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By Steve Sailer on 2019-04-19 09:41:00 -0400
From the BBC: Lord Ahmed of Rotherham to face trial on child sex charges17 April 2019 Lord Ahmed of Rotherham spoke only to confirm his name, date of birth and nationally A member of the House of Lords will go on trial in December charged with historical sexual offences against children. Lord Ahmed of Rotherham appeared for a brief hearing before a judge at Sheffield Crown Court. He is charged wi...
By Steve Sailer on 2019-04-19 09:30:00 -0400
James Fulford writes in VDARE: The Fulford File: Black Privilege Is Ultimate Cause Of Minnesota Mall Atrocity James FulfordApril 18, 2019, 10:52 PM Emmanuel Aranda, a black man living in Minnesota, is alleged to have thrown Landen Hoffman, a white five year old, off the third floor of the Mall Of America. The boy is still alive but Aranda has been charged with attempted murder. (It’s likely that ...
By James Fulford on 2019-04-18 22:52:00 -0400

Fortyfootfall

Emmanuel Aranda, a black man living in Minnesota, is alleged to have thrown Landen Hoffman, a white five year old, off the third floor of the Mall Of America. The boy is still alive but Aranda has been charged with attempted murder. [Boy, 5, Who Was Thrown off Mall of America Balcony Is Making Steps Toward Recovery, Inside Edition, April 18, 2019] (It’s likely that only a child that young could have survived—an adult who falls forty feet is usually Dead Right There). Significantly, however, this incident not being treated as a hate crime by police or the Main Stream Media. That’s because of Black Privilege—and it means this sort of thing will continue.

Emmanuel Aranda is quoted by prosecutors as admitting his guilt, saying that he originally meant to do it to an adult, because he’s been rejected by women he had approached (i. e. harassed) in the mall. Prosecutors failed to say if the women he was harassing were white. Aranda had previously been removed from the mall and had a long record of trouble with the law. [Complaint: Man went to Mall of America intending to kill, Canadian Press, April 15, 2019]

Aranda is clearly bad, and dangerous person—Steve Sailer’s response (Maybe We Need More Mass Incarceration?) is the only correct one.

But while Aranda may be guilty of this assault, the people responsible are the judge and prosecutor back in his home town of Chicago who failed to put him in jail for his first assault conviction there. In Chicago, however, the justice system is apparently more concerned with not arousing the anger of blacks and “Civil Rights” organizations than with protecting the public. Call it Black Privilege.

All over America, there are “Civil Rights” organizations attacking police for enforcing the law, and attacking victims for calling the police, backed by a Main Stream Media which thinks that any law enforcement action that falls on a black is ipso facto racist.

By Brenda Walker on 2019-04-18 22:41:00 -0400
There are two great social changes occurring on the planet now that are not getting the public debate they deserve — one is automation with its associated massive job loss, and the other is population growth in the Third World. Regarding the latter, it is routinely overlooked in the current media coverage of the thousands of illegal aliens crossing America’s open border daily. We hear some about t...
By Steve Sailer on 2019-04-18 21:17:00 -0400
 From Minnesota Public Radio News: ‘Your story will be written’: Ilhan Omar’s stormy rise Politics Briana Bierschbach · Apr 18, 2019 Growing up in Somalia, Ilhan Omar’s bedtime stories were about Araweelo, a tiny queen who ruled over a kingdom where all women were leaders and all men were peasants. Araweelo’s folklore spread throughout Africa, and even long after she died, women left flowers a...
By Patrick J. Buchanan on 2019-04-18 15:58:00 -0400
"The president has said that he does not want to see this country involved in endless wars... I agree with that," Bernie Sanders told the Fox News audience at Monday's town hall meeting in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Then turning and staring straight into the camera, Bernie added: "Mr. President, tonight you have the opportunity to do something extraordinary: Sign that resolution. Saudi Arabia should...
By Brenda Walker on 2019-04-18 12:49:00 -0400
It brought back memories of politics past to hear about the death of Senator Fritz Hollings earlier this month. He lived to 97, after a long life in government from which he retired in 2004, tired of the constant fund-raising needed in his job. “I’m sick of raising money to get re-elected, so I’m going home to Charleston,” he said at the time. Hollings is remembered for his sharp tongue and fearles...
By John Derbyshire on 2019-04-18 10:10:00 -0400
The 2019 conference of Jared Taylor's American Renaissance will take place at the beautiful (and very hospitable) Montgomery Bell State Park near Nashville, Tennessee from Friday, May 17th to Sunday, May 19th. There are fuller details at the AmRen website. If you like the idea of spending a weekend among well-educated, well-dressed, well-mannered and thoughtful dissidents in a lovely setting, sign ...
By Steve Sailer on 2019-04-18 08:20:00 -0400
Who knew there were billions of people in North America? Or is that the expected population of North America once all the racists who believe in borders are dealt with? It’s fascinating how Climate Change and Migration are concepts in wholly separate silos in the MSM mind. I’m no expert, but I take the idea of Global Warming seriously because it appears that glaciers in both Europe and the United ...
By Steve Sailer on 2019-04-18 08:17:00 -0400
From Rolling Stone: How Should France Rebuild Notre Dame?Much of the structure survived the blaze — but as rebuilding efforts move forward, the country will be left with a big question: What does the cathedral mean to 21st-century France? By EJ DICKSON … But for some people in France, Notre Dame has also served as a deep-seated symbol of resentment, a monument to a deeply flawed institution and an...
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By James Fulford on 2019-04-18 22:52:00 -0400

Fortyfootfall

Emmanuel Aranda, a black man living in Minnesota, is alleged to have thrown Landen Hoffman, a white five year old, off the third floor of the Mall Of America. The boy is still alive but Aranda has been charged with attempted murder. [Boy, 5, Who Was Thrown off Mall of America Balcony Is Making Steps Toward Recovery, Inside Edition, April 18, 2019] (It’s likely that only a child that young could have survived—an adult who falls forty feet is usually Dead Right There). Significantly, however, this incident not being treated as a hate crime by police or the Main Stream Media. That’s because of Black Privilege—and it means this sort of thing will continue.

Emmanuel Aranda is quoted by prosecutors as admitting his guilt, saying that he originally meant to do it to an adult, because he’s been rejected by women he had approached (i. e. harassed) in the mall. Prosecutors failed to say if the women he was harassing were white. Aranda had previously been removed from the mall and had a long record of trouble with the law. [Complaint: Man went to Mall of America intending to kill, Canadian Press, April 15, 2019]

Aranda is clearly bad, and dangerous person—Steve Sailer’s response (Maybe We Need More Mass Incarceration?) is the only correct one.

But while Aranda may be guilty of this assault, the people responsible are the judge and prosecutor back in his home town of Chicago who failed to put him in jail for his first assault conviction there. In Chicago, however, the justice system is apparently more concerned with not arousing the anger of blacks and “Civil Rights” organizations than with protecting the public. Call it Black Privilege.

All over America, there are “Civil Rights” organizations attacking police for enforcing the law, and attacking victims for calling the police, backed by a Main Stream Media which thinks that any law enforcement action that falls on a black is ipso facto racist.

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 2019-04-18 15:58:00 -0400
"The president has said that he does not want to see this country involved in endless wars... I agree with that," Bernie Sanders told the Fox News audience at Monday's town hall meeting in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Then turning and staring straight into the camera, Bernie added: "Mr. President, tonight you have the opportunity to do something extraordinary: Sign that resolution. Saudi Arabia should...
By Washington Watcher on 2019-04-17 21:13:00 -0400

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See, earlier, by Charles Johnson: A Twitter Road To Redemption? My Open Letter to @Jack and @JoeRogan

Congress addressed tech censorship in two very different hearings last week. One was a totalitarian threat to Americans’ freedoms—and one hinted at how they can be protected.

The Democrat-controlled House Judiciary Committee hosted a hearing on “white nationalism” clearly designed to agitate for more censorship. Democrats and Hate “experts” a.k.a. CultMarx Enforcers both questioned tech representatives on why their companies don’t censor enough “hateful” content. The Enforcers also wanted the government to aid in the crackdown on “white nationalism.” The tech reps insisted they are doing all they can to censor content that e.g. the Anti-Defamation League doesn’t like.

Only one man strongly defended free speech at the hearing: Republican California Rep. Tom McClintock. He noted that tech oligopolists frequently practice censorship and political bias and asked whether stringent hate speech rules would be used solely to suppress controversial opinions.

The other hearing was less depressing: the GOP-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee looked at the problem of tech censorship and what can be done to address it.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C6ZeO_yXQAArhLO.jpgChairman Ted Cruz (R.-TX) offered three solutions:

Hilariously, Cruz asked Twitter’s representative, Carlos Monje Jr., whether the platform considers itself a neutral political forum and why it censored a pro-life quote from Mother Theresa:

By Ann Coulter on 2019-04-17 17:30:00 -0400

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Earlier by Ann Coulter: Hail President Javanka!

Even after Trump won the presidency, Jared Kushner was embarrassed by his father-in-law, according to Vicky Ward's terrific new book, Kushner, Inc.: Greed. Ambition. Corruption. The Extraordinary Story of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.

In a speech to hundreds of New York bankers and businessmen on December 16, 2016, Jared admitted that Trump was "easy to hate from afar." But not to worry, he said, Trump wouldn't be keeping his campaign promises—especially on immigration.

One banker who heard the speech was appalled, shocked by Jared's arrogance in thinking he could "control" the president.

Joke's on him. Turns out Jared was right. He does control Trump.

And what a blessing that's been.

It was Jared's idea to fire FBI Director James Comey. If Trump hadn't followed that advice, there would have been no independent counsel.

It was also Jared and Ivanka's idea to hire Paul Manafort and Michael Flynn. (Ivanka was adamant, saying Flynn gets "anything he wants.")

If Trump hadn't hired Manafort and Flynn, the independent counsel investigation would have been over in about a week.

By James Kirkpatrick on 2019-04-16 22:36:00 -0400

Dan crenshaw ilhan omar

It’s fitting that it is happening to Dan Crenshaw. The freshman representative from Texas, a former Navy SEAL, has defended America’s endless foreign interventions on the grounds that “we go there so they don’t come here”. [Why guys like me go to places like Syria, by Dan Crenshaw, Washington Post, December 21, 2018] Yet now Crenshaw finds himself accused of inciting violence and promoting Islamophobia after sharing a video in which Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, who is of Somali descent, summarizes the September 11 terrorist attacks as “some people did something” during a March 23 speech before the Council [Ilhan Omar accuses Dan Crenshaw of ‘dangerous incitement for questioning her 9/11 comments, by Dominick Mastrangelo, Washington Examiner, April 10, 2019]. Perhaps Crenshaw will learn the truth—it’s pointless to go “there” because “they” are already here.

Ilhan Omar was not outright defending or excusing the September 11 attacks of course, though she can justifiably be accused of belittling them. Her comments focused on the alleged backlash and restrictions on civil liberties that descended on Muslims following the September 11 attacks. [Why isn’t Dan Crenshaw following his own advice with Ilhan Omar? By Wardah Khalid, Houston Chronicle, April 15, 2019]

In context, her statement was:

Far too long, we have lived with the discomfort of being a second-class citizen, and frankly, I’m tired of it, and every single Muslim in this country should be tired of it. CAIR was founded after 9/11 because they recognized that some people did something and that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties. 

[Read the transcript of Rep. Ilhan Omar’s speech, Tampa Bay Times, April 15, 2019]

But this doesn’t really make it better. The entire passage, and the entire speech, is one long complaint that America is not doing enough for her religious group.

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