Friday, 2 December 2011

And they called him Newt....

A newt is a warty crested lizard, pock-marked skin and flabby jowls, that emits a foul-smelling odour, ruthlessly catches and devours its prey but takes off like a scalded cat when threatened itself. It was thus with uncanny clairvoyance that the parents of Newton Leroy Gingrich named him Newt when he was born (created?) in 1943. For arguably he’s the most vile repulsive polymer-based life form on the face of the planet at this time.

Why do I say that? Where to begin? Well, Newt’s a great believer in Christian Marriage, so enthusiastic for it that he’s been married three time already. He married the first (Jackie Battley) while he was still a schoolboy and she his geometry teacher, and from whom, I would imagine he learned a few nifty new angles. But sadly, she contracted serious cancer. One day he got up, went to his critically ill wife in hospital and forced her to sign divorce papers. Meanwhile the next Mrs. Gingrich (Marianne Ginther) was at home in Wife One’s bed, having spent the night therein shagging Gingrich. According to L.H. Carter, his campaign treasurer, Gingrich said of Battley: "She's not young enough or pretty enough to be the wife of the President. And besides, she has cancer

Sheer class.

But Wife Two didn’t look after her health. Big mistake. Newt likes his wives to be brimming with health. Despite his enthusiasm for Christian Marriage, he never seemed to have got to the ‘for better or worse’ bit, and when Marianne got multiple sclerosis she was ditched by this noxious repellant creep. But not before he had milked some publicity out of it by performing his Caring Husband routine for the benefit of the assembled MSM presstitutes. And there was yet another factor that hastened her demise. For the future Speaker of the House of Representatives was in the saddle yet again, this time with a young lady who was, ahem, working under him on one of his campaigns at the time. Callista Bisek was also nearly a quarter of a century younger than him (still is).

Apparently he was caught in flagrante delicto with Callista on top of his office desk by a another campaign worker. Callista seems to possess Newt’s moral flexibility for she professes to be a ‘devout Roman Catholic’. I see, a devout Catholic shagging a married man on his office desk while his wife suffered at home with MS. In any event, she’s so devout that Newt has now decided to ‘convert’ to Catholicism. Isn't that something? What was the Damascene spur? Was it at a moment of climax as he called out the Holy Name? Who knows? The Lord moves in mysterious ways. Or maybe he’s negotiating with the Pope for some high-value indulgences in exchange for who knows what? He could do with them.

Now you must understand that while all of this was going on Newt was leading the campaign in the House against Bill Clinton for his ‘immoral’ behavior. While simultaneously presiding over the passage of the Defense of Marriage Act. But he has taken, in fairness, firm and principled on several issues, such as the fate of Freddie Mac and Fannie May and House healthcare initiatives. He was so principled that it took him tens of millions of dollars to switch his support to the opposite side. Newt in fairness doesn’t give up his principles cheaply.

The scale, depth and sheer brazenness of his corruption were so bad that even the House of Representatives, that bought and paid for den of thieves and charlatans, could no longer stomach it and fined him $300,000, the first time in the House's 200-year history it had discipline­d a Speaker for ethical wrongdoing­.. Nice one, Newt! And this despite the fact that as Speaker of the House he had appointed the ethics committee.

Newt also likes wars, especially those being pushed by the Israelis, and is now a passionate advocate for attacking Iran. Of course, like all the rest of the chicken hawks, his passion for wars doesn’t extend to his actually taking part in them. But you kinda guessed that, didn’t you? He enthusiastically supported the Vietnam adventure but dodged the draft by marrying his teacher and deploying a range of other dodges. Still, he was a great supporter of ‘our brave troops’ and doubtless wept copious tears as the body bags landed by the tens of thousands.

But ironically, this high-minded patriotism was his undoing. Listen to Newt "I was doing things that were wrong, and yet, I was doing them because I worked too hard". Why? “Because I felt passionately ... about this country." Poor guy, he was wrapped so tight in the flag, it must have cut off the air supply to his head. So now we know that all the adultery, corruption, about-faces and multiple marriages occurred because he worked so hard for the America he loves so much! So can you imagine what he’ll be like if he has to handle a Presidential workload? Well Callista will be for the chop, that’s for sure. Meanwhile she’d better stay real close to her doctor. Have even the mildest sniffle checked out.

And talking of Presidential workloads I see that Gingrich is now leading the Republican field. As I asked in a recent post, can it be an accident that the American political system (especially the Republicans) throws up (appropriate that!) such a vile, degenerate, noxious, repulsive, ignorant and incoherent selection of candidates? Is the political system so debased that a country that has lead the world in almost every arena for the last century cannot do better? Or does it mean that the real wielders of power arrange things so that they have vulnerable bought-and-paid-for sock puppets in the White House at all times? Or more specifically that they want to ensure Four More Years for Barry by putting up an unelectable Repub candidate?

I don’t know, but either way the stench is sickening.


Anonymous said...

David Icke is right.
Newt is quite clearly of reptilian origin.

northern athiest said...

I always figured Newt an airbag who's very existence totally disrespected and maligned those poor little Newts that I so often enjoyed watching in the streams near my home as a child...

PS - that's not a newt in the picture!

Anonymous said...

No. I always thought newts to be very graceful swimmers and rather enchanting as I, as a boy, watched them in a crystal clear spring near my home. I think you have mistaken Newt's photo as a real newt.

Anonymous said...

Ken Livingstone will be so so disappointed with all the efforts he put in to save Newts.

Oh no!

kulak said...

I hope Trump runs.

Now there's a man who knows how to declare bankruptcy!

Elaine said...

Gingrich is pure evil. Without a redeeming quality.

Calculus said...

Wow, i never heard about that in the MSM. I almost thought Newt was the good guy.

Anyway, good post Mr Savant.
I also came to watch, again, this famous speech of JFK about secret societies.

First time i didn't think much of it, but now, I realise JFK was probably the only (and the last after his trip to dallas, Tx) high ranking official with some credibility who ever openly talked and warned about secret societies.

I mean, he is the president of the United states and he speaks about covert organizations that are out of his control. It should have been a big deal. Of course with the cold war raging this speech was forgotten the day after. Since then, no officials, presidents, popes etc, have ever touched the issue. This is frightening.

Franz said...

You all know how Gingrich proceates, right?

He jumps into the face of the woman and latches onto it. Really hard. He then injects his larva into her mouth and only then lets go of her face.

For the next couple of weeks, the larva nourishes itself from the flesh of its host-woman.

Finally the larva breaks free through the sternum of the host, thereby killng it. A procedure called "chest bursting".

After all is said and done, Newt calls the MSM and claims that his wife died of Cancer/MS/the plague/whatever.

Of course, all the "Alien" films were just thinly veiled Gingrich-porn.

beppo said...

I seem to be of sterner stuff than Northern Athiest (sic)- I used to take the newts on mano a mano and carry them home in a jam jar.
Don't they turn into frogs or something- it's been a long time.

Anonymous said...

I can't stand the guy either. Problem with your story is it's a myth that Newt went to see his wife as she lay dying of cancer in her hospital bed and presented her with divorce papers.

From the words of his own daugher (link follows) -

So, to correct the record, here is what happened: My mother, Jackie Battley Gingrich, is very much alive, and often spends time with my family. I am lucky to have such a “Miracle Mom,” as I titled her in a column this week.
As for my parents’ divorce, I can remember when they told me.
It was the spring of 1980.
I was 13 years old, and we were about to leave Fairfax, Va., and drive to Carrollton, Ga., for the summer. My parents told my sister and me that they were getting a divorce as our family of four sat around the kitchen table of our ranch home.
Soon afterward, my mom, sister and I got into our light-blue Chevrolet Impala and drove back to Carrollton.
Later that summer, Mom went to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta for surgery to remove a tumor. While she was there, Dad took my sister and me to see her.
It is this visit that has turned into the infamous hospital visit about which many untruths have been told. I won’t repeat them. You can look them up online if you are interested in untruths. But here’s what happened:
My mother and father were already in the process of getting a divorce, which she requested.
Dad took my sister and me to the hospital to see our mother.
She had undergone surgery the day before to remove a tumor.
The tumor was benign.
As with many divorces, it was hard and painful for all involved, but life continued.


Rob said...

"Or does it mean that the real wielders of power arrange things so that they have vulnerable bought-and-paid-for sock puppets in the White House at all times?"
Yes, that about sums it up. The only Republican the powers that be (i.e. MSM, Wall St) will allow to win the nomination is one whose policies on vital issues like immigration are only marginally different from those of the Democrats.

kudzo bob said...

Frightening to think this slimeball probably will be going up against Obama. What a choice.

Occidental said...

@Calculus: I mean, he is the president of the United states and he speaks about covert organizations that are out of his control. It should have been a big deal. Of course with the cold war raging this speech was forgotten the day after. Since then, no officials, presidents, popes etc, have ever touched the issue. This is frightening.

It certainli si frightening. And the really scary bit is that it seems to be 10 times worse today than in Kennedy's time.

Anonymous said...

The slimeball and the slimeballier to quote Bertier Ahernier.

Anonymous said...

I remember reading once that anyone could become the US president.

Sad to say it looks as though this is indeed true.

The really frightening thing is that an immoral and vacillating slug like Kennedy, springing from a family of gangsters, over-privileged hypocrites and murderers is held up as an example of one of the better presidents.

Or that that disgusting, psychopathic, power-mad slut Hillary Clinton is seen as a better or more popular choice than Obongobongo.

The democrats truly are the party of evil.

Ooh boy.

Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

If/when this slug gets elected he should just hang a "For Sale" sign around his neck.

Anonymous said...


All four Knoxville Horror verdicts have been overturned.

Anonymous said...

You do know that we can utterly destroy the system, starting tomorrow, without a shot being fired or an angry word uttered?

By discarding all unnecessary cash and going to barter.

A lot of Whites started doing this in South Africa in the late nineties, early 2000's. No cash, no cheques, no bank activity ... no questions.

Service my car and I'll paint your bedroom. Fix my leaky faucet and take this bag of potatoes ...

The ANC filled their little knickers, and there was absolutely fuck all they could do about it.

We did it for all recorded history. We can do it again. If I have it correct, Nazi Germany did it. Two Siemens locomotives for a shipload of Argentinian beef.

Any comments?


Anonymous said...

"Blackwood's labeling of 'structurally' flawed trials presided over by Baumgartner in the Christian/Newsom case meant that no actual error by the disgraced judge had to be shown in order to merit new trials."

brian boru said...

If any of these politicians were honourable men then they would not be in any position of influence. The jew carefully selects the most vile creatures and grooms them for the positions of power they want them to occupy. Psychopaths like Tony Blair or George Bush are well rewarded for their crimes against the people they are supposed to lead and protect. A Congressman or Senator or MP or TD is nowadays almost invariably a scumbag. This is why the jew pushes 'democracy' everywhere. It is so corruptable and easy to control. It is a system that is designed to prevent any meaningful change for the good and only benefits the parasitic jew life-form that has caused more human suffering and death and cultural and environmental destruction than all people on earth combined. It's time for a real change.

Anonymous said...


The only man of principle in the whole caboodle is RON PAUL. I will be voting for him whether he runs as a Republican or Independent. I'm sick of the government/public sector tyranny on this country - more and more Americans are realizing what their forbears rebelled against under George III.

Another point, Savant. You talked about publicly revealing your identity soon, once you'd retired from your job. Don't do it. Don't put a target on your back.


Calculus said...

Obama has some good in him.
Give him that: at least he doesn't play the racist card while at the same time going white-woman only, like Cain.

I predict for 2012:

US: Bachmann (bad Newt as Vice Pres.)
France: Gellyman with Dupond Aignan
Russia: Putin, no choice

Bemused stare said...

Uncle Nasty, the American voter is left with the old sailors choice. That being to choose, the lesser of to weevils.

Ironically, going back probably to before my grandparents were born, the choice is an illusion followed by being served up a healthy dollop of scurvy with a side order of leprosy.

SAVANT said...

JP - I absolutely exclude Ron Paul from the list of scoundrels. I should have made this clear in this post although I made it very clear in the earlier one.

Croesus said...

UN - barter is definitely an option. You can extend it by joining a Barter Exchange (lots of sites on the web) but need to be careful of the tax (especially VAT) implications.

But yes, it's a major way of undermining the corrupt system that rules us.

kulak said...

I am absolutely voting for Obama.

Paul is silly.

aceshigh said...

I hope your politics are better than your biology. That's nothing like a newt.

Anonymous said...

Savant - Brilliantly written! The US certainly ain't what it was when I was young. We are not as free as much of the world would believe. Of course, in this day and age, our candidate pool is selected for us. Like "Bemused Stare" said, it's a lesser of two evils thing. I like Paul, and the media gives him little coverage; but he is just one man - we need many people to wake up and shake off the shackles. I think Marxism creeped in on little cat feet, with it's vehicle being "diversity" and "multiculturalism". I guess class warfare was the vehicle for the Soviets.

UN - I like your thinking

culture of critique said...

Cultural Marxism in the British criminal justice system in action:

a man and woman arrested on suspicion of rape and GBH of a one month old baby boy, who is now fighting for his life, have been released on police bail, while the English Tram Lady rots in prison and her kids have been snatched by social services, just because she spoke the truth in front of a bunch of immigrants.

Frank said...

Former House Speaker and presumptive 2008 Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich addressed a freedom-of-speech awards dinner in New Hampshire last night and said the problem with the Internet in an age of terrorism is that it allows too damn much freedom of speech.

He made a comment at a Freedom-of-speech awards dinner that there is too much freedom of speech on the Internet! How much nerve does that take

Anonymous said...

As the Fugees so eloquently put it, "Newt Gingrich sucks dick".

Rastus said...

Gingrich won't get the nominiation. There's way too much dirt there for even the Repubs to stomach.

Anonymous said...

Ugh. He makes my skin crawl. (I'm a social liberal, which might colour my view. But, fundamentally, I think I'm right.)

Newt is just your garden variety sociopathic man-child. There is no "there" there.

He has no principles. He has never kept a promise in either his personal or political life. He does what feels good at the time and has no compunctions about abandoning it when he's bored.

(Which means that his obsessions last, ooh, about thirty seconds.)

If snowballs dance in hell, and he somehow (1) gets the nomination and (2) beats Obama, he might actually be more terrifying than Teh Won.

Yes, Obama is awful. But at least you can usually predict the way in which he will be awful. Corporatist Marxism, for all its myriad evils, can at least be mapped.

Newt just does what's fun for Newt - he might quite literally do anything at all.

Anonymous said...

culture of critique said...

Cultural Marxism in the British criminal justice system in action:

a man and woman arrested on suspicion of rape and GBH of a one month old baby boy, ...

This is very common in Africa. The perpetrator will be a 'groid and will be HIV positive.

The nogs, with their superior knowledge of everything, medicine included, believe that sex with a child (a confirmed virgin) cures AIDS.

Three dead giveaways that the perpetrators are nogs?

1. No mention of race ... if the perpetrator had been white, IT WOULD HAVE BEEN MENTIONED, SOMEHOW. At the very least a pixelated or masked image would have been released revealing skin colour.

2. No inflammatory language sneaked into the headline or body copy. No words like "Appalling", "Vile" or "perverted". In fact the original is so neutral in tone as to be stone dead.

3. They're on bail.

Oh, and a fourth ...

4. No cheap-arse politician has leaped into the fray promising intensive reform and draconian law-change.

I'd be happy to be proven wrong, but somehow ...


Anonymous said...

Franz ... you have given "Alien" a new definition of horror for me.

I won't sleep tonight.


Anonymous said...

While we're on the subject of wastes of space ...

Uganda going into space?

“This is the Ugandan aircraft that Africa hopes will thrust it right into the space race. Constructed amidst the rubble of his mother’s backyard, ambitious Chris NSamba believes the African Skyhawk will lead to his continent launching its first astronaut into orbit.

The African Space Research Programme founder has been helped by 600 volunteers in partially achieving the first stage of his dream – the creation of the plane that will penetrate the edge of space by flying at 80,000ft.

And once the African Skyhawk has had a successful test flight sometime next year, the 28-year-old plans to turn his hand to building the continent’s first space shuttle. He firmly believes it will launch in the next ‘four to six years’.

But given the condition of his project at the moment, he might be advised to buy a gigantic rubber band to help it on its way.”

For those of you who want a glimpse into our future, go here:

And scroll down.

Interesting site BTW. I have watched it's evolution (or should that be devolution?) from quite PC to a far more race realist attitude over the last few months.

Cultural Marxism wearing a bit thin? Go there and judge for yourself.


tokyo paddy said...

Those 4 points you mention UN are spot on. Shuld be framed and placed over every 'News' desk.

white rose said...

UN - dont be too hard on Kennedy. He was trying to take on the 'deep state', Zionists, military industrial complex etc before they got him.

Franz said...

@ UN

Not only "Alien" was inspired by a politician. There is also "Inseminoid". I just can't figure out if the filmmakers alluded to Clinton or Berlusconi.

Anonymous said...

Just for fun ...

I love Christmas lights. They remind me of illegal immigrants. They all hang together, half of the SOBs don't work, and the ones that do aren't that bright.

Harold Covington

Buy the books.

Covington's fourth novel has just been released on Amazon. It's US$30.00 plus postage, but at least you can feed the guy for a week or two.

Make his Christmas a little merrier, if you can.

Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

From the States: Newt may be slimey, and yes, I have issues with his apparent lack of discipline, but if he can put this country on a fiscally conservative track, he's got my vote. I'll certainly vote for him over the mongrel clown who's currently in the White House. In fact, I'll vote for dog diarrhea over Obongo.

awakened said...

anon 22.55. You say 'if he can put this country on a fiscally conservative track'

With respect, that's very naive of you. Gingrich will sell out to the highest bidder. As Savant says, he might as well hang a For Sale sign around his neck.

Bemused stare said...

Anon@3 December 2011 22:55

Hence my "lesser of two weevils" comment. At the current rate, I give it twenty years and you'll see candidates sponsored by "Pedigree."

Mushkil Gusha said...

anon writes

[Newt] has no principles. He has never kept a promise in either his personal or political life. He does what feels good at the time and has no compunctions about abandoning it when he's bored.

He may not have principles, but he has masters.

(Six Degrees of Larry Silverstein)

While in Congress, Gingrich benefited from the activities of his (second) wife, Marianne, then on the payroll of the Israel Export Development Company (IEDCO), promoting the importation of Israeli products into the United States—even as Gingrich used his influence in Congress to advance U.S.-Israeli trade.

IEDCO was the brainchild of Larry Silverstein, the billionaire owner of the World Trade Center towers at the time of the 9-11 tragedy, best known for urging, “pull it”—in reference to the trade center’s Building 7, which was deliberately imploded—as 9-11 researchers have documented relentlessly.

Silverstein even admitted to The Wall Street Journal that Gingrich was one of a number in Congress who lobbied to support Silverstein’s ventures. This happened at a time when Gingrich’s wife was on Silverstein’s payroll.

Mrs. Gingrich’s IDECO deal was cut in 1994 after she and Newt traveled to Israel at the expense of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, a lobby for Israel.

Mushkil Gusha said...

"Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lost his best friend in the U.S. Congress, and Israel lost its strongest supporter in the House Republican leadership when Newt Gingrich decided to step down as Speaker and retire...

...When the two most powerful appropriators in the House began screaming like that, Israel and its friends became understandably nervous. Only the personal intervention of Gingrich got them to back off...

...Until this summer, the buzz at the Israeli Embassy was that Netanyahu spoke to Gingrich more often than to his own ambassador at the time, Eliahu Ben-Elissar, and the ambassador often found out what transpired when he saw it in the news media...

A Jewish Democratic politico said of Gingrich's pro-Israel credentials, 'I don't think Newt is acting. I'd like to say he's full of it, but he isn't. Yes, he was trying to out right-wing the right-wing Jews, but he's a true believer. Livingston may say what AIPAC wants to hear, but it's not in his kishkes. He's not a true believer. '

After Gingrich, no one else in the top GOP House leadership and none of the leadership wannabes can match his pro-Israel credentials or relations with the Jewish community."

Resignation of Newt Gingrich means Israel is losing a friend, Nov. 13 1998

Anonymous said...

Savant, what do you make of this.

Ugandan space chief builds test craft in his mother's muddy back yard (and you'll never believe his plans for zero gravity training)


RegThe Hedge said...

Feel powerless to hit back at the marxist bastards who are giving our childrens birthright away to trogs?
Give the bastards a broken nose.

Anonymous said...

I dont believe Gingrich is a true believer in anything. Except maybe Newt Gingrich.

RegThe Hedge said...

Guys, getting Christmas presents? Maybe you'll support our guys this year.
Mel Gibson's latest, Lars Von Triers latest, Covingtons books, Jarred Taylors latest book.

Hey Savant, how about throwing together a kosha shopping list for nationalists this Christmas?

SAVANT said...

@Reg. Good idea. I'll draw up such a list and welcome any suggestions.

SAVANT said...

Gerry. I was amazed to see this about the Ugandan space programme. Especially as a friend of mine was working with Aerbus for 3 years just designing a new wing. He should have consulted these geniuses in Kampala and saved himself and the company a lot of trouble.

Bemused stare said...

I see they have a new system in place for the poor oppressed muzzies in Australia. Stand by for the next young lady who dares to open her mouth and ends up in prison.

Anonymous said...

<a href=">Gingrich would teach course online from Oval Office</a>

"I think I will probably teach a course when I am president," he told a group of students at St. Anselm College. "I think I will finally try to do something that outlines for the whole country what we will try to accomplish."

So is he saying he has no teleprompter reading issues?

justme said...

@Bemused Stare. This goes into my Too Strange To Be Belived file. Only good thing is that the comments from ordinary Australians were 90% negative.

Anonymous said...

Looking at the image (not the toothy one) I am struck by how all US congresscreatures have a look about them as if they were all assembled in the same factory.

Big head of fluffy, blow-dried hair ... (think of Newt, Clinton, Ted Kennedy) Check.

Enormous bulldog-like jowls ... got it.

Pale, lumpy complexions ... right.

Carefully capped and whitened teeth ... OK.

Well, it appears that events eventuate that may not make the office of president all that attractive ...



Impossible? Maybe not. You need money to prosecute a successful war. The West is broke ... China ain't.

The West has been frozen out of North Korea for half a century ... China hasn't. They're buddies.

Chinese intelligence has been active in the west for six decades, now ... westerners in China? Not many.

The west has shown it's military prowess (or lack of) in the Middle east for ten years now. The Chinese could put a hundred million men under arms in a month ... and promise a girlfriend to each of the survivors.
Never underestimate the persuasive power of all those little quivering Chinese willies yearning for the sun.

Point of the story? Maybe Tel Aviv and it's suburbs in Washington, DC and New York had better rethink their next middle east strategy.

Oh, and by the way ... to wash the taste of gingrich out of your mouth ... real newt images. Some are rather sweet.

Uncle Nasty

PS: Ignore the one of the fucking huge orange salamander ... that's just ghastly.


Anonymous said...

While we're on unspeakable politicians, the first jigaboo is really taking the piss, now ...

The Vacationer-in-Chief takes off for Christmas while lecturing Congress to stay in Washington DC and work.

What a Hypocrite. President Obama has once again proven that he has no care for what he does, or how it effects the voters.

Let's clarify this with the definition of Hypocrisy as it is the main issue with our do nothing leader.

Hypocrisy is the state of pretending to have virtues, moral or religious beliefs, principles, etc., that one does not actually have. Hypocrisy involves the deception of others and is thus a kind of lie.

Hypocrisy is not simply failing to practice those virtues that one preaches.

It should be no surprise that the " Vacationer-in-Chief" is the king of all Hypocrites. As demonstrated by him on multiple occasions, and most recently yesterday:

Friday, President Obama reacted to the Senate’s failure to pass his gimmicky Payroll Tax Cut Extension:

“We need to get this done. And I expect that it’s going to get done before Congress leaves. Otherwise, Congress may not be leaving and we can all spend Christmas here together.”**

Apparently, Congress will be adjourning to Hawaii, because the White House announced tonight that Barack Obama will take a 17(?)* day vacation in Hawaii over the holidays.


Trip of the President to Honolulu, Hawaii

December 17th, 2011 to January 2nd, 2012

Trip Overview

On Saturday, December 17th, 2011, the President will travel to Honolulu, Hawaii. He will return to Washington, DC on Monday, January 2nd, 2012. ... public events are scheduled during the trip. ...

They made the announcement on a Friday when people pay little attention to the news ...

So, the pressures of fucking up everything he touches, are finally getting to the little jug-eared beanpole.

Hey, America, look on the bright side ... as long as the bumbler and his family of silver-backs are out of town, that's seventeen days of irreparable damage he can't do.

God help you on the first week of January, though.

Uncle Nasty.

PS:- ** ... as Rajesh said in The Big Bang Theory: "Oooh, the Man's going all alpha-nerd on his ass ..."

*17 days? Someone can't use a calculator -- or a calendar. I despair.


rebel said...

Put the fucker on permanent vacation and we'll all be fine.

Anonymous said...

So that is what Mary O'Rourke meant when she said that the government that she was in was working like blacks

Anonymous said...

US political slimebags #267754

Eric Holder loses it with a reporter.

“STOP THIS!”: Eric Holder Demands Daily Caller Stop Publishing Damning “Fast And Furious” Series – Audio Added

Embattled Attorney General Eric Holder today demanded The Daily Caller stop publishing articles about the growing calls in Congress for his resignation because of the failed Operation Fast and Furious gun-walking program.

As Holder’s aide was escorting the attorney general offstage following his remarks Tuesday afternoon at the White House, a Daily Caller reporter introduced himself and shook Holder’s hand. The reporter asked him for a response to the growing chorus of federal legislators demanding his resignation.

Holder stepped towards the exit, then turned around, stepped back toward the reporter, and sternly said, “You guys need to — you need to stop this. It’s not an organic thing that’s just happening. You guys are behind it.”

Holder then walked offstage without answering TheDC’s request for comment about calls for his resignation.

Currently 52 members of Congress, three presidential candidates and two sitting Governors have called for Holder’s immediate resignation. Many of those lawmakers and political figures have issued statements exclusively to The Daily Caller in which they have called for Holder to step down. This is chiefly because TheDC is the most prominent mainstream media outlet covering this burgeoning international scandal.

As a particularly rough-arsed girl-friend of mine once said: "You can deny it until your arsehole grows closed. It's not going to change a thing."

Interestingly enough, it is implied that Holder was implicated in the Ruby Ridge and Waco shootings under Janet Reno ... another political slug who will be up against the wall, come the revolution.

Looks like some research is in order.


Hector G. said...

Uncle Nasty: What in your opinion is/was behind F&F? What was the objective? We know the stated objective which, it seems to me, to be the only logical one.

It seems far-fetched to suggest that they'd go to these elaborate and dangerous lengths just to discredit the gun lobby?

Bemused stare said...

It seems far-fetched to suggest that they'd go to these elaborate and dangerous lengths just to discredit the gun lobby?


nemesis said...

@Calculus - I'm with you 100%.

Hector said...

@Bemused Stare. Yes I do. They're risking a potential personal comeback if it goes wrong (it was just waiting to go wrong) all for a very tenuous association with a concept (gun control).

seems crazy to me.

Anonymous said...

In Ruby Ridge an ATF undercover officer was dealing with an illegal firearm.

The ATF in the Branch Davidians in Waco incident were subject to a movie hagiography which even with the biased script left out a bit of haging.

Fast and Furious is run by the ATF who have not been the most competent organisation.

Bemused stare said...


So what you are essentially saying is that we have some criminals here who can't figure out a decent risk/reward ratio?

Or perhaps they suffer from the "too big to fail" syndrome.

Part of the problem is that you don't "get it" as regards their world view. I think the vast majority of people would be shocked at how out of touch with reality these cretins are. Some of them even think the world outside works like it does in DC.

w said...

I think there's something in what Hector says. If there was a direct immediate target or objective I could better understand. But attitudes to gun control? Seems a bit hazy to me.

Anonymous said...

Recommended book: The little green book.

Why Johnny Can't Think

Bemused stare said...

w said...

I think there's something in what Hector says. If there was a direct immediate target or objective I could better understand. But attitudes to gun control? Seems a bit hazy to me.

Simply put, Create the problem, await the reaction, provide the solution.

Think about it, put a couple of thousand guns in the hands of criminal scum. Once the crime rate related to guns goes through the roof, the sheep demand action from their shepherds.

Hmmm, gun crime problem? Let's make prospective gun owners jump through a few more hoops to get a permit. That'll fix it.

Actual result, law abiding folks are less inclined to own a gun because it eventually is too much crap involved to do so.

I should hope I don't have to explain to you how much these laws are to people who deal in drugs etc.

Hector G. said...

@Bemused.........maybe. Seems an awful lot of risk for the expected result tho....

Anonymous said...

Bemused stare said...

w said...

I think there's something in what Hector says. If there was a direct immediate target or objective I could better understand. But attitudes to gun control? Seems a bit hazy to me.

Simply put, Create the problem, await the reaction, provide the solution.

Think about it, put a couple of thousand guns in the hands of criminal scum. Once the crime rate related to guns goes through the roof, the sheep demand action from their shepherds.

Hmmm, gun crime problem? Let's make prospective gun owners jump through a few more hoops to get a permit. That'll fix it.

A link that may do a little explaining:-

Another one will follow shortly


Anonymous said...

A quote from the Auster blog on F&F:-

Why did Justice, the ATF and an alphabet soup of federal agencies facilitate the transfer of guns across the border—without the knowledge of Mexican authorities—when they knew they couldn't trace them properly?

The scandal erupted late last year, after at least two F&F weapons were found at the southern Arizona scene of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry's murder. Grassley, the top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, asked Justice for an explanation.

The response was a Feb. 4 letter from assistant AG Ron Weich, who insisted, "The allegation . . . that ATF 'sanctioned' or otherwise knowingly allowed the sale of assault weapons . . . is false." The ATF, Weich went on, "makes every effort to interdict weapons that have been purchased illegally and prevent their transportation to Mexico."

That letter has now been formally withdrawn. "Facts have come to light during the course of this investigation that indicate the Feb. 4 letter contains inaccuracies," wrote deputy attorney general James Cole on Friday.

Nice to finally see the government admitting what we've known all along—that according to ATF whistleblowers, Fast and Furious was an ill-advised, poorly supervised mess that was doomed from the start.

Don't you just love that? "Contains inaccuracies ..."

When a govt. department ... any govt. department admits to a report, saying it "contains inaccuracies" you can bet that it is a tissue of lies from beginning to end.

There will be more.


Anonymous said...

Hector G. said...

It seems far-fetched to suggest that they'd go to these elaborate and dangerous lengths just to discredit the gun lobby?

The only response I have Hector, is: "Dangerous to whom?"

Certainly not to the lard-arsed pen pushers in DC, safe behind their desks and their pensions.

Their world is not our world ... not yet, anyway. But I have a feeling that it soon will be.

From the perspective of the Border Patrol officer, on his own in the mesquite, with a Jeep, an M16 and a water bottle, the world looks quite different.

Once again, I hand you one of my favorite essays:-

It's a good read.


Anonymous said...

Go here:-

Scroll to :-

My Tram Experience--The Mantra Response.

Interesting video.


Anonymous said...

While we're on the subject of newts, slugs and invertebrates ... I didn't know that Barney Fwank was a tail-gunner.

Remember Barney Fwank?

Scroll to:-

Media Whitewash Barney Frank’s Scandalous Legacy

By: Cliff Kincaid
Accuracy in Media

The publication that published scores of stories about sexual charges against Republican Herman Cain whitewashed the documented sex scandal that almost brought down Democratic Rep. Barney Frank, saying that a prostitute Frank hired through a “hot bottom” ad was just his “friend.” A liberal Democrat from Massachusetts, Frank has announced he will not run for another term.

Politico, a Washington, D.C.-based political publication, has been under fire from the conservative Daily Caller for a liberal bias that has undermined its credibility and caused it to rapidly lose readers. The Politico story about Frank depicts the congressman as one of Congress’s “most able legislators.” The author is a former staffer to a Democratic member of Congress.

Frank’s “friend,” also described as a “former lover,” was a prostitute who Frank had taken into the House gymnasium, in violation of House rules. The prostitute, Stephen Gobie said they had sex in the gym.

While Frank’s role in the financial crisis has been noted by some publications and commentators, the sex scandal that could have forced his resignation or expulsion from Congress was mostly ignored. Frank was reprimanded by the House for using his congressional office to do favors for Gobie. He refused to resign his seat in Congress.

Jonathan Allen of Politico gave the sex scandal a brief mention in a long positive story about Frank’s legacy. He reported, “Frank was reprimanded by the House for ethics violations in 1990 after a sex scandal in which a former lover ran a male-prostitution service out of Frank’s home. The ethics violations stemmed from Frank’s efforts to fix parking tickets and intervene with a parole officer on behalf of his friend.”

In fact, this “friend,” Gobie, was a male prostitute whom Frank initially paid $80 for anal sex, a dangerous form of sexual activity linked to the spread of HIV/AIDs.

Well we have DSK, growing suspicions about Obongobongobongo, and now, little Barney, the bum buccaneer.

What will pop out of the woodwork next? This is like the last reel of "Caligula."


hoosier said...

UN - I'm amazed you hadn't twigged that Bendover Barney was a carpet muncher of some renown. Your gimlet eye doesn't normally miss such things.

Anonymous said...

hoosier said...

UN - I'm amazed you hadn't twigged that Bendover Barney was a carpet muncher of some renown. Your gimlet eye doesn't normally miss such things

What can I say, Hoosier?

I only heard his name in passing and checked out:

Member of tribe? Check.
Supporter of NAACP? Check.
Buddies with Pelosi? Check.
Supporter of BLT or whatever? Check.

I then merely dismissed him as just more liberal noise -- like thousands of others.

I shall be more thorough, next time.


PS:- ... or should that be GBLT? GLBT? BYOB? Who cares ... it's all just noise.


Bemused stare said...

Not to be pernickety Hoosier, but if he likes rug, would that not make him straight?

Anonymous said...

And this is how the world works ...

December 5, 2011

Chelsea Clinton's Baggage. No, Not Them.

By James G. Wiles

Once a Clinton, always a Clinton.

Sunday's New York Times featured, as the lead article in its Style section, a heartwarming profile of Chelsea Clinton. In particular, the piece -- obviously intended to introduce the Third Clinton to Times readers and opinion-leaders everywhere -- addressed her career(s) so far and the reasons behind Chelsea's recently reported move to NBC News. Headlined "Chelsea Clinton, Living Up to the Family Name," the piece highlighted the former First Daughter's decision to come out from the shadows of her famous parents and be her own woman.

Well, not entirely her own woman. Chelsea's Wikipedia entry, besides listing the new gig with NBC News, identifies her as a "philanthropist, working through the Clinton Global Initiative." That would be First Father Bill's baby. I mean, philanthropy.

According to Times reporter Amy Chozick, here's what's been driving Chelsea.

"She wanted to stop pretending she was not Chelsea Clinton." In other words, she wants to cash in and join the Family Business.

The Times piece, of course, does not say that. It leaves a few other things out, too.

One thing that makes me proud to be a South African was when the Clinton family (all of the dick-smokers) did a tour of South Africa.

A DJ on one of the local radio stations, told the infamous Chelsea joke ...

The story goes that when Chelsea was small, the poor kid was so damn ugly, that Hillary had to tie a pork chop on a string around Chelsea's neck just to get the dog to lick her.

Well the liberals who had extended the invite to the Clintons, pretty much filled their combinations and demanded an apology.

The DJ and the station basically told them to fuck off if they couldn't take a joke -- and threatened (I understand) to tell a new Clinton joke every day of the visit. Not another word was said.

And that, Poindexter, is how you treat an outraged lefty.

Always show them your teeth.

Uncle Nasty

Anonymous said...

Reg The Hedge said...

Guys, getting Christmas presents? Maybe you'll support our guys this year.
Mel Gibson's latest, Lars Von Triers latest, Covingtons books, Jarred Taylors latest book.

Hey Savant, how about throwing together a kosha shopping list for nationalists this Christmas?

Really nice idea, Reg. I suggest -- for your viewing pleasure -- Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World.

Probably Russell Crowe's best performance, and a terrific tale of real men in the real world.

I can thank Bemused Stare's delightful reference to "Two weevils" for that.


Corkonian said...

Re that story of Chelsea Clinton and the joke. Exactly! Tell them to take a running jump and you'd be amazed at how often they'll back down.

I do it myself when called a racist. Rathen than grovel and apologise I hit them straight between the eyes. You should see the look on their faces.

Total bewilderment.

That's our biggest surprise weapon. They're so used to people rolling over (e.g. that mayor up country) that they don't know what to do when confronted.

Anonymous said...

Spitting Image the satiricalshow announced that it was no longer worth making when they had Bill Clinton put a brown paper bag over the head of Chelseaa Clinton and he said it was a security device.

Cue howls of outrage from the left.

Some sort of apology or something.

everyone was fair game except for leftie lovies.

Anonymous said...

Not really about Newt, but ...

Turns out the ‘Government Sachs’ conspiracy theorists were right all along

December 2, 2011
By Madison Ruppert

In a shocking article published in Reuters, Felix Salmon confirmed what the so-called conspiracy theorists have said all along: former Secretary of the U.S. Treasury Hank Paulson was giving insider tips to his cronies at Goldman Sachs and other Wall Street titans which directly benefited them.

The article is entitled, “Hank Paulson’s inside jobs,” emphasizing the fact that this wasn’t some one-off lapse of ethics on Paulson’s part, but instead a disturbingly regular practice.

For those who are unaware, Paulson was the CEO and chairman at Goldman Sachs from 1999-2006 and he clearly provided them with actionable information that epitomizes the plague upon our economy, and the greater global economic system, that is crony capitalism.

However, this isn’t quite a brand new revelation given the fact that in October of 2009 Andrew Ross Sorkin exposed that Paulson met with the entire Goldman Sachs board in a hotel suite in Moscow at the end of June 2008.

Salmon covered this at the time, after Sorkin’s book was released, which detailed the meeting held after the Goldman Sachs boys had dinner with Mikhail Gorbachev.

To our American readers ... folks, you're going to have to do something about these people.


Anonymous said...

Indeed Corkonian,its the only way

"You're a..a..a..RACIST"
"Fucking sure I am.Now fuck off"

Optionally one can add "You black fuck/cunt" or "You liberal fuck" depending on the situation.I would never call a white woman a cunt to her face no matter how much she might deserve it.


Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Indeed Corkonian,its the only way

"You're a..a..a..RACIST"
"Fucking sure I am.Now fuck off"

Optionally one can add "You black fuck/cunt" or "You liberal fuck"

I had an Oirish girlfriend once ... accent and all. I could happily spend the day listening to her reading the phone book.

Do not piss her off however. Like Sybil in "Fawlty Towers", she could kill a man at ten paces with one blow of her tongue.

Wonder where she is now?


northern athiest said...

Paulsen also pulled the plug on the Squid's two biggest competitors, Lehmens and Gear Stern.

Anonymous said...

I know this particular thread is aging, but ...

How is it that Americans -- or anyone for that matter -- delude themselves into thinking that if they vote for their party, and their party wins, everything will be better?

Obama Administration Secretly Prevented Prosecution of Bush War Crimes

Just as many conservatives abandoned their principles in following George Bush blindly, many liberals have chosen to ignore Obama’s concerted efforts to protect individuals accused of war crimes.

One of the little reported details from the latest batch of Wikileaks material are cables showing that the Obama Administration worked hard behind the scenes not only to prevent any investigation of torture in the United States but shutdown efforts abroad to enforce the Geneva Conventions and the Convention Against Torture. This includes threatening the Spanish that, if they did not derail a judicial investigation, it would have serious consequences in bilateral relations. I discussed these cables on Countdown.

For two years, President Obama has worked to block the investigation of torture under the Bush Administration — even as both Dick Cheney and George Bush publicly admit to ordering waterboarding of suspects.

In 1968, George Wallace groused, “There’s not a dime’s worth of difference between the Republicans and Democrats.”

Although, as pointed out here:-

In 1968, George Wallace groused, “There’s not a dime’s worth of difference between the Republicans and Democrats.” No one would say that anymore. Today, the difference between the parties is worth $12 trillion.

... But Daniels says our fiscal situation is so dire that avoiding the topic is no longer an option. And the current occupant of the White House, he notes, is not interested in making these tough choices.

President Obama confirmed as much when he presented his 2012 budget proposal on Monday, February 14. Not only did the budget include new funding for pet Obama priorities -- $53 billion for high-speed rail -- it didn’t touch entitlements. Under the White House’s plan, the federal government would spend $3.819 trillion in 2012 -- $1.645 trillion more than it would take in. When Obama was elected, the public debt totaled $6.3 trillion. By the end of his first term, it will have nearly doubled, to $11.9 trillion.

Now that is what you call nigger rich.

Check it out.

Uncle Nasty

PS: think of it, if the coon managed to double debt in one term, who's to say he won't do it again?

22 trillion bucks by 2015? Why not?


Anonymous said...

I must say the doings and the screwings of US politicians do not interest me all that much.

It's like watching reality TV but without the class.

One thing that intrigues me, though. Political slug Rod Blagojevich has gone away for 14 years ... so they say.

Experience with crooked pols caught with their little willies in the geartrain usually dictates a slap on the wrist and a few weeks in a low security lockup -- until the heat dies down, anyway.

Can anyone tell me why this guy gets clobbered to my satisfaction, while hundreds of other toads get a severe talking-to and community service?


PS: This is a serious question, BTW.


sharonski said...

Yes, Rod Blagojevich is put away for 14 years while Corzine disports himself in the finest resteraunts in NY. Expect to see Rod get a Presidential Pardon at end-of-term, a la Marc Rich.

Baloo said...

You certainly have Newt's number. I've commented on this and linked to it on Ex-Army HERE.

Anonymous said...

Newt's biggest and I mean BIGGEST admirer asks for a chicken sandwich

No it is not Morgan Spurlock but Michael Moore!

Anonymous said...

Newt Gringrish is not on the Virhinia ballot ebcause he did not get the required number of signatures.

If he wants to be elected why did he hire David Norris's campaign staff?

Anonymous said...

Newt Gingrich divorced his first wife because she wasn't pretty enough, an aide has claimed.

The source told CNN that the GOP presidential candidate dumped Jackie Battley because she wasn't 'young or pretty enough' to be the wife of the leader of the country.

Court records now contradict his version of events when it comes to the end of his first marriage, as they show that his then-wife Battley did not want to get a divorce like he has claimed previously.

In an effort to lessen the blow that his tumultuous private life has had on his image as a God-loving conservative, Mr Gingrich has repeatedly claimed that both he and Jackie wanted a divorce, and he filed the complaint after she asked him to.

Read more: Newt Gingrich too dumb to have heard of the Democrats

The Democrats got a guy who is as dumb as a sack of rocks elected and his wife is as ugly as a sack of rocks.

Had he just realised the existence of Ted Turner's pal Jimmy Carter he could have been a contender!