Monday, July 24, 2017

Radio Free Northwest - July 27th, 2017


http://northwestfront.org/2017/07/radio-free-northwest-july-27th-2017/ 

How does HAC loathe buggery? Let him count the ways.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

I'm Sorry, I Just Can't Resist


More American Immigration Advice


Hello Nikos,

First, you need to know that I am not a lawyer and cannot give legal advice. So, what really happens in your future compared to what is my guess, maybe is not the same. But I can tell you what I see.

I think you have a high chance of success getting resident status ... after you get out of the airport. That sounds very simple thing to do. But I know many stupid people that have failed.

For example, my brother married a Canadian woman, in Canada. Later he wanted her to live in America. She got the same advice as you. Come as a tourist. And she failed. Instead, she tried to enter the airplane with 5 suitcases (wrong thing to do.) Also, she had a one-way ticket (wrong!) and in her suitcase was a wedding dress and picture album (wrong.) Then she lied to the customs officer saying she wanted to be a tourist (wrong, wrong, wrong.) They rejected her at the airport.


It gets worse. Next day, she tried to take a bus to America. She completely forget that the customs office for cars uses the same computer system as the airport. Of course, they discover her name. And again they reject her to enter America. But now she is on a watch list for lying to the government twice. Even though she was married to an American, it took her two years of government headaches to finally enter America.

Remember, as a tourist you should have:

  1. Round-trip airplane ticket!
  2. A small number of suitcases. Maybe one suitcase, and a small one to carry on the plane.
  3. Proof of money to pay for a short trip.
  4. Address of hotel you will be staying the first night.

If you can do those things, you can pass through Customs and Immigration and get out of the airport.

Once you are on the streets of America, try to start working. After a short time, if you can demonstrate you are a working person in society, then the lawyer can say to the (corrupt) government it is a "hardship" for you to leave and insist that you get resident status.

I think you will have no problem.

To be honest, it is good for you. I'm glad to have more White people come to the Homeland. But I'm sad that my government does not protect our citizens.

Again, good luck. Be smart and be safe.

~August




Monday, July 17, 2017

Radio Free Northwest - July 20th, 2017

http://northwestfront.org/2017/07/radio-free-northwest-july-20th-2017/ 

HAC does some more crystal ball gazing as to how “it” might happen.

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Personalities




by Bill White 

I have previously described prison as something of an insane asylum, particularly the unit I am in, which seems to be used by the Bureau of Prisons as a kind of dumping ground for the mentally ill. But along with straight insanity—defined as the belief in things that are obviously not true, the perception of sensations that are not there, and the inability to control behaviors that makes no sense—one also encounters bizarre personalities. In general, these are the same range of personalities that one encounters anywhere else, but in prison one tends to encounter these personalities in concentration.

For instance, I can think of one man I’ve encountered who was not a bad fellow, but, who was almost completely unable to determine when someone else was lying to or manipulating him.  Or rather perhaps because he lacked the normal sense of when someone was lying to him, he often generally suspected those who weren’t, while embracing those who were. The root cause was what they call narcissism, being so wrapped up in one’s self that one becomes unable to determine the motives of others.

As with many odd personalities, just speaking to the fellow, he is nice enough.  But after knowing him a bit and looking into various communications and papers that he had, I found some very strange things. 

For instance, in writing he often marked documents with what one might call tactical notes, notes about the methods he was using in the document to try to manipulate the other person

When writing to others, the man would often exclaim things that a normal person would not say to another, discussing, despite knowing that his communications were monitored, the need to do certain things to get around the prison administration. (Despite knowing that communications are monitored one often finds prison inmates doing this, sending out plain instructions to another to do various things to circumvent security, unable to conceive of the hostile person reading or listening to their words.)

 After looking into things a bit, it was clear that many of the people that this person was communicating with, instructing, commanding, and manipulating were just playing him for a fool, saying what he wanted to hear in order to get what they wanted, mostly money, though I suspect in other situations also information, compliant behavior, and so forth.

This obliviousness to other people is frequent in prison. It’s ironic, I think, that various psychologists have poked guesses at my own personality, labeling it narcissist, when in fact, I’m often the opposite, too aware of the motives of other people. I’m very aware of the effect that I can have on other people. I just don’t care. I think it’s better to tell people the truth, even when they find it unpleasant, than to coddle them.  Even when what I say at the moment has a negative consequence for me, to use the silly words of the psychological profession.

Look at my various federal trials. I would have been much better off taking a plea bargain if my primary goal had been to obtain my release from prison as soon as possible. In both of the past two cases I could see that for various reasons I was not going to win at trial, and anyone who thought that I went at trial believing that an attorney who refused to look at the discovery was going to win my acquittal is themselves suffering from a great failure of empathic understanding. 

In both cases, I consciously chose to go to trial knowing that I would most likely lose and receive substantial prison sentences, because I also knew that I did not commit the crimes, and that with perseverance I would be able to overturn the sentences. 

Also, I had no real need not to be in prison for the several years that followed.  I was physically ill and knew that something was very wrong with me—I now know it to have been an RES-related brain injury—and I knew that I was being stalked by someone who I then presumed and now know to have been the federal government. Until these issues could be sorted out I really couldn’t function outside of prison, as I believe that I told the judge at my second sentencing. As it is, having failed to flee the country, being arrested as I was probably kept me from being killed by the FBI in May-June 2012, if the things that have been said about this are correct. 

[For those who may think this "paranoid," two words for you--Lavoy Finnicum. - HAC] 

So, while I listened to stupid judges ramble on about how I must have thought I could somehow beat the system because no one would have gone to trial in the situation I was in, to the contrary I was confident that even though I was going to lose at the time, in the long run, by telling the truth, I would be able to figure out what happened. And insofar as the broad outlines are concerned and many of the details, I have. Now, having figured that out, getting justice is another matter. But I am confident that that will be obtained in the end as well. 

[One theory on the Bill White case is that he is being punished for refusing repeated plea bargain offers and forcing the dictatorship to fabricate evidence and compelling federal law enforcement officers to perjure themelves in ways which may at some point come back to bite them. This is probably why Bill's repeated appeals citing specific exculpatory evidence are being ignored and why he is being denied counsel. - HAC] 

Another personality that I encounter here is the loathsome individual that I mentioned the other day. I don’t tolerate SHU conditions well. While there earlier this week, I had to listen to this fool shouting at me because I told the truth, which is that the other fellow attacked me. 

In convict land, in theory, one doesn’t “tell” like that on another.  However, what I can see and the fruitcakes on this unit apparently cannot, is that the other fellow is what is called a “bug” or a “goofy,” a person who is insane and for whom no real rules apply.

This little loathsome fellow is, as one might expect, a chronic liar. He is a little rat of a man; he is apparently almost fifty, though I would guess his age at his twenties if I didn’t know that he’d been in prison almost 25 years. The fellow is a “threat guy”: I often joke that he is the person that the federal government thinks I am. LOL.

I first met him years ago. When I did, he told me that he was a contract killer for the Mafia. Then he told me that he is a Gangsta Disciple. Then he told me a few other stories about stabbing people, seducing BOP staffers, punching officials in the face and so on, all fantasy. When I first encountered him here, he told me that he burned a judge’s house down. All of this is nonsense.

In reality, the guy is a pathetic little turd who spends his life writing threatening letters to judges because he feels weak, wants to harm them, and doesn’t have the courage to attack them physically. The other day, when he pushed me a little too much with his mouth, I pointed this out to him. In fact, right after he made some silly comment about stabbing me, I noted that he had never stabbed anyone in his life. I pointed out that, when he told his psychologist that he had punched a captain in the face, she had started laughing at him (though this was not her fault; she saw me laughing and lost her composure). I told him that no one believes anything he says, and that everyone who meets him knows that he’s just some sad weak pathetic guy who makes up stories to try to cover up how sad and weak he is.

Then, I pointed out that he’d spent the past twenty five years going from prison to prison getting his ass kicked, checking in to the SHU, and then doing nasty things from behind the safety of a steel door, all to the point that literally no prison in the Bureau of Prisons would take him. Leaving him stuck, as he is now, in the SHU here at Marion CMU. In fact, I pointed out that his ass got kicked here by someone who, if he didn’t have some sort of brain injury of his own, would be the nicest inmate in the Bureau of Prisons, so that he can’t even walk around this relatively peaceful place.

When I did this, I got something that I didn’t think I would from it; I got the guy to sit down and shut up

I don’t think that you can say what I did was cruel or unkind, as I simply told this man some true things that he needed to know, as his failure to face them is the source of a lot of his life problems.

Maybe he had terrible things done to him as a child to make him so foul, or maybe he was just born defective. I don’t know.
It’s not really my concern. I’m sure that there’s a reason he’s so foul; all things have reasons. And while what I said probably did not do any good, it is a human obligation to tell people the truth, always with the hope that showing them the truth will allow them to face that truth and overcome it. I try very hard to do this with my own life, and I always wish that more people would be truthful to me. Sometimes I don’t like it, but I always prefer to hear that I am making a mistake, or that I’ve made a mistake, particularly when there is a constructive solution to it. 

I know that telling someone what is wrong with them is rude and often counterproductive, particularly in the short term, to human relations. I do know how to keep my mouth shut, and I try not to tell people that I meet casually things that they are not equipped to hear. When I do, I tend to be called an asshole, or get something like “who are you to talk?” I get less of that as I get older. 

But, in the case of the loathsome fellow, you could make a point.  After all, if I committed the crimes for which I am in prison, I’m not only no better than he is, I actually have to be like he is. If you’re the kind of person who trusts in the judgment of a federal court, I not only have no reason to talk, but I should be hanging my head in shame and reflecting on what a turd I am, I guess—though my reasons for doing so would have no more to do with my alleged victims than I think that this guy should be upset because he hurt some judge’s feelings. If I committed the crimes, then I am a very different person than I know myself to be—in fact, I’m that guy -- and if that were true, I wouldn’t do as he does, and just cut my wrists to get a trip out of the prison to the hospital now and then.

Fortunately, I know that I’m not that guy. In my case, I know that guy or his female equivalent is the one whom the FBI used to give her phony eyewitness identification testimony. What I know is that throughout my interactions with the FBI, the Bureau of Prisons and the like, they have consistently aligned themselves with “that guy” in various guises to fabricate a personality around me which they have then gone on to prosecute and publicly trumpet in order to feed their failed social system the lies that they need to sustain it.

As I’ve remarked before, sitting in prison, particularly one like this, is an opportunity for reflection. Through the pathologies that one sees in others, I am constantly reminded of what not to be. I am constantly reminded of those things that dishonesty, desire, and attachment to the things of the world continually tempt men to become. Unable to live in reality, they descend into fantasy. Unable to see what is, they act based upon what isn’t. Ultimately they end up here, spouting some crazy theory about how this isn’t prison, they didn’t do anything wrong because they were just trying to get themselves off of the stock market, and, they’ve really been locked into a post office box.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Bill White Legal Update

 
[Now that Bill no longer seems to have any attorney or legal assistance at all, this is what he spends his time doing. I am in awe of this man's absolute refusal to give up and surrender to despair. - HAC] 
 
Hello all:
 
For seventeen months, I have been trying to serve the U. S. Marshals with a Federal Tort Claim form. Today, days after the filing of my second lawsuit in this matter (due to court error,) I finally got them to acknowledge receipt.
 
This saga really starts back in 2014, when I was tortured in the John E Polk Correctional Center by the Seminole County sheriff, then Donald Eslinger.  I wrote to the U. S. Marshals several times for administrative remedy on the civil rights violations and they refused to answer. The judge in that case has not exactly been friendly, and so far has dismissed the case three times. Not getting it the first two times, I am currently in the Eleventh Circuit on the third dismissal, waiting for an order reinstating it. The district judge's finding that the appeal was frivolous was overturned December 20th, 2016. The appeal itself has been pending 16 months, with 19-21 months being about the average time that the Eleventh Circuit takes on civil appeals.
 
So, after being diagnosed in February 2016 with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and RES ("Restricted Environmental Stimuli")-related neurological damage from having been tortured and negligently exposed to RES and other traumatic stress, during a continuing course of conduct from 2008 to June 2015 (the continuing course of conduct is soon to be expanded,) I began attempting to serve the U. S. Marshals Service with a tort claim form. 
 
Turns out the address that the U. S. Marshals publishes for tort claims is not correct. In fact, if I am to believe the post office, no address published by the U. S. Marshals as their headquarters or mail processing center, is correct.  So I have four returned packages from the U. S. Marshals sitting in my locker stating that they were refused "recipient unknown."
 
The Bureau of Prisons also originally ignored me, and having no administrative remedy available I filed suit in August 2016.  The claim was for continuing torts of torture, negligent and intentional infliction of physical injury, negligent and intentional infliction of emotional distress, general negligence and breach of duty of care, and loss of normal life. 
 
Soon after I filed suit, the BOP responded to its tort claim, denying it. The judge then took my tort claim and refused to consider the amendment claiming that it wasn't underlined properly, turned it into to torts related to the Constitutional claim already pled, and denied it sua sponte for failure to exhaust administrative remedy -- remedy that was not available. 
 
I timely moved to alter or amend judgment with a properly underlined administrative complaint, and an affidavit of exhaustion of administrative remedy in November 2016.  For eight months now, the court has ignored me. This is the same court that "forgot" to screen two of my FOIA cases for ten months, then sent me orders apologizing for the error and ordering the cases served last month.
 
Though the court was wrong, I also refiled administrative remedy on December 14, 2016. To the administrative remedy, I attached the same amended complaint that I sent to the court.  The BOP received this complaint, processed it, and tried to claim that it was denied for lack of jurisdiction, saying that I should have known of my physical injuries -- RES-related brain damage -- years ago.  Of course, the law in the Seventh Circuit says that the time to file is tolled for an internal injury until a doctor diagnoses it, so this will not get them far. The USMS, however, never responded.
 
So two weeks ago I refiled my tort claim, attaching to it a Motion for Joinder with the prior claim, and reminding the court for a second time that it "forgot" to exercise jurisdiction on my original Motion to Alter or Amend.  I noted that I had made five attempts to serve the U. S. Marshals with a tort claim, and that they had not only ignored all five but returned four of them with a note saying that they didn't know who this person "Glenn Auerbach," their own General Counsel, was.
 
Now today, suddenly I get a letter from the U. S. Marshals Service.  It is dated July 6, 2017.  It claims that they received my tort claim dated December 14, 2015 and originally mailed in February 2016, on January 5, 2017.  And they claim they somehow did not receive the medical report that was attached to it -- though the Bureau of Prisons, who received the same claim, did. 
 
So, with one day of their six months remaining, they are claiming that the remedy was deficient, that I have 30 days to send them the medical report, and that they get another six months to respond.
 
Fortunately, since there are multiple agencies involved, this is not the law, and this will not help them much. The Bureau of Prisons was required to forward a copy of the complaint on to the U. S. Marshals Service since the complaint described acts committed by the U. S.Marshals Service, and the BOP denial of the complaint constitutes denial for the U. S. Marshals Service as well. Thus, as long as I served one agency I served every agency named in the complaint, an the extra services were gratuitous courtesy services.
 
However, I strongly suspect that the U. S. District Court is going to toss me out, again, for no intelligible reason, and that I will 12 months from now still be wrestling with all of this, just trying to get this case past square one. The issue, of course, is that the dictatorship is guilty, and that they know that they are guilty, and they are doing everything bureaucratically possible, in conjunction of course with an indulgent U. S. district judge, to make me go away.
 
But, at least, now, after 17 months with this form, and about three years overall of the U. S. Marshals Services ducking service, I have finally managed to get them served.

-Bill


Monday, July 10, 2017

Radio Free Northwest - July 13th, 2017


http://northwestfront.org/2017/07/radio-free-northwest-july-13th-2017/ 

Harold dishes some inside baseball stuff and does some more crystal ball gazing. We hear from Gretchen and a British comrade.

Youth Asking For Advice On Northwest Migration


http://downwithjugears.blogspot.com/2017/07/american-immigration-for-foreign-white.html

Hey Harold,

My name's Richard, and I hail from the UK. I'm wondering if you could give me any solid advice on how I should plan my migration to the Northwest?

I've only just recently left school and I'm in the stage where I'm looking for jobs/apprenticeships in which I can learn a trade, something where in your own words I should "learn to fix the rich man's toys" and will be enough for me to get a Skilled Workers visa.

I know that my friend Lewis (the one from the 22nd June 2017 RFN) is planning his migration as well, and I was just curious if you could maybe suggest a trade that's in high demand over there, and any other advice you can spill.

Regards,
Richard

Hail Victory.

* * *

Dear Richard:

Okay: my standard response to this question for young men is carpentry, electrician work, and plumbing. Plumbing especially will make you a rich man over here, if you do it well. However, there are significant differences in our electrical system in the States and Canada, not to mention we don't use metric. Then come the skilled construction trades: concrete work, industrial wiring, HVAC installation and maintenance, etc.

If you don't mind going raving mad and being forced to retire in your 40s due to stress, you could become an air traffic controller.

You might think of computer hardware manufacture and maintenance, as opposed to software-related stuff. If you are a real hot-shot software engineer you might make it as a White macaca, although the techlords usually go to the Indian subcontinent or weird places like the Philippines or Indonesia for those. I'm not joking, you really don't want to end up as a drone or slave in Silicon Valley coding hive. They are the modern equivalent of the "dark Satanic mills" of the early 19th century.

But there is one sure-fire ticket to almost immediate admission to the United States: any kind of skilled or semi-skilled medical capability, especially if it relates to geriatric care. We are overrun with aging baby boomers and fat people entering their 40s now, when all those bloated Amurrican bodies are starting to need serious care. A Registered Nurse or LPN, especially in geriatric-related fields, can write his or her own ticket over here and it doesn't matter what color they are, we're so desperate. America has become notorious for looting the world of half-qualified or poorly qualified medical professionals. Physical therapists, medical IT, even CNAs if you can stomach it. (I tried a quickie course at a local nursing home when I first arrived in the Homeland and quit on the third day, because I knew I couldn't hack it.)

Keep me up to speed on how you're doing.

-HAC

Sunday, July 09, 2017

American Immigration For Foreign White Nationalists


Hello Nikos,


For White foreign people who want to come to the Northwest Homeland, the most important things are:

*Make it out of the airport after you arrive in America;

*Find a way to stay, legally, afterwards;
 
1. Make it out of the airport.

For the first goal, the problem is to get past the American Customs and Immigration Officer. To do this you must have a good, valid passport with a visa stamped in it, or a visa he will give you.

There are several types of visas.

*Tourist Visa: Allows you to come to America as a tourist visitor, for 6 months. You must be in possession of a round trip  airplane ticket, and an explanation of how you will pay for your visit.

The easiest explanation is, that you want to do sight-seeing and that you will be using your ATM card to pay for hotels, food, and travel. It is good to memorize the returning date on your airplane ticket, if the officer asks you when you are leaving.

That is the easiest way to get into the country and get out of the airport. But you must accept (if you are secretly wanting to stay longer) that in the future you will have to pay some money to a special immigration lawyer to help you change your status into being a resident. It will be expensive. But if you plan for it, you will be okay.

The problem with a Tourist Visa is that you will not be allowed to work legally. While there are many illegal immigrant Mexicans and other Third Worlders who work illegally, the government often looks away and pretends not to see, because those people are not White. You, as a White person, will have more difficulty finding work. Remember, the United States of America does not want White immigration and will take every measure to discourage it. But it is possible.

*Student Visa: This is a safer way to enter the country, but it is more complex. You will need to apply to an American school in the Northwest area. For example, Washington State University or Oregon State University, or Idaho State University, or something similar.

With a Student Visa, you can enter the country easily with the help of the school. Usually, this kind of visa will also allow you to work a limited amount of hours, legally.

A Student Visa will allow you to stay 1 year to 2 years, maybe longer. After you graduate, the school will often help you find employment and also help find an employer who will sponsor your Work Visa.

*Work Visa: If you have a specialized skill, then a large company can sponsor you to come to America directly. The company will justify you to the Customs and Immigration Department, presuming you possess some special skill that is rare in America.

Some examples of a special skill could be; a computer programmer or engineer; teacher of a foreign language; or some other skill that is in short supply in America. The large company that will sponsor the work visa, must justify to the government that they can't find a qualified American for the job. That is why it is typically a specialty skill.

*Servant Visa: (this is unpopular for proud White people) Harold mentioned that this uncommon type of visa exists for butlers, maids, and au pairs (also known as a nanny.) For many wealthy, high-income American elites--many are Jews-- they like to have a White person as a servant.

You would have to have qualifications. There are butler academies in England, but the top one I can tell you is in the Netherlands (http://www.butlerschool.com/en_US ). These schools will also help you find an employer.

After you obtain a servant visa, the high-income American who hires you will likely be so fond of you as their trophy servant, that they will have arrangements to extend your visa or change your U.S. resident status.

*There is also a marriage visa, but these days (especially for White Europeans) the U.S. government makes it very difficult to obtain this type of visa. Harold (and myself) don't recommend this as a good plan. There are high fees to be paid, long waiting times, and still there is a high risk of deportation. Bad plan.

2. Find A Way To Stay

This will depend on your type of visa.

Tourist Visa - You will have to find employers who will break the law and hire a foreigner without a work permit. This is called "working under the table." This often works for browns and yellows, but it more difficult for Whites. But with patience and luck, it is possible.

Student Visa - This visa will usually include a limited Work Permit. This is good, then you can do side jobs under the table.

Work Visa - This is obvious, you will have a good paying job and usually a 3 year contract with a large company. No worries.

Servant Visa - This is also obvious, as it is a visa for a specific job. (probably a humiliating job, but it can work)

Marriage Visa - As I wrote above, this is not a good plan. For White Europeans, my estimate, it only works out 2-5% of the time.

To summarize:

Tourist Visa is the easiest. Must have a round-trip airplane ticket (even if you don't use it). Must show you have money to eat, travel, etc. Expect to pay for a lawyer later, in the future to change your legal status.

Student Visa is the safest. It is more complicated, but it will allow you to work when you are here. After completing school, it is often easy to get help finding a job and a work visa.

It is also a good idea when you arrive, to find other Czech people who can help you with government papers.

I hope this is useful to you. If you have questions, you can ask me.

~August