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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Eugenics against Republicans: 8 dead in NC nursing home shooting

Thanks to the likes of Steve Sailer, public shootings have become so widespread they hardly seem to surprise anyone anymore. There was one shooting of a nursing home in North Carolina on March 29 that lead to the deaths of 8 elderly folks, ranging from age 75 to 98 (except for a 39 year old worker who also died).

Did the shooter hate Republicans, because the Republicans have a stronghold on dying elderly voters eligible to collect Social Security? Maybe, maybe not, but the shooter sure was one eccentric and depressed white male like Steve Sailer. And if it was a hate crime against Republicans, it goes to show you how troubled the Republicans truly are if this is their only stronghold of voters.


Hero cop who took down gunman: ‘Very scary’

The gunman had already killed eight people and wounded two others, and now a 25-year-old police officer with no backup was facing the deranged man (Robert Kenneth Stewart, 45) in the hall of a North Carolina nursing home.

The officer ordered the man, who was about 35 yards away, to put down the shotgun three times. Instead, the man continued reloading the weapon. When he raised it to fire, the officer dropped the gunman with a pistol shot to the chest.

“It was very scary,” Carthage Police Cpl. Justin Garner admitted Monday on TODAY, his first interview since the March 29 shooting rampage at the Pinelake Health and Rehabilitation Center. “When I went in, it was just doors, hallways, rooms everywhere. I was just going through — I didn’t know where he was at. It was very scary. Very scary.”



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Debt and depression are fatal to healthy families

In Middletown, Maryland, a seeming successful man working as a salesman for CSX Railroad earning a salary of nearly 100k was raising a beautiful family of three children. His name was Christopher Wood, 34, and he seemed so lovingly mature, stable, and successful, the kind Steve Sailer would initially boast about.

But he was too perfect of the Sailer type family, because while he was seemingly successful in the exterior, he was deeply hurting internally with crushing financial debts and depression.

And in the end, when the charade of Sailer-type pseudo-success ends, reality sets in and another family is wiped out leading to the suicidal elimination of the white race. In this case, Chris Wood murders his wife, Francie Billotti-Wood, and three children, aged 2 to 5, in a family murder suicide plot.

And you would think the tragedy would stop after they died, but with the depravity of the Sailer type male, the tragedy continues to worsen. After shooting his family to death, Chris Wood then got a knife or saw and lacerated their corpses, nearly decapitating and beheading them.

When Steve Sailer says the non-white races needs families like him and them to provide guidance, well, you better think again and again and again.....


Dad who killed family, self was $460K in debt, sheriff says
A man who shot his wife and three children to death before committing suicide in Middletown, Maryland, last weekend had about $460,000 in mortgage and credit card debt, the local sheriff said Tuesday.

Deputies who examined a computer taken from Christopher Wood's home found information that showed "severe financial difficulties," including money owed on a home in Florida that the family had been unable to sell, Frederick County Sheriff Charles Jenkins said at a news conference.

Wood was a salesman for CSX Railroad, where he earned about $97,000 a year, the sheriff said.

He left six suicide notes, according to authorities.

Jenkins said the medical examiner had determined that Christopher Wood, 34, shot himself with a shotgun Friday after shooting his wife, Francie Billotti-Wood, and their three young children -- Chandler, 5; Gavin, 4; and Fiona, 2 -- with a small-caliber pistol.

"Traumatic lacerations" found on the bodies were made after their deaths, with either a kitchen knife or a pruning saw, the sheriff said, quoting the medical examiner. Both items were found in the house.

"The injuries were very horrific," the sheriff said.

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Saturday, April 11, 2009

Rural red states suffer devastating losses to natural disaster

Another nail in the coffin, and another few feet deeper the coffin gets buried. Steve Sailer's bogus affordable family foundation plan that red rural states are the best places to raise families literally gets torn apart again by wind, pummeled into the ground, and burned to hell. Tornadoes, storms, and wildfires.








Tennessee twister kills 2, flattens homes
A tornado killed a woman and her 9-week-old infant and also injured dozens Friday in central Tennessee as a line of storms lifted homes, ripped off roofs and dumped hail in the Southeast.

At least 41 people were hurt in Rutherford County, Tenn., four of them critically, in the aftermath of a storm system that killed three in western Arkansas a day earlier.


Tennessee: Two fatalities confirmed; Storm damage in "the millions"
City officials are estimating the damage to Murfreesboro to be “in the millions.”

Goodwin said more than three dozen homes had been destroyed in the county. Many more had been destroyed within the city limits, Evans said.


Tornado touches down in Jackson County
The storm was part of a large system that struck the southeast Friday. Tornadoes were reported in Mississippi,Tennessee and Kentucky as well as other parts of Alabama. Storms were also threatening Georgia into the early evening hours.


1 death reported in connection to South Carolina storm
South Carolina Emergency Management Division spokesman Derrec Becker says a driver trying to avoid storm debris Friday in the eastern part of the state has been killed.


Storm Damage Severe In Parts of South Carolina
Twenty homes have been destroyed and 63 others have major damage following the storms the rolled through South Carolina late Friday night and early Saturday morning.

At least ten counties reported some type of damage and power outages. One traffic-related death as a result of the storms has been confirmed in Aiken County.


Tornado strikes in southwestern Kentucky
Meteorologist Robin Smith in Paducah says the twister destroyed two homes and knocked down trees and power lines near the community of Mannington, about 20 miles north of Hopkinsville.


Tornado roars through Arkansas town, kills 3
At least three people were killed and two dozen injured on Thursday night when a tornado smashed through Mena, Arkansas, officials said on Friday.

The number of homes damaged or destroyed had yet to be determined, Jackson said. But he said there was extensive damage to the Polk County courthouse and municipal buildings, and to the downtown business area. Shelters were set up in two Mena churches for the displaced.


20 Injured as Tornado Rakes Mississippi
A tornado swept through central Mississippi as residents slept early Thursday morning, injuring at least 20 people and damaging more than 60 buildings, including a church and a water treatment plant, state emergency management officials said.

“This tornado devastated this small community,” said Mr. Flynn of the Emergenmcy Management Agency. “There are houses that are just splinters. They’re just gone.”


Wildfires destroy 2 Texas towns, kill 2
Wildfires fueled by high winds roared across northern Texas, destroying two towns and killing two people, officials said on Friday.

Firefighters battled more than 20 major fires burning across 60,000 acres on Friday, a day after 100,000 acres burned and the small towns of Stoneburg and Sunset in Montague County northwest of Fort Worth were destroyed, according to a statement from Texas Governor Rick Perry.


Oklahoma wildfires destroy dozens of homes
The fires have injured at least 34 people and more than 100 homes have been destroyed.

Republicans face more troubles with Obama in 2010 census

Every decade the U.S. Census Bureau conducts an official census count of every district in America. This is very important because it allocates the seats in Congress and how federal funds are to be allocated to states and local communities.

For too many years, the Republicans have vigorously followed the failed Sailer Strategy and tried to undercount and undermine the non-white population who are adamantly against the Republicans.

As usual, the Republicans continue to face mounting losses. In another string of defeats against the Republicans, President Obama nominated Robert M. Groves, a former census official and now a sociology professor at the University of Michigan, to run the Census Bureau.

The Republicans are very afraid, because Robert Graves method of statistical sampling makes sure many undercounted groups of people, such as minorities, immigrants, and the poor, are accurately counted in the U.S. Census. These are all groups which the Republicans hate, and to return the favor, these groups are strongly anti-Republican and support Democrats.

Is there ever any good news for the Republicans or Steve Sailer? No.

Obama’s Census Choice Unsettles Republicans
WASHINGTON — Robert M. Groves, a former census official and now a sociology professor at the University of Michigan, was nominated Thursday by President Obama to run the Census Bureau, a choice that instantly made Republicans nervous.

Commerce Secretary Gary Locke described Mr. Grove as “a respected social scientist who will run the Census Bureau with integrity and independence.”

Even before the official White House announcement, rumors about the choice drew criticism on Thursday from Republicans already anxious about the 2010 census, a multibillion-dollar enterprise that will determine which states gains seats in Congress and which ones lose them, as well as the allocation of federal dollars to states and cities based on population.

Mr. Groves, 60, was not available for comment on Thursday. He faces confirmation by the Senate but, given the Democrats’ 58-to-41 advantage, would appear to have an excellent chance.

Republicans expressed alarm because of one of Mr. Groves’s specialties, statistical sampling — roughly speaking, the process of extrapolating from the numbers of people actually counted to arrive at estimates of those uncounted and, presumably, arriving at a realistic total.

If minorities, immigrants, the poor and the homeless are those most likely to be missed in an actual head count, and if political stereotypes hold true, then statistical sampling would presumably benefit the Democrats.

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