- What to do with fragments?
- Is mental illness a “social construct?”
- Even OMSI is Afrocentric now
- Update on Michael Strickland
- MSN lying by omission?
- My apologies for not posting
- Confusion in the West Bank
- For Aryeh
- Anti-body-shaming or Sharia?
- Hug a white man t-shirt
- A review of Hive Mind – by Garett Jones
- Muhammad Ali
- Those evil (white) gun-owners
- MSN calls Islam “a cult”
- An overview of the 2016 Amren conference
Category Archives: crime and violence
US News has a nice collection of anti/pro gun rights political cartoons. It’s entertaining, if nothing else. Oh, did I say “nothing else?” Actually, there is somethings else: The anti-gun comics show a clear bias against white men. If you go … Continue reading
Maybe I’m old-fashioned, but it seems to me that the sole legitimate reason for the existence of a government is to protect the people. But these days it seems that the rule, among Western governments, is to hate the very … Continue reading
As you would expect, as Diversity increases, so too does crime. This holds true in public transit as much as anywhere else. A recent Trimet report tells us that, overall, public transit crime has gone down: TriMet and Transit Police … Continue reading
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
It would be funny, if it weren’t so tragic, to witness the extremes that mediagov will go to in order to express its hatred toward whites. In a sane world, if it came to light that crimes by whites have … Continue reading
Once again we see the corporate-controlled media pretending to be knights in shining armor, coming to the aid of crime victims. It was this self-same media that was responsible (in large part) for the Charlotte church shooting. It was their … Continue reading
There are lots of ways to advocate for white people. You can educate friends and family, hand out flyers, post comments online, attend conferences, choose who we do business with and give our wireless networks provocative names. But shooting up … Continue reading