Archive for March 11th, 2005

Use Condoms

From: A Father’s Diary

Today a co-worker sent me a file entitled ‘Best Commercial Ever.’ It was apparently a German commercial with subtitles. It portrayed a long-haired disheveled father shopping in a grocery store with his 4 or 5 year old child. The child grabbed a bag of candy and threw it in the buggy, all the while giving the father a nasty ‘what are you going to do about it’ look. The father put the bag back on the shelf. When the child tried to grab the bag again only to get foiled again, the child proceeded to throw a huge tantrum. He screamed, he cried, he dumped groceries in the aisle. Everyone threw disapproving looks at the father, who looked powerless and benign. He slumped after the child, tried to pick up an item or two, then finally stood up and sighed in resignation, making way for the punch-line of the commercial which was then flashed in bold letters on the screen:

Use Condoms.

At this point everyone is supposed to laugh at the hilarity, at the cleverness of it all. But the intended humor eluded me, because the underlying message of this commercial is much more sinister than just a clever attempt to get people to act ‘responsibly’ by making fun of fathers and screaming kids. This commercial represents the presumed victory of the social engineers in Europe, and I wouldn’t be surprised if something like it comes to America soon.

There is a dual message here.

First, the obvious: Use Condoms. This commercial was filmed in Europe, with White European actors, on a continent where White birthrates are declining rapidly, not the Third World where they really NEED to use condoms because they don’t have the resources to feed the children they have.

In the past the ‘Right’ criticized condoms because they promoted immorality by allowing a way ‘out’ of some of the consequences of promiscuous sexual activity. Now apparently they are being used to help bring about the genocide of our people. Amazing.

Second, the pathetic excuse for a ‘father’ portrayed in that commercial is just a slightly more extreme version of the typical ‘father’ portrayed by Hollywood and the media for years, a weak-kneed, easily manipulated, almost feminine, cowardly ‘man’ who couldn’t find his way out of a wet paper bag if it weren’t for the intelligent woman and witty kids in his life.

We live in an age where spanking, a form of punishment tried and true for centuries, is considered by many to be abuse. No wonder children behave the way they do. Proverbs 22:15 says, “Foolishness is bound in the heart of a child; but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him.”

Please do not mistake this for arrogance or over-confidence, because I know I will go through many trials and fail many times as a parent, but my child *might* throw a tantrum like that once, but he will only do it once. It won’t be worth it to him to do it again.

That’s called love, not abuse.

Proverbs 13:24: “He that spareth his rod hateth his son: but he that loveth him chasteneth him betimes (diligently).”

Peter Anthony



Seven Minutes Worth Listening to

The Irish just had a referendum on limiting immigration. It passed four to one. So a radio station in Ireland decided to prove it was all racist, so they called David Duke.

David cut them to pieces in seven minutes, though of course they scarcely let him get a word in.

Here it is:

Like O’Reilly, all they did was call him names.

In a fast and furious fight like this, David used my arguments. He used the word “genocide,” which is the argument I introduced.

David uses the talent he has around him. I am some of that talent. I have spent fifty years fighting nose-to-nose with these insulting anti-whites, and I know how to use every second while they rave.

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Crucify the Little Guy

The Army just reported on the torture scandal. They said no one in the high command did anything wrong, but they are investigating “a failure of leadership at the lower levels of command.”

They’ve already tried and jailed some grunts.

What a surprise!

Priests who raped hundreds of boys have gone to prison, but the gang bosses, the bishops who made thousands of rapes of boys happen by shifting molesting priests around have not even been reprimanded.

Every Catholic bishop was an accessory before the fact. They all knew it was going on. An accessory before the fact is as guilty as anybody who actually acted as a rape gang boss.

None of those bishops have even been reprimanded.

They never will.

Have you ever heard of the sign on President Truman’s desk, “The buck stops here.”

The motto today is, “Crucify the little guy.”


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