“Official” DemoKKKrat History Whitewashed

Why have the DemoKKKrats whitewashed their “official party history” as presented on their own web site?

Here is the Official History of the Democratic Party as per their web site — so what’s missing?  Jeffery Lord in the WSJ finds a few convenient omissions:

  • There is no reference to the number of Democratic Party platforms supporting slavery. There were six from 1840 through 1860.
  • There is no reference to the number of Democratic presidents who owned slaves. There were seven from 1800 through 1861
  • There is no reference to the number of Democratic Party platforms that either supported segregation outright or were silent on the subject. There were 20, from 1868 through 1948.
  • There is no reference to “Jim Crow” as in “Jim Crow laws,” nor is there reference to the role Democrats played in creating them. These were the post-Civil War laws passed enthusiastically by Democrats in that pesky 52-year part of the DNC’s missing years. These laws segregated public schools, public transportation, restaurants, rest rooms and public places in general (everything from water coolers to beaches). The reason Rosa Parks became famous is that she sat in the “whites only” front section of a bus, the “whites only” designation the direct result of Democrats.
  • There is no reference to the formation of the Ku Klux Klan, which, according to Columbia University historian Eric Foner, became “a military force serving the interests of the Democratic Party.” Nor is there reference to University of North Carolina historian Allen Trelease’s description of the Klan as the “terrorist arm of the Democratic Party.”
  • There is no reference to the fact Democrats opposed the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution. The 13th banned slavery. The 14th effectively overturned the infamous 1857 Dred Scott decision (made by Democratic pro-slavery Supreme Court justices) by guaranteeing due process and equal protection to former slaves. The 15th gave black Americans the right to vote.
  • There is no reference to the fact that Democrats opposed the Civil Rights Act of 1866. It was passed by the Republican Congress over the veto of President Andrew Johnson, who had been a Democrat before joining Lincoln’s ticket in 1864. The law was designed to provide blacks with the right to own private property, sign contracts, sue and serve as witnesses in a legal proceeding.
  • There is no reference to the Democrats’ opposition to the Civil Rights Act of 1875. It was passed by a Republican Congress and signed into law by President Ulysses Grant. The law prohibited racial discrimination in public places and public accommodations.
  • There is no reference to the Democrats’ 1904 platform, which devotes a section to “Sectional and Racial Agitation,” claiming the GOP’s protests against segregation and the denial of voting rights to blacks sought to “revive the dead and hateful race and sectional animosities in any part of our common country,” which in turn “means confusion, distraction of business, and the reopening of wounds now happily healed.”
  • There is no reference to four Democratic platforms, 1908-20, that are silent on blacks, segregation, lynching and voting rights as racial problems in the country mount. By contrast the GOP platforms of those years specifically address “Rights of the Negro” (1908), oppose lynching (in 1912, 1920, 1924, 1928) and, as the New Deal kicks in, speak out about the dangers of making blacks “wards of the state.”
  • There is no reference to the Democratic Convention of 1924, known to history as the “Klanbake.” The 103-ballot convention was held in Madison Square Garden. Hundreds of delegates were members of the Ku Klux Klan, the Klan so powerful that a plank condemning Klan violence was defeated outright. To celebrate, the Klan staged a rally with 10,000 hooded Klansmen in a field in New Jersey directly across the Hudson from the site of the convention. Attended by hundreds of cheering convention delegates, the rally featured burning crosses and calls for violence against African-Americans and Catholics.
  • There is no reference to the fact that it was Democrats who segregated the federal government, at the direction of President Woodrow Wilson upon taking office in 1913. There \is a reference to the fact that President Harry Truman integrated the military after World War II.
  • There is reference to the fact that Democrats created the Federal Reserve Board, passed labor and child welfare laws, and created Social Security with Wilson’s New Freedom and FDR’s New Deal. There is no mention that these programs were created as the result of an agreement to ignore segregation and the lynching of blacks. Neither is there a reference to the thousands of local officials, state legislators, state governors, U.S. congressmen and U.S. senators who were elected as supporters of slavery and then segregation between 1800 and 1965. Nor is there reference to the deal with the devil that left segregation and lynching as a way of life in return for election support for three post-Civil War Democratic presidents, Grover Cleveland, Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt.
  • There is no reference that three-fourths of the opposition to the 1964 Civil Rights Bill in the U.S. House came from Democrats, or that 80% of the “nay” vote in the Senate came from Democrats. Certainly there is no reference to the fact that the opposition included future Democratic Senate leader Robert Byrd of West Virginia (a former Klan member) and Tennessee Senator Albert Gore Sr., father of Vice President Al Gore.
  • Last but certainly not least, there is no reference to the fact that Birmingham, Ala., Public Safety Commissioner Bull Connor, who infamously unleashed dogs and fire hoses on civil rights protestors, was in fact–yes indeed–a member of both the Democratic National Committee and the Ku Klux Klan.

Thus far, as lawyer, retired Army Lieutenant Colonel and NBRA chairman Frances Rice notes, the Democrats have refused to formally apologize for the active, frequently violent and decidedly official support of the Democratic Party for slavery, segregation, lynching, the Ku Klux Klan and all the rest.   Maybe the first step for the Democratic Party is Dr. Phil Law #4:  Acknowledge the problem.

Starting with the “Official” DNC Party History.


-via WSJ and NBRA

ALSO: Please see earlier post, “Those Racist Democrats – In Their Own Words which also includes some myth-debunking updates


Those Racist DemoKKKrats – In Their Own Words

Just a thought: Next time you hear a Democrat supporter start on with yet another old “Racist RepubliKKKan!” rant, throw one of these quotes from famous Democrats at them.

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Blacks “are inferior to the whites in the endowments of both of body and mind.”

–Thomas Jefferson, 1787
Co-founder of the Democratic Party (along with Andrew Jackson)
President, 1801-09

“I hold that the present state of civilization, where two races of different origin, and distinguished by color, and other physical differences, as well as intellectual, are brought together, the relation now existing in the slaveholding states between the two, is, instead of an evil, a good–a positive good.”

–Sen. John C. Calhoun (D., S.C.), 1837
Vice President, 1825-32
His statue stands in the U.S. Capitol.

If blacks were given the right to vote, that would “place every splay-footed, bandy-shanked, hump-backed, thick-lipped, flat-nosed, woolly-headed, ebon-colored Negro in the country upon an equality with the poor white man.”

–Rep. Andrew Johnson, (D., Tenn.), 1844
President, 1865-69

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Killer fears death


The only terrorist captured alive after the Mumbai massacre has given police the first full account of the extraordinary events that led to it – revealing he was ordered to ‘kill until the last breath’.

Once inside Nair Hospital, Kasab, who suffered only minor injuries, told medical staff: ‘I do not want to die. Please put me on saline.’

One doubts India will show much mercy, though. They’re furious.

Mark Steyn with further insight.


The cricket’s off.


An image problem?

North Korean idjets

You’d think they’d know better. The North Koreans are getting all sooky about the South’s new hardline policy on them and have decided to expel hundreds of South Korean workers from a South-funded industrial park just north of the DMZ.

Idjets. The one main hope that country has of being able to one day properly look after it’s citizens and the stupid Commies send the money-makers home.

Still, no worries. The North usually pulls stunts like this before multilateral talks get under way (again) in Beijing next week to try and sort out their nuke problem.

The only good thing…

Live Earth concert in Mumbai cancelled.

Well, at least the AGW crusaders have some decency.

Change, President Obama? Your Soy Latte?

via the NBRA

What more do you want?

While speaking favourably about Mr Obama during the debate, Mr Turnbull also said he was worried about possible protectionist policies in his economic agenda.

Obama campaigned on a policy of protectionism.

Well, actually, Turnbull may be wrong (Obama, a politician, telling porkies during a campaign? Now there’s a change /sarc).

Actually, it’s a bit tough to see where Obama’s at at the moment.

Change, perhaps? Obama, so protectionist during the campaign, like with so may other things, is perhaps changing his mind yet again.

…the Richardson selection may be the clearest signal sent by Barack Obama so far regarding his economic policies. Despite Obama’s anti-trade rhetoric during the 2008 campaign, the choice of Richardson as commerce secretary means the president-elect is much less likely to follow a protectionist course.

Change? He certainly has over the past few weeks.

The key word is ‘he’.

But not Washington.

Clinton as Secretary of State? Gates to stay on? Gates is the defense secretary, by the way.

Gee, Barack, you really are shaking up Washington. So what’s gonna replace the soy latte’s?

That’s Gold!

Well, you know, “his confident smile and kind eyes are an inspiration to us all.”

ROFL, thanks Insty.

C’mon folks. Step onto up to the plate!

A 1800 number ad plugging ‘change has come’.


Dammit! Tim beat me by 17 minutes. Anyway, check out the Chucky doll. And the Dilbert comic strip is uncanny.

It’s over

With almost 500 people killed or wounded, and 11 terrorists dead, finally, after 60 hours, the Mumbai attacks have ceased.

A total of 195 people are confirmed to have been killed and 295 others wounded. Twenty-two foreigners were killed, included the Israelis, five Americans, two French nationals, two Australians, two Canadians, a German, a Japanese, a British Cypriot, an Italian, a Singaporean and a Thai.

An attack on the West, and on us all indeed.

Of course, Anthony Loewenstein might have a different take on this.

Not really an argument for G-strings buuuut…

A MAN who says he eats 10 Mars bars a day has claimed a lack of sugar prompted him to attack his girlfriend when she wore big, Bridget Jones-style knickers instead of a G-string, a British court has heard.

Hmm, it depends. How big is her ass/arse/butt/tush/behind/bottom?

Seriously though, a lack of sugar???


Apart from a shameless pot-stirring grab for hits, perhaps I went too far with regards to the pic and deflected too much attention away from my opinion that the real shameless asshole here is that ‘man’ who beat up on his woman then tendered such a pathetic excuse as to why. Perhaps too casual an angle was taken on what is such a serious and disturbing story/issue. What follows is NSFW. Read the rest of this entry »

Shhh! Don’t tell them about this one

It’s like a Japanese school boy’s wet dream.

ABOUT 80 pilot whales have stranded on rocks on Tasmania’s remote west coast, authorities say.

Looks like the next vacation camp in Australia could be a delight!

Dinner is served.

Dinner is served.

PS I’d keep my lips sealed on telling certain Danes, namely the autonomous Faroese about this, too. The above pic was taken on their islands.


None of them survived, which is kinda sad actually.

British Apocalypse

Here’s a compelling read by Peter Hennessy and Richard Knight on the UK’s last line of defence – the nuclear-armed HMS Vanguard.

The weapons engineering officer then takes the trigger that will fire the missiles from a small safe above his console. It’s the handle of a Colt 45 pistol…

And then the weapons engineering officer squeezes the trigger to the most devastating weapon ever devised. It clicks softly.

‘One away,’ he says — and with that the missile would be gone. It cannot be destroyed inflight. It will travel too far, too fast for there to be any hope of interception. Once you hear that click, as one senior submariner told us, ‘you’re no more than 30 minutes from the end of the world’.

The Human Button, a show about all this will air on BBC Radio 4 on Tuesday, December 2 at 8pm with a repeat on Sunday, December 7 at 5pm. Note, times are London times.

HMS Vanguard

HMS Vanguard

Meanwhile, in other Trident news from across the Atlantic, the US military is still pushing to have a prompt-global-strike system using their Trident missiles, albeit with conventional warheads. However, they’ve had to do a bit of wrangling “after Congress blocked plans to use conventionally armed Trident submarine-launched missiles armed with conventional warheads.”

Global Warming Wrap-up

Well, as winter approaches us northern hemisphere dwellers, what better time for an update on good ol’ global warming.

Turns out glaciers are growing again.

Whilst still below average, Arctic sea ice is up on last year.

Skeptism is mounting on Capitol Hill… finally.

And around the world, it seems people have had a gut, too.

And here’s yet another example of dud weather stations.

But of course, Obama still doesn’t get it.

Come closer. We dare you.

Come closer. We dare you.


A quick reminder of that pesky temperature vs CO2 correlation.

(Thanks, Bolt.)


Meanwhile, Europe and the US shiver like they haven’t shivered in 100 years.

Who woulda thunk it? Chrome the car!

Well, this isn’t exactly news but it was certainly news to me as I was surfing away checking out concept cars. Anyway, I stumbled upon this first pic. The blogger whose blog the pic is on reckons it’s probably inspired by the Cobra. And I tend to agree.

Bored with regular metallic paint? Then why not go chroming?

Thanks Monty, whoever you are and thanks to whoever Jalopink are (hot site but).

PS You’d be wanting those polarised sunnies, eh?

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Uncanny. Makes you wanna…

And below, we have the Honorable member for Bass (not Chilean Sea).

May I present to you, Jodie Campbell.

And, now, her doppelganger.

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Budget Deficits: A Necessary Evil?

We’re all aware that the global financial crisis is exactly that, a financial crisis affecting the globe. So imagine my shock and awe when I heard Prime Minister Kevin Rudd on the radio stating that his Government is willing to allow the budget to “temporarily fall into deficit”.

Interesting. As Malcolm Turnbull accurately noted, the last Labor deficit, under Paul Keating, lasted six years and ended after John Howard was elected.

What’s more intriguing is that the budget surplus this year was in the ballpark of $20 billion dollars. If Labor manages to spend all that and end up in a deficit, all within the space of 18 months of governance (assuming they’ll have the next six months to spend it), then I think, ladies and gentlemen, we may have a new record for complete failure in Government.

The fact is, not a single person on this earth knows how long it will take for this crisis to either be resolved or resolve itself, and all we can do is wait and ride it out. I think the notion of intentionally going into a deficit is poorly thought out policy, and I think Rudd needs to give this a lot more thought before he goes through with it.

Incredibly, a leading economic forecaster, Access Economics, has released an independent economic forecast suggesting that the Treasury is already $1 billion in deficit. If this is true, it certainly leads to questions about what Lindsay Tanner and Wayne Swan are saying.

In fact, what Lindsay Tanner, the Minister for Finance, and Wayne Swan, the Treasurer, are saying is in direct conflict.

Lindsay Tanner has suggested that it may be necessary to “spend some of the remaining surplus for additional stimulatory activity.”, whereas Wayne Swan has said that he stands by Government figures that predict the budget will remain in surplus, despite Access Economics’ report. So just to make this clear, the Finance Minister, a man far more competent than the Treasurer, says that Budget spending will need to change, and the Treasurer, a man unable to answer questions, claims that nothing will change and there are no plans to alter the Budget spending.

Why is it my confidence in this Labor Government is lacking?

smug git

smug git

Just Because I Can: Stolen Bandwidth

Ha! We interrupt this hiatus to bring you a little gloating.

I’m at mom’s house on my 17″ PowerBook… wireless. When it started up it asked, “Your trusted wireless networks are not available [Duh. I’m away from home – Beef], would you like to join the open network Blah Blah Blah?”

Hell yes!

Evidently, one of mom’s neighbors has a non-password protected wireless system.

Oh, and I bought a house and am moving to San Antonio next month.


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The Rudd Government: We Elected Those Guys?!

I was looking through some old clips of Former Liberal Party Treasurer Peter Costello, one of the funniest politicians ever, well, one of the funniest who actually intended to be funny. I mean, who can look at his imitation of Peter Garrett and not laugh at the lame dancing of Peter Garrett?

Now, Peter Costello got derided over many of his Parliamentary Question Time antics by the media as well as all the Labor voters and pretty much most people who lacked a sense of humour and couldn’t bring themselves to laugh at something funny.

Now that the Australian Labor Party has been in Government for one year, it’s become clearer than ever that not only can’t Wayne Swan answer questions, but it’s an affliction held by many, if not all, ALP ministers. Of course, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd doesn’t have that affliction. He answers every question perfectly!

The Liberal Party can’t win at this game. Even when they do answer questions perfectly, honestly and bluntly, the responses are either twisted beyond belief, ignored, or they’re touted as being so completely wrong that no one would believe them anyway, and therefore the Liberal Party gets branded as being full of liars. It’s not a fair system, and it makes it next to impossible for the Liberal Party to be seen as honest, fair, or for democracy. Particularly when so many people in the media are pushing the anti-conservative agenda.

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HMAS Sydney, Turnbulls speech.

The HMAS Sydney was an Australian cruiser lost with all hands off the Western Australian coast during WW2. This was the only allied warship to suffer that fate, and as it was lost fighting an inferior foe (a merchant raider) .



The loss of 645 men, with no trace, and the survival of most of the raiders crew (she was also damaged in the fight and sunk from the damage after the battle) led to a cottage industry of conspiracy theories including the covert assistance of a Japanese submarine and the massacre of Sydney survivors by the raiders crew.



The Captain of the Komoran always maintained the Sydney had made a terrible mistake and instead of remaining at long range  (where the Sydney would have destroyed them without risk to itself), pulled in close allowing the Germans to unleash a couple of unanswered salvos to great effect. The German crew concentrated their fire on the target directors and bridge area, effectively decapitating the ship. Much of the fire directed back at the Kormoran was sporadic and disorganized, clear signs the turrets were fighting independently as best they could. The last sighting of the Sydney was a burning hulk disappearing over the horizon.


Captain Detmers (of the Kormoran) reported all this, but despite searches little was found of the Sydney, and no crew were ever found. There was a body washed up in a float thousands of miles away which may have been a crewmember, but this has been unable to be proven.



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What an inspiration!

The dulcet tones, the passion, the logic and the reason! The crowd was enthralled! Obama: A New Hope!

So WTF happened? Now it sounds more like attack of the drones.

The Drone Wars.

Seriously, now that he’s stopped campaigning, the guy sounds about as interesting as a recipe for mashed potatoes.

Still, at least he doesn’t sound as bad as this guy.

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Having Some Randomised Fun

Following yesterday’s revelations that Tim Blair’s site is written by a woman, and the startling news that Andrew Bolt’s site is written by a half-man, half-woman combination, I checked our site and I’m pleased to announce that we’re written by 70% males. Which is probably right on the mark.

So now that I knew what gender we are, I had to go found out what type of bloggers we are. This analysis found that we are the Doers:

The active and play-ful type. They are especially attuned to people and things around them and often full of energy, talking, joking and engaging in physical out-door activities.

The Doers are happiest with action-filled work which craves their full attention and focus. They might be very impulsive and more keen on starting something new than following it through. They might have a problem with sitting still or remaining inactive for any period of time.

Of particular interest was the analysis of what part of our brains we use when we’re writing posts. Have a look below.

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DVD Review: The Tudors.

Get ready…it’s Showtime!

The popular US cable company’s historical drama, centred in its first season around events early in the reign of that famous English monarch, King Henry VIII, has wooed many since its 2007 debut, despite the criticisms of some history aficionados. Whilst I can see how the series’ many historical inaccuracies have irritated those familiar with the period, I can also see why certain decisions were made, and on the whole feel they were justifiable in the interests of clarity and dramatic licence.

It’s a lavish, sexy production designed to appeal to contemporary audiences without dumbing everything down like <i> The Other Boleyn Girl</i>. The writing varies from adequate to good, the acting even better, the sets and costumes best of all. Clearly the makers are at pains to deliver a fresh, relevant production for the modern viewer. They want us to feel what it was like to live in the court of Henry VIII, and in doing that I agree that it’s better to have the characters speak and act in contexts we understand, if you can do that without descending into modern vulgarisms. Quasi-Shakespearean prose might sound more accurate but hardly conveys the same emotional content. It’s a fine line to tread. Bearing in mind, too, the show has to be commercially successful to survive (this ain’t a BBC production), I believe it’s struck a good balance. It’s King Henry might be shorter than the original, with closely-cropped dark hair rather than the flowing fair locks on record, but the actor, Jonathon Rhys Meyers does a fine job exploring this complex character’s volatility, his passions, temper, strengths and weaknesses. So too does the gorgeous Natalie Dormer, albeit sans Anne Boleyn’s famous dark eyes. Sam Neil does one of his better performances as the worldly Cardinal Wolsey, and the lesser characters are suitably fleshed out (being Showtime, you can take that literally for some of them) and entertaining.

About 70% of the entire season’s sex scenes are seen in the first episode. The finale aside, most of the rest could be shown in high school. And though we’re still a long way from the executions of Anne Boleyn and even Thomas Moore, there’s so much intrigue, scheming, double-dealing, wars and plagues, beddings and beheadings going on, you definitely won’t be bored.

For the pedants it’s true – Henry has one sister instead of two and she marries the King of Portugal, not the King of France. Henry Fitzroy dies early and Cardinal Wolsey does something at the end not in the history books, though in my opinion it’s a pretty reasonable assumption under the circumstances. Look up Wiki or your favourite encyclopedia if you want to check the events – you’ll find they’ve changed little that alters the spirit of the times (except the Princess Mary/Margaret amalgamation; they changed a lot there). With Henry Fitzroy, for instance, I’m sure they wanted us to feel something of what Henry must have gone through with the deaths of his previous children, particularly his only son, with Catherine of Aragon.

If I were you I’d just sit back and enjoy 10 hours of fascinating history and drama.

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How To Upset Leftards.

I guess Prop 8’s passing has sent a few moonbats over to the other side of crazy, and some of them are turning up on craigslist:

For any number of reasons that anyone who’s NOT a Goddamn American can easily nderstand, I have finally decided to wake up, smell the coffee and get the fuck out of this shithole country before it completely collapses unto itself. FUCK AMERICA AND FUCK AMERICANS. YOU POMPOUS, EGOTISTICAL, THINK YOU KNOW IT ALL BASTARDS.

I am an investment fund designer and investment fund manager. This is the highest paying occupation in the world. If you doubt it, look up “hedge fund designer/manager and see how much the average hedge fund manager earns per year. The average doctor doesn’t earn enough to buy toilet paper for a hedge fund manager. Look it up.

You can run a hedge fund from anywhere in the world where you have high speed internet access. I’ve managed a $100m+ fund from the deck of a 70 foot Hatteras yacht, anchored in the harbor of St. Tropez, on the French Riviera. Long as your satellite dish has an unobstructed view of the Southern Sky, you’re good to go. I’ve also managed a fund while sitting atop Ayers Rock in the Auatralian Outback. All you need is a laptop computer and a portable satellite system and a strong car battery (which is a real treat to hump to the top of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and back down.

I’d like to find a very nice Aussie girl to marry and get the fuck out of America.

If you’re interested, let me know please, ASAP.

I love that site.

My email:

Hi there,

Regarding waking up to America and why you want out, which bit are you having problems with? The voting in of Barry O (who may or may not be a Constitionally eligible candidate for POTUS), or George Bush and Karl Rove ruining the world economy via the Fanny and Freddie debacle?

Also, what, specifically, are you looking for? There are plenty of people who love Americans at the moment, but how much of that is due to the US being one of the most awesome places on the planet (the other is here), and how much of that is due to the lovefest that was the Election, depends upon the person.

The next four years are going to be very interesting indeed.

Good luck,


Of course, I did include a link to my blog and he went and had a look.

He didn’t like it.

You sound exactly like the woman I’ve looked for all my life and am glad beyond measure that I’ve never found.

I’m going to marry a real English Princess. She’s got a tiara and everything else that goes along with royalty. She’s worth a fortune and has enough $$$$$ to get a good sized fund started.

Needless to say, I also love statcounter, because it tells me that Mr. Hedgefund is from Berkeley.

Now why doesn’t that surprise me?


Theres a little bit of me in every mouthfull…

I tried to resist but i have to put this little story on.

Man caught with penis in pasta jar … near Nobbys Beach

A man caught near Nobbys Beach with his penis in a pasta sauce jar led police on a 20 kmh car chase, Newcastle Local Court heard yesterday.


As my missus is wont to say “what is it about you men and your dicks, isnt there anything you wont stick it in?”. (I think the answer to that is probably….no)


They found a 750-millilitre jar around his penis and noted that Weatherley attempted to continue “pleasuring himself in between bouts of wrestling”.

A search of his car uncovered pornography, a home-made sex aid, women’s stockings and a Jack Russell terrier.

The Jack Russell is still having counselling as we speak…

I know one thing, Im not going to this blokes place for dinner.

So just what is a “Right-winger”? Part I

Well, there is no better forum to ponder and discuss this question than on a blog. You do not know my real name. Chances are you do not know my job. Nor my race, nor my religion. In fact, “I” am just words, ideas on a screen. Faceless. Nameless.

All you have to go by is my ideas; what’s between my ears.

And that’s the point.

I don’t give a shit where you came from, what race nor religion you are or how mummy cooked your dinner when you were a kid.

It’s about ideas. And whether they are shit or the shit.


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100,000: milestone reached

This is freakin’ awesome guys. Today we hit a new milestone here at Tizona; 100,000 visitors for November (so far) from all over this globally heated world of ours.

So a big thank you to all our editors and all our readers! Not just for reading and commenting, but for spreading the word that is the VRWC.

And all before our anniversary! That’s in nine days time!

100,000 visits

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