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waspanglosaxon

Member Since: September 26, 2011

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  • June 28, 2015 at 4:22am

    I’ve for the longest time thought that the reason right-wingers aren’t more successful is that they aren’t proactive enough. Therefore, I would like to make 3 proposals: (1.) Put Jefferson Davis on the new $10 bill, (2.) start teaching eugenics in high school and (3.) reparations for the descendants of former slave owners who had their property illegally confiscated by the ZOG federal government.

  • [4] June 28, 2015 at 4:14am

    I’m officially through with both NASCAR and Walmart. However, if all this hatred for the Confederate flag was generated simply by Dylann Roof, the lunatic leftists should likewise remember that Roof – as well as all other mass murderers – wore a shirt, pants and shoes while doing his gunplay. So why don’t we outlaw clothes and shoes as well?

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  • June 14, 2015 at 1:23am

    I wish to address a side issue here, one that is just as dishonest, I am sure, as this White woman’s false claim to be Black. That is her family’s claim to have “a trace” of American Indian. Many people of all ethnicities make this obviously false claim. As a columnist for VDARE.com recently wrote, almost always this claim is to be either 1/4 or 1/8 (or less) American Indian, almost always Cherokee and nearly 100% of the time the claim is made on the basis of some long lost relative who cannot be produced to substantiate this claim. Oddly, the one ethnic group that truly does possess a substantial portion of Indian ancestry is the Hispanic race, which is hardly proud of same, as most of them try to claim to being White. If the government and the news media (both heavily dominated by one racial element) would quit their racial intimidation tactics, perhaps not quite so many people would feel the need to feel ashamed of what they truly are, even to the point of lying about it.

  • [-2] May 11, 2015 at 1:20am

    When SNL does a comedy bit mocking the ‘Holohoax’, then – and only then – will I believe their supposed commitment to freedom of speech.

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  • [-3] May 7, 2015 at 12:40am

    The so-called ‘American Freedom Defense Initiative’ is a gang of radical Zionists hell-bent upon provoking the Muslim community in the USA, so as to bring their war over here. This is the same crowd that files lawsuits to prevent a Nativity scene in front of the White House. As I’ve said before, there will be no peace in the Middle East until ‘Israel’ is returned lox, stock and bagel to the indigenous Palestinian population unconditionally.

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  • April 6, 2015 at 2:50am

    I personally am against these needle exchange programs. They have one in the city where I live and one can see countless syringes covering the sidewalks everywhere, endangering children who might pick them up, as well as the general population. Why enable lawbreakers? This is as encouraging to dope addicts as the government’s immigration policies are to illegal immigration. What ever happened to the rule of law?

  • [-3] April 6, 2015 at 2:34am

    I would simply like to remind everyone that Rand Paul was chosen to give the so-called ‘Tea Party Republican’ response to Obama’s State of the Union speech a few years back, as a supposed ‘alternative’ to the response given by liberal Republican Marco Rubio. Rather than provide a truly ‘alternative’ viewpoint, Rand Paul echoed the two leftists (Obama and Rubio) by shamelessly “welcoming” the illegal alien lawbreakers. Rand Paul lost my vote right then and there. Any pithy little statements he might make after that will fall upon deaf ears, at least insofar as any real conservative is concerned.

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  • [-2] April 6, 2015 at 2:17am

    I’ve noticed that virtually everyone who is salivating for war – including Pat Robertson and most of those posting here – are people who are certain never to have to go and participate in the carnage. ‘Israel’ not only has nukes but is – by virtue of historical example – the most war-like ‘nation’ in the Middle East. I do not believe that this country should continue militarily protecting ‘Israel’ from the consequences of her actions. If ‘Israel’ ceased to exist, the major obstacle to a lasting peace in the Middle East would be removed.

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  • [5] April 6, 2015 at 1:57am

    ‘White provilege’ is not only a myth, quite obviously, but the philosophy behind this tripe has its origins in cultural marxism. And this bilge is now being taught by the US (read: ZOG) Army. In virtually every major issue over the past 30 years (e.g., racial integration, affirmative action, handling illegal immigration, ‘Israel’, foreign policy in general, miscegenation, gay rights, etc.), I have generally found that what I personally consider to be the morally wrong standpoint is generally that taken by the US/ZOG federal government. The morally right position is what this government usually attacks viciously. Thus, I am constantly wondering why in the world the US/ZOG Army is populated significantly by White (frequently Southern) men, i.e., the very ones this government is constantly attacking?

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  • [-1] April 1, 2015 at 2:16am

    Perhaps the greatest – and most lethal – ‘April Fool’s Day’ prank of all came about a month early in 2003, when a goofball president convinced the American people, the Congress and enough others that a non-aggressive country in the Middle East had so-called ‘Weapons of Mass Destruction’. Many young men bought into this ‘prank’ to the point where they enlisted in the military, went over there and got either killed or seriously wounded – all of it for absolutely nothing. When the war was over, then that country’s legitimate president was murdered, no WMDs were ever found, though some screwballs still maintain that they existed, though they cannot explain why the other country wouldn’t have used these weapons to defend themselves. April Fool!

  • [1] March 20, 2015 at 2:38am

    What’s so ‘amazing’ about this – a liberal Republican helping a liberal Democrat? I’ve yet to meet one individual who can tell me one single thing Geo. W(orst ever) Bush ever did that could in any way, shape or form be called ‘convservative’. He destroyed the economy, championed the illegal aliens, invaded a non-aggressive country and overthrew its legitimate leader – what, as his opponent asked repeatedly in the 3005 presidential debates – is in any way ‘conservative’ about that?

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  • [-2] March 20, 2015 at 2:12am

    Actually, the re-election of Nut-tin-yahoo might be a good thing for us anti-zionists, for this will mean continuing war, which can only result in eventually wearing ‘Israel’ down. There are more Arabs, after all, then there are jews. Do the math. The Palestinian side will win eventually; it’s just a matter of time.

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  • [-3] March 6, 2015 at 1:53pm

    To each his own. Here are the reasons why I’m ashamed to be an American:
    The 1964 ‘civil rights’ act violating freedom of association.
    The 1967 Supreme Court ruling in Loving vs. VA, legalizing miscegenation.
    The entire presidency of Lyndon (s.o.) B. Johnson.
    The EEOC Act of 1971 signed by Nixon, authorizing so-called ‘affirmative action’.
    The US government’s ongoing shameless and senseless support of ‘Israel’.
    The entire presidency of Geo. W(orst ever) Bush.
    The murder of a disabled woman (Terri Shaivo) by the government.
    The US invasion of a non-aggressive country (Iraq) for no apparent reason.
    The entire presidency of Barak Obama.

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  • [-7] March 6, 2015 at 1:35pm

    Jews have a bad reputation for the very same reason that Blacks and Mexicans have bad reputations – it’s entirely based upon what people have seen and experienced from them in many places over a long period of time. People who know jews well and interact with them frequently usually hold them in the greatest contempt. Those who profess sympathy for jews (e.g., most of The Blaze followers) really do not know them well at all.

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  • [1] March 2, 2015 at 3:44am

    I’m still unconvinced about Walker. Remember how McCain, after decades of championing the ‘rights’ of illegal aliens over those of US citizens, suddenly flip-flopped temporarily to get re-elected? After he got back in, Juan McC. went right back on the amnesty bandwagon. Don’t get me wrong; it’s good that Walker has changed his views – but only IF he is truly sincere. I fear, however, that such is not the case.

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  • [-9] March 2, 2015 at 3:06am

    “We are all Palestinians.” I like that. It’s true; it fits. White Americans are like the Palestinians in the sense that we too have become a dispossessed people in our own land. We too have fallen victim to the ‘wandering jews’, an international race of criminals who, unable to build or create anything on their own, must sponge off of other, superior cultures and steal from those whom they can victimize. Palestine belongs rightfully to the indigenous Palestinians, not to a bunch of parvenus from Eastern Europe.

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  • [-8] March 2, 2015 at 2:23am

    So why is the US government apologizing for showing a little backbone and a bit of testicular fortitude? I don’t particularly like Obama, but he is the only president since 1948 who hasn’t been a complete puppet/shill/pimp for ‘Israel’. It’s about time that Americans wake up to the fact that protecting this genocidal state from the consequences of its imperialistic actions can and will only lead to WWIII. And for all of you self-righteous “Gawd Blezz Izz-ray-ell” suck-ups, I’ll believe your sincerity when you sign up for the Israeli army.

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  • February 28, 2015 at 11:48pm

    Whatever candidate has “the most money, the most endorsements and the best press coverage”. Hmmm, sounds as if Christie wants a liberal RINO to be the nominee, one not unlike himself. Again, why are these guys even calling themselves Republicans when they so blatantly champion the Democratic agenda? Nixon, Bush Sr. & especially Geo. W(orst ever) Bush have shown us that a liberal Republican is much more dangerous than even the most liberal of Democrats.

  • February 28, 2015 at 11:40pm

    All of these candidates are pro-illegal aliens, so I couldn’t personally vote for any of them.

  • [-3] February 28, 2015 at 6:21pm

    Pat Robertson of ‘The 700 Club’ celebrates ‘Black History Month’, the average self-righteous suck-up on The Blaze typically intones “Gawd blezz Izz-rye-ell” and now CPAC has endorsed a candidate who publicly welcomed illegal aliens. With ‘conservatives’ like this, who needs liberals? The Republican Party today is simply the Democratic Party of 20 years ago. If I can’t vote 3rd party in this election, I’ll just vote for whatever Democrat nutcase they nominate – at least the Democrats are honest in their disdain for us. Then I’ll be saving my money to move out of Northern Mexico.

    In reply to the story Rand Paul Wins the CPAC Straw Poll

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