Media Matters And The Neocons

They shouldn’t fool anyone, but they do.

George Soros funded / hyper leftist / Marx pandering TV “watch dog group” Media Matters has its collective panties in a knot because Fox News big shot Rupert Murdoch has publicly agreed with fellow neocon Glen Beck that President Obama is a racist. “He was right,” said Murdoch.
In July 2008, Glenn Beck notoriously declared that he believes President Obama is “a racist” with a “deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture.” For a dyed in the wool neocon who regularly condemns even the remotest form of American white nationalism this is big news. Of course, Beck’s comments played a key part in at least 80 bedwetting advertisers dropping their support of his television program. Various media outlets and talking heads admonished his comments, but Fox News let Beck slide. Why? Because Rupert Murdoch, chairman of News Corp., the parent company of Fox News, says he agrees that President Obama is a racist. Moreover Murdoch went on to say: “And, you know, that was something which perhaps shouldn’t have been said about the president, but if you actually assess what he was talking about, he [Beck] was right.” Media Matters says this is a new low even for Fox, and it is a low they cannot let slide.

NOTE; American White Nationalists have been warning their fellow Americans about Obama’s race hate for years prior to his White House bid. Thanks Rupert.

Therefore George Soros funded / hyper leftist / Marx pandering TV “watch dog group” Media Matters now wants to hold Rupert the Neocon responsible and command that he apologize for his own “intolerable” remarks. They have even gone so far as to reserve some of their unlimited bandwidth in order to deliver signatures to News Corp and demand Murdoch apologize via mediamatters.org\action\murdochapology.

Never mind the fact non-white groups have been making off with billions of dollars of taxpayer operating money, specifically in order to maintain their ethnic platforms. Not a peep about it.

The way Media Matters sees it “this type of race-baiting is par for the course for Fox News.” They even cite Fox News president Roger Ailes who has imitated the far left by spending “the better part of his career working as a Republican media consultant, during which time he became known for appealing to racial fears and biases for political gain. Under Ailes’ leadership Fox News routinely employs these same tactics in its ongoing campaign to destroy the Obama administration and the progressive agenda.”  (They actually mean their Frankfurt School / Critical Theory agenda.)

But let’s keep it real here. Glen Becks’ remarks about Obama are an anomaly, and he would just as soon allow himself to be ripped to shreds taking on “white racists” like Jared Taylor or Professor Kevin McDonald. As a neoconservative Beck is part a cabal whose core group consists of neoconservative defense intellectuals, corporate open border advocates, and “pro forma” non-white supporters. In other words they are rightly called “neoconservatives” because many of them started off as anti-Stalinist leftists or liberals before moving to what passes for the “far right.”  Media Matters on the other hand attempts to explain why neoconservative media is biased and declares that, in fact, all communication is biased. They often trot out examples of neoconservative/right wing media bias, race hate, bigotry, etc, and generously explain how we can judge that bias. Never mind the fact they too are made up of defense intellectuals, corporate open border advocates, and “pro forma” non-white supporters. While Media Matters might snow job a number of news consumers the fact remains they are attacking empty suit right wing bias with Critical Theory bias, only whinier than most.

As American White Nationalists we’ll go ahead and continue to utilize, albeit carefully, a few ratings gaffs from the likes of Glen Beck and Rupert Murdoch in order to underscore our justifiable cause. And to hell with Media Matters.

Published in: on November 13, 2009 at 3:43 am  Leave a Comment  

Payback

We at EAU advocate economic nationalism, which places the economy at the service of the nation; we believe that the welfare of our people should supersede all other things, including the ability of multinational corporations and the government to exploit or ignore our people for unbridled profits and uninformed votes. But we clearly have a long way to go. I’m about as sick of being politically ethnically and morally ripped off as you are. While many of us cannot claim to be an economist or a soldier of fortune with the ability to fix the problem, “another tune” needs to be sung as soon as possible.

So don’t ever expect politicians and other know-it-alls to admit that everything is interconnected in the world of prices.

Two Russian economists, Nikolai Shmelev and Vladimir Popov, agree that “the smallest change in one element is passed along the chain to millions of others.” In other words when there is a large increase in the demand for ice cream it can raise the price of baseball mitts. Honest…

When everything is related via systems and sub-systems however distant, arbitrary government policy that sets a finicky goal has unintended consequences that, in turn, have other unintended consequences. When the federal government tried to make home ownership more “affordable” to minorities in the 1990s by coercing the very banking houses they are now bailing out to do so, that wonderful idea ripped through the economy like the flu and gave birth to the current unemployment / Titanic scenario.

Essentially, Congress directed federal regulatory agencies to lean on banks to lend money to people the banks felt could not repay the loans including properly profiled Mexicans and poor blacks. When everything started going to hell, true to form politicians pointed the finger of blame to the banks(!) in order to sidetrack our attention from their own terrible regulations.

Republicans and Democrats bear the guilt and ought to pay in a slow painful manner.

Fear of government is more effective than government itself.

Fear of government is more effective than government itself.

Only in the make believe world of Washington DC will worse regulation fix bad regulation. To say it would be a good idea to reject the poorly revised “affordable” housing Community Reinvestment Act is an understatement.

What’s more, if one looks at the spike in food prices created directly by the push to add ethanol in fuel, or if we look at the unsustainability of Medicare spending, along with the kind of government waste that would put 99.99% of the population in prison, the record of government meddling in the economy has been so unmanageable voters should realize that more regulation furthering centralized control of health care will cost us not only wealth and quality of care, but also the very freedoms our European ancestors fought and died to protect.

However commendable goals might appear to be in the mainstream media, they are not worth the institutional failure history has repeatedly taught us to expect. Like I said, when everything is related via systems and sub-systems, however distant, arbitrary government policy that sets a finicky goal will have unintended consequences that, in turn, have other unintended consequences. In this case we can ultimately & justifiably cite the abject erosion of European Americans’ political social and economic standing in the nation of their fore fathers. Facts are facts. No one voted for this insanity (except for a handful of well organized fetish leaning Bolsheviks).

On the other hand, even now in the eleventh hour we can still turn things around. But in all likelihood it’s liable to be one messy proposition. Get hot.

Sunrise

Face all of the terrible truths that have put our people on the road to eventual insignificance.

by Frank Roman

In order to successfully weaken  today’s one-party system it is absolutely necessary to weaken the elements of dominant control; controls that prevent us as a people from working towards our genetic and cultural survival. And believe me, acting like a run-of-the-mill-tar paper-shack-bigot won’t help anyone. For example while the Internet challenges control of the party line, the expansion of government threatens freedom. In both cases something is being undermined by way of surreptitious activity. What YOU should be working toward is not depictions of ill repute or illegality; but acknowledging we have made today’s social order a prison for ourselves, and  then bringing this fact to other people’s attention.

For starters, many of our people are trapped like rats in the death grip of political correctness because, among other things, they actually believe the races are in some sense “equal” and you ought to point out the sheer idiocy that it would be of no importance if one race is swapped for another–regardless of the nation in question. For another thing our technology has grown while we, as a people, have devolved in our understanding of who we are, concentrating instead on short term gratification through this technology and ignoring the genetic and nationwide consequences of those actions. In other words, many of us are wearing electronic blinders and they absolutely must come off.

Internet-world-wide-web-laptopWe have to stop being cowards and take back our local and national institutions from the real enemy: our own elitist liberal leaders, the media and educational system. You know as well as I do without them the destruction of European America could not continue. You should also want our people to survive by helping to stop the invasion of millions of aliens across our sovereign borders without so much as a shot being fired.

You should yearn to teach our children that their own history and culture is not evil; that their history is one of heroism; that they must actively work against government mandated multiculturalism by replacing apathy with vitality; to face all of the terrible truths that have put us on the road to eventual insignificance. You must raise absolute hell with the purveyors of motion pictures, sit-coms, and tabloids whenever they depict our people in an unfair and unwarranted bad light.

However, the single most intelligent approach to understand is this: while individual efforts and skills are terribly important, it is imperative for European Americans to endure as a group and that for such continued existence, in-depth organization as a group will be necessary.European_Americans_United_Yard_Sign_Small_p01[1] But – let’s be clear: The Board of Directors at EAU is not going to dictate what needs to be done. Other than issuing our E-Voice activism alert or an alert on our news site that leaves the choice up to you, we are not going to “order” you to do anything. We should be hearing from you, the motivated and resourceful European American with definitive ideas and a spine of steel! The organizational framework and fellow activists (other than the Board) you need to work with is either standing by or merely waiting to be a member of EAU. The information you need is out there, like low hanging fruit waiting to be exploited. The remedy for the plight of our people will then rise like a new morning behind the eyes of the hero you see in the mirror everyday.

“Who is Frank Roman?”

Published in: on June 10, 2009 at 12:11 am  Leave a Comment  
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