Monday, April 9, 2012

Your chances of dying [infographic]

“You might as well expect the rivers to run backward as that any man who was born free should be contented to be penned up and denied liberty to go where he pleases.”

-- Chief Joseph Nez Perce (Nimiputimt)

Via Survival


The Rationality of Firing John Derbyshire

Obviously this does not apply to all, as my black cousins in Edgecombe are as conservative as can be and the salt of the earth.

National's Review's decision to fire John Derbyshire for his “offensive” but clearly accurate take on race relations has, thankfully, generated immense discussion. Let me add yet one more take on this messenger-killing episode. In a nutshell, silencing the Derb, or at least depriving him of his NR soapbox, is rational in the grand scheme of things. Make no mistake, I would have doubled his salary and honored him with a lavish banquet, and I hope thousands of NR subscribers cancel their subscriptions, but that said, there is a modicum of rationality in what the magazine did.

Let’s begin with the obvious: Every effort, no matter how well-intentioned, carefully planned, and expensive, has failed to transform blacks into whites. Statistically, blacks are about where they were in the 1960s, and what progress has occurred can be attributed to government coercion, policies like affirmative action, and make-work jobs. Moreover, nothing on the horizon hints at progress and if anything, the blackening of cities like Detroit, Newark, and Philadelphia suggests that things will only get worse as blacks increasingly take control of their own destiny.

More @ American Renaissance

Getting there?

I'm with you on that, Daph. Something else is going on. In just two days, here in pacifist Lancaster County PA, my son in law encountered what he thought was provocative race baiting behavior on the part of black co workers. One man, who was helping him load a truck said to his face, "I HATE WHITES"...and so my son in law left the load for him to haul by himself...The Whitey hater was fired.

This morning, Ben walked into a store he's been in before, a mini mart, and the blacks asked each other what the Cracker was doin' in their store. He just put his things down and left. No, something else is building. Listening to the NBP's conference call makes me believe that. The NBP may not be representative of all black people, but they probably say what many black underclass people are thinking.


Cruise ship retraces Titanic voyage

This would be fun!

Via Jeanie