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Why do White people wanna givin it all away?

“They took the remaining Whites, and put em in a White museum
And they charged the monkies a dollar and a half to see them.

No, no, no, don’t it always seem to go
That you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone”

I do not like this video, (visually) but the lyrics and music says it all: Why do White people want to “Givin It All Away?”

Well at LITM, we do not want to give it away, we want to keep it, Lord willing. We shout, “Wake up, save what is left, that which is about to die.”

Counting Crows – Big Yellow Taxi lyrics

They paved paradise and put up a parkin’ lot
With a pink hotel, a boutique, and a swingin’ hot spot
Don’t it always seem to go
That you don’t know what you got till it’s gone
They paved paradise and put up a parkin’ lot

They took all the trees, and put em in a tree museum
And they charged the people a dollar and a half to see them
No, no, no, don’t it always seem to go
That you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone
They paved paradise, and put up a parkin’ lot

Hey farmer, farmer, put away your DDT
I don’t care about spots on my apples,
Leave me the birds and the bees – please
Don’t it always seem to go
That you don’t know what you got till it’s gone
They paved paradise and put up a parking lot
Hey now, they’ve paved paradise to put up a parking lot
Why not?

Listen, late last night, I heard the screen door swing,
And a big yellow taxi took my girl away
Now don’t it always seem to go
That you don’t know what you got till it’s gone
They paved paradise and put up a parking lot
Hey now now, don’t it always seem to go
That you don’t know what you got till it’s gone
They paved paradise to put up a parking lot
Why not, they paved paradise
They put up a parking lot
Hey hey hey, paved paradise and put up a parking lot

I don’t wanna give it
Why you wanna give it
Why you wanna givin it all away
Hey, hey, hey
Now you wanna give it
I should wanna give it
Cuz you’re givin it all away, no no

I don’t wanna give it
Why you wanna give it
Why you wanna givin it all away
Cuz you’re givin it all givin it all away yeah yeah
Cuz You’re givin it all away hey, hey, hey

Hey, paved paradise, to put up a parking lot
la,la, la, la, la, la, la ,la ,la ,la ,la
Paved paradise, and put up a parking lot

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Gridlocked cities, empty shelves and bloodshed as fury at soaring costs spreads around the world

[Surely thankful to be at Cracker’s Last Stand in LITM. “We salute Jeff Davis every July 4th, we dont give a damm how they do it up north. Gonna live the life we love just as long as we can. I know I can always depend, on my family, my neighbors and friends, because we all give each other a hand at Cracker’s Last Stand. Just the home of a Southern man at Cracker’s Last Stand.”]

Gridlocked cities, empty shelves and bloodshed as fury at soaring costs spreads around the world

Last updated at 19:51pm on 12.06.08

Worldwide protests over the rising price of fuel escalated today, with the Philippines presidential palace besieged by lorries, fishermen burning their boats in Thailand, and Spanish petrol stations running dry as hauliers blockade major roads.

Violence has already claimed lives of lorry drivers on either side of the dispute, while one haulier was nearly burned to death in his cab by strikers.

Hundreds of lorries and minibuses blocked roads in Manila leading to Malacanang Palace today to demand the lifting of a 12 per cent sales tax on fuel. Petrol prices there have risen about 24 per cent this year.

Anger: Drivers take their grievances onto the streets of Manila

Traffic ground to a halt as anti-riot police halted the convoy, including about 500 tuk-tuks, Manila’s three-wheeled taxis.

In Thai capital Bangkok, tens of thousands of heavy lorries are threatening to cause havoc while farmers are demonstrating and fishermen have begun burning their boats in nationwide protests against soaring prices of fuel and other essentials.

Lorry drivers’ leaders warned the government that it has until next Tuesday to subsidise their fuel or face at least 100,000 vehicles rumbling into Bangkok.

A half-day strike yesterday by lorry drivers who parked their vehicles on roads across the country was only a prelude to next week’s possible push into Bangkok, they said.
Finance Minister Suraphong Suebwonglee said there were plans to help reduce transport costs.

‘I am not concerned about the lorry drivers’ threat to strike because the government is seeking to subsidise the transport sectors as the whole,’ he said.

One fishermen’s group said more than half of the 50,000 fishing boats under its wing are being kept ashore because of the high cost of diesel.

Thai Airways International raised its fuel surcharges by up to 100 per cent yesterday day due to the rising cost of jet fuel.

World crisis: Thai truck drivers block the highway during a strike protest against high fuel prices on a highway on the outskirts of Bangkok

Fury united: Activists from the Communist Party of India stop a train at Guwahati Railway Station during a protest against the hike in fuel prices today
Meanwhile opposition groups in Malaysia today vowed to push on with mass protests against a 41 per cent hike in petrol prices – despite a pledge from the Prime Minister to keep prices fixed for the rest of the year.

Malaysia is Asia’s largest net oil exporter, earning £38 million a year in revenue for every 50 pence rise in crude prices. Protesters demanded to know why rising profits from oil exports were not being used as subsidies to the poor.

A march is planned tomorrow in Kuala Lumpur to the Petronas Twin Towers, headquarters of oil giant Petronas.

A million people are expected for another demonstration in the capital next month.

Police have warned they will take action against protesters, with a permit required for any gatherings of more than four people.

Malaysia followed India, Indonesia, Taiwan and Sri Lanka by raising pump prices last week.

On Monday, Nepal became the latest Asian nation to rise prices to stem losses of a state firm.

Also in Asia, South Korean lorry drivers voted to strike on Monday, ignoring a £5 billion government aid package designed to cushion the impact of fuel price rises.

A protesting farmer throws produce at riot police in Almeria, southern Spain

A shopper picks out the few remaining oranges at a supermarket in Madrid as shortages begin to bite

Fuel anger: An injured farmer kneels in front of riot police during clashes between fuel-protest farmers and riot police in Almeria

In Spain, hauliers’ unions vowed to press on with protests, rejecting measures to end the three-day nationwide protests over rising fuel prices.

In San Isidro, near Alicante, a lorry driver is being treated for serious burns after narrowly escaping an attempt by strikers to burn him alive in his cab. Fire destroyed four trucks and damaged a fifth at the industrial park.

The incident, being investigated by police, followed the death near Granada on Tuesday of a picketing haulier hit by a lorry.

Some petrol stations in Madrid and Catalonia have run dry, supermarkets are reporting panic buying and highways around the country have been clogged by slow-moving or parked trucks.

Car manufacturers warned that if the stoppage continues the entire industry will grind to a halt because parts are not reaching factories.

Mourners in Peligros, Granada, carry the coffin of Julio Cervilla Sojo, the Spanish picket who died on Tuesday after being knocked down by a lorry driver

Lorries driving at low speed jammed access roads around Madrid, Valencia and Murcia, while sea links between the Balearic Islands and the Spanish mainland were cancelled due to lack of fuel.

The action has caused disruption for tens of thousands of British holidaymakers in Spain.

But police yesterday re-established traffic into France at the border post of La Jonquera, where more than 3,000 lorries had been barred entry by pickets.

In all, 51 people have been arrested since the strike started, and police vehicles have escorted nearly 3,000 lorries.

Clashes: Spanish police arrive to break up a picket line by striking Spanish truckers in Iznalloz, near Granada

The hauliers say fuel prices consume up to 60 per cent of their income.

The strikers – self-employed drivers who represent an estimated 20 per cent of Spain’s haulage industry – say big companies can cope better with fuel price increases by lowering their rates to land more jobs.

Infrastructure Minister Magdalena Alvarez has rejected the hauliers’ demand for a minimum price for their services, describing it as illegal in a market economy.

The strike is the most serious labour unrest that Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero has faced since he came to power in March 2004.

Spanish fishermen have also been on strike since May 30 to protest against rising fuel costs, and 85 per cent of the fleet is now moored.

Scorched: A man walks past a burned truck during a transport strike in Azamabuja north of Lisbon, Portugal

At least 50 people, nearly half of them police officers, were slightly injured in clashes during a fishermen’s demonstration in Seville and one involving farmers in Almeria.

Spain is also struggling with an economic slowdown after a decade-long boom in the property market came to a halt.

Shortages are also beginning to bite in neighbouring Portugal, where retailers have said food stocks at supermarkets are beginning to run out, and several petrol stations in Lisbon ran dry yesterday.

Portuguese farmers said they would have to throw away 660,000 gallons of fresh milk by the end of the day unless the protest ended because they had run out of storage capacity.

A striker died as he tried to stop a truck on a road north of the capital.

Its main Portela airport diverted airlines to other airfields to refuel, saying it could supply only emergency, military and state flights. Some flights were delayed but none were cancelled.

In the Netherlands, lorry drivers said they would limit speed to 30mph on a number of Dutch roads today in protest at calls for a diesel excise duty.

They also want a system to stabilise diesel prices by lowering duties when oil prices rise and raising them when they fall.

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“We have to start rationing (corn) supplies.”

I think we are in the process of being kulaked. I think they want all of us to be in their system, food control will be their kulak control. Our forefathers did not look to the government for food. Our forefathers took care of their own. That time has come again. We aint going into their system.
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“The cut in yields this early in the growing season was a shock,” said Roy Huckabay, executive vice president for the Linn Group in Chicago. “We have to start rationing supplies.”

Corn Surges to Record on U.S. Crop Loss; Soybeans, Wheat Rally

By Jeff Wilson and Tony C. Dreibus
June 11 (Bloomberg) — Corn topped $7 a bushel for the first time as unusually wet weather damaged the crop in the U.S., the world’s biggest producer. Soybeans rallied to a three- month high and wheat surged the most since February.

Corn productionwill fall 10 percent to 11.735 billion bushels this year, a bigger drop than forecast a month ago, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said yesterday. Inventories in September 2009, before next year’s harvest, will plunge to a 13- year low, the USDA said.

The price of corn, used mostly to make livestock feed and ethanol, jumped 76 percent in the past year and touched records for five straight sessions. Soybeans, wheat and rice all reached records this year, fueling a pickup in world food inflation. Adverse weather has curbed production of some crops as economic growth boosted demand for grains, meat and dairy products.

``A lot of corn has been damaged beyond repair,” said William Bayer, a partner at PTI Securities in Chicago. “Wheat will become an alternate feed source, especially if it’s relatively cheaper and more readily available than corn. People are starting to realize that $7 corn may be cheap. Livestock producers won’t be able to pay for $9 corn.

Corn futures for July delivery rose 30 cents, or 4.5 percent, to a record $7.0325 a bushel at 11:21 a.m. on the Chicago Board of Trade. The 30-cent gain was the maximum permitted by the exchange.

More than 4 million acres of corn were left to be planted as of June 1, before Midwest fields received up to 12 inches (30 centimeters) of rain in the past week, according to government data.

More Rain

Some fields in Iowa, the biggest corn-growing state, may receive as much as 6 inches of rain in the next 24 hours with the remainder of the Midwest getting up to 2 inches of rain during the next five days, said Mike Tannura, a meteorologist for T-Storm Weather in Chicago.

Corn planted in wet, cool soils develops shallow roots, increasing the threat of damage from hot, dry weather in July and August. The saturation also reduces the soil’s nitrogen content, which is needed for plant development.

In the U.S., the world’s largest exporter of corn, 60 percent of the crop was in good or excellent condition as of June 8, down from 63 percent the previous week, the USDA said June 9 in a report. A year earlier, 77 percent got the highest rating. Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska, Minnesota and Indiana, the five top-producing states, reported declines.

Fewer Acres

In a survey released March 30, U.S. farmers said they would sow 86 million acres with corn this year, down 8.1 percent from a year earlier, the department said. The USDA on June 30 may cut its corn-acreage estimate when it releases updated figures based on a survey of farmers taken last week, analysts said.

“Corn acreage may fall 2 million to 3 million acres,” said Brian Hoops, president of Midwest Market Solutions in Yankton, South Dakota. “Prices could rise to $8.50” to slow demand for livestock feed and ethanol production, Hoops said.

The government yesterday cut its yield forecast for corn by 3.2 percent to 148.9 bushels an acre, from 153.9 predicted last month and 151.1 for last year’s crop. The reduction reflects “persistent heavy rainfall across the Corn Belt,” the USDA said in the report.

“The cut in yields this early in the growing season was a shock,” said Roy Huckabay, executive vice president for the Linn Group in Chicago. “We have to start rationing supplies.”

Soybeans

The wet weather also has delayed some soybean planting in the U.S., the world’s largest producer and exporter of the oilseed. Soybean stockpiles on Aug. 31, before this year’s harvest, will fall to 125 million bushels, the government said yesterday.

“We are losing soybean yield and acres,” said Brian Hoops, president of Midwest Market Solutions in Yankton, South Dakota. “Supplies are already tight, so eventually soybeans are going to run to new highs.”

Soybean futures for July delivery rose 67.25 cents, or 4.7 percent, to $15.1375 a bushel in Chicago, after earlier rising the exchange limit of 70 cents to $15.165, the highest for a most-active contract since March 6. Soybeans are up 83 percent in the past year, reaching a record $15.865 on March 3 on increased global demand for the oilseed.

About 77 percent of the soybean crop has been planted on June 8, compared with 69 percent a week earlier and 92 percent in 2007, the USDA said. Wet weather has kept growers out of fields. About 57 percent of the soybeans were in good or excellent condition, compared with 70 percent a year earlier, the USDA said, rating the crop for the first time this year.

Wheat Rallies

Wheat rose the most in more than three months on heightened speculation that livestock producers will use more of the grain as animal feed because of soaring corn prices. Wheat has dropped 37 percent from a record in February after growers worldwide seeded more to take advantage of the rally. Wheat’s premium to corn has declined to $1.4975 a bushel from $7.15 on March 12.

Wheat futures for July delivery rose 51 cents, or 6.3 percent, to $8.60 a bushel in Chicago. A close at that level would be the biggest gain since Feb. 26. The price earlier rose the exchange limit of 60 cents to $8.69 and has advanced 54 percent in the past year after adverse weather in 2007 curbed global yields. The record on Feb. 27 was $13.495.
Rice futures for July delivery rose 39 cents, or 2 percent, to $19.81 per 100 pounds in Chicago. Rice has gained 83 percent in the past year and reached a record $25.07 on April 24.

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We are being South Africaed (Bosniaed + Mexicoed tambien)

What is happening today in South Africa, Lord willing will not be our fate. However, if we Whites lose the Celtic Fringe/Celtic Highlands of the South, we and the South will cease to exist. Michael Hill, President, League of the South has wisely stated: “This (the non-White Invasion) is not a football game.” With God’s grace and mercy we must fight this, to the knife. If we lose this battle we lose all. It is time to burn the ships, get the hell out of Babylon, and join us at Helm’s Deep, in LITM.

Christus Victor (Christ the Victor over death)

NB: The advice from the below interview is a must; “Any advice? Resist, unite, stand up always… Preserve or take root again, in rural areas notably, as it is by being with nature that we regain our soul.”

:: Novopress.info North America – http://am.novopress.info

A White South African testifies: “There exists in South Africa today a racial hatred that I never experienced in my youth

Edwin is South African and his origins can be traced as far back as the XVIth century, when Dutch and French Huguenots set foot in Southern Africa. He is 50 and left a teaching profession to work in computer programming. In an exclusive for Novopress France, he talks to us about White South Africans’ daily life since the fall of Apartheid. A testimony without make-up or concessions. A warning to white Europeans.

Novopress : How do you perceive the changes since the fall of Apartheid?
Edwin :
Since the ANC took power, our daily life has been affected by many changes. The biggest single change was the creation of fear. Fear of crime, which has skyrocketed since the ANC government took over. South Africa now has the highest rape incidence in the world. People fear leaving their homes, on foot or in public or private transport. People fear sounds they hear at night and with good reason. My elderly father fears tending his lawn on the sidewalk as old people are a very popular target.It is not just Whites that live in fear. It is everybody. Even criminals prey on one another. Very often, the police appear to be inefficient, due to a lack of discipline and because corruption is rife.

Novopress : Have you been yourself victim of violence?
Edwin :
Not personally but two of my friends have been murdered during robberies. Many of them as well as some of my own family members have personally experienced the “big 4″. In the old days we used to refer to the “big four” as the lions, elephants, buffalo and rhino which are a popular tourist attraction in South African game reserves. Nowadays the South African “big four” are commonly referred to as robbery, rape, car hijacking and murder.

Novopress : You were a teacher. What is your opinion on education in your country today?
Edwin :
I had the privilege of a very good education. Today, South Africa features at or near the very bottom worldwide. Education standards have become a national joke. Private schools are very expensive. Education is one of the main reasons for White emigration.

Novopress : Can you give us a retrospective analysis of the situation?
Edwin :
I as a White man stand accused of causing suffering to Black people, something I totally deny. It is claimed I had tremendous advantage while other paid the price… but is this true? While well funded communist terrorists tried to enter South Africa from beyond our borders – after years of Marxist indoctrination in USSR – I was called up by the military to fight for three years to defend all South Africans from communist aggression. Black people were not forced to serve in the military as I was, although Black volunteers were accepted. Whites were required to fund the Black homelands to educate them and build viable infrastructures. Before his arrest, Nelson Mandela created the largest terrorist group, “MK” (Umkhonto we Sizwe, spear of the nation). Read his book “How to be a good communist” for a picture of what we were up against. He was made an icon for having avoided a blood bath but his liberation, wished for by a cabal of international finance, has contributed to nip in the bud a planned White insurrection. From its base in nearby Botswana, the American army wouldn’t have let us off lightly…

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Nelson Mandela with Joe Slovo, president of
South African Communist Party (SACP),
in 1994, after his liberation
Blacks were never forced to contribute to their own education, health services or general state expenses. This was a negotiated process and some local Black leaders supported the uplifting of their homelands. Others did not and It was a confusing time. As the weight of our responsibilities became heavier and heavier to sustain as their number increased, we could not understand the international outcry which demanded that we capitulate to the communist onslaught; that we submit to the wind of history, of change blowing over Africa…

Black men, leaving their universities, were enrolled in Europe to master their knowledge of democracy which, ironically, materialised upon their return, by a wave of terror: intimidations, assassinations, terrorism, torture, mostly perpetrated against their own… We found incomprehensible the publicity, the praise around these men who were essentially motivated by personal ambition, and the suppression against wise leaders such as Buthelezi in South Africa and Muzorewa in Zimbabwe, supported by a majority of their respective communities.

Novopress : What is , in your opinion, the assessment of this mess?
Edwin :
Racial hatred has now also become a big issue. When I was young I never experienced hatred from Black people. We lived generally peaceful lives. Today the hatred stems almost totally from young Black youngsters who never experienced Apartheid, but are taught to hate the White man. The new school history is full of blame of the White man for every problem Blacks today endure. White children are made to feel guilty and Black children are instilled with resentment against Whites. Nevertheless, generally there is still respect between Whites and the older Black people who are disillusioned, for nothing better has come out of the new regime. On the contrary, work is scarce since the country’s boundaries have been opened wide, letting in hordes of people from the north, in search of an Eldorado which doesn’t exist anymore.

Shanty towns, squatter camps around big agglomerations are on the increase and the presence of foreigners, perceived as a threat, are giving rise to a resurgence of the tribal identity of Black South Africans, little concerned about human right principles (1)…

Moreover, for everybody, Black, White, Coloured and others, a new amoral way of life has become normal. Family values are no longer held sacred. Drug use, previously unknown, has now become a rampant problem. Those who can afford to send their children overseas to complete their education or to work, do so. Entire families, particularly Whites, emigrate in large numbers because of affirmative action. One out of every five White person has now left the country permanently. About two millions have settled abroad, mostly in Australia, Canada and England.

It is despairingly common to see aged parents who have children spread around the world, just waiting to die with no loved ones near them. Emails become their daily source of hope and affection while all physical contact is lost. Only the poor remain, and those who are too old to adapt to a foreign culture. We live from day to day, avoid the crime where possible, and sometimes long for the old days.

Image Hosted by ImageShack.us Thousands of Whites have been assassinated, sometimes tortured, horrendously mutilated, without apparent reason. It is a genocide but again, no voice is heard in protest. We have learnt, at our expense that it is not politically correct to fight for any White skin victim. Only Whites, can be racist, isn’t it? Indian and Coloured communities feel the pinch as well. Poverty is on the increase. Whites cannot live in Black areas because it is too dangerous for them, but Blacks flood into previously White areas bringing their culture of crime and high noise levels with them. We have no defense. The commandos have been dismantled. Our culture is not respected or even acknowledged. The few Whites in parliament are boot-lickers who do not represent us. Very few White people bother voting in elections here. There is no point. Many of us regard ourselves as stateless persons who have no choice but to live in this hostile country we happen to have been born in.

Novopress : Would partition be viable?
Edwin :
Some people have tried to create White enclaves where we may be free to have our own culture and raise our children without government interference. The largest is Orania (2) in the Cape Province. In order to avoid Black repression, Orania was built in a semi-desert region where no Blacks have ever wanted to live. Despite this there have been several legal attempts to destroy Orania. Recently, the government talked about incorporating it into some distant Black township which would have created a White minority without autonomy. Until now, Orania has survived at an enormous cost of sacrifices and legal procedures. More than a thousand people initially settled there, but reality has brought the number down to about six hundred. Orania has become a sort of live symbol where many Whites would love to live but legal threats and poverty prevent.

Image Hosted by ImageShack.us Novopress : Our struggle(3) in the eighties, gave us the impression to be the last White bastion, the defense dyke of European Identity. Today Edwin, what advice would you give to Europeans who feel threatened?
Edwin :
The West didn’t want to see in our fight a prelude to its present situation. I will not forget that you have fought by our side, that you’ve been one of us… At least, did you have the choice of leaving, refusing submission… But for how long still? I have noticed that all around the world, the majority of Whites have surrendered. I won’t mention America but in Europe, they grant foreigners, Blacks and Moslems in particular, so much right to their culture and their vital space that they have forgotten theirs. The founders of European civilisation have conceded their right for existence without caring in which hands it falls. It seems to me that, everywhere, Whites have lost the will to live.

Any advice? Resist, unite, stand up always… Preserve or take root again, in rural areas notably, as it is by being with nature that we regain our soul.

Novopress : Thank you Edwin. Despite your tribulations, I know that you and your own have kept the call of the Great Trek within you and that the blood that animated the spirit of your ancestors in their insatiable quest for freedom still flows strongly.

Interview conducted by Michelle Favard-Jirard for Novopress France

(1) Recent events in S.A. have proved this comment pertinent
(2) As the Orange Free State, Orania was named after the “House of Oranje”, the Dutch royal family having been very supportive of Whites in South Africa centuries ago.
(3) Michelle F. Jirard lived many years in South Africa and participated in the defense of her community.


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This IS IT, all you need to know!

James Edwards nails this one!!!


Rev. 3:2 Wake up! Save what left. That which is about to die.

The real meaning of “racial reconciliation”

Category: Blacks, Diversity Is Our Greatest Strength, Hatred Of Whites, Racism Schmacism, Whites – The Real Minority

Liberals, phony conservatives, and Judeo-Christians are constantly going on about the need for “racial reconciliation” without ever defining it. All year ’round we hear from the media that “Dr. King’s dream remains unfulfilled”, etc. Every January around MLK day we read and hear non-stop laments about “the dream deferred” and “America’s unfinished business when it comes to race.” Most will admit that “some” progress has been made, but everyone from Billy Graham to Sean Hannity to Alan Dershowitz agrees that we still “have a long way to go” when it comes to “racial reconciliation.” But no one ever comes out and gets specific about exactly what the term means, or how we’ll know when we’ve finally achieved it. You have to pay close attention to understand just what these people mean when they talk about “racial reconciliation.” They’re talking about the day when interracial marriage is just as common as traditional marriage:

Many white Americans who call themselves liberals, or consider themselves progressive on the issue of race, grew up with parents, or grandparents, or friends, who deeply mistrusted blacks. That was all part of growing up as an American.

In fact, even those who considered themselves progressive back then, in the 1960s and ’70s, held complicated, and often deeply contradictory, views about race.

The movie Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner is an apt barometer of that complexity. Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn played white liberals who believed in civil rights for all and were appalled by racism.

But when their daughter brought home Sidney Poitier, a sophisticated black doctor, they were stunned, hurt and angry.

If they were to remake the 1967 film today, somewhere in the script they would have let it drop that they voted for Barack Obama. It is not clear, though, whether their reaction to their daughter bringing home a black man would have changed at all.

Many white Americans believe that Mr. Obama is the man the United States needs to make the country compassionate again and heal the rift of racism. But the real question facing white America is not whether it can trust a black man in the White House — that question seems to have been answered — but whether they are ready to accept black families moving into their all-white neighbourhoods, or black men having cocktails in their living rooms, let alone black men married to their daughters.

There it is – that’s the real test. That’s what “racial reconciliation” is really all about – widespread interracial marriage. In other words, white genocide. When whites marry non-whites, the children are non-whites. And the measure of “racial reconciliation” is how many white people are engaging in this self loathing, genocidal act. That’s what Civil Rights, diversity, and equality have always been about – white genocide. That was Martin Luther King’s dream.

The Last Cowboy Song: The Revolution has come and gone

Whites LOST!!!

The only remaining question is, will White Christians, stand, doing their duty, in fighting for the Crown Rights of King Jesus?

Sola Deo Gloria,

An Old Woman of the Roads

Thanks to Sam Dickson,

for bringing this poem up

at the 2008ad AMREN Conference,

in advocating a

White Homeland!!!

Irish Poet Padraic Colum. 1881– 1977

An Old Woman of the Roads

O, TO have a little house!
To own the hearth and stool and all!
The heaped up sods upon the fire,
The pile of turf against the wall!
To have a clock with weights and chains 5
And pendulum swinging up and down!
A dresser filled with shining delph,
Speckled and white and blue and brown!
I could be busy all the day
Clearing and sweeping hearth and floor, 10
And fixing on their shelf again
My white and blue and speckled store!
I could be quiet there at night
Beside the fire and by myself,
Sure of a bed and loth to leave 15
The ticking clock and the shining delph!
Och! but I’m weary of mist and dark,
And roads where there’s never a house nor bush,
And tired I am of bog and road,
And the crying wind and the lonesome hush! 20
And I am praying to God on high,
And I am praying Him night and day,
For a little house—a house of my own—
Out of the wind’s and the rain’s way.