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What Went Up in Flames

By Jared Taylor
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Message to Our European Comrades

By Jared Taylor
September 18, 2017 - New York, New York, United States - Rise and Resist, a direct action group conducted a demonstration focused on the administration's racist policies at the main corridor of Grand Central Terminal, followed by a march to Times Square. A total of 10 demonstrators were arrested during the march. (Credit Image: © Erik Mcgregor/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)

Who Is a White Supremacist?

By Jared Taylor

April 25, 2019

Happy Stephen Lawrence Day!, Commentary by Gregory Hood


The UK’s new annual struggle session.

“Separate is beautiful.”

The plan also may decrease chain migration.

Dem event organizer: “Racism and sexism are part of the fabric and the fiber and the founding of our country.”

He had been arrested in December on several indecency charges.

Change is supposed to “enable indigenous peoples to move forward.”

“Burglary tourism” is also hitting Texas, Arizona, and Colorado, and several European countries.

But Mexico says its policy hasn’t changed and will not change.

He will be speaking out against the “the Islamafication of Britain.”

How diversicrats capitalized on a bogus “racism” claim.

You’ll never guess why.

It’s the role of a professor to “help students see their complicity and collusion with white racism.”

James Byrd’s killer was executed Wednesday night.

April 24, 2019

New York Times actually asks the question.

Illegals formerly allowed to post bond and disappear will now be detained until their hearings.

Twenty foreign countries have overstay rates of 10 percent or higher.

Fees average $10,000 per person.

Wake Forest SJWs say nothing’s changed since 1962.

New book argues that the South African government is complicit in the farm murders.

She didn’t get promoted to positions she thinks she deserved.

Asian admissions plummeted after magnet schools sought greater “diversity.”

Black women hold only 5 percent of management jobs in STEM.

She was pregnant.

The driver was unhapy that a procession blocked the road.

April 23, 2019

Jesse Lee Peterson marvels at white surrender.

He says his plan has the support of Stephen Miller.

U.S. soldiers complied to deescalate the situation.

“The purpose of the text is to promote critical thinking.”

White man was murdered defending his property in carjacking.

“Wisconsin woman” Waheba Issa Dais.

Baltimore’s white heritage can be saved only if whites move back in.

Twitter critic: “This commercial spits on the trauma in our veins and the fight of our ancestors.”

Screenings of headwear and hair are running up against Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.

They are the son and daughter-in-law of the first president of independent Guinea.

Black justice from a black judge for a black criminal.

April 22, 2019

When One Crime Becomes Two, Commentary by Chris Roberts


Whites excuse those who prey on them.

300 mostly black teenagers continued fighting even after they were kicked out.

His group had stopped a group of 300 illegals a few days earlier.

The offending player is black.

Girls discussed their disguises: “From the moment we put on these clothes, we NIGGAS!”

A ray of light breaks through the fog.

Educational level is not sufficient for selecting “high-skill” immigrants.

Old white men “are out of step with ascendant forces in the party today.”

She sang “Pickaninny Heaven” and “That’s Why Darkies Were Born.”

The platforms say they are protecting their users from “bad actors.”

The bomber’s name was Mohamed Azzam Mohamed.

Muslim group is suspected in bomb plots against Christians.

April 21, 2019

What Makes a Nazi?, AR Classic Article


Lothrop Stoddard on the Third Reich.

April 20, 2019

Who Hates Notre Dame?, Commentary by Gregory Hood


And what do they want for it now?

April 19, 2019

Multicultural Vikings, Commentary by Robert Hampton


Academics who want to steal our past from us.

“It’s time to punch a few Nazis.”

Chem department chairman: “If there isn’t a pool of viable, strong candidates, it is not a good thing to hire a weak candidate.”

“When offense becomes so easy, it takes the fun out of offending!”

The city even has a “poop patrol.”

Uniting students “under the broader umbrella of inequality and privilege.”

White woman used the word “nooses” too many times.

The policy was changed because of “repeated inquiries from prospective applicants.”

Non-whites “disproportionately carried the burden of federal prohibition.”

Thought crime.

Library collections are paid for by “black and brown lives.”

Black lawmaker “likened restrictions on abortion to slavery.”

Teenager “never broke stride as he dashed away.”

Editorial board generalizes from one case of mistaken identity.

April 18, 2019

Black Rule in Zimbabwe, AR Classic Article


Happy Zimbabwean Independence Day.

It’s going to be a hot summer.

There will be about 32 million Hispanics eligible to vote in 2020.

It has gone as could have been foreseen.

Reparations, postal banking, federal job guarantees, etc.

The city’s districts were drawn to serve black interests.

The charter schools want more money than the law allows.

Of the 258 blacks kill by police in 2015, only 17 were unarmed and shot by white officers.

Nearly 200,000 Nepalis live in the U.S.

Efforts to fix the “pipeline” have failed.

Saying, “Martin Luther Coon King Jr. Park” was an inadvertent “jumble of a couple of words.”

10 percent of the serious crimes in Germany are committed by asylum seekers or refugees.

April 17, 2019

Hafsa Askar of the French Student Union doesn’t care if it burns.

Tatus Vanhanen would have turned 90 today. This review highlights some of his finest scholarship.

James O’Keefe uncovers the policy.

There Is No ‘Labor Shortage’, Center for Immigration Studies


When employers complain of a shortage, they mean a shortage of workers willing to accept low wages.

Barr’s decision expedites the removal of thousands of migrants.

This information wouldn’t be available to the public if Donald Trump weren’t president.

Driver circled the block, ran up on the sidewalk, and hit the boys from behind.

University initially submitted to a heckler’s veto.

Evidence suggests that the builders’ ancestors came from Anatolia.

Three windows were also broken.

When bar passage rates drop, it’s bad news for law schools.

875 French churches were vandalized last year.

April 16, 2019

Local historian calls it a “modern-day book burning.”

He goes back to El Salvador after his prison term.

She’s the first woman to be given a Special Citation honor.

There’s a right way and a wrong way, says Muslim cleric.

Low-IQ criminals could also get a break.

One of the teenagers allegedly kicked her stomach and said, “I hope he dies.”

Groups want the city to find some other street to rename.

New 20-acre detention facility will be on land that’s currently a cornfield.

He embodied the “crisscrossing and crosscutting ways of global blackness.”