Thirty fantastic minutes with Bill Whittle.

I can’t watch anything longer than 4 minuted anymore either. This, on the other hand, I will watch till I have it committed to memory.

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6 Responses to Thirty fantastic minutes with Bill Whittle.

  1. Couper says:

    Whittle really is superb. He simplifies and then puts into words what we know to be true.

  2. perfectchild says:

    Edward Bernays was once getting women to smoke to be equal to men and buying products to keep up with the Joneses. He knew their insecurities of seeing those who can do , doing better than them. Competition Rules.

    Now tell me why Socialists tattoo themselves? To be individuals. Seeing those who can’t do, doing better than them. “Pick me! I’ve got a mark on my face that makes me discriminated against” Diversity Rules.

  3. Softly Bob says:

    Outstanding. Bill Whittle is a legend.

  4. perfectchild says:

    There is only one caveat about Martin Luther King, is that he slept with white whores to the distress of his wife and children.

    “King described his affairs as “a form of anxiety reduction.” Martin said, “I’m away from home twenty-five to twenty-seven days a month.”

    Three relationships were more than one-night stands, and Martin grew especially close to one woman. The “relationship, rather than his marriage, increasingly became the emotional centerpiece of King’s life, but it did not eliminate the incidental couplings that were a commonplace of King’s travels.”
    Source: “Bearing the Cross”, by David Garrow, p. 375. “

    It is like the Communist Party saying “bring all your children, for they are all equal” and then realizing they had become the property of the state.

    So let’s examine what St Martin actually said:

    “I have a dream that my four little children [that I neglected] will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”

    I have a dream…little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers.

    I have never judged a little child, ever, ever, by the content of their character. I have only judged adults such as him.

    This transposition from adult-to-child, responsibility to irresponsibility is classic with socialists and homosexuals who infatalize their acts of savage thieving from life and and love, to take-on an innocent childlike nature.

    What a real man would have said:

    “I have a dream that my four little children as adults will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”

    I have a dream…adult black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with adult white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers.

    But today those little children are judged for their Minority Status with Special Privileges and their Messiah thanked during Black Ramandan every year.

    Mohammad’s “I had a dream” will be Bill Whittle’s next Republican to cheer, next year.

    I guess it’s only judging the character of Muslim children that counts, so they can hold hands with everyone.

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