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Post By Steve Sailer on 10/30/2020
The New York Times is committed to bringing you almost as much late-breaking Angela Davis news as its stop-the-presses Emmett Till coverage. Angela Davis’s name has come up in the NYT 48 times over the last year, almost once per week. In contrast, the last time the Times has mentioned the name of Harold Haley, the judge whose head was blown off by the shotgun Davis had purchased two days earlier, ...
Post By Paul Nachman on 10/29/2020
Although VDARE.com's main focus over the years has been about what mass immigration—both illegal and legal—is doing to the American nation and its future, the underlying concern here is The National Question: Can the U.S. survive as a nation-state, the political expression of a particular people, a polity?  Clearly, today's mass immigration, strengthened by our regime of indifferent assimilation, m...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/29/2020
From the New York Times science section: Ancient Dog DNA Shows Early Spread Around the Globe Research on fossil canine genomes is expanding and producing some surprises about the lives of dogs and humans in prehistoric times. By James GormanOct. 29, 2020, 2:00 p.m. ET … The new report in the journal Science pushes ancient DNA studies of dogs to a new level, but raises as many questions as it ans...
Letter By VDARE.com Reader on 10/29/2020
Re: Anthony Boehm's article The Great Replacement: Newark NJ vs. Minneapolis MN From: Chris In Jersey City [Email him] Thanks to Anthony Boehm for his  article on Newark. I am a resident of Jersey City and I witnessed my town go through a similar transformation, for my parents' generation to mine from the 1950s to the 1980s. Black violence. Dysfunction. Antisocial behavior and hostility. It drove h...
Post By Peter Brimelow on 10/29/2020
A brief Twitter thread, screenshotted to protect it from Twitter deletion. Click images to go directly to articles. [Video here.]   ...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/29/2020
From the New York Times, an advice column on how to be an even more insufferable anti-white harpy than you already are, a Karen Against Racism. How to Be an Active Bystander When You See Casual Racism Oct. 29, 2020 By Ruth Terry We’ve all been there. At a dinner party. In line at the post office. On a Zoom meeting. You can feel it coming: that awful joke your friend likes to tell about immigr...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/29/2020
Earlier: Pop Smoke: Aspiring Rappers Versus Expiring Rappers From Google: Also from Google: I see now that Paul Kersey beat me to this joke by five years. [Comment at Unz.com]   ...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/29/2020
From Glenn Greenwald’s Wikipedia bio: Glenn Edward Greenwald (born March 6, 1967) is an American journalist, author, and former attorney. He is best known for publishing a series of reports detailing previously unknown information about American and British global surveillance programs. These reports were based on classified documents provided by Edward Snowden. Greenwald worked as a constituti...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/29/2020
Psychologist Jean Twenge has been writing for several years about the impact of smartphones / social media on the mental health of young Americans. She has new data today: I would add that it also looks like the Great Awokening—which barely existed in 2011, got kicked off in 2012 with Trayvon and the Obama re-election campaign’s revivification of feminism, and locked into gear in 2013—sure didn’t ...
Post By James Fulford on 10/29/2020
See, also: GUARDIAN Breathlessly Reports Stephen Miller's Planned "Second-term Immigration Blitz"—It's What Americans Voted For In The FIRST Term The NYT has a story called  An architect of Trump’s hard-line immigration policies claims that Biden is ‘a radical outlier.’ by Michael Crowley, October 28, 2020. It's full of Democrat talking point BS like Mr. Miller also claimed, without evidence, that ...
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By Patrick J. Buchanan on 10/29/2020

Of the presidents in the modern era, many have been dealt a difficult hand by history, but perhaps none more so than Donald Trump.

In 1952, Harry Truman was in his third year of a stalemated war in Korea that was costing 200 American lives every week. He lost the New Hampshire primary to Sen. Estes Kefauver and decided to pack it in.

In 1968, Lyndon B. Johnson had also been challenged in New Hampshire, by Sen. Eugene McCarthy. And, he, too, had on his hands a seemingly endless Asian war if he was not prepared to escalate militarily and add hundreds of thousands more troops to the 500,000 already in Vietnam.

By James Kirkpatrick on 10/29/2020

Philadelphia was under curfew last night and Danielle Outlaw, the black lady police chief newly hired after her stellar performance in Portland OR, is breast-beating about her force’s need for more mental health social workers [Philadelphia pledges better response after shooting death of Walter Wallace Jr., 6ABC.com, October 29, 2020]. Of course, this is completely irrelevant to the beat cops’ urgent need to protect themselves from Walter Wallace Jr., the “aspiring rapper” who attacked them with a knife, and to the city’s imperative need to assert law and order—the absence of which most hurts decent blacks, as Thomas Sowell has pointed out—if necessary by ruthless coercion. Riots are the new normal for America if President Trump is not re-elected—and maybe if he is. But Joe Biden tepidly condemned the recent riots only after expressing “shock and grief” about “another Black life in America lost” [Biden, Harris Express ‘Shock and Grief’ Over Police Shooting of Walter Wallace Jr., by Brian X. McCrone, 10 Philadelphia, October 27, 2020].

This was a fairly straightforward incident of an armed criminal being put down by police. If even this causes riots that the authorities are too Politically Correct to stop, every interaction between police and blacks can turn into an inferno. It means this country is on a permanent war footing.

One of the bizarre undercurrents of the Black Lives Matter movement is how the “victims” seem to be declining in quality. George Floyd had a lengthy criminal record, held a gun to a pregnant woman’s stomach, and died from a drug overdose but at least the initial video (dishonestly presented by the MSM) portrayed him as sympathetic. Someone could at least say that regardless of a person’s criminal record or evasive behavior, police shouldn’t be allowed to act in a certain way.

Then there was Jacob Blake, who was shot by police after his girlfriend called in a domestic violence dispute. He broke away from officers and reached into a car, something that would get just about anyone shot. Nonetheless, because he was at least shot in the back, Democrat vice-presidential nominee Kamala Harris could meet with the family for what Ben Crump called an “inspiring and uplifting visit” [Kamala Harris meets with Jacob Blake’s family in Wisconsin, by Jason Silverstein, CBS News, September 8, 2020].

Now, there’s Walter Wallace Jr., who had a long history of abusing and threatening women, including family members. He approached police with a weapon. What do you think is going to happen?

By Ann Coulter on 10/28/2020

I’m not at liberty to reveal my sources, but I have obtained a draft of President Joe Biden’s inaugural address. (Trump, unfortunately, won’t be there to hear it. He will be holding a competing rally at RFK Stadium, also starting at 12 noon on Jan. 20.)

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Ladies and gentlemen, members of the fairer sex, the unfair sex, the transgenders, queers, what have you.

Women and gentlemen!

I’ve known women—my wife, my sister—no, that’s my wife! I mean my wife over here. The fat one.

I mean: The fact is, they switched on me!

Anyway, standing here today on the steps of the capitol of Wilmington—I should say, standing here today on the steps of the Capitol in the state of Washington, as we do every year, we have this peaceful transfer of power—I should say, every four years.

Which is a Big F—ing Deal! I used to say that to Barack all the time.

I see him out there! He’s the articulate, bright and clean one.

As I was coming over here on this brisk June day, I started thinking, why is it that Joe Biden is the first in his family ever to go to a university? My ancestors, Welsh coal miners, would come up after 12 hours underground and play cricket for hours. Were they not smart? Were they not strong, mate?

And so, as I look out at this wonderful crowd—what’s that from the fella in the back? You say I’m not Welsh and my father was a Chevrolet dealer in Wilmington?

By James Kirkpatrick on 10/27/2020

The lives of President Barack Obama and Vice-Presidential nominee Kamala Harris have striking similarities. Both came from relatively privileged backgrounds. Both fit the needs of the Democratic Party’s new coalition. Both are “black” but via foreign parents:  neither share the experience of African-Americans descended from slaves. And both support and symbolize “The Great Awokening,” the American Left’s dramatic recent shift from liberal to Cultural Marxist values, which apparently makes affluent whites feel good about themselves but is reaping a terrible toll on the very people (poor blacks in inner cities) that the movement claims to be defending.

On Monday, Steve Sailer joined me for a discussion of his 2016 book America’s Half-Blood Prince: Barack Obama’s ‘Story of Race and Inheritance', which is the latest selection in the VDARE Book Club. What struck me most throughout our discussion is the feeling that we have been through this before. After all, it was the urban riots and anti-police rhetoric of Obama’s second term that helped Donald Trump win the White House. As Steve said yesterday, after the 2016 Dallas Black Lives Matter shooting that took the lives of five police officers and is accordingly now memory-holed, he thought to himself: “So Donald Trump is going to be the next President of the United States.” Will President Trump be re-elected by a country fed up with riots and violence?

Of course, there are some differences this time around. Monday night’s looting and attacks on police in Philadelphia barely made the Main Stream Media. Digital deplatforming and anarcho-tyranny have made it far more difficult for any opposition to mobilize against the neo-Jacobins in the streets.

President Donald Trump was elected because his opponents underestimated both him and the power of his nationalist message. But rather than rethinking their campaign of hatred against the Historic American Nation, the lesson that MSM journalists and the Ruling Class as a whole took from 2016 was that repression needs to be intensified.

Perhaps they are right that this was the best tactic. Either way, Kamala Harris would certainly be willing to put the power of the state behind the oligarchs who are already doing their best to silence us.

By Michelle Malkin on 10/27/2020

Earlier, 2017: "It Will Come To Blood"—Reflections On The Left's Anti-Trump Inauguration Tantrum and It Has Come To Blood: Riots Are Getting More Dangerous Every Day

Ready or not, here they come. The ground troops of the anti-Donald Trump resistance aren't just biding their time until Election Day for Hidin' Joe Biden. Hell no. They're making their direct action checklists and checking them twice. They're training for instigating.

No matter the outcome at the ballot box, the left-wing mob is prepared to disrupt and destroy nationwide in the name of preserving "democracy."

Four weeks ago, I exposed the pot-bangers and lawn-crashers of the Sunrise Movement. That's the constantly morphing, full-time front group for the Sierra Club that nurtures rent-a-rioters to agitate for everything from the "Green New Deal," to Black Lives Matter and the "defund the police" movement, to the attacks at private homes of Senate Republicans—who just delivered the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett. Another key social justice player, ShutDown D.C., is teaming with Sunrise Movement guerilla warriors to mobilize students, community organizers and even federal employees to take to the streets on Nov. 3.

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