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Article By James Fulford on 10/13/2019

Earlier In Waterville, Maine, Mayor Nick Isgro Proclaims Columbus Day, Not "Indigenous People's Day"

Unless you’re in Canada (in which case Happy Thanksgiving!) it’s a month early for the War On Thanksgiving, and two months early for the War On Christmas, but it’s Columbus Day, and War On Columbus Day has become part of the War On White America.

Also, of course, the War on Christianity in general—Columbus was a Christian, his ships are frequently represented with crosses on the sails, and the pre-Columbian societies in North America and the Caribbean were pagan or heathen, which means that they had human slavery, cannibalism, and tribal warfare with stone knives and clubs. English philosopher Thomas Hobbes, writing more than a hundred years after Columbus discovered the New World, described society in a “state of nature” as being "solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short" [Leviathan, Chapters XIIIXIV].

https://i.imgur.com/mxMPZBb.jpgThat’s what Columbus found when he arrived. In Waterville, Maine, where, as I mentioned recently, the heroic Mayor Nick Isgro prefers to celebrate Columbus Day (the Federal holiday) rather than “Indigenous People’s Day” (the holiday proclaimed by antiwhite haters in the Maine State Legislature) some University of Maine College Republicans spoke out in a Facebook post [Archive link] which controversially criticized human sacrifice and cannibalism.

Of course, the University of Maine’s “Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students”(I.E. Cultural Marxist Commissar ) Robert Dana [Email him] attacked the College Republicans in an email to everyone with a UMaine email address. If you’re a student at UMaine, you can protect your email address from spammers, but if the Commissar in charge of “Student Life” wants to send you an email, he can (the email was also signed by college president Joan Ferrini-Mundy [Email her]):

Post By Steve Sailer on 10/13/2019
The Soviet Union under Stalin created a cult around Pavlik Morozov, a 13 year old child Communist who was endlessly admired for ratting out his own father to the secret police. Here’s a new NYT opinion essay: Racists Are Recruiting. Watch Your White Sons.Parents need to understand how white supremacists prey on teen boys, so they can intervene. By Joanna SchroederMs. Schroeder is a writer. Oct. 1...
Post By John Derbyshire on 10/13/2019
It's Columbus Day on Monday. What Christopher Columbus was to the Americas, Captain Cook was to New Zealand. Well, approximately: The Dutch navigator Abel Tasman was the first European to catch sight of the islands, 127 years before Cook showed up, but Tasman didn't land. Cook did, on October 8th, 1769, and claimed New Zealand for Britain. So Tuesday this week was the 250th anniversary of Cook's la...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/13/2019
From the New York Times opinion section: How Italians Became ‘White’By Brent StaplesMr. Staples is a member of the editorial board.OCT. 12, 2019 In the future, white people will always be referred to as “white” people, while black people will be referred to as “Black bodies” with a capital B. I first noticed this trend with Ta-Nehisi Coates’ hilarious bestseller in 2015, where blacks are “black b...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/13/2019
Washington Post headline: No refugees allowed? Trump’s plan to give states and cities a veto prompts an outcry. The president’s executive order is unprecedented in the history of U.S. refugee resettlements, a system that has long had bipartisan support. Advocates fear ugly debates if politicians try to restrict who can move in. By Griff Witte For some reason, none of the 12,900 residents of Mal...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/13/2019
From the Washington Post: This trail-blazing suburb has tried for 60 years to tackle race. What if trying isn’t enough? By Laura Meckler, OCTOBER 11, 2019 SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio — It’s an article of faith in this Cleveland suburb: If any place can navigate the complex issues of race in America, it’s Shaker Heights. Trump got only 11.7% of the vote in the 2016 election in Shaker Heights. Sixty...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/13/2019
Ancient DNA has been used so far largely for the study of racial groups: e.g., the people who lived in Britain 5000 years ago are pretty different from the people who lived in Britain 4000 years ago, but the people who lived in Britain 4000 years ago are not too different from the people who lived in Britain 100 years ago. But ancient DNA can also be used to answer questions about much smaller g...
Article By Lance Welton on 10/12/2019

See, earlier, by Linda Thom: Unrest In Urumqi—A Californian Draws A Dark Lesson For Her Own State

There’s an old stereotype that “all Chinese people look the same.” However, what people really mean is that Han Chinese people, who make up 91% of the population of the People’s Republic of China, look the same. There are also 55 officially-recognized ethnic minorities in China. And then there are ethnic minorities whom the Chinese government refuses to recognize. This is usually because they are Turkic peoples who are genetically very different from the Han and don’t like being ruled by them. One of these unrecognized ethnic minorities: 11.3 million-strong Muslim “Uyghur.” They have effectively been in rebellion against Han occupation for centuries. And, genetically, they are, to a great extent, white.

Why are the Uyghurs in the news so much? Why is our government trying to pressure the Chinese to stop abusing Uyghur “human rights”? [Top US diplomat keeps up pressure on China over Muslim Uighurs, Aljazeera, October 10, 2019, ]. How did the Uyghur become such an irritant to the Beijing regime?

The Uyghur, known until the 1930s simply as the Turki, have repeatedly risen up against their East Asian Han overlords, inevitable because they are genetically and culturally very different from the Han. It has been demonstrated that the more genetically different two ethnic groups are, the more likely they are fight against each other [see Ethnic Conflicts, by Tatu Vanhanen]. Essentially, there has been continuous unrest in the Northwest province of Xinjiang, where the China’s Uyghur mainly live, since 1931. This province, once overwhelmingly Uyghur, is now only 45% Uyghur—and 40% Han. Its capital city, Urumqi, is now 75% Han and only 12.8% Uyghur.

These massive demographic changes reflect a deliberate Han government policy of overwhelming Xinjiang, and especially its capital, with Han immigrants so that the Uyghur will completely lose control of their territory, be absorbed into Han culture, and stop being a quasi-white thorn in the Han regime’s side.  

In contrast, intense restrictions are not imposed on the Muslim “Hui,” as the Hui are not in rebellion and are genetically closely related to the Han [Genetic substructure and forensic characteristics of Chinese Hui populations using 157 Y-SNPs and 27 Y-STRs, By Mingkung Xie et al., FSI Genetics, 2019]) so the Han are prepared to tolerate them.

But, unlike the Hui, Uyghur cannot set up schools to educate their children in Islam. If they work for the state, they are not given facilities to fast during Ramadan. Uyghur must live in gated communities with police check points. QR codes (computer-readable barcodes) must be attached to the doors of their dwellings so that the police can easily check who is authorised to be there [The race card, The Economist, September 3, 2016].

Post By Steve Sailer on 10/12/2019
From the New York Times: Eliud Kipchoge Breaks Two-Hour Marathon Barrier In Vienna, the Kenyan achieved a milestone once believed to be unattainable. But his time, 1:59:40, will not be recognized as a world record. By Andrew Keh, Oct. 12, 2019 VIENNA — On Saturday morning in Vienna, on a course specially chosen for speed, in an athletic spectacle of historic proportions, Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya r...
Post By Wayne Allensworth on 10/12/2019
With Swamp creatures in a high lather over “Ukrainegate,” the MSM has continued to display its strong commitment to free speech and fair play. NBC, for instance, has announced it will not run a Trump ad detailing Joe Biden’s abuse of power and corruption regarding Ukraine and his son Hunter’s business connections there. As anyone who has been paying attention knows by now, Old Joe threatened to hol...
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By James Fulford on 10/13/2019

Earlier In Waterville, Maine, Mayor Nick Isgro Proclaims Columbus Day, Not "Indigenous People's Day"

Unless you’re in Canada (in which case Happy Thanksgiving!) it’s a month early for the War On Thanksgiving, and two months early for the War On Christmas, but it’s Columbus Day, and War On Columbus Day has become part of the War On White America.

Also, of course, the War on Christianity in general—Columbus was a Christian, his ships are frequently represented with crosses on the sails, and the pre-Columbian societies in North America and the Caribbean were pagan or heathen, which means that they had human slavery, cannibalism, and tribal warfare with stone knives and clubs. English philosopher Thomas Hobbes, writing more than a hundred years after Columbus discovered the New World, described society in a “state of nature” as being "solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short" [Leviathan, Chapters XIIIXIV].

https://i.imgur.com/mxMPZBb.jpgThat’s what Columbus found when he arrived. In Waterville, Maine, where, as I mentioned recently, the heroic Mayor Nick Isgro prefers to celebrate Columbus Day (the Federal holiday) rather than “Indigenous People’s Day” (the holiday proclaimed by antiwhite haters in the Maine State Legislature) some University of Maine College Republicans spoke out in a Facebook post [Archive link] which controversially criticized human sacrifice and cannibalism.

Of course, the University of Maine’s “Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students”(I.E. Cultural Marxist Commissar ) Robert Dana [Email him] attacked the College Republicans in an email to everyone with a UMaine email address. If you’re a student at UMaine, you can protect your email address from spammers, but if the Commissar in charge of “Student Life” wants to send you an email, he can (the email was also signed by college president Joan Ferrini-Mundy [Email her]):

By Lance Welton on 10/12/2019

See, earlier, by Linda Thom: Unrest In Urumqi—A Californian Draws A Dark Lesson For Her Own State

There’s an old stereotype that “all Chinese people look the same.” However, what people really mean is that Han Chinese people, who make up 91% of the population of the People’s Republic of China, look the same. There are also 55 officially-recognized ethnic minorities in China. And then there are ethnic minorities whom the Chinese government refuses to recognize. This is usually because they are Turkic peoples who are genetically very different from the Han and don’t like being ruled by them. One of these unrecognized ethnic minorities: 11.3 million-strong Muslim “Uyghur.” They have effectively been in rebellion against Han occupation for centuries. And, genetically, they are, to a great extent, white.

Why are the Uyghurs in the news so much? Why is our government trying to pressure the Chinese to stop abusing Uyghur “human rights”? [Top US diplomat keeps up pressure on China over Muslim Uighurs, Aljazeera, October 10, 2019, ]. How did the Uyghur become such an irritant to the Beijing regime?

The Uyghur, known until the 1930s simply as the Turki, have repeatedly risen up against their East Asian Han overlords, inevitable because they are genetically and culturally very different from the Han. It has been demonstrated that the more genetically different two ethnic groups are, the more likely they are fight against each other [see Ethnic Conflicts, by Tatu Vanhanen]. Essentially, there has been continuous unrest in the Northwest province of Xinjiang, where the China’s Uyghur mainly live, since 1931. This province, once overwhelmingly Uyghur, is now only 45% Uyghur—and 40% Han. Its capital city, Urumqi, is now 75% Han and only 12.8% Uyghur.

These massive demographic changes reflect a deliberate Han government policy of overwhelming Xinjiang, and especially its capital, with Han immigrants so that the Uyghur will completely lose control of their territory, be absorbed into Han culture, and stop being a quasi-white thorn in the Han regime’s side.  

In contrast, intense restrictions are not imposed on the Muslim “Hui,” as the Hui are not in rebellion and are genetically closely related to the Han [Genetic substructure and forensic characteristics of Chinese Hui populations using 157 Y-SNPs and 27 Y-STRs, By Mingkung Xie et al., FSI Genetics, 2019]) so the Han are prepared to tolerate them.

But, unlike the Hui, Uyghur cannot set up schools to educate their children in Islam. If they work for the state, they are not given facilities to fast during Ramadan. Uyghur must live in gated communities with police check points. QR codes (computer-readable barcodes) must be attached to the doors of their dwellings so that the police can easily check who is authorised to be there [The race card, The Economist, September 3, 2016].

By Washington Watcher II on 10/11/2019

Immigration patriots know that Donald Trump hasn’t been the border cop they voted for in 2016. Ann Coulter invited Trump’s ire when she wrote as much in February: “Trump has spent 25 months not building the wall.” But then Trump did divert military appropriations to begin construction, and more recently, his stricter new rules seem finally to be reducing the inflow, which followed his massive reduction in refugee admissions. Despite the best efforts of the GOP and Javanka, Trump has still not made a Bush I-Read My Lips-type U-turn. Trump’s real problem: the sheer power of the entrenched Treason Lobby. But the fact remains: he’s the only Trump we’ve got.

Let’s go to some bright spots.

One of the best things Trump has done is change immigration regulations. For example, all immigrants must now purchase health insurance within 30 days of arrival or prove they can cover healthcare expenses. “Immigrants who enter this country should not further saddle our healthcare system, and subsequently American taxpayers, with higher costs,” the White House said [Presidential Proclamation on the Suspension of Entry of Immigrants Who Will Financially Burden the United States Healthcare System, WhiteHouse.gov, October 4, 2019]. The Migration Policy Institute claims the new rule could block 65 percent of new arrivals; 4 percent of recent immigrants lack health insurance and another 31 percent depend on taxpayer-provided healthcare.

If true, that’s a good thing. And that change riffs off Trump’s effort to block immigrants who scrounge off welfare.

Disappointingly, the Kushner immigration plan announced in May does not lower the number of green cards awarded every year. On the upside, though, it mandates that wannabe immigrants be fluent in English, pass a civics test, and prove they can financially support themselves. That’s not as good as the RAISE Act, which would halve immigration, but it might well reduce the numbers.

And the White House recently announced it would lower the annual intake to 18,000 for 2020, the lowest number ever and a 79 percent cut to Barack Obama’s high of 85,000 and well below his planned 115,000 for fiscal 2017. So there’s a campaign promise Trump kept, much to the chagrin not only of the Open Borders Lobby,  but also the Establishment Republicans we call the Lankford Nine.

By Edwin S. Rubenstein on 10/10/2019

The big news in the September jobs data: the foreign-born workforce population in the U.S. has actually fallen—for the first time since 2017, when the late lamented “Trump Effect” was literally scaring immigrants away.

The foreign-born workforce population declined by 427,000 compared to September 2018. Not since the Great Recession have immigrant workers bailed in such numbers, year-over-year. Back then the outflux was driven by economic malaise. But now the economy is strong. What is driving this exodus?

Frankly, we’re puzzled. Of course, this decline could be statistical noise. But there’s been a very clear, if erratic, downward trend since March 2018. It caused us to write last month that the immigrant workforce “is falling so fast that it raises the possibility that the immigrant workforce may be about to shrink, as it did briefly and gloriously in the early months of the Trump Administration when the 'Trump Effect' was working.” We were right.

The falling foreign-born workforce may also reflect renewed fear of apprehension and deportation—and, perhaps, an Administration that finally seems to be getting a grip on the influx at the southern border. Mexico, at the not-so-subtle urging of President Trump, has deployed thousands of troops along its border with Guatemala and taken other steps, with significant results. Official data for September has not yet been released but apprehensions on the southern border (a proxy for crossings) are reported to have been some 52,000, down from a peak of 144,000 in May: Apprehensions At The U.S.-Mexico Border Decline For The 4th Consecutive Month, by Richard Gonzales , NPR, October 8, 2019.

Additionally, of course, the Trump Administration has sharply reduced the “refugee” intake, from Obama’s peak of 85,000 to a proposed 18,000 for fiscal 2020.

And it’s possible that Trump’s executive actions are taking a toll: his Muslim ban, (upheld by the Supreme Court) his revised public charge rules, even more thorough adjudication by USCIS. (Vox claims that this more thorough adjudication has resulted in an  “almost doubling average wait times for those applying for green cards, employment visas, citizenship, and other benefits”—and that’s before a new rule requiring immigrants to buy health insurance has taken effect: Trump just quietly cut legal immigration by up to 65%, by Nicole Narea, October 9, 2019. Link in original).

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 10/10/2019
"There go the people. I must follow them, for I am their leader," is a remark attributed to a French politician during the turbulent times of 1848. Joe Biden's Wednesday declaration that President Donald Trump should be impeached is in that tradition. Joe is scrambling to get out in front of the sentiment for impeachment in the party he professes to lead. Several factors surely influenced Biden's c...
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