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By Peter Brimelow on 12/01/2020

Giving Tuesday Was A Great Success: Raised Over $20K, Which Will Be DOUBLED By Matching Grant

Our Giving Tuesday videocast, with John Derbyshire, organized by my wife Lydia Brimelow, and featuring a brief appearance, at 07:20, of our three daughters, was a great success.

The original goal was $5,000, which a generous donor promised to match, but stretched to $20,795... after two more generous donors were inspired by your generosity and came forward with bonus matching goals!

Video is now edited and up on our Bitchute channel here.

Thanks to everyone who donated.

Message from our staff:

WE DID IT! We reached $20,795! Last year, our record-breaking #GivingTuesday sent Media Matters into a conniption fit. This year, we don't have YouTube, but we might even break a record again! Thank you so much! Click here to view the livestream replay!

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Article By Ann Coulter on 12/02/2020

Earlier, by Michelle Malkin: No Election Justice, No Election Peace

I’m neither heartbroken nor surprised that President Kushner didn’t get a second term. The good news is, Republicans are finally talking about vote fraud!

Going forward, the GOP’s sole objectives should be:

1) End mail-in ballots;

2) End early voting;

3) Ensure that the Democrats don’t steal the two runoff elections in Georgia on Jan. 5, 2021.

Donald Trump spent four years trying to out-pander the Democrats, the end result of which was that he slightly increased his minority vote—which he still lost—while sacrificing a chunk of the numerically larger white male vote.

Who could have guessed it? (Except anyone watching Trump’s presidency.)

In fact, the only demographic that gave a smaller percentage of its vote to Trump this year, compared to 2016, was the one he’s been ignoring for four years while issuing daily paeans to blacks, Hispanics, women and gays. Whatever happened to Trump’s wacky 2016 ploy of appealing to that small niche group known as “Americans”?

Post By Washington Watcher II on 12/02/2020
Previously: Trump May FINALLY Scrap Birthright Citizenship President Trump’s second term chances remain in doubt, but he at least appears committed to one final push to make immigration policy serve Americans first. “Now, the focus is on putting a bind on President-elect Joe Biden, making it harder for him to reverse these politically fraught issues, according to half a dozen people familiar with t...
Post By James Fulford on 12/02/2020
A report of police casualties in the mostly peaceful occurrences since George Floyd's death: Number Of Police Officers Hurt In Riots Revealed News, by Julio Rosas, American Examiner, December 1, 2020 The Major Cities Chiefs Association released a report detailing the number of violent riots and the number of police officers injured during the riots U.S. cities faced after the death of George Floyd...
Post By Steve Sailer on 12/02/2020
From the New York Times: BREAKINGU.K. Approves Pfizer Coronavirus Vaccine, a First in the West Emergency approval of the vaccine, ahead of the United States and the European Union, clears the way for Britain to begin mass inoculations. By Benjamin MuellerDec. 2, 2020, 2:12 a.m. ET LONDON — Britain gave emergency approval on Wednesday to Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine, leaping ahead of the United ...
Post By Steve Sailer on 12/02/2020
My new Taki’s Magazine column more lucidly explains that new paper on what your taste in movies says about your personality. For example: People who like movies about sports tend to rank high on the sociable personality traits and lower on the more artistically related traits. For example, the two movies with the most extreme personality profiles are the polar-opposite high school cult classics F...
Article By John Derbyshire on 12/01/2020

Our Third World election. The election? I called it—a year and a half ago.

Better yet, although it gives me no pleasure to report the fact: I called it for the right reasons.

  • The quality of the opposition. This wasn't as big a factor as I predicted. Joe Biden was barely a candidate at all; he just stayed in his bunker and let the Establishment's anti-Trump forces do their work.

    That still made him a better candidate than Mrs Clinton in 2016, though. Zero is greater than negative one.

  • The media. As I said: "That includes the social media, where most Millennial airheads get their news. Trump won't just be up against the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the big network TV channels; he'll be facing off against Twitter, Google, YouTube, and Facebook too. Media-wise, Trump's 2020 campaign will have to fight uphill all the way." Called it.

  • Trump disappointment syndrome. "Most to the point: How many 2016 Trump voters are so disappointed they won't bother to turn out next November?" I listed states where this could really matter: Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Florida. Three out of four ain't bad.

  • Events, dear boy, events. Yep: We got a pandemic—such a great gift to the Establishment election-fixers, even conspiracy-theory skeptics like me can't help but wonder ….

There was no way the entrenched forces of Orthodoxy—of the military-industrial-commercial-media-Big Data-academic complex—were going to let Trump get re-elected. In 2016 he caught them by surprise. They didn't take him seriously. In 2020 they were ready, and took him very seriously. They determined to stop him By Any Means Necessary, including of course massive vote tampering.

This year 2020 is a milestone. It is the year the U.S.A. became, indisputably, a Third World kleptocracy with a ruthlessly amoral ruling class preaching an ideology of lies. More on this in a later segment.

As I write this, at the end of November, there is still a faint hope that the courts, and the people's representatives in key states, will annul this joke of an election. I cling to that hope.

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The world of The World of Suzie Wong. In my November 6th podcast I let slip my sinogynephilia.

The occasion was my learning that the 27th James Bond movie, due in April 2021, has a black lady, Lashana Lynch playing Agent 007. I commented thus:

Shall I be watching No Time to Die? Nah—no offense to Ms Lynch, to whom I wish all the luck in the world. It's just that, as I've said, I lost the Bond thing altogether back in the Clinton administration.

Although, if they were to cast Zhang Ziyi as Agent 007, I might change my mind …

That prompted a curious listener to ask whether I had ever read Richard Mason's 1957 novel The World of Suzie Wong: "The timeless story of the love affair between a British artist and a Chinese prostitute" (Amazon.com).

Indeed I had, long ago. I even have some very slight personal connection to the book. It was made into a successful stage play, then a somewhat less successful movie. The Broadway production of the play featured 27-year-old William Shatner as the male lead.

For the West End (i.e. London) production of the play, Gary Raymond played the male lead, with Tsai Chin as Suzie. The third name on the cast list was Janet Derry, a first cousin of mine, daughter of my Dad's baby sister.

That's my slight connection. I don't see how it could be any slighter.

Is the novel any good? I remembered liking it, but the memory was distant and vague. Prompted by my listener's query, I found a library copy and re-read it.

It stands up pretty well—as middlebrow 1950s fiction generally does, in my experience. Mason pulls off the trick of writing frankly about sex without prurience or indecency. His first-person narrator is a normal and likable guy. Suzie is a real literary creation, and very Chinese. Some of the slang is dated; but then, so is some of the non-slang. When was the last time anyone unselfconsciously wrote the word "gaol"?

And if you think it's shamefully colonialist for Chinese hookers to be servicing white sailors, I can personally testify that the converse thing—white hookers for Chinese sailors—is by no means unknown.

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Post By Steve Sailer on 12/01/2020
From the Minneapolis Star-Tribune (which is a contender for the iSteve Content Generator of the Year award): ‘Staggering’ surge in violent carjackings continues across Minneapolis A triple-digit percentage increase over this time last year has residents in fear.By Liz Sawyer Star Tribune DECEMBER 1, 2020 — 7:42PM A housekeeper arriving early to her shift in south Minneapolis was confronted by t...
Post By Paul Kersey on 12/01/2020
Earlier: St. Louis Murder Rate Has Doubled Since Ferguson/BLM Somehow this is still the fault of white people/white flight/gentrification/redlining/white privilege/systemic racism/implicit bias and don’t forget, the legacy of slavery. As the St. Louis Metro Police Department website makes clear, 91 percent of the suspects in the homicides (well… known suspects, because the city has such a horrendou...
Post By James Fulford on 12/01/2020
A man in an SUV killed 5 people in Germany by running them down in the city of Trier. Press reports are saying that he's some kind of mental case, of no fixed address, and had been consuming alcohol. They're also saying he's a "German national", which is true of a number of Muslims.  It's amazing how fast they can release the fact that someone is not an immigrant. He could still be a Muslim, of cou...
Post By Virginia Dare on 12/01/2020

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See earlier: The VDARE.com Year-End Appeal Kicks Off #GivingTuesday Dec 1 by Lydia Brimelow

Updated 9:24pm: WE DID IT! We reached $20,795! Last year, our record-breaking #GivingTuesday sent Media Matters into a conniption fit. This year, we don't have YouTube, but we might even break a record again! Thank you so much!

Updated 9:03pm EST: We are one hour into our #GivingTuesday livestream (click the picture below to join!) and only $1,275 away from our super stretch goal! Help push us over the finish line here!  

 

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By Peter Brimelow on 12/01/2020

Giving Tuesday Was A Great Success: Raised Over $20K, Which Will Be DOUBLED By Matching Grant

Our Giving Tuesday videocast, with John Derbyshire, organized by my wife Lydia Brimelow, and featuring a brief appearance, at 07:20, of our three daughters, was a great success.

The original goal was $5,000, which a generous donor promised to match, but stretched to $20,795... after two more generous donors were inspired by your generosity and came forward with bonus matching goals!

Video is now edited and up on our Bitchute channel here.

Thanks to everyone who donated.

Message from our staff:

WE DID IT! We reached $20,795! Last year, our record-breaking #GivingTuesday sent Media Matters into a conniption fit. This year, we don't have YouTube, but we might even break a record again! Thank you so much! Click here to view the livestream replay!

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By Ann Coulter on 12/02/2020

Earlier, by Michelle Malkin: No Election Justice, No Election Peace

I’m neither heartbroken nor surprised that President Kushner didn’t get a second term. The good news is, Republicans are finally talking about vote fraud!

Going forward, the GOP’s sole objectives should be:

1) End mail-in ballots;

2) End early voting;

3) Ensure that the Democrats don’t steal the two runoff elections in Georgia on Jan. 5, 2021.

Donald Trump spent four years trying to out-pander the Democrats, the end result of which was that he slightly increased his minority vote—which he still lost—while sacrificing a chunk of the numerically larger white male vote.

Who could have guessed it? (Except anyone watching Trump’s presidency.)

In fact, the only demographic that gave a smaller percentage of its vote to Trump this year, compared to 2016, was the one he’s been ignoring for four years while issuing daily paeans to blacks, Hispanics, women and gays. Whatever happened to Trump’s wacky 2016 ploy of appealing to that small niche group known as “Americans”?

By John Derbyshire on 12/01/2020

Our Third World election. The election? I called it—a year and a half ago.

Better yet, although it gives me no pleasure to report the fact: I called it for the right reasons.

  • The quality of the opposition. This wasn't as big a factor as I predicted. Joe Biden was barely a candidate at all; he just stayed in his bunker and let the Establishment's anti-Trump forces do their work.

    That still made him a better candidate than Mrs Clinton in 2016, though. Zero is greater than negative one.

  • The media. As I said: "That includes the social media, where most Millennial airheads get their news. Trump won't just be up against the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the big network TV channels; he'll be facing off against Twitter, Google, YouTube, and Facebook too. Media-wise, Trump's 2020 campaign will have to fight uphill all the way." Called it.

  • Trump disappointment syndrome. "Most to the point: How many 2016 Trump voters are so disappointed they won't bother to turn out next November?" I listed states where this could really matter: Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Florida. Three out of four ain't bad.

  • Events, dear boy, events. Yep: We got a pandemic—such a great gift to the Establishment election-fixers, even conspiracy-theory skeptics like me can't help but wonder ….

There was no way the entrenched forces of Orthodoxy—of the military-industrial-commercial-media-Big Data-academic complex—were going to let Trump get re-elected. In 2016 he caught them by surprise. They didn't take him seriously. In 2020 they were ready, and took him very seriously. They determined to stop him By Any Means Necessary, including of course massive vote tampering.

This year 2020 is a milestone. It is the year the U.S.A. became, indisputably, a Third World kleptocracy with a ruthlessly amoral ruling class preaching an ideology of lies. More on this in a later segment.

As I write this, at the end of November, there is still a faint hope that the courts, and the people's representatives in key states, will annul this joke of an election. I cling to that hope.

[Permalink]


The world of The World of Suzie Wong. In my November 6th podcast I let slip my sinogynephilia.

The occasion was my learning that the 27th James Bond movie, due in April 2021, has a black lady, Lashana Lynch playing Agent 007. I commented thus:

Shall I be watching No Time to Die? Nah—no offense to Ms Lynch, to whom I wish all the luck in the world. It's just that, as I've said, I lost the Bond thing altogether back in the Clinton administration.

Although, if they were to cast Zhang Ziyi as Agent 007, I might change my mind …

That prompted a curious listener to ask whether I had ever read Richard Mason's 1957 novel The World of Suzie Wong: "The timeless story of the love affair between a British artist and a Chinese prostitute" (Amazon.com).

Indeed I had, long ago. I even have some very slight personal connection to the book. It was made into a successful stage play, then a somewhat less successful movie. The Broadway production of the play featured 27-year-old William Shatner as the male lead.

For the West End (i.e. London) production of the play, Gary Raymond played the male lead, with Tsai Chin as Suzie. The third name on the cast list was Janet Derry, a first cousin of mine, daughter of my Dad's baby sister.

That's my slight connection. I don't see how it could be any slighter.

Is the novel any good? I remembered liking it, but the memory was distant and vague. Prompted by my listener's query, I found a library copy and re-read it.

It stands up pretty well—as middlebrow 1950s fiction generally does, in my experience. Mason pulls off the trick of writing frankly about sex without prurience or indecency. His first-person narrator is a normal and likable guy. Suzie is a real literary creation, and very Chinese. Some of the slang is dated; but then, so is some of the non-slang. When was the last time anyone unselfconsciously wrote the word "gaol"?

And if you think it's shamefully colonialist for Chinese hookers to be servicing white sailors, I can personally testify that the converse thing—white hookers for Chinese sailors—is by no means unknown.

[Permalink]

By Michelle Malkin on 12/01/2020

PHOENIX—A motley throng of patriots amassed Monday at the Hyatt Regency for a raucously peaceful "Stop the Steal" rally. There were Zoomers and Boomers, "America First" leaders and Proud Boys, tea party veterans and indie Donald Trump loyalists. I flew down from Colorado to lend my support to all these anti-establishment activists brave and vigilant enough to take to the streets. Praise for "Christ the King" rang out amid demands that a special legislative session be convened.

My message to the rallygoers was the same one I delivered at the "Stop the Steal" rally in Colorado Springs last month: We, the people, must rise up to protect our constitutional republic and prevent it from becoming a full-blown banana republic. "Me First" Republicans such as Cindy McCain, who has been offered an ambassadorship by corruptocrat Joe Biden, are complicit in systematically disenfranchising law-abiding voters. If there is no election justice, then there can be no election peace.

With the sterling exception of Arizona GOP Rep. Paul Gosar, the absence of nationally known conservative figures at the protest was as glaring as an Arizona sunrise and as gaping as the Grand Canyon. Inside the hotel, Republican state legislators hosted Trump legal team lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis for a marathon presentation of election fraud evidence that began at 9 a.m. and did not adjourn until nearly 8 p.m. Bright-red flags ranged from electronic voting machine vulnerabilities to shady homeless voter registrations, to long-festering concerns about large-scale illegal immigrant voting, to a dizzying raft of statistical anomalies involving massive numbers of mail-in ballots.

By Eugene Gant on 11/30/2020

If you want to know why the Catholic bishops will cheerlead “President-elect” Joe Biden for the next four years, listen to Washington, D.C.’s  Wilton Gregory, the first black American cardinal [Wilton Gregory becomes the first Black American cardinal, CBS News, November 28, 2020]. Gregory says Catholic-In-Name-Only Biden’s full-throated support for abortion-on-demand is no reason to deny him holy communion [DC archbishop affirms he will give Holy Communion to pro-abortion Joe Biden, by Michael Haynes, Lifesite, November 24, 2020]. Gregory’s failure to uphold Canon 915, the Catholic law governing the reception of Holy Communion, is a symptom of his open Leftism, along with his fellow Bishops, which in turn explains why they back Biden’s suicidal plan to open the borders, legalize 11 million illegal aliens, and hasten The Great Replacement.

Before elaborating on the link between the bishops’ ignoring canon law and their leftism and immigration boosterism, it’s worth explaining why Gregory must deny Holy Communion to Biden, who thinks a “palmist” wrote the Psalms.

I’m not a canon lawyer. But I am a cradle Catholic, and an American patriot. You don’t need a Ph.D. from the Gregorian University to know when someone can’t receive communion.

Says Canon 915:

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 11/30/2020
If Israel, as is universally believed and has not been denied, was behind the assassination of Iran's leading nuclear scientist, questions arise: Why would the Israelis kill him? And why would they do it now? The scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, it is conceded, was a leader in Iran's nuclear bomb program, but that program was disbanded in 2003. Under George W. Bush, in 2007, all 17 U.S. intelligence ...
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