24 February, 2008

Free Talk Live Monday 2/25/08 – A Memorial to Yankee Jim

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Please join Stan Sikorski as we all pay tribute to a great White Man, James “Yankee Jim” Leshkevich. Stan and co-host James Hawthorne will be joined by Suncoast Rebel Girl, Alex Linder, Bud White, Rob Halford, and others. Phone lines will also be open so folks can pay their respects. The number will be announced at showtime.Pre-show music will begin at 8 PM Eastern – Live Talk begins at 9 PM Eastern

All music played will be that which was recommended by Jim on past FTLs.

  • 15 Responses to “Free Talk Live Monday 2/25/08 – A Memorial to Yankee Jim”

    1. .308 Says:

      R.I.P Yankee Jim he was a friend of mine and many who knew nothing about Jim still weep because his gift was his humanity for his own and it was felt subconciously



    3. Limey Says:

      R.I.P – ‘Yankee Jim’.
      I am from England, and so never met YJ. As a long-time lurker on VNNF I got to appreciate his gentle nature and humor. He was one of the regular forum gang who have now become quite ‘real’ to me, and I am sure many others world-wide. Yes, gonna miss Yankee Jim.




      Still something to explain
      OHIO | Obama assures Jewish leaders on religion, Israel stance

      February 25, 2008
      LYNN SWEET blogs.suntimes.com/sweet
      WASHINGTON — The Sunday meeting with Cleveland area Jewish leaders was not on the schedule Sen. Barack Obama’s campaign gave reporters, but the stop in Mayfield Heights, hosted by Ron Ratner, a major fund-raiser for Obama, was one of the most important of the day. More than a year into his run for president, Obama is still explaining his record, relationships and religion to Jewish voters.

      Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) have been competing for Jewish support and stressing their pro-Israel credentials.

      » Click to enlarge image Ralph Nader, left, has accused Barack Obama of flip-flopping in his support for the Palestinian cause.

      A Clinton campaign Jewish community organizing guide includes the plea, “Make sure you are registered to vote — and bring your bubbe,” using the Yiddish word for grandmother.

      Obama is taking criticism from the left and the right as he is facing crucial votes in Texas, Ohio and Pennsylvania, states with significant Jewish populations.

      On Sunday, Ralph Nader, announcing another run for president on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” was critical of Obama’s strong support for Israel, saying Obama “was pro-Palestinian when he was in Illinois before he ran for the state Senate.”

      Asked to react, the Obama campaign said, “Barack Obama’s long-standing support for Israel’s security is rooted in his belief that no civilians should have to live with the threat of terrorism.”

      The new issue of Newsweek features a story using a familiar expression for a headline, “Good for the Jews? Hillary Clinton’s surrogates are questioning Obama’s commitment to U.S.-Israeli relations.”

      The Obama campaign Sunday afternoon revealed that the Ohio meeting took place, attended by about 100 Jewish community activists, including some rabbis, Rep. Robert Wexler (D-Fla.) and Eric Lynn, the Obama campaign’s Jewish liaison, and Obama. The campaign provided a transcript that included answers and not questions. The campaign said it was releasing the transcript because “it addresses a number of the commonly asked questions about his faith, the Muslim e-mails and his position on Israel.”

      Problems with pastor
      Obama told the group he has “an unshakable commitment to the security of Israel and the friendship between the United States and Israel.”

      Starting most overtly in South Carolina — where Obama was the subject of e-mail attacks saying he was a Muslim — Obama has been explaining to audiences he is a Christian despite his middle name, Hussein. On Sunday, Obama told the Jewish group his Kenyan grandfather was a Muslim and he has been a member of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago for 20 years. “This is an improvement because you don’t think I am Muslim,” Obama said.

      However, the pastor of his church, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, has created problems for Obama in Jewish circles. A magazine connected to Wright honored Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, and last month Obama said he condemned “the anti-Semitic statements made by Minister Farrakhan” and disagreed with a decision to honor him.

      Wright, Obama said Sunday, “is like an old uncle who sometimes will say things that I don’t agree with. And I suspect there are some of the people in this room who have heard relatives say some things that they don’t agree with, including, on occasion, directed at African Americans. … I am not suggesting that’s definitive.”

      Obama also distanced himself from Zbigniew Brzezinski, the national security adviser in the Jimmy Carter administration who traveled to Iowa with Obama when he made an Iraq speech.

      “I do not share his views with respect to Israel. I have said so clearly and unequivocally,” Obama said. “He’s not one of my key advisers. I’ve had lunch with him once. I’ve exchanged e-mails with him maybe three times. He came to Iowa to introduce … for a speech on Iraq.”

      The Republican Jewish Coalition has been critical of Obama’s plan, if elected president, to call “a summit in the Muslim world.” Executive Director Matt Brooks said he was “deeply troubled” by the proposal.

    6. Marwinsing Says:

      FREEDOM is the biggest lie invented on earth – and we all know who invented THAT don’t we now? Look at every one of your past presidents – there’s your answer! Heh-heh-heh… it’s all BULLSHIT!!!

      Your SKIN is your religion.

    7. Rebel Yell Says:

      R.I.P Yankee Jim and to StormFront that trashed this white patriot kiss my ASS!

    8. honkey tonk man Says:

      Stan and Yankee Jim where a good combo. I listened to them every Monday usually with some friends. Jim will be missed thats for sure but are their any plans to replace him?
      …I have two people in mind that could make excellent co-host. Paul Gellar or Peter Shank. If they are not interested in co-hosting perhaps they could do a weekly show on their own. I thought their old shows where great.
      ….Hell, maybe I will do a show and call it the honkey tonk hour…(just joking)

      ..anyway Stan on his own has proven he can pull it off.
      …..Go VNN!!!!

    9. VONBLUVENS Says:

      Sorry I missed the show. Will listen to the archive.

      Rest in peace, Jim.

    10. Hoosier Says:

      Here’s information about the publisher of “The Daily Freeman” the newspaper currently involved in an anti-Yankee Jim smear campaign:


      The first thing I noticed was the beady eyes.

    11. Steve B Says:

      Rest in peace, brother.

    12. Obadiah 1:18 Says:

      Missed the show too, but will definitely be downloading it as soon as the archive is available.

      To Andrei Yustschinsky who religiously posts off-topic: PISS OFF!

    13. .338 Says:

      My pains asleep an acoustic song i wrote for YJ this thilthy jew world cant hurt us when we decide to go at the very least his pains asleep

    14. Hoosier Says:

      I can’t get Yankee Jim off my mind – and I never conversed with him either. In some way it seems he is with me, wherever I go. I can’t stand listening to the venom coming from the cesspool known as Kingston NY now – it makes me feel physically ill. The hypocrisy and hate are thick enough to cut with a knife.

      This is a great post, written by Stan Sikorski:


      They don’t want our kind in their town? Then, so be it! The BEST revenge on these people is to make it well known that people like us will never bother them – again.


      Let the niggers know that they will not be hindered in Kingston, NY.

      Let the Mexicans run wild.

      A man, who in desperation tells the truth about his wife’s slutty behavior is still “battering her?” By all means, let the women do whatever they want to do, and let them be the example to the Kingston children to follow. Let these women be the leaders, and let the “men” have to live with it.

      Let the fucking place burn in it’s diversity!

    15. Hoosier Says:

      Maybe a mistake on my part, I think I should have referred to “Hudson Valley, NY area” instead of “Kingston, NY.” Well, I’m upset and I’m not familiar with the area. But I’m sure you see my point.