Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Confederate Statues in Charlottesville are War Memorials and Can't be Removed Without State Approval, Rules Virginia Judge - Two Years after Unite The Right Rally Where Protester was Killed

Tue, Apr 30, 2019 9:11 p.m.
Confederate Statues in Charlottesville are War Memorials and Can't be Removed Without State Approval, Rules Virginia Judge - Two Years after Unite The Right Rally Where Protester was Killed

"Judge Rules Confederate Statues in Charlottesville Can't be Removed Without State Approval" | Daily Mail Online

Confederate statues in Charlottesville are war memorials and can't be removed without state approval, rules Virginia judge - two years after Unite The Right rally where protester was killed


Maine Gov Signs Bill Changing Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day

By R.C.
Tue, Apr 30, 2019 10:25 p.m.

Maine Gov Signs Bill Changing Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day

"Maine gov signs bill changing Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples' Day" | Fox News

Maine Gov. Janet Mills signed a bill on Friday to establish Indigenous Peoples' Day at the State House in Augusta, Maine. Mills added Maine to the growing number of states changing Columbus Day to ...


Breaking News: Racist Hate Crime Hoaxer Jussie Smollett is Out at Fox Series Empire

Empire next season

Fox Entertainment and 20th Century Fox TV confirmed on Tuesday there are "no plans" for him to...
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"Florida Man" Has been Sentenced to Life in Prison for Raping and Impregnating a Retarded 13-Year-Old Girl

By R.C.
Tue, Apr 30, 2019 8:26 p.m.

A Florida man has been sentenced to life in prison for raping and impregnating a 13-year-old girl whose disabilities prevent her from understanding both the attack and pregnancy.

"Man Gets Life for Raping, Impregnating Disabled Teen - Story" | WFLD - fox32chicago.com

A 23-year-old woman has been reported missing from the South Loop. Madeline Green was last seen Monday in the 1700 block of South Prairie Avenue, Chicago police said.


Teen Indicted in Murder of Beheaded Classmate

By R.C.
Tue, Apr 30, 2019 8:21 p.m.

"Teen Indicted in Murder of Beheaded Classmate" - New York Post

BOSTON — A Massachusetts teenager accused of killing a high school classmate whose headless body was found near a river has been indicted. The Essex County District Attorney's Office says a ...


"Teen Beheaded Classmate in Jealous Rage over Girlfriend: Prosecutors" - nypost.com
A crazed teen beheaded a schoolmate who he thought had slept with his girlfriend, prosecutors said in court this week. Mathew Borges was just 15 in November 2016 when he is accused of cutting off ...


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Mass Shooting Today at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte Left 2 Dead, 4 Wounded

By R.C.
Tue, Apr 30, 2019 7:42 p.m.

At least two people were killed and four others were injured in a shooting at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte on Tuesday, officials said.

Fox News Flash top headlines for April 30

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte was on lockdown Tuesday as officials warned of an "active assailant."


R.C.: A Duke fan gone wild?

Killer Somali Cop Mohamed Noor was Convicted of Third-Degree Murder and Manslaughter in July 2017 Shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond, 40, a Dual Citizen of the U.S. and Australia

By Prince George's County Ex-Pat
Tue, Apr 30, 2019 7:52 p.m.

Mohamed Noor was convicted of third-degree murder as well as manslaughter in the July 2017 death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond , a 40-year-old dual citizen of the U.S. and Australia. He wasn't convicted of the most serious charge of intentional second-degree


"Minneapolis Officer Convicted of Murder in 911 Caller Death" | WHAM - 13wham.com

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minneapolis police officer was convicted of murder Tuesday in the fatal shooting of an unarmed woman who approached his squad car minutes after calling 911 to report a ...


"Former Softball Standout Fatally Shot While Driving on Highway"

By A Longtime Reader
Tue, Apr 30, 2019 1:07 p.m.
"Former softball standout fatally shot while driving on highway"

"It seems so out of the ordinary and so random and senseless that I can't even get my mind around it," he told the Des Moines Register.

There are plenty of reasons to "get your mind around it."

She was white, fit, beautiful - and with her boyfriend.

In an increasing number of places in what used to be the US, that's enough to warrant getting shot and killed.

The Need for Ammo Conservation: Eight Shot in West Baltimore, but Only 1 Dead

By "W"
Tue, Apr 30, 2019 12:45 p.m.

1 dead after eight people shot in west Baltimore

Those 'teens and youths are up to their old tricks! The headline should have read, "Only 1 dead after eight people shot…." They waste so much ammo….

Gregory Cochran KOs Jared Diamond in the First Round!

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

I thank my twitter bud, Holtz‏ @Biorealism, for the heads-up.

Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies (Paperback)

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This book will be read by historians, not because it gives an accurate history, but because it shows how far academics are willing to go to deny the obvious: that human groups differ (races, ethnicities, clines -- call them what you like), and that these differences can explain a good deal of differential achievement. Sure, culture matters, and geography matters. But wow. Diamond sure is eager to dismiss the alternatives.

A much more compelling book is Cochran and Harpending's The 10,000 Year Explosion: How Civilization Accelerated Human Evolution. One of the authors, Gregory Cochran, recently wrote the following devastating review of Diamond on his blog. Here it is:

Jared Diamond’s thesis, in Guns, Germs, and Steel, is that regional differences in civilizational achievement are entirely caused by biogeographical factors, while regional differences in ability have had no effect. It isn’t that he believes that there are no such regional differences: he argues that the populations with the fewest achievements are the most intelligent!

In particular, Diamond argues that people in PNG (Papua New Guinea), are significantly smarter than the average bear. “in mental ability, New Guineans are probably genetically superior [my emphasis] to Westerners”: p21. “Modern ‘Stone Age’ peoples are on the average probably more intelligent, not less intelligent, than industrialized peoples. ” p 21.

This is sufficiently odd that readers of GGS often refuse to admit that Diamond ever said it. They’ll deny that it’s even in the book. They tend to replace this meme with another of their own device: you see, hunter-gatherers are innately better at hunting and gathering – at their own way of life – than developed peoples would be. Of course that doesn’t really work either, since innate superiority at obsolete tasks (a born buggy-whip maker?) doesn’t necessarily translate to modern superiority, or even adequacy.

I’ve only seen this claim – PNG Über Alles – in one other place, ever. A character in a book by Poul Anderson said “The only true humans on earth, my friends, the main line of evolution, the masters of the future, are the lordly Melanesians.”

Of course, that character was feigning insanity, but still.

In arguing that the last actually are first – that populations that invented calculus and gunpowder and penicillin are duller than those that invented very little – Diamond dismisses the entire field of psychometrics. He mentions no evidence, doesn’t even bother to argue about it. It’s his personal impressions of the locals in PNG versus everybody from Alfred Binet to the College Board. The word “IQ” isn’t even in the book.

It’s a ballsy approach – implying that the whole field is just pointless crap, not even worth discussing. It’s how I would deal with astrology or gender studies. It’s how everybody should have dealt with Freudian analysis.

The problem with Diamond’s non-argument is that aptitude tests actually work. A one-hour paper-and-pencil test gives a reasonable estimate of a student’s general problem-solving ability, which is why everybody uses such tests. The Army find that the top scorers make much more accurate tank gunners – it’s hard to ignore a 120-millimeter DU shell.

Regional scores on IQ tests and other educational tests (PISA, etc.) do track regional differences in S&T achievements. Not perfectly – northeast Asians have the highest scores but have not made the largest contributions to the development of modern technology – but pretty well. Populations that have low average scores on such tests have contributed very little to the development of modern science and technology.

If there was some fatal flaw in our methods of testing academic aptitude, you’d see some people (or whole populations) that scored low ( say 80) but were still whizzes at electrical engineering or molecular biology. That doesn’t happen. To be fair, we do see many people with high scores embrace various forms of madness, everything from Koreshanity (Why, this is Pellucidar, nor are we out of it.) to Fomenko’s New Chronology (Gary Kasparov). But then they’re intelligence tests, not sanity tests.

If Diamond were right (and the tests wrong), there would be tremendous opportunities for arbitrage, just as sabermetrics let baseball managers identify undervalued players. For example, if people from PNG were indeed significantly smarter than the world average, UCLA could develop powerhouse departments, full of likely future Nobelists, at low cost. People would eventually try to look intelligent by putting a bone through their nose. Why hasn’t this happened? Pure stubbornness? Shouldn’t Harvard pre-emptively adopt this policy, in order to stay on top?

If Diamond were right, hunter-gatherers and other backward peoples should be able to catch up with the developed world rather easily, being smarter. In fact, they should be able to rapidly surpass us: even a moderately higher average IQ in a population greatly increases the fraction that scores above a high threshold. PNG should be shot with genius. Yet there’s no sign of it. Diamond acknowledges as much. “We see in our daily lives that some of the conquered peoples continue to form an underclass, centuries after the conquests or slave imports took place” (p 25). “Yes, the transistor, invented at Bell Labs in the eastern United States in 1947, leapt 8,000 miles to launch an electronics industry in Japan – but it did not make the shorter leap to found new industries in Zaire or Paraguay. The nations rising to new power are still ones that were incorporated thousands of years ago into the old centers of dominance based on food production, or that have been repopulated by peoples from those centers.”

“Prospects for world dominance of sub-Saharan Africans, Aboriginal Australians, and Native Americans remain dim. The hand of history’s course at 8000 B.C. lies heavily on us” (p 417).

Why should that be so? If hunter-gatherers are “probably more intelligent, not less intelligent, than industrialized peoples,” why doesn’t it show? Maybe they aren’t plugged into the old-boy networks, but why don’t they win the math contests and chess tournaments? Where’s their Paul Morphy, their Ramanujan, their George Green? Mathematicians, at least, would cheerfully hire a grizzly bear as long as it ate fewer undergraduates than it solved Hilbert problems.

Where are the practical payoffs? “Many of the living descendants of the Aborigines who survived the era of European colonization are now finding it difficult to succeed economically in white Australian society.” p 19. Again, if they’re so smart, why aren’t they rich? Why do they flunk algebra?

Perhaps we should consider dysgenic effects. Because of low birth rates among highly educated women, IQ is probably declining today in developed countries, at ~1 pt a generation. Probably this hasn’t been going on for very long. But if it goes on long enough, a day may come when the minds of the men of the industrialized countries fail, leaving the inhabitants of Sentinel Island the smartest people on Earth.
But it is not this day.

Enough about the thesis: it’s a mess. Measurements don’t support it, and none of its implications have gone through the formality of actually happening. Back to the book itself, which is not all bad.

You see the idea that biogeographical circumstances shaped the rise of civilization and technology is not at all crazy. The mistake is assuming that that is the only factor, or that those circumstances never change the peoples exposed to them: never change them above the neck, that is. Diamond is happy enough to admit that selection for disease resistance changed Eurasians and Africans.

Diamond emphasizes the important of domestications of animals and crops, the big step towards civilization. This allowed vast increase in population size and social complexity: you can’t overemphasize its importance.

He discusses various ways in which parts of this big story support his thesis. Often they don’t really, but the discussion can still be interesting.

Most significant domestic animals were domesticated somewhere in Eurasia or North Africa, only a couple in South America (llamas and vicuna), nothing in the rest of the world. Diamond argues that this wasn’t because populations varied in their interest in or aptitude for domestication. Instead, the explanation is that only a few large animals were suitable for domestication.

He’s unconvincing. Sure, there were places where this was true: what were the Maori in New Zealand going to domesticate – weta? And Australia didn’t have a lot of large mammals, at least not after people wiped out its megafauna. But there are plenty of large animals in Sub-Saharan Africa, yet none were domesticated. He argues that zebras were wilder, more untameable than horses – but people have tamed zebras, while the wild ancestors of horses (tarpans, which survived into the 19th century) were usually described as untameable. The wild ancestors of cows (aurochsen, which survived into the 17th century) were big and mean. They enjoyed impaling people on their horns and flinging them for distance. The eland is a large African antelope, and by Diamond’s argument it must be untameable, since the locals never tamed it. But in fact it’s rather easy to tame, and there’s now a domesticated version.

The key here is that one can select for disposition, for tameness, as well as obvious physical features, and an animal can go from totally wild to cuddly in ten generations – remember the selection experiment with Siberian foxes. In the long run disposition is not a big obstacle. Selection fixes it – selection applied to above-neck traits.

Diamond makes a similar argument about domesticating plants as crops: only a few plants were suitable for domestication, and part of the reason that some populations never developed crops was a lack of suitable plant species. I’ll give him Eskimos. but that’s about it.

Here his argument is far weaker: there are a buttload of plants that could be domesticated and might be quite useful, yet have not been. Enthusiastic agronomists keep trying to get funding for domestication of jojoba, or buffalo gourd, or guayule – usually government interest runs out well before success.

The reason that a few crops account for the great preponderance of modern agriculture is that a bird in the hand – an already-domesticated, already- optimized crop – feeds your family/makes money right now, while a potentially useful yet undomesticated crop doesn’t. One successful domestication tends to inhibit others that could flourish in the same niche. Several crops were domesticated in the eastern United States, but with the advent of maize and beans (from Mesoamerica) most were abandoned. Maybe if those Amerindians had continued to selectively breed sumpweed for a few thousand years, it could have been a contender: but nobody is quite that stubborn.

Teosinte was an unpromising weed: it’s hard to see why anyone bothered to try to domesticate it, and it took a long time to turn it into something like modern maize. If someone had brought wheat to Mexico six thousand years ago, likely the locals would have dropped maize like a hot potato. But maize ultimately had advantages: it’s a C4 plant, while wheat is C3: maize yields can be much higher.

Why didn’t people domesticate foxes, back in the day? Is it because foxes are solitary hunters, don’t have the right pack structure and thus can’t be domesticated, blah blah blah? No: they’re easy to domesticate. But we already had dogs: what was the point? You had to be crazy like a Russian.

One other factor has tended to suppress locally-domesticated plants – what you might call alien advantage. If you grow a crop near its origin, there will be local pests and pathogens that are adapted to it. It you try growing it in a distant land with a compatible climate, it often does very much better than in its own country. So… crops from Central and South America have done very well in Africa, or sometimes in Southeast Asia. Rubber tree plantations work fine in Malaysia and Liberia but fail in Brazil. Maize is the biggest crop in Africa, while manioc and peanuts are important. Most cocoa is grown in Africa: most coffee is grown in South America.

Sometimes, Diamond was wrong, but in a perfectly reasonable way, not in the devoted service of a flawed thesis, but just because the facts weren’t all in yet. We all need to worry about that.

He considered the disastrous impact of Eurasian and African diseases on the inhabitants of the New World, contrasted with a much smaller impact in the opposite direction, and concluded that a major factor had probably been transmission from domesticated animals. Eurasians domesticated quite a few animals, Amerindians not many – perhaps that was the explanation. In Guns, Germs, and Steel (p 207), he mentions measles, tuberculosis, smallpox, influenza, pertussis (whooping cough), and falciparum malaria as likely cases of transmission from domesticated animals.

We know a lot more about this we did twenty years ago, since we’ve been sequencing the genes of everything in sight – and it appears that Diamond was mistaken about the most important members of that list. TB appears to be ancient in humans, smallpox probably came from some East African rodent, while falciparum malaria seems to have derived from a form of malaria carried by gorillas. Measles really does descend from rinderpest, a cattle plague, but then rinderpest (and mumps) probably descend from bat viruses. Domesticated animals do play a role in influenza, along with wild birds. I don’t think we know the origins of pertussis.

So why then was the Old World such a fount of infectious disease? Well, it’s bigger. Civilization was older, had had more time to pick up crowd diseases. Humans have close relatives in the Old World that carried important pathogens (chimps and gorillas), while Sasquatches are germ-free. Important pathogens, especially those with insect vectors like malaria, maybe couldn’t make it to the New World through ice-age Beringia. Transportation and trade were more advanced in the Old World, and spread disease more efficiently.

I don’t think that Diamond was making excuses for Amerindians in this, as he was when talking about domestication: having lots of plagues isn’t usually considered an accomplishment. Origination in livestock seemed like a reasonable idea at the time, considering the state of the art. It seemed so to others as well, like William McNeill. It’s not totally wrong – definitely true for measles – but it’s not a huge part of the explanation.

Sometimes, Diamond was right. He says that it’s a lot easier for crops to spread east and west than north and south, and he’s correct. Middle Eastern crops worked in much of Europe, especially southern Europe, and also were important in India and China. On the other hand, maize had to adapt to shorter growing seasons as it spread into North America: this took time. Post-Columbian spread of maize in Africa was much faster.
Geographical barriers were major factors in slowing the spread of civilization. Although a few distressed mariners must have occasionally crossed the Pacific in ancient times, nothing significant (in terms of crops or ideas) seems to have made it across before Columbus. Amerindians had to develop everything themselves, while populations in the Old World were sharing seeds and ideas (and plagues). Having to invent everything from scratch is a disadvantage, no question.

The geography of the Americas greatly inhibited contact between Mesoamerica and the Andean civilization: even today the Pan-American highway doesn’t go all the way through. The Sahara was even worse, but most of the budding civilizations of Eurasia did manage some contact.

We could use more serious work on macrohistory and the rise of civilization: it’s an interesting and important subject. In particular, I’d like to see a really smart and detailed comparison of the two totally independent births of civilization in the Old and New Worlds. But this book isn’t serious. The thesis is a joke, and most of the supporting arguments are forced (i.e., wrong). Perhaps the most important thing we can learn from Guns, Germs, and Steel is that most people are suckers, eager to sign on to ridiculous theories, as long as they have the right political implications.

Monday, April 29, 2019

Sued for Living While White: Lawyers Say that Black Detroit Man Who Sued Three White Women He Accused of Calling Police on Him for "Gardening While Black" Has Settled with One of Them

By R.C.
Mon, Apr 29, 2019 10:05 p.m.

A Detroit man who sued three women he accused of calling police on him for "gardening while black" on the city's east side has settled with one of them, according to attorneys in the case.

Detroit "gardening while black" lawsuit settled

Detroit "gardening while black" lawsuit settled. Marc Peeples sued last month, saying he faced unjust police calls, stops and racial profiling because of the three east-side residents, who are white


Teenagers Killed in a Hit-and-Run over the Weekend Have been Identified; the Driver, Macario M. Hernandez, 61, Fled Crash on Foot but was Quickly Nabbed by Deputies....

By A Texas Reader
Mon, Apr 29, 2019 10:13 p.m.

"Police identify teens killed in Kyle hit-and-run" - Story | KTBC

KYLE, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) - The teenagers who were killed in a hit-and-run over the weekend have been identified. The driver, 61-year-old Macario M. Hernandez, fled the crash on foot but was quickly located by deputies. 16-year-old Payton Weissman and 18-year-old Hayden Weissman we


Express Smuggling: Cartels use buses to make millions moving Illegal Human Beings

By A Texas Reader
Mon, Apr 29, 2019 10:14 p.m.

Italy's controversial 'boot camp' integration school for refugees At mayor-founded academy, uniformed migrants repeatedly say thank you, do free community work and sing national anthem.

By R.C.
Mon, Apr 29, 2019 10:17 p.m.

Italy's controversial 'boot camp' integration school for refugees At mayor-founded academy, uniformed migrants repeatedly say thank you, do free community work and sing national anthem.

That's R-a-a-a-cis'! Bill Cosby Slams His Trial Judge for "Racial Hatred"

By "W"
Mon, Apr 29, 2019 10:22 p.m.
Bill Cosby Slams His Trial Judge for 'Racial Hatred' | National Enquirer

Lime scooters in Australia hacked to deliver lewd and racist comments

By R.C.
Mon, Apr 29, 2019 10:24 p.m.

Did they play Waltzing Matilda, too?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwvazMc5EfE

More Murder, Mayhem, Misogyny and Mexicans: The murder trial for Robert Fabian, the man accused of killing his girlfriend Zuzu Verk in 2016 and burying her body in a shallow grave, began Monday morning after being postponed several times.

By A Texas Reader
Mon, Apr 29, 2019 10:42 p.m.

More Murder, Mayhem, Misogyny and Mexicans: The murder trial for Robert Fabian, the man accused of killing his girlfriend Zuzu Verk in 2016 and burying her body in a shallow grave, began Monday morning after being postponed several times.

ATR: He was whoring around on her.

Pentagon Deploys Additional 320 Troops to US-Mexico Border

By A Texas Reader
Mon, Apr 29, 2019 11:11 p.m.

A niggardly number.

Black Monday: South African Farmers Demonstrate Outside U.S. Embassy to Bring Awareness on Epidemic of Farm Attacks and Murders

By R.C.
Mon, Apr 29, 2019 11:17 p.m.

R.C.: Why doesn't Trump, the World's Biggest Gasbag, offer asylum to these folks?

M: The Wrong Movie; Reviewed by David in TN

By David in TN
Sunday, April 28, 2019 at 9:16:00 P.M. EDT

I just watched M (1951) on TCM. It's close to a scene-by-scene remake of Fritz Lang's 1931 version. According to Red Eddie's intro, the critics blasted it, and it did nothing at the box office. A movie about a child murderer didn't exactly draw. Fritz Lang chortled the 1951 film was so bad it caused his 1931 classic “to get the best reviews I ever had.”

Eddie whined about poor Howard da Silva, Joseph Losey, etc. being “blacklisted.” da Silva continued to work. Losey changed his name, went to England, and directed critically acclaimed, nihilistic junk.

M (1951) had some similarity to The Sniper (1952). The “stop-me-before-I-kill-again” trope. Serial killers supposedly “can’t help it.” Losey wants the audience to feel sorry for David Wayne’s child killer.

A leftist doctrine of the time was criminals weren’t responsible for their crimes. Poverty is the root cause, driven to do it, childhood abuse, etc. Nobody can help it.

Around 1960 it became, “white racism causes black crime.” Some variants are still trotted out when considered necessary.

N.S.: The German term for this type of killer was “Triebtäter” literally, “drive criminal,” more precisely, “compulsion killer.”

Sunday, April 28, 2019

"Fat Sex Therapist" Says Diet Culture is a Form of "Assault"

By "W"
Sun, Apr 28, 2019 6:44 p.m.

Share this with your son and remind him not to be taken in by fat chicks who are trying to convince normal guys to date them.

"Fat Sex Therapist" Says Diet Culture is a Form of "Assault" (Summit News)

Texas GOP Chair Warns State Requires All Hands on Deck to Ensure Trump 2020 Victory

By A Texas Reader
Sun, Apr 28, 2019 8:30 p.m.

Texas GOP Chair Says Efforts to Flip State in 2020 Must Be Defeated - breitbart.com

Republican Party of Texas chairman James Dickey told Breitbart Washington editor Matt Boyle on Sirius XM's Breitbart News Saturday the Lone Star State will require all hands on deck to ensure a Trump victory there in the 2020 presidential election. "Without our 38 electoral votes no Republican candidate has a path to victory for the foreseeable future.


ATR: Make me laugh.

There are millions, literally, of Third Worlders here in Texas.

Only an imbecile could imagine them voting for Trump.

The Stupid Party rides again.

Texas-Style Justice... in Chicago?!

By A Texas Reader
Sun, Apr 28, 2019 9:00 p.m.

"Would-be armed carjacker fatally shot by concealed carry holder in Loop - Story" | KDFW - fox4news.com

CHICAGO (Sun-Times Media Wire) - A 22-year-old man died after being shot in the head Friday in the Loop. A 41-year-old man told police that he was in his 2015 BMW when a 2019 Volkswagen driven by ...


Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You are! Sri Lanka Bans All Face Coverings, Including Muslim Veil, to Facilitate Terrorist Identification

By R.C.
Sun, Apr 28, 2019 10:25 p.m.

Sri Lanka bans all face coverings, including Muslim veil, to facilitate terrorist identification — RT World News

The order comes into effect on Monday. It makes no exclusion for religious reasons, banning burqas, veils and masks alike. "A decision has been taken by the president to ban all forms of face covering that will hinder easy identification under emergency regulations," the presidential office stated on Sunday, as reported by India Today. The Sri Lankan government has enlisted the support of ...


Baltimore Mass Shooting Update: Police: Second Shooter Fired Back at Mass Shooter Near Perkins Baptist Church

By Prince George's County Ex-Pat
Sun, Apr 28, 2019 8:58 p.m.

Baltimore: 7 Shot, 1 Dead, Near Baptist Church, Gunman on the Run

By Prince George's County Ex-Pat
Sun, Apr 28, 2019 7:46 p.m.

PGCE-P: Somebody spill a 40-ouncer?

Brazil: 1,000 Amputations per Year of What?! A shocked Bolsonaro Blames "lack of water and soap"

By R.C.
Sun, Apr 28, 2019 11:00 p.m.

1,000 penis amputations per year in Brazil shocks Bolsonaro who blames 'lack of water and soap' — RT World News

Bolsonaro told reporters in Brasilia on Thursday the amputations are carried out "due to a lack of water and soap," and that the government has to work with men to make them know the dangers of bad hygiene practices. "When you get to a point like that, you see that we're really at the bottom of the pit," the 64-year-old president said, Globo reports.


R.C.: Barney Frank is sad.🤔

An Old Ukrainian Joke

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Saturday, April 27, 2019

City in Wisconsin Tries to Stop "Church" from Distributing Marijuana

By Prince George's County Ex-Pat
Sat, Apr 27, 2019 9:58 p.m.

"City in Wisconsin tries to stop church from distributing marijuana" | wfaa.com

Officials are trying to stop two men from distributing marijuana from their church in Madison, Wisconsin, the Wisconsin State Journal reports. The operators of the Lion of Judah House of Rastafari ...


N.S.: Rastafarianism is no religion. Rather it's a movement founded by genocidal black supremacist Marcus Garvey's followers to worship him and the mass murder of all whites, i.e., a parallel to the Nation of Islam.

Texas: After Son Had Fight with His Father, He Allegedly Repeatedly Ran Him over

By A Texas Reader
Sat, Apr 27, 2019 10:48 p.m.

"Once the physical altercation finished, the son hopped into a vehicle, was able to drive and strike the father, and then circle around at a high rate of speed and struck the father again," said sheriff Ed Gonzalez.

Racial Supremacism in Contest for Md. House Speaker: "Unity must outweigh politics and pride"

Sat, Apr 27, 2019 10:26 p.m.

"Unity must outweigh politics and pride": Contest for Md. House speaker takes racist turn

PGCE-P: Maryland has so many blacks because it has so many government jobs.

The black middle class in this country is totally dependent upon Big Business and Big Government for Mickey Mouse jobs that pay way, way too much.

Pope Francis Donates $500,000 for Central American Illegal Human Beings; Money Will be Used for Housing, Food, Necessities

By R.C.
Sat, Apr 27, 2019 10:20 p.m.

Pope Francis donates $500,000 for Central American migrants Money will be used for housing, food, necessities

Pope Francis donates $500,000 for Central American migrants

Pope Francis donated $500,000 to aid migrants in Mexico, the Vatican announced Saturday.


Don was right. Don is always right. "We do this in the old country." Illegal Alien Gets Caught Transporting His 15-Year-Old Sex Slave

By A.L.
Sat, Apr 27, 2019 9:28 p.m.

Don was right. Don is always right. "We do this in the old country."

Police Capture New Jersey Illegal Alien Transporting His 15 Year Old "Sex Slave"

4/27/2019, 8:47:22 AM · by Trump.Deplorable · 44 replies
Shore News Network ^ | 4/18/2019 | Shore News Network
LUCAS COUNTY, OH-A traffic stop in Ohio yesterday led to the arrest of an illegal alien from the sanctuary of state of New Jersey.

POWAY — A Woman was Killed and Three Others Injured Saturday When a 19-Year-Old Man Armed with a Rifle Opened Fire during Passover Services at the Chabad of Poway

By R.C.
Sat, Apr 27, 2019 7:15 p.m.

POWAY — A woman was killed and three others injured Saturday when a 19-year-old man armed with a rifle opened fire during Passover services at the Chabad of Poway.

The Essence of Evil: Sex with Children Has Become Big Business in America

By R.C.
Sat, Apr 27, 2019 5:35 p.m.

The Essence Of Evil: Sex With Children Has Become Big Business In America

"Supervised by Robots": Amazon AI Fires Warehouse Employees

By R.C.
Sat, Apr 27, 2019 5:29 p.m.

"Supervised by Robots": Amazon AI Fires Warehouse Employees - Sputnik International

BREAKING NEWS: SHOOTING AT SAN DIEGO SYNAGOGUE -- Several Wounded, Including Rabbi - Suspect in Custody

By R.C.
Sat, Apr 27, 2019 5:12 p.m.

BREAKING: SHOOTING AT SAN DIEGO SYNAGOGUE -- Several Injured, Including Rabbi - Man in Custody

One Child, Four, "Shot in the Head," and Another Two Wounded after Police Opened Fire on Suspect

By "W"
Sat, Apr 27, 2019 4:10 p.m.

One child, four, "shot in the head," and another two wounded after police opened fire on suspect | Daily Mail Online

The congoid thinks having kids w/ him should protect him from arrest.

Does Hollywood Seek to Incite Racist Lynchings? Warnings about Two Exercises in Racist Propaganda

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 3:33:00 P.M. EDT


GRA: This ad just showed up on TBS. An innocent black couple being threatened by a white guy. Demonization, anyone? Here's the storyline from Imbd:

Scott and Annie Russell [black] couldn't be happier after buying their dream home from a mysterious and lonely widower named Charlie [white guy, Dennis Quaid] in Napa Valley, Calif. Their newfound paradise soon turns into a living nightmare when Charlie -- still strangely attached to the house -- begins to show up and interfere in their daily lives. When his erratic behavior turns to obsession, the young couple soon find themselves caught up in a violent confrontation that threatens to destroy everything they hold dear.
GRA: WTF is wrong with the moviemaking industry, Madison Avenue, and TV, that they have to portray whites as stupid, evil, and murderous? These are some sick executives running our “entertainment” industry. How many whites, by the way, are going to go to this flick—in a theatre full of hootin’ and hollerin’ blacks, that are getting wound up to kill whitey? You’d have to be crazier than the white character in this white-hating movie,
The Intruder

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 4:30:00 P.M. EDT

Part 2: I happened to have TBS on (as background noise) and the commercial came on for The Intruder, which I just told you about. Part two of this story is the MOVIE that TBS was showing, that the ad appeared on—a vile piece of racist “comedy” called Fistfight.

It stars Ice Cube as a violent negro teacher, who spends the entire movie threatening a meek, white teacher (Charlie Day). This movie insults white people in a different way than The Intruder. It shows a white man, totally afraid of this black thug, unable to fight back. Every scene shows the white teacher with fear in his eyes, because earlier in this piece of crap movie, the black tells him, on the last day of school, he’s going to beat him to a pulp.

IceCube tells him, “Be a man!”

The white guy says, “I, I, I can’t.”

That was the first hour and 15, the rest of it, I could’ve cared less, WHAT happened with this garbage. The movie will most likely be repeated on TNT and TBS—this is a warning for the rest of the readers to avoid it—unless you like getting pissed off about what kind of movies are being made today.
NO ☆s out of possible 5.

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