Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my friends and enemies!  How are you?  How do you like this chilly weather?  We've had snow and temps in the teens - winter is here, early.  Let's hope that climate change keeps it a mild one.

How about those fires in California.  It's literally hell on earth.  They're blaming the drought on climate change.  It's made the landscape a tinder box, ready to burn on a moment's notice.

Hey der, how about dem Packers?  They finally won one.  They claim to be all tired and injured, but I think that's smoke for their upcoming game with the Seatle Seahawks.  (Psst, what is a seahawk?)  Seatle is struggling, too, so the game may be interesting.  I'm picking the Packers in this one.

Here's the standings from the Irregular Football League:

My Screaming Psychics have clinched a playoff spot.  I'm right behind The Mighty Bears.  Mr. OrbsCorbs' Orbliterators are in the toilet.  Ha-ha!

Have you been following the strange case of Sandy Weidner?  Judge Eugene Gasurgrghbrregiwk has sealed her open redords case.  He's sealed everything about it, even the court dates and times at first.  Numerous organizations have filed suit.  Meanwhile, the judge has found her guillty of contempt of court and fined her $130,000.  But he suspended imposition of the ruling until the appeal is heard first.  Huh?

How about that "blue wave" in the last election?  Tonu Evers won the governor's spot and already the opposition is talking about how they're not going to co-operate with him.  Our fine government at work.  The guy hasn't even been sworn in yet and already he faces stiff opposition.  Whatever we do, we cannot work together.  We must stay bitter and angry at each other.  Always.

Donald Trump is blaming the raging fires in California on poor forestry practices.  Again, huh?  The damn drought has made everything drier than dry.  There's always some idiot tossing a cigarette butt out of his window.  I can't imagine the loss.  Complete cities flattened by the fires.  So many people who have lost everything.  You can feel it in the force.  A satellite has snapped a picture of the smoke.   The best we can do is pray for those people.

Looks like the "holiday season" is already here.  Christmas trees are going up.  Lights are being strung.  Thankfully, I haven't heard any Christmas music yet.  The later, the better.  And, of course, we have Black Friday coming up.   Black Friday is an ode to consumerism.  The ultimate shopping day.  Be sure to wear your shoulder pads and helmet for this one.  Or maybe a Kevlar vest would be better.  Heck, wear both.

Thank you my friends for reading my blog this week.  I love you all.

Enjoy the sunshine.   Bundle up for the cold.  The word is wind.

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Open Blog - Wednesday

Have a great day.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Hey Hey, My My

From The Shepherd Express:

But as the people’s spokesperson, I feel obligated to fill this page with something or another, so I’m on my way over by the Uptowner tavern/charm school to see if any of the fellas would like to fill in for me. Tag along if you’d like, but I got to warn you that labor negotiations can be mighty tedious and technical with this crowd.
Ernie: Took a ride on that new Hop streetcar the other day. Thought it was pretty nice, but I wish they would’ve spent a little more dough and added a club car where a guy like me could go back, have a smoke and a nice cocktail while taking a gander at the sights passing by, over and over and over again.
Herbie: And it’s still got that new streetcar smell, although I’ll bet you a buck two-eighty it’s only a matter of time ’til it fades to the more familiar Milwaukee County Transit System bus fragrance I call “Ode a la Unregulated Nursing Home.”
Julius: I hear they’d like to expand the area the streetcar can go, ain’a?
Ray: But they don’ need to go into the focking suburbs, I don’t think. They already got their transportation for a select clientele. It’s called The Cop—a transit system for black guys out on the street at night that travels directly to the station.
Little Jimmy Iodine: So I was reading about all this research on brain concussions, and it made me wonder if they still had Jeffrey Dahmer’s brain in a jar somewheres ’cause they wanted to use it for science, remember?
Emil: Science?
Herbie: What do you mean, “science?” What the hell you think they’re going to use it for, a Caesar salad?
Ray: What’re they going to learn from Dahmer’s brain; how to bullshit cops?
Ernie: Good one, Ray.
Little Jimmy Iodine: Hey, Artie! Over here. Put a load on your keister.
Art: Hey gents, what do you hear, what do you know. Any you guys want to write my essay for me this week? I can’t pay you’s anything, but it’d be good exposure.
Emil: What the hell are these scientists going to find out all the time keeping these guys’ brains around for, ain’a? It’s not like these focking things can talk. The scientific rule is you got to have a body, otherwise the brain won’t work.
Herbie: And having a body is no guarantee that the brain will work, as you focking prove every goddamn time you open your mouth.
Emil: Fock you.
Little Jimmy: Scientists have to study exposed brains ’cause if the brain’s still in a guy’s head who’s alive, all you could come up with is that some guy could be acting like a focking nut but you wouldn’t technically know why his brain was telling him to act like a focking nut. See? Like it was only recently they discovered that ladies’ brains work differently than men’s do.
Ernie: Who the hell didn’t know that? Must’ve been the bachelor scientists come up with that brainstorm.
Julius: Fock exposure. Write your own damn essay Artie, you cheap knob.
Herbie: You’re telling me it’s some kind of brain chemical why the wife can’t focking parallel park the focking car to save her life, and not ’cause she wants to drive me focking nuts?
Emil: I’d say it’s focking dangerous to the public welfare to have these brains in jars laying around. What the hell, these scientists never heard of Franken-focking-stein? Yeah, a lot of people think it’s only a movie but I tell you, with the goddamn technology these days, who’s to say there’s not some nut scientist out there who’s only one brain short of creating his own personal guy? They are besmirching with disaster to us all, I swear.
Ernie: Emil, if anybody’s one brain short—it’s you, you focking nitwit. They don’t have to dick around with making up a being out of used parts like they had to in the olden days. Now they can do it with those genes in some kind of fancy pressurized tube, I shit you not.
Little Jimmy: They say they haven’t perfected the cloning yet, but I bet you a buck-two eighty they can do it. There’s a lot of stuff they never tell us. Like that time aliens from space landed in New Mexico.
Herbie: That’s a load of crap. How come these so-called aliens always crash-land in a desert or some focking hillbilly bayou? How come they never go down Fifth focking Avenue in the middle of rush hour?
Julius: A lot of Mexicans say that whole Southwest was stolen by the United States gringo, that it used to be Mexico and they want it back.
Art: Que de la fock. About the essay, guys?
Ray: Yeah, that’s just what focking Mexico needs, more cactus land with no water on it.
(It’s getting late and I know you got to go, but thanks for letting us bend your ear, ’cause I’m Art Kumbalek and I told you so.)


Is Trump Mentally Ill?

Here Is How Walmart Plans To Seize Further Control Of Your Community

At the most recent International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) conference in Atlanta, Walmart announced new plans to repurpose twelve of its locations into Town Centers -- an outdoor gathering area with seating, community activities, entertainment, dining facilities, jogging paths, fountains, green spaces, playgrounds, and even space for live music.
The idea behind Walmart's seismic shift is that it wants to recreate the downtown of small communities that it was instrumental in destroying.

Walmart Town CenterImage courtesy of Walmart & MMA

Open Blog - Tuesday

Enjoy your day.

Monday, November 12, 2018

Collector's Item

The above is parked in our garage.  That's right, a Yugo with collector plates.  Today at Home Depot I parked next to quite the opposite: a Dodge Hellcat.  Are they all 1,000 plus horsepower?  How much horsepower did the Yugo have?  They have no horses in Yugoslavia so they measure power in oxpower.  The Yugo had 1/2 oxpower.

"Two huffing-related deaths in Racine County since 2014"

Yesterday's Journal Times contained this line: "RACINE COUNTY — The Sheriff’s Office is beginning to see a disturbing trend, an increase in methamphetamines."

Two deaths in four years is hardly an epidemic.  Is the sheriff setting himself up for a pot-legal culture?  Gotta make money one way or another.

A Better Mount Pleasant sends

Under Village President Dave DeGroot budget expenses have exploded over the last two years:
Fire Department increased 11.1%
Police Department increased 14.7%
Contracts & Professional Services increased 18.6%
Salaries & Wages increased 13.1
Assessors Department increased 45.7%

Since becoming Village President there have been no performance reviews for salary increases, no annual reports of police crime and call statistics, no annual report of fire service calls or community response times.
No facts, data or community comparisons are required or used to determine village spending.
These increases don't even reflect expenses and wages hidden in TIF districts which residents pay interest on.
We can't afford this kind of reckless behavior. #BootDeGroot*NK-R

Open Blog - Monday

Veterans Day observed today.  No mail and your bank may be closed.

Friday, November 9, 2018

"Wisconsin’s Deal With Foxconn Was as Bad as They Come"

When the public relations talking points fade, the facts begin to emerge.

Wisconsin’s Deal With Foxconn Was as Bad as They Come

The state offered billions to win a big factory. It will create some jobs, but at a staggering cost for taxpayers.
"If that all sounds like a bad deal, it’s because it is. Tim Bartik, an economist who studies industrial policy, calculates that Wisconsin is paying about 10 times the typical amount per job created. And that’s a best-case scenario. The Taiwanese company isn’t contractually obligated to deliver those 13,000 jobs -- it could decide to ship them to China instead, or even to close the Wisconsin factory in 10 years. In fact, Foxconn has already changed the type of factory it intends to build, switching to a cheaper, less advanced manufacturing process."

Four for Fridays!

Good morning everyone I hope you enjoyed your week. If you don't have to go out please stay inside the roads are not good. I just came home from taking Drew to work. If you have to go out take your time and please be safe. Here are your questions.

1) In the winter do you stay home more then in the summer?

2) In the winter do you find yourself hibernating more?

3) What do you do if you stay inside more in the winter?

4) What season do you like the most?

Try to enjoy your weekend!

Open Blog - Friday

I don't know if I like those lips or not.

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Dear Madame Zoltar

Madame Zoltar didn't get a flu shot and now she's suffering the consequences.  She's hoping to tear herself away from the toilet bowl long enough next week to write a blog.  Get better Madame Zoltar!

Open Blog - Wednesday

Have a wonderful Wednesday.

Monday, November 5, 2018

Media organizations file motion in Weidner sealed records case

From The Journal

Sandy Weidner
RACINE — Five media organizations are trying to intervene in the ongoing public records lawsuit between 6th District Alderman Sandy Weidner, the City of Racine and City Attorney Scott Letteney.

Last week, media organizations filed a motion to intervene in the lawsuit, requesting that legal documents related to the case be unsealed.

The case was sealed in February by Racine County Circuit Court Judge Eugene Gasiorkiewicz, but began receiving media attention in September after Weidner spoke with the Associated Press and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about the issue.

“The big thing for everyone to understand: This is not a feud between myself and the city attorney,” Weidner told The Journal Times.

She said the issue arose as a result of “different understandings” of what is considered confidential by Letteney as compared to prior city attorneys. Letteney was appointed in summer 2015 after having served as a deputy city attorney for almost 10 years.

The motion

 “This is one of the more extraordinary cases of excessive secrecy,” Bill Lueders, the president of the Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council, told The Journal Times. “We hope the appellate court will act quickly to reverse this case … (and) the poor decisions on part of a Racine judge.”

The five organizations filing the lawsuit are the Wisconsin Newspaper Association, Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council, Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, the USA Today Network-Wisconsin, and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (which is distributed through USA Today Network-Wisconsin).

“The reasoning behind the Seal Orders and Open Records Decision remains unknown to the public. Indeed, all pleadings are under seal, and even the docket is unavailable for viewing by order of Judge Gasiorkiewicz,” the motion reads.

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Open Blog - Monday

My face will crack.

Sunday, November 4, 2018

Daylight Saving Time Ended

Make sure you set your clocks back one hour or you'll be early for everything.

Saturday, November 3, 2018

Voters to weigh in on marijuana; Multiple referendum questions on ballot

From The Journal

From the Fall Election 2018: Election news, candidate profiles and more series

RACINE — While candidates for governor and Congress have received a lot of attention leading up to Tuesday election, also on the ballot will be questions regarding marijuana.

In the City of Racine and Racine County there are advisory referendums asking voters on how they feel about medical and recreational marijuana, along with how it should be enforced and taxed.

On Friday, Racine County Board supervisors Nick Demske and Melissa Kaprelian, along with Joel Jacobsen, the Democratic candidate for Assembly District 63, held a press conference at the Dr. John Bryant Community Center, 601 21st St., urging voters to make their voices heard on the subject.

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Bice: Four pedophile ex-priests had their professional licenses granted under Gov. Scott Walker's administration

From JSOnline:

Daylight Saving Time Ends

Don't forget to set your clocks back one hour before you go to sleep tonight.

Open Blog - Weekend

For me it's mostly horny with no chance of a drunk.

Friday, November 2, 2018

Four for Fridays!

Good morning everyone I hope you had fun watching the trick or treaters in your neighborhood. We had a lot of fun with the Grandkids over the weekend. It was so nice to have them here the weekend of my birthday. Here are your questions.

1) Have you gone in the stores and already last week the had the Christmas trees up?

2) Do you think the stores should have them up this early?

3) When do you think the stores should have any Christmas stuff out?

4) So you do any Christmas shopping this early?

Have a great weekend!

Open Blog - Friday

White dogs can't dance.

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello my children!  How are you?  The weather has been decent, if a bit cool.  It will just get colder as winter approaches.  Right now, though, there are still some trees holding onto their fall color.  Some are stunning.  Others are drab.  There are also Halloween decorations out there.

By the way, happy Halloween.  I'm giving away Milky Way bars in the junior size.  You have to be a child, though.  I'm not feeding some juvenile delinquents.  Junior is dressing up as a zombie to answer the door.  What fun.

The Green Bay Packers.  Ty Montgomery.  Need I say more?  What the (expletive deleted) is he doing making a "judgment call" (his words)?  He was told to take a knee if the ball made it into the end zone.  Then Aaron Rodgers could stage one of those last-minute comebacks he's become known for.  But no.  Next year Ty is a free agent.  Goodbye, Ty.

Here are the standings from the Irregular Football league:

My team is still in second place.  How does Mr.hale-bopp collect so many points?  Unfortunately, The Mighty Bears have dropped another position, behind Racine Irregulars.  Oh my.  Mr. OrbsCorbs' team is lost down where the swamp gas collects.

Speaking of swamp gas,  have you heard any of the bile that Mr. Trump is spewing?  He lies like a rug.  Sooner or later, his lies are going to get him into deep trouble.  Let's just hope he doesn't take us with him.  I'd love to start a Dump Trump campaign, but I'm too busy.  I find it really ridiculous that Trump is president.  Hilary had three million more votes than him, but the electoral college was probably bribed to elect Trump.  What do we even vote for if the electoral college is going to ignore us? Not that Hilary is any great shakes.  I hope we get a strong candidate in the next preswidential election.

Or maybe the Rusians will make our choice for us.  How the heck can they hack voting machines from way over there?  How do they access them?  Are they online?  Can we mess with their elections?  If so, please do so.

Thank you everybody for reading my blog today.  I love my fans. They give me the courage to continue.

Get out and enjoy the weather and the view.  Soon enough it will be covered in s-word.  Then the s-word gets dirty and looks terrible.  I hate winter.
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Open Blog - Halloween


Tuesday, October 30, 2018


A chickenhawk or chicken hawk is slang used in American and British gay culture to denote older males who prefer younger males for partners, who may less often be called "chickens",[1] i.e., the prey of the chickenhawk.[2] Other variations include chicken queen[3] and chicken plucker.[2]
It is sometimes used as a disparaging vulgarity within the LGBT community, or seen as a slur against people in that community. The label can be applied to a man who seeks partners with the look of someone young, regardless of their target's age.[4][5]
"Chickenhawk" also indicates a man who uses underage boys for his sexual pleasure. The usage was publicized by members of the controversial group NAMBLA in the 1994 documentary film Chicken Hawk: Men Who Love Boys,[6][7] although Time magazine reported it in this sense in 1975.[3]

Bendeed Knee

From The Shepherd Express:

Oct. 30, 2018
5:00 p.m.
I’m Art Kumbalek and man oh manischewitz what a world, ain’a? So listen, three words to remember during the coming week: VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! And if it helps, I suggest you grab a Sharpie and write “VOTE” on your forehead, so that a simple glance at the bathroom mirror will jog your memory. Whatever it takes, what the fock.
Next, a “thank you” to constant reader Ingrid/Mae for the very nice note. And speaking of notes, me and the fellas are humming a blue one these days. So, no essay this week ’cause I’m off to the Uptowner tavern/charm school for some needed camaraderie. Come along if you like and, believe it or not, this time I’ll buy the first round. Let’s get going.
Little Jimmy Iodine: Hey, Artie! Over here.
Herbie: Gentlemen. Now that we’re all here, it’s time to raise your glass. To Martha.
Julius: To Martha.
Ernie: To Martha.
Ray: To Martha.
Emil: To Martha.
Little Jimmy: To Martha.
Art: And for Martha, for all, I will read a poem by the esteemed Mr. Yeats, “The Stolen Child.” And full disclosure, I’ve taken the liberty to change the gender here and there in the poem, so sue me, what the fock:
Where dips the rocky highland
Of Sleuth Wood in the lake,
There lies a leafy island
Where flapping herons wake
The drowsy water rats;
There we’ve hid our faery vats,
Full of berrys
And of reddest stolen cherries.
Come away, O human child!
To the waters and the wild
With a faery, hand in hand,
For the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand.
Where the wave of moonlight glosses
The dim gray sands with light,
Far off by furthest Rosses
We foot it all the night,
Weaving olden dances
Mingling hands and mingling glances
Till the moon has taken flight;
To and fro we leap
And chase the frothy bubbles,
While the world is full of troubles
And anxious in its sleep.
Come away, O human child!
To the waters and the wild
With a faery, hand in hand,
For the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand.
Where the wandering water gushes
From the hills above Glen-Car,
In pools among the rushes
That scarce could bathe a star,
We seek for slumbering trout
And whispering in their ears
Give them unquiet dreams;
Leaning softly out
From ferns that drop their tears
Over the young streams.
Come away, O human child!
To the waters and the wild
With a faery, hand in hand,
For the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand.
Away with us she’s going,
The solemn-eyed:
She’ll hear no more the lowing
Of the calves on the warm hillside
Or the kettle on the hob
Sing peace into her breast,
Or see the brown mice bob
Round and round the oatmeal chest.
For she comes, the human child,
To the waters and the wild
With a faery, hand in hand,
For the world’s more full of weeping than she can understand.
To Martha.
(Hey, this is going late but good and I know you got to go, but thanks for letting us bend your ear, ’cause I’m Art Kumbalek and I told you so.)

Beatles in the studio COMPLETE and very RARE

Happy Birthday Tender Heart Bear!

Thank you for everything that you do.  Enjoy your day.

Open Blog - Tuesday

Wouldn't we all.

Monday, October 29, 2018

How to Fall Asleep in 2 Minutes According to the US Navy

Dolphins forced to simplify calls due to human noise pollution in the oceans

As a result of noisy ship engines and the racket of ocean mining, bottlenose dolphins have slowly reducing the complexity and changing the frequency of their calls. According to new research from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science and published in the journal Biology Letters, "the noise-induced simplification of dolphin whistles may reduce the information content in these acoustic signals and decrease effective communication, parent–offspring proximity or group cohesion." From YaleEnvironment360:
“It’s kind of like trying to answer a question in a noisy bar and after repeated attempts to be heard, you just give the shortest answer possible,” Bailey said. “Dolphins simplified their calls to counter the masking effects of vessel noise.”
Dolphins are highly social animals and use their calls to stay together as a group, talk as they feed, and call out their names when they meet new members of their species. Each animal has a distinctive whistle, which typically uses complex sound patterns with variations in pitch and frequency.

OrbsCorbs at the Helm

Marijuana Smell Lawsuit That Could Endanger Colorado Pot Biz Goes to Trial

| October 29, 2018 | 6:30am
A lawsuit filed by two Colorado landowners who claim that a nearby marijuana grow has reduced their property values in part because the smell makes horseback riding less pleasant goes to trial in Denver federal court today. And the repercussions of the suit's strategy, based on federal racketeering laws, could have far-reaching effects on the cannabis industry in Colorado and beyond.
The case was filed in February 2015 by Safe Streets Alliance, a national anti-pot group, on behalf of two members, Phillis Windy Hope Reilly and Michael P. Reilly. Early on, the effort didn't seem particularly professional: Note that the organization misspelled marijuana as "marajuana" in its initial press release on the subject. But SSA's success in court over the past three years-plus has overcome this gaffe.
I love the smell of raw reefer.  If I could, I'd make a cologne out of it. 

Milwaukee County judge under fire for detaining defense lawyer, who wound up shackled

From JSOnline:

Milwaukee County Circuit Judge David Borowsk
i(Photo: Rick Wood / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Backlash could continue Monday over a Milwaukee County judge's decision to briefly jail an assistant public defender Friday over a perceived lack of respect and decorum.

News of the incident spread quickly among the criminal defense bar via social media on the weekend and prompted a strong response from the State Public Defender's office spokesman, Randy Kraft.

"The fact that our attorney was taken into custody, handcuffed, and belly-chained for doing his job is unacceptable," Kraft said in an emailed statement.

"The impact on our attorney and his client is of utmost concern to this agency.  The message this action sends to our attorneys, whose jobs are to be zealous advocates for the rights of their clients, undercuts a basic tenet of our justice system."

Reached over the weekend, Circuit Judge David Borowski declined to discuss the still-pending case but suggested a transcript of the exchange that led to the lawyer's detention would be available Monday.

Halloween Pictures!

I really haven't been out taking Halloween pictures this year. I have some to share with you that we have taken. Also this past weekend we had the Grandkids I will share there pictures too.

Gene Burnett - Jump You F*#kers (A Song For Wall Street)

Open Blog - Monday

Have a good one.

Sunday, October 28, 2018

Collapse of Complex Societies

 The collapse of complex societies of the past can inform the present on the risks of collapse. Dr. Joseph Tainter, author of the book The Collapse of Complex societies, and featured in Leonardo Dicaprio's film The Eleventh Hour, details the factors that led to the collapse of past civilizations including the Roman Empire. 2010 International Conference on Sustainability: Energy, Economy, and Environment organized by Local Future nonprofit and directed by Aaron Wissner

Or not... It is just one possibility into the future.

The Foxconn Grand Illusion

Dear Board of County Supervisors,

This quote from the JT says it all....

“There are more questions than answers right now,” said Haas. “Right now, if they don’t even know what they want to make … they don’t really know what to tell me.

The only thing Governor Scott Walker and the Republican Party of WI desires is for the citizens of SE Wisconsin to continue voting for the Republican Criminals who have turned a blind eye to the plight of the Common Citizen and have offered them the false hope of future employment at a fraction of the wages and benefits which the Politicos who rule SE WI reward themselves with!
“There are more questions than answers right now,” said Haas. “Right now, if they don’t even know what they want to make … they don’t really know what to tell me.”
See the post:
Please join Cindy and I is JUST SAYING NO to allowing Wisconsin’s very own Gang of Four, Governor Scott Walker, Racine County Executive Jonathan Delagrave,  City of Racine Mayor Cory Mason & MTP President David DeGroot to violate the Wisconsin Constitution (and their Oath of Office) by granting special rights to Corporate interests, stealing people’s property, destroying multi-generational Farms alongside an entire long established Community, loosening environmental protections, permitting heavy metals water pollution, instituting slave labor wages, providing taxpayer subsidies to multi-billionaire Corporations, and politician overreach.
Tim & Cindy

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Great Deal on the Journal Times

Get the Journal Times delivered 7 days a week, plus get free online access, for $9 a month.  If you're interested, see Marion at Malicki Brothers Piggly-Wiggly, 5201 Washington Avenue, today or tomorrow.  He'll be sitting near the west entrance offering free JTs.  It's a hell of a deal and even I went for it. 

Welcome to The Pink Swastika 5th (Internet) Edition

It has been several years since we published the fourth edition of this book.  In that time we have accumulated a substantial amount of new documentation supporting our thesis that the Nazi Party was conceived, organized and controlled throughout its short history by masculine-oriented male homosexuals who hid their sexual proclivities from the public, in part by publicly persecuting one group of their political enemies: out-of-the-closet effeminate-oriented homosexuals aligned with the German Communist Party. 
During that same time, our detractors, mostly "gay" political activists, have increased their attacks on the book, primarily by ridiculing its premise, but occasionally by challenging certain facts or sources.  They are rightly concerned that this book threatens their long-standing public-relations strategy of posing as victims to win public support for their political agenda. 
When the first edition of The Pink Swastika was published in 1995, the homosexual community was heavily invested in a campaign to equate homosexuals with Jews as Nazi victims in order to exploit the Holocaust for their political advantage.  The primary symbol of their movement at that time was the inverted pink triangle, which had been used by the Nazis to identify homosexuals interned in German work camps during the Third Reich, and it was common to hear "gay" activists talk about "the Gay Holocaust."
The Pink Swastika was written to challenge that campaign.  Because, while there certainly were some homosexual victims of the Nazi regime, and a record of harsh public condemnation of homosexuality by the Nazi Party, the true, complete story of homosexuality in Nazi and pre-Nazi Germany does not in the least help the "gay" cause. 
If The Pink Swastika were the "pack of lies" the homosexual movement claims it is, the book would not have influenced their "Gay Holocaust" strategy in the smallest degree.  It would have been easy to discredit and disregard.  Instead, how did the "gay" leaders respond to its challenge?  They stopped talking about the Nazis almost entirely and changed their symbol from the pink triangle to the rainbow flag. 
We prevailed in our campaign.  And our research was implicitly vindicated.  However, the attacks continued and now various, ostensibly non-homosexual surrogates have taken up the "gay" effort to discredit the book.  
This edition of The Pink Swastika is designed to once-and-for-all silence the critics by emphasizing the strength of our documentation.  The Internet is particularly helpful in this task because we can provide direct links to supporting documents and websites, pictures, graphics, video clips and other resources right alongside the text in an interactive format.
We hope you find The Pink Swastika: Homosexuality in the Nazi Party 5th (Internet) Edition useful and informative.

Electric Six - Gay Bar (UNCENSORED High Quality)

REO Speedwagon - 157 Riverside Avenue - Rock am Ring - 1985

Open Blog - Weekend

Cool abbreviation.