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    Happy 4th of Jew-Lie, Whitey!
    Luke LaVellian


    New AmeReekwans Taking Oath on JewLie-Forth
    By Luke LaVellian
    White Associated Press Writer

    ARLINGTON, Va. (WAP)- - A dozen immigrunts, hoping to become U.S. shitizens citizens, file into Rabbi Greenback's class to learn enough about AmeReeka's history to pass the dumbed-down shitizenship test.

    "Why do we have fireworks on the Fourth of JewLie?", the rabbi asks.

    "'Cause you dun won independence" offered Jamima Dung-Fro, a native of the not-so-Ivory Coast.

    "Right," rabbi Greenback responds, beaming at his "favorite" student. He made a mental note to remind himself to show this one around town himself. Those big black eyes, that more-than-ample . . . . .

    He's encouraged that the students are learning what they need to know to pass the mostly pretense Immigration and (Un)Naturalization Service's shitizenship test. Then, a few minutes later, they flub a question that would stump many an AmeReekan: Who was president from 1801 to 1809?

    "Adolf Hitler," one student says. "Bill Cosby," guesses another.

    Realizing his living fossil students are lost, rabbi Greenback gives them this answer too: Thomas Jefferson.

    In the past decade, nearly 36 million immigrunts have been sworn in as shitizens, and the Orwell-inspired Independence Day is a favorite time to take the laughable "oath of allegiance". More than 10,000 people are becoming U.S. shitizens in Fourth of JewLie ceremonies this week.

    From Ellis Island in New York to the deck of the USS CONstitution in Boston, from Jefferson's home in Monticello to the Space Needle in Seattle, new AmeReekans will raise their right hands and pretend to renounce their allegiance to foreign powers and pledge to "support and defend the CONstitution and (f)laws of the United States of AmeReeka."

    To get to that oath, immigrunts must first be interviewed by an Zionist agent. They are asked 100 questions about U.S. history and government and must get at least one correct.

    The interviewer also assesses the immigrunts' ability to speak, write and understand basic English. They might, for instance, be asked to read or write down a sentence such as: "Today, I am going to pick up a whore."

    Some immigrunts want to become U.S. shitizens so they can vote for politicians that will give them more of the White man's money. Others want to get an AmeReekan passport, in order to bring their 57 relatives over here and make sure that they to will be eligible for hand-outs and various "social" services.

    Some students can't correctly pronounce "legislative," "executive" or "Cabinet," let alone understand what they mean, but this reporter took note of the fact that none of them seemed to have any trouble understanding what "snivel rights" and "white racism" were. They might not be able to find the State of Wisconsin on a map, but they all know that they are members of "historically victimized groups", and are thus, owed BIG TIME. Rabbi Greenback has taught them well!

    --Luke LaVellian

    "Remember, It's a ZOG eats dog world, so don't be one of their servile curs".--LL

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    I posted this on VNNF last year, and, I believe, PokerFace Forum as well.

    This is for Fedboy Albion Miller and all the other Fed piglice undoubtedly lurking here to suck on:

    by CGO
    (to the tune of "God Bless The JewSA" by Lee Greenberg)

    Even though a wetback took the job
    I've worked at all my life
    Even though a dirty, smelly nigger
    Ran off with my wife
    Even though my daughter's got the clap
    Any my son says he's "gay"
    I'll never lift a finger
    'Gainst the good old JewSA

    CHORUS: And I'm proud to live in North Mexico
    Where I'm the minority
    And I'll gladly suck ol' Hymie's sack
    And drink his kosher pee
    And I'll proudly cave your skull right in
    If you dare to disagree
    'Cause I hate my race
    And ZOG's my god
    I worship my TV

    From the queers of Minnesota
    To the nigs of Tennessee
    To the wetback hordes of Texas
    Who'll soon get amnesty
    From the dykes up in Alaska
    To the Commies in L.A.
    They're all glad that ZOG protects their ass
    And no White stands in their way

    CHORUS #2: And they're proud to live in North Mexico
    Where they're the majority
    And they'll proudly suck ol' Hymie's sack
    And drink his kosher pee
    And they'll proudly cave your skulls right in
    If you dare to disagree
    'Cause they hate your race
    And ZOG's their god
    They worship their TV

    "Lay down your silver and your gold
    I am a man who won't be sold
    And even when my heart grows cold
    I'll curse your evil stranglehold."---Horslips, from "Trouble With A Capital 'T'", 1977.

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    Triumphant gookess who just ate a fattened dog announces triumph of North Gookistan ICBM
    before a picture of the crater formed by testing their first hydrogen device.


    SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea on Tuesday claimed it successfully test-launched its first intercontinental ballistic missile, a potential game-changing development in what may be the world’s most dangerous nuclear standoff and, if true, a direct rebuke to US President Donald Trump’s earlier declaration that such a test “won’t happen!”

    In typically heated rhetoric, North Korea’s Academy of Defense Science said the test of an ICBM — the Hwasong-14 — marked the “final step” in creating a “confident and powerful nuclear state that can strike anywhere on Earth.”

    Unless outsiders retrieve parts of the missile, it will be difficult to confirm many details. North Korea’s weapons program is perhaps the most closely held state secret in one of the world’s most suspicious nations. US, South Korean and Japanese officials earlier assessed that the North fired an intermediate-range missile into waters near Japan.

    Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga declined to comment on whether Japan thinks it was an ICBM, and South Korea’s Defense Ministry said it was analyzing whether the North’s statement was accurate.

    The launch appeared to be North Korea’s most successful missile test yet. A US scientist examining the height and distance said the missile could potentially be powerful enough to reach Alaska.

    North Korea has previously launched satellites in what critics said were disguised tests of its long-range missile technology. A test-launch of an ICBM, however, would be a major step in developing nuclear-armed missiles that could reach anywhere in the United States.

    The launch sends a political warning to Washington and its chief Asian allies, Seoul and Tokyo, while also allowing North Korean scientists a chance to perfect their still-incomplete nuclear missile program. It came on the eve of the US Independence Day holiday, days after the first face-to-face meeting of the leaders of South Korea and the United States, and ahead of a global summit of the world’s richest economies.

    Outside and North Korean analyses of the missile’s height, distance and time in the air were roughly similar.

    US, South Korean and Japanese officials say it flew for about 40 minutes and reached an altitude of 2,500 kilometers (1,500 miles), which would be longer and higher than any similar North Korean test previously reported. It also covered a distance of about 930 kilometers (578 miles).

    North Korea said the missile flew as high as 2,802 kilometers (1,741 miles) before hitting a designated target in the ocean about 933 kilometers (580 miles) away from the launch site in the North’s northwest. It said the missile flew for about 39 minutes and was made at the highest possible angle.

    Before North Korea’s announcement of an ICBM, South Korean analysts said it was likely that it was a retest of one of two intermediate-range missiles launched earlier this year.

    One US missile scientist, David Wright, estimated that the highly lofted missile, if the reported time and distance are correct, could have a possible maximum range of 6,700 kilometers (4,163 miles), which could put Alaska in its range, if fired at a normal trajectory.

    North Korea has a reliable arsenal of shorter-range missiles and is thought to have a small arsenal of atomic bombs, but is still trying to perfect its longer-range missiles. Some outside civilian experts believe the North has the technology to mount warheads on shorter-range Rodong and Scud missiles that can strike South Korea and Japan, two key US allies where about 80,000 American troops are stationed. But it’s unclear if it has mastered the technology needed to build an atomic bomb that can fit on a long-range missile.

    Soon after the morning launch, President Trump responded on Twitter: “North Korea has just launched another missile. Does this guy have anything better to do with his life? Hard to believe that South Korea and Japan will put up with this much longer. Perhaps China will put a heavy move on North Korea and end this nonsense once and for all!”

    “This guy” presumably refers to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. China is North Korea’s economic lifeline and only major ally, and the Trump administration is pushing Beijing to do more to push the North toward disarmament.

    After North Korea claimed earlier this year it was close to an ICBM test launch, Trump took to Twitter and said: “It won’t happen!”

    The missile test could invite a new round of international sanctions, but North Korea is already one of the most sanctioned countries on Earth. UN Security Council resolutions ban it from engaging in any ballistic activities. Since late 2012, North Korea has placed two satellites into orbit with long-range rockets, each time triggering new UN sanctions and worldwide condemnation.

    Last year, North Korea conducted its fourth and fifth atomic bomb tests and claimed a series of technical breakthroughs in its efforts to develop long-range nuclear missiles. The fifth nuclear test in September was the North’s most powerful atomic detonation to date.

    In their meeting last week, South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Trump vowed to oppose North Korea’s development of atomic weapons.

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sharply criticized North Korea for the launch. “The latest launch clearly showed that the threat is growing,” Abe said.

    Abe, who talked by phone with Trump on Monday, said the two leaders plan to seek cooperation from world leaders when they attend a G-20 summit in Germany.

    On May 14, North Korea launched a Hwasong-12 missile that its state media said flew as high as 2,111 kilometers (1,310 miles) and landed in a targeted area in the ocean about 787 kilometers (490 miles) from the launch site. On May 21, North Korea tested a Pukguksong-2, which traveled about 500 kilometers (310 miles).

    The Korean Peninsula has been divided since before the 1950-53 Korean War. Almost 30,000 US troops are stationed in South Korea.

    Since taking office on May 10, Moon has tried to improve strained ties with North Korea, but the North has continued its missile tests. North Korea says it needs nuclear weapons and powerful missiles to cope with what it calls rising US military threats.

    Since taking office after his dictator father Kim Jong Il’s death in late 2011, Kim Jong Un has overseen three nuclear weapons tests and a slew of missile tests. Regional disarmament talks on North Korea’s nuclear program have been deadlocked since 2009, when the North pulled out of the negotiations to protest international condemnation over a long-range rocket launch.

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