Monthly Archives: November 2011

Are white girls more likely to cut themselves?

In Psychology Today, Dr. Leonard Sax complains that people avoid talking about gender differences in people who cut themselves.  He writes: I’m bothered that so few people want to address the gender differences in NSSI* – which I think are … Continue reading

Posted in racial differences and how they manifest themselves/race science | 10 Comments

Witty sayings of the Finnish right

Thanks to eugenicist for sending me this link.  I hope y’all enjoy them as much as I did: Israel and Hamas recently came to an agreement about exchange of prisoners. From military history, we can tell that this exchange rate … Continue reading

Posted in book/movie/video reviews and links | 4 Comments

HBD group nucleus formed in Portland area

Beginnings are usually small, especially when it comes to high-culture issues that reside at the right of the bell-curve – such as HBD.  Today, three of us HBDers got together and had an informal meeting.  It was very interesting and … Continue reading

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Oxytocin levels, trust and race

Hbdchick has posted some tables comparing trust levels between people in various nations.  Of course there are many variables that influence how much people trust each other.  It is worthy noting that, as hbdchick has pointed out: the most trusting … Continue reading

Posted in racial differences and how they manifest themselves/race science | 16 Comments

Ghosts of WWII

When I was barely a teenager, I bought a WWII German helmet at a flea market.  I paid $10 for it and it was in very good condition.  It still had the leather liner and the soldier’s name inscribed on … Continue reading

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America: Protector of small, vulnerable nations

Victor Hanson wrote a thought-provoking, if not very original, column praising the United States for its role in protecting “at risk nations”.  He writes: So why does the United States take risks in guaranteeing the security of countries such as … Continue reading

Posted in immigration/ Hispanics, pan-nationalism and multi-culturalism | 6 Comments

The presumptuous morality police

A recent editorial by David Brooks, in the New York Times, reveals how arrogant the self-appointed leftist elite morality police can be.  Brooks writes: Ancestor inequality is not socially acceptable. It is not permissible to go around bragging that your … Continue reading

Posted in examples of propaganda, pan-nationalism and multi-culturalism | 2 Comments

Drunk on diversity

It is difficult to count the many ways that “diversity” harms our society.  One does not need to use convoluted reasoning, or far-fetched theories, to support the case against “diversity”.  All one needs is common sense.  The Oregonian recently provided … Continue reading

Posted in immigration/ Hispanics, pan-nationalism and multi-culturalism | 7 Comments

A new way to show your appreciation for good posts

Thanks to eugenicist for introducing me to a new, user-friendly, way to show your support to authors of posts that you enjoy.  It’s called tip the web, and it allows you to contribute as little as five cents to the … Continue reading

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Milwaukee’s black infant mortality problem

The City of Milwaukee is concerned about babies dying: The Journal Sentinel said Milwaukee had an “infant mortality crisis.” Milwaukee’s infant mortality rate in 2009 was 10.4 deaths for every 1,000 live births, according to the city’s health department. As noteworthy as this overall rate … Continue reading

Posted in racial differences and how they manifest themselves/race science, shenanigans of the Left and of non-white activists | 16 Comments