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By Ann Coulter on 06/26/2019
Everyone else wants the names of the FBI officials who approved the unprecedented law enforcement dragnet against low-level Trump aides in the middle of a presidential campaign. I want the names of the staffers at the Republican National Committee who prepared Trump’s “backgrounders” on potential hires for the new administration. (I’m not interested in finding out who leaked them because I assume i...
By Nicholas Stix on 06/25/2019

See also: Narrative Collapse: Is Charlottesville’s James Alex Fields The Next George Zimmerman?, August 15, 2017

I don’t believe James Alex Fields Jr., 22, got justice from the U.S. court system, and I certainly don’t expect he will get mercy. [Man convicted of killing Heather Heyer in Charlottesville attack asks judge for 'mercy' by Alan Suderman, Associated Press/WJLA, June 22nd 2019] And I further believe that, to a considerable extent, this is the fault of his court-appointed defense attorneys, Denise Lunsford and John Hill.

Fields will be sentenced on Friday, June 28, for the (unconstitutional in my opinion) federal “hate crimes” to which he pleaded guilty, reportedly to avoid the death penalty—on top of his state conviction for the murder of Heather Heyer, etc., for which he already has been sentenced to an incredible Life plus 419 years.

According to AP’s Suderman:

…Fields' attorneys highlighted his difficult upbringing, but with much of the details redacted from public viewing. He was raised by a paraplegic single mother and suffered "trauma" by growing up knowing that his Jewish grandfather had murdered his grandmother before committing suicide…

On December 7, 2018, Fields was convicted of First-Degree Murder, “five counts of aggravated malicious wounding, three counts of malicious wounding and a count of leaving the scene of an accident,” and sentenced to life plus 419 years. And that was just for starters. [Neo-Nazi James Fields gets life in prison, plus 419 years, for killing protester at Charlottesville rally by Tamar Lapin, New York Post, December 11, 2018]

On March 27, 2019, Fields pled guilty in federal court to 29 out of 30 “Hate Crime” charges [Avowed neo-Nazi pleads guilty to federal hate crime charges for deadly car attack in Charlottesville by Justin Jouvenal and Paul Duggan, Chicago Tribune-Washington Post, March 27, 2019.]

As a Jew and an American, why should I even care about the fate of a neo-Nazi?

Let there be no mistake: I do think James Alex Fields Jr. is a neo-Nazi.

However, last I heard, being a neo-Nazi is not a capital offense.

So here’s why I care:

  • America is supposedly a nation of laws, not men. Those laws apply to neo-Nazis, as much as everyone else;
  • The Leftist and “conservative” Main Stream Media have adopted the tactic of reducing everyone who opposes white genocide to the disenfranchised status of “neo-Nazi,” “fascist,” “white supremacist,” “xenophobe,” etc.—including yours truly.
  • James Alex Fields Jr. and the other Unite the Right demonstrators went to Charlottesville to exercise their First Amendment rights. Various parties, above all, Antifa and Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas, conspired to violently deprive them of said rights. Those parties, not Fields, are responsible for the death of Heather Heyer.
  • Fields is a victim of a totalitarian campaign uniting a nationwide terrorist organization called Antifa and complicit prosecutors and judges, aided and abetted by Establishment “conservatives.” Unite the Right was one of the few groups willing to fight said campaign.

Officially, Fields enjoyed the presumption of innocence. Officially, prosecutor Nina-Alice Antony had to prove three elements:

By Steve Sailer on 06/25/2019
From the National Post of Toronto: Zimbabwe is selling its elephants to ‘anyone who wants wildlife’ As conflict grows between people and wildlife, African nations gathered on Tuesday to discuss a common elephant management policy Ray Ndlovu, Bloomberg, June 25, 2019 Zimbabwe plans to sell elephants to Angola and is prepared to ship wild animals to any other interested countries as the southern Af...
By James Fulford on 06/25/2019
Earlier: The Immigrants Who Bring Their Slaves To America, And The Press That Doesn't Want You To Know This is a perfect example of the "Immigrants Committing Slavery" phenomenon, as it appears in the Main Stream Media: Shasta County couple charged with forcing Guatemalan woman and her daughters into labor By Michael McGough, Sacramento Bee, June 24, 2019 A married Shasta County couple have been c...
By Steve Sailer on 06/25/2019
From Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention: Genetic ancestry analysis reveals misclassification of commonly used cancer cell lines Stanley E Hooker, Leanne Woods-Burnham, Madhavi Bathina, Stacy M Lloyd, Priyatham Gorjala, Ranjana Mitra, Larisa Nonn, Kevin Sean Kimbro and Rick Kittles Background: Given the scarcity of cell lines from underrepresented populations, it is imperative that...
By Steve Sailer on 06/25/2019
From the New York Times in 1987: PAPERBACKS; RIPPING CLIO’S BODICE – THE CHRONICLE OF A SWEET SAVAGE HACK By FLORENCE KING, MAY 3, 1987 … By the mid-1970’s the so-called ”antifeminist backlash” had produced a demand for lushly romantic bodice-rippers known in the trade as ”sweet savages” after one of the genre’s all-time blockbusters, ”Sweet Savage Love” (1974) by Rosemary Rogers. Published as or...
By Michelle Malkin on 06/25/2019

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Earlier, by Steve Sailer: Knitting Community Bans Trump Supporters In Name of Inclusivity

Fun fact: I've been crocheting since I was 10, when my Tita Lisa taught me the magic of granny squares. Fellow yarn nerds will understand the heavenly bliss of spending hours at Hobby Lobby or Walmart immersed in a sea of alpaca, mohair, angora, super bulky and super saver skeins for blankets, baby clothes, hats, headbands, scarves, bookmarks and potholders. (Yes, I've made them all!) I passed on the tradition to my artsy teenage daughter; teaming up on a Christmas afghan for my dad last year was one of my favorite ever projects.

Are you surprised? You shouldn't be. Creativity and crafting transcend political ideology—or so you might think.

This week, Ravelry.com, one of the internet's most popular gathering sites for crocheters and knitters with a reported 8.5 million users, publicly smeared and ejected conservative members who support President Donald Trump—all in the name of protecting their preciously "inclusive" safe space. Excluding to include. Welcome to opposite world. On Sunday (there's no rest for vengeful social justice warriors), Ravelry's founders announced:

"We are banning support of Donald Trump and his administration on Ravelry. This includes support in the form of forum posts, projects, patterns, profiles, and all other content."

The progressive operators at Ravelry declared that every right-winger on the fiber arts forum who supports our commander in chief is really just a KKK domestic terrorist wielding sharp needles instead of flaming crosses and nooses. It doesn't matter whether you support the White House because you are pro-borders, pro-life, pro-entrepreneur, pro-limited government, anti-collectivist or anti-socialist.

By James Fulford on 06/25/2019
We have a tag I call "White Guy Loses His Job". Usually it means a guy who is fired for saying something pro-white. Almost nothing you can say that's pro-black or anti-white will cause you to lose your job, as Peter Bradley pointed out in "Why Do Only Whites Lose Jobs Over Racial Remarks?" more than ten years ago. Of course, that fact means that these firings constitute discrimination under the Civ...
By Steve Sailer on 06/25/2019
Ravelry’s Executive VP for Inclusivity, Diversity, and Sensitivity Madame Defarge explained, “Off with their heads!” From The Guardian: ‘White supremacy’: popular knitting website Ravelry bans support for TrumpAdministrators take action to ensure site ‘is inclusive of all’ Stephanie Convery @gingerandhoneySun 23 Jun 2019 Ravelry is banning users from expressing support for the US president One of...
By Steve Sailer on 06/25/2019
This lady’s memoir about all the famous men like Donald Trump and Hunter S. Thompson who just can’t stop raping her due to her overwhelming sexiness reads like a cross between a bodice ripper romance novel entitled The Maiden Who Was Ravished by the Pirate Captain and a Letter to Penthouse. [Comment at Unz.com]...
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By Ann Coulter on 06/26/2019
Everyone else wants the names of the FBI officials who approved the unprecedented law enforcement dragnet against low-level Trump aides in the middle of a presidential campaign. I want the names of the staffers at the Republican National Committee who prepared Trump’s “backgrounders” on potential hires for the new administration. (I’m not interested in finding out who leaked them because I assume i...
By Nicholas Stix on 06/25/2019

See also: Narrative Collapse: Is Charlottesville’s James Alex Fields The Next George Zimmerman?, August 15, 2017

I don’t believe James Alex Fields Jr., 22, got justice from the U.S. court system, and I certainly don’t expect he will get mercy. [Man convicted of killing Heather Heyer in Charlottesville attack asks judge for 'mercy' by Alan Suderman, Associated Press/WJLA, June 22nd 2019] And I further believe that, to a considerable extent, this is the fault of his court-appointed defense attorneys, Denise Lunsford and John Hill.

Fields will be sentenced on Friday, June 28, for the (unconstitutional in my opinion) federal “hate crimes” to which he pleaded guilty, reportedly to avoid the death penalty—on top of his state conviction for the murder of Heather Heyer, etc., for which he already has been sentenced to an incredible Life plus 419 years.

According to AP’s Suderman:

…Fields' attorneys highlighted his difficult upbringing, but with much of the details redacted from public viewing. He was raised by a paraplegic single mother and suffered "trauma" by growing up knowing that his Jewish grandfather had murdered his grandmother before committing suicide…

On December 7, 2018, Fields was convicted of First-Degree Murder, “five counts of aggravated malicious wounding, three counts of malicious wounding and a count of leaving the scene of an accident,” and sentenced to life plus 419 years. And that was just for starters. [Neo-Nazi James Fields gets life in prison, plus 419 years, for killing protester at Charlottesville rally by Tamar Lapin, New York Post, December 11, 2018]

On March 27, 2019, Fields pled guilty in federal court to 29 out of 30 “Hate Crime” charges [Avowed neo-Nazi pleads guilty to federal hate crime charges for deadly car attack in Charlottesville by Justin Jouvenal and Paul Duggan, Chicago Tribune-Washington Post, March 27, 2019.]

As a Jew and an American, why should I even care about the fate of a neo-Nazi?

Let there be no mistake: I do think James Alex Fields Jr. is a neo-Nazi.

However, last I heard, being a neo-Nazi is not a capital offense.

So here’s why I care:

  • America is supposedly a nation of laws, not men. Those laws apply to neo-Nazis, as much as everyone else;
  • The Leftist and “conservative” Main Stream Media have adopted the tactic of reducing everyone who opposes white genocide to the disenfranchised status of “neo-Nazi,” “fascist,” “white supremacist,” “xenophobe,” etc.—including yours truly.
  • James Alex Fields Jr. and the other Unite the Right demonstrators went to Charlottesville to exercise their First Amendment rights. Various parties, above all, Antifa and Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas, conspired to violently deprive them of said rights. Those parties, not Fields, are responsible for the death of Heather Heyer.
  • Fields is a victim of a totalitarian campaign uniting a nationwide terrorist organization called Antifa and complicit prosecutors and judges, aided and abetted by Establishment “conservatives.” Unite the Right was one of the few groups willing to fight said campaign.

Officially, Fields enjoyed the presumption of innocence. Officially, prosecutor Nina-Alice Antony had to prove three elements:

By Michelle Malkin on 06/25/2019

Donald trump knitting group

Earlier, by Steve Sailer: Knitting Community Bans Trump Supporters In Name of Inclusivity

Fun fact: I've been crocheting since I was 10, when my Tita Lisa taught me the magic of granny squares. Fellow yarn nerds will understand the heavenly bliss of spending hours at Hobby Lobby or Walmart immersed in a sea of alpaca, mohair, angora, super bulky and super saver skeins for blankets, baby clothes, hats, headbands, scarves, bookmarks and potholders. (Yes, I've made them all!) I passed on the tradition to my artsy teenage daughter; teaming up on a Christmas afghan for my dad last year was one of my favorite ever projects.

Are you surprised? You shouldn't be. Creativity and crafting transcend political ideology—or so you might think.

This week, Ravelry.com, one of the internet's most popular gathering sites for crocheters and knitters with a reported 8.5 million users, publicly smeared and ejected conservative members who support President Donald Trump—all in the name of protecting their preciously "inclusive" safe space. Excluding to include. Welcome to opposite world. On Sunday (there's no rest for vengeful social justice warriors), Ravelry's founders announced:

"We are banning support of Donald Trump and his administration on Ravelry. This includes support in the form of forum posts, projects, patterns, profiles, and all other content."

The progressive operators at Ravelry declared that every right-winger on the fiber arts forum who supports our commander in chief is really just a KKK domestic terrorist wielding sharp needles instead of flaming crosses and nooses. It doesn't matter whether you support the White House because you are pro-borders, pro-life, pro-entrepreneur, pro-limited government, anti-collectivist or anti-socialist.

By Allan Wall on 06/24/2019

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I watched President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign kickoff in Orlando, Florida, while here in Mexico. Mexican analysts’ much-calmer analysis was quite the contrast to June 2015, when Trump came down the escalator in Trump Tower and vowed to build a wall (How quaint that now seems!) Yet something else might be at work: Solid majorities of Mexicans think like Trump on immigration, the polling data show, and favor closing the border with Guatemala and deporting Central American illegals.

After Trump’s announcement four years ago, the Mexican chattering class went berserk and presented him as Mexico’s No. 1 Enemy. The mindless Trump-bashing went on for some time. But his time, those same elites delivered a much more measured message with no frothing at the mouth. In contrast, U.S. elites are still frothing over an election they lost fair and square!

What changed? I attribute the shift to five factors:

  • TRUMP IS PRESIDENT: Mexico’s diplomatic relationship with the U.S. is by far its most important. Politics and diplomacy are about finding common interests, not about liking people. So Mexican officials have gotten used to the reality that Trump is president and they must deal with him.
  • MEXICANS LEARNED THAT TRUMP’S BARK IS WORSE THAN HIS BITE: Like Americans, Mexicans have seen Trump fail to clamp down on illegal immigration in the ferocious way he promised.
  • THE AMLO PRESIDENCY: Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (“AMLO”) was Mexico’s perennial far-left candidate. During the 2018 Mexican election, we heard dire predictions that he would be in constant conflict with Trump. But that hasn’t happened. Indeed, he goes out of his way not to start trouble with Trump, not least because he wants the U.S. to pitch in lots of money for the massive international aid and development project he has proposed. And remember, as I reported in my coverage of Mexico’s election: The (relatively) right-wing Ricardo Anaya, not AMLO, was the biggest Trump-basher of the campaign. 
  • DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE ON THE BORDER: Most illegal aliens entering the U.S. used to be Mexicans. Now, about 70 percent, S. border officials say, are Central Americans who enter through Guatemala, then traverse some 2,000 miles of Mexico to our southwest frontier. Grassroots Mexicans aren’t happy about it, but more on that later. Mexican analysts marveled that Trump portrayed Mexico as an ally in stopping illegal immigration. In 2015, he portrayed Mexico as the enemy.
  • THE TARIFF THREAT: Trump’s recent tariff threat scared AMLO. He sent his very competent foreign affairs team, led by Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, to negotiate a deal in which Mexico committed to crack down more on non-Mexicans passing through to the U.S. There’s no guarantee it will follow through long term. But it is an opportunity to slow or stop the Camp-of-the-Saints invasion, which sent 144,278 illegals across the border in May alone [Southwest Border Migration FY 2019, CPB.gov] Of course, Trump must stay focused on the situation.

Bottom line: AMLO wants a good relationship with the U.S. and is willing to deal with Trump. The two meet in September, a confabulation that AMLO is linking, Bloomberg reported,  to the evaluation period in the tariff-immigration deal:

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 06/24/2019
Visualizing 150 Iranian dead from a missile strike that he had ordered, President Donald Trump recoiled and canceled the strike, a brave decision and defining moment for his presidency. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, John Bolton and Vice President Mike Pence had signed off on the strike on Iran as the right response to Tehran's shootdown of a U.S. Global Hawk spy plane over the Gulf of Oman. The U...
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