Sunday, May 31, 2015

Good Medical Advice

Recognized around the world for his unique perspective on weight-loss and health maintenance,
Dr. Fu K. Yu has been the Keynote Speaker numerous times at the World Weight-Loss Symposium.

Although his methods and style might seem unusual, he has the statistics to stand behind his advice.

His advice may extend your or a loved one's life.

Here are some excerpts from a recent question and answer session with Dr. Yu:

Q: Doctor, I've heard that cardiovascular exercise can prolong life. Is this true?
A: Your heart only good for so many beats, and that it... Don't waste on exercise. Everything wear out eventually. Speeding up heart not make you live longer; it like saying you extend life of car by driving faster. Want to live longer? Take nap.
Q: Should I reduce my alcohol intake? 
A: No, not at all. Wine made from fruit. Brandy is distilled wine, that mean they take water out of fruity bit so you get even more of goodness that way. Beer also made of grain. Bottom up!
Q: How can I calculate my body/fat ratio?
A: Well, if you have body and you have fat, your ratio one to one. If you have two bodies, your ratio two to one, etc.
Q: What are some of the advantages of participating in a regular exercise program?
A: Can't think of single one, sorry. My philosophy is: No pain...good!
Q: Aren't fried foods bad for you? 
A: YOU NOT LISTENING! Food are fried these day in vegetable oil. In fact, they permeated by it. How could getting more vegetable be bad for you?!?
Q: Will sit-ups help prevent me from getting a little soft around the middle?
A: Definitely not! When you exercise muscle, it get bigger.. You should only be doing sit-up if you want bigger stomach.
Q: Is chocolate bad for me? 
A: Are you crazy?!? HEL-LO-O!! Cocoa bean! Another vegetable! It best feel-good food around!
Q: Is swimming good for your figure? 
A: If swimming good for your figure, explain whale to me.
Q: Is getting in shape important for my lifestyle? 
A: Hey! 'Round' is shape!

Saturday, May 30, 2015

If It Looks Like A Duck…

It seems that we are constantly hearing in the media about some Black person complaining about how he was discriminated against by a White person.  As a racialist, I am constantly on the lookout for examples of this discrimination.  I just don’t see it.

In 2010 I made a road trip to Tennessee with a stop in Memphis.  I saw no examples of racism, or Blacks being treated “badly” by Whites.  I was diligently looking for such things and I just couldn’t find them.

A couple of years ago there was an incident in a fashionable boutique in Switzerland involving Oprah Winfrey.  She says she was given the bum’s rush by employees.  There were immediately cries of racism. 

I started to think, “Could there have been another reason for her being treated like ‘poor trash’?” 
Then I read that Ms. Winfrey admitted herself that she entered this very upscale establishment in a very shabby manner of dress.

A few days later I read an interesting report from a local investigative journalist – a White journalist.

She contacted some of the African Americans who claimed to have suffered through similar experiences as Ms. Winfrey.  She observed that in every case not one of these so-called “victims” dressed in conventional manner.  They all dressed in Hip Hop Gangsta attire, or Rastafarian clothes.  That got her to thinking.
She wondered if they were being discriminated against because of their race, or because of the way they dressed, so she tried a little experiment.  She put on an old t shirt and faded jeans and went to the same establishments that they had gone to which were all upscale stores and boutiques – some on Los Angeles’s famous Rodeo Drive.  

When she got there, she saw that the employees were treating her like she was invisible.  When she asked for some service, they responded in a very “tired” manner, as if they didn’t want to be bothered because it was a waste of time.

She still wasn’t convinced her theory about appearance was correct, so she asked her 22-year-old daughter for help.  Her daughter was very much into the Goth (Gothic) look.  For those who aren’t sure what that is, that’s young people who dress in the Goth style and go around looking like rock singers Marilyn Manson and the Smashing Pumpkins with white make up, black lipstick and fingernail polish, and Addams-Family like clothing.

The daughter went to the same stores as her mother did a few days earlier.  She was treated even worse.  The employees couldn’t wait to get rid of her.

A week later the mom returned to those very same stores, however this time she had her hair done, was wearing makeup, and a nice suit of clothes and shoes.  This time she had no problems at all.  She wasn’t in the store two minutes when an employee asked if she could help her, and was treated with courtesy the whole time.

She was convinced.  It wasn’t the color of the skin of those African Americans that the store employees were reacting to, it was their appearance.  After all, if you dress like a “gangsta” you very well could be a gangsta.  Why would anyone want to look like a criminal if they aren’t one?  And even if they aren’t one, why take the chance?  If I owned a store and someone came into it looking like a dirt bag, that’s how I’m going to treat him.  

So the next time an African American claims some business discriminated against him or treated him like a sleaze bucket, I suggest they take a good look in the mirror before lodging a complaint.  Maybe it’s not the color of their skin, but what was covering it that was the problem.  If you walk into a high class place dressed like Snoop Dog or 50 Cent that could be the reason for your poor treatment.

You might say, “Well Snoop and 50 dress like that all the time and no one gives them a bad time.”  Maybe so, but you’re not Snoop or 50.

They say, “You can’t judge a book by its cover.”  

But they also say, “If it looks like a duck and sounds like a duck it’s probably a duck.” 

Dan 88!

Friday, May 29, 2015

Ferguson Protesters Now Protesting Over Not Getting Paid

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 09:26 AM
By John Blosser
Image: Ferguson Protesters Now Protesting Over Not Getting Paid

At least some of the protesters who looted, rioted, burned buildings and overturned police cars in Ferguson, Missouri, last year were promised payment of up to $5,000 per month to join the protests.

However, when the Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE), the successor group to the now-bankrupt St. Louis branch of ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now), stiffed the protesters, they launched a sit-in protest at the headquarters of MORE and created a Twitter page to demand their money, the Washington Times reports.

Former U.S. Rep. Allen B. West noted on his website, "Instead of being thankful for getting off the unemployment line for a few weeks and having a little fun protesting, the paid rioters who tore up Ferguson, MO, are protesting again.

"First of all, can you even imagine getting paid $5,000.00 a month for running around holding a sign and burning down an occasional building? That's around $1,250.00 per week. Try making that at McDonald's or Starbucks."

The Kansas City Star estimates that the Ferguson riots, characterized as a spontaneous eruption of anger over the shooting of unarmed black criminal Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, cost the county $4.2 million.

Millennial Activists United (MAU) posted a letter on their website stating, "On May 14, 2015 many individuals and organizations of the protest movement that began in Ferguson, Missouri, organized a sit-in in the office of Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE). The demand was simple: Cut the checks. The protesters say they are unable to pay their bills after taking time to travel to Ferguson.

"Questions have been raised as to how the movement is to sustain when white non-profits are hoarding monies collected of off (sic) black bodies? When we will (sic) hold the industry of black suffering accountable? The people of the community are fed up and the accountability begins here and now," the letter continues.

"There is an insidious strand of racism and white supremacy that exists in this movement. This money is typically in the hands of white people who oversee the types of services that the non-profit provides, while having select token black people to spearhead the conversations within and to the community."

MORE is funded by liberal billionaire George Soros, the Times notes, through his Open Society Foundations (OSF). 

The OSF, the Times states, paid for activists from various protest groups to travel to Ferguson and take part in the demonstrations.

Akiba Solomon of Colorlines stated, "More than 500 of us have traveled from Boston, Chicago, Columbus, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Nashville, Portland, Tucson, Washington, D.C., Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and other cities to support the people of Ferguson and help turn a local moment into a national movement," the Times noted.

"There's absolutely no doubt that part of the reason that Ferguson flared up was because protesters were being paid to be there. That makes you wonder how many are being paid in Baltimore? How many more will be paid in the future?" The Right Scoop asked.

Protesters directed much of their anger against MORE director Jeff Ordower, former Missouri head of ACORN and ACORN's Midwest operations, FrontPage Mag reports.

"The unpaid rent-a-mob operatives complain that MORE stiffed them the same way ACORN did to hired protesters throughout its 40 years of radical left-wing rabble-rousing," FrontPage Mag reports.


This doesn't surprise me one bit.  The left wing has long been notorious for "paying" their activists whilst we Nation Socialists toil WITHOUT pay.  Nay, we don't even get our expenses paid.  We bear the cost of our activism ourselves. No one comes around with a pot of money for us.

Now I don't want to sound like I'm whining or feeling sorry for myself.  I'm not and I don't. The point I'm getting at is how sincere is a protester who is being PAID?  And how many of these paid protesters wouldn't have come if they weren't?  Knowing the American public's apathy, I'd guess-timate that ten, maybe fifteen percent of those who showed up would have come without a paycheck.

It also makes me wonder how many of these paid protesters also indulged in the looting that went on.  Not all I'm sure, but some surely did.  The organizations that offered them money to come could be held liable for damages.  I'm sure they won't.  

Comrades, you know that all of our efforts are unpaid.  If we ever do have public demonstrations, they too will be unpaid.  We won't even get gas money.  There's the difference between us and them.  We're sincere volunteers.  They are hired stooges.

Have a nice weekend.

Dan 88!

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Poll: 74 Percent of Americans Dissatisfied With U.S. Direction


Just one-quarter of Americans now say they are satisfied with the "way things are going" in the nation, down from 32 percent in January and February, and the rest are dissatisfied, a new poll reveals.
Satisfaction ranged between 20 percent and 27 percent in 2014 before rising to 32 percent at the beginning of this year, only to drop to 26 percent in May, according to the Gallup poll.
The historical average dating back to 1979 is 36 percent.
A majority of Gallup poll respondents were satisfied with the nation's direction between 1998 and mid-2002, reaching a record high of 71 percent in February 1999 with Bill Clinton in the White House.
But satisfaction levels plunged during the George W. Bush administration and reached a record low of 7 percent in October 2008 as the economy tanked and the stock market plummeted.
Satisfaction rose to 36 percent in President Obama's first term, but it has not returned to that level since then, bottoming out at 11 percent at one point during his presidency.
Asked to cite the problems that they consider "most important" for the country, "dissatisfaction with government" was named by the largest percentage of respondents, 14 percent.
That mirrors the results of another recent poll, by Rasmussen Reports, which found that just 10 percent of Americans rate Congress' overall performance as excellent or good, while 59 percent say it is poor.
In the Gallup survey, the economy was the second most-cited problem, at 12 percent, followed by unemployment at 10 percent.
Other problems cited include race relations and racism (8 percent), immigration/illegal aliens (6 percent), a decline in moral, religious and family ethics (6 percent), healthcare (5 percent), and terrorism (5 percent).
The gap between rich and poor, national security, and education each got 4 percent.
Gallup observed that dissatisfaction with government, the economy, and unemployment "remain at the forefront of Americans' concerns, and may be driving Americans' high level of dissatisfaction with the nation's direction."
America is beginning to awaken.  But are they awake enough to actually start doing something about it?  A few are, but the majority are still a bit groggy.  Most people believe that things will get better in due time as they always do.  Well, they may be right - to a point.
When things are bad, in time things improve - but never to point they were at before they were bad.
Imagine trying to walk up a flight of stairs.  At first you're able to climb one stair at a time.  Then right in the middle you take two steps up, but then are pushed back three. Take two more up, then you're pushed back another three.  At this rate not only will you never make it to the top, but eventually you'll find yourself back at the bottom. 
That's just what's happening in this country now.  For every step forward we take we're pushed back two by the government, the One Percent, and anyone else that is interested in maintaining the status quo.
On the side we have the liberals who believe that anything new, must also be improved such as legalizing drugs, same sex marriage, open borders, multiculturalism, and other things.  None of these things ever work, but they refuse to admit they were wrong.  They keep saying to give it time.  Just how much time do we give them?
Folks, the only true path to an improved society is through National Socialism.  NS stands for morality, decency, responsibility, family, social justice, an economy that benefits all instead of just a few, and honor.
If you believe in these principles then lets start doing something about it.  If the majority continue to leave everything up to just a few, then nothing will ever get done.
Aw, I'm busy.  I don't have the time.  Can't someone else do it?
I got news for you buddy:  YOU ARE THAT SOMEONE ELSE!

Dan 88!

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Appeals court refuses to lift hold on Obama immigration action

A federal appeals court refused Tuesday to allow the implementation, for now, of President Obama's executive action that could shield from deportation as many as 5 million illegal immigrants. 
The U.S. Justice Department had asked the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reverse U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen's earlier decision temporarily halting the administration's plan. Hanen issued the temporary hold in February, after 26 states filed a lawsuit alleging Obama's action was unconstitutional. 
Two out of the three judges on a court panel, though, voted Tuesday to deny the government's request, as the underlying case is argued. 
White House Spokesperson Brandi Hoffine said after the ruling, "today, two judges of the Fifth Circuit chose to misinterpret the facts and the law in denying the government's request for a stay."   
The majority opinion reasoned that lifting the temporary hold -- known in judicial parlance as issuing a "stay" -- could cause serious problems for states should they ultimately win their challenge. It said the states have shown that "issuance of the stay will substantially injure" them. 
It continued: "A stay would enable DAPA beneficiaries to apply for driver's licenses and other benefits, and it would be difficult for the states to retract those benefits or recoup their costs even if they won on the merits. That is particularly true in light of the district court's findings regarding the large number of potential beneficiaries, including at least 500,000 in Texas alone." 
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton praised Tuesday's decision. 
"The separation of powers and check and balances remain the law of the land, and this decision is a victory for those committed to preserving the rule of law in America," he said in a written statement. 
The White House has said the program is intended to primarily help immigrants brought to the U.S. as children and those with children who are U.S. citizens. 
It wasn't immediately clear if the government would appeal, either to the full appeals court in New Orleans or to the U.S. Supreme Court. 
The states suing to block the plan, led by Texas, argue that Obama acted outside his authority and that the changes would force them to invest more in law enforcement, health care and education. 
The White House has repeated its position that the president has exclusive authority to enforce immigration laws and can adjust policies to fix a "broken immigration system." Fourteen states have sided with Obama in the case, and say the benefits of immigration outweigh the costs. 
Justice Department lawyers sought a stay while they appealed the injunction. They argued that keeping the temporary hold interfered with the Homeland Security Department's ability to protect the U.S. and secure the nation's borders. 
They also said immigration policy is a domain of the federal government, not the states. 
But, in Tuesday's ruling, 5th Circuit judges Jerry Smith and Jennifer Walker Elrod denied the stay, saying in an opinion written by Smith that the federal government lawyers are unlikely to succeed on the merits of that appeal. Judge Stephen Higginson dissented. 
"The president's attempt to do this by himself, without a law passed by Congress and without any input from the states, is a remarkable violation of the U.S. Constitution and laws," Paxton said. 
Obama announced the executive action in November, saying lack of action by Congress forced him to make sweeping changes to immigration rules on his own. Republicans said Obama overstepped his presidential authority. 
The first of Obama's orders -- to expand a program that protects young immigrants from deportation if they were brought to the U.S. illegally as children -- was set to take effect Feb. 18. The other major part, extending deportation protections to parents of U.S. citizens and permanent residents who have been in the country for some years, had been scheduled to begin May 19. 
Hanen issued his injunction believing that neither action had taken effect. But the Justice Department later told Hanen that more than 108,000 people had already received three-year reprieves from deportation as well as work permits. Hanen said the federal government had been "misleading," but he declined to sanction the government's attorneys. 
The Justice Department has also asked the 5th Circuit to reverse Hanen's overall ruling that sided with the states. A decision on that appeal, which will be argued before the court in July, could take months. 
Along with Texas, the states seeking to block Obama's action are Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, West Virginia and Wisconsin. 
I noticed that California is not on the list of states trying to block Obama's actions. Why should they?  We all know that the entire damn state is a sanctuary for illegals. However what is important is King Obama has been taken down a peg.  Yet still, in the long run it might have served our cause better if the injunction was lifted.  The worse things are, the more likely people will turn to National Socialism.  Things are much worse in Europe which is why NS is having a rebirth there.
It is still gratifying to see the rug pulled out from under Obama.
But this is not over yet by any means.  Like the article said the matter is being taken to the Circuit Court.  If Obama loses there, he still has the Supreme Court.  
However, that can be dragged out for couple of years and Obama will be history in just 19 months. Then it will be up to his successor.  God help this country if that's Shrillary Clinton.  I don't know about you, but whether we're talking about her or her husband, I'm so sick and tired of hearing that name.  I hope Chelsea doesn't decide to throw her hat in the ring or we'll never be rid of that family.  
FYI, Chelsea is married to a Jew named Marc Mezvinsky.  She's not only a liberal but a race traitor as well.
Dan 88!

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

'Criminal Behavior' Behind Unrest in Baltimore


Americans view a number of factors as having contributed to the recent outbreak of violence and unrest in Baltimore, chief among them "people taking advantage to engage in criminal behavior," a new survey reveals.
The poll by the Pew Research Center found that 61 percent of respondents believe that factor contributed a "great deal" to the violence, 21 percent said it contributed a "fair amount," 8 percent said "not too much," 5 percent said "not at all," and 5 percent had no opinion.
A majority of black respondents, 54 percent, agreed that "people taking advantage to engage in criminal behavior" contributed a "great deal" to the unrest, compared to 66 percent of whites.
The second most-cited factor was "tensions between the African-American community and police" — 56 percent overall and 65 percent of blacks said tensions contributed a "great deal" and 24 percent said a "fair amount."
Half of respondents said that "anger over the death of Freddie Gray" contributed "a great deal" to the violence and unrest, 27 percent said a "fair amount," and just 13 percent said "not too much."
"Poverty, lack of opportunities in some neighborhoods" contributed a "great deal," according to 40 percent of respondents and 50 percent of blacks, while 28 percent overall said it contributed a "fair amount."
Regarding all four factors in the survey, a majority of respondents believe each contributed at least a "fair amount" to the troubles.
But Democrats and Republicans were sharply split — 76 percent of Republicans said "people taking advantage" contributed a "great deal" while just 54 percent of Democrats agreed.
Pew also found that 65 percent of those polled said it was the "right decision" to bring criminal charges against Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, and just 16 percent said it was the "wrong decision." The rest had no opinion.
Among blacks, 78 percent said it was right, compared to 60 percent of whites. Three-quarters of Democrats said it was the right decision, but only 45 percent of Republicans agreed.
Asked about news organizations' coverage in Baltimore, 44 percent said the media gave the unrest and acts of violence "too much" coverage, 12 percent said "too little," and 38 percent said "the right amount."
But 37 percent of respondents said the media gave too little coverage to the "non-violent protests over Freddie Gray's death," compared to 22 percent who said "too much."
However, just 20 percent said news organizations' overall coverage was "poor."
I say this is actually good news.  Let the Blacks riot and loot.  They are only destroying their own neighbourhoods and digging their own graves.
Incidents like the Baltimore and Ferguson riots (there have been others in the last year) are only increasing the racial divisiveness and and further drawing the line between Whites and Blacks.  
More and more White people are getting sick and tired of being the whipping boy for Black troubles, or admit their parents and grandparents are at fault but refuse to take the blame and make restitution for things done by previous generations.  
I agree.  A person is responsible for his own acts, and not anyone else's.  If my father burned a cross in a Black person's yard, I don't owe an apology to anyone.  He owes the apology, not me.  I didn't do it and I won't take responsibility for it just because he was my father.
If I'm not mistaken, I believe Commander Rockwell predicted all of this in his book "White Power".  He thought this would be happening in the 1980's.  He was wrong about WHEN it would happen but not THAT it would happen.
Dan 88!

Monday, May 25, 2015

Happy Memorial Day

Dan 88!

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Interesting And Humorous Trivia

Many years ago, in Scotland, a new game was invented. It was ruled 'Gentlemen Only...Ladies Forbidden'.. .and thus, the word GOLF entered into the English language.

The first CD pressed in the US was Bruce Springstein's 'Born in the USA.' 

The catfish has over 27,000 taste buds.  (What could be so tasty on the bottom of a pond?)

The first couple to be shown in bed together on prime time TV was Fred and Wilma Flintstone. 

Chocolate kills dogs! Chocolate affects a dog's heart and nervous system. A few ounces is enough to kill a small sized dog.  This is debatable but it definitely will make them sick.

Michael Jordan makes more money from Nike annually than all of the Nike factory workers in Malaysia combined.  Isn't that obscene?

Most dust particles in your house are made from DEAD SKIN!  Gross.

The very first bomb dropped by the Allies on Berlin during World War II killed the only elephant in the Berlin Zoo.  Poor Jumbo (Which by the way in German is Jumbo).

Dachshunds were originally bred in 1600 to hunt dachs, which is German for badgers. (Historically speaking, 1600 was a slow year.) 

Winston Churchill was born in a ladies' room during a dance.  Appropriate as he was a piece of shit.

Adolf Hitler's mother seriously considered having an abortion but was talked out of it by her doctor.  Thank God doctors still had a sense of morality back then.

A cat has 32 muscles in each ear.

Astronauts are not allowed to eat beans before they go into space because passing wind in a spacesuit will damage it (among other reasons lol).

Men can see slightly better than women; women can hear slightly better than men.  No wonder the wife hears you when you grumble an insult under your breath!

An old law in Bellingham, Wash., made it illegal for a woman to take more than 3 steps backwards while dancing.  Now that's a dumb one.

In a study of 200,000 ostriches over a period of 80 years, no one reported a single case where an ostrich buried its head in the sand (or attempted to do so).

Al Capone's (Scarface) business card said he was a used furniture dealer.

If you drop a penny off of the Empire State Building, it will be going 106 miles per hour (terminal velocity) when it reaches the ground. Something moving this fast may actually cause head injuries if it lands on you.

Many years ago in England, pub frequenters had a whistle baked into the rim, or handle, of their ceramic cups. When they needed a refill, they used the whistle to get some service. 'Wet your whistle' is the phrase inspired by this practice.

Dan 88!

Saturday, May 23, 2015

90-Year-Old-Man Beaten To Death By Illegals

By PAUL WALSH And KAREN ZAMORA- Carver County, Minnesota, May 13, 2015

Reinol Godines Vergara, 35, of Richfield.
A stolen Bible led to the arrest of two men charged Wednesday with robbing and fatally beating a 90-year-old man in his Carver County farmhouse.
One of the suspects had recently painted Earl Olander’s house and decided he was “an easy target because he was an old man that lived alone and had money,” the charges say.
The house painter, Reinol Godines Vergara, 35, of Richfield, and his alleged accomplice, Edson Celin-Dominguez Benitez, 29, of St. Paul, are in the Carver County jail in Chaska on second-degree murder charges, with bail set at $1.5 million apiece. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials have placed detainers on both men, which indicates that they are suspected of being illegal immigrants.
Olander’s body was found on April 11, bound with duct tape and severely beaten in his ransacked farmhouse in the 16800 block of Homestead Road in San Francisco Township.
“We hope … that the people of San Francisco Township and Carver County can rest a lot easier tonight knowing they are in jail,” Sheriff’s Cmdr. Paul Tschida said at a Wednesday afternoon news conference in Chaska.
Key to the arrests was a tip from a citizen who found two savings bonds issued to Olander inside the large, European-language Bible while cleaning a St. Paul apartment once occupied by Benitez. Drew Evans, assistant superintendent of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, who also spoke at the news conference, said the case highlights the crucial role citizens can play in solving crimes.
The criminal complaint details how Vergara and Benitez allegedly planned to rob Olander, whose house and shed Vergara had painted.
“The defendant … had recently painted Olander’s house and shed [and] used Olander’s bathroom in his home and had been provided water by Olander while painting his home,” it said.
‘We totally trusted him’
Vergara’s employer at the time was Bill Boecker, a neighbor whose family for years treated Olander as a grand­father and included him in their holiday and birth celebrations.
Boecker said Vergara had worked for him for the past 10 to 12 years and has been with him “side by side renovating my whole house. We’re still not done yet.”
“We totally trusted him,” Boecker said. “And for something like this, we had no clue.”
Over the years, he said, the two had talked about all sorts of things, “normal conversations and about his brother who couldn’t get his life straight and the stupid stuff his brother did.”
Carver County Attorney Mark Metz said Vergara and Benitez drove from the Twin Cities on April 9 or 10 with the intention of robbing Olander. They entered the unlocked home through the back door and found Olander sleeping on a couch, the charges say. They covered his head with a blanket and beat him with a shotgun.
“Mr. Olander struggled with the men,” Metz said. “They beat him in the face, head and body.”
The charges offer a grim account of what police found at the scene: “Olander’s body was bound behind his back with duct tape [that] appeared to be stretched and worn, indicating Olander attempted to free himself. There was also duct tape on both ankles, although his ankles were not bound together when police arrived. … There was significant blood on the carpet [that] formed a large arch pattern, indicating his body has moved back and forth.”
Said Tschida: “It appeared as if he was thrashing about trying to get loose.”
Before the attackers fled, they ransacked Olander’s home and stole the Bible, as well as coins, old silverware and two-dollar bills.
Boecker said he found it “quite ironic that it was the Bible” that helped investigators make the arrests. “Think about that.”
Internet search
The citizen who called police about the Bible found it while cleaning a recently vacated apartment in St. Paul. Inside were two $1,000 saving bonds issued to Olander. The citizen searched the Internet for Olander’s name, found he was a crime victim, and contacted authorities. Investigators found that Benitez had occupied that apartment.
Neither defendant has been convicted of a violent crime in Minnesota. Both have numerous convictions for driving on an invalid or revoked license. Vergara also has been convicted of drunken driving.
Along with the murder allegations, Vergara is in trouble with federal immigration authorities because he is in the country illegally from his native Mexico, his lawyer said.
Attorney Ignatius C. Udeani said the judge raised concerns about Vergara being a flight risk when setting his bail. Udeani said Vergara and Benitez have been friends for about four or five years.
There is also an immigration detainer on Benitez, ICE confirmed Wednesday.
‘It’s devastating’
At Wednesday’s news conference, Olander’s niece, Mary Rothfusz, thanked those who worked on the case. “He was a loving uncle,” she said.
Olander, a lifelong bachelor, lived in a home that had been in his family for many decades on 160 acres about halfway between Chaska and Belle Plaine. His neighbors have described him as independent and generous.

“I loved him,” Bill Boecker’s wife, Maria, said Tuesday night. “It’s devastating. Not a day doesn’t go by when I don’t think about it. I walk by his house every day and planted flowers there today.”
This is what we get for being sympathetic and letting them stay.  An old man gets murdered for a few bucks and a fancy Bible.  Although I'm not religious,it seems to me that when a murderer steals a Bible it's more than a sin - it's blasphemy.  If there is a God, I hope he gives them what they deserve, because I'm sure our liberal justice system will want to show "mercy".
These scum deserve the same mercy they showed their victim.
I don't know if Minnesota has the death penalty but I sure hope they do because it's what these pieces of garbage deserve.  I say we revive the good old method of a slow hanging.  Seems appropriate for these pieces of shit.
Dan 88!