Mishko and Dietrich, 11/06/2009

November 7, 2009

This Week in Disorganized America:


10 Responses to “Mishko and Dietrich, 11/06/2009”

  1. S. Mordechai Bagelbaum on November 7th, 2009 2:55 am

    Well, well, well, look which group of filthy goyim cattle got their Facebook group shut down. I wonder who reported them…

  2. tunnel rat on November 7th, 2009 11:25 am

    Stop the violence! Ban guns in the military.

  3. Mishko Novosel on November 7th, 2009 2:48 pm

    Bagelbaum – Is this Masher or Faust? BTW – Facebook is still running.

  4. SpeedRacer on November 7th, 2009 9:14 pm

    Another Great Show!

    Some news that may be of interest:
    Galleon Insider Trading Net Expands

    An arrest implicating billionaire Steve Cohen would likely make (or destroy) the political career of whoever the attorney prosecuting him.

    A pic of Multi-Cult Jewish Financial Scams:

  5. SpeedRacer on November 7th, 2009 9:21 pm

    Dudes… Hammer the economic angle hard and harder… the MSM is trying to cover up with back page coverage of the Jew angle in these Massive Scams. Is it another “Freemarket” day on Wallstreet? Or is it just another day in “Jew Ripoff -ville”? Just Nail’em. The German-Irish born Tavakoli (married Iranian) certainly hints at the Kosher angle in the Economic Crisis.

  6. SpeedRacer on November 7th, 2009 9:25 pm

    Maybe create a 10-15 minute “In-Depth Jewish Financial Crimes Coverage” section in the show? I think from here on until the Final Revolt, you should have plenty of weekly material to cover it. Just a thought. Might be good for VOR press as well.

  7. Mishko Novosel on November 8th, 2009 2:06 pm

    SpeedRacer, that’s a great Idea, I’m going to talk to Dietrich about that. Thanks for the input.

  8. SpeedRacer on November 10th, 2009 10:54 pm

    A J-tard Schmooly gets busted…

    Federal agents search lawyer Rothstein’s estate, seize Ferrari

    FBI agents watch over a 2006 Ferrari Spider convertible, owned by Scott Rothstein, with tan interior worth approximately $150,000 as it is being readied for towing Monday morning in Fort Lauderdale.

    FORT LAUDERDALE — Federal agents this morning are searching the home of Fort Lauderdale lawyer Scott Rothstein, who returned from a trip to Morocco last week to face a federal fraud investigation.

    FBI and IRS agents are at the $6.45 million estate located inside an exclusive gated community. FBI agents walked out with what appeared to be two large firearms, one that was under a suit jacket and the other in a white, plastic garbage bag.

    Shortly before 10 a.m., two FBI agents and two truck drivers were spotted in downtown Fort Lauderdale seizing Rothstein’s fire engine red 2006 Ferrari Spider convertible, The Miami Herald reports.

    In a brief interview with the Herald, Rothstein said Sunday he was in good spirits.

    “I am sitting here smoking cigars with Marc,’ Rothstein said, referring to his attorney Marc Nurik. “Rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated. I’m doing pretty good.’

    Rothstein, 47, has been accused by investors in an alleged Ponzi scheme of stealing hundreds of millions of dollars and by his law partners of crippling their firm, Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler.

  9. Steve on November 11th, 2009 4:07 am

    ^ Of course he’s in good spirits. It’s the gentiles fault.

    Also, I’m wondering how “diverse” that gated community is.

  10. SpeedRacer on November 11th, 2009 11:46 pm

    Looks like Dobbs got Jew’d out of his job. It seems people either quite in disgust or get pushed out by the J-Tribe when they start speaking their honest convictions. Dobbs like Pat Buchanan have watched their “America” disappear right before their honest reporting eyes thanks to the Criminal J-Tribe.

    Lou Dobbs, praised and criticized, to leave CNN

    NEW YORK – CNN’s Lou Dobbs, a lightning rod for criticism following his transition from a business journalist to an opinionated anchor on such issues as illegal immigration, told viewers on Wednesday that he was quitting his nightly show to pursue new opportunities.

    His presence became awkward for CNN, particularly as it began emphasizing reporting and non-opinion shows. He angered management this summer by pressing questions about President Barack Obama’s birth site after CNN reporters determined there was no issue.

    Dobbs said the decision came after months of discussion with CNN U.S. President Jon Klein. Dobbs said he wanted to concentrate on his role as a commentator and on advocacy journalism.