Saturday, July 23, 2016


Suzanne Vega with Marlene on the Wall. From her self-titled debut album (1985).

Singer/songwriter from Santa Monica, CA.

Supergrass with Sun hits the Sky. Album In it for the money (1997).

Britpop band from Oxford, UK.




At Townhall, Matt Vespa tells us that "this Korean American really doesn't want Hillary Clinton to be president":

"Cleveland, OHIO– If there’s one demographic that Republicans should win in national elections, it’s Asian Americans. They’re hard working, church going, family-oriented, and one of the most entrepreneurial people living in the country. Yet, the last time the GOP won this bloc of voters was back in 1992. Since then, it’s been a precipitous decline in voter support for the GOP to the point where it’s just as bad, if not worse, than the party’s performance with Hispanics. Yet, there were some signs that Asians had swung to the right. In the 2014 midterms, a poll showed a massive swing to the GOP among Asian voters, though the sample was incredibly small.

Nevertheless, that didn’t stop Dr. Lisa Shin, a member of Trump’s National Diversity Coalition and a Korean American, from ripping Hillary Clinton, calling her a threat to the American Dream, and so fraught with corruption that she’s unfit to be our commander-in-chief. She added that Donald Trump is the only candidate who protects the vision of America her parents envisioned when they came to the United States from South Korea 40 years ago. They achieved the American Dream—and she’s not going to let Hillary Clinton destroy that principle.

~ "Hillary Clinton is a direct threat to the American Dream.

Her proposals would be utterly devastating to our economy. Her dangerous ideology undermines our democracy and freedom. She represents everything that is wrong with the system: the deceit, corruption, cronyism, and a total lack of accountability. With extreme carelessness, she has compromised our national security and our safety. With contempt, she has flouted the rule of law that we rely on for justice, order, and peace. She has overwhelmingly lost the trust of the American people. She is not qualified to be our next president. She is unfit to be the commander in chief of the brave men and women who sacrifice so much to fight for our country.

There is only one presidential candidate who will preserve the American dream that our parents and our grandparents envisioned for us. There is only one candidate who will ensure a more prosperous, safe, and secure future for our children and our grandchildren. There is only one candidate who will defend the core principles that this great country was founded upon. There is only one candidate who will protect, stand with and fight for we, the American people. There is only clear choice for America: that choice is Donald J. Trump."

Shin was a delegate from New Mexico, and founder of Korean Americans for Trump.

The video of Dr Shin's speech:



Friday, July 22, 2016


Okay, bear with me. I read somewhere it's historically long, but this is only a key exerpt:

And no, I ain't stepping on the Trump Bandwagon now. Already in January I realized that of all the Republican hopefuls, only The Donald stood a serious change of beating The Monster.

I repeat myself here, but I don't consider Trump a conservative. But anything is better than a lying, shameless, principle-less attention whore with a murderous lust for power and zero love for her country.

While I have some doubts re Mr Trump's stance on several typical rightwing issues, and while I am aware of his past as a flipflopper, of this I have no doubt: he does love his country.

Plus, I wholeheartedly agree with his choice for Mike Pence, a man with impeccable conservative credentials and a good record as governor of Indiana.



Thursday, July 21, 2016


Spot on article by American Thinker's Bruce Walker, "The Rage of Failure".

"One of the most dangerous lies of political correctness is the equality of different civilizations. The rage of Islam is largely rooted in the reality that while Islam destroyed Persian, Byzantine, and Hindu civilizations, it replaced those civilizations with nothing. The poor backwaters of Europe first halted Islamic imperialism and then produced a flourishing of science, enterprise, art, and government that left the once great lands in Egypt and Iraq and Iran as exporters of only oil and terrorism.

So embittered young Moslems murder innocents throughout the West because that is the only argument they can make. The logical response, adopting the superior values of the Judeo-Christian West, chokes on this incoherent rage. This explains the irrational hatred of Israel and the persecution of Christian minorities in the region: Israel works, just as Christian Lebanon once worked (when it was Christian), and this is an intolerable affront to militant Moslems.

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The flow of illegal immigration into the United States from Latin America is often made by families desperate to find a better life – and we can sympathize with them, even though that sympathy cannot descend into allowing violation of our immigration laws. There is a separate thread, however, of Hispanics who wish to blame the misery of their homelands on the prosperity and safety of America.

The obvious cure for the failure of Latin America is for the citizens of these lands to insist upon the rule of law, honest law enforcement and judges, and limited government. The term "banana republic" was coined to describe the drearily predictable morass of revolution and military rule or corrupt government that inevitably descends into the breakdown of ordered liberty.

The worst possible action, for everyone's sake, would be to turn the Southwest into an extension of Mexico – and yet that is precisely what some militant Hispanics in America want, ensuring greater misery for everyone to sate their rage at the failure of Latin America over the last two hundred years.

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This is the same sort of rage at failure we see by many angry blacks in America, culminating in the assassination of police officers and the venom so well represented by Jeremiah Wright's infamous "God damn America" sermon. There is a macabre and hypnotic fascination these blacks have toward the imagined suppression of blacks in America.

Even before slavery was ended in America, the nation of Liberia was created for freed slaves to have as their homeland back in Africa. (Britain created Sierra Leone for similar reasons.) Haiti was the second nation in the Western Hemisphere to gain independence two centuries ago. Ethiopia has been ruled exclusively by blacks, except for a brief period from 1936 to 1941. If white oppression was the problem, then those four nations would be the happiest for blacks in the world.

If white oppression was the problem, then the end of European colonial rule in Africa should have brought a gush of affluence, liberty, and safety. Sadly, that is not the case at all. Most of the lands of sub-Saharan Africa are awful places, with poverty, disease, genocide, and corruption the norm. No sane black in America would want to leave his native land and move back to Africa.

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The civilization of Africa, like the civilizations of the Islamic world and Latin America, fails horribly. The logical response would be to adopt the value system of superior civilizations. Instead, Islamists despise Western civilization and reach back, incredibly, to the Crusades as inspiration for their hatred or blame America, which never held lands in that region, or Israel, which occupies a tiny strip of land, for the suffering in their world. In the same spirit of illogical blame, many militant Hispanics sincerely believe that restoring the "stolen" lands from California to Texas into Mexico is somehow noble and wise. We see in the streets of America blacks who, instead of being grateful that they were born in America, honestly believe that all their problems result from the "vestiges of slavery" or Jim Crow in the South, despite the fact that these wrongs were righted long ago.

This absurd calumny is not only foolish, but evil. Until we understand precisely what is warring against us, we can never prevail in the attacks upon our way of life. It is a battle of values and a contest of ideals warring against us. It is not terrorists we are fighting, but rather the rage of failure."

After 50 years of leftist indoctrination and them assholes telling us that everything that goes wrong on this planet is OUR fault, the time for some White Pride is long overdue. In case you are angry at me for this blatantly racist statement, GOOD. I hope your anger gets you the Mother of all Headaches.

If other peoples and cultures feel backward and blame/hate Whitey for it, I have some good advice for them:

c.) BE FAIR TO OTHERS. In the broader sense, this encompasses acceptance of democratic rules.
d.) DON'T NEUTRALIZE HALF OF YOUR WORK FORCE. That means giving your women access to education and labor.

Just honoring these four points will get you very far. While these points are vectored at individuals, there's a fair number of good measures that can be implemented at the state level, but I don't have the time to elaborate on that. I'll give you just one hint: DON'T allow leftist recipes to ruin your economy. Embrace capitalism!

Last but not least, perhaps the most important advice of all:




The German newspaper Die Welt reports that Riaz Khan Ahmadzai, the 17-year old Afghan who gravely wounded four people with an axe on a train near Wuerzburg, was a "very well integrated foster child":

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"The Wuerzburg attacker lived in a foster family, a privilege for "very well integrated youths". In an IS-distributed video he can be heard threatening 'infidels' - and Germany in particular".

Courtesy Gates of Vienna, another video dealing with our perfectly integrated young man:

Good riddance. And I would really like that the lunatic Gutmenschen who took this amoeba in, are forced to confront the victims of their "foster child's" agression.

Might give them second thoughts, although I'm not holding my breath.


Wednesday, July 20, 2016


Beringen is a former mining town in Limburg, a province in Belgium's east. It is home to a large number of Turks. I refuse to write "Belgians of Turkish descent", because again, they have made it crystal clear that they consider themselves Turks, and definitely NOT Belgians.

Via Het Belang van Limburg:

"Beringen - following the failed coup in Turkey, on Saturday evening Turks took to the streets. As before, it turned out to be a night full of turmoil.

People from Beringen, Ham, Leopoldsburg, Heusden-Zolder, Diest and Mol gathered in large numbers in front of the building of the Gulenist society "Vuslat" at the Koolmijnlaan in Beringen.

"This evening at about 10pm, thus after the evening prayer in the Beringen mosque, we have been confronted with between 400 and 500 people of Turkish extraction who had assembled at the mosque and who thereafter wanted to march to a building on the Koolmijnlaan where Turkish people of another political faction have an office", says Police Chief Geert Wouters.

Police charged with a water cannon and around twenty officers to stop potential hotheads but this turned out to be not necessary. Save for some smaller skirmishes serious incidents did not take place.

At around 0:30 am the Turks went home and things quieted down.

Today at 5pm a demo will be held on Europe Square in Eisden."

Etc etc etc etc. I don't care if it was not necessary to use the water cannon. I don't care if there were only "a few skirmishes". Thing is, as an autochton Belgian and Fleming I DO NOT WANT unrest in MY COUNTRY because of some tinpot dictator on the Bosphorus thinks he can dictate the turkish diaspora in Europe as if all of them were in Anatolia. Integration my ass.

Of all the muslims in Belgium - and there are far too many already - it is clear that the most nationalistic tendencies are displayed by the turks. Not only that, but is a well-known fact that Turks in Belgium are overwhelmingly pro-Erdogan, and so, when that scoundrel exhorted his followers in Turkey itself to take to the streets to help thwart the coup, the message did not fall on deaf ears among his supporters here:

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The turks assembled en masse in front of the Vuslat society, since from the git-go Erdogan claimed the Gulenists were behind the coup and Vuslat, which has an office in Beringen, is a Gulenist society. Personally, I couldn't care less if that other islamic nutter holing up in Pennsylvania was involved in the coup or not. If the coup, staged or not, has made anything clear for the umpteenth time it's that islam as a societal model is an absolute disaster and that peace, harmony and prosperity are simply impossible wherever this insane paedophile worshipper cult rules.


Here is a video of the event. Muslims are known to export little, apart from terrorism and oil - if they are lucky enough to sit on it. So what we definitely DON'T need on top of all the other trouble is conflicts from across the Bosphorus. Just take a look at what happened in Beringen and imagine you are a regular Flemish bloke in Beringen and trying to get a decent night's rest:

Authochton Belgians should acquire guns and learn how to use them.

Last week, Limburg's turks took to the streets and used violence against other turks.

In the process, they showed that their loyalty vis-à-vis the country where they live in, where they have been able to make a career, where they can enjoy excellent healthcare... that that loyalty means exactly ZILCH.

In the future, when their numbers have swollen significantly more, these very same turks won't hesitate to use violence against their Belgian hosts if it suits their needs.

The turkish community in Belgium constitutes a clear and present danger for the autochton population - even more so than other muslim communities.

If you are a Belgian - a real one - ignore this warning at your own peril.


Tuesday, July 19, 2016


By now most must have heard about the 17-year old Afghan who attacked people on a train near Wuerzburg, Germany. The latest is that three people are gravely injured. Here's a video, courtesy Gates of Vienna, where Joachim Hermann, the Bavarian Interior Minister, sheds some light on the story:

When the train stopped at Heidingsfeld, a suburb of Wuerzburg, the Culture Enricher got out and fled through town. By coincidence, a special police unit was in town which quickly gave chase and shot and killed the Afghan.

Next thing you know, a politician of the Greens, Renate Kuenast, was wondering why it was necessary to kill the guy. Via PI-News:

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Madam Kuenast's question: "Wieso konnte der Angreifer nicht angriffsunfaehig geschossen werden???? Fragen!"

"How come the attacker could not be neutralized [without killing him?]???? Questions!"

Questions, yeah, questions. The question I ask myself is how leftists and greens and Gutmenschen et al are able to look in the mirror in the morning and not either burst out laughing or else commit suicide right away. THAT's one hell of a question!

In Belgium, with impeccable timing, this very morning one De Standaard columnist chose to enlighten us the Great Unwashed with his views on the unfair treatment of muslims in games. Ruben Mooijman is a childless Gutmensch who probably lives in a sad brown bachelor's apartment where he tries to live holistic and hopes Mother Earth is not too much offended by his trampling on her every day. Here is his infinite wisdom:


Need a bad guy? Bring on a muslim

19 JULI 2016 OM 03:00 UUR | From our correspondent ‘muslims in Belgium’ Ruben Mooijman

In computergames muslims are most of the time the bad guys. Within the sector a consensus is growing that it could also be done differently...

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Mooijman should right away send a De Standaard copy to that Hongkong couple, victims of the knife attack, and currently fighting for their lives in some German hospital. I'm sure they will feel better immediately.

But if you thought the Mooijman article to be the nec plus ultra of bad taste, sorry, no such luck. Immediately after the Nice truck jihad, another De Standaard editor, Marc Reynebeau, pooped his pants full of brown jelly out of fear of backlash against muslims:


Terror and islamophobia go hand in hand

16 JULI 2016 OM 03:00 UUR | Marc Reynebeau
No matter how little details were known regarding the motives of the terrorist in Nice, on the heels of the attack there promptly followed a predictable political recuperation. But this could quickly evolve to islamphobia, with an agressive element on the streets. In the public perception a causal link between diversity and terror is quickly established."

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Golly yeah, it stands there: "In the public perception a causal link between diversity and terror is quickly established". How on earth would that be possible??? All that happened in the land of Sauerkraut and Lederhosen over the past two years is that 2 million muslims got shipped in?! No big deal, happens all the time everywhere!

Well... at the time of writing they were still scraping human remains off the Promenade des Anglais in Nice. But Mr. Reynebeau was far, far more worried about a severed pig's head laid in front of a mosque's door in the dead of night somewhere in Limburg.

Not until leftist and green lunatics crawl back under the rocks and into the gutters where they belong, does Europe stand a chance to defend itself properly.


Monday, July 18, 2016


Over at American Thinker Daniel John Sobieski explains the villainous role of the Divider-in-Chief, the man who more than anyone else is responsible for fanning the flames of racial hatred over the past seven years:

"Before someone says President Obama did no such thing and that Baton Rouge, like Dallas, cannot be laid at his doorstep, let us consider his own statement that “words have consequences”. From Ferguson to Baltimore and beyond President Obama’s words have been the equivalent of yelling “fire” in a crowded theatre. He has encouraged a false narrative of racist cops and racist police departments whose officers are guilty until proven innocent, or buried, whichever comes first.

If there is a Pearl Harbor in this war on cops, it was Ferguson, Missouri, where President Obama’s Justice Department sent 40 FBI agents to prove Officer Darren Wilson was a racist murderer of an innocent black teen. He has made the race-baiting Al Sharpton, who helped create the myth of “hands up, don’t shoot”, a key adviser on race matters and Ferguson.

Despite efforts to paint the police as racist oppressors, in the end Michael Brown was proven to be a thug of the kind that plagues cities across America, the type police deal with daily, particularly in Obama’s Chicago. Brown in fact committed a strong-arm robbery of a Ferguson convenience store before assaulting police officer Darren Wilson, who was found by Atty. Gen. Eric Holder’s racially charged Department of Justice to have justifiably used lethal force in defending himself against Brown’s attack.

 photo obamaracebaiter_zpsontc6ma3.jpegIt was Michael Brown’s death, based on the “hands up, don’t shoot” lie knocked down by the testimony of multiple black witnesses, that fueled the Black Lives Matter movement that that makes, not black-on-black crime, but attempts to enforce the law in black communities the main threat facing blacks. His death, and the false narrative President Obama and the Sharptons of the world fostered in the aftermath of Brown’s justified shooting, that helped spark the current war on cops, leading to the carnage in Dallas and Baton Rouge.

In December, 2014, President Obama stoked the fires of animus against cops when he said on BET police were judging blacks, not on the content of their character, but on the color of their skin:

- President Barack Obama made an appearance on Black Entertainment Television (BET) Monday to reach out to black Americans and discuss calls for criminal justice reform after two grand jury decisions cleared white police officers in the deaths of two black men. The president has to carefully express his concern for the safety of African-Americans while not undermining the law enforcement community. President Obama suggested that the issue of police vs. minorities is deeply rooted in American culture and is the result of police having a “subconscious fear of folks who look different.” ….

“And, you know, I’ve said it before, the vast majority of law enforcement officers are doing a really tough job, and most of them are doing it well and are trying to do the right thing. But a combination of bad training, in some cases, a combination in some cases of departments that really are not trying to root out biases, or tolerate sloppy police work. A combination, in some cases of folks just not knowing any better, and in a lot of cases, subconscious fear of folks who look different, all of this contributes to a national problem that’s going to require a national solution.”

Speaking of folks who look different, try the two casualties in the war on cops in New York City, one Latin and one Asian-American. We saw battle cry in the war on cops in New York as “protesters” of police brutality chanted their lust for dead cops. As Heather MacDonald writes in her new book, The War On Cops (Encounter Books, 2016):

- In the summer of 2014, as we have seen, a lie overtook significant parts of the country and grew into a kind of mass hysteria. That lie holds that the police pose a mortal threat to black Americans -- indeed, that the police are the greatest threat facing black Americans today. Several subsidiary untruths buttress that central myth: that the criminal-justice system is biased against blacks; that there is no such thing as a black underclass; and that crime rates are comparable between blacks and whites, so that disproportionate police action in minority neighborhoods cannot be explained without reference to racism. The poisonous effect of these lies manifested itself in the cold-blooded assassination of two NYPD officers in December that year. The highest reaches of American society promulgated those untruths and participated in the mass hysteria. President Barack Obama, speaking after a grand jury decided not to indict the police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown, declared that blacks were right to believe that the criminal-justice system was often stacked against them. Obama repeated that message as he traveled around the country subsequently. Eric Holder escalated a long-running theme of his tenure as U.S. attorney general: that the police routinely engaged in racial profiling and needed federal intervention to police properly…"

High time this evil creature of smoke and mirrors is leaving the White House.