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IronLionZion

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About Me

All American born and raised and not on any kind of visa or stealing your jobs or whatever. Americans are more diverse than you think. I'll never let you forget it. This fact is very important and will help us win elections.

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Thousands of Vietnamese, including offspring of U.S. troops, could be deported under tough Trump pol

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/thousands-of-vietnamese-including-offspring-of-us-troops-could-be-deported-under-tough-trump-policy/2018/08/30/8de80848-a6d0-11e8-b76b-d513a40042f6_story.html?utm_term=.bd3b18d00ae6



Robert Huynh is the son of an American serviceman, although he never knew his father. His mother is Vietnamese, and he was conceived during the Vietnam War. In 1984, nine years after the last American troops left the country, 14-year-old Huynh moved to Louisville with his mother, half brother and half sisters under a U.S. government program to bring Amerasians and others to the United States.

Today, at 48, with a son and two young grandsons in Kentucky, he faces the prospect of being sent back to Vietnam, a country he has not visited since he left and where he has no relatives or friends.

Huynh is one of about 8,000 Vietnamese potentially caught up in a tough new immigration policy adopted by the Trump administration, significantly escalating deportation proceedings against immigrants who have green cards but never became U.S. citizens, and who have violated U.S. law.
...

“My mother is 83 years old right now, and I want to be here when she passes away,” he said by telephone from Houston. “I don’t have anybody in Vietnam. My life is here in the United States.”


You know, because they support our troops so much.

Where Are You From? The Game



The story of my life!

Trump knows how to solve this problem: Take away my birth, then my citizenship, then my vote.

Virginia Dare's unwanted legacy: A white nationalist-friendly website called Vdare

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/retropolis/wp/2018/08/22/virginia-dares-unwanted-legacy-a-white-nationalist-friendly-website-called-vdare/?utm_term=.fe061bd5b87b&wpisrc=nl_buzz&wpmm=1



President Trump’s economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, had a publisher over for dinner earlier this month who provides a platform for white nationalists, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.

Kudlow, who has known Peter Brimelow for decades, said he wasn’t aware that for nearly 20 years Brimelow has run a website, Vdare.com, that promotes white-identity politics. This follows the firing of a Trump speechwriter for appearing at a conference with Brimelow.

But just what is Vdare anyway? A teen challenge involving vaping? A virtual update of the D.A.R.E. program?

Vdare.com is an anti-immigration website named after Virginia Dare, the first English child born in what is now the United States. Nothing is known about her other than her name and date of her birth, but that hasn’t stopped white nationalists, and others, from speculating.

In July 1587, a group of English explorers arrived on the coast of what is now North Carolina to start a settlement. There had been other, unsuccessful European attempts to settle the land, but Governor John White still brought his pregnant daughter Eleanor Dare, and her husband, Ananias.

Within a month, Eleanor had given birth.


Be wary of any DUers posting anything from sites like Vdare, NatVan, Stormfront, etc. Virginia Dare and I were both American-born to parents who came here from overseas but that's where the similarities end for many racists who think they know who "real Americans" are and the rest of us must be "fake Americans".

LIVE: 'Unite the Right 2' rally and counter protests hit DC one year after Charlottesville



Full Disclosure, this video feed is funded by the government of Russia.

I'm just posting this because Nazis are in my city right now 10 blocks away from me and I would prefer to watch from a safe distance.

The main demonstration is set to start at 5:30 PM in Lafayette square, in front of a large white house whose current occupants support this sort of thing.

Trump: the world is an angry place



But it gets even more angry when a movie supervillain is in charge

Talented street performer plays Despacito on violin in Santa Monica



Karolina Protsenko:

Posted by IronLionZion | Thu Aug 9, 2018, 10:55 PM (6 replies)

Darla Shine had radio show where she said women in military should expect sexual harassment

Wife of top Trump aide had radio show where she said women in military should expect sexual harassment

https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/11/politics/kfile-darla-shine-radio-show/index.html

Darla Shine, the wife of new White House deputy chief of staff for communications Bill Shine, hosted a radio show in the late 2000s where she once mocked victims of sexual harassment in the military and repeatedly pushed fringe conspiracy theories about vaccines.

CNN's KFile reviewed hours of audio from Darla Shine's radio program after her controversial views came to light. Shine, who long maintained a blog called "Happy Housewives Club" where she featured recipes and tips for cleaning and budgeting and promoted her radio show and book, has faced scrutiny in recent days after Mediaite and Huffington Post reported she had made racially charged comments and spread baseless anti-vaccination conspiracy theories on her now-deleted Twitter account.

Shine pushed her controversial views to a much wider audience and in much more depth on the "Darla Shine Show," a radio broadcast she hosted on the Talk Radio Network in 2008 and 2009 that boasted syndication on 100 radio stations nationwide.
Speaking in August 2009, Shine declared herself a "sexist" and said women serving with men in the military should expect to be sexually harassed.

"And why on earth would you fight to go on the submarine ship for months on end? You know there was just a story with these girls, these women who are upset that they are sexually harassed in the military," Shine said. "What do you think is going to happen when you go on a submarine for 12 months with 4,000 horny soldiers?

"I hate to say it, but it's true. They should not even be allowed. The top military should say, 'No way, you're not allowed.' But you know, the feminists have fought for these rights. It's so stupid. I don't know why anybody would want that."


Audio at the link

5 Stupid Ways The Alt-Right Is Destroying Itself From Within

http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-stupid-ways-alt-right-destroying-itself-from-within/

Genetic Tests Have Ruined The White Power Fantasy For Many
There are a few companies out there that offer you the chance to spit in a cup and send it off so it can be genetically tested. Then you can find out all kinds of stuff about your ancestry, like if you really are a Cherokee princess (you're probably not) or if your ancestors are as proud and white as you (also probably not). Many a white putz has raced to modern genetic testing in the hopes that it will prove their purity.

In one of the most famous cases, lily-assed Craig Cobb, a man who was trying to organize a whites-only town in North Dakota, found out on a daytime TV talk show that he's 14 percent Sub-Saharan African. That may not sound like a lot, until you realize that this is someone who thinks North Dakota is too black.

The "Alt-Right" Hates Alt-Furries
The world of furries is a strange and interesting place. It's not all squirrel costume sex, which is why I've never fully gotten into it, but I have seen videos, and they're oddly engaging. For our purposes, what you need to know about the world of furries is that it's a rich tapestry of lifestyles and philosophies. For example, while some furries are just folks who want to be anthropomorphic foxes, others are folks who want to be anthropomorphic Nazi foxes. And that's an issue for the other kind of Nazis, who are anthropomorphic dicks.

White Nationalists Are Sick Of Members Showing Up Looking Like Slobs
Andrew Anglin, hater-in-chief of The Daily Stormer, wrote up a literal PSA for his little hatelings about how to present themselves in public to avoid looking like the sad, frustrated social outcasts everyone believes them to be. The rules include things like not using Pepe the Frog signs in real life, because that is "cringe." He actually used "cringe" as a noun, which I must say is super cringe. He then goes on to detail a dress code with gems like this: "The worst look ever is a baggy t-shirt. Wear fitted t-shirts, where the sleeve goes to the middle of your bicep. It should not hang lower than base of your member [sic]." This is hard to achieve, as scientifically, most Nazis are dickless wierdoes.

Other bits of advice include "Serious men in serious situations are not wearing shorts" and "Continued obesity should not be tolerated." And then there was this winner: "We must have Chad Nationalism. That is what will make guys want to join us, that is what will make girls want to be our groupies. That will make us look like bad boys and heroes."




Mind Your Own F**king Business



Forbes declares Navy Yard one of the '12 coolest neighborhoods around the world'

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/local/wp/2018/07/06/forbes-declares-navy-yard-one-of-the-12-coolest-neighborhoods-around-the-world/?utm_term=.359fbd86119e&wpisrc=nl_buzz&wpmm=1



When considering the coolest neighborhoods in the world, one may think of those in cultural hubs such as Barcelona and Athens.

Forbes magazine included such cities on its list, but Washington also landed a spot. The magazine put the District’s Navy Yard neighborhood on its list of “the 12 Coolest Neighborhoods Around the World.”

“With its waterfront location, industrial infrastructure and historic roots (it was established in 1799), the Navy Yard — or ‘the Yards’ — has a cool factor that most other D.C. neighborhoods lack,” travel expert Melissa Biggs Bradley told the magazine.

The Forbes list, which was not a ranking, included neighborhoods in Seoul, Johannesburg and Cartagena, Colombia. The only other U.S. neighborhood on the list was Chicago’s Pilsen.
Posted by IronLionZion | Fri Jul 6, 2018, 04:11 PM (7 replies)
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