This Week in Racism
By Nebu Ganesh
|Nebu Ganesh, PhD.|
Conservatives take note: Even the Master
Race needs basic science education. We
should be number one in death ray
production. Vote 'yes' for skinhead
The project was innovative, in that it employed current technology, used relatively inexpensive parts, and provided the would-be terrorist with a highly portable device. Sadly, there was no actual comprehensive workable design, and the only funding they could gather was from the FBI, who had to provide plans, parts and eventually help with assembly to keep their sting operation going.
But hey, at least somebody is out there trying to do something about the menacing hoard of undesirable dark skin tones working their way onto the fabric of our pristine, God-given white landscape. And the business plan had a marketing strategy, which was to enhance funding by offering the device to Jewish organizations for the purpose of quietly eliminating mutual Muslim enemies. A logical plan at the time, I suppose, but then that is how the FBI got involved. The perps forgot one of the first tenets of their ancient brotherhood, which is Jews can't be trusted either. Their potential clients called the FBI.
|The Klu Klux Klan has updated their arsenal of terror|
technology to include x-rays. Fire and rope may be passe.
They have also been threatening to join the Adopt a Highway
New York White Supremacists Glendon Scott Crawford and alleged co-conspirator Eric J. Feight evidently did not have the technical knowledge to carry out their plan, which was more comic book fodder than actual science. The partial device that was built was basically put together by the FBI, and never had a power source. Crawford is employed by The General Electric Company, who wish it to be known that they had no knowledge of the death ray plan. There is certainly no visible connection between the company and the alleged weapon plot, just as there are no accurate statistics for how many people GE may have actually killed with the appliances they have manufactured over the years.
What is not yet known is how NeoCons will react to this tantalizing news; will they applaud Crawford and Feight as anti-immigration patriots, condemn the FBI for entrapment, or will they accuse the Obama administration of leaking top secret death ray plans? When circumstances force you to decide what you hate the most, decisions can be hard.