View Full Version : Hooray for St Louis baseball Cardinals!
The Cardinals are champs, and their several White starting pitchers did a great job this series. But mostly hats off to David Eckstein, hard-nosed White infielder who banged out some timely hits. (Eckstein .... could he be of the Tribe? maybe, but he acts and carries himself like a decent Aryyan). He richly deserves his MVP award.
[p.s. at Cards-Nationals game August 2005, inDC stadium packed to the brim with red-clad Cardinals fans, I saw Mr. Eckstein fake a bunt on a 2-0 pitch, recock, and whip a two-run homer over the distant RFK stadium left field wall. Bravo!]
10-28-2006, 08:17 PM
According to this article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Eckstein he is NOT Jewish! Some names that appear or are thought of as Jewish are not or at least not always!
11-14-2006, 10:49 PM
It is interesting how you were able to identify a man with a name that sounded like a possible Jewish name was not likely Jewish based on his behavior. As it turns out you were right! A lot of names can be either Jewish or White Christian so that is never a positive way to tell, but behavior seems to be a very strong indicator of personís genetic background. Through, individuals can vary groups of people will trend to behavior according to their genetics. For example, there is an argument amongst the Lebanese that the Christians are decedents of the Phoenicians and the Muslims are Arab invaders. Scientist have set out to prove that they are the same and feel that they must do it or the area will spilt apart again, so they can only be trusted if they give the political incorrect answer that they are different the other answer can not be trusted. But not the two groupsí behavior differences in Australia, the Christians behaved and the Muslims are raping and rioting. And groups of Muslims that are likely Whites have behave as well there. That at minimum indicates that those are two groups that came to Australia are different and possibly that the two groups as a whole are different.
Modern family names can be most deceiving of origin. "Apfelbaum" and "Baum" are the names of prominent Jewish revolutionaries in early Soviet Russia in the 1920s, who worked against anti-Bolshevik forces and helped the "CheKa"... But a "Baum" heads up a prominent pro-White (?) organization in USofA
11-15-2006, 11:27 PM
Baum is a name of German origin that is found amongst both Christians and Jews. The word means, "Tree" in German. Some names can be both Christian and Jewish which makes use of names to identify people NOT a certainty.
The name Baum can, also, be French.
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