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Post By Steve Sailer on 10/28/2021
Back in 1992, East Palo Alto was the Murder Capital of America, so a Stanford professor invented ShotSpotter to notify the cops when gunshots were heard. So ShotSpotter provides another source of unpoliticized evidence that the return of Black Lives Matter led to blacks shooting each other in large numbers. Here’s a study of ShotSpotter and 911 calls in eight cities in 2020, with the baseline set ...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/28/2021
From the BBC: ‘We’re being pressured into sex by some trans women’ By Caroline LowbridgeBBC News Is a lesbian transphobic if she does not want to have sex with trans women? Some lesbians say they are increasingly being pressured and coerced into accepting trans women as partners – then shunned and even threatened for speaking out. Several have spoken to the BBC, along with trans women who are c...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/28/2021
From The Guardian: Imperial College London urged to remove statue and rename buildings Report into historical links to British empire highlights scientists who advocated eugenics and racism David BattyTue 26 Oct 2021 10.18 EDT An investigation into Imperial College London’s historical links to the British empire Ya think? has recommended the university remove a statue and rename buildings and...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/28/2021
Earlier: NBC News: Senator Sinema Is A Disgrace To Us Bisexuals Because She Can't Make Up Her Mind Which Team She's Playing For Yesterday, NBC News raised doubts about whether Arizona moderate Democrat Senator Kyrsten Sinema could be considered, morally and spiritually, a true bisexual because it’s hard to tell which team she’s playing for. Today, from the Washington Examiner: Kyrsten Sinema sk...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/28/2021
Earlier (1992!) by Peter Brimelow: Invisible Victims: White Males and the Crisis of Affirmative Action Revisited From Becker’s Hospital Review: Novant Health must pay $10M to former exec in discrimination caseAlia Paavola – 15 hours ago A former Novant Health executive who claimed in a lawsuit he was fired to help the organization reach diversity goals was awarded $10 million by a federal jury Oc...
Article By Ann Coulter on 10/27/2021

Earlier by Ann Coulter, 2015: OK, Who Ordered The Mexican Heroin? and much earlier, by Sam Francis: What We Really Get From Mexico, November 21, 2002.

Terrific investigative reporter Sam Quinones, author of the 2015 book, Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic, is about to release a new book, The Least of Us: True Tales of America and Hope in the Time of Fentanyl and Meth, out next week. It’s jam-packed with amazing facts and, like all of Quinones’ work, reads like a thriller.

You may think you know this story. Trust me, you don’t. I normally don’t write book reviews, but Quinones’ book is well worth your time. However, I reserve the right to slap him around a bit on his idea of “hope.”

Here are some quotes from the book to give you a sense of why you won’t be able to put it down:

“[Z]ach, a star high school running back, died … from a fentanyl-laced bogus Percocet sold to him by a dealer he found on Snapchat. The dealer delivered the pill at 3 a.m. The family’s Ring camera captured Zach sneaking from the house. … His father found him dead on the front lawn at dawn.” …

“Why would addicts seek out fentanyl, knowing it would likely kill them? The answer: That’s the nature of addiction; it reprograms our brains so that their mission is not to ensure our survival but to pursue the drug. In the world of opiate-addicted brains, an overdose is not a warning; it’s an advertisement.” …

“I spoke with two recovering meth addicts who said they had to relearn how to speak. ‘It took me a year and a half to recover from the brain damage it had done to me,’ one of them said. ‘I couldn’t hardly form sentences. I couldn’t laugh, smile. I couldn’t think.'” …

“In Columbus, Ohio, [a drug counselor] remembers a meth addict who was hospitalized with frostbitten, gangrenous hands, yet who left the hospital in midwinter to find more dope.” …

Quinones is satisfyingly venomous toward the Sackler family (the pushers of OxyContin). But I wish he’d expend a little of that bile on the Mexican pushers.

As he painstakingly documents, these new drugs, fentanyl and P2P meth, are produced almost entirely in Mexico, then distributed to every corner of the U.S. through

Post By John Derbyshire on 10/27/2021
The Radio Derb transcript is up for October 22, 2021. Go here to read or listen. 01m18s  Intelligence incompetence.  (Keeping us safe? Ha!) 07m54s  Missile basics.  (Legacies of WW2.) 13m33s  Defund the spooks!  (Their enemy is … us.) 17m21s  Buttigieg plays hooky.  (Does it matter?) 25m30s  Ronald Reagan showed the way.  (Fire all the fed-bots!) 29m40s  The Arbery show trial.  (Our cruelty worse t...
Post By Ann Corcoran on 10/27/2021
Earlier: They’re Back! Elites Want to Break Wyoming Using Afghan Evacuees Thanks to a reader for alerting me to more news about churches in Wyoming hankering for their very own Afghans (I won’t call them refugees as they are not!) even as the governor has so far said Wyoming won’t be part of Biden’s airlift. From the Daily Wyoming Cowboy: Wyoming Churches Take In Afghan Refugees After The State Go...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/27/2021
From the NBC News opinion section: Is Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema bad for bisexual Americans? Bisexual women are constantly told we’re untrustworthy, that our attraction to multiple genders means we’re more likely to cheat. Oct. 26, 2021, 11:17 AM PDT By Lux Alptraum Lux Alptraum is Planetary Geologist for Arrakis by appointment of the Padishah Emperor. No, just kidding: By Lux Alptraum, author, “...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/27/2021
From my new movie review in Taki’s Magazine: ‘Dune’: Old Spice in a New AgeSteve Sailer October 27, 2021 Dune is an extraordinarily impressive (if not utterly enjoyable) adaptation of the first half of the epic 1965 science-fiction novel that George Lucas borrowed heavily from for his boys’ version in Star Wars. Dune is close to being a sword-and-sorcery fantasy, but it stays (narrowly) on the ...
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By Ann Coulter on 10/27/2021

Earlier by Ann Coulter, 2015: OK, Who Ordered The Mexican Heroin? and much earlier, by Sam Francis: What We Really Get From Mexico, November 21, 2002.

Terrific investigative reporter Sam Quinones, author of the 2015 book, Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic, is about to release a new book, The Least of Us: True Tales of America and Hope in the Time of Fentanyl and Meth, out next week. It’s jam-packed with amazing facts and, like all of Quinones’ work, reads like a thriller.

You may think you know this story. Trust me, you don’t. I normally don’t write book reviews, but Quinones’ book is well worth your time. However, I reserve the right to slap him around a bit on his idea of “hope.”

Here are some quotes from the book to give you a sense of why you won’t be able to put it down:

“[Z]ach, a star high school running back, died … from a fentanyl-laced bogus Percocet sold to him by a dealer he found on Snapchat. The dealer delivered the pill at 3 a.m. The family’s Ring camera captured Zach sneaking from the house. … His father found him dead on the front lawn at dawn.” …

“Why would addicts seek out fentanyl, knowing it would likely kill them? The answer: That’s the nature of addiction; it reprograms our brains so that their mission is not to ensure our survival but to pursue the drug. In the world of opiate-addicted brains, an overdose is not a warning; it’s an advertisement.” …

“I spoke with two recovering meth addicts who said they had to relearn how to speak. ‘It took me a year and a half to recover from the brain damage it had done to me,’ one of them said. ‘I couldn’t hardly form sentences. I couldn’t laugh, smile. I couldn’t think.'” …

“In Columbus, Ohio, [a drug counselor] remembers a meth addict who was hospitalized with frostbitten, gangrenous hands, yet who left the hospital in midwinter to find more dope.” …

Quinones is satisfyingly venomous toward the Sackler family (the pushers of OxyContin). But I wish he’d expend a little of that bile on the Mexican pushers.

As he painstakingly documents, these new drugs, fentanyl and P2P meth, are produced almost entirely in Mexico, then distributed to every corner of the U.S. through

By Charlottesville Survivor on 10/26/2021

Apart from anything else, Charlottesville Untold: Inside Unite The Right by Anne Wilson Smith is a powerful antidote to the ridiculous Regime Media headlines about “hate on trial” in the current Sines vs. Kessler civil lawsuit against organizers of the August 12, 2017 Unite The Right rally in defense of the Robert E. Lee statue [Hate on trial in Virginia, four years after deadly extremist rally, by Odette Yousef, October 25, 2021]. Wilson Smith’s book does what the Regime Media has deliberately refused to do—analyze the legal, logistical, and tactical decisions made by both organizers and city and state officials. (Full disclosure: my own work for VDARE.com  e.g., “The System Revealed: Antifa, Virginia Politicians And Police Work Together to Shut Down Unite the Right,” is cited several times.)

Those who have read the independent “Heaphy Report” report, commissioned by the city itself and resulting in the little-noticed forced resignation of black police chief Al Thomas, may think they have little to learn. But Wilson Smith’s book is especially valuable because it provides further evidence that UTR organizers scrupulously tried to avoid violence. In short, the wrong people are on trial right now—state and local officials should be forced to answer for their unconscionable actions. And the “mainstream” conservatives who didn’t speak up at the time enabled the deplatforming campaign that ultimately took down President Trump himself.

The gang of wealthy Leftists waging private lawfare in Sines vs. Kessler—n.b. because law enforcement authorities concluded there was no basis for prosecution—allege the defendants “conspired to plan, promote, and carry

By Michelle Malkin on 10/26/2021

Earlier by Steve Sailer: Judge Gets Canceled for Speaking the Unspeakable: "I Believe A-- L---- M-----"

Should a peaceful, law-abiding man of faith be punished in perpetuity for publicly proclaiming his heartfelt belief that "ALL LIVES MATTER ... EVERY SINGLE ONE"?

The question is not merely rhetorical. It is now a legal matter for a California court and jury to decide. Grant Napear, radio talk show host and former announcer for the Sacramento Kings basketball team, filed a lawsuit last week against his former employer, Bonneville International Corp., after the Utah-based media conglomerate threw him under the bus last spring to mollify the un-mollify-able Black Lives Matter mob.

In case you had forgotten, hordes of lunatics across America lost their minds

By James Kirkpatrick on 10/25/2021

Earlier: Biden’s Immigration Disaster: None Dare Call It Treason. But What If THEY Call It War?

As this is written, another migrant caravan marches on our southern border, a column of invaders moving towards a country whose rulers apparently have no will to defend its frontiers. The Biden Administration is creating a permanent immigration crisis by making border protection ideologically indefensible. Republicans could take advantage of this, but they are strangely quiet, except for Donald Trump. The battle for common-sense immigration control has always been a race against time, and we are about to find out if time has run out—if changing demographics have led to a voting base that will permanently support mass immigration because it will lead to the replacement of the Historic American Nation.

The “massive” migrant caravan is heading north, already scuffling with Mexican police and overrunning a blockade [Massive migrant caravan begins journey to U.S. from Mexico, by Caroline Downey, Yahoo News, October 23, 2021]. And why wouldn’t they come? The last “caravan,” composed mostly of Haitians, was essentially turned loose into the country and the number of illegals is only increasing [Illegal immigration soars under Biden to third-highest in 97 years, by Anna Giaritelli, Yahoo News, October 22, 2021].

The Regime Media narrative on immigration has transformed from denying that there is a crisis into saying that the collapse of immigration law enforcement is actually a good thing. Congresswoman Maxine Waters’s declaration that Border Patrol agents trying to corral invaders was “worse than what we witnessed in slavery” is crystalizing into a doctrine

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 10/25/2021

"Let Poland be Poland!"

That was the call of American conservatives, four decades ago, when the Solidarity movement of labor leader Lech Walesa arose in the port city of Gdansk to demand their freedom of the Communist system imposed upon Poland by the Soviet Union after World War II.

A decade later, Poland broke free of the Soviet Bloc and Warsaw Pact, and later

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