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No, John, Let’s Talk About Race

Here’s a dictum I have read now and again on the internet: “an organization that isn’t explicitly anti-Left will eventually be swallowed up by the Left.” Here’s another I am making up on the fly (although I am sure others have said it many times before): “an organization that isn’t explicitly anti-nonwhite will eventually be swallowed up by nonwhites.” Nowhere does this seem more pertinent than in John McWhorter’s recent piece at National Review entitled “Stop Obsessing Over Race and IQ.”

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The Brawl in the Hall

Late last month, something entirely expected happened: Hispanic Democrats, on the floor of the Texas House of Representatives, revealed their contempt for the law and for the country in which they live through acts of bullying and violence. They also tried to shout down the one person willing to enforce the law, Republican Representative Matthew Rinaldi. Really, who here thought this could have happened any other way?

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Chose-merta: A Review of Hervé Ryssen’s The Jewish Mafia

Hervé Ryssen The Jewish Mafia Self-published by the translator, Carlos Porter, 2016 “I believe in America.” These are the first words spoken in Francis Ford Coppola’s 1972 landmark film, The Godfather. They are spoken by an Italian immigrant, a mortician, who is coming to his local mafia boss for some extra-legal assistance. The double meaning is clear. In America, one can succeed honestly or dishonestly. Either way, there is a lot to believe in.

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The Great Forgetting

By now, we should all know about the Muslim grooming gang scandal which has been rocking England for decades. Peter McLoughlin wrote about it extensively in his invaluable volume Easy Meat, which should be required reading for anyone on the Alt Right. After exposing not only the Muslim sex offenders and their complicit communities but also the white Britons who let it all happen, McLoughlin then sets upon a novel tack in his book.

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The Alt Right vs. the Gun Right

There are issues around which we rally, and then there are issues around which we let other people rally. And as long as these issues can coexist, alliances can be formed. I think that the Alt Right and gun rights advocates (whom I will collectively and symmetrically refer to as the Gun Right) have stumbled into such an alliance in the arena of American politics.

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Jews Are Not White People (a Response to a Response)

Recently, Jewish conservative Dennis Prager made the commonsense argument that Jews should quit supporting Leftist causes because the Left, as he says, “is not our friend.” His piece, which appeared in the Jewish Journal on August 31, describes quite clearly how leftist radical organizations such as Black Lives Matter, MoveOn, Code Pink, and others reject not only Israel’s right to exist, but also the rights of Israel-supporting Jews to be part of these organizations.

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More Muslim Child-Rape in Rotherham

Rotherham, England is in the news again. And for all the reasons you would expect. Yes, the Muslim “grooming gang” problem still exists, although now more people are chattering about now than before. It remains to be seen whether this chattering will do any good, but it certainly is better than not chattering about it. For decades it was taboo even to discuss what was going on. And what was going on? Savage Muslim men, mostly from Pakistan, the Middle East, and North Africa, were raping and selling into sexual slavery tens of thousands of white British girls.

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Race in The Last of the Mohicans & its Major Motion Picture Adaptions

James Fenimore Cooper’s classic novel The Last of the Mohicans has been adapted to film or television many times, most notably by director Michael Mann in 1992. Mr. Mann’s version of the story was based more on the 1936 film (written by Philip Dunne and directed by George Seitz) than on the original novel. The reason for this is murky, and the development of Dunne’s screenplay even murkier. However, plotting how the story has evolved from landmark American literature to major motion picture is extremely instructive and enlightening with regard to popular attitudes towards the white race. And it isn’t …

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