Saturday, March 28, 2009
20,000 Mourners Pack Oracle Arena to Honor Fallen Officers - Scum-sucking Liberal Newspaper Leads With Story About San Quentin Inmate Newspaper
The top story: "San Quentin Inmate Newspaper Fills Need To Know" by Michael Taylor.
Underneath it: "More Than 20,000 Mourn Slain Oakland Police."
I watched most of the 3-hour service on our local news stations, most of whom carried most of the service commercial-free. KRON4 - usually one of the most news-conscious stations - bizarrely cut away to regular programming right in the middle of the service. KTVU and KGO did carry the service in its entirety.
Governor Schwarzenegger and a bunch of other Democrats gave nice lip-service to the law-enforcement community, though there is little reason to think anything will change in this era of "change." Oakland Mayoral seat-warmer Ron Dellums did not speak (he was asked by some of the families not to), and that paragon of law-and-order Barbara Lee wasn't let anywhere near the mic.
The Oakland PD did a wonderful job organizing the event, and the love and brotherhood of the department was very touching. I gained a new respect for the Oakland PD and I'm feeling the beginnings of something resembling respect for the city of Oakland - at least for its people. The government is still a fucking Socialist mess, and until that changes there's little chance for real change in Oakland.
But the outpouring of sympathy across the Bay Area has a lot to do with the fact that people are simply fed up with a society that coddles criminals.
We have been taught - some of us our whole lives - to believe that cops are bad and laws are made to oppress us. The brainwashing has been very successful; the Bay Area is now a criminal's paradise... with police departments underfunded and understaffed and liberal dickwads screaming about the injustice of a system that dares try to protect law abiding, decent people from evil sub-human scum.
Thursday, March 26, 2009
(03-25) 20:36 PDT Oakland -- About 60 people marched and rallied in Oakland on Wednesday to condemn the police and honor Lovelle Mixon, who was killed by Oakland police after he fatally shot four officers Saturday.
Asked about police allegations that Mixon was suspected in several rapes, including that of a 12-year-old girl, marcher Mandingo Hayes (note: himself a political activist and convicted n*gger criminal who nearly beat his girlfriend to death) said, "He wasn't a rapist. I don't believe that."
Lolo Darnell, one of Mixon's cousins at the demonstration, said, "He needs sympathy too. If he's a criminal, everybody's a criminal." (note again: this bitch is a real piece of work... click here to go to eBay and find the T-shirts she's selling to "commemorate" her rapist killer cousin's crime spree. Fucking cunt.)
Despite the fact that only around 60 or so alleged human beings showed up for this racist march, the SF Chornicle - never missing an opportunity to foment racial strife - put this front and center on its website. It worked... the comments section on this story was filled with predictable and justified calls for these nasty scum to be deported, tortured and/or killed in all sorts of creative ways.
A note... sorry I had to censor the word n*gger. I really don't want to, but if you say it you get grief from blogspot.
I feel a word of clarification is in order.
When I say n*gger, I mean a certain type of person... one who blames all of their problems and all the evils of the world on white people, and who excuses the most despicable atrocities committed by black people in the name of "social justice."
Most black people are not n*ggers and indeed one not need be black to be a n*gger; there are a LOT of white n*ggers in the bay area. They are, simply, a waste of skin: a group of utterly useless animals with no redeeming properties whatsoever. The best thing to do with these people is to imprison them before they rape and kill proper human beings. Most black people understand this - understand it a lot better than white people do. The victims of these shitbags are primarily black themselves.
Now some of you may think that this sounds maybe a wee bit racist and insensitive. To you I say go fuck yourself. Hard. Just because you are too labotomized by political correctness to see reality in front of your face, doesn't mean that the rest of us will suffer. In fact, if you really honestly believe that these "people" can be "saved," then put your money where your mother-fucking mouth is and come out and defend them. I fucking dare you. Hit the comment button.
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
I was looking for a word to describe that feeling that afflicts so many San Franciscans, and "normaphobia" seemed to fit the bill. Literally speaking, it means (or would mean if it was a real word) "the fear or hatred of the normal."
Closely related is "xenomania" - or "an inordinate love of the foreign and strange."
Doing a search of this new word, I came across a hilarious and very right-on piece from the FreeRepublic written in 2004 by John Derbyshire called "Here to Stay: We're here, we're mildly and tolerantly homophobic, get used to it!"
Here's a bit of it, click the link for the whole thing...
Having previously described myself in these pages, and elsewhere, as "a mild, tolerant homophobe," I feel it is incumbent upon me to speak out now and then about homogamy (that is, "gay marriage") and kindred topics on behalf of the homophobe community — part of the larger Homophobic, Anti-Lesbian, Transsexuality-Hostile Or Moralistically-Oriented (HALTHOMO) community. The following are just random fugitive thoughts, with no particular coherence from one section to another and in no particular order.
Their worst nightmare. A "mild, tolerant homophobe" is the homo-activist's worst nightmare. Even to admit the possible existence of such a creature would explode his entire ideology. Anyone who does not give whole-hearted, roaring approval to the entire homo-agenda must, must, be tarred as a stump-toothed knuckle-dragging primitive, probably afflicted with grave psychiatric problems and hopelessly out of touch with the zeitgeist. If you are not totally on board with absolutely every tiny point of homo-dogma, then you are a sick, poisonous bag of cruelty and evil, who must be destroyed. That's what ideologues are like; that's the totalitarian mindset.
Just as Lenin hated the mild, constitutional Mensheviks with far more passion than he could ever bring to bear against the Tsar and his Cossacks, the homo-agitators hate folk like me much more intensely than they hate the killers of Matthew Shepard. Those felons, after all, serve a very useful purpose for homo-propagandists: By their awful crimes, they validate the victim status of homosexuals, and thereby the homo-activist project of upturning our society and rewriting all its laws to eliminate the "root causes" of such outrages. (Which are: the slightest, merest, faintest hints or traces of disapproval of homosexual acts.)
I, on the other hand, am of no use to them, and say things they don't want people to hear.
Well, all of that is their problem, not mine. I've been in this world long enough to know who I am, and I'm not in the habit of apologizing for any of it. I also know that there are vast numbers of Americans — many tens of millions — who think pretty much the way I do about this topic, and they are probably not in much of a mood to apologize about their views, either. We're here, we're mildly and tolerantly homophobic, get used to it!
Friday, March 6, 2009
More than 1,000 people have been killed in Mexico in drug-related violence this year. In 2008, the toll doubled from the previous year to 6,290. Both the U.S. and Canada have warned that murders related to drug activity in certain parts of Mexico, particularly along the border with the U.S., raised the level of risk in visiting the country.
There are signs the violent competition among Mexican drug and smuggling cartels is spilling across the border, as cities in Arizona report increases in such crimes as home invasions. More than 700 people were arrested as part of a wide-ranging crackdown on Mexican drug cartels operating inside the United States, the Justice Department said last month.