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Faust100F
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Re: I want to buy a original KKK robe and accessories

Johnaa - I am afraid in Iowa we have only about (not sure) 1% Black people, (I guess the number is so low because we have a "work ethic" here).  We are primarily a relocated European Population, who actually believes it is socially unacceptable to exhibit wealth, like . . . new McMansions, New leased Automobiles, or wasting money on KKK memoribilia.

 

 I never worked on a Crab boat in the Key West, but I have been a guest at a home on a lake in Minnesota who  owned by a man who owns the largest home in Key West.  Does that count?.  I understand Key West is a real tough place to spend time working and playing.  

 

 What should we be calling you Johnaa Hemingway?.

 

 I mean . . . you are kinda right, I never even talked to a black man until I went to the Army, even escorted two of them to prison for killing their white girl friends, but I never disliked them.  When "unequal opportunity was passed into law"  the real minority in this country became the white folks who live here.  They were the minority in Jobs, Education, and Welfare Benefits.  If you were non white you received free education and job priority in our government, and never got fired, because of your skin color.

 

Have you ever called a government agency and had one of these minority hires on the other end who have now been in the system 30 years? Most of the time, I have to ask to talk to a white person who can express themseves in English, you see I can speak "Simpleton" but never learned "Jive" or "Eubonics".  I bet you folks can speak it though! 

 

Don't you like that word I used "folks".  You are right about one more thing . . . I  view with "extreme prejudice", those who kill "innocents" regardless of nationality, but more important I care more about Americans being killed my these animals who threaten Western Civilization.

 

 I support doing what ever is necessary to eliminate threats to the United States, and I readily accept the collateral damage that occurs when, what you believe to be "non combatents" are being killed by CIA, Army, or Drone Strikes in the Middle East, I also support any means needed against any country to defend Americans who pay the freight for such protection..    

 

Tell me where did your ancestors come from and when did they arrive?  Thanks in advance for the info.  I want you to know . . . i really love reading bleeding heart stories such as yours.   You know you sure whine alot, are you sure you do not need a "crying towel" more than a KKK pillowcase?LMAO!  John

johnaa
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Re: I want to buy a original KKK robe and accessories

  Oh now you want to know about my racial background?   So typical of racists.  Some of my relatives arrived in North America before the Mayflower arrived, they married some women who's ancestor were here for a lot longer than that.  Arcadian.   My mothers side has been here for a couple hundred years, complete American Heinz mix, largely Scot Irish Welch english, but certainly not exclusively any thing.   My fathers side came here right after the War of Northern Aggression, settling in Illinois and Nebraska, one of my direct ancestors was Jewish.

   Although the KKK is commonly associated with racism against blacks, it has been used to "protect white european culture from 'foreign"  infiltration and others.   Colorado had the largest KKK membership back in the '20's and '30s, it was mainly led against those Commies, Socialists and unionists, Sp---s, W--s.  The KKK elected the Governor and most of the legislature, most of them became Republicans, and Prohibitionists, fewer of them Democrats, later.

  A neighbor who grew up in Iowa used to like to hold forth about how they kept those undesirable out, he claimed the KKK ran the state and the reason so few "Jive" talkers live there now.   I worked in Woodward and was subject to the discrimination against outsiders, only partially because I worked for Jarvis construction, who hired riff-raff and racially impure lowlife.

 

   So you have spent a few nights outside of Mayberry ! ! and know someone who has a house in Key West, a popular hang out for homosexuals, so you know everything about it.  I spent my time in Marathon, the northern end of the ten mile bridge, being from "up north" I was close to bottom end of the society.   Down there instead of "folks' the term was "kind".

 

  Don't forget about selling your KKK memorabilia, you could get a new Pickem up truck for the right items.

 

  God, those Conch girls with Seminole blood are good looking!

Faust100F
Advisor

Re: I want to buy a original KKK robe and accessories

" My fathers side came here right after the War of Northern Aggression, settling in Illinois and Nebraska, one of my direct ancestors was Jewish."

 

So what you are saying is that you are Jewish, and supported the South in the Civil War?  Is that right? So you came North because you liked "Pain".  Was your direct jewish ancestor male or female.  You know the offspring from a Jewish mother are always Jewish. Just like Barry is a Muslim because his father was a Muslim.

 

 I can understand your predicament, my wife and kids are Catholic so I understand "guilt", I am a Protest-ant.  You are Arcadian so you know what people in North Louisiana call Arcadian then.  I will not bring it up here unless you really want to know!.

 

Like I have posted our state song is "Dueling Banjo's" we are rural backwater inbred crackers here in Iowa, like you said we are huckleberries we like mayberry, here, and most of us do not speak "jive" but we do believe homosexuals should be able to marry each other, and even leave their estates to dogs, cats and frogs if they want.  Do you know why we do not care?  They cannot reproduce, so eventually they should breed themselves into extinction.  I mean . . . that is what I am told why the Huckleberries here do not pursue the issue..

 

Mostly, our racism here in Ioway, is limited to telling Norwegian, Pollock, German, and Dutch Jokes, because those are the ethnic groups whose offspring still reside here.

 

So as you can see after generations and generations few jokes can be made about ancestry anymore here in Ioway, since almost everyone in Iowa is an inbred, and have intermarried with others of different ancestry.  I mean . . . it is tough even telling a joke in this state anymore because you will be insulting a member of your   own family.  So now we tell Polynesian jokes.

 

 Nice to see your heritage goes back before the Mayflower . . . so . . . you are telling me that your ancestors were Indian or Viking?  Soooooo . . . do I refer to you as Johnaa of the North?  I think the KKK prevents any of its memorabilia from being sold to anyone with Viking ancestry.   Have a great day.  John 

 

 

KNAPPer
Senior Contributor

Lesson Learned

The lesson I learn from this is to keep religion out of government and the law. I somehow think many would prefer it differently. You?

 

 

Faust100F
Advisor

Re: Lesson Learned

KNAPPer - Absolutely!  Religion should never hold power to declare war or make law.  Even though most of our laws are based on common laws which have been followed from eons.   All political decisions in the Islamic world is made by a religious cleric not a forum elected by the citizens.  I am not sure we even run our own country any more, it has been hijacked by those who buy our elected officials, and we get "stroked" with words such as "Freedom:, "Democracy" and all the good things should come when citizens elect those to run the government.  But . . . we have been duped . . . our votes mean little . . . because our government is bought and paid for by Wall Street none have gone to jail, and they had the losses sustained by their greed passed down to us, the U.S. Taxpayers.  I mean . . . that is the way I see it.  Adios Amigo. John

johnaa
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Re: I want to buy a original KKK robe and accessories

  You get more and more idiotic every moment;  --"So what you are saying is that you are Jewish, and supported the South in the Civil War?  Is that right? So you came North because you liked "Pain".  Was your direct jewish ancestor male or female.  You know the offspring from a Jewish mother are always Jewish. Just like Barry is a Muslim because his father was a Muslim."

   If you think you have some demonstrated some rare and special knowledge few know? ?  LMAOROF.

 Gee what special knowledge you have about Arcadian and Jews, such .   Of course a man of your knowledge knows europians were never genetically pure, peoples have emigrated all over the world from before recorded history.  Of course you understand that Jewish and muslim are religions and have nothing to do with some isolated genetic group.  Racial purity?  For instance, Vikings spread their DNA all over, and, one of their main trading routes took them to the so-called middle east for silver.   They brought back slave women from the area which is why there are what is called 'black Sweds', like my father's mother.

  If you were to have your DNA traced for analysis of genetic origins, I imagine you would have more to be embareassed about than having a Papist mother.  There is no genetic pure blood humans.

 

   My point of describing my ancestry is how mixed it is and impossible to limit my ethnic group.  Race is an illusion for ignorant supremeness. 

 

  "Nice to see your heritage goes back before the Mayflower . . . so . . . you are telling me that your ancestors were Indian or Viking? 

   Shows your ignorance, Arcadian were French, did not come over on the later arriving Mayflower and were forced out of the Saint Lawrence area by the British, and most of them moved to Louisiana because it was part of New France.  

 

ollie2655
Senior Contributor

Re: or better yet

keep gov out of religion --where do you stand now

KNAPPer
Senior Contributor

Re: or better yet

I'd say it is a two way street - both..... If you are talking about the US of course.

Faust100F
Advisor

Re: or better yet

Johnaa -  I think I learned about Arcadia and its Arcadians when I was in second grade they are old history, they were not real Ameri-cans, they were kinda like the Indians, they came with the Country when the French sold you to us.  The only difference is that your Reservation unlike the Indians is confined to the Swamps of Louisiana.  It must be a real guilt trip knowing that the French sold you to us Ameri-cans.  

 

LMAO!  I now understand your empathy for the descendants of African Slaves who burned Watts, created the Weather Underground, the Black Panthers, and the Black Muslims it was something that happened in their  ancestral history.  

 

I mean . . . the welfare system is what we with a "work ethic" fund with our tax dollars so these  descendents of Slaves do not re-burn LA, Detroit, Chicago, Washington D.C. and Miami.  Yep!  No doubt about  it . . . we are paying off so they do not prey upon us here in this country.

 

 I mean . . . it is all worth it, to deprive qualified citizens who paid the price to gain the knowledge for success here in this country to have it trumped by the color of a citizen with no education who can never be fired or ever be denied admission to a University, because if that happened it would be "Discrimination" and we sure would not want to discriminate in this country would we. .  It really does not get any better than that does it?   

 

I have empahy for the Sioux Indians, but all they did was kill Custer and his little band of soldiers at the Greasy Grass River in Montana.  I even purchased land from an Indian Family up there.  Sooooo . . . I am a righteous dude!  Plant a tree for me will ya!   Just sayin . . .  John 

verbatime
Senior Contributor

Re: or better yet

Most things that we read in the popular media about radical Islam are fantasies. They are promulgated in the mistaken belief that such dogmas will appease terrorists, or at least direct their ire elsewhere. But given the recent news — murdering in Algeria, war in Mali, the Syrian mess, and Libyan chaos — let us reexamine some of these more common heresies. Such a review is especially timely, given that Mr. Brennan believed that jihad is largely a personal quest for spiritual perfection; Mr. Kerry believed that Bashar Assad was a potentially moderating reformer; and Mr. Hagel believed that Iran was not worthy of sanctions, Hezbollah was not deserving of ostracism, and Israel is equally culpable for the Middle East mess.

1. Contact with the West Moderates Radical Muslims

 

In theory, residence in the West could instruct young Muslim immigrants on the advantages of free markets, constitutional government, and legally protected freedoms. But as we saw with many of the 9/11 hijackers, for a large subset of Muslim expatriates, a strange schizophrenia ensues: they enjoy — indeed, seek out — the material bounty of the West. But in the abstract, far too many either despise what wealth and affluence do to the citizenry (e.g., gay marriage, feminism, religious tolerance, secularism, etc.) or try to dream up conspiracy theories to explain why their adopted home is better off than the native one that they abandoned.

Finally, foreign students, journalists, and religious expatriates tend to congregate around American campuses and in liberal big cities. There, they are more often nursed on American race/class/gender critiques of America, and so apparently believe that their own anti-Americanism must naturally be shared by millions of Americans from Bakersfield to Nashville. Take Mohamed Morsi, Egypt’s new theocratic president. He should appreciate the U.S. It gave him refuge from persecution in Egypt. It allowed unfettered expression of his radical anti-American views. It schooled him in meritocratic fashion and offered him secure employment at the CSU system, despite his foreign national status. It gave citizenship to two of his daughters (apparently retained). But the result is that Mr. Morsi is an abject anti-Semite (“apes and pigs”) and anti-American. He does not believe terrorists caused 9/11. He wants the imprisoned, murderous blind sheik, who was the architect of the first World Trade Center bombing, sent home to Egypt. And he is pushing Egypt into a Sunni version of Iran.

2. The West Must Atone for Its Past Behavior

I have noted elsewhere both the fantasies found in Barack Obama’s Cairo speech and their general irrelevance to the Muslim world. Polls from Pakistan to Palestine — both recipients of massive U.S. aid — show that the U.S. is as unpopular under Obama as it was under Bush. All small nations have writs against large ones, especially the globally ubiquitous U.S. But America must be seen in comparison to … what? Russia’s artillery and missile barrage that leveled Muslim Grozny (which the UN declared the most destroyed city in the world)? China, which outlaws free expression of Islam and persecutes Muslim minorities? Both are largely left alone by al-Qaeda, due to their unapologetic attitudes, possible unpredictable response, and inability to offer attackers a globalized media forum.

In contrast, no single nation lets in more Muslim immigrants than does the U.S. No non-Muslim nation gives more foreign aid than does the U.S. to the Muslim world — Pakistan, Jordan, Egypt, and Palestine. No nation has so sought to save Muslims from dictatorial violence — whether bombing European Christians to save Muslims in the Balkans; jawboning Kuwaitis to spare Palestinian turncoats in 1991; trying to feed starving Somalis; aiding Muslims fighting Russians in Afghanistan; freeing Kuwaitis from Saddam; rebuilding Iraq; rebuilding Afghanistan from Taliban terror; trying to free Libyans from Gadhafi; and on and on.

The sources of radical Islam rage are thus not past U.S. actions. Read The Al Qaeda Reader to chart all the bizarre excuses that bin Laden and Dr. Zawahiri alleged were the roots of their anger at the U.S. So why exactly does radical Islam hate us? Mostly because of the age-old wages of insecurity, envy, and a sense of inferiority — and the hunch that such gripes win apologies, attention, and sometimes money. In a globalized world, Muslims see daily that everyone from South Koreans to North Americans are better off. Why? In their view, not because of market economies, meritocracies, gender equality, religious pluralism, consensual government, and the Western menu of personal freedom. To draw that conclusion would mean to reject tribalism, gender apartheid, religious intolerance, anti-Semitism, statism, authoritarianism, and conspiracy theory — and to admit indigenous rather than foreign causation. Instead, it is far easier to blame “them” for turning the majestic Islamic empire of old into the chaos of modern Islam — as well as to fault Arab secularists whose lack of religious zealotry allowed the West to move ahead. All antidotes to these deductive beliefs — foreign aid, democratization, outreach, better communications — have so far proved ambiguous at best.