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.

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

Open Blog - Weekend

Cool abbreviation.

Friday, October 26, 2018

Former Paul Ryan Challenger Arrested In Radioactive Murder Plot

Bercher: Watching Racine city government

Thanks for your Letteney-Weidner Feud Perspective. I depend on the Journal Times to inform me what our Racine City government is up to. Your perspective clarified what is known but creates a deep suspicion that our government must be up to something underhanded if it is so worried about information becoming public as no litigation, labor issues or other protected information is at risk.

Read more:

Racine teachers protest transfer of Julian Thomas principal

Four for Fridays!

Good morning everyone I hope you week we well. It just seems like there is not enough time in a day to get things done anymore. Later today we go and pick up the Grandkids for the weekend and I just can't wait to go and do that. Here are your questions.

1) Do you get the flu shot every year?

2) If you do not why?

3) Do you get the flu very easily?

4) If you get the flu how long does it take you to get better?

Have a great weekend!

Open Blog - Friday


Thursday, October 25, 2018

Peter Gabriel - Big Time

A Better Mount Pleasant Sends:

Remember our Sturtevant property in which the village paid nearly 7 times fair market value from a guy who just happened to have been a former client of village attorney Alan Marcuvitz - and together they settled a $5 million eminent domain lawsuit down in Kenosha about a decade ago?
Weeks ago, when it first came up, Trustee Gary Feest asked for the official appraisal of the property prepared by the village and his request was denied. They refused to show it to him.
We filed an open records request for the appraisal on October 3rd - given that the property sale was complete and the appraisal is a public document.
Our request was also denied. Here is the reason attorney Chris Smith stated for the denial:
"Whether public inspection should be allowed or denied depends entirely on a balancing of the public's "right to know," as against the need to protect the public interest. In way of illustration, I cite the example of where a particular project may involve numerous acquisitions. Public inspection of the records pertaining to closed transactions may seriously hinder future negotiations on parcels yet to be acquired within the particular project."
In other words, if the appraisal doesn't actually support a negotiated settlement of 7 times fair market value, people who are being forced to settle for 1.4 times fair market value might have legal grounds to sue us.
Nothing to see here folks...nothing to see.

10 Things The News Got Completely Wrong

Open Blog - Thursday

Don't overdo it.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018



Dear City of Racine Alderpersons,

Concerning the 5 Administrative positions requested by Mayor Cory Mason in the Proposed 2019 Budget- at a cost of $500K Plus -


From the JT:

“The big priority for this position is to get at some structural inequalities in this community,” said Mason. “There’s nobody tasked with doing that now.”

Here are the biggest structural inequalities in this Community:

1. The lowball property assessment on the Cory and Rebecca Mason Lakefront property and their refusal to pay their fair share while LOOTING private Businesses and hardworking privately employed Taxpayers for their profit and gain.

For a discussion, see: 

2. The $20,000,000 + that taxpayers are forced to spend on Retiree/Employee Healthcare in one of the biggest giveaways of the 20th C - as City Employees received *FREE HEALTHCARE* for Life - all at taxpayer expense - and well before advanced, and costly treatments had become available. It is grossly UNFAIR to burden the young of Racine with these unconscionable costs. The gross injustice must end!

3. Bloated salaries and tax free benefit packages: In Racine City Hall, $100,000 + salaries are the order of the day - accompanied by a $25,000 + Fringe package, which at times exceeds $40,000.

4. Allowing City employees to live outside the taxing authority of City of Racine - taking money from Residents and absconding to tax havens. This predatory practice needs to be ended - or such employees need to be subject to a remote location tax surcharge to recoup lost monies.

How bad is it?

Just review the list of City of Racine delinquent Taxpayers and Businesses!

From WI DOR:

Pages, and pages, and pages of failed City of Racine Businesses and Individuals!

See some you might recognize?

How about:

Kenneth L. Brown - Eye Openerz - 411 Main Street - $51,038.06 in arrears.

TBG's of Racine - 1814 Taylor Ave - $23,649.95 in arrears.

Velasques & Sons Muffler - 915 Washington Ave - $249,915.54 in arrears

Roberts Roost - 600 6th St. - $22,093.25 in arrears.

Curmedgeon's Pub & Grill LLC - 1413 Silent Sundat C -  $5,638.70 in arrears

and finally -

Dolce Vita - 2122 N. Main Street - $117,784.34 in arrears.

The only answer is to REJECT Mayor Cory Mason's OUTRAGEOUS and BLOATED! Proposed 2019 Budget - eliminate the 5 unnecessary positions he has added to the budget - end the *FREE* healthcare for life benefit - and cut salaries/benefits by 25% across the board.


Tim & Cindy

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my bells and whistles!  How are you?  The weather has been beautiful this past week.  A little cool, but sunny.  Enjoy it while it lasts.  Soon, the s-word.  The leaves are turning and the days shorten.  Good sleeping weather.

The Green Bay Packers had a bye week.  That's good for the injury-prone Aaron Rodgers, the living, breathing multi-million dollar disaster.  The Packers arre paying the most for their quarterback and he can't even make it to the job half the time.  We're number one in quarterback reimbursement.  But we're not number one in the league.  How come?

Here are the standings from the Irregular Football League:

Oh my.  Look who has slipped into second place.  After I overcome the Half-Astrophysicists, I'll be queen of the league.

I see that a new developer is going to take on the former Walker Mfg. site.  They call it "Harborside."  Personally, I prefer Pointe Blooey.  They're talking about a mixed-use plan for the site, with apartments at "market rate."  I'll believe it when I see it.  Developers almost always cannot resist the lure of government money if they put in subsidized housing.  That is NOT what the neighborhood needs.  Keep it classy and lift the rest of the neighborhood.  I can't wait to see it.

On the national scene, the Honduran migrant caravan continues to grow and continues toward the U.S.  What can anyone do about it?  Shoot them?  What will it be like when they meet the wall?  What is Trump (rhymes with rump) gonna do?  Cutting funds to Latin American states just assures a bigger caravan.

Trump (rhymes with dump) keeps foaming at the mouth about his enemies, real or perceived.  He loves being the center of attention.  Government by Twitter.  Who'd a thunk it? What a strange time to be alive.  The planet is convulsing in its death throes and our Nero (rhymes with zero) fiddles around.
Ptooie!  All this Trump (rhymes with pump) talk has left a bad taste in my mouth. Impeachment is the only thing that would clean it up.

I love my readers and thank you for allowing mre to entertain you.

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Open Blog - Wednesday

Enjoy hump day.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

A Better Mount Pleasant Sends;

The covert actions of the village and village trustees denied residents their right to due process - to appeal and discuss legal actions taken against them with elected officials.

That this began the day after the new regime of trustees was sworn in tells you everything you need to know about how unethical and corrupt Mt. Pleasant has become.

Please share.

Open Blog - Tuesday

Rise and shine.

Monday, October 22, 2018

Don't Be Conned by Foxconn

Read more:

Journal Times editorial: Letteney-Weidner feud shrouded in secrecy

Secrecy in government, compounded by court-ordered secrecy, gives rise to speculation and rumor. That never serves the public interest.

The now long-running feud between City Attorney Scott Letteney and Racine Alderman Sandy Weidner illustrates that very well. In a circuitous dispute that began more than a year ago, the city attorney last August sought an ethics violation sanction against the alderman — and two other as yet unnamed aldermen — for allegedly sharing confidential or privileged communications from his office with constituents

Read more:

Open Blog - Monday

Ah Monday, we meet again.

Sunday, October 21, 2018

Foxconn Brazil

Dear Board of County Supervisors,
Dazed and Confused Politicians in SE Wisconsin simply don’t understand that Foxconn is in the business of making money, while keeping their labor costs low, so profits are maximized. Politicians never have to worry about labor costs or selling price points because they have the power of taxation – imposing the collection of taxes at the point of a gun, versus the private sector, which must sell consumers a manufactured product.  Which in Wisconsin Foxconn’s case is a LCD TV.
SE Wisconsin residents need to be particularly concerned as Foxconn has recently decided to discontinue it’s $12 Billion investment in Brazil!
See the article:
From the article:
"Foxconn is set to cease its manufacturing activities in Brazil, according to sources close to the Taiwanese company.
The company's staff have been working on shutting down the facility located in Jundiaí, a city in the metropolitan region of São Paulo, and assisting on the deactivation and sale of machinery, according to Brazilian business magazine IstoÉDinheiro.
Foxconn had a second facility in the same business park, which is already empty. The idea is to only keep a limited local set-up intended for parts replacement and maintenance, according to the article.
The news Foxconn is stopping its manufacturing activities in Brazil is a far cry from all the noise the firm caused a few years ago: back in 2011, the company had pledged to invest $12bn in the country and create 100,000 local jobs within six years.
However, the promises soon proved hard to keep: the company wanted the Brazilian government to come up with 30 percent of the cash, as well as a private investor – both failed to materialize.
As well as the economic instability that the Brazilian economy, it is also rumored that other factors influencing the decision include the productivity of the local workforce – which at its peak reached about 2,500 workers – which Foxconn considers to be low when compared to its main manufacturing operations."
I hope that the County Board has an emergency "Plan B" to deal with the financial ruin which will more assuredly strike Racine County if the Foxconn miracle doesn't work out as advertised by Politicians.
Please join Cindy and I is JUST SAYING NO to allowing Governor Scott Walker, Representatives Robin Vos,  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