Monday, June 22, 2015

Radio Free Northwest - June 25th, 2015

A special Radio Free Northwest on the events of last week in Charleston, South Carolina.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Remember the old saying: The very powerful and the very stupid have something in common. They don't change their views to meet the facts. They change the facts to meet their views.

And this can be very dangerous if you are one of the "facts" that needs "changing."

8:02 PM  
Blogger Luek said...

One of the odd things I have noticed about the media and the political establishment going into damage control mode after an angry and confused kid did the unthinkable and actually called bullshit on this Obamanation fantasy Amurrica. That is the frankly stupid efforts now being launched 'again' to take down the Confederate flag in states that still respect and display it. The Confederate flag did not shoot and kill anyone and trying to remove it will just polarize and unify the opposition. Trying to remove and guilt trip the Confederate flag was tried a couple of years ago and it turned into another epic failure. And I am sure the same will be the outcome this time too. One of the good things that may come out of this mess is that the non white female governor of South Carolina may get recalled or forced to resign for her idiotic stance about taking down the Confederate flag at the state capitol. It will be interesting to see how this plays out.

12:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, in case you were wondering what Winston Smith has been up to in his job, he's been rewriting the history of the Kennewick Man. They announced that Kennewick Man is not only a "Native American" but _directly_ related to presently existing "Native American" tribes.

"New genetic evidence suggests that Kennewick Man, an 8,500-year-old skeleton found in Washington state, is related to members of a nearby Native American tribe...They found that Kennewick Man is not related to the Ainu of Japan or Polynesians. But he does share a close genetic affinity with members of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. "

So, not only is the 8,500 year old remains "Native American" but directly related (after eight millennia) to a currently existing tribe which has only been around for a couple hundred years at most.

Oh, the article didn't even mention the Solutrean hypothesis or the initial identification of the remains as Caucasian. That is now been totally deleted from history.

7:36 PM  
Blogger brian boru said...

If he really had to end things that way it's a shame that Roof didn't visit the CFR, the Federal Reserve or Goldman Sachs instead of a nigger church.

2:48 AM  

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