Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Monday, July 27, 2020
Fox: More riots and lawlessness in cities across nation - The irony is that if Biden wins on election night there will be vast riots and looting--they'll just call it a celebration --tma
Another night of rioting and lawlessness exploded in more than half a dozen U.S. cities Saturday night -- with the mayhem including damage to federal buildings, local police precincts, and a fatal shooting in Austin, Texas. ...
Frank Hilliard: Goodbye to Fidelity, Marriage and the Nuclear Family - Image: Image: "Feminists are now demanding that White women reproduce children only with patriarchal African men"
Cultural change happens so slowly it’s almost indiscernible; one small step here, one slight alteration there, and before you know it, the world has changed beyond belief. ...
Sunday, July 26, 2020
"America For How Long?" Derbyshire Interview With Malkin - Today's America: (1) Hold a rally to support cops (2) BLM & antifa beat you to a pulp, with weapons (3) cops stand by and do nothing --tma
They talked about the censorship sweeping the nation and why it is so important for people with convictions to stand defend America... because no one is coming to save us! Malkin detailed the attack on her peaceful rally in Denver by antifa/Black Lives Matter members, and how the police stood down, i.e. failed to protect those who dared stand in support of the police! They also discussed what kneeling to the Black Lives Matter blood libel against white America. ...
Living White in New York City - Reflections from an octogenarian - "Withdrawing to avoid confrontation" - Yes, white people can hide, but for how much longer? --tma
For me, race realism is something which has evolved by stages over fifty years. Living in New York City, I have had many opportunities to interact with people who are different: as neighbors, at work, in community groups, in Church. Coming from an idyllic, almost 19th-century, New England background when we still had our majestic elm trees, I had a lot to learn. Gradually, I have taken off the rose-colored glasses and learned to be practical about who has my best interests in mind. This is not a matter of seeing enemies everywhere, but simply being realistic about what to expect in any given situation.
During the Rockefeller years in New York, I went through a rather ambitious altruistic phase, using my training as an architect for what I thought was the “common good.” I worked for the New York State Urban Development Corporation, which built 35,000 well designed, affordable houses all across New York State between 1968 and 1974. That was a very idealistic time when we thought that a fresh, clean environment could help to solve the many pressing social (i.e. racial) problems of the day. I would travel to places which might not be safe, tempting fate in what I thought was a good cause. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1963 “I Have a Dream” speech was still ever-present in my thinking. ...
Saturday, July 25, 2020
Friday, July 24, 2020
Trump-supporting Austrian Red Bull boss fired top US pro-BLM executive team - Naturally the Daily Mail spins this as the CEO being against "inclusion" --tma
Red Bull has fired two top executives in the US who had lobbied for more diversity in the company and were blamed for the leak of a letter that criticized its 'public silence' on Black Lives Matter. ...
The Sun: 'SILENCE IS UNACCEPTABLE' Boston Red Sox unveil huge Black Lives Matter mural next to Fenway Park ahead of MLB Opening Day - Since blacks, Antifa, MSM, college administrators and police depts all chimpout at 'All Lives Matter' posters, obviously this means Only Black Lives Matter --tma
Every player and coach on the Yankees and Nationals takes a knee before the national anthem - These obviously anti-white displays will only intensify until we can nonviolently bring down our anti-white elites --tma
Norman Rockwell better-to-give.com
Thursday, July 23, 2020
Gregory Hood - It’s Official: All Trump Voters Are ‘Racist’ - To paraphrase Monty Python, Now everyone expects the Racism Inquisition --tma
"If you vote for Donald Trump, you are a racist. You have no wiggle room."
--Jemele Hill, Twitter
That tweet received almost 300,000 likes. And Jemele Hill is not marginal. She has a verified Twitter account with over 1.3 million followers. She writes for The Atlantic. Spotify hosts her podcast. She has squirmed about Nick Cannon’s anti-Semitic remarks, and her most recent column was an apologetic account of of black anti-Semitism and what to do about it. But a backlash from whites and Republicans about calling all Donald Trump voters racist? No chance.
Her accusation is no small thing. In America, there is almost nothing worse than being called “racist.” It’s worse than being called a criminal, a thief, or an adulterer. It’s even an implied threat. The mere accusation of racism can cost careers, friends, or family. Calling someone “racist” also puts a person in physical danger from left-wing extremists that law enforcement too often tolerates. America is tearing itself apart because people fear this word. ...
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
It’s Down To This—Self-Preservation For Trump And The Historic American Nation Probably Means Dumping Kushner - "Trump needs to give his supporters something to work for rather than something to rally against"
President Donald J. Trump is still trailing former vice president Joe Biden in the polls (with the curiously unreported exception of the gap-closing bounce-back detected last week by Rasmussen) but his administration has finally shown signs of life by cracking down on Leftist rioting in Portland, Oregon.
The furious reaction from local Democrat officials and their Journofa enablers shows that Trump is over the target. [Portland Mayor To Trump Administration: We Want You To Leave, by David Cohen, Politico, July 19, 2020] He may actually be on a path to victory if he backs up his Law And Order rhetoric with action—but that may require dumping First Son-In-Law Jared Kushner. ...
Is her racial diversity America’s greatest strength?
So we are told. Yet, even before America becomes a majority-minority nation, 25 years from now, recent changes in the composition of the country are going to impact both parties in 2020.
According to Brookings Institution demographer William Frey, between 2010 and 2020, while America’s population grew by 20 million, our white population fell for the first time since the 1790 census. ...
Tuesday, July 21, 2020
CEC - Review of General Robert Spalding's China's Stealth War Against: How China Took Over While America’s Elite Slept
This his is a review of Stealth War: How China Took Over While America’s Elite Slept. Its author is Retired U.S. Air Force Brigadier General Robert Spalding.
Brigadier General Spalding's intent in this 2019 publication is is to sound a "call to arms”.
The author's facts and details should make any freedom-loving, clear-thinking person living in a democracy, afraid and deeply concerned. We MUST disengage from China completely and never allow their 5G technology into Canada. We must limit the numbers of Chinese students or ban them completely until the Chinese Communist Party has been replaced with a democratic government.
Globalization (born out of western corporate greed) has been a 20+ year experiment that has gone terribly wrong. ...
Monday, July 20, 2020
Paul Pilgrim: Notes on Black (Mis)Behavior - One man's experience from kindergarten to the Navy and beyond
I was in kindergarten when I first encountered black people. My all-white class was on a field trip at an outdoor event and we were placed next to a group of them. I remember being quite taken aback at their boisterous and downright obnoxious behavior. They were running around laughing, yelling, and screaming while the teachers tried to coral them into some sort of orderly asemblance. I knew immediately that those children were different from myself and my classmates and I knew from that moment on that I did not want to be around them.
A few years had passed and I was in fifth grade at another all-white school when my class was introduced to a new student: a black boy named David. He was a nice enough kid but I quickly noticed how difficult it was for David to keep up with the rest of us when it came to our assignments. I felt bad for David, and wondered how he had ended up in my class when it was painfully obvious he just couldn’t hack it. ...