The 14 Words

Saturday, 4 January 2014

Meet Bill De Blasio and his Negro Family… the new mayor of Jew York!

De Blasio Tells New York, ‘We Will Not Wait’ on Inequality

Claiming his place as the 109th mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio delivered an inaugural address on Wednesday that focused on the issue of inequality, promising that the attention he gave to the subject when he was running for office was not merely campaign rhetoric. Outside City Hall, in front of an audience that included members of his family, luminaries like Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton and hundreds of ordinary New Yorkers, Mayor de Blasio spoke of the city’s history of embracing liberal causes, and he laid out a mayoralty that emphasized social and economic justice.
“We are called to put an end to economic and social inequalities that threaten to unravel the city we love,” he said. 
“And so today, we commit to a new progressive direction in New York. And that same progressive impulse has written our city’s history. It’s in our DNA.” 
He called on 
“millions of everyday New Yorkers, in every corner of our city,” for their help. “Our work begins now,” 
Mr. de Blasio told the audience, saying he would push for the development of affordable housing, the preservation of local hospitals and the expansion of prekindergarten. For several causes, he punctuated his call for action with the words: 
“We won’t wait.”
Mr. de Blasio, 52, was formally sworn in shortly after midnight in a brief ceremony in front of his family’s rowhouse in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Shortly after 1 p.m., he was ceremonially sworn in by former President Clinton, in whose administration he had served as a regional official in the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Mr. de Blasio was sworn in using a Bible once owned by Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He spoke for about 20 minutes, during a ceremony that began with hip-hop music and ended with an invitation for New Yorkers to meet the new mayor.


  1. New York, named in honour of the old Viking city in England. NY is soiled, so is that Bible.

  2. New York, ex New Amsterdam was renamed after Duke of York, later Catholic King James II . James was born on London, his father was was born in Dunfermline Scotland, his mother was born in Paris. New York was rediscovered by Portuguese Captain Estevao Gomes in 1525. As for York's history this is even more interesting; it was founded by the Romans in 71 AD, Eboracum, the local language back then was probably a sort of a Welsh dialect. Modern York possibly derives its name from the Jorvik clan, who were Danish Scandinavian invaders. They were pagans just like the Prussians and Balts; Lithuania held out against Christendom, officially, until of the end of the 14th. Century. English history is anything but simple I can assure you. One thing is certain, until fairly recently; it was a predominantly white mish mash European history.

    1. And all the healthier for it too. I could weep for our European kinfolk, we seem unable to break the Satanic spell of that swarthy, evil parasite.