Our masters' plan for America is symbolized by what they are planning
to do to one of our country's minor commercial icons. In 1921 the Washburn
Crosby Company, manufacturer of baking goods, decided they needed a spokeswoman
to respond to the many questions they were receiving in the mail from their
customers. They borrowed a last name from a retired member of their board
of directors, William Crocker, held a contest among their employees to
choose a signature for her (which is still used today), and named her "Betty
Crocker." In 1936 her portrait was painted, and her motherly image
began to appear on the company's millions of boxes in supermarkets across
America. Her portrait has been redone several times in the last 60 years,
but two things have remained constant: Betty has always worn red, and she
has always been White. That last quality is about to change, according
to General Mills, which now owns the Betty Crocker brand.
A few years back General Mills removed Betty Crocker's face from their
packages. She was apparently too White -- too suggestive of the old America
of manicured lawns, safe neighborhoods, high standards, and Western culture
-- to be acceptable to the trendy New World Order camp followers in General
Mills' board room.
The 75-year-old cultural icon had to go, regardless of its commercial
But the trendies at General Mills have something worse in store for
us. They are going to put Betty back on their packages, all right. But
first they are planning to create a new Betty Crocker. A non-White Betty
Oh, they're not men enough to come right out and say that's what they're
doing. No, they are cloaking it in all kinds of deceptive verbiage. But
making Betty Crocker into some kind of Third World mongrel is exactly what
they have in mind.
As a pretended celebration of Betty Crocker's 75th anniversary, General
Mills is going to select 75 real women who are residents of the United
States, photograph them, and then digitally "morph" them into
one composite face, which will become the new Betty Crocker. As anyone
with even a cursory knowledge of computer software knows, this "morphing"
process can yield almost any result desired by the computer operator and
will not necessarily result in a statistical average of the input images.
And what will the computer operator be looking for? According to the Wall
Street Journal, "Since the contest is open to would-be Bettys
of all races .. the hybrid homemaker is likely to emerge with more politically
General Mills spokesman Craig Shulstad states, "We're hoping for
ethnic diversity, which is what's happening with homemakers and society
as a whole" According to the Capital-Times of Madison, Wisconsin,
"The resulting face, according to some diversity experts, will be
a woman with a slightly tan complexion, Asian-looking eyes, and a slightly
broader nose. ...These features should appeal to the growing Hispanic,
Asian, and Black markets."
Apparently a White Betty Crocker is "offensive" to some. According
to Russell Adams, chairman of African-American studies at Howard University,
a Black institution in occupied Washington, DC, a mixed-race Betty Crocker
wouldn't offend anyone. Well, General Mills, I am offended.
In the early days of the post-World War II period, the advertising agencies
sold us on racial "integration" by showing us happy consumers
and schoolchildren, mostly White and all well-dressed, frolicking in what
still looked like the Old America, with just a few almost-White mulattos
around the edges, eating in our restaurants and playing in our playgrounds.
It was just a matter of "fairness" and letting a few non-Whites
in on our wonderful America. Nothing else about our country would change.
Why, who could object to that? Wicked, ignorant, bigoted racists warned
us then that Whites were the real minority in this world and that the actual
objective of the whole "civil rights" program was to get our
daughters "Nicole Simpsoned" and our sons "Jeffrey Dahmered"
or, failing that, at least turn them against us and enlist them in the
revolution against White America through communist brainwashing in the
schools and the media.
Those wicked, ignorant, bigoted racists said that the real purpose of
the "integration" program was just that -- actual physical integration
of the races, sperm with egg, DNA with DNA, and so ushering in the death
of our race and nation. Those wicked, ignorant, bigoted racists! How
dare they be so right!
Well, the race-mixing program is out in the open now. No advertising
agency or department store dares to issue a catalog or an ad without including
Black boys touching or fondling White girls or something of the kind. If
America's enemies had come right out with such images 30 or 40 years ago,
their revolution would have met with serious resistance. Today a mongrel
Betty Crocker tells everything about our degradation without a single word.
Who would have thought that Betty Crocker would be the one to symbolize
our planned demise, so neatly, so commercially, so unfeelingly, so pathetically.
The address for General Mills, Incorporated, is:
1 General Mills Drive
Minneapolis, MN 55426
Web Editor’s Note: There was apparently so much protest that
those at General Mills altered their plan. When the picture of the new
Betty Crocker was released; she was as White as previous Betty Crockers.
The only obvious change was that her eyes became brown rather then blue-gray.
As she always had dark brown hair; this change is rather unremarkable.
This is a good example of how your protests can be effective.
One of my small pleasures in life is bird watching, which gives me a
great deal of peace in this world of constant conflict. Over the years
I have discovered that there is a great deal to be learned from our avian
neighbors, lessons that illustrate the laws of Nature, which apply to us
as much as to them.
Recently a listener sent me this article from the Richmond, Virginia, Times-Dispatch, entitled, "Songbirds in the Midwest are singing
cowbird blues: Raising orphaned chicks wipes out foster families."
The Midwest has become a disaster area for migrant songbirds and a paradise
for a feathered freeloader who tricks other birds into raising its young.
Songbirds that fly thousands of miles from South America to nest in
the forests of the Midwest are being pushed toward population collapse
by cowbirds that lay eggs in other birds' nests and force the hosts to
feed and nurture cowbird chicks.
A study to be published today in the journal Science shows that
migrant songbird populations are in steep decline in the Midwest, and naturalist
Scott K. Robinson of the Illinois Natural History Survey says that parasitic
cowbirds are the principal cause. Robinson said a single cowbird female
lays eggs in a dozen songbird nests and then leaves them in the songbirds'
"The cowbirds hatch earlier, grow faster, and then crowd out the
host young," said Robinson. "The songbird young just starve to
Robinson said the cowbirds are thriving in the Midwest because the big
woods have been felled for farm fields and pastures, depriving the migrant
songbirds of the protection of the deep forests. The songbirds include
tanagers, warblers, thrushes, flycatchers, and grosbeaks.
A survey by more than 125 researchers and assistants of 5,000 nesting
sites in five states found that up to 50 per cent of the songbirds were
not successful in raising young. This is not enough to maintain the songbird
population at those sites, said Robinson. The survey was done in Indiana,
Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Missouri.
"These birds don't have an evolutionary history of dealing with
cowbirds," said Robinson, "They haven't learned to recognize
that a cowbird egg is not their egg and that cowbird young are not their
Most migrant songbirds, he said, "imprint on the young and take
care of whatever is in the nest -- even if it is a cowbird chick."
Some resident birds, however, won't tolerate the freeloading cowbirds.
"The Baltimore Oriole will puncture a cowbird egg and throw it
out," he said. Robins also reject the cowbird egg. Both robins and
orioles are thriving.
Robinson said that the study shows that the problem could be corrected
by establishing a network of forests no smaller than 20,000 acres. This
is the minimum size, he said, to give the migrant songbirds a haven from
I'm amazed that the controlled media allowed that article to leave their
presses in that form, but there it is. There are so many lessons to be
Here we have beautiful, brightly colored, noble-looking creatures with
sweet poetry and music their art threatened by ugly, brown parasite birds,
whose only distinction is that they can sometimes fool the beautiful ones
into thinking that there is no difference between them.
Here we have parasite young crowding out the legitimate young in the
nest. Have you seen a big-city classroom recently? Here we have parents
spending their precious time and energy feeding and caring for the parasite
young. Its parallel is the vast wealth and even lives which are squandered
to "uplift" the forever miserable here or overseas. Its parallel
is the Christian Children's Fund and interracial adoptions fostered by
our governments and our churches. We are digging our graves with a stupid -- extremely stupid -- smile on our foolish White faces.
The songbirds are dying as we will die. Some populations have fallen
as much as 93%, and experts are predicting multiple extinctions across
this continent. As the warbler's trill is replaced by the raucous cowbird
squawk, so Vivaldi is eclipsed by killer rap.
What is the solution for the songbirds? What are the only hopes for
their survival? One was mentioned in the Times-Dispatch article
I quoted. It is the establishment of a habitat for the songbirds, to give
the songbirds a "haven from the cowbirds." The songbirds need
-- as we also need, and as every species needs to survive -- a defendable
territory of their own, where their parasites and other enemies are not
present, where they can raise their own young, and their own precious and
uniquely wonderful and beautiful genetic heritage will be passed on, unmixed,
to the next generation. WITHOUT OUR OWN TERRITORY WE PERISH. A nation
that declares itself a melting-pot of all races will soon cease to be anything
but a graveyard for its people.
Now songbirds could survive the clearing of the forests, if that were
all there were to it. They nest reasonably well in meadows and near farmers'
fields. Change of habitat by itself isn't fatal, but the clearing of the
ir traditional forest habitat now forces them to share all their territory
with cowbirds. In other words, they are being forcibly integrated with
cowbirds. It is the integration with cowbirds that is fatal. Give songbirds
their own territory, by whatever means, and they will thrive again.
A Discover magazine article last year mentioned another, more
controversial solution advocated by some conservationists. In areas where
the last remaining songbirds are now threatened, they are capturing and
killing the invading cowbirds with poison gas. The results?
Some [songbird] species are in trouble ...they're raising too many baby
cowbirds and not enough young of their own. Among the songbirds that have
been pushed closer to extinction by cowbirds are the Least Bell's Vireo
of California, the Black-Capped Vireo of Texas, and the Kirtland's Warbler
of Michigan. The situation has forced conservationists into the uncomfortable
position of advocating cowbird extermination programs.
"While we don't like killing cowbirds," says Jane Griffith,
a biological consultant, "we do like to hear the songs of endangered
species." On a local level, at least, such programs seem to help.
An example is the one that Griffith and her husband, John Griffith, have
worked on at Camp Pendleton, a Marine base in Oceanside, California, that
is one of the last refuges of the Least Bell's Vireo. In the early 1980s
half the vireo nests there were parasitized. By 1994, after some 4,800
cowbirds had been trapped and gassed with carbon monoxide, parasitism had
declined to 1 percent. More important, the number of male vireos had increased
more than fifteenfold, from 27 in 1981 to 420 in 1993. Similar success
has been reported by a cowbird control program at Fort Hood, Texas, which
has become a retreat for the Black-Capped Vireo.
Some bird species, especially orioles and robins, are thriving despite
efforts by the cowbirds to parasitize them. They are thriving because they
do not welcome the cowbirds to their nests. They are thriving because they
defend their territory from invaders. They are thriving because they will
puncture the cowbird's egg and eject it from the nest.
The Condor magazine for August 1995 mentioned another species,
Couch's Kingbird, that has successfully resisted parasitism. What is the
successful survival technique of Couch's Kingbird? Egg discrimination.
What natural survival technique has been made into a crime and into a dirty
word by our enemies? The ability to discriminate -- which simply means
to choose -- sometimes makes the difference between life and death.
There are other amazing parallels between the cowbirds' parasitism and
our dispossession. Since they don't have the burden of raising their own
young, cowbirds reproduce at a much faster rate than other bird species.
A single female cowbird can lay as many as 50 eggs in a single breeding
season. Since welfare recipients are freed of much of the burden of raising
their broods, they also . . . well, you get the picture. And you also know
who carries the burden.
And as we are threatened by multiform parasites, both those already
here and those flowing across our southern border, so are the songbirds.
Read this excerpt from the Discover magazine article:
Meanwhile, a new threat to songbirds has surfaced -- an invasion of
another species of cowbird. Since 1985 the Shiny Cowbird of South America
has been sighted in Florida. According to Alexander Cruz, a biologist at
the University of Colorado in Boulder, it hasn't yet been caught parasitizing
nests, but that's just a matter of time. Cruz says the Cuban Yellow Warbler
and the Florida Prairie Warbler may be particularly vulnerable.
Florida is the cowbird frontier: as the Shiny Cowbird spreads into the
state from the south, the Brown-Headed Cowbird is invading from the north.
No one knows what's going to happen as the two species converge. They may
get along just fine -- which would be bad news for songbirds. The Shiny
Cowbird has a longer breeding season, and so it may be able to use the
nests of early and late-breeding songbirds that escape its brown-headed
cousin. It also seems to favor coastal regions, whereas the Brown-Headed
cowbird is happy inland as well. Cruz thinks the Shiny Cowbird is likely
to spread along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts.
Dear readers, I am doing my best to bring you a lesson from Nature.
If we as a people continue to violate Nature's laws, then we as a people
shall surely perish.