Monday, June 27, 2016

The Traditionalist Worker Party hates Jews, Blacks, Hispanics, Fags, and Muslims

(Matthew Heimbach is the leader of the TWP.)
 
Yesterday, the Dragon Lady prepared beef and rice for dinner. I'm not a huge fan of rice. However, in South Korea, you can't get away from the stuff. It's served with every meal. But I didn't complain. I just smiled and ate my food like a well-behaved retard. I'm wonderful that way. I washed the vittles down with several large glasses of Cass beer. A good time was had by all.
 
I took my wife and youngest son to the movies. We watched The Conjuring 2. I nearly shit my pants with fear. Who knows? Maybe I'm half-a-fag, but I kept my eyes shut for minutes at a time. The most disturbing character is the transvestite nun. This demon absolutely tortures the poor family its haunting. It even tries to impale the youngest daughter on a jagged tree trunk.
 
I paid homage to the Christ God. I said the Lord's Prayer on bended knees. No big surprise. I'm not some dirty pagan. I thanked The Savior for his many gifts. For instance, I live in a shithole that is warm and dry. Plus I get to occasionally eat sushi and get drunk on beer. Lots of folks aren't as lucky as me. I'm just glad that I wasn't born in Uganda.
 
(This transvestite nun is pure evil.)
 
I went to bed at 10 p.m. I dreamt that I bought a bucketful of poisonous fish. These little critters had a deadly sting. My family insulted me when I brought the bucket into the house.
 
I woke up at 6 a.m. and drank a cup of freshly brewed coffee. Then I read the paper while enjoying a bathroom break. A famous actor from Seoul hanged himself in his apartment. He had been suffering from meth addiction for many years. His habit had cost him his family and career. I stay away from narcotics. Alcohol seems to do the job for me. This lost soul donated his organs to medicine. Let's hope that he doesn't meet the transvestite nun in the afterlife. The poor son-of-a-bitch has suffered enough.
 
I turned on CNN. A white supremacist group called the Traditionalist Worker Party tried to hold a rally in Sacramento, California. They were attacked by a communist group called By Any Means Necessary. Ten people were taken to the hospital after being stabbed with knives. The Traditionalist Worker Party had a permit to assemble. You don't get to assault people just because you disagree with them. American Nazis have rights, too.
 
Anyway, I've shot my load. So long for now, and God bless everybody.  

10 comments:

  1. "A permit to assemble"... Another of those things that put the lie to Amerikans' belief that they are free. Why the fcuk should people have to apply to the government to "petition for redress of grievances" (the Founding Fathers' term for having a political protest)? If people aren't disrupting civic life, it's ludicrous that they should be stopped from using public property to assemble, unless the government says they can. The fact that Duhmericans, especially those on the Left, allow themselves to be herded into "Free Speech Zones" (what an Orwellian name for what are essentially protestor ghettos) shows how cowed even the agitators have become. Pussies!

    In Australia, people don't need a permit to protest. I go to rallies (as demonstrations are called here) all the time, and organisers of several have told me this. It's considered good form to alert the coppers that a mob of X number of thousands of people from Y organisations will be marching down route Z in the city centre, because the po-leece will block off the intersections, tell the trams to re-route, etc. But they don't try to stop activists. Not even the neo-Nazis, who have been increasingly active here. The constabulary does come to their rallies, because angry young socialists and Muslims often assault the right-wingers, since the main target of those demos is against Islam and immigration. Even though the authorities know there's going to be trouble, they don't prevent the rally. People DO get arrested, but only AFTER they have started punching on to others. Australia has more of a sense of freedom than America, mate. Merkins like to think they're the freest people in the world, but they're deluding themselves.

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    1. Hi Bukko.

      If you're a Nazi, it's very important to get the permit. That way you let the police know what's going on. Being forewarned can help stop fights. Why wait till people actually start getting their teeth knocked out?

      Cheers.

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    2. "That way you let the police know what's going on."

      That's my point, about why NOT to do it, if people value freedom. Perhaps you're being ironic. It's hard to tell on the Internet. Why the hell should the police know what a group is going to do? Unless one is living in a police state.

      Rallies here are advertised with flyers, on websites, word-of-mouth, etc. Same everywhere -- if you want lots of people to attend something, you can't keep it a secret, or it's just you and your buddy Earl standing on a street corner like mooks. Any competent police force will have coppers whose job it is to pay attention to what various agitators are doing. That's not police state, as long as the pigs don't interfere; that's just being situationally aware. Police also have informants inside groups who will feed them information, say, in exchange for the authorities' deciding not to send them back to jail for probation violations. We're all guilty of something, and people with power use that to their advantage. If the cops are any good, they'll have contacts with people in whatever group is doing the action, and they can ask "How big do you think this is going to be? We need to designate enough officers to control traffic." There's a certain level of cooperation and respect between officialdom and citizen organisations, even those which are protesting against the officials. People who are members of protest groups live in society, they have jobs (mostly) and they're not total outside-the-system freaks. If they are, they're so marginalised and puny in their numbers that they don't pull in enough protestors to block an intersection.

      My scenario doesn't encompass criminal organisations, terrorists and revolutionaries operating outside the law to try and violently overthrow The System, of course. When it gets to that point, it's kill or be killed. Anyone of that mindset isn't going to be asking for a parade permit. But those sorts aren't trying to change society with public action; they're trying to fuck shit up. In civilised countries like the U.S. still is, there's not much of that, no matter what your fevered imagination thinks of Black Lives Matter and La Raza. Quick -- how many times has La Raza pointed guns at government officials compared to Ammon Bundy and his mob?

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    3. La Raza and Black Lives Matter are free to deliver their bile. Trump supporters have jobs, so they are far too busy to cause problems.

      But what about people like Anne Coulter? They need police protection from the violent left. It's about security.

      Cheers.

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    1. Hi anonymous.

      You are a man brimming with wisdom.

      Cheers.

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  3. You brought your youngest son to that scary movie?
    Not sure how old he is, my son is still very young and it's important for me to preserve his innocence.

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    1. Hi anonymous.

      My son is eight. But the movie is just PG. Nevertheless, it's terrifying. I nearly pissed my pants.

      Cheers.

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  4. Conjuring 2 is an amazing movie. I'm so glad I watched it in the cinema, I think you need to be engulfed in the whole thing to get into it. Just brilliant. James Wan is a great director, reminded me of scary movie from the past like the Exorcist, had that vibe. It also was creepy cause it reminded me of my childhood era in the UK, they certainly got the details spot on. My wife hated me though for watching it. ;)

    James

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    1. Hi James.

      I loved the movie, too. It scared the living shit out of me.

      Cheers.

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