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Thursday, May 18, 2017

Here there be monsters.



I am back from Chattanooga.  Nothing untoward occurred, at least, in terms of being accosted by acolytes of BLM.   It was a tiring trip, though.

We went over there Monday. It was hot, and unbeknownst to me, my wife had turned the air control on the air conditioner down to minimum,  I never touch that particular knob on the dashboard, so it never occurred to me to check it. I just assumed the A/C was not able to cope with the heat.



When we got to Chattanooga, I found out I had made reservations for Tuesday, 16 May and not Monday, 15 May.  Instead of trying to jump through hoops and change everything with my daughter in terms of picking M up upon her arrival there, we decided to just stay overnight.

But what I didn't know was there was a convention in town.  Not far from the airport is Hamilton Place Mall. It's surrounded by hotels.  Nice ones, like Holiday Inn and Ramada, and rather more spartan outfits like Days Inn.

I couldn't get a room for love or money at any of the more desirable places, but we did finally find a room at an obscure, "off brand" place further back from the mall.  It was austere, but it was clean.




In the morning, I went in at 0600 to have the continental breakfast. The place was full of young men from somewhere in the middle east. At least, they looked the part and were speaking what sounded like Arabic.

When they finished breakfast, they went over and took about 12 apples off the breakfast bar (all that were left), they took all the muffins that were wrapped in plastic bags (about 20), and they took all the cream cheese in the little tins. They filled up empty plastic bottles with the orange juice. Then they walked out. Where they had been eating was disgusting. Napkins all over the floor, wrappers on the floor, spilled coffee and juice in a long trail from the breakfast bar to the tables.

I asked the person at the counter what that was all about, and it turns out they were"immigrants" sponsored by a church, but the state is paying to put them up at the motel until they get permanent housing. I asked her if she could have some more apples and muffins, and orange juice, put out but she said she couldn't, as everything for this days breakfast was now gone.  Fortunately, I already had orange juice and bagels for my wife, but that was kind of tough on all the other hotel guests who were going to wind up with coffee and cereal as the only breakfast choice.




I tried to find out more about these individuals, but the girl at the desk was nervous about the subject. She clearly had been told this was not a topic of conversation to engage in with the guests. It's also possible she was playing me for a fool, and these guys were some kind of construction workers, as everybody else staying there seemed to be.  Trust but verify, and  there was no way to verify this . I sure wasn't going to ask these guys if they were leaches from Syria. They did not look or act like pleasant people.


This is what the individuals in the hotel breakfast room looked like.  This is not a picture I took, since I doubt they would have been amenable to me photographing them.




I've been going to Chattanooga for more than 30 years, and it sure has changed. We went to Hamilton Place Mall to kill time, and we had lunch at the food court.  We went to the Japanese food kiosk. There were three people working there, a middle aged man, a teen aged boy, and a younger teen aged girl.   I'm guessing they were Iraqis. They didn't speak any English. I mean, I couldn't even get the distinction between "coke" and "diet coke" across to the older guy.  We paid for what we thought we ordered, but when it came it wasn't even close. My wife wanted to make an issue of it, but I told her there was no point, just to let it go.

(caution: language)




 There were 3 black  guys in their twenties and a black girl sitting at a table in the food court, about 3 tables over.  Into the food court comes a group of four guys, Africans, and I am pretty sure Somalis, but that's an educated guess. They made a bee line to the table next to the first group. Then they started trying to  talk to the girl. She wasn't having it.  This "disrespected" the black guys with her, and they started in with their "MF this and MF that." But they misjudged their opponents. The Somalis or whatever they were jumped up and started yelling insults, they were ready to windmill.



Somalis.  They kind of stand out. Even in mug shots.


About then, people started getting up and bailing out of the food court. Mostly they were black people, and SW Asians, i.e. Indians, Pakistanis, that kind of thing. The only other white people in the food court was an older couple, and they got up and left as soon as the 2nd group came in, must be they were locals and recognized trouble.

My wife and  I got up and started walking towards the Barnes and Nobles entrance. I was waiting with interest to see who backed down, or if nobody did, but my wife didn't want to be anywhere near this.  About that time, a cop came walking in. Not a mall cop, but a  real cop, a black guy. His appearance was the signal for the Somalis to dee dee , which they did like frost when the sun hits it.

Much ado about nothing.  But it was interesting that the Somalis (or Kenyans, or whatever) appeared to be at loggerheads with the local BLM.

I saw hardly any white people in the mall,  and when I did it was usually a teen aged girl with her mom type of thing.  I saw almost no Hispanics, but there were a lot of Africans, and a lot of people speaking what sounded like Arabic.  When we went looking for another book store I  thought I remembered at a big strip mall, I asked three different people, whom I thought were locals, if they knew where it was and not one of them spoke English.

We went into a grocery store at the strip mall, and the stench was appalling. I told my wife it smelled like something was in there dead. But it turned out to be a grocery store that specialized in "immigrant" food, and what I was smelling was herbs, spices, and deli style food. I bought a bag of pretzels and we left. My wife, who grew up in Africa, wasn't nonplussed at all but I thought the stink was disgusting.

I saw 12 police officers while we were in Chattanooga, and they were all black. That would bode ill if you had to defend yourself. Unless, maybe, the attackers were Somalis and then the cops might like you, who knows?

While we were over there in Chattanooga, my wife wanted to get something and cover my bumper stickers on the Jeep. Just til we got home, she said.  Especially after the thing in the food court, she was really jumpy. I told her that would make me look like I was afraid of the Morlocks. She said she "WAS" afraid of the Morlocks.  So what I did was back the Jeep into parking spots, so I'd have another car right behind me and people driving by couldn't see the rear of the Jeep. At the Hotel I backed into a spot right next to the building, so people couldn't drive by and see. My main concern was that I would come out of a store or the hotel and find all the windows busted out of the Jeep. But in truth, I really didn't feel all that comfortable driving around the city.  It's not like an American city, or at least, not like Chattanooga used to be. There's way more "minorities" there than white people, and it's very tense.

One more thing I noticed. At the Barnes and Nobles, where they used to have a huge gun section, there were almost no gun books. I got the Osprey book on the Mosin Nagant rifles, for which I paid $22.00, but when I got home I found out I could have bought it from Amazon for $13.00.  The other  thing I noticed was a huge section on "African Americans". One of the offerings was an adult comic book called "the Revolt" or something like that which was not very flattering towards white people, and certainly did not espouse the virtues of "can't we all get along."

They did have two of Edward Abbey's books, The Monkey Wrench Gang and Desert Solitaire.

All in all, I am really glad to be back. My whole routine was thrown out of whack by this trip, and I never really could relax over there, though nothing threatening happened to us. It was just a feeling of constant tension seems to surround the city now.  I'm getting used to being back home and unwinding some now. It's good to be back.



You might want to get a copy of this CC, it's got good information on the Mosin Nagant and tells some things about the Dragoon. Don't get hosed paying full price like I did, though.


Some Cartoons :








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41 comments:

  1. So thankful that you and your wife had a safe trip. I hate going to large cities anymore. Unfortunately, it is necessary if you must take a flight. It is so discouraging to see our large and small cities being taken over. Now, American citizens have to walk on eggshells and be careful not to offend or upset these "immigrants" or thugs. It's getting to the point that I do not feel safe anywhere, except in my home. Jana

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    1. Jana, it's sad. Atlanta has always been a hell hole, and we never went down there unless we had to. But Chattanooga in the late 80's was such a nice city. It was mostly black and white people, everybody got along. People were polite and friendly.

      But now, it's all broken up into groups. I noticed there was a lot of tension between the Indians and Paki's, and the BLM and Africans. People like that bunch in the hotel breakfast room are just basically pigs. They don't have any manners, they leave the area looking like a dump, they steal the food and don't give a damn if it means the other people at the hotel get no breakfast. It's an atmosphere where the motto seem to be "Hooray for me, and to hell with you." You see a lot of ugliness and ugly behavior in the mall, out in the parking lots, just about everywhere. I used to think that the reason people who were near a bad incident just stared straight ahead was that they didn't want to get involved. But now I think it's just they don't want to see it, don't want to deal with it

      This isn't just what I think. I had a cup of coffee at Barnes and Nobles, and got to talking with an older guy, probably in his seventies, who had lived in a town just outside Chattanooga all his life. He basically echoed the things I'd seen. He said you just couldn't believe some of the things in the paper these days.

      I didn't feel safe there, and didn't start to relax until I got on 64, and off of the freeway. I was really glad to get home.

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  2. this sounds distressing, to think a lot of our cities are going this way

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    1. A long time ago, I read a book by an English woman, entitled "Londonistan." It was about how the Moslems are taking over England and forcing their own customs, like sharia law and polygamy on the indigenous English because the politicians running the country are all for "multiculturalism." When I read it, I thought it was pretty terrible but I didn't think it could ever happen here. A couple of days in Atlanta, Chattanooga, or I suppose , just about any American city will show it can. It's one thing to read about it, or see it on the news. It's really disheartening to see it for yourself.

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  3. So sad to see this happen to our country. Getting old really sucks, but I don't think I would want to be young starting a new life now. I'm just glad to be up here in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan---ken

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    1. Ken, I hate it that my two adult kids are living in this environment. My daughter told me that things have really deteriorated in the city she lives in since the President was elected. Now that the laws on immigration are being enforced, or at least the government is trying to enforce them, there's been a huge flood of illegals to "sanctuary cities." My daughter lives in one of those cities. The first thing these tumbleweeds do is to go to the city government to sign up for free housing, free food, free medical, free everything.

      When my daughter moved up there we got a really nice apartment for her. She had lived in a not so nice neighborhood in Jacksonville Florida and we had all had enough of that.

      So we rented a nice apartment, on a little lake. Mostly young couples. It was expensive but the peace of mind was worth it. Then a New York company bought the apartment complex and the first thing they did was sign a contract with the state to house migrants. Now my daughter has all kinds of low life druggies and riff raff living in her building. They have totally destroyed what was a nice place. People aren't safe there anymore.

      She has applied for a transfer to Nashville. We have to get her out of the current place no matter what, but I told her Nashville isn't going to be any better. Still, she doesn't want to quit her job, and lose her time with the company. Anything would be better than what she has now.

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  4. sorry you had so much trouble with the residents of the city. But I understand why the BLM have trouble with the immigrants - they are taking $$$ from the people on welfare who are already here. Thats gotta hurt (insert evil laugh).

    Hey - we tried to warn you.

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    1. The different groups all seem to be antagonistic to each other. "Black" doesn't mean much anymore since so many Africans have come to the U.S. and they aren't interested in Urban Black Culture, at least not in any positive way. All the Moslems we import bring all their hatreds and filthy habits with them, they don't just turn into "Americans" by stepping off the plane. Nor have they the slightest interest in becoming Americanized. Far from it, they're recruiting out of the prisons and inner cities and absorbing those people into their own bloody culture.

      I tried to think of one historical example where two different cultural groups tried to share the same living space, and I couldn't. It all seems to wind up with the more aggressive, less tolerant culture eradicating or absorbing the other.

      The only good thing is that while the BLM are fighting the Somalis and Kenyans and Nigerians, and Chadians ad infinitum, they won't have time to beat up on white guys who don't like their revolting "music."

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  5. As I am sure you know, this has become the norm everywhere. There isn't enough money to get me to go into downtown Minneapolis or St. Paul. Just my opinion, we seem to be careening downhill into third world status with no way to stop.

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    1. My trip to Chattanooga would surely support that analysis. The thing with the people in the breakfast room at the hotel pretty well typified the situation. Those guys were hogs, had the manners of a monkey, and didn't think twice about taking all the food. They should immigrate to Africa where they'd fit right in with the local culture.

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  6. They can't get all the free stuff in Africa though. Only our Religious orgs and leftard Government could be stupid enough to import the entire worlds freeloaders..
    Glad you made it there and back safe. It boils my blood that we as the rightful owners of our country have to tiptoe around, watch our backs, and generally act as if it is US that are trespassing...Mark my words, there is going to be pushback, and it is going to be ugly. When you think about it ALL of this has chiefly been brought to us by a single political philosophy, if not a single party. Think Gun control also...When will we the people say enough? If it does not happen soon, it may be too late.

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    1. My Uncle was living in Atlanta during the 1980's, but he bailed out in the early 90's. The state came into the area where he lived, bought up a bunch of houses, and bulldozed them. Then they built low income housing/subsidized housing. The BLM moved in, the place became a war zone, and he went to Florida. That's what is happening where my daughter lives. From nice people and nice homes to immigrants who live by a whole different set of rules, and make life hellish for the Americans who are trying to live there.

      One thing about being white in cities is you never know when you are going to catch the eye of some recent addition to the population who sees you as a legitimate prey. Or some inner city Goblin who thinks it's entertaining to beat people up to the point of crippling them.

      I have a lot of faith in President Trump, but he is being assailed on all sides by the pygmies of the press, the leftards, the Schumerites, and the Republicans as well as the Democrats. I begin to wonder if they will be successful in just blocking him at every turn. I hope not. Things are bad enough after eight years of that dyed in the wood son of a bitch Barrack the Raghead.

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  7. You'd think you had traveled to a foreign country or something. I guess that is what the mutli-cultis wanted and now we have it. Ironic that the real africans don't get along "african americans". Its come to bite them in the derriere. So much for all that warm and fuzzy multi-culty stuff. Sent you an email a couple days ago to you philnolan address.

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    1. The one about things at Cro Magnons? Got it. He won't get fussed.

      I've spent a lot of time overseas, in places like Turkey, and I never felt nervous, even when I had to travel in Turkish Army convoys to get where I was going because the roads were infested with bandits.

      But I don't feel safe in Atlanta or Chattanooga, the only two cities I travel to anymore, and then only when I have to.

      The incoming Africans and Islamists are cutting into the territory of the BLM, and as far as I can tell, these new comers are a lot more experienced in the real practical application of violence. They don't just talk the talk. I'm pretty sure if the cop hadn't wandered into the food court just when he did, the Somalis were about the kick the collective asses of the baggy shorts crowd. I would dearly have loved to see that, but alas, fate decreed otherwise.

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  8. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)


    I know the tension your referring to 'Harry. I experienced that overseas in a few places I went. Chattanooga is the now 'New Beirut' so many factions. Most are barely able to contain the violence towards each other. The lack of resources and lack of space is the root cause of the tension. 'New Beirut' is one step away from a full meltdown.

    I am glad we don't have those problems in my part of Texas. I know those problems may exist in some Texas cities but even Houston, Dallas and Austin sound better than 'New Beirut'

    I gotta check that Mosin book out. I have not entered a Barnes and Nobles book store in at least three years. I get everything online. I prefer not to deal with throngs of humans. They are always disappointing.

    "Harry The White Witch Doctor"
    The behavior of the Africans at that hotel breakfast was unacceptable. You should have told them that are a 'White Witch Doctor' and you curse them with 'stomach problems' I bet some kind of mental trigger would have been set and half of them really would have stomach problems. Play upon their superstitions. 'Psy Op's are a wonderful thing:)

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    1. The annoying individuals at the hotel breakfast bar weren't African, they were middle eastern of some type or other. Chattanooga seems to have become infested with them. I ran a search on the Chattanooga paper and there were lots of articles about the new "immigrants" and the big problems they are causing in the city. I thought about linking some of them, then I thought, no, nobody ever reads links.

      I actually prefer not to have any communications with the Africans, the Sand People, or any of the other debris being washed up on the shores of America. I don't have anything to say to them, and I damn sure don't want to be the next person they mob and beat to a pulp.

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  9. Dang. Cities aren't getting any better. Glad you made it out of there. Boston is the closest big city to me, and I don't get that tense feeling the few times I'm down there. What I feel is just my normal, I don't like cities.

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    1. You should take a trip down to Chattanooga, see the sights, broaden your horizons! Meet interesting people and interact with them... or not. It probably depends on what part of the city you go into. I don't know anything about Boston, but I can tell you that in Chattanooga, the red brick buildings next to I75 at the foot of Look Out Mountain is a good place to avoid. I had my infamous run in with the four "young black men" on Gun Barrel Road in Chattanooga, which is a big commercial district full of big box stores and the Mall set up. I used to love Chattanooga. We always stayed at the Chattanooga Choo Choo Holiday Inn. It has a lot of atmosphere, had a great buffet breakfast, the kids loved the indoor pool, and you got free tickets to the Tennessee Aquarium included in your room fee.

      But now, with all the different dogs and ponies there and all the turmoil in the city, I would just as soon not go there. Asheville, North Carolina is still a nice place, I'd rather go there.

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    2. I was in Asheville a few years ago. My daughter and her family were heading south and we were heading north. It was a good place to meet. My son-in-law went to college there so he had friends in the area. We camped nearby, checked out the shops and food. Good time. Found an actual used book and record store that was doing a brisk business.

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  10. Were you carrying up there?

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    1. Yes. I had a Taurus PT-92 and two extra magazines in a Galco Miami Classic Rig. I had a large canister of bear spray in the car, and a small can of mace in my vest pocket.

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    2. Hey Harry,

      (captaincrunch)

      Next time you go. Get Air Support and an armored Hummer:)

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    3. Mr. Flashman, you may also want to add one of those high power flashlights to your EDC when in cities. The beam (especially after dark) will completely blind a person for about half a minute, allowing you and others to run away without being committing permanent violence that is VERY EXPENSIVE to fix if LEOs get involved. The ones with a crenolated bezel are especially useful if someone clinchs you from behind.

      I'm glad you were able to stay away from confrontation, but you have the means to defend your life if required. Sounds like a good plan to me.

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  11. When a man can't even have a simple and peaceful continental breakfast in America we are in for some deep kim chee...

    You live in a different country than I do Harry. Where I live there are no morlocks, Paki's, African and Syrian refugees. We do have some migrant Mexican farm laborers but they usually don't bother anybody. We speak English here. We carry guns in our trucks. We are independent... Kinda like the U.S. 50 years ago. --Troy

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    1. Well, up here where I live, we have the Hispanics to deal with. But the BLM and all these immigrants from the middle east and other hell's half acre places are creeping this way. Our grocery store was robbed this week by a black guy, none of the grocery stores have ever been robbed here since I moved here in 1986 and God knows how long before that.

      I'm pretty sure the Governor of your State is doing his dead level best to import Middle Eastern "Refugees." I can't remember where I read an article on that but I'm sure I did. I'll see if I can find it.

      Life in the countryside is not so bad. But life in the cities is bad and getting worse.

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  12. Don from West Virginia.

    I know the feeling. I dread leaving Appalachia to go to big cities in surrounding states like Richmond, Columbus, or Lexington. My woman and I had lunch last
    week in Huntington at Max and Erma's just to get a taste of
    a metro restaurant, and were happy not to see brathas or sand niggers. Obamination was always gripeing at West Virgina because we didn't take our "fair share" of muslem immigrants
    So he tried to get church groups to sneak them in. People here were wise to that trick after the war on coal and Obamascam.

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    1. People in West Virginia seem to have a lot of common sense. I can't believe the stupidity of some of the Churches, bringing this curse in on their own people. But I know a lot of money changes hands, federal money paid to "facilitators" who arrange places to dump the immigrants, and a lot of that money sticks to the fingers of state politicians and church officials.

      It's hard to come down out of an environment that is relatively stable, and understandable, into a city that is basically divided up into ethnic enclaves and you don't know who is doing what to whom. I avoid it like the plague, but sometimes, like this week, I just have to go and try to be careful.

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  13. I see more foreigners here all the time, and i live near what's considered by many to be a "small" town.

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    1. It's happening everywhere. You don't really notice it at first. That's how it was here with the Hispanics. First, just a few. Then a lot of kids showing up in the schools, who spoke no English, from parents who paid no property tax. Then the gangs started, then burglaries, and on and on. Chattanooga is less than 100 miles from my place. It's infested.

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  14. Were you maybe in the wrong areas? A friend has been there a few times in the last couple years (there was a guy she dated but that fizzled an she fell in love with the place) and plans to move there. Her experiences have been very positive.

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    1. Ryan, it's a nice place, until it isn't. Over the last few years, when I have posted about Chattanooga, it was with generally positive outlook. Then in the last year or so, the Moslem activities there became more and more public, more "in your face." Then the feds started dumping "immigrants" in Chattanooga and eastern Tennessee. Nashville, for instance, has the highest population of Kurds in the whole country. That influx of immigrants accelerated the deterioration. Then I had that run in with those four black gorillas, and my attitude changed dramatically. You don't need many of those incidents to make you start looking around and seeing clearly what's going on. That happened on Gun Barrel Road, in the shopping district of the city, with nice stores, restaurants, offices, etc. No where near the really troglodyte parts of the city like the airport, or out near the foot of Look Out Mountain.

      She needs to get on line and start reading the Chattanooga News Chronicle, which bills itself as "An African American Newspaper."

      http://www.chattanooganewschronicle.com

      There's also the Chattanooga Times Free Press:

      http://www.timesfreepress.com/

      Even the Washington Post recently ran a story about the disruption caused by immigrants in Chattanooga, although they blamed it all on the President.

      If my daughter told me she was moving there I'd stroke out.

      Getting an nice place in a "nice area" doesn't work either. We did that for my daughter up North and now the area that was clean and pleasant, and safe three years ago is a shooting gallery at night, and a drug market by day. Girls can't even go outside at night without a big dog, just to go throw the trash in the dumpster where E lives. Chattanooga is getting the same way fast.

      The Mayor of Chattanooga since 2013 is a Democrat named Andy Berke. He's poured millions into entitlement programs aimed at placating the Goblins, basically give aways like "digital equality." He was all lovey dovey with the immigration program until July 16, 2015, when Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez went berserk and murdered four Marines and a Sailor. The shooter was born in America and was part of the large Moslem community in Chattanooga.

      Crime is high in Chattanooga, as is violence between different ethnic groups. There have been some absolutely horrific incidents there where groups of minorities have killed young white people in particularly repulsive ways.

      Why anyone would still want to live there is beyond me. You can have a nice house out in the suburbs, and work in a nice office, and never have any problems til the day you do, then it doesn't matter how "nice" it was up til then. And it doesn't matter if the people who whack you are inner city BLM from the PJ's, Somalis, Syrians, or whoever. You're still done for.

      So it's kind of like "Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how did you like the play?"

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    2. Harry, It makes sense and I trust your perspective. It was just curious there was such a disconnect between the two. She might be hanging out in nice areas and have Rose colored glasses on.

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    3. I'm just thinking out loud , really. It infuriates me, to see what's happened to what was once one of the nicest cities in the South. It was so clean, and the people were friendly, black or white. Now you have people shouting "F*** you, MF" in a mall food court full of other people who just wanted to have a nice meal and enjoy the mall.
      It's depressing.

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  15. you know, all this is like the mycelium of a fungus.
    it spreads underground and is undetectable until the toadstools spring up.
    the liberals will succeed in finishing the destruction of this nation.
    cannot figure out why they want to kill the goose that lays the golden eggs since they and their kind get all the eggs.
    they must have plans to somehow come out on top after all the destruction is over.
    what you have written shows that they infiltration is all but complete and there may be no turning back.
    it is hard to combat an infection if it is so well hidden.

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    1. I think Donald Trump is the only one, and I mean the only one, who has tried to address this massive influx of bocas inutil, and worse. But at every turn, his efforts to build the wall, deport the aliens, and stop the influx of utterly useless parasites has been stymied by the Shadow State, the Democrats and Republicans. The only people who really want anything done about it are the people who voted Trump, the "progressives" are happy with the current trends. After all, white Americans are bad people, Anglo-European values are bad values, so the sooner we "old white guys" disappear the better. And everyone knows Christianity is a "bad" religion, so we need to get rid of that, and either have no religion but Obama worship, or have Islam which reeks, but at least it's not Christianity. Get rid of Christianity, and you've gone a long way to getting rid of Western values per se.

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  16. I'm glad you and your dear wife made it home safely. We don't have the problems here, yet. The next county over made a resolution to not allow 'refugees'. It's a poor county anyways, but I'm surprised they haven't been a target to push one in.

    I'm still praying your children move to safer environments.

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    1. hobo, we're working with the kids, right now we disagree on where they should go. We also disagree on whether or not they should stay with the company they are working for. It's a good company, treats employees well, pays well, has good benefits, and my kids like it. BUT it only has offices in major cities, so as long as they work for it they'll be stuck living in the cities, which are becoming more and more like something out of an H.G. Wells novel daily.

      If the feds offered cash, our county commissioner would welcome ISIS here, I have no doubt. I'm already worried about a big complex being built out towards the North Carolina line. The "party line" we're being given is that it is just a set of apartments for retirees. But the rumor is it's low cost government housing, and we sure as hell don't need a thousand new residents from the P.J.'s in Atlanta.

      I was really careful over there, and took a lot of precautions to avoid any kind of confrontation. But that's not conducive to enjoying the visit to the city.

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  17. I really like your blog, read it religiously every day. I work for a company that does oil changes and lubes on semi-trucks. When I first started, I would say about 60/40% of the customers were owner/operators that were white guys. Now it's changed the other way around. I'll describe these other drivers as "middle eastern/Somali looking drivers, that work for companies that were getting loans from OBAMIE'S government for truck loans, insurance coverage, etc. Other drivers would not qualify? They dominate the S--tfornia trucking industry from from Bakersfield down to San Diego counties. Their companies go in & lowball for low load bids & win. They treat women cashiers like crap; I've even had one refuse to talk to me because of his religion. Some of them hardly speak any UNDERSTANDABLE ENGLISH; & it's scary to know they are driving a big truck.

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    1. You know, for the longest time, most of the people who write blogs I keep up with wouldn't even discuss this subject. They knew we were making big trouble for ourselves, nurturing illegal immigration, putting up with the government basically bribing people to sneak into this country with free food, free medical care, free housing, free school and taxing the hell out of the American working class to do it. Letting in all these Indians, Pakistanis, Somalis who were here to squeeze every last cent out of the country and the people living here that they possibly could. But people kept quiet because they didn't want to be called "racist." I used to avoid even using the word "black" because I didn't want people to consider me racist.

      But then, as things got worse and worse, people started saying what they saw, what they thought, and they started making their displeasure known.

      I guess my blog has gotten more "strident" over the passage of time, but I got to the point where I felt like if something was a truth, then it could be said, regardless of how politically incorrect it might be.

      I doubt that there's hardly a gas station or a cheap motel in the State of Georgia now that's not owned by a Pakistani or an Indian. Even in my own little town here in the Blue Ridge mountains, they've started buying them up. I went into a gas station I don't pass by very often the other day. I was going to get a cup of coffee and sit at the table they had in there, and hear what was going on in the county from the old guys who always hung out there.

      But the table was gone, and there was a bunch of coolers in it's place. The old guys were gone. And there behind the counter was a "babu". Even up here.

      It's damned hard for an American citizen to compete with imported foreigners, when the transplants are given tax breaks and all kinds of other incentives to "start a business" that aren't available to citizens. I better not even get started on that or this will have to go to two "comments" because it's too long.

      I appreciate your comment and I'm glad you like the blog. There are a lot of good people that stop by here.

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    2. I saw 'Aisha' the wife of the prophet at a grocery store, really I did. She had the full burka deal. Was about four foot tall and was walking out to her car. I was thinking that because' it looked like a kid in full burka which was strange. 'Suddenly I thought of the prophet's wife and how she married at six years old and the marriage was consecrated at age eight (pretty disgusting and demented)

      On the Wikipedia page there is no mention of Aisha's age at marriage. I wonder why. Is that community embarrassed by that fact? Is it something they don't want to face. 'Was Muhammad a child molester as well as the greatest con artist in the history of the human race for even starting a false religion that rules billions?

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    3. That's the problem with multiculturalism as it applies to Islam. They accept as normal things that we consider to be abominations. So if you have a Moslem neighbor, and he wants to cohabitate with child, is that ok? If White Chester the Molester did that, he'd be a sex offender and in prison. But the progressives say, "oh, no, you can't interfere, that's their culture." So you have two sets of laws, the laws of the "host" country and the Sharia law. In large swaths of some British cities, Sharia law is enforced in Sharia courts. British common law just isn't applied and this is done with the tacit approval of British officials at all levels. Now the same thing is happening here. You can't mix oil and water. No matter how hard you try, or how much you want to, it just doesn't happen.

      I've had people tell me that in most Moslem countries, that kind of thing doesn't go on. But when I ask them to name just one where it doesn't exist to some extent, they usually say Indonesia. But they haven't done their research, because Indonesia is beset with this very issue.

      When the Mexicans started flooding into Gainesville, Ga they moved into the part of town that was then occupied by blacks for the most part. The black people kept up their places, and it wasn't a gated community environment but it was "small southern town." Then the Mexicans came. They packed in 18 people into little houses designed for a single family. They pulled junk cars up in the yards, took the parts they needed off them, and just let the junkers up on blocks in the front yard. They slaughtered goats in their front yards, and hung them up to bleed out on the porch. Gainesville's city council passed an ordinance against doing that, but the Mexicans just blithely ignored it. Then friction started on a large scale, and the blacks moved out. Now that whole part of the town is Hispanic.

      That's another example of people who have one set of values intruding on people who have another set of values. It just doesn't work. And the end result of the collision is usually that the weaker, less aggressive, less numerous group disappears.

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