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Article By Anthony Boehm on 05/28/2020

See also: The Great Replacement in Minneapolis: From 99% White in 1910 to 60% White in 2020...

I know what Minneapolis is going through tonight. I was born in Newark, New Jersey, in 1948. In those days, it was a vibrant medium-sized city in the New York metropolitan region. It was over 80% white. We had a huge Jewish population, mostly settled in the Weequahic section of town, a predominant Italian population and large numbers of Germans and Slavs of various types, by my recollection mostly Poles and Ukrainians.

It was a wonderful place. It was in fact truly “diverse” and an interesting place to live. In Newark and neighboring Irvington we had two German-language movie theaters, a Polish theater and an Italian theater. We had access to some of the best bread I have ever tasted, made fresh every day in the ethnic bakeries. Our delis were famous, as were our ethnic butcher shops. Our schools were first class. The future New York City Mayor Ed Koch was a graduate of  Newark public schools.

What our elites like to call “The Great Migration” (and we’re not allowed to call “The Great Replacement”) had already hit Newark by then and the Central Ward had begun to rot. The elites, even then, did not blame the new inhabitants of the ward for the rot, it was the “landlords” who were to blame, we were told. People who only cared about profits. The landlords, on the other hand complained that the new tenants they were now willingly renting to were wrecking their properties.

Article By Patrick J. Buchanan on 05/28/2020

Earlier by James Kirkpatrick: Biden And Blacks: No Gaffe Can Threaten This Venal Relationship

In his half-century in national politics, Joe Biden has committed more than his fair share of gaffes. Wednesday, he confused Pearl Harbor Day, Dec. 7, 1941, with D-Day, June 6, 1944.

The more serious recent gaffe, a beaut, came at the close of a recent contentious interview with black activist Charlamagne tha God.

A miffed Biden signed off, saying, "If you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or Trump, then you ain't black."

Biden was saying that no self-respecting black American would vote for Trump over him this November. Indeed, any such individual would have been labeled in the 1960s with the slur Uncle Tom.

As Biden put it, if you're for Trump, "you ain't black."

Recognizing the damage he may have done with his own and his party's most loyal constituency, which might object to being taken for granted as knee-jerk Democratic voters, Biden's staff put in a hasty call to a gathering of the U.S. Black Chamber of Commerce.

There, Biden burbled full apologies: "I would never take the African American community for granted. ... I shouldn't have been such a wise guy. ... No one should have to vote for any party based on their race or religion or background." He had just been kidding.

Now, as a gaffe, this was not of the magnitude of James G. Blaine's failure to object when a friendly Presbyterian pastor, Rev. Sam Burchard, rose to disparage the New York Irish Blaine had been courting as being "the Party of Rum, Romanism, and Rebellion."

Post By Steve Sailer on 05/28/2020
Senator Tom Cotton (which I don’t believe is a real name — it sounds like a more on-the-nose version of “Jim Crow”) argues that Chinese grad students should only be allowed to come to America to study non-STEM subjects like Shakespeare and the Federalist Papers, as if that’s what non-STEM grad school consists of these days: Tom Cotton suggests Chinese students shouldn’t be allowed to study scienc...
Post By Paul Kersey on 05/28/2020
White privilege. Systemic inequality. Implicit bias. These three terms, used to explain all problems blacks face in America – persistent and consistent victims of relentless white racism, which easily explains the inequalities they face in life – all melt away as actually existing when you consider how the corporate media (nationally and locally) cover black on white violent crime. His name is Kevi...
Post By Steve Sailer on 05/28/2020
Originally published here on VDARE.com on this day in 2006. With Illegal Immigrants Fighting Wildfires, West Faces a Dilemma, By KIRK JOHNSON, May 28, 2006 SALEM, Ore. The debate over immigration, which has filtered into almost every corner of American life in recent months, is now sweeping through the woods, and the implications could be immense for the upcoming fire season in the West...As many a...
Post By Steve Sailer on 05/28/2020
From the New York Times opinion columnist Charles Blow: How White Women Use Themselves as Instruments of Terror There are too many noosed necks, charred bodies and drowned souls for them to deny knowing precisely what they are doing. By Charles M. Blow, Opinion Columnist, May 27, 2020, 10:11 p.m. ET At a time of so much death and suffering in this country and around the world from the Covid-19 pa...
Post By Allan Wall on 05/28/2020
The COVID-19 Coronavirus arrived to Mexico a month after its arrival to the United States, but it continues to spread in Mexico.  According the Worldometer stats of May 28, Mexico has had 81,486 COVID-19 cases  and 9,060  deaths from the virus.  So the Mexican coronavirus death has more than quadrupled  the secret prediction made in a March Mexican cabinet meeting, which was leaked to the media, th...
Post By Steve Sailer on 05/28/2020
In St. Francis De Sales elementary school’s 1970 production of Oliver!, when I was in 6th grade, I made my one and only stage appearance as Oliver Twist’s grandfather, Mr. Brownlow, utilizing my sole performing talent, tallness. During the rehearsals, I overheard a conversation between the teacher who was directing and a parent. Mr. Galli explained that the only way a bunch of first to eighth grad...
Post By Gilbert Cavanaugh on 05/28/2020
Also by Gilbert Cavanaugh: Last Night’s Riots in Minneapolis at American Renaissance Last night, during the riots in Minneapolis, the local library was targeted:  The audible cry of "Not the library!! People read books there!" amused me greatly. Anybody who has ever been there (e.g. me) knows that this particular library is often used for other things as well, a now-deleted Yelp review described i...
Article By James Fulford on 05/27/2020

Peter Brimelow welcomed his fellow-thought criminal and oppressed editor Jared Taylor, who has been running  American Renaissance as a newsletter, conference and web page since since 1990, to a discussion about tech totalitarianism and "deplatforming."

Jared Taylor's outfit is something of a canary in a coal mine on the deplatforming front. For several years in a row (especially 2010 and 2011) antiracist pressure—including government action on the part of the black mayor pro tem of Charlotte—and antifa death threats caused private hotels to cancel the American Renaissance Conference, which has since moved the Tennesse State Government owned Montgomery Bell Park. As Jared points out  "The public sector won't submit to threats of that kind."

However, Park Police are expensive, and the presence of scruffy antifa protestors required the State of to pay overtime, for which they tried to charge American Renaissance a minimum of $30,000. However, American Renaissance sued in court, and as Jared wrote in 2019, 

Judge Aleta Trauger [A Clinton appointee!] issued a preliminary injunction in our favor, ruling that to charge us crushing security fees because of outside threats would be a classic case of the “heckler’s veto,” or letting critics deny us our free-speech rights.

Proof, by the way, that litigation works.

They've had some great conferences there, under the protection of the Park Police, but they had to cancel this year, because of Coronavirus. It's rescheduled for May 2021, but it would have started this week. (Jared's video background is black crepe, signifying mourning.)

Jared says that he hadn't written his speech, and wondered if Peter had written his planned speech which was to have been "Donald Trump: Tragedy Or Triumph?"

Jared rates President Trump a C on his performance in office, alluding to many broken promises.

Peter, on the other hand still gives Trump an A for not being Hillary, an A-plus for not being Jeb Bush, and when asked what grade he'd give him for not being Joe Biden, said "An A, of course, because if Biden becomes President, we'll all be driven off the Internet."

Watch the whole thing above, and check out these links below.

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By Anthony Boehm on 05/28/2020

See also: The Great Replacement in Minneapolis: From 99% White in 1910 to 60% White in 2020...

I know what Minneapolis is going through tonight. I was born in Newark, New Jersey, in 1948. In those days, it was a vibrant medium-sized city in the New York metropolitan region. It was over 80% white. We had a huge Jewish population, mostly settled in the Weequahic section of town, a predominant Italian population and large numbers of Germans and Slavs of various types, by my recollection mostly Poles and Ukrainians.

It was a wonderful place. It was in fact truly “diverse” and an interesting place to live. In Newark and neighboring Irvington we had two German-language movie theaters, a Polish theater and an Italian theater. We had access to some of the best bread I have ever tasted, made fresh every day in the ethnic bakeries. Our delis were famous, as were our ethnic butcher shops. Our schools were first class. The future New York City Mayor Ed Koch was a graduate of  Newark public schools.

What our elites like to call “The Great Migration” (and we’re not allowed to call “The Great Replacement”) had already hit Newark by then and the Central Ward had begun to rot. The elites, even then, did not blame the new inhabitants of the ward for the rot, it was the “landlords” who were to blame, we were told. People who only cared about profits. The landlords, on the other hand complained that the new tenants they were now willingly renting to were wrecking their properties.

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 05/28/2020

Earlier by James Kirkpatrick: Biden And Blacks: No Gaffe Can Threaten This Venal Relationship

In his half-century in national politics, Joe Biden has committed more than his fair share of gaffes. Wednesday, he confused Pearl Harbor Day, Dec. 7, 1941, with D-Day, June 6, 1944.

The more serious recent gaffe, a beaut, came at the close of a recent contentious interview with black activist Charlamagne tha God.

A miffed Biden signed off, saying, "If you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or Trump, then you ain't black."

Biden was saying that no self-respecting black American would vote for Trump over him this November. Indeed, any such individual would have been labeled in the 1960s with the slur Uncle Tom.

As Biden put it, if you're for Trump, "you ain't black."

Recognizing the damage he may have done with his own and his party's most loyal constituency, which might object to being taken for granted as knee-jerk Democratic voters, Biden's staff put in a hasty call to a gathering of the U.S. Black Chamber of Commerce.

There, Biden burbled full apologies: "I would never take the African American community for granted. ... I shouldn't have been such a wise guy. ... No one should have to vote for any party based on their race or religion or background." He had just been kidding.

Now, as a gaffe, this was not of the magnitude of James G. Blaine's failure to object when a friendly Presbyterian pastor, Rev. Sam Burchard, rose to disparage the New York Irish Blaine had been courting as being "the Party of Rum, Romanism, and Rebellion."

By James Fulford on 05/27/2020

Peter Brimelow welcomed his fellow-thought criminal and oppressed editor Jared Taylor, who has been running  American Renaissance as a newsletter, conference and web page since since 1990, to a discussion about tech totalitarianism and "deplatforming."

Jared Taylor's outfit is something of a canary in a coal mine on the deplatforming front. For several years in a row (especially 2010 and 2011) antiracist pressure—including government action on the part of the black mayor pro tem of Charlotte—and antifa death threats caused private hotels to cancel the American Renaissance Conference, which has since moved the Tennesse State Government owned Montgomery Bell Park. As Jared points out  "The public sector won't submit to threats of that kind."

However, Park Police are expensive, and the presence of scruffy antifa protestors required the State of to pay overtime, for which they tried to charge American Renaissance a minimum of $30,000. However, American Renaissance sued in court, and as Jared wrote in 2019, 

Judge Aleta Trauger [A Clinton appointee!] issued a preliminary injunction in our favor, ruling that to charge us crushing security fees because of outside threats would be a classic case of the “heckler’s veto,” or letting critics deny us our free-speech rights.

Proof, by the way, that litigation works.

They've had some great conferences there, under the protection of the Park Police, but they had to cancel this year, because of Coronavirus. It's rescheduled for May 2021, but it would have started this week. (Jared's video background is black crepe, signifying mourning.)

Jared says that he hadn't written his speech, and wondered if Peter had written his planned speech which was to have been "Donald Trump: Tragedy Or Triumph?"

Jared rates President Trump a C on his performance in office, alluding to many broken promises.

Peter, on the other hand still gives Trump an A for not being Hillary, an A-plus for not being Jeb Bush, and when asked what grade he'd give him for not being Joe Biden, said "An A, of course, because if Biden becomes President, we'll all be driven off the Internet."

Watch the whole thing above, and check out these links below.

By Ann Coulter on 05/27/2020


See, earlier: Biden And Blacks: No Gaffe Can Threaten This Venal Relationship

We’re all going crazy and running out of things to do during this endless shutdown. We’ve painted the dog, counted pavers in the backyard, and rearranged the spice rack alphabetically and also by color. What we really need right now is a new game!

Herewith I present the Quarantine Game that I, Ann Coulter, have invented.

The rules are simple. Imagine you’re the Democratic Party. You have a stellar opportunity to win the White House and also ensure that the opposition party never regains it as long as Homo sapiens walks the Earth.

But in a series of developments too bizarre to recall (have they finished counting the ballots in Iowa yet?), you find yourself stuck with a 77-year-old candidate whose campaign is causing no excitement anywhere in the land, even in his own brain—although, in fairness, Joe Biden is unaware that he’s running for president.

You have 12 minutes to come up with at least two (2) answers to this question: What can you do to get your party out of this mess?

Answers will be scored on rationale, probability and advantages.

Think about it. Your opposition is Donald Trump. For all the reasons Republicans salivated over running against Hillary—she was a repugnant human being, her every calculation was based on what was good for her and her family, scandals broke out whenever she was around, half the country already hated her—you are salivating looking at Trump.

Lest we forget, in Donald Trump the Democrats have a man [partial list] …

By Michelle Malkin on 05/27/2020
Look out. An "army of contact tracers" is about to be unleashed on America. Corporations, political lobbyists and government bureaucracies all win. Privacy, freedom and family autonomy all lose. Big time. You may have already heard of the aptly named House Bill 6666, sponsored by Illinois Dem. Bobby Rush. Known as the Testing, Reaching and Contacting Everyone (TRACE) Act, the legislation would allo...
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