Monthly Archives: November 2011

Then What?

I will get back to reposting my old entries, sorry I’ve missed the last few days. For tonight, I just wanted to share this: Then What? Imagine waking up to an America where black intellectual and cultural inferiority were an … Continue reading

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Oxytocin is good for the White race

Much to the chagrin of a right-thinking Latina shrink: Oxytocin may be a social lubricant in some scenarios, but it has also been shown to produce some very un-PC emotional states, such as favoring of one’s in-group at the expense … Continue reading

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A new post

For a change. 5 Old-Timey Prejudices That Still Show Up in Every Movie I loved Cracked.com, but of course the site has to shove racial propaganda into its articles when it can. In this article, three of the “old-timey prejudices” … Continue reading

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Worst House episode ever

I watched the House episode “Role Model”, original airdate April 12, 2005. And I hated it. Not only did it do the usual liberal lies about racism, it destroyed House’s character – thankfully, only for one episode. It’s about a … Continue reading

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We’re doomed.

Yes, I actually was naive enough to think that Obama’s stances on the issues and record were more important than his skin color. Ha, ha! Shows what I knew. I knew that his fans supporters were excessively emotional about him, … Continue reading

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Slavery: don’t blame Whites

How Islam breathed new life into slavery and the slave trade in Europe I recently bought the book White Gold, a true account of Europeans enslaved in the Ottoman Empire. It got me curious, and on further digging, I learned … Continue reading

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The Diversity Recession

Guess again who’s to blame for U.S. mortgage meltdown Analysts point not to greed, but to social activist politics In a nutshell, Liebowitz contends that the federal government over the last 20 years pushed the mortgage industry so hard to … Continue reading

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