Tuesday, July 26, 2016


Twice, in 2008 and 2012, Americans had voted in half-Black Chicago agitator Barry Hussein Obarmy to solve their racial problems; but an ABC News poll found (17 vii) that almost two-thirds of those surveyed said race relations were now generally bad – a total reversal of the sentiment detected in the first weeks of Obama’s presidency. A majority said the problem was only getting worse.

Speaking in Dallas as Blacks killed cops on a daily basis – risking a police strike if not a civil war -- Obama candidly acknowledged the scale of the fears facing the US. “I’ve seen how inadequate words can be in bringing about lasting change,” Obama said, adjusting his grip on his lectern as he faltered slightly. “I’ve seen how inadequate my own words have been.”


Stereotypes of White US cops being trigger-happy with Blacks were confounded by new research (Washington Post, 19 vii):

The most sophisticated lab study of police shoot/don’t-shoot decisions to date, published this year in Criminology and Public Policy, undercuts the Black Lives Matter narrative about trigger-happy, racist cops. Washington State University researcher Lois James put 80 officers from the Spokane, Wash., police department in highly realistic video simulators of street scenarios.

Officers were confronted with potentially armed suspects identical in all aspects, including body language and weapon, except for their race. The test subjects were not told the purpose of the research, which was conducted between August 2012 and November 2013, before the issue of race in policing reached the fever pitch of prominence that it possesses today.

    The officers were three times less likely to shoot unarmed black suspects than unarmed white suspects and took significantly longer to decide to shoot armed black suspects than armed white suspects. James hypothesized that officers were second-guessing themselves when confronting black suspects, due to their awareness of the potential negative repercussions of shooting a black suspect.

James’s finding that participants, in her words, “displayed significant bias favoring Black suspects” in their shooting decisions replicated the results of two previous studies she has run on shoot/don’t-shoot decisions.

    James’s work anticipated a much-discussed working paper by Harvard economist Roland Fryer. Fryer found that police officers in Houston were nearly 24 percent less likely to shoot blacks than whites (p. 50); he concluded that there was no evidence of racial discrimination in shootings there. In a data set comprising officer shootings from Dallas, Austin, Houston, Los Angeles and six Florida counties, he found that officers were 47 percent less likely to discharge their weapon without first being attacked if the suspect was black than if the suspect was white (p. 25), and that black and white victims of police shootings were equally likely to have been armed.


France’s empty verbalizers, socialists Pres.Hollande and PM Valls, found themselves booed by crowds at memorials for the 84 mown down in Nice by a pathetic macho-aspirant bisexual Muesli whose much-beaten wife had left him and whose employer had sacked him after he fell asleep at the wheel of his lorry – so he welcomed ISICK funding for his drug habits and for his transmission of impressive sums to his divorced parents in Tunisia.

One policeman – from a wheelchair – refused to shake his President’s hand. For, indeed, France’s politicians had done nothing to prevent the Muesli invasion. Marine Le Pen, the leader of the far-right Front National who polls forecast would reach the second round of next year’s election, said: “Nothing that we have proposed has been put in place. Considering the new nature of terrorism which is now a terrorism of opportunity ... the urgency is to attack the ideology on which this terrorism is based. And in this space, nothing has been done, absolutely nothing – no reintroduction of double punishment, nor depriving people of nationality, nor the closure of salafist mosques ... nor the banning of certain organisations. In truth, we are not at war. For the moment, we are in a war of words.”


Moved by the efforts of The Donald and his delightful retinue to maintain three days of ‘Trump’-chanting razmataz at the US Republican Congress in Cleveland, Ohio (‘Lock Her Up!’ was a popular chant whenever the name of ‘Crooked Hillary’ was mentioned), Holland’s anti-Islamofascist leader Geert Wilders understandably pointed to the 2016 year of success for Western nationalist movements as suggestive of what he called a ‘Patriotic Spring’ (Wall Street Journal, 21 vii).

Happily, the Trumpers issued – to applause -- several express blasts against ‘political correctness’ even though they remained politely obedient to peecee restrictions on the actual use of terms like ‘race,’ ‘Black,’ ‘White,’ ‘Asian,’ ‘IQ,’ ‘psychoticism,’ ‘criminality’ and ‘hyperbreeding.’

In this they were in turn a little braver than Britain’s new officially LEAVE government which, within days of taking office, abandoned all ‘targets’ for reducing mass immigration and settled for patriotic expression in sending skinamalinks PM Mendacious May for dinners in Berlin and Paris to build her up and to discuss whether BREXIT was BREXIT—a question to which eurocrat French President Hollande had a quick philosophical answer though Empress Merkel was more polite....


After decades of bullying once secular-controlled Turkey towards Western ethnicity-scorning democracy, the West found itself lumbered in Tukey with the ever-more-irate and unpredictable elected dictator Receipt-cheat Erdogging who had managed – with only 250 deaths -- to lock up 60K of his ‘putsch’ opponents in a single day, demanded extradition of an 80-yr-old ‘putsch’ leader from his retirement home in Pennsylvania, aimed to reintroduce the death penalty (feared by Western peecee politicos, who were mainly race traitors), threatened to tear up his deal with Empress Merkel to halt Syrian migrant flow, and made up with the Ruskies and Basher Assad.

In the circumstances, extending Russian control of the murderous Muesli Middle East – its problems exacerbated by Western ignoracist refusal to admit or adapt realistically to the eternal civil war between Solunnis and Shitites – looked just about hopeful. Why, in return for a sliver of caliphate linking them to mediaeval Sunni Saudi, the Turks might even be persuaded to be reasonable about the national ambitions of the Kurds! And Kenyan Obarmy’s lack of grip on world problems could hardly have been better illustrated.


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Sunday, July 17, 2016


Whether UK politicians could get round the ‘xenophobic’ LEAVE referendum demand of voters was answered as  Andrea Leadsom (q.v.) gave up her ambition to lead the ‘Conservative’ party. Her offence had been to allude to her mother-of-three status as being a helpful qualification in one seeking to run the country – and to fail to mention the compensating advantages of childlessness which had made Queen Elizabeth I, Benjamin Disraeli and Ted Heath such effective leaders in their day.

At a stroke, her withdrawal over a little realism, spared cuckservatives the image of ‘the nasty party’ which the Camoronian Theresa May had led them to fear; and restored them in a flash to being ‘the dreary party’ – an image with which the dolts were happier (preferring a ‘safety first’ subscription to PeeCee – as many a mother-of-three might....).

Fortunately, Leadsom’s retreat – reaffirming her party as one of polite peecee globalisers who would do anything for a quiet profit-making life – meant that the hopeless factions of the British ‘left’ had the opportunity to speak truth to power about the realities of biological human differences in race, sex, age, polygamy, criminality, stupidity and sexual orientation and to demand not fine peecee sentiments but tangible improvements.

At least one of Labour’s warring ‘progressives’ would surely seize the chance of adding separatism to its socialism and thus offering – as was happening all over Europe and America – a national welfarism that would would ensure the targeting of state largesse towards those who mde serious contributions to national objectives (not least by paying substantial sums in taxation).


After decades of being over-represented among shooters of White cops, Black cops, Whites in general and each other, US Blacks decided to be largely reasonable about a Black who had been radicalized  following dishonourable army discharge for sexual molestation, so, after the Dallas horror, protests, riots and looting of White shops was sporadic and accompanied by only a few killings of Whites. But verbal bellicosity was deemed necessary to distract attention from the Black slayer of six who had himself planned to become a cop until his racism (ooops, anti-racism) took over – as star Jewish columnist Melanie Phillips recorded (Times, 12 vii):

"....Last week the African American Defense League posted a message encouraging violence against police. Marchers in New York city chanted “What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want it? Now!” Last August, Texas ‘Black Lives Matter’ protesters called for the “lynching” and “killing” of white people and white police officers. Until now, ‘Black Lives Matter’ has been treated with respect and hailed as a nascent civil rights movement.

    In fact, it suppresses rights and it is certainly anything but civil. On campus it silences free speech through pathologically sensitive “trigger alerts” that shut down debate and intimidate anyone deemed to be racially offensive.

    White liberals, who either agree that white society is profoundly racist or are terrified that they might be labelled racist if they object to this calumny, have never called out black power extremists for promoting prejudice. They call it instead anti-racism."


While the peoples of the UK found their EUSSR-rejecting (and thus nationalism-accepting) referendum result swiftly stolen from them by their ruling ‘Conservatives’ wangling one Moronic* (Theresa) May into the premiership so she could continue the peecee globalism that had suited PMs Blair, Brown and Cameron and all employers of slave labour, the USA was proving it was made of sterner stuff.

The flamboyant realist Donald Trump (q.v.) overtook ‘Crooked’ Hillary Clinton in the critical election battlegrounds of Florida and Pennsylvania after the former secretary of state came under withering criticism from the FBI (Times, 14 vii). In Florida, where the 2000 election was decided, in June Mrs Clinton had led her Republican rival for the White House by eight points; but by July she trailed him by 42 per cent to 39 per cent, according to a Quinnipiac University poll.

‘The Donald’ also led by 43 per cent to 41 per cent in Pennsylvania, where the Democratic nominee had won every election since 1988. The two candidates were tied in Ohio, another crucial swing state. (Since 1960 no presidential candidate had won the White House without winning at least two of Pennsylvania, Florida and Ohio.)

    French people, too, were reported as becoming enraged by Muesli atrocities, failure to integrate, continued invasion and tireless overbreeding at public expense. They rated their socialist President Hollande as the worst leader in the entire history of the Fifth Republic.

*And most likely Mendacious. A day after appointing her anti-Brexit Cabinet, MM flew to Edinburgh to assure First Clottish Minister Codface that MM would not ask Brussels for UK freedom until Scotland agreed – i.e. never, La Sturgeon could say.

The meeting of the two largely socialist wymmin went well, since Codface was relieved to gather she could avoid another referendum on Scottish independence which the SNP would have once more lost (thanks to ‘Scotland’s oil’ having become near-worthless and thus unable to make up for the London largesse which Scotland had enjoyed for a century).


In a world first, Poland’s Interior Minister [cf. Home Secretary] became the first elected Western leader to condemn Multiculti-PeeCee publicly (Daily Mail, 16 vii). Commenting on the carnage in Nice, where a Muesli petty criminal of Tunisian origin had hired a lorry to mow down Frenchies (the immediate death toll was 84) celebrating the storming of the Bastille which had led on the murderous ending of France’s monarchy, aristocrats, bishops and millions of devout priests and peasants but also to the ‘glorious’ Napoleonic France of survivors’ and descendants’ fond imaginations, Minister Mariusz Blaszczak blamed France and Brussels for “decades of multiculturalism and political correctness” and called for tough action on jihad – especially singling out France’s tolerance of no-go areas for police in the country’s many human dustbins ooops ghettoes.

{Actually, ghettoes had worked passably well in Britain, touch wood. Pakis are left to fuel the drug needs of UK weenies in return for sexual favours – though not perhaps to murder them. But Britain’s Mueslis were Oriental and recalled Britain saving them from Hindus, whereas those in France were Black and recalled France’s endless, brutal and thankless war to retain control of North Africa.}


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Monday, July 11, 2016


 In the latest move to deny citizenship to those who balk at Swiss culture, authorities rejected the naturalization application of two Muslim girls who refused to take school swimming lessons because boys were present (USA Today, 28 vi).

The girls, ages 12 and 14, who live in the northern city of Basel, had applied for Swiss citizenship several months ago, but their request was denied, Swiss media reported. The case showed how those who don’t follow Swiss rules and customs won’t become citizens, even if they have lived in the country for a long time, are fluent in one of the national languages – German, French or Italian – and are gainfully employed.

    Germany showed every sign of following suit, with well-advanced plans for obliging benefit claimants to pass a test of everyday fluency in German; and immigrants were told they must stay at government-agreed addresses  for their first three years – so as to hinder formation of ghettoes.


As Glasgow-Oxford-Harvard historian Niall Ferguson continued with his support for UK’s REMAIN and related great-and-good causes of indiscriminate multiculti race-mixing (Sunday Times, 3 vii), he drew a critical reply from correspondent William Clark:

"The ironic comment at the end of your book "War of the World" was that peace in Europe was achieved through the ethnic cleansing during the War of the World, and then remarked how immigration in recent years effectively saw the immigration of culturally different peoples by their millions. The implication is that war becomes more likely once again.

    As an immigrant, I did not agree with the focus on the immigration issues by the LEAVE campaign but it is a relative issue. I ask all immigrants I meet what they like about Britain, given it cannot be the food or our weather. The answer is that it is a nice country. Even young people from France, Italy and Germany say they like the sense of freedom here. At what point, under pre-Brexit arrangements, does everyone say: Enough! We could, just, fit the entire population of the world on this Island, but I think most people would say: Too many! What about the entire population of the European Union. After all, they do not have Habeas Corpus. What about 200 million residents here? One hundred million? So it is a relative issue but an entirely valid one, and the concerns of the public have been largely ignored by the intellectuals who supposedly speak for us. There are many areas of the country where the people feel there are already too many immigrants. Such people voted as is their right"

Clark was surely right: mass ethnic separations that made for peace after 1945 included the expulsion of Germans from Eastern Europe by the Red Army, Japanese withdrawal from China, the separation of Muslim Pakistan from mainly-Hindu India, the creation of a homeland in Israel where Jews could take refuge and the partition of Cyprus between Greek and Turkish communities; by contrast, the continued mixing of religions in Northern Ireland, Burma, Iraq, and India itself were ongoing disasters – as were the overoptimistic fantasies of Black-White co-operation in America and South Africa. Only the firmest dictatorial rule enabled communities who hated each other to live together – as in Madman Insane’s Iraq and Basher Assad’s Syria – though less pronounced conflicts could be handled by firm religion or ideology as under Catholicism in South Ameria and under communism in Russia, Yugoslavia and China.


 Amidst the encircling gloom at the Grauniad about the massive display in England of affection for the Queen on her 90th birthday, about English rugby victory in Australia, about the ‘liberal’-left failing to command votes whether wearing Liberal or Labour hats, and about the £10M taxpayers’ gift to ignoramic Iraq gurubureaucrat and multicultidupe Chilcot leaving Rev Blair a free man to enjoy his multi-million-pound diplomatic spoils, the intellectually and actually bankrupt newspaper let its star ‘maverick’ columnist deliver a little better cheer (7 vii, Simon Jenkins):

"Brexit is starting to deliver. British politics was constipated and has now overdosed on laxative. It is experiencing a great evacuation. It has got rid of a prime minister and is about to get rid of a leader of the opposition. It will soon be rid of a chancellor of the exchequer and a lord chancellor. It is also rid of two, if not four, Tory heirs apparent. Across the spectrum the left is on the brink of upheaval and perhaps historic realignment, if only the Liberal Democrats have the guts to engineer it. The Greens and Ukip have both lost their leaders. An entire political class is on the way out. As Oscar Wilde said of the death of Little Nell, it would take a heart of stone not to laugh"

Yes, despite the West’s globalizing capitalists and slave traders having embraced PeeCee and censorship to help their cause, the people of Scotland and non-metropolitan England had shown it was nationalists and kindred LEAVErs who had the votes –to the horror of chatterati.

More seriously, the Guardian also let Welsh Labour MP and Privy Councillor Ann Clwyd remind anti-war hysterics of what Madman Insane’s Iraq had been like until the US and UK mounted their second improving military intervention:

"I first became aware of human rights atrocities in Iraq in the 70s, before I became a politician. I met Iraqi students in Cardiff, some of whom had been imprisoned in Basra, and what they told me was so terrible I could hardly believe them. I came to learn, however, that it was only the tip of the iceberg.

    In 1991 I stood up in parliament and described what I had seen on the mountains of Iran and Iraq, when the Kurds fled from Saddam’s helicopter gunships. The scenes were appalling and typical of the attacks made by the Iraqi regime on Iraqis.

    Saddam killed hundreds of thousands of his own people. He was “the biggest weapon of mass destruction”, an Iraqi man once told me. “Why did it take so long for him to be removed?”

    Many Kurds were killed during the genocidal Anfal campaign, including as a result of the barbarous use of chemical weapons in Halabja. I met a number of the horribly burnt victims in a London hospital afterwards. Many, many others were killed brutally in cold blood in a maze of prisons and torture chambers all over the country. Repression, abuse, ethnic cleansing and extrajudicial killings continued right up to 2003.

    Saddam was without doubt a serious threat to domestic, regional and global stability. I had hoped the international community could remove or neutralise him without war. But sanctions, international indictments, UN security council resolutions: all had been tried; all had failed"


Israel announced it would help Kenya to build a 440-mile wall along its border with Somalia as part of a range of sweeteners from Binyamin Netanyahu to win African support against mad Mueslis at the United Nations. Kenya hoped that the wall, which drew comparisons with the controversial West Bank “separation barrier”, would stem the flow of terrorists from Somalia after attacks including the 2013 Westgate shopping centre siege in Nairobi in which at least 67 people died. The centre and some of its restaurants were Israeli-owned.

{No criticism of this Trumpian ‘xenophobic’ scheme was expected from the peecee goons of the West since it was wanted by Blacks.}


As Eurofanatics tried to recover from their defeat at the hands of the British electorate – suddenly revealed at the ballot box as being opposed to low-IQ-immigration after years of PeeCee in which such views were deemed unworthy of expression – the vengeful Times struck an especially low note by asking three-sprogged LEAVE candidate for the ‘Conservative’ leadership Andrea Leadsom what she thought of becoming a top political “mum.”

Obligingly, Andrea replied that motherhood might possibly give a candidate a certain edge over a childless rival {like Theresa May – and found herself promptly dumped on by the Times and the BBC. Of course, LEAVEr Leadsom had in no way complained of the ‘edge’ – in time and money -- that might accrue to childfree achievers such as:

Louisa May Alcott, Author of Little Women
Jane Austen, Author of Sense and Sensibility
Francis Bacon, Politician, Philosopher, Scientist
Tallulah Bankhead, Actress
Samuel Beckett, Author, Playwright, Poet
Ludwig Van Beethoven, Composer
William Blake, Artist, Poet
James Buchanan, 15th U.S. President
Pat Buchanan, Columnist, Politician/ U.S. Presidential Candidate
Sandra Bullock, Actress
Raymond Burr, Actor
Maria Callas, Opera Singer
Barbara Castle, British Politician
Kim Catrall, Actress
Helen Clark, New Zealand Prime Minister
George Clooney, Actor, Star of ‘Ocean's Eleven’

Etc. – see http://nkohk.forumotion.net/t16-the-long-list-of-childfree-and-childless-in-history

allowing them to think, read, write and entertain in career-advancing ways. No wonder AL was outraged at her treatment by what she called the centre-left “gutter press.”


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Monday, July 04, 2016


The case for acknowledging race differences – rather than denying them as simplistic, slight or arbitrary – was neatly summarized by three academics (led by Bo Winegard from Florida State University – home to the leading race realist, the late Glayde Whitney) in Quillette, 23 vi.

Authors’ Conclusion:

Most people believe that there are human races. They believe this not because they have a sophisticated understanding of genetic variation or human evolution, but because they see and categorize perspicuous phenotypic (and possibly behavioral) differences. Although many intellectuals have contended that these differences are largely superficial and distort underlying genetic realities, most research suggests that there are meaningful genetic differences among racial groups and that these differences are largely consistent with common racial classifications. Race is as real and useful as other constructs in the social sciences such as neuroticism, self-esteem, and intelligence. Therefore, with appropriate care and caution, scientists can and should study racial variation. This argument may appear alarming to people concerned about racial justice. But it doesn’t need to be. Tolerance and cosmopolitanism don’t require the leveling of diversity; they require the celebration of it. Race exists, but racism does not have to.

To which a correspondent usefully added:

A nice demolishing of the "race is a social construct" idea, but the notion that "racism" is abhorrent is a bit problematic. What is typically condemned these days as racism, is merely the preference by Whites (only) for their own race. This preference is entirely natural and no one bats an eyelash if other races loudly announce this preference for those closest to themselves. Racism doesn't necessarily mean that one is a supremacist.


Independent, 29 vi:

Japan’s Supreme Court has upheld the government’s blanket surveillance of the country’s Muslim community. The court struck down the second appeal by Japanese Muslim plaintiffs against what they perceive as an unconstitutional invasion of their privacy and freedom of religion.

A 2010 leak of 114 police files revealed nationwide surveillance of Japanese Muslims. The files revealed that Muslim places of worship, halal restaurants and Islam-related organisations across the capital, Tokyo, were being monitored.

To which an American correspondent added:

"A group of 17 Japanese Muslims, mostly from Middle Eastern and North African countries, decided to sue the Japanese government for infringing on their constitutional rights."

Here they go again with the notion that any random person can become a national of any country merely by living there. Not one Japanese citizen would consider an immigrant from the Middle East or North Africa a "Japanese Muslim."

Good for the Japanese government for looking out for its own people! Putting the West to shame again! If you want to make yourself extra Red-Pilled, travel from JFK to Tokyo Narita and back. In Narita airport there are no bums lying around, no unhelpful foreign security personnel (all native Japanese guys in uniforms with white gloves), and the bathrooms and other facilities are spotless.

Go back to JFK and it looks like it hasn't been serviced since 1970. There are derelict buildings outside of the main terminals and you might encounter a bum here and there. While at JFK, I asked a question of a black security guard, but he could not understand me as he was from somewhere in Africa!


BBC, 1 vii:

Austria’s highest court has annulled the result of the presidential election narrowly lost by the candidate of the far-right Freedom Party. The party had challenged the result, saying that postal votes had been illegally and improperly handled.
The Freedom Party candidate, Norbert Hofer, lost the election to the former leader of the Greens, Alexander Van der Bellen, by just 30,863 votes or less than one percentage point. The election will now be re-run.

Announcing the decision, Gerhard Holzinger, head of the Constitutional Court, said: “The challenge brought by Freedom Party leader Heinz-Christian Strache against the 22 May election . . . has been upheld.”

He added: “The decision I am announcing today has no winner and no loser, it has only one aim: to strengthen trust in the rule of law and democracy.”

Mr Hofer said on Friday he was pleased that the court had taken “a difficult decision”, adding: “I have great trust in the rule of law.”

Mr Van der Bellen said he was “very confident” he would emerge the winner. “Austria needs to be well represented in Europe and the world. If we can do it once, we can do it again,” he told reporters....

{The new election would be held in the autumn.}


 In a week of upheaval in Britain’s strange political system, the constitutional novelty of a referendum on ‘Europe’ (which had astonished pundits and pollsters by demanding LEAVE) saw the end of PM Daft Dave who had embraced mass immigration of illiterate Pakistanis, Somalians A/As and gypsies. True, it also ended the careers of the Tories’ top two intellectuals, blond ‘BoJo’ and bespectacled ‘Govey’, LEAVErs whose in-fighting left the party and PM-ship within the grasp of the Camoronian cleavage-flasher Nanny May; but LEAVErs Jacob Rees-Mogg (Eton and Trinity [Oxford]) and well-preserved mother-of-three bankerette Andrea Leadsom (U.Warwick) still had a chance, and nationalists were encouraged by several EUSSR member countries beginning to demand their own LEAVE referenda.

Amidst all the sudden British confusion (including Labour MPs voting 172-40 against their own REMAINER-feigning leader), dignities were preserved as France and the UK delivered a fine and moving commemoration of the 1M+ killed by their previous politicians in the 1916 Battle of the Somme – a co-operative exercise at the grand Thiepval Memorial made easier by France, too, wanting Yukay to leave Germany’s Fourth Reich as soon as possible (so as to resume its favoured Napoleonic posture, funded by German lolly).

{That the UK’s ‘Brexit’ LEAVE vote reflected, as much as it spearheaded wider European disaffection with the EUSSR “pseudo-state” and its failure to defend European culture (especially against mass immigration) was excellently articulated in a ten-minute radio talk by political philosopher John Gray (a Thatcher and Nato loyalist, author of False Dawn: The Delusions of Global Capitalism (1998 / 2009), lead book reviewer for New Statesman) (BBC R4, 3 vii, 08:50, ‘A Point of View’).

Like this blog, and probably like America’s Donald Trump, the fast-moving Gray now thought the traditional left-right contrast to lack much relevance to 21st-century issues, which would pit something like ‘national welfarism’ against ‘multicultural globalism’ -- cowardly ‘conservatives’ being doomed to defend the peecee infant which lib-leftists had foisted upon them while nationalists took over the serious business of competition.}


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