Giffords Shooting: The Last Word

Arizona

A single cartoon says more about the Giffords shooting in Arizona than all the worthless columns I have read in the media and all the progressive blather that I have seen on television.

A Media Guide to the Giffords Shooting

Is it really that difficult to understand? This will be my last post on the subject. I am ready to move on to other matters.

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36 Responses to Giffords Shooting: The Last Word

  1. Wolf says:

    First, I’d like to thank all my white brothers and sisters for their comments on the previous threads. (What is race but extended family?)

    Second, I’d like to say that regardless what might have been the shooter’s motive, the anti-white left will use whatever tools at its disposal to denigrate European Americans. For instance, they probably knew from the beginning that AmRen or anti-immigration organizations had no tie to the shooter but still saw it as an opportunity to smear these groups. Rahm Emmanuel once said that you cannot let a good crisis go to waste.

  2. Rush Limbaugh has been unloading on them for several days now:

    http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/daily/site_011211/content/01125106.guest.html

    BANFIELD: Instead he points to this online documentary series called Zeitgeist as the gas on Loughner’s fire. It’s a documentary movement that rails on currency-based economics.

    OSLER: I really think that this is Zeitgeist documentary had a profound impact upon Jared Loughner’s mind-set and how he viewed the world that he lives in.

    RUSH: It wasn’t just Zeitgeist. ” According to reports, Loughner’s favorites included little-known conspiracy theory documentaries such as ‘Zeitgeist’ and ‘Loose Change’ as well as … ‘Donnie Darko’ and ‘A Scanner Darkly.’” Now, Zeitgeist is “a 2007 documentary that asserts Jesus Christ is a myth, that 9/11 was orchestrated by the government, and that bankers manipulate the international monetary system and the media in order to consolidate power.” So a conspiracy movie (put together by deranged leftists, it turns out) appears to be, according to his best friend, the most influential media of this young man’s life. “‘Loose Change’ is a series of films released between 2005 and 2009 which argue that the September 11, 2001 attacks were planned and conducted by elements within the United States government…”

    So he’s a “truther,” or he bought into this notion that the people like — a couple of Hollywood lefties, I forget their names — have advanced the notion that Bush was behind all of this on 9/11, the government was. “‘Donnie Darko’ (2001) and ‘A Scanner Darkly’ (2006) are movies about altered states of consciousness and brainwashing.” So left-wing documentary makers are not to blame for his actions even though his close friends identify left-wing documentaries and movies as highly influential. How come Hollywood is not to blame? And guess who’s also escaping total blame here? Let me identify that person by asking you a question: If George W. Bush were president today, who do you think the media would be blaming for this?

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  4. Hail says:

    Here is a political cartoon that makes the point even more sharply and succinctly.

  5. That’s a good one.

    There are multiple lines of evidence that Loughner’s sympathies were with the Left. Several of his friends and classmates have explicitly said that. Some have said he was apolitical or became more apolitical and obsessed with conspiracy theories over time.

    No one who knows him has described him as “rightwing” or “conservative” but “Left” and “quite liberal” have been used several times now. Nothing about his profile suggests he was a conservative.

    Some posts of his on Above Top Secret and a gaming forum came to light yesterday. He talks about 9/11 being an “inside job” and how the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan violated the Geneva convention.

    He was heavily influenced by Loose Change and Zeitgeist. He smoked pot, loved black metal, read deeply into nihilist and postmodernist philosophy, he had several non-White friends, he liked flag burning and hated Christianity.

    Having known similar people over the years, I don’t know any of them who sympathize with conservatism. Quite the opposite.

  6. Mighty says:

    I’m not without sympathy for the victims and their families, but I am sick of this story because it has been co-opted by the legion of emotional vampires in the MSM – every last one of these automatons, these emotive blood-suckers, repeat the same words, the same message, over and over and over again …

    Just listening to Hume, Baier and Krauthammer’s commentary, after the Arizona memorial, was nauseating as it was nothing more than a shameless exercise in rhetorical masturbation.

    The hypocrisy of it all was enough to make my ears bleed. They lauded Obama for his politically neutral stance and eloquent tone – the same Obama whom allowed his DHS to [attempt] to smear AmRen.

    FOX should have held his feet to the fire, unapologetically.

  7. icr says:

    House GOP wimps out on Steve King chairmanship:
    http://www.examiner.com/immigration-reform-in-national/gop-already-disappointing-those-who-want-border-immigration-enforcement

    On Friday, it was announced that Rep. Elton Gallegly (R-CA) will head the House Subcommittee on Immigration Policy and Enforcement. The California Congressman was chosen for the top job, even though Rep. Steve King (R-IA) was the ranking member of the subcommittee when Democrats controlled the House.
    Rep. King has consistently been the loudest voice in the U.S. Congress, calling for strict border enforcement and at times, seemingly the only one on Capitol Hill who is concerned about the public safety crisis caused by illegal immigration.

    (…)

  8. icr says:

    They don’t seem serious about immigration:
    http://federaleagent86.blogspot.com/2011/01/disappointment-yes.html
    (….)

    Wow, authorizing National Guard deployment to the border. What a change, what hope, what difference would it make? Unless the NG is deployed in numbers over 30,000, armed and authorized to make arrests, their impact will and has been minimal.
    Other than mandating E-Verify, most of these bills, few with any chance of passing, would make any real difference. There aren’t really that many anchor babies. None of these bills would identify or remove any great number of illegal aliens.
    What the Republicans need to do, besides mandate E-Verify is:
    fully fund detention of all aliens in removal proceeding;
    mandate detention for all arrested aliens throughout the removal process, from initial arrest through any hearings and until final removal;
    prohibit employment authorization for aliens in removal proceedings other than those making a cognizable claim of U.S. citizenship or legal permanent residence;
    mandate the use of expedited removal and its expansion to all illegal aliens except those making a facially cognizable claims to legal permanent residency or U.S. citizenship;
    a non-feasance act requiring DHS officials who encounter illegal aliens to take action against the illegal alien;
    prohibit the DHS from waiving criminal and administrative action against aliens;
    mandate cooperation between DHS, the IRS and Social Security Administration as between the three, the government knows where almost all of the working illegal aliens live and work;
    end chain migration;
    make unlawful presence by an alien a criminal offense;
    prohibit adjustment of status by illegal aliens;
    mandate reporting of all illegal aliens who use any public welfare system to the DHS;
    mandate reporting of all illegal aliens attending public pre-secondary and secondary educational institutions to the DHS;
    prohibit employers from using the H and L non-immigrant visa catagories from replacing or refusing to hire Americans or legal permanent residents;
    prohibit adjustment of status by any alien not in a non-immigrant catagory with employment authorization.

    (…)

  9. Simmons says:

    The political center will not hold simply because America’s political center is a neurotic white American soccer mom who wants “niceness” in a world that cannot provide it to everyone. Then add the plutocrat looters to this mix who think they can blur everything and control everything, and what have they got to show for it, Paul Krugman and Ben Bernanke.

  10. Simmons says:

    But as HW points out our vanguard hates the concept of being the “center” they want all of us to run for the fringe, typical right wing extremist thought, all groups do this like Flemings catholic cult and Hill’s confederate re-enactors guild all want to run for the fringe. Then they wonder why their cults are so small, but send money anyway.

    I want the political center to have as one of its principles to root out all this anti-White behavior. (note to all you Joooo obsessives this will mean a prime opportunity to correct the past injustices) Plus there will be alot of money in this, for example Madoff funded the SPLC, thats real money folks.

  11. Jackson says:

    “A Scanner Darkly” is an amazing novel by Phillip K. Dick that describes the descent into madness of an ampetemene user and his circle of friends, including some undercover police. It was set in the near future at the time it was written. It is obviously at least partially autobiographicial, and is dedicated to a deceased friend of the authors. It was made into a movie that used cellular annimation.

    It is a very weird story, by a very weird man, turned into a extremely odd movie that is probably as close to living inside the mind of a hallucinating psychotic as most of us are ever likely to get.

    The worst crazy people are the ones who see that they are going crazy and embrace it, and deliberately drive themselves into the depths of psychosis. It sounds like Jared, with his use of powerful psychedelic drugs, strange conspiracy politics, and preference for drug and violence infused music and art was such a person.

    In a rational society he would be beheaded in public next week and we’d be done with his drama. In our sick one we’ll be hearing about this fucktard for the next 15 years, at least. (We still get to hear about John Hinkley about every 24 months). Being a psycho-killer is the surest way to get more than your 15 minutes of fame in America, sadly.

    Yes, let’s please move on. How about Donald Trump entering the Presidential race? That will add some zest.

  12. Joe of the Mountain says:

    There was this concept in my first graduate management class, that power takes several forms. Of course we all know about “legitimate” power — the state and its police powers for example, but there was this type called “Referent Power”.

    Referent was chosen as a cognate to “reverent” and means, more or less, “the power one has because he is revered”.

    If Whites want to be back on top — or even left alone by the Global Majorities — they need to act the part again.

    It would be a great step if the pervasive attitude of apologia, even whining and sniveling “woe is me!” were ditched. Confidence. A winner’s attitude. Assume the best. “Fake it ’till you make it.”

    The Left did just that for 60 years, perhaps peaking with this AZ shooting disaster. Look what it did for them then ask yourself, How do you want to be seen? A sore loser? Or a leader worthy of respect?

  13. Nightowl says:

    He looks like the Macrocephalic Aliens on Talos 4 from the 1966 Star Trek Episode The Menagerie. Creepy the way he plucked out his eyebrows, that was in some Pink Floyd movie back in the 80s.

    What I like about Trump is that he is injecting the destructive issue of Unprotected Trade into the political discourse. Not one of these clowns seems to care that our whole job base has been decimated by treasonous sociopaths that sent all our jobs overseas. Most Americans are pissed at the decimation of our industries, yet the elite don’t even want to talk about it. To them promiscuous Unprotected Trade is a sacrament as sacrosanct as sodomy is to the left.

  14. Earlmundo Armand Pitts III says:

    President BO is working hard to get his pound of flesh out of the Safeway tragedy.

  15. Discard says:

    Nightowl: Sacrament. That’s the word. And it explains why they so hate “heretics”.

  16. Oldtimer says:

    “He looks like the Macrocephalic Aliens on Talos 4 from the 1966 Star Trek Episode The Menagerie. ”
    Or alternatively, he looks an awful lot like “uncle Fester” from the original Adams Family tv series.

  17. Captainchaos says:

    “I am ready to move on to other matters.”

    Yes. New and exciting frontiers such as the evils of “vanguardism” and the importance of voting Republican.

  18. jkr says:

    everything you post seems like a painful, tortured, soul searching struggle with your own identity. your writing is depressing. not the topics it covers, but the emotional state it conveys. you give the vibe of being very uncomfortable with your self chosen role.

  19. You are on my website, why?

  20. Daley says:

    Yes. New and exciting frontiers such as the evils of “vanguardism” and the importance of voting Republican.

    Ditto. That’s all these boards ever discuss anymore. I assume the topic of blacks is off-limits since the GOP is trying to court them as is any nonwhite Republican like Nikki Haley or Tim Scott. These people are gold in your eyes. I can’t speak for anyone else but I come on here every once and while to be amused because I think your a phoney using your website to sway people off the true path to freedom.

  21. Wandrin says:

    @Mighty
    “every last one of these automatons, these emotive blood-suckers, repeat the same words, the same message, over and over and over again”

    Standard tactics. Most people don’t watch every news broadcast and even those watching may not be paying full attention. Constant repitition of a simple message is the way to get full saturation – Bob Whitaker’s mantra idea follows the same principle.

  22. Ernest says:

    I assume the topic of blacks is off-limits since the GOP is trying to court them as is any nonwhite Republican like Nikki Haley or Tim Scott.

    Herman Cain & Black Caucus member Allen West are the hottest & latest GOP colorblind heroes. The ‘I am afraid to be white’ GOP are not only hellbent but proud of following the progressives right into the pit of hell

  23. Mary says:

    everything you post seems like a painful, tortured, soul searching struggle with your own identity. your writing is depressing. not the topics it covers, but the emotional state it conveys. you give the vibe of being very uncomfortable with your self chosen role.

    Pffffffft…….Are you kidding me? I am really inspired by quite a lot of Hunter’s stuff these days! This negative characterization couldn’t be further from the truth imho.
    Maybe yer projecting?
    Oh well, to each their own .

  24. Hail says:

    Herman Cain & Black Caucus member Allen West are the hottest & latest GOP colorblind heroes. The ‘I am afraid to be white’ GOP are not only hellbent but proud of following the progressives right into the pit of hell

    Allen West For President…Is what some whites are saying, without irony. Lawrence Auster was the first (that I remember) to point out that Republican leaders and talkers endorsed the idea of a nonwhite president as a very desirable thing on racial grounds, just as much as Obamaniacs wanted The Magic Negro in.

  25. Oldtimer says:

    “That’s the first thing I thought when I saw his bald pic. But your the first person I’ve heard say it.”
    There aren’t many people around (at least on this blog) who remember that show, Fred. Maybe Discard does, but I knew there had to be one or two other “oldtimers” here.

  26. Discard says:

    Oldtimer: I remember. Stick a lightbulb in that guy’s mouth.

  27. Brutus says:

    Now, guys, you don’t have to be that old to know about the Addams Family! It is still not infrequently shown as reruns . I know it was at least on a few years ago, probably on “tvland,” though I can’t remember which channel at the moment.

    Speaking of the Republicans, yes, they are right back hard on the “outreach trail” it seems. The other night I was visiting my uncle and he had an “Indianapolis Star” newspaper. I picked it up and glanced at a few pages. There was not one, but several articles discussing the Indiana GOP leaders and even some of the newly elected politicos . They are apparently making it a priority to try to recruit and attract more blacks and Mexicans.

    What the hell is with this? I mean, really, it is getting downright annoying and I am not at all for sure it is just posturing for appearance sake.

  28. Mighty says:

    “everything you post seems like a painful, tortured, soul searching struggle with your own identity. your writing is depressing. not the topics it covers, but the emotional state it conveys. you give the vibe of being very uncomfortable with your self chosen role.”

    Sounds like a left-wing troll.

  29. Daley says:

    It’s not posturing, it’s very real. The elites that control both the RNC and the DNC all go to the same cocktail parties, country clubs, bar mitzvahs, synagogues and fundraisers and try to out compete each other for more colored people. As Pat Buchanan said, the parties are like two wings on the same bird. I know this was Hunter’s position because he had an article on here about it before this became a political blog. The RNC bringing in more “conservative” lawn jockeys to decorate the Republican plantation.

  30. Simmons says:

    You want to see kooks go to Kuntlser’s CFN a couple of anti-whites are frothing at Vlad and he is only being 10% effective. If he called them anti-Whites instead of letting them hide behind “anti-racist” good lord knows what they would do themselves or worse the country.

  31. The “true path to freedom” being attacking conservatives and posting anonymous comments on the internet.

    Hmm. Let me think.

    If conservatives are the enemy, who are 50 to 60 percent of the White population, liberals are 20 percent of the population, and the rest are moderates, then who exactly is supposed to be persuaded to create a White ethnostate in North America?

    Oh wait. I keep forgetting that Harold Covington and the 5 alienated vanguardists in the bunker are going to pull this off!

  32. Daley,

    You haven’t answered my question.

    Who is supposed to create the White ethnostate?

  33. Oldtimer says:

    “Oldtimer: I remember. Stick a lightbulb in that guy’s mouth.”
    LOL! Yes Discard, I forgot about Fester’s lightbulb!

  34. Brutus says:

    Are the men who are prioritizing increasing the black and Hispanic vote the enemy of whites in the Heartland?

  35. Ernest says:

    So the GOP got rid of Hip Hop and elected another progressive. Yay team!

    Mr. Priebus clerked for the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund in Los Angeles, California.

  36. Robert in Arabia says:

    WASHINGTON—More than a week after President Barack Obama’s cold-blooded killing of a local couple, members of the American news media admitted Tuesday that they were still trying to find the best angle for covering the gruesome crime.

    “I know there’s a story in there somewhere,” said Newsweek editor Jon Meacham, referring to Obama’s home invasion and execution-style slaying of Jeff and Sue Finowicz on Apr. 8. “Right now though, it’s probably best to just sit back and wait for more information to come in. After all, the only thing we know for sure is that our president senselessly murdered two unsuspecting Americans without emotion or hesitation.”

    Added Meacham, “It’s not so cut and dried.”

    Associated Press reporters investigate any possible gym training regimens the president might have used to get into peak physical condition for the murders.Since the killings took place, reporters across the country have struggled to come up with an appropriate take on the ruthless crime, with some wondering whether it warrants front-page coverage, and others questioning its relevance in a fast-changing media landscape.

    “What exactly is the news hook here?” asked Rick Kaplan, executive producer of the CBS Evening News. “Is this an upbeat human-interest story about a ‘day in the life’ of a bloodthirsty president who likes to kill people? Or is it more of an examination of how Obama’s unusual upbringing in Hawaii helped to shape the way he would one day viciously butcher two helpless citizens in their own home?”

    “Or maybe the story is just that murder is cool now,” Kaplan continued. “I don’t know. There are a million different angles on this one.”

    So far, the president’s double-homicide has not been covered by any major news outlets. The only two mentions of the heinous tragedy have been a 100-word blurb on the Associated Press wire and an obituary on page E7 of this week’s edition of the Lake County Examiner.

    While Obama has expressed no remorse for the grisly murders—point-blank shootings with an unregistered .38-caliber revolver—many journalists said it would be irresponsible for the press to sensationalize the story.

    “There’s been some debate around the office about whether we should report on this at all,” Washington Post senior reporter Bill Tracy said while on assignment at a local dog show. “It’s enough of a tragedy without the press jumping in and pointing fingers or, worse, exploiting the violence. Plus, we need to be sensitive to the victims’ families at this time. Their loved ones were brutally, brutally murdered, after all.”

    Nevertheless, a small contingent of independent journalists has begun to express its disapproval and growing shock over the president’s actions.

    “I hate to rain on everyone’s parade, but we are in the midst of an economic crisis here,” political pundit Marcus Reid said. “Why was our president ritualistically dismembering the corpses of his prey when he should have been working on a new tax proposal for small businesses? I, for one, am outraged.”

    The New York Times newsroom is reportedly still undecided on whether or not to print a recent letter received from Obama, in which the president threatens to kill another helpless citizen every Tuesday and “fill [his] heavenly palace with slaves for the afterlife” unless the police “stop the darkness from screaming.”

    “President Obama’s letter presents us with a classic journalistic quandary,” executive editor Bill Keller said. “If we print it, then we’re giving him control over the kinds of stories we choose to run. It would be an acknowledgment that we somehow give the nation’s commander in chief special treatment.”

    Added Keller, “And that’s just not how the press in this country works.”

    http://www.theonion.com/articles/media-having-trouble-finding-right-angle-on-obamas,2703/

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