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Post By John Derbyshire on 04/10/2020
The Radio Derb transcript is up for April 3. Go here to read or listen. Playlist: 00m52s  Virus agnosticism.  (But politicians have to do something.) 05m48s  The Jobpocalypse, cont.  (Into the unknown.) 11m03s  A reality check?  (Nah, we hate reality.) 18m40s  Despotism's advantage.  (China in the age of Big Data.) 26m37s  China's immigration policy.  (With strong public support.) 29m20s  One for t...
Post By Steve Sailer on 04/10/2020
German scientists have been studying their country’s hardest hit district, Heinsberg near the Dutch border. They are focusing on a traditional Carnival party on February 15 as the local superspreader event. From The Guardian: … A hundred days after a Chinese government website announced the discovery of a “pneumonia of unknown cause”, it has become clearer that the dynamics behind the virus’s rap...
Post By Jack Dalton on 04/10/2020
One of the more outspoken advocates for truth has been silenced. Mike Cernovich, the author of MAGA Mindset and Gorilla Mindset, as well as a highly influential Twitter personality, has now joined the ranks of those espousing just a little too much truth as Amazon has banned his documentary Hoaxed (interestingly, the DVD of the movie is still available at Jeff Bezos site) from being streamed on the...
Post By Paul Kersey on 04/10/2020
Previously by : Madison, Wisconsin Is 8% Black: In 2018, 83% of Homicides and 69% of Gun Crime Were Committed by Blacks Diversity. Inclusion. Equity. Tolerance (D.I.E.T.). The only people still believing Martin Luther King’s nonsense about  judging people by the "content of their character" instead of the "color of their skin” are white people. And at what point does white people’s nearly exclusive...
Article By Sam Dickson on 04/09/2020

See also: Jason DeParle's Unpatriotic Struggle Against John Tanton And Patriotic Immigration Reform

I read Peter Brimelow’s lengthy piece on the lawsuit against the New York Times. Two quick—at least, I hope I can be quick instead of being verbose as I usually am—comments:

  1. New York Times Co. v. Sullivan

Years ago when I was a student at the University of Georgia in the late sixties, a few years after the Sullivan decision, I was at a party.

One of the other kids there was a graduate student whom I did not know and don't remember. It was a "normie" party of just a bunch of students, random friends of one of my nonpolitical friends.

He mentioned that he had majored in journalism and I asked him what he thought about the Sullivan case.

He was surprisingly blasé about it. Didn't really champion it. Didn't really criticize it.

But one thing he said was very interesting and I have never forgotten it.

He said that when the Sullivan case came out, the journalism professors were ecstatic. They were running up and down the halls screaming for joy. They told the students that journalists could now say virtually anything they wanted to. Didn't have to worry about liability. Didn't have to verify facts. Just Heaven!

The journalism graduate student did mention that he was surprised and put off at this gloating and delight at being unchained from responsibility to check sources and be careful of facts.

  1. Jason DeParle:

I have had one encounter with DeParle [Email him] and it mirrors your own.

Some years ago the New York Times put together a hit piece on U.S. Inc. founder John Tanton researched and written by DeParle. (Pictured right.)

DeParle, right, called me at my office and left a message that he worked for the New York Times and wanted to interview me.

I was somewhat reluctant but Jared Taylor urged me to contact him because if I didn't, he would cite my refusal to talk as validating whatever the article said.

So, I called him.

We spoke for a long time…about 45 minutes.

Letter By VDARE.com Reader on 04/09/2020
From: An Anonymous Legal Professional [Email him] I used to work in the Supreme Court of New York County at 60 Centre Street. The building's back door opens into Chinatown, and within a two-minute walk you pass by local stores with signs displayed in Chinese characters. Anything unusual about them? They have tables outside the store containing large, water-filled open tanks within which swim fish, ...
Article By Patrick J. Buchanan on 04/09/2020

Easter may not bring America the victory in the war against the coronavirus pandemic that President Donald Trump anticipated. But in this Holy Week, we may be reaching our Saratoga moment, our turning point.

While New York state reported a record number of deaths from the virus on Tuesday, over 1,800, new hospitalizations were down.

Referrals of patients to ICUs were down. Intubations were down. And the discharge rate for patients from hospitals was holding steady.

The thousands of ventilators Gov. Andrew Cuomo had been crying out for are, apparently, not immediately needed. The U.S. Navy hospital ship Comfort moored on the Hudson with a capacity of 1,000 beds remains largely empty. So, too, are the thousands of beds in Manhattan's Javits Center, which has been converted into an emergency hospital.

"We are flattening the curve," exulted Cuomo on Wednesday, "Thank God. Thank God. Thank God."

Predictions of 1 million to 2 million U.S. deaths are no longer heard.

Post By Federale on 04/09/2020
Deep State saboteurs in ICE SVU are executing a mass jailbreak for illegal aliens in custody— this despite the fact that the China Flu is plateauing and of little public health concern in the custody environment.  To date there has been no outbreak in any jail or prison in the United States.  The ICE SVU jail break is part of a campaign of sabotage of immigration enforcement just as the border shut...
Post By Paul Kersey on 04/09/2020
Previously by Paul Kersey: Her Name Is Melanie L. Crow: Honoring the Life of the White Female Who Lost Her Life in the Racial Terror Attack on Burnette Chapel Church in Nashville in 2017 You know the drill by now, but it doesn’t make it any easier: were the races reversed, this would be biggest story in the world. A white guy stabbing to death three black women would be front-page news on every maj...
Post By Peter Brimelow on 04/08/2020
In my star-crossed ECUSA, April 8 is the feast day of William Augustus Muhlenberg, a symbol of early Anglo-American assimilationism in that he had Pennsylvania German ancestors, one of whom was a member of the First and Second Continental Congresses and became Speaker of the House of Representatives, before he himself converted to Episcopalianism reportedly because of its use of English. Muhlenberg...
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By Sam Dickson on 04/09/2020

See also: Jason DeParle's Unpatriotic Struggle Against John Tanton And Patriotic Immigration Reform

I read Peter Brimelow’s lengthy piece on the lawsuit against the New York Times. Two quick—at least, I hope I can be quick instead of being verbose as I usually am—comments:

  1. New York Times Co. v. Sullivan

Years ago when I was a student at the University of Georgia in the late sixties, a few years after the Sullivan decision, I was at a party.

One of the other kids there was a graduate student whom I did not know and don't remember. It was a "normie" party of just a bunch of students, random friends of one of my nonpolitical friends.

He mentioned that he had majored in journalism and I asked him what he thought about the Sullivan case.

He was surprisingly blasé about it. Didn't really champion it. Didn't really criticize it.

But one thing he said was very interesting and I have never forgotten it.

He said that when the Sullivan case came out, the journalism professors were ecstatic. They were running up and down the halls screaming for joy. They told the students that journalists could now say virtually anything they wanted to. Didn't have to worry about liability. Didn't have to verify facts. Just Heaven!

The journalism graduate student did mention that he was surprised and put off at this gloating and delight at being unchained from responsibility to check sources and be careful of facts.

  1. Jason DeParle:

I have had one encounter with DeParle [Email him] and it mirrors your own.

Some years ago the New York Times put together a hit piece on U.S. Inc. founder John Tanton researched and written by DeParle. (Pictured right.)

DeParle, right, called me at my office and left a message that he worked for the New York Times and wanted to interview me.

I was somewhat reluctant but Jared Taylor urged me to contact him because if I didn't, he would cite my refusal to talk as validating whatever the article said.

So, I called him.

We spoke for a long time…about 45 minutes.

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 04/09/2020

Easter may not bring America the victory in the war against the coronavirus pandemic that President Donald Trump anticipated. But in this Holy Week, we may be reaching our Saratoga moment, our turning point.

While New York state reported a record number of deaths from the virus on Tuesday, over 1,800, new hospitalizations were down.

Referrals of patients to ICUs were down. Intubations were down. And the discharge rate for patients from hospitals was holding steady.

The thousands of ventilators Gov. Andrew Cuomo had been crying out for are, apparently, not immediately needed. The U.S. Navy hospital ship Comfort moored on the Hudson with a capacity of 1,000 beds remains largely empty. So, too, are the thousands of beds in Manhattan's Javits Center, which has been converted into an emergency hospital.

"We are flattening the curve," exulted Cuomo on Wednesday, "Thank God. Thank God. Thank God."

Predictions of 1 million to 2 million U.S. deaths are no longer heard.

By Lance Welton on 04/08/2020

Earlier: Blacks Want Reporting Of Coronavirus Victims Because Of "Hardest Hit," Media Refusing Because Of "Not Reporting Race" Rules

Comrades! I have some important news. The Inner Party has issued a decree. The Main Stream Media can now talk about racial differences in the impact of Covid-19 (a piece of Thoughtcrime I have been committing since February 1, almost alone). They can’t be entirely honest about why these differences exist. However, it is permitted to highlight the fact of their existence.

This is because Covid-19 seems to be disproportionately impacting American blacks. So it can be used as an excuse to claim that elevated minority deaths are due to “inequality” and “white privilege.” In other words, race differences in the impact of Covid-19 in majority white countries can be weaponized in order evoke guilt in whites and help bring their majority status to an end.

So, let’s look at how our Woke masters are reporting this fact and the reasons for it, which naturally, they are only partially reporting or, in some cases, ignoring entirely.

The manifestly politically neutral Ibram X. Kendi [Tweet him] Director of the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University, recently penned a piece on how the pandemic “seems to be hitting people of color the hardest” [What the Racial Data Show, By Ibram. X. Kendi, The Atlantic, April 6, 2020]. In it, In it, Kendi, pictured right, explains that “last week” he began to campaign to have detailed Covid-19 racial data released by every state because—

When I examine the trickle of data from states and counties on coronavirus patients, when I scrutinize the racial demographics of hot spots, when I study the survey data, it sure seems to me as if the viral pandemic is hitting people of color the hardest.”

In New York, for example, racial disparities could only be crudely estimated from the number of Covid-19 deaths in a given borough, taken together with the ethnic composition of the borough. But where actual race data has been released, notes Kendi, it is bad news for “people of color.” Michigan is 14% black but 40% of Covid-19 deaths are black. 

By Ann Coulter on 04/08/2020


Earlier: Public Health Officials, Media Need To Report Coronavirus Deaths By Race

It’s probably a coincidence, but I notice that as businesses go under, jobs are lost, careers are ended and trillions of dollars are drained from the economy, the people most avidly pushing the coronavirus panic are doing quite well.

No politician or government official has taken a salary cut. To the contrary, dusty bureaucrats now find the entire country transfixed by their every utterance. Cable news hosts still make millions of dollars—and now they get to work from home!

Annoyingly, though, journalists can’t seem to relay the basic elements of a news story: who, what, where and why.

First, who’s dying? It appears to be mostly the old, people with specific medical conditions and vapers.

To be sure, that’s not as important as daily updates on Chris Cuomo’s personal battle with the coronavirus, but it might be kind of important to the 17 million Americans who’ve been thrown out of work, many of whom are not elderly, immunocompromised or vapers.

Second, the “what.” What exactly constitutes a “coronavirus death”?

By Michelle Malkin on 04/07/2020

Earlier, by Washington Watcher II: WuFlu Brings Anarcho-Tyranny To America

LiveStream with Michelle Malkin and Peter Brimelow here at 3:00 PM Eastern, Wednesday, April 8, 2020.

This week in Colorado, our statewide stay-at-home order was extended until April 26. Gov. Jared Polis urged everyone to wear a mask of any kind while outdoors. Local groceries are limiting customers to one every 120 square feet of the store. For the first time, my neighborhood playground on Tuesday was wrapped in bright yellow "CAUTION" tape. And in Brighton, Colorado, a father was handcuffed in an empty park by three police officers for playing T-ball with his 6-year-old daughter and wife.

We are not a serious country. America's "social distancing" campaign has gone both too far and not far enough. The restrictions and guidelines are arbitrary, irrational and unevenly applied.

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