Archive for July 16th, 2005

Routine Cruelty to Children

In the 1990s, a research project discoverd something about circumcision.


It doesn’t just hurt, it is a major trauma.

Before then circumcision was performed without anesthetics of any kind. You see, this was an infant, and an anesthetic might be BAD for him.

Agony was OK.

Agony is always OK for kids. When I was coming up, the kid losing his teeth was considered funny. If any adult had to have a tooth extracted, he got novacaine and lots of it. But the kid was considered a dribbling coward if he didn’t tie his tooth to a door and have it closed or yank it out himself.

Each year a kid attends school for 180 days. Each of those days he had at least two hours of Study Hall. That is 360 hours a year that an active child must sit quietly and raise his hand if he wants to go to the bathroom.

If an adult is required to sit in a jail for over 48 hours without an actual charge being levied against him, he can get a writ of habeas corpus to get out. Unless it’s murder, he can get bail.

You don’t make an adult sit there for 360 hours a year without going to court, big time.

But the bottom line is simple. So the infant doesn’t like the agony of cirumcision? What’s he going to do about it? We’re bigger than he is.

And we’re bigger than that brat in the study hall, too.


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7/16/05 Bob’s Weekly WOL Articles

Weekly Articles

July 16, 2005
Sobsister History
Emma Lazarus, Sobsister, Idealist, and Founding Mother
Whomever America Belongs To, It’s NOT to White Gentiles, Nothing Does

Fun Quote:

“I don’t feel we did wrong in taking this great country away from them. There were great numbers of people who needed new land, and the Indians were selfishly trying to keep it for themselves.”

— John Wayne


Sobsister History

This week’s internet radio show on Saturday at 2pm at THE UNTRAINED EYE will be called “Sobsister History.”

Young people may not remember the term “sobsister.”

A sobsister is some woman who sits around moaning and groaning about how bad things are for her. Older people may smile when they hear the term sobsister because all they remember is how silly sobsisters were.

What they DON’T remember is how VICIOUS sobsisters were.

Here is a woman whose family has probably been supporting and putting up with her for decades. All they get in return from her is being told how horrible they are. There was no rumor or smear too vicious for a sobsister to spread about her own long-suffering family to show how evil they were. Such smears helped her to prove they were the horrible people she said they were.

Our history today is entirely “Sobsister History.” It is based on showing how white gentile Americans, who created America, are really just nasty, vicious, mean, and have no redeeming qualities.

Every respectable conservative and every liberal, those who represent what is “both sides” in our political debate, agree that to solve the “race” problem,” the white race must go.

That would be ideal.

That is what passes for Idealism today. A white gentile who attacks his own race is considered an Idealist. For some reason he is not considered a traitor. He is considered an Idealist who is making some sort of great sacrifice by demanding the end of himself, and his own kind.

If that is regarded as IDEALISM in a society, you can imagine the depths to which such a society can plummet when it is not being “idealistic!”
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Emma Lazarus, Sobsister, Idealist, and Founding Mother

When most people today talk about “what America is all about,” they NEVER quote the Founding Fathers.

The Founding Fathers, in the Constitution we actually adopted, dedicated America to “ourselves and OUR posterity.”

But when most people talk about the Purpose of America today they never quote Washington or Hamilton. They simply quote an inscription on a piece of artwork sent to America by Frenchmen, the Statue of Liberty.

The inscription on that piece of French artwork, the Statue of Liberty, was written by what is now considered America’s Founding Mother, Emma Lazarus, and every word of it is totally opposed to the Constitution we adopted a century before Emma Lazarus got here. Emma Lazarus said that America was brought into existence for foreigners. Any foreigner, of course, had just as much right to it as its founders or their posterity did, as we and our posterity do.

It is fact that America’s Founding Mother, Emma Lazarus, was a Zionist who had two very interesting ideas about America:

1) America belonged to every non-Jew on earth, and to every Jew on earth until Jews could get their own country from which they could exclude all gentiles;

2) White gentiles who founded America were evil, vicious people who took the homeland away from the innocent, idealistic Indians.

Now how can it make any sense that a land taken from its rightful owners has now become the property of every other person on earth (the new rightful owners)?

No one EVER asks how Founding Mother Lazarus came to that conclusion.

It all comes together in Sobsister history. The basis for Sobsister History is that gentiles are not human.

They are pure evil who do only evil things. They have no right to ANY land. They have no right to exist.

That is the foundational outlook you must have firmly in mind if you are a respectable conservative.
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Whomever America Belongs To, It’s NOT to White Gentiles, Nothing Does

The one consistent underlying theme of our modern Sobsister dogma is White Gentile Evil. If the white gentiles took America from the Indians, then it is the duty of the rest of mankind to take it from them.

If you read the statement on immigration which has been adopted by conventions of the Orthodox Jews, Conservative Jews and Reformed Jews, and you read what they actually say in plain English, you will see they are talking about white gentiles in the same terms as Hitler talked about Jews.

Here is what they say:

1) There are too many white gentiles in America, and they are a danger to Jews;

2) The third world must be imported and a mixed-race society imposed to get rid of those white gentiles who are a danger to the Jews,

3) In other words, a Final Solution to the White Gentile Problem must be found and implemented.

I am not writing those statements with all the code words they mix into them to disguise what they are plainly saying. I am reducing them to the cold, hard meaning in them. They say what our Modern Thought, based on Sobsister History, says in plain English:

White gentiles treat everybody like dirt.

White Gentiles are Evil.

White Gentiles must go.


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7/16/05 Insider Letter

Reprinted to Blog from email list of 7/16/05)

*** Bob’s Insider’s Message ***

In his autobiography Benjamin Franklin said that one way he got things done was by giving credit to others for things he had come up with, even if he had done the work.

I exercised real power by dong the same thing. I would 1) come up with an idea, 2) find someone who could benefit by pushing it through.

In my case this was not as self-sacrificing as Franklin was because I did very little of the work. Richard Viguerie said in my anthology, The New Right Papers, that the New Right, which had so much to do with electing Reagan, began with a piece of legislation I got started.

But he had no idea that I got it started. The Internal Revenue Service had declared that any private school that wanted to keep its tax exempt status would have to meet racial quotas. Conservatives in general were afraid of being accused of racism, so they let it go ahead.

I contacted the long list of associations I had contact with from my activism and got some solid support. I then went to the Judiciary Committee, where my boss had staff, and talked to one of the newer staff members there who wanted to make a name for himself. I explained how it could be stopped and the benefits in it for him.

We beat it four to one on the House Floor, and after I handed it over to him, I did very little work on it. He and my boss got credit, I got it what I wanted.

I exercised power.

The problem with this method is that I often regretted what I started. Once it gets out of your hands it gets out of your control.

For example, I started what led to the Paperwork Reduction Act. I wrote an amendment to the bill establishing the Department of Education that every regulation had to declare how much extra paperwork it involved.

It didn’t pass, but Senator Hatch put three of the amendments I had come up with as excellent additions to the law, and this was one of them.

This became the Paperwork Reduction Act, but I have a feeling that in the end it just added to the paperwork.

Real power means real regrets.

The greatest power I exercise is the one I will still be exercising in my grave. It is the power I have through my radio program and whitakeronline and my blog. I work out EXACTLY what is wrong with what the other side is doing, and what should be done. The fact that present racial policy is simple, straight genocide is obvious now, but it took me years to get it across.

It is hard for anyone else to understand how I take credit for these things. Every idea I come up with can be found MENTIONED in something from many years ago. But you have to look for it.

It was mentioned and it was missed. I boil it down, I put it front and center, and I make it potentially useful in real political debate. Then I plant it, over and over. Then I make it become so obvious that everybody thinks they’ve always been saying it. That is exactly what I am working for.

If you do that work, someone is going to find it useful. I sit and watch these points become commonplace and very, very effective.

Just as Viguerie did not know that the idea he was talking about first came from me, the others things I do are not seen as coming from me. I make it good enough for people to run with it. I have exercised a staggering amount of power this way, and that is what I am after.

I was a bit surprised when William Rusher actually gave me credit in one of his books for the concept that Federal courts are the bulwark of each out-of-date establishment. It felt odd for someone to know that I had come up with it.

I appreciate his seeing it, but I get more satisfaction out of the power I exercise that no one but me knows that I have. By now I’m used to that and have learned to like the secrecy of it.

But getting credit is very different from exercising power.

And I like power.




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