NAZIS In IDAHO? But How Could That Be!
Big doin's in Northern Idaho, where folks in the town of Sandpoint have been getting weirdass robocalls warning of Jewish Supremacy from Patrick Little, a neo-Nazi and failed US Senate candidate from California, who wants to let them know he's picked their fine city as a "regional capital" for -- well, he doesn't quite say what, but we're guessing it's a White Utopia. Or another one. These guys set up White Utopias more often than that one place in your town briefly hosts different failed businesses. You know the one, still looks like a Pizza Hut no matter what goes in there.
Now, Yr Doktor Zoom has not received one of these calls, because he lives in the cosmopolitan enclave of Boise, way at the other end of the state, where we have liberals and everything. Sandpoint, up north in the panhandle, is just 30 miles north of where the Aryan Nations had their own little White Utopia, until it was sued out of existence. The departure of that bunch of Nazis notwithstanding, northern Idaho remains popular with crazies who think surely all the other white separatists will flock to the place if only a really charismatic leader calls them to. And since he came in an embarrassing 12th place in California's June primary for the US Senate seat held by Dianne Feinstein, Little seems to have decided Sandpoint and White America needs him to be that charismatic leader.
The Spokane Spokesman-Review obtained audio of the robocalls, which naturally enough feature Little bloviating over the theme music from "Friends," because don't you get it, he's out to end Jewish control of America, and that show is full of Jews? Truly, he is timely:
America has a Jewish problem. To the people of Sandpoint, Bonner County, North Idaho: My name is Patrick Little, and I'll be arriving shortly to make Sandpoint one of my new regional capitals throughout the country. This area has a reputation as a home to people with the moral courage to recognize the consequences of diversity.
No, he really doesn't explain that "regional capital" thing beyond saying Sandpoint has been chosen, hahaha. Little lets the listener know he's currently traveling the ENTIRE NATION, and
engaging with folks on the problems we face and how to solve them together as the extended family our European people are. Some issues are tough to talk about, but one thing the Marine Corps taught me is to face the tasks that are tough.
The Jews. He means talking about the Jews. Also the mongrel races. Little pledges to swing by Sandpoint in mid-August for a friendly chat with his extended European family, and says "I'd be honored if you come up and let me shake your hand." We'd suggest anyone taking him up on the offer palm a wet dog turd and give him a firm Trump handshake. As he happens to know, it's his kind of place, whether he's been there or not:
North Idaho has some of the best people anywhere, brought up in the old American pioneer spirit of hard work, family values, common sense, and fighting off the nation-wrecking plans of leftists – and their Jewish controllers who aim to ruin our people forever.
The Spokesman-Review piece explains Little does at least have one very vocal fan in Sandpoint, a dude named Scott D. Rhodes, who also came from California, apparently expecting to find his own White Utopia. Rhodes has made a pest of himself with anti-Jewish and anti-minority robocalls in Sandpoint, to nearby Spokane, Washington, and to towns in California. Rhodes also sent robocalls urging Californians to vote for Little, in which he called Feinstein a "traitorous Jew." That one ended with a clip from Schindler's List, of a little girl shouting "Goodbye, Jews! Goodbye, Jews!"
Asked if he wanted to renounce that fine supportive messaging, Little told the San Francisco Chronicle, "Show me the lie, and I will consider renouncing it."
Another Rhodes robocall around the same time asked listeners to "relocate to North Idaho, where very white is very right" and praised the area as "one of the freest places left in the United States, specifically 'cause it's one of the whitest places left." But first, of course, vote the Jew down the well.
Little didn't return messages sent to him by the Spokesman-Review about the latest Idaho robocalls, and if there are any specifics about that alleged mid-August visit, they aren't out in public yet. Probably to fool the Jewish Controllers! Little's stupid campaign website hasn't featured any updates since his June 18 announcement insisting the election was clearly stolen from him and vowing to find out how the vote was rigged. His Twitter account has been silent since May, no doubt because of (((them))) too. Maybe someone should let him know Sandpoint's already past saving: The mayor is a Democrat, and it was the first city in Idaho to pass a municipal ordinance prohibiting discrimination against the gays.
How about the North Pole? Pretty white up there, and since global warming is fake, no worries about it vanishing like so much other white nonsense.
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Doktor Zoom's real name is Marty Kelley, and he lives in the wilds of Boise, Idaho. He is not a medical doctor, but does have a real PhD in Rhetoric. You should definitely donate some money to this little mommyblog where he has finally found acceptance and cat pictures. He is on maternity leave until 2033. Here is his Twitter, also. His quest to avoid prolixity is not going so great.