(((Critics))) Rave Over New Negro-Worshiping Documentary “I am not your Negro.” (Video)

The deceased gay Negro James Baldwin’s unpublished work has served as the inspiration for a new documentary that has critics raving. The trailer is embedded above.

In this documentary history of the Negro in America, old black and white footage shows a white person holding a hand lettered sign that says:


Who indeed, other than the left who needs the Negro in order to beat the white population into submission, via accusations of white oppression leading to white guilt.

As his Wikipedia page reveals, James Baldwin was a huge influence on liberals desiring to push the “civil rights” and homosexual agendas on America.

This is one movie I won’t be seeing.


Victory! Confederate Flag Raised Again in South Carolina Town

The Confederate battle flag is a beautiful work of art. It’s going to add a lot of emotion to the experience of visiting the monument where it will now fly again.

South Carolina’s un-American dothead governor, Nikki Haley, took it down. She’s not a southerner and will never understand the white southerner. It’s great she’s in New York City now, in the United Nations, which is totally irrelevant to our national purpose in America.

Independent Mail

The Confederate battle flag will return to state property in Walhalla on Saturday, taking the place of a state flag that has flown there since 2015.

James Bessenger, chairman of the South Carolina Secessionist Party, wrote letters to Walhalla city leaders this week urging them to put the battle flag back up and citing the state’s Heritage Act.

The memorial is next to S.C. 28 in the city limits.

Bessenger said Friday the flag’s return will show respect for fallen Confederate soldiers as well as for the state law, which requires legislative approval for changes to historical monuments.

Luther Lyle, who swapped the Confederate battle flag for a state flag in summer 2015, said going back to the Confederate flag had nothing to do with Bessenger’s push.

He said a deal had been reached last weekend at a conference of state Sons of Confederate Veteran leaders, who agreed to take responsibility for the monument from him. Lyle said he was not made aware of the offer until after Bessenger sent letters objecting to the state flag this week.

Lyle has maintained the site since 2000 and previously said he wouldn’t be able to cover the cost of cleaning up potential graffiti at the memorial. and the decision to change the flag was partly due to worries of vandalism.

The state flag is also just as meaningful as the Confederate battle flag, he said. More people in the Upstate during the Civil War fought under the state flag than the Confederate battle flag, said Lyle, who is the descendant of Confederate officers and soldiers.

Lyle and Bessenger have clashed over who is responsible for the Confederate flag going up, but they agreed it was a good move.

Lyle said a large organization like the Sons of Confederate Veterans is better equipped to repair any vandalism and he has no objection to the Confederate flag flying.

Bessenger said it shows that people voicing support of Confederate causes and the state’s Heritage Act can be heard.

“We’re ecstatic it’s going up,” he said. “The flag was down, we made calls and sent letters and now it’s going up.”

Today is the First Day of Black History Month: How are YOU Going to Celebrate?

I guess there’ll be a black Google doodle every day in February. The one above for February 1, 2017 shows Edmonia Lewis, a black sculptress. Wikipedia has this black Wonder Woman covered.

To be honest, she did a lot of good sculptures, including the one below called The Death of Cleopatra.

So, how are YOU going to celebrate Black History Month?

Me? I’m going to make more mean, racist GIFs like this one.

got him gif bayonet soldier

Just kidding.

Life comes at you fast. Next month is Women’s History Month.

I nominate the Aryan woman as Google’s doodle next month:

All of these “history months” are just an effort to put lipstick on a pig.


Trump Hangs Portrait of Andrew Jackson in Oval Office

I agree with the infographic above. President Trump is signaling. I’m not sure that the signal isn’t just that Harriet Tubman will not replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. But we can be optimistic and hope that Trump’s actions signal a willingness to fight the power of the (((central bankers.)))

The Hill

President Trump hung a portrait of Andrew Jackson in the Oval Office on Tuesday, The New York Times reports, an apparent nod to the populist sentiments of the new administration.

Trump’s rise has often been compared to the populist election of Jackson, including by some of the new president’s own team.

Chief White House strategist Steve Bannon called Trump’s inauguration speech on Friday “Jacksonian,” saying it struck the populist and patriotic tones Jackson was known for.

Trump has also expressed admiration for the seventh president, as well, calling Jackson “an amazing figure in American history — very unique so many ways,” through a spokesperson last week.

Jackson, a former military officer and U.S. senator, was known for his fiery temper and bombastic rhetoric. After he lost his first presidential bid in 1824, for example, he claimed the system was “rigged.”

Jackson’s legacy is also rife with controversy. He signed the Indian Removal Act of 1930, paving the way for what is now known as the “Trail of Tears” shortly after his presidency ended, in which the Cherokee Nation was removed from its lands east of the Mississippi in the massive forced migration.

Last year, the Treasury Department announced plans for a new $20 bill that would bump Jackson’s portrait for that of Harriet Tubman.

Jackson removed the Indians. Trump is removing the Mexicans and Muslims.

Is history repeating itself? It looks like it.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by A Great-Grandfather of the Alt-Right About Hate

Righteous hate is a good thing. If Westbrook Pegler were around today, I think he would be alt-right.

Learn more about Westbrook Pegler at Wikipedia.

Francis James Westbrook Pegler (August 2, 1894 – June 24, 1969) was an American journalist and writer. He was a popular columnist in the 1930s and 1940s famed for his opposition to the New Deal and labor unions. Pegler criticized every president from Herbert Hoover to FDR (“moosejaw”) to Harry Truman (“a thin-lipped hater”) to John F. Kennedy. He also criticized the Supreme Court, the tax system, and labor unions. In 1962, he lost his contract with King Features Syndicate, owned by the Hearst Corporation, after he started criticizing Hearst executives. His late writing appeared sporadically in publications that included the John Birch Society’s American Opinion.

Boing Boing describes him as a facist. Somebody tell Andrew Anglin.

Jews, he said, could not be the victims of persecution because persecution “connotes injustice…They are, instead, enduring retaliation, or punishment.” (D. Levitas, The Terrorist Next Door: The Militia Movement and the Radical Right, Macmillan, 2002, p. 71.)
He advanced the theory that American Jews of Eastern European descent were “instinctively sympathetic to Communism, however outwardly respectable they appeared.” (The New York Times, Obituary: “Free-Swinging Critic,” June 25, 1969, p. 43).

He had a habit of calling Jews “geese” because they, in his words, hiss when they talk, gulp down everything before them, and foul everything in their wake. (Diane McWhorter, “Revisiting the controversial career of Westbrook Pegler,” Slate, March 4 2004).

(…)In 1963, less than 3 months after Martin Luther King Jr., delivered his famous “I Have a Dream Speech,” he wrote in a column, “[It is] clearly the bounden duty of all intelligent Americans to proclaim and practice bigotry.” (D. Levitas, The Terrorist Next Door: The Militia Movement and the Radical Right, Macmillan, 2002, p. 71)


Why Trump’s Inauguration Speech Made History in a Good Way

Christian economist and social critic Gary North praises Donald Trump’s speech in the following article. I would agrew with him that from the white male perspective the speech was damn good. However, there are millions of lesbians, fags, snowflakes, and nonwhites who would disagree. If they take control of history, Trump will be obliterated from the American collective memory.

If you would like to read the whole Trump speech, I’ve posted it on this site. Click here.

Lew Rockwell

Donald Trump’s inaugural address is going to go down in history as one of the great ones.

I say this as a man with 59 years of public speaking experience and a Ph.D. in American history.

There have only been three inaugural addresses that have come down through the ages. The first was Lincoln’s second inaugural, with the phrase: “. . . with malice towards none, with charity for all.” The second was Franklin Roosevelt’s first inaugural: “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.” The third was John Kennedy’s: “Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country.” These are legendary phrases.

But Trump’s speech was different from any previous inaugural address. He spoke directly to his political base. He did not try to pull the country together in some kind of vague, pie-in-the-sky, common-ground political rhetoric. He threw down the gauntlet from the very beginning. Standing in front of the Capitol building, surrounded by former Presidents and politicians, he said that everything they had done in the past has been a way to extract power from the American people and to feather their own nests. This, of course, is exactly what they have done. Nobody had ever said this before in an inaugural address.

He made it clear that this is a turning point. Again, always in the past inaugural addresses have called for unity. He did not call for unity in general. He called for unity on his terms, governed by his agenda. He called for the transfer of power from the halls of Washington back to the people. The rhetoric was confrontational to a degree that I would not have expected.

Today’s ceremony, however, has a very special meaning because today we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another or from one party to another, but we are transferring power from Washington, D.C., and giving it back to you, the people.For too long, a small group in our nation’s capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have bore the cost. Washington flourished, but the people did not share in its wealth. Politicians prospered but the jobs left and the factories closed.

The establishment protected itself, but not the citizens of our country. Their victories have not been your victories. Their triumphs have not been your triumphs. And while they celebrated in our nation’s capital, there was little to celebrate for struggling families all across our land.

That all changes starting right here and right now, because this moment is your moment.

It belongs to you.

He took no prisoners. He offered no olive branch. He used the media to go directly to his political base. This was basically an extension of what he does on Twitter every day.

The media and the establishment have never dealt with anything like this before. Technologically, it could not have been done before 2004. Ideologically, no one wanted to do it. But he just did it.

This is populism, pure and simple. No populist has ever had the opportunity to deliver a populist inaugural address.

I think the inaugural address is going to bite him. He made promises that he will not be able to keep. The Washington political structure, let alone the Washington bureaucracy, will not let his promises come true. But at least in full public view, he announced them. He made it clear what he expects to be able to accomplish as President, and he promised not to betray the people — his political base.

Trump walked into the lion’s den and stared down the lions. He did it once, he will do it again.

trump pepe frog

ABC News Reporter Says Trump’s “America First” Speech is Antisemitic

Hey, Trump! Ain’t you heard? Israel comes first.

Yep, if you put America first, you’re a NAZI.

What say you, Mr. Bill Kristol, Jewish “conservative?”

The Hill

ABC journalist Terry Moran on Friday said President Trump’s inaugural address used a ”loaded term” that carried “overtones from the 1930s, when an anti-Semitic movement” blamed Jews for global problems.

Moran, ABC’s chief foreign correspondent, said Trump’s America-first rhetoric carries “ugly echoes in our history.”

“It’s a loaded term in American history,” argued Moran. “Now, he defined it here as total allegiance to the United States of America, and it is something, as [anchor] Cecilia [Vega] said, this is why he was sent here by people who want to hear that message of America first.

“However, it carries with it overtones from the 1930s, when an anti-Semitic movement [said], ‘We don’t want to get involved in Europe’s war. It’s the Jews’ fault in Germany!’ Charles Lindbergh led them.”

The Anti-Defamation League has argued that Trump borrowed America-first language from Nazi-friendly Americans in the 1930s.

Trump said in a speech in June that his definition of the “America First” slogan applies to fighting “unfair foreign competition,” by utilizing America’s energy resources, creating and implementing protectionist tax and regulatory policies, reducing taxes for the middle class, loosening regulations, and protecting American workers from immigrant competition.

The press continues its subtle smear job on Donald Trump by bringing up something that is totally irrelevant to the moment at hand. This story just feeds into the low information voter’s mind the idea that Donald Trump is a secret Nazi who wants to lampshade six million Jews. In reality, if he did that, he be killing his daughter Ivanka and his son-in-law Jared Kushner.