Monday, December 29, 2014

The White Supremests in the USA were joining with Europe an their first international conference; of course Scalise knew what he was doing.

Why should anyone be surprised, we have long knew Republicans were knee deep in racists. They only confirms what we already knew, which makes the next two years even more challenging to find the racism in the legislation before it becomes law. The President might be a lonely man if the US House and Senate sends bill for his signature containing oppression and racism.

December 28, 2014
...It was an ambitious undertaking (click here) for the fledgling organization, a truly international conference. The organization was named, innocuously enough, EURO, an acronym for European-American Unity and Rights Organization, and its leader was a man named David Duke. Duke, a former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, former Louisiana State Representative, and former Republican candidate for Louisiana governor, was attempting to rebrand his movement into something more palatable and less incendiary, and the ambiguous-sounding EURO seemed to do the trick....

Yes, indeed, White Supremacists becoming a global organization to take over the world. Why do all these militarized organizations have the same ambitions as the Taliban?
So, where is the speech? Missing?
The Southern Poverty Law Center now has a new name to add to their list of subversives.

Founded in 2000 (click here) under a different name by the former Klan leader and notorious neo-Nazi David Duke, the European-American Unity and Rights Organization (EURO) claims to fight for "White Civil Rights" for "European and Americans Wherever They May Live." Beyond hosting a website,, and staging an occasional conference, EURO is a paper tiger, serving primarily as a vehicle to publicize Duke's writing and sell his books.

In Its Own Words
"The Jewish media and Jews in general will attack us for wanting to restore White America. The Jews are the enemy of the White race, and they are largely responsible for the ‘browning' of America. The Jews want to rule over a multi-racial brown America that is too ignorant to ever rebel against them." 
— Jeff Davis,, Aug. 17, 2000

Twenty-eight percent came from large individual donors. (click here)

Interesting enough the facts are wrong, the white folks populated Africans as slaves, however, the African American ran parrallel in their settlements in the South. Jews were long oppressed and ostracized from American society in their early years. But, no one was killing them and sending them to gas chambers. The African American history is different, but, the early Jewish settlements were in the south and they did accept each other as communities.

The common joke years ago was that the Jews were always the lawyers and doctors because the money was good. That wasn't always the case. The Jewish settlement were the early physicians in the USA and they invented the PRACTICE of law. They didn't write the law, but, they developed a practice of the law to benefit their communities. They were brilliant and very much the survivors. We were lucky to have them. We, as a nation, are also lucky to have African Americans. Stop for minute to realize what the American landscape would look like without them and realize how far back in development we would have been and discovery.

The only contribution the White Supremacists have ever contributed to the USA is hate and violence and plenty of it.

At one point over the past week or so; Mayor De Blasio asked for the street protests to stop.

I noticed the NYPD recognizes the First Amendment's freedom of assembly and freedom of expression in peaceful protests. Their protests didn't face armed police with tear gas.

December 22, 2014
By Sebastian Murdock
...De Blasio (click here) urged the public to stand by the families of officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, both fatally shot execution-style on Saturday in Brooklyn by gunman Ismaaiyl Brinsley.
"We all see the world through the prism of our own families," he said. "It’s time for people to take stock of this moment."
The mayor did little to address burgeoning criticism from politicians and NYPD officers accusing him of not supporting police, but did ask that protests be put on hold.
"It’s a time to step back and just focus on these families," he said. "I think it’s a time for everyone to put aside political debates, put aside protests, put aside all of the things that we will talk about in due time. In the coming days, as two families prepare for funerals and figure out how to piece their lives back together, that should be our only concern: How do we support them?"...

The protesters were carrying a message about their families and the death of unarmed and innocent African American men. I realize the Mayor has his own son to consider and is sensitive to the tragic reality of the minority community, however, the danger still remains and there is dearly little being done to stop it.

Everyone would like a break from the violence, both, by police and the looting that takes place without permission from anyone. Our young African American men still aren't safe and people like Mr. Garner are still at risk. A break would be nice if it included the end of unjustified deaths of citizens.

Police across the USA have turned their backs on good and safe communities practice,

I didn't notice any media coverage of the funeral for Eric Garner. There were not people from across the USA at the funeral of Eric Garner, but, they had their own to attend. There is no police force that will simply demand their administrations to back them on every death they cause. This problem is not going away.

There was 116 Line of Duty deaths this year in the USA. (click here) Two were caused by a man on a shooting spree and the fact their police cruiser didn't have bullet proof glass. These were the causes of their deaths.
Assault: 2
Automobile accident: 26
Drowned: 1
Fire: 1
Gunfire: 47
Gunfire (Accidental): 2
Heart attack: 15
Motorcycle accident: 3
Struck by vehicle: 4
Vehicle pursuit: 5
Vehicular assault: 10

December 27, 2014
By Daniel Politi

Thousands of New York police officers (click here) attended the funeral Saturday for Rafael Ramos, one of the two police officers killed in Brooklyn last week, and they were joined by colleagues from across the country for what the New York Times says was “one of the largest send-offs in the history of the department.” At a time of increased tension between police and the communities they serve, many felt the need to express support for the cops. But it was clear that requests to leave politics out of Ramos’ funeral in Queens had fallen on deaf ears as soon as New York Mayor Bill de Blasio got up to speak....

Police have some enemies, including the NRA. They openly state "The only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is with a good guy with a gun." The NRA never says "The only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is to call the police." The NRA is about the worst enemy the police have ever had, they support gun anarchy. The greater the number of guns on the street the greater the chance a police officer will die. The police need to get their messaging right if they are now becoming a political force rather than one that accepts the reality of their own practice to turn it around.

If the NYPD is going to politicize this event they need to demand safer police cars, not turn the death of a black man into police martyrdom.

The two officers murdered in their police car was by a man with a gun from out of state. I don't know how many times I have heard New York complain about the migration of guns in to the state from other states with very liberal gun laws. This is one of those occasions. Are the police complaining about that? No, they are choosing to make this a statement about the Mayor and the police union. That is not a good idea. 

The problems are obvious, gun migration and improper exoneration of police that have caused the deaths of unarmed citizens. Police should not be paid to carry out arrests for minor offenses best handled by the issuance of a citation. The entire circumstance regarding this police demonstration is exaggerated as an incentive city administration. That is not the case. There needs to be better safety for police by the city, but, the demonstration is misplaced and doesn't honor the deaths of those men or their families.