Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Radio Free Northwest - February 27th, 2014



HAC on the Ukrainian coup and reviving the e-mail contact list, Andy on GOP entryism and background checks, plus guest speakers George Lincoln Rockwell, Ezra Pound, and the Rev. Gerald L.K. Smith.


2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"He served six months in jail in 2011 after pleading guilty to taking $193,000 in a need-based military pension, but failing to report other income. When he pleaded guilty, he was in a wheelchair because of several amputations from diabetes."

I guess Kreis was healthy enough, after several amputations of various limbs, to "assault" a young girl. Oh, and just to be really TMI here... the amutations are mainly due to necrotic flesh, death of tissue, traced to flagging circulatory pressure. This self same circulatory pressure is what lets you have an erection. So... if he's in this bad of shape to need bits cut off, was he really in a shape to, um, charge at someone with his battering ram at full throttle, if working at all?

Looks to be another Edgar Steele thing.

8:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The following clip is pretty humorous and will be hypocritical when the NWF becomes a reality and we declare FULL independence from the ZOG monstrosity of the USA:

" According to reports coming from the Pentagon, a dozen planes carrying 2000 [Russian] troops have landed in Crimea, Ukraine. President Obama made a statement about the troop movement late Friday afternoon, the first time he's made a statement on the tensions in Ukraine since February 19.

"The Ukrainian people deserve the opportunity to pursue their own country," Obama said. "We are deeply concerned about military movements by Russia inside Ukraine...Any violation of Ukrainian sovereignty would be deeply destabilizing to the region."

Obama stressed there will be consequences should Russia and President Putin choose to intervene militarily in the country and issued the support of the United States to Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.

"The United States will stand with the international community in confirming their will be consequences for military intervention in Ukraine," Obama said. "In this difficult moment, the United States stands in support of his [Yatsenyuk's] efforts."

"Human beings have a universal right to determine their own future," Obama said."

2:34 PM  

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