Archive for October, 2007

Congratulations, you’re a racist!

Wednesday, 31 October 2007

I just wanted you to know that you’re a racist.  I know this because you don’t think Blacks should have reparations for slavery.  Also, you won’t dress like a Muslim, even for a day, to show you aren’t offended by Islam.   The Founding Fathers owned slaves, that means they were racists and their words should not be heeded.  I see here you recently posted verifiable facts about African-Americans, such as:

Blacks “were 7 times more likely than Whites to commit homicide in 1998”.

Blacks are four times as likely as Whites to kill their children…

28% of Black males go to jail, vs. 4.4% of White males

68.7% of Blacks are born out of wedlock.

56% of Black women have genital herpes! See page 21 of…

Though only 12% of the population, more Blacks are on welfare than Whites. See Figure B of…

RACISM!  This is racism.  If these facts hurt someone’s feelings, then the truth isn’t worth it.

(You’re also a bigot for mentioning religion–please don’t say the G-word, you’re bound to offend someone).

I once overheard you say illegals should be deported.  It’s obvious then, that you hate all Mexicans.  Don’t hand me this crap about “a nation of laws”.  Those people are poor and hungry, dammit!  They just want to work!  Besides, the white people stole this land, it really belongs to Mexico.

I’m free to call you a racist and there’s nothing you can do about it.  After all, who’s story is more believable?  You, the historical White Oppressor, or me, the innocent multicultural minority?  Even those who know you’re right and I’m wrong, do you think they want to stand by you now that you’ve been tagged a racist?  You’ve been STAINED.  Look at Jena, Louisiana.  A whole town libeled and slandered by us with the help of our friends in the media.  They don’t give a damn about truth, not when ratings are on the line.  We don’t admit when we’re wrong.  Ever.  We take our cues from the media.

Do you think white people have Civil Rights anymore?  Who are you, anyway, white racist?  Your history has been nullified, your traditions mocked, your values sunk.  We’ve made the word “white” an opposing magnet to words like Power, Brotherhood, Tradition, History.

Go on and try to disprove my words with logic and reason.  It won’t matter.  Humans are ruled by emotions, nothing else.  Once they know that you’re a RACIST nothing else will matter.  You’ve been branded.  For life.


The Pornette: Unanswered, Living Why

Wednesday, 31 October 2007

If there’s such a thing as a Liar’s Resume, the LA version must include having “dated” a porn star. Every time the subject “came up” in a group of guys, at least one would “confess” to such a tryst. During my years in the LA shithole even I’d been up close to a few working pornettes, just not as their date or “partner”. The energy of “The Industry” is poisoned, what an Old Testament Jew might call “unclean”. Lust has no effect and nothing to do with it; lust is a real emotion and pornettes radiate only lube and glitterdust.

With the exception of parasitic dudes seeking a free lunch from Jenna Jameson-level millionaires, I can’t understand why porn stars get married.
“How was your day, honey?”
“I was the cum-soaked centerpiece of a 20-dick circle jerk. Did you get the mail?”

One of the reasons porn women are able to perform is they’re mentally-unstable, emotionally-damaged, just plain fucked-up, so the absolute lowest, least sense-making move is when they have kids. Why a pornette would want to add Breeder to her list of achievements is illogic defined. What kind of mother material comes out of being a pig-on-a-spit between two dicks all day?

I feel bad for the children of porn stars. It would be better for kids to grow up with two gay parents than a digicam whore. That is all.

News? Here’s the news: fuck this.

Wednesday, 31 October 2007

If you’re a fan of common sense, reading the front page of the Drudge Report won’t do anything for you or your blood pressure.  Illegal scum in the US, Muslim scum taking over Britain, the discovery that a kid playing with matches caused one of the huge California wildfires, candidates completely unqualified in every respect dangerously close to being considered for the Presidency.   

It’s very hard to maintain any kind of perspective when all of the stupid shit is laid on you at once.

I wish I could show all the idiots a time-lapse of the needless and avoidable damage and destruction they cause, then shoot them in both kneecaps, because even in the face of overwhelming evidence that they’re dead wrong, they never learn. 

I’m in a pickle here.  Life isn’t worth living, yet there are certain aspects of it I want to defend.

Whoever heard of a suicidal survivalist?




Quoticle – Is he kidding?

Tuesday, 30 October 2007

Distrust yourself, and sleep before you fight. ‘Tis not too late tomorrow to be brave.

~ Dr. John Armstrong Wilde

Review of Bushite Fury’s “The Virus”

Tuesday, 30 October 2007 is a website devoted to making fun of, well, niggers: Blacks that have completely failed to become part of greater society except as a poor, criminal burden. The moderators of niggermania take the position that they are not hateful, because they deem niggers less than human and regard them as wild animals, unable to live up to “human” standards. They wonder aloud why society tolerates them, albeit humorously.

The Virus is a free online novella written by “Bushite Fury”. It’s about Aaron Winters, a White Man and former computer programmer angry at the destruction of American values at the hands of the Bush government and political correctness, the former because Bush (assuming it’s George W.) has invaded Syria and made foreign relations even worse, and the latter for allowing gangs of Blacks to terrorize the cities.

With the government taking over and fully monitoring all of the internet and other communications and the media complicit in censoring all “intolerant” news, Winters knows it’s only a matter of time before there’s no chance for any kind of resistance, especially with gangs on the edge of taking over his once-nice neighborhood. He and his neighbors hatch plans to escape.

Winters packs up his family and builds a hidden cabin in a national park, where he and his wife and two small children exercise, read and above all, learn to survive, hunting, fishing, tracking, etc. The prose during these parts goes down like flat soda, but adequately explains what would be a tremendously difficult process in a believable way. Dialogue and other elements of storytelling are raw and unpolished.

The virus of the title refers not only to the decay of society by unseen (or unacknowledged) forces but a computer virus that Winters builds in secret to unleash on the government as revenge.

Author Fury is at his best when explaining the destructive results of America turning its back on its history and allowing segments of the population to literally get away with murder in the name of “tolerance”. The tragedy of our times is that questioning the forces overtly and covertly destroying America are found in sophomoric yet honest efforts like this, instead of being front page news and debated everywhere from park benches to the halls of Congress.

Curiously (or not) the word ‘nigger’ is nowhere to be found in the text of The Virus, nor is any direct mention made of the “real” enemy, The Jews. Fury also prefers the pagan religions to Christianity, an odd choice.

The Virus deserves a skimming at least. Hopefully its talking points will be revisited. By me.

A small example of why government sucks and will continue to do so

Sunday, 28 October 2007

First, a word about the article itself…after a few days it was moved to the archives of the El Paso Times, where they charge you a few bucks for looking it up.

All I did was paste the article title into Google, select ‘Cached’ and recovered the original for free.

I’m posting it here rather than have you go thru all that. Commentary to follow.

Fed employees used $146 million in unjustified travel
By Hope Yen / Associated Press Writer
Article Launched: 10/02/2007 06:28:25 PM MDT

WASHINGTON – Federal employees wasted at least $146 million over a one-year period on business- and first-class airline tickets, in some cases simply because they felt entitled to the perk, congressional investigators say.

A draft report by the Government Accountability Office, obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press, is the first to examine compliance with travel rules across the federal government following reports of extensive abuse of premium-class travel by Pentagon and State Department employees.

The review of travel spending by more than a dozen agencies from July 1, 2005, to June 30, 2006, found 67 percent of premium-class travel by executives or their employees, worth at least $146 million, was unauthorized or otherwise unjustified.

Among the worst offenders: the State Department, whose employees typically fly abroad on official business.

Many of the cases involved high-ranking senior officials or political appointees who claimed exceptions to federal travel rules by citing old medical records or questionable approval from a subordinate employee.

Investigators found that senior officials often flew business- or first-class because they felt entitled to the perk.

The higher airfare for traveling in one of the premium classes resulted in expenses often five to 10 times more than what was authorized under government travel rules.

“With the serious fiscal challenges facing the federal government, agencies must maximize their ability to manage and safeguard valuable taxpayers’ dollars,” investigators wrote, suggesting agencies recoup the extra cost from those who abuse travel policies.

Under federal rules, government employees generally must fly coach for both domestic and international travel unless the flight takes 14 hours or longer. A few exceptions apply when the employee receives agency approval based on a medical condition, security concerns, lack of availability of coach seats or when required “because of agency mission.”

Government investigators found that employees openly flouted the rules and agencies did little to check their abuses. Among the waste cited:

-An Agriculture Department executive took 25 premium-class flights costing $163,000 and said the extra expense had been authorized by a subordinate. In 10 of those trips, the traveler claimed exceptional circumstances to justify the pricier travel to western Europe, even though agency policy forbids premium-class travel unless the flight time is longer than 14 hours.

-Thirty-two State Department employees flew from Washington to Liberia in premium class over a six-month period. Five of those travelers did not have authorization for premium class; three had duplicate tickets and no evidence that the duplicates were refunded; and 17 were not properly justified, as their trips did not meet the 14-hour rule. These flights cost $293,000 and comparable coach-class tickets would have cost $124,000 – a difference of $169,000.

-At the Pentagon, a political appointee took 15 premium-class flights and cited a medical condition as justification for the $105,000 in expenses. However, the only evidence of a medical condition was a note signed by a fellow Pentagon employee, not a physician, attesting to surgery from several years earlier. The Pentagon did not have a doctor’s certification from the employee as required by agency policy.

-Nine Justice Department employees charged the agency $35,000 for premium-class air tickets to Frankfurt, Germany, claiming the flight time was over 14 hours. Investigators found the employees added a separate flight to their calculations to reach the 14-hour total, a practice not allowed under government travel rules. Also, two of the flights were not authorized.

The GAO, Congress’ investigative and auditing arm, said it was referring all cases it found of improper and abusive travel to the respective agencies and inspector general’s offices for possible administrative action and repayment of the difference between premium-class and coach-class travel.

The report comes as some lawmakers are pressing to strengthen government sunshine laws by requiring agency disclosure of business-class travel to Congress. Currently, business-class travel accounts for 96 percent of the premium travel claimed by federal employees.

“No one disputes the fact that government officials need to travel, as not all work can be done behind a desk. Nor should all premium-class travel be eliminated. But the rules are there for a reason and the federal government should enforce them,” said Sen. Norm Coleman, R-Minn.

Coleman noted that after a 2003 GAO report uncovered abuses in Pentagon travel, the department tightened policies and has since dramatically reduced its use of premium travel.

“We simply need the necessary oversight mechanisms in place to ensure that taxpayers’ dollars are spent properly,” he said.

Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, who is seeking to provide greater accountability in the use of government-issued credit cards, agreed.

“The federal employees who like to stretch their legs while they fly need to realize they’ve already stretched the taxpayer’s purse by $146 million,” he said. “Agencies need to be more responsible with their travel programs and employees who violate the policy should be held accountable.”

The latest GAO report noted that several government entities are not subject to government rules on premium-class travel – among them, the U.S. Postal Service, Federal Reserve and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. – opening up more opportunities for unnecessary waste.

Those entities often allow members of their board of governors to travel business or first class for shorter flights overseas and sometimes domestically. In one case, a deputy director of FDIC flew business class from Washington to London and back at a cost of $7,200, while a coach- class ticket would have cost $800.

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I can tell you two things with absolute certainty regarding the above article. Actually, three things:

1) No changes will be made to the way the government does business, the travel cheats will continue to rip-off the public just as before.

2) No one will be fired from their government job for these rip-offs.

3) You and I won’t do a damned thing about 1 & 2.

This is a micro-example of how government operates and how government sucks. When I was in the Coast Guard, a civilian government employee and I did some work for a base down in San Diego. We traveled there from Long Beach and stayed in “the SD” about a week, and the whole time each of us had our own fairly nice room in a Hawaiian-themed hotel. We were fully authorized to do so, though I suppose if it wanted to, the CG could have just as easily made us stay in an inexpensive motel without waterfalls and glass elevators.

I’m not even sure what my point is, except perhaps that government employees already have it fairly good, so why cheat the public?

Well, let’s imagine we’re in their position. “YOU” are a mid-level bureaucrat sandwiched between clowns above you whose sole job is to kiss the asses of the moneyfolk above them responsible for next year’s budget, and a crew of jokers below you, half of whom are hopelessly incompetent, hired only because of their gender and/or skin color, cubicle welfare recipients which the other half below you wastes half their day trying to keep afloat.

You’re a mid-level bureaucrat, with no illusions that your job or your agency will improve itself or whomever it’s designed to serve. You had idealistic dreams once when you started 8 years ago, but now you’re a stuffed shirt who knows best to keep his/er mouth shut, smile like a farting poodle and attend the endless stream of fuck-all Diversity seminars and faux-holiday celebrations without complaint.

So here you get a chance to attend some thingy in another city, and dammit, you, the unsung hero of a ridiculously bad and useless government office, finally has a chance for a few hours to be left alone and get some First Class treatment, albeit at 30K feet. If Gakwavius Jenkins can claim he doesn’t have to file TPS reports “because of slavery” then you can certainly fudge a medical condition and eat filet mignon on a flight to some useless bullshit seminar in Hawaii.

And that’s how it happens, and will continue to happen. There should be a revolution of some kind, yes, but are you and I going to put down the remote or leave the drive-thru of Wendy’s before reaching the speaker-screen in order to “protest”? Where would we start? Who would listen? We shake our heads in knowing disgust at articles like this, that’s about it. It’s not even worth the stamp to write (y)our Congressperson.

Those of us at the bottom know the value of a dollar, even when we decide to burn it on Lotto and cigs and Slurpies and drugs. As the amount of wasted government monies soars into the billions and trillions, numbers the human mind cannot grasp, we simply become more numb.

It’s a miracle that government buildings don’t burn like California’s summer forests: a dependable miracle that lazy, incompetent, thieving gummint slobs will continue to count on forever. Mind you, I’m no anarchist, but any sane person after reading articles like the one above should feel the urge to become one.

More entertaining post; same subject; CLICK.


Sunday, 28 October 2007

God is not on my side. I’m a nigger (White) with nothing. I see no point in going on. I’m neither happy nor unhappy, walking down the middle of tracks leading to an abyss of tunnel blackness.

I’m 180 degrees out of phase with the human race. I hate everyone more successful than me and curse everyone else for being in the way.

Yet I don’t blame anyone else, not really. I just don’t care. It’s all futility.

This mood will pass as I rehydrate. Fuck icebergs.

Not necessary

Saturday, 27 October 2007


I already own a “batter blaster.”  Only girls over 16 need apply. 



Survey stolen from Namdev

Friday, 26 October 2007

1. What is a question that people always ask you?
Certainly not this one, because it’s dumb as shit.

2. What is the 6th text in your inbox?
Nigerians need money.  

3. What’s the last thing you said to someone & to who?
A friend.  “Later.”

5. Name something you have to do tomorrow?

6. Have you ever called 000?
Never heard of him.

7. Do you own an iPod?

8. Do any of your friends have children?
some do.  poor fools.

9. What CD is currently in your CD player?
see 7

10. Do you prefer regular or chocolate milk?
each at different times.

11. Has anyone told you a secret this week?
Yes but I forgot it.

12.When was the last time you had Starbucks?
About a month ago.

13. Can you whistle?

14. Are you currently wanting any piercings or tattoos?
I’d like to “pierce” a few broads at work.  With my penis.  

15. Do you get along better with men or women?
Neither.  But men fear me less.

16. Do you sleep on your side, stomach, or back?
We all sleep on all three ‘sides’ through out the night.  I mostly fall asleep by taking Vicodin.

17. What are you listening to?
the clatter of the computer keyboard

18. What does it remind you of?
the clatter of the computer keyboard

19. Which of your friends lives closest to you?
“Egg” lives 10 miles or so away, but the distance is 1000s of years of work, family, obligation so I only see him once a week for a handful of hours.

20. What did you do yesterday?

21. What big concerts are you looking forward to?
none.  I hate live music.

22. What’s bothering you right now?

23. Next vacation you’re going on?

24. Last time you had butterflies in your stomach?
I’ve never eaten butterflies.

25. What did you dream last night?
A pregnant woman at work was topless and trying to do push-ups.  I stopped her.

26. Does your phone ring in the middle of the night often?
never, it’s off 99% of the time.

27. What gets in your way of your sleeping?
having to wake up.

29. What is something you’ve learned about yourself recently?
I can’t go on like this.

30. Do you like anyone?
of course.

31. Do you know anyone who’s married?
Of course.

32. What’s your favorite number?
Why play favorites?  Whatever numbers win the Lotto.

33. Who was the last person to make you cry?
Mr. Onion.

34. What are you doing?
this (duh)

35. When was the last time you cried?
I only cry on the inside, and that’s timeless.

36. What is one thing you miss about your past?
the chance to do it all over.  The Replacements sing it as “One more chance to do it all wrong.”

37. Are you jealous of anyone?
yes.  the dead and the rich.  in that order.

38. Is anyone jealous of you?
only idiots.

39. Has anyone recently told you that they like you?
fuck no.

40. Who was the last person you drove with?
the old man.

41. What are you looking forward to?
death and sleep.  in that order.

42. How are you today?
miserable, minus those times I ate Twisted Frostys from Wendy’s with m&ms.

useful shit of a tidbit

Friday, 26 October 2007

I read this info from time to time in an email…one of those things you should do immediately but never get around to doing.  Recently I had to pay my car registration by mail so while I had the shit out I took the plunge, and now since you’re reading this why don’t you follow my lead.

If you work at a place with Xerox privileges or if you have a printer/scanner (in 2007 this is very likely)  take every card and important paper in your wallet or purse–specifically your IDs and credit cards–lay ’em down and copy or scan both sides.

Now, should something happen like ID theft you have a nice record of all those numbers you see everyday but take for granted will be here tomorrow.  You also have a nice copy to give to your local cops.

I see the all-in-one printer/scanner/blender under your desk, motherfucker.  Without a second to lose, finish reading this superb advice and get to it.  You’re welcome.