Sunday, April 20, 2014

John Derbyshire: Will Europe’s “Camp Of The Saints” Produce A Humanitarian Crackup? - "Meanwhile there are indeed hordes of Third Worlders trying to get into Europe, but they are mostly Africans. ... Needless to say, all the Main Stream Media stories about these Mediterranean illegals take a sympathetic line."

John Derbyshire: Will Europe’s “Camp Of The Saints” Produce A Humanitarian Crackup?

The one real question in the world today: whether those rights of man that we hold so dear—of certain men, that is—can be preserved at the expense of others. I’ll let you think that one over …
That is the President of France, speaking to ambassadors from other Western nations as his own is being overwhelmed by a flood of illegal immigrants from the Third World.
It is of course fiction, so far at any rate. To be precise, it is Jean Raspail’s 1973 novel The Camp of The Saints, Chapter 34.
I remember thinking when I read Raspail’s book a dozen or so years ago that he had missed the mark—forgivably enough, I suppose, for a writer in the early 1970s (see below). Raspail’s poor Third Worlders coming ashore in Europe are from subcontinental Asia. Wouldn't they, in the 21st century, more likely be black Africans, I thought?
I thought correctly. India is currently stable and improving. Right now they are having an election—a fair and orderly one by Third World standards. Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are politically wobbly but inching forward. The situation in Pakistan remains perpetually “desperate but not serious.”
Meanwhile there are indeed hordes of Third Worlders trying to get into Europe, but they are mostly Africans. The European territories near to Africa—or, in the case of Ceuta and Melilla, tiny Spanish enclaves on the Moroccan coast, actually in Africa—are being besieged by would-be illegal immigrants.
Needless to say, all the Main Stream Media stories about these Mediterranean illegals take a sympathetic line. . . .

Paul Weston Video: Stop the Rivers of Blood - Vote Liberty GB

Stop the Rivers of Blood - Vote Liberty GB

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Francis Carr Begbie: Was Ed Miliband’s father a KGB stooge? - "Ed Miliband ...has as much in common with the average Brit as a man from Mars."

Was Ed Miliband’s father a KGB stooge?

Benjamin Netanyahu and Ed Miliband

With a year to go before the next British general election, the strategic brains behind an increasingly confident looking Labour Party are trying to tackle a matter of some delicacy — how are the British going to react to a Jewish Prime Minister? It is a tricky one because there is no disguising the fact that Ed Miliband is not only as Jewish as they come, but he has as much in common with the average Brit as a man from Mars.
The son of famous Marxist academic Ralph Miliband, he was born into a privileged and intellectual Hampstead milieu and has moved effortlessly via Oxford University and the London School of Economics to becoming a bag-carrier for senior politicians and then parachuted into the safe Labour seat of Doncaster north. A fairly normal trajectory then for a member of the increasingly hereditary political class and one that would have no doubt baffled the founders of  Labour Party in the coal pits of South Wales, the cotton mills of Lancashire and the shipyards of Clydeside.
Ed’s father Ralph was of Polish Jewish stock originally and arrived in Britain afterfleeing Belgium in 1940 when the Germans invaded the Low Countries. Ralph worked as a lecturer at the LSE and became something of a fashionable academic fixture in the sixties New Left. . . .

Saturday, April 19, 2014

'B-Stylers' Are Japanese Teens Who Want To Be Black (Ah, the fresh insights of youth. Apparently here in the US we have an embarrassment of riches: Detroit, Flint, Camden . . .)


Dutch photographer DesirĂ© van den Berg has spent the past seven months traveling around Asia. She lives in Hong Kong at the moment, but when she was in Tokyo, back in December 2013, she met Hina, a 23-year-old who works at a trendy Tokyo boutique called Baby Shoop. Hina's shop has the tagline “Black for Life.” She describes its products as “a tribute to Black culture: the music, the fashion, and style of dance.”
Hina's appearance is also loyal to what the Japanese call "B-style"—a contraction of the words "Black" and "Lifestyle" that refers to a subculture of young Japanese people who love American hip-hop culture so much that they do everything in their power to look as African American as possible.
I called up Desiré to find out more about her time photographing Hina and her gang.
VICE: How did you meet Hina?
DesirĂ© van den Berg: She appeared in a documentary about B-style a couple of years back, which I happened to watch. This is what got me interested in the culture. It took a lot of effort, but I eventually got in touch with her on Facebook, through other B-stylers. I said I wanted to take photos of her, and she actually thought that was pretty cool. It was all a bit of a hassle, though, because Hina and the other B-stylers didn't speak a single word of English. We needed a translator both to make an appointment and at the actual first meeting, too. . . .
Even though many Japanese feel right at home in the mass, it is still a land of extremes, which manage to coexist rather well.
     Much more ethnic cohesion actually allows for more freedom, since it is still all in the family?

Friday, April 18, 2014

Jared Taylor Video: How to Lose a Nation - The history of American immigration (We can see from the statements of Teddy Kennedy and LBJ that our open-borders overlords have been lying to us from the very beginning.)

How to Lose a Nation

The swearing in of typical new Americans in Minneapolis

The history of American immigration

The Race Grievance Industry in the UK: The Necessary Rise of the Black Baroness Doreen Lawrence - "The rise and rise of Doreen Lawrence, whose main assets are simply her Blackness and victim status, is thus propelled by the undying need to explain Black inequality in stubbornly egalitarian Britain."

The Necessary Rise of the Black Baroness


White woman, presumably filled with guilt, observing Chris Ofili’s “No Woman No Cry,” said to portray Baroness Doreen Lawrence
Given that Baroness Doreen Lawrence, the mother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence, is now being touted as Labour’s candidate to fight the London mayoral elections in 2016, it is time to reconsider the complexities of British multiculturalism and how the Black population and Britain relate to each other.
The central problem is that because of real average differences in traits like IQ, Blacks simply don’t fit into White societies, like Britain, that prize “equality.” Most people, of course, know this at a gut level, but on the conscious level there is still a lot of brainwashing, denial, and disinformation, backed up by extremely fuzzy thinking.
People in these societies have been taught that “equality” is a sacred and moral value, so they are naturally reluctant to face up to the awkward fact of continuing Black inequality. It simply does not square with their declared values and actual equality of opportunity that other non-White groups like Asians have no trouble taking advantage of.
The only way out of this paradox is for the society to generate the idea of “racism” and create the myth that Blacks are held back by “evil, racist” White people.
The problem with this, however, is that because these societies are dominated by egalitarian values and the idea that anything “bad” from the past should and can be reformed, they constantly undermine any objective basis for actual racial discrimination with the result that ever more abstruse and chimerical forms of it have to be found or conceptualized. . . .