Archive for August, 2018



This is nothing but exploitation of a child.

How many White parents exploiting Black children by adopting them, and virtue-signaling on conventional and social media does it take to change a lightbulb?

These two bastards are no better than Joan Crawford was.


Why has Nimrata Randhawa Haley invited only representatives of Belgium, Malaysia, Indonesia, Columbia, India, Argentina, and Chile to the U.S. Open—why has she not invited representatives of other nations?

Why has Nimrata Randhawa Haley invited representatives of different nations to the U.S. Open, in the first place?

What is Nimrata Randhawa Haley doing spending her leisure time with representatives of nations other than the United States, anyway—since she is only the United States Ambassador to the United Nations?

Why does President Donald Trump keep Nimrata Randhawa Haley in his cabinet?

Why did President-elect Donald Trump nominate Nimrata Randhawa Haley for a position in his cabinet, in the first place?

What is Nimrata Randhawa Haley doing in our federal government, at all—especially since we had no say in this?

Nimrata Randhawa Haley never serves the United States.

Nimrata Randhawa Haley always serves only herself, Israel, and India—in that order.

Nimrata Randhawa Haley is a pandering, self-serving, sociopathic liar—and Nimrata Randhawa Haley has no business in our government.

Nimrata Randhawa Haley is an evil, subversive, Zionist traitor—and Nimrata Randhawa Haley has no business in our government.

Nimrata Randhawa Haley has no business in our government.



To the stupid cunt who rudely tried to interrupt me while I was unintentionally interrupting her long, involved, pleasant, personal, phone conversation at the West Fairfield Drive entrance to The Home Depot this afternoon—WHILE SHE WAS DRIVING:




You have to engage in amazingly aggressive behavior to provoke AOL into terminating your AOL ad-free email account.

But AOL has to engage in amazingly passive-aggressive behavior—over and over again—to provoke you into engaging in such amazingly aggressive behavior, in the first place.

My email address was

Those of you who have been trying to reach me at this email address can now know why I have not been replying to your emails—AOL has terminated my ad-free email account.  AOL gave me no warning—nor any time to transfer any of my saved emails, or email addresses in my address book, to a different account with a different provider. was the only email address I ever had—and I had it for ten years, ever since I first got dial-up Internet service through AOL, in 2008.

I changed Internet providers, of course, but kept my email account with AOL.

You see, I’m a conservative, in the truest sense—I don’t change anything unless change is necessary.

This is why I hate liberals—they change everything, just for the sake of changing everything, and end up creating nothing but problems.

This is why I hate neocons—they change everything, just for the sake of changing everything, and end up creating nothing but problems.

When I was a kid, there was a TV commercial for furniture polish, or dishwasher detergent, or paper towels, in which the character/spokeswoman—Madge, I think—said, “If something works, you stick with it.”

That’s how I work—that’s how I live my life.  If something works, I stick with it.

I live by this true conservatism almost as much as I live by the late Zig Ziglar’s teaching that fair play seeks what is right—not who is right.

Now, I recently learned—from NPR—that at the turn of this century, AOL was sued for facilitating pedophilia, by allowing pedophiles to share child pornography with other pedophiles, and to set up meetings with their child victims, through AOL’s forums.

Yet I did not know about this evil negligence, on AOL’s part, when I got my AOL email account in 2008.

AOL’s CEO, Tim Armstrong, is arguably the most irresponsible and negligent CEO in the United States today.

And AOL worked well for me, most of the time, until Tim Armstrong created a monster called Oath—then put all of AOL’s service under the management of Oath.

Ever since he did that, I had nothing but problems with AOL—until AOL terminated my account, without giving me any notice or warning, without addressing my issues, without listening to me, without allowing me to transfer my saved emails and email addresses, and without even letting those emailing me know that my account has been terminated (my AOL email account has become a black hole—mail is not returned to senders, and senders are not even notified that I cannot read their emails).

The last issue I had was this campaign ad for this sleazy Democrat being posted, not in my AOL ad-free mailbox, but on my AOL ad-free mailbox sign-in screen.  This sleazy Democrat, Jeff Greene, is competing against other sleazy Democrats to oust the sleazy Republican incumbent, Rick Scott.  But this sleazy Democrat doesn’t mention himself, his sleazy Democratic rivals, or even the sleazy Republican incumbent, Rick Scott.  He only mentions President Donald Trump—against whom he is not running.

This Jeff Greene is every bit as sleazy and trashy as Rick Scott is—and only goddamned fools would fall for this bullshit ad, and vote for this piece of shit.

In 2016, AOL had given me a way to opt out of political advertising on my AOL ad-free mailbox sign-in screen—so I contacted AOL, and requested that opt-out option again.

But this time, AOL refused to provide that option for me—and this sleazy ad for this sleazy Democrat just kept popping up in my face, every time I wanted to access my AOL ad-free email account, day after day.

And AOL completely dismissed my pleas to resolve this issue, but started demanding my monthly fee of $4.99—as it had been doing ever since Tim Armstrong had created Oath, and put AOL’s service under Oath’s management.

In other words, since Tim Armstrong created Oath, and put AOL’s service under Oath’s management, the only time AOL ever contacted me was when it demanded payment from me—it never contacted me about any of the countless issues I was having with it, under Oath.

And of course I refused to pay AOL any money, any month, until it got issues like this resolved.

This time I fought back against AOL’s abuse.

There were several email addresses to different AOL entities I had collected over the years—including Tim Armstrong, himself.

None of these entities ever addressed any of my concerns—least of all Tim Armstrong.

So I copied and pasted this ad from my AOL mailbox sign-in screen, then emailed it to every one of those AOL email addresses—just to give those bastards at AOL an idea of what it was like to have this sleazy ad for this sleazy Democrat in one’s face.  And I did this every time I signed in, and encountered this ad—which was all the time.

Still no response from any of the bastards at AOL.

Then I copied and pasted the ad, and sent it to Jeff Greene’s campaign office (, as I recall)—every time I encountered the ad.

Then I forwarded all of the emails I sent to Jeff Greene’s campaign office to all of the AOL email addresses I had saved, over the years (,,,,, and, as I recall).

I had contacted AOL, and asked it to give me the opt-out option to opt out of this sleazy ad, or simply to remove this sleazy ad from my AOL ad-free mailbox sign-in screen—and AOL had never replied.

And I had contacted Jeff Greene’s campaign office, and asked it to pressure AOL to remove this sleazy ad from my AOL ad-free mailbox sign-in screen—and Jeff Greene’s campaign office had never replied.

So I decided to get AOL in so much trouble with this sleazy sponsor that it would be sure to do as I had been asking it to do for days—maybe even weeks.

But AOL canceled my ad-free email account instead.

And I got a phone call from some sleazebag named “Sam” ((703) 265-0045), who simply stated that my account had been terminated, but gave me no further information—and refused to return any of my countless calls in which I pleaded with this piece of shit to at least let me access my AOL mailbox one last time, so that I could transfer my saved emails and email addresses to a different account.

So this is why your emails to me, at, have not been answered—my account has been terminated, without warning or notice, and I cannot read your emails.

And this is AOL now:



“At the United Nations, Ambassador Haley is making sure the American people see value for their investment; advocating for reforms that make the organization more efficient, transparent, and accountable. Those reforms include preserving and maintaining the integrity of peacekeeping forces around the world.”


“On the United Nations Security Council, Ambassador Haley is working to defend Americans’ interests and keep our country safe.”


“Ambassador Haley is a champion for human rights.”


“Under her leadership, the United States has taken a strong stand against the chronic anti-Israel bias at the United Nations. These efforts have included successfully removing a false and defamatory report against Israel.”


“Prior to becoming the twenty-ninth U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Haley was elected as the first minority Governor of South Carolina.”




“It is my conviction today that a man should not take any active public part in politics before the age of thirty, except in cases of outstanding ability.  He should not do so because up to that time the formation of a general platform takes place from which he examines the various political problems and defines his own final attitude towards them.  The man who has now matured at least mentally may or should take part in the political guidance of the community only after reaching a fundamental view of life and, with it, a stability of his own way of looking at the individual current problems.

“If this is not the case, he runs the risk that some day he will have to change his attitude towards vital questions, or, despite his better knowledge and belief, to uphold points of view which reason and conviction have long since rejected.  The first case is very embarrassing for him, for now personally uncertain, he has no longer the right to expect that his followers have the same unshakable belief in him as before; such a reversal on the part of the leader brings uncertainty to his followers and frequently a certain feeling of embarrassment as regards those they have been fighting.  But in the second case there may happen what we so frequently see today: in the same measure in which the leader no longer believes in what he said, his defense will be hollow and shallow, and he will be base in his choice of means.  While he himself no longer thinks seriously of defending his political revelations (one does not die for something one does not believe in), the demands he makes of his followers become greater and more impudent, till finally he sacrifices what is left of the leader in order to end up as a ‘politician’; that means that kind of man whose only real conviction is to have no conviction, combined with impudent obtrusiveness and the brazen-faced artfulness of lying.

“If such a fellow, to the misfortune of decent people, becomes a member of a parliament, it should be known from the beginning that the meaning of politics for him is only the heroic struggle for the feeding bottle for himself and his family.  The closer his wife and children cling to it, the more tenaciously will he stick to his mandate.  This alone makes all other men with political instincts his enemies; in every new movement he suspects the possible beginning of the end, and in every man greater than himself he scents the probability of a renewed danger which threatens him.

“I will speak of these parliamentary bedbugs in detail later on.

“A man of thirty will also have to learn a lot more in the course of his life, but this will only be the supplement to, and the filling-out of, the frame which his view of life places before him.  His learning will no longer be a relearning in principle, but an adding to what he has learned, and his followers will not have to swallow the oppressing feeling that so far he has taught them the wrong ideas; on the contrary: the visible organic growth of the leader will give them satisfaction, as his learning means only the deepening of their own doctrine.  This is, in their eyes, the proof for the truth of the opinions they have held so far.

“The leader who has to give up the platform of his general view of life because he found that it was wrong only acts with decency if he is ready to face the ultimate consequences from the realization that his previous views have been wrong.  In such a case he must for all future times renounce at least all public political activity.  As he has been already once the victim of a basic error, the possibility exists that this may happen a second time.  On no account is he entitled to continue to utilize, or even demand, the confidence of his fellow citizens.

“The general profligacy of the cads who today consider themselves authorized to ‘make’ politics hardly lives up to his standard of decency.

“Hardly one of them is predestined for this task.”


A lot of people considered Barack Obama the “Worst. President. Ever.”

A lot of people consider Donald Trump the “Worst. President. Ever.”

But the fact is that no president’s legacy can be evaluated until his term has ended—and especially after a great deal of time since his presidency.

Immediately after George W. Bush was elected President, I considered him the best president this country ever had.

It was too soon, wasn’t it?

In my opinion, Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, and Lyndon B. Johnson were among the worst presidents our nation has ever had.

And in my opinion, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Buchanan, Theodore Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, and Gerald Ford were among the best presidents our nation has ever had.

And even though Jefferson Davis was the sole president of the Confederate States—not the United States—I still consider him among the best presidents either nation has ever had.

Also, my judgements of these men are only as presidents.  Andrew Jackson, for example, was not the only U.S. president who treated Native Americans horribly, but arguably the worst president toward them.  Yet he was also an effective military commander, in our nation’s second war with Britain.

It will be a while before any of us can thoroughly and reasonably evaluate the presidencies of Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, or Barack Obama.

And we will have to wait until Donald Trump is no longer President before we can even begin to thoroughly and reasonably evaluate his presidency.

It is not likely that President Trump will devastate this country by triggering or provoking a nuclear holocaust—as I feared he would do, if elected President.  I think he realizes he has too much to lose, personally, in a nuclear holocaust.

Yet if Nimrata (“Nikki”) Randhawa Haley becomes our next president—and/or our first female president—I swear to God she will.

And quoting the Eagles, “I could be wrong, but I’m not.”

I recommend you sign my petition to get her out of our government—just in case:

She is the most dangerous politician in the United States today—but she is also being rewarded for exploiting Dylann Roof’s mass murder of nine innocent churchgoers.

And as Dylann Roof serves nine consecutive life sentences for the nine lives he took on June 17, 2015, Nimrata Randhawa Haley serves herself as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations—and lives it up in an elegant and elaborate condominium at 50 United Nations Plaza in Manhattan.

This is a miscarriage of justice—and one that only President Trump can legally rectify.