July 14, 2017

White People Are Boycotting Heineken!

The Amsterdam, Netherlands-based Heineken Brewery is not only selling beer but a borderless world in the campaign, which provides the following meme right on the beer’s label.

“Here’s to an Open World: To a world without borders or barriers. To the belief that there’s more that unites us than divides us. To finding common ground. So raise a bottle with the person next to you. Because a stranger is just a friend you haven’t had a cold Heineken with yet. Open your world.”

Summertime in America is a big time for sales of beer to White Americans, but the “open borders” theme probably wasn’t the most effective way to lure new White customers just a week after Europe’s open borders policy led to the slaughter of 22 women and girls by a Libyan terrorist in Manchester, England.

Blogger Sierra Marlee at Right Wing News noted that advocating for open borders “right on the bottle of their sub-par beer,” could not have been more ill-timed following the Manchester bombing at an Ariana Grande concert.

Heineken is pushing the same globalist vision of former non-White President Obama, who scolded the Trump administration over the weekend saying “we cannot hide behind walls,” and of nigger-loving Hillary Clinton, who claimed “diversity is our strength” and “terrorism has nothing to do with Islam.”

July 2, 2017

Capitalism Allowing Ag-Business Farms To Pollute The Waters!

Industrial agriculture now accounts for over half of America's water pollution.

Every day U.S. agriculture guzzles 117 billion gallons of freshwater. It creates water pollution issues from coast to coast:

Chesapeake Bay - Large and small farms pollute the Chesapeake Bay. Runoff from chicken farms is the main polluter.

Sacramento River - Residue from pesticides applied to almonds and fruit orchards pollute the river.

Big Blue River- Nebraska gas 10 million acres planted in corn. Herbicides used to control weeds tin corn fields runoff into the river. 

Cache River - Pollutants from lead and eroded soils contribute to the pollution in this river in Arkansas. 

 A wave of research studies that began in the 1990s is focusing on the possible connection between the National Socialist movement and today's green movement. In 1935, two years after the National Socialists came to political power, the German government passed a law for the protection of the natural environment, a law whose scope was unprecedented at the time and whose goal was to protect and care for the homeland's natural environment. The law included regulations for the protection of flora and fauna, as well as for the conservation of unique natural phenomena of scientific importance and of aesthetic and cultural value. These natural phenomena included Germany's celebrated forests, which were considered a central component of the German national identity.

The law also established procedures for the definition of nature reserves and authorized the state to expropriate land for the sake of such reserves. Violators of this law were given stiff penalties. In addition, attempts were made to formulate laws for the prevention of air pollution. The new government green laws forbade the slaughtering of animals that had not been previously anesthetized and fixed limits on experiments on animals. Within the context of the government laws for the protection of the natural environment, organic agriculture, which encouraged the use of manual plowshares in small farms instead of heavy machinery, was advanced.

Where the American Nazi Party stands on pollution:

It is our goal that the Aryan republic be totally self-sufficient in energy, and that the types of energy it employs be non-polluting. Towards these ends, we demand a phasing out of all forms of energy which befoul the environment, such as coal, petroleum, and nuclear fission. To replace them, we demand an immediate and massive program to develop new, CLEAN energy sources.
We believe that Aryans deserve to live in a healthy environment, with clean air, clean water, and clean land. We also believe that the responsible energy needs of our people must be met. At the same time, we do not believe that the environment should be sacrificed for quick profit, cheap economic growth, or an extravagant, materialistic lifestyle. We believe in honoring, not despoiling Nature. We firmly believe that with the wonderful resources of the North American continent at its disposal, Aryan genius is fully capable of developing those sources of energy we need - from the sun, the earth, the wind, and the water - without disturbing the natural order.
We must make it an imperative duty of our government to protect the gifts which Nature has bestowed on America and to insure the maintenance of a clean, healthy, wholesome environment for our people. We must not only eliminate pollution and conserve our resources, but we must gradually bring about a whole new mode of living in America, a mode with less emphasis on forcing man into a mold determined by a congested, neon-and-asphalt urban rat race and more emphasis on changing that mold to fit the racial propensities of Aryan man.