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The Right Wing Creep

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

Gosh darn, life is interesting. Not too long ago the progressives unleashed the Black Lives Matter movement.  They sure do!  And, like anything progressive, you gotta read the fine print.  Blacks killed in the womb, blacks killed by other blacks, and so on.  Exceptions that do not fit the narrative.  I was surprised that an uprising did not occur over the summer urban riot season.  Cops are going to keep on shooting blacks, and some of those shot will have their final moments immortalized on video, and the video will be publicized.   The thing I did not see was the ‘blue flu’. The cops backing off from career ending policing.  Crime rates have spiked.  You can tell this is true because the leugenpresse is denying it.  I suspect that the other emergency services are a little hesitant to respond too.

Did you follow the leugenpresse non coverage of the Cologne rapefugee event? I was talking to someone in a bar about this, this someone being a Red Star subscriber.  All she knew about was some Hungarian prison guard who raped a refugee, apparently.  She still does not know about the Cologne event.  For that matter the other rapefugee events that took place on new years eve across progressive Germany have not made it into the news here.  Other things are happening in Germany, and you might not find that in the news.  A few vigilante incidents.

I read a diversity of news sources. You can try Russia Today, the Iranian news service Farsnews, and for Toronto Crime, try the Toronto Police services. You have to shovel through the sputum of the leugenpresse anyway, and you are becoming adept at recognizing agenda pushers.  More will not hurt.

Remus at the Woodpile Report has a good set of links on the rapefugee events.

And, check out the local euro news in english … here is a good one We sure as heck do not want to appear racist, now do we! Bend over!

I, Fenris Badwulf, wrote this.  I care.

Rabies outbreak at the shopping mall

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

Are you prepared? I looked over at the mob gathering outside the shopping mall, they were clustered around a Paramedic vehicle. In front of the EMS was a firetruck. A cop was parked in the wheelchair spot; he was doing something on his computer. But I knew that this daily hum drum, standard emergency response, was not the heteronormative scenario of heart attack, stroke, or child choking victim. I took a sip of my coffee and waited for the inevitable. This was a rabies outbreak at the shopping mall: and nobody was prepared * *

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Thinking about the Unthinkable

Sunday, April 24th, 2011

What appears to be unthinkable to people is the future certainty of a nuclear free Total Global War. Let us call this World War Three. And instead of talking about that, which would be a big subject, let us just talk about the secret weapons to be used in a surprise first strike attack on America. Just a little piece of a bigger, unthinkable thing, right? You never think about America really at war, now do you? It is unthinkable. But the fact is, when they do attack, it will be when they think they can win; they will use guile and stealth (thanks to your open borders); they will use social unrest in your cities (American voters make the best Viet Cong), and they will use plague (unwashed hands in the burger joint kitchen).

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Thinking about the Unthinkable

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Is your food radioactive? Maybe you should take your Geiger counter to the vegetable department and scan the arugula. You do not have a Geiger counter, you say? Well, you can think about that after your lips bubble out in sores after you eat the contaminated broccoli. Do you have food to keep you for a year? You did read about the fallout scenarios from back in the fifties? Or is it unthinkable? Or was.

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Thinking about the Unthinkable

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

I have a good friend, and he has insomnia. He mentioned it in passing, at lunch, at noon. I filed this fact, and the conversation moved on. We both share a love of history and were discussing the nature and influence of the Norman dukes. I spent the day visiting with him, his wife, and his cat, and then, late we went to bed. I awoke in the middle of the night, thirsty. Seeking water, I came across my host. His insomnia had struck. His hair was wild, he was wearing his housecoat on backwards, and there was an animal look in his eyes. He was thinking about the unthinkable; he even told me so.

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Thinking about the Unthinkable

Sunday, March 27th, 2011

Those Libyan air defenses suck. In a real air war, they should be counting the dead air men in tens. Where are the smoking craters, the crisped corpses sitting in armchair charcoal, the little dogs sitting by bar-b-que’d master? No can see. I doubt Thor, Odin, Balder, and the other war gods are not even looking up from their Lady Gaga feed to take in this police action. What is unthinkable about it all is that if Libya has popsicle stick air defense, then maybe Iran does too. Iran may need a five hundred tomahawk first strike, but I am sure Peace Prize can play golf while the details are explained by minions to minions.

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Thinking about the Unthinkable

Saturday, March 12th, 2011

It has been shown that the unthinkable and the impossible are not always happening at the same time. The unthinkable happens all the time; just because your primate brained staff did not prepare for it (be it ranging from obvious to obscure) does not mean that they are not crackpates and dolt incompetents for not doing their job and prepare for Unthinkable X. That is just the way non-ability hiring entities manage to make themselves extinct. So, when I mention that X is unthinkable, I do not wish to imply that X is impossible, as well. Take, for example, the idea that the British sponsored the failed coup (now civil war) in Libya. State run media are not speculating, are they? It is unthinkable then, not impossible.

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Thinking about the Unthinkable

Sunday, January 30th, 2011

The things we find unthinkable are the things we fear. Why think about that? Take the worst case scenario: you are a well-equipped survivalist: you have your retreat, your bunkers, your years supplies of food. But the disaster that comes is one you are not prepared for. This is unthinkable, and, for everybody, not just survivalists, to be caught unprepared, in general, fills people with fear. What could a prepared survivalist be unprepared for? Being prepared is their strong point. So, I suspect that the number of things that they have not thought about is few, and as picked over as a week old carcass in the California desert.

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Thinking about the Unthinkable

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

It is impossible to think of a China-America war in the same way as, say, Invasion from Space. One is most likely to happen, and we cloak our ever present and constantly reminded fears with denial. The other is the ‘rag with ether over the face’ school of seduction. There is fear, but, this sort of stuff just never has happened. So, which is more better to consider unthinkable: the real fear we hide from, or the fakebook tinsel stuff? I do not know. Whatever, with all the ink spilt over the Arizona Massacre, I prefer to talk about Space Invasion as a more unthinkable thought to think about.

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Thinking about the Unthinkable

Saturday, October 23rd, 2010

Sometimes thinking about the Unthinkable can be fun. Sometimes it is a dark, lightning and bombardment filled nightmare. How about the next ground war is fought in North America. It is not likely to happen, but it is more likely now than it was in the past. It is less unlikely, more likely, than say, when President Eisenhower was around, or more especially, Nixon. Those air fleets of B-52’s kept oil prices down, didn’t they.

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Thinking about the Unthinkable

Thursday, September 16th, 2010

The Tea Bag General. Ever since the progressives swapped out teaching Canadian history for activist myth, I have been exposed to the idea that the third world is a much better place than Canada. Nobody ever goes hungry in the third world, and there is no war. If there are any problems, it is because farmers in Alberta have guns * . Anything third world has that fart in an elevator mystique: and what could be more third world than a coup? It would be unthinkable for there to be a coup in the United States, would it not?

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Thinking about the Unthinkable

Monday, August 30th, 2010

What does Total War mean to you? Usually nuclear war? Or just a computer game? You did not know that the Yanks have already dismantled seventy five percent of their nukes, eh? Obama is getting rid of the rest. He does have a peace prize.

Even as the Americans dismantle their arsenal, at the prompting and propaganda of the fringe left (whose love of the American people, those racists whites, is only bounded by a love of spending on criminals, illiterates, parasites, pimps, whores, and themselves), so too does the realization that the probability of Total War is proportional to arsenal size seems to be unthinkable. Well, if the ability challenged, ideology constrained JournoListas wish to keep this under wraps, Total War is unthinkable, as well as likely.

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