December 29, 2006, - 3:49 pm

Happy New Year! & Introducing My New Fave Rock Group

By Debbie Schlussel
To my friends and readers, I wish you a Happy and Healthy New Year. May your, my, and our 2007 be a productive and peaceful year.
May we stem the endless attack on traditional values and roles, the endless glorification of stupidity in every arena of society, and the bottomless defining of deviancy down in America. May we be free from terrorist attacks and the weakening of our national security in the name of political correctness and kowtowing to Islam. And may we vanquish the enemy. G-d save our freedom. And long live our rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
And, on that note, please enjoy these videos (the second one is better and has full lyrics–but the song doesn’t start until 2 minutes in; the first one is a couple minutes shorter) from my new favorite rockers, “Stuck Mojo.” Watch ‘em both! If you like this site, I guarantee you’ll enjoy them, whether or not their genre of music is your thing (it’s definitely mine):



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17 Responses

I nominate these guys official band of the resistance. Let’s hope they get all of those asleep in America fired up!

Skippy on December 29, 2006 at 4:20 pm

See also the Israeli hardcore group, Retribution:
http://www.alt-project.com/retribution/

Jeremiah on December 29, 2006 at 7:28 pm

Yo yo…you finally up & going gangsta on me:)
Your little klannies gonna run when they see you niggaluvin’ though

EminemsRevenge on December 29, 2006 at 7:32 pm

This should play once every hour everyday on MTV.
Happy new year to everyone!

nyone on December 29, 2006 at 7:46 pm

The people from CAIR will have a VERY rude awakening if they ever come down here to Tennessee to talk their shit…..This is the HOME of the Bible Belt. They’ll probably give ‘em a snake to handle and turn ‘em over to the Klan for disposal. Rednecks down here don’t “play”, they DO. Remember the “to do” over The Commandments in public buildings? The people here went nuts and posted them on their lawns…everywhere!

Tonto on December 29, 2006 at 9:25 pm

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
I used to be a Juggalo,
but now I’m gonna listen to Stuck Mojo.

Norman Blitzer on December 29, 2006 at 11:37 pm

Thank you Debbie,
I saw this video somewhere and loved it, wanted to show it to my husband and couldn’t find it. I went to your site tonight and there it was!! So thanks a bunch.
I thank God for you. You are my hope for a better future. Where do you find your strength, wisdom and clarity?
I’ve only been reading your comments for about a month and I am amazed and impressed. I am so glad to see that there are other people out there that
seem to understand what’s at stake. Other than contributing here, does anyone have any suggestions what we as citizens can do to change things?

Theawakenedone on December 30, 2006 at 12:32 am

WOW…. I’ve never been a fan of rap… I guess because the messages were often so negative and I turned off the whole genera… But I must say…this was a powerful piece… I actually feel tears of ???? Joy? Frustration? Sadness? Paralysis? So many feelingsÔø? Building up since 9/11. Watching the complacency of this nation is like watching a loved one in a slow motion fall to their death. . WAKE UPÔø?. Pull the cord peopleÔø? stop the fall! Wake up! I think IÔø?ve figured it outÔø? these are tears of hope too. God bless you all and a happy new year to you and our nation. And a special thank you to Debbie and may she continue to shake us awake for many years to come!!

Elephas Maximus on December 30, 2006 at 1:51 pm

Love the music and the lyrics.
Happy New Year Debbie and all Infidels!
God Bless!

Independent Conservative on December 30, 2006 at 5:08 pm

If ya’all loved “OPEN SEASON”, then don’t forget to check out the link MoJo provided for a powerful ‘must read’ article offered at the end of the remix video. Here’s the link add:
jihadwatch.org/archives/014450.php or Google
+ “john lewis” ! “no substitute for victory”
NO SUBSTITUTE FOR VICTORY
The DEFEAT of Islamic Totalitarianism
Author: John Lewis
This article was adapted from a lecture presented by John Lewis at the Ayn Rand Institute’s OCON conference “The Jihad Against the West” in Boston, MA, on October 21, 2006.
There ought to be a way to get a copy of this presentation AND the “Open Season” video to each attendee at the next Joint Staff briefing. Although secretive, the Pentagon‚Äôs joint staff suggests the GWOT will be a “Long War” perhaps 100 years duration.
http://www.geostrategy-direct.com/geostrategy-direct/secure/2006/12_27/ba.asp?
While the Joint Staff understands that Al Qaeda plans to restablish a caliphate by 2020 – why estimate a 100 year long conflict unless it’s already concluded that there is a complete lack of will to do what is necessary to derail Al Qaeda’s plan?

justamomof4 on December 30, 2006 at 11:18 pm

Just so everybody knows, Stuck Mojo is up for the Anti-idiotarian of the year award at LGF:
http://littlegreenfootballs.com/weblog/?entry=23829_Fiskie-Fallaci_Voting_Update&only
No way they’ll come in first at this point but at least we can keep them from coming in at the bottom. Go by and pump up their total a bit for encouragement!

TBinSTL on December 31, 2006 at 5:54 am

sonomaca linked to this on your blog in honor of one of your lovely stalking morons. Not my typical genre–but I OVE the energy and the message–wish they could make a family version less the expletives so I could promote it more…but I guess that wouldn’t be gangsta enough–just a suggestion–cause I DO LOVE it.

BB on December 31, 2006 at 3:41 pm

Don’t forget to stop by their website where you can download the whole album in mp3 clips and read all the lyrics. Not all are so full of rage and profanity, well, mostly……
http://www.stuckmojomedia.com/

TBinSTL on December 31, 2006 at 5:54 pm

Just stopping in to wish you a very happy New Year!
I do have something I feel holds merit to say along with this wish.
Looking back I have to admit, when I first visited your site I came in anger over one of your posts. I had never heard of you before and my first impression was not positive by any means.
I came back to see if that subject progressed…then I came back because the opinions offered were so drastic compared to mine, I’ve always enjoyed a good debate, so that worked.
And then…as time passed I found myself agreeing with you on some subjects. (I shocked myself with that one)
Now before I will venture into a debate, form a solid opinion, or take a stand on anything, I consider it my personal responsibility to educate myself on the subject, examine it from as many sources, angles and viewpoints as possible and ensure the opinions I voice are my own. I refuse to make a stand on someone else’s soap box, I learned from experience that doing so put you at risk of standing for something horribly wrong and even cause severe undue harm to others. Well over the course of time I have been visiting your site, I’ve also done my own research on subjects of interst you post, (I admit in the beginning in hopes of shooting you down with researched facts)instead I’ve found I agree with your opinions more often than I would have imagined.
Over this time I’ve also learned more about who you are, and although I might not always agree with your opinions I’ve come to understand where you are coming from and respect that.
The images you have posted of the Muslims in your area portray an environment quite different from mine or any of my experiences, although we aren’t all that far from each other. Here you might see someone in a sari but you don’t see people wearing whole body covering traditional muslim garb. I can only think of a small handful of women I’ve seen wearing scarfs (other than the head full of curlers or keeping their hair from blowing around ones) and maybe slightly more men with their big white nightshirts. We don’t have people demanding special accomodations because of their religion, in fact you wouldn’t even know the muslims here were actually muslims unless you asked them, and those I have discussed religion with have been courtous and willing to openly discuss differing opinions.
So in closing, you have forced to become more educated regarding certain issues, I’ve learned much, and gained something positive where I least expected it. Thank you :)
One thing I will NEVER agree with you on though….your belief that my Brit, my Geordie hubby, is a arab muslim terrorist! LOL ;)
Have a great, happy, healthy and peaceful New Year :)

PsychoKat on December 31, 2006 at 8:33 pm

Happy New Years but I still like Gary Lee Weinrib, Alexander Zivojinovich and Neil Peart.

KOAJaps on January 1, 2007 at 5:44 am

Not nearly as hardcore, but you might like the songs from these guys as well …
http://www.islamcomicbook.com/
Happy New Year all …

ComicTragedy on January 1, 2007 at 1:15 pm

Thank you, to justamomof4 for recognizing my article: “No Substitute for Victory: The Defeat of Islamic Totalitarianism.”
Read the entire piece at:
http://www.theobjectivestandard.com
Keep fighting, fellow infidels!
John Lewis

johncaseyl on January 7, 2007 at 12:03 pm

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