Thursday, March 31, 2016

Icelanders Choose Racial Suicide

Thousands of Icelanders have called on their government to take in more Syrian refugees – with many offering to accomodate them in their own homes and give them language lessons.

Iceland, which has a population of just over 300,000, has currently capped the number of refugees it accepts at 50.

Author and professor Bryndis Bjorgvinsdottir put out a call on Facebook on Sunday asking for Icelanders to speak out if they wanted the government to do more to help those fleeing Syria. More than 12,000 people have responded to her Facebook group “Syria is calling” to sign an open letter to their welfare minister, Eygló Harðar.

Speaking on Iceland’s RÚV television, Bjorgvinsdottir said her country’s attitude was being changed by the tragic news reports. “I think people have had enough of seeing news stories from the Mediterranean and refugee camps of dying people and they want something done now,” she said.

“Refugees are human resources, they have experience and skills,” the Icelandic letter reads.

“Refugees are our future spouses, best friends, or soulmates, the drummer for the band of our children, our next colleague, Miss Iceland in 2022, the carpenter who finally finished the bathroom, the cook in the cafeteria, the fireman, the computer genius, or the television host.”

Many of those posting on the group have said they would offer up their homes and skills to help refugees integrate. “I have clothing, kitchenware, bed and a room in Hvanneyri [western Iceland], which I am happy to share with Syrians,” one wrote. “I would like to work as a volunteer to help welcome people and assist them with adapting to Icelandic society.”

“I want to help one displaced family have the chance to live the carefree life that I do,” another wrote. “We as a family are willing to provide the refugees with temporary housing near Egilsstaðir [eastern Iceland], clothing and other assistance. I am a teacher and I can help children with their learning.”

Iceland’s prime minister, Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson, said he was aware of increasing popular pressure to take in more refugees. “I assume that during Tuesday’s cabinet meeting I will propose the establishment of a special committee of ministers to discuss the problem and evaluate how Icelanders can respond, how we can contribute as much as possible,” he told RÚV.

“It has been our goal in international politics to be of help in as many areas as possible and this is one of the areas where the need is most right now.”


Iceland was recently named the world’s most peaceful country in the Global Peace Index, with Syria the least peaceful.


Comment:

It is really disheartening to see White people - especially Nordics - opt for racial suicide.  It also goes to show you just how generous - and gullible - our Folk can be.  They have no idea what they're getting themselves into.


Things will go one of two different ways.

The first way:


1.  They let in more and more of these "refugees" - most of whom are Muslims.  They will only assimilate as far as they have to in order to get jobs or government assistance.  Then they will stop and claim they don't have to assimilate any further and they have the right to keep their language and their ways - despite the fact that they are living on the generosity of their hosts.  That's like you inviting someone into your home and when they get there they tell you that they don't have to follow your household rules and they have the right to do things their way.


2.  Unemployment will rise.  Immigration creates jobs - but only one job is created for every FIVE immigrants.  As the refugees will work for lower pay than the Icelanders, they will be frozen out (so to speak LOL).


3.  Then the crime rate - especially rape - will increase.  The Icelanders will complain but the police - who are not used to this sort of thing in Iceland - will not be able to adequately cope.


4.  Next the mosques will go up.  Then the minaret bells will chime five times a day - including at sunrise to call Muslims to prayer.  If anyone complains, they'll say they have the right to practice their religion and the Icelanders will just have to live with it.  


5.  The refugees will begin to treat the Icelanders like they are "infidels" because they do not accept the "true faith".  The Icelanders will complain, but the refugees will call them racists.


6. The quality of education will decrease because there are too many students who are not completely fluent in Icelandic.  These students will need special education.  Education taxes will have to be raised to fund them.  The people will complain, but the government will tell them that it has no choice.  The money for special programs has to come from somewhere.


7.  The average Icelandic family has 2.75 children.  The average Muslim family has about 5.  The birth rate amongst refugees will skyrocket.  The Icelanders will find they are slowly becoming a minority in their own land.  Some will complain, but those who do will be called racists.  Most of them will keep silent out of fear of being branded "haters".


OR, things might go this way:


1. - 6. see above.

7.  Icelanders begin to organize and resist the takeover of their homeland by the former guests of the people.  There will be violence.  Some will get hurt.  Basically it will be messy as it is getting that way in many other European countries.

When all is said and done - regardless of which way it goes, the Icelanders will only have themselves to blame.

Interesting info:  Iceland's total population is only about 330,000.  That's not even enough people to make up one large city in the United States.  San Bernardino County where I live has 2,035,210, and is approximately 20,000 square miles.  Iceland is about 100,000 square miles.  Iceland must be a nice place to live - for now.  

Dan 88!

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Trump: Hitler Salute Claim 'Ridiculous'

By Sandy Fitzgerald   |   Tuesday, 08 Mar 2016 09:28 AM


GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump Tuesday dismissed complaints that he made followers at a recent rally raise their hands in a resemblance of a Nazi salute as "ridiculous," saying that he'd just asked for a show of hands to see who would be voting for him. 

"Boy, is that a stretch," Trump told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" program. "That's amazing that that would even be brought up. Of course not. That's ridiculous. This is the first I've heard of it this morning. I was on the "Today" show and they mentioned it and I said, 'What is going on here?' I think it's ridiculous."

He explained that at his "massive" rallies, which attract 25,000 people or more, "we're having actually a great time considering the subject matter is not so good, meaning the country is not doing well."



And as part of that, Trump said he says, "jokingly, raise your hand if you want to, if you swear to endorse me and swear to go vote for me. And the entire place practically laughing and having a good time raises their hands. They're raising their hand in the form of a vote, not in the form of a salute. That is crazy. I can't believe that's even being posed."

Show host Joe Scarborough agreed on the program that the topic is "ridiculous," and called it an "overreach" to think that the show of hands was a salute, as the video of the event shows what had happened better than still photos have been released. 

Trump also told "Today" that his supporters call on him to make a gesture as if he's being sworn in for the presidency. 

The complaints about the photo come after Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto on Monday compared Trump's language to that of dictators Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, and said his campaign has hurt relations between the United States and Mexico. 

Trump's "strident expressions that seek to propose very simple solutions," Nieto told the Excelsior newspaper in Mexico, and language such as Trump uses led to "very fateful scenes in the history of humanity.  

Former Anti-Defamation League director Abe Foxman also said this week that he found the hand-raising disturbing, and that he thinks Trump is fully aware of the gesture's implications. 


"It is a fascist gesture," Foxman told The Times of Israel. "He is smart enough — he always tells us how smart he is — to know the images that this evokes. Instead of asking his audience to pledge allegiance to the United States of America, which in itself would be a little bizarre, he's asking them to swear allegiance to him."

Further, Foxman said the gesture reminded him of salutes from Nazi rallies from the 1930s and 40s.

"As a Jew who survived the Holocaust, to see an audience of thousands of people raising their hands in what looks like the 'Heil Hitler' salute is about as offensive, obnoxious and disgusting as anything I thought I would ever witness in the United States of America," he told The Times.

Comment:

I know this happened a couple of weeks ago, but I just had to make a comment on it.

Here it is:  What a load of crap!

The liberals really are stretching it this time - BEYOND the point of being ridiculous.  And it figures that that Jew Foxman would come up with something like that.  Probably no one even gave it a second thought until HE brought it up.  The left must be really worried about Trump being the next president.

Hmmm.  If a Jew is this worried about Trump, maybe he is worth supporting!  No, not yet.  At least not for me.

BTW, just to let you know just how full of crap Foxman is, he is the so-called historian who wrote the introduction to the Manheim translation of "Mein Kampf".  In it he calls the book "nonsensical", "rambling", and "from the mind of an obvious madman".

We know the truth.  If anyone is nonsensical, it's Foxman.  This Hitler salute stuff is pure nonsense.

Mr. Foxman, when it comes to nonsense, people who live in glass houses...

Dan 88!

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Queen Elizabeth Wants OUT Of The EU



10:43PM GMT 09 Mar 2016



Brexit supporter Michael Gove







Michael Gove was today at the centre of an EU row after he was implicated in leaking details of a private conversation which suggested that the Queen favours leaving the EU.
The Justice Secretary refused to deny that he was the source of a leaked exchange between the Queen and four members of the Privy Council in April 2011. The conversation was reported in the Sun newspaper as evidence that the “Queen backs Brexit”, dragging Her Majesty into the row over Britain’s EU membership for the first time.
Buckingham Palace has issued a complaint to the press complaints watchdog over the report and insisted that the Queen was politically neutral.
There were calls today for Sir Jeremy Heywood, the Cabinet Secretary, to open an urgent investigation into who revealed the details of the conversation, which is said to have taken place in Windsor Castle after a Privy Council meeting.


The Sun reported that the Queen expressed concerns about the direction the European Union was taking during a lunch attended by Mr Gove as well as Nick Clegg, the former deputy prime minister, Cheryl Gillan and Lord McNally, both former members of the Government.

The newspaper alleged that the Queen was critical about European integration and it claimed that a senior source said those present “were left in no doubt about her views on Europe”.
Mr Clegg and Lord McNally strenuously denied that they were the source of the story and described it as “nonsense”. Ms Gillan also denied being the source. However, Mr Gove’s spokesman said: “We don’t comment on private conversations with the Queen.”
Sources close to the Justice Secretary said that they “have no idea who the sources [of the leak] are”.
The dispute came on the day that Mr Gove was made the chairman of the campaigning committee of Vote Leave, the group calling for Britain to leave the EU.
Mr Gove attended the wedding of Rupert Murdoch, the owner of the Sun, at the weekend. It was also claimed that he had dinner with Mr Murdoch in the days before the wedding.
Mr Gove and News UK, which owns the Sun, refused to comment on the claims that the pair had met for dinner.


The Palace said: “The Queen remains politically neutral, as she has for 63 years. We will not comment on spurious, anonymously sourced claims. The referendum is a matter for the British people to decide.” Downing Street last night refused to comment on the claims. David Cameron had his regular audience with the Queen at Buckingham Palace yesterday evening.
Sources close to one of the former ministers who attended the Windsor Castle lunch said the issue of the then ongoing eurozone crisis was raised.
“There was a discussion about Greece, about the eurozone crisis and how you protect European finances,” said one source with knowledge of the discussions. However, they maintained that the Queen had not expressed any concerns that could have led anyone to assume she wanted to leave the EU.
A leading expert on the Privy Council said that the source of the story would have had to breach an 800-year-old oath which is sworn by all privy counsellors.
Members swear not to divulge anything told them by the monarch when they are in his or her presence.
Wes Streeting, the Labour MP, has written to the Cabinet Secretary asking for an investigation into whether the Queen’s alleged comments were leaked in breach of strict protocol. Mr Streeting told Sir Jeremy: “If anyone present at the meeting in question were found to have disclosed information about what was discussed it would be an extremely serious breach of the rules of the Privy Council, and this possibility should, therefore, be thoroughly investigated and acted on accordingly.”


A Buckingham Palace spokesman said today: “We can confirm that we have this morning written to the chairman of the Independent Press Standards Organisation to register a complaint about the front page story in today’s Sun newspaper.

“The complaint relates to Clause 1 of the Editors’ Code of Practice.”
Clause 1 states: “The press must take care not to publish inaccurate, misleading or distorted information or images, including headlines not supported by the text.”
Referring to the newspaper’s report, Mr Clegg said: “It is not true. I have certainly, absolutely no recollection of a conversation like that, which I suspect I would have remembered if it had taken place.”
He added: “I just think it’s wrong that people who want to take us out of the European Union now try and drag the Queen for their own purposes into this European referendum debate.”
A News UK spokesman said: “The Sun stands by its story, which was based upon two impeccable sources and presented in a robust, accessible fashion. The Sun will defend this complaint vigorously.”


Comment:

The Queen's position is not a surprise.  In an earlier article she once said she was concerned that if things keep going the way they are, someday there may be a non-English person (non-White) sitting on the throne.

I agree.  I'm not a big fan of royalty, but if a country does have them, then the only ones who have a right to that throne are those of the race of that country.  Anyone else is nothing less than an interloper.  And when it comes to great Britain the race in question is the WHITE race.



Racially speaking, Queen Elizabeth is old school.  I doubt she believes in integration and race mixing.  For example, when Prince William and Kate Middleton got married, there were no non-White guests.  At least I didn't see anything but pale faces in the audience.  Even the Obama's were not invited.  

It may have been William's wedding, but I'm sure his grandmother had to approve the guest list. 


We are on the threshold now.  Either our time has come again, or it's the beginning of the end.  Only time will tell.  However, we have something to say about it.  If we sit on our asses and wait for "someone else" to do something, then we might as well give up now and accept our eventual extinction - either through genocide or race-mixing.  It really doesn't matter which.  Extinction is extinction regardless of the cause.

But if we stand up and fight for our Folk, at this critical time, we have a chance to turn things around and the oppressed will become the oppressors.  It's happened before and it can happen again.
Dan 88!

Monday, March 28, 2016

Donald Trump is Like Hitler & Mussolini, Says Enrique Peña Nieto

By Erika Miranda (staff@latinpost.com)

State Visit Of The President Of United Mexican States - Day 2

Mexico's President, Enrique Peña Nieto expressed his discontent with Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, comparing him to some of the world's most notorious dictators in history.
The present Mexican president joins the crowd of unhappy Latinos who deem Trump as the one who damaged U.S.-Mexico relations with his blunt opinion about the immigration issue.
"It seems to me that they damage the relationship which Mexico has sought with the U.S.," the Mexican leader said in an interview as stated by El Universal, referring to Trump's statements.
Mexican Leaders' Opinion on Donald Trump
Before the interview, Peña Nieto remained silent about how the Republican frontrunner had been talking about Mexicans even after two of his predecessors weighed in on the matter as previously reported by the Latin Post.
In February, ex-president Vicente Fox strongly denied Trump the satisfaction of getting the Mexico border wall he proposed to keep immigrants from entering the United States.
"I'm not paying for that f---ing wall," he declared in an interview with Fusion, further expressing his worry about how the presidential hopeful is getting support from states with a high Hispanic voting population.
Earlier in the same month, ex-president Felipe Calderon shared his opinion on Trump's wall, calling it a "stupid" idea.
Now, Peña Nieto, who was trying to avoid meddling in U.S. politics, is pitching in his opinion on the business tycoon, whom he compared to notorious power-hungry personalities.
"There have been episodes in human history, unfortunately, where these expressions of strident rhetoric have led to very ominous situations. That's how Mussolini got in, that's how Hitler got in: they took advantage of a situation, a problem perhaps, which humanity was going through at the time, after an economic crisis," he said.
However, when asked if he is worried that Trump may be elected as President of the United States, Peña Nieto shared his belief that no person who insults Mexico would win the White House.
Donald Trump's Campaign Progress
While many are condemning Trump's way of thinking (and, in the same manner, of speaking), he remains the frontrunner for the GOP nomination, as stated by Vox.
The latest results posted as of the writing of this article, Trump has already won 384 delegates and is leading the Republican nomination race, followed by Texas Senator Ted Cruz with 300.
Marco Rubio remained in third place with 151 delegates while the less popular GOP candidate, Ohio Governor John Kasich got 37.
While the race is far from over, Trump's progress continues as more primaries conclude. This leaves the big question of how the November 2016 Presidential Elections would turn out if the business tycoon represented the Republicans and what happens if he wins.
Comment:
Of course Mexican leaders think Trump's idea of a wall along our southern border is stupid.  
Wait just a minute!  I seem to recall that Mexico has a wall along it's southern border.  How come that's not a stupid idea?
Those who are in Mexico illegally are deported immediately - even if they are just "passing through" - which most of them are.  How come that's not racists.  I guess that's because they're all Mestizos.  It's racist for Whites to deport Latinos, but it's okay for Latinos to deport Latinos.  I suppose it's like when Blacks call each other "Nigga".  It's okay for Blacks to say it, but it's racist for Whites to say it.  

Can anyone say "HYPOCRISY"?

The truth is Mexico doesn't know what to do with their impoverished citizens so they encourage them to come here illegally knowing that most Americans are chumps enough to take care of them out of "humanitarianism".

The Mexican government is playing us for suckers and behind all their protestations of friendship and goodwill they are laughing at us.

Dan 88!

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Happy Easter!


Dan 88!


Saturday, March 26, 2016

Surrender on illegal migrants: Britain cannot deport thousands of failed asylum seekers because there is nowhere to send them, admits Home Office minister



Britain is powerless to boot out thousands of illegal immigrants, a minister admitted last night.

In a stark indictment of the UK’s porous borders, Richard Harrington said many could not be deported because they had ‘no place to go’.

By refusing to disclose their nationality – often burning their passports – they can exploit human rights laws that bar the expulsion of failed asylum seekers of unknown origin.

Mr Harrington, who is a Home Office minister, spoke out after MPs criticised the Government for failing to send back illegals. ‘Where would they be deported to, most of them?’ he said. ‘This deportation sounds easy, it sounds a common sense thing to do. But the truth is most of these illegal migrants have got no place to be deported to.’

Tory MPs said the UK had become a ‘soft touch’ and efforts to tackle illegal immigration were at an ‘all-time low’.

Home Office data shows the number kicked out had almost halved from 21,425 in 2004 to just 12,056 last year. The Conservative revolt comes amid mounting anger at David Cameron’s failure to seize back control of Britain’s borders in his EU negotiations ahead of June’s referendum.

Christopher Chope, whose private member’s bill would make it a criminal offence to be an illegal immigrant after June, insisted migrants were given a ‘perverse incentive’ to head to the UK. The Tory MP said they were given a ‘slap on the wrist’ by ‘soft touch’ officials.

‘Public anxiety about illegal immigration is at an all-time high and the effectiveness of the Government in tackling it, in my submission, is at an all-time low,’ he added.

‘If we got tough with illegal migrants in our country then the people smugglers would divert them away from the United Kingdom, because the way people smugglers operate is they are always going to try to use the weakest points of entry.’

Mr Harrington also blamed the Dublin Convention, an EU rule under which migrants are supposed to claim asylum in the first member state they set foot in, for the UK’s inability to deport illegal immigrants.

It is often difficult to establish exactly where an individual first arrived in the EU and, in 2014, Britain sent only 49 asylum seekers back to France – despite thousands making their way here via Calais. 

Migrants are also spared being sent back to homelands judged unsafe.

Challenging Mr Harrington on the convention, Sir Edward Leigh, a Tory Eurosceptic, said: ‘What people can’t understand is where someone has palpably come through perfectly safe countries – Spain, France, Italy – and they’ve arrived here and they’re caught, why can’t they be sent back to France and claim asylum there?’

Figures yesterday showed that a record 1.25 million asylum seekers arrived in the EU last year – more than double the figure from 2014.

The figures from Eurostat, the EU’s official statistical agency, showed that 38,400 lodged claims in the UK – a 19 per cent increase on the year before.

Campaigners and MPs warned the figures were the tip of the iceberg because they cover only official claims and do not take account of migrants who have not claimed asylum.

Many do not immediately seek sanctuary when they arrive in Europe – either waiting until they reach wealthy northern Europe or working illegally in the black market. Analysts estimate more than a million foreigners are living unlawfully in the UK.

A Home Office spokesman said: ‘We have legislated to make it harder for people to lodge spurious appeals and through the Immigration Act 2014 we have made it easier to remove people who should not be in the UK through the introduction of “deport now, appeal later” provisions. 

'The Immigration Bill, currently going through Parliament, will extend these provisions to apply to all human rights claims by migrants, except where removal pending appeal would be in breach of their human rights.’

Comment:

The United States has a similar problem.  You wouldn't believe how many Juan Valdezes, Erik Estradas, and Placido Domingos that ICE takes into custody every year - or maybe you would.

Illegals seem to think that if the authorities don't know who they really are and where they really come from, they have to be let go.

At least here in the United States they get a big shock when they try that.  They are either deported to Mexico if they are obviously Latino because that's the country they were arrested coming into the United States from.  

Mexico objects to this policy claiming many non-Mexican Latinos are being dumped on them.  Well if they did their jobs properly and stopped illegals on their side of the border then they wouldn't have as big a problem.

Also, the United States CANNOT by law allow unknown persons of unknown origin to remain free in the United States.  All such persons are detained in camps and other such facilities - for a time.  But Obama's immigration policies require that those whose origins are unknown but are deemed to be not a threat to national security have to be released into the United States.  Unaccompanied children are kept in custody until a relative - legal or illegal is located who will take responsibility for them.

I say illegal immigrants should be held in detention until it can be determined their country of origin.  If they want to play the false name game and refuse to disclose their nationalities, then they can rot in detention until they do.

That is not being heartless and cruel.  As the law states, we CANNOT allow unknown persons of unknown origin to run around loose in the country.  God only knows who they are and where they are from and if they are criminals or terrorists.  The fact alone that their identities/origins are unknown make them a threat to national security.

I mean are we supposed to take them at their words that they are not criminals or terrorists? After all, a criminal or terrorist would have to be a complete moron to admit they were a criminal or terrorist, so of course they are going to lie about it.

Dan 88!

Friday, March 25, 2016

Canadian Province to Give Residents Free Money in 'Basic Income' Experiment

By Sandy Fitzgerald   |   Saturday, 05 Mar 2016 11:33 AM

Image: Canadian Province to Give Residents Free Money in 'Basic Income' Experiment
Residents of the Canadian province of Ontario will soon be eligible for a "basic income" project that will provide them with a regular monthly allowance for living expenses — with no questions asked about their working status.

The idea has been around since the 1960s, reports Tech Insider and is under consideration in Finland and the Netherlands.

"We need it rolled out around Canada and Quebec, too, is in the game," said Sheila Regehr, chairwoman of the Basic Income Canada Network, the organization promoting the idea. "There's no reason why people and governments in other parts of this country need sit on the sidelines. It's time for us all to get to work."



In Finland, people would receive an extra 800 Euros, or around $900, a month, while in the Netherlands, they'll get an extra $1,000 a month, reports Tech Insider.

Jean-Yves Duclos, Canada's federal minister of families, children, and social development, formally endorsed the plan last month, reports The Globe and Mail, saying he is "personally pleased" that people are interested in the plan.


Comment:

I have a problem with EVERYONE getting this money - even those that are raking in the bucks, but overall I like it.

Nowadays, the average wage for the working class is simply not enough for a decent living.  An extra $1000 or so would make things so much easier for us.

There are just a couple of problems I'm wondering about.

First, where is this money coming from?  Can Canada afford it?  With the way our deficit in the United States keeps shooting up, we certainly couldn't.  Then again, Canada isn't blowing millions of dollars DAILY on stupid wars in which we have no business being in.  If we cut out all of that, maybe we could afford to do that for our people as well.

The second thing is there would be some people - especially singles with no children who might say, "I can live on a $1000 a month.  Why should I work at all?"

We'd have to find a way of preventing that from happening as you know it bloody well would.

A government should be spending its money on its own people, not on foreigners and on wars to make the world safe for oil profits.

Dan 88!

Thursday, March 24, 2016

House will vote to oppose Obama deportation amnesty in courts

 - The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 1, 2016
The House will take what Republicans call an unprecedented step of voting to file a friend-of-the-court brief with the Supreme Court officially opposing President Obama’s deportation amnesty, House Speaker Paul D. Ryan said Tuesday.


Mr. Ryan cast the upcoming vote as a constitutional crisis, rather than an immigration issue — but the vote is likely to be colored by the broader fight over illegal immigration.

“This executive amnesty is a direct attack on the Congress’s Article I powers under the Constitution,” Mr. Ryan said. “The president is not permitted to write law. Only Congress is. The House will make that very clear.”
Mr. Obama two years announced a policy of granting what he called “deferred action” to as many as 5 million illegal immigrants he said had deep ties to the U.S. Under the policy, they would be granted three-year stays of deportation, given the chance to work legally, and to apply for tax cuts and some other government benefits.
Texas and dozens of other states sued, and lower courts have blocked the policy.
The case is now pending before the Supreme Court, which is rushing to hear oral arguments and to potentially rule by the end of June.


Mr. Obama said he went ahead with his deportation amnesty after seeing Congress refuse to pass his broad immigration reform plans, including a full pathway to citizenship for most illegal immigrants.

After he announced his policy in November 2014, the president said he “acted to change the law” — a comment that the federal courts have said damaged his case, since only Congress, not the president, has the power to write laws.

Comment:

June is less than three months away.  Now we all know that this vote will pass.  That's not the question.  The question is:  Will it do any good?

If Obama is NOT the most arrogant president of all time, he is definitely in the top three.

I have no real expectations for any change, but it will be interesting to see how Obama will respond if the SCOTUS rules against him.

Even though Obama outright said he was changing the law, the Constitution CLEARLY states that only Congress has that ability.
It wouldn't surprise me if he goes through with it anyway and basically says to the SCOTUS, "What are you going to do about it?  By the time you get the legal machinery through to impeach me, I'll be out of office anyway."

On the other hand, he may not have anything to worry about anyway.  Ever since Roe V. Wade, there has been a disturbing trend for all three branches of the government to toss the Constitution into the dumper if it gets in their way.
Still, I will looking forward with interest to June.

Dan 88!

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Nobel Prize winner fact checks the president on TPP

by Murshed ZaheedMarch 4, 2016
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will hurt millions of Americans by eviscerating broad swaths of regulations that protect consumers, workers, the environment and our financial system. Yet due to a nearly-complete blackout of coverage of this trade deal in the traditional corporate media, you wouldn’t know it.
The lack of proper media scrutiny has enabled TPP’s supporters in the Obama administration and their corporate allies to spread lies and misinformation about this giant trade deal without any pushback. Even worse, the President himself has told some of these falsehoods about this corporate power grab.With the text of the deal now public, some key Republicans who supported Fast Track authority for approving the TPP are now saying they cannot support the trade deal as it stands. That means the president currently does not have the votes to pass the TPP. We need to keep it that way and thwart any momentum toward passage of the TPP in this Congress.



Comment:

The Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership, or TPP is the best thing - for the One Percent.  It will make it easier for them to ship our jobs overseas, and to import more cheap foreign labour to fill jobs that can't be outsourced.

If this keeps up, just imagine how many more will be unemployed.

There's just one thing I haven't figured out.  We are their customers.  If they keep shipping our jobs overseas, how are we supposed to buy their stuff?  Perhaps the One Percent aren't thinking that far ahead.  Perhaps they are only thinking about the next few fiscal years.  

Unless they have something up their sleeves that we can't see, it seems to me they are cutting their own throats.  Or perhaps they know the big collapse is coming in a few years and all they are concerned about is making as much as they can now so that when it does hit, they'll still be rich and we'll be left to starve.

In NS Germany, Hitler had an answer to this problem.  First, he rewarded those who kept their businesses in Germany with tax incentives, and taxed the hell out of those who outsourced.  It was called the Flight Tax.  That's Flight as in fleeing, not flying.
Again, that's why they are frightened of a return of National Socialism.  They know we'll put them on a tight lease and sink their gravy boat.  They'll do anything to prevent that.

Dan 88!

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Fighting Back In Huntington Park, CA

By Arthur Schaper

The Huntington Park City Council reorganize the city leadership.

Karina Macias will no longer serve as mayor.

Unfortunately, the corrupt politicos in the city and on that council have no interest in seating a principled man as mayor.

Valentin Azmezuita was passed over for any leadership position.

Instead, Graciela Ortiz and Marilyn Sanabria took over as mayor and vice-mayor respectively.

Terrible, just terrible.

Before she officially stepped down as mayor, Macias routinely attacked the members of We the People Rising, principled men and women of diverse background.

She called us racist, hateful, and dangerous.

The term "Racist" was repeated so many times, one has to wonder if they even know what they are talking about.

Valentin issued a lengthy explanation of all that is really going on in the city of Huntington Park.

The real racism lies in the minds and mouths of those who attack us, in the four Corruptitos who appointed two illegal aliens to city commissions in flagrant violation of federal law.


All we are asking for is the rule of law, regardless of race or ethnicity.

The Huntington Park rogues did their best to pack the room with their supporters.

But the truth remains:

They are facing a recall for numerous violations of the law, as well as financial mismanagement.

Contracts are getting handed out to friends and family. They are appointing their friends, relatives, and political cronies to city commissions, all while qualified people had sat on those same commissions.

They want to bring pot dispensaries into the city, even though parents and other authority figures resist such a proposal. In the city council chambers, opponents of marijuana dispensaries were passing out flyers to stop these program.

The four Corruptitos have no business sitting on that city council, and all the faux-fanfare cannot hide how immoral and base they truly are.
An assistant principal also attended, and publicly tried to shame Valentin Amezquita because he did not attend as many public events as other councilmembers.

That attack was completely uncalled for.

Betty Retama was removed from the city chambers because she was not addressing the specific agenda item ...

Yet lo and behold, two other people addressed the city council on unrelated issues, including the crosswalks in the city and the lead in the water. Neither one of those two individuals was asked to stop their presentation, nor were they ruled out of order.

Graciela Ortiz wants to strike a harder line against protesters, much like Cristian Hernandez attempts to do in Cudahy.

After the meeting, some of the Corruptitos' supporters tried to confront me and other protesters. They told me to "Go back to Torrance".

And they accuse us of racism?

One of the men from the audience called me racist, and then said I was ignorant. I spent the next five  minutes trying to find out why he called me ignorant. What knowledge did I lack?

He refused to answer my questions, in greater part because he could not answer them.

When someone shouts "Racism!", they are merely labeling then attempting to silence someone who shares views which they do not agree with it,

Nothing more.


The recall is going forward.

The Corruptitos will be in jail or run out of town on a rail.

Comment:

This has been going on since last August.  These citizen activists - some who come from more than 50 miles away - are not giving up and they are not going away.

These people are in it for the long haul.  Even though we of the ANP work behind the scenes rather than out in the open, we too must be in it for the long haul.  Anyone who joins us and expects quick results is going to be very disappointed.

Outside of the post Civil War years, this country has seen more change in the last ten years than any other time in our history - and for the most part it hasn't been good.  

We won't be able to undo this damage in a day.  It will take time and a lot of effort.  If you're looking for a quick fix, you're in the wrong place.  A quick fix is usually a bad fix.

It is true that Hitler transformed Germany from an ineffective semi-democracy to a National Socialist model of efficiency, but most of the people were behind him, cooperated, and helped to make his vision for Germany a reality.

We must do the same.  The problem is we've been on a treadmill for the last several decades.  That's because we've been using the same old ineffective methods such as demonstrations, and costumed rallies.

The model we must use is the European model.  Not a bunch of kooks in WW II uniforms trying to recapture the glory of a bygone age that will never return, but by regular folks that you see everyday walking down the street or in the grocery store.

Our image must be that of just plain folks.  If we act like a fringe element, that's the only kind of people we will attract.  And you know how successful that has been.  If you don't, I'd like to recall the KKK rally in Anaheim, Ca. a few weeks ago.  It was a great success - for the media and our liberal opponents.


Dan 88!