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From CNBC: U.S. authorities seize weaves suspected to be made of hair taken from people locked in Chinese internment campsPUBLISHED THU, JUL 2 202012:34 AMThe Associated Press Federal authorities in New York on Wednesday seized a shipment of weaves and other beauty accessories suspected to be made out of human hair taken from people locked inside a Chinese internment camp. U.S. Customs and Border...
Post By Steve Sailer on 07/03/2020
Earlier, by Ann Coulter: Media Magic—How Democrat Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein Became A 'Trump Scandal' In New Hampshire, of all places. I was hoping that her years of fundraising for oceanographic research meant she was hiding out at the bottom of the ocean in one of those little scientific subs. I must admit that I’ve lost the thread on this story. [Comment at Unz.com]...
Post By Steve Sailer on 07/03/2020
From Reuters: Stop selling products that use monkey labour: UK PM’s fiancee tells retailersJULY 3, 2020 / 1:03 AM / UPDATED AN HOUR AGO LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s fiancee Carrie Symonds on Friday welcomed pledges by four British retailers to stop selling products that use monkey labour in their production and called on others to do the same. “Glad Waitrose, Co-op 42DE.L, Boo...
Post By Federale on 07/02/2020
The story of the Trump Administration on making the necessary changes to immigration policy, regulations, and practice is a sad one of long-term failure. At almost every turn, instead of capitalizing on the immense power within administrative practice and executive authority to direct personnel and action, the Administration failed to take action, usually with dire consequences for any further acti...
Article By John Derbyshire on 07/02/2020

Hell of a month.     Good grief! They looted Macy's!

Yes, the riots, assaults, lootings, and statue-destruction of the past month have been something to watch, and of course the topic of endless comment and speculation.

I've been contributing my own comments at Radio Derb. Speculation-wise, there are two areas concerning which I'd be very interested to see what future historians, with full documentation available to them, have to say:

  • How much of what's been happening is random trouble-making by young people with not much prospect of well-paid employment and way too much time on their hands? As opposed to deliberately staged, managed, or encouraged by organizations trying to influence the November election?
  • Of the deliberately staged/managed/encouraged portion, what sub-portion is being run from abroad?

To the second point there, I aired my suspicions here at VDARE.com, June 7th:

I have this image in mind of the [ChiCom] Politburo gathering of an evening to binge-watch the latest riot coverage, chuckling and passing around the after-dinner mints and maotai … If the CCP doesn't have people in place here helping the rioters, whoever's in charge of ChiCom undercover special ops in North America isn't doing his job.

We shall find out the truth of the matter when the ChiComs lose power and the records are opened up to historians.

To the first point, Old Scratch makes work for idle hands, and we have a lot of idle hands right now. That may be all there is to it.

Or, both the Trump administration and its enemies may be cynically calculating that the riots are to their advantage. Trumpists: This will make plain to patriotic voters how much the Left hates our country, and what happens when Democrats control a city or a state. Anti-Trumpists: If the Feds react with force there'll be widespread outrage; if not, and the riots continue, voters will be disgusted by the Feds' inability to control the situation. Win-win for us.

Certainly, given the prodigious sums we spend on law enforcement, the military, and the National Guard, our city, state, and federal authorities could crush the rioters if they chose to. In my last podcast of the month I quoted a passage from Christopher Caldwell's new book, The Age of Entitlement. The topic here is the forced de-segregation of schools in Boston during the mid-1970s.

When the whites of South Boston and Charlestown protested, their neighborhoods were put under military occupation. "Southie" had a curfew and laws against public assembly, enforced by 1,600 police officers, 100 federal marshals, 50 FBI agents, and 600 National Guard troops.

So, yes, the authorities could restore order if they chose to. They choose not to, and that calls for some explanation.

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It's anti-white all the way down    But wait: Isn't it all to do with blacks, with their mistreatment at the hands of police? Black Lives Matter!

Uh-huh. So far I haven't seen anything to disturb my basic template of a Cold Civil War: two big groups of whites at angry loggerheads with each other, blacks recruited in as auxiliaries, allowed on to the battlefield when convenient for some opportunistic looting and white-beating, none of the whites on either side much caring what blacks think or say.

Surveys of this month's protestors back me up. Pew Research has come up with some numbers.

Post By Virginia Dare on 07/02/2020
To celebrate the 4th of July, VDARE.com writer and author of Conservatism Inc: The Battle for the American Right, James Kirkpatrick, invites you to grillmeme.jpg “Grill Me!” Throughout the month of July, all VDARE.com Book Club participants are invited to send in your questions for James Kirkpatrick, which he will answer on an exclusive podcast appearance accompanied by a special guest.  All book ...
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Earlier, by Ann Coulter: Antifa Are A Laugh Riot—Until They Come For You

The Seattle Commune is no more.

Declared three weeks ago by radical leftists as CHAZ, the City Hall Autonomous Zone, rechristened CHOP, the City Hall Occupation Protest, the six-block enclave inside Seattle ceased to exist July 1. The cops shut it down.

As Marx said, history repeats itself, first as tragedy then as farce.

If the Paris Commune of 1871 is the archetype, that mass uprising and swift slaughter of the communards who rose against the regime, what happened in Seattle is the farce.

Post By Washington Watcher II on 07/02/2020
Colorado Rep. Scott Tipton, a five-term incumbent endorsed by Donald Trump, lost his primary race against an anti-establishment upstart this week. The media has fixated on the challenger, Lauren Boebert, allegedly entertaining the QAnon conspiracy theory while ignoring one of the real issues of the campaign: immigration [Trump-backed five-term Republican lawmaker loses primary to challenger who pra...
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Post By Steve Sailer on 07/02/2020
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By John Derbyshire on 07/02/2020

Hell of a month.     Good grief! They looted Macy's!

Yes, the riots, assaults, lootings, and statue-destruction of the past month have been something to watch, and of course the topic of endless comment and speculation.

I've been contributing my own comments at Radio Derb. Speculation-wise, there are two areas concerning which I'd be very interested to see what future historians, with full documentation available to them, have to say:

  • How much of what's been happening is random trouble-making by young people with not much prospect of well-paid employment and way too much time on their hands? As opposed to deliberately staged, managed, or encouraged by organizations trying to influence the November election?
  • Of the deliberately staged/managed/encouraged portion, what sub-portion is being run from abroad?

To the second point there, I aired my suspicions here at VDARE.com, June 7th:

I have this image in mind of the [ChiCom] Politburo gathering of an evening to binge-watch the latest riot coverage, chuckling and passing around the after-dinner mints and maotai … If the CCP doesn't have people in place here helping the rioters, whoever's in charge of ChiCom undercover special ops in North America isn't doing his job.

We shall find out the truth of the matter when the ChiComs lose power and the records are opened up to historians.

To the first point, Old Scratch makes work for idle hands, and we have a lot of idle hands right now. That may be all there is to it.

Or, both the Trump administration and its enemies may be cynically calculating that the riots are to their advantage. Trumpists: This will make plain to patriotic voters how much the Left hates our country, and what happens when Democrats control a city or a state. Anti-Trumpists: If the Feds react with force there'll be widespread outrage; if not, and the riots continue, voters will be disgusted by the Feds' inability to control the situation. Win-win for us.

Certainly, given the prodigious sums we spend on law enforcement, the military, and the National Guard, our city, state, and federal authorities could crush the rioters if they chose to. In my last podcast of the month I quoted a passage from Christopher Caldwell's new book, The Age of Entitlement. The topic here is the forced de-segregation of schools in Boston during the mid-1970s.

When the whites of South Boston and Charlestown protested, their neighborhoods were put under military occupation. "Southie" had a curfew and laws against public assembly, enforced by 1,600 police officers, 100 federal marshals, 50 FBI agents, and 600 National Guard troops.

So, yes, the authorities could restore order if they chose to. They choose not to, and that calls for some explanation.

[Permalink]


It's anti-white all the way down    But wait: Isn't it all to do with blacks, with their mistreatment at the hands of police? Black Lives Matter!

Uh-huh. So far I haven't seen anything to disturb my basic template of a Cold Civil War: two big groups of whites at angry loggerheads with each other, blacks recruited in as auxiliaries, allowed on to the battlefield when convenient for some opportunistic looting and white-beating, none of the whites on either side much caring what blacks think or say.

Surveys of this month's protestors back me up. Pew Research has come up with some numbers.

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 07/02/2020


Earlier, by Ann Coulter: Antifa Are A Laugh Riot—Until They Come For You

The Seattle Commune is no more.

Declared three weeks ago by radical leftists as CHAZ, the City Hall Autonomous Zone, rechristened CHOP, the City Hall Occupation Protest, the six-block enclave inside Seattle ceased to exist July 1. The cops shut it down.

As Marx said, history repeats itself, first as tragedy then as farce.

If the Paris Commune of 1871 is the archetype, that mass uprising and swift slaughter of the communards who rose against the regime, what happened in Seattle is the farce.

By Ann Coulter on 07/01/2020

Earlier: Ann Coulter On Charlottesville: When Liberals Club People, It's With Love In Their Hearts

I wonder if Milo Yiannopoulos, Ben Shapiro, Charles Murray and Heather Mac Donald are reacting to these antifa riots the same way I am.

I mean, not that anyone of us would enjoy the sight of reporters being trapped, chased through the streets and physically assaulted by antifa goons. Or liberal Democrats having to defend their homes with guns in Saint Louis, MO. Or the president hiding in the White House bunker as antifa lays waste to Lafayette Park. Or the mayor of Seattle WA, finally shutting down the CHAZ “summer of love” when the mob came to her house.

They’re all “peaceful protesters”—until they come near you.

Imagine that instead of being a president, mayor or reporter in the vicinity of mentally unbalanced, historically illiterate, thuggishly violent lunatics … imagine that you, personally, are the window they want to smash.

Now you know what it’s like to be a conservative trying to give a speech on a college campus today. (Thanks for all the help, guys!)

Neither the conservative media nor elected Republicans gave a crap about the left-wing paramilitary force that’s been mobilizing since Trump’s election.

Through it all, conservatives stuck their heads in the sand and rationalized insane liberal violence. It was the path of least resistance—and also a smart business move. Cowards could pitch themselves as the “reasonable” ones, then sit back and watch as their more popular conservative competitors were deplatformed, shadow-banned and outright canceled.

By Hank Johnson on 06/30/2020

Earlier, by James Fulford: The “China Virus” Came From China And Chinese People. AND IT'S OK TO SAY SO

 More than 130,000 Americans have died with or from the Chinese Virus, and another 2.73 million have been infected. Yet little if discussion is heard about the reason it got here so quickly: China. Whether the pathogen oozed out of the repulsive wet markets of Wuhan, or originated in a poorly-managed lab at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, a key doorway into the U.S. was through our bloated higher education sector and awful visa programs like the F-1 for students and J-1 for “exchange visitors,” another word for spies. To stop another pandemic, these programs should ne ended, if not for public health then for national security.

College students went back home to China over winter break, contracted the virus, and came back to their respective colleges with a disease the U.S. was ill-prepared to combat. Case in point: my home state of Massachusetts, one of the worst-impacted states. Suffolk County, which includes Boston, had a 2.5 percent coronavirus infection rate as of the today, [Infection2020.com, June 30, 2020]. Contrast that with New York City, considered to have had the worst outbreak nationwide, with a 2.6 percent rate.

Although a Biogen conference that took place in Boston in late February was thought to be a super spreader of the virus, that isn’t where it originated. The first confirmed case: a UMass Boston student who traveled to Wuhan, China for winter break [UMass Boston student first confirmed case of coronavirus in Massachusetts, by Joe Dwinell, Boston Herald, February, 1, 2020].

Wuhan isn’t exactly a tourist destination for white, black, and Latino Americans. I can't say I've ever met someone who cares about the Yellow Crane Tower or Hubei Provincial Museum. As usual, little information about the Bay State’s Patient Zero is public other than his age and status as a student, it’s an almost certain bet that he’s a Chinese student. So one must ask: what was he doing here in the first place?

By Michelle Malkin on 06/30/2020

Earlier (2014): What’s the Matter With Kansas?– How Conservatism Inc. Is Blowing It In A Red State

Kansas hasn't voted for a Democrat in presidential elections since 1964. From 1995 to 2002 and from 2011 to 2017, Republicans in Topeka held the iron trifecta of the governor's mansion, the state House and the state Senate. In 2016, Donald Trump walloped Hillary Clinton in this quintessential red state by a 57-36 margin.

So why is it that, in 2020, a mainstream conservative Christian college student under fire by a violence-inciting campus mob can't find a single prominent Republican in the Sunflower State to uphold and defend his free speech rights?

Jaden McNeil is a 21-year-old Kansas State University undergrad, former Turning Point USA chapter leader, and founder of America First Students. Since quitting TPUSA last year over its shocking embrace of drag queens, open borders and a "culture of censorship," McNeil has been attacked by left-wing journalists and tarred through guilt by association. Local reporters such as Judy Thomas at the Kansas City Star have regurgitated baseless lies that McNeil (who I've known since last year and consider a friend and rising conservative star) is connected to "white nationalism" for advocating traditional social conservatism and an end to mass migration.

McNeil also refuses to bend his knee to Black Lives Matter, unlike so many swamp conservatives folding like cheap origami these days. On June 25, the young KSU student tweeted an edgy joke about BLM hero George Floyd:

"Congratulations to George Floyd on being drug free for an entire month!"

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