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Schaenk: War of Perception, Fri. 10/31

October 31, 2008

VoR radio host Peter Schaenk returns with a special show on this Halloween. In this show, find out about the Kabbala, Jewish ritual murder, Jack the Ripper, Jewish circumcision customs, and more.

1 hour 46 min.

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25 Responses to “Schaenk: War of Perception, Fri. 10/31”

  1. roscoe on November 1st, 2008 3:59 am

    DBS has on some arab who is claiming that St Ignatius is a Judaic. There would be nothing wrong with this if he was a true Converso but St Loyola was not a racial judaic much less a Marrano. DBS is agreeing that he was and DBS claims to be Jesuit( v2 jesuit) educated.

  2. roscoe on November 1st, 2008 4:01 am

    Hitler was a Judaic.!

  3. K-Sensor on November 1st, 2008 8:45 am

    Peter that music you play reminds me of Benny Hill shows. A british Comedian.

  4. Wyatt Maan on November 1st, 2008 10:15 am

    I like the music Peter plays.

  5. Z.O.G. on November 1st, 2008 6:50 pm

    roscoe,

    Are you trying to say that Hitler and the entire Nazi party leadership were Jews?

    LOL :-D

  6. Howdy Doody on November 2nd, 2008 4:07 pm

    Pat Buchanan At 70: “He Told You So, You F****ing Fools!”
    By Tom Piatak

    Kingsley Amis famously suggested that Robert Conquest should call a revised edition of his pathbreaking account of Stalin’s purges, The Great Terror, issued after material from Soviet archives had substantiated all Conquest’s arguments, “I Told You So, You F***ing Fools.”

    A similar sentiment is appropriate to any consideration of Pat Buchanan’s career on this November 2, his seventieth birthday.

    Buchanan has been right on all the major issues facing America since the end of the Cold War. As the Bush era comes to an end and the Obama era seems about to begin, it can now be seen that the Conservative Establishment’s failure to heed Buchanan has brought us to disaster.

    I was lucky enough to get to know Buchanan by becoming involved in his political campaigns. I was privileged to head his campaigns in Ohio in 1996 and 2000. The highlight of any day spent on the campaign trail with Pat was the dinner at the end. Laughter, quips, and anecdotes drawn from Buchanan’s encyclopedic personal knowledge of American politics would flow freely.

    The most memorable of these was probably the dinner a dozen of us attended in Manchester on the Saturday before Buchanan’s victory in the 1996 New Hampshire primary—the day before he gave his great “Peasants with Pitchforks” speech. Buchanan could sense he was going to win. His joie de vivre filled the room.

    With Buchanan, though, there was no guarantee of haute cuisine. On one campaign swing through Ohio, we offered to take him to a number of fine local restaurants, but he opted for a Whopper at Burger King. For an hour or two, my friend and I sat with an immaculately dressed Pat and Shelley Buchanan as the standard crowd for a Saturday night in small town Ohio came and went, wondering how someone they knew from TV ended up in a booth at Burger King. But Pat Buchanan loves hamburgers, and he is no snob.

    Indeed, I was always struck by the way he listened attentively to whoever he was talking to at any campaign event. He took a clear interest in touring factories and learning firsthand from those who worked there about how they did their jobs. Of course, humor was sometimes needed to deal with some of the eccentrics drawn to any insurgent campaign. Once, Pat promised a questioner concerned about “black helicopters” that he would shoot them down.

    Whenever anything called to mind the memories of his youth, Buchanan’s joy was obvious. The Sunday before the 1996 Iowa caucuses, Buchanan sat in the front pew at a big Catholic church in Des Moines, silent through the modern hymns but showing surprised delight when the final hymn was announced, and then singing “Holy God, We Praise Thy Name” with gusto. As the congregation joined Pat in belting out that great Catholic hymn, I knew that Buchanan was going to do well in Iowa—as indeed he did.

    It is a profound tragedy for America that Buchanan’s many enemies succeeded in preventing him from winning the nomination that year. Now, recognizing the impending disaster, many of those neoconservative enemies have been predictably distancing themselves from Bush and McCain, even though Bush governed as the neoconservative president par excellence and McCain has long been a neocon favorite .. But not so long ago, leading neocons were penning books lauding Bush as “The Right Man” and proclaiming the United States “Bush Country” And The Weekly Standard has seen John McCain as the second coming of Theodore Roosevelt since the 2000 campaign.

    Both Bush and McCain swallowed the neoconservative line whole. Both see the mission of the United States as using its blood and treasure to spread “”global democratic capitalism.” Both welcome the mass immigration that is radically transforming the United States. Both advocate subordinating American economic interests to those of the “global economy.” In short, neither views America as a real country at all, but as the embodiment of an abstract political creed—the “first universal nation.”

    Buchanan long ago warned that allowing neoconservatives to set the agenda would be calamitous for conservatives. His warning was unmistakably vindicated when the Republicans lost Congress in 2006. And if the American electorate rejects Bush and McCain next Tuesday, it will be rejecting neoconservatism, pure and simple.

    Of course, Buchanan opposed the Iraq War that has cast its shadow over Bush’s presidency. He foresaw that removing Saddam Hussein would greatly strengthen Tehran and that an occupation of Iraq would be both costly and deadly.

    More generally, Buchanan recognized that the end of the Cold War meant that America must begin reexamining its global commitments and pursuing a foreign policy in line with the one recommended by the Founders—and that failure to do so would be costly. He even predicted that a terrorist strike on American soil was the likely result of our trying to dominate the Middle East, well before the horrific attacks on America on September 11, 2001. [Is Cataclysmic Terrorism Ahead, January 12, 1999]

    Buchanan anticipated another reason Bush is so unpopular, and McCain’s campaign is foundering: the perception that the GOP is far more interested in the welfare of Wall Street than in the fate of the American middle class—a perception that grew only more acute as McCain flew back to Washington to support the massive bailout package engineered by Goldman Sachs alumnus Henry Paulson.

    Even such a vehement Buchanan-hater as David Frum now largely agrees with Buchanan about the economic problems facing the American middle class, He noted in an article earlier this year that “Conservatives need to stop denying reality. The stagnation of the incomes of middle class Americans is a fact.” [The Vanishing Republican Voter, New York Times, September 5, 2008]

    Frum wrote that among the reasons for this, and the concomitant growth of economic inequality in America, are “a great shift from a national to a planetary division of labor,” under which “Less-skilled Americans now face hundreds of millions of wage competitors,” and the “abundant low-skilled immigration [that] hurts lower America by reducing wages.”

    But Buchanan recognized stagnant incomes and growing inequality as a problem beginning with his 1992 campaign for president. He described for the Republican delegates in Houston the people he had met campaigning who were hurt by that recession: “They are our people. And we need to reconnect with them. We need to let them know we know they’re hurting. They don’t expect miracles, but they need to know we care.”

    Opening his 1996 campaign, Buchanan stated:

    “Our American workers are the most productive in the world; our technology is the finest. Yet, the real incomes of American workers have fallen 20 percent in 20 years. Why are our people not realizing the fruits of their labor? I will tell you. Because we have a government that is frozen in the ice of its own indifference, a government that does not listen anymore to the forgotten men and women who work in the forges and factories and plants and businesses of this country.”

    And again and again in his campaigns, Buchanan pointed to the same factors keeping incomes stagnant that Frum recognized in 2008—mass immigration and global free trade.

    The sooner the rest of the GOP catches up to Buchanan, the better off it will be. As Paul Craig Roberts has shown, the only job growth occurring in America is in areas of the economy not subject to foreign competition, and what is justified today as “free trade” is really a form of labor arbitrage involving the replacement of Americans by foreigners whose only advantage is their willingness to work cheap.

    Buchanan’s protectionism was widely denounced by “mainstream” conservatives during his runs for the presidency. But we can now see that these critics—almost all of whom lined up behind the trillion dollar Bush-Paulson Wall Street bailout, with NR editor Rich Lowry even chiding House Republicans who voted against it for being “irresponsible”—are the type who strain at gnats and swallow camels.

    Rather than propose a panoply of new government programs to ameliorate economic inequality and income stagnation, Buchanan sought to go to the heart of the problem by removing two of its major causes: the cheap immigrant labor pouring into the country and the cheap foreign labor doing abroad the jobs Americans used to do here.

    Buchanan’s protectionism was grounded in patriotism and the economic philosophy of Washington, Hamilton, Lincoln, and Coolidge, not in the crony capitalism that has come to characterize the GOP of George W. Bush—much less the corruption that sees so many former politicians and bureaucrats retire to lucrative work for foreign interests.

    Buchanan also argued for a fence along the US-Mexican border to stop the ongoing invasion of America by illegal immigrants, as well as a moratorium on legal immigration to allow the millions who have come here since the Immigration Act of 1965 to assimilate. Buchanan’s support for the border fence was widely denounced. But it is now part of the Republican platform. Even John McCain said”“By the way, I think the fence is least effective. But I’ll build the goddamned fence if they want it.”

    And for the survival of the American nation, let alone conservative politics in America, the fence cannot be built soon enough. On October 23, 2008, Larry Rohter reported in the New York Times that John McCain was being supported by an anemic 26% of Hispanic voters, despite McCain’s long history of pandering to Hispanics on immigration. Rohter also reported that Hispanics were flocking to Obama primarily because of his stance on economic issues, which is unsurprising, since lower income Americans of all races have long sided with the Democrats on economic issues. [ McCain is faltering among Hispanic voters] And since many GOP voters actually care about limited government, the GOP simply cannot outbid the Democrats in any battle for the affection of Hispanic voters. McCain is about to learn that his reward for years of warbling about the glories of diversity and multiculturalism is massive political rejection by the diverse themselves.

    Of course, Buchanan’s contributions to American political thought are not limited to his political campaigns. He remains one of the most astute of columnists and commentators. The books he has authored, including The Great Betrayal, A Republic, Not an Empire, Death of the West, and State of Emergency, set forth the ideas that will help animate any revival of genuine conservatism after the debacle of the Bush years.

    But Buchanan’s greatest strength is his loyalty to the beliefs that formed him, and his courage in defending them. What Buchanan did in his campaigns, by defending traditional morality and beliefs and arguing against mass immigration and globalism, was to take on both wings of America’s elite at the same time—the left-wing elite that gives lip service to displaced manufacturing workers but is really animated by its hatred for traditional morality and its desire to advance social radicalism; the right-wing elite that gives lip service to defending traditional morality but is really animated by its desire to advance the interests of transnational corporations and enrich its members.

    Unlike Buchanan, both wings of our elite do not care about the ordinary Americans, much less about the traditional morality that they either openly or covertly despise.

    Given the forces arrayed against him, it is not surprising that Buchanan failed to win the White House. But I am proud that I voted for Buchanan each time he ran.

    In the words of the old Southern song: “I’d climb my horse and follow Marse to hell come any day.”

    Tom Piatak (email him) writes from Cleveland, Ohio.

    If you want to email or print out, format by clicking on this permanent URL:
    http://www.vdare.com/piatak/081101_buchanan.htm

  7. Z.O.G. on November 2nd, 2008 4:36 pm

    Pat Buchanan is a faileo-conservative. He said he was GLAD that he knocked David Duke out of the 1996 primaries for the Republican presidential nomination.

    Screw Pat Buchanan.

  8. Z.O.G. on November 2nd, 2008 4:37 pm

    left-wing elite = Marxist Jews
    right-wing elite = Zionist Jews

    It’s all Jews, all the time.

    :-(

  9. roscoe on November 2nd, 2008 6:54 pm

    I heard Buchanon squirm like a shape shifter a few years ago on Mookie’s show when he was asked if he had been to Bohemian Grove. I still have the exchange in my archives.

  10. roscoe on November 2nd, 2008 7:05 pm

    Does anyone know wherer to get info on abortion in America and Europe? Specifically I am concerned with the racial breakdown of who is getting abortions.

  11. Howdy Doody on November 3rd, 2008 12:16 am

    Patty Cakes IMO never really meant to actually get into office just shake up the pot is all, because IMO any onewho is not on the puppet strings will be attacked non stop by the regime media, and if any one from our side won they would put a hit out on him ASAP.

  12. ckingmissile on November 3rd, 2008 1:37 pm

    i like this show but… it’s not all jews and just jews. you have DUMB bases out there, masons above 33rd degree running around with lizards and bio-engineered programmable life forms, all kinds advanced tech A-Z, you think the jews control them? i beg to differ. i’m just looking for truth too. sure there’s lots of Zionists in high places, but not really high places, or really low. if it sounds kooky so be it, but do a bit of research before name calling.

  13. roscoe on November 3rd, 2008 3:21 pm

    Acc to KFWB-LA there is a man with a gun and an American flag perched on an overpass of Hwy 101 in Santa Barbara conuty at this time.

  14. Z.O.G. on November 3rd, 2008 5:11 pm

    “Lizards and bio-engineered programmable life forms”

    LOL :-D

  15. Z.O.G. on November 3rd, 2008 5:15 pm

    roscoe, I also have been trying to obtain racial/demographic abortion statistics for the United States since its legalization in 1973. But so far, I haven’t been able to find anything substantive.

  16. roscoe on November 3rd, 2008 5:32 pm

    I think this is from 1995 although I can’t personally testify to the accuracy of the data. A poster on cathinfo left this

    http://www.abortionfacts.com/statistics/race.asp

  17. roscoe on November 4th, 2008 5:49 pm

    11/4/08 This Is It–Lee H Ozwald

  18. Jew-Dar on November 4th, 2008 6:36 pm

    Well Peter as far as the dirty white trash, disease spreading, 3rd world spreading cunts that have had sex with niggers, I disagree. mecegination with shit beasts. This is not just a petty mistake. These trash whores carry the mark of the beast eternally and have bad karma. Nothing will change for the better until our nation is clean of them.

    Society is like a swimming pool. Everything done in it affects whoever is in it. If someone poops or pisses in it if affects those in it. Mudsharks (white trash females that fuck blacks) are the same as somebody shitting in the swimming pool. Freedom of choice? Not to fuck up society.

    They spread diseases, spread the third world physically & spiritually, culturally, etc. Most of the time are drug abuser losers. They create a dumbed down population, which is why the Jews promote this coupling. They help the Jews spread their jewish police state. By being dumbed down, the jews can control, enslave and genocide the non-jew of the world easier. Look at them in the same context as, E. Michael Jones book Libido Dominondi.

    They spread diseases as much as faggots. We all know blacks have the highest amounts of STDs and diseases of any other racial group. Where are all the diseases of the youth coming from? There is your answer; fags and mudsharks, and those too stupid enough to not have nothing to do with them.

    Mecegenators turn 1st world civilizations to 3rd world.

    Think diseases and 3rd world trash/slums/disease/sewage whenever you see one of these couples. They dont’ deserve to live in our nation.

  19. Z.O.G. on November 4th, 2008 8:31 pm

    McLame will win the election in a landslide. You heard it here first!

    LOL :-)

  20. K-Sensor on November 5th, 2008 3:03 am

    Tower of Babel 2 is being rebuilt.

  21. roscoe on November 5th, 2008 3:24 am

    Fructidor??

  22. Genital Mutilation Nation on November 5th, 2008 12:25 pm

    As for St. Ignatius, I only recently came across references claiming that he was a Judaic. Then I found this quote among a whole pile of steaming filth from Benjamin Disraeli:

    “You never observe a great intellectual movement in Europe
    in which the Jews do not greatly participate. The first Jesuits
    were Jews; that mysterious Russian Diplomacy which so
    alarms Western Europe is organised and principally carried
    on by Jews; that mighty revolution which is at this moment
    preparing in Germany, and which will be, in fact, a second
    and greater Reformation, and of which so little is as yet
    known in England, is entirely developing under the auspices
    of Jews…”

    So he said the first Jesuits were Jews. I’d assume that would include Ignatius.

  23. roscoe on November 5th, 2008 1:34 pm

    D’Israeli is a liar when it comes to the quote about the ‘first Jesuits” The only one of the original 7 that was a judaic convert was Fr Laynez–Fr Polanco comes along later. There has never been any evidence whatsoever alleging that either one of them was a Marrano. St Ignatius was a Spaniard.

    The Jesuit Order as it existed until sometime between 1914 and 1940( it is hard to pinpoint exactly where the rot set in) was( next to the original Apostles and Deciples) the most illustrious of all the monkish orders.

    There was recently an allegation by another judaic writer claiming that Columbus was a Judaic and that is also incorrect.

  24. K-Sensor on November 6th, 2008 1:57 pm

    such great episode. I listened second time!

  25. Z.O.G. on November 6th, 2008 10:53 pm

    Wow, this place is totally dead.

    :-(

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