We've been watching Paulie a lot lately mainly because of his current (and inexplicable to us and even his fellow travelers) infatuation with Michelle Erstikaitis. Oh, by the way, he's now promoting her, "art" and an autobiography he's claiming she's writing:
In any case, Paulie isn't just promoting Ms. Erstikaitis' cause. He's also continuing to speak at meetings of organized, violent racists:
According to Billy Roper, Paulie is one of those guest speakers:
Ah, yes. Blood and Honour. Here are a few examples of the fine folks Paulie will be speaking to:
Hey! That's Carolyne in the last picture (one of the targets of the bombing in Calgary last November). Looks like she's moved on quite quickly after her relationship with Sturrup ended. We wonder if immigration officials are aware of her down in the United States?
We've mentioned Billy Roper, the founder and leader of White Revolution, a few times on this blog now. Roper is also currently running as a write-in candidate for governor of Arkansas. He's also someone who claims affiliation with the Tea Party movement and believes that a large number of disaffected White voters will look to him to stem the time of the Black/Hispanic/Jewish menace that he seems to believe exists.
Recently the NAACP have called out leaders within the Tea Party movement to disavow and condemn racist elements that have been attracted to the anti-government rhetoric. In response, some Tea Party activists are claiming that the NAACP is actually the racist organization (as evidenced by the now widely discredited Shirley Sherrod non-story) and have stated that the movement they represent is not racist.
Perhaps ironically, Billy Roper and his followers agree with the NAACP, though instead of believing that racism should be condemned, Roper etal believe it should be (and is in many cases already) embraced:
Bro Ryan is an interesting character as well. Here are some of the tattoos he's talking about that have received compliments:
And a few other interesting screen shots too:
Sadly the pictures aren't very large so we can't see a lot of details, but we would sure like to see a picture of that state senator in the second picture.