Dietrich and Mishko, 9/11/2009

September 12, 2009

This Week in Disorganized America:


23 Responses to “Dietrich and Mishko, 9/11/2009”

  1. wth on September 12th, 2009 7:56 am

    Hey guys I cant download yerpodcast at all anymore. All I get is html file. Itunes doesnt show it, and rt click etc dont work

  2. wth on September 12th, 2009 8:01 am

    Sorry, didnt mean to panic on ya. I found it.

  3. SpeedRacer on September 12th, 2009 3:34 pm

    Thanks for another Great and Powerful Show! You guys are really telling it like it is!

    Keep fighting!

  4. PJ on September 12th, 2009 6:56 pm

    Dietrich and Mishko, I love your show. Could you guys show me the evidence that the GoP gives money to La Raza (spell?)


  5. Bill on September 12th, 2009 8:58 pm

    Did you guys heard Jim Trafficant’s interview on Fox? WOW…all I can say it wow…

  6. Mishko Novosel on September 12th, 2009 9:54 pm


    By not enforcing the laws against illegal immigration you are in fact donating to La Raza. BTW – They use to list the companies that donate to La Raza, and they’ve been removed off their website.

    But if you go here you can see some traitors.

    All the best,


  7. Brutus Maximus on September 13th, 2009 9:20 am

    It should be Sweden and not Switzerland!

    Sweden is Abba, Volvo, Saab, blond chicks, very leftist country in the north of Europe. Highest taxes in the world. Language is Swedish.

    Switzerland is watches, cows, chalets, banks, St Bernard dogs, very capitalist country in central Europe. Nice and calm place in the Alps. Four official languages. The name Chevrolet comes from a Swiss immigrant.

  8. SpeedRacer on September 13th, 2009 4:15 pm

    Serena has a Chimpout

    The initial foot fault that began the fireworks was a terrible call. It was unconscionable. It cannot be made at the end of any match, let alone in the semifinals of the U.S. Open. This isn’t because a foot fault is a ridiculous call at that juncture (even though it is). It’s because it wasn’t a foot fault. The replays show that Serena’s foot was behind the line when she served. You could make the argument that it was close but not close enough to make the call.

    That being said, it’s no excuse for Serena to berate an official. Wrong as the official may have been, there’s a line that to be crossed and Serena did it pretty early on in her diatribe by saying, “I’m going to shove this ball down your f—— throat”.

    It got worse from there. There were multiple profanities, more threats and a lot of pointing. Serena was soon defending herself against accusations that she had threatened to kill the lines judge. Even John McEnroe said it was a bit much.

    The explosive end is sure to obscure the fact that Serena probably would have lost the match without the foot fault. Clijsters was playing great and Serena couldn’t win a point on her second serve. The end was coming, Serena’s outburst merely hastened its arrival. Maybe that was the point.,189028

  9. Dietrich on September 13th, 2009 10:41 pm

    Republican Congress votes $4mil. for La Raza:

    Karl Rove speaks at La Raza panderpalooza:

    I do recall RNC money specifically in addition to the above example of them voting to give *our* money, but that’s all I can dig up at the moment. I blogged about it at the time, getting tons of Sotomayor junk at the moment tho . . .


  10. Ian on September 14th, 2009 9:06 pm

    Here you go PJ… “GOP Congress Earmarks $4 Million for Leftist Pro-Illegal Alien Group”.

    If You’d like to go a bit deeper down the rabbit hole here is a rather long list of additional contributors to La Raza.

    Id say this illustrates the “long walk through the institutions” Dietrich and Mishko often refer to.



  11. JOHN DICARLO on September 15th, 2009 10:51 am

    Hey guys, good show! I really got a laugh at the “new” opening theme, using Obongo’s flubs with “Whatever”. It was great!

    I agree wholeheartedly with your take on the Congressman. He apologized, I have no clue why, but the DIMwits and the media are still taking him to task. This is what’s wrong with these cowards. Why would you back up after you said the correct thing? This is not leadership. The guy showed himself to be a punk. When you’re right, you’re right, just as you said.

    Keep up the good work.

  12. PJ on September 15th, 2009 9:26 pm

    Ian, Dietrich and Mishko:

    Thanks for the info.

  13. Bill on September 16th, 2009 11:23 pm
  14. Steve on September 17th, 2009 2:55 am

    Hey Mishko, hey Dietrich…great show my brothers. Some hard hitting stuff here this week. Traficant tidbits were great, although he back peddled a bit, still good stuff.

    Check out my podcast section…it’s getting there.

  15. JamesBrown on September 18th, 2009 6:22 pm

    I’ve thought a lot about how you guys had an envelope ripped open / off. Funding is a problem for everyone, particularly when it could show up on a credit card statement and your lib tarded wife or family begin all the madness of …. anyway… Here’s how and when I donate moneys. I use gift cards at Christmas time and run it across the wire that way. People like to donate privately, even at church, and don’t want anyone laughing about the amount they may or may not have to contribute. Privacy, above all things, is something you must insure when fund raising. I donated last Christmas to David Duke. This Christmas I will certainly put something in your stocking. Duke doesn’t use paypal at all. You may benefit from studying his system over there? Just a thought and definitely not trying to advertise for anyone, but I’m convinced that he makes his living as a podcaster. Moreover, I feel confident when I make transactions with his program. I don’t rightly know how to make a donation here.

    Good Show

  16. JamesBrown on September 18th, 2009 6:32 pm

    P.S. We have heard of Paypal freezing accounts for ridiculous reasons. When we sent moneys to Duke, we had an office pool of left over gift cards. Some had a few dollars on them, some had upwards of twenty dollars etc. When anyone asked us what we wanted for Christmas, we always said “gift card”. We then used those gift cards to buy presents and with the money left on them made contributions to various podcasts. We started with a gift card that had about $1.50 on it. We used this one first because we wanted to make sure that they actually received our money and the account wasn’t “frozen”. They replied with an automated “thank you” note to an email account. Once we realized the moneys were indeed being transferred to the rightful persons… we poured it on. With some podcasts though, we didn’t receive confirmation and therefore were reluctant to send larger funds. Sadly, one of those accounts was indeed frozen by Paypal. We found out when the funds bounced back to the gift card. Beware of this type of thing. Paypal is known for freezing an account, charging a “terms of service” fee, and just keeping the money. That’s why Duke won’t use them… oh, that and I think that it might be owned by ruthless thieving Madoffs. I could be wrong.

  17. Ian on September 18th, 2009 8:35 pm

    If I may be so bold. If you send cash via the US postal service wrap the bill(s) in aluminum foil. Even if you have a ten thousand watt spot light you cannot discern the cash in the envelope.

    In other words… If they cant see it they cant steal it.


    PS. If you try you’ll notice, when held up to the light, you can see through an ordinary card.

  18. JamesBrown on September 18th, 2009 11:24 pm

    I appreciate your contribution. However, we are interested in moving more money than you can wrap in tin foil. Logistically, this is not prudent. We have conducted an experiment, with pennies and Christmas gift cards. We propose a method of funding during Christmas that involves anonymous wire transactions by multiple parties. These parties will move funds in smaller denominations such that they are not readily traceable to a single individual. Moreover, we propose that everyone donate remaining funds from gift cards to podcasters. There is the problem of international currencies, persons ill informed on the value of currencies, and more hurdles to jump. There are plenty of funds to be raised, the problem is the transfer of funds, and the ongoing observation by the government of these transfers. If someone is opening your mail, they are committing a crime. Too, you must establish yourself as a not for profit organization to be exempt from owing taxes on said donations. The small voice on the internet is heard around the world. There is a desire by many peoples from many different countries to contribute to persons with shared beliefs in America. Especially America… here is the place they desire to donate to causes that they feel are of a common interest to the world. Regretfully, I am not intelligent enough to solve this problem alone. Though, I want to raise this question.

    1. Why are people afraid to donate?
    2. How to legally donate?
    3. How to harvest international donations legally?

    It is my analysis that Dr. David Duke was arrested in the Czech Republic for trying to solve this problem. They didn’t fear the speech, the rallies, the publicity. They feared his being funded by an international community. He was there not only to deliver the message, but also to collect donations from others with a common interest. Remember, he has a PHD from Russia. Everyone meets up in the Czech Republic. He is the trailblazer of this idea. The European community has funds that they desire to donate, especially to those who represent their ideas in America. Notice that political action committees fund campaigns here in America. These moneys come from international peoples who seek to buy influence within our government. They will, at every opportunity, subvert the European community from arranging similar political and social ventures. The moneys are there… the problem is moving them. I wish I was smart enough to solve this problem. Consider the British National Party who have 2 seats in the European Union parliament. How do they handle donations? Clearly, they have streamlined this process such that they are NOT in violation of international law. Moreover, they have reaped definite results and have managed funds wisely.

    If you build it, they will come.

  19. Schlomo Bagelbaum on September 19th, 2009 2:14 am

    You’re all a bunch of anti-Semite bastards! I’d like to spread my feces all over your faces.

  20. Steve on September 19th, 2009 2:45 am

    Schlomo, talking about feces like that is anti-semitic.

  21. Skeeter on September 20th, 2009 8:30 am


    Would you bang Howard Stern?

  22. Steve on September 20th, 2009 12:04 pm

    Lipshitz, I’d certainly make an example of him and the terrible poison he consistently spews into the collective morality of our people.

    I’d even invite some buddies and degrade the piece of garbage just as he does women.

    Stern is a parasite among parasites. You must truly admire him.

  23. Schlomo Bagelbaum on September 21st, 2009 2:08 am

    Oy! The hate!