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Post By James Fulford on 07/27/2021
Earlier, by Jared Taylor: Wait, Slavery Is OUR "Original Sin"? In his article on slavery as "America's Original Sin"—and no one else's, apparently—Jared Taylor wrote "What a small minority of Americans did for 246 years—and in a relatively mild form—is worse than anything that was ever done anywhere by anyone." Let me explain what's meant by a "relatively mild form." In his 2000 book Conquests and ...
Post By Paul Kersey on 07/27/2021
It’s all about Erasing America… Democrats introduced a bill to rename more than 1,000 forests, lakes, and mountain peaks named with racist slurs or offensive language, Business Insider, June 19, 2021 Over 1,000 places in the US, like streams and mountain peaks, have been flagged for offensive names. Democrats in Congress introduced a bill aimed at reviewing and revising the offensive names. Place...
Post By Steve Sailer on 07/27/2021
George Orwell wrote in 1945 after a visit of a Soviet soccer team Dynamo to play some “friendlies” against Arsenal in the Soviet-allied UK set off violence on the field (and would have caused violence in the stands if Stalin had let any Soviets out of the Soviet Union): George OrwellThe Sporting Spirit Now that the brief visit of the Dynamo football team has come to an end, it is possible to say ...
Post By Steve Sailer on 07/27/2021
Earlier: Not An Op-Ed: "The Olympics Rely On, But Don’t Support, Black Girl Magic" It sounds like all this #BlackGirlMagic / #RacialReckoning / #Intersectionality hype might be taking a toll on Naomi Osaka, the torch-lighter who just went out in the first round of the Olympic tennis tournament, and Simone Biles. The media wants these poor girls to embody #BlackSupremacy and #FemaleSupremacy. That...
Post By Allan Wall on 07/26/2021
Bloomberg has an article entitled Democrats Eye Legal Path for Some Undocumented Immigrants (by Laura Litvan, July 26, 2021).   When it says "some undocument immigrants" that doesn't sound like a lot. The title of the article in Canadian Bloomberg, however, is more truthful: Democrats eye path to citizenship for 8 million in economic plan. Yes indeed. That is the goal. The American and Canadian ver...
Post By John Derbyshire on 07/26/2021
Just a few. • No Radio Derb last week.  As the editors posted on Saturday, I have been unwell. It's been nothing dramatic and I'm on the mend. I'll include some details in my month-end diary, unless I decide not to. In the meantime, heartfelt thanks to the many listeners and readers who emailed in with expressions of concern. I've tried to reply to them all individually; but if I missed you, please...
Article By Jared Taylor on 07/26/2021

Crossposted from Amren.com

How many times have you heard that slavery was “America’s original sin”? I’m not quite sure what that means, but I think the idea is that slavery was a uniquely horrible thing that defines the United States and will stain whites forever. It’s one of the few things Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Barack Obama agree on. There are books about it. Here’s a college course at UC Davis called “Slavery: America’s Original Sin: Part 1."

The fact is, there has been slavery in every period of history, and just about everywhere. The Greeks and Romans had it, the ancient Egyptians had it, it’s all over the Bible, the Chinese and the pre-Columbian Indians had it, the Maoris in New Zealand had it, and the Muslims had it in spades. But I have never, ever heard of slavery being anyone else’s “original sin.”

About the only societies that never had slaves were primitive hunter-gatherers. As soon as people have some kind of formal social organization, they start taking slaves.

You’ve heard about slavery and mass human sacrifices of Central and South American Indians, but North American Indians were enslaving each other long before the white man showed up.

Tlingit and Haida Indians, who lived in the Pacific Northwest, went raiding for slaves as far South as California. About one quarter of the population were slaves, and the children of slaves were slaves. During potlatches, or huge ceremonial feasts, the Tlingit would sometimes burn property and kill slaves, just to show how rich they were. What’s a couple of slaves to a guy who lives in a house like this?

Post By James Kirkpatrick on 07/26/2021
[See Also: Americans: Stop Assuming You Still Have A Country—Organize!] I'm not a socialist and think that having the state pay citizens to survive is a sign of decline. Nonetheless, we are where we are. Currently, we already have socialism for non-whites and for the very wealthy. Morally, electorally, and strategically, it's my view that it makes more sense for the authentic Right to champion univ...
Article By Patrick J. Buchanan on 07/26/2021

Earlier: CAPITOL "INSURRECTION" HOAX: How Our Lying Press Would Have Spun Jan 6 Protest If Trump Were A Democrat [VIDEO]

To understand what House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's select committee investigation of the Capitol Hill events of January 6 is all about, a good place to begin is with the sentencing hearing last week of Paul Hodgkins.

A crane operator from Tampa, Florida, Hodgkins, 38, pleaded guilty to a single count of obstructing a joint session of Congress called to confirm Joe Biden as the next president.

Hodgkins entered the Senate chamber carrying a Trump 2020 flag. He committed no assault, no act of destruction, no act of violence. Yet, he was sentenced to eight months in prison by U.S. Judge Randolph Moss.

Special Assistant U.S. Attorney Mona Sedky argued for a sentence of twice that length, a year and a half, because, as she told the judge, "Jan. 6 was genuinely an act of terrorism."

But is that true? Was January 6 "an act of terrorism"—of the character if not the magnitude, say, of the Oklahoma City bombing?

Hodgkins' attorney vigorously rejected that depiction. To call January 6 "domestic terrorism," said Patrick Leduc, is "offensive and gaslighting the country ... It was a protest that became a riot, period, full stop."

Post By Steve Sailer on 07/26/2021
From Material Religion, an academic journal: Mimicking Religion as Coping Strategy: The Emergence of the Bell-Curve God in Singapore Lily KongThis is an Author’s Accepted Manuscript of an article published in Material Religion, 27 October 2016, … The importance placed on education and, relatedly, examinations, in many Asian societies is well known. The means adopted to cope with the stresses that...
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By Jared Taylor on 07/26/2021

Crossposted from Amren.com

How many times have you heard that slavery was “America’s original sin”? I’m not quite sure what that means, but I think the idea is that slavery was a uniquely horrible thing that defines the United States and will stain whites forever. It’s one of the few things Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Barack Obama agree on. There are books about it. Here’s a college course at UC Davis called “Slavery: America’s Original Sin: Part 1."

The fact is, there has been slavery in every period of history, and just about everywhere. The Greeks and Romans had it, the ancient Egyptians had it, it’s all over the Bible, the Chinese and the pre-Columbian Indians had it, the Maoris in New Zealand had it, and the Muslims had it in spades. But I have never, ever heard of slavery being anyone else’s “original sin.”

About the only societies that never had slaves were primitive hunter-gatherers. As soon as people have some kind of formal social organization, they start taking slaves.

You’ve heard about slavery and mass human sacrifices of Central and South American Indians, but North American Indians were enslaving each other long before the white man showed up.

Tlingit and Haida Indians, who lived in the Pacific Northwest, went raiding for slaves as far South as California. About one quarter of the population were slaves, and the children of slaves were slaves. During potlatches, or huge ceremonial feasts, the Tlingit would sometimes burn property and kill slaves, just to show how rich they were. What’s a couple of slaves to a guy who lives in a house like this?

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 07/26/2021

Earlier: CAPITOL "INSURRECTION" HOAX: How Our Lying Press Would Have Spun Jan 6 Protest If Trump Were A Democrat [VIDEO]

To understand what House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's select committee investigation of the Capitol Hill events of January 6 is all about, a good place to begin is with the sentencing hearing last week of Paul Hodgkins.

A crane operator from Tampa, Florida, Hodgkins, 38, pleaded guilty to a single count of obstructing a joint session of Congress called to confirm Joe Biden as the next president.

Hodgkins entered the Senate chamber carrying a Trump 2020 flag. He committed no assault, no act of destruction, no act of violence. Yet, he was sentenced to eight months in prison by U.S. Judge Randolph Moss.

Special Assistant U.S. Attorney Mona Sedky argued for a sentence of twice that length, a year and a half, because, as she told the judge, "Jan. 6 was genuinely an act of terrorism."

But is that true? Was January 6 "an act of terrorism"—of the character if not the magnitude, say, of the Oklahoma City bombing?

Hodgkins' attorney vigorously rejected that depiction. To call January 6 "domestic terrorism," said Patrick Leduc, is "offensive and gaslighting the country ... It was a protest that became a riot, period, full stop."

By Washington Watcher II on 07/25/2021

Democrats are preparing to unveil a budget bill that will try to smuggle in an Amnesty for an undetermined number of illegal aliens a.k.a. undocumented Democrats. Just two “moderate” Senate Democrats will determine whether it passes—West Virginia’s Joe Manchin and Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema. Their immigration records deserve a hard look.

The budget bill in question: a $3.5 trillion behemoth that originated in the House. Washington Rep. Pramila Jayapal—an India-born Leftist who has bragged about subverting immigration law—said the inserted Amnesty is a “pathway to citizenship” for illegals in four categories [Republicans sound alarm on Democrats' amnesty push for illegal immigrants in $3.5T budget package, by Adam Shaw, Fox News, July 15, 2021].

Details have not been released, but it appears the four are:

  • “DREAMers,” illegal aliens who came to the U.S. allegedly as minors;
  • Farmworkers, who would become indentured servants before attaining citizenship;
  • “migrants” covered by Temporary Protected Status; and
  • “essential workers,” Treason Lobby code for any foreigner who isn’t a white American.

At least several millions of illegals will be covered.

Good thing is, the GOP seems united in opposition. “Democrats are trying to sneak mass Amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants through Congress under the cover of their budget scheme,” House Minority Whip Steve Scalise tweeted earlier this month.

By Lance Welton on 07/24/2021

See also: Did China Create Covid As A Bioweapon Targeting Non-Chinese?

Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has just told Steve Bannon that, based on a briefing from Chinese virologist Dr Li-Meng Yan who defected from Hong Kong in 2020, she believes that China is developing bioweapons and that COVID-19 is “just the first one” [Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Says She Was Briefed About ChiCom’s Race-Specific Bioweapons Program, by Jamie White, Info Wars, July 21, 2021].

Is this really possible? And are the Chinese capable of such ruthlessness? Answer: probably.

“They want to target these bioweapons by race. If they can target bioweapons by race, that means they can create these viruses that can say, take out white Americans, black Americans, or Asians,” Greene told Bannon. She added: “There are many bioweapons being worked on.”

This, however, was Greene’s speculation. She, Congressman Mo Brooks (who put out a press release) and others were not exactly told that there was a race-specific bioweapons program in China. But they were briefed that China has an active bioweapons program based around developing viruses. It would logically follow that the Chinese might try to ensure that such viruses did the least damage to their own people and the most damage to their enemies.

Greene’s speculation got remarkably little attention in the corporate media. Maybe the White House has passed the word that it is “misinformation”—you know, like the notorious misinformation that the pandemic might have originated with a Chinese lab leak (oh, wait…) Or maybe this is just more evidence of our Ruling Class’s fanatical Race Denialism.

By Gregory Hood on 07/23/2021

Crossposted from Amren.com

The recent violence in South Africa wasn’t just a battle between different factions of the governing African National Congress. Clearly, there were tensions between black supporters of former president Jacob Zuma and current president Cyril Ramaphosa. Some Zuma supporters may never stop demanding his release from prison. However, there were deeper tensions and problems that the riots, looting, and violence revealed. Last week was just another step in the process of a once First World country reverting to the African mean.

The looting was much worse than the brazen crime and theft we now take for granted in San Francisco. Queen Nandi Drive in Durban was pillaged mercilessly. The city was probably the hardest hit in the entire country, with 40,000 businesses and 5,000 “informal traders” reportedly damaged by rioting. Soweto and Johannesburg also looked devastated.

A black CEO at a wealth management firm is among those who somehow ended up with a truck full of looted goods, though he is apparently going to explain “his version of events” to fellow executives.

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