Wednesday, November 23, 2016



                                        Bodies of Jews Murdered in Holocaust by Nazis 

                                                         NEVER AGAIN!

Those are real human beings in the horrific picture above slaughtered by nazis during the Holocaust.

nazis killed 6 million Jews during the holocaust and an additional 6 million non Jews= 12 million innocent human beings according to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Today we have the same newly branded alt-right=nazis in the United States. They are planning to do some similar ethnic cleansing here.

Could a Holocaust happen in America. Sure why not?

They are nazis,Bigots,Racists-That's what they are called.

Now the media calls them the alt-right -a sugar coated word that legitimizes them. 

If you see it the media use the words alt-right call them, email them, write to them, Tell them this must stop!.

The media must refer to them as Nazis before their phony name becomes reinforced in the minds of the public.

One of the reasons they’ve achieved such widespread recognition is the “catchiness” of their name. If you can evoke the Ku Klux Klan and the Nazis and sound kind of edgy, it seems you can make it in a digital age where one’s values and basic human decency can be tossed out the window with a whim and an Avatar.

Think Progress is done with coddling these slimy creeps with cute nicknames.  One of their more visible spokesmen these days is Richard Spencer who just held a gala conference in Washington D.C. to celebrate Trump’s victory.  
Instead of high-fives, people gave each other Sieg Heils and Nazi salutes. Yes,that happened this weekend. He’s head of a White Supremacist organization called the National Policy Institute, whose murky goals amount to complete separation of the races.

The weekend before Thanksgiving, Spencer keynoted an NPI conference in Washington, D.C. Over the course of his speech, he approvingly quoted Nazi propaganda, said that the United States is meant to be a “white country,” and suggested that many political commentators are “soulless golem” controlled by Jewish media interests.
That, in a nutshell, is the face of the so-called alt-right. As Spencer himself has said, the core of alt-right ideology is the preservation of “white identity.”
As the ThinkProgress Editors note, there’s nothing distinguishing these people from the cowardly jackasses in the white hoods who burned crosses in helpless people’s yards and ran around in groups at night terrorizing people because of their skin color. 
This new group of haters just aspires to do it with the assistance of the Internet. Where they can’t physically harass someone they’ll threaten them on line. And why not? It’s cleaner, most of them don’t ever show their face, and it’s a source of constant reinforcement.  Much better than holding furtive meetings in the cold, dark woods.
[Y]ou might wonder what, if anything, distinguishes the alt-right from more hidebound racist movements such as the American Nazi Party and the Ku Klux Klan. The answer is very little, except for a bit of savvy branding and a fondness for ironic Twitter memes. Spencer and his ilk are essentially standard-issue white supremacists who discovered a clever way to make themselves appear more innocuous — even a little hip.
So as the Editors point out, Trump’s de facto Chief of Staff, Steve Bannon, can brag about providing a platform for the alt-right with nine tenths of Americans not realizing he’s talking about the KKK and the NeoNazi’s. Alt-Right, huh, what? Like Alt-Rock? It’s sanitized and user-friendly. The cable networks love it—they can have special guest spokesmen from the alt-right come on their shows without ever once acknowledging the uncomfortable fact that they’re enabling White supremacists. It’s all in the name of news, after all, isn’t it?
With that in mind, ThinkProgress will no longer treat “alt-right” as an accurate descriptor of either a movement or its members. We will only use the name when quoting others. When appending our own description to men like Spencer and groups like NPI, we will use terms we consider more accurate, such as “white nationalist” or “white supremacist.”
One would hope that the rest of the media follows their lead, but the rest of the media are often slow to move. 

So if you’re tired of giving people the benefit of the doubt after this election these are certainly the type of rotten people who don’t deserve any benefit and certainly aren’t worthy of any doubt. 

We’re not going to get much satisfaction during the next four years but the least we can do is stop allowing these assholes to play their little games.
The point here is not to call people names, but simply to describe them as they are. We won’t do racists’ public relations work for them. Nor should other news outlets.
We have a responsibility to use morally precise language when referring to this group (which in this case, is “neo-Nazis”), to contextualize their influence (little, but more than it should be), and to unequivocally call them out. 
“Alt-right” needs to go into the trash bin of history. 
Which is exactly where these hatemongers belong.


Wednesday, November 16, 2016


During these difficult times in America what have we learned from history?

The answer is NOTHING.

For me I have learned much  & will defend it forever:

                                                   NEVER AGAIN!

Picture (with Poem) of a Small Boy Captured
During the April-May 1943 Warsaw Revolt

 My God, How Could You Have Failed So Miserably? 

Little Polish Boy
I would like to be an artist
So I could make a Painting of you
Little Polish Boy

Standing with your Little hat on your head
The Star of David on your coat
Standing in the ghetto with your arms up as many Nazi machine guns pointing at you

I would make a monument of you and the world who said nothing
I would like to be a composer so I could write a concerto of you
Little Polish Boy

Standing with your Little hat on your head
The Star of David on your coat Standing in the ghetto with your arms up as many Nazi machine guns pointing at you

I would write a concerto of you and the world who said nothing

I am not an artist
But my mind had painted
a painting of you

Ten Million Miles High is the Painting
so the whole universe can see you Now
Little Polish Boy

Standing with your Little hat
on your head
The Star of David
on your coat
Standing in the ghetto with your arms up as many Nazi machine guns pointing at you

And the World who said nothing
I'll make this painting so bright
that it will blind the eyes
of the world who saw nothing

Ten billion miles high will be the monument
so the whole universe can remember of you
Little Polish Boy

Standing with your Little hat
on your head
The Star of David
on your coat

Standing in the ghetto
with your arms up
as many Nazi machine guns pointing at you

And the monument will tremble so the blind world
Now will know

What fear is in the darkness
The world
Who said nothing

I am not a composer
but I will write a composition
for five trillion trumpets
so it will blast the ear drums
of this world

The world's
Who heard nothing

It was you
Not me


Thursday, November 10, 2016



Voting is a fundamental right of adult U.S. citizens; it's protected by the 1st, 14th, 15th, 19th, 24th, and 26th constitutional amendments. 

It seems unfair that some State laws make it more difficult for certain Americans to exercise such an important democratic right.

Some people were barred from voting by law, and others were effectively blocked by the obstacles put up by new restrictions or by the memories of bad experiences the last time around

For others, child-care and work demands proved too difficult to juggle with going to a polling place. 

Some decided not to cast a ballot on principle

Others were simply too lazy and /or apathetic to vote.

Over 231 million Americans are eligible to vote, but, based on early results from the 2016 Presidential election, just over 130 million of them voted for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump
In some of the key battleground states that decided the election, less than a few thousand votes decided the result, proving how important every vote counts.

Over 100,000 people in Michigan voted in every race on their ballot except the Presidential race. They apparently could not summon the courage to vote for either presidential Candidate.

It is in the shame of those who didn't vote in this crucial election that disgusts me the most. In particular among people who have the most to lose in their lives by either candidates political platform.

To not have voted means that America gets what it deserves.

To not have voted means that accountability for what happens in the future is caused by the huge amount of people who did not vote.

To not have voted means you are full of shit to complain later about what happens or doesn't happen to our Nation.

To not have voted means don't blame the results on other people or other "things". 

To not have voted means YOU are to blame if the result was not what you wanted.
As of Thursday afternoon November 10, 2016, projections from the United States Elections Project 
show that there were 231,556,622 Americans eligible 
to vote, but 131,741,000 voted. That means that 43.2 percent didn’t vote, while 56.8 percent did. 
Here's the still being tabulated National popular vote 
count, from the AP as of 10:30 PM, Nov.10, 2016:

CandidateVote TotalPercentage
Hillary Clinton60,438,90347.7
Donald Trump60,049,44047.4

The number of eligible voters who turned out in 2016 was a slight increase in eligible voter turnout from 2012.

 FEC data from that election shows that 54.87 percent of the voting age population cast a vote for president, or 129,085,410 of the 235,248,000 eligible voters cast a vote. 

However, 2016 was still far from the high reached in 2008, when 58.23 percent of the voting-age population participated. In 2008, 131,313,820 total votes were cast.

In Minnesota, enough people cast ballots to put the state at the top of the pile, said Steve Simon, Minnesota's top election official.

With its higher-than-average education and incomes, Minnesota has traditionally led the country in voter turnout, although it did slip to sixth place nationally in the 2014 midterm election.

Below is a list of the highest to lowest State voter 
turnouts of eligible voters in the 2016 Presidential election.

Note: All turnout data is preliminary and may not reflect provisional ballots, absentee voters or final vote counts.
Trump was able to pull off the most stunning upset in American political history thanks to the states of Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan, but it also helped that Hillary Clinton lost millions of votes that Obama won in 2008 and 2012.
The result in Pennsylvania was particularly surprising, and Trump won about 80,000 more votes there than Barack Obama did in 2012. Trump also took the state of Wisconsin, even though nobody thought of it as being a potential swing state even a week ago. The Republican candidate won the state with 47.9 percent of the vote, though this falls short of Obama’s decisive victory in the state in 2012, when he earned 52.8 percent of the vote.
The number of voters might have been up nationally, but if everyone registered to vote really did cast a vote, the results might have been different. 

Ballots are still being counted, though, so it’s highly possible Clinton’s margin over Trump will wind up being even higher than that.

Of course Trump won the deciding Electoral College count 290 to 232 for Clinton.

Here are the number of popular votes cast in each state, via data from The New York Times.
STATEDonald TrumpHillary ClintonLead
Alabama1,303,576 (62.9%)717,138 (34.6%)586,438
Alaska129,786 (53.0%)92,013 (37.6%)37,773
Arizona947,175 (49.7%)864,053 (45.3%)83,122
Arkansas677,904 (60.4%)378,729 (33.8%)299,175
California2,965,704 (33.2%)5,481,885 (61.5%)2,516,181
Colorado1,075,770 (44.8%)1,126,384 (46.9%)50,614
Connecticut637,919 (41.7%)823,360 (53.9%)185,441
Delaware185,103 (41.9%)235,581 (53.4%)50,478
Florida4,605,515 (49.1%)4,485,745 (47.8%)119,770
Georgia2,068,623 (51.3%)1,837,300 (45.8%)231,323
Hawaii128,815 (30.0%)266,827 (62.2%)138,012
Idaho407,199 (59.2%)189,677 (27.6)217,522
Illinois2,117,479 (39.4%)2,976,534 (55.4%)859,055
Indiana1,554,959 (57.2%)1,029,127 (37.9%)525,832
Iowa798,923 (51.8%)650,790 (42.2%)148,133
Kansas655,035 (57.2%)413,482 (36.2%)241,553
Kentucky1,202,942 (62.5%)628,834 (32.7%)574,108
Louisiana1,178,004 (58.1%)779,535 (38.4%)398,469
Maine328,546 (45.1%)349,922 (47.9%)21,376
Maryland873,646 (35.3%)1,497,951 (60.5%)624,305
Massachusetts1,082,521 (33.5%)1,964,433 (60.8%)881,912
Michigan2,278,630 (47.6%)2,265,938 (47.3%)12,692
Minnesota1,321,003 (45.4%)1,363,742 (46.8%)42,739
Mississippi675,842 (58.3%)461,105 (39.8%)214,737
Missouri1,585,753 (57.1%)1,054,889 (38.0%)530,864
Montana260,767 (56.9%)161,341 (35.7%)99,426
Nebraska485,819 (60.3%)273,858 (34.0%)211,961
Nevada511,319 (45.3%)537,753 (47.9%)26,434
New Hampshire345,379 (47.3%)346,816 (47.5%)1,437
New Jersey1,502,524 (42.0%)1,964,586 (54.8%)462,062
New Mexico315,875 (40.0%)380,724 (48.3%)64,849
New York2,635,300 (37.5%)4,142,719 (58.8%)1,507,419
North Carolina2,162,074 (50.5%)2,339,603 (46.7%)177,529
North Dakota216,133 (64.1%)93,526 (27.8%)122,607
Ohio2,771,984 (52.1%)2,317,001 (43.5%)454,983
Oklahoma947,934 (65.3%)419,788 (28.9%)528,146
Oregon725,090 (40.9%)919,591 (51.9%)194,501
Pennsylvania2,912,941 (48.8%)2,844,705 (47.6%)68,236
Rhode Island165,810 (40.3%)225,445 (54.9%)59,635
South Carolina1,143,611 (54.9%)849,469 (40.8%)294,142
South Dakota227,701 (61.5%)117,442 (31.7%)110,259
Tennessee1,515,242 (61.1%)865,693 (34.9%)649,549
Texas4,677,115 (52.7%)3,852,923 (43.4%)824,192
Utah360,634 (46.8%)217,820 (27.8%)142,814
Vermont95,025 (32.6%)178,072 (61.1%)83,047
Virginia1,731,155 (45.0%)1,916,845 (49.9%)185,690
Washington750,719 (37.8%)1,118,772 (56.3%)368,053
West Virginia486,198 (26.5%)187,457 (68.7%)298,741
Wisconsin1,409,467 (47.9%)1,382,210 (46.9%)27,257
Wyoming174,248 (70.1%)55,949 (22.5%)118,299

Tuesday, November 1, 2016


                                           REST IN PEACE BETHANY THOMPSON              

Bethany with her parents, Wendy Feucht and Paul Thompson, at the Relay for Life. Nerve damage from cancer treatment affected Bethany’s smile.

 At 3 years old Bethany Thompson was diagnosed with a brain tumor and battled through radiation treatments. 

Though cancer free since 2008, surgical treatment caused nerve damage that changed Bethany's smile. 

That, and her curly hair, led to bullying, said Bethany's mother, Wendy Feucht.

This precious,11 year old brave child was bullied by cowardly students in her school because she had a different type of smile and had curly hair.
Not very significant things to bully someone about, making fun of her in the cruelest ways.
Bethany killed herself earlier this month because the bullies would not stop harassing her.
I can't even begin to wrap my hands around this senseless horrific tragedy. 
This defies any sense of humanity on the part of those who bullied her, and the usual disgustingly familiar defensive, meaningless statement from school officials who did nothing to protect this child. 
Bethany at 3 years old survives a brain tumor but her nerve is damaged by the surgery that saves her life, that nerve controls the way she smiles. 
Her hair is a beautiful curly style.
All of this is cosmetic, superficial, yet she becomes a magnet for the slime balls who decide that she is "different" and they endlessly bully her.
No-one, not the students, not the school officials who all knew she was being tortured by the bullies, none of them recognized her for the courage to have won her battle against a brain tumor, and her strength in fighting back against the bullies.
No-one supported her, except her family and a few friends.
The relentless bullying became too much to handle for this 11-year-old girl with a "crooked" smile, her mother said.
Feucht said after a particularly tough Wednesday with bullies, Bethany told her best friend she couldn't take it anymore, and was going to take her own life.
Outside Triad Middle School, Bethany Thompson hopped on the school bus Oct. 19, 2016 with a consuming darkness shared only with her friend.
“She told her she loved her and that she was her best friend forever, but that she was going to kill herself when she got home,” said Wendy Feucht, 34, Bethany’s mother.
The short trip to her home in Cable in rural Champaign County would be the 11-year-old’s last.
Shortly after stepping off the bus, instead of playing with her cats and dogs or visiting with her pet snakes, she went to the back porch and shot herself

Her friend's father called Bethany's mom, but it was too late. Bethany found one of the two guns kept in the house, and shot herself just minutes after getting home. Her stepfather was asleep in another room.

Feucht said Bethany would have had to go searching for a weapon, as she and her husband never told their children where they were and kept the guns out of sight.
"There's a piece missing, I've had this constant in my life for 12 years and now it's gone," Feucht said. "Nothing's going to be able to fill that hole."
"She was my princess, that's my baby girl. Life revolved around her for me," said Bethany's dad, Paul Thompson.
Her family and friends remember Bethany as generous and loving, and full of life. She loved swimming and animals and listening to music.

School investigated the problem

Triad Middle School was aware of the bullying problem, Feucht said. She had talked to the principal as recently as the Monday before Bethany's death. The principal told her he was investigating, Fuecht said.
"Something has to change, something is broken in the system and there are lots of different ways that this could have been handled," she said.
In hindsight, Fuecht said she didn't get mad enough; to parents she said, "Call them, call them every day if you have to and eventually they'll be tired of hearing from you and actually do something."
Triad School District Superintendent Chris Piper confirmed the school was aware of the bullying.
"Last school year, district officials investigated a complaint raised by the student and appropriately resolved the same. As many school districts across the country are currently doing, the Triad Local School District is undertaking efforts to bolster anti-harassment and bullying training for both students and staff," Piper said in a statement." 

Bethany suffered overwhelming emotional pain from the mouths of the bullies who made her so miserable that killing herself was the only way out of this cruel life that she could think of.

Try to imagine how much desperation and hurt this 11 year old child was feeling to take her own life.

Yet there is no accountability by Mr. Piper for the schools failure to protect this child, just worthless bullshit, not a human feeling, no remorse in his entire statement.
Bethany studied in the Triad school system her whole life, so while her family considered transferring Bethany, her mom thought it safer to stay in a school where everyone knew her story.
Bethany saw a counselor to help her find coping mechanisms and deal with her struggles with self-esteem, Fuecht said.
Having the support of friends wasn't enough to keep the bullying away, however, and some boys in her class were known to bully Bethany and others regularly, Feucht said.
Bethany and her friend went to administrators with anti-bullying posters on Bethany's last day at school, and were of course told they couldn't be used, Feucht said.

Hmmm.....Bullying was tolerated by school officials but empowering Bethany & her friend to peacefully fight back with carrying anti-bullying signs were not allowed, it just might raise awareness or worse, call attention that there is a serious problem in the community, at that school not being addressed.
A community of support
The community has rallied around Bethany's family.
Nearly 400 people flocked to the North Lewisburg United Methodist Church for a fundraiser to cover funeral costs. 
The family plans to use the remaining funds to set up a scholarship fund in Bethany's name and to raise anti-bullying awareness.
As the family tries to move on with a positive memory of Bethany, Feucht wants others to learn from their experience and identify with her daughter's struggles. "I am Bethany. Anyone who's been picked on, they've been Bethany."
They hope to be a part of movement, and that Bethany's memory will live on as a reminder of the importance of kindness and a zero tolerance for bullying.
"If this were the last life, that her death could stop it, she would be thrilled," Feucht said.
Sad to say Bethany Thompson will not be the last child to kill them self because of bullies.
Bullies are not born that way, they learn to disrespect others with vile cruelty.
Where do these bullies come from?
Where are the parents of these bullies in their lives & upbringing about what their children are doing?
Where are the parents of the other students who see this happening?
Where are the other students who are not bullies but remain silent & do nothing.
What a truly sick world we live in when so many of these innocent children take their own lives because of bullies who kill them with cruelty, it just keeps repeating itself over & over.
No one seems to care about our children and a human life of a victim is worthless to those who kill and those who are supposed to protect. 
As a society we are beyond help & have crossed into a jungle of animals preying on others.