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By Steve Sailer on 2018-09-18 12:53:00 -0400
From the Daily Beast: Japan Needs ‘Foreigner Blood’ Like Naomi Osaka’s Japan embraced ‘half’-Japanese and Haitian-American the new tennis superstar after she beat Serena Williams, but Japan’s government remains xenophobic. That must change. by Jake Adelstein09.17.18 7:18 AM ET [Comment at Unz.com] Earlier: Culture Cracking Japan: "Naomi Osaka’s Breakthrough Game"...
By Clayton Bishop on 2018-09-18 12:36:00 -0400
The below article about the town of Chester, New York, which is a little over 60 miles north of New York City, is actually an inspirational reminder that people can wake up to demographic threats. Earlier this year, Chester residents learned that Greens at Chester, the 431-home development being built on a 110-acre site west of the Whispering Hills subdivision, would be a predominantly Hasidic com...
By Steve Sailer on 2018-09-18 12:00:00 -0400
A few days ago I wrote: Personally, I suspect that Bill and Melinda Gates know about and worry about African overpopulation more than I do, and they are playing a complex 4-D chess game to try to do something about it. But I worry that nobody else will notice what they are worried about. From Reuters today: Africa’s rapid population growth puts poverty progress at risk, says Gates Kate Kelland L...
By Allan Wall on 2018-09-17 17:53:00 -0400

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“Even Japan” And Other Countries Deport Illegal Mexican Children—With Their Illegal Parents

Mexican media have taken note: The United States is not the only country that deports Mexican minors and their parents. “Even Japan” deports them— along with several other countries.

The United States is not the only country that deports Mexicans. In Japan, Malaysia, Lebanon, Italy and Vietnam, there have been reported cases of fellow Mexicans, minors, who migrated to those countries and because they did not have their papers in order they were send back.

[Hasta De Japón Deportan A Niños Mexicanos (Even From Japan Mexican Children Are Deported) El Siglo de Torreon, by El Universal, September 1, 2018]

So why does the U.S. get most of the bad publicity for doing what other countries do?

And despite the expense and difficulty of traveling to Asia and Europe, a heck of a lot of these illegals sure seem to wind up in there.

From January of 2001 to July of 2018 there were 223,497 Mexican minors deported. The United States sent 223,132.… After the U.S. was El Salvador with 86 cases, Japan with 10, Italy with five and Malaysia with two and Lebanon and Vietnam with one each.

El Salvador, a country that is poorer than Mexico, was in second place with a not insignificant quantity of 86 Mexican minors deported.  

By John Derbyshire on 2018-09-17 17:44:00 -0400
In my earlier post I used the phrase "pathological altruism."  The phrase has been around for a few years: since at least 1984, according to the book (published 2011 ... Jared Taylor reviewed it at AmRen in July 2012). My Unz.com colleague JayMan, however, has pooh-poohed the phrase as "a silly term." As I detailed in my post The Rise of Universalism, the universalist behavior of Northwestern Europ...
By Patrick J. Buchanan on 2018-09-17 16:51:00 -0400
Upon the memory and truthfulness of Christine Blasey Ford hangs the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, his reputation, and possibly his career on the nation's second highest court. And much more. If Kavanaugh is voted down or forced to withdraw, the Republican Party and conservative movement could lose their last best hope for recapturing the high court for constitutionalism. No new...
By James Fulford on 2018-09-17 14:59:00 -0400
It is well-known by students of organized crime and immigration that Italian immigration, particularly from Sicily and Naples, has not been an unmixed blessing. Here's a story from Politico about the activities of the Black Hand in America in 1908: On the night of April 18, 1908, in the railroad town of Bellefontaine, Ohio, about 50 miles northwest of Columbus, 18-year-old Charles Demar walked int...
By Steve Sailer on 2018-09-17 13:02:00 -0400
From The Atlantic in its pre-clickbait days: The Other Underclass Most people think of inner-city poverty as a black phenomenon. But it is also alarmingly high among Puerto Ricans, the worst-off ethnic group in the country–even though Puerto Rico itself has made great progress against poverty and there is a growing Puerto Rican middle-class on the mainland by Nicholas Lemann December 1991 … As so...
By Steve Sailer on 2018-09-17 12:58:00 -0400
om The Atlantic: The Dilemma of Teaching Race in High-School Biology The way science classes talk about—or gloss over—the science of human difference could risk reinforcing students’ misperceptions. MICHAEL SCHULSON UNDARK Last spring, Paul Strode gave an unusual survey to his advanced biology students at Fairview High School in Boulder, Colorado. The first five questions were: Define as best you...
By Steve Sailer on 2018-09-17 12:50:00 -0400
Accuser can’t remember what year it was, probably in early 1980s, when both were in high school, but says she told her marriage counselor about it in 2012. According to The Megaphone, this is Incredibly Important. One oddity of her account is that the accuser can’t remember the year, but is extremely certain of the identity of the boy she says she has never seen again in however many years it has b...
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By Allan Wall on 2018-09-17 17:53:00 -0400

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“Even Japan” And Other Countries Deport Illegal Mexican Children—With Their Illegal Parents

Mexican media have taken note: The United States is not the only country that deports Mexican minors and their parents. “Even Japan” deports them— along with several other countries.

The United States is not the only country that deports Mexicans. In Japan, Malaysia, Lebanon, Italy and Vietnam, there have been reported cases of fellow Mexicans, minors, who migrated to those countries and because they did not have their papers in order they were send back.

[Hasta De Japón Deportan A Niños Mexicanos (Even From Japan Mexican Children Are Deported) El Siglo de Torreon, by El Universal, September 1, 2018]

So why does the U.S. get most of the bad publicity for doing what other countries do?

And despite the expense and difficulty of traveling to Asia and Europe, a heck of a lot of these illegals sure seem to wind up in there.

From January of 2001 to July of 2018 there were 223,497 Mexican minors deported. The United States sent 223,132.… After the U.S. was El Salvador with 86 cases, Japan with 10, Italy with five and Malaysia with two and Lebanon and Vietnam with one each.

El Salvador, a country that is poorer than Mexico, was in second place with a not insignificant quantity of 86 Mexican minors deported.  

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 2018-09-17 16:51:00 -0400
Upon the memory and truthfulness of Christine Blasey Ford hangs the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, his reputation, and possibly his career on the nation's second highest court. And much more. If Kavanaugh is voted down or forced to withdraw, the Republican Party and conservative movement could lose their last best hope for recapturing the high court for constitutionalism. No new...
By John Derbyshire on 2018-09-16 19:26:00 -0400

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Adapted from the latest Radio Derb, available exclusively on VDARE.com

Nice to see my old pal the Dalai Lama in the news. His Holiness spoke at a conference titled "The Art of Happiness and Peace" in the city of Malmö, Sweden.

The event was hosted by a Swedish outfit named—please pardon my Swedish—Individuell Människohjälp, "IM" for short. I think the full Swedish name means "Individual Assistance." It's some kind of international do-gooder outfit which  "now works in thirteen countries worldwide focussing on people's right to education, good health and the ability to sustain a life in dignity.” Sounds very Swedish. I wonder if they take money from George Soros.

I shouldn't be so reflexively sour and cynical, though—Heaven forbid! Jolly good luck to IM. Most to the point, they did give the Dalai Lama a platform to say something sensible.

I've always had a soft spot for this Dalai Lama. I met him once, 34 years ago, when he and I were both much younger (he is currently 83). He struck me as having just the right balance of humanity and gravitas that I'd want in a religious leader. Of course, a lot of what he said was bland religious-leader stuff about world peace and such. But nothing was plainly false or idiotic, and some was refreshingly honest.

Here for example is a thing he said, recorded in Tibet, Tibet: A Personal History of a Lost Land, Patrick French's book about Tibet, concerning Westerners who take up Buddhism:

In the West, I do not think it advisable to follow Buddhism. Changing religions is not like changing professions. Excitement lessens over the years, and soon you are not excited, and then where are you? Homeless inside yourself.

If Tibetan Buddhism has a Marketing Department, that must have got them wailing and rending their garments. It's true, though.

The Dalai Lama's remarks in Malmö were similarly sensible. On the topic of Third-Worlders flooding into Europe uninvited, he said: "Receive them, help them, educate them … but ultimately they should develop their own country … I think Europe belongs to the Europeans …"[Dalai Lama: 'Europe belongs to the Europeans',  AFP/The Local, September 13, 2018]

By Washington Watcher on 2018-09-15 21:17:00 -0400

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Stephen Miller is reportedly the last staffer the president trusts in his own White House, as the Commander-in-Chief fears, accurately, there is a “coup” being launched against him. [Stephen Miller May Be the Only Staffer Trump Trusts Now, by Ed Kilgore, New York Magazine, September 13, 2018] The president trusts Miller because he shares Trump’s hostility towards the “administrative state” thwarting the president’s agenda and challenging his power. [Trump believes there’s a coup”: Freaked by the Times Op-Ed, the President Is Seeing Enemies Everywhere, by Gabriel Sherman, Vanity Fair, September 13, 2018] Miller is, of course, one of the few in the White House who supported President Trump throughout the campaign and who actually cares about America’s immigration disaster.

shahYet Miller is an exception. The president is surrounded by the exact same kind of Republicans that opposed him and who have now driven him to the brink of political catastrophe. [New polling shows disastrous warning signs for Republicans ahead of the midterm elections, by Eliza Reiman, Business Insider, September 12, 2018] The identity of these saboteurs is no secret—incredibly, President Trump either appointed them or allowed them to be appointed even when their hatred for him is long-established and well-known. And this even includes one of the men who is supposed to argue for the president’s agenda before the world, Deputy White House Press Secretary Raj Shah.

The senior communications official has a record of contempt for the President. A month before Trump was elected in 2016, Shah reveled in the release of the Access Hollywood tapes. “I’m kinda enjoying this, some justice. I honestly don’t think it’s the worst thing he’s done but he somehow got passes for the other acts,” Shah texted an RNC staffer at the time. “Trump is a deplorable.” [White House official called Trump a “Deplorable,” by Olivia Nuzzi, New York Magazine, February 5, 2018]. And well before those tapes leaked, Shah favored the utterly appalling Jeb Bush during the primaries and may have even helped craft an attack ad against Trump.  [Report: White House Spokesman Called Trump a “Deplorable,” by Molly Olmstead, Slate, February 6, 2018]

By Harri Honkanen on 2018-09-14 23:23:00 -0400

See also: The Sweden Democrats—Alone Against Establishment Extremists, By Rafael Koski, September 2010

Let’s not mince words. Last Sunday, in Sweden’s general election, the Sweden Democrats got a disappointing result compared to expectations. Much of the MSM were convinced that there’d surely be a “shy Sweden Democrat effect.” If the opinion polls put the party on 20% and in second place, then they were bound to do even better, maybe even come first [Sweden election polls 2018: Who are the Sweden Democrats? Could anti-EU party WIN?, By Amalie Hendon, Daily Express, September 6, 2018] But, although Sweden Democrats did increase their vote from 12.8% to 17.6%, they remained in third place. What went wrong?

One Swedish reader even wrote to us to make the point: SD would get more like 25% and, in his view, there was a strong probability that a hard-line SD break away—Alternative for Sweden—would also cross the line and make it into the Riksdag.

Back in the 2014 election, Sweden Democrats garnered just under 13% of the vote, making them the third largest party in the Riksdag, some way behind the Moderates (cuckservatives responsible for about a decade of Muslim mass-immigration) and the Social Democrats, the party of the Prime Minister, Stefan Löfven, who’ve topped every poll since the 1930s. The conditions seemed ripe for Sweden Democrats to at the very least come in second.

In 2015 alone, the Social Democrat Prime Minister had allowed 160,000 mainly Muslim males to settle in the country. They were responsible for a spike in rapes and other crimes including the torching of 100 cars during the election campaign,

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