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Our ongoing series Black Crime According to Black People explores the unique principles that govern how blacks react to black crime, which is very different from how they react to non-black crime and how whites react to any sort of crime. These should not be confused with Unamusement Park’s Laws of Race and Crime: There […]

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Let the celebrations begin! Today, the Internet’s #1 source for silly kittens… … slutty forest faeries… … gratuitous French girls… … and racial hatred… … turns ONE YEAR OLD. Huzzah! A bold new direction! On this very special occasion, I am pleased to announce that in exactly one week, Unamusement Park will cease to exist […]

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Our ongoing series Black Crime According to Black People explores the unique principles that govern how blacks react to black crime, which is very different from how they react to non-black crime and how whites react to any sort of crime. These should not be confused with Unamusement Park’s Laws of Race and Crime: There […]

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Lawrence Auster directs us to the renowned 11th edition of Encyclopedia Britannica, from 1910; specifically, to page 344 of Volume 19 and an article entitled “Negro.” What did we know about “the negro” in 1910? Mentally the negro is inferior to the white. Race differences in intelligence, which in the age before political correctness were […]

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Happy Robert E. Lee Day, everybody! We at Unamusement Park spend an awful lot of time enumerating the unique, uh, challenges (not to say weaknesses) posed by racial diversity; specifically, any large number of Sun People let loose in a historically white-majority nation. Call it the Diversity Challenge. That makes it sound fun, right? The […]

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The doctrine of diversity inches ever closer to the Beyond Parody event horizon: the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has charged Pepsi with black and Hispanic criminality. From the Washington Post, January 11, 2012 (via American Renaissance): Pepsi Beverages Co. will pay $3.1 million to settle federal charges of race discrimination for using criminal background checks […]

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Last time, we presented our first set of results: The black offending rate by number of offenders for six violent crime categories, expressed as a multiple of the corresponding white and Hispanic (W&H) rate, 2004–2008. The minimum overall black offending rate (combining single- and multiple-offender victimizations) for the same six categories, expressed as a multiple […]

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human nature (noun) A supposed set of allegedly immutable, ostensibly biological constraints on human behavior, which supposedly limit what we can feel, think, choose, imagine, and accomplish in our finite time on this Earth. Scientifically invalid. Along with ignorance and general stupidity, used to justify and excuse racism, sexism, homophobia, welfare reform, and all the […]

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The city of Detroit, Michigan is 83% black. This simple fact has many interesting consequences. For example, in May 2011, CBS Detroit reported that nearly half the city cannot read. (Curiously, the photo accompanying the article depicts a white person. No explanation is given.) According to a new report, 47 percent of Detroiters are “functionally […]

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Steve Sailer is a time traveling plagiarist. See above. Doubtless this will come as a shock to some of you. “Steve Sailer?” I hear you asking. “Traveling through time?” Yes. Yes he did. To plagiarize me. “But… with time travel?” I think you’re losing sight of the real issue here, which is his blatant — […]

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