29 June 2012

Dirty Little Secrets

Still on holiday, but wanted to take a moment to dispel a small myth.  From our day-to-day dealings as well as the media, many Euro-Americans are under the impression that the Afro community--affluent and ghetto alike--are all cut in the Jesse Jackson mold of endless mewling victimization and race-baiting.  Not true.

Of course we all know the few Afro rightists, the Sowells and Steeles and Williams, but their 'risky' remarks rarely diverge from 'ending the welfare state will fix what ails us.'  And even they are but lone surfers paddling furiously against the black victimization tide.

'I'd like to be a fly on the wall,' once said the White, 'while Blacks sit around the water cooler and talk amongst themselves.'  Happily, the arrival of the internet in almost every home means that today he can.  This amazing series of tubes has coughed up from its depths some dirty, hairball-covered secrets, and the anthropologically-inclined would do well to take a look.  Here then, a brief survey of some of the more surprising Afro honesty the internet has delivered us of late.

19 June 2012

Summer Excursion Time

Summer excursion is here, just in time for the solstice.  Enjoy the longest day of the year, and take advantage of the sunshine. But please have a thought for those whom the West has sacrificed these last several years on the altar of Multiculturalism.  The facts continue to pile up.

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 An Afro-on-Euro crime wave has been pummeling the West recently, particularly in the United States.  Writers have begun to compile lists of these attacks:

'Minority-on-White Crime': American Renaissance's excellent database of such incidents, all drawn from mainstream news sources, going back to 2004.

Violent Flash Mobs: A detailed list of all known incidents of violent black 'flash mobs' or 'wilding mobs' having hit the country since Obama's inauguration.
(list goes back to 2002, the phenomenon hits its stride in 2009)

Black Racism and Race Hatred: A new site with detailed archives of black-on-non-black crime.
Categories include street crime, workplace attacks, massacres, rape, and intimate partner homicide.

'Project Vanquish': Unamusement Park's new compilation, still in its infancy, of NAM-on-non-NAM crime.
Categories include Hate Crime Hoaxes, Minority Rape, Minority Violence Against Good Samaritans, Minority Violence at School and College, Minority Violence on Parade, The SPLC’s Anti-White Bias.

Violence Against Whites: Links to news articles on non-white violence against Whites in the U.S. and a variety of other Western countries. Tagline: 'Is multiculturalism worth dying for?'

The Big Lie on Parade:  Tagline: 'A daily roundup of the continuing and ever increasing intifada of black on white crime. Dispelling the Big Lie of the "Violent white racist America" one link at a time.'

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The other country in which a large NW Euro population lives side-by-side with a large African one, South Africa, has suffered an even more gruesome fate since the 1994 advent of black rule.

Farm murders victim names 1994-2011: Censor Bugbear gives the comprehensive list of victims of the anti-Euro slaughter waged these last twenty years in South Africa.  Perhaps the biggest untold news story in western media history.

Afrikaner Genocide Archives: Another good source on anti-Euro violence in South Africa.

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Other Euro countries are also struggling with racial violence directed at themselves by foreigners they have invited into their lands.  Near-universal faith in the multiculturalist religion has allowed the brutality to continue unchecked...for now.

UK Enrichment News (UK): 'Keeping you informed about the benefits of multiculturalism.'  Benefits include rape, armed robbery, assault, murder, gang attacks, identity theft, NHS fraud, and honor killings.  And that's just this week's postings.

Violence against white French (France): 'Violence Against Whites' has a decent section on the daily indignities suffered by indigenous French at the hands of their current colonizers.

François de Souche (France): Comprehensive source on the above subject, written in French.

Cavatus's blog (Sweden): News on the slow devastation of the native Swedish population by its more violent immigrants.

Cultural Enrichment Archives (Europe): Gates of Vienna's excellent archive of Europe's 'cultural enrichment' at the hands of its latter-day colonizers.  Touches on Scandinavia, U.K., Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Eastern Europe...All translated into English by their generous volunteer team.  A real-time narrative of the slow fall of the West.  A must-read.

Thank you to all the thoughtful readers and commenters who grace these pages; your insights help open the eyes of those who can't yet see.  And happy holidays to anyone lucky enough to get a little early summer break.  We shall be back online shortly.

12 June 2012

When America lays herself down to sleep

The more able and the less able: they have always found a way to co-exist on planet earth.  Conquest and forced tribute was one way. Conquest and slavery was another.  Conquest and political domination was a third.

But such were the ways of the past.  Today, for the first time in recorded history, a world-wide consensus holds (more or less) that naked conquest is Not Alright.  Now that the inhabitants of every square inch of the globe have a fellow in a swivel chair at the U.N. claiming to speak in their name, colonialism is no longer the done thing.

But the More Able cannot help but dominate the Less Able.  The Cold War took foreign conquest underground, and what had once been done by plunking down a flag and a cross was now pulled off via spies, discreet assassinations, coups, death squad training, and the like.

Even that great chess match drew to a close, and we are today left with one bloated power whose military tentacles circle the globe. A power who patrols the world's seas from the South Pacific to the Gulf of Aden to the Caribbean.  Despite this pseudo-empire on which, like her 19th-century cousin's, the sun never sets, America does her best to paint a rosy face on world dominance.

But no empire lasts forever. The vultures have been circling for years squawking of the U.S.'s demise.  The question is not 'will she fall?'--what goes up must come down--but 'when?' and 'what comes after?' Who shall be the 21st century's 'more able?'

International relations, like nature, abhors a vacuum.  Should the U.S. tumble from its perch, others will rush in to fill the void.  Those unaware of human biodiversity--almost all mainstream analysts today, including those at Stratfor--are missing a major bit from the toolkit, and their analysis suffers for it.  Only amateurs are left to ask the race-realist questions.  Two valid ones are, 'is Euro-America on the decline?' and, if so, 'who shall rush in to fill the geopolitical void?'

05 June 2012

The conundrum of Afro governance

You may have seen Walter Russell Mead fretting of late about the hash Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick's cronies have made of the city pension fund. (h/t Heliogabalus)  Mead is wowed by both the scale of the graft--

...corrupt and incompetent trustees appointed by Democratic officials over many years in Detroit are responsible for almost half a billion dollars in investments gone wrong.

--and the indifference of the press:

I honestly don’t know why there is so little national outrage about this despicable crew and the terrible damage they have done. ...The 41 year old Kwame Kilpatrick may well be the worst and most destructive American of his generation; his two terms as Mayor of Detroit are among the most sordid and stomach churning episodes in the storied history of American municipal corruption.

The question of Afro governance has long intrigued Euro-Americans, especially in the South.  The latter feared the former's great numbers meant they would one day take control, a disaster because (1) they would trample Whites' rights and (2) they were unfit to govern.  The ten-year Reconstruction nightmare, they say, proved them right.  J.W. Garner:

In some instances the board [of supervisors] was composed entirely of illiterate negroes. Although their duties necessitated calculation and computation, there were instances in which no member could do the smallest operation of arithmetic, and their highest mark of erudition was the ability of the president to sign his name to a record, the contents of which he could not read. In Issaquena County, in 1874, every member of the board was alleged to be an illiterate negro.
... In Madison County, every member of the board was colored, and the maximum of learning among them was the ability of one to sign his name mechanically. There was not a justice of the peace in the county who could write his name.  [...] shortly before the meeting of the grand jury, they usually got some friendly white neighbor to write up their dockets for presentation at the proper time. (1)

J.W. Burgess, on the outrageous expenditures of the all-Negro South Carolina legislature:

It was the most soul-sickening spectacle that Americans had ever been called upon to behold. ... In place of government by the most intelligent and virtuous part of the people for the benefit of the governed, here was government by the most ignorant and vicious part of the population for the benefit, the vulgar, materialistic, brutal benefit of the governing set.  (2)

Men of the 19th century drew their conclusions about Afro governance from simple observation. They watched Haiti, they watched Liberia, they watched Afro-Americans conduct their own affairs.  Today the data-set is richer--50-plus African nations now independent for half a century, as well as a growing number of American cities led by wholly black government.  In surveying this landscape, two words come to our lips again and again--'corruption' and 'ineptitude.'  Why?

The temptation to blame outside forces, as we have seen, is strong.  The instinctive pity and revulsion we feel when faced with a group of people so seemingly inept can cause us shame, so we attempt to redirect blame.  'Other people made them this way,' we say. 'It is inconceivable that their problems could be rooted in their own make-up.'

At Those Who Can See, we argue that the evidence points strongly in the other direction.  We propose that in the aggregate, traits which lead to good governance are in acutely short supply in Sub-Saharan Africans.  Let us examine the evidence.