As most of you are already aware, I almost never discuss the “Jewish question” (“JQ”). The reason for this is that it generally bores me. This does not mean, however, that it is itself a boring question — it is anything but boring. It bores me in particular because I settled it for myself so… Read More The Jewish Question (and My Jewishness) Finally Addressed
I also want to write similar missive, but digging deeper into the question: “Why do you believe that all races are the same, or at least interchangeable?” Lastly, take a look at this event at Rutgers in three weeks:
I made this fundraiser on GoFundMe.
We have made previously unimaginable strides in the past year. “Anti-white” and “anti-white-ism” are well on their ways to becoming English vernacular. It’s becoming OK to be white. Even the skeptic community is beginning to come around. On college campuses, to be a pro-white advocate is to rise above the crowd as an impenetrable enigma.… Read More The Time has Come for Mass De-Anonymization
If this was where their heads were in 2013, I don’t even want to know what they’ve gotten to cooking up since. In this little gem, they talk about their goals of suppressing speech in order to “discourage the flow of racist ideas upstream”. United Nations CERD/C/GC/35 International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms… Read More The UN Plans to Ratchet Up the War on White Racism
Christie Aschwanden wrote a great piece on FiveThirtyEight.com entitled “There’s No Such Thing as ‘Sound Science’”. Always one to notice and harp on patterns, I can’t help but apply this article’s defense of scientific evidence for climate change to why it’s so outlandish that hereditarian, race-realist theories are still popularly discarded as ‘bunk’. Climate change… Read More “There’s No Such Thing as ‘Sound Science'”