Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Governor Haley OKs S.C. Immigration Cops

Saying “illegal immigration is not welcome in South Carolina,” Gov. Nikki Haley on Monday signed a tough new crackdown bill that sets up a special $1.3 million law enforcement unit to root out those who are here without papers.

The Palmetto State is the latest to create strict guidelines for illegal immigrants and will require police to check the immigration status of anyone they stop and suspect may be in the country illegally,

The law, like new immigration measures recently passed in Georgia, Alabama, Arizona and other states, requires employers to use the federal E-Verify system to check employees’ and job applicants’ citizenship status.

But the biggest difference between South Carolina and other states is the $1.3 million enforcement unit within the state’s public safety department. Reuters reported the unit will have 12 full-time officers with their own uniforms and vehicle decals.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Negro Family Fun Time

Mom kills 5-year-old over broken TV: prosecutors Prosecutors say a New York City woman beat her 5-year-old son to death because he broke the television while playing a Nintendo Wii video game.

Kim Crawford was charged with murder and manslaughter in Bronx Criminal Court on Tuesday. She was ordered held without bond.

Prosecutors say she admitted hitting the boy hard in the back and stomach over the broken TV.

Police found her son, Jamar Johnson, unconscious and not breathing at their Bronx home on Friday.

An autopsy revealed internal abdominal injuries.

Defense attorney Camille Abate told the Daily News that Crawford shouldn't have been charged with murder. She says the facts do not establish that Crawford tried to kill her child.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Fascism, It's Good For Ya!

The problem of Lawlessness within the White Nationalist Movement is utterly and completely appalling.

There is a reason that Whites make up the Majority of the free-world populous while
non-Whites comprise the lion's share of the incarcerated population:

The ability to grasp the concept that we have a system of laws legislated to insure that
when we put our children on the schoolbus in the morning that they'll come home in the
afternoon and that while we are away at work, those very possessions for which we toil daily will be intact and inviolate when we return.

We lay our heads down at night under the premise that we will awaken to find our loved ones and our property undefiled by the drug-consumed filth that wander the streets at night.

Am I the picture of perfection? Not by a damn sight.

Marijuana? Been there.
Driving "Escorts" to their "Dates"? [face palm]Been there.
Prison? See Above.

But the point is, I manned the fuck up in prison and became an Odinist and Racialist
and over a 13-year-period, a National Socialist.

Why 13 years? Because as I read about National Socialism in sideline articles in Asatru's leading periodical, Vor Tru, and ultimately Mein Kampf, I wondered why everybody sporting SS and Swastika ink was out committing acts of domestic terrorism in an ill-concieved Jihad against foes real and imagined leaving death and grieving in their wake. Thus, It occured to me that National Socialism would likely be a path straight back to the clink, Do Not Pass Go, Do Not Collect $200. The idea that people would embrace the spirit of Fascism, but not the letter of, it was utterly and irrevocably mind-boggling.
I am a Fascist and I proudly embrace the term.

The Founder of Christianity said, "If anyone would come after Me, he must deny
himself and take up his cross and follow Me. For whoever wants to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for me and for the gospel will save it." Mark 8:34-35 (NIV) Not bad for an Odinist, right? That's because Truth is truth.

Would I like to sometimes roll up a joint, put on some Pink Floyd and become one with the cosmos? Sure.

Do I?


Because besides being against a law with which I don't necessarily agree, I know that smoking Marijuana would turn me into an over-eating, unmotivated and gelatinous sloth of a man barely capable of stringing together subject and predicate or operating complex equipment such as a toaster or a can of Lysol.

I know that I would be the end-user of a product smuggled unlawfully across our Southern border and which passed through the hands of subhuman filth scarcely worth even being fed and kept as pets.

I know that as I licked that ZigZag rolling paper, I'd be spitting on the very efforts of my NSM comrades, JT Ready, Sgt. Hughes, and the late SS Lt. Jeff Hall not to mention the memory of countless law enforcement officers who have given their lives in the enforcement of our woefully inept immigration laws. So on a daily basis I deny my precious inner child his wanton proclivities.

To be a true Fascist is to acknowledge my obligation as an American Citizen to comply with the Whole Of The Law. It is to know that my only "choice" is to behave in accordance with the Social Contract or be dragged away in thrown in a cage.

So while some who categorize a brother's exodus from the White Nationalist
movement to be the actions of a "race traitor, I posit the question, "Did this person really turn his back on the Aryan race as a whole, or did he simply want to live his life in the home of
his ol' lady and their children rather than to be forced to commune with them through 6" of
Plexiglas while talking 'long distance' through a phone receiver?"

Manufacturing Methamphetamine or converting firearms to full-auto and selling them to
our enemies is not the way of Fascism. Fascism demands that we comply with the law whether we agree with a given statute or not, and to adhere to the legislative referendum process. Not to do what we "want"because for the moment it "feels good".

Our enemies, the AntiFa, anarcho-communist scum, presume to disregard the law and
riot at the first site of a peaceful afternoon. These rudderless hooligans, in their black bloc formations, march under two primary slogans, "All Cops Are Bastards" and "Bash
the Fash". They make no distinction between a phalanx of NSM Party Members and the Police.

Why should we?

I choose to Obey.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Don't Tread On Me.

Christopher Gadsden (February 16, 1724 – September 15, 1805), a soldier and statesman from South Carolina, was the principal leader of the South Carolina Patriot movement in the American Revolution. He was a delegate to the Continental Congress and a brigadier general in the Continental Army during the War of Independence. He was also the designer of the famous Gadsden flag.

Gadsden was born in 1724 in Charleston, South Carolina. He was the son of Thomas Gadsden, who had served in the Royal Navy before becoming customs collector for the port of Charleston. Christopher was sent to school near Bristol, England. He returned to America in 1740, and served as an apprentice in a counting house in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He inherited a large fortune from his parents, who died in 1741. From 1745 to 1746 he served during King George's War as a purser on a British warship. He entered into mercantile ventures, and by 1747 he had earned enough to return to South Carolina and buy back the land his father had lost by gambling in 1733.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

South Carolina Immigration Bill Passes House and Senate.

CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Reuters)--South Carolina's House of Representatives approved on Tuesday a comprehensive illegal immigration bill that would allow police to ask for citizenship documentation from anyone they stop or detain for another reason.

It would also allow police to hold a person who fails to provide documentation until their citizenship status is determined.

The Republican-controlled House on Tuesday night voted 69-43 to approve a Senate bill and added amendments. The Senate must concur. If it does not, a conference committee will reconcile the two houses' differences.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is expected to sign the bill.

The South Carolina law also calls for the creation of a special Illegal Immigration Enforcement Unit within the state police department to work with federal Immigration and Customs officials.

The law would make it a crime to travel within the state without proper documentation or to transport or harbor any undocumented person within the state. It also punishes employers who hire undocumented workers.

The South Carolina state Senate passed a bill Thursday designed to give law enforcement more tools to fight illegal immigration.

The bill would allow local law enforcement officers the authority to detain a person while determining whether the person is in the country legally, but only after the person has been stopped on suspicion of another crime.It states that an investigation into the person's immigration status could only begin if the person failed to present a valid I.D.The bill differs from the controversial immigration law in Arizona in that the bill prohibits officers from making "an independent judgment of a person's lawful presence in the United States.""Biggest thing is, we don't criminalize the unlawful presence of someone in South Carolina," said Sen. Larry Martin, R-Pickens. "We'd like to do that, but the federal law preempts us."The bill says that the officer would need to contact U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to determine if a person should be arrested for immigration violations.The measure also proposes the creation of an Illegal Immigration Enforcement Unit within the South Carolina Department of Public Safety to serve as a mediator between local law enforcement and ICE.Other provisions of the bill include making it a felony to provide an illegal immigrant with fake identification, and a $5 fee on some wire transfers of money going from South Carolina to locations outside of the U.S.The fee would be raised to 1 percent on transfers of more than $500. Martin said the bill was amended to make sure the fee would not affect businesses in the state that perform large wire transfers of money on a regular basis.Opponents of the bill said the measure was likely to draw a lawsuit from the federal government for giving local law enforcement too much authority on immigration."It's going to subject South Carolina to tremendous legal fees, all for nothing but a few sounds bites that the Republicans thought that the tea party base just had to have," said Sen. Bradley Hutto, D-Orangeburg, who voted against the bill."We haven't done anything to chill (illegal immigrants') presence in the state. All we've done is put a burden on law enforcement," Hutto said.The bill will have to pass the House of Representatives before it can be signed into law.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

My American Eagle!

First President in the United States

Four months before the Declaration of Independence was signed, South Carolina adopted a state constitution–drafted by a Provincial Congress–and elected John Rutledge (1739-1800) as the State's President and Henry Laurens (1724-1792) as its vice-president. The titles of these offices were changed to Governor and Lieutenant Governor by the Constitution of 1779.

The process of launching a new and independent government in the province of South Carolina formally began on July 6, 1774, while the province was patiently waiting for its new Royal Governor - Lord William Campbell, who did not arrive until June 18, 1775. William Bull, Jr. had been acting on his behalf since 1773, when the previous Royal Governor - Lord Charles Grenville Montague was recalled in disgrace by the British government.

On March 26, 1776, the Second Provincial Congress convened in the morning, then re-assembled in the afternoon as the First General Assembly of the State of South Carolina. The following were the elected leaders of the first South Carolina government:

President - John Rutledge

Vice-President - Henry Laurens

Chief Justice - William Henry Drayton

Assistant Judges - Thomas Bee, John Matthews, Henry Pendleton

Attorney-General - Alexander Moultrie

Fort Moultrie is the name of a series of citadels on Sullivan's Island, South Carolina, built to protect the city of Charleston, South Carolina. The first fort, built of palmetto logs, inspired the flag and nickname (Palmetto State) of South Carolina. It is named in honour of the commander in the Battle of Sullivan's Island, General William Moultrie.

Fort Moultrie is the only area of the National Park System where the entire 171-year history of American seacoast defense (1776–1947) can be traced.