Re: Love, Hate, and Cancer ( Kevin Alfred Strom )



- wrote:
> http://www.natvan.com/
>
> Love, Hate, and Cancer
> by Kevin Alfred Strom
>
>
> Those who are venerated by the multiracialist establishment, such as
> homosexual Black choreographer Alvin Ailey, left, and lesbian Jewish
> writer Susan Sontag, right, are mainly distinguished by their
> decadence and/or visceral hate of all things White, healthy, and
> beautiful. The National Alliance helps White men and women understand
> that there is a better way.
>
> Broadcast Date: January 1, 2005
> http://www.natvan.com/internet-radio/ts/010105.ram

Very refreshing.

Jim
 
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Cyli

Guest
On Thu, 06 Jan 2005 08:33:50 GMT, Howard Kveck
<[email protected]> wrote:


>> > Sometimes they got to make the rules.

>>
>> When was that?

>
> There was a time in certain states when people in local governments and
>law enforcement were sometimes members of the Klan, associated
>organizations or were simply in agreement with those people. This was going
>on in our lifetimes, Tom. It wasn't so long ago.



Tom may not be that old. Or he may never have paid attention to such
news reports as showed up back when they were breaking up the Klan.
Or at least the major organized parts of it.

Cyli
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Howard Kveck

Guest
In article <[email protected]>,
Cyli <[email protected]> wrote:

> On Thu, 06 Jan 2005 08:33:50 GMT, Howard Kveck
> <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>
> >> > Sometimes they got to make the rules.
> >>
> >> When was that?

> >
> > There was a time in certain states when people in local governments and
> >law enforcement were sometimes members of the Klan, associated
> >organizations or were simply in agreement with those people. This was going
> >on in our lifetimes, Tom. It wasn't so long ago.

>
>
> Tom may not be that old.


He is.

> Or he may never have paid attention to such news reports as showed up back
> when they were breaking up the Klan.
> Or at least the major organized parts of it.


I'll suggest that it's "being in denial".

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tanx,
Howard

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Tom Kunich

Guest
"Cyli" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> On Thu, 06 Jan 2005 08:33:50 GMT, Howard Kveck
> <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>>> > Sometimes they got to make the rules.
>>>
>>> When was that?

>>
>> There was a time in certain states when people in local governments and
>>law enforcement were sometimes members of the Klan, associated
>>organizations or were simply in agreement with those people. This was
>>going
>>on in our lifetimes, Tom. It wasn't so long ago.

>
> Tom may not be that old. Or he may never have paid attention to such
> news reports as showed up back when they were breaking up the Klan.


I just wonder why you admit that all of it was illegal but that criminal
acts prevented any prosecution and then claim that "they made the rules."
You know, Bonny and Clyde made rules too.