25 March, 2007

New Local Blog: Lee County Today (Florida)

Posted by alex in Alex Linder, Local Whiteblogging at 7:35 pm | Permanent Link

Theory und Praxis von Local Whiteblogging: idea here is to build an Aryan Alternative Media network based on wacky concepts such as correct spelling and grammar, factual crime reporting, contextual ‘why’-ing, and complete and utter refusal to obey the taboos of Semitical Correctness. You know? The ones followed to the letter in the Captive Media? making their reports so insipid and predictable? Well everything they are we’re against, and everything they are we aren’t. Read us, love us, join us!

Find the local blog covering your town from the VNN perspective on our list atop VNNFORUM.com, the global gathering place for awakening Whites. One doesn’t exist? Well, why not start one yourself? . . . Introducing the brand-new Florida-based Lee County Today . . .

Legislators Seek to Ban Hurtful Words

In countries like Canada and Germany, it is illegal to utter politically incorrect words. Truth is no longer a defense in such places, where a person can be incarcerated for saying absolutely accurate things that hurt the feelings of protected minorities, homosexuals, transsexuals, Holocaust survivors, etc. Think it can’t happen here, where the First Amendment supposedly gives one the right to say anything, no matter how offensive others may find it? Well, think again. Recently, the City Council of New York City voted to ban the word “nigger” (see http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/6406625.stm). Not to be outdone by New York, our very own State Senator Frederica Wilson, Democrat of Miami, has introduced a bill that would forbid Florida state officials from using the term “illegal alien” in their documents (see http://www.news-press.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070227/NEWS01/70227062/1075). Senator Wilson apparently feels that this term is offensive and does not adequately depict the millions of criminals who have broken into our country and are now parasitically feeding on our resources. Perhaps Senator Wilson is right. A person with a little bit of imagination could probably come up with a better term to describe these nation wreckers. Be careful about the words you choose though, or you may soon find yourself looking out from behind the bars of the Lee County Jail. Remember, if you don’t have anything nice to say, just keep your mouth shut, smile, bend over, and enjoy your daily dose of diversity.


[Lee County Today]

  • 5 Responses to “New Local Blog: Lee County Today (Florida)”

    1. ccdsat Says:

      Heh heh. I went to the story and read all the comments. There are people out there who know what’s going on. Read the comment from someone named “Annie Frank”. Something big is coming down the line, itz!

    2. Thoughtcrime Says:

      Yes, here in N.C., BIG JEW is quickly trying to change the public mindset about illegal aliens by substituting the friendly phrase ‘guest workers’ instead. It’s unfortunate, but BIG JEW is a master of creating euphemisms to obfuscate ultimate truths.

      And further, I see illegals everywhere here on every major street and backroad, pushing strollers with little stubbies in tow, while the proud Latrino pappy gloats lovingly. It’s always a funny sight to see them in white cowboy hat with obnoxious belt buckle and boots walking like they have a corn-cob up their arse. It resembles the John Travolta ‘strut’. The real cowboys I know would kick the living shyte outta those Mexcrements.

    3. bryan o'driscoll Says:

      Here is an article about liberals behaving naturally:


      No other race produces diseased creatures like these.

    4. Coup d'Etat Says:

      Whatever happened to “Stick and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me”? Is this phrase something never taught to our little non-whities? More education dumbed down.

    5. Warrior Says:

      Hey, I heard that phrase “BIG JEW” used by some one else…In fact, this peson tells how the BIG JEW made billions of dollars while exploiting the “LITTLE JEW during the post WWII era. Is there some truth in that comment?