Tiem Thuc Forgotten

[by crackhole; reposted as event by Rick]

Tiem Thuc Forgotten: 3 generations of women's oral histories from the vietnam war.

A short film by Amanda Nguyen, depicting a struggle contrasting what is ingrained in our subconscious minds and the forgotten experience of a lived reality.

Amanda, currently attending TESC, went to her homeland of Vietnam and documented three generations of struggle with the war. Knowing Amanda, there's going to be some serious power behind this. Amanda doesn't poke at things with a stick, she hits them with purpose and effect.

I promise, this will be worth seeing.

TESC, Thursday, June 15th Recital Hall in the Com Building - Films start at 7:00 pm - Amanda's starts at 7:25

Who's Your Favorite Nazi?

Poll is open for voting: find it below Olympia weather on right side of page.

Mark Martin,  Bill White, Jill Laoch, Jim Ramm, Justin Boyer, Jeff Schoep


The low-tides this week are bringing out students, some incredible sealife and a little wonder, which makes me a slightly concerned about what the caimen and nutria might do.

Anyways, while you're out exploring, and being very careful with the little wonderous lives, keep a watch on your back. While John Dodge quite sagely advocates taking care of our beach by not running on it, I think that if you are being chased by caimen or nutria that it might be forgiven.



NORTHPORT, New York (AP) -- Two high school seniors picked quotations from Adolf Hitler's book "Mein Kampf" to appear under their high school yearbook pictures, prompting school officials to apologize.

The quotes were picked by Christopher Koulermos and Philip Compton, both 18. Koulermos' read "Strength lies not in defense, but in attack." Compton chose "The great masses of people ... will more easily fall victims to a big lie than to a small one."

"It's our responsibility and we failed miserably," said Northport High School principal Irene McLaughlin. "The fact that the book went out in the form it did was a grave mistake on our part."

Shouldn't the ACLU be rushing to defend these two?

Adopt a Nazi #6



Now ready for adoption is Jeff Schoep (pronounced "Scoop"), Commander of the National Socialist Movement. Quite a bit of information is available on this Nazi, google search will bring up more, both past and recent. (10/2008 edit - dead email address removed)


[Jennifer Warburg]

Nazi Press Release

[This is from Jeff Schoep, NSM Commander, nsmcommander@hotmail.com - Note that he uses the 14 words in this press release. ]

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release
12 June 2006
The National Socialist Movement is holding a RALLY in Olympia, Washington on Monday, July 3rd 2006.

We are doing this to make White People aware of THE SLOW GENOCIDE OF OUR PEOPLE BY DIVERSITY. When a country has more than one Race of People inhabiting it, there will be a certain amount of interracial mating; over time, this will have the effect of reducing the number of WHITE PEOPLE WITH PURE RACIAL BACKGROUNDS and also introduces the idea of "tolerance" towards other Races, which speeds up the race-mixing process.

This is happening in White Nations such as England, France, Germany, Australia, Russia, the United States, and all others. All White Nations are experiencing a negative birthrate for the White People there, and all the Governments involved are BRINGING IN NON-WHITES TO REPLACE THEM.

The National Socialist Movement stands against this anti-White future, these anti-White policies, and SEEKS TO INITIATE a National Awakening of White People: We must secure the existence of our People and a Future for our Children.

The Rally will be held on the steps of the State Capitol Building in Olympia from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m.

There will be a Press Conference the day before the Event. Media will be notified about its time and location.

For more information, email to rally@ns-wa.org (Subject: Olympia). Also see:http://www.nukeisrael.com/seattleprotest/olympiarally.htm www.nsm88.com All of those interested in attending this event should e-mail rally@ns-wa.org  All Pro-White supporters are welcome to attend and stand with the NSM in Solidarity.

The Hat Affair

Trying to untangle the recent flap about the Una-Sailor, I found this photo on Google Images. It's from www.abfab.co.uk. It not only illustrates the object of our confusion, but speaks volumes about both British fashion and seafarers' fashion. I hope we can all learn from this. Don't jump to conclusions, and don't invite misunderstanding by wearing a silly hat in your silhouette portrait.

How many blogs can a girl keep up???

I doubt I'll be putting a whole lot here but I just had to totally keep up with the in crowd and at least be a pseudo Olyblogger, ya know? =)

Port Commissioners try a hasty meeting on the Military issue

A brief account of the public comment at Monday's meeting of the Port Commissioners at the GA building - June 12 2006 5:30-7:00PM

Sorry if I butcher the spellings of anyone's name. I went from my notes only, and forgot to photograph the sign-in sheets. (old reporter's trick)

The Port Commissioners held a meeting on Monday in the General Administration Auditorium, on the Capitol Campus. The GA building houses the Capitol Campus Detatchment of the Washington State Patrol, and is known for an especially bad 1950's mosaic of Paul Bunyon and nuclear power in the foyer.

The meeting started at 5:30PM, and I was late - about 10 minutes late. I had been delayed at my store (while shopping for a pie) because I had to take OPD officer Greg Brown's photograph for my web page. The argument which ensued ate some of the time I had planned to spend in my car.

As I walked into the GA Auditorium, Banana Cream pie in hand, the commissioners fidgeted and stared. Would they be the first to taste the pie? They wondered and stared at the package, safely parked on the floor just in front of my feet.

The agenda had been moving at a lightning pace, and I only had a few minutes to survey the room and see that I had not shown up alone. Thirty One people had signed into the guest log; many more staff and longshoremen also filled the hall. Somewhere near ten fully dressed WSP officers stalked the edges of the crowd, also wondering who would first taste the creamy banana pie at my feet. Everyone loves a pie.

Art West spoke, and I forgot to take notes. Oops! I pulled out of my proctological self exam and turned over the meeting agenda packet - thankfully, the Commission staff decided that one sided copies were sufficient for the 30+ pages of minutes and agenda contained in the packet. Cool - I had note paper. I pulled out my pen and got down to it.

Jeff Brigham spoke, and pointed out that the "mob" of young people who self-appointed themselves to hold the Port responsible for its part in the war in Iraq had not been elected; he argued that the election of Paul Telford (33,000 votes, 25% of the registered voters in Thurston County) and Steve Pottle (43,000 votes, 33% of the voters of Thurston County) had proven that the people of Thurston County wanted the war, and were happy with the military's illegal use of our port. He forgot that no one ran in opposition to either candidate on a clear antiwar message, and thus voters who might have turned out in that election were not actually given a choice.

How many piercings do I have?

The conversation continues with Bill White the Nazi spokesman via his blog:

This bit from Mr. White about Olympia is interesting:

That said, I think your opposition is a lot less diverse than you believe it to be. Really, you're sort of a monolith of destruction and hate -- phony, Jewish "diversity" -- where ideas are all the same but the trivial surface things -- like how many piercings you have or how you wear your dreadlocks -- are "diverse".

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