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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Marcus Epstein facing felony and hate crime charges

Another one is going to bite the dust very soon. One of Steve Sailer's closest allies in the white supremacist hate movement, Marcus Epstein, is facing sentencing on July 8 for felony and hate crime charges. On the evening of July 7, 2007, Marcus Epstein verbally and physically assaulted a black woman in Washington D.C., calling her racist remarks and struck her in the head.

Marcus Epstein is a diligent contributor for Sailer-type hate groups like VDare and American Renaissance. He is executive director of Pat Buchanan's group, The American Cause, and has countless ties to many right-wing hate groups in the Washington D.C. area as mentioned. Marcus works closely with Steve Sailer, Peter Brimelow, Pat Buchanan, Jared Taylor, and most similar racists.

Now is payback time, Marcus, and time to send a strong message to everyone else when you follow the suicidal, dead-end path of racism and hatred like Steve Sailer and fiends. In his own website, he quoted "I will more or less suspend my political activities", implying he would leave the hate industry for his own safety and future, and start taking classes at the University of Virginia School of Law in August 2009.

Marcus, Marcus, you are such a fool. You will never walk away on a clean slate. You will have an arrest and soon felony record for the rest of your life, and no one will hire you. Even if you left before the arrest, your digital footprints are permanently engraved on the internet, which will haunt you everywhere you go for the rest of your life. No one will hire you.

One more is going down very soon. For the rest of Sailer's supporters, the question is, who will be next? Don't assume it can't be you.


Sunday, May 10, 2009

Meteorology lesson: Derecho

The storms continue, and will continue, to batter the red rural Republican areas which Steve Sailer mistakenly claims they are the best and safest areas to raise families.

Another storm formation with furious winds is demolishing these areas. It is not a tornado, but a derecho. Wiki has an extensive definition of a derecho, but here is a summary of a derecho, compared to a tornado.

Unlike a tornado which high spinning winds in a narrow area for a short time, a derecho covers a wide area of strong windstorms lasting a long time. Winds in a derecho can blow from 57 to 130 mph, not as strong as a tornado. However, the devastating effects of a derecho is that they cover a wide area (up to 250 miles wide and 800 miles long) and last much longer than a tornado.

Here's a video of a derecho, which includes recent footage of derechos devastating Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Gerogia.

And the actual results of a derecho? Let's look at Rusk, TX.

Derecho, not tornado, hits south of Rusk
Heavy rains and hurricane-force winds caused havoc on Sunday morning, uprooting trees and causing power outages across Cherokee County.

"We heard reports that there was a funnel cloud in the area," said DPS Trooper Steven Crosby. "The whole weather system seemed to maintain just a thin path about six to eight miles between Rusk and Alto."

Though there were no confirmed tornados, the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Shreveport, La. said that a derecho (pronounced deh-REY-cho), or large thunderstorm complex, caused winds in excess of 70 miles per hour, causing damage to trees and powerlines.

Derechos are most common in the warm season and are caused by storms called bow echoes. A bow echo is a band of showers or thunderstorms that are curved in shape. For a storm system to be considered a derecho, winds must be greater than 57 miles per hour.

At one point early Sunday morning, the bow echo stretched from Franklin County in upper Northeast Texas to Trinity, Polk, Tyler and Jasper counties, a distance of approximately 216 miles.

Some locations in the Shreveport region, which includes East Texas, southwestern Arkansas and most of northern Louisiana received up to six inches of rain.

The storm system caused four tornadoes in four counties: Bowie, Cass and Camp counties in Texas and Miller County in Arkansas. Only three injuries and no fatalities were reported.


Another derecho hits Alabama.

Alabama Storm Damage Caused By “Derecho”
The National Weather Service says a not very common weather phenomenon, called a “derecho” (duh-RAY’-choh), moved across central Alabama, causing damage and knocking out power in several counties from Mississippi to Georgia. Alabama Power said Monday 48,000 customers were without power at its peak, but all have had power restored. More storms Monday knocked out power to another 2,500.

Weather officials said a derecho is a widespread and long-lived straight line wind storm associated with a fast-moving squall line, producing winds over 58 mph. Its gust front moved across the state Sunday afternoon. The storm knocked thousands of trees down south of Interstate 20.

Mark Linhares, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Birmingham, said derechos are more prevalent in the north, but Alabama may get one once a year.

Saturday, May 09, 2009

Decades in prison for child pornography, again and again

Once again, blogging gets light at times. No, Steve Sailer isn't gaining the upper hand, and there is no shortage of Sailer-type losers, criminals, pedophiles, frauds, and murders to cover. It's just that I don't have anywhere near the free time like Sailer to let my life rot away in front of the internet.

So, what's in the news today?

Back in February 2008, the spokesman for the Department of Children and Families, Al Zimmerman (40), was arrested in Florida for child pornography charges. He was also involved with the Republican party and was awaiting sentencing which could be as much as 120 years in prison.

Al Zimmerman was convicted and given a prison sentence of 24 years. Not anywhere near the maximum but 24 years is still plenty. Even if he gets out of prison after 24 years, where is he going to go? Not only will he have a felony record, but he will be marked in the sex offender registry for the rest of his life, meaning he can't find a job or a place to live, not even a homeless shelter.

In Wayne County, NY, Anthony C. Howe Sr. (45) of Newark was indicted with three counts of knowingly receiving child pornography and one count of possessing child pornography. He is facing 10 to 15 years in prison for each case of child porn, but is set to a maximum of 20 or 40 years in New York, depending on the type of child porn case.

Kind of like Arizona, except Arizona doesn't have a maximum limit so a high school is now facing a 200 year prison sentence for child pornography.

Nevertheless, Anthony Howe is screwed beyond belief. Even if he gets out of prison, he will suffer the same fate as a registered sex offender and is better off going back to prison or following the suicide path.

You better think again and again before you follow the suicidal paths of these deranged right-wingers like Steve Sailer.