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By Federale on 05/20/2019

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See also: Federale In Japan: It Works—And It Could Work In The U.S. Too

During my most recent trip to the Land of the Rising Sun, I pondered President Donald J. Trump’s struggle to protect the Historic American Nation from demographic displacement via immivasion at the southwest border and a never-ending stream of legal-but-hostile immigrants. Given the chance, the Open-borders globalists who oppose Trump would do the same to the Historic Japanese Nation. But just as we have Trump (maybe), Japan has Makoto Sakurai, the leader of the Japan First  group, which wants to stop immigration and keep Japan for the Japanese.

News-wise, though, Japan First isn’t the only or most recent positive development.

For example, another is the moving celebration of Japanese identity in welcoming the new imperial era, Reiwa, which began on May 1. The new emperor is His Imperial Majesty Naruhito, the son of Akihito, now the emperor emeritus. Directly descended from the Amaterasu, the goddess who created Japan, the emperor symbolizes and personifies the nation. That creation myth forms the basis of Japanese unity and uniqueness. They rightly believe themselves a race and a culture apart from all others.

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 05/20/2019

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A week from today, Europeans may be able to gauge how high the tide of populism and nationalism has risen within their countries and on their continent.

For all the returns will be in from three days of elections in the 28 nations represented in the European Parliament.

Expectation: Nationalists and populists will turn in their strongest performance since the EU was established, and their parliamentary group—Europe of Nations and Freedom—could sweep a fourth of the seats in Strasbourg.

Nigel Farage's new Brexit Party is predicted to run first in the British elections, winning two to three times the votes of the ruling Tory Party of Prime Minister Theresa May.

By VDARE.com Reader on 05/20/2019
Re: Allan Wall's blog item AP Reports Lowest U.S. Birth Rate in 32 Years From: An American Expatriate in Peru [Email him] I saw the link about whites never being the majority again. [The U.S. white majority will soon disappear forever, by Dudley Poston, Houston Chronicle, April 30, 2019] Call it the Obama “fundamental transformation “effect of making healthcare crappier and costlier and the economy...
By James Fulford on 05/20/2019
Fox News reports on the case of Emanuel Samson, aka Kidega, charged in an anti-white mass shooting attack (1 dead, 7 wounded) on a Tennessee Church in 2017. Tennessee church gunman hoped to kill 10 white congregants to avenge Charleston massacre, prosecutors say Fox News, May 20, 2019 A black man accused of killing a woman and wounding seven other people at a Nashville church in September 2017 was ...
By James Fulford on 05/20/2019
When you hear from the professional fact-obscurers of the MSM that a "Michigan Man" is accused of doing something, you always wonder if it's a Dearbornistan Michigan Man (I. E. Arab terrorist) a Detroit, Michigan Man (I. E. black criminal) or an "appeared in court with a translator" Michigan Man (I. E. Guatemala Man.) In this case, however, Kiernan Brown seems to be a genuine Michigan Man: MASON, ...
By James Fulford on 05/20/2019
Mark Steyn has a note on President Trump's pardon of Canadian media figure Conrad Black, which features a touch of Trump's great style: This week, after a travesty of justice and (in effect) two prison terms, Conrad Black finally received his long overdue presidential pardon: When my assistant said there was a call from the White House, I picked up, said "Hello" and started to ask if this was a pr...
By Steve Sailer on 05/20/2019
Gasoline costs a lot in California. For example, the cash-only price at the Sherman Oaks Arco station (a discount brand) is currently $4.10 per gallon. Some of that is environmental regulations, some of that is high real estate prices. But some of the California Premium seems to be that gas prices out here go up fast (e.g., tensions rise in the Middle East: the price per gallon goes up overnight) a...
By Steve Sailer on 05/20/2019
From the PR department of the University of New South Wales, Sydney a few years ago: Record number of Indigenous doctors graduate from UNSW 15 DEC 2014 UNSW Medicine celebrated a milestone today with the graduation of six Indigenous doctors – the highest number in a single year. The graduations cement UNSW’s place as a leader in Indigenous medical education. Most of the group are the first in the...
By James Fulford on 05/20/2019
Charles Murray on Twitter: The article in question is Why race science is on the rise againAfter the second world war, the belief that differences between so-called ‘races’ are genetic became taboo. Now, with the far right resurgent, it’s back Angela Saini, Guardian, May 18, 2019 Indian science writer Angela Saini is the author of Superior: The Return of Race Science, for which this article is a...
By Steve Sailer on 05/19/2019
From The Verge: The artificial intelligence field is too white and too male, researchers sayA new report explores AI’s ‘diversity crisis’ By Colin Lecher @colinlecher Apr 16, 2019, 8:00pm EDT The artificial intelligence industry is facing a “diversity crisis,” researchers from the AI Now Institute The AI Now Institute? Yawn … They need a punchier name like the AIpocalypse Now Institute. sai...
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By Federale on 05/20/2019

Makoto

See also: Federale In Japan: It Works—And It Could Work In The U.S. Too

During my most recent trip to the Land of the Rising Sun, I pondered President Donald J. Trump’s struggle to protect the Historic American Nation from demographic displacement via immivasion at the southwest border and a never-ending stream of legal-but-hostile immigrants. Given the chance, the Open-borders globalists who oppose Trump would do the same to the Historic Japanese Nation. But just as we have Trump (maybe), Japan has Makoto Sakurai, the leader of the Japan First  group, which wants to stop immigration and keep Japan for the Japanese.

News-wise, though, Japan First isn’t the only or most recent positive development.

For example, another is the moving celebration of Japanese identity in welcoming the new imperial era, Reiwa, which began on May 1. The new emperor is His Imperial Majesty Naruhito, the son of Akihito, now the emperor emeritus. Directly descended from the Amaterasu, the goddess who created Japan, the emperor symbolizes and personifies the nation. That creation myth forms the basis of Japanese unity and uniqueness. They rightly believe themselves a race and a culture apart from all others.

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 05/20/2019

Farrightpop

A week from today, Europeans may be able to gauge how high the tide of populism and nationalism has risen within their countries and on their continent.

For all the returns will be in from three days of elections in the 28 nations represented in the European Parliament.

Expectation: Nationalists and populists will turn in their strongest performance since the EU was established, and their parliamentary group—Europe of Nations and Freedom—could sweep a fourth of the seats in Strasbourg.

Nigel Farage's new Brexit Party is predicted to run first in the British elections, winning two to three times the votes of the ruling Tory Party of Prime Minister Theresa May.

By John Derbyshire on 05/19/2019

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ArcticAlliance-0James Fulford writes: John Derbyshire made his now-annual visit to the American Renaissance conference in Burns, TN, held under the protection of the Tennessee Park Police and State Police, which left four antifa arrested.

The conference has been held annually since 1994, but recent years have shown that while never a hate group, the attendees are very much a hated group. It would be difficult to hold these conferences without police protection.

There's a conference report from Amren.com here, but no video as yet. This is the presentation as written.

Greetings, fellow heretics! Permit me to introduce myself.

My name is John Derbyshire. I was born and raised in England, but have spent most of my life—at this point, actually 51 percent—in the U.S.A.

I am a freelance writer. When I tell someone that, a frequent response is: “That’s nice; but what do you do for a living?” Well, that’s my living, and has been for eighteen years. I haven’t gotten rich, but I haven’t gone hungry, either.

Not that the writing business has worked out as I intended. I started with the aim to be a novelist, using persons and situations from out of my own imagination and experience to make penetrating observations about human nature and the human condition.

As it turned out, far and away my best-selling book has been a nonfiction work about mathematics

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Sixteen years after its publication, I still get a nice royalty check from it twice a year. That’s not bad in the book business. Still, like the slapstick comedian who yearns to play Hamlet, I would rather have been a novelist.

These are the vicissitudes of fate.

— My 2007 Column “An Arctic Alliance” —

Across the years I have also produced a vast mass of fugitive journalism for various outlets—book reviews and opinion pieces. The great majority of that mass has sunk without trace, no doubt deservedly, although I have tried to be diligent about archiving it at my personal website www.johnderbyshire.com.

There have, however, been a handful of pieces that caught the attention of many readers in such a way that I still get asked about them years later. One of those was an column I wrote in October 2007 for New English Review, a web magazine that is the brainchild of a charming and energetic lady here in Tennessee. The title of the piece was “An Arctic Alliance?

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This was a throw-away opinion piece that I wrote to meet a deadline. It is not closely argued and contains no very deep analysis. It does, however, offer an idea that I believe is worth airing, and which I have not seen discussed elsewhere. That idea is contained in the title, which I shall now unpack.

By John Derbyshire on 05/18/2019

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I got a little blast from the past reading Razib Khan's May 13th piece at National Review: Conservatives Shouldn't Fear Evolutionary Theory.

Just some background on Razib. I have known him for more than twenty years, since we were both on Steve Sailer's original Human BioDiversity discussion group. Razib is a geneticist, most particularly a population geneticist, with a wonderfully comprehensive knowledge of how the various peoples of the world differ from each other and how they got to be where they are.

Razib runs the Gene Expression blog at gnxp.com. His May 11th post there on the Uighurs is pretty representative of his interests: history, religion, and population genetics.

Just a word of warning: If you feel you want to comment at that blog, let me tell you that Razib is a serious rival to Greg Cochran for the world championship of Not Suffering Fools Gladly. If you want to challenge him, just make quite sure you know what you're talking about.

Well, on Tuesday Razib published this piece at National Review. It’s is a polite and non-vituperative but very eloquent defense of the scientific approach in general, and of modern evolutionary biology in particular. Sample quote: "Nature is not wish fulfilment; reality is not constructed by social ideologies."

As I started by saying, this struck me as a blast from the past; and it stirred a peculiar kind of nostalgia in me. Let me try to explain that.

By Washington Watcher on 05/17/2019

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Earlier by Washington Watcher: Kushner’s Plan Maybe Not DISASTROUS For Immigration Patriots, But Trump Should Go Back To RAISE Act Anyway

President Trump finally announced Jared Kushner’s much-anticipated immigration plan Thursday. It’s not as bad as the catastrophic Gang Of Eight bill or the various Bush Amnesty proposals. But it’s still an assault on American workers, shifting focus now to the educated middle class, and on the Historic American Nation.

The bill aims to make America’s immigration system more “merit-based” and move us away from chain migration. The merit-based part means that it will rapidly increase the number of skills-based visas, such as the H1b, in its implementation. Kushner’s plan keeps the number of visas issued every year the same. However, the plan’s stricter requirements may result in a modest reduction in immigration.

It also makes an effort to curb illegal immigration.

“Our proposal is pro-American, pro-immigrant and pro-worker,” Trump said in his White House announcement speech. “It’s just common sense. It will help all of our people including millions of devoted immigrants to achieve the American dream.” [Trump immigration plan revamps asylum, requires work skills and learning English, by Franco Ordonez, McClatchyDC, May 16, 2019]

The plan itself has not yet been released. But based on Trump’s announcement, various news reports, and the Watcher’s sources, we can get a fairly good picture of what’s good and bad about the plan.

The Good:

  • NO AMNESTY: The plan legalizes no illegal immigrants—not even DREAMers. That’s a major victory, considering previous proposed “comprehensive immigration reforms” all included Amnesty. Not so here.
  • Possible modest reduction in legal immigration: While the number of visas is kept the same, the new plan will make it much harder to obtain one. To be prioritized for a green card, applicants would need to be financially sound, speak English, and pass a basic U.S. civics test. The plan demands that nearly 60 percent of visas are apportioned to “highly-skilled” immigrant visas. In contrast, around 12 percent of the current intake is marked for high-skilled immigrants. These restrictions—if enforced—may make it doubtful all of these slots will be filled. As a result, America will probably take in fewer immigrants.
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