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Questions… June 26, 2011

Posted by Mitchell in Home.

I Haz A Few

The other night I was bored with the internet so I started flipping through the channels on the TV – 200 channels with virtually nothing worth watching (why am I paying for cable again?) and I came across The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly. It was the last half-hour of the flick which has some of the best scenes (also the best music) so I watched it. I’ve seen this movie in whole or in part dozens of times but this time a few minutes in I noticed something that made me realize that even though GB&U was the last of the Man With No Name trilogy, the events in this movie came before the other two!! This prompts a couple questions: am I the last person in the world to come to this realization? Also, what the hell did he do with all that money that he felt compelled to keep doing all that bounty hunter stuff in the next two movies?

Another thing I watched was a bit of the show Gangland on the History channel. It’s usually an interesting show that traces the roots and activities of various gangs in the U.S.  This time they were looking at some white power neo-nazi assholes called Volks-something-or-other. So there was this one part where one of the top guys was going off on what and why they believe the stuff they do and it struck me as being exactly the same stuff that spews out of the mouth-assess of people in La Raza. As I recall their motto is “For those inside The Race everything, for those outside The Race nothing”. The difference is that La Raza seems to be considered a respectable organization by our media and is even getting some of its stuff taught in our school systems. So here’s a question: if white-power groups start emulating La Raza’s look and tactics would the media start noticing that La Raza is essentially the Hispanic version of the KKK?

More later, now it’s back to packing and moving…

Oi, I’m tired. I hate moving, but tomorrow the guys with the truck comes and we get the big, heavy stuff out. This shouldn’t take very long though as I don’t really have all that much in the way of furniture and most of that is going into the downstairs areas.

So more questions…

Homosexual marriage is now legal in New York. Way of the times I suppose, and coming to a state near you. Don’t think for a second that the federal gubbermint is going to allow a state-by-state patchwork quilt of state sanctioned vs. non-state sanctioned homosexual marriage laws to exist very long: see abortion.  Prediction: muslims start pushing polygamy citing these laws. Polygamy has a far, FAR greater pedigree in terms of human acceptance through history and current practice in several countries. They will get support from the Usual Suspects.

So this brought to mind about homosexuals basically framing this stuff as their big “Civil Rights” battles like those for blacks in the 50’s – 60’s. I’ve noticed that blacks take a dim view of this notion though. Anyway, the core of this argument is that sexual preference is just the same as skin color in terms of choice and should be treated in the law the same way. So this started me to thinking about genetics – and I do think that homosexuality is very likely genetic. If so, we’re almost certain to figure out where that genetic switch is, and develop a test for it. Let’s say we develop an easy early pregnancy test and women start aborting likely homosexual fetuses. Would homosexuals then suddenly become militant pro-lifers? Or would they push laws preventing abortion for genetically predispositioned  homosexual fetuses as a “hate-crime”? Maybe they push for laws requiring adoption counseling for gov’t subsidized abortion clinics? What happens if we develop a genetic cure for homosexuality? Will homosexual men and women start mating with each other to preserve their…uh, culture?



1. jam2 - June 26, 2011

“….La Raza’s look and tactics … is essentially the Hispanic version of the KKK?…”

The Race… Mitchell you hit it dead center…
the silence from the Raza promoters is deafening.

2. Mitchell - June 27, 2011

The thing about La Raza is that they don’t do the stupid costumes or present prison losers covered in stupid tats as their “leaders”. Imagine a movement with a bland acronym – NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Caucasian People) with reps in jeans and turtleneck sweaters pushing Caucasian pride literature. Heck, what’s wrong with pride?

We have Calypso Louie’s Nation of Islime folks handing out stuff on street corners here all decked out in their suits and bow-ties. White racists need to step up their game.

3. LC Aggie Sith - July 1, 2011

No matter how hard the people of La Raza say it translates to “The People”, they are wrong. It translates to “The Race”. If they wanted it to be “The People”, they would have used “La Gente”. And around here, we get the tats and shit. So in answer to your question, no. No matter how similar, dead-on balls accurate a white group was to La Raza, they would be called a bunch of racists, because La Raza will STILL have the “minority” status to the end.

GB&U….hm…. I seem to recall bitching to hubby about the same thing. He told me that in all probability, The Man with no Name socked it away, where no one would touch his fortune, and kept building it up, as some gunslingers did back in the Old West days.

I cried BS. He told me to watch the damn movie 😉

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