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George Bush Watch Stolen in Overpopulated Albania

June 12, 2007

Albanians steal George Bush’s watch in a crowd. See photo sequence:

Even the London Times reports on it. (See 3 photo sequence below:)

But perhaps the leader of the Western world should have exercised a little more caution and followed the standard advice to travellers in the Balkans to keep an eye on their belongings.

How can the London Time print such bigotry? Its so painful to read that in the London Times. Taking precautions because of the ethnicity or religion of people you travel to must be as bigoted as not allowing them to come to live in your own country? Saying they steal from you there must be the same bigotry as to say the steal by asylum welfare, ER occupation, affirmative action, school destruction, and similar scams and heists here?


BNP Nick Griffin Mark Collett prosecuted

Ministers are considering whether race hate laws should be revised after BNP leader Nick Griffin was cleared of charges relating to speeches he made.

A jury decided speeches by Mr Griffin and party activist Mark Collett in 2004 had not incited racial hatred.

Home Secretary John Reid said he would consult ministers after Gordon Brown said current laws may need reviewing.

Lord Chancellor Lord Falconer said Muslims were offended and must be sure that the law would protect them.

The Leeds Crown Court jury heard extracts from a speech Mr Griffin made in the Reservoir Tavern in Keighley, West Yorkshire, on 19 January 2004, in which he described Islam as a “wicked, vicious faith” and said Muslims were turning Britain into a “multi-racial hell hole”.

Mr Collett addressed the audience by saying: “Let’s show these ethnics the door in 2004.”

Apparently, Mr. Collett should have said, take your watch off before you go into crowds of these ethnics.

In the wake of the BNP pair’s acquittals, Chancellor Mr Brown said: “Any preaching of religious or racial hatred will offend mainstream opinion in this country.

“We have got to do whatever we can to root it out from whatever quarter it comes.

“And if that means we have got to look at the laws again, we will have to do so.”

England’s next Prime Minister is Mr. Brown. If he takes his watch off before going into a crowd in Albania, will he be prosecuted?

The next step to saying people behave differently is to say they are different. This leads to the non sequitur that different behavior comes from differences. Different behavior comes from people being the same but being in different circumstances.

That is why people in the same circumstances act differently. No matter how they may seem to be the same circumstances, the circumstances were different to produce the different outcome, because the people are the same. If necessary, to explain different behavior we can infer that the people brought different circumstances with them. This is called auto-causation of differential circumstances. People who behave differently in what appear to be the same circumstances have in reality auto-caused a difference in circumstances that explains the difference in behavior, and preserves that everyone is the same and everyone acts the same.

The circumstances that lead to auto-causation of differential circumstances that lead to what a culture considers negative behavior always can be traced to the self-proclaimed dominant culture on the planet, which creates the circumstances of auto-causation in cultures it tries to dominate and denigrate. These cultures are then subject to the circumstances that generate auto-causation which results in activity labeled negatively by the culture that proclaims itself dominant.

The average annual growth rate of the Albanian population for the period 1960-90 was 2.4 percent, or approximately three to four times higher than that of other European countries. Population growth was actively encouraged by the government, which deemed it “essential for the further strengthening and prosperity of socialist society.” Albania had a population of 3,335,000 in July 1991, compared with 2,761,000 in mid-1981 and 1,626,000 in 1960. The most sparsely populated Balkan country until 1965, Albania attained a population density of 111 inhabitants per square kilometer in 1989–the highest in the Balkans. The 1991 growth rate was 1.8 percent.

In 1991 Albania had a birth rate of 24 per 1,000, and its death rate had declined from 14 per 1,000 in 1950 to 5 per 1,000. A concomitant of the reduced death rate was an increase in life expectancy. Official Albanian sources indicated that average life expectancy at birth increased from fifty-three years in 1950 to seventy-two years for males and seventy-nine years for females in 1991. The population was among the most youthful in Europe, with an average age of twenty-seven years, and the fertility rate–2.9 children born per woman–was one of Europe’s highest.

Albania was the only country in Europe with more males than females. The disparity in the male-to-female ratio, which was 1,055:1,000 in 1970, had increased to the point where males accounted for 51.5 percent of the population in 1990, This discrepancy was attributed in part to a higher mortality rate among female infants, caused by neglect and the traditional deference accorded male progeny. Losses in World War II, estimated by the United Nations at 30,000 persons, or 2.5 percent of the population, apparently had little influence on the ratio of males to females.

Statistics as of 1930 estimated that 65 to 70 percent of Albanians were of Muslim affiliation (Sunni and Bektashi).

Sarajevo Archduke Franz Ferdinand

Talk about the irony of ironies, on his European tour U.S. President George W. Bush was met with protests in Christian countries and greeted as a liberator in Europe’s largest Muslim nation.

Would that be watch liberation?

President Bush got off lightly compared to royal Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand. The assassination of Ferdinand at Sarajevo in Serbia started WWI. Will there be a War of Bush’s Watch like the War of Jenkins Ear?

We’ve already taken the Muslim side in Albania and Kosovo against the Christian Serbs. NATO bombed Sarajevo just like Austria attacked it in WWI. Then the Serbs were prosecuted for war crimes. Before that Serbs were occupied by the Ottoman Empire who conquered them from the West.

Christians were discriminated against under the Ottomans, especially in the 19th century and this ended up in genocide against Christians by the Ottomans. This was done in the name of Islam starting in the 1890’s and continued by the Young Turks who took power before WWI and did it in the name of Turk Nationalism.

Rice, Bush and Blair want to admit the Turks into the EU in the name of multiculturalism. Multiculturalism must mean the Turks can pick whether they do ethnic cleansing or religious cleansing. Sounds like the Turks got to multi-culti activity against Christians on their own.

So the difference between WWI and now, is that in WWI the Austrian Archduke was attacked and Austria fought back. Now we are attacked and we welcome the immigration of people from the lands that attacked us and call people who speak up against it, bigots.

Those who don’t study history are doomed to repeat it, unless they elect George Bush who can figure out even worse ways of suicide for American than Archdukes could for Austria.

It would have been as bigoted for George Bush to have taken his watch off there as for Virgil Goode to say stop Muslim immigration here.

Bush knew that he had to wear his watch to show his staff and others that Muslims in Albania behave the same as Muslims in America. In his heart when he went into the crowd, he believed they would act identically to Muslims here.

Bush is taking the loss of his watch out on us. When he got back to America, Bush didn’t ask for his watch back, he asked for amnesty back. He is taking the energy from his anger against those who stole his watch to fuel his call for amnesty. The antidote to that is to call your Senators and tell them read our lips, no new amnesty. Go to Numbers USA and send a free fax. Or go to Fairus. Roy Beck:

To slow this down, please phone Republican Senators on the list below THIS MINUTE.


(* Senators up for re-election in 2008)

* Alexander (R-TN)
Bennett (R-UT)
* Cochran (R-MS)
* Coleman (R-MN)
* Collins (R-ME)
* Cornyn (R-TX)
* Craig (R-ID)
* Domenici (R-NM)
Gregg (R-NH)
Hatch (R-UT)
Hutchison (R-TX)
Kyl (R-AZ)
Lott (R-MS)
* McConnell (R-KY)
Murkowski (R-AK)
* Smith (R-OR)
Snowe (R-ME)
Stevens (R-AK)
* Warner (R-VA)

Go to to find their numbers:

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