Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Pray For London

I am really not sure what to say anymore about these Muslim attacks. The British have kissed Muslim ass for years and this is how they are repaid. I know, shocking.

And, no, this is not an isolated incident of "mental illness." This is an on-going war against our people. Don't believe me, just listen to what the Muslim leaders say for themselves. Just yesterday, the Turkish PM called for Muslims to attack Europeans. And yet we ignore it.

So whatever. I guess the English can have their candle light vigils and sing "Imagine" if that makes them feel better.

Monday, March 20, 2017


When Richard Spencer was physically assaulted for his political views the police pretty much ignored it. After all, we learned that "Nazis" deserve to be punched. But when journalist Kurt Eichenwald received a mean Tweet from a Twitter user named @Jew_Goldstein, all Hell broke loose. Supposedly, the tweet sent by @Jew_Goldstein contained an animated .gif that caused Eichenwald to have a seizure.

Ironically, the Texas judge that ordered the investigation was also named Goldstein.

I would think that if you are that fragile, you probably should not be on the Internet. What is next? Can a delicate woman call the police if she reads an article that causes her to have a fainting spell?

However, I have my doubts that Eichenwald actually had a seizure. He later admitted that he had the AutoPlay feature off. He had to manually clicked on the .gif to play it.

Of course, the real purpose of this criminal investigation is to silence criticism of certain powerful and connected people. Eichenwald considers himself to be part of the secular priesthood that should be legally protected from the riffraff mocking them.

Of course, if you read Eichenwald's Twitter feed he is not shy to smear and mock others. But mocking him is "Hate."

Thursday, March 16, 2017


My apologies for being late on my videos. But, sadly, my mother died on Monday, March 13. So I had to fly back to the States and help my brother with all the arrangements.

Thankfully, my mother's death was quite sudden and she did not suffer long. She was living on her own and was lucid and independent until the last few days.

My mother was always adventurous and bold in life, and I like to think my brother and I inherited some of those qualities.

She will be missed.