14 February, 2013

Thoughts on Discrimination

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 2:06 am | Permanent Link

by Dr. William Pierce.

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“You know, it used to be that “discrimination” was considered an essential faculty of every adult person. An undiscriminating person is a person without taste or judgment, a person who does not distinguish between the good and the bad, between low quality and high quality, between what is acceptable and what is not. But nowadays, in this Alice in Wonderland world we’re living in, “discrimination” has become the ultimate sin, and every Politically Correct person must declare himself free not only of any actual practice of discrimination but also of any tendency or desire to discriminate.”

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  7. 6 Responses to “Thoughts on Discrimination”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      Equality does not exist in the natural world. It is a Western, liberal, decadent bourgeois concept that has only existed for a few decades. Free men are not equal and equal men are not free.

      The Social Marxists know damn well that all the laws in the world cannot eliminate the practice of discrimination. EVERYONE discriminates EVERY DAY, because it is a human necessity, like eating. One must select a spouse or friends or a job applicant based on some criteria that will necessarily involve discriminating against somebody. It can’t be friggin’ helped!

      The Social Marxists have a specific list of things that cannot be used for the purposes of discrimination. These would include race, color, religion, national origin and creed. But why stop there? Why not ban discrimination based on body odor, hair color, personality disorder and a billion other reasons???? If discrimination is wrong in one case then it must be wrong in all cases, because the liberals are always telling us that discrimination, along with being offended, is the most horrible thing that can ever happen to a person.

      So let’s outlaw every conceivable and inconceivable type of discrimination, because we have to promote equality!!!!!! After all, we can’t discriminate against discrimination! Choo-choooo!!!

      Liberals should be shot down in the street like mad dogs.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      Equality does not exist in the natural world. It is a Western, liberal, decadent bourgeois concept that has only existed for a few decades. Free men cannot be equal and equal men cannot be free.

      The Social Marxists know damn well that all the laws in the world cannot eliminate the practice of discrimination. EVERYONE discriminates EVERY DAY, because it is a human necessity, like eating. One must select a spouse or friends or a job applicant based on some criteria that will necessarily involve discriminating against somebody. It can’t be friggin’ helped!

      The liberals have a specific list of things that cannot ever be used for the purposes of discrimination. They would include race, color, religion, national origin and creed. But why stop there? Why not ban discrimination based on body odor, hair color, personality disorders and a billion other reasons???? If discrimination is wrong in one case then it must be wrong in all cases, because the liberals are always telling us that discrimination, along with being offended, is the most horrible thing imaginable.

      So let’s outlaw every conceivable and inconceivable type of discrimination, because we have to promote equality!!!!!! After all, we can’t discriminate against discrimination! Choo-choooo!!!

      Liberals should be shot down in the street like mad dogs.

    3. Virgil Says:

      Latin verb
      present active discr?min?, present infinitive discr?min?re, perfect active discr?min?v?, supine discr?min?tum.
      1. I distinguish (between)

    4. Virgil Says:

      The correct spelling for the above post: discrimino, discriminare, discriminavi,discriminatum.

    5. Arminius Says:

      I found out most people believe, “discrimination” is derived from “crime” (Latin: crimen or criminatio).
      We have to look for Jewish writers and journalists and their misguided education for such false associations. Their appearance “at a given signal all over the world” strongly points at the instigator.
      As I pointed out before, doublespeak is quite usual in Jewish parlance.

    6. Howdy Doody Says:

      One of FBI’s most wanted caught living it large in Sydney

      Date
      February 18, 2013 – 5:37PM

      Tobechi Onwuhara.

      He owned a hip hop record label and he lived the high life of luxury hotels, gambling, strippers and bling. But behind the glitz and the glamour Tobechi Enyinna Onwuhara was one of the FBI’s most wanted men, allegedly a fraudster who scammed at least $44 million through cyber crimes.

      But the sophisticated con artist, who fled Florida in August 2008 amid an intense FBI investigation, has been caught in Sydney and sent back to the US to face a string of fraud charges.

      Nigerian-born Tobechi Onwuhara, 33, was “provisionally arrested in response to a request from the United States Government” in December last year, according to a spokeswoman for the Australian Attorney-General’s department.

      A spokeswoman for the AG’s department said Mr Onwuhara is to face prosecution in the US for fraud related offences, including identity fraud and computer fraud.

      “On January 29, the Minister for Justice [Jason Clare] made a determination to surrender Mr Onwuhara to the US.

      “As a matter of long standing practice, the Australian government does not comment on operational matters,” she said.

      Fairfax Media understands Mr Onwuhara had been living it up in Sydney after disappearing in August 2008.

      The FBI’s website now lists Mr Onwuhara as captured, but with scant detail of the arrest. They were offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.

      The source who tipped off Fairfax said Mr Onwuhara had been making regular trips to The Star casino as well as splashing cash at numerous popular nightclubs.

      “He would bet at the Star under a different name, he was a regular, then one day he just disappeared and someone told us he wanted by the FBI,” a source said.

      A spokeswoman for Echo entertainment, owner of The Star, did not return calls and emails. The US Consulate in Sydney also did not return calls.

      An Australian Federal Police spokesman confirmed the AFP arrested Mr Onwuhara.

      According to the FBI’s most wanted list. Mr Onwuhara is wanted for his alleged involvement in an elaborate scheme that defrauded the financial industry out of tens of millions of dollars.

      “Onwuhara is a key member of a group of Nigerians who allegedly have been conducting fraudulent banking activities from Florida and Texas, since 2005,” the FBI’s most wanted website states.

      “It is alleged that the group has been using online internet databases to steal victims’ identities.

      “Once acquired, they allegedly use the victims’ information to gain access to the victims’ ‘Home Equity Line of Credit’ accounts and wire transfer the money to accounts mainly located overseas, some in the United States.”

      Some of Onwuhara’s alleged co-conspirators have been arrested, inside and outside of the United States, the FBI’s website states.

      Onwuhara was charged federally with conspiracy to commit bank fraud, and a federal warrant was issued for his arrest by the US District Court, Eastern District of Virginia, on August 1, 2008.

      Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/one-of-fbi…#ixzz2LGtGiwfi