenders -- Republican radio host and attorney Kevin James, Councilwoman Jan Perry and technology executive Emanuel Pleitez. All three endorsed Garcetti.


What's really pathetic is that in this election is that in a city of 4 million registered voters only about 350,000 bothered to vote.  I'll bet most of them used the old "W" excuse.  "I didn't have time.  I had to work."  Whine, whine, whine.  Well, they'll get the mayor they deserve and they have no right to complain about it.  I rarely vote in federal or state elections except for the propositions, but I do for local elections.  Even though Los Angeles is the second largest city in the United States, the mayoral election is still a local election.  More people should have made the time.  The thing is, I don't like or trust either of the two candidates.  In my opinion they are both self-serving systemites who will never work for the benefit of the working and middle classes.  But if  I lived in LA and there was a candidate I liked, I would have FOUND the time to get to the polls.  You can also vote absentee if time is so tight.

As to Garcetti being a Jew, I say good.  At least he's out in the open now.  I prefer my enemies in the light rather than the shadows.

Some people are complaining that LA is getting another Mestizo mayor.  Well what do you expect considering California is 60% Latino?  Anyway Garcetti is not Mestizo - at least not fully.  He is one third Italian (hence his family name), one third Spanish, and one third Mestizo.  That makes him only one third Mestizo.  Then again he is a Jew therefore not truly European at all. But whatever he is, I would call him more Jewish than Mestizo.

What's really important to remember about him is that he is nothing more than another sock puppet politician and the only ones who will benefit from him are those with the money that put him in office in the first place - and that definitely is not going to be the working and middle classes.  But like I always say, people get the leaders they deserve.  Los Angeles just did.

In all fairness, I would like to say that I agree with Garcetti on one point:  Raising the retirement age of city workers from 55 to 65.  Now if any of you reading this are city workers, I just don't think it's fair that you can collect your benefits at 55 while the rest of us have to wait an additional ten years or more.  Americans are living longer lives than before.  That means a longer working life, not a longer retirement unless you can provide for yourselves.  

I also don't think city workers should be paid 100% retirement.  Why should they get the same pay for retirement as they did for working - more if they have some Social Security coming?  Getting paid more to not work than to work just doesn't make sense to me.  It's a perk that we can no longer afford.  Sorry, but that's how I see things.

Dan 88!

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

ANP News and Announcements

Well May is nearly over with.  Time is just zipping by.  Remember that Blue Oyster Cult song, "Don't Fear The Reaper"?  Leave it to a YOUNG man to write a song like that.   That's okay.  The Reaper will be visiting him soon enough.  Then we'll see whether he fears or not.  The Reaper will visit us ALL sooner or later.

Anyway, our next issue of the White Worker will be out soon.  If you're in good standing you'll get yours.  If not...

BTW, for those of you who have never seen a copy of the White Worker and are wondering what it's like, for the first time you can download a copy free from the main website.  Just click on the link.  This copy includes a few articles by yours truly including one on America's Death Camps during WW II.  If you like it and you are not an Official Supporter, you can subscribe for one annual donation of just $20.  That's less than $2.00 an issue.  It's a bargain if you ask me.  You can become an Official Supporter for a minimum monthly donation of $10 and your copy will be free.  That's about 30 cents a day.  That's a bargain too.

Also, next Monday is Memorial Day.  Three day weekend!  Well for most it is.  If you haven't had much time for literature distribution you will this weekend and still have time for a beginning of summer BBQ.

Finally, we'll be doing another episode of ANP Talk Shoe Radio this Saturday at 5:00 PM Pacific Time.  Now that we've finished our episodes on the 25 Points Of National Socialism we'll be back discussing current issues.  Remember you can access the show right from this blog using the Talk Shoe gadget in the right side bar.

Well, that's about it.  Enjoy your long weekend.

Dan 88!

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Israeli Motorists Shocked When Nazi Flag Seen Flying Near Palestinian Mosque

By Sharona Schwartz | The Blaze 

The Nazi flag flying in Beit Omar (Photo Courtesy: Shneior Nachum Sochat, Tazpit News Agency)
Israeli settlers on their morning commute got quite the eyeful Monday morning when they saw a swastika-emblazoned red flag flying near a mosque in Beit Omar, a Palestinian village outside of Hebron.
Thousands of residents of Jewish settlements near Hebron and Bethlehem in Judea (the southern West Bank) drive to and from work on the road from which the flag was visible.
The Tazpit News Agency, which photographed the flying Nazi flag, reports residents "were astounded" to see the symbol under which millions of Jews were massacred during World War II now being prominently displayed by residents of a Palestinian town.
Uri Arnon, who saw the flag, told Tazpit News Agency: "I felt we were going back 75 years, losing our hold on the land. The Arabs no longer feel the need to hide their murderous tendencies, announcing out loud that they wish to destroy us."
Aryeh Savir of the Tazpit News Agency tells The Blaze, "The IDF's [Israel Defense Forces] Coordination Office of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT) latest response is that they are waiting for members of the Palestinian electricity company to come in and remove it because it is on power lines."
Israeli Motorists Shocked when Nazi Flag Seen Flying Near Palestinian MosqueBeit Omar, also known as Beit Ummar, is located in a part of the West Bank known as Area B in which the Palestinian Authority runs the day-to-day civilian affairs, while the IDF is responsible for military and national security related issues.
There has been a history of Nazi sympathies among some Palestinians. Most notoriously, the Palestinian leader Haj Amin al Husseini who served as Grand Mufti of Jerusalem during the 1920s and 1930s, was an outspoken Nazi collaborator and even met with Adolf Hitler. He also recruited Muslims to serve in the SS. This  famous photo with Hitler was taken in 1941.

Just last week, Columbia University Professor Joseph Massad was widely criticized for posting a column on Al Jazeera's website in which he claimed that Zionism is anti-Semitic and that there is an "affinity between Nazis and Zionists." Due to the outpouring of criticism, Al Jazeera removed the column form its site over the weekend.
Well if anyone still doesn't believe that the Fuhrer met and allied himself with non-Aryans other than the Japanese I hope this settles that issue.  The article - which was written by a Jewess - also states that Muslims were recruited into the SS non-Aryan Division.
Take notice how the Jews have made this into some kind of "death threat":
Uri Arnon, who saw the flag, told Tazpit News Agency: "I felt we were going back 75 years, losing our hold on the land. The Arabs no longer feel the need to hide their murderous tendencies, announcing out loud that they wish to destroy us."
All these Muslims are doing is stating they are resisting Israeli domination.  I would hardly call the flying of a single flag as a death threat.  And of course if there is any excuse to bring up the Holohoax the Jews will always grab at it.  Part of the way they continue to hold their power is to make the rest of us feel guilty about "how they have been treated."  And unfortunately they've done a damn good job of it too.
For those of you who feel we shouldn't have any alliances with those "Towel Heads" or "Sand Niggers" let me remind you of an old saying, "My enemy's enemy is my friend."

I would like to thank Chairman Suhayda for sending this to me.
Dan 88!