Wednesday, March 15, 2017

The Joys of Diversity: Do the Students in Your City’s Public Schools Know How to Read a Clock?

By Nicholas Stix

Via Countenance.


Anonymous said...

Just want to post an article on Rep.Steve King,one of the few whites with any power ( as much as a rep can have)to address AND be on target about many crucial issues of race and US demographics.He was ripped by media for his latest comment:
On Sunday, King, who represents the state’s northwest corner, had tweeted in defense of the Dutch anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim politician Geert Wilders: “Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny. We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.” When observers pointed out(GRA:Notice there ALWAYS seem to be "observers" at the ready,to attack pro white principles?)that the sentiment mirrored the infamous 14-word credo of white supremacists—“We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”—King didn’t back down. Asked about the tweet on CNN, the congressman declared that he had “meant exactly what I said” and added, “If you go down the road a few generations, or maybe centuries, with the inter-marriage, I’d like to see an America that is just so homogenous that we look a lot the same.” At the end of the interview, he recommended that viewers read The Camp of the Saints, a French novel about immigration that is widely considered xenophobic, if not openly racist. Not long afterward, in another interview, King predicted that “Hispanics and the blacks will be fighting each other” before the country becomes majority-minority. In the midst of it all, the white supremacist website the Daily Stormer embraced King as a “hero.”

It was far from the first time that Iowa’s most controversial politician had provoked outrage. On the possibility of a President Barack Hussein Obama in 2008, he said, “The Al Qaeda, and the radical Islamists and their supporters, will be dancing in the streets in greater numbers than they did on September 11.” On the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of same-sex marriage in 2015: “Their ruling really says anybody can marry anybody. … You could marry your lawnmower.” King had also tried to block abolitionist heroine Harriet Tubman from becoming the new face of the $20 bill, and displayed the Confederate flag on his desk in Washington—never mind that Iowa fought with the Union during the Civil War.
GRA:The only question,why don't more have the courage to speak like him and DO SOMETHING to change the trajectory of where this country is headed?He is right on the mark and the honest talk is refreshing as hell.
Politico is just like the rest of MSM .Create a story that is more like a prosecutorial hearing (a list of evidence against the person/entity they disagree with,be it Trump,King,FOX news,Breitbart etc).TV news does it every day now.
The rest of the story was about WHY King keeps getting voted in,Politico incredulously inquires.
Answer:There are still some who "get it"
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

This speaks volumes for the educational system and the teachers more than for the students.

Nicholas said...

"This speaks volumes for the educational system and the teachers more than for the students."

Uh... no.

First of all, there is very little "educational system" outside of the teachers and students. Cafeteria ladies and assistant principals.

Second, we're talking about hostile, very low-IQ, anti-intellectual kids, who are the children of hostile, very low-IQ, anti-intellectual parents.

My wife came from a Third World country, and had only a high school education, yet she taught our son how to read and write and count before he went off to school for pre-K, at the age of four.