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This Week in Disorganized America, Jul. 30, 2010

July 30, 2010

Dietrich is still on the mend; Mishko & Mike Conner discuss:

  • Republicans in the US Congress agitating Israel to attack Iran with implied US support
  • Britain’s military-industrial complex — alive and kicking
  • Guest calls in the second half

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Jamie Kelso, Jul. 30, 2010

July 30, 2010

The Ethnostate, a book by Wilmot Robertson published in 1992, is the theme for the July 30, 2010 Jamie Kelso Show. From the foreword, Kelso reads: “What is called for is a new form of government that would transform socially destructive into socially constructive forces. Race, now actively tearing countries apart, might be helpful in putting them back together, but this time in the form of autonomous, relatively self-sufficient collectivities that the author has chosen to designate as ethnostates.” Follow the discussion at http://www.whitenewsnow.com and read Robertson’s magazine Instauration at http://www.instaurationonline.com.

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Contact Jamie:
24.7keyboard gmail.com

Jamie Kelso, Jul. 29, 2010

July 29, 2010

Fred Barnes earns the dishonor of being named “Majority Renegade of the Year” in the January 1993 issue of Instauration magazine, which show host Jamie Kelso put online for the first time today, July 29, 2010. Reason Radio Network dot com listeners were the first to share this online exact facsimile at http://www.instaurationonline.com. Wilmot Robertson’s condemnation of Majority white elitist Fred Barnes proved to be prophetic. On the staff of Martin Peretz’s New Republic then, Barnes is now the Executive Editor of the house organ of neoconservatism, The Weekly Standard. Perhaps Robertson, were he still with us, would have demoted Barnes from Majority Renegade to the lowest form of all: Proditor. The neologism, meaning “a particularly nasty form of traitor” is not Robertson’s but that of the greatest neologist of all time, William Shakespeare. Shakespeare in I Henry VI, act 1, scene 3 wrote: “thou most usurping proditor, and not protector, of the king or realm.” All of these Instauraton issues will be discussed in the coming months and years on Kelso’s website http://www.whitenewsnow.com in their own sub-forum devoted to the premier magazine of the White cause in the last quarter of the twentieth century.

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Contact Jamie:
24.7keyboard gmail.com

The Stark Truth: Oliver Stone put “in context”

July 28, 2010

Oliver Stone

As Oliver Stone says that his new docudrama puts Hitler “in context”, VoR puts Oliver Stone in context! Robert Stark & guest co-host Mike Conner discuss:

  • Oliver Stone apologizes twice to the ADL for speaking the truth about Jewish influence & power
  • The hubbub surrounding Stone’s upcoming docudrama, “The Secret History of America” — a tempest in a Jewish teapot
  • Obama Netanyahu promises to build a fence to defend America Israel against illegal immigration
  • Jews flee Muslim immigrants’ violence in Malmo, Sweden
  • Geert Wilders’s fight against Islam on behalf of feminism, homosexuality, and Jews — who will fight for Europeans?

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Contact Robert:
robert_stark_la hotmail.com

Federal judge blocks key portions of Arizona illegal immigration law

July 28, 2010

A federal judge on Wednesday blocked some of the toughest provisions in the Arizona illegal immigration law, putting on hold the state’s attempt to have local police enforce federal immigration policy.

A federal judge on Wednesday blocked the most controversial parts of Arizona’s immigration law from taking effect, delivering a last-minute victory to President Obama and other opponents of the crackdown and a setback for Gov. Jan Brewer other supporters. (AP)

A federal judge on Wednesday blocked some of the toughest provisions in the Arizona illegal immigration law, putting on hold the state’s attempt to have local police enforce federal immigration policy.

Though the rest of the law is still set to go into effect Thursday, the partial injunction on SB 1070 means Arizona, for the time being, will not be able to require police officers to determine the immigration status of anyone they stop or arrest.

U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton also struck down the section of law that makes it a crime not to carry immigration registration papers and the provision that makes it a crime for an illegal immigrant to seek or perform work.

Click here to read the ruling.

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, reacting to the ruling, said the “fight is far from over” and vowed to take the case “all the way to the Supreme Court if necessary.”

“The bottom line is we’ve known all along that it is the responsibility of the feds,” Brewer told The Associated Press. “They haven’t done their job so we were going to help them do that.”

The Mexican government praised the judge’s decision. Foreign Minister Patricia Espinosa told reporters that the injunction was a “first step in the right direction.”

In all, Bolton struck down four sections of the law, the ones that opponents called the most controversial. Bolton said she was putting those sections on hold until the courts resolve the issues.

The ruling said the Obama administration, which sought the injunction, is likely to “succeed on the merits” in showing the above provisions are preempted by federal law.

“The court by no means disregards Arizona’s interests in controlling illegal immigration and addressing the concurrent problems with crime including the trafficking of humans, drugs, guns, and money,” the ruling said. “Even though Arizona’s interests may be consistent with those of the federal government, it is not in the public interest for Arizona to enforce preempted laws.”

A number of provisions will still go into effect as the case is litigated. Arizona will be able to block state officials from so-called “sanctuary city” policies limiting enforcement of federal law; require that state officials work with federal officials on illegal immigration; allow civil suits over sanctuary cities; and make it a crime to pick up day laborers.

The ruling came just as police were making last-minute preparations to begin enforcement of the law and protesters were planning large demonstrations to speak out against the measure. At least one group planned to block access to federal offices, daring officers to ask them about their immigration status.

Justice Department spokeswoman Hannah August said the court “ruled correctly” with its decision Wednesday.

“While we understand the frustration of Arizonans with the broken immigration system, a patchwork of state and local policies would seriously disrupt federal immigration enforcement and would ultimately be counterproductive,” August said.

The Department of Homeland Security released a statement saying the decision “affirms the federal government’s responsibilities” to enforce immigration law. The department claimed “unprecedented resources” have been devoted to that effort.

Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., one of the most vocal advocates on immigration issues on Capitol Hill, applauded the decision.

“Arresting people based on their appearance and holding them until you can investigate their immigration status is patently un-American and unconstitutional,” he said.

But supporters of the policy slammed the court’s decision.

“This fight is far from over. In fact, it is just the beginning, and at the end of what is certain to be a long legal struggle, Arizona will prevail in its right to protect our citizens,” Brewer said.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., called the ruling “misguided.”

“The federal government has a right and a responsibility to enforce existing laws, but when they fail to meet that responsibility, we should not stand in the way of the states that take action to respond to the very real threat of border violence, drug cartels and human smuggling,” he said in a written statement. “There’s nowhere in the Constitution that says a state is limited to what it absolutely won’t do and can be stopped for what it might do and to exercise a judgment against a state that has passed a law that is consistent with existing federal law is beyond absurd.”

The volume of the protests will likely be turned down a few notches because of the ruling by Bolton, a Clinton appointee who suddenly became a crucial figure in the immigration debate when she was assigned the seven lawsuits filed against the Arizona law.

Lawyers for the state contend the law was a constitutionally sound attempt by Arizona — the busiest illegal gateway into the country — to assist federal immigration agents and lessen border woes such as the heavy costs for educating, jailing and providing health care for illegal immigrants.

Opponents argued the law will lead to racial profiling, conflict with federal immigration law and distract local police from fighting more serious crimes. The U.S. Justice Department, civil rights groups and a Phoenix police officer had asked the judge for an injunction to prevent the law from being enforced.

Localities inside Arizona were already preparing to interpret the law in different ways. The Tucson Unified School District’s Governing Board approved by a 5-0 vote a policy Tuesday that maintains the district’s stance of not enforcing immigration laws in the district’s schools.

The hardest-line approach was expected in the Phoenix area, where Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio plans his 17th crime and immigration sweep. He planned to hold the sweep regardless of the ruling.

Arpaio, known for his tough stance against illegal immigration, plans to send out about 200 deputies and volunteers who will be looking for traffic violators, people wanted on criminal warrants and others. He has used that tactic before to arrest dozens of people, many of them illegal immigrants.

“We don’t wait. We just do it,” he said. “If there’s a new law out, we’re going to enforce it.”

Elsewhere in the state, police officials were busy wrapping up training sessions this week. Many of the state’s 15,000 police officers have been watching a DVD released this month that signs that might indicate a person is an illegal immigrant are speaking poor English, looking nervous or traveling in an overcrowded vehicle. It warned that race and ethnicity do not.

Some agencies added extra materials, including a test, a role-playing exercise or a question-and-answer session with prosecutors.

Click here to read the Arizona immigration law.

Source: Fox News.

Who Voted for War With Iran, Mr. Obama? -Philip Giraldi

July 28, 2010

House of Representatives resolution 1553, introduced by Congressional Republicans, and currently working its way through the system will endorse an Israeli attack on Iran, which would be going to war by proxy as the US would almost immediately be drawn into the conflict when Tehran retaliates. The resolution provides explicit US backing for Israel to bomb Iran, stating that Congress supports Israel’s use of “all means necessary…including the use of military force”.

The resolution is non-binding, but it is dazzling in its disregard for the possible negative consequences that would ensue for the hundreds of thousands of US military and diplomatic personnel currently serving in the Near East region. Even the Pentagon opposes any Israeli action against Iran, knowing that it would mean instant retaliation against US forces in Iraq and also in Afghanistan. The resolution has appeared, not coincidentally, at the same time as major articles by leading neoconservatives Reuel Marc Gerecht and Bill Kristol calling for military action. AIPAC thinks it is wonderful.

Ironically, the push against Iran comes at a time when the National Intelligence Estimate on the country is being finished. It might come out as soon as August, but it will be secret and its conclusions will either be leaked or released in summary. My sources inside the intelligence community insist that it will support the 2007 NIE that concluded that Iran no longer has a weapons program. The White House has delayed the process seeking harder language to justify a range of options against Iran, including a military strike, but the analysts are reported to be resisting. So we spend $100 billion on intelligence annually and then ignore the best judgments on what is taking place. Might as well use a Ouija board.

Source: The American Conservative.

Jamie Kelso, Jul. 28, 2010

July 28, 2010

Did you know that the great, great White man Alexander Graham Bell was completely dedicated to the genetic preservation and improvement of our White race? You certainly would never get ANY inkling of this from the disinformational false history coming out of an academia and media that acts exactly like the Ministry of Truth portrayed by George Orwell in 1984. Today, July 28, 2010, Jamie Kelso reads a 1912 letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Charles Davenport, director of the Eugenics Record Office. Yes, Bell was a Director. Kelso is reading this letter from the November 1985 issue of Wilmot Robertson’s Instauration magazine. Kelso put this issue online today at the website devoted to getting all of Instauration’s 291 issues online at http://www.instaurationonline.com. A remarkable milestone was passed today as http://www.reasonradionetwork.com and http://www.whitenewsnow.com (Kelso’s website) can take credit for lifting the InstaurationOnline website to the astonishing traffic rank of #49,795 in the U.S. according to Alexa.com, the premier website ranking service.

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Contact Jamie:
24.7keyboard gmail.com

The Sunic Journal: Interview with Norman Lowell, Part 1 of 2

July 27, 2010

Norman Lowell

Norman Lowell is a former banker, an artist, and the founder and leader of Imperium Europa, a New Right Maltese political party. Topics include:

  • The immigration crisis in Malta and in Europe
  • The “hate speech” laws in Malta directed at Lowell
  • The Alliance of European National Movements
  • The concept & vision of Imperium Europa

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Contact Tom:
tom.sunic hotmail.com

Jamie Kelso, Jul. 27, 2010

July 27, 2010

Jamie Kelso’s wife just bought him a hardback copy of the Third Revised Edition (1982) of Wilmot Robertson’s “The Dispossessed Majority”, and this classic first published in 1972 is the basis of the July 27, 2010 program.

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Contact Jamie:
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The Heretics’ Hour: Interview with Lady Michèle Renouf, Part 2 of 2

July 26, 2010

Lady Michèle Renouf

Topics include:

  • Why Israel has no “right to exist”
  • Attendance and talk before Pres. Ahmadinajad at Iran Conference in June
  • The Jewish Republic of Birobidjan and the UN
  • And more

About Lady Michèle Renouf

Lady Michèle Renouf is an international advertising actress who became a human rights campaigner and filmmaker under her Telling Films label. She has become a controversial, internationally noted personality since 2000 due to her support of Holocaust revisionists such as David Irving and Fredrick Töben during their legal defenses. Her main Web site is jewishrepublic.com.

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Contact Carolyn:
carolyn carolynyeager.com

Jamie Kelso, Jul. 26, 2010: Ryan J. Murdough

July 26, 2010

Jamie Kelso’s guest on July 26, 2010 is Ryan J. Murdough, Republican candidate for the New Hampshire House of Representatives in an upcoming September 14 primary election. Kelso thinks that grassroots local patriots like Ryan Murdough are the wave of the future in retaking our country. Patriots in any State can support Mr. Murdough at his Web site. Three of the five Republicans running with Murdough will make it past the Sept. 14 primary to the November general election, where they will face three Democratic challengers for three House of Representatives positions from Ryan’s district. There are 400 Representatives in New Hampshire’s House, in a State of only 1.3 million citizens, whose powerful patriot motto is “Live Free or Die”. That motto is on every New Hampshirite’s license plate. In Ryan J. Murdough they have a citizen candidate of the people who actually believes in his State’s motto.

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Contact Jamie:
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This Week in Disorganized America, Jul. 23, 2010

July 23, 2010

Prior to Mishko interviewing Randy Gray, it was the best episode of This Week in Disorganized VoR in a long time. Thank goodness we don’t have a problem with being disorganized.

Mishko & Randy Gray discuss:

  • Everything under the sun

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Jamie Kelso, Jul. 23, 2010

July 23, 2010

Some say that it was Sam Francis who wrote the excellent article “The Shortest Way Home: Toward A Political Strategy for the Majority” in the May 1985 Instauration magazine, which show host Jamie Kelso just put online today, July 23, 2010. The http://www.instaurationonline.com work of getting all of Wilmot Robertson’s classic magazine online has gotten a big boost from the Voice of Reason Broadcast Network, which you can support at http://www.reasonradionetwork.com.

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Contact Jamie:
24.7keyboard gmail.com

Jamie Kelso, Jul. 22, 2010

July 22, 2010

Bob Richards, the only two-time gold medalist in the pole vault is part of our discussion today, July 22, 2010 on the Jamie Kelso show. Kelso is the Exec. Assistant to American Third Position chairman Bill Johnson. Mr. Johnson recently received a personal endorsement of the A3P mission from the “Vaulting Vicar” Bob Richards, whose third-party politics spans from his enthusiasm today for http://www.american3p.org back to his 1984 presidential run as the Populist Party candidate. Richards received 66,168 votes in that election won by Reagan with 54.5 million votes over Mondale with 37.5 million votes. By 1988 Don Wassall (now a Director of the A3P) had become Chairman of the Populist Party. David Duke was the Populist candidate that year, winning 47,000 votes.

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Contact Jamie:
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The Stark Truth: The Tea Party movement

July 21, 2010

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Robert Stark & guest co-host Mike Conner discuss:

  • Michele Bachmann’s newly formed Congressional Tea Party Caucus
  • A movement without coherency: The Tea Party’s muddled positions on foreign policy and immigration
  • A movement without a backbone: The Tea Party celebrates its (rather modest) racial diversity
  • The NAACP vs. the Tea Party and the Mark Williams flap
  • USDA state director Shirley Sherrod’s anti-White speech in front of the NAACP and subsequent firing
  • The “civil rights” disguise of ethnic lobbies and the futility of multiculturalism
  • Possible solutions, and more

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Contact Robert:
robert_stark_la hotmail.com

The Sunic Journal: Speech in Victoria, British Columbia

July 20, 2010

Tom Sunic

Tom gave a speech entitled “Shifting Semantics, Coming Repression; The Origin of ‘Hate Speech’” in Victoria, British Columbia, on Sun., Jun. 7., 2010.

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Contact Tom:
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Jamie Kelso, Jul. 20, 2010

July 20, 2010

Candidate for the New Hampshire legislature’s 8th District, Ryan J. Murdough, is the main subject of the July 20, 2010 Jamie Kelso show.

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Contact Jamie:
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The Heretics’ Hour: Interview with Lady Michèle Renouf, Part 1 of 2

July 19, 2010

Lady Michèle Renouf

Topics include:

  • The trial of David Irving, and some lessons learned
  • The psychology of religion: Judaism vs. Christianity & Islam
  • The importance of Fredrick Töben’s court victory for the case of Bishop Richard Williamson
  • And more

About Lady Michèle Renouf

Lady Michèle Renouf is an international advertising actress who became a human rights campaigner and filmmaker under her Telling Films label. She has become a controversial, internationally noted personality since 2000 due to her support of Holocaust revisionists such as David Irving and Fredrick Töben during their legal defenses. Her main Web site is jewishrepublic.com.

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Contact Carolyn:
carolyn carolynyeager.com

Jamie Kelso, Jul. 19, 2010

July 19, 2010

The October 1996 and November 1996 issues of Wilmot Robertson’s Instauration magazine, put online by Jamie Kelso today at Instauration Online, are the subject of today’s program.

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This Week in Disorganized America, Jul. 16, 2010

July 16, 2010

Mishko's dog, JinxMishko’s dog, Jinx, R.I.P.
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Mishko discusses:

  • Europe’s “war” on the Jews, as written by a Jew (Oy, vey!)
  • The Florida College that’s offering a Holocaust™ “Literature” class beginning in Fall 2010
  • Obama, not the “post-racial”, but the most racial, president
  • The U.S. “conservatives” forming a new pro-Israel lobby group, as if AIPAC wasn’t enough

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