Monday, August 18, 2008




After Western civilization collapses in a race war, Charles Manson will be remembered as the canary in the coal mine. As Sandy Good said, in an A Current Affair hatchet job, "Devil's Disciple," with journalist Steve Dunleavy, "We knew our backs were against the wall, and we had the balls, we had the balls and the heart to work for change." Further, "In revolution, there's going to be death. It's inevitable." Few understand that in the scheme of things the death of Sharon Tate et al meant, and still means, absolutely nothing. Nor does the imprisonment of Charles Manson. The thought he thought cannot be unthought. It is still reverberating in the public forum.

One has to have some historical perspective to understand that what has been dubbed "The Family" was an organic response to the Hippie movement, which was the equivalent of a party on the deck of the Titanic as it crashes on the proverbial ice berg. As Charles Manson said in an interview with an even scummier journalist, Geraldo Rivera, "I don't care about no society. The public's a bunch of assholes." Hack journalists have used all manner of "evil" archetypes to vilify the messenger of the zeitgeist.

But let's get some perspective here, people. This is a fella who has little more aspirations than to have a motorcycle (perhaps a dune buggy or two), a stable of whores and a guitar. When asked about his aspirations of being a musician, Charlie told one interviewer:

"[The music business was] a bigger jail than I just got out of. I don't want to take my time going to work. I got a motorcycle and a sleeping bag and ten or fifteen girls. What the hell do I want to go off and go to work for?"

Charlie's comments were made in response to Bugliosi's multi-faceted theory about Manson's plan for world domination, which includes a juicy sub-plot about Terry Melcher spurning Charlie's music and thus Charlie. Who we believe is irrelevant, but the sore spot Hollywood still has over this whole sordid series of events is a story in and of itself. One of the major purveyors of mindless bullshit, explicitly designed to devalue and decimate the interests of whites, Hollywood, has always had a peculiarly strong hatred for Charlie. One might say Hollywood is afraid of Charlie: "Hollywood's been afraid since it began. Hollywood knows Hollywood. Anyone that knows the garbage cans in the alley understands Hollywood." It must have hit a nerve that Charlie was rubbing elbows with the likes of Brian Wilson and saw their existence for what it was.

The nobodies were on to something the somebodies wouldn't have the foresight to worry about on their best days: a race war was coming; society had become a joke; human survival was tied to the earth, not the other way around; and the real prison was the 9-5 "lives" Romero-like zombies were living 24/7, with a few holidays thrown in for a safety release valve.

All demographic estimates predict that whites will be a minority in America by 2050. Whites with any sense of self-preservation would have lauded the beginning of a revolution, but instead the revolution fell on deaf ears when it was televised to mindless zombies.

Effectively, we live in a George A. Romero movie, and no-one has gotten the joke in any of the movies Romero made. It's not about the zombies. Americans are the zombies!

And in a world like that, Charlie calls a spade a spade:

"The brotherhood of the gun rules the world. I don’t give a fuck about votes or getting elected into being a politician. And I don’t give a fuck about playing no wise holy man. All I want is order. I want order in the perspective of the numbers. And if you give me order in the numbers, fuck the personality of it. I don’t care about the personality of it. Get with the program or be destroyed. That’s all that is.”

A man can still dream that an effective war against zombie-ism will be waged. We are literally dying for order!

In fact, I have a dream that we will shoot the next MLK and John Lennon in the fucking head, but this time there won't be as much hand wringing bullshit.

Saturday, August 2, 2008



The law of supply and demand can benefit the consumer, but it can also serve as one of the many torture instruments available to the market. Such torture is often self-inflicted. Case in point: What if I told you that you could run your automobile on a fuel that costs about $1.25 per gallon, and pump up in your garage? You would be jumping to buy the car that ran on that fuel, right? But wait, what if I told you that the federal government would give you a $1000 tax credit for purchasing said car—and that if you live in California, the state offers a local tax credit of $2000, covering all but $900 of the initial cost of pump installation. You’d jump all over that, right? You’d sing it from the mountain top, right?

Well, the American consumer had that chance and did not take it. Old habits die hard, and now the pain at the pump is the inevitable result. Gasoline is for suckers who were too stupid to take advantage of a fuel with over a hundred year domestic supply, 20% less pollutants, home service capabilities, and unheard-of cost-effectiveness. What fuel am I talking about? Have I gone batty and turned into an environ-mental case? Shouldn’t I just suck it up and pay an average of $4 per gallon for gasoline (If I was European or British, I’d have it even worse with ungodly petrol taxes)?

Before I tell you what fuel I am ranting about, I am going to discuss why the American consumer balked at this golden opportunity. In a nutshell, corporate fleets and government fleets provide the most demand for automobiles and trucks equipped to run on said fuel. Several major automobile companies got their feet wet by making cars and trucks for individuals, but they got soaked because demand was low. In 2004, Ford and Chrysler stopped making vehicles run on said fuel, and GM held out even after sales volume did not justify production (maybe that’s one reason why they tanked in this quarter with a $15.5 billion loss, but that’s another matter). Conversions are still available, but only in India and some European countries. Honda remains one of the few companies making automobiles (one model) running on said fuel available in the U.S.

Back to why Americans lost out…. No-one saw $150-a-barrel oil coming, and they were timid about changing to a different fuel—even though that fuel was 26.9% cheaper in California during early July. Aside from the lack of demand for these cars, there was a general lack of fueling stations—only 1,500 in America for all 150,000 automobiles running on this fuel. But this was not an issue. One can install a pump in one’s home for $900 if he lives in California and for $2,900 in states not offering tax credits. So, essentially, unless you were driving cross country, there was no need to worry about where you would pump up. You would pump up in your garage and wait for the rest of America to catch on. It’s that simple.

But how much of this fuel is available? Would America still be dependent on foreign fuel? Nope. America has a 118-year supply of this fuel, and wildcatters are discovering more every day. The technology is in place. The fuel is domestic, and the fuel is 20% cleaner than gasoline. Sometimes home supply is as cheap as 0.98 cents per gallon!!!

You are just dying to know, right? If you have not already guessed, natural gas is what I am talking about. The zero emission fuels are a bit down the line, but we have just about everything in place for natural gas-run cars-except for the demand and the fueling stations.

T. Boone Pickens thought that it was a no-brainer for Americans to make the switch to natural gas, but he hadn’t counted on Americans inability to change their habits.

As an individual, you can free yourself from the pain at the pump. Do not rely upon the crowd. What follows is some practical advice about conversion to natural gas.
1) Buy/install a Fuel Maker Phill pump for your home.
2) Buy a Honda Civic GX (28 miles a gallon in the city, 39 on the highway).
3) Claim the tax credits for both the pump and vehicle on your federal and state returns. For non-California residents that’s $5,000.
4) If you need a van or truck, shop for the Ford, GM and Chrysler makes equipped to run on natural gas. Fords would be newer since they stopped making them last.
5) If you want a vehicle converted, seek out a reputable CNG conversion mechanic.
6) Take the money you’ll be saving and invest in natural gas.

Remember, gasoline is for suckers. Buy natural gas and make my stocks go up, and save yourselves tons of money!