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Radio derb By John Derbyshire on 06/05/2020
01m51s  A policeman's lot.  (We need professional cops.) 09m42s  The Church of Antiracism.  (Genuflect! Genuflect! Genuflect!) 16m57s  Kneeling by the gold casket.  (And no unseemly squabbling, please.) 19m37s  Where are the unbelievers?  (Badwhites are leaderless.) 25m22s  The Gray Lady and her children.  (The grown-ups are scared.) 31m58s  Why are single white women anti-white?  (Is it evolution...
Post By Steve Sailer on 06/05/2020
Earlier: "Protest" or "Riot"? Establishment Appears Increasingly Demented as It Tries to Mold the Narrative I promise not to post my banana bread recipe. I shall only post about the Peaceful Protesters, such as this video of Peaceful Protesters protesting peacefully by curbstomping racism. At the end of the video, the man who got curbstomped by Black Lives Matter enthusiasts appears to be resting...
Post By Steve Sailer on 06/05/2020
Dear Rep. Omar: Thanks for proving that Diversity helps us think outside the box, as you lead boring, white bread Minnesota into the vibrantly violently multicultural future. I look forward to Minneapolis being policed like your native Somalia, with each neighborhood clan paying for its own fleet of Technicals: You should finally feel right at home. [Comment at Unz.com]...
Article By Jared Taylor on 06/05/2020

Earlier: Irresponsible Dem/ MSM Complex Tells Childish Blacks To Riot—So They Do. Whose Fault Is That?

The United States is in an uproar over the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police. There have been demonstrations in over 400 US cities, and looting and arson in every major city. Why are so many people in the streets? Because they believe that American society is systematically racist and that the police brutalize and even casually murder black men.

The media constantly tell people the police are racist, and many people think the gruesome video of the death of George Floyd bears this out. But let’s look at the facts.

Every year, American police officers have about 370 million contacts with civilians. Most of the time nothing happens, but 12 to 13 million times a year, the police make an arrest. How often does this lead to the death of an unarmed black person? We know the number thanks to a detailed Washington Post database of every killing by the police. What is your guess as to the number of unarmed blacks killed by the police every year? One hundred? Three hundred? Last year, the figure was nine.

That number is going down, not up. In 2015, police killed 38 unarmed blacks. In 2017, 21. What about white people? Last year, police killed 19 unarmed whites, in addition to the 9 unarmed blacks. We know the number of black and white people arrested every year, so it is possible to make an interesting calculation. The chances of being unarmed, arrested, and then killed by the police are higher for whites than for blacks. For both races, it’s very rare: One out of 292,000 arrests for blacks, and out of 283,000 arrests for whites. This is hardly what we would expect from the way the media report these deaths.

Post By Paul Kersey on 06/05/2020
PK NOTE: Their Lives Matter Too. It’s a book you must pick up. Names you’ve never encountered, stories you’ve never read about, all for one, unmentionable reason: black on white murder. We were never supposed to notice what’s happening. We were never supposed to catalogue the names and tell their stories. But we did. But we have. Their Lives Matter Too. Never forget: to Corporate America, Hollywood...
Article By Washington Watcher II on 06/05/2020

See also: Could The End Be Near For Trump-Subverter Jared Kushner?

President Trump’s top aides, plus Vice President Mike Pence, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and what seems like the entire Congressional GOP, plus Conservatism Inc., have taken the knee before the Floyd Hoax riots--echoing the Left’s Narrative that police must be handcuffed, law rewritten, and “institutional racism” abolished. Only Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton has stood up for the Silent Majority of Americans who want the riots, and rioters, put down. And maybe Trump himself, in a few hesitant tweets. He better stop hesitating. His re-election depends on it.

To keep the Floyd Hoax in perspective, remember:

Now, as a fish always rots from the head down, let’s start with the doings at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

The Trump campaign account tweeted an edited version of his tough June 1st Rose Garden speech, shifting the focus from Law and Order to racial injustice with scenes of wailing blacks and hagiographic images of Floyd, implicitly endorsing the Black Lives Matter line. “We must defend the rights of every citizen to live without violence, prejudice, or fear,” the caption read. “We are working toward a more just society, but that means building up, not tearing down. Standing in solidarity, not surrendering to hostility.”

In other words, Trump’s campaign handlers apparently believe pro-BLM rhetoric will sell better than Law and Order, despite the President’s explicit rejection of BLM, promise of swift action against rioters, and general avoidance of talk about “racial injustice” etc. etc..

Post By James Fulford on 06/05/2020
There's a thing I keep seeing about Justin Trudeau being "silent" for 20 seconds when asked about Trump fighting back against the rioters, possibly with military force: He did not actually criticize Trump: During the lengthy pause, Trudeau appeared uncomfortable. Expressions shifted across his face as he seemed to consider his response, before ultimately side-stepping the question. "We all watch i...
Post By Steve Sailer on 06/05/2020
Biden went on to say, “Did you know that a 2011 Obama Administration report found that from 1980 to 2008, 13% of the population made up 52% of the homicide offenders in this country? That’s a lot! I bet you didn’t know that.” Well, no, Joe didn’t say that … this time. But which candidate is more likely to spill the beans first about how blacks have vastly higher homicide rates than anybody else? B...
Post By Steve Sailer on 06/05/2020
From the Washington Post opinion section: Shut down all police movies and TV shows. Now. By Alyssa Rosenberg, JUNE 4, 2020 Like many other industries, entertainment companies have issued statements of support for the protests against racism and police brutality now filling America’s streets. But there’s something Hollywood can do to put its money where its social media posts are: immediately halt...
Post By Steve Sailer on 06/05/2020
From Tom Wolfe’s 1970 mini-book Mau-Mauing the Flak-Catchers about the Great Society poverty programs in San Francisco: Whites were still in the dark about the ghettos. They had been studying the “urban Negro” in every way they could think of for fifteen years, but they found out they didn’t know any more about the ghettos than when they started. Every time there was a riot, whites would call on ...
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By Jared Taylor on 06/05/2020

Earlier: Irresponsible Dem/ MSM Complex Tells Childish Blacks To Riot—So They Do. Whose Fault Is That?

The United States is in an uproar over the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police. There have been demonstrations in over 400 US cities, and looting and arson in every major city. Why are so many people in the streets? Because they believe that American society is systematically racist and that the police brutalize and even casually murder black men.

The media constantly tell people the police are racist, and many people think the gruesome video of the death of George Floyd bears this out. But let’s look at the facts.

Every year, American police officers have about 370 million contacts with civilians. Most of the time nothing happens, but 12 to 13 million times a year, the police make an arrest. How often does this lead to the death of an unarmed black person? We know the number thanks to a detailed Washington Post database of every killing by the police. What is your guess as to the number of unarmed blacks killed by the police every year? One hundred? Three hundred? Last year, the figure was nine.

That number is going down, not up. In 2015, police killed 38 unarmed blacks. In 2017, 21. What about white people? Last year, police killed 19 unarmed whites, in addition to the 9 unarmed blacks. We know the number of black and white people arrested every year, so it is possible to make an interesting calculation. The chances of being unarmed, arrested, and then killed by the police are higher for whites than for blacks. For both races, it’s very rare: One out of 292,000 arrests for blacks, and out of 283,000 arrests for whites. This is hardly what we would expect from the way the media report these deaths.

By Washington Watcher II on 06/05/2020

See also: Could The End Be Near For Trump-Subverter Jared Kushner?

President Trump’s top aides, plus Vice President Mike Pence, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and what seems like the entire Congressional GOP, plus Conservatism Inc., have taken the knee before the Floyd Hoax riots--echoing the Left’s Narrative that police must be handcuffed, law rewritten, and “institutional racism” abolished. Only Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton has stood up for the Silent Majority of Americans who want the riots, and rioters, put down. And maybe Trump himself, in a few hesitant tweets. He better stop hesitating. His re-election depends on it.

To keep the Floyd Hoax in perspective, remember:

Now, as a fish always rots from the head down, let’s start with the doings at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

The Trump campaign account tweeted an edited version of his tough June 1st Rose Garden speech, shifting the focus from Law and Order to racial injustice with scenes of wailing blacks and hagiographic images of Floyd, implicitly endorsing the Black Lives Matter line. “We must defend the rights of every citizen to live without violence, prejudice, or fear,” the caption read. “We are working toward a more just society, but that means building up, not tearing down. Standing in solidarity, not surrendering to hostility.”

In other words, Trump’s campaign handlers apparently believe pro-BLM rhetoric will sell better than Law and Order, despite the President’s explicit rejection of BLM, promise of swift action against rioters, and general avoidance of talk about “racial injustice” etc. etc..

By Lance Welton on 06/04/2020

What kind of a person would tell white American children that they were, to some extent, justified in burning down the neighborhood stores that might one day employ them? That the teachers, and not they, were in charge of the school because the teachers were wicked people who wanted to hurt them? That teachers should take the side of these violent kids and help in their mindless quest towards destruction? But this is exactly what the Democrat/ Main Stream Media Complex is telling blacks in American cities today.

In effect, the Democrat/ Main Stream Media complex is inciting people who have the psychology of white children—that is, African-Americans—to riot. And it is encouraging them to feel that their relatively low social status is the fault of whites, rather than an inevitable result of their own average deficiencies.

Let us be frank. African-Americans have the modal psychology of white American children. They have an average IQ of 85, compared to a white IQ of 100. This is the difference between a police officer and a low-level security guard or casual laborer. And it’s one of the longest-standing and most widely-replicated results in psychometrics.

This difference is mainly for genetic reasons. Inter-racial twin adoption studies have shown that the IQ of blacks, adopted by middle class whites, ultimately ends up being about 85, the likely IQ of their biological parents. And the difference between whites and blacks on IQ tests is on the IQ sub-tests, the results in which are the most strongly genetic, with blacks' best scores being on the most environmentally-influenced, and also culturally unfair, parts of the IQ tests. All of this is widely known—see, for example, Arthur Jensen’s 1998 book The g Factor.

Raw intelligence—meaning the ability to solve cognitive problems— peaks at about the age of 35, though there are variations depending on the kind of intelligence, and then starts to decline [Cognitive Skills Peak at Different Ages Across Adulthood, American Psychological Association, 2015]. This is why “intelligence” is judged in relation to people of your own age—hence “Intelligence Quotient.” An average 35-year-old will score better on an intelligence test than a very clever seven year old, but the seven year old will have a higher IQ and will score far better in early middle age than Mr. Average did.

This means that the average African-American of 35 will have the intelligence of a white 29 year-old and it will decline from then on. So a black rioter, who may be around 18 years old, will have the intellectual capacity of a white 15 year-old.

In other words…a child.

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 06/04/2020


Earlier: Disloyal Kelly And Mattis Refused To Let Trump Use Troops To Defend Border

In his statement to The Atlantic magazine, former Defense Secretary General James Mattis says of the events of the last 10 days that have shaken the nation as it has not been shaken since 1968:

"We must not be distracted by a small number of lawbreakers."

Is "a small number of lawbreakers" an apt description of wilding mobs who have showered cops with bottles, bricks and rocks in 40 cities, looted stores in the hundreds, torched police cars, and injured dozens of Secret Service personnel defending the White House?

Is "a small number of lawbreakers" the way a patriot would describe anti-American anarchists who desecrated the Lincoln Memorial, the World War II Memorial on the Mall and the Korean War Memorial and tried to burn down the Church of the Presidents in Lafayette Square?

By John Derbyshire on 06/03/2020

Not the riots. I put these monthly diaries together from things I've jotted down as they occurred to me through the month, in approximate chronological order.

At the time this diary goes up on VDARE.com at the beginning of June, all the news is about the anti-cop and anti-white riots. Those riots didn't start up until the last few days of May, though. The few things I had to say about them in May, I put into my May 29th podcast. I shall have more to say on the topic in my June podcasts and diary.

So this May diary is riot-free. It's not about the riots. This is either (a) a serious dereliction of commentarial duty on my part, or (b) a welcome relief to readers from all the riot coverage. You be the judge.

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