One of my neighbors has taken it upon himself to plaster public utility poles, and postal boxes, with BLM signs. I’ve taken it upon myself to remove such unsightly graffiti. In fact, I’ve been removing those, as opportunity arises, for some time. How many have you removed? Fill out the poll below:

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It’s okay to be primitive

Near the top of the things that make me angry with the mindless BLM drones that inhabit Portland is that I’ve begun to think of myself as some sort of criminal for embellishing their graffiti.

On numerous occasions, I’ve added pro-white messages to some of the BLM murals, or with chalk on surfaces. Nothing I do is illegal, and since the are is inundated with pro-BLM messages, one would think they’d appreciate some diversity of opinion.

But no. While BLM are free to paint their murals in broad daylight, in full view of everyone, without a fear in the world, any contrary messages must be done by stealth. I was recently spotted, and somebody threw something at me, amid curses. I wasn’t hurt, and I’ll be more careful in the future.  In a way, it wouldn’t be so bad to get injured in such a way; it’s an honor to be injured while defending legitimate convictions. It’s a political Purple Heart.

I resent having to go about this as if I’m engaged in some sort of nefarious illegal enterprise…

… like stamping “It’s OK to be White” on surfaces as opportunity arises. This is why I’ve created my own hand-made rubber stamp:

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It’s very crude, and this is what it looks like on paper:

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So primitive! As it should be. Yes, the text says “It’s OK to be White,” but it also says something else. It says: This is not backed by any corporation, it doesn’t have government support or subsidies, nor is it supported by any NGOs or billionaires. It’s primal and primitive. It comes from the heart, rather than deep pockets. It speaks to the struggle of the underdog, whose only funding comes from his last paycheck. It symbolizes the persecuted minority’s battle against an opponent whose resources are unlimited. David versus Goliath. It’s indicative of a grassroots uprising against the evil elites, and their mega-corporations, who have infected the ignorant masses with their poison.

It’s also indicative of the fact that I didn’t know what I was doing; the next one will look better.

The advantage of a stamp is that it’s quick, hence reducing the danger of getting caught.

Until such time when my local government violates its social contract, by brazenly supporting BLM, while disallowing any contrary opinions, I’ll be obeying the law; I don’t want to be the first to tag the otherwise pristine neighborhoods around me. If there’s a paper on a tree, post or fence that’s already there, then a little extra ink won’t hurt. In other areas, there are more opportunities.

If we all do our part, through small actions, then hopefully some day, there will be light at the end of the tunnel.

 

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An excellent video from Heather Mac Donald

I’ve been working on a project, which I’ll write about soon enough. Until then, please watch this excellent analysis of BLM lies by Heather Mac Donald. Hat tip to Pax Romana58 on Amren. If it’s not too much trouble, also upvote it on YouTube, and share it as much as you can:

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There needs to be a statute of limitations for mustaches

Years ago, I decided to shave off my beard. Being a fun-loving trouble-maker, I decided to leave only the central part of my mustache intact. I wanted to see my son’s reaction when I waltzed out of my room sporting a Toothbrush mustache, AKA a “Hitler mustache.”

Didn’t somebody famous once say, “My body, my choice?” My son wasn’t amused.

But why not? I don’t think it makes sense to stigmatize the Toothbrush mustache for eternity, just because Hitler sported the same style so many decades ago.

America’s ambassador to Korea, a half-Japanese fellow named Harry B. Harris, suffered long-term criticism for his mustache, which reminded Koreans of a style popular among many occupational Japanese troops through WWII. From Microsoft News:

An American Mustache That Irritated South Koreans Is No More

The mustache, a thick salt-and-pepper number neatly shaped into a chevron, had survived questions, protests and even Photoshopped ridicule. But it has met its match: the long, sticky days of a Korean pandemic summer.

Harry B. Harris Jr., Harry B. Harris Jr. are posing for a picture: The U.S. ambassador to South Korea, Harry B. Harris Jr., in January and on Monday.© US Embassy Seoul, via Agence France-Presse — Getty Images The U.S. ambassador to South Korea, Harry B. Harris Jr., in January and on Monday.

At least that was the account given last week by the American ambassador to South Korea, Harry B. Harris Jr., as he walked into a Seoul barbershop. He sat down for a clean shave of a bit of facial hair he had held fast to for two years, even as it threatened to escalate diplomatic tensions.

Some in South Korea had viewed the mustache worn by Mr. Harris, a Japanese-American, as a distasteful reminder of those worn by the colonial Japanese governors who ruled Korea from 1910 to 1945, a period that holds traumatic memories on the peninsula.

It wasn’t long ago that I worked for a Japanese company, and when a certain young Japanese engineer showed up, fresh from Japan, sporting a similar mustache (it was a little thinner), I was awe-inspired.

I’m as straight as they come, but I did have a fascination with his mustache; I thought it was awesome – and it might be because it had historic significance. Perhaps that engineer is actually a Japanese nationalist. If I were Korean, perhaps I would have viewed it differently.

But even murderers have fixed sentences. Nobody is sentenced to be locked up for eternity.

I think a hundred years is reasonable, so let us declare, by international treaty, that all mustaches that were stigmatized by WWII be forgiven as of September 2045.

 

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Occupy Wall Street version 2

Directly across from the Multnomah County Courthouse is a park called Chapman Square. This is where the low-lives, riffraff and miscreants hang out during the day.

It looks like Occupy Wall Street version 2. I took a walk-through video:

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Are cuffs the new NAM?

A while back I cited an example of how the Corporate Media will avoid showing photos of non-Asian minority (NAM) suspects. Not that they will NEVER show such images, rather they find creative ways to minimize doing so. Theirs is a multifaceted approach.

In that case, the suspect was a black man, and his actual image was easy to find elsewhere; only the national “news” avoided showing his mug.

But, as can be expected, the powers that be are now ramping up their propaganda campaign. In a more recent case, even the local news station used a similar graphic when reporting on an attempted robbery by a Hispanic man. From ABC7 News Amarillo, Texas:

A man was arrested after he vandalized a vehicle and demanded money Saturday evening.

According to the Amarillo Police Department, officers were called to a disturbance in the Walmart parking lot at 3700 East I-40 shortly after 8:00 p.m.

A man had approached a person in a car, demanded money, and punched out a window of the car after being refused.

The victim chased the suspect through the parking lot. Upon arrival, the first officer attempted to arrest the man while he was still being chased by the victim.

The suspect jumped into the bed of a moving truck to escape from the officer. After a second attempt to arrest the suspect, the man jumped off of the truck and ran.

A bystander witnessed the incident and tackled the suspect…

Guillermo Torres, 32, was arrested…

One must read almost until the end of the article to find his name – and according to a 2013 Slate article, the vast majority of readers never make it even close to the end of the article. In other words, it’s not by accident that Torres’ name appears only about 70% through the article; most readers don’t make it that far.

This is how Torres appears in the ABC article:

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He looks a lot like Dante Edden, the suspect in my earlier post. I wonder if they’re related…

Is this part of a new trend? I don’t know, but if it is, I’d like to suggest a new euphemism for non-Asian minority criminals: Cuffs.

Edit (07/28/2020): Thanks to commenter Fromage, who brought another recent example to my attention. From New York Daily News:

An Atlanta woman has been charged with murdering her 3-month-old daughter in a car crash Monday.

 

Police said Titayanna Phillips, 21, intentionally drove her vehicle into a car carrying her daughter Khy’undra Henderson, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

Here is how Phillips’ image was presented in that story:

another cuff

This is what she actually looks like:

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Our enemies in the media are cunning. After they realize that we’re on to this trick, they give white suspects this treatment now and then as well – but not to the same degree as NAM suspects. How unfortunate that providers of “news” are more worried about deceiving us than simply telling the truth.

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BLM monument erected in Portland

I like to check up on things in Portland frequently, and this is what I found today:

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I have been unable to find anything about this new monument/memorial online. Some time next week, I’ll contact city offices to clarify who funded this – though it seems obvious that it was a government agency, and the design implies that it’s meant to be permanent.

Funny how Diversity is such a priority, except when black people are featured. Then, all of a sudden, no Diversity is required. If they’re going to use taxpayer money to erect such monuments, then they should be inclusive.

Update: I was able to get through to the Portland Park Department, and they knew nothing of the monument. I was told that the city had nothing to do with it.

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Mob attack: Not news. Mean words: News

Arizonan linked to a local news story in a comment on Amren. It includes a video, where we see many young blacks viciously attacking a white man and his daughter, sending the man to the hospital:

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, Manhatan — A group beat a man and his daughter in a Washington Heights deli, knocking the dad out, police said Thursday.

The 22-year-old daughter was punched, kicked and struck in the head with beer bottles inside the Amsterdam Avenue store on July 7 around 11:15 p.m., officials said. Video shows an attacker open a fridge and grab a beer bottle during the assault.

Attackers knocked the 41-year-old dad to the ground where he was kicked repeatedly.

The group took a 39-year-old woman’s cell phone when she tried to call police.

Emergency medical services rushed the dad to the hospital for treatment.

We don’t know what provoked the attack, except that there was some kind of dispute. We do know is that a group of blacks physically attacked two whites in a supermarket, and that this happened in Manhattan (or “Manhatan”). This story didn’t seem to make it to the national headlines, appearing only in local news. ABC7 New York did report it, but neglected to mention the fact that the perpetrators are black, while their victims are white.

Microsoft News, which does report national stories it deems “important,” made no mention of this attack – but it did feature a story (taken from Business Insider) about “a white woman blocking a Black delivery driver from entering a building to drop off food.

  • trending video shows a white woman trying to send away a Black man from dropping off a food delivery order.
  • The woman, who says in the video that she lives in the apartment, told Jordan Gipson that “I don’t want you here” and blocked him from entering the door.
  • Gipson told CBS affiliate KCAL that he filmed and shared the video because he “didn’t want to get arrested,” adding that she “was a white woman, and just how things are going now, I didn’t know how it would transpire.”
  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

video on Instagram shows a white woman trying to block a Black man from dropping off a food order in a Los Angeles apartment, refusing to believe him when he said he was making a delivery for Postmates.

Based on the story, there is no evidence that racism was a factor in this incident – but the term “white woman” appears five times in the article.

We can conclude that if a white person utters mean words to a black person, it’s “national news,” but if a mob of black people physically attacks white people, it’s “local news” at best.

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Knowledge can disqualify you from jury duty

The recent sexual assault trial, and conviction, of a naval academy midshipman was reported in numerous news outlets. As far as I can tell, none of them include a photo of the (now convicted) perpetrator,  Nixon Keago.

The New York Daily News is typical of these articles, reporting:

Naval Academy midshipman found guilty of sexually assaulting female classmates

A Naval Academy midshipman accused of breaking into female classmates’ bedrooms, assaulting them while they were asleep and then convincing them to lying about it was found guilty on almost all counts Wednesday.

Midshipman Third Class Nixon Keago was found guilty Wednesday of two counts of sexual assault, attempted sexual assault, burglary and obstruction of justice stemming from three attacks in 2018 and 2019, the Capital Gazette reported.

“He took advantage of vulnerabilities when he took control over them while they were asleep,” Lt. Cmdr. Paul LaPlante said during closing arguments.

 

Keago, 24, accosted the first female midshipman, who was drunk and asleep in her bed, in February 2018, then another in October 2018. In May 2019, he tried with a third.

The Capital Gazette also leaves out any photo, or description, of the perpetrator.

We get more information from Military.com:

The other social movement hovering over the trial is Black Lives Matter.

The movement was established in 2013 after George Zimmerman was acquitted in the death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin. It recently captured renewed national attention after police officers killed George Floyd, prompting weeks of protests against police brutality.

Keago is Black.

During a pretrial hearing last week, both the government and defense attorneys asked for questions of race and bias on the supplemental questionnaire.

The defense, Lt. Dan Phipps and Lt. Cmdr. Andrea Kissner, had concerns about questions on the Black Lives Matter movement on the questionnaire, including if a person would be concerned if a guilty conviction in this case would be detrimental to Black Lives Matter.

Phipps and Kissner also wanted open-ended questions about racial bias. Judge Capt. Aaron Rugh said a question on the questionnaire asking is if the potential member believed Black men committed sexual assault more than white men would be sufficient.

In the end, it doesn’t look like race came up in the trial, but the fact that jurors could be potentially excluded for answering “yes” to the question “Do black men commit sexual assault more than white men?” is disturbing.

What would be the reaction if an attorney suggested that jurors should be excluded if they believed that “Men commit sexual assault more than women?” That attorney would be laughed out of court.

Based on 2016 FBI statistics, blacks represent 29.1% of rape arrests, compared to 67.6% for whites and Hispanics combined. At 13% of the population, this means that blacks are over twice as likely to be arrested for rape as one would expect from their numbers.

Now that you know this, you might be disqualified from jury duty. Congratulations!

 

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Portland Mayor booed and hit with tear gas

I’m hesitant to link to Yahoo News, because they just disabled comments on their articles, in order to improve their community experience. That’s code for, “in order to remove a venue for pro-white opinion.” I’ve got a feeling that, even among the wider public, many people visit Yahoo articles more for the comments than for the articles themselves. Hopefully, their traffic will drop dramatically.

I was immensely tickled upon reading that:

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler joined the protests in Oregon’s largest city as demonstrators continued to clash with Department of Homeland Security forces deployed by the Trump administration near the federal courthouse.

It didn’t go well for Wheeler, who was hit by tear gas from the officers and jeered by the protesters. Demonstrators frustrated with his handling of the city’s police department and his belated show of support for the protests chanted “F*** Ted Wheeler” and called on him to resign. The protests have been occurring since late May following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis…

As Wheeler was being booed, he was also hit by tear gas.

“I’m not going to lie — it stings; it’s hard to breathe,” Wheeler, a Democrat, told the New York Times. “And I can tell you with 100 percent honesty, I saw nothing which provoked this response.

It’s a pity that a canister didn’t strike his skull and brain him.

The article goes on to claim that:

The crowd’s hostility toward Wheeler comes after the Portland Police Bureau has been criticized for its handling of far-right protests in recent years, as critics say the force generally sides with white supremacist demonstrators over local counterprotesters.

“You have far-right groups coming in from out of town and staging these riots, and the police were, objectively, acting more aggressively toward the community members coming out in protest of these far-right groups than the far-right groups themselves,” Michael German, a former FBI special agent and senior fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice, told the Washington Post.

This is, of course, a bald-faced lie. I participated in some of those “white supremacist demonstrations.” They were not “white-supremacist” by any stretch of the imagination, but they were conservative – and those conservatives treated the police with the utmost respect and deference. In contrast, local Antifa counter-protesters hurls things at the police, and screamed at them.

This is why comments are generally unwelcome on leftist media sites; they don’t want their lies to be exposed.

As for the federal agent who tear gassed Mayor Wheeler, if you’re reading this, let me know; I want to buy you lunch.

 

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