Monday, August 31, 2015


Well now, in the past week or ten days we have seen (1) a black man  in Virginia shoot two white television reporters to death on live TV, and (2) a black man in Texas shoot to death a Sheriff's Deputy while he was refueling his patrol car.

There was no apparent reason for these murders -- well, except for the obvious reason that the victims were murdered because they were white.

Race-hate is most obvious in black people as a group.  There are exceptions, of course, but way too many blacks hate non-blacks and wish to do them harm.

Around the first of August, the old fool Black Muslim leader Louis Farrakahn called for black volunteers to murder white people.  Looks like the POS is getting his wish.

Well let's see -- in the past year we have seen blacks burn down Ferguson, Missouri and Baltimore, Maryland, as well as injure many in knock-out games.  Colin Ferguson has reported widespread black-on-white violence all across the nation, the news of which is heavily suppressed by the mainstream press.  Now other blacks are advocating mass murder and some blacks are acting on that admonition.

Niggas, you are poking a sleeping giant, one you do not want to awaken.  We are quite fed up with your bullshit.

Defending George Zimmerman on Twitter

A Drawing by Dixon Diaz
I learned that George Zimmerman has a Twitter account, so went in search of it so I could follow him.  I read some of the liberal/leftist posts on his site, and before I knew it, was involved in a flame war with a pack of liberals.

Arguing with liberals isn't bad -- their arguments are so misinformed and weak, that there is no stress in it.  Of course, they call you a lot of names and insult you, but that doesn't bother me at all.  One of them, a woman calling herself "Jade Helm Commander" expressed an unusual interest in the size of my genitalia.  Eventually she reverted to the usual form, calling me a racist.  I finally figured out what a "racist" is.  It is anyone who expects all races to be held to the same standards of behavior and accountability.  

I was amazed at how ignorant my liberal contenders were as to the facts of the Zimmerman case.  Listening to them, you would think Trayvon Martin ("a child") had been machine-gunned in his stroller while sucking on a pacifier.  Martin was a hulking brute, recently kicked out of school for fighting, and who loved fist fights.  The liberal twitterites did not seem to know that Martin was sitting on Zimmerman's chest, raining down punches onto Zim's face.  With a broken nose, in pain and in fear of his life or great bodily injury, and with adrenaline pumping, Zim's survival instinct kicked in and he shot Martin.  In such a moment the victim of such an attack isn't going to philosophize about racial equality, ponder the age of his assailant or offer him platitudes.  He is going to act, and let the consequences fall where they may.  An old saying is appropriate here:  "It is better to be judged by twelve than carried by six."

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

A Short Recess From Politics: Psychic Powers and Pumpkin Plants

This past week I came across a book in my library about improving one's psychic powers.  Normally I wouldn't bother with such topics, but I figured, what the hell.  The book was "Another Door Opens," about dealing with the death of loved ones, finding your true path, and dealing with frustration and stress.  The book had an ameliorative effect on my chronic depression, which had lately been stoked by America's descent into fascism, and I felt better after reading it.  I decided that maybe such topics weren't as worthless as heretofore believed.

Later in the week, I found myself in Barnes & Nobles Bookstore in Gilroy, California, a lovely, well stocked store that one rarely sees anymore, with the advent of Amazon.  I got to browse and handle real paper and ink books, and bought a couple more on psychic subjects.  One book was on how to develop one's psychic powers.  After reading it I intend to use my psychokinetic powers to plant a Confederate battleflag between the butt cheeks of every Yankee politician from here to Hoboken and turn Bernie Sanders into a horned toad.

Another life-affirming project has been the planting of pumpkins in my backyard.  I think I waited too long to plant the seeds -- they should be in the ground by the first of June, and I waited until the middle of July.  Nevertheless, I decided to press on and see if the Great Pumpkin really will rise from my pumpkin patch on Halloween and bring toys to all the good little girls and boys.  If not, maybe I'll have a pumpkin or two for Thanksgiving, and learn how to be a better farmer next year.

So far the only thing my pumpkin plants have produced are fragile yellow flowers.

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

George Zimmeran's Painting of the Confederate Flag

George Zimmerman owes big bucks to attorneys for representing him in a politically driven murder trial two years ago.  Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin, "an unarmed teen," as the media likes to describe him.  Martin, however, was armed with his fists and a really bad attitude, and sucker punched Zimmerman before sitting on Zimmerman's chest and pounding his head into the cement. 

Unfortunately for the "unarmed teen," Zimmerman wasn't.  Unarmed, that is.  Scratch one punk.

Since Martin was black, he was a member of the Dalai Lama Tribe of the Ebony Epidermis, the DLTEE, a sacred group who are never wrong, never at fault, and always the victim, no matter what the circumstances.  So a politically driven, leftist district attorney decided to try Zimmerman for second degree murder.  One cannot shoot a member of the DLTEE even in self-defense, because, as noted above, such people are never at fault, never responsible, and always victims of unrelenting white Hispanic racism.  Alas for the High Priestess of the DLTEE, Zimmerman was acquitted on all charges in 2013.  Charges, that according to the police, should never have been brought.

Now George Zimmerman has turned to painting artwork to sell, so he can pay his enormous legal bills.  His paintings are fetching large sums.  His latest painting is of the Confederate Battle Flag, and was inspired by Florida Gun Supply owner Andy Hallinan, who displays a Confederate flag in his gun store.  Halliman declared his gun store to be a "Muslim-Free Zone" and is being sued by CAIR, a Muslim "civil rights" group.  Zimmerman's painting is partially in support of Halliman.  Zimmerman adds:
"My confederate flag painting also represents the hypocrisy of political correctness that is plaguing this nation."
  Read about it here.

This blog has supported George Zimmerman from the get-go, after learning the facts of the case early on.  We were incensed over the political show-trial to which Zimmerman was subjected, and wish him the best.

Stogie Stuff: Windows 10 and H.L. Mencken

Yesterday I upgraded mine and my wife's laptops to Windows 10.  It was fairly easy to do, and free.  I like the Windows 10 format; it's zippy, boots up and shuts down a lot faster than Windows 7.  Also, the learning curve for the new format seems fast and easy. 

Lately I have been interested in the writing and thoughts of the famous, early 20th Century muck-raker, H.L. Mencken.  Mencken wrote highly controversial pieces in the 1920s and 1930's.  He was a libertarian and an atheist.  Although I don't share his atheism, I find his writings about religion to be insightful and often humorous.  I am currently reading the Kindle version of "H.L. Mencken on Religion," a collection of his essays on the subject.

Sometimes Mencken's conclusions are the same that I previously grasped on my own.  For example, how religions tend to ensconce rules into a needless permanence, and continue obeisance to those rules long after the rules no longer make sense.  Mencken writes, echoing thoughts of Nietzsche:
1.  Every system of morality has its origin in an experience of utility. A race, finding that a certain action works for its security and betterment, calls that action good; and finding that a certain other action works to its peril, it calls that other action bad. Once it has arrived at these valuations it seeks to make them permanent and inviolable by crediting them to its gods. 
2.  The menace of every moral system lies in the fact that, by reason of the supernatural authority thus put behind it, it tends to remain substantially unchanged long after the conditions which gave rise to it have been supplanted by different, and often diametrically antagonistic conditions.
Perhaps the best example of this is the Jewish and Muslim prohibitions on pork.  When the ancient Jews created that prohibition, there were sound health reasons for it.  Pigs carried a variety of diseases that could be passed onto man through his diet, trichinosis being the most obvious example.  However, modern methods of raising farm animals and of curing and cooking the meat make these risks of small consequence today. 

Another example is ritualistic slaughter, a practice that shames both Jew and Muslim, in that it is unnecessarily cruel and painful to the animals being slaughtered.  The original requirements of ritualistic slaughter were based on reasons of health.  Only freshly killed animals should be eaten, in order to avoid food poisoning, and steps were laid out by which this was to be accomplished.  However, modern means of slaughter affect nothing of any consequence in the meat produced.  The old ways should give way to better, more modern ones.

Friday, August 14, 2015

Was the Civil War About Slavery? A West Point History Professor Says "Yes"

Yes, the Civil War was about slavery, says a West Point History Professor; and he is "proud" of "his army" for its brutal assault on the Southern States.  Of course, the professor's arguments are shallow and sophomoric.  The Abbeville Institute rebuts this biased and erroneous screed in point by point fashion.

Read it here.

Monday, August 10, 2015

The Civil War Absolutely Was Not About Slavery: Must-Read Book Tells Why

I am currently rereading Gene Kizer Jr's book, Slavery Was Not the Cause of the War Between the States -- the Irrefutable Argument.

Kizer's book is very convincing in its argument that economics was the overriding factor for both South and North.  If the South seceded, it rid itself of the huge tax burden  foisted on it by the North.  Its ports would attract shipping and imports, drawing substantial business and tax revenues away from the North.  The North, on the other hand, would face economic devastation, so dependent was it on the South for its jobs, manufactures and tax revenues.  In fact, immediately after the first seven states seceded, a depression began in the North and there was a growing financial panic.

These facts are not just Kizer's theories or interpretations.  His conclusions are drawn from documents from the time period, including speeches, quotes from famous people, newspaper accounts, editorials, and the writings of economists.  There is enough material there to give Northern apologists nightmares.

Another part of the book is a reprint of Charles Ramsdell's famous treatise on "Lincoln and Fort Sumter."  This essay describes in detail, minute by minute in some cases, the Fort Sumter controversy, who did what and when.

The crux of the Fort Sumter problem was this:  South Carolina had seceded from the Union, and wanted control over the fort that was located within its own borders.  Lincoln was faced with a dilemma:  if he gave up the fort, he admitted to the legality of secession, and opened Charleston Harbor to tariff-free imports from Europe.  He had to start the war, but knew he must not be seen as the aggressor.  What to do?  Ramsdell does not draw any conclusions for you, but the facts point irrefutably to Lincoln's plan to start the Civil War by forcing the South to fire the first shot.

Lincoln was a tyrant, but a crafty one.

Wednesday, August 05, 2015

Confederate Quote of the Day: How Democratic Societies Tyrannize Dissenters

Tyranny in democratic republics does not proceed in the same way, however. It ignores the body and goes straight for the soul. The master no longer says: You will think as I do or die. He says: You are free not to think as I do. You may keep your life, your property, and everything else. But from this day forth you shall be as a stranger among us. You will retain your civic privileges, but they will be of no use to you. For if you seek the votes of your fellow citizens, they will withhold them, and if you seek only their esteem, they will feign to refuse even that. You will remain among men, but you will forfeit your rights to humanity. When you approach your fellow creatures, they will shun you as one who is impure. And even those who believe in your innocence will abandon you, lest they, too, be shunned in turn. Go in peace, I will not take your life, but the life I leave you with is worse than death.

Alexis De Tocqueville

Tuesday, August 04, 2015

Lawfare Pushback: Aaron Walker Sues Brett Kimberlin and Wife for Malicious Prosecution

If you have  been following the long lawfare saga of Brett Kimberlin vs the Universe, you know how many people that Kimberlin has sued for frivolous and vexatious reasons.  One of Kimby's first targets was an attorney named Aaron Walker, and over a period of three and a half years, Kimberlin made Walker's life a living hell.  Walker wrote about Kimberlin's criminal past and vexatious legal filings, and Kimberlin attempted to use the court system to silence Walker, or in the alternative, to ruin Walker's life and career through frivolous lawsuits.  These lawsuits have been dismissed except for one remaining, and Walker expects it to be dismissed as well.

FINALLY, Walker is in a position to push back.  In June, he filed a lawsuit against Kimberlin and his wife, Tetyana, for malicious prosecution, abuse of process, false imprisonment, and seeking an injunction. Get more information at

You can read Walker's legal brief on Scribd here.   It describes the history of Kimberlin's persecution of Walker, as well as the damages Walker seeks.  Unlike Kimberlin's rambling and ambiguous briefs, it is well written and specific as to the torts inflicted by the defendant onto Walker.

Payback, they say, is a bitch.  Now Brett Kimberlin gets to enjoy the pressures, the expense and worries he inflicted on others via the legal process.  There is one major difference, however.  Walker's lawsuit is neither vexatious nor frivolous.

Sunday, August 02, 2015


Some black lives matter. Others are just a complete pain in the ass, taking more from society than they contribute, endangering everyone else with their proclivity for violence and crime, and forever displaying a really, really bad attitude.

 #blacklivesmatter-my ass