Live White or Die

Our guest columnist this afternoon is Ryan J. Murdoch of Ashland, New Hampshire.

I am running as a candidate for state representative in Grafton County District 8. I am running as a Republican, but I have been endorsed by the American Third Position. I am also the American Third Position state chairman of New Hampshire. The American Third Position is a political party that stands for the interests of white Americans.

For far too long white Americans have been told that diversity is something beneficial to their existence. Statistics prove that the opposite is true. New Hampshire residents must seek to preserve their racial identity if we want future generations to have to possibility to live in such a great state. Affirmative action, illegal and legal non-white immigration, anti-white public school systems, and an anti-white media have done much damage to the United States of America and especially New Hampshire. It is time for white people in New Hampshire and across the country to take a stand. We are only 8 percent of the world’s population and we need our own homeland, just like any other non-white group of people deserve their own homeland.

What will happen to New Hampshire once it is only 60, 50 or 40 percent white? Statistics show that areas with high non-white populations have higher rates of violent crime. New Hampshire has one of the lowest rates of violent crime in the country, but that will change as the white population percentage declines and the non-white population percentage increases. I urge New Hampshire residents to go to the American Third Position website and read for yourself what it is all about.

We must preserve our racial identity [Concord Monitor]

New Hampshire Candidate Running On “Pro-White” Platform [Political Correction]


if nothing else you sort of have to appreciate the honesty.

@Capt Howdy: That’s what I was thinking. Spotting them through their camouflage gets tiresome.

Someone linked to a study that found that facts tend to reinforce incorrect knowledge in subjects (for instance, when presented with factual evidence about evolution, a person who already disbelieved it would become further entrenched in that disbelief). A few weeks ago, I also found my way to a study that found that people who were seriously unskilled or unknowledgeable on a subject had an inflated sense of their own skill or knowledge. When educated to the point of “knowing what they didn’t know,” however, their estimates of how well the did at a task or test became realistic.

At first I was wondering if these two things could both be true, but of course they can. The presentation of facts is not the same as education, although it feels like they’re the same at first blush.

The real trick is to figure out how to educate all these dumbshits so that the presentation of facts can start to make a difference.


the problem is “facts” have become malleable. well, not really of course, but to them they have. they simply turn to NewsMax or FOX news for a whole new set of “facts”.
try, if you can, to watch a little FOX news. I actually did last night. I have no idea why but I found myself watching the end of OReally and the beginning of Hannityjob.
it was surreal. there the witch of Wasilla first up talking about how absolutely terrible it was that people would use “rhetoric” and baseless accusations to frighten people.

now, take just a minute to let that soak in.


At this point, I’d settle for letting one of the already-bugfuck-ridden states secede (SC seems to be volunteering) and let them get on with building their bridge to the 17th century.

I think that’s a major disadvantage of this stage in humanity’s expansion – there’s not really anywhere left to tell the bugfuck crazy people to *go*. In the 1600s, it was the American colonies. After the Revolution, it was the West, etc. The big thing was that you could take your half-dozen wackadoodle followers who thought you were Jeebus and pretty much drop out of society *entirely* – witness the Canadian fur trappers, or the Siberian reindeer hunters (who asked who the czar was when they made contact in the mid-20th century, I recall). Nowadays, you’ve pretty much got to deal with the outside world unless you want a fairly “basic” (by modern standards) existence.

I’d suggest encouraging the crazy to colonize Mars, but spreading that sort of insanity is probably an interstellar war crime. :)

I would just like to point out that last time I checked, New Hampshire is NOT in the South. Racism: It’s not just for Southerners anymore.

Ah, Dunning Krueger.

The problem is how our brains are wired. Humans have on average 3 times as many connections to the emotional centers as we do to the logic areas of the brain. This is why many folks react more to emotion than intelligence (fear/lust,etc over reason.)

People don’t like to make mistakes. Especially really stupid people. This is what makes people who have serious issues with Dunning Krueger so damned dangerous.

@Mistress Cynica: I think those of us who have spent significant time in the Pacific Northwest can attest to attitudes east of the Cascades.


This guy is from New Hampshire.

/this message brought to you by Arizona.

I must say, for the first time ever, that’s a decent tee design. If I turn out to be the only one who sees it, I’ll describe it later.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: Anti-immigrant NM GOP gubernatorial candidate Susanna Martinez has called for insights into combating the non-white menace to US America.

@Mistress Cynica:
it never was.
Boston is the most racist city I ever lived in.

Threadjack – somewhere George Carlin is smiling:

F-ing big deal: FCC indecency rules struck down

A federal appeals court on Tuesday knocked down the Federal Communications Commission’s indecency policy, saying that the agency’s guidelines for fleeting expletives and other indecencies in broadcast violate the First Amendment.

From the Washington Post’s Cecilia Kang in Post Tech

@Walking Still: Great. Now can produce its own TV show and bring the apocalyptically vulgar to the masses!

@Mistress Cynica: Ditto for California — saw a rebel flag sticker on the back of a truck there, with a California license plate, in SOMA in San Francisco. Prolly from Fresno or something.

hey, its better than living in Angola:

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul says the poor in America are “enormously better off than the rest of the world,” citing an old Cold War film that showed even impoverished homes had color

@Walking Still: HELLA FUCK YEAH!

@rptrcub: Nah, closer in, more like Vallejo or Oakley.

@Mistress Cynica: As a very long term resident of Massachusetts, it’s my belief that racism got Scott Brown elected. The Democratic Party is headed by a black guy.


Crimes Against Whiteness – Exhibit A: Gwyneth Paltrow’s all-white NYC apartment

Otherwise known as the Greatest Dentist’s Office Ever Designed.

I hear that Gwinny occasionally gets the migranes; do ya think it’s racial tensions?

@Capt Howdy: citing an old Cold War film that showed even impoverished homes had color televisions

I think our by-no-means-impoverished home got color TV in 1969. The first time I saw Star Trek in color, it was like visiting Oz.

@karen marie: Well, that plus one of the worst campaigns in memory by Ms. Demrat Candidate.

@Original Andrew:
Could be that or the tiny non smug portion of Gwyneth’s “personality” trying to escape.

@karen marie:
technically so is the republican party. but I take your point.

heres a clue for Randy. tvs dont really cost that much. and for what you got as far as escapist potential it was a totally worthwhile investment. we had one. we did not have indoor plumbing but we had a color tv.

I only wish Randy could have visited us to see how the other half lives.
stupid fucking douchbag moron.

I think those of us who have spent significant time in the Pacific Northwest can attest to attitudes east of the Cascades.I saw a guy in North Idaho with the classic swastika wrapped around a cross tattoo–and he was from the Seattle area.
The sad fact is that racism seems to be a universal trait. Every society has elements that live in fear of the others, and it’s always easier when they look different.

Don’t forget, folks: We are an archepelago of liberal islands in the Sea of Bumblefuckistan. The pigfuckers are always only a suburb away..if that.

@Capt Howdy: It’s only one poll, but it is the most recent:

Kentucky voters don’t think much of Rand Paul and as a result the race to replace Jim Bunning in the Senate is tied. Paul and Jack Conway are getting 43% each.

What’s holding Conway back, in part, is his lack of name recognition (I doubt most voters know who the Attorney General of the United States is, let alone of their own state), but he could also be doing more to capitalize on Paul’s constant stream of crazy. His response to the Civil Rights Act comments should’ve been something like, “I don’t know what they preach at Rand Paul’s country club, but where I’m from we keep our doors open to everyone, regardless of their race. That’s how I was raised, and that’s how my wife and I are raising our children.” Whatever he did say barely registered, because he refused to acknowledge the obvious motivation behind Paul’s words.

About the most disgusting thing that my family has said or done lately, on my dad’s side of course, was during Thanksgiving. It was when my aunt, who always complains about her life and how messicans are moving in next door to her home in Gwinnett County in NE suburban ATL (which is now majority minority), talked about the small town where my cousin was going to college in was wonderful. And about how Dahlonega also is majority white, which was also great. With nodding approval from her stepmother, who has a biracial granddaughter.

This was at the same occasion where my grandfather prayed for the gubmint and said “Lord, we need it,” almost crying.

I am glad that Mr. Cub and I were at a bear run when the Independence Day family gathering came about. Otherwise I’d have to slap a bitch.

@Jesuswalksinidaho: I’ve long said that Eugene is proud of its diversity because it doesn’t have any.

I think (hope actually) that the capitalization will come later when people really start paying attention. same with Harry in NV and others.

@Capt Howdy: I’m still waiting until after Labor Day before paying close attention. Polls right now are certainly useful to candidates, but it’s wayyyy to early to start prognosticating.

@Mistress Cynica: Other than having my family drive all night home to New Mexico from Montana after I was sick from being bit by a mouse at the Ft Hall Idaho powwow because, as my mom said when we stopped somewhere in the middle of the night to try to rest “people don’t like Indians here,” the only racism I felt as a kid was from the local ancestral homeland Hispanics from little villages outside of town who basically hated everybody else including Hispanics from other little villages, and members of my own tribe who hated others who were not full bloods, which put me at a disadvantage by being 1/2 Navajo on mom’s side. I can’t count the times I heard “fucking Indio” from assholes in school, but now the guys from my tribe are cool with me.

As an adult, my old environmental law firm lost a potential client when the Hispanic irrigators who came to us said they didn’t want me working on the case because they thought I would sabotage their case because there were Indian tribes on the other side of a long-running water rights case. The white head of the office and his Hispanic wife (a village here is named for her family) called the organization and told them to go to hell over their position.

Everyone has an “us” and a “them,” its all relative. The best are those with the largest “us.” But to have a large “us,” you have to let go your fondness for the attributes you like to use to define yourself, because otherwise, you will never be able to let people who don’t have those attributes into your club. Letting go of skin color, thats easy, smart people recognize that a physical attribute you are born with is nothing to feel so proud of that you should feel superior to others over it. Now, how about intelligence? How about, oh, “niceness?” Your “us” and them can be “white” and “black,” it can be “christian” and “everyone else,” it can be “not gay” and “gay,” and it can be “smart” and “stupid,” or “moral” and “immoral.” or “law abiding” and “criminal.” Strong, and weak. Rich, and poor.

Most people, especially smart or strong people, can’t let go of thinking that those inherited traits somehow make them superior to those born without those traits.


my us:

smart- not christian-immoral-cute-hung
possibly criminal could be optional

others need not apply.

I dont think so. like nojo says. most people are not really paying attention yet.
if they are so much the better.

@Capt Howdy: My fear is that Paul, Angle, etc. will learn to keep their mouths shut by then and will win by virtue of party affiliation and nothing more. What’s happening now will be old news by then.


Angle had best commence to larning pretty soon:

Sharron Angle: Bob Bennett Has ‘Outlived His Usefulness’

I swear, every time she opens her mouth she ends up saying something that implies people should be killed. Will she break out in a Don Corleone impression for an encore? :)

@Mistress Cynica:

I’m not at all against a monochromatic color scheme, mind you, it can be quite daring and dramatic if it’s used to emphasize a view or a provocative art and furniture collection, or as we saw in Jane Fonda’s gorgeous loft–both! However, in this case it doesn’t seem to emphasize anything other than the suffocating perfection of the design itself.


Don’t worry too much. I’ve seen the disastrous polling for the Dems, and honestly I’d say that people are just getting desperate and are ready to start pushing buttons to do anything to try to improve the economy. The only political party hated worse than the Demonrats is the Retreadicans.

@Original Andrew: And the insufferable smugness of the owner. Let’s not forget that.

@Mistress Cynica:

I dunno if it’s her smugness or my insane jealously of her wealth, career, lifestyle and the fact that she rode the Brad Pitt-hobby horse for two years when it shoulda been me dammit!

It’s prolly one of those. At least her children have super-stupid names.

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