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Article By Jason Kessler on 10/18/2021

See also: What Really Happened at Charlottesville, Part I and Part II by Roger Devlin

There can be few things more transparently evil than framing someone for murder, or a terrorist attack, simply because you don’t like their politics. But as we approach the start of the Sines v Kessler case on October 25, that is exactly what is happening to me and to other attendees of the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville VA.

The lawsuit, filed by various “counter-protesters” i.e. disruptors of the UTR rally—for which I held a permit upheld by a federal judge—alleges a violent conspiracy to assault and murder racial minorities. But as trial approaches. and no evidence of a conspiracy between James Fields, controversially convicted of running down and causing the death of Leftist protestor Heather Heyer, and UTR organizers has materialized, the politically-connected attorneys representing the plaintiffs have begun maneuvers to suppress this inconvenient fact.

Take for example, their treatment of the Charlottesville Independent Review, conducted at the city government’s behest by former federal prosecutor Tim Heaphy [Charlottesville report criticises police response and blocking of investigation, by Associated Press, The Guardian, December 2, 2017]. Incredibly, plaintiffs have filed motions trying to bar its use as evidence at trial.

Why would they do that? Perhaps because the Heaphy Report details critical failures by police and said flatly that “the City of Charlottesville protected neither free expression nor public safety on August 12.” It materialized police leadership had no intention of allowing a peaceful rally. They caused protesters and counter-protesters to fight as part of a pre-approved plan to declare an unlawful assembly.

Post By Former Agent on 10/17/2021
Both the Baltimore Sun and the Washington Post appear to have stopped coverage of what is going on along the southern border. However, the steady stream of humanity continues to pour across. Just because there is not a wave of humanity sitting under the Del Rio Port of Entry does not by a long shot mean that the numbers have ceased. The numbers of crossings on the Texas/Mexico border are compiled f...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/17/2021
Earlier: Happy Texas Independence Day, 2021 From a researcher named John Parman: I’ve always wondered whether cowboys from Texas really did tend to be tall, or whether somebody just made up the phrase “tall Texan” because it’s alliterative and catchy. Here’s a graph showing height of WWII inductees by county. Solid red is 5′10″ or taller, solid yellow is 5’7″ or smaller. Apparently, in the 1940s, ...
Post By Paul Kersey on 10/17/2021
Earlier: College Basketball Coaches Demand Even Dumber Basketball Players Face it: in Post–George Floyd America, all standards once attempting to maintain civilization are being replaced because they perpetuated “institutional racism.” There is no defense when one suggests “institutional racism” is the reason behind black individuals collectively being denied admission into a segment of society the...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/17/2021
Earlier: Is This Century's Greatest Woman Novelist A Man? Males don’t read much fiction these days, so publishers increasingly prefer novels for women. On the other hand, a lot of the fiction talent is still male, so we are seeing increasing numbers of cases like this from The Guardian: Female Spanish thriller writer Carmen Mola revealed to be three men Trio step out from behind pseudonym markete...
Article By James Fulford on 10/16/2021

James Fulford: I’ve just retrieved VDARE.com Editor Peter Brimelow’s review of three immigration books of the 90s that was published in the pre-purge National Review shortly before the immigration book of the 90s, Alien Nation, was published by Random House. I’ve included some links, updates and a conclusion.

By Peter Brimelow

Published under the title “Aliens 3: Three Immigration Books Of The 90s,”  National Review, October 24, 1994, but like a lot of old archives, not available on their website, possibly because they’re embarrassed by pre-cuckservative writing.

This time around, the immigration issue has just snuck up and mugged the American nation, as opposed to the protracted debate before the last immigration cut-off in the 1920s. Partly this is because of deeply deceptive advertising for the 1965 Immigration Act, which ended the forty-year immigration lull and began effective discrimination in favor of Third World immigrants. Mostly it is because Establishment conservatives and liberals are uniquely allied in their complacency and complaisance.

cover (5)For example, Chinese immigrants no doubt deserve the "model minority" title pressed on them by the media and vote-hungry Republican politicians, at least in contrast to other recent arrivals. Nevertheless, they have also brought with them massive organized crime, rooted in history and fertilized by heroin. Chinese crime, like Chinese cuisine, varies according to regional origin. So Americans can now savor Cantonese (vice and extortion), Taiwanese (fraud, money laundering), and Fukienese (violence).

Which is a benefit of multicultural diversity that you will not read about in the New York Times—or on the Wall Street Journal editorial page for that matter. Demand creates supply, however, and you can now read about this and many other delights in Wayne Lutton and John Tanton's The Immigration Invasion, a treasure trove of facts on the most critical but worst-covered issue in American politics.

Post By Kenn Gividen on 10/16/2021
Earlier: August Farm Attacks In South Africa: Whites Murdered, Beaten, Axed, Kidnapped, Held Prisoner, Shot, And In One Case Gang-Raped White South African farmers were attacked, beaten, murdered (3 died) and tortured with whips and hot irons. One woman in Sasolburg, whose husband was in the process of being beaten to death, was able to seize the club from the attacker's hand and kill him. Police a...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/16/2021
A few years ago, the University of California Board of Regents, incensed that Asians are pulling away from blacks and Latinos on SAT scores, demanded than an expert panel of professors nominated by the UC Academic Senate study whether the SAT actually complemented high school GPA in predicting whether students could survive the rigors of U. of California colleges. The faculty experts reported back ...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/16/2021
Earlier: Lesbians And Domestic Disputes Self-identifying lesbians appear to be fading away numerically as young women of the sapphic persuasion are increasingly persuaded to declare themselves males and take male hormones. But old questions about lesbian domestic violence were revived this week—Is it really as common as cops and emergency room workers say? If so, why are lesbians so violent toward ...
Radio derb By John Derbyshire on 10/15/2021
01m04s  Slow systemic collapse.  (The whole shebang.) 06m31s  Radicals take over school boards.  (The tentacles of the Left.) 14m22s  Our lawless law schools.  (Race at Yale.) 21m36s  Canceling biology.  (Denying race and sex.) 30m35s  VDARE goes to SCOTUS.  (Worth a try.) 36m08s  The 25th Bond movie.  (Our uncreative century.) 39m23s  The price of bad manners.  ($137 million.) 42m18s  Signoff.  (...
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By Jason Kessler on 10/18/2021

See also: What Really Happened at Charlottesville, Part I and Part II by Roger Devlin

There can be few things more transparently evil than framing someone for murder, or a terrorist attack, simply because you don’t like their politics. But as we approach the start of the Sines v Kessler case on October 25, that is exactly what is happening to me and to other attendees of the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville VA.

The lawsuit, filed by various “counter-protesters” i.e. disruptors of the UTR rally—for which I held a permit upheld by a federal judge—alleges a violent conspiracy to assault and murder racial minorities. But as trial approaches. and no evidence of a conspiracy between James Fields, controversially convicted of running down and causing the death of Leftist protestor Heather Heyer, and UTR organizers has materialized, the politically-connected attorneys representing the plaintiffs have begun maneuvers to suppress this inconvenient fact.

Take for example, their treatment of the Charlottesville Independent Review, conducted at the city government’s behest by former federal prosecutor Tim Heaphy [Charlottesville report criticises police response and blocking of investigation, by Associated Press, The Guardian, December 2, 2017]. Incredibly, plaintiffs have filed motions trying to bar its use as evidence at trial.

Why would they do that? Perhaps because the Heaphy Report details critical failures by police and said flatly that “the City of Charlottesville protected neither free expression nor public safety on August 12.” It materialized police leadership had no intention of allowing a peaceful rally. They caused protesters and counter-protesters to fight as part of a pre-approved plan to declare an unlawful assembly.

By James Fulford on 10/16/2021

James Fulford: I’ve just retrieved VDARE.com Editor Peter Brimelow’s review of three immigration books of the 90s that was published in the pre-purge National Review shortly before the immigration book of the 90s, Alien Nation, was published by Random House. I’ve included some links, updates and a conclusion.

By Peter Brimelow

Published under the title “Aliens 3: Three Immigration Books Of The 90s,”  National Review, October 24, 1994, but like a lot of old archives, not available on their website, possibly because they’re embarrassed by pre-cuckservative writing.

This time around, the immigration issue has just snuck up and mugged the American nation, as opposed to the protracted debate before the last immigration cut-off in the 1920s. Partly this is because of deeply deceptive advertising for the 1965 Immigration Act, which ended the forty-year immigration lull and began effective discrimination in favor of Third World immigrants. Mostly it is because Establishment conservatives and liberals are uniquely allied in their complacency and complaisance.

cover (5)For example, Chinese immigrants no doubt deserve the "model minority" title pressed on them by the media and vote-hungry Republican politicians, at least in contrast to other recent arrivals. Nevertheless, they have also brought with them massive organized crime, rooted in history and fertilized by heroin. Chinese crime, like Chinese cuisine, varies according to regional origin. So Americans can now savor Cantonese (vice and extortion), Taiwanese (fraud, money laundering), and Fukienese (violence).

Which is a benefit of multicultural diversity that you will not read about in the New York Times—or on the Wall Street Journal editorial page for that matter. Demand creates supply, however, and you can now read about this and many other delights in Wayne Lutton and John Tanton's The Immigration Invasion, a treasure trove of facts on the most critical but worst-covered issue in American politics.

By John Derbyshire on 10/15/2021

[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com]

The horrors of Wokeness in higher education have been a staple of conservative commentary for decades—at least since the publication of Roger Kimball's book Tenured Radicals back in 1990.

So the recent flap at Yale Law School did not cause me to swoon in astonishment. It is, though, an exceptionally nasty specimen of Higher Ed Wokeness: partly because it's an incident all of whose points (as they say at dog shows) are very well defined—the pettiness of the imagined offense, the spineless cowardice of college administrators—but also because this is Yale Law School, just about the most prestigious incubator of ruling-class nobility.

Here is the offense. A second-year law student is of part-Cherokee ancestry and so—of course!—a member of the Native American Law Students Association (NALSA). He is also a member of the Federalist Society, which is an association of Establishment Conservative lawyers, law professors,  and law students—all six conservative justices currently on the U.S. Supreme Court are members.

This student sent an email round to classmates on September 15th inviting them to a Constitution Day party event two days later jointly organized by both those clubs, NALSA and the Federalists. The party would be held, he wrote, at "our very own (soon to be) world-renowned NALSA Trap House." Refreshments would include "American-themed snacks like Popeye's chicken and apple pie" [A Yale Law Student Sent a Lighthearted Email Inviting Classmates to His ‘Trap House.’ The School Is Now Calling Him To Account., by Aaron Sibarium, Free Beacon, October 13, 2021].

By James Kirkpatrick on 10/14/2021

The consequences of mass immigration are indistinguishable from those of military conquest, and invaders are now increasingly comfortable about speaking in such terms. Thus another “caravan” of Haitians is being formed south of the border and its leader, supposedly a dual citizen of Mexico and the U.S., brags about being ready for “war.” The Biden Administration is doing nothing to stop this, but it is halting enforcement actions against workplaces using illegal labor. And it has set loose more than 100,000 illegals, regardless of Covid vaccination status, while simultaneously pushing massive pandemic restrictions on actual Americans. This isn’t simply a mistake. It’s a deliberate attempt to turn America into the Third World, so the Left can reign over one giant Haiti. It’s obviously treason, except for the fact that many of those imposing these policies never considered themselves American to begin with.

Let Irineo Mujica, who is reportedly leading one of these caravans, speak for himself—migrants are coming “with or without papers” and they are “ready for war”:

Indeed, it’s even something of a jihad, as he claims God is with them [New Haitian caravan heading for U.S. border in 20 days, activist says, by Julian Resendiz, WGN9, October 6, 2021]. Mujica is apparently a dual citizen of America and Mexico [Irineo Mujica, FrontLineDefenders, Accessed October 13, 2021]. This has been a long-time racket for Mujica, as his Pueblo Sin Fronteras group organized the “caravan” of 2018. So it’s no mystery who is behind these caravans. Why won’t immigration law enforcement—and,  for that matter, the FBI—refuse to arrest someone who is openly saying that he will break America’s laws?

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 10/14/2021
"When sorrows come," said King Claudius, "they come not single spies but in battalions." As the king found out. So it seems with President Joe Biden, who must be asking himself the question Merle Haggard asked: "Are the good times really over for good?" Consider the critical issue with voters today: the state of the economy. Inflation in September stood at 5.4% year on year. With prices of food and...
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