27 August, 2013

Interesting Quote

Posted by Socrates in blacks, race, racial differences, racial fitness, racial hierarchy, Socrates at 8:17 pm | Permanent Link

“I believe in white supremacy until the blacks are educated to a point of responsibility. I don’t believe in giving authority and positions of leadership and judgment to irresponsible people.”

— actor John Wayne, in a magazine interview in 1971

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  7. 16 Responses to “Interesting Quote”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      “I don’t feel we did wrong in taking this great country away from them. There were great numbers of people who needed new land, and the Indians were
      selfishly trying to keep it for themselves.”
      ? John Wayne

      Paraphrase: “What’s so great about (the movie Midnight Cowboy)? It’s all about two queers in New York City.”
      –John Wayne, during the 1969 Academy Awards show (Wayne won the Best Actor award for True Grit over Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman for Midnight Cowboy)

    2. CW-2 Says:

      Actually, the Duke is sounding like a bit of a liberal. He should have said, “I believe in White supremacy forever!” That would be the correct position to take. I’m sure the Chinese have a similar attitude to their own position in China. Either you are the master in your own house or you are on the way to being booted out of your hearth and home.

    3. fd Says:

      John Wayne was a race mixer. He had a Mexican fetish.

      The Indians had North and South America to themselves for thousands of years. The Negroes had Sub-Saharan Africa to themselves for thousands of years. So why didn’t the Indians and Negroes build magnificent civilizations. I thought we were all equal?

      Haiti under French control was the most prosperous Island in the Caribbean. After the Negroes siezed power, Haiti collapsed into poverty and disease. Haiti is the premier example that destroys the environment argument. The climate and resources are the same today as 300 years ago. I thought we were all equal.

    4. Ghost of Andrei Says:

      Black church news..

    5. S.U.N. Says:

      American military action in Syria is as irresponsible as selling weapons to those islamic turds, but hey! careless whites helped put the chimp as “our” president. The sitcom goes on.

    6. Thom McQueen Says:

      But Wayne knew that black could not be educated! Ya got to realize what he was saying.

      But the new ‘True Grit” with Jeff Bridges is better than the old one with John Wayne, but I don’t blame the Ducke for that.

    7. Thom McQueen Says:

      WHERE . . . IS. . . NEW AMERICA???

      You are missed. I am someday going to read “The Hill of the Ravens”.

    8. Thom McQueen Says:

      WHERE . . .IS . . . SRI SREGGIN DAS?

      Holy One, Samhain is coming soon! We need your counsel or at least some Foster’s.

    9. Thom McQueen Says:

      Holy One, once again I ask your blessing upon my airbrush as I go to Key West. The beauty of the Absolute will be made manifest.


    10. Tim McGreen Says:

      Saggy-titted old broads walking around naked with spray paint all over them…….

      When is the next giant asteroid going hit Earth?

    11. Thom McQueen Says:

      All real women are more-or-less “saggy-titted” Mate! That’s the point–I make them beautiful. The paint is sparingly applied! The almighty Airbrush touches up the shortcomings of the Almighty! So who is mightier? Yes, that’s right!
      All real women want to walk around naked, they just need an excuse, and pay me good money for it. It’s catching on like wildfire, and is legal.

    12. Thom McQueen Says:

      Tim, this one will suit you better:



    13. Tim McGreen Says:

      Thom, your efforts to convince me of the utility of your art have succeeded—Contestant #1 is not really bad looking at all, #2 even better. Are they sporting your handiwork? I’m afraid I don’t know anything about airbrushed body art or fairie-cons, but it all looks rather suspiciously like -ahem- a swingers’ party. And to that I must say……Ewww.

      I know The Duke had a thing for Mestizas. But he wouldn’t have approved of these fairie-cons, pilgrim. I might go to one of those King Richard’s Faire type festivals this fall. I will be the cat who’s dressed up like Rene Descartes. http://www.citizenphilosophy.net/images/descartes711.jpg. Don’t bother telling me that Descartes lived during the reign of Louis XIII, I know that already. Cogito ergo sum, perigrinus.

    14. Thom McQueen Says:

      Friend Tim, you can come as Descartes but I think he would be looked at like a dingo in a pen of chickens. He did not think too much of the supernatiural. If you put a pair of horns on your Descates disguise,, i think you could pass as the Great Pan. The Great God Pan is not dead!

      No swingers, Mate. No niggers. For a woman to be naked in front of others wearing razorthin paint in various places is the ultimate turnon for her. She feels beautiful, and she knows that she is safe. All the fairie-con people believe in innocence, chivalry, the Fae, etc.

      I once saw a you-tube of thhis naked black girl who went walking in the hood. All these Ubangis suddenly descended on her hooting and hollering. That is not hte way of Whites. Not those at Faery-cons anyway. The women we see are seen to be Fae, and we do not mess with them. To just casually notice them like it is the most natural things in the world—it turns them on! It turns on my sheila, Carrie Fisher, for me to paint them with such righteousness and innocence. she sits and watches spellbound.

    15. CW-2 Says:

      Thom, you ask what has become of New America. There is a rumor circulating that he and Appolonian accidentally got themselves locked in the basement of the Fed building.

    16. Tim McGreen Says:

      OK, Sir Thom, you have convinced me that fairie-cons are good, clean pagan fun. But what’s this about the Jewess Carrie Fisher?

      Ha-haw, can you imagine the conversation that New America and Apollonian must have had with each other while locked in that basement? All that back and forth about the Northwest Imperative and Constantine the Great. Hee-hee! Chortle! (Tim slaps his knee) I’ll bet when the Black overnight security guard found them the next morning they were babbling like maniacs. I’ll send them a “get well someday” card.