At the end of the year

| December 31, 2010

After a year of hard work we’re feeling a little lazy at the end of the year, so today’s post is just follow-up on news stories we collected over the past few weeks. Maybe you missed something. Most of these stories confirm trendlines we have already established. Economy Economic trends do not match the happy [...]

Turning America into no man’s land

| December 29, 2010

“No man’s land” originally meant the unoccupied and uncontrolled territory between two armies. Today it means the districts controlled by liberals. There is a liberal army, the army against civilization, but there isn’t a second army, an army of civilization. There are official police forces, but these are hamstrung by liberal laws and liberal regulations. [...]

The stinkeroo election

| November 4, 2010

We weren’t much interested in the news about the election campaign, even though this one was very important. Election campaigns are mostly lies and propaganda. They consist mainly of people calling each other names, negative ads, meaningless personal stories serving some ideological agenda, and voter fraud. Listening to liberal discourse is always degrading and distressing. [...]

The crisis outline

| March 2, 2010

Can the global financial network crash twice in three years? We don’t forecast a second crash, but you have to notice the crooks are still in power, and debt issuance has reached the point of concern. Bond markets aren’t going to allow cheap debt service any longer. The weaker economies are experiencing outmigration and capital [...]

Sarkozy wants to end white race

| February 7, 2010

The Brussells Journal reports on French President Sarkozy’s plan to forcibly diversify France. France will require employers to give preference to new immigrants in hiring. Sarkozy said that “not to intermarry racially is bad for the survival of the country. Thus he amalgamated the concepts of preference for minorities in job hiring with that of [...]

Failing socialist states

| December 31, 2009

An overview of states’ budget problems at Dollars and Sense. States are running revenue shortfalls that average 24 percent. The big problems: states run welfare programs employing vast numbers of bureaucrats. The federal government currently supplies around 20 percent of states’ budgets, for Medicare. Neither of these trends is sustainable. Each state is faced with [...]

Letter to the White Race

| October 21, 2009

In previous posts we’ve sent you over to Centurean2 for reporting on British resistance to the New World Order. Centurean picked up and reprinted our post on Destroying Europe. We clicked over to Centurean and then followed a few links. What did we find? Resistance is popping up all over the place.