EGI Notes

Sunday, July 31, 2016

Strom Knows His Jews

Amusing but accurate observations.

Read here.Seth Rich, to a seasoned observer, looked quite Jewish (of the puffy-faced, tiny-eyed, freely-perspiring blond type)…

I had to laugh reading that, since Strom quite clearly identifies a Jewish sub-type one can observe anywhere there is a concentration of Jews. As someone with much life experience with many diverse ethnies – including Jews – I know very well the type Strom describes.
Like so many Semites, Rich was also relatively tasteless and had no sense of restraint — as evidenced by the clown-like “stars and stripes” suit in which he recently allowed himself to be photographed. He also was not especially intelligent, as evidenced by his vapid political blathering on the Internet, which included such gems as: “We have to be better and defend each other more true. A life is exponentially valuable. I have family and friends on both sides of the law.” 

That Semitic lack of restraint is a general, not a particular, psychological quality — that is, it applies to a lot more than just clothing.

Another accurate observation.


As “Director of Voter Outreach” for the DNC, Seth Rich was in the business of creating deadly weapons aimed at White people’s lives, and he was caught in a crossfire of his own making.

Quite right.


Today we received news that the illegitimate NARRG group’s lawsuit, designed to turn over our National Alliance to a court-appointed “receiver,” has just been dismissed with prejudice, meaning that it cannot be reinstituted. The NARRG grouplet, which has recently joined with Jewish organizations and operatives in its efforts to destroy the National Alliance, will probably not stop its attempts to cadge donations from the well-meaning dupes who send it money, but their lawsuit is now dead, dead, dead — unless they can convince the Virginia Supreme Court to hear an appeal; a very unlikely outcome, especially considering the earlier ruling of the court that the grouplet had no standing to sue in the first place.

Sigh. Wouldn’t it be better just to start fresh and new without all the baggage from the Pierce era?

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