Monday, November 14, 2011

Republicans Urge War With Iran

Here is a story about some 38 year old youth that killed a girl. After he slashed her up he took her cell phone and he sent text messages mocking her death to her mother.,il

John Wilson Jr is one tough motherfucker that can slash to death a 14 year old girl. I guess he assumes we White men are too big of pussies to deal with him slashing our children.

Meanwhile, the Republicans and Democrats are on their knees sucking you know what from you know whom. They are urging another war to keep us "safe" from Iran.

I have a dream. A dream that we will one day have our own country. And our troops will deal with the likes of John Wilson Jr. and those that have betrayed our Nation. With EXTREME prejudice.


  1. Sadly, you could just as well be writing about the present situation in England. We, too, can no longer look to our regular military for protection.

    I believe the founding fathers of America had it right. From what I understand, they wanted to limit your nation's military capacity to a well-armed 'peoples militia' - able at a moments notice to protect the interests of the local, and if needs be, the wider community - not a huge standing army that would inevitably be used by the government of the day to protect it's own interests and the interests of it's foreign handlers.

  2. Right on and well said. Not long ago, our forefathers would have quick and swift justice for this youth.

  3. Can't say it clearer than that.

    Well said.

  4. The preamble to the Constitution spells it out that it is to secure the blessings of liberty for we the people and our posterity. Millions of foreign invaders and millions of others who by no fault of their own find themselves living here are not the posterity of the founders or the people spoken of in the preamble.

  5. U.S. Forces in Japan changes curfew to nighttime only

    The Japan-based U.S. Marines headquarters on Monday changed its previously imposed curfew to nighttime and servicemen only.

    The revised curfew is effective from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., the U.S. forces in Okinawa said, adding that all servicemen are prohibited from drinking alcohol in principle when being out of bases in day time.

    The U.S. Marines headquarters imposed the previous curfew on all its military personnel and nonmilitary staff in Okinawa Prefecture from Feb. 20 as a measure to tighten discipline in wake of a series of crimes which infuriated Japanese people. It also decided to designate Feb. 22 the "Day of Reflection" and set up a "Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Task Force".