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Friday, April 4, 2014


This is my latest, published by the Courier Times of Bucks County

I can only imagine what readers of the distant future will make of the bizarre and disgusting behavior of our public officials. It will read like the hard to credit outrages from the decline of the Roman Republic. There have been several just lately, but surely the worst must be the procession of GOP presidential hopefuls before a collection of disloyal ethnic billionaires organized by one Sheldon Adelson. So far, Chris Christie, John Kasich, Scott Walker, Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush have traveled to that seat of American taste and virtue, Las Vegas, there to dance for Sheldon Adelson’s millions. Just last week Chris Christie spoke before a gathering of Sheldon’s 800 closest friends to swear allegiance to Israel. But fat dancing bears are notoriously clumsy and so Christie used the term “Occupied Territories,” for what we all call the occupied territories. Sheldon and his Zionist pals insist on calling these places “The contested places.” Christie actually apologized for his faux pas and was granted a grudging, conditional absolution, pending good behavior.
So far as I can tell, only Rand Paul has refused to perform dancing bear tricks for Zionist dollars. It’s nice to see at least one candidate who holds American interests paramount. It’s almost quaint. But we shouldn’t be surprised. Adelson has let it be know that he regrets funding two losers in the last election he tried to buy. He gave $15 million to Newt Gingrich to stop Romney only to have to spend God knows how many millions backing Romney, all for naught. His reasoning was simple. Obama was not soundly in Israel’s camp and would fail to start the long hoped-for war with Iran.
I know this is a serious charge so let’s hear from Sheldon himself about how he would deal with Iran. These are his remarks delivered at Yeshiva University in answer to a question by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach on Iran’s nuclear program:
"No. What do you mean support negotiations? What are we going to negotiate about? What I would say is, 'Listen, you see that desert out there, I want to show you something.' ... You pick up your cell phone and you call somewhere in Nebraska and you say, 'OK let it go.'
"So, there's an atomic weapon, goes over ballistic missiles, the middle of the desert, that doesn't hurt a soul. Maybe a couple of rattlesnakes, and scorpions, or whatever.
"And then you say, 'See! The next one is in the middle of Tehran. So, we mean business. You want to be wiped out? Go ahead and take a tough position and continue with your nuclear development.”
The above is just a hint of what Adelson represents, and yet these presidential hopefuls are willing to publically grovel and dance to his tune.
Adelson seems to be betting on Jeb Bush at the moment and for two reasons. The first is the Bush family habit of invading Muslim countries suspected of inconveniencing Israel. The other is that Jeb Bush is even more inclined than his father and brother to flood the country with cheap Mexican labor. And if there is anything Sheldon loves almost as much as Israel, it is cheap, non-unionized labor for his casinos. Immigration amnesty is one of the dance steps one must practice for Sheldon’s millions.
In the uproar among Republicans over the 2012 defeat it was obvious that immigration was one reason why many GOP’ers stayed home. It looked for a while like the GOP might actually swing in the direction of American population interests. And then, Sheldon and his buddies opened their wallets and both Eric Cantor (R) and House Speaker Boehner (R) announced their commitment to Immigration reform i.e., amnesty, for millions of illegals. Adelson gave $5 million to Cantor’s PAC and a like amount into Boehner’s. And presto, immigration amnesty is still a topic in the House. And yet millions of honest Republican voters believe that these two opportunists represent them! These bears dance not for you dear voters, but for the guy with the money and the dual loyalty.
Adelson is the eighth richest man in the world, a Zionist American oligarch if you will. He dumped ninety-two million dollars into support for GOP candidates in 2012. Except for keeping any patriotic immigration bills from passing the US House of Representatives, he got little for his money. This time he wants to buy a winner. According to Ari Fleisher, Bush’s old press flack and Adleson’s new collaborator, “The Sheldon Primary is an important primary and anybody running for the Republican nomination would want to have Sheldon at his side.”
So here we have it, “The Sheldon Primary;” it’s Ari’s term and presumably Adelson’s as well. The perfect primary for their purposes, no dumb Americans voting in “Sheldon’s Primary,” just dancing GOP bears looking for money. And the deal is for a war on Iran fought by the sons and daughters of the GOP suckers.

No one taking money from this man and his cronies at the Republican Jewish Coalition could possibly be a patriot. Let’s hope that Paul and perhaps, some others take the GOP in another direction.

Thursday, April 3, 2014


The media's predictable obsession over Malaysia's lost airliner focuses on a narrow band of quires.  Many of these are more a glimpse into the naiveté of the press than anything else.

I have a question.  Why none of these magnificent birds on the case?  Why are Japan and Russia the only nations on the earth fielding a fleet of these very useful aircraft?  The present search is impeded by the fact that the aircraft with sensing instrumentation cannot land to confirm what they think they sense.  So ships must be dispatched to investigate.  This is slow and a bit old fashioned in my opinion. They could make a much more economical and effective search by using these.

The US, Great Britain, France and others had fleets of these handy craft.  Nations snapped them up in the post war era and used them till they wore out. On what basis was the decision made to stop our further development of these handy assets?

The aircraft picture is currently manufactured in Japan for the Japanese Self Defense Forces and will shortly be sold/manufactured in India.  It clearly affords Japan and search and rescue capacity that we lack.  

This is just another example of our military/government sector refusing to build useful craft that might actually help ordinary Americans.  Previously, I wrote about our absence of amphibious vehicles that are useful in floods.  We used to have a great fleet of these amphibious trucks call DUKW's.  Now we have none.  Why?

Saturday, March 29, 2014


This is my comment at Unz Review to a Juan Cole piece.  Cole and or some fellow named Lopez are engaged in the endless quest for racism and in this case, its variants.  It seems that racism, like sin, comes in several varieties.  Sin can be venial or mortal, and by omission or commission.  So racism has many imagined forms, all practiced exclusively by White people.

  1. “My greatest fear is that Ryan shares with the Republican Party a penchant for strategic racism — a willingness to stir widespread racial anxiety in pursuit of votes. This is not racism as hate, or as bias, but as the cold, calculating decision to exploit racist sentiments in society.”
    You need have no fear on this count. The Republican party is literally committing suicide rather than accepting its role as the generic White party. Indeed, Ryan is a champion of immigration amnesty at the expense of those white blue collar voters who still have jobs not undercut by Mexicans. Not a few of whom must be named Lopez.
    It strikes me as absurd that the Democrats can be the generic non-white party but it is “Racism” for Whites to prefer a party of their own. Do you really think this can go on indefinitely? BTW, I notice that the Asian part of the Democrat coalition just wised up to what the Democrats had in store for their children. I suppose they must be racists as well.

Friday, March 28, 2014


Thinking about the Crimea situation, it occurred to me that we Americans have difficulty comprehending the ebb and flow of borders because ours have never ebbed.  The boarders of the USA have increased over the centuries and we never lost ground.  Tiny exceptions only tend to prove the point.  The Japanese held two tiny worthless islands in the Aleutians for a brief time.  The same holds for some other Islands in the Pacific like Wake Island.  We lost the Philippines, but in that case we just gave them to the inhabitants voluntarily.  We continue to keep Puerto Rico for some unknown reason.

As time goes by Americans will be even less able to comprehend what it's like to have boarders that may or may not reflect ethnic/cultural reality.  America is degenerating into a nation without a people.  A legal entity representing no common culture or race.  It is therfore understandable that we cannot grasp what it is like to be a people with a unified culture enduring shifting borders.

There are no once kindred communities of our fellows stranded in Canada or Mexico.  We do not regret the loss of lands once teaming with our ancestors.  We have no lost capitals.  To us, borders are at once arbitrary and yet unchanging.  Perhaps one day when our country is destitute and unable to resist, we will deeply resent the loss of California via some plebiscite among the majority Mexican population.  Or perhaps we may secretly rejoice?

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Friday, March 21, 2014


For those dubious about my take in The War Hags;  National Security Advisor Susan Rice just answer with a "yes" and a giggle to a press question about whether the United States of America was reassessing our entire relationship with Russia.  

And some see us as an unserious power.

Don't count on this appearing on CNN.  It can be seen via CSPAN's coverage of todays White House Briefing.  

Saturday, March 15, 2014


It's a curious fact that I have almost no readers from Australia.  I wonder that this is so.  Surely there are reactionaries enough there.  Must I most comments to Quadrant to get noticed?  I can't help thinking that I have an audience down under that I haven't reached.  Anyone with a suggestion?