6 April, 2009

Demjanjuk Deportation Blocked

Posted by Socrates in Demjanjuk, Holocaust, holocaust racket, Holocaustianity, Jewish cruelty, jewish hate & hypocrisy, Jewish revenge, Socrates at 12:27 am | Permanent Link

That’s good news. Let’s hope the decision is permanent:


  • 11 Responses to “Demjanjuk Deportation Blocked”

    1. Old_Dutch Says:


    2. Luek Says:

      BAD NEWS! It has been overturned. We are all wearing Yarmulkes now!

    3. old_dutch Says:

      I’m not wearing no damn jew beanie. LOL.

      Demjanjuk’s family, and friends have been too damn nice about this outrage. Maybe, it’s because they don’t have contact sports in Eastern Europe?

    4. Andrei Yustschinsky (Andrei's Ghost) Says:

      While the judge is no Jew, by name he could of Polish or more likely Ukrainian like Mr Demjanjuk. I went through Social Security Death Index search for the last name of the judge & found names that sounded “Polish” but a little bit different as in the case of old Ukrainian first names, strange….

    5. Z.O.G. Says:

      off topic:

      Does anybody know anything about the clown who posts under the name “New America”? He monopolizes the comments over on the VOR website. He’s a real head case. He used to post here also. He’s a class A nut job. Does anybody know who he is?

    6. shabbos s. shabazz Says:

      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      In the mental health field, schizophasia, commonly referred to as word salad, is confused, and often repetitious, language that is symptomatic of various mental illnesses.
      It is usually associated with a manic presentation and other symptoms of serious mental illnesses, such as psychoses, including schizophrenia. It is characterized by an apparently confused usage of words with no apparent meaning or relationship attached to them. In this context, it is considered to be a symptom of a formal thought disorder. In some cases schizophasia can be a sign of asymptomatic schizophrenia; e.g. the question “Why do people believe in God?” could elicit a response consisting of a series of words commonly associated with religion or prayer but strung together with no regard to language rules. For example: “Because He makes a twirl in life, my box is broken help me blue elephant. Isn’t lettuce brave? I like electrons, hello.”


    7. Captainchaos Says:

      I posted some very reasonable comments critical of New America’s rather eccentric vision. All of which were deleted. I then criticized VoR’s new found policy of deleting even intelligent criticisms as not being conducive to facilitating the development of an intellectual framework for ensuring the genetic continuity of the White race. Deleted.

      It seems they are more interested in cultivating sycophancy. Commenting there is a waste of time.

    8. Z.O.G. Says:


      It seems as if “New America” has some kind of connection with the owners of VOR. He is constantly telling people to send VOR money and he is always praised by Mike Conner and Mishko for his “brilliant” insights and observations. They never say a bad word about him.

      In addition, he writes SEVERAL book-length posts per day on the VOR comment section. Who the hell has that much free time on their hands?

      Who is this clown?

    9. Captainchaos Says:

      Z.O.G., I don’t know who he is. But he was complaining that some of his comments were being deleted.

      As for VoR, I don’t know what their new look will consist of yet. I’ll certainly keep an open mind. Everyone has their own way of presenting the message, and how much of the message they present for tactical considerations (hopefully).

      For instance Weber may have given up on exposing the Holohoax, but so long as he discusses racial preservation and the downward pressure Jews place on that, if done well, is certainly better than nothing from him.

      But commenting there, if one is not allowed to expatiate one’s ideas, if obviously a waste of time.

    10. 2050 Says:

      A lot of what I’ve read from newamerica posting on here I thought was generally pretty good.

    11. Ein Says:

      2050 Says: “A lot of what I’ve read from newamerica posting on here I thought was generally pretty good.”

      I’m only speaking from memory, but as best I remember, I think I can agree with that.