- We cannot guarantee residency for Hongkongers, Australian minister says, days after ‘safe haven’ offer
“What we are saying is that people will have the opportunity to apply for permanent residency, but I mean, if there’s a serious security issue in relation to that person, they’ll be sent back,” Tudge told ABC’s Insiders show.
There should be one concern in immigration: is this person compatible with the founding ethnic group? If not, who cares how much they “deserve” it; preserve yourselves. Diversity has failed, even “nice” diversity like well-behaved, high-IQ, wealthy HongKongers.
- Nationalist gains, Socialists steady as Spain holds first votes amid pandemic
Spain’s conservative Popular Party (PP) won its fourth consecutive majority in the northwestern region of Galicia Sunday, but performed poorly in the Basque Country in the country’s first elections since the coronavirus pandemic.
Groups that believe themselves to be minorities never vote for majoritarian ideas like nationalism and conservatism. You have to grant them independence or relocate them to their ethnic homelands in North Africa and the Middle East. For bonus points, send along all of your mixed-ethnic citizens who have Moorish, Arab, Jewish, or North African blood. They will be happier alongside those who are more like them.
- Sweden and Denmark step out of the shadows as EU’s frugals
Part of the so-called “frugal four”, the two Scandinavian countries are part of the last holdouts in passing a massive stimulus plan for the EU countries whose economies have been ravaged by the new coronavirus pandemic.
“Until now we have been hiding behind the Brits and broadly people have seen Denmark as a nice, compliant country to EU law, but now the truth comes out,” Marlene Wind, professor of political science at the University of Copenhagen told AFP.
Neighbouring Sweden, which joined the EU in 1995, has also mostly looked for pragmatic solutions and not made too much noise at summits.
“Socialist” Scandinavia has learned the hard way about Leftist programs: they cost a lot of money and leave citizens with a sense of learned helplessness much like Communism did.
- Poland’s Andrzej Duda wins 2nd term by narrow majority
Cultural issues dominated the campaign trail, with the government, state media and the influential Catholic church all ultimately coming out in support of Duda, a social conservative.
In the weeks leading up to the election, the president’s rhetoric shifted farther to the right. He seized on gay rights as a key theme, denouncing the LGBT+ rights movement as an “ideology” worse than communism.
Duda also tapped into anti-Semitic tropes in his characterization of his rival as someone who would sell out Polish families to Jewish interests. Poland had been home to Europe’s largest Jewish community before it was decimated by Germany in the Holocaust.
Social conservative values, including nationalism or one ethnic group per nation, work. Next step: getting away from all forms of socialism, including state benefits and public schooling.
- Business owner targeted with death threats after buying Black Lives Matter billboard in Houston
“I grew up being called names,” Hoang Nguyen said. “I was in jobs where I was limited by the color of my skin. That is why I support stopping racism and injustice – period.”
they hate us
You either identify with the majority or the minorities that want to replace it. There is no middle ground.
- USC will remove a John Wayne exhibit after actor’s racist comments resurfaced
“Conversations about systemic racism in our cultural institutions along with the recent global, civil uprising by the Black Lives Matter Movement require that we consider the role our School can play as a change maker in promoting antiracist cultural values and experiences,” Assistant Dean of Diversity and Inclusion Evan Hughes said in a Friday announcement to the film school community.
“Therefore, it has been decided that the Wayne Exhibit will be removed.”
Communist-style buzzword salad. Whenever you gather enough proles, you get Communism, even if by election and not revolution.
“I believe in white supremacy until the blacks are educated to a point of responsibility,” the actor said. “I don’t believe in giving authority and positions of leadership and judgment to irresponsible people.”
Actually a civic nationalist statement. Luckily, the tone deaf Left keeps going after moderate conservatives, forcing everyone to the Right.
- Super-rich call for higher taxes on wealthy to pay for Covid-19 recovery
The super-rich members, including Ben and Jerry’s ice cream co-founder Jerry Greenfield and Disney heir Abigail Disney, called on “our governments to raise taxes on people like us. Immediately. Substantially. Permanently”.
These people are liars.
Absolutely nothing stops them from giving more money to charities or the government. You can always write a higher number in your yearly check to the IRS.
What they really want is to raise taxes on those who might replace them. When you are super-rich, you can afford phat taxes, but those who are coming after you will find that difficult.
The wealth these people have consists mostly of ownership in companies. Tax bills will hit income and capital gains, suppressing anyone else from joining the super-rich club.
Typical Simian doings.
- Virgin Mary Statue Set on Fire Outside Boston Church, Authorities Say
The church put up the statue decades ago in memory of servicemen killed in World War II, Pastor Currie said.
This was never about Black lives. It was always focused on destroying majority culture and self-esteem.
- Workers demanding union rights plan to walk off the job in nationwide Strike for Black Lives
Thousands of workers are expected to walk off the job in more than 25 cities on July 20 in a mass demonstration called the Strike for Black Lives, organizers say. The strike takes aim at various industries in which Black workers are disproportionately represented, including fast food, airports, gig workers, nursing and home health aides.
This will go as well as the A Day Without A Mexican protests. Immigrants do not understand that they are labor, and without them, WASP America will do just fine. We see poor people in other lands and invite them here so they can earn more money and live in a stable society, but now that these people cannot stop themselves from trying to take over, we are going to replace them with automation.
- Suspect Identified in Vandalized Black Lives Matter Art Installation
Police initially asked for the public’s help in identifying the male and female seen in the photo, and said both were together when the incident took place. Authorities said Sunday they have now identified a suspect, but have not released any additional information on the suspect’s identity.
Funny how they can never identify suspects this quickly when statues are torn down, police departments burned, or ordinary people assaulted on the street.
- Leicester: Up to 10,000 could be victims of modern slavery in textile factories
Leicestershire MP Andrew Bridgen has told Sky News a “conspiracy of silence” has allowed factories in the city to continue to exploit workers over many years.
“You’ve got a systemic failure of all the protections in Leicester that would prevent this from happening,” Mr Bridgen said.
“I’ve estimated it’s around 10,000 individuals who are effectively in modern slavery providing garments for internet retailers.”
We abolished slavery only to get… more slavery. People have trouble with the fact that low-IQ humans will always be used as slaves, serfs, or otherwise disposable labor. An honest person would just restore the feudal system.
- Two months after infection, COVID-19 symptoms persist
Roughly 60 days later, the researchers followed up with an assessment of these patients. Two months after there was no detectable virus, only 13 percent of the study group was free of any COVID-19 symptoms. By contrast, a bit over half still had at least three symptoms typical of the disease.
The most common symptom was fatigue, followed by difficulty breathing, joint pain, and chest pain. Over 10 percent were still coughing, and similar numbers hadn’t seen their sense of smell return. A large range of other symptoms were also present.
Disease that causes blood clotting in some might damage other stuff because of those clots; not exactly surprising. Same with Coronavirus can damage the heart, major study finds:
A survey of 69 countries, funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF), found that 55 per cent of 1,261 patients studied had abnormal changes to the way their heart was pumping, with around one in seven showing evidence of severe dysfunction.
The majority – 901 patients – had never been diagnosed with heart problems before, leading scientists to conclude that Covid-19 itself may seriously affect the heart.
As usual, one wonders: who are these people? This might be the major question of the twenty-first century: who are we, as nations, and who are the people who experience certain bad results? Are they predisposed to such things? “Undiagnosed” does not mean “absent.”
- UFC rescinds offer to Timo Feucht for Fight Island bout over alleged past Neo-Nazi ties
The fighter reportedly has a past with Neo-Nazis and right-wing hooligan groups, including an an attack in the Connewitz district in Leipzig on Jan. 11, 2016. Feucht was one of 215 people arrested by the local police at the time.
Weak men tell strong men that their opinions are problematic. Push far enough, and the backlash will come.
- Wells Fargo tells workers to delete TikTok as security, privacy concerns grow
“Due to concerns about TikTok’s privacy and security controls and practices, and because corporate-owned devices should be used for company business only, we have directed those employees to remove the app from their devices.”
The West found a way around cries of “discrimination” from the Chinese: look at the flaws of Chinese products, not the allegiances themselves. The UK figured this out first and used it to reject 5G gear, as reported in these pages before.
- Christchurch mosque attacker to represent himself at sentencing
Aya Al-Umari, whose brother Hussein Al-Umari was killed at al Noor mosque, said the gunman’s decision to represent himself was a bid for attention. “It is a tactic to want to stay relevant in the news by any means he can,” she told the Guardian.
Like Varg, Breivik, McVeigh, and Kaczynski, he is using prosecution as a forum to express his reasoning. Why would anyone suppress this? They seem to fear that ordinary normal people will agree with him. That tells us how unstable the Leftist Regime has become. It has lost enough popular support that it must control the narrative in order to keep the fearful in line.
- China books second-biggest U.S. corn purchase on record, also buys wheat
The 1.365 million tonnes of corn booked by China was its largest single-day purchase in 25-1/2 years, behind only a 1.45-million-tonne purchase in December 1994, a according to USDA data.
Communist societies can never produce enough food. They are good at making weapons and gadgets, but bad at the process of living itself, which tells us how miserable most people are in such regimes.
- EU says it’s preparing measures against China over Hong Kong
Diplomats said there was broad support among EU member states for some action but tough measures were not being discussed in detail because of resistance from China’s closest trade partners in Europe, such as Hungary and Greece.
Europe needs to find a way to survive without depending on the third world. This will involve getting rid of their extensive socialist-style entitlements states, and building up their militaries to compensate for less US protection. At that point, the “excess” floating around the system will be gone, and these societies will (again) demand that people produce something — even if intangible, like art and cultural activities — in order to be part of those societies. This will prompt a huge exodus to the third world including Eastern Europe. This makes sense, since Europe has been crowded for centuries and has produced a bumper crop of useless people who would be happier in the third world.
- Zindzi Mandela, daughter of Nelson Mandela, dies
Zindzi Mandela, the youngest daughter of anti-apartheid activist Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and Nelson Mandela, rose to international prominence when she read out Nelson Mandela’s rejection of then-president P.W. Botha’s offer of a conditional release from prison in 1985.
Apartheid was terrible because it was a halfway measure. The correct approach would be to keep only those who were actually native to the land there, mainly the Zulus, and to send back the Central Africans who migrated to South Africa because of the opportunities created by Europeans. In the meantime, Europeans need to repatriate to somewhere like the US or Europe, and leave Africa for the Africans.
- China’s Transgender Community Welcomes Court Ruling on Employment Discrimination
The court ruled that the employee, surnamed Gao, could reinstate her labor contract with Dangdang and the company should pay her overdue salary of about 120,000 yuan ($17,069). The court also said that Gao has the right to use the office’s women’s toilet and other colleagues should accept her identity and work with her with an inclusive mentality. The company had claimed that Gao’s colleagues would feel uneasy about her using the toilets for either men or women.
Leftism shows us herd imitation and forms a type of precedent that only goes further against obvious facts of reality. This will weaken China, much as it is weakening the West. Whoever wakes up first rules the world.
- Immigrant parents denied adequate medical care, should be released with their children, lawyers say
Lawyers representing immigrant families in detention filed a complaint with the Department of Homeland Security on Sunday alleging that ICE has failed to provide adequate medical care for their clients.
Lawyers always argue for “my client, the victim.” Never mind that these people were violating laws. Future societies will just yeet these people back across the border whenever they appear, along with anyone who aided them.
- Conservatives rally around Goya amid calls for boycott over CEO’s pro-Trump remarks
Figures such as former model Chrissie Teigen had advanced the boycott as a way to retaliate against CEO Robert Unanue, who appeared beside Trump at a White House event this week.
The Left wants to destroy anyone who is not Leftist enough. The growing backlash shows just how desperate the Leftist Regime has become, and how quickly its grip on the Narrative is failing. Eventually, we need to get to the point where anyone who is egalitarian is seen as mentally and moral broken and yeeted out into the third world.
- Family of downtown canal shooting victim seeks justice
Ramirez said they were walking the canal around 3 a.m. Sunday, when they got into a racially charged argument with another group of people: four men and a woman.
He said one guy pulled a gun and said he did too, but that the two groups talked it out and all walked away.
Minutes later though, shots rang out along Canal Court. Whitaker was hit.
Open ethnic violence in the USA. Leftists, living in their security-protected apartments, hope that the rest of us suffer so that we panic, cuck, and give in to the anti-majoritarian agenda.
Her father, Robert Doty, told the Gateway Pundit that the BLM supporters had walked by her and her fiance and said “Black Lives Matter,” to which Jessica responded that “All Lives Matter.”
Her grandfather posted on Facebook that “multiple black assailants” shot her in the head.
“Why isn’t anybody outraged about this?” he asked in the post. “Is it that BLM was involved or that it was white young adults that [were] the victims?”
- ‘Who wants to feed a Bedouin?’: Children’s TV star apologizes for racist video
A popular Israeli children’s entertainer apologized Saturday night after a video emerged in which he treats Bedouin children like zoo animals during a family trip, repeatedly asking his children, “Who wants to feed a Bedouin?”
In the video published earlier in the day on the Tik Tok platform, a man, heard but not seen, films as he sits in a car with his family while two young Bedouin children stand outside. He holds up a cookie to the lens, then turns to his own young children in the back seat and repeatedly asks them if they want to feed the children outside.
“Let’s feed a Bedouin. Don’t you want to feed a Bedouin?” he says.
Even mentioning race is now “racist,” although race (and class, and family, and sex) is part of every aspect of life. Under Leftist control, we have drifted far away from reality and the resulting fake existence has made us all miserable.
- Making a beeline: wildflower paths across UK could save species
In the UK, 97% of wildflower-rich land – seven million hectares – has been swept away by modern agricultural and out-of-town developments since the 1940s.
Now the conservation charity Whitehouse works for as countries manager, Buglife, hopes to help restore and create at least 150,000 hectares of wildflower pathways with the launch on Monday of its B-lines network for England.
Add it all up: we need some land for the bees, some for the badgers, some for the deer, and some for the trees. The aristocrats had a solution, which was to keep vast tracts of land for “hunting” which were otherwise untouched by humans, and often not hunted on at all. Democracy has failed and produced ecocide instead.
- Two in three Scots support move to a four-day working week, says study
Research carried out by Survation, commissioned by the independent think-tank Autonomy, revealed that 63 per cent of people across the UK back a four-day week – rising to 70 per cent in Scotland.
That is higher than every region in England and Wales, and only behind Northern Ireland on 75 per cent.
We should be enjoying the benefits of technology in saving time and labor. We are not, because all of that “extra” money got dedicated to government and entitlements. Remove those, and we can all work two days a week and live sane and normal lives. Leftism is a parasite that kills its host civilization.
- Only 12% want a return to the old ‘normal’ Britain after Covid-19
A poll carried out for the strategy consultancy BritainThinks reveals that just 12% of people want life to return to normal “exactly as it was before” once the pandemic is over.
The research shows three clear priorities are emerging: better funding for the NHS, better treatment and pay for essential workers, and an economic recovery that doesn’t just focus on London. There is also an appetite for a kinder society that prioritises better support for people struggling with mental or physical health problems, allows workers more time off with family and friends, cares about the environment and ensures high levels of employment.
Six out of 10 people would be willing to pay more tax to see the NHS better funded, an approach even favoured by 54% of Conservative voters. There is little support, by contrast, for a return to austerity: only 17% of those polled think the government should cut funding for public services in the future, to pay back the money borrowed to respond to the crisis. This is a marked shift from December 2011, when 60% of the UK public said they thought austerity was necessary.
As usual, the voters have near-zero understanding of the issues. All of these reforms they want will send them scurrying back to work for many extra hours to generate the fake income necessary to pump up the circular Ponzi scheme created by the entitlements state. If they had any brains, they would stop demanding subsidies; interestingly, we are not told how many of the people in this study were actual taxpayers as opposed to welfare state recipients. One wonders why.
- Atlanta Dream players stand against Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s criticism of BLM movement
Loeffler, a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump who was appointed to the Senate last December and is on the ballot this fall, expressed her opposition to league initiatives in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Those initiatives include displaying “Black Lives Matter” on the court in Florida and honoring women who have died in connection with police action or alleged racial violence.
Expressing her opposition to the “politicization of sports” in the editorial, she again advocated for placing an American flag on each jersey.
We either emphasize unity or pity. The former means that we reward those who do the right thing and ignore the rest; the latter means that we always seek out victims in order to weep over them, self-flagellate, and then penalize everyone else to subsidize these putative victims. Populists choose nationalism because it works, and we want out of the victimhood-guilt cycle.
- Two men to stand trial in France for killing of Jewish woman, 85
A longtime neighbour, Yacine Mihoub, and associate Alexandre Carrimbacus were arrested on charges of murder and aggravated robbery, though prosecutors did not initially characterise the killing as antisemitic.
Under questioning, Carrimbacus accused Mihoub of shouting “Allahu akbar” (God is greatest) while stabbing Knoll and of justifying the attack by saying: “Jews have money.”
Diversity does not work. Why are there Arabs or Jews in Europe? You have your own homelands, go there!
- Coronavirus cases fall in Finland despite increased testing
The situation in Pirkanmaa is reflected across the country, as 16 of Finland’s 19 other hospital districts have reported no new coronavirus infections over the last 10 days.
The increase in the number of flu cases is due to the lifting of restrictions that had been in place to control the spread of coronavirus, as people are on the move more and social distancing and hand hygiene may no longer be such a priority for people as it was in the spring.
We are probably going to find out that this illness is spread mostly by air conditioning. Forget the masks; avoid offices!
- US Navy welcomes 1st Black female Tactical Aircraft pilot
Congratulations to this young lady. But:
“MAKING HISTORY!” the U.S. Navy tweeted Thursday in response to a post that Lt. j.g. Madeline Swegle had completed naval flight school and would later this month receive the flight officer insignia known as the “Wings of Gold.”
This is symbolism, not reality. Yes, it is wonderful that one person got ahead, but the fact remains that for most Black people, they are living as a subject population to an occupier, even if that occupier is mixed-race instead of being white. This article is a movie moment, not real life.
- Mapping carbon emissions embodied in Brazil’s soy exports
The largest carbon footprints are associated with municipalities across the MATOPIBA states and Pará, where soy is directly linked to natural vegetation loss. Importing soy from the aforementioned states entailed up to six times greater emissions per unit of product than the Brazilian average (0.69 t t−1). The European Union (EU) had the largest carbon footprint (0.77 t t−1) due to a larger share of emissions from embodied deforestation than for instance in China (0.67 t t−1), the largest soy importer. Total GHG emissions from Brazilian soy exports in 2010–2015 are estimated at 223.46 Mt, of which more than half were imported by China although the EU imported greater emissions from deforestation in absolute terms.
We democratized food, which means selling people cheap nutrition at high (relative) prices in order to feed more people. Now we see the cost, namely destruction of the wild, in addition to the gnarly stuff that all of these carbohydrate fillers are doing to our increasingly obese bodies.
- ISIS ‘still evading detection on Facebook’, report says
Networks of ISIS supporters were also found to be plotting, preparing and launching ‘raids’ on other Facebook pages, including those belonging to the US military and political leaders.
Social media cares about banning conservatives, not terrorists. If conservatives gain power, reality will become more important than social trends, and this will harm the Big Media model, just like conservatives in power harm the influence of media. Then again: if these things go away just because we start actually paying attention to reality, are these little echo chambers a good thing at all?
- George Soros foundation announces $220 million investment in push for racial justice
The largest portion, $150 million, will be given in five-year grants to various civil rights and racial equality groups like Black Voters Matter and the Equal Justice Initiative, according to the foundation. The groups receiving these grants are tackling racial inequality in different forms, such as fighting for police reform and increased ballot access for people of color.
Majorities spend their money and time trying to make civilization function, not focusing on victim issues, which is why the Left always gains a foothold: the normal people are out there making life better, but the neurotics and permanently unhappy people have nothing to do but constantly agitate and draw money from those who make their fortunes selling junk to idiots. Entitlements allow this to reach a dangerous level; the only solution is to slash entitlements, which will in turn savage those who make money selling junk to idiots.
- Israeli research center finds 28 new Hezbollah missile launch sites
Hezbollah, he said, is using the population of Beirut as human shields by “not hesitating to place their launch sites near public buildings, educational institutions, factories and more.”
Victimhood pathology requires that we ignore the fact that the victims are usually doing something wrong. Just like George Floyd was on drugs, sick, and committing crimes, Hezbollah specializes in launching missiles at Israel from civilian areas and then trotting out the dead children to claim that Israel is the new Nazis waging apartheid and genocide against the “innocent” “Palestinians.”
- Foreign Office quietly rejects International Court ruling to hand back Chagos Islands
The move has prompted a cross-party group of MPs to write to the Prime Minister to demand the Government end Britain’s “illegal” administration of the islands, warning it “undermines” the country’s credibility on the world stage.
Having Diego Garcia allow the US to project military power increases world political stability. The “natives” would simply create another third world society in its place, and are staging this hysteria just to get more free money from the West.
- Skeleton of ‘murdered’ Iron Age man found during HS2 works in Buckinghamshire
HS2 said it had found a large circular monument of wooden posts, believed to be used for ceremonial activities, which was “similar to Stonehenge”.
- Puerto Rico questions Spain’s legacy as statues tumble in US
“These statues represent all that history of violence, of invasion, of looting, of theft, of murder,” said an activist who goes by the name of Pluma and is a member of Puerto Rico’s Council for the Defense of Indigenous Rights. “These are crimes against humanity.”
The revenge of the third world continues: the first world having exhausted itself building modern society, those left out want to take over so they can stop any type of advancement and bring us all back to comfortable equal mediocrity. With only a few exceptions, humanity is entropy.
- A ‘regime shift’ is happening in the Arctic Ocean, Stanford scientists say
The study centers on net primary production (NPP), a measure of how quickly plants and algae convert sunlight and carbon dioxide into sugars that other creatures can eat. “The rates are really important in terms of how much food there is for the rest of the ecosystem,” Arrigo said. “It’s also important because this is one of the main ways that CO2 is pulled out of the atmosphere and into the ocean.”
If ocean organisms started consuming a lot more CO2, we could well head into an ice age. The oversupply of CO2 triggers the transition, and is not a permanent condition, in this model.
- Scientists call for pandemic investigations to focus on wildlife trade
Researchers say the focus should be on activities linked to China’s wildlife trade — both legal and illegal — including hunting areas, storage facilities, farms and markets. “All parts of the wildlife supply chain need to be investigated,” says Alice Latinne, an evolutionary biologist at the Wildlife Conservation Society Vietnam in Hanoi. “We need to test any wild or farmed wild animal species that could potentially be in close and frequent contact with humans in China,” she says.
Maybe we should focus on reducing the wildlife trade and incursions into wild nature, since these are guaranteed to bring humans into closer contact with other species and the various weird and unpredictable diseases that have been floating around out there in the deep woods and jungle for aeons.
- Srebrenica: 25 years on, Europe remembers its largest massacre since the Second World War
Nationalism and sectarianism began to rise in what was then Yugoslavia following the death of dictator Josip Broz Tito in 1980.
The fall of the Berlin Wall in late 1989 and the subsequent collapse of the Soviet Union deepened the crisis and in 1991, war erupted along ethnic lines after Slovenia and Croatia both declared their independence.
Suicidal humans try the same failed policies time and again, then find a heap of bodies, which stimulates an extensive period of self-flagellation and guilt, as if we are trying to convince ourselves that we care. Obviously we do not, since we then do the same dumb stuff over again.
- Medical Oxygen Runs Low As Coronavirus Cases Soar in South Africa
At the field hospital in the Nasrec Expo Center in Johannesburg none of the 450 beds have oxygen, said Lynne Wilkinson, a public health specialist who is part of a volunteer effort that’s calling for 100 oxygen concentrators. The purity and volume of oxygen is lower in the portable and usually temporary devices.
Sourcing them is a problem because they’re bought up by the private sector, even private individuals, she told the AP: “They keep them at home.”
In the third world, which is generally mixed-race, there is no social trust, so it is “every man for himself” and as a result, public services are inept and useless.
- Americans Increase LSD Use—and a Bleak Outlook for the World May Be to Blame
“LSD is used primarily to escape. And given that the world’s on fire, people might be using it as a therapeutic mechanism,” says Andrew Yockey, a doctoral candidate in health education at the University of Cincinnati and lead author of the paper. “Now that COVID’s hit, I’d guess that use has probably tripled.”
Real last-days-of-Rome style material here.
- China is heading toward ‘implosion’ because communist regimes ‘do not survive’
“Communism, central planning, state-owned power, the autocratic Marxist governments do not survive, they do tend to implode,” Mr Jordan told Sky News.
“Unless China adopts market-oriented policies and embraces freedom, which is also very dangerous to communism, it seems like that is the likely medium-term fate of the regime.”
Muh freedom just prolongs the doom. You have no chance of long-term survival unless you adopt aristocratic leaders and a social hierarchy based on intelligence and moral goodness. We let proles rule us now, and they always make the wrong decisions, since they prioritize short-term appeasement of the herd over long-term hard truths.
- Trump says he’ll sign order with ‘road to citizenship’ for DACA recipients
“I’m going to do a big executive order. I have the power to do it as president and I’m going to make DACA a part of it,” Trump responded. “But, we put it in, and we’ll probably going to then be taking it out. We’re working out the legal complexities right now, but I’m going to be signing a very major immigration bill as an executive order, which Supreme Court now, because of the DACA decision, has given me the power to do that.”
Wonderfully unclear. We are going to put it in, then take it out, and all I can promise that DACA will be addressed somewhere. In reality, DACA is less important than the death of a thousand cuts that the president is administering to the American immigration system. Until we stop the flood of people in here, wages are never going to go up, and social instability will increase. If we stop the flood, it will prompt an exodus as others perceive that they are not going to dominate here, therefore why bother being a minority here.
- DOD Intel Hasn’t Confirmed Russian Bounty Scheme in Afghanistan
“All the defense intel agencies have been unable to corroborate that report,” Defense Secretary Mark Esper told the House Armed Services Committee Thursday afternoon. His comments came weeks after The New York Times first reported the supposed Russian scheme, confirmed by other news outlets that have also reported the bounties resulted in the deaths of American troops in 2018 and 2019.
This Leftist talking point was featured in woo across the internet all of last week. Now it seems to have vanished from the public eye. One wonders why.
- Rape Victims Accused of Racism
Earlier this month in the UK, Sarah Champion, a Labor politician and MP for Rotherham (the epicenter of sex grooming), was accused of “fanning the flames of racial hatred” and “acting like a neo-fascist murderer.” Her crime? She had dared to assert that “Britain has a problem with British Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls.”
The first rule of democracy club is that you may only speak about facts when they are positive for democracy. If you do otherwise, the “rights” granted to you by the herd will be revoked, and you become an enemy of the State.
- Segregated diversity training session at Seattle City Hall stirs controversy
The email that invited municipal workers said it was for “city employees who identify as white,” giving them a specific place to sign up for the class.
The training was called Internalized Racial Superiority, and the email about it said, “We’ll examine our complicity in the system of white supremacy . . . and begin to cultivate practices that enable us to interrupt racism in ways that are accountable to Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC).”
Paid for by the taxpayers, a subset of the voters who approved this nonsense.
- Tensions rise over Detroit police killing of man they say fired first at officers
The video shows the victim pulling a gun out of his left pocket, pointing it at the head of a police officer who stood a few feet away, and opening fire.
Three nearby police officers quickly returned fire and the man fell to the ground, which is seen in the video.
According to Craig, the man fired two more shots as he was taken down. In total, the victim fired four shots, so did the police. No officers were injured.
Inverted 1984: we all have telescreens in every room so that they watch us and record, allowing us to later prove that we were not racist in case a minority person gets a hangnail, finds a garage door pull, or thinks a pillowcase is a Klan hood.
- Florida gun enthusiast shoots three armed intruders, killing two
Investigators said he grabbed a gun and walked to the back of the house where he saw a masked intruder in the hallway pointing a gun at him. The homeowner fired his gun, striking the intruder. A second intruder, also pointing a gun toward the homeowner, was behind the first one. The homeowner shot him and he fell to the floor as well.
The homeowner saw a third invader and fired but his gun jammed. He grabbed another gun but the intruder had left.
Imagine his disappointment when the gum jammed; he almost got a high score! We are at the second-to-last stage of home defense. In the next stage, people just hide the bodies. “Intruders? No, haven’t seen any. Just busy digging this foundation in the middle of the woods at 3:00 AM, officer.”
- Genomewide Association Study of Severe Covid-19 with Respiratory Failure
The association signal at locus 9q34.2 coincided with the ABO blood group locus; in this cohort, a blood-group–specific analysis showed a higher risk in blood group A than in other blood groups (odds ratio, 1.45; 95% CI, 1.20 to 1.75; P=1.48×10−4) and a protective effect in blood group O as compared with other blood groups (odds ratio, 0.65; 95% CI, 0.53 to 0.79; P=1.06×10−5)
It helps to have Type O blood, one surmises. However, this alone does not explain why so many minorities and mixed-race people are getting this virus.
- Defense attorneys say he wouldn’t face charges in killing of 17-year-old girl if he was white
Statesboro police, though, told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution last week that evidence including uninvolved eyewitness accounts pointed away from a “stand your ground” scenario, in which people in fear for their lives can legally respond with lethal force.
Lead investigator Capt. Jared Akins said if evidence had showed Wilson shot in self defense, that would have been discussed with the district attorney’s office. “At this point in time, what the evidence points us toward is that there was an altercation that led to a shooting, and that shooting led to her death,” Akins said. “And the shooting itself is an aggravated assault.”
More diversity violence. Democracy is slow-witted, so we probably need diversity to commit a genocide before anyone will finally break down and admit that, yes, diversity has been a nightmare for some time.
- Putin mocks U.S. embassy for flying rainbow flag
Putin said the U.S. embassy’s move to raise the LGBT pride flag “revealed something about the people that work there”.
“It’s no big deal though. We have spoken about this many times, and our position is clear,” said Putin, who has sought to distance Russia from liberal Western values and aligned himself with the Russian Orthodox Church.
“Yes, we passed a law banning the propaganda of homosexuality among minors. So what? Let people grow up, become adults and then decide their own destinies.”
He unintentionally makes a bigger point: the USA has ceased to stand for anything, and now mainly it stands against the preservation of any kind of culture and standards other than the old Jacobin-Communist standby, “everyone is equal and everything is permitted.” Like all other Leftist regimes, we are an empty nation consuming everything, and destroying anyone who lacks our disease.
- Dukes of Hazzard car not going anywhere, says US auto museum
“We feel the car is part of history, and people love it,” Brian Grams, museum director, told the Crystal Lake-based Northwest Herald. “We’ve got people of all races and nationalities that remember the TV show and aren’t offended by it whatsoever. It’s a piece of history and it’s in a museum.”
The museum acquired the car in 2005 and nobody had complained about the exhibit, Grams said.
It was believed to be the last surviving 1969 Charger used in the first season of the popular television program about the adventures of two cousins, Luke and Bo Duke, in rural Hazzard county, Georgia, that ran from 1979 to 1985.
In retrospect, this show offered a lot of Southern stereotypes but was still less ham-handed than our post-Clinton (neo-Communist) propaganda.
- Tesla is the world’s top carmaker on the back of a tech boost and huge Chinese sales
In fact, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) released a report on the topic last month, telling the world to prepare for electric vehicles.
It said a global transition was underway to decarbonise energy and transport systems, and as the importance of oil as a source of energy receded, demand for lithium-ion batteries would grow rapidly.
This would create its own problems, it said, because the mining industries extracting the key materials needed for rechargeable batteries — lithium, graphite, manganese and cobalt — caused unique environmental and social consequences.
How about instead we focus on having everyone live in small cities near farms that can produce their local food, and people not having to commute around the ghetto every morning to get downtown? Maybe we can stop flying everywhere for vacation and instead just enjoy normal lives. Much of our use of fossil fuels consists of trying to avoid problems created by democracy, equality, and diversity (D.E.a.D.).
- Report: New Mexico’s suicide rate is highest in the nation
Official data released annually by the American Association of Suicidology showed that New Mexico trailed only Montana, Wyoming and Alaska in suicides.
But the state had a 9% increase in 2018 and reached the top of the list with a rate of 25.6 suicides per 100,000 people compared to the national average of 14.8 suicides per 100,000.
The Journal says New Mexico’s 535 suicides in 2018 was the its highest number of suicides since the state began consistently keeping track in 1999.
New Mexico is 47.5% Hispanic. Surely this is unrelated.
- Move to rename ‘Bloody Sunday’ bridge has critics in Selma
The bridge was named for Pettus, who fought for the Confederacy and was a reputed KKK grand wizard who served in the U.S. Senate at a time when Jim Crow laws gave white people near-total control in Alabama.
Not to put too fine a point on it, but Alabama seemed to work better back then. Multi-racial states seem to have endless, insoluble problems.
- China bans Senators Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio from entry
U.S. Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, Rep. Chris Smith and Ambassador for Religious Freedom Sam Brownback were targeted, as was the Congressional-Executive Commission on China. The four men have been critical of the ruling Communist Party’s policies toward minority groups and people of faith.
Conservatism has split between those who acknowledge populism and those who are trying to keep the old, post-WW2 “fusionist” conservatism (basically: voluntaryist Christian libertarianism) alive. The new recognize that diversity has failed and mono-ethnic states are thriving, while the old want to force “freedom” on everyone, including diversity and equality, despite those things being both fundamentally Leftist and destructive to any civilization.
- 23 million Americans could face eviction in coming months
One in five U.S. households who rent their homes could face eviction by October as enhanced federal unemployment benefits and eviction moratoriums come to an end this summer, an analysis shows. Already, thousands of eviction cases are pending in a number of states.
People might wonder why Trump is paying stimulus into industry, but the grim fact is that without an economic restart, many Americans will find themselves destitute. Leftists came up with the glib solution to prevent evictions, but this means landlords will not be collecting rent and therefore, not able to pay their mortgages, which means that soon the country will be filled with empty ghetto buildings. Put everyone in space suits if you must, but people need to get back to work, even if we decide to eliminate the unnecessary jobs and have everyone work two days a week.
- Geofence warrants to be tested in Virginia bank robbery case
In Chatrie’s case, bank cameras showed the robber came and went from an area where a church worker saw a suspicious person in a blue Buick. Chatrie’s Location History matched these movements. Prosecutors say Chatrie confessed after officers found a gun and nearly $100,000 in cash, including bills wrapped in bands signed by the bank teller.
You have no expectation of privacy from a device which is constantly contacting the internet and revealing your location. However the courts punt on this one, eventually this data will be used, which should make us all reconsider our cell phone addiction.
- Ministers face backlash after claiming Britain is not racist
“Every member of the public will be thinking, ‘I’m not racist he’s right’, but actually the accusation of Black Lives Matter protest is not about the public, it is about the police, it is about the criminal justice system. It is about education and it’s about the government.
“It’s not the public that are detaining and deporting black and ethnic minority people. It’s not the public that are stopping and searching black young people 10 times more than white young people.”
No matter what you do, you are guilty. As white people realize this, they are starting to lose any degree of care they had for diversity. Once we thought it was a good thing; now we see it as a hindrance and tax, sort of like traffic tickets, justified at face value as good but underneath, simply more control by the governments we have lost control of through democracy.
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Author: Brett Stevens