Category Archives: Africa and blacks

Do white students have rights?

In theory, we all have rights in this so-called “Land of the Free.” But it’s common knowledge that some of us have more rights than others. The wealthy have more rights than the poor. The strong have more rights than … Continue reading

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The tyranny of images

Not long ago, I posted a photo of a poster I found at Winco. Some people commented that I read too much into that image. That it’s nothing more than a token black thrown in for good measure. But there … Continue reading

Posted in Africa and blacks, examples of propaganda, human sexuality and morality, miscegenation | 10 Comments

Time to stop using Google

I know a lot of y’all ceased using Google a long time ago, due to its hateful policies toward whites. It would be nice if we could boycott every corporation that behaves in this manner, but since practically all of … Continue reading

Posted in activism, Africa and blacks, examples of propaganda, government/corporate discrimination against whites, shenanigans of the Left and of non-white activists | 17 Comments

Blacks in positions of power = trouble

A few years ago, I wrote about Ellis McCoy, a Portland official who continued his corrupt practices for several years before he was finally dismissed. The reason it took so long is that McCoy is black. The delay in firing … Continue reading

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Scientific American/Army propaganda

I found this on the back of a recent Scientific American magazine: If you don’t think this is propaganda, then accept my challenge: Provide us with a similar (recent) photo, from a large establishment organization, depicting an anonymous white man … Continue reading

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Doctors who look like themselves

When black patients prefer black doctors, the New York Times is sympathetic to them. In the article “A Case for Black Doctors,” Damon Tweedy writes: As a general rule, black patients are more likely to feel comfortable with black doctors. … Continue reading

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A black race-realist finds his way

Robert Lindsay¬†thought there might be some mutual benefit to be had if I corresponded with a certain acquaintance of his. He’s a race-realist who happens to be black. I’ve always said that the Truth is in the public domain. No … Continue reading

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