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Friday, May 24, 2013

Is This Racism, or FACTS?

Quoting an excerpt from Pat Buchanan's article in Taki's Magazine, May 14, 2013 "The Heretic at Heritage":

... In The Wall Street Journal last month, Warren Kozak noted that 28,000 students in America’s citadel of diversity, New York City, took the eighth-grade exam to enter Stuyvesant, the Bronx School of Science and Brooklyn Tech, the city’s most elite high schools. Students are admitted solely on their entrance test scores.

Of the 830 students who will be entering Stuyvesant as freshmen this fall, 1 percent are black, 3 percent are Hispanic, 21 percent are white—and 75 percent are Asian.
Now, blacks and Hispanics far outnumber Asians in New York. But at Stuyvesant, Asians will outnumber blacks and Hispanics together 19-to-1.
Is this the result of racially biased tests at Stuyvesant?
At Berkeley, crown jewel of the California university system, Hispanics, 40 percent of California’s population and an even larger share of California’s young, are 12 percent of the freshman class. Asians, outnumbered almost 3-to-1 by Hispanics in California, have almost four times as many slots as Hispanics in the freshman class. Another example of racial bias?
The 2009 Programme for International Student Assessment, PISA, which measures the academic ability of 15-year-olds worldwide, found the U.S.A. falling to 17th in reading, 23rd in science, 31st in math.
Yet, Spain aside, not one Hispanic nation, from which a plurality of our immigrants come, was among the top 40 in reading, science or math.
But these folks are going to come here and make us No. 1 again?
Is there greater “underclass behavior” among Hispanics?
The crime rate among Hispanics is about three times that of white Americans, while the Asian crime rate is about a third that of whites ...

Friday, May 3, 2013


BE SURE NOT TO MISS MY NEW BOOK:  MORNING CRAFTS published by Arktos just yesterday.

My friend Alex Kurtagic created the cover: 


When I were young...

Why cannot Britain learn from American experience? When I were young - I were - America was 90% Caucasian and the envy of the world, a place with low crime rates, good schools, a decent popular culture, almost no recreational drug use, low rates of divorce, pornography had not become a wall-to-wall industry, adultery had not become a spectator sport, a land that enjoyed a general moral concensus, children were allowed to run about outdoors instead of feeding on news report concerning the new popularity of anal intercourse, etc., etc. A country with an economy, insead of an economy with an hollowed-out country chasing along behind. Today my country is a land of mutual strangers who don't like each other very much. The word "anomie" has been coined exactly in order to describe the attitudinal condition of today's North America. Morality? That's not hip. Imperialism is the temptation to glue together unlike peoples for the supposed benefits that are expected to result, never mind the psychological, spiritual, and cultural disorganization that is its real attested result. Today America is in process of setting up a fissiparous demographic that redounds to the benefit of the 1% and derogates everyone else. It is a lethal arrangement that promises to replicate the experience of Yugoslavia, of the multiracial empires of Britain (sorry), France, Austria-Hungary, Tsarist and Soviet Russia, Holland, Belgium, Imperial and Hitlerite Germany, Japan, Babylon, Assyria, Alexander, Persia, Athens, Rome (a polity that as it was crumbling offered citizenship to everyone), Hittite land, the Ottoman realm, Huns, Mongols, Napoleon, Hapsburgs, Prussia, and a few dozen other misadventures that necessarly collapsed in pools of blood and unhappiness.