Courtesy of research by the infamous and sexy M.G., proprietor of the highly innovative and quantitatively and visually oriented HBD/race-realist website Those Who Can See: I have updated my list of minority violence at school and college with several new entries (we’re up to 24 now), including a screwdriver-wielding English teacher, a screwdriver-wielding Black Alternate [...]
Archive for August, 2012
NewsBusters has posted a highly negative review of Chuck Thompson’s remarkable new book, “Better Off without ‘Em: A Northern White Manifesto for Southern Separation Racial Segregation.” Well, you can’t please everybody. Oh, right: I should remind you that I’ve taken the liberty of diversifying the title for your amusement and edification. I’ve done the same [...]
Chuck Thompson has written a remarkable new book, “Better Off without ‘Em: A Northern White Manifesto for Southern Separation Racial Segregation.” As you can see, I’ve taken the liberty of diversifying the title for your amusement. Here’s a synopsis of the book (suitably diversified, of course): Lets talk about secession segregation. Not exactly the most [...]
SOP for the MOG, if you will. The leading race realist/immigration reform website, VDARE, is currently featuring my article on Democrat race-baiting (specifically by State Senator L. Louise Lucas of Portsmouth). Check it out, ‘Park rangers (and hate-kittens).
First we watched with dismay as the EEOC charged Pepsi with black and Hispanic criminality “disproportionately” excluding blacks and Hispanics through a policy of “not hiring workers with arrest records.” Then we gazed in horror as a federal judge fined the FDNY $129 million with black and Hispanic stupidity “intentional discrimination” for testing the intelligence [...]
The Camp of the Saints (1973), by Jean Raspail, is an important book about race, immigration, and the future of white people and Western Civilization. Every reactionary should read it. Luckily for you, reactionary friends, it is also exciting, suspenseful, funny, and thoroughly entertaining. I finished it in one day. Think of The Camp of [...]