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What Do We Fight For?

Posted by Thunder Pig on May 6, 2007

I have tried to contribute to a new vocabulary by coining the word “Caucasophobia” for anti-white racism, and have suggested the term “self-termination” for organized Western self-loathing and the Western policy of unilaterally dismantling our own culture. Both terms are OK, but if somebody can come up with something better and more catchy, I’m all ears. One can say many bad things about the word “Islamophobia,” but it’s easy to understand and sticks in your mind. If the shariabots can come up with a word like that then infidels shouldn’t be any less inventive.

We are against Sharia and Jihad, but what are we for? What is Western civilization? What exactly sets it apart from others and makes it worth keeping? If we’re going to defend “freedom” and “Western civilization,” we need to define precisely what we are talking about.

I would personally say that the emphasis on the individual is our most defining trait as a civilization. Both Muslims and internal collectivists hate our individualism the most, because it stands in the way of their ideologies. This is why they go to great lengths to smash it and replace it with group thinking. However, even our individualism can potentially be carried into such extremes that it can become a problem. Individuals still need to feel part of something greater and enduring, or society will be left unable to defend itself.

Source: Gates of Vienna

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Democrat Leaders in NC House Force Irresponsible"Sexuality"-Education Bill Through Health Committee!

Posted by Thunder Pig on May 6, 2007

In a stunning and very public abuse of power during Tuesday’s committee meeting, the Democrat leadership (Ray Rapp, Madison Co. and Bob England, Rutherford Co.) not only refused to hear testimony from anyone who opposed the Sex-Ed bill (H879), they didn’t even allow a formal vote to be taken! “Why not?” you ask? Read what the bills author, Rep. Susan Fisher (D) of Buncombe County told the Charlotte Observer after the fiasco took place:

Fisher acknowledged after the hearing that the bill may not have had the votes to pass the committee, and moving it ahead may give time for support to grow.
“I am not a gambler,” she said. “We want to give people a chance to think about what they heard and see if it makes any difference down the road.” (you can read the article here)

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Hat Tip: KR West Carolina Report Correspondent

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An Open Letter to Dr. McClain at Duke by John Armor

Posted by Thunder Pig on May 6, 2007

Guest Commentary


I am, of course, upset with the behavior of many members of the Duke
faculty in condemning in advance and without evidence, the Duke
players who have now been cleared. Of the 88 faculty who are the
serious offenders, this woman is the worst of the lot. Hence this
letter to her.


Paula McClain, Professional Black Person

An Open Letter to Dr. McClain at Duke:

[BB 545, 5 May 2007, 706 words]

I'm writing to you because you are part of the Gang of 88, the
Professors at Duke University who took out a full-page ad in the Duke
newspaper to condemn the three students who were charged with various
sexual crimes. You asserted they were guilty, and condemned them in
many ways, before any open evidence had been presented, or any trial

Now, as you well know, all charges have been dismissed. The North
Carolina Attorney General has dismissed all charges and has stated that
there is no credible evidence that any crime was committed.
Furthermore, States Attorney Nifong who brought the charges, is now
under investigation.

One of the Gang of 88 has recognized that the ad he signed was
and has apologized. You have not apologized. You have dug the hole
deeper by your own errors. Hence, this letter is addressed only to
though the other 86 faculty who have not apologized are cordially
invited to read this over your shoulder.

A friend of mine, who is a veteran, and a black man, sent two e-mails
all 88 of the Professors. He received a response only from you. I'll
quote his e-mails, and your response. But first, I'll tell readers the
titles you have at Duke.

You are the Co-Director, Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity and
Gender in the Social Sciences at Duke. You are also a Professor of
Political Science, Public Policy and African and African American
Studies at Duke University. Your most recent book, "Can We All Get
Along?" like the rest of your career, is focused on racial matters.

My friend wrote to you about the "historical reality such as the
marginalization of innocent blacks within a once overtly racist
justice system or the past subjugation of women or any number of other
offenses and attempts to apply that to a contemporary situation wherein
the objective facts don't apply." He noted perversion of the facts in
the Tawana Brawley case, and in the Duke case.

My friend reached the same conclusion that the Attorney General did
later, that an "an unscrupulous DA ... [chose] to exploit racial
identity politics." How did you respond to this rational and correct
description of the situation? Your reply said, "Your continued
have now moved into the realm of harassment and I have reported you to
your service provider for using abusive and
inappropriate language in your email which was sent through their

Not only was your reply irrational and emotional, it also contained a
threat against the correspondent. No one who is, as you signed
yourself, a Professor of Political Science at Duke University, should
think or write in this manner.

For additional proof that your only concern is who is the black person
in any situation, and therefore is on the correct side of the matter,
look at a newest instance of rape charges at Duke. This time the woman
who says she was attacked, is white. The people charged are black.
one word has been said about this by you, or any other member of the
Gang of 88.

Your correspondent said that he thought "universities are about the
exchange of ideas." He decried "political correctness" at Duke, or at
any other university, as both wrong and an attack on the whole reason
that universities exist in our society. As a former Professor of
Political Science, I thoroughly agree.

The first night of class, when I taught American Political Theory, I
told my students, "Do not trust pre-chewed conclusions, from anyone
including me. Research the facts, read the documents, reach your own
conclusions." Why is it I get the distinct impression that you would
never dare say that to your own students?

If you do not apologize to the unjustly charged Duke students, you
indicate that your politics and teaching are driven by blackness, by
being an Afro-American, and nothing else. It is the opposite of being
Professor, and you should not remain one long.

There's no need to reply to this letter. It will be sufficient reply
when I hear that you've had the integrity to resign from Duke, or the
university has had the gumption to fire you.


John Armor, Esq.
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About the Author: John Armor practiced in the US Supreme Court for 33
years. He lives in the 11th District of North

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Hillary Clinton is God’s Man!

Posted by Thunder Pig on May 6, 2007

By Rev. Phillip “Flip” Benham

May 5, 2007

It appears that the political arm of the Christian Right is attempting to save the Republican Party from its own inevitable self-destruction. It cannot be done! The Republican Party has no intention of honoring God or His Word, and God has every intention of bringing this Party to an ignominious end.

The election of Hillary Rodham Clinton as president of the United States of America in 2008, will be the seal and the end of a failed Party that sold its birthright for a mess of pottage. It had ample opportunity to stand for God and His Word. It controlled the presidency, the Senate, and the House, yet it chose to compromise those issues (abortion, homosexuality, Islam) for which the world and the devil are steadfastly contending. It chose peace with the devil, rather than war with him.

Winston Churchill said it best when he confronted then Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain with his cowardice and betrayal in dealing with Adolph Hitler. Chamberlain returned to England proclaiming, “Peace in our time!” Churchill responded, “You sir, had a choice between shame and war. You chose shame and you will have war.”

The Republican Party has chosen the way of shame when it should have been at war. It has correctly assumed that the Christian Right had no where else to go but Republican and therefore could be bought for a very low price. Unfortunately, this assumption has proved true time and again, as the Republican Party continues to lower the bar for those seeking the Party’s nomination. Now the frontrunners for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination are pro-abortion.

Pastor Jerry Falwell, a strong political arm of the Christian Right, is having Newt Gingrich speak to the graduating seniors at Liberty University in 2007. I wonder why? He had John McCain speak to last year’s graduating class. He already had pro-abort Rudolph Giuliani speak at the school of higher learning. These three will never stand for life – they are politicians. Pastor Falwell is selling his birthright for a mess of pottage. But he is preparing the way for the Christian Right to vote for a pro-abortion Republican.

Source: News With Views

Hat Tip: Ken B. via Anna C.


Read the whole article. I can only argue the following: God has chosen people of less than salubrious character to do His Will before, Moses the Murderer and Saul the Persecutor comes to mind most quickly.

I have been waiting for Newt to run because I am very familiar with his views, and although I do not agree with him on every point, I have the most confidence in him to do that which is right, and his vision of The Long War is correct.
Duncan Hunter is the man that meets the requirements of the article as a good man, and I think that Barack Obama and Al Gore are worse choices than the HildaBeast because at least she would continue the War Against the IslamoFascists.

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