Christopher Jon Bjerknes in a powerhouse interview with Henry Makow

From the psychopathy of Pres. elect Barak Obama to the Jewish agenda to destroy the entire human race, Bjerknes tells it like it is.  He pulls no punches and provides the American people a way out of this dire mess.  This is a must-listen interview and something I can truly be thankful for today.

Christopher’s website: Jewish Racism

After you’ve listened to this historic interview pass it along to anyone open-minded enough to understand the message.

WW~

A Reluctant Thanksgiving

turkeyI’ve never been the kind of person that thought the glass was half full instead I saw it half empty.  What can I say?  I’m more negative than positive.  It’s how I came into this world and no doubt will be the way I leave it.  I’ve always admired people who could see the positive in every situation.  It must be a gift, a rare insight granted to certain individuals for a specific reason, maybe to counter-balance people like me.  Not to venture too far into the psychological realm for the differences in our emotional natures, as humans we are capable of experiencing a variety of feelings from year to year based on where we are in the life cycle, which brings me to today Thanksgiving 2008.

It’s been a tumultuous year to say the very least.  It was an election year for America now with another “illegal” administration ready to take over in a few months.  The American People proved that they are even more ‘dumbed down’ and brainwashed than I had previously believed.  It was a year in which we learned that scientists could open stargates if only for a few brief seconds with a monstrous contraption called a large hadron collider, which could possibly destroy the planet with the creation of a black hole.  Newer revelations about world-wide political corruption came to light, not that we didn’t already have enough.  The Georgian-Russian conflict, which some believe is the pretext to World War III.  Then we had the U.S. government’s farcical bail-out circus for a few privileged corporations, which has now exploded into more than 8 Trillion for these criminals.  Man’s inhumanity towards man continues unabated in various regions around the world as it has been for millennia.  Some things never change.

Is it any wonder that some, like myself, tend to be more negative than positive?  What in the hell is there to be thankful for?  Oh, and lets not forget that the very idea of the Thanksgiving holiday was built on a pack of lies from our recent history.  Allow me to enlighten those that may not know the real truth…

The big problem with the American Thanksgiving holiday is its false
association with American Indian people.  The infamous ‘Indians and
pilgrims’ myth.  It is good to celebrate Thanksgiving, to be thankful
for your blessings.  It is not good to distort history, to falsely portray
the origin of this holiday and lie about the truth of its actual inception.
Here are some accurate historical facts about the true origin of this
American holiday that may interest you…………………………………..

‘Thanksgiving’ did not begin as a great loving relationship between the

pilgrims and the Wampanoag, Pequot and Narragansett people.  In fact,
in October of 1621 when the ‘pilgrim’ survivors of their first winter in
Turtle Island sat down to share the first unofficial ‘Thanksgiving’ meal,
the Indians who were there were not even invited!  There was no turkey,
squash, cranberry sauce or pumpkin pie.  A few days before this alleged
feast took place, a company of ‘pilgrims’ led by Miles Standish actively
sought the head of a local Indian leader, and an 11 foot high wall was
erected around the entire Plymouth settlement for the very purpose of
keeping Indians out!  Officially, the holiday we know as ‘Thanksgiving’

actually came into existence in the year 1637. Governor Winthrop of the

Massachusetts Bay Colony proclaimed this first official day of Thanksgiving
and feasting to celebrate the return of the colony’s men who had arrived
safely from what is now Mystic, Connecticut.  They had gone there to
participate in the massacre of over 700 Pequot men, women and children,
and Mr. Winthrop decided to dedicate an official day of thanksgiving
complete with a feast to ‘give thanks’ for their great ‘victory’….

As hard as it may be to conceive, this is the actual origin of our current
Thanksgiving Day holiday.  Many American Indian people these days do
not observe this holiday, for obvious reasons.  I see nothing wrong with
gathering with family to give thanks to our Creator for our blessings and
sharing a meal.  I do, however, hope that Americans as a whole will one
day acknowledge the true origin of this holiday, and remember the pain,
loss, and agony of the Indigenous people who suffered at the hands of
the so-called ‘pilgrims’.  It is my hope that childrens plays about ‘the
first Thanksgiving’, complete with Indians and pilgrims chumming at
the dinner table, will someday be a thing of the past.  Why perpetuate
a lie?  Let us face the truths of the past, and give thanks that we are
learning to love one another for the rich human diversity we share.

(Written by John Two-Hawks)  http://www.nativecircle.com/mlmThanksgivingmyth.html

Actually, I want to be thankful, but I prefer to be thankful for the truth instead of lies.  Our whole society is built on a matrix of lies and subterfuge and it’s about time we shed this thinly veiled skin that only reluctantly holds us together as a people and a nation.  It is one of the reasons why our society is crumbling today.  The truth is bearing down and eventually it will be out in the open and we will be forced to deal with it.

But, I must admit, throughout all my personal trials and tribulations this year has been a joyous one.  My daughter presented me with a beautiful, healthy grandson in July.  He is now the light of my life.  Gliding, somewhat uncomfortably, through the stages of human life, I now understand the grandparent philosophy and the way it changes a life bringing to it a new dimension and meaning.

As I mentioned in last years Thanksgiving message, we should all be thankful that the nation is still somewhat in tact.  Even with the reality of living in a police state and imminent martial law those plans have not been fully realized throughout the nation.  Thank God!  Troops haven’t forced us out of our homes, yet, and blazing tanks aren’t inhabiting every American street.  If you’re wondering, of course I am minimalizing the threat in an effort to find thanks just for the opportunity to speak my mind.  It’s that half full, half empty glass syndrome, again, and my most ardent attempt to project a positive message.  My apology if my best effort fails to deliver.  It’s the result of being a realistic pragmatist.

Whatever your feelings on this 2008 Thanksgiving, give thanks for being alive and healthy, thanks for a loving family and devoted friends, and hopefully, a glorious spread of food on the table.

To you and yours, Happy Thanksgiving!

Whitewraithe~

The Worst Is Not Behind Us

by Nouriel Roubini

nouriel-roubiniBeware of those who say we’ve hit the bottom.   

It is useful, at this juncture, to stand back and survey the economic landscape–both as it is now, and as it has been in recent months. So here is a summary of many of the points that I have made for the last few months on the outlook for the U.S. and global economy, as well as for financial markets:

The U.S. will experience its most severe recession since World War II, much worse and longer and deeper than even the 1974-1975 and 1980-1982 recessions. The recession will continue until at least the end of 2009 for a cumulative gross domestic product drop of over 4%; the unemployment rate will likely reach 9%. The U.S. consumer is shopped-out, saving less and debt-burdened: This will be the worst consumer recession in decades.

–The prospect of a short and shallow six- to eight-month V-shaped recession is out of the window; a U-shaped 18- to 24-month recession is now a certainty, and the probability of a worse, multi-year L-shaped recession (as in Japan in the 1990s) is still small but rising. Even if the economy were to exit a recession by the end of 2009, the recovery could be so weak because of the impairment of the financial system and the credit mechanism that it may feel like a recession even if the economy is technically out of the recession.

Obama will inherit an economic and financial mess worse than anything the U.S. has faced in decades: the most severe recession in 50 years; the worst financial and banking crisis since the Great Depression; a ballooning fiscal deficit that may be as high as a trillion dollars in 2009 and 2010; a huge current account deficit; a financial system that is in a severe crisis and where deleveraging is still occurring at a very rapid pace, thus causing a worsening of the credit crunch; a household sector where millions of households are insolvent, into negative equity territory and on the verge of losing their homes; a serious risk of deflation as the slack in goods, labor and commodity markets becomes deeper; the risk that we will end in a deflationary liquidity trap as the Fed is fast approaching the zero-bound constraint for the Fed funds rate; the risk of a severe debt deflation as the real value of nominal liabilities will rise, given price deflation, while the value of financial assets is still plunging.

The world economy will experience a severe recession: Output will sharply contract in the Eurozone, the U.K. and the rest of Europe, as well as in Canada, Japan and Australia/New Zealand. There is also a risk of a hard landing in emerging market economies. Expect global growth–at market prices–to be close to zero in Q3 and negative by Q4. Leaving aside the effects of the fiscal stimulus, China could face a hard landing growth rate of 6% in 2009. The global recession will continue through most of 2009.

–The advanced economies will face stag-deflation (stagnation/recession and deflation) rather than stagflation, as the slack in goods, labor and commodity markets will lead advanced economies’ inflation rates to become below 1% by 2009.

–Expect a few advanced economies (certainly the U.S. and Japan and possibly others) to reach the zero-bound constraint for policy rates by early 2009. With deflation on the horizon, zero-bound on interest rates implies the risk of a liquidity trap where money and bonds become perfectly substitutable, where real interest rates become high and rising, thus further pushing down aggregate demand, and where money market fund returns cannot even cover their management costs.

Deflation also implies a debt deflation where the real value of nominal debts is rising, thus increasing the real burden of such debts. Monetary policy easing will become more aggressive in other advanced economies even if the European Central Bank cuts too little too late. But monetary policy easing will be scarcely effective, as it will be pushing on a string, given the glut of global aggregate supply relative to demand–and given a very severe credit crunch.

–For 2009, the consensus estimates for earnings are delusional: Current consensus estimates are that S&P 500 earnings per share (EPS) will be $90 in 2009, up 15% from 2008. Such estimates are outright silly. If EPS falls–as is most likely–to a level of $60, then with a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 12, the S&P 500 index could fall to 720 (i.e. about 20% below current levels).

If the P/E falls to 10–as is possible in a severe recession–the S&P could be down to 600, or 35% below current levels.

And in a very severe recession, one cannot exclude that EPS could fall as low as $50 in 2009, dragging the S&P 500 index to as low as 500. So, even based on fundamentals and valuations, there are significant downside risks to U.S. equities (20% to 40%).

Similar arguments can be made for global equities: A severe global recession implies further downside risks to global equities in the order of 20% to 30%.Thus, the recent rally in U.S. and global equities was only a bear-market sucker’s rally that is already fizzling out–buried under a mountain of worse-than-expected macro, earnings and financial news.

–Credit losses will be well above $1 trillion and closer to $2 trillion, as such losses will spread from subprime to near-prime and prime mortgages and home equity loans (and the related securitized products); to commercial real estate, to credit cards, auto loans and student loans; to leveraged loans and LBOs, to muni bonds, corporate bonds, industrial and commercial loans and credit default swaps. These credit losses will lead to a severe credit crunch, absent a rapid and aggressive recapitalization of financial institutions.

–Almost all of the $700 billion in the TARP program will be used to recapitalize U.S. financial institutions (banks, broker dealers, insurance companies, finance companies) as rising credit losses (close to $2 trillion) will imply that the initial $250 billion allocated to recap these institutions will not be enough. Sooner rather than later, a TARP-2 will become necessary, as the recapitalization needs of U.S. financial institutions will likely be well above $1 trillion.

–Current spreads on speculative-grade bonds may widen further as a tsunami of defaults will hit the corporate sector; investment-grade bond spreads have widened excessively relative to financial fundamentals, but further spread-widening is possible, driven by market dynamics, deleveraging and the fact that many AAA-rated firms (say, GE) are not really AAA, and should be downgraded by the rating agencies.

–Expect a U.S. fiscal deficit of almost $1 trillion in 2009 and 2010. The outlook for the U.S. current account deficit is mixed: The recession, a rise in private savings and a fall in investment, and a further fall in commodity prices will tend to shrink it, but a stronger dollar, global demand weakness and a larger U.S. fiscal deficit will tend to worsen it. On net, we will observe still-large U.S. twin fiscal and current account deficits–and less willingness and ability in the rest of the world to finance it unless the interest rate on such debt rises.

–In this economic and financial environment, it is wise to stay away from most risky assets for the next 12 months: There are downside risks to U.S. and global equities; credit spreads–especially for the speculative grade–may widen further; commodity prices will fall another 20% from current levels; gold will also fall as deflation sets in; the U.S. dollar may weaken further in the next six to 12 months as the factors behind the recent rally weather off, while medium-term bearish fundamentals for the dollar set in again; government bond yields in the U.S. and advanced economies may fall further as recession and deflation emerge but, over time, the surge in fiscal deficits in the U.S. and globally will reduce the supply of global savings and lead to higher long-term interest rates unless the fall in global real investment outpaces the fall in global savings.

Expect further downside risks to emerging-markets assets (in particular, equities and local and foreign currency debt), especially in economies with significant macro, policy and financial vulnerabilities. Cash and cash-like instruments (short-term dated government bonds and inflation-indexed bonds that do well both in inflation and deflation times) will dominate most risky assets.

So, serious risks and vulnerabilities remain, and the downside risks to financial markets (worse than expected macro news, earnings news and developments in systemically important parts of the global financial system) will, over the next few months, overshadow the positive news (G-7 policies to avoid a systemic meltdown, and other policies that–in due time–may reduce interbank spreads and credit spreads).

Beware, therefore, of those who tell you that we have reached a bottom for risky financial assets. The same optimists told you that we reached a bottom and the worst was behind us after the rescue of the creditors of Bear Stearns in March; after the announcement of the possible bailout of Fannie and Freddie in July; after the actual bailout of Fannie and Freddie in September; after the bailout of AIG (nyse: AIGnews people ) in mid-September; after the TARP legislation was presented; and after the latest G-7 and E.U. action.

In each case, the optimists argued that the latest crisis and rescue policy response was the cathartic event that signaled the bottom of the crisis and the recovery of markets. They were wrong literally at least six times in a row as the crisis–as I have consistently predicted over the last year–became worse and worse. So enough of the excessive optimism that has been proved wrong at least six times in the last eight months alone.

A reality check is needed to assess risks–and to take appropriate action. And reality tells us that we barely avoided, only a week ago, a total systemic financial meltdown; that the policy actions are now finally more aggressive and systematic, and more appropriate; that it will take a long while for interbank and credit markets to mend; that further important policy actions are needed to avoid the meltdown and an even more severe recession; that central banks, instead of being the lenders of last resort, will be, for now, the lenders of first and only resort; that even if we avoid a meltdown, we will experience a severe U.S., advanced economy and, most likely, global recession, the worst in decades; that we are in the middle of a severe global financial and banking crisis, the worst since the Great Depression; and that the flow of macro, earnings and financial news will significantly surprise (as during the last few weeks) on the downside with significant further risks to financial markets.

I’ll stop now.

Nouriel Roubini, a professor at the Stern Business School at New York University and chairman of Roubini Global Economics, is a weekly columnist for Forbes.com.
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Can you guess which race this statement intimidates?

You betcha!

EURO Conference a success despite overwhelming odds

 

Dr. David Duke and James Edwards

Dr. David Duke and James Edwards

I just experienced one of the most remarkable weeks of my life, of that there is no doubt. It was a week in which I went through the entire spectrum of emotions; a week that ultimately left me exhausted and full of hope. What you’ll read below will both shock and inspire you. I hope you’ll take the time to digest the entire article. With that being said, let me start at the very beginning.

Back in June I made the decision to work with David Duke and organize the 2008 European American Unity and Rights Conference (EURO) here in Memphis. After I was able to negotiate a very good contract with the Whispering Woods Hotel and Conference Center in Olive Branch, Mississippi, we were ready to begin promotion of the highly anticipated event, the first of its kind in over three years.

When Representative Duke announced on his website that the gathering would be held in the Memphis area on November 7-9, the local media went into an overzealous frenzy to try and uncover exactly which hotel would dare let European Americans exercise their freedom of speech. Being inept, they failed in their task to find the meeting location until about a week before it was to begin.

Wednesday, October 29

It was on this day that a local “civil rights” group called the Mid-South Peace and Justice Center finally discovered where Duke and Company were coming. Local leftist Jacob Flowers immediately posted the contact information for Travis Murray, General Manager of Whispering Woods, on their website and encouraged the radical left to contact him and voice their displeasure over the fact he would afford us a place to meet.

Contact Mr. Murray they did. By Wednesday night Mr. Murray’s wife and children had received several calls at home and been threatened by these Marxists with death if our contract was not canceled. The very next day, Travis Murray resigned from his position. “Peace and Justice,” indeed.

As a result of these terrorist threats, the government of DeSoto County, Mississippi, issued a week long “State of Emergency” declaration, which gave them authority to deputize police officers from neighboring counties in order to protect the hotel’s property and those who would be coming to the EURO Conference. Even though the local police was said to have been working with the FBI, we have still received no word as to what their so-called investigations have uncovered, even though the threats were made specifically to stop our People from coming together.

By this time the local media’s interest was beginning to reach a fever pitch. What did they report? The truth about the threats of violence against our members and the family of a honest hotel manager? Of course not. It was reported that a local “civil rights group” had tried to warn the manager’s family that hosting our conference might be “bad for business,” and that the real reason for all the unpleasantness was because the “Klan” was coming to the Mid-South, led by “White Supremacist” David Duke.

Friday, October 31 (Halloween)

On my way to Atlanta I stopped by the Whispering Woods Hotel to speak with the new acting General Manager. I made mention of the fact that the gross mis-characterizations our group was being subjected to in saturation coverage on television news was complete fantasy. I apologized for any inconvenience that these biased reports may have caused her staff, but reiterated to her that our members would be among the finest patrons she’d ever find and that I felt it incumbent upon me to meet with her in person to clear the air.

She seemed relieved to have this calming reassurance and promised that our conference would go ahead as scheduled; that our contract was ironclad and that we could expect the same professionalism and courtesy that any other group would expect to receive. Seemed fair enough to me.

The only thing she really seemed concerned with at the time was finding out how many banquet meals we’d be needing. I told her I’d get that number to her after the weekend. We shook hands, and that was that.

Tuesday, November 4

I was in downtown Memphis, walking along the banks of the Mississippi River with a fellow conference speaker from Denmark, when I received a series of calls from people who had registered for EURO and booked rooms at Whispering Woods. They were calling to inform me that they had just been told by the hotel that our conference had been arbitrarily canceled.

Yes, the hotel actually called all of those who were registered to attend the conference before they called the conference organizers themselves. Frantically trying to find out what went wrong, I began working with David Duke to get to the bottom of this.

In the end, the hotel management determined that the declaration of a “State of Emergency” gave them the authority to breach our contract. They even invited Duke to sue them, being smug in their opinion that no judge or jury would ever rule in favor of the politically incorrect.

What was equally damnable was that the hotel then reported to the media that they did not know with whom they were dealing with when the contract was originally agreed upon. Having the original contract here on my desk, I find that a little hard to believe when the contract lists “Dr. David E. Duke” as the event organizer, and “European American Unity and Rights Organization (EURO)” as the name of the event.

Nevertheless, they went on to tell us that not only would we not be allowed to use their facilities to hold our meeting, but we wouldn’t even be allowed to keep our rooms there for the purposes of sleeping. We had filled up their hotel with over one hundred booked rooms, and now these people were being thrown out as well.

After five months of meticulous planning, we were now two days away from the start date of our conference without a place to meet, and without a place for our those registered to stay. So distressed was I that my body literally went into a convulsive state. I can remember gagging while I was on the phone with David as we tried to determine what our options were. The stress was nearly more than I could bear, but we dug deep and made the decision to press onward. Duke said he’d be in Memphis the next day to set up a command center and arrange a press conference.

Wednesday, November 5

I met David at a local restaurant and we began to prepare the contingency plan, which was not an enviable task. We had to locate and secure and alternate meeting venue, call over three hundred registered conference attendees and determine who was still coming to Memphis and who wasn’t, and try to find hotel rooms for everyone, all in less than 48 hours.

I recruited a few local supporters to help us with the phone list and they locked themselves in Dr. Duke’s hotel room and began calling each person, one by one. In the meantime, I was narrowing down a short list of prospective venues while calling the local media to alert them that Duke would like to set the record straight.

This would be the second of six consecutive nights that we would get less than three hours of sleep.

Thursday, November 6

A silver lining was beginning to manifest itself this morning when we settled on a new location to hold the conference. Additionally, it looked like well over half of those who originally planned on coming to be with us were, in fact, still planning on coming to be with us. We told them to try and book a room in a certain area of town that houses a cluster of hotels that are all relative inexpensive. We told them that we would call them on Saturday morning, one hour before the conference was to begin, to give them directions to the meeting location. It’s sad when honest people have to keep such information confidential, but for security concerns, in was absolutely necessary.

To my astonishment, not a single person we called complained, not in the least. Even though the event had to be shortened from a three day meeting to a one day meeting, they were just thrilled that we had decided to not be bullied into submission by threats of violence and dishonest media coverage. The leadership we were showing in the middle of such adversity seemed to inspire them to rally.

Later this afternoon, David Duke held his press conference. Affiliates for all the major networks and several newspaper reporters showed up to ask questions of the man that they had been so relentlessly attacking for the past week. So incredible had this story become by now that the entire Mid-South was talking about us. It had been the lead story for days, with each report becoming increasingly hostile.

I stood just behind the collection of cameras as Duke issued his statement and took questions. I refused to comment to the press, as is my policy when local media inquiries are made to me, but remained shocked to see just how rabidly biased they were against the message of equal rights for White Americans. With the man they love to hate in their cross hairs, they were particularly vicious and condescending, but Duke handled them with mastery, as he usually does.

After the press conference was over, I was standing with David in his hotel room when we heard a knock on the door. It was the manager of the Drury Inn, along with two uniformed police officers. The manager informed Rep. Duke that he had been determined to be a “security risk” to hotel patrons at the hotel and that he would have to vacate his room immediately. Apparently, there had been another bomb threat made due to the fact that the news reported that this was the hotel that Duke was staying at. Keep in mind that Duke was not holding the conference on hotel grounds, he was merely using the room for his private accommodations.

Feeling as though he was being discriminated against, he asked to speak with the corporate management of Drury Inn. The end result was the same, and we were forced to relocate to another hotel across the street. Drury Inn later released a statement to the press informing them that Duke was no longer welcomed on their property. Do you think the same scenario would have unfolded had Jesse Jackson been in that room instead of David Duke? The double standards being employed were egregious.

When you have your legally binding contracts broken without cause, as we did at Whispering Woods, when you are not afforded the freedom to assemble peaceably and exercise your God-given freedom of speech, and when you are not even allowed to sleep in a hotel room because of your beliefs, then what rights do you have? Is this what European Americans can come to expect in the coming Obama Administration?

Undaunted still, we kept charging forward.

Friday, November 7

By now the media had been successful in whipping the local communities into an absolute hysteria. So fearful was the Board of Aldermen of Olive Branch, Mississippi, that they approved an “anti-gathering” ordinance that Mayor Sam Rikard said was prompted by our group.

The ordinance prohibits demonstrations (or meetings) on public property including streets, highways, right of ways, sidewalks, and businesses “in order to properly secure the immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety of the citizens of the City of Olive Branch.” Is this America or Soviet Russia? What freedoms can we depend on if we can’t even discuss the issues vital to our survival?

And this, as Sam Dickson so eloquently says, is the point. The campaign of harassment and persecution conducted against this meeting is vivid confirmation of the fact that contrary to what they claim, our enemies do not represent – and have never represented – freedom, civil liberties, the market place of ideas and all the other virtues they constantly claim for themselves. This is now standard operating procedure for the minority-racist and White liberal coalition and the Establishment it controls.

But, little did the cowards of Olive Branch government know that we had now confirmed a place in Memphis, and would no longer be needing them.

Saturday, November 8

This was it, our day of reckoning. Faced with exhausting nights of endless work, constant badgering from the media, threats against our lives, and an outright logistical nightmare, we prepared ourselves for the day of the conference.

At 6:00 a.m. we began providing our coalition of the willing with the directions to the meeting hall, which was a hotel ballroom within walking distance from where Duke had held his press conference just two days before.

In an expression of the indomitable spirit that makes our race so wonderful, I was overwhelmed to count over two hundred conference attendees on hand after such extraordinary hardships. For the next twelve hours, men and women from France to California cheered and roared as the collection of speakers delivered their presentations from the podium. I was pleased to have been one of them.

I have been a political activist for eight years now, having spent the last four as host of The Political Cesspool Radio Program, and never before have I been so proud of our People. We overcame and endured against all odds. How glorious it was to have the sense of satisfaction that comes in knowing that David Duke, myself, a handful of others who volunteered to see this through to completion, and all of those in attendance, would not surrender. We got the job done and had our conference after all. My heartfelt thanks and appreciation goes out to all of those who were there. Our voices were heard and those who had tried to silence us were routed.

By the time the press (and police, who were there for our security) showed up at the hotel it was too late to stop us. Their very best efforts to run us out of town were not nearly good enough. Never before had I felt so satisfied and so overjoyed. The camaraderie was something to behold, and my heart goes out to those who were not able to be with us. Even learning midway through the day that Duke had been kicked out of another hotel, the nearby Baymont (again for merely being a registered guest there), was not enough to dampen our spirits – or his.

I could write an equally long recap of what took place inside the meeting itself, but I’ll leave that to David Duke. Speaking of Duke, let me say for the record, for the SPLC and ADL, what a tremendous honor it was for me to have worked with him on this conference. We went to war together and scored a victory for the basic civil rights of European Americans, a victory that I hope will be duplicated by others many times over.

After the conference, David appeared as the featured guest on my live broadcast of Political Cesspool and fielded supportive phone calls from across the country. The show was downloaded so many times that it contributed to an RBN server crash. Republic Broadcasting is now working to retrieve the archive. People seem to be waking up.

There is so much more that happened behind the scenes this week, enough stories to fill a book. The meals, the brainstorming, the fellowship, and the ultimate sigh of relief…what a thrill to share such a great experience and to have played a role in the salvaging of this historic gathering.

Let this triumph increase our fierce determination to never retreat, surrender, or apologize when our backs are pushed up against the wall. We owe it to our ancestors, and to our future progeny, to hold the line and be eternally vigilant. The future is what we make it and I choose to fight.

Please feel free to copy this post to your mailing lists or post it to your website(s). This story needs to be told.

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Group Photo of Speakers at the Nov. 8, 2008 EURO Conference in Memphis, TennesseeDespite repeated attempts to deny White people their rights of Freedom of Speech and peaceful assembly, the 2008 European-American Unity and Rights Conference was a resounding success! We’ll have more photos and audio up shortly, in the meantime you can tune in to Stormfront Radio to hear the conference rebroadcasts and see more photos by browsing the Stormfront conference thread here, at this time portions of the conference audio can also be downloaded here courtesy of humandinosaurs.com. See you all at EURO 2009! — admin

Related article: The biased, dirty, lying Memphis Commercial Appeal Newspaper

Banned video – The Use of Christianity for Political Purposes

From BrasscheckTV –

The current US President sees the war in Iraq as
a Christian crusade…

Is this kind of bizarre thinking a rare and strange
anomaly?

Unfortunately not.

The fact is “Christianity”is frequently co-opted
and its missionaries are often used as a weapons.

Excepts from a often-banned film on this taboo subject:

“In the name of the the Lord…”

Are there good Christians?

Of course, but they need to wake up and confront what’s being done in their name.

This topic – the use of “Christianity” for political purposes – is banned from the news media in the US. In fact, this video has had a lot of trouble staying up on YouTube.

To go deeper into these nefarious practices and who is behind them, try to find a copy of the the book “Thy Will Be Done” by Gerard Colby.

As in Iraq now, and in the New World during its colonization, “missionary” crooks are sent in, sometime with military help and sometimes without, to soften up the hearts and minds of indigenous people and make them easier to conquer.

Separating children from their families, creating social divisions, psychological and sometimes even biological warfare are the tools used.

updated 11/10/2008

Related article:

Hindu Threat to Christians: Convert or Flee

Iraq Veterans Against The War, and peaceful civilians, subjected to brutal police violence during final Presidential Debate

10/29/08: Naomi Wolf interview of Vet Sgt. Matthis Chiroux

Naomi Wolf discusses with Veteran Sergeant Matthis Chiroux the events that took place on October 15th, 2008 at the final Presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.

Debate footage provided by:

PimpinTurtle.Com
Glass Bead Collective
I-Witness Video

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Part 1

Obama picks another “super” Zionist – Dennis Ross

WARNING: this video contains offensive language

Photo of the Day – Obama’s disrespect to the Stars and Stripes

Obama's disrespect to the American flag

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There is a picture that has been widely

There is a picture that has been widely circulated on the internet that shows Obama and some other notables, including Hillary Clinton, standing facing the flag while the National Anthem was being played. They all had their hand over their heart except Sen. Obama. who just stood there with his hands at his side. When asked about this he replied, “As I said about the flag pin, I don*t want to be perceived as taking sides. There are  a lot of people in the world to whom the American flag is a symbol of oppression.”


He doesn’t want to take sides??? Here is a man who aspires to be the next president of the United States, and he doesn’t want to take sides??? My God, how are we Americans supposed to feel about that kind of remark?

Source: Everything you ever wanted to know about Barak Obama, but were afraid to ask

ALERT: Pentagon Preparing for “Major International Crisis” Within A Month of Inaugural Day

The D.C. boys may be planning the next “false-flag” operation!  WW~


DOD Panel: Next President to ‘Likely’ to Face Crisis in First 270 Days

October 24, 2008 — The next president is likely to face a major international crisis within his first nine months in office, according to a senior group of business advisers to the defense secretary.

Accordingly, the Defense Business Board says the new administration should set a goal to win Senate confirmation of key Pentagon posts in the first 30 days of the inauguration, in order to have a full team in place to deal with such a contingency.

Michael Bayer, chairman of the Defense Business Board and veteran Pentagon consultant, this week called for the next administration to move quickly to avoid encountering civilian leadership vacuums that often accompany political transitions.

Prepare for a likely first 270 days crisis, Bayer warns in an Oct. 23 briefing. Too many presidents were ill prepared for this.

Joe Biden, the Democratic ticket’s vice presidential nominee, drew criticism earlier this week for suggesting that should he and Barack Obama prevail in the Nov. 4 election, U.S. adversaries will mount an attack of some kind to test the new president.

Bayer’s briefing, presented yesterday to a public meeting of the Defense Business Board, recommends the future president elect and his advisers set aside time in transition to identify the planning, gravitas and interagency process necessary to respond to a likely first-270-day crisis.

For months, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the service chiefs and the Joint Staff have been preparing for the first wartime transfer of Pentagon political authority in four decades. In addition to identifying defense policy issues for an incoming to understand, the military is also on high operational alert, according to a Joint Staff official.

A key goal for the next administration, according to Bayer, must be to fill civilian posts requiring Senate confirmation as soon as possible.

The incoming administration must not wait until June to get assistant secretaries confirmed and October for deputy assistant secretaries to be Senate confirmed, his briefing states.

Need a very concerted, well-defined process to have top 3 tiers ready to go to Senate confirmation in first 30 days, Bayer recommends.

His briefing also notes challenges that nearly every president since Dwight Eisenhower has faced in the early days. In 1953, Eisenhower agreed to work with the British to depose Iran’s prime minister and install the Shah; John Kennedy ordered the ill-fated Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba in April 1961; Lyndon Johnson in Aug. 1964 had to deal with the Gulf of Tonkin Incident, which became a pretext for escalating U.S. military involvement in Vietnam.

Richard Nixon, in the third month of this presidency in 1969, escalated U.S. military operations in Southeast Asia by ordering aerial attacks against Cambodia and Laos. Jimmy Carter, during his first month in office in 1977, directed unilateral removed of nuclear weapons from South Korea and announced plans to reduce the number of U.S. troops from the peninsula, a step that drew public criticism from then Army Maj. Gen. John Singlaub, a senior U.S. commander in South Korea, whom Carter relieved of duty. In his fifth month as president, George H.W. Bush, in the summer of 1989, sent the first wave of U.S. military personnel to Panama to set the stage for the launch of Operation Just Cause that December.

Finally, Bayers briefing notes, Bill Clinton, in Feb. 1993, his second month in office, had to manage the World Trade Center bombing; while George W. Bush, in April of his first year in office, dealt with the downing of a Navy spy plane near China. Months later, Bush was faced with the terrorist attacks in September in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania. — Jason Sherman

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