Australian commission explains why Prof. Fraser’s letter to newspaper was illegal.
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April 3, 2006
Police Brought in As Teachers Lose Control at Berlin School, Deutsche Presse Agentur
Teachers have lost all authority at majority-Muslim school.
Farms of Fear, Times (London)
White South African farmers are being robbed and murdered, and the authorities do nothing.
Soccer official: referees may take bribes, but should not let themselves be influenced by them.
Students suspended for waving American flag too aggressively.
“If such demonstrations continue, I think we will have a bill for the President to sign soon.”
Bloomberg: Illegals Needed to Take Care of Golf Courses, WorldNetDaily
A billionaire’s perspective on illegal aliens.
Not enough Hispanics working in California’s Forest Service.
Police used excessive force against congresswoman because she was black, says lawyer.
School has threatened to kick girl off of track team for Confederate flag T-shirts.
April 1, 2006
American Renaissance April 2006 issue, Amren.com
If you haven’t subscribed to American Renaissance yet, here’s what you’re missing in the April 2006 issue: Ian Jobling reports on the largest American Renaissance conference ever. Speakers included the foremost racial activists from four continents. British National Party Chairman Nick Griffin spoke about his ongoing trial for incitement to racial hatred, declaring, “If they […]
March 31, 2006
Australian government declares race-realist letter to newspaper against the law.
The Rise of the ‘Childfree’, BBC News
Many Europeans choosing to remain childless.
Cafe posts cartoon exhibit mocking Islam and other religions; Muslims threaten to burn it down.
Politician Calls for Refugee Crackdown, Aftenposten (Oslo)
Progress Party leader says asylum seekers “ticking time bombs.”
House Republicans show a fighting spirit over amnesty.
A Hard GOP Line Could Erode Latino Vote, Los Angeles Times
RNC chairman: “The Republican majority already rests too heavily on white voters.”
OTMs: Non-Mexican Migrants Caught, Then Often Released, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (Ontario, Cal.)
Despite government promises, Border Patrol has not ended catch and release policy.
Book store chains refuse to sell magazine issue containing Mohammed cartoons.
McKinney Cancels News Conference, WSB-TV (Atlanta)
Capitol police plan to issue arrest warrant for black congresswoman who punched policeman.
Opponents of Amnesty to March on the South Carolina Statehouse, Council of Conservative Citzens Press Release
White activist group to protest senator who voted for amnesty.
March 30, 2006
Frist Retreats From ‘Amnesty’, Washington Times
Senator concedes Senate immigration bill will likely include guest-worker program.
City May Buck Feds On Immigration, Chicago Sun-Times
Chicago makes its illegal alien sanctuary policy into law.
American Dhimmitude, National Review Online
Illegal alien marches weren’t about immigration: they were about power.
California Prisons Uneasily Prepare to Desegregate Cells, Wall Street Journal
California prisons apprehensive at new court-ordered desegregation policy.
Report: McKinney Punches Cop, News 11 (Atlanta)
Congresswoman punches policeman for doing his job.
No More Sugar and Spice: Girl Gangs on Rise in D.C., Washington Times
Black girl gangs go after each other with baseball bats and ice picks in DC.
Radio Host Who Used Slur Joins NAACP, Wants Job Back, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Man who said “big coon” does the ultimate in groveling.
Brussels Prosecutes Aramaic Priest and Fugitive for Islamophobia, Brussels Journal
Another European prosecuted for saying the obvious.
Family-friendly laws encourage high birthrate in France.
New French immigration law will make it harder for immigrants to bring in relatives.
March 29, 2006
Marchers Say Gringos, Not Illegals, Have To Go, WorldNetDaily.com
Mexican nationalism of marchers was covered up by mainstream media.
Boehner Hints a Back Down on ‘Amnesty’, Washington Times
Many in House state willingness to compromise with Senate over amnesty.
Mexican Illegals Vs. American Voters, Washington Times
“Legislate on, you proud and foolish senators—and hasten your political demise.”
Governor Gets Illegals Bill, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Bill denying benefits to illegals and penalizing employers who hire them passes GA legislature.
Panel Discusses Controversial Mural, Daily Beacon (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)
Some find 50-year-old mural that shows happy blacks in cotton field too much to bear.
“Stop Snitching” T-shirt fad hindering prosecutions of criminals.
Swedish Welfare State Collapses as Immigrants Wage War, Brussels Journal
Young Muslims say they are waging a war against Swedes through robbery.
Training program must accept Muslim woman who refuses to shake hands with men.
Canada should expand already existing program to bring in farm workers from Mexico.
March 28, 2006
Panel OKs ‘Amnesty’ Bill, Washington Times
However, Judiciary Committee’s amnesty bill may not come to the floor of the Senate.
Concern High Over Immigration, Washington Times
Polls show Americans oppose measures making it easier for illegals to become citizens.
Post Office Caters to Hispanics—It’s Memphis’ First Bilingual Mail Center, Commercial Appeal (Memphis)
First bilingual post office in the South opens.
Things Get Worse for Radio Host Who Used Epithet, Belleville News-Democrat (Ill.)
Man has now been fired from two jobs for accidentally saying “coon” on the radio.
Ohio contemplates taking down statue of “racist” 19th century politician.
Italian PM: “We don’t want Italy to become a multiethnic, multicultural country.”
Goodbye Europe, FrontPage Magazine
The most popular name for boys in Belgium is Mohammed.
Rift Emerges Among Young Haves and Have-Nots in France, Los Angeles Times
Blacks and Arabs from Paris suburb come to protests to “beat up on little white kids.”
Government ‘Hiding’ Immigration Impact on Housing Growth, MigrationWatch
Why does Britain needs to build 4.8 million houses by 2026?
Why Is There So Much Hate Inside Us?, Arab News (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia)
Saudi boys say they like to torment foreign workers for fun.