Between the Lines: This is a Minuteman, This a Minuteman Through Kike Eyes. Any Questions?
by Barb Aryan
[Original column here.]
Lock and Load
By SARAH VOWELL
Published: July 23, 2005
I have a name for it: 1775 disease lying kike-itis is more like it and it's a raging worldwide epidemic. The United States of America wasn't born of the pretty words from Jefferson's pen in the declaration signed on July 4, 1776. It was born of anonymous gunfire at Lexington on April 19, 1775. Wrong, it was born of the lofty ideals, blood and willpower of Aryan men and women. And ever since, we have carried our violent nativity Hey, the Founding Fathers probably could have pulled off a 1960's Civil Rights-style victory over the British if they had had Jewish termites attacking from within within us like a virus, a virus that lies dormant from time to time only to break out again and again self-preservation is always a crime if you're not one of God's Chosen.
We celebrate the Minutemen of 1775. And I'm not saying we shouldn't Yeah, right... Me thinkest the jew-bitch protesteth too much. I do love a good "Listen, my children, and you shall hear" legend Hmm... the American Revolution is just a legend. Has a lot in common with the Hoax-a-co$t then!. In fact, my mushy nationalistic heart there are only two kinds of Jew nationalists: those living in Israel and those planning to move there skipped a beat when an old Minuteman statue, caked in alien goop, made a cameo in Steven Spielberg's "War of the Worlds" Yes, her true-Israeli-blue heart skipped a beat when fellow bagelhead Stevie defiled it.
All I'm saying is that there is an inherent pitfall typical ZOG tactic 1 - frame the debate so that other viewpoints are automatically illegitimate in revering the volunteer militiamen of Lexington and Concord, our beloved raggedy, gun-toting amateurs typical ZOG tactic 2 - slander your enemy. Actually they were regular farmers and tradesmen who were neither ragged nor amateurs who defied the powers-that-were. As when today's raggedy, gun-toting amateurs defy the powers-that-be in their honor and someone gets hurt. Who has been hurt yet? Oh yeah, I forgot that the border-jumpers' precious rights are being violated. Timothy McVeigh, for example. Ten years ago, he bombed the federal building in Oklahoma City - on April 19. typical ZOG tactic 3 - demonize your enemy. Get fucking real lady! The Minutemen are merely trying to enforce the laws of the land while our traitorous government sits idly by. McVeigh, a goverment-trained killer motivated by the same government's actions at Waco, was part of a government-produced and government-overseen cell. Somehow the jewess leaves the government out, so that private citizens become the danger.
And now - someone alert the C.D.C. ADL and SPLC - 1775 disease is breaking out a handful of whites are awaking from life-long Jew-hypno-control in at least 18 states, thanks to the Minuteman Project. What started back in April as a nutty experiment self-defense as a diagnosable illness involving armed citizen volunteers patrolling the Arizona-Mexico border to thwart illegal immigration Sarah has slipped momentarily - she really meant to say "undocumented Americans" is spreading to non-border states as well. This week Tennessee got its own Minutemen.
No serious person ZOG tactic 1 again - frame the limits of acceptable debate thinks random self-motivated, not prescreened by our controllers guys with guns stalking Niagara Falls or the Rio Grande are going to make the country safer. On the contrary, in addition to all our other national security worries and which "shitty little country" in the Middle East do we have to thank for that?!, Americans now have to fret for the safety of these clowns from guys to clowns with no intervening steps.... Well it does make sense to have the word "clown" when "Bush" follows soon thereafter, who have been condemned by President Bush as "vigilantes." Considering the source, that really hurts... Because, odds are, the only people they'll end up shooting will be one another. Then what danger do they present? I'm sure that you would welcome such a result!
And I say that not only as a namby-pamby liberal shocker writing for the most uppity kosher newspaper propaganda rag in the world, but also as the daughter of a gunsmith, a man who was so persnickety about the very real danger of firearms' tendency to just go off That explains all the gunfire in Amerikwa's "hoods" every night - handguns spontaneously discharging despite their owners best efforts! that he practically made my sister and me don hunter orange more visible than a yellow star - coincidence? just to play with squirt guns.
It's worth remembering that no one knows who fired that "shot heard round the world" at Lexington. True, but we can be sure that there wasn't a single Chosen One involved in the fray. What probably happened If we don't know something, how can we have a probable explanation? was that one man got nervous and accidentally pulled the trigger on his musket. Again, no Jews were there so the firing could not have been some Mr. Magoo-type bumble. But our dear kikess needs her accident to help undercut our history... Longfellow meant to put that at the end of "Paul Revere's Ride," but he couldn't find a decent rhyme for "uh-oh." A regular Seinfeld, this one is.
The wonderful spirit of the old Minutemen - their amateurish gumption, their do-it-yourself defiance no docile lining up for the cattle-cars with this bunch - can occasionally be is always considered ominous by ZOG when inspiring latter-day gunmen, but glorious with regard to art. The police have way too many half-cocked rule-breakers to deal with ZOG tactic 4 - classify legal activities as illegal or questionable in some way; pop music, though, can never have enough. Oh yeah, pop-stars as "rule-breakers". A more spineless, cowardly bunch cannot be found. They merely dance to Uncle Izzy's tune. Here's my check for the poor Africans, Bono...
"We Jam Econo," Tim Irwin's lovable documentary about the lovable 80's punk band unfocused anger that accomplished nothing.... the sewage has only gotten deeper since punk "unleashed" its diatribe on society called the Minutemen is making the rounds of film festivals and revival houses this summer. It's nice to revisit the hullabaloo of their songs. Need some real hullabaloo... why not try some Semitically-Incorrect bands like Cut Throat or Race War? And watching the bassist, Mike Watt, driving his van around his California hometown, San Pedro, and pointing at Minutemen landmarks is like listening to a fascinating Concord park ranger lead a tour across North Bridge. American Revolution = Punk Revolution, really? "We were minute men," Watt says. That's my-NOOT men - a little homemade band, not the slick Redcoats of arena rock. WTF? - Minutemen = Redcoats?
Watt and the guitarist, D. Boon, are two men Sam Adams could have had a beer with. Their idealism, their humor and decency, is spellbinding Their Jewiness got my panties sopping wet, but then I reminded myself that they were merely inferior goyim.. Their friend Nels Cline points out that Boon used so much treble in his guitar as "a political decision" The only real political decision you'll ever get to make in this country. Although it could be argued that Lee Harvey Oswald perfectly exemplifies the best of our "one man, one vote" tradition. - to distinguish his sound from Watt's bass, like two "sovereign states." Please!!! Egalitarian timbre! Stomach-distress bag quickly!
Then there's the story of their album "Double Nickels on the Dime," a jab at Sammy Hagar's "I Can't Drive 55." Watt recalls, "We said, 'Well, we'll drive 55 and be crazy with the music instead of crazy with the cars.'" From a review: "Along with a guided tour of key Minutemen-related spots throughout San Pedro in Mike Watt's van, there are 52 interviews with everyone from Flea to Watt's mother Jean, to Richard Hell and Ian MacKaye. These are fine fodder, if somewhat fawning [the all-out verbal bukakke-fest over Double Nickels is a bit much..."]...
The best part of the film, and the most heartbreaking, is when Watt walks around the park where he met Boon, a childhood friend who died in a car accident in 1985. "I was quite smitten with him," Now what kind of "men" say that they are smitten with each other? Watt remembers. "He was playing army and he fell out of a tree on me."
As he stares at the very tree, it occurs to me that playing army when you're 13 is fine I seem to remember that playing Army was for younger kids. But hey, what would a feminist Jew-bitch know about growing up male anyway.. Grown men playing army defending their country from potentially deadly invaders on the Mexican border? No, thanks. Is not in line with ZOG's plans and thus verboten.
Sarah Vowell, a contributor to public radio's A Jew at NPR! Stop the presses! Now I know why its called NYR - National Yiddish Radio "This American Life," is the author, most recently, of "Assassination Vacation."
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