Monthly Archives: November 2011

Conservative humorist Alfonzo Rachel talks about Race

As white people we’re told if you say anything about racism you’re a racist. If you don’t say anything about race, you’re a racist. In other words, we can’t win.

This past summer I spent an entire day with PJTV’s AlfonZo Rachel at his Macho Sauce Productions studios. AlfonZo has some amazing upcoming projects including an appearance in the new movie Runaway Slave which will be opening in January.

Since Barack Obama took office in 2008, his administration has seemingly been trying to create huge race/class divisions between Conservatives and liberals. Almost daily someone in the media comes out swinging their race card, trying to vilify Conservatives and/or the Tea Party.

For years, AlfonZo Rachel has been creating brilliant mini history lessons via his PJTV videos, telling the truth about the huge role Democrats have played in everything from perpetuating slavery, forming the KKK and fighting against the Civil Rights movement. Following is part 1 of 4 of the interview I conducted with AlfonZo about race relations in America 2011.

A-M: AlfonZo, as white people we’re told if you say anything about racism you’re a racist. If you don’t say anything about race, you’re a racist. In other words, we can’t win. The Black Caucus has said the Tea Party wants to lynch people; actor Morgan Freeman said people don’t want Obama to be reelected because he’s Black. What do we do?

AZ: As always, the Democrats try to control the narrative and in this case they want to make sure the accusations come out and they pretend that Republicans are the ones who started this whole thing. It’s all projection, all smoke and mirrors. All these things Black people are angry about, it wasn’t white people in general that did this to them, it was Democrats-white Democrats. Whether it was trying to keep slavery legal, white Democrats. Whether it was when Republicans got their way and abolished slavery, Democrats had a hissy fit and formed the Ku Klux Klan. That was Democrats. Jim Crowe laws, Dred Scott decisions, revocation of Civil Rights, this was all Democrats-Republicans didn’t have anything to do with that. But the Democrats know what gets them votes. At the times, if you were Democrat that was a way to get votes. The Southern region wanted to be able to force people into slavery. There was slavery in the North, too, but the difference between slavery in the North and the South was if Republicans freed slaves, what would happen is Democrats would force the freed slaves into slavery. At the time, the safest place for a Black person to be was in slavery with the Republicans. Republicans kept slaves in a lot of ways for their protection because if they let them go, they were going to get caught by Democrats who would enslave them brutally. So as it is right now, Democrats want to change and throw slavery back onto the Republicans and it’s just not us. We had nothing to do with it.


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“We Have Lost the City”: Lawlessness Permeates Islamic District in Oslo

The women are being raped at night in Oslo, and the men are robbed more than ever.

The article below concerns the apocalyptic level of culturally-enriched violence in Grønland, a district of the city of Oslo. Fjordman sends this background material about the area:

Grønland is only two subway stops from the Parliament, and one from the Central Station, fairly close to the government offices that were bombed by Breivik.

Bloodied in GrønlandIt looks like Karachi, Basra, and Mogadishu all rolled into one. People sell drugs openly just next to the Grønland subway station.

It’s not Norway or Europe anymore, except when there is welfare money to be collected. The police have largely given up. Early in 2010 Aftenposten stated that there are sharia patrols in this area, and gay couples are assaulted and chased away. “Immigrant Fatima Tetouani says that ‘Grønland is more Muslim than Morocco.’”

Readers should remember that Aftenposten, which is the largest newspaper in the Oslo region, is normally pro-Islamic and very Multicultural.


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Am I Safe in Palm Desert? Should I Fear Madrassa?

We ARE the ones; however, whose political correctness not only tolerates enemies of our own people within our society, but we give them special privileges.

I sat in my safe home in Palm Desert this Thanksgiving just a skip and a hop away from beautiful El Paseo where this transplanted California girl’s dream store, Juicy Couture is.

I used to favor high-fashion designers for business, but now – living a more casual life – I love the light and fun Juicy designs, not to mention the comfort. Showing a little skin in sexy ensembles in the desert heat suits me just fine. I gave thanks to living in a country where – among many other meaningful rights I am afforded – I can freely choose to wear what I want.

The next day, relaxing at my Starbucks hang-out across the street from the stylish store, I was drawn into a discussion with a good intentioned, but sorely out of touch fellow caffeine addict about “American aggression”…

Lost in his pollyannaish; politically correct, and naive Kumbaya mentality, he felt compelled to blame America for the ills of the world. As an immigrant who has nothing but thanks for the land that gave me an opportunity to build a wonderful life, I usually take offense to such. Unfortunately I come across with this type of attitude often…

My recent post on a blog about the same subject expresses my sentiments the best:

Unfortunately it is “us or them”… Not our choice, not our preference, but reality. 

We are not the ones threatening to kill every woman man and child who does not share our beliefs. We are not the ones who teach our kids in Madrassa schools to hate and murder the innocent.


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Busted: Ayers Admits To Obama Fundraiser That Obama Campaign Called "Myth" (Video)

In 2008 the Barack Obama for President campaign went into full denial mode accusing the McCain/Palin campaign of lying about a fundraiser held in domestic terrorist Bill Ayers’s home for Barack Obama’s Illinois State Senate campaign. Watch this clip from October 15, 2008 where spokesman Robert Gibbs flat-out denies the fundraiser story to an inquiring Chris Matthews. Then watch Bill Ayers, in his own words, admit to the event himself.

Bill Ayers

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Vatican Cardinal Burke: ‘We’re well on the way’ to Christian persecution in the U.S.

In the interview published today, Cardinal Burke declared that “it is a war” and “critical at this time that Christians stand up for the natural moral law.” Should they not, he warned, “secularization will in fact predominate and it will destroy us.”

Cardinal Raymond Burke

One of the highest ranking cardinals in the Vatican has said that the United States is “well on the way” to the persecution of Christians.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, former Archbishop of St. Louis and now the head of the Vatican’s highest court, told Catholic News Agency that he could envision a time when the Catholic Church in the U.S., “even by announcing her own teaching,” is accused of “engaging in illegal activity, for instance, in its teaching on human sexuality.”

Asked if the cardinal could even see American Catholics being arrested for their faith he replied, “I can see it happening, yes.”

In his remarks to several U.S. Bishops meeting with him Saturday, Pope Benedict XVI made similarly emphatic warnings about the U.S. The pope told the bishops that “the seriousness of the challenges which the Church in America, under your leadership, is called to confront in the near future cannot be underestimated.”


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Radical Chic Catastrophes: When Romanticism Trumps Reason

In recent years, the far left has prospered by pretending to be liberal. All of the dreams in the 1930s about infiltrating liberal organizations and taking over the Democratic Party have now come true.

Remember the war against Franco,

That’s the kind where each of us belongs

He may have won all the battles

But we had all the good songs!

– Tom Lehrer

The radical is always the more glamorous. People wear Che Guevara T-shirts. They don’t wear Samuel Gompers, A. Philip Randolph, Eduard Bernstein, Karl Kautsky, or Jean Jaures T-shirts, yet those largely forgotten social democratic and labor heroes achieved far more benefit for reform and workers without murdering a lot of people.

Rosa Luxemburg, the nastiest rich spoiled brat in Zamosc, is fondly remembered though her career was a disaster and her career helped create the conditions that eventually brought about Nazism. Who knows about Frances Perkins, who did far more to help workers and was the first woman ever to be in the cabinet of an American president?

Thus, two things are certain. The extremist has better public relations and the extremist fails. Either he’s defeated, perhaps killed (dying the secular equivalent of the martyr’s death), or gains power, becomes horribly repressive, and messes up society big-time. In modern times, Yasir Arafat has been the king (perhaps I should say sultan) of lost causes, a fact which made him lionized in Europe.

Ah, the romance of the lost cause. Once the province of Irish Republicans, Polish nationalists, and sons or daughters of the Confederacy, the lost cause has an intense emotional appeal. There’s something stirring about defeat. And if you lose, you can’t be one of those evil rulers who actually have to show what his policies can do. At Civil War reenactments there are always more people wanting to be Confederates than Union soldiers. But if the Confederacy had won the Civil War, the ensuing additional decades of slavery would have put a damper on contemporary enthusiasm.


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Movie of the Week: Terror By Night

The penultimate entry in Universal’s Sherlock Holmes series, Terror by Night takes place almost exclusively on a speeding train, en route from London to Edinburgh. Holmes (Basil Rathbone) is on board to protect a valuable diamond from the clutches of master criminal Colonel Sebastian Moran.

Video: Occupy Wall Street & Capitalism – A Professor's Response

The Occupy Wall Street movement expresses valid frustrations, but do the protesters aim their accusations in the wrong direction?

Economics Professor Chris Coyne

The Occupy Wall Street movement expresses valid frustrations, but do the protesters aim their accusations in the wrong direction?

Economics Professor Chris Coyne draws the distinction between crony capitalism and legitimate capitalism. Crony capitalism is government favoritism fueled by handouts and is responsible for the plight of the 99%. Legitimate capitalism, on the other hand, uses competition to align consumer and producer interests and serves to improve everyone’s standard of living.