Archive for November 18th, 2006
Mark tells Alan B.:
“I also learned you need a permit to pass out literature.”
Why not get the permit and pass it out anyway? They are going to call our message hate literature no matter what so don’t let that bother you. Use Bob’s rebuttal. You’ve got the tools, man, use them.
Also, it would be a good idea to have at least 2 really big friends to serve as body-guards, like Nick Griffin does at the BNP. It’s only common sense.
If this is still too scary, consider joining a pro-white org. like National Vanguard and get with their local chapter. NV pickets just about everything in groups of ten or more. But whatever you do, don’t let fear stop you.
This is war, my friend. No one said the fight was gonna’ be easy. This is where a young man’s mettle is tested to see who will run screaming like a spoiled puppet-child or who will stand as a Warrior-White-Man.
Comment by Mark —
We need Alan B. to TRY to get a permit at least as much as we need that particular literature passed out.
The usual response to a block like this is: “Well, they’ll block me.” We are here for a SEMINAR. That means you go in and find out what the response is and tell US about it.
Nobody’s going to beat you up for trying to get a permit. If you do, THEN we can talk about the dangers.
Many economic studies have shown that British royalty is a money-making proposition. Queen Elizabeth had a tax-free salary (an undisclosed agreement with the Exchequer now requires her to pay some taxes, amount unknown). That salary was, the last time I looked, fixed at twenty million dollars a year.
But the Queen’s salary is like the president’s salary. Room and board come free, as does all the rest. Besides that, the amount of property Prince Phillip has is estimated at about half a billion dollars, so you can guess what the actual monarch has.
And the Queen does not live in a castle any more than the president lives in the White House. She lives in a set of modern apartments with air conditioning and heat INSIDE the castle. Queen Victoria kept trying to get some good steam heated apartments and never quite succeeded, because back then it was harder to install that in the castles and she had to live in one of them.
The reason the Exchequer finally had to make a secret agreement with the Queen to pay some taxes on her income was because she made an error I understand. When there was a fire at Windsor Castle, she assumed the taxpayers would pick up the tab. Normally they would, but this time there was an outcry. This caused all the stuff about the Queen not paying taxes to come up in the media.
Actually, I doubt seriously if Queen Elizabeth would be seriously upset if she had to live on a mere million a year. When a Prince of Wales is shaking hands, he uses his left hand, because the right one gets sore. He also has to wear a urine tube like an astronaut so he won’t miss anybody. He stands there for hours.
Most billionaires occasionally go out to a MacDonald’s or in Britain a Wimpy’s. The Queen can’t. Do you think she LIKES those boring dumpy clothes she has to be seen in?
And the most “private” suppers are all-too-well attended. And every servant must be thanked and complimented. I have been to a few embassy and White House meals. I can’t imagine doing that for LIFE. If you gave me a choice between doing that day after day, year after year, or eating at some cheap restaurant every day, I’d take the Soul Food.
No, the Queen wouldn’t mind going down to a mere million or so a year. But if she started living and dressing normally the PEOPLE would raise hell. The TOURISTS would raise even more hell. Economic studies have long since shown that the tourism the monarchy brings in is several times as much as the highest estimate of the cost of the whole Royal Family.
Norway, Belgium, the Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark, under socialist governments, played it cool. In Sweden the king gets a million bucks a year out of which he has to maintain the old castles. As a result nobody is really aware that any of those countries HAS a monarchy. So the tourists don’t come to gawk.
I do not resent Catholic prelates having expensive residences and limousines and bright outfits. The Catholic Church is based on a monarchical view. It is out-of-date, but the thing that attracts people to the Catholic Church is PRECISLY that it is so out-of-date.
The two oldest institutions on earth, by far, are the Catholic Church and the British Monarchy. So I don’t go in making fun of them. I don’t agree with either of them on many things, but that is NOT my point.
When your average person or a Politically Correct moron or a college graduate talks about anything, he quotes from Marx or Mommy Professor about how it should.
Here is a basic. NOTE IT CAREFULLY:
When a professional thinker looks at anything, he first looks at WHY it does what it does. This is the only sense in which I am conservative. I squeeze all the juice I can out of learning what an institution or a person has to offer in practical terms. That is for MY benefit. I only criticize what impinges on what MATTERS, in my case race.
The moron goes in with his mouth moving. The professional goes in with his BRAIN in action.
It may have seemed to some that I was “going Stormfront” when I reprinted the article below on the Japanese researcher who declared that African starvation was a result of African IQ. There was something in that article that I hoped someone would notice, but it may still be a bit advanced.
Note that the main attack on the research came from Oxfam, a British organization which was originally devoted to feeding the starving. It was taken for granted that an Oxfam spokesman had a legitimate dog in this fight.
Which brings us, for God’s sake, gang, back to BASICS. Oxfam is an organization which is supposed to feed starving children for under a dollar day. Why is any of Oxfam’s business WHY people are starving? If people are starving because they are dumb or because there has been a disaster makes no difference.
Look at the spokesman for Oxfam. Oxfam like all such outfits will say children are starving because they lack money, but I guarantee you there is person who will never miss a meal because of Oxfam:
That spokesman will live a good life and retire at Oxfam’s expense. Yet Oxfam keeps demanding money for its mission of feeding the hungry. The chances are ten thousand to one that that spokesman will die of obesity rather than starvation.
These are BASICS, gang!
The entire Politically Correct establishment is paid for out of charity donations and educational funds, private and public. Every nickel they get, plus another nickel for the cost of collection, comes out of charity and educational funds that could be spent somewhere else.
Every nickel some sociologists gets for declaring whites evil and guilty comes out of funds that could be earmarked for real research, little things like curing leukemia. But the Politically Correct establishment never gets questioned abut this.
If you THINK about it, what in the HELL is someone from Oxfam doing pushing white guilt?
But you DON’T think about it, and that is the problem. Today we take it for granted that anyone in charity or education is paid to be a spokesman for the Politically Correct agenda. Nobody would EVER ask why Oxfam isn’t out feeding people. Other people than the spokesman, I mean.
LEARN TO RETHINK OUR ASSUMPTIONS, THE ONES WE NEVER CONSIDER!!!!!!
That is precisely what respectable conservatives get paid NOT to do.
That is what the Mantra is all about, but it took me YEARS to get anybody to even LOOK at it!
I just heard Ted Pike recite briefly the story of Alexander the Great and I felt a sort of déjà vu for a moment. Where did I JUST hear this? Oh, Bob’s blog!
Alexander the Great, back in the fourth century B.C., had this crazy idea that he was ordained by the gods to take over the world. He only had a few thousand men and he went off into Asia — and here were millions in the armies of Darius who were coming against him in Asia minor. The brilliance of Alexander was that with his tiny army he went on the offensive and attacked immediately as the enemy was seen. The forces of Macedonia blasted in against this huge army, and the Persians, who had never seen such audacity before, were so astonished that they began to run in fear and trample each other. That’s how Alexander the Great won — he didn’t wait until everything was orderly and the battle could begin the next morning. That’s what we have to do right now.
Comment by Al Parker