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21 Responses to “Mishko and Dietrich, 6/5/2009”

  1. jimbo on June 6th, 2009 1:15 am

    was the assasination of that fckn baby-butcher discussed?

  2. Skirnir on June 6th, 2009 2:53 am

    Need to make a correction; the hyperinflation in China did not occur in the Ming, but in the Yuan dynasty.

  3. Serg on June 6th, 2009 12:20 pm

    I don’t agree with Mishko criticizing EPA. Those greedy corporations deserve the most harsh treatment possible. They are primarily responsible for what has happened to the white race in America and all over the World. Support should mainly be given to small businesses. To hell with those bastards. Tough anti-corporation laws ought to be in place.

    14/5

  4. George Orwell on June 6th, 2009 12:37 pm

    Serg, the EPA did more to destroy smaller companies than larger ones, because the larger ones just went to China.

  5. Serg on June 6th, 2009 12:50 pm

    Couldn’t the government step in and straighten things out. After all runaway corporate insanity has nothing to do with the concept of a free market economy. The government should have some mechanism to prevent corporate dictatorship and its destructive impact upon the well being of the society. The idea of corporate capitalism carried to its final logical conclusion is communism when there is one super monopoly which controls everything.

    Big business totally unchecked is a bad idea and it destroys true free market economy and leads to slavery and sweatshop.

    14/5

  6. George Orwell on June 6th, 2009 1:20 pm

    Serg, I both agree and disagree with your points. There should be some regulations, but there needs to be SANE regulations.

    Here’s the primary reason for all the melt downs, and an example of deregulations that allows businesses to run a muck…

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gramm-Leach-Bliley_Act

  7. Serg on June 6th, 2009 1:21 pm

    Thanx for the link.

  8. Justin L. on June 6th, 2009 5:34 pm

    lol! Dietrich you talk for as long as you want.

  9. Kyle Albrecht on June 6th, 2009 7:47 pm

    Mishko and Dietrich, that was an excellent discussion about the First Amendment and comparisons with other nations.

    In 60 years, I see the USA ending up like the Soviet Union. They are putting the mechanisms in place and there isn’t even a whimper. This hate speech bill that the ADL is pushing now will bring us just one more step closer.

    I have started to collect articles about the horrors of life under the Jew Soviet Union. My goal is to assemble a case file and compare it to where we are in the US and make a presentation to try and convince others.

    People can’t even see the forest for the trees. They can never be convinced of who their victim masters are when they don’t realize the link their masters have to the past, and what they plan to do to us in the future.

    I came across this, this afternoon:

    http://www.thefreemanonline.org/from-the-president/from-the-president-the-soviet-chamber-of-horrors-reminders-on-the-ninetieth-anniversary-of-the-bolshevik-revolution/

    It opens like this:

    In 1842 the German poet Heinrich Heine warned that “Communism, though little discussed now and loitering in the hidden garrets on miserable straw pallets, is the dark hero destined for a great, if temporary, role in the modern tragedy. . . . Wild, gloomy times are roaring toward us. . . . The future smells of Russian leather, blood, godlessness, and many whippings. I should advise our grandchildren to be born with very thick skins on their backs.”

    We are at a point in time similar to where they were then.

    They had a “revolution” of which I am sure we all know who financed it. We all tend to agree that there will be one here at some point, based on what we know. If there is, it will be a Jew instigated one and will lead to communism. But they won’t call it that. It will have a more contemporary euphemism. They love communism because it creates an environment that allows their criminal behavior to go on for generations.

    I am afraid a monetary crisis of epic proportions is likely possible, and if it happens, I think they might start their ‘revolution’.
    Dietrich is right. This has to be about race. Any revolution for the better will be based on race. If one starts and it is raced based, then we know it will be right.

    I feel sick sometimes when I read what these sociopaths have done and are doing now. I feel sick when I see some little kids on a playground and know what could happen to them. It already is happening to them.

    When you were a kid, did you walk to school? I did. A mile back and forth. My parents had no NEED to worry that I might get abducted. That is how much difference the Jew has already made here.

    Children must be removed from the public education system as soon as possible and home schooled. They won’t learn how to think for themselves if left there. They will be poisoned with the Jew culture, one of the most despicable forms known to man.

    http://www.revisionisthistory.org/communist.html

  10. Revanche on June 7th, 2009 11:48 pm

    Actually, China had its worst Hyperinflation in 1949. Only Hungary in 1946 was worst on the level of Zimbabwe today in terms of relatively 1st world economies.

    http://www.financialsense.com/fsu/editorials/dollardaze/2007/0306.html

  11. Anti on June 8th, 2009 1:59 am

    Geert Wilder’s party is not nationalist. It’s a single issue anti-Islam pro-Zionist party, led by a spineless opportunist.

  12. Anti on June 8th, 2009 2:00 am

    Not that some gains haven’t been made by nationalist parties. But I wouldn’t count Wilders’ outfit as one of those.

  13. Anti on June 8th, 2009 2:08 am

    Actually I find something positively detestible about that Wilders scumbag.

  14. whodareswings on June 8th, 2009 10:58 am

    “The Heretical Two” left the UK after their convictions and before
    their sentencing. Simon Sheppard was received more convictions for which he hasn’t yet been sentenced while incarcerated in the Santa Ana Jail. Up until the LA Times article there has been a near complete MSM blackout on their story. According to letters from them
    their case was bungled by Bruce Leichty, an lawyer recommended to them by Mark Weber had represented Ernst Zundel at his deportation hearings in Tennessee. Leitchty told the LA Times that Sheppard and Whittle should have not asked for asylum, just walked into the country here without giving themselves up: http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-brits-jailed3-2009jun03,0,2587039.story What he couldn’t be sure was if they were already on an Interpole list after their convictions in Leeds for “incitement to racial hatred” for, among other offenses, posting two cartoons by Robet Crumb.. Edgar J. Steele who certainly was aware of their plight never offered them any help at all. His just dissed Sheppard and Whittle to Mishko (like he dissed Mike Delany) who then parrots Steele’s negative unconstructive assessment of “The Heretical Two’s” unique freedom of speech case along with Steele’s retarded Alex Jones-esque prediction that civil war will break out in America by August. Come on…Some of us were born at night, but not last night!

  15. whodareswings on June 8th, 2009 11:13 am

    Send global freedom of speech and freedom of thought activists Steve Whittle and Simon Sheppard each a card of support here:

    Steven Whittle #0800006408
    Simon Sheppard #0800006404
    c/o The Santa Ana Jail
    P.O. Box 2203
    Santa Ana, CA 92701

  16. George Orwell on June 8th, 2009 9:13 pm

    whodareswings – From my understanding they should have NEVER had gone to trial and just left the country, but they didn’t and stood trial on something they KNEW was illegal in England and were CONVICTED. While I disagree with English law, it’s still THEIR law. It’s like someone getting convicted of crime in the U.S. and going to Canada and getting caught. Well as England, Canada has extradition treaties with the U.S., and the convict is to be returned to the country where the crime was committed. That’s the law, plain and simple, it sucks, but it is what it is….

  17. Allan Hampton on June 9th, 2009 7:10 am

    Excerpt from the book “Undermining the Constitution”:
    http://www.barefootsworld.net/nortonuc.html
    General Welfare brilliantly defined by Jefferson
    Although Jefferson was in Paris while the Constitutional Convention was sitting, he was in close communication with Madison and other delegates. He knew the Constitution. In a profoundly able letter to Albert Gallatin in 1817 he discussed the General Welfare Clause on which the Social Security Act was based (italics inserted):
    “You will have learned that an act for internal improvement, after passing both Houses, was negatived by the President. The act was founded, avowedly, on the principle that the phrase in the Constitution which authorizes Congress ‘to lay taxes, to pay the debts and provide for the general welfare,’ was an extension of the powers specifically enumerated to whatever would promote the general welfare; and this, you know, was the Federal doctrine. Whereas our tenet ever was, and, indeed, it is almost the only landmark which now divides the Federalists and the Republicans, that Congress had not unlimited powers to provide for the general welfare, but was restrained to those specifically enumerated; and that, as it was never meant that they should provide for that welfare but by the exercise of the enumerated powers, so it could not have meant that they should raise money for purposes which the enumeration did not place under their action; consequently, that the specification of powers is a limitation on the purposes for which they may raise money.
    “I think the passage and rejection of this bill a fortunate incident. Every State will certainly concede the power; and this will be a national confirmation of the grounds of appeal to them, and will settle forever the meaning of this phrase, which, by a mere grammatical quibble, has countenanced the General Government in a claim of universal power. For in the phrase ‘to lay taxes, to pay the debts and provide for the general welfare,’ it is a mere question of syntax, whether the two last infinitives are governed by the first, or are distinct and co-ordinate powers; a question unequivocally decided by the exact definition of powers immediately following.”

  18. Gibson on June 9th, 2009 11:55 am

    Obama’s use of Buchenwald to refute holocaust revisionists is a Straw Man attack. The holocaust is a story about gas chambers and 6,000,000 dead jews, but Buchenwald, even by the jews’ own account, had no gas chambers and at most 11,000 jews died of disease and starvation. If Obama wanted to talk about the holocaust, he should at least go to a camp where it is claimed that gas chambers existed. Or maybe he’d have found it embarrassing to be at an “extermination camp” where there is no evidence that a gas chamber, or any other means of extermination, ever existed.

  19. f on June 9th, 2009 5:46 pm

    The rants are becoming tiresome. Stop digressing, stay on a story, dig a little, make some calls, get some interviews.

  20. George Orwell on June 10th, 2009 12:14 am

    F – If you’d have listen to the entire show you would have known that, that is the direction. Personally I like the rants, but then again, it would be nice to cover more stories… I guess the second hour they’re going to open up the phone lines for callers…

  21. Bill on June 10th, 2009 1:51 pm

    I liked the comment ” Whites are the most diverse people on earth.”
    It’s so true , when you see how clone like africas and asians are. Their trees don’t appear to have too many branches on them. Sort of like a line of ants.

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