Lee in the Mountains

Doing the Lord's Work by Saving the White Race

Our people can not survive these head shots

The Baby Boom generation is the last generation with a community of memory of a White world. The generations following have never really known a White world, and have been, for the most part successfully blended into the New Babel.  Far too many have become Jannisaries. A big thanks to the government schools, but especially to the White hating churches, found on every corner of the Forced Union. I observed the same thing pictured below, in the Ron Paul camp. Of course Paul lauded Marchin Lootin King to the jew Blitzer on TV, but many, many of the young Paul supporters were big King fans already. At the Paul meet ups, they really became excited when naming Paul’s potential VP selection, Congo Rice, Collin Powell, and especially the “good “negros, Walter Williams and Allen Keyes. (NB: I know many good, Christain Kinist in these younger generations.) However, today in the Forced Union, the majority of children, under the age of 8 are non-White. Next year 9, the following year after 10 etc! We do no have unlimited time. LITM will not survive the ongoing Demographic White Dachau. Lord willing, significant numbers of our people of all ages will wake and save what is left. “…But If Not…”

Caption these young (white) Obama supporters who have adopted the middle name “Hussein”
NY Times ^ | 6/29/08 | Kirk Irwin

“Obama volunteers from Columbus, Ohio, who have adopted the middle name Hussein include J. T. Marcum, left, Aaron Barclay, Alex Enderle, Norm Shoemaker and Chelsey McCune. They use the name on the Internet and in greeting one another.

4 responses to “Our people can not survive these head shots

  1. Laurel Loflund July 18, 2008 at 2:51 am

    Hallo, LITM,

    You are correct to blame the public schools for the deification of MLK. As a teacher in one, I have often been dismayed to see and hear other teachers praising him to the skies. During February, Lord help us, Black History Month projects often offer a list of acceptable names for students to write/make art about/give a tribute speech about, etc., and MLK is always, 100% of the time, on these lists. No discussion ever of his lesser known and quite horrible qualities.

    These kids grow up thinking that if you can just wave the right negro at the race conflict, everything will be OK, we all will get along and live happily ever after.

    Just another fairy tale.

    God bless,
    who certainly hopes there are some good Kinist Kids out there…

  2. Fr. John July 18, 2008 at 2:26 pm

    In the Church, names signify one’s allegiance to either Christ (by taking a saint’s name) or Satan (by taking a pagan’s name). Thus, among both Catholics, Lutherans, Anglicans, and Orthodox, the continued use of names of those canonized as “Saints” (John, Thomas, Mary, Elizabeth, etc.) or righteous sovereigns (Alexandra, Theodora, etc.) prevailed. Even among the Pilgrims/Puritans, etc. of early Colonial vintage, such names were only interspersed with more O.T. ‘Biblical’ names – Ezra, Ruth, Ebeneezer, Nehemiah, etc.

    For ‘reverse Oreos’ such as these fools above (‘White on the outside, black as hell on the inside’) to take a PAGAN, as well as a MUSLIM name, shows that they are already damned, for they would rather be named ‘with a name that is BELOW all names’ than be counted/named with the “Name that is ABOVE all Names” – i.e., to be a CHRIST-ian.

    They have their ‘god’ – they trusted in him, let him deliver him, if they delight in him.

    Let the DEAD bury the Dead.

  3. EA (European American) Steve September 6, 2008 at 6:54 am

    Do these White Obama supporters not realize that an Obama win, and the consequential sexual Glorification of Black men (to White Women), by the media, hurts their chances of finding a suitable mate?

  4. Chelsey McCune March 27, 2009 at 5:57 am

    I find it very interesting and also very flattering to be criticized by people that know nothing about me.

    I’ve never been referred to as a ‘reverse oreo’, but I’ll for sure write that down.

    In my support for the Obama campaign, I was well informed, and graduated from high school before I was even aware of Mr. Obama’s existence.

    As an Atheist, I do not understand the significance of so called ‘Christian’ names, nor do I understand what is wrong with the name my parents gave me, if in fact that is what you’re implying.

    Considering the alternative candidate, I found Barack Obama to be the best choice for my own personal values.

    If perhaps you were hoping that Mccain would be elected, (or anyone else WHITE, because that seems to be very important to you) there was always the option of hitting the campaign trail and going door to door.

    Best wishes,

    Chelsey McCune

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