But she had children so the family line continues on. That's the way it works in nature. Breed and breed with your kind and your family line along with your genes go on into the future.
Don't breed or breed wrongly and you might as well not have lived at all.
All humans now alive are here because those before us in our family lines made more like themselves.
All humans now alive who fail to breed are dead ends and when they die, the particular and unique shuffle of genes that they received from their parents dies with them.
Don't become a dead end and a sterile and lonely old man or lonely old woman. Make more like yourself. It is nature's command to every type of organism.
Take the long view of existence.
LIFE IS LIFE BY LAIBACH.
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HMMMMM, ONE OF THE HATERS USING A PHONY NAME AND WHO OFTEN POSTS HATE AGAINST IMPROVEMENT NOW SEEMS TO BE MISSING FROM THE COMMENTERS IN THE DAILY PILOT
Can it be that he suddenly realized he's not as anonymous as he thought he was?
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NATIONALIST EARTHQUAKE IN EUROPE COMING TO AMERICA?
Or, is America already too far gone to recover?
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TV station video (5:54 min.).
In a rarity, the TV station identifies the killer as Black and doesn't hide this information.
If all mainstream news outlets would always identify attackers and victims, there would probably be fewer White victims of Black race-hate killers as fewer Whites would be as stupidly naive and would be on their guard.
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RAMZPAUL SAYS THAT A NATION IS NOT DIRT
And, of course, he's right.
Video (4:55 min.).
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THIS TUESDAY, JUNE 3 VOTE IN YOUR BEST INTERESTS--SELF RELIANCE WORKS WHEN WE ALL PRACTICE IT FAIRLY
The CM PRESS doesn't make endorsements. But, we do often say that YOU should vote in your own best interests. Vote for who and what will help YOU. Be concerned about YOURSELF and YOUR family and count on others to do the same thing and we'll all live better lives.
Worry about YOURSELF and YOUR family and expect others to do the same thing, and if we all live within the rules and don't cheat, then we'll all be better off for practicing this most basic tenet of self-reliance.
Don't be a sap and try to divorce YOURSELF from YOUR best interests.
Don't give me some global answer as to why you're not voting in your own best interests. That's just stupid.
Vote for what's best for you and your family right here in Costa Mesa, and when you do so, feel confident that other intelligent people will be voting for what they also believe is their best interests.
Allan Mansoor is Costa Mesa born and bred. He went to school here. He even went to OCC. Then, he served on the Costa Mesa city council. Costa Mesa is in his blood. Mansoor is thus naturally and organically inclined to tilt towards helping Costa Mesa improve if he is elected to become our supervisor. In other words, he'll work in his own best interests as a supervisor, and since he has such strong ties to Costa Mesa, his interests will often be the same as your interests.
Michelle Eunjoo Park (married name Steel) was born and raised in Korea and then Japan. Were you born in Korea and raised in Japan? I didn't think so. How does she relate to you and your needs right here in Costa Mesa? She doesn't. Michelle Eunjoo Park (Steel) has no sense of our reality.She probably needs a map to even find Costa Mesa.
In the U.S., Eunjoo Park (Steel) has mostly lived in Los Angeles. Have you mostly lived in Los Angeles? I didn't think so. You've probably mostly lived in Orange County and in Costa Mesa.
Eunjoo Park (Steel) moved to Surfside about two years ago to run for the supervisor seat. Did you ever intentionally move to a faraway different city in a different county, just so you could run for office? I didn't think so. You probably have roots where you live.
Eunjoo Park (Steel) knows nothing about Orange County and is so in the dark about our reality that Eunjoo Park (Steel) brags about buying and living in a home in Surfside right on the beach so that the ocean is steps from her door. Is that how you live in Costa Mesa? I didn't think so.
Were you invited to appear in a photo group just of Asians and to raise your fist in...what?...Asian Power? I didn't think so. Can you really relate to such a thing?
BTW White voters, Eunjoo Park (Steel) has her interests represented up in Sacramento by the Asian & Pacific Islander Caucus.
And, Latinos have their own Caucus.
Same with Blacks. Jews also have their own caucus.
Who represents you non-Jewish White voters up in Sacramento? Who is looking out for your interests? No one. Why? Because you haven't been voting in your own best interests, you've been saps and you've been voting as though you have no identity that is uniquely yours and uniquely that of your people. Meanwhile, all other ethnic groups have been voting their skin color and their ethnicity.
START VOTING IN YOUR OWN BEST INTERESTS!!!!
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HERE'S ANOTHER COLUMN WE WROTE ABOUT MANSOOR VS.STEEL
SWEDISH SPHINX VS. KIMCHI DRAGON LADY AT TEA PARTY TO-DO
It was like the Star Wars Bar folded into two people at last night's Tea Party meeting where Allan Mansoor--his father is from Egypt and his mother is from Sweden-- who is married to a woman whose mother is from Vietnam and whose father is from Croatia/Lithuania-- and Michelle Eunjoo Park Steel--who was born in Korea and who lived in Japan and who speaks Korean, Japanese and English and who is married to a guy with an Irish name--each pitched the crowd on their candidacy for Supervisor.
|Kimchi (or as we like|
to say, "sour, rotting
At last night's meeting, Mansoor spoke of his local roots and tried to lay to rest any rumors that he's in favor of amnesty for illegal aliens. The rumor got started (and was used by Steel last night against Mansoor) after Mansoor put his name to a letter asking for immigration reform. Mansoor mumbled several reasons why he signed the stupid letter, none of which were good answers. It sounded to us as though he was saying he didn't really know what he was signing, or maybe that he thought it was simply an innocent letter asking for reform of the immigration process. HERE's an OC REGISTER article about the letter Mansoor signed and the protests in front of his office about it.
After each candidate spoke, the moderators read written questions from the audience to the candidates.
One question, perhaps from an individual in the audience who looked a little like Poopdeck Pappy (actually, many people there--even some of the women--looked a little like Poopdeck Pappy), was aimed at Steel and it went like this: "Ms. Steel, what do you say to those who say that you are a carpetbagger and that you are a political opportunist and that if you don't win this election you'll move on to easier pickings?"
Steel seemed to be set back on her heels at this question and she gave a rambling non-answer in which she bragged that in 2011she moved to OC after she bought a home in a gated community right on the beach in Surfside and that she likes to walk her three dogs on the beach, which is, don't you know, right at her door and how her husband likes to listen to the waves. (Say, don't all of us Costa Mesans live in gated communities right on the sand a few yards from the ocean? Maybe, Steel wasn't aware that this is not how we live here in Costa Mesa. Or, maybe she's not sure of the map of this area yet. Then again, and this is the best choice, maybe she just didn't have a good answer to the carpetbagging and political opportunist claim.)
Both Mansoor and Steel admitted that they are pretty much alike in their political philosophies, but Steel tried to distinguish herself from Mansoor by repeatedly bringing up the immigration reform letter that Mansoor signed, andMansoor kept trying to correct the record by saying that he is against illegal immigration.
Clearly, Steel is going to use that letter in the campaign against Mansoor, but one wonders how that will sit with the elite Republicans who support her but who are trying to be kinder and friendlier to illegal aliens these days.
Our guess is that Steel will have a couple of different stump speeches as well as carefully targeted mailing pieces. The first speech and one of her targeted mailing pieces will more than likely be aimed at staunch conservative Tea Party types and will emphasize her stand against illegal immigration, and the second will be to try to get votes of Asians and Latinos and won't mention her position on illegal immigration but will emphasize that she just loves all immigrants, don't you know. We expect her to paint herself as plain wrap all American to White conservatives, but that she'll emphasize the ethnic Asian angle to Asian and Latino groups. Naturally, these will all be well crafted and subtle but will be coded for the target audiences.
After Mansoor and Steel spoke, Scott Baugh took to the floor and talked about how Republicans need to start connecting with voters by not always talking at them, but talking to them and by looking at things from their perspective. Read, by being authentic and "just folks." This will be hard to do for some of the White GOP elites whose pandering is so transparent as to be laughable. In this regard, we are reminded of the over the top outrage that some of the White GOP elites engaged in after a White grandmother and local GOP official, sent out a joke about Obama and these elites then seemed to almost bust their arteries as they rushed to the media to tell everyone how outraged they were (outraged I say!!!) at the "racist" joke.
These days, some of the White GOP elites are busily scouting around for favored minorities to put in the front windows, and we half expect some of them to find some rappers and mariachis to provide music at their meetings.
Just for starters, here are a few of our stream of consciousness suggestions to the GOP suits: Stop already with the hypersensitivity to race/ethnicity. Be polite in this regard, but recognize that all humans are not exactly the same. Respect the differences, but don't pander. Stop trying to be un-White. Be who you were born to be and have some self-esteem and group respect. Call for the reindustrialization of the U.S. Either shut up about Obamacare or come up with realistic alternatives. Don't, in any way, shape, or form, try to bring in amnesty. Don't always appear in suits. Show that you get your hands dirty doing ordinary things. Talk about concrete things that affect people in the here and now and don't always talk in terms of political theories. You want an image that you should follow? Be a hail-fellow-well-met South Boston Irish Politician (even if you are not a South Boston Irish Politician). Don't get it? Be the friendly bartender at the local Irish pub. Stop acting as though you are bloodless and have an iron rod up your butts. Relax and be human. Laugh at yourselves and don't take yourselves so seriously. Have fun. Be genuine and authentic.
[This column originally appeared in CM PRESS # 500 on Feb. 14, 2014]
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