White supremacist who killed three tells jury he’s sorry he didn’t kill more Jews

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This is from Patriot UpDate.

This warped bastard needs to be put down asap.


Just unfathomably evil. Frazier Glenn Miller Jr., a white supremacist, gunned down three innocent people in Kansas last year because he thought they were Jewish. And he’s proud of it… his only regret is he didn’t kill more Jews. Regardless of the fact that none of the people he killed were Jewish, he justified the killings because they were obviously Jewish sympathizers. Racist and psychotic – it’s a twofer. While representing himself, Miller threatened both the judge and the prosecutor. He said they were sure to put him on death row and he got that right, I’m sure. He richly deserves it. Miller was a senior member of the Ku Klux Klan and founded a North Carolina hate group called the White Patriot Party. Miller is 74 and whether he is executed or dies in prison, it hardly matters. He has a very warm reception awaiting him on the other side.

From the Daily Mail:

A white supremacist charged with killing three at Jewish sites in Kansas City spent more than two hours Friday telling jurors how he planned the attacks and he was sorry he didn’t kill more people.

Frazier Glenn Miller Jr, who is acting as his own attorney, called himself as a witness and spoke of his military history and of how he started a North Carolina group in called the White Patriot Party.

Seventy-four-year-old Miller, who could be sentenced to death if he is convicted, also told jurors the prosecutor had a ‘slam dunk’ and he knew they would put him on death row.

Miller, a former senior member of the Ku Klux Klan, asked that he be found not guilty because he believed that Jews have too much power and must be stopped before resting his case on Friday.

He is charged with killing high school student Reat Underwood, 14, and Underwood’s grandfather, 69-year-old William Corporon, outside the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City.

The while supremacist is also charged with killing Terri LaManno, 53, outside a nearby Jewish retirement home during the April 2014 shootings in Overland Park, Kansas, outside of Kansas City.

None of the victims were Jewish.

He also is charged with the attempted murder of three others.

The jury will return on Monday for closing statements and to deliberate.

Miller said he did not learn that none of the victims were Jewish until six says later.

‘Of course, I was devastated,’ he testified.

He also told the court he believes Jews have committed genocide against white people, and control both the media and Wall Street.

He sais: ‘I had no criminal intent, I had a patriotic intent to stop genocide against my people.’

All three exhibits Miller tried introducing –  a video of him in military uniform leading the White Patriot Party and two news articles – were disallowed and he was told similar materials would be as well.

After a nearly three-hour lunch break, Miller returned to the stand and told jurors he wanted to tell them more about why he wanted to kill Jews, but the court wouldn’t let him.

Instead, he talked about an emphysema attack he had ten days before the killings and his desire to ‘take out’ Jewish people before he died.

He said he didn’t initially know if he would have the courage to carry out the attacks, but afterward felt an exhilaration that dwarfed the feeling of jumping out of airplanes when he was in the Army.

‘I’ve been proud of myself for 15 months,’ he said.

He said his only regret was that he killed the teenager, who he thought was older.

But under cross-examination, Miller admitted that he would have been fine with killing Reat if he had been Jewish.

He said he was justified killing the other two because they were Jewish sympathizers, adding that he thought the prosecutor and judge also associated with Jews.

‘If I had known you and you were there, I would have probably shot you, too,’ he told District Attorney Steve Howe moments before finishing his time on the witness stand.

During Miller’s testimony, Howe objected frequently and said Miller’s comments were not relevant to the capital murder trial.

As the judge sustained each objection, Miller appeared to grow more frustrated.

‘I promised this court that I would not lose my temper,’ he said. ‘I’m doing the best I can.’

Miller said that while he was carrying out the attacks he knew he might end up getting the death penalty.

‘You guys are going to put me on death row. We all know that,’ he told jurors.

Miller, who insisted on a swift trial even after his stand-by attorneys said that didn’t give them ample time to prepare a defense, seemed overwhelmed by legal proceedings he called ‘mumbo jumbo.’

Capital murder trials in Kansas have a guilt phase focusing on evidence about the crime and a sentencing phase when defendants are allowed to present mitigating evidence – including what was on their mind at the time – intended to spare them from a death sentence.

Miller believes that Jews have committed genocide against whites and control the banks and legal system. What an antisemitic demon. ‘I’ve been proud of myself for 15 months,’ he said. I’ll bet. He said he felt exhilarated after the murders. Evil fiends usually do. The moron called the legal proceeding mumbo jumbo. I really hope he gets that swift trial and sentence he’s demanding. There’s no remorse here at all. He’s not even worthy of a smidgen of pity. He should just be executed for his crimes. It’s hard to believe there are people out there this deluded and hateful – but there seem to be more every day. My sympathies lie with this man’s poor victims. They were killed for simply standing outside a Jewish center and a rest home. He also tried to kill three others. When he dies, Hell will welcome a kindred soul home.


In Three Minutes Mark Steyn Clears Up Any Questions About Which Party Owns the Confederate Flag

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This is from the Independent Journal Review.

The DemocRats are historically tied to slavery and racism.

Nathan Bedofrd Forrest a lifelong DemocRat was the founder and first Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.

Jim Crow Laws were written by DemocRats and enforced by lifelong DemocRat Theophilus Eugene “Bull” Connor.

Mark Steyn responded to Sean Hannity’s question about racism and slavery in world class form. Hannity asked how these issues became a Republican problem in the current debates over the Confederate flag, and Steyn exploded.

His strongly-worded response, in full:

“I know the GOP is called the stupid party, but the idea that Republicans can have the Confederate flag hung around their neck is ridiculous.

It’s a Democrat flag. The flags – the states that seceded during the Civil War were all Democrat states, that’s their flag. The slave states were Democrat states, the racist states until the 1960s were Democrat states.

The Democratic Party was the largest and most powerful institution supporting slavery in the English speaking world. And it’s the only one that has survived to the 21st century. Slavery is very unusual among the English speaking peoples. Canadians didn’t do it, Australians didn’t do it. The Democratic Party and the states they controlled did it.

It’s their flag, Hillary Clinton had it on campaign bumper stickers when she ran for president in 2008. You mentioned Robert C. Byrd, Sean. Bill Clinton was doing Ku Klux Klan grand kleagle jokes at Byrd’s funeral. Saying, Robert C. Byrd – he used to, he was the grand kleagle – he just did what he had to do, you know, I’m too sexy for my sheet. It’s their flag, It deserves to be hung around their neck. It has nothing to do with the Republican Party.”

After Hannity made a comment about Bill Clinton playing golf for years at a whites-only country club, Steyn continued:

“It’s a party with an incredible century-and-a-half history of institutional racism. There’s nothing like it anywhere on the planet.

You know, people go on about apartheid South Africa. The national party came to power in 1948 and they were gone 45 years later. That’s how long they lasted. They’re nothing now.

The Democratic Party has never come to terms with the evil of its past, the idea – it was a party committed to the proposition that one human being could own another human being. And they’ve never – they’ve never said a word about that. They’ve never apologized for it, they’ve never atoned for it in the way that they have the reconciliation commission in South Africa. Tony Blair a couple of years ago was going around apologizing for everything. He apologized for the Irish potato famine. The Canadian government apologized for how it treated Indian school children.

When is the Democratic party going to apologize for being the biggest slave-holding supporting institution on the planet and sticking with racism for the century after the abolition of slavery?”

That’s going to be difficult to explain. And some obscure reference about the Southern Strategy doesn’t seem like quite enough to transfer all the sins of the Democratic Party onto their rivals in the GOP. After all, if the Confederate Flag represents the sin of slavery in America’s history, it should be made quite clear to which party’s history that actually belongs.

Klansman, Racist, and Democrat Robert Byrd’s Name and Portrait Must be Removed

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This is from Godfather Politics.

I can add a few more names to this list John F. Kennedy for his opposition to President Dwight Eisenhower’s Civil Rights legislation.

Bobby Kennedy for wiretapping and trying to destroy Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.

J. Edgar Hoover for spying on Rev. King and keeping blacks out of the FBI.

Franklin D. Roosevelt for sending Japanese Americans to internment camps and denying Jews escaping the Holocaust entry to America.

Woodrow Wilson for his segregationist views.

I could go on but I think I have made my point.

In the early 1940s Robert Byrd recruited 150 of his friends and associates to create a new chapter of the Ku Klux Klan in Sophia, West Virginia…. In 1946 Byrd wrote the following to segregationist Mississippi Senator Theodore G. Bilbo:

“I shall never fight in the armed forces with a negro by my side… Rather I should die a thousand times and see Old Glory trampled in the dirt never to rise again than to see this beloved land of ours become degraded by race mongrels a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds.”

“In 1946 Byrd wrote a letter to a Grand Wizard stating ‘The Klan is needed today as never before and I am anxious to see its rebirth here in West Virginia and in every state in the nation.’”

His portrait needs to be removed from the lobby of the capitol.



Here’s a list of all the places named after former Klansman and racist Robert Byrd that need to be removed if Democrats are going to be consistent: 

  • Robert C. Byrd Academic and Technology Center Marshall University in Huntington.
  • Robert C. Byrd Academic and Technology Center Marshall University Graduate College in South Charleston.
  • Robert C. Byrd Auditorium National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown.
  • Robert C. Byrd Biotechnology Science Center Marshall University in Huntington.
  • Robert C. Byrd Cancer Research Laboratory University in Morgantown
  • Robert C. Byrd Center for Legislative Studies Shepherd University in Shepherdstown
  • Robert C. Byrd Center for Pharmacy Education University of Charleston in Charleston
  • Robert C. Byrd Center for Rural Health Marshall University in Huntington
  • Robert C. Byrd Clinical Teaching Center Charleston Area Medical Center Memorial Hospital in Charleston
  • Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope Green Bank
  • Robert C. Byrd Hardwood Technologies Center Princeton
  • Robert C. Byrd Health and Wellness Center Bethany College in Bethany
  • Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center University in Morgantown
  • Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center Charleston Division Charleston
  • Robert C. Byrd High School Clarksburg
  • Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing (RCBI) Bridgeport Manufacturing Technology Center Bridgeport
  • RCBI Charleston Manufacturing Technology Center South Charleston
  • RCBI Huntington Manufacturing Technology Center Huntington
  • RCBI Rocket Center Manufacturing Technology Center Rocket Center
  • Robert C. Byrd Institute for Composites Technology and Training Center Bridgeport
  • Robert C. Byrd Library Wheeling
  • Robert C. Byrd Library and Robert C. Byrd Learning Resource Center University of Charleston in Beckley
  • Robert C. Byrd Life Long Learning Center Eastern Community and Technical College in Moorefield
  • Robert C. Byrd Life Long Learning Center University in Morgantown
  • Robert C. Byrd Metals Fabrication Center Rocket Center
  • Robert C. Byrd National Aerospace Education Center Bridgeport (affiliated with Fairmont State University)
  • Robert C. Byrd National Technology Transfer Center Wheeling Jesuit University in Wheeling
  • Robert C. Byrd Regional Training Institute Camp Dawson near Kingwood
  • Robert C. Byrd Science and Technology Center Shepherd University in Shepherdstown
  • Robert C. Byrd Technology Center Alderson — Broaddus College in Philippi
  • Robert C. Byrd United Technical Center
  • Robert C. Byrd Hilltop Office Complex Rocket Center
  • Robert C. Byrd Industrial Park Moorefield
  • Robert C. Byrd Community Center Pine Grove
  • Robert C. Byrd Community Center Sugar Grove
  • Robert C. Byrd Rooms Office of the Senate Minority Leader State Capitol in Charleston
  • Robert C. Byrd United States Courthouse and Federal Building Beckley
  • Robert C. Byrd United States Courthouse and Federal Building Charleston
  • Robert C. Byrd Federal Correctional Institution Hazelton
  • Robert C. Byrd Clinic School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg
  • Robert C. Byrd Clinical Addition to Veteran’s Hospital Huntington
  • Robert C. Byrd Addition to the Lodge at Oglebay Park Wheeling
  • Robert C. Byrd Conference Center (also known as the Robert C. Byrd Center for Hospitality and Tourism) Davis & Elkins College in Elkins
  • Robert C. Byrd Visitor Center Harpers Ferry National Historical Park in Harpers Ferry
  • The Robert C. Byrd Bridge crossing the Ohio River between Huntington and Chesapeake, Ohio.
  • Robert C. Byrd Appalachian Highway System Appalachian Development Highway System
  • Robert C. Byrd Bridge crosses the Ohio River between Huntington and Chesapeake Ohio
  • Robert C. Byrd Bridge Ohio County
  • Robert C. Byrd Drive Routes 16 and 97 between Beckley and Sophia
  • Robert C. Byrd Expressway United States Route 22 near Weirton
  • Robert C. Byrd Freeway United States Route 119 between Williamson and Charleston (also known as Corridor G)
  • Robert C. Byrd Highway United States Route 48 between Weston and the Virginia state line near Wardensville (also known as Corridor H)
  • Robert C. Byrd Interchange on Interstate 77
  • Robert C. Byrd Interchange on United States Route 19 Birch River
  • Robert C. Byrd Intermodal Transportation Center Wheeling
  • Robert C. Byrd Locks and Dam Ohio River in Gallipo



Obama Tries To Focus Public On Racist Cops

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This is from The Daily Caller.

Obama is great at setting up straw men to deflect from his failures as president.

Obama and Holder are setting race relations back to the days of Bull Conner.

Racial problems then were as a result of the policies of the Democrats that were enforced by Nathan Bedford Forrest‘s founding of the Ku Klux Klan.×9&widgetId=2&trackingGroup=69017


President Barack Obama’s first move in December will be to focus the nation’s attention on complaints about racist cops in African-American communities.

The move may be part of an effort to grab the political initiative after the Democrats’ massive losses in the Nov. 4 election, and also to keep the public’s attention away from his unpopular Nov. 21 announcement that he will provide 4 million illegal immigrants with work permits and taxpayer-funded aid programs.

Progressives, Democrats and media outlets stepped up their complaints about law enforcement in African-American neighborhoods after a grand jury decided Nov. 24 to not charge police officer Darren Wilson with any crime following his shooting of a black man in August in Ferguson, Mo.

The shooting — and the grand jury’s decision — prompted riots and was cited frequently by Democratic activists during the 2014 midterm campaign.

To grab the public’s attention for December, the White House announced Nov. 30 that Obama has a Dec. 1 morning meeting with cabinet members to talk about federal programs that supply equipment to local police forces.

He’ll also meet with “national civil rights leaders” in the Oval Office, and then meet with a large group of police, elected officials and “community and faith leaders” in a nearby auditorium.

They will “discuss how communities and law enforcement can work together to build trust to strengthen neighborhoods across the country,” according to a White House statement.

He’s also sending Attorney General Eric Holder to give a speech in an African-American church in Atlanta.

The new focus on allegedly racist cops comes after Obama announced he would alter immigration enforcement that would allow millions of illegal immigrants, many of whom compete for low-wage jobs against blue-collar African-Americans, to stay in the United States. He will also grant work-permits to 4 million and boost the inflow of guest-workers into the country.

Each year, the country accepts 1 million immigrants and 650,000 guest-workers for jobs outside agriculture. Four million Americans turn 18 each year.

Currently, only 55.2 percent of African-American adults have jobs, down from 57.9 percent in July 2008. In contrast, 60.2 percent of white adults have jobs, down from 63.5 percent in July 2008.

The percentage of African-Americans with jobs is expected to drop down to 59.8 percent in 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

A September poll by the GOP caucus in the Senate showed that only 19 percent of African-Americans strongly supported Obama’s immigration policies. The same poll showed that 33 percent of African-Americans would be “much more likely” to support a GOP Senate candidate who says that “immigration policy needs to serve the interests of the nation as a whole, not a few billionaire CEOs and immigration activists lobbying for open borders.”

Under pressure from base voters, GOP legislators will meet Tuesday, Dec. 2 to decide if they will defund Obama’s amnesty.

Obama outlined his new focus on racist cops Nov. 25.

“In many communities of color [people] have a sense that our laws are not always being enforced uniformly or fairly,” Obama told supporters in Chicago.

“That may not be true everywhere, and it’s certainly not true for the vast majority of law enforcement officials, but that’s an impression that folks have and it’s not just made up,” said the nation’s chief law enforcement official.

“It’s rooted in realities that have existed in this country for a long time,” said Obama, who began his political career as a “community organizer” in Chicago.

In his speech, Obama said he’s asking Holder to manage the new focus.

“I’ve instructed Attorney General Eric Holder not just to investigate what happened in Ferguson, but also identify specific steps we can take together to set up a series of regional meetings focused on building trust in our communities,” he said.

Obama also sketched out possible White House regulations, including a possible new effort to ensure that only a small proportion of white police officials are hired in African-American districts.

“We know that when we have a police force that is representative of the communities it’s serving that makes a difference,” the president stated.

“There are specific things we can do, and the key now is for us to lift up the best practices and work, city by city, state by state, county by county, all across this country, because the problem is not just a Ferguson problem, it is an American problem,” he said.

“We’ve got to make sure that we are actually bringing about change.”

Racist rants from city employee to cost taxpayers $560,000

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This is from The Chicago Sun Times.

The Obama Media says that only the Tea Party members are the racists.

The Obama media says only the DemocRats are sensitive to minorities needs.

Then again the media is full of the stuff Bess Truman spent thirty years trying

to get Harry to call fertilizer.

Cash-strapped Chicago will spend $560,000 to compensate women victimized by the racist and sexist behavior of a Department of Transportation honcho whose uncle is a former Northwest Side congressman.

Joseph Annunzio was working as a $77,148-a-year CDOT supervisor when he was accused of calling female co-workers “bitches,” using the n-word, “mambo” and “Magilla the Gorilla” to address African Americans and for referring to immigrants as “f—ing foreigners.”

The nephew of former U.S. Rep. Frank Annunzio (D-Ill.) was further accused of parading around at an office holiday party with a red tablecloth over his head while calling himself the “grand wizard,” a title used by the leader of the Ku Klux Klan.

Ronda Mooney is one of the CDOT employees who will share in the settlement.

“It’s not the money — it’s the principle,” Mooney said Thursday. “We are all human. We should be treated with respect. To be violated like that, it was like we didn’t count. It was not right. It was not fair.”

Mooney, 50, of Chicago, said she continues to work as a senior data entry operator for CDOT.

Since Annunzio was fired, “it’s been much calmer,” she said.

Annunzio could not be reached for comment.

Then-Inspector General David Hoffman originally investigated the allegations and recommended that Annunzio be fired.

A hearing officer concurred, only to have the Human Resources Board overrule the firing and substitute a seven-month suspension on grounds that, while 11 co-workers did testify, targets of the “most egregious allegations” did not.

Hoffman then urged the city’s Law Department to appeal the case to overturn a decision that he warned could “seriously chill reporting of racism and sexism in city workplaces” — particularly when it involves supervisors “perceived to have clout.”

Ironically, the original complaint against Annunzio was filed by a woman with her own clout.

Patty Young was the girlfriend of William Beavers, the former Chicago alderman and Cook County commissioner who was recently sentenced to six months in prison after being convicted on federal tax evasion charges.

A circuit court judge upheld Annunzio’s firing. So did the Illinois Appellate Court.

In the sharply worded lower court ruling, then-Judge Leroy Martin Jr. wrote, “The record is replete with evidence that . . . Annunzio repeatedly made racist, derogatory and disparaging remarks” about underlings.

On Friday, the City Council’s Finance Committee is scheduled to approve a $560,000 settlement for Young, Donna Smith, Mooney and other women victimized by Annunzio’s racist and sexist behavior.

In a 2007 interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, Annunzio acknowledged using vulgarity to get his points across to underlings. He also admitted that his use of the word “foreigners” to describe immigrants may have been insensitive.

But Annunzio insisted that he never once made racist, sexist or other demeaning remarks to co-workers. And he said the infamous tablecloth incident was made up out of whole cloth to get rid of him for cracking the whip.

At the time, Annunzio offered to take a lie detector test to prove his innocence.

“They accused me of jumping up and down like a monkey and wearing red hoods. They said it happened in one office, then in another office, then down the hall. It never happened,” he said at the time.

“It’s crazy. That’s why the stories are totally inconsistent.”

The $560,000 only adds to the mountain of settlement costs piled onto Chicago taxpayers in recent years.

The Sun-Times reported last month that Mayor Rahm Emanuel has shelled out $169 million to settle lawsuits against the city — $77.4 million of it this year alone — nearly triple the amount paid by the city during the final two years of former Mayor Richard M. Daley’s administration.

Corporation Counsel Stephen Patton attributed the spike at a time when the city can least afford it to two factors: Daley’s decision to “put the brakes” on settlements and Emanuel’s desire to cut the city’s losses and settle early cases taxpayers were destined to lose.

The tab under Emanuel rises to $247.4 million when you factor in the $78.4 million Chicago borrowed last year to compensate 6,000 African-American would-be firefighters bypassed by the city’s discriminatory handling of a 1995 entrance exam.

The Law Department did not include those damages in its response to the Sun-Times’ Freedom of Information request on grounds that it stemmed from “a court ruling — not a case we decided to settle” and because the 2010 U.S. Supreme Court decision pre-dated Emanuel.


Guns, Slavery, and Lessons from History

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This is from Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership.


NOTE: Attention is drawn to the award-winning JPFO film “No Guns for Negroes”,

which can be viewed at the end of the article. Get your own DVD from the JPFO Store for just $9.95 incl.

By Rick Ward, September 21st, 2013
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We were once a society of white supremacists, especially with regards to carrying guns. Even when blacks were given their freedom and then the right to vote, they were not given the right to carry or even own a gun. The government tried, back then, as they are trying now, to tax guns out of ownership.

According to an article on, a Virginia’s official university law review called for a “prohibitive tax … on the privilege” of selling handguns as a way of disarming “the son of Ham”, whose “cowardly practice of ‘toting’ guns has been one of the most fruitful sources of crime … . Let a negro board a railroad train with a quart of mean whiskey and a pistol in his grip and the chances are that there will be a murder, or at least a row, before he alights.” [Comment, Carrying Concealed Weapons, 15 Va L. Reg. 391, 391-92 (1909); George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1, “Gun Control and Racism,” Stefan Tahmassebi, 1991, p. 75] Thus, many Southern States imposed high taxes or banned inexpensive guns to price blacks and poor whites out of the gun market.

Prior to the Civil War in 1852 Mississippi passed a race-based complete gun ban. The Act of March 15, 1852, ch. 206, 1852 Laws of Miss. 328 forbade ownership of firearms by both free blacks and slaves. (JCLC NWU, p. 797) For many years even with what appeared to be a total rights award, blacks were still not given the right of self-defense. Those who were brought into this country for the purpose of slavery were not even considered “citizens” according to the Dred Scott Decision of 1857. The law only allowed citizens to protect themselves.

Even at the end of the Civil War, blacks required police approval to own guns, unless they were in the military. A Mississippi Statute of 1865 prohibited blacks, not in the military and not licensed by the board of police of his or her county “from keeping or carrying fire-arms of any kind, or any ammunition, dirk or bowie knife.” [reprinted in 1 Documentary History of Reconstruction: Political, Military, Social, Religious, Educational and Industrial, 1865 to the Present Time, p. 291, Walter L. Fleming, ed., 1960.] (GLJ, p. 344)

Blacks gained (by law) much of their freedoms after the Civil War as long as the federal troops occupied the southern states. They not only voted, but held office. Mississippi had the first black US Senator and a black representative following the Civil War. (It would be 85 years before another black Senator was elected, this time in Massachusetts, then one more in Illinois) However with the Presidential race of 1876 Tilden tied with Rutherford B. Hayes. The tie could not even be broken by Congress, a deal made in the back room of an all-black hotel in Washington, DC in early 1877, known as Compromise of 1877, led to the one vote for Hayes he needed to secure the Presidency, with the understanding that all federal troops would be permanently removed from the South and the President would never again interfere with our affairs.

Black citizens were devastated. No more would there be armed troops to guard the polls. The Ku Klux Clan, White Shirts, Red Shirts and other splinter groups rose again. Blacks were bullied, beaten and their families killed if they showed up at the polls. They were lynched in front of spectators who often dressed up for the event, took their children and cut souvenir fingers and such from the bodies as trophies.

Mississippi enacted the first registration law for retailers in 1906, requiring them to maintain records of all pistol and pistol ammunition sales, and to make such records available for inspection on demand. It was seen as race-based confiscation through record-keeping. (Kates, p. 14) (GMU CR LJ, p. 75). The registration requirement was repealed only a few years ago.

That deal set by the Compromise of 1877 remained in effect almost 100 years until the Kennedy administration. Kennedy guaranteed blacks protection by the US Marshals Service and National Guard. Northern sympathizers came down and assisted blacks in registering to vote and summoned the FBI to help make sure they were protected at the polls and beyond. He sent 3,000 troops to quell the riots at Ole Miss when James Merrideth applied. That was the early, to mid 1960’s.

In the last one hundred years, because of their insistence to exercise their rights, blacks have led the nation in banding together on all topics that affect their rights. Their right to live peacefully and survive in a predominantly white society without violence directed at them by a white race has been at the forefront of their demands. They have made more gains than any other race.

It is a fact that most prison majorities are black. Many are in jail for gun-related crimes. We don’t hear much about the black community wanting to carry arms. That surprises me on one hand because I would think with all the black-on-black violence they would want to protect themselves. Maybe it’s the fact that they have faced so much gun violence all these years, the law abiders see guns as the problem. Maybe it is just public opinion. Could they be thinking if they are seen wearing a gun openly, the deep rooted feelings of a white dominated society might attack them at the sight of a weapon?

I have taught over 1,400 students for Enhanced Endorsements and I welcome anybody to my classes. So far the number of blacks I have taught can be counted on my hands with fingers left over. I don’t know why the disparity in numbers. What I do know is that we have a lot to learn from the black community. If we were one fourth as insistent about exercising our right to openly carry firearms as they are with their right to vote, we would all be carrying guns openly.

Recently a Tupelo lawyer asked for a thousand e-mails to support an Amicus Brief in our Supreme Court. I sent the request out to the primary gun owners’ site in the state. It gets hundreds of responses, if not thousands a day. With some 6,000 members, we were only able to get a little over 400 people to just click on a link showing they supported the issue.

We fought so hard to get this right to carry openly and now nobody is doing it. I fear that we will lose that right that we don’t use it. Can you imagine blacks not exercising their right to vote? Where would they be right now? We are all Americans and need to come together to demonstrate to everybody that we have the right to openly carry and won’t be intimidated by funny looks from people in the public any more than blacks are were at the polls.



Note from the Editor:
Below is a video that I’ve added to this article. After watching this video every citizen and especially every black American citizen should understand why this issue is so important. It is almost impossible to enslave an armed society. Every black adult citizen should arm themselves to demonstrate to our local politicians that they refuse to be controlled again.



11 Liberal Rules for Racism in America

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This is from Joe For America.

I am offering this without comment.


When America was a racist country, Democrats were primarily the ones engaged in racism. However, now that racism has been largely relegated to the fringes of American society (the KKK, the New Black Panthers, the Nation of Islam, La Raza, MEChA, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, American Nazi Party, etc.), the Democrats are constantly wagging their fingers about it. Of course naturally, given the racist history of the Democrat Party, liberals have managed to rig the rules in order to benefit themselves and hurt their political opponents. That’s a pretty neat albeit despicable trick that they’ve managed to pull off.

1) Liberals aren’t held to the same rules as Republicans: When liberals say racist things, it’s just excused out of hand as if it’s no big deal. If Dick Cheney had said, “I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man” instead of Joe Biden, you’d read about it every time he criticized Barack Obama. WhenChristopher Dodd said“I do not think it is an exaggeration at all to say to my friend from West Virginia [Sen. Robert C. Byrd, a former Ku Klux Klan recruiter] that he would have been a great senator at any moment. . . . He would have been right during the great conflict of civil war in this nation,” it was shrugged off. On the other hand, Trent Lott ended up resigning from the GOP leadership for making very similar comments about Strom Thurmond.

2) Minority racism must be ignored: According to Rasmussen polling“Thirty-seven percent (37%) of American Adults think most black Americans are racist, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Just 15% consider most white Americans racist, while 18% say the same of most Hispanic Americans.” This isn’t coming out of the ether. Black Americans voted overwhelmingly for Barack Obama over Hillary Clinton because he was black. If George Zimmerman had been black and Trayvon Martin had been Hispanic, most black Americans would have been indifferent to the case or would have supported Zimmerman. This is one of the great ironies of the liberal obsession with racism. While they can turn practically anything into evidence of Republican racism, the most grotesque examples of racism from minorities are just shrugged off.

3) You pay no penalty for falsely accusing people of racism: False accusations of racism can do just as much damage as actual racism. People can be ostracized for it, lose endorsement deals or even lose their jobs over being falsely accused of racism. Yet, the only reason you’ve heard of people like Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Touré, and Melissa Harris-Perry is because they’re willing to accuse people of being racists on the flimsiest of pretexts. It’s tempting to compare these race-hustling poverty pimps to the KKK, but the more appropriate analogy is the Spanish Inquisition. The attitude is, “So what if we unjustly accuse a lot of people as long as we get a few heretics in the process?”

4) Outrage matters more than facts: It doesn’t matter what Bush actually did in New Orleans or that the local government failed the people of the city; it matters how people FEEL about it. It doesn’t matter that Democrats have run Detroit since 1962; it matters that people FEEL Republicans are responsible. It doesn’t matter that Trayvon Martin wasn’t really a twelve year old kid and that he was slamming George Zimmerman’s head into the pavement; it matters that Zimmerman’s acquittal FEELS symbolic of law-abiding black Americans being profiled because so many other black Americans are criminals. Once an accusation of racism is made, facts are treated as if they’re of secondary importance to FEELINGS.

5) It’s okay to discriminate against white Americans: It’s unbelievable that in 2013, we still have race-based discrimination in America and liberals are perfectly fine with it. The rationale for what should be an incredible violation of the equal protection clause in the Constitution? It’s that whites are doing better than blacks are as a group. That’s probably a cold comfort to the son of a white single mother making minimum wage whose son loses out to one of Obama’s daughters because he happened to be Caucasian.

6) It’s always the fifties and sixties: Comparing the United States of 2013, when we have a black President of the United States to a time when black Americans couldn’t drink from the same water fountains as whites is so ridiculous that to do so should practically be considered a sign of mental illness. Yet, it happens all the time and it’s not immediately met with laughter and eye rolls. It should be. The reason that it happens is because it benefits liberals politically to pretend that racism is still everywhere. After all, what else does the Democrat Party have to offer minorities in America other than protection from mostly non-existent racism? Crime-ridden neighborhoods? Joblessness? Poverty? Fighting mostly non-existent racism the Democrat Party can handle just fine, but actually helping people improve their lives is apparently way too tough to manage.

7) Past evidence must be ignored: Ironically, saying you have “black friends” is now considered to be something that a racist would say. That says much more about the sort of witch hunt allegations of racism have become in this country than the people who say it. Judge Charles Pickering put his life on the line to prosecute the Grand Dragon of the KKK in Mississippi in the early sixties; yet liberals falsely branded him a racist to stop his nomination to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. George Zimmerman tutored black children and fought to get justice for a black homeless man beaten by police and even voted for Obama, but he was still falsely portrayed as a racist. This can happen only because determining if someone is a racist has become a political tool that is completely disconnected from whether the person in question actually dislikes people because of the color of their skin.

8) Republicans secretly want to do things Democrats used to do:Conservative, moderate, and liberal Democrats were behind slavery, the KKK, Jim Crow laws, segregation, the Tuskegee Experiment, lynchings and every other racist horror inflicted on black Americans in this country. Republicans stood against the Democrats while they were doing all of those terrible things and while we congratulate them on now agreeing with us that they were wrong, it’s disgusting to try to blame Democrat sins on the Republican Party. God willing, a hundred years from now Democrats will be wagging their fingers about the horrors of murdering children via abortion and claiming Republicans secretly want to abort children. If so, it would be the same sort of step forward we’ve seen from the Democrats on racism.

9) Minorities shouldn’t be held to the same standards as whites: Walter Williams once said“During the first Reagan administration, I participated in a number of press conferences on either a book or article I’d written or as a panelist in a discussion of White House public policy. On occasion, when the question-and-answer session began, I’d tell the press, ‘You can treat me like a white person. Ask hard, penetrating questions.’ The remark often brought uncomfortable laughter, but I was dead serious. If there is one general characteristic of white liberals, it’s their condescending and demeaning attitude toward blacks.” The soft bigotry of low expectations that liberals bring to the table encourages mediocrity, undercuts excellence and generally helps to hold minorities in America back.

10) When a white non-liberal disagrees with a liberal minority, it’s probably because of racism: Republicans absolutely detested Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton; so what kind of moron would assume that their intense dislike of Barack Obama must be driven by race? Tea Partiers love black conservatives that agree with them, like Herman Cain and Allen West; so could there be a reason that they detest Barack Obama other than race? Do we really need the Scooby Gang to figure out why a group that’s all about small government, low taxes, and cutting spending would dislike a socialist who’s all about big government, higher taxes and increasing spending?

11) Only liberals get to decide what’s racist: We’ve set up a system where the world’s most easily offended people get to decide what’s offensive and what’s not and coincidentally, crying “racism” often helps them fund raise or hurts their political opponents. It’s like starting up the Salem Witch Trials again and then giving Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and the NAACP $10,000 every time they find a “witch” to burn. If we did that, what do you think the chances are they’d be finding witches EVERYWHERE? EXACTLY.

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Two interesting historical commentaries on a slow news day.
Senator Robert Byrd (D-WV) died in 2010.  Byrd “joined the Klan at the ripe young age of 24 — hardly a young’un by today’s standards, much less those of 1944, when Byrd refused to join the military because he might have to serve alongside “race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds,” according to a letter Byrd wrote to Sen. Theodore Bilbo at the height of World War II. [Byrd was the Exalted Cyclops]
Today’s obituaries, however, made little mention of Byrd’s once-deeply held hatred for African Americans.”
On January 10th, 1878, Senator Aaron Sargent (R-CA) introduced the ‘Anthony Amendment’ to the Senate “for a decision on women’s suffrage in the United States. This was the first constitutional amendment on this issue to be brought before Congress…  While it did not pass, it set the precedent for similar legislation to be proposed each year until the 19th Amendment was finally passed [almost 40 years later] in 1919 by both houses. The original text was written by Susan B. Anthony with the help of Elizabeth Cady Stanton.”


Jackson, Sharpton and Holder Want a National Conversation About Race

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This is from Girls Just Wanna Have Guns.

I can just imagine how that conversation would go.

Listen up You Creepy Ass Crackers and all of you racist honkies.

The Department of  Injustice will not prosecute brothers.

We will prosecute all of you Creepy As crackers and honkies

with made up civil rights charges.

We know who did not support the brother in the White House

and you will pay for your nonsupport.


esse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and Eric Holder are all talking about having a “national conversation” about race. Luckily, I know that they do not represent all blacks in America, because my impression is that their idea of a “conversation” is them telling whites how terrible and racist we are.

Then we are supposed to bow our heads in shame and say, “Yes, you’re right, we’re all awful, evil people and even if we personally never did anything to anyone, we are still responsible for all whites and all whites’ behavior.” What they are really looking for is conFRONTation, not conVERsation.

So a true conversation will likely never happen. Oh, sure, liberal folks like Chris Matthews will play their assigned roles and apologize for all of us and actually think that‘s helping start a conversation. But just as Al and friends don’t speak for all blacks, Chris Matthews does NOT speak for all white people any more than I do. How absolutely arrogant of him to even think he can say that.

So I have a few things to tell Jesse, Al, Eric and Chris. They hate the history of racism and the treatment of blacks, as well they should. And I would never say that racism doesn’t exist. But they act like they are different than those that they hate – and they are not. They are the exact same people. For many years, white people had the “power” to “be” racist, to act without impunity, even without punishment or accountability.

Now that pendulum has swung the other way. Blacks are the ones with the “power” to be racist, to act without impunity or accountability. So now that they have this same power they hated in whites, are they proving that they are superior to the white racists? No. Are they thinking that even though they have the power, they are not using or abusing it? No, they are taking full advantage of it. Everyone always has their excuses for their bad behavior. Slave owners truly believed they were superior to blacks.

Today’s black racists truly believe they have the “right” to oppress because they (or their ancestors) were oppressed. But they are both wrong and two wrongs can never make the past right.

I place some blame on President Obama. He ran on uniting the country. The very first time an incident happened where blacks beat up a white and said, “Now it’s our turn,” I thought he would come out and say, “I won’t tolerate that. I said we will be one America. My Justice Department will go after ALL hate crimes not just white on black.” But no, he didn’t say a peep. When the Black Panthers stood outside the polling place, he should have immediately stepped in and said it was unacceptable. But he didn’t. He missed critical moments in his presidency where he could have truly made a difference in race relations in this country.

Mainly, I blame the black racists for their own behavior the same as I blame white racists for their own behavior. I am not responsible for how white racists behave and I will not apologize for behavior that is not mine, the same as I will not blame all blacks for the behavior of black racists like Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and Eric Holder. Those three need to realize that there will never be a national conversation where all whites say, “You’re right, we’re sorry and you can do whatever you want to us and take whatever you want from us and we deserve it.”

But until they realize that what they are modeling is as disgusting and despicable as the Ku Klux Klan, nothing will ever change. As whites we have been told that it is up to us to confront other whites when they are being racist and tell them we won’t tolerate it and don’t approve of it. And I’ll probably get called racist for even pointing out all of this but as a white person I’m used to that. However, until all races can confront the racism within their own race without being attacked for it by their own, there will be no national conversation. Sadly, I don’t anticipate that happening any time soon.

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Church Sign Generates Emotional Debate Over Race After Zimmerman Verdict

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This is from CBS 2 Chicago.

It spite of what these fools at this church say it is not

open season on blacks.

The murder of blacks was ignored by lifelong DemocRats

like Bull Connor. George Wallace and Orval Faubus.

While the evil Charlton Heston and other Republicans helped

to promote civil rights.

Most DemocRats in Congress back then opposed civil rights.


(Credit: First Baptist Church Of University Park/Facebook)



CHICAGO (CBS) – A sign posted outside a south suburban church is generating a powerful debate over race in the wake of the George Zimmerman verdict.

The marquee outside the First Baptist Church of University Park earlier this week read: “It Is Safe To Kill Black People In Amerikkka.”

On Saturday, a jury of six women in Florida acquitted Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

Several comments on the church’s Facebook page took issue with the reference to the Ku Klux Klan in the word Amerikkka, with many saying the church’s sign is hateful and divisive and implies that all white Americans are racist.

The church responded by saying: “The message on the sign is not a message of hate. It is a message of awakening and call to action. It is a message not intended to divide, but to cause honest reflection in order to make this country a better place for ALL.”

The wording has historical precedence, according to the church’s Facebook page.

After the shooting of a black man by a white man in Montgomery, Ala., in 1949, Rev. Vernon Johns posted a sign outside the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church that read: “It Is Safe To Kill Negroes In Montgomery.”

The church has since changed the wording into a question: “Is It Safe To Kill Black People In America?”

“The initial sign, which has caused such a furor, stated, “It is safe to kill Black People in the United States of Amerikkka.” Much focus was placed on the intentional misspelling of America,” the church responded on its Facebook page.

“The use of “kkk”, was done to call attention to the fact that, just as in the ‘glory days of the KKK, it appears far too often that the murder of African Americans is permitted, and the mistreatment of African Americans historically and currently is far too cavalierly considered.”





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