John Kennedy blasts the neutral; cheapskate gets his; superb video on racial future; why half my readers are GERMANS

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Little Johnny strikes again….
Little Johnny was in the classroom bored to death on a Friday afternoon, and the teacher decided to have a game for the kids to get them thinking.

“Okay class. Now I’m going to say a famous quote, and the first person to tell me who said that quote can have Monday off,” said the teacher.

“Who is credited with writing the phrase, ‘To be or not to be, that is the  question?’ ” asked the teacher.

Little Pham Lam Nguyen at the front of the class called out, “Shakespeare”.

“Well done!” said the teacher, “You can have Monday off.”

“No thank you Miss. I am of Vietnamese origin and it is in our culture to study as hard as we can, so I will be here on Monday studying hard,” said Little Pham Lam Nguyen.

“Well okay,” said the teacher. The next quote is, ‘I had a dream!’ “

Little Fri Sum Kat also at the front  yelled out “I bereive it was Martin Ruther King!”

“Well done!” said the teacher. ‘You can have Monday off.”

“No thanka you miss I am of Chinese oligin and we also do not take time offa school. Education is evelything to us, so I will be in on Monday studying hard too,” said little Fri Sum Kat.

“Okay,” said the teacher. Then she heard a voice from the back of the classroom, “damn Immigrants!”

“Who said that?!” yelled the teacher in an angry tone.

“Donald Trump!” yelled little Johnny. “See ya Tuesday!” 

…. Why so many “Krauts”?



–Ummm, maybe because, unlike Americans, they went through the Hellstorm?

Margi and I did six voices for this documentary

–Maybe because they know what it is like to have no guns or free speech.



—and thus see their women raped on the street by muslims, and are arrested if they complain?




…..John Kennedy goes back to his old prep school — and blasts his teachers and fellow graduates

John Kennedy was a secret antisemite like his father Joe.



At Choate, a posh prep school in Connecticut (I went to one like this in Rhode Island, Moses Brown School), on September 27, 1946 the newly elected US Congressman blasted his own wealthy fellow grads and his teachers:

JFK on graduation day at Choate in 1934



I believe that in the future, if Choate is really to survive, the men who teach at Choate must instill in its students an active interest in our politics and in the national life around us.

I remember when I announced my candidacy [for Congress in the 11th District of Massachusetts in Boston and suburbs; the brilliant, bestselling writer, war hero, and handsome JFK won his first race in a landslide], I was slapped on the back by a great many lawyers, bankers, and stockbrokers who wished me well and said they were glad to see young fellows going into politics. But that was the last I ever saw of them.

They helped neither me nor my opponents.

The figures show it. In Brookline, a very well-to-do community,only twenty percent of the people voted in the primary; in New York in a recent congressional election, only ten percent.

They called themselves “independents,” and they voted only in a presidential election, which meant in fact that they were too lazy to vote in a primary.

And they are the people who have the greatest stake in our society. They are the ones who criticize the most and who have and will have, in the future, much to lose. [Communism had just taken over Eastern Europe and socialists had just taken over Britain, nationalizing everything and plunging the UK into permanent decline.]

But they take little or no interest in our political life, and many of them are graduates of schools like this…..

Rosemary Hall at Choate; both JFK and his brother Robert attended here.



We must recognize that if we do not take an interest in our political life, we can easily lose at home what so many young men so bloodily won abroad…. It is the greatest challenge of our times.

[end of quotation]

The movie “PT 109” came out in 1963, five months before the Jews had Kennedy murdered because, among other crimes, he was blocking the Israelis from getting the atomic bomb.

Before he becomes commander-in-chief, John F. Kennedy (played by Cliff Robertson) is a lieutenant, junior grade, in command of a PT-109 boat during World War II in the Pacific, fighting Japan.
Jack Kennedy, far right, was an outstanding officer, he was worshipped by his men, and he saved several lives at extreme danger to himself when a Japanese destroyer deliberately rammed and sank his Patrol-Torpedo boat, during an ordered radio silence, on a pitch-black night in the waters of the Pacific in 1943.
In Leslie H. Martinson’s excellent dramatization, with constant humor thrown in,  of the future president’s war efforts, Kennedy uses his family name to put himself in the action instead of shirking his duties. Assigned to battle in the Solomon Islands, he leads his crew on treacherous rescue missions. When their ship is cut down, Kennedy and his men must swim to an island for survival.
Release date: June 19, 1963 (USA)


Btw, Kennedy did have a baritone speaking voice, just as in this movie. Here is JFK speaking with his higher-pitched brother, Attorney General Robert Kennedy:


…..To someone, a supposed friend, whose attitude, to be honest, did hurt

Top-quality 21-minute documentary — and intro for the masses — on how integration, immigration and assimilation are gradually ending the white race, using many attractive female voices.