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Anger Makes You Tired

Posted by Bob on August 20th, 2005 under Bob

You remember that famous photograph of Jane Fonda in North Vietnam at an anti-aircraft gun pretending to shoot down American planes with a smile on her face? Everybody has finally gotten upset about it and Fonda herself has apologized for it.

Recently Jane Fonda announced that children in upstate South Carolina were STARVING to death. Her Yuppie friends had said they were not getting enough food stamps, I guess, so she called that starvation.

Or something.

So when I see that photograph of Jane Fonda at the anti-aircraft gun I see a different picture than other people do.

Within a mile of Fonda at that time she could have seen people who were actually STARVING.

If you have actually seen and SMELLED people starving, you never use that word freely again.

I told my doctor brother that STARVATION had a particular SMELL, and I wondered if I were imagining it. Sure enough, he explained to me that it does have a special smell to it.

I have seen what was left of a village the Communist Idealists have finished with. I have seen and smelled starvation. I have gone across the deadlines of many a Communist country where there are land mines and men with automatic weapons to keep people from escaping the Workers’ Paradise.

And I myself have escaped into irony with terms like “Peace Loving Democratic Republics” and “Workers’ Paradises.”

I deal with respectable conservatives who are as treasonous as any Communist because they want to push the genocide against my race.

And humor keeps me going.

But there is a fury in me. It is a screaming, vengeful creature that wants to get out.

I am a very sensitive person. I am also a warrior who has fought very long and very hard.

I have fought in a world where the most unspeakable, horrible people, people who make Jane Fonda look like a saint, have to be treated with respect. And humor and irony have kept me going, because I HAVE to keep going.

But that is an awfully lot to be going on in the brain of one mere human being. The beast wants to be let out, and the mature, ironic man knows he must keep fighting.

All of which makes me very, very tired.

I have had two nervous breakdowns.

Oddly enough all this encourages me.

There is on person on earth who knows all my many failings, but who also knows that I will fight until the very end. And that is the one person whose approval I really need.

I think I’m a hero.

  1. #1 by duke on 08/20/2005 - 7:39 pm

    Why are you surprised Jane Fonda did what she did? Her father was a very uppity movie star and thought he was too good for everyone else. His acting wasn’t as great as hollywood hype would lead you to believe. Of course, Vietnam was a Jew inspired war led by 2 faced Lyndon Johnson and his white race traitor cabinet. Lyndon Johnson’s sins are far far greater in matters of Vietnam than Jane Fonda or any other so-called dissident. Jane’s excuse is that she is an air-head who lived off her father’s reputation. What’s Lyndon’s excuse?

  2. #2 by Peter on 08/21/2005 - 9:52 pm

    Bob: Is it “Upstate” now? Is this New York and is there a Downtown South Carolina?

  3. #3 by Peter on 08/21/2005 - 9:53 pm

    (You said humor keeps you going…)

  4. #4 by Sue Trask on 08/23/2005 - 12:28 am

    I think the human race has come a LONG way since time,as we know it, began. I am thrilled to know that so many people have realized that it DOES NOT matter where you came from, what color skin you have, what sex you are, what your beliefs are, that makes us all unique and special individuals. We all deserve the right to live with equal rights–for every person. We deserve to be treated with the same dignity/respect as our fellow neighbor–who, in return, deserves the same from us. Someday, the world will realize that it is more important to help others first, before fighting with them. We are our own best asset, yet we kill each other on a daily basis. Unity in life is the core to the happiness of the human race. Acceptance of one another could only be followed by peace and understanding

  5. #5 by Bob on 08/23/2005 - 3:40 am

    Regurgitation is not a comment.

    How many times have we heard this mindless babbling that “Sue” is repeating? This is a human tape recorder.

    This crap was old when I was young.

    In practice, it means ridding the earth of the white race, but somebody with this little pride never reads a word except the ones the standard professors train them with.

    They can recognize words, but they can’t READ.

    Who, now that reality is sinking in, would want to identify with a completely empty head like this? Very, very few people. indeed.

    It was mod to mindlessly spout this stuff in the 1960s, but we’ve grown up a lot since then.

    But this is useful to remind us just how silly the “ideas” are that we allowed to ruin so much.

    I approved this “comment” to remind everybody of the kind of reprint that would fill these pages if I allowed people in here who do not comment specifically on what I am saying.

    Now you can see why I couldn’t tell the difference between texas holden, a computer, and a liberal/conservative repeating his line.

    You can see that texas holdem was smarter than THIS.

    Comments only.

  6. #6 by Mark on 08/23/2005 - 11:21 am

    “…it DOES NOT matter…what color skin you have…that makes us all unique and special individuals.”

    Tell that to the increasing number of white women who are being raped in the USA by black males, per current F.B.I. statistics.

    Tell that to the aged whites who are being forced out of their once clean neighborhoods by blacks who literally destroy cities and bring in the drug culture when they move in.

    Tell that to your children when they are mocked, ridiculed, and attacked by blacks in their school district and you, as a white parent, are unable to do anything about it.

    Yes it makes us all unique, now doesn’t it? Special? No. Unique? Sadly, yes.

  7. #7 by Elizabeth on 08/23/2005 - 2:00 pm

    South Carolina is one of the smallest states east of the Mississippi, but it has either three or four parts, depending upon whom you ask.

    The Upstate consists of the western part of the state, namely the counties of Greenville, Spartanburg, Union, Cherokee, Pickens, Oconee, Laurens, McCormick, Edgefield, York, and Lancaster. Newberry county might be included.

    The other areas are generally referred to as the Midlands (center: Columbia), the Pee Dee (center: Florence), and the Low Country (center: Charleston).

  8. #8 by Bob on 08/24/2005 - 12:11 am

    Way to go, Mark.

    These human tape recorders are useful to keep us energized.

    Peter, Elizabeth answered you nicely but she destroyed our slim chances of ever being accepted into Charleston Society.

    To refer to the City State of Charleston as merely the center of the Low State puts us all forever on the outside in the place where the Ashley and Cooper Rivers come together to form the Atlantic Ocean.

  9. #9 by Peter on 08/24/2005 - 9:05 pm

    All the oldtimers I have met here in the Upcountry tell me that “upstate” is a Yankee cussword.

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