Hurray Buffalo!

Posted by T on June 09, 2012

When Dabney some years after the war saw the people of Richmond come out en masse and loudly cheer a veterans parade, he exclaimed, “there’s life in the old land yet.”

So it is when I saw the news clip of an interview from Buffalo. Never mind the kikenheadline.  Jump to 1:35 to skip the kikenshit. Par for the course.

Jews must have gone slack-jawed when they saw it. “Oy veh, fifty years of propaganda and this goy doesn’t even know the ABCs yet!”

Imagine: a white man publicly standing up for his people, and doing it with calm confidence, without apology, without blushing, without stammering, staring down the whiny twit that is almost speechless with amazement.

Everywhere, people are waking up! There’s life in the old land yet!


5 Comments to Hurray Buffalo!

  • Christian — yes, but he was starting to get a little defensive. “That’s just what I think” etc. Instead, he should have punched the cliches out of the park. “Oh really? I think you’re lying. Name three neighborhoods that you have seen go to pot because Whites moved in.” “Of course there are bad Whites, but we know how to deal with them. But we don’t know how to deal with bad Blacks, as every destroyed city in America is proof of.” And so forth.

    Yes, the hosts do sound like Whites. With conceited, brainwashed tools like those, the jewish media bosses don’t even need to front their shows with names like Rosenthal and Stein, thus allowing the illusion to go on.

  • Yes, he got a little defensive, and I can retroactively think of better ways I’d have answered those self-hating punks. I’m going to discuss this story in the first segment of our next live show (this Sat, July 7th):

    Hope you and your readers can tune in.

    But what he *did* before those two Jew-run media outlets is light years ahead of what any notable Christian pastor or leader would do. That’s the news. God’s raising up stones, as it were.

    Blessings, brother. Keep up the fight.

  • Indeed so. We should use him as a template to rehearse how we can “give an answer” even better.
    I’ll be traveling (leaving now) but look forward to listening to the show later!

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