Thursday, November 22, 2012

F.O.R. Food Bank Turkey Distribution, a Near "Chimp Out", Rense Radio Broadcasts, Along With a Border Recon


Although I wasn't supposed to have much in the name of activities on my plate, this week, I ended up being a lot busier that I expected. To start, I got an unexpected (actually not all that unexpected) preview of what "Black Friday" might look like at the local food bank early Tuesday afternoon. Once again, I observed the "entitlement mentality" (oppressed and delusional minorities) play out when an offensive usurper tried to interlope her way ahead of her rightful place in line.

Bright and early, we arrived at the annual F.O.R. food bank Thanksgiving turkey distribution in downtown Maricopa, AZ. I got to say hello to my “buddy” with the Maricopa Police Department that was working the event. There were hundreds of people in attendance. The parking area was full and police volunteers were generous enough to help out with the crowd.


As has become an annual tradition, I set up our tailgate party shortly before sunrise. I brewed up several pots of piping hot coffee and cooked up Polish sausages. Since we have an informal "pot luck" thing going, others brought potato salad, chips and a meat & cheese platter.

Everyone was having a good time and there were no negative incidents until it was almost time to hand out the turkeys. It came as no surprise that some people (one in particular) didn't want to wait their turn in line and began complaining in a loud and offensive manner.

A heavy set negroid she boon with expensive looking copper colored hair and a blue tooth device sticking out of her ear (see photo below, left of my boot) nearly “chimped out” because she was #80 something and wanted to go to the front of the line, ahead of those that arrived much earlier than her.

She was screaming at the volunteers. She thought getting in line and receiving turkeys in the order people signed up was totally unfair and unjust. I thought she was insane! She probably thought waiting in line was racist, too. It certainly wouldn't surprise me at all.


Needless to say, she didn't get her way. She was squawking some ridiculous nonsense about "equality". Ultimately, she returned to her place in line according to the number she was issued when she signed up. I (exercising considerable restraint) said nothing and left with my turkey.

As is the customary procedure, people sign up in the order they arrive and receive a card bearing a number. Those numbers are presented to the volunteer staff and a turkey is handed out. Those numbers are in numerical order and that is how people are supposed to be lined up. Unlike a Somali food riot, this is supposed to be organized and civilized.

Year after year, some ridiculous and negative person or persons, usually Negroes, want to change the procedure. They always become rude and belligerent when they don't get their way. I was certainly glad to get home after witnessing what has become all too common. Again, this is one of the many joys of diversity. Remember folks, integration was forced upon White America at the point of a bayonet.

Mike Harris, along with his teenaged son, stopped by for a visit and did his radio show, "Short End of the Stick" on the Rense Radio Network (2:00 - 4:00PM MST) from my front yard. His guest was Jim Fetzer, a regular contributor to Veterans Today.
 

Jim Fetzer has published widely on the theoretical foundations of scientific knowledge, computer science, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and evolution and mentality. McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth, he has also conducted extensive research into the assassination of JFK, the events of 9/11, and the plane crash that killed Sen. Paul Wellstone. More

The primary focus of Tuesday's show was on the John F. Kennedy assassination and how the "official government story" fails to hold water. The Kennedy assassination took place 49 years ago, today. Video

JFK: 49 Years in the Offing — The Altgens Reenactment

The Oswald Innocence Campaign has accomplished the first-ever professional reenactment of the Altgens photo, using posers for the figures in the doorway. I say “professional” because two professional photographers were involved. This should have been done 49 years ago, immediately after the assassination, and had there been an honest investigation and a real search for the truth, it would have been done. Full Article


At around 4:30PM, one of our out of state "border operators"and I decided to go do a patrol in the desert. Along the way, we found a wrecked SUV a few miles south of the F.O.B. on Amarillo Valley Road. We stopped to investigate and found no occupants. Personal items inside the vehicle indicated Mexicans. We returned home shortly before 10:00PM, after trekking to Stanfield and Hidden Valley.

After getting some much needed sleep. we went back out into the field and conducted extensive investigations of known and suspected smuggling routes in the Vekol Valley and along Interstate 8. We shot some video that may be useful for training purposes and have posted some of it on YouTube. More will follow in the coming days. Video #1 Video #2

“I'm a 9th generation American and patriot (1737). My forefathers served in the Pennsylvania Militia. On June 27, 1781, they were called upon to perform a tour of duty. I'm still protecting freedon and securing the border, 275 years later.” --Harry L Hughes III

Happy Thanksgiving to all you Bruders aun Schwesters. Gut Nacht.