Medical Staff Warned: Keep Your Mouths Shut About Illegal Immigrants or Face Arrest

Todd Starnes, Fox News, July 2, 2014

A government-contracted security force threatened to arrest doctors and nurses if they divulged any information about the contagion threat at a refugee camp housing illegal alien children at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, sources say.

In spite of the threat, several former camp workers broke their confidentiality agreements and shared exclusive details with me about the dangerous conditions at the camp. They said taxpayers deserve to know about the contagious diseases and the risks the children pose to Americans. I have agreed to not to disclose their identities because they fear retaliation and prosecution.

“There were several of us who wanted to talk about the camps, but the agents made it clear we would be arrested,” a psychiatric counselor told me. “We were under orders not to say anything.”

The sources said workers were guarded by a security force from the Baptist Family & Children’s Services, which the Department of Health and Human Services hired to run the Lackland Camp.

The sources say security forces called themselves the “Brown Shirts.”

“It was a very submissive atmosphere,” the counselor said. “Once you stepped onto the grounds, you abided by their laws–the Brown Shirt laws.”

She said the workers were stripped of their cellphones and other communication devices. Anyone caught with a phone was immediately fired.

“Everyone was paranoid,” she said. “The children had more rights than the workers.”

She said children in the camp had measles, scabies, chicken pox and strep throat as well as mental and emotional issues.

“It was not a good atmosphere in terms of health,” she said. “I would be talking to children and lice would just be climbing down their hair.”

A former nurse at the camp told me she was horrified by what she saw.

“We have so many kids coming in that there was no way to control all of the sickness–all this stuff coming into the country,” she said. “We were very concerned at one point about strep going around the base.”

Both the counselor and the nurse said their superiors tried to cover up the extent of the illnesses.

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The nurse told me she became especially alarmed because their files indicated the children had been transported to Lackland on domestic charter buses and airplanes.

“That’s what alerted me,” she said. “Oh, my God. They’re flying these kids around. Nobody knows that these children have scabies and lice. To tell you the truth, there’s no way to control it.”

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The counselor told me the refugee camp resembled a giant emergency room–off limits to the public.

“They did not want the community to know,” she said. “I initially spoke out at Lackland because I had a concern the children’s mental health care was not being taken care of.”

She said the breaking point came when camp officials refused to hospitalize several children who were suicidal.

“I made a recommendation that a child needed to be sent to a psychiatric unit,” the counselor told me. “He was reaching psychosis. He was suicidal. Instead of treating him, they sent him off to a family in the United States.”

She said she filed a Child Protective Services report and quit her job.

“I didn’t want to lose my license if this kid committed suicide,” she told me. “I was done.”

The counselor kept a detailed journal about what happened during her tenure at the facility.

“When people read that journal they are going to be astonished,” she said. ‘I don’t think they will believe what is going on in America.”

So it was not a great surprise, she said, when she received a call from federal agents demanding that she return to the military base and hand over her journal.

She said she declined to do so.

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Both workers told me while they have no regrets, they want to remain anonymous for fear of reprisals.

“They’re going to crush the system,” the nurse told me. “We can’t sustain this. They are overwhelming the system and I think it’s a travesty.”

Baptist Children’s and Family Services spokeswoman Krista Piferrer tells me the agency takes “any allegation of malfeasance or inappropriate care of a child very seriously.”

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Piferrer said the clinicians are supervised by a federal field specialist from HHS’s Office of Refugee Resettlement. She also said BCFS have 58 medical professionals serving at Lackland.

“Every illness, whether it is a headache or something more serious, is recorded in a child’s electronic medical record and posted on WebEOC–a real-time, web-based platform that is visible to not only BCFS but the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,” she said.

As for those brown shirts, the BCFS said they are “incident management team personnel”–who happen to wear tan shirts.

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  • MekongDelta69

    I know that’s illegal, so I made a call to a well-known person (who I happen to personally know), and he said that is patently illegal.

    It does NOT break any HIPA laws, because you are NOT reporting on a specific individual.

    As a matter of fact, the CDC does this kind of thing ALL the time to warn the public. That is their job.

    (My words): However – since our dictator and his regime have orchestrated this whole thing, the CDC will NEVER do what they are SUPPOSED to do – not this time.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    How could a Republican not get elected president after this?!

    • Pro_Whitey

      Insist on discussing abortion and birth control so as to split off white women and especially single white women in sufficient numbers, thereby diluting the white vote and allowing the monolithic minority votes to carry the day. That appears to be the general leftist strategy. The GOP strategy should be to ignore such questions and bring the subject back to immigration control, balancing our international trade, and ending affirmative action, and sell it as a way to maximize employment opportunities and wages for Americans. Will any of them do so, and even one does, can he make it out of the primaries? See what happened to Pat Buchanan and Duncan Hunter. And if Jeb Bush is nominated, forget it, even I’m going to vote for the Democrat.

      • JP Rushton

        There are no good Republican candidates for president at the moment.

        It looks like 8 years of Hilary is almost a sure thing.

        • Katherine McChesney

          Someone who was the head of the Republican party in Davidson County, Tenn. told me Mike Huckabee might be the candidate.

          I’m looking at Tea Party candidates.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Huck has too much religion in his platform. The Libs would love a shot at Huck.

          • Kenner

            Huckleberry once told a latino meeting that ‘America will look a lot more like you, and a lot less like me!’ The crowd erupted in cheers; Huck beamed.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Well, that should nix his chances. Now, America, can we put the Huck possibilities to rest? Hmm?

          • Huckster is old news anyway. He hasn’t held any public office since 2006, by the time 2016 comes along it’ll have been ten years. (Unfortunately, the same is/will be true for Jeb Bush, so that may not make a difference.)

            To me, Huckabee 2008 was Santorum 2012. Made some noise in the early to middle primaries, helped by Iowa going first, and western Iowa is very culturally conservative, but didn’t have the dug-deep support or the money to go the distance.

            The Republican nominee in 2016 will either be Jeb Bush or some very militant populist-nationalist-immigration restrictionist that comes out of nowhere. Anyone else who tries will be fooling themselves, any “success” they may have early is just a flash in the pan.

          • Erasmus

            Huckster’s religion is a mile-wide and an inch deep. His character cannot stand up to close scrutiny. (BTW, does Arkansas produce politicians who aren’t grifters?)

            If the GOP nominates Jeb, I’m voting 3rd party. With Frau Clinton the enemy is at least out in the open. With Jeb’s brother, we had a new-world-order leftist in The Oval Office who did more damage to conservatism in 8 years than Teddy Kennedy could have done in 50.

            The GOP might have done better in the long run if Al Gore had become president in 2,000. While Bill Clinton went in for nation-building, I can’t imagine Mr. Gore doing so, and if he did, since it was a democrat president pushing for it, I can’t imagine the republican opposition acquiescing to such a stupid policy.

          • bilderbuster

            All of my life I’ve heard that America is a White racist nation but for the life of me I have yet to find a good old fashioned “White Supremacist” candidate I could vote for even in local elections.
            Not once!

          • Sick of it

            Huck is very liberal, but somehow fools people into thinking he’s not.

          • RisingReich

            Typical religious nut job. Most formal churches promote massive immigration to grow the ‘faith’ (and we also know – it’s really to grow the ‘coffers’).

            I believe in Christ, but the above is why I left formal religion FOREVER.

          • Sick of it

            It’s the classic wolves’ in sheep’s clothing situation, brother. Do men who pander God in exchange for gold really care about the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Not hardly.

            “Now when Jesus heard these things, he said unto him, Yet lackest thou one thing: sell all that thou hast, and distribute unto the poor, and thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and come, follow me.

            And when he heard this, he was very sorrowful: for he was very rich.

            And when Jesus saw that he was very sorrowful, he said, How hardly shall they that have riches enter into the kingdom of God!

            For it is easier for a camel to go through a needle’s eye, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God.” Luke 18:22-25

          • Hallie Eva

            Huck reminds me of Goober on the Andy Griffith show.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Yeah, he’s easy pickins for the Cultural Marxist jackals.

          • RisingReich

            The Hucksteer would be same result as Mittens.
            Good Lord I really hate the Stupid Party.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Yes, it has to be a dark horse or 2nd tier candidate.
            Those guys are all damaged goods.

          • Sick of it

            Oh ho, you want a dark horse? How about Ben Carson? He’s black and white people seem to be pining for him without knowing a thing about him. Seems like Obama II to me.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            I agree, Herman Cain, Thomas Sowell, Ben Carson would all end up as Trojan Horses. They know what the White man wants to hear.

          • RisingReich

            Nein, nein, nein! Pizza Pizza Pizza! – oh wait that was that Cezar dude…

          • “Good Lord I really hate the Stupid Party.”

            Shows your sanity.

          • Ella

            Huckabee, Romney, and McCain are all neocons. We need a real conservative that does not pander to foreign interests.

          • Most of whom avoid racial issues like the plague.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          She’s slipped below 50% recently. Her book flopped and her health situation is not good. But, I hope her ego stays big enough to stay in the race. She has one foot in the grave and the other foot on a banana peel. By Fall/2016 it will be obvious.

        • Brian

          Until recently that would have bothered me, but now, it seems the system is too far gone, beyond realistic hope of recovery, so the sooner it hits crisis point, the sooner we can push through that and have a chance to make severe changes.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            I think you’re being premature. Let’s do our best this November and in the 2016 election, then we’ll talk. This could be a turning point. Europe is starting to turn as well. Let’s snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.

          • RisingReich

            I hope you’re right, but you remind me of my Father trying to convince me Obama would never be re-elected. I told him then, “it’s already a foregone conclusion”.

            It was a real blow to him when this miserable Country proved me right. I said “I told you so” but not with any level of glee.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            I think impeachment after 2014 is a REAL possibility. And because they re-elected him, the race card won’t work all that well. The biggest scandals are yet to come. And maybe the Republicans will start fighting back like Chicago thugs this time.

            ‘Never let a crisis go to waste’.

            There will be plenty to exploit going into November. I think Obama Bin Laden is going to take a slug before the year is out. If that happens, Katy bar the door.

            “Get your AR-15’s sighted in, cleaned, and oiled boys. We got us shootin’ war.”

          • Ella

            And the drunken mess Biden?

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Hmmmm–hadn’t thought of that. Maybe Potassium Chloride between the toes? They never check there. Moo-hah-hah-hah!!!

            <;-D

          • willbest

            I would vote for Biden. If we are to go down in a fiery mess, at least we would be entertained.

          • Sick of it

            When Mitt won the primary, I knew Obama would win.

          • Brian

            I hope you’re right– I’m not eager for the apocalypse– but I’m preparing for the long game all the same.

          • And you equate the GOP to the saner parties in Europe? Sad.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            You guys are really taking me down tonight. After you change your tampoon, give me a better suggestion!

          • Actually I’m on your side. I’m for anyone who can save us, including the GOP.

            I know you once were burned by voting for a third-party candidate, or whatever, but you keep repeating this pro-GOP mantra over and over without presenting any evidence as to why there is any hope in the GOP, which is constantly trying to ‘reach out’ to minorities, a party whose leaders keep trying to broker a deal for another amnesty and another huge increase in legal immigration.

            About the only thing I can come up with is if someone like Jeff Sessions were to miraculously get nominated and this were to cause a flood of disaffected Whites to come back into the political system to stop the invasion. So if you are working for that, more power to you.

            But I wish you would occasionally present some facts on the ground favorable to the GOP going in a new direction. We already know the Dems are much worse, and this is exactly how the GOP always traps European Americans into voting for it. They know we have no choice unless we want Hillary to win by one vote. Then the day after the election the GOP forgets all about us again–even worse, it is embarrassed because it got so many white votes and then redoubles its efforts to appeal to the Third World invasion. And then come next election we are suppose to rally around the GOP once again. Pathetically “tampon”-like.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Sooooooo–can we expect to read about you wandering around the capital grounds with a high powered rifle and a 3x to 9x scope??

            You still haven’t given an alternative, other than a turkey hunt.

          • Lt. Greyman, NVA

            Every election since WWII has been the “most important election Eva!” with the only holding actions to temper the retreat. Once the Electorate found they could vote themselves Obama Phones, the slide became freefall.

            A agree, push through to the other side. 10 or 20 more Detroit’s should do it, with Philadelphia, New York, Camden, NJ, Atlanta, NOLA, Indianapolis, Chicago, Flint, MI., all trying to be next. Another 5 or 10 years of Middle East War will help, along with the Caliphate that just formed.

            We are not voting ourselves out of this one.

            White Homeland, Northwest Front!

        • willbest

          Jeff Sessions would probably get my money and time in addition to my vote.

          • Finally, sanity on this thread. Thank you.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Sessions is barely VP material, you numb nutts.

          • JP Rushton

            Me too. But I doubt he is even going to attempt to run.

        • Luca

          Thanks, you made me vomit in my coffee.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        True. I’ve been saying for awhile now that the GOP candidate for 2016 hasn’t appeared yet. Rand Paul and Ted Cruz have sufficiently flip-flopped to the point of irrelevance. Ted Cruz’s stance on H-1B is appalling and Rand Paul is groveling as we speak over at Breitbart explaining his 3rd flip or his 4th flop, I lose track. I think a dark horse will appear, like a Ben Sasse. It will also be dependent on whether Hill-Billy keels over in the meantime. Lots of variables. Ann Coulter is right: a candidate need only run on one plank–anti-amnesty. That’s how David Brat did it, with a little Tea Party help.

        • I wish you were right, but the post-WWII history of Republican Presidential politics is that nobody but nobody “comes out of nowhere” to win the Republican nomination. That’s more of a Democrat thing.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            That is true. But, look where David Brat came from.

          • One Congressional district. It takes a lot more oomph to win a Presidential nomination.

            If public anger over a lot of things, esp. immigration, is still palpable and red hot in 2016, then the iron just might be hot to strike for the pattern breaking. Otherwise…

            Jeb Bush.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Well, I threw out a Ben Sasse as a casual example. He’s more 2nd tier than dark horse. If Hillary crashes and burns and a white bread male rises to Democrat power, that would give the Repugs more options. Right now a woman will have to be in the Prez/VP mix.
            And you know I love Ann Coulter!
            .

          • Luca

            Ann Coulter for President!

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Everything out of Ann Coulter’s mouth wouldn’t raise an eyebrow 50 years ago. She speaks from America’s peak.

          • She’s dated Andrew Stein. That guy looks like the Joker and he doesn’t even need to wear makeup to do it. If Ann were Presidential material she’d be naming them, not dating them.

          • Juggernaut3000

            She’s also dated Jimmy Walker… supported Chris Christy and Romneycare.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            You guys don’t understand covering all the PR bases. A TV-land photo-op with J.J. Dynomite was a race card vaccination.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Think of Ann, a real Cherokee, up against Lizzie Warren, the fake one. Think of Ann who never uses gender as a crutch, and Warren always. Ann could beat Lizzie. Could Jeff Sessions? The idea is to win.

          • bilderbuster

            The Democraps are ready with Elizabeth Warren if Hillary can’t pull it off.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Yeah, you get the impression with the Demo-rats, any vagina will do in 2016. The Repugs must be cognizant of that (apparent) fact. They will be up against a vuh-jay-jay–and some other diversity darling concoction, no doubt.

            Warren has plenty of weaknesses, too. I have a fair amount of knowledge on her. I’m close to New England politics. She can be beaten. She only beat Scott brown by 5% in the bluest state in the union. That was a fairly underwhelming performance. Warren is all about jumping into victim rabbit holes when she can’t compete. She played the Indian victim until that blew up in her face, then quickly switched to woman-as-victim, which dragged her across the finish line.

            Up against a Coulter, both those rabbit holes will be filled with Quik Plug. Coulter also has some REAL Cherokee blood from her Kentucky roots. Warren versus Coulter would be an awesome turn of events.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Here is some generic research done on Elizabeth Warren leading up to the election.

            “…Elizabeth Warren’s Caucasian relatives were found in
            Cherokee Oklahoma territory because they were part of the 1889/1890 Oklahoma Land Rush. They went there to take Cherokee land. Here is one Genealogist’s take on Elizabeth Warren’s ancestry. It turns out you don’t have to be an expert to figure it out. It’s plainly and completely stated on ANCESTRY[dot]COM.

            100% Caucasian Elizabeth Warren’s family’ ancestors were all
            “White” and came from the States of New Jersey, Indiana, Kentucky,Virginia, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, Texas.

            They eventually migrated into the Oklahoma Indian Territory.

            The Family Trees are posted at ANCESTRY[dot]COM. The Crawford family came out of Texas. The Reed family came out of Missouri, Illinois and Arkansas.

            You make the typical amateur genealogist mistake that since
            these people eventually ended up in the “Indian Territory of
            Oklahoma”. Oklahoma did not become a state until 1907 during the Theodore Roosevelt administration that since the birth, marriage and death records were recorded in the “Oklahoma Indian Territory” before 1907 then then they must be Cherokee. That is TOTAL NONSENSE when the Family Trees show all the “White” ancestors coming out of States like Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas and Texas and that the census enumerations list them all as “White”.

            Take your Laura Ann Crawford you “Claim” lived among the Cherokee Nation in 1893.

            1880 Census:
            Name: Laura A. Crawford
            Age: 3
            Birth year: about 1877
            Birthplace: Texas Home in 1880: Grant, Johnson, Arkansas
            Race: White
            Gender: Female
            Relation to Head of House: Daughter
            Marital Status: Single
            Father’s Name: J. H. Crawford
            Father’s Birthplace: Missouri
            Mother’s Name: Paulina Crawford (Born in Missouri).
            Her siblings were all born in Arkansas.

            There is nothing “Cherokee” about them. I could sit out here and give you the history of the “White” Reed’s and their “White wives. Bottom line there is nothing “Cherokee” about any of them or their children and Grandchildren. Simple fact is they were White Caucasians that eventually migrated into the “Oklahoma Indian Territory” thus their birth, marriage and death records before 1907 will indicate “Indian Territory” as a location of the event.

            ELIZABETH WARREN DOES NOT HAVE ONE DROP OF CHEROKEE BLOOD IN HER ENTIRE BODY. I HAVE NO DOUBT SHE WAS FULLY AWARE THAT BEFORE 1907 AND OKLAHOMA BECOMING A STATE THE AREA WAS CLASSIFIED “THE OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY” UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE U.S. ARMY. THOSE SOLDIERS AND THEIR WIVES AND CHILDREN BORN BEFORE 1907 DID NOT MAGICALLY BECOME CHEROKEE INDIANS EITHER. ANY GENEALOGIST WITH SOME KNOWLEDGE CAN DEBUNK HER CLAIMS IN ONE EVENING BY SIMPLY RESEARCHING HER “WHITE CAUCASIAN RELATIVES.”

            FOR YOUR INFORMATION THERE ARE NUMEROUS PHOTOGRAPHS OF ELIZABETH WARREN’S ANCESTORS DATING BACK TO 1795 AT ANCESTRYdotCOM. NONE OF THE
            PEOPLE IN THE PHOTOGRAPHS LOOK INDIAN…”

          • Doomispixulated

            I love Ann too…I stole your pic for my avatar, I hope you don’t mind.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Of course not.

          • M&S

            Any time you say things like:

            “White bread male.” like it’s an obnoxiously overused rather than simply effective choice (Savannah Principle as Genetic Algorithm being gender role differentiated as much as it is racially).

            And then back it with:

            “Right now a woman will have to be in the Prez/VP mix.”
            As though fashion of T&A image with a pretty smile and a tart personality meant more than perspective of real ideas.
            You fall for our common enemy’s “Fight by the rules we set for you so that you may always lose.”
            Anne Coulter is a fashion statement. She pokes a needle into easy targets with that rapier tongue of hers at the right moment to grab a headline and the media runs with it because she’s a pretty, sassy, blonde. But there is no reflection from within there. Nothing beyond the audacious.
            And that is not what this nation needs.
            Just as it most assuredly does not need a man who CAN say the necessary unpleasantness to be shadowed by her lime light.
            We need -someone-, not to just stand up but take a step back and start painting us some pictures of the not-so-pretty outcomes we face: “Don’t mind’em but don’t want to breed with them and don’t believe charity should influence your future society as reflecting their needs more than your kids? Then you need to know you’re being outbred with the deliberate intention of replacement.”
            And from there create a secondary portrait of the determinative factors we can choose to shift away from the trended consequences to those facts.
            White Homeland to match the Asian, Hispanic and Black ones.
            Dramatic Reversal of National Accountability Away From Transnationalist Corporate Socialism.
            Individual Nation State predominance based on ability, not social egality.
            Gender Roles that do not allow white women to initiate divorce because they are ‘unsatisfied’ with the union (now the number one casus belli). Nor to demand child benefits or alimony if they choose to do so while working. Nor gain college benefits if they do not raise a family -or at least have children for someone else to raise-, first.

            Tell our nation that the U.S. would be better off being white to the extent that we partition and separate from multiracial groups and patriarchal with strictly protectionist mercantile economic measures designed to keep labor salaries high by restricting the working population and enforcing 2.14TFRs. Along with a strategic policy of guarding our necessary mineral resources and market access on the basis of a nation being born to blood, not dirt, as we strive to rebuild white influence in a world of IQ 85, R-Breeding, second placers.
            And she would be unable to support you.
            Because that is serious racism. And sexism. And nationalism.
            Coulter only gets away with what she does by juggling fire. Not by swallowing the torch and spitting real dragon breath.
            Your poster admits is much with it’s own caption:
            “Girly-liberal-boys won’t admit it. But they like her!”
            Which is to say that she is appealing to their sense of charm and sophistication such that _what she says_ is rendered inoffensive to their sensibilities. But sometimes the drug has to be pretty offensive to be effective as a cure for what ails thee. And this nation has lost it’s racial survivalist sense of what is important to us. As a subspecies of homo sapiens almost entirely different from other competing groups.
            I guarantee you that none of those Hispanic, East Asiatic or Mediterranean/West Asian groups have. And thus Coulter’s charm is likely to be far less appealing on the international scale than it is here. Where effeminized males are a almost a fashion statement of their own.
            Because our enemies say that’s what while men have to be, to ‘play (loser) in the game’.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            In order to reverse the ‘Cultural Marxism’ scourge, we have to poach people from the Left. We don’t have to convince Republicans to vote Republican, we have to convince the rest. If a woman is predisposed to vote “vagina”, there isn’t much you and I can do about that, other than present one.

            If you want to recruit/poach the Left, you have to serve up “icons” for them to click at. We don’t have to convince a white bread man to vote Right, we have to gather all the white bread females. They are the swing vote.

            Too many Americans approach American politics the way we used to, when the real America existed: we voted our conscience, despite the polls. We can’t do that at the moment. We must adapt. It is a world of LIVs right now.

            Instead of their ‘useful idiots’, let’s make them our ‘useful idiots’. Ann Coulter presents demographic “icon” hurdles for the Left. Not something we did 50 years ago. But, it’s something we must do now.

            “….I don’t like it any more than you do; some people ya just can’t reach….”

          • AndrewInterrupted

          • The concept of two women arguing over how Indian she is and the other one isn’t doesn’t tickle my fancy.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            But, you’re already pulling the Republican lever. You’re not the demographic who needs to defect to the Right.

          • M&S

            You’re not thinking this far enough out. LIVs are herd brains, easily subject to social guilting as feel-good over _know right_.

            Knowing right, for yourself, your community and your people means making hard choices which put you and yours ahead of others. Permanently, ruthlessly, without regard for intermediate faults and stumbles.

            Leftists who are in fact moderates in the political squeeze chart (swinging whichever way the wind blows as perceived moral supremacy substituting for real success) are very uncomfortable with such absolutist ideals, even when it is clear their position is at risk to annihilative supplantation by hostile replacements as society crumbles around them.

            If you bring these LIVs onboard with icon symbolism and then that icon doesn’t continue they ‘feel good’ things that appeal to their simplistic reasoning, they will become naturally distant and jittery. When that personality cult icon starts acting in ways that are “Now that I have your attention…” actively uncomfortable to them they will become outright alienated and disaffected.

            And then those whose job it is to sabotage The Right will begin a ‘progressive’ effort to victimize your Pop Coulture Pretty into an “Over her head, used by her sponsors, the poor thing…” condition where the natural response of those who gave their idolatry to her is to retreat furthering into a punished-child like submissive return-to-herd status.

            A position wherein you lose her draw as a despoiled symbol even if you still have her.

            This ignores the truth of a world where Mz. Coulter is liable to become a runaway train whose own mouth is used to get her into trouble and then ‘shape’ her subsequent rehabilitation towards a reverse infiltration of White Identity politics.

            “Well, she’s _your_ girl! Maybe you shouldn’t have brought her onboard if you didn’t really intend her to speak her mind?”

            Coulter The Commentator is a freebie broadsheet to get minds working on underlying truths because she is the Voltaire of a white declining age. Uninhibited and catty but essentially harmless to the far left.

            This status _will not persist_ if she becomes part of targeted politics. Indeed, no white male could sustain against that level of hostility and gaming psychology. He will either speak the truth under engineered circumstances and be torn down, bit by bit for his ‘uh oh, racist.’ agendas. Or he will be forced to play an image preservation coy game and lose his voice for white preservation abilities to speak progressive pablum instead.

            A woman would collapse entirely.

            This is _inherent_ to playing by the system of Tribe enabled rules which now uses ethnic brawn to bias the scales of ‘change’ in the already fragmented male/female, real/safe, divided white culture base begun with the 1960s social devolution.

            Play by the hidden rules of form over function and you’re screwed before you sit down at the rigged game sir.

            If you want to create a unified white base, you have to do it from the ground level of instinct to which white females in particular can lose themselves without feeling guilty because _it is successful_. As the principle driver for their reproductive allegiance urges.

            You have to make it happen through private alliances as personal business leveraging. Off the books. Below board. But you have to SHOW THE RESULTS (new clothes, decent car, paid for house) in such a manner that ‘even the dumb ones’ can begin to break through the conditioning to see that /one segment/ of independent, neutral, mysterious, whites has the answer of what is going on here.

            Economically, cultural values, and security wise.

            You don’t have to provide kitsch soundbytes about ‘useful idiots’ (An oxymoron, for whom are they useful to? Certainly not those who are forced to accept them as representative speakers for their cause…).

            Instead, you have to treat the problem as an infectious disease with a reverse quarantine zone past which ‘outside’ values do not intrude.

            This is the difference between ‘selling’ something and _buying in_. Sellers have to appeal to what fools think is reflexively, ‘truthy’ in the moment and that is unstable as the mindless herd think that fads it into being.

            Buyers are those whose values as desires are already known to themselves.

            You don’t have to convince a buyer that you’re right.

            He/she already sees how you live and the rules you impose on yourself and those around you in trade for certain privileges.

            And deep down, they listen to a heartsick longing to be a part of that. Because it resonates within the genetic algorithm of their very soul. Survive. Breed. Succeed. Which is the basis of ALL cultural identities. Even those infestationally trying to annihilate ours by pretending to be our equals.

            Anne Coulter is not the white genetic algorithm. Anne Coulter is the Sixties, repackaged to deceive a new generation of fools into thinking that how schmarmily you read the scripted lines matters as much as how really useful what you say is.

            Her’s is the more highly developed form of a gift latent in women everywhere who are such great actresses in a staged play whose outcome they do not truly understand. That does not excuse the rest of us from seeing past the mask.

            People who mistake her for a savior confuse the ad campaign for the grand strategy which even now drives the nails of enforced Zeitgeist into the heart of white identity.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            I will have to read this tomorrow. Worked on the lake cottage until sundown. I’m pooped. <:-(

          • AndrewInterrupted

            It would take me a week to respond to all this properly.

            Ann Coulter is indeed the Voltaire of the 21st century. But, she makes plenty of tactical and strategic mistakes. For example, she clings a little too hard to religion. She should have long since nuanced in a freemason and science angle, as the founding fathers did.

            “…Play by the hidden rules of form over function and you’re screwed before you sit down at the rigged game sir…”

            Quite the contrary, sir. If you don’t survey the new battlefield: appearances over performances (“form over function”) you’re advocating the continued Pickett’s Charge approach, after the Left has long since steadied their rifles on/behind stone walls. You’re convinced that one more charge will work. If you do not adapt/ switch tactics and produce the icons to divert away the Left’s zombie (LIV) votes, anything else you do or say is meaningless.

            Ann understands one thing very well–>you have to get elected!

            On several of your other points, if Ann were positioning herself for a run these last couple decades, she did some things right. She got photo-ops with minorities out of the way. Minorities like JJ Dynomite and Dinesh D’Souza, for two examples.

            She also worked a neutral stance with the tribe. Some tribal members have even paid her for speeches. Navigating a neutral stance with the tribe is no easy task. But, doing so makes her appealing to leftist voters on the bubble–Ann’s whole purpose for 2016. Getting a conservative elected, as the Left opens the gates to leftist ‘D’ voters–the Latin locust swarm.

            You’re not thinking outside the box. You’re not thinking big enough. With Ann in place, Tens of millions of (actual) Americans would be free to engage in multiple secessions. All those itching like Jefferson County, CA, West Maryland, North Colorado, etc.–would be free to go. Ann would allow them and protect them. She knows what side her (White) bread is buttered on.

            She could make their sovereign status official at the beginning of her 2nd/lame duck term, and be sure to transport in the bulk of the military complex during that time, for defense. As well as make strategic alliances with (White) Russia with respect to nuke retaliations. With the loss of constituents from their new sovereign status in the new countries like Jefferson and West Maryland, Ann could just adopt an Obama Bin Laden strategy of EO’s and veto’s. Jefferson would be the ideal new country to accept the nuclear submarines. Leave the Left with nothing but rusty old pistols and box-cutters, like their brothers-in-arms used on 9-11-2001.

            White America is an elephant being restrained by a dry-rotted piece of twine. They have no idea how easy it would be to take back this country. If Rick Perry had a press conference tomorrow saying that Texas had officially seceded, 10 million Americans from other states would be there in a week to help. Obama Bin Laden and all his anti-American minions would be paralyzed and toppled–that quick.

            Just a little tug on that piece of twine.

          • gregCall

            No point in voting for Jeb Bush, while he was a decent governor in Florida, he’s married to a Mexican and his children are Mestizos, so don’t expect an ally against amnesty there.

          • CarolinaGem

            Oh please, just what we need, another Bush running for President. Excuse me while I clean soda off my computer screen.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Another Bush seems unlikely. QD still likes Jeb, though. QD has fairly good political instincts.

          • I don’t like Jeb, if he’s the nominee I won’t cast a vote for President. It’s just that I know the history of modern Republican Presidential politics. You either had to have run a serious campaign for President before or have a well known name somehow to win the Republican nomination. Coming “out of nowhere” hardly happens.

            Let’s look at post WWII non incumbent Republican Presidential years:

            1948: Thomas Dewey. He was the Republican nominee for President in 1944.

            1952: Dwight Eisenhower. Everybody knows what he was before.

            1960: Richard Nixon. Incumbent Vice-President.

            1964: Barry Goldwater. The only exception, though he ran a toes-in-the-water campaign for President in 1960.

            1968: Richard Nixon. Republican nominee in 1960.

            1976: Gerald Ford. Incumbent President, but even at that he barely beat Reagan.

            1980: Ronald Reagan. Serious candidate in 1976, toes-in-the-water in 1968.

            1988: George H.W. Bush. Incumbent Vice-President.

            1996: Bob Dole, Vice-Presidential nominee in 1976, ran a serious campaign for President in 1988.

            2000: George W. Bush. He picked the right father.

            2008: John McCain. Ran a serious campaign in 2000.

            2012: Mitt Romney. Ran a serious campaign in 2008.

            Apply the “most people have heard of him” and/or “ran some sort of serious national campaign before” axioms into 2016, and run that into the fact that the Golden Five offices are Senate, Governor, Vice-President, Cabinet Secretary, Five-Star General (the de facto necessary resume items to become President), and plug that in to the people who are seriously running in 2016, and it all adds up to Jeb Bush.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            By using your same metric: chronic, repetitive familiarity, why wouldn’t that make Ann Coulter a front-runner? We all know where she stands. And the “…throw them all out!…” sentiments would be perfect timing for her as the “well known” outsider.

          • I remember another nationally syndicated columnist who ran for President as a Republican relatively recently. I was a campaign volunteer for him in 1996.

            So I know first hand that political name recognition generally beats op-ed quasi-journalist name recognition.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Pat Buchanan? Oh, that’s right. The guy Ann dissed…ummm

          • gregCall

            I have no idea what your comment directed toward me is even supposed to mean.
            I point out that as a race mixer, especially a race mixer with a Mexican, Jeb Bush is in no way an ally of those of us opposing amnesty and therefore he shouldn’t be voted for.
            Your comment seems to imply I in some way support Jeb Bush, which is in no way the case.
            Did you even actually read my comment before replying?

        • SoulInvictus

          “candidate need only run on one plank–anti-amnesty. That’s how David Brat did it, with a little Tea Party help.”

          Easier to stick to a single issue in a local election. Over the long course of a national campaign, and in the debates, they’d be forced to take stances on all the usual controversial topics.
          The anti-amnesty thing would quickly seem like beating a dead horse and make the other guy look engaged and informed.

          • Immigration control need not be a one note samba in a national election whose season is longer and whose candidates are required to touch on a broader range of issues. It can be a key pillar of a larger populist-nationalist-racialist national campaign.

          • Sick of it

            To lower IQ people, perhaps, but I have been summarily unimpressed with the jokers running for office since I started paying attention to politics. I’m willing to bet many of them would have the same problem locating various Middle Eastern nations on a map as the average American. They don’t know jack.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Funny thing is, the local electorate really wasn’t being hit hard by the Latin locust swarm. They just saw a corrupt politician not following the Constitution. The one anti-amnesty plank has many meanings.

        • Can’t get back to your reply to me on Jeff Sessions. Maybe taken out by the moderator? More name-calling. Thank you for confirming my suspicions on the intellectual shallowness of your pro-GOP mantra.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            I’m not pro-GOP. I’m for the lesser of two evils. Thank you for your tone deafness.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            I’m sorry, tma. I pulled a double shift yesterday. I just hate to hear the futility in people’s comments. I think we’re at a critical, POSITIVE juncture here. Let’s not blow it.

            My apologies, again. I read your posts here and at TakiMag. I went off on bigone4u recently, too. I should have apologized to him, too.

            Lots on my plate lately. Maybe I need to step away for awhile.

          • Tell me about. Right now I’m about halfway up a Mt. Everest of paperwork I’m trying to finish before the Fourth. It takes a person of character to say what you just did. I’m glad we are on the same side. Yes, a “critical, POSITIVE juncture,” quite possibly. I’m glad we are working on the same side. Keep at it!

      • Ella

        GOP has lousy candidates like McCain and Romney out of the primaries.

      • Sick of it

        Jeb Bush is just as much a part of the problem as Barack Obama.

    • withcaution

      Geez, you didn’t get enough with amnesty Reagan and Bush?

      • AndrewInterrupted

        Reagan was double-crossed. Just as we were double-crossed by Ted Kennedy during the Hart-Celler debates. You’re either a dumb liberal or you answer to one. Or maybe you saw a bumper sticker?

        • RonanTheLibtardian

          I remember there was this agreement to secure the border before he agreed to sign it. Yeah, right. Republicans should know now to never negotiate with Democrat terrorists.

        • withcaution

          Dumb liberal R or dumb liberal L?

          • AndrewInterrupted

            I guess that answers my question.
            Ariana needs her bunions massaged.

        • Erasmus

          That none of the supporters for amnesty mentions what an abysmal failure Simpson-Mazzoli, passed in 1986, was should tell everyone with more than half a brain just how “honest” those people are. I vividly remember that debate and recall telling friends that an amnesty would make things worse, as, indeed, it has.

          It is because of the proven failure of Simpson-Mazzoli that there must NEVER be a 2nd amnesty. IF there is a 2nd amnesty (hard words to type), the country is over. Because, if there is a 2nd amnesty, you can bet the farm that in time there will be a 3rd amnesty and God only knows for how many tens (hundreds) of millions that one will be for.

          Supporters of amnesty are my enemy. I do not care if they are family or were once friends. Supporters of amnesty might be well-intentioned or misguided, but the end result of their efforts will be the same: The effective betrayal and surrender of this country. With people like this I have nothing in common. I share nothing in common. I wish to not know them.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Thanks for shedding more light on that event. You’re right. Let’s never forget that we can’t negotiate with Democrat terrorists.

    • John R

      Problem is Mitt was too nice. He pulled too many punches. That is why he lost.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        You are exactly right. He didn’t counter with Chicago thug.

        And that butt smooching session with Christie and Obama Bin Laden right after Hurricane Sandy–a week before the election. If Christie weren’t a big, fat RINO, he would have only met Obama Bin Laden in a closed session, to deny him that photo-op. That political mistake buried Romney and Christie.

        That and the curious missing Romney votes. As a person who works in technology and automation, I’m not at all convinced that the voting equipment is tamper-proof. Quite the contrary. How hard is to reprogram an EPROM?

        • RonanTheLibtardian

          The new voting machines do leave a suspicious pit in your stomach. “Receipt please?” I remember that Hugo Chavez scandal. It was certain he won because of those altered electronic voting machines. Whats worse, they were made in Venezuela and also sold to the U.S. What the hell.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Yeah, and the U.S. story, and the Chavez scandal all got quickly swept under the rug, as I remember. Very suspicious events. Lots of palms being greased all over the place it seems.

        • RisingReich

          Look up Diebold. Don’t just stop at a kosher, Google approved level either.

          Corporations can be traitors just like politicians and government appointees.

      • Sick of it

        He was so nice that his tax plan only benefited the wealthy. Virtually every other Repuiblican candidate discussed a reasonable plan for a new system of LOWER taxation across the board. Mitt didn’t even bother to play pretend. It was all about the billionaires.

    • danallison

      They manage to find a way.

    • SoulInvictus

      2 Words.
      White women.
      (not to keep harping on this Courtney, but again, it is the truth)
      “Obama got forty-six per cent of the white female vote.
      Ninety-six per cent of black women voted for Obama; seventy-six per cent
      of Hispanic women voted for him; and so did sixty-six per cent of women
      of other races, including Asians.”

      You can’t win a national and lose women in those numbers.
      I see no reason why this trend won’t repeat from now on.
      As long as the white vote stays split like that until we’re far into minority status, you’ll never see a candidate on the right win a national, ever again.

      • willbest

        The GOP needs to run an attractive widower. You could probably peel off 10% of the women if they could picture themselves as first lady.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        Yeah, I know, but the white woman situation is very fluid. I was forced out of a defense contractor where I worked for 10 years and replaced by several “diversity darlings”–Obama’s kids. That isn’t a new experience for a white man. I had been the victim of reverse discrimination many times dating back to the 1980s, when I was excluded during a significant AA push at Duke Power (now called Duke Energy). So, anti-American, anti-white, anti-male treatment is familiar to me.

        But, hetero, white women were starting to be displaced by gay women and minority women. That was a new and unfamiliar experience. White women thought it would never happen to them. Surprise! You’re next! You were always next! You ‘useful idiots’. And now the average American woman has begun to realize it.

        Many long-time AmRen-ers here say the number of women showing up at AmRen and at other conservative sites is on the rise. To say the least. They get it. First the hetero, white males get displaced, then down the list we go.

        And, because it’s white people’s money (people who pay taxes), they don’t care how many “diversity darlings” it takes or how much extra it costs to replace you. Their performance metric is based on how well they attack white people.

        • SoulInvictus

          Some of them do seem to be getting it.
          Many of them are affluent, and at the least they’re starting to realize how things will affect them and their children financially.
          And so they’re not happy about that.
          It’s a long ways from ending up on Amren or SF (they likely never will) but economic self interest may have to work as a motivator.
          At this rate though, they’ll come around (in numbers that could have mattered) right about time passes when we’re a minority.
          Then the voting block won’t matter anyway…
          And since they’re where the babies come from, the disparate birth rate …blah blah blah… nm. It just gets depressing after a while to even discuss this.
          Where’s Jesse James or that guy from Arkansas to inject some fiery optimism… I need my dose.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            I think so, too. The 62+% White number is probably cooked. It probably counts Jews, Armenians, Muslims of all stripes–meaning we’re probably a minority already. Just like we saw with one AmRen poster putting up those mug-shots of Texas greaseritos listed as “White”. You strip away all the statistical slight of hand and lack of transparency, we’re already in the minority. All those anti-American DC think tanks probably already know that.

          • Kenner

            Yes. Coal-black Dravidians are the new ‘white’.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Damn, that is beyond blue-black! I didn’t think they made anything blacker than blue-black.

          • SoulInvictus

            So weird to see my hair on that head.

          • SoulInvictus

            Yup, to all the above.
            And even if not the minority already…subtract those that will never bounce to this side of the debate no matter how much blood is in the streets, then we’re already there.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            You mean like this frightened little appeasing bunny that coco bongo posted yesterday?

          • SoulInvictus

            Just looked over White Girl Bleed a Lot again and you really have to wonder what it would take… if anything.

          • Who Me?

            Oh, ick. I just about tossed my breakfast looking at that anti-everything decent picture of slobbering dreck.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Pathetic, isn’t she? The poster child of the White appeaser.

          • CarolinaGem

            Pathetic. Just pathetic. Another clueless, libtard who would suffer her head being removed from her shoulders in their country.

          • Hallie Eva

            Here is is again, Soul. Look closely, friends. Only one is identified as a nonAmerican ethnic.

          • Who Me?

            WHY are you people surprised at this? It has been going on for over 20 years, just slowly creeping up to noticeable levels.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Makes you wonder–the level of statistical subterfuge at work within the ‘minority occupation government’. Holder has proven time after time that there’s no level he won’t sink to, in order to complete his anti-white mission.
            .

        • Who Me?

          Sorry, but being displaced by the lesbos and angry black women is NOT a “new and unfamiliar experience” to most white women. White women have been living with it for years. Maybe to the 35-and-under top-tier ladies and chairwomen of corporate companies it’s new, but outside that rarefied atmosphere, we real women have known all along we were only one rung on the ladder above the “horrible”, straight, White, Christian males.

          There are a lot of women who work at pink-collar jobs who would jump at the chance to vote GOP if they thought there was 1) a chance of winning (not “throwing their vote away”), and 2) if there was any solid strong voice FOR them in the party. No one made much mention of it this last election but Mittens alienated a LOT of women with his comments, interpreted as a “war on women”.

          His solid and stated support for 2-parent, 1 breadwinner families and raising men’s wages and cutting women’s wages went down like a lead balloon. (Now, I KNOW that’s that’s not exactly what he said, but that’s the way 20 million White women heard it.)

          Moreover, many White women feel their men are throwing them under the bus, which is partially true, and in a large part women’s own fault.

          What it all added up to was a case of a heck of a lot of White women just marking their ballot for Obamination because of a feeling of “why the hell not, change sounds good.”

          A good, solid GOP nominee who gets up there and UNITES White people, BOTH men AND women, and promises to make things better for the blue and pink collar workers and their families, fix immigration and get the dark undertow under control would sweep the boards with the White vote.

          What I’m hearing from a lot of “regular” white people is they have NO representation from either major party, they think the tea party is “silly” or useless or worse, (because the MSM tells them so) and “disenfranchised” is a pretty good way to describe how they feel.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Thank you for your input.
            “Pink collar jobs” tend to be flexible hours, reduced hours, repetitive bench work, low hazard–tailor-made jobs for women, so women aren’t being discriminated against, they’re being accommodated.
            Many “pink collar jobs” are prohibited from men translating into for that reason. A couple disciplines immediately come to mind in the defense industry: auditors and inspectors. DDO: reserved for “diversity darlings only”. White males need not translate. One of many nuances that actually indicates a war-on-men.

            “…2) if there was any solid strong voice FOR them in the party…”

          • Who Me?

            When I mentioned pink-collar-jobs, I didn’t mean people like us, I meant poor people, women who work as waitresses, janitors, hairstylists, CNA’s, women standing at a machine pressing out widgets for 8 hrs a day, stuff like that.
            Those women learned a long time ago that skin color takes precedence over gender every time. and it started back about the time Johnson signed the un-civil rights act.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Well then, we now have two meanings for “pink-collar-jobs”. The ones I saw were cushy and reserved for woman, not the scraps in your definition. Two sides of a coin. With feminists, they only show the one.

      • CarolinaGem

        “Obama got forty-six per cent of the white female vote….”

        A huge part of the problem and one reason so many WHITE women are voting demoRAT is because they are single parents. With gubmint there to provide EBT, WIC, SNAP, etc. who needs a man? Why bother to work out the problems with your spouse (assuming you married at all)? Gubmint is there to take care of you! sarc/

        And any of you who still suffer under the delusion we have a chance to “vote them out”, I have some good swamp land to sell you. Elections are rigged now. There is no such thing as an honest election; what we have now is a facade, nothing more than an exercise in futility where we all go to the polls and do our civic duty only to have TPTB determine the next president, senator, etc. It is time for us all to wake up.

    • Whitetrashgang

      Because the tribe runs both parties and you are watching theater nothing else. You need a third party like in Germany a while back, you really have to know this and believe it or you just being played.

      • cherrie greenbaum123

        It’s an orchestrated invasion. From Netanyahoo’s lips to Obammy’s ears, the floodgates are open.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        That’s why I keep praying for a meteor.

    • Because whoever gets nominated will probably be so busy ‘reaching out’ to minorities, most Americans who are awake will know it will make little difference.

    • Anon

      Has a republican president ever been any different?

      • AndrewInterrupted

        I don’t think Bush triggered a brown toddler invasion. And Dwight D. Eisenhower launched “Operation Wetback”…and….hey, wait a minute–am I your damn political science professor?! Are you skipping class again?!

    • Hank Rearden

      Because all those crossing illegally will be voting.

    • Gentleman Jim Crow

      You think republicans are any better? What did Bush do to restrict Latin American immigration? He even spoke Spanish to curry favour with them. The entire political class are your enemies. They are all controlled by the same puppet masters.

  • Ograf

    It is wonderful that they are willing to let us share in the lice and scabies and who knows what else. After all we will soon be like them.

    • Pro_Whitey

      See how much they have to contribute to America!

      • me

        Free welfare for a pandemic. Worst ‘trade’ in the history of the former USA…

        • RisingReich

          Just wait for tomorrow. Trust me, another worse one will will be made.

        • cherrie greenbaum123

          Thank god we have Obamacare so that all of these children can be nursed back to health!

  • David Ashton

    Can you kindly explain to this Englishman the function of your Disease Control Centers (if that is their correct name) in the USA? Would they have any relevance here?

    • They should be very relevant here. But who cares about a few diseases when one party is waging demographic war against the historic American nation and the other party’s establishment is waging economic war against the American worker?

    • D.B. Cooper

      The CDC is also where we keep our smallpox, measles, and polio stored, just in case we ever need them. My theory is that is precisely what our elitists have planned. They are not worried about minorities taking over because all you have to do is release some of these diseases, and the unvaccinated will die, killing perhaps half of their population.

      • RisingReich

        The disease and DEATH is meant for us, not them.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Maybe small pox reparations? What will they think of next??

      • Hallie Eva

        Thanks for mentioning that, D.B.
        I recommend boosters for some of the usual childhood diseases if you have not had the disease itself. Immunizations received as children do not confer life long immunity.

    • Katherine McChesney

      There are claims that the CDC has actually created epidemics of diseases.

  • Luca

    Browns Shirts running camps? I’m certain I have read about that somewhere in one of my history books. Perhaps Obama read the same book and is taking a page out of someone’s playbook.

    • Tarczan

      It’s not by accident they are called brown shirts. He really enjoys doing things that he knows are completely un -American that will really tick off the public. He usually gives the press an item of plausible deniability so they can pretend he really loves America.

      Anyone with any honesty can see that this is a WH orchestrated invasion. It’s unbelievable. Remember when he was reelected and people predicted his second term will be unbelievably bad? Well, this is just the start.

  • me

    Pandemics are nothing, compared to the ‘human rights’ of these little virus and parasite-infested squat monkeys. I wonder who will get blamed for the pandemic, when people in the United States of Amerkastan start dying?

  • me

    Disqus erased my original post. I guess ‘diseased, pandemic-carrying squat monkeys’ is in violation of the liberal fantasy….

  • CircleTheWagons

    It should be easy enough to find out what private contractor has the security contract for this facility. Its public information. After that you find out who owns the company and summon them in to testify in front of congress under oath and cross examine them.
    Oh wait…I forgot…That’s only if you actually want to do something to stop the destruction of our country.

  • me

    Pandemics and plagues. Lovely.

  • Magician

    Well the HIV was “invented” in Africa….

    (hint – HIV is noticeably high in the black community)

  • D.B. Cooper

    I’m waiting for some of our elected republicans, or at least candidates, to bring this up. I really don’t want to vote straight ticket democrat, but I will until HE is unemployed.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      “it’s his party and he’ll cry if he wants to.”

  • Magician

    Well the HIV was “invented” in Africa….

    (hint – HIV is noticeably high in the black community)

    • AndrewInterrupted

      An uppity Bonobo got busy with a commoner Bonobo, as I remember.

      • Kenner

        And then ate it afterwards.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          eeeeeeeeeeew

  • AndrewInterrupted

    Woohoo!!!

    • Erasmus

      That pic of McCain screams, “Change my nappy!”

      • AndrewInterrupted

        The caption reads: “…Never trust a fart!…”

  • AndrewInterrupted

    What party does David Brat belong to?

  • Diversity Fatigue

    Obama and Holder make quite a team. These two black supremacists are getting away with all this only because of the race cards they carry. I’ve also recently heard that some of these immigrant kids are “glue huffers.”

    • Cecil Broomsted

      Yes it is true. Many of them live on the streets.

      .

      • AndrewInterrupted

        The one on the right looks Chinese.

        • Cecil Broomsted

          Possible side effect from the glue.

        • RisingReich

          Wrong. Looks retarded from an already dim-witted brain bathed repeatedly in noxious fumes.

          Too bad the fumes apparently don’t kill the worms crawling in his belly and the nasty crab like pathogens crawling all over his body.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Well there goes my late dinner. <:-(

        • Alexandra1973

          Well, Orientals and Amerinds do look similar, they are both Semites.

          And the one in the middle’s giving a salute, I see….

      • RonanTheLibtardian

        Nice kids.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      A social worker I know in Southern California says that boys as young as 12 work as drug mules. By the time they’re 15, they’re dealers. If they’re still alive at 18, they have several people working under them. Girls as young as 12 are prostituted by pimps. They can probably suffer through around 20- 25 abortions by the time they are 20. This is mostly true only for the runaways or those whose parents have been murdered by rival drug gangs.

  • Katherine McChesney

    Sarcasm?

  • dd121

    I’m glad to hear that a few good doctors have been heard.

  • Do you believe yet that Obama is an enemy of USA

  • RisingReich

    How can this not be seen as a biological campaign of GENOCIDE against the indigenous population that is ENFORCED by Federal agents?

    I fear for that nurses life. She should NOT have told a soul about that diary outside of some trusted (read non-shyster) lawyer whom should have taken it to some media organization that could have published it without disclosing her identity.

    The heat is on, folks. Arm up and mentally prepare because the day this ‘Government’ starts hunting down ‘dissidents’ such as our selves is alarmingly right around the corner.

    Equally as dangerous, Juan Greaserito Gonzales from Mexico may also be around the corner infected with Strep, scabies, various blood borne pathogens and deathly infections the White man spent decades and much treasure eradicating from Western society.

  • RisingReich

    I was visited by a Fire Engine and a panzy Libtard within two minutes of attempting to light legal fireworks off in my drive way this Monday.

    We don’t even have freedom to celebrate what once was, nevermind what currently IS.

    • SoulInvictus

      Here’s an early,
      Happy No longer ruled by a central power, hereditary monarchy but now ruled by an even more authoritarian, centralized power financial oligarchy… Day.
      Not as catchy, but true.

      Or more succinctly for the bumper stickers…
      I rebelled against the King and all I got was this lousy police state.

      • Usually Much Calmer

        Ha! For about two years now, I have had a t-shirt waiting for me from cafe press that reads “I survived the Second American Reconstruction and all I got was this lousy t-shirt”

        Great minds think alike. . . as do all minds at all other quality plateaus.

      • Erasmus

        “I rebelled against the King and all I got was this lousy police state.”
        Now that I like.

  • Ella

    We always have a lice epidemic in public schools. There is also professional de-licing hair places since lice has grown resistant to certain chemicals or pyrethrins. I already have an idea as I try to limit my children to public activities, being an immigrant hub to Asia and South of the border. I even avoid the malls as they had gone mostly Latinos. Yes, I expect this from a government who hate their own people.

  • IKUredux

    If we are going to have people calling themselves “brown shirts”, than I want some more to go with it. I say: Super size it!

  • cherrie greenbaum123

    “Everyone was paranoid,” she said. “The children had more rights than the workers.”
    That there says everything about this I need to know.

  • Malgus

    I caught this elsewhere on the web…

    This is just the stuff they’re admitting at this point.. what they’re not admitting – how many 16 and 17 year old “children” they missed and what kinds of communicable diseases they’re carrying – is too scary to contemplate…

    These people are from countries where running water and toilet paper are rumors… give it some time. You’ll all get to see such wonderful things as typhus, cholera, yellow fever…

    I was one of those guys who looked at images of the Chinese with surgical masks and gloves on, just to go about their daily business and said “Sucks to be you”.

    Now, I’m thinking we’re next…

  • archer

    Barak Insane Obama has stuck it to us again, failing to take the most rudimentary precautions to safeguard the public.

  • Dale McNamee

    I can’t wait for the pandemics of diseases that these “divine” children are bringing…/sarc

  • AndrewInterrupted

    No doubt about it. All Muslims should be ejected from North America. If we did, they would respect us more. We would finally return to ‘standing for something’.

  • just me.

    The left knows exactly what they are doing. They will say “oops sorry, that was a mistake” but the chilling atmosphere will remain.

    That said, anyone here who things Republicans will be any better isn’t being realistic. The republican elite is just as pro amesty and open borders as the left. It is the elite that have to go – not Republican or Democrat – but the money behind both.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    That is the curious contradiction of the proud veteran. As he drives around town with his “Veteran” license plate. What is he saying? Is he saying I fought so an anti-white group of Marxist thugs from Chicago could occupy America? What is he presently proud of? He’s on the wrong side. Does this occur to him? Pride in being a veteran is something you had when you fought for America, not Marxist, anti-white occupiers. What is he proud of?

  • Doomispixulated

    When I was a kid I thought bedbugs were a myth. My mother would say “…sleep tight, and don’t let the bedbugs bite..”, I would ask her, “what are bedbugs”? She would say, “there’s no such thing”. Those were the days.