Monthly Archives: October 2014

Writing “comments” for fun and political advantage…

“It’s hardly surprising that white people would be better-equipped to do well in the society and civilisation that they themselves created. In order to fit in, others need to adapt to our ways, or they will fail. And trying to change us to suit their ways will destroy the superior lifestyle and economy we have devised that inspires the others to come here in the first place. This is not a matter of ‘white privilege’, it is a matter of outsiders laying a ‘guilt trip’ on us in order to gain advantage. The sooner white people become aware of this and assert themselves, the better.” – Comments, Toronto Sun, Oct. 14th, 2014.

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York Region Police victims of race-card opportunism?

“The sergeant’s unofficial probe into her personal affairs happened at the same time her husband – Dameian Muirhead, also a York Region constable – was fighting internal misconduct allegations of his own… Though there is no proof, the Muirheads believe Chantal is the victim of a reprisal for her husband’s fight to clear his name in a racially charged case in which the Muirheads went on to sue the service earlier this year… The Muirheads are suing the service over the handling of the public complaint, alleging a ‘negligent and malicious investigation’, and are seeking $15 million in compensation and damages.”

“(Police Chief Eric) Joliffe, in his statement, said the service had to remain silent while it ‘endured a series of baseless accusations and attempts to tarnish the exemplary record’ the service had on ‘racial and cultural inclusivity.’”

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Perils of diversity – October 9th, 2014

This post is primarily concerned with the American experience, but is typical of problems to be found in Western countries with large Black minorities throughout the world.

Six items in total…

Poor blacks “cannot correlate money and possessions with work” after decades of handouts

San Diego airport cab drivers from Africa say “smell test” requirement discriminatory

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Christianity: Attacks & Persecution – Oct. 8th, 2014

Nigeria: Boko Haram destroys over 180 churches after taking towns in the north-east

U.S: Football players ordered to remove Christian crosses from helmets

Middle East: Islamic State’s “cultural cleansing” causes thousands of Christians to flee, convert, or die

Saudi Arabia: Prayer meeting broken up by religious police, dozens arrested

U.S: “The Supreme Court’s action fails to resolve… the injustice of marriage redefinition…”

“Native discount” sentencing works against aboriginals…

“(Convicted murderer) Kokopenace, has appealed his sentence. He says it was unfair. It was too harsh. Because, you see, Kokopenace is aboriginal himself… And he claims the trial wasn’t fair because aboriginals were underrepresented in the jury pool… Incredibly, the Ontario Court of Appeal agreed with the grounds for appeal – they said the jury pool didn’t have enough aboriginal people in it, so that was racist.” – Ezra Levant.

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