Valued Destiny Comes To Nothing

3 Jun

Oooh, oppressed Nazis. Thanks for the heads up, Tata.

Poor Impulse Control

This right here is the stuff:

Nazi-Naming Dad Fights for Right to See His Son

Bring it, New Jersey.

Dressed in a Nazi uniform, Heath Campbell marched into a New Jersey courthouse to petition a family court judge to allow him to see his youngest son.

“I’m going to tell the judge, I love my children. I wanna be a father, let me be it,” Campbell told NBC10 Monday before court proceedings. “Let me prove to the world that I am a good father.”

The closed-door hearing at Hunterdon County Family Court in Flemington, N.J., was being held to determine whether the 40-year-old father of four, who gave his children Nazi-inspired names, could visit with his 2-year-old son Heinrich Hons Campbell.

My sister Daria lives out there. I must know if she’s scanning PTA meetings for men wearing epaulets.

The boy was 16 hours old in November 2011 when he…

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4 Responses to “Valued Destiny Comes To Nothing”

  1. mieprowan 2013/06/03 at 9:01 pm #

    I especially like the video where this dude waltzes up to the courthouse in full Nazi regalia plus large swastika tattooed on neck, and announces that people should be more concerned about what he is on the inside.


  2. Delphyne 2013/06/04 at 11:59 am #

    I live in NJ, and from what I understand, there is a lot of this sort of thing going in that area. I laughed at that statement above – as if Nazis were good either on the inside or out.


  3. JayinPhiladelphia 2013/06/04 at 11:42 pm #

    The Kensington incident mentioned in this post…

    …was right down the street from me. Port Richmond is the next neighborhood over.

    Northern Liberties is the neighborhood just south of us.

    Years of boxing lessons as a youth taught me to throw a troublesome punch or three, and if I ever come across these ‘artists,’ they’re going to need serious dental work.

    I was told on Daily Kos last year, just before I was kicked out, that there is no more antisemitism these days, though. And if there is, it’s somehow our fault.

    I tend to reject that thesis, myself.


    • mieprowan 2013/06/04 at 11:58 pm #

      No, there is no anti-Semitism, or misogyny, or racism, or gay bashing. All gone. Pffft.

      That’s my biggest beef with GOS, the idea that squashing any such callouts is somehow healing. It’s enabling. Anything that cannot be discussed will fester.

      Thanks for the links. That’s so cute how they did their restaurant sign. We have so few Jewish people here, and thus no Jewish deli. I grew up on Jewish deli, good stuff.


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