21 October, 2007

New Louisiana Governor is Indian

Posted by Socrates in elections, globalization, multiculturalism, Socrates, The South, Western culture at 2:59 pm | Permanent Link


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  7. 16 Responses to “New Louisiana Governor is Indian”

    1. radical white boy Says:

      jindal is a roman catholic convert and JESUIT !! A world full of roman catholic muds and roman catholic niggers and beaners!!!

    2. sgruber Says:

      A far cry from Dr. Duke, who never made it.

      But this is appropriate. Louisiana is mud. A dot fits. Dr. Duke is in the Ukraine. What does this tell us about Amerikwa?

      We can bet the kikes are rejoicing at the ascendancy of the dot; it means fewer of their racial competitors (White men) in power.

      There is a solution to the jewish problem.

    3. Varina Says:

      radical white boy Says:

      21 October, 2007 at 8:44 pm

      “jindal is a roman catholic convert and JESUIT !!”

      Okay, I’m a lapsed Catholic and I agree that Christianity is going to hell, but where did you get that Jesuit thing? The Jesuits are an order like the Franciscans. If Bobby Jindal were a Jesuit he wouldn’t have been running for governor, he’d have been in a monastery.

      We really must get our facts straight before we go shooting off our mouths. We have enough problems without giving our enemies more ammunition.

      By the way, I was raised in Catholicism when they still taught us that the Jews killed Jesus. Oh, for the good old days!

    4. Arminius Says:

      “My mom and dad came to this country in pursuit of the American dream. And guess what happened. They found the American dream to be alive and well right here in Louisiana,”
      I assume, Jindal transferred his money-making skills and “ethics”- flowing out of ruthless exploitation- from his native homeland, which is probably the most corrupt and hypocritical in the whole world- except Israel.
      This Indian “dreamed” from Americans (who else?) untold millions, spends certainly only a fraction of it campaigning in Louisiana, so that he can now talk “ethics” to us.
      How wonderful, that Mr. Jindal has bought himself into the top state job “to fight corruption and rid the state of those feeding at the trough.”
      We have heard that many times before, I wonder if there is any corruption left at all.
      Will it be considered unethical if Jindal somehow recovers the millions he and his cronies invested into the campaign so sucessfully so they may talk to us about the “ethical” way?
      I am only asking.

    5. Mark Says:

      Well, no big surprise here, if blacks and Hispanics can have prominent positions in government why not an Indian. At least the upper class of India is predominantly Caucasian and from my experiences they act more “white” than blacks and Hispanics do in comparison. It’s getting to the point where we have to pick the best of the muds, as is the case here. White Republicans are thinking okay, we need a non-white in our party to show we’re not racist, and this Indian guy can at least speak English properly and is intelligent, let’s promote him!

      Piyush “Bobby” Jindal

    6. radical white boy Says:

      a dampened patel/ghandi elephant jockey with a swammi mommy…

    7. ein Says:

      sgruber Says: “We can bet the kikes are rejoicing at the ascendancy of the dot; it means fewer of their racial competitors (White men) in power.”

      Yes, no doubt. ANYTHING that increases diversity. It could be an Eskimo or a Hottentot; that wouldn’t matter. Just so long as it dilutes the whites and creates more diversity — that meaning: racial chaos in which the Jews can hide.

      Re. the Jesuit thing: I don’t know anything about that, but perhaps he was EDUCATED by Jesuits. That would make more sense.

    8. Tim Harris Says:

      No, the jesuits do not stay in cloisters. They move out into every field, including — no, especially — politics. Historically, there have often been movements to eject them, even from Roman Catholic countries, because of their corrupting influence. In one of Puccini’s operas, “Loyola” (the founder of the order) is used as synonym for “liar.” The closest analogy to the Jesuit would be the jew.

    9. John Says:

      The Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) is an order of priests. Jindal is not a priest, ergo, he cannot be a Jesuit.

    10. Ragin Cajun Says:

      At least he ain’t no demycrat. GIT R DONE!

    11. Tim Harris Says:

      I have no idea whether Jindal is a priest or Jesuit. However, for the sake of information, here is what Wiki says:

      Today, Jesuits number 20,170 (14,147 priests), and are the largest male religious order of the Roman Catholic Church…

      [therefore not all are priests]


      Jesuit priests and brothers are engaged in ministries in 112 nations on six continents. No work, if it has an evangelical perspective, is closed to them, but they are best known in the fields of education (schools, colleges, universities, seminaries, theological faculties), intellectual research, and cultural pursuits. They are also known in missionary work and direct evangelization, social justice and human rights activities, interreligious dialogue, and other ‘frontier’ ministry.

      [and we should remember that with a little casuistry, there is no work that does not have “an evangelical perspective.”]


    12. John Says:

      “Therefore, not all are priests.”

      A Catholic “brother” is the male equivalent of a nun, i.e., a man who takes a vow of celibacy and lives in a monastery or some other type of confine and engages in ministry for the Church. Jindal is not a brother either, ergo, he is not a Jesuit.

    13. gw Says:

      I wondered about that too. They can’t all be priests because some are women! And there are lay members too. I had to look it up. Here’s a quote from the Internet:

      The order has expanded to include men and women who share this vision of service to faith and to the justice that faith demands. Together Jesuits and lay partners members are called Jesuits, Soldiers of Christ, and Foot soldiers of the Pope.

      In Latin America, Liberal Jesuits have had significant influence in the development of liberation theology, a movement which has been highly controversial in the Catholic theological community and condemned by Pope John Paul II on several fundamental aspects. Under Superior General Pedro Arrupe, social justice and the preferential option for the poor emerged as dominant themes of the work of the Jesuits. Today, all Jesuits are expected to learn English, and those who speak English as a first language are expected to learn Spanish. Within the Catholic Church, some Jesuits are criticized by some parties for allegedly being overly liberal and allegedly deviating substantially from official Church teaching and papal directives, especially on such issues as abortion, priestly celibacy, homosexuality, and liberation theology. … it is not unusual, especially in more conservative Catholic outlets, to hear calls for the outright abolishment of the Jesuit order.

      Jesuits do not have an official habit. Today, most Jesuits wear the simple Roman collar tab shirts, and some, since the 1960’s, have opted for secular garb (i.e. coat, necktie, et cetera at college campuses). In many countries coat and necktie is not a practice and hence Jesuits wear ordinary dress.

      [Since their founding], Jesuits concentrated on three activities:
      *First, they founded schools throughout Europe.
      *Second was to convert non-Christians to Catholicism.
      *Third was to stop Protestantism from spreading.

      Georgetown Univ., Fordham Univ., and Boston College are Jesuit universities.
      A plaque commemorating the 152 Jesuit priests who gave of their lives during the Holocaust was installed at Rockhurst University, a Jesuit university, in Kansas City, Missouri in April 2007, the first such plaque in the world.

      Jesuits have often been accused of following a policy of “the end justifies the means”.
      In several languages, “Jesuit” or “Jesuitical” therefore acquired a secondary meaning of “devious.”
      Jesuits have been banished from many countries, from Switzerland to Japan to Paraguay.


    14. -jc Says:

      You quibble. Substitute the term Jesuit-trained. There is much documentation on this Jesuit issue if one cares to do a little research.

      Y’all are of course aware of the best known product of all time manufactured by Union Carbide chemical: dot remover

    15. ein Says:

      [Since their founding], Jesuits have concentrated on three activities:

      *Second was to convert non-Christians to Catholicism.
      *Third was to stop Protestantism from spreading.

      It seems their first goal today is to advance Marxist causes.
      The second and third appear to have been suspended.

      Yes, they too have been infiltrated in the March Through the Institutions

    16. radical white boy Says:

      jindall speaks perfect oxford english, eh?? sounds like a rhodes society of the elect scholar…. shitty louisiana state law is based on voodooism, napolianic law and shit house santo domingo HAITIAN corruption….Katrina washed off the earth,but, left all the SCUM !! Build an electrified concertina wire Fence around it and relocate ALL the niggers and bajooobies there !!!