Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Rosebud? Billy Graham Dead at 99; What was the Mystery that Moved William Randolph Hearst to Make Him the World’s Biggest Evangelist?


Billy Graham: The Offense of the Cross: San Francisco, 1958


Evangelist Billy Graham begins a sermon in Atlanta's Georgia Dome on Oct 26, 1994.

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix


Billy Graham, minister to presidents and evangelist to millions worldwide, dies at 99
Associated Press and St. Louis Post-Dispatch
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William Franklin "Billy" Graham Jr.

"My one purpose in life is to help people find a personal relationship with God, which, I believe, comes through knowing Christ."

Birth • Nov. 7, 1918, near Charlotte, North Carolina

Education • Bachelor of theology, Florida Bible Institute, 1940; bachelor of arts in anthropology, Wheaton College, Ill., 1943; numerous honorary doctorates.

Career • Baptist pastor in Western Springs, Ill., 1943-45. Field representative with Youth for Christ, 1945-49. From 1947 on ran his own campaigns, sponsored after 1950 by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, becoming history's most-traveled Christian evangelist and speaking in person to more than 210 million people in 185 countries and territories. Multi-media innovator and a key leader in numerous evangelical Protestant organizations and meetings.

Honors • The $1 million Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion (1982), Presidential Medal of Freedom (1983), Congressional Gold Medal (1996), honorary British knighthood (2001).

Writings • Countless sermons and speeches, daily newspaper columns, 32 books including a best-selling 1997 autobiography, "Just As I Am."

Family • Married Ruth McCue Bell in 1943 (she died in 2007). Children: Virginia ("Gigi"), Anne, Ruth, William Franklin Graham III ("Franklin," his father's successor as Billy Graham Evangelistic Association leader), Nelson ("Ned").

For Your Information

Nov. 7, 1918 • William Franklin Graham Jr. born on a farm outside Charlotte, North Carolina.
1934 • Receives Jesus Christ as savior through the preaching of traveling evangelist Mordecai Ham.
1938 • Presbyterian student is baptized and later ordained a minister in the Southern Baptist Convention.
1940 • Graduates from Florida Bible Institute in Tampa.
1943 • Graduates from Wheaton College in Illinois with a B.A. in anthropology. Marries fellow student Ruth McCue Bell.
1945 • Named the first full-time staffer with Youth for Christ, tirelessly crisscrossing the nation and laying groundwork for future success.
1949 • Becomes evangelism's rising star when William Randolph Hearst and others publicize his Los Angeles crusade.
1950 • Starts national radio program, "Hour of Decision" on the ABC network, eventually syndicated worldwide. Organizes the Minneapolis-based Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
1952 • Begins "My Answer," daily syndicated newspaper column.
1953 • Publishes "Peace With God," selling over 2 million copies. First feature released by his film studio in Burbank, California.
1954 • Defies expectations when 12-week London campaign reaches over 2 million people and catapults him to international celebrity status.
1956 • Founds "Christianity Today," leading evangelical magazine.
1957 • More than 2 million attend 16-week rally at New York's Madison Square Garden, the largest evangelistic venture to that time.
1973 • Addresses more than 3 million in five-day rally at Seoul, South Korea.
1977 • Preaches in Hungary, first of pioneering forays in the Soviet bloc.
1982 • Controversial first Moscow appearance, at peace conference.
1983 • Receives Presidential Medal of Freedom, nation's highest civilian honor, from President Reagan.
1993 • Dedicates "The Cove," a Bible study center near Asheville, North Carolina.
1995 • Sermons in San Juan, Puerto Rico, are translated into 102 languages and beamed by satellite TV to 175 countries. Billy Graham Evangelistic Association announces that son Franklin will succeed Billy as leader.
1997 • Publishes best-selling autobiography, "Just As I Am."
2001 • Three days after the Sept. 11 attacks, preaches at Washington National Cathedral service attended by George W. Bush and four former presidents.
2004 • November gatherings at the Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California; more than 300,000 attend; 12,000 make commitments to Jesus Christ.
2005 • Gathering billed as his last large crusade held in June in the New York City borough of Queens; 90,000 people attend.
2006 • Gives sermon in March at a New Orleans arena as city recovered from Hurricane Katrina.
May 2007 • Billy Graham Library dedicated in Charlotte, North Carolina, attended by three former U.S. presidents.
June 14, 2007 • Ruth Graham dies at age 87.

MONTREAT, N.C. • The Rev. Billy Graham, who transformed American religious life through his preaching and activism, becoming a counselor to presidents and the most widely heard Christian evangelist in history, died Wednesday. He was 99.

Graham, who long suffered from cancer, pneumonia and other ailments, died at his home in North Carolina, spokesman Mark DeMoss told The Associated Press.

More than anyone else, Graham built evangelicalism into a force that rivaled liberal Protestantism and Roman Catholicism in the United States. His leadership summits and crusades in more than 185 countries and territories forged powerful global links among conservative Christians, and threw a lifeline to believers in the communist-controlled Eastern bloc. Dubbed "America's pastor," he was a confidant to U.S. presidents from Gen. Dwight Eisenhower to George W. Bush.

In 1983, President Reagan gave Graham the Presidential Medal of Freedom, America's highest civilian honor. When the Billy Graham Museum and Library was dedicated in 2007 in Charlotte, former Presidents George H.W. Bush, Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton attended.

"When he prays with you in the Oval Office or upstairs in the White House, you feel he's praying for you, not the president," Clinton said at the ceremony.


Former presidents George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, join Franklin Graham (second from right) as they pose with Billy Graham (center) in front of the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, N.C., in this May 31, 2007, file photo. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

Beyond Graham's public appearances, he reached untold millions through his pioneering use of prime-time telecasts, network radio, daily newspaper columns, evangelistic feature films and globe-girdling satellite TV hookups. Graham's message was not complex or unique, yet he preached with a conviction that won over audiences worldwide.

"The Bible says," was his catch phrase. His unquestioning belief in Scripture turned the Gospel into a "rapier" in his hands, he said.

A tall, striking man with thick hair, stark blue eyes and a firm jaw, Graham was a commanding presence at his crusades. He would make the altar call in his powerful baritone, asking the multitudes to stand, come down the aisles and publicly make "decisions for Christ," as a choir crooned the hymn "Just As I Am."

By his final crusade in 2005 in New York City, he had preached in person to more than 210 million people worldwide. No evangelist is expected to have his level of influence again.


The Billy Graham Crusade came to the St. Louis Arena in 1973. Post-Dispatch file photo.

"William Franklin Graham Jr. can safely be regarded as the best who ever lived at what he did," said William Martin, author of the Graham biography "A Prophet With Honor."

Born Nov. 7, 1918, on his family's dairy farm near Charlotte, North Carolina, Graham came from a fundamentalist background that expected true Bible-believers to stay clear of Christians with even the most minor differences over Scripture. But as his crusades drew support from a widening array of Christian churches, he came to reject that view.

He joined in a then-emerging movement called New Evangelicalism, that abandoned the narrowness of fundamentalism to engage broader society. Fundamentalists at the time excoriated the preacher for his new direction, and broke with him when he agreed to work with more liberal Christians in the 1950s.

Graham stood fast. He would not reject people who were sincere and shared at least some of his beliefs, Martin said. He wanted the widest hearing possible for his salvation message.

"The ecumenical movement has broadened my viewpoint and I recognize now that God has his people in all churches," he said in the early 1950s.

In 1957, he said, "I intend to go anywhere, sponsored by anybody, to preach the Gospel of Christ."

His approach helped evangelicals gain the influence they have today. Graham's path to becoming an evangelist began taking shape at age 16, when the Presbyterian-reared farmboy committed himself to Christ at a local tent revival.

Billy Graham and decades of other big moments at the St. Louis Arena


Take a look at years of big names, big games and big shows at the Old Barn.

"I did not feel any special emotion," he wrote in his 1997 autobiography, "Just As I Am." ''I simply felt at peace," and thereafter, "the world looked different."

After high school, he enrolled at the fundamentalist Bob Jones College, but found the school stifling, and transferred to Florida Bible Institute in Tampa. There, he practiced sermonizing in a swamp, preaching to birds and alligators before tryouts with small churches. He still wasn't convinced he should be a preacher until a soul-searching, late-night ramble on a golf course.

"I finally gave in while pacing at midnight on the 18th hole," he said. "'All right, Lord,' I said, 'If you want me, you've got me.'"

Graham, who became a Southern Baptist, went on to study at Wheaton College, a prominent Christian liberal arts school in Illinois, where he met fellow student Ruth Bell, who had been raised in China where her father had been a Presbyterian medical missionary.

The two married in 1943, and he planned to become an Army chaplain. But he fell seriously ill, and by the time he recovered and could start the chaplain training program, World War II was nearly over.

Instead, he took a job organizing meetings in the U.S. and Europe with Youth for Christ, a group he helped found. He stood out then for his loud ties and suits, and a rapid delivery and swinging arms that won him the nickname "the Preaching Windmill."

A 1949 Los Angeles revival turned Graham into evangelism's rising star. Held in a tent dubbed the "Canvas Cathedral," Graham had been drawing adequate, but not spectacular crowds until one night when reporters and photographers descended. When Graham asked them why, a reporter said that legendary publisher William Randolph Hearst had ordered his papers to hype Graham. Graham said he never found out why.

The publicity gave him a national profile. Over the next decade, his massive crusades in England and New York catapulted him to international celebrity. His 12-week London campaign in 1954 defied expectations, drawing more than 2 million people and the respect of the British, many of whom had derided him before his arrival as little more than a slick salesman. Three years later, he held a crusade in New York's Madison Square Garden that was so popular it was extended from six to 16 weeks, capped off with a rally in Times Square that packed Broadway with more than 100,000 people.

The strain of so much preaching caused the already trim Graham to lose 30 pounds by the time the event ended. It remains his longest revival meeting ever.

As his public influence grew, the preacher's stands on the social issues of his day were watched closely by supporters and critics alike. One of the most pressing was the civil rights movement. Graham was no social activist and never joined marches, which led prominent Christians such as theologian Reinhold Niebuhr to publicly condemn Graham as too moderate. Still, Graham ended racially segregated seating at his Southern crusades in 1953, a year before the Supreme Court's school integration ruling, and long refused to visit South Africa while its white regime insisted on racially segregated meetings.


Evangelist Billy Graham talks with President John F. Kennedy during a visit at the the White House in Washington on Dec. 12, 1961. (AP Photo)

In a 2005 interview with The Associated Press, before his final crusade which was held in New York, Graham said he regretted that he didn't battle for civil rights more forcefully.

"I think I made a mistake when I didn't go to Selma" with many clergy who joined the historic Alabama march led by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. "I would like to have done more." Graham more robustly took on the cause of anti-Communism, making preaching against the atheist regime part of his sermons for years.


President Lyndon Johnson presents the Man of the Year award of the Big Brothers organization to evangelist Billy Graham at the White House in Washington on May 10, 1966. (AP Photo)

As America's most famous religious leader, he golfed with statesmen and entertainers and dined with royalty. Graham's relationships with U.S. presidents also boosted his ministry and became a source of pride for conservative Christians who were so often caricatured as backward. But those ties proved problematic when his close friend Richard Nixon resigned in the Watergate scandal, leaving Graham devastated and baffled. He resolved to take a lower profile in the political world, going as far as discouraging the Rev. Jerry Falwell, a founder of the Moral Majority, from mixing religion and politics.

"Evangelicals can't be closely identified with any particular party or person. We have to stand in the middle, to preach to all the people, right and left," Graham said in 1981, according to Time magazine. "I haven't been faithful to my own advice in the past. I will in the future."


Evangelist Billy Graham and President Nixon wave to a crowd of 12,500 at ceremonies honoring Graham in Charlotte, N.C., on Oct. 16, 1971. (AP Photo)

Yet, in the 2012 election, with Graham mostly confined to his North Carolina home, he all but endorsed Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. And the evangelist's ministry took out full-page ads in newspapers support a ballot referendum that would ban same-sex marriage.

His son, the Rev. Franklin Graham, who runs the ministry, said his father viewed the gay marriage question as a moral, not a political, issue. Graham's integrity was credited with salvaging the reputation of broadcast evangelism in the dark days of the late 1980s, after scandals befell TV preachers Jimmy Swaggart and Jim Bakker.

He resolved early on never to be alone with a woman other than his wife. Instead of taking a share of the "love offerings" at his crusades, as was the custom, he earned a modest salary from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.

His ministry was governed by an independent board that included successful Christian businessmen and other professionals — a stark departure from the widespread evangelical practice of packing boards with relatives and yes-men.

"Why, I could make a quarter of a million dollars a year in this field or in Hollywood if I wanted to," Graham said. "The offers I've had from Hollywood studios are amazing. But I just laughed. I told them I was staying with God."

While he succeeded in preserving his reputation, he could not completely shield his family from the impact of his work. He was on the road for months at a time, leaving Ruth at their mountainside home in Montreat, North Carolina, to raise their five children: Franklin, Virginia ("Gigi"), Anne, Ruth and Nelson ("Ned").

Anne Graham Lotz has said that her mother was effectively "a single parent." Ruth sometimes grew so lonely when Billy was traveling that she slept with his tweed jacket for comfort. But she said, "I'd rather have a little of Bill than a lot of any other man." She died in June 2007 at age 87.

"I will miss her terribly," Billy Graham said, "and look forward even more to the day I can join her in heaven."


In this May 31, 2007, file photo, Billy Graham speaks as his son Franklin Graham (right) listens during a dedication ceremony for the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, N.C. Graham, who transformed American religious life through his preaching and activism, becoming a counselor to presidents and the most widely heard Christian evangelist in history, has died. Spokesman Mark DeMoss says Graham, who long suffered from cancer, pneumonia and other ailments, died at his home in North Carolina on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. He was 99.(AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

In his later years, Graham visited communist Eastern Europe and increasingly appealed for world peace. He opened a 1983 convention of evangelists from 140 nations by urging the elimination of nuclear and biological weapons.

He told audiences in Czechoslovakia that "we must do all we can to preserve life and avoid war," although he opposed unilateral disarmament. In 1982, he went to Moscow to preach and attend a conference on world peace. During that visit, he said he saw no signs of Soviet religious persecution, a misguided attempt at diplomacy that brought scathing criticism from author Alexander Solzhenitsyn, among others.

"It's worth taking a risk for peace," Graham contended, although he was clearly stung by the controversy.

Graham's relationship with Nixon became an issue once again when tapes newly released in 2002 caught the preacher telling the president that Jews "don't know how I really feel about what they're doing to this country."

Graham apologized, saying he didn't recall ever having such feelings and asking the Jewish community to consider his actions above his words on that tape. Health problems gradually slowed Graham, but he did not cease preaching.

In 1995, his son, Franklin, was named the ministry's leader. Along with the many honors he received from the evangelical community and the Presidential Medal of
Freedom, Graham received the $1 million Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion in 1982 and the Congressional Gold Medal in 1996.

Graham will be buried by his wife, Ruth, at the Billy Graham Museum and Library.

"I have been asked, 'What is the secret?'" Graham had said of his preaching. "Is it showmanship, organization or what? The secret of my work is God. I would be nothing without him."

The Racist, Mass-Murdering Nation of Islam Hid in the Shadows, and Slaughtered White Students at California’s Most Prestigious Universities

[See also: “The List: Whites Slaughtered, or Grievously Wounded by the Nation of Islam.”

Cross-posted at The Zebra Project.]

The Nation of Islam Slaughtered White Students at Stanford and UC Berkeley

Wednesday, July 22, 2015
By David in TN
Nicholas Stix, Uncensored

This is something I found. It's the May 2, 1974 Stanford Daily, of all things. It covers a press conference by San Francisco Mayor Alioto announcing the Zebra arrests. Alioto mentions a Stanford student named David Levine as being a victim the previous fall, along with some other Stanford grad students. Alioto said only an "informant" had given him this information.

[N.S.: That was likely Anthony Cornelius Harris.]

California Attorney General Evell Younger denied there was a statewide murder campaign-"No evidence at the present time." [N.S.: That was a bald-faced lie, by Younger.] Alioto said he had conferred with Attorney General Saxbe (Nixon had three months left), who said the matter would be investigated. Alioto said the number murdered by Black Muslims was "about 80.”

Google "Tom Manney Zebra Killings" and you can find some other news stories for this press conference.



N.S.: The text below was scanned, with primitive technology, from the microfilm, microfiche, or whatever electronic form of reproduction the story was saved on. I corrected it, as best I could, but a couple of minor gaps remain.

The Stanford Daily > The Stanford Daily, 2 May 1974

The Stanford Daily, Volume 165, Issue 51, 2 May 1974
Issue PDF (22.20 MB)
This digitized issue of the Stanford Daily is sponsored by Rich Jaroslovsky

Alioto Links Levine, Zebra Killings
David Levine — the 20-year old Stanford student murdered on campus last September — may have been a victim of the "Death Angels," the organization allegedly responsible for the so-called Zebra killings. San Francisco Mayor Joseph Alioto, announcing the arrest of seven men in connection with the killings, said Levine's murder was one of 73 "murderous assaults" in the state that might be laid to the reputed black separatist sect. Santa Clara County Sheriff's L . [?] Detective Capt. Frank Mosunic told the Daily yesterday that "what we have would coincide with what San Francisco has released to the media." Mosunic said that there is a "very strong possibility that two blacks were involved in the murder," and that "we wil1 be in touch with San Francisco tonight, and some people from Alameda." Police had speculated that the Sept. 11 Levine murder might be connected with the Dec. 20 slaying of a UC-Berkeley graduate student. Both victims were brutally and repeatedly stabbed in the chest and back. The Berkeley murder was also on Alioto's list.

No Comment

Mosunic declined any further comment on the matter. A Berkeley Police Department spokesman flatly refused to comment on the reports. Police Services Director Marvin Herrington was out of town and unavailable for comment, and Stanford Capt. William Wullschleger referred all inquiries to Mosunic. Levine, a physics major from Ithaca. N.Y., was slain sometime between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m. on Sept. 11. His body was discovered on a walkway near Meyer Library by an early-morning jogger. He had been active in student government here, and had been an ASSU senator. (The Daily has learned that local law enforcement authorities do not feel that two other recent unsolved campus murders — those of Leslie Marie Perlov, 21, and Janet Taylor, 20 — are related to the Zebra investigation. Both women were strangled.)

'Reverse KKK'

At a press conference yesterday, Alioto said that the seven Zebra suspects — arrested by police in a series of raids beginning at 5 a.m. yesterday morning — were members of a nationwide group he described as "a reverse Ku Klux Klan." "The 'Death Angels,' who use wings as an insignia, literally earn their promotion upon presentation of proof of the number and nature of the murders committed," Alioto alleged, "The local group is a division of a larger organization dedicated to the murder and mutilation of whites and dissident blacks," Alioto claimed. "The pattern of killing is by random street shooting or hacking to death with machete, cleaver or knife." The seven suspects arrested yesterday were identified as J.C. Simon, 29; Larry Greene, 22; Dwight Stallings, 28; Tom Manney, 31; Edgar D. Burton, 22; Manuel Moore, 23; and Clarence Jamerson, 29. [N.S.: Simon, Greene, and Moore would all be convicted, and sentenced to life in prison; the DA’s office would drop charges against the other four, for lack of evidence. Simon died in prison in 2015; Larry Greene and Jesse Lee Cookes are still in prison. According to David in TN’s researches, Manuel Moore’s whereabouts are presently (February 21, 2018) unknown.] No further personal information was released.


All the suspects were booked on charges of murder or conspiracy to commit murder. Police said the men would be arraigned today. According to Alioto, the "Death Angels" are "fanatical believers in black separatism" who base their philosophy on "muddled aberrations clearly outside the mainstream of Islamic religions. In my opinion, it represents as much potential threat to blacks as to whites." Promotions in the alleged organization are determined by a national leader located outside of California, Alioto said.


"The investigation will continue until we are satisfied that we have rounded up all the members of this group and have insured the fact that new members will not take their place," he said. [N.S.: Bogus; they did no such thing.] State Atty. Gen. Evelle Younger said at a news conference he has "no clear evidence" linking the Zebra killings to any others outside the Bay Area, but conceded that his office had not yet viewed all evidence used by San Francisco police. [That was a bald-faced lie. California state law enforcement had linked over 70 “motiveless” murders, carried out by young, well-groomed, conservatively-dressed, 20-something black men against whites statewide since circa 1970.] He noted that it was not improper to say that there were similarities between the Zebra killings and a number of others in the state since 1971. The Zebra case was apparently broken with the aid of an informant who had witnessed some of the killings.
—Daily photo by David FranU [?] MURDER CONNECTIONS — The murder of Stanford junior David Levine last September may have been one of 73 committed in the state by the "Death Angels," allegedly responsible for the Zebra killings.

Posted by at 5:05 P.M.


David In TN said...

A few days ago, I decided to do an internet search on the Zebra Murders to find something I hadn't seen before. I discovered this Stanford Daily piece. Yes, it was undoubtedly Anthony Harris who told Alioto (and law enforcement) about the David Levine murder being among the Zebra killings. I have a hunch Harris was a participant (of two according to him) in the David Levine murder. It would have been awkward charging and putting him on trial as Harris was the key witness for the larger picture. There was also the December 20, 1973 unnamed UC-Berkeley student also "brutally stabbed in the chest and back." Harris was likely involved in this one as well. Now, here is my question. I'll take 71 as the number of murders in California attributed to this group. Were there any arrests, trials, or convictions (outside of Sacramento) for any of them? I presume a researcher could go to the California Department of Justice and find the records, or could he? California Attorney General Evelle Younger's statement was the typical politician's non-denial denial.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 7:24:00 PM EDT


David In TNsaid...

Attorney General William Saxbe was an example of a "Cuck," over 40 years ago. Saxbe had been elected to the U.S. Senate from Ohio in 1968. While there, he was a McCain-type, always attacking his own party to gain plaudits from the media. When Nixon fired Eliot Richardson as Attorney General in October 1973, he needed someone the Senate would confirm, thus Saxbe became Attorney General in January 1974.After the Hibernia bank robbery in San Francisco in April 1974 by the SLA with Patty Hearst seeming to participate, Saxbe made a big show of calling the kidnapped heiress "a common criminal."

This, of course, was totally unethical, but Saxbe liked to shoot from the hip for headlines, especially those he knew the MSM was eager for. When San Francisco Mayor Joseph Alioto briefed Saxbe on the Zebra murders and asked for federal assistance, Saxbe would only "consider it."

Saxbe made a big show of condemning Patty Hearst, whose willing participation at that point was very questionable. About the Zebra murders, he was silent. For newspaper accounts of Alioto's meeting with Saxbe, Google "William Saxbe, Zebra murders."

Sunday, August 2, 2015 at 7:03:00 PM EDT


David In TNsaid...

For the Mar 14, 1976 Los Angeles Times account of the verdict in the San Francisco trial, Google: "Daryl Lembke, Zebra Murders."

This is the only contemporary account I've found. A paragraph says: "The jury, which included two blacks, had deliberated 3 1/2 days. Jurors asked six times during the deliberations for readings of certain testimony, for rereading of portions of the instructions or to see exhibits."

Wednesday, August 19, 2015 at 8:38:00 PM EDT

David In TN said...

As indicated above, I periodically check the internet for material on the Zebra murders. Today, by accident, I found the May 2, 1974 New York Times piece on the San Francisco Mayor Joseph Alioto press conference by one Wallace Turner.

Here ( is the thread. California Attorney General Younger and the local FBI man were again quoted saying "I know nothing." John Muhammad, "minister of Temple 26 in San Francisco," gave a 10-minute news conference "where questions were not taken." What kind of news conference is there where questions are not taken?

Alioto said a man from a midwestern city directed the murders. The NYT story ended with:"Mr. Alioto issued a list of 73 names of murder victims from several parts of this state, but he said that he suspected there were more than 80 murders committed by Death Angels and that some would never be, known. He mentioned that many suspicious disappearances had been reported to policemen in several California cities."So Mayor Alioto "issued a list" to the press? Why hasn't someone printed it? I presume it had names, dates, and places.

[N.S.: “[A] man from a midwestern city.” The city was obviously “New Mecca,” known by humans as “Chicago.” But who was the man? I have an idea or one.]

Sunday, March 12, 2017 at 6:13:00 PM EDT


David In TN said...

David Levine was indeed on the list you published today.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 4:35:00 PM EST

The Black Panther Movie Has a CGI Issue that You Probably Haven’t Heard about



Look at the black female warriors above. No, not their spears, or their uniforms, or their bald heads. Look at them, for cryin’ out loud!
Look at them!

I have a confession to make. I am a boob man. I appreciate a well-turned calf, or a curvaceous, firm, upturned behind as much as the next man, but I major in breasts.

All of the females in the still above have boobs that appear to be identical in size and shape.

What are the odds that nine actresses (the visible ones) would have identical boobs?

The possibilities are:

1. The casting people went out looking for actresses with identical boobs;
2. Wardrobe came up with ingenious foundation garments—minimizers and push-up bras—that equalized the assorted mammaries on the set; or
3. The CGI people digitally equalized the warriors’ boobs.

“Let me see your boobs.” “Your boobs all have to look alike.”

Nah, in this age of #Metoo Hoax shakedown lawsuits, not to mention black race hoax lawsuits, options one and two would be suicide missions. For me, the most likely option was CGI.

What do you think?  

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Black Supremacist, Nation of Islam Serial Murder News

The List: Whites Slaughtered, or Grievously Wounded by the Nation of Islam in California
By Nicholas Stix

A friend recently sent me a scan of the 1974 article which I have transcribed below.

The friend is somebody I became acquainted with through this research—a family member of NOI Zebra victim Stephen M. Conachy, one of the first San Francisco murder victims. I can’t thank him enough.

I have much more material, and more names of white NOI victims from around the country, but I want to get this up now.

The list below was probably put together by Richard Whalley, who ran the California Department of Justice's Intelligence Analysis Unit (IAU). It has some errors, which may be due to the fact that Whalley was either dying, or already dead of cancer. He died in 1974.

Six white NOI victims who were wounded are listed as dead on the 1974 list. I have identified them with asterisks.

Art Agnos, now 79 years old, went on to be elected San Francisco’s mayor, and serve from 1988-1992.

NOI assassins Jesse Lee Cooks, J.C. Simon (aka J.C.X. Simon), Larry Green and Manuel Moore were convicted of the San Francisco murders, and sentenced to life in prison.

NOI members Dale McKinney, 24, Larry Pratt, 26, and Emery Hanson and Russell Lang, both 19, were convicted of the Sacramento murder of Joseph F.M. Belmore, and all sentenced to life in prison. [Here, here, and here.]

I am double-posting this at my Nation of Islam mass murder blog, The Zebra Project, and at my primary blog, Nicholas Stix, Uncensored.

Names Of 73 Whose Deaths
Are Tied To ‘Angels’ Group
Friday, May 3, 1974
The Register

The following is the list of murderous assaults in California, with dates and counties, linked by San Francisco Mayor Joseph L. Alioto, to a newly discovered group called the “Death Angels”:

1. Danny W. Crawford, September 14, 1970, Alameda.
2. John Doe, October 25, 1970, Alameda.
3. Norman R. Wagner, October 27, 1970, Alameda.
4. Albert D. Smith, October 27, 1970, Alameda.
5. James Matthew Larson, November 10, 1970, Alameda.
6. Griswold Wilson, November 10, 1970, Alameda.
7. William H. Blanco, June 18, 1971, Los Angeles.
8. James B. Cowen, July 27, 1971, Alameda.
9. Henry D. Bennett, August 12, 1971, Alameda.
10. Jane A. Oleyar, August 29, 1971, Alameda.
11. Arthur E. Silva, September 2, 1971, Alameda.
12. Joseph R. Rusnak, September 18-19, 1971, Alameda.
13. Allason [sp?] Hassenforder, September 18-19, 1971, Alameda.
14. Raymond Novack, September 19, 1971, Alameda.
15. Ernie Styrman, September 19, 1971, Alameda.
16. Bruce W. Lamar, September 19, 1971, Alameda.
17. Wayne Weslely Hancock, December 25, 1971, Los Angeles.
18. Kenneth A. Holden, January 16, 1972, Santa Clara.
19. David Stephenson, June 22, 1972, Los Angeles.
20. Timothy R. Carswell, June 22, 1972, Los Angeles.
21. Bill M. Pieresa, June 22, 1972, Los Angeles.
22. Alex Lewandowski, June 23, 1972, Los Angeles.
23. Raymond T. Sitemore, June 23, 1972, Los Angeles.
24. Allan Lee Brite, October 8, 1972, Alameda.
25. Clay Thomas Carlin, Jr., February 10, 1973, Alameda.
26. George F. Miller, March 19, 1973, Los Angeles.
27. Victor Joseph Zalneraitis, March 30, Los Angeles.
28. Thomas E. Mitchell, April 21, 1973, Alameda.
29. Anna Lynn Suer, April 21, 1973, Alameda.
30. Robert James Loudon, May 19, 1973, Los Angeles.
31. Ronald Keith Parker, July 29, 1973, Los Angeles.
32. Thomas Wayne Kipling, July 30, 1973, Los Angeles.
33. John Dare Joice, August 4, 1973, Los Angeles.
34. Darrell Matott, August 4, 1973, Los Angeles.
35. Jose Vallaroman [Villaroman], August 4, 1973, Los Angeles [San Francisco].
36. Stephen M. Conachy, August 4, 1973, San Francisco.
37. William M. Durno, August 6, 1973, Los Angeles.
38. Stephen C. Frechette, August 12, 1973, San Francisco.
39. Tim R. Hinch, September 9, 1973, Contra Costa.
40. David Sidney Levine, September 11, 1973, Santa Clara.
41. Thomas A. Garrison, September 15, 1973, Alameda.
42. Gordon Swinford, September 25, 1973, Alameda.
43. Kirk Alan Hughes, September 25, 1973, Alameda.
44. Robert M. Weinstein, September 27, 1973, Alameda.
45. Roger M. O’Meara, October 6, 1973, Alameda.
46. Sonia C. Markovich, October 20, 1973, Alameda.
47. Quita Hague, October 20, 1973, San Francisco.
48. Frances R. Rose, October 30, 1973, San Francisco.
49. Robert W. Stockmann, November 9, 1973, San Francisco.*
50. Saleem Erakat, November 25, 1973, San Francisco.
51. Machael Marie Shain, December 3, 1973, Alameda.
52. Kathy Sue Pethtel, December 3, 1973, Alameda.
53. Paul Dancik, December 11, 1973, San Francisco.
54. Arthur Agnos, December 13, 1973, San Francisco.*
55. Marietta DiGirolamo, December 13, 1973, San Francisco.
56. Alario [Ilario?] Bertuccio, December 20, 1973, San Francisco.
57. Teresa DiMartini, December 20, 1973, San Francisco.
58. Eric Benjamin Abramson, December 20, 1973, Alameda.
59. Neal Moynihan, December 22, 1973, San Francisco.
60. Mildred Hosler, December 22, 1973, San Francisco.
61. Tana Smith, January 28, 1974, San Francisco.
62. Vincent Wollin, January 28, 1974, San Francisco.
63. John Bambic, January 28, 1974, San Francisco.
64. Jane Holly, January 28, 1974, San Francisco.
65. Roxann McMillian, January 28, 1974, San Francisco.*
66. Frederick Peter Wagner, January 28, 1974, San Francisco.
67. Thomas Bates, January 29, 1974, Alameda.
68. Thomas Rainwater, April 1, 1974, San Francisco.
69. Linda Story, April 1, 1974, San Francisco.*
70. Terry White, April 14, 1974, San Francisco.*
71. Ward Anderson, April 14, 1974, San Francisco.*
72. Nelson I. Shield [Shields] IV, April 16, 194,7 [1974], San Francisco.
73. Joseph FM Belmore April 24, 1974, Sacramento.

[On or about the same date as the Belmore murder, Raymond Silva, 53, was ambushed in an alley behind his Sacramento home, and killed by an assassin with a shotgun blast.]

Love and Pizza: Couple Had Sex Inside Domino’s


Offender Daniela Hirt

Reader-Researcher RC

Couple who had sex in Domino's spared jail time
| Fox News
A couple from the United Kingdom that was caught on surveillance footage having sex in a Domino’s has been spared jail time.

R.C.: Something is oven-baked.

The Independent‏Verified account @Independent
Couple caught having sex in Domino's pizza may be jailed

timothy‏ @beartown 22 Sep 2017
Replying to @Independent
How did they fit inside the pizza?

Monday, February 19, 2018

Democrat Party is Back Organizing “Grassroots” Gun-Grabber Marches and Walkouts All over the Country Among Lefty Student and Teacher Activists, with MSM Support


Emma Gonzalez

‘Listen to the children’: Hysterical rant by Parkland High student Emma Gonzalez is being promoted by all of the leftwing MSM. “He wouldn’t have harmed as many students with a knife!”... "To every politican that is taking donations from the NRA, shame on you!"
“Excerpt from CNN. Parkland Fl Student Emma Gonzales challenges Trump and congress to stop taking money from the NRA. Emma thanks for the prayers but they won't do anything to get AR-15s off the market. NJ.ORG supports responsible gun ownership.”

While less hysterical, equally brain-dead young Parkland High DPUSA activist and Parkland High student, Cameron Kasky, fantasizes that if the government seizes every law-abiding citizen’s private firearms, no more students will be shot. “My message to the people in office is you're either with us or against us.” Well, I’m against them, and so are hundreds of millions of other liberty-loving Americans.

After insisting that this is not partisan, Kasky gives himself away:

“This isn’t about the GOP, this isn’t about the Democrats. This is about us creating a badge of shame for any politicians who are accepting money from the NRA, and using us as collateral.”

By Nicholas Stix

USA TODAY is a rabidly Democrat outfit like its corporate home, Gannett. Gannett is so vicious, in its hatred of law-abiding gun owners, that in 2012, its Westchester, N.Y, Journal News paper sued to get a list of all legal, suburban gun owners in Westchester, and published their names and addresses.

Gannett was seeking to provoke violence, and possibly even murder against law-abiding gun owners. Its employees and bosses care not a whit about reducing violence. On the contrary; they support violent criminals.

The coordinated attacks on the NRA have the DPUSA’s fingerprints all over them. Every speaker stays on message, whether it’s a high school student, or 79-year-old Diane Ravitch. Whom do they think they’re kidding, with their talk of this not being a partisan matter?

Too soon to talk about guns? Here's a time, school shooting survivors say: March 24
By John Bacon
Published 2:18 p.m. ET Feb. 18, 2018 | Updated 4:25 p.m. ET Feb. 18, 2018


“‘Organize sit-ins, teach-ins, walkouts, marches,’ Diane Ravitch urged. ‘It's time to let our legislators know that they must stand up to the gun lobby.’”

[Poor Diane Ravitch. She started out as a Rooseveltian liberal education historian, and was for many years the scourge of the Marxist teacher ed establishment. Neo-conservatism became the default position for her and other Rooseveltian liberals.

But then she hit her seventies (she’s hitting 80 on July 1st), realized that the clock was running out on her, and started obituary shopping. Since the people who would be writing her obits were mostly Marxists, getting a nice sendoff required that Ravitch reverse her positions. She started writing rants attacking her erstwhile neocon allies.

“The gun lobby” is standard DPUSA boilerplate, and Ravitch never had anything to do with gun politics, in the first place! She has thrown all scruples over board.]

"‘Politicians are telling us that now is not the time to talk about guns. March For Our Lives believes the time is now," the group said in a statement announcing the march. "Not one more — we cannot allow one more child to be shot at school."…

[No policy in the world will achieve that goal. Thus, anyone demanding it is either an imbecile, or a deceiver. I put my money on deceiver. Note, too, the deceptive language: None of the victims was a “child.” They were teenagers, and one adult.]

“The March For Our Lives goes beyond the Parkland massacre, organizers say. The group says it was inspired, created and led by students across the nation who refuse to risk more lives by going to school while adults fail to take action.

[“Reporter” John Bacon simply takes them at their word. When was the last time that a leftwing movement touting itself as grassroots in this county turned out to be anything but Democrat astroturfing? Remember the There is a long history of this, especially regarding gun-grabbers. Bacon can’t possibly be as dumb as he sounds.

Back in 2000, Donna Dees-Thomases organized the Million Mom March against guns. More like the Thousand Mom March. Anyway, Dees-Thomases was presented as an ordinary mom leading a grassroots movement, when in fact she was a hotshot, well-connected PR pro, who got millions of dollars in corporate back, and the sister-in-law of Hillary Clinton consigliere, Susan Thomases. And the Clintons were still in the White House.

“But such baby steps aren't enough for Dees-Thomases, 42, a housewife and mother of two young children from Short Hills, N.J., who is trying to turn her outrage over gun violence into a national movement. If each of us has a tipping point for tragedy, Dees-Thomases' happened last August, as she watched TV coverage of nursery-school children holding hands in a line and being led away from a shooting spree at the North Valley Jewish Community Center in Granada Hills, Calif. ‘I just thought, “Those children could be my own!"’ she says. ‘So I decided to try and do something before it was too late.’ Dees-Thomases scrawled her plans for a march on Washington on the back of an envelope. Within a week, she had reserved the Mall for an event she didn't yet have any participants for. Classified ads in local papers advertised an 800 number, and contacts with gun-violence victims' groups across the country helped disseminate the word through e-mail and Internet news groups.”]

“Among the group's leaders is Cameron Kasky, an 11th-grader at the Parkland school. Kasky had gone to pick up his brother from his special-needs classroom Wednesday when the fire alarm went off. They went outside but were told to hustle back into the classroom. Unsure what was going on, they waited for an hour before a SWAT team ushered them to safety. But many of their teachers and fellow students were not so fortunate.”

“‘People are saying that it’s not time to talk about gun control. And we can respect that,’ Kasky told ABC's This Week. ‘Here’s a time: March 24th in every single city. We are going to be marching together as students begging for our lives.’”

[Garbage. I haven’t heard anyone say that. People who support liberty and oppose tyranny will tell you that it’s never time to talk about gun control, but they’re also not afraid of countering the gun-grabbers’ lies.]

“The group wants the safety and lives of students to become a priority. They demand a comprehensive bill be immediately brought before Congress to address gun control, the statement says.”

[Bacon is really hamming it up here. “The group wants the safety and lives of students to become a priority.” So, anyone who opposes them doesn’t care about students? That’s pathetic. The DPUSA always has to short circuit debate, and John Bacon unwittingly telegraphed his leftwing politics.]

“‘School safety is not a political issue,’ the group says. [It sure as heck is to them!] ‘There cannot be two sides to doing everything in our power to ensure the lives and futures of children who are at risk of dying when they should be learning, playing and growing.

“The group says students shouldn't go to school wondering every day whether it might be their last.

“‘Change is coming. And it starts now, inspired by and led by the kids who are our hope for the future,’ the statement says. ‘Their young voices will be heard. Stand with us on March 24. Refuse to allow one more needless death.”

[Every major social policy causes deaths. Whenever someone says he supports a policy, “if it would save one life,” he’s lying through his teeth. Indeed, in addition to being a lie, the variations on saving a single life are among the dumbest statements in wide circulation. When it comes to safety, it’s all about the net gain. But this country was founded based not on safety, anyway, but on liberty.]

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Rand Paul: Stop Sending Money Abroad to Our Enemies, and Spend It on Urgent American Needs!

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Stop Sending Money for Foreign Aid and Send for Hurricane Harvey | Rand Paul


Rand Paul
Published on Sep 7, 2017

Senator Rand Paul gives a passionate speech about how congress should send money to Hurricane Harvey survivors but shouldn't increase the debt to pay for it. Paul makes the case that the US should stop sending money to foreign countries before we pay for our problems. Paul believes Congress continually votes with their hearts and not their heads.

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A Short Bio on Rand Paul

Senator Rand Paul, M.D. is one of the nation’s leading advocates for liberty. Elected to the U.S. Senate in 2010, Dr. Paul has proven to be an outspoken champion for constitutional liberties and fiscal responsibility. As a fierce advocate against government overreach, Rand has fought tirelessly to return government to its limited, constitutional scope.

A devoted husband and father, Dr. Paul and his family live in Bowling Green, Kentucky, where Rand owned his own ophthalmology practice and performed eye surgery for 18 years. As a hard-working and dedicated physician--not a career politician--Rand Paul came to Washington to shake things up and to make a difference.

Dr. Paul has been married for 24 years to Kelley Ashby Paul of Russellville, Kentucky, and together, they have three sons: William, 21; Duncan, 18; and Robert, 15. He regularly volunteered to coach teams for each of his three sons in Little League baseball, soccer, and basketball. Rand and Kelley are both devout Christians and are active in their local church.

Rand is the third of five children born to Carol and Ron Paul. He grew up in Lake Jackson, Texas and attended Baylor University. He graduated from Duke Medical School in 1988. Dr. Paul completed a general surgery internship at Georgia Baptist Medical Center in Atlanta and completed his residency in ophthalmology at Duke University Medical Center. Upon completion of his training in 1993, Rand and Kelley moved to Bowling Green to start their family and begin his ophthalmology practice.

In 1995, Rand founded the Southern Kentucky Lions Eye Clinic, an organization that provides eye exams and surgery to needy families and individuals. Rand is a former president and 17-year member of Lions Clubs International, which is dedicated to preserving sight by providing eyeglasses and surgery to the less fortunate around the world. In recognition of his outstanding and sustained efforts to provide vision care to Kentuckians in need, Lions Clubs International has awarded Rand many of its highest commendations.

A large part of Rand's daily work as an ophthalmologist was dedicated to preserving the vision of our seniors. In 2002, The Twilight Wish Foundation recognized Rand for Outstanding Service and Commitment to Seniors.

During his free time, Dr. Paul performs pro-bono eye surgeries for patients across Kentucky. Additionally, he provides free eye surgery to children from around the world through his participation in the Children of the Americas Program. Most recently, he traveled to Guatemala on a medical mission trip with the University of Utah's Moran Eye Center. During the week over 200 patients, many of them blind with cataracts had their vision restored by Dr. Paul.

Dr. Paul's entrance into politics is indicative of his life’s work as a surgeon: a desire to diagnose problems and provide practical solutions, whether it be in Bowling Green, Kentucky or Washington, D.C.

Randal Howard "Rand" Paul (born January 7, 1963) is an American physician and politician from Kentucky. In office since 2011, Paul currently serves in the United States Senate as a member of the Republican Party. He is also a trained ophthalmologist and is the middle son of former U.S. Representative and physician Ron Paul of Texas.

Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Paul attended Baylor University and is a graduate of the Duke University School of Medicine. Paul began practicing ophthalmology in 1993 in Bowling Green, Kentucky and established his own clinic in December 2007.

Paul has been considered a supporter of the Tea Party movement, and a vocal critic of the Federal Reserve System. He has opposed NSA mass surveillance of Americans and supports reduced government spending and taxation. He describes himself as "100% pro-life" and has cosponsored legislation for the equal protection of the right to life from conception. Paul officially announced his candidacy for the 2016 U.S. presidential election on April 7, 2015.

SAN ANTONIO: Police are Calling a Shooting that Hospitalized Four People Including a 6-Year-Old Boy "Family Violence"

By A Texas Reader


Why is Hollywood Pandering to Racist Trump Supporters? The Truth About the Black Panther Movie (Video/Language Alert)



By Reader-Researcher RC


Paul Joseph Watson
Published on Feb 16, 2018

Classic Comedy: The Office: Jim and Dwight's Snowball War

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix



The Office US
Published on Dec 19, 2017

Never agree to a war with Dwight.

For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943) at TCM: Hemingway, Coop, Bergman, Tamiroff, Paxinou and Wood!



By David in TN
Saturday, February 17, 2018 at 10:44:00 A.M. EST



Left to right: Bergman, Wood, Paxinou, Coop

I apologize for the belated notice. TCM is showing For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943) at 8 p.m. ET tonight [Saturday], February 17.

Coop, Vladimir Sokoloff (the old man in The Magnificent Seven!), and Bergman

If The Breaking Point with John Garfield (1950) is the best movie made on a Hemingway story from an artistic sense, For Whom the Bell Tolls was the “Biggest.” It had Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman in the starring roles. Akim Tamiroff and Katina Paxinou practically stepped out of the pages of the book as the leaders of the Spanish guerrilla band.

Paxinou and Tamiroff

Sam Wood's direction dragged often and Hemingway's theme of disillusionment became a sort of war adventure story typical of the time.


Anyway, I'm going to DVR it and watch a day or two later.

N.S.: I must apologize to you, my partner-in-crime, because I slept all day, and found your blog item only after the picture had aired.

I saw this picture as a wee lad of perhaps 13, and then watched it again about four years ago, with my chief of research. We both loved it.

At two hours and fifty minutes, it could have been shorter, and I fail to see how the Anarchists could be portrayed as the good guys.

However, I love Coop and Bergman, and the length gave Tamiroff and Paxinou as much screen time as lead players in typical pictures. (Tamiroff lost out to Charles Coburn, for The More the Merrier. I always loved Coburn, who was related to James, but dang, if Tamiroff didn’t have a huge role that he played to perfection.)


Robert Montgomery, Sally Starr, and Sam Wood, on the set of the early talkie, So This is College (1929). Unfortunately, most of the pictures online of Wood have either been ruined by Alamy, or belong to Getty.

Sam Wood may sometimes drag, but he has to be one of the greatest directors to never win an Oscar. He was, of course, in the best of company, with the likes of Alfred Hitchcock and Clarence Brown.

Robert Donat, then 29, and Sam Wood on the set of Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) incorrectly states that he was nominated for only three Oscars, but he was up for at least four: For directing Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939), Kitty Foyle (1940), and King’s Row (1942), which lists, and for producing For Whom the Bell Tolls, which it doesn’t.

He also directed Pride of the Yankees (1942), about Lou Gehrig, which got Coop his third Best Actor nomination, and Theresa Wright her only Best Actress nomination; the Marx Brothers classics, A Night at the Opera (1935) and A Day at the Races (1937); Our Town (1940); and he was, with George Cukor, King Vidor, and Vic Fleming, one of the four directors David. O. Selznick ran through on Gone with the Wind.


A profile shot of an intense Sam Wood

Wood was also a great patriot, something twists from a badge of honor into a black mark.
Late in his life, he served as the President of the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals, a right-wing political organization whose aim was to ferret out "subversives" in Hollywood. In this capacity, he provided key testimony before the House Un-American Activities Committee in 1947, helping to fan fears of Communist influence in the U.S. film industry.
Sam Wood didn’t “fan fears”; he told the truth. The fears were wholly justified! used to be much more reliable, better-written, and user-friendly, before Jeff Bezos bought it.


Wood, during the 1940s

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Did Black Supremacist, Nation of Islam Member Bobby Portis Just Try to Murder Yet Another White NBA Player? How Long Will It be Until He Succeeds?


War crime victim Tomas Satoransky

Nation of Islam Hate criminal Bobby Portis in uniform


By Jerry PDX

Here is a video of the Portis dirty hit on whitey:


Published on Feb 10, 2018
Crazy Eyes Bobby Portis got ejected on his Birthday with a Flagrant two, as he made some contact above the head on Tomas Satoransky that led to him taking a nasty full and getting busted open.

White hate crime victim, Nikola Mirotic

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 11:00:00 A.M. EST

Portis at it again—goes after white player in midair—gets flagrant fouls, ejected.

GRA: The following is ESPN'S forgiving version of Portis’ attack on Washington Wizard whitey Tomas Satoransky’s drive to the basket.

Bobby Portis’ questionable flagrant foul 2 spoils Tomas Satoransky’s career night


White hate crime victim, Jusuf Nurkic: He went from being an injury-prone, marginal player with a questionable work ethic in Denver to a budding star in Portland since his February 2017 trade. His attacker, overpaid crybaby Carmelo Anthony of the Oklahoma City Thunder, couldn’t tolerate that happening.

By Nick Friedell
ESPN Staff Writer

CHICAGO -- Washington Wizards guard Tomas Satoransky scored a career-high 25 points in Saturday's 101-90 win over Chicago but saw his night end early following a questionable flagrant foul 2 by Bulls forward Bobby Portis.

The play in question occurred with 2:35 left in regulation and the Wizards leading by 10. Satoransky went up to try to finish at the rim as Portis came over to try to block his shot. There was a collision in midair as Satoransky fell hard on the floor as blood trickled from the side of his head. He laid on the ground for several moments as trainers came over to check on him before heading to the locker room.

On replays, it appeared that Portis went for the ball, but after video review, Portis was assessed a flagrant foul 2 and ejected from the game.

“Everybody knows the rule,” Wizards coach Scott Brooks said. “It's a dangerous play. I'm sure if he had to do it all over again, he probably would have taken it back. It's a competitive moment. He was trying to prevent the dunk. But it’s one of those things, unfortunately it happened, but he’s going to be all right.”

GRA: Obvious question: Would Portis have attempted such a stunt on another black? Obvious answer: No.

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 11:13:00 A.M. EST

Looking at the replay...there is no doubt that Portis hit the white player's (Satoransky's) arm full contact—not the ball. The fall was quick and could have been fatal, with the head hitting the floor.

Recalling Portis’ history of attacking Nicola Mirotic, all one can assume, is that Portis hates whites. Would be interesting to see if Mirotic commented on this play.

N.S.: Satoransky said,
“It was an unfortunate fall. But I don’t think [Bobby Portis] just tried to play ball. What I saw and what I know of the game, you don’t go for the block like how he went. He got me first [by the] hand, then he got ball and then I fall badly.”
Portis said:
“I went for the ball. Tried to block it, it was a tight game, tried to make a basketball play, for our team, to help our team stay in the game. Things happen.”
Portis said it was just “a basketball play,” but his definition of “basketball play” includes sucker punching white players, even when they’re your own teammates. In fact, that’s how he got his present job—by sucker punching, and almost killing Nikola Mirotic.

This will not change, as long as whites support the NBA. I stopped watching it years ago.

By Jerry PDX
Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 1:02:00 A.M. EST

Note the commentators covering for Portis. As I stated in my recent comment about how the top three white players in the NBA have all been taken out by questionable hits by blacks, the line between a clean play and one that can cause injury is a very fine one, and all it takes is a little extra nudge to end a player’s season. The Portis hit was well beyond that. You can clearly see him “going for the ball,” but he had direct contact with Satoransky's arm, giving him leverage that resulted in a clothesline. No way he didn't know the result of doing that, so we know it was deliberate, but again, as I stated before, black players are being given extra leeway to be physical with whites by the referees and the press, coaches, and refs, and the NBA in general is turning a blind eye.

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Friday, February 16, 2018 at 12:48:00 A.M. EST

Jerry, there's one clip (from the Wizards telecast, I assume) that shows the announcers ripping on Portis immediately. I still say it was a racist foul. Honestly, when is the last time you've seen a black-on-black attack like that, in the NBA? I remember one, some years ago, involving Dennis Rodman. Then the big one with Ron Artest in 2004—Artest committing a foul on blackie Ben Wallace, which turned into a rush into the stands. Miami and the Knicks had a few. The main point is, when blacks have a major flagrant foul on another black, a fight breaks out. When blackie nails a white with a debilitating foul—no fight. Am I wrong about that recollection?

By Jerry PDX
Friday, February 16, 2018 at 12:46:00 P.M. EST

Yes, there is a pattern there, though at times I have seen variations but overall it goes like this: If a black fouls another black with a dirty hit, all hell breaks loose, as players rush to defend “their” guy. If a white fouls a black with a dirty hit, then all hell again breaks loose, as black players all rush to defend “their” guy against “whitey.” If a black hits a white with a dirty hit nobody, not even white players, rush to defend “their” guy.


White hate crime victim, Gordon Hayward, sandwiched between his racist black attackers, Jae Crowder and LeBron James

[Previously, on related racist crimes, at WEJB/NSU:

“Another Racist NBA Attack, Another Cover-Up!”;

“Update on Nikola Mirotic and Bobby Portis”;

“‘I'm Pretty Sure We Can Move Past This’: Black Chicago Bulls Player Bobby Portis Holds Bizarre Press Conference Four Days after Maiming Teammate Nikola Mirotic (‘The Punch’), and Presumably Stealing His Job”;

“Bobby Portis Must Go!”;

“Chicago: White NBA Player Nikola Mirotic, Whose Face Black Supremacist ‘Teammate’ Bobby Portis Shattered, is a Big Party Pooper! Oddly, Mirotic Does Not Find It is Time to Move on, and Put Racist Near-Murder Behind Him”;

“Maloney, Baloney! Three at CBS Sports Win Duranty-Blair Awards for Journalistic Infamy, for Cover-Up of Racist Maiming of White Boston Celtics Star Gordon Hayward by Cleveland Cavaliers Jae Crowder and LeBron James”;

“Yet Another Racist Hate Crime Committed in … the NBA! Black OKC Thunder’s Carmelo Anthony … Third Racist NBA Attack in One Month; There is Clearly a Racist Conspiracy Among Black Players to Run All Whites Out of the League”;

“Chicago Bulls Ready to Dump Racist Hate Crime Victim Nikola Mirotic, While Keeping Racist Hate Criminal, Bobby Portis; Media Operative Adds Insult to Injury”; and

“Chicago Bulls Finally Dump ‘Disgruntled,’ White Hate Crime Victim, Nikola Mirotic, at Great Expense, While Keeping Racist, Nation of Islam Hate Criminal, Bobby Portis!”]

Racial Socialist Language Politics Infects Headlines, “News” Stories, and Even the Weather Report

By Nicholas Stix

On November 7, The Boss and I were watching ABC’s Good Morning America, which she used to avoid.

The white weatherman (Bill Evans, I believe) said that “late summer” was over.

“Late summer”? Late summer was over on September 20th, almost seven weeks earlier.

Then I figured it out. He didn’t mean late summer; he meant Indian summer.

Indian summer. The ABC commissars had banned Indian summer!

There was some other pc idiocy that morning that I can’t recall. I remember wondering how NFL Hall of Famer Mike Strahan, who is black but very sharp and very funny, could stand it. He must get home every day, and do a stand-up routine, mocking what he’d heard that day.

A multimillion-dollar salary goes a long way towards salving one’s wounds.

Meanwhile, he’s working with humorless, pc, black lesbian Robin Roberts, who is 100% with the program.

At 4:06 a.m. today, in AOL headlines:

“Nathan Chen turns heads with record-breaking skate”

Pretty, shapely girls turn heads. If Nathan Chen turned any heads, it was probably among the homosexuals in the viewing audience.

The headline writer deliberately misused the headline, because Chen is a man. She/he/it—s/h/it, for short—would never have dared use that vernacular the proper way for a girl.
Several years ago, AOL lied, and posted a story claiming that a man had had a baby.

It is biologically impossible for a man to have a baby, and that’s exactly why AOL lied.

A lesbian had taken male hormones, grown a mustache, gotten a short, men’s haircut, dressed like a man, and gotten herself knocked up with a full turkey baster from a sperm bank.

But instead of honest reporting, e.g., “Crazy Lez Gets Herself Knocked Up, While Impersonating a Man,” the media operative foisted a hoax on the world.

Now, they do that sort of thing all the time, regarding other non-existent classes of people, e.g., “transgenders.”

I don’t know what to call this country, but it ain’t America anymore. My brain is still in America, but I’m unemployable.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Germany: AfD Leader Faces Backlash for Calling Turks "camel drivers" Who Have "mud huts"

By Reader-Researcher R.C.

At Russia Today.

He's mistaking Turkey for Yemen.


Stephen King; We Must Ban MS-13! Mass Murderer Nikolas de Jesus Cruz Used One!



By Nicholas Stix

A tip ‘o the hate to Big League Politics.

Alleged Shooter “on meds”: Why SSRIs are Suicide-Murder Pills

By Double-Anonymous Reader
Thu, Feb 15, 2018 10:36 p.m.

Alleged Shooter “On Meds”: Why SSRIs are Suicide Murder Pills

Once again, a school shooter is on anti-depressants

I was on SSRIs for a while, due to longstanding bout of clinical depression.

Yes, SSRIs do cause suicidal thoughts.

And you cannot get off them cold turkey. You must "taper" down the dose little by little. All sorts of weird feelings including the feeling of electric shocks deep within the brain.

I am no longer on SSRIs, thank God.

By the way, they worked for me. But I took them for a few years.

I no longer take prescription drugs of any type. Ibuprofen is the only drug I take, and that's infrequently.

Antidepressant discontinuation syndrome - Wikipedia

Antidepressant discontinuation syndrome is a condition that can occur following the interruption, dose reduction, or discontinuation of antidepressant drugs ...


How to taper off your antidepressant - Harvard Health

Discontinuing an antidepressant usually involves reducing your dose in increments. Your clinician can instruct you in tapering your dose and prescribe…

N.S.: I, too, got addicted to anti-depressants in West Germany, when I lost the ability to sleep.

The dorm authority tried to run students out of my dorm complex, by having the supers replace showers early in the morning, and in the afternoon, every day, to mess with people’s sleep patterns. It succeeded at driving some people to insomnia, but was a complete failure at driving us out, so they started sending eviction notices (mostly to foreigners).

I was addicted for something like 18 months, including my first few months back home. At first, I could only sleep with the drugs, and soon enough, I couldn’t sleep with or without them.

Eventually, a nice young Jewish psychiatry student, who had the make-up of an athletic coach, told me we’d beat this thing, by slowly tapering off (as my reader wrote), and we did!