Post By James Fulford on 06/04/2020
On Wednesday, Peter Brimelow spoke with Paul Ramsey (aka RAMZPAUL) an American political commentator who has been making videos since 2007. He is also the host of Happy Homelands, a weekly political Live Stream. Watch it below: ...
Post By John Derbyshire on 06/04/2020
Earlier: Transylvania: Where Nationalism Is Still Alive...Or Possibly Undead Today is the centenary of the Treaty of Trianon, when Hungary lost much of its historic territory. Trianon is still a very sore point with Hungarian nationalists. As a longtime Hungarophile, I sympathize; although as I wrote four years ago in regard to Transylvania: At the risk of triggering a flood of angry letters from H...
Post By Anonymous Attorney on 06/04/2020
A high school English teacher has zeroed in on the solution to America's racial strife: there must be at least two black children at your white child's birthday party. Ellie Park, another English teacher, said she and other whites must employ their hue as a lever to help their black fellow citizens make direly needed changes. “We must be sure we include people of color in every sphere we occupy,” ...
Post By Steve Sailer on 06/04/2020
A public service message from the chairman of the Health Committee of the NY City Council: An open letter that is 100% pure “Who? Whom?” Open letter advocating for an anti-racist public health response to demonstrations against systemic injustice occurring during the COVID-19 pandemic On April 30, heavily armed and predominantly white protesters entered the State Capitol building in Lansing, Mic...
Post By James Fulford on 06/04/2020
Trump Needs To Protect America's Historic Statues With Executive Order And Federal Law Enforcement As in the war zone that America has now become, historic statues are being attacked by protestes, and removed by cowardly or Minority Occupied city government. We've appealed on Twitter for President Trump to protect them: President Trump, the statue of General Lee in Richmond has been listed on the...
Post By Steve Sailer on 06/04/2020
The Fairfax neighborhood in West Hollywood, CA is known both for its elderly Jewish population of 1940s refugees and its luxury stores selling conspicuous consumption items that rappers crave, like Cristal champagne. So the smashing of windows and looting of high end shops on Fairfax and Melrose boulevards could be dubbed Cristalnacht, especially because a small number of the terrorized residents c...
Post By Steve Sailer on 06/04/2020
Here’s an Australian newscaster and his cameraman being chased for 500 meters through Westminster, the heart of London and of the British state, by a mob of Peaceful Protesters an assemblage of Peacefully Protesting joggers. ...
Post By Steve Sailer on 06/04/2020
In 2002, the great political scientist James Q. Wilson wrote a book chapter summing up a lifetime of studying the vexed issue of crime and race: A central problem—perhaps the central problem—in improving the relationship between white and black Americans is the difference in racial crime rates. No matter how innocent or guilty a stranger may be, he carries with him in public the burdens or benefi...
Letter By Reader on 06/04/2020
From: A Greenwich Village Reader [Email him] The curfew was ignored last night, largely speaking. Thousands of "protesters" were all over the neighborhood, cops as well, and helicopters, and sirens—police, fire, and ambulance. There were no major problems within our line of sight and there is precious little unbroken glass left; so in comparison with what has gone before, it was a quiet night, alth...
Post By Anonymous Attorney on 06/03/2020
Above, Seahawks Cornerback Richard Sherman goes on a rant which it would be racist to call thuggish.  The complaint is: police are too rough on the black males they deal with. But the cameras always come in late, and what we don’t see is what transpired before. Look at it from the perspective of the police for a second. Often they’re white, with athletic builds or military backgrounds, and they’re...


By John Derbyshire on 06/03/2020

Not the riots. I put these monthly diaries together from things I've jotted down as they occurred to me through the month, in approximate chronological order.

At the time this diary goes up on at the beginning of June, all the news is about the anti-cop and anti-white riots. Those riots didn't start up until the last few days of May, though. The few things I had to say about them in May, I put into my May 29th podcast. I shall have more to say on the topic in my June podcasts and diary.

So this May diary is riot-free. It's not about the riots. This is either (a) a serious dereliction of commentarial duty on my part, or (b) a welcome relief to readers from all the riot coverage. You be the judge.

By Ann Coulter on 06/03/2020

Why is this case the one inciting mass protests? Ninety-nine percent of the country is denouncing the Minneapolis police in the most damnable terms possible over the death of George Floyd. The 99% are demanding that the 1% “hear their voices”?

The arrest certainly looks awful. Everything is going along relatively peacefully as Floyd is walked to a police van, then there’s some commotion out of sight of the camera—and suddenly you see Floyd pinned to the ground, an officer’s knee on his neck. How did that happen?

One reason some of us are waiting for all the facts is that we suspect the media may not be extra scrupulous in cases that give them the opportunity to wail about “systemic racism.”

It turns out, for example, Floyd didn’t die of asphyxiation. According to the Hennepin County medical examiner’s report cited in the criminal complaint charging Officer Derek Chauvin with murder, he died of a heart attack. The autopsy also found Floyd had fentanyl in his system, had recently used methamphetamine, had coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease. Two weeks ago, this would have been another COVID-19 death.

By Washington Watcher II on 06/02/2020

Earlier: Where Have You Gone, Donald Trump? A Nation Turns Its Yearning Eyes To You

Could the end possibly be near for First Son-In-Law Jared Kushner now that President Trump has broken free and finally addressed the nation on the George Floyd riots Monday night; and key Fox host Tucker Carlson has roasted him? Kushner, Carlson noted, has throttled Trump’s best instincts on every issue that got him elected, most recently law and order. Kushner caused Trump to dither for days as looters and arsonists set cities ablaze. But then came Monday’s hard-nosed speech and provocative photo op. Perhaps, just perhaps, Kushner’s subversion is over. It’s the one thing Trump’s Keep American Great disciples must pray for and that would help Trump win on November 3.

On Monday night, during a blistering 32-minute monologue, Carlson fired up his flamethrower [Tucker Carlson: “No One Has More Contempt For Donald Trump's Voters Than Jared Kushner,” by Ian Schwartz, Real Clear Politics, June 1, 2020].

Two Carlson highlights:

  • Some key advisors around Trump don’t seem to understand the gravity of this. “No matter what happens, they’ll tell you, “our voters aren’t going anywhere. The trailer parks are rock solid. What choice do they have? They’ve got to vote for us.” Jared Kushner, for one, has made that point out loud. No one has more contempt for Trump’s voters than Kushner does, and no one expresses it more frequently.
  • As crime in this country rises, Kushner has led a highly aggressive effort to let more felons out of prison. This is reckless, but it’s happening. At times, the president seems aware he’s being led in the wrong direction. He often derides Kushner as a liberal. Kushner is. But Kushner has convinced the president that throwing open the prisons is the key to winning African American votes in the fall—and that those votes are essential to his reelection. Several times over the past few days, Trump has signaled that he’d like to crack down on rioters. Every time, he’s been talked about out of it by Jared Kushner, and by aides Kushner has hired and controls.

This was a bold move by Carlson. Attacking Trump’s relatives is usually a losing battle, as former adviser Steve Bannon learned the hard way [Bannon’s Trump defense loses White House support as strains grow, by Jennifer Jacobs, Bloomberg, November 4, 2019].

But Carlson, who has high-level access to Trump, has had enough of Kushner, and he surely knows about Trump’s distaste for Kushner’s advice. Recall that Trump joked that Ivanka could have married all-star quarterback Tom Brady, but “instead,” The Donald said, “I got Jared Kushner.” Two years ago, Trump said, “Jared hasn’t been so good for me,” and “told friends and his chief of staff, John F. Kelly, that he wished both Jared and Ivanka would return to New York”  [Still Standing, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump Step Back in the Spotlight, by Maggie Haberman and Katie Rogers, The New York Times, July 28, 2018].

By Michelle Malkin on 06/02/2020

Dear law-abiding Americans:

You have done nothing wrong.

Being white is not a crime. Being a Trump voter is not a crime. Being a police officer sworn to "protect and serve" every day is not a crime. Being a non-white police officer proud to uphold and enforce law and order is not a crime. Being a black or brown or yellow American who rejects excusing criminal behavior is not a crime.

By Jason Kessler on 06/01/2020

When nationwide race riots broke out over the death of George Floyd Leftist Main Stream Media operatives brought up the August 2017 Charlottesville Unite The Right rally in an attempt to smear President Trump:

(Eugene Scott is a black  political reporter for the Washington Post who reports on "the politics of identity in the Trump era").

My initial reaction, as one of the organizers of the Unite The Right Rally:  there is simply NO COMPARISON between how badly white activists were treated at our event compared to the kid glove treatment of these black rioters today. And, at the most obvious level, this is clearly true. In Charlottesville, we had to win a hard-fought victory in federal court even to have the right to demonstrate in the first place. Then the Democrat-controlled city government  conspired to sabotage the event. Police stood down and allowed Black Lives Matter and Antifa carte blanche to attack UTR demonstrators so that an “unlawful assembly” could be declared.