Monday, December 29, 2008

Huge increase in black men killed/killing by firearms

Last year, for example, 426 black males between the ages of 14 and 17 were killed in gun crimes, the study shows. That marked a 40% increase from 2000.

Similarly, an estimated 964 in the same age group committed fatal shootings in 2007 AE a 38% increase from seven years earlier. The number of offenders is estimated because not all crimes are reported, said Northeastern criminologist James Alan Fox, who co-authored the study.

"Although the overall rate of homicide in the United States remains relatively low, the landscape is quite different for countless Americans living, and some dying, in violence-infested neighborhoods," Fox said.

[ There is an expectation that Obama will sort this problem out. ]

Downturn Boosts "Far-Right" Groups

Far-right groups across Europe could be gaining support as the financial meltdown continues.

The warning comes at a time of increased racist violence and attacks on gypsy communities across Europe.

A far-right group called the Hungarian Guard, which has been accused of persecuting gypsies, says it will defy attempts to ban it, as governments become increasingly concerned at the rise of the right.

It is feared that extremist parties could make significant gains in European elections next June, particularly in eastern European countries.

[ In Hungary people are forming militias in the countryside as gypsies are increasingly murdering them. Their own government, and (of course) the Left and the international community condemn such attempts at self defense. ]

Juries Not As Racially Diverse As The Communities From Which They Are Drawn

In his article, Sommers notes how a county in the U.S. has a sizeable number of African-American citizens. Across various trials, not a single jury had enough black jurors to indicate a jury composition representative of the more general racial demographics. The facts describe Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, just prior to Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

Various reasons exist why juries are often less diverse than the surrounding communities. Members of racial minority groups are often relatively underrepresented when it comes to driver's licenses and voter registration, both of which are lists often used to select people for jury duty.

Even when a diverse group of people shows up for jury duty, lawyers often consider race in deciding whom to challenge during jury selection. Prosecutors are often inclined to remove minority jurors from the panel because of expectations that such individuals are less likely to vote guilty in a case, even though the U.S. Supreme Court prohibits them from excluding jurors based on race.

[ Another factor, conveniently omitted here, would be that an extremely high proportion of African Americans are convicted felons According to Human Rights Watch in the year 2000, 1.4 million African American men, or 13% of black men, are disenfranchised from voting (and also jury duty) due to felony convictions, a rate seven times the national average. ]

Science discovers a lack of empathy between races

The results of the study, reported in the December issue of Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, reveal that we are better able to detect anxiety in members of our own racial group than in people of different racial backgrounds. Only the same-race observers detected an increase in anxiety when participants were engaged in an interracial encounter; different-race observers failed to detect this change. And even more interesting, only the same-race observers noticed changes in anxiety that matched up with the participants' actual stress levels (as determined by measuring cortisol).

The authors suggest that "race-matched observers appeared to draw upon subtle nonverbal indicators of intergroup anxiety that were undetectable to race-mismatched observers." They note that being out of tune to the emotional states of people from different backgrounds "may make it difficult to develop a sense of shared emotional experience."

[ "People from different backgrounds" is not really what they mean. What they mean is people who are racially (therefore very genetically) different - race is not "background". After all, you can have people from a variety of backgrounds who are still the same race - and this research suggests they can detect anxiety amonst each other. But scientists are on thin ice with such politically incorrect, yet biologically correct, observations. ]

What is the real motive behind the Israeli attack on Gaza

Israel's right-wing Likud party, widely favoured to win an election in February 10, has elected a candidate list dominated by hawks who believe in a 'Greater Israel' which includes the Palestinian lands: Arab east Jerusalem, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.

While two relative moderates took second and third place behind party chairman and former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the list was heavily weighted towards hardliners, results showed on Tuesday.

"Israeli public opinion is leaning to the right because it is sure that a peace agreement with the Palestinians is not possible at this stage," said Gideon Doron, a political science professor at Tel Aviv university.

[ The Kadima party has decided that their chances of re-election are substantially boosted if they show a tough line towards Palestinians. ]

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

super solar


there are some bad parts but (real site name) has an e-book section where one can search for books on solar power and turbine electrical generators and green stuff in general. spread the word, recycle everything, make solar mowers and tillers, build green houses with green-houses, ande spread the word in your community/sector - and share your knowledge with other cultural activists. protest nuclear waste. pickens has some good stuff.

this new tech makes methane and glass, no shit

and then there's solar in my latest blog


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Have you had any success in inspiring or educating family and friends in reducing their personal footprint? I have had limitied success and would value any helpful feedback.

Racial Tension In A 'Split Second'

In this study, subjects engaged in one-on-one conversations via closed-circuit television with someone of the same (intragroup) or different (intergroup) racial background. Unbeknownst to the participants, half of the conversations occurred with a brief delay - equipment was used to delay auditory and visual feedback for one second throughout the conversation. This delay was subtle and was not consciously detected by the participants. The remaining conversations occurred in real time, with no delay. Following the conversation, participants independently completed questionnaires about their experience, rating their feelings and those of their partners.

The results, reported in the December issue of Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, revealed that a mere one second delay in conversation was sufficient to raise anxiety in intergroup but not intragroup interactions. Both whites and minorities in the delayed intergroup conversation felt more anxious and viewed their partners as being more anxious compared to participants who engaged in conversations in real time. In addition, participants in the delayed intergroup conversation indicated less interest in getting to know their partners. Surprisingly, participants in intragroup conversations reported feeling even less anxious in the delayed conversation than they did when interacting in real time and were unaffected by the delay when it came to wanting to get to know their partner.

These findings suggest that ingroup members are given a "benefit of the doubt" following a brief delay in conversation. However, this courtesy is not extended to members of other racial or ethnic groups. In addition, these results offer direct experimental evidence of just how fragile intergroup relations are when people are first getting acquainted. This study also provides some insight into why it is that attempting to regulate our behavior to ease tension in interracial interactions can sometimes backfire.
[ Everyone's racist whether they know it or not. ]

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Too late? Scientists say we should expect the worst

"As an academic I wanted to be told that it was a very good piece of work and that the conclusions were sound," Anderson said. "But as a human being I desperately wanted someone to point out a mistake, and to tell me we had got it completely wrong."

Nobody did. The cream of the UK climate science community sat in stunned silence as Anderson pointed out that carbon emissions since 2000 have risen much faster than anyone thought possible, driven mainly by the coal-fuelled economic boom in the developing world. So much extra pollution is being pumped out, he said, that most of the climate targets debated by politicians and campaigners are fanciful at best, and "dangerously misguided" at worst.

In the jargon used to count the steady accumulation of carbon dioxide in the Earth's thin layer of atmosphere, he said it was "improbable" that levels could now be restricted to 650 parts per million (ppm).

[ Just look at the kind of characters our nations have elected as leaders. What is the chance of them making tough decisions and averting this prospective disaster? They don't seem to have any real will to do that now and now is the critical time for action. But then the current world financial crisis that threatens to cause a serious depression with reduced economic activity and possibly even mass starvation and war is one thing that could help. It could turn out to have been very convenient. ]

Chinese reporter chasing corruption claims disappears

A Chinese newspaper reporter investigating a suspicious real estate deal who has not been seen since five men pushed him into a car two weeks ago has been accused of bribery, in the second such case this month.

Guan's disappearance highlights the danger to reporters probing corruption in a country where officials are often close to business while also wielding power over police and courts.

Killings of reporters are virtually unheard of, but beatings, detentions and arrests are a risk for those who take on the powerful.

[ This sort of thing scandalizes typical northern Europeans because corruption is most alien the further you go towards Scandinavia. Is it something in the air? Is it just luck that Scandinavian culture just happens to be like that? No, it is biological. But now even these northern countries are increasingly ruled by corrupt politicians and "officials are often close to business while also wielding power over police and courts". They get away with as much as they can, and as the population becomes changed ethnically and loses its traditional chararacter, the corruption will spread. ]

Friday, December 12, 2008

The world is not going to be cutting greenhouse gases anytime soon. If ever

People - surprise, surprise - demand to be warm at the cheapest prices. Developing countries like China and India have ignored it completely, with their emission rising at 6% to 8% a year. China now emits more greenhouse gases than even the United States.

Carbon dioxide emissions, which were increasing about 1% a year in the 1990s, are increasing about 3% percent a year in this decade. Leaders all across the world, including Barack Obama, continue to look straight into the camera and proclaim that they are going to solve the global warming crisis - by 2020, or 2050, or 2100 or … sometime soon.

The world desperately needs to get serious, including President-elect Obama, Europe's leaders and every UN bureaucrat who dined handsomely in the evenings in Poznan. The truth is, the world is not going to be cutting greenhouse gases anytime soon. If ever.

[ Justifiably skeptical. Politicians just keep on making promises they never keep. The planet is in deep peril with this farcical democracy. As long as making money and feeding the economy is paramount there is no prospect of a reduction in greenhouse gases. We need nationalists to take power. People who care about their country and their population are most likely to do what it takes to preserve nature and consider what world is being left for future generations. ]

Thursday, December 11, 2008

An Enduring Crisis for the Black Family

In 1965, a young assistant secretary of labor named Daniel Patrick Moynihan stumbled upon data that showed a rise in the number of black single mothers. As Moynihan wrote in a now-famous report for the Johnson administration, especially troubling was that the growth in illegitimacy, as it was universally called then, coincided with a decline in black male unemployment. Strangely, black men were joining the labor force more, but they were marrying - and fathering - less.

Unfortunately, those warnings were as prescient as they were reviled. Civil rights leaders, worried about reviving racist myths about black promiscuity, objected to what they viewed as blaming the victim. Feminists were inclined to look on the "strong black women" raising their children without men as a symbol of female autonomy. By the fall of 1965, when a White House conference on the black family was scheduled, the Moynihan report and the subject had disappeared.

Through the power of his own example, Obama presents a chance to revive what Lyndon Johnson called "the next and the more profound stage of the battle for civil rights." Obama's memoir, "Dreams From My Father," conveys the economic, emotional and existential toll of growing up fatherless, and he has spoken movingly of his determination to ensure for his own children a different life. Yet tackling this issue won't be easy. When Obama gave a Father's Day speech lamenting "fathers . . . missing from too many lives and too many homes," Jesse Jackson was so incensed that he said he wanted to castrate Obama. Still, painful as the subject is, the alternative is far worse: racial inequality as far as the eye can see.

[ It is certainly odd how black men took to abandoning their families when they had more rights. Those unaware of this historical fact like to say that discrimination against blacks has brought this to be - when the facts show that when blacks were slaves they were much more family oriented. Obama is doing the right thing in attempting to set a good example. The biggest opposition he faces here seems to be from those keen to accuse anyone who identifies this as a problem as being racist. Jesse Jackson was furious with Obama for this reason. If blacks would establish family values they would better appreciate their need for a geographically separate culture in which their identity could be protected, nurtured and they would rule themselves.]

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Dictionary changes "reflect the fact that Britain is a modern, multicultural, multifaith society"

Oxford University Press has removed words like "aisle", "bishop", "chapel", "empire" and "monarch" from its Junior Dictionary and replaced them with words like "blog", "broadband" and "celebrity". Dozens of words related to the countryside have also been culled.

The publisher claims the changes have been made to reflect the fact that Britain is a modern, multicultural, multifaith society.

But academics and head teachers said that the changes to the 10,000 word Junior Dictionary could mean that children lose touch with Britain's heritage.

[ You don't have to be a Christian to find this horrifying. The intention must indeed be that children lose touch with an understanding of British history and sense of identity. This incident is only one of many attempts to do that. ]

UK primary school curriculum is further dumbed down

Traditional subjects such as history and geography are to be axed in the biggest overhaul of primary education for 20 years.

Timetables will instead be arranged around six 'areas of learning' that merge subjects into general themes.

Pupils will also spend more time learning how to deal with 'deep societal concerns' such as violence, drug abuse, obesity, teenage pregnancy and debt.

[ School is obviously not for academic learning, only for social control. ]

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Gang rape epidemic in London - police try to give a rational explanation!

Violent, degrading group sex, if not gang rape, is often a rite of passage for members or 'soldiers' as they style themselves - such as losing your virginity or going to the pub would be for other young men.

The majority of victims - 60 per cent - were white, while 28 per cent were black.

Scotland Yard identified certain characteristics among attackers. Around 40 per cent of suspects were described as Afro-Caribbean. A further 13 per cent were of Indian or Pakistani appearance.

Officers insist that this is not a race issue, simply a reflection that most gang rapes take place in the most deprived boroughs, which have disproportionately high ethnic populations.

[ Race is not an issue say the police, and they explain why, but it makes no logical sense. If the areas where most of these rapes are happening have "disproportionately high ethnic populations" then why aren't the victims also mainly from these ethnic populations, rather than white women? They can get away with saying this kind of lie because so few of us can spot it. And that is even more scary than the rape epidemic itself! ]

Friday, December 5, 2008

Further archaeological discoveries on the mysterious white tribe of Peru's Amazon

The remote nature of the site appears to have protected the site from looters as archaeologists found ceramics and undisturbed burial sites.

They were eventually wiped out by small pox and other diseases brought by the Europeans.

The women of the Chachapoya were much prized by the Incas as they were tall and fair skinned. The Chronicler Pedro Cieza de León offers wrote of the Chachapoyas.

"They are the whitest and most handsome of all the people that I have seen in Indies, and their wives were so beautiful that because of their gentleness, many of them deserved to be the Incas' wives and to also be taken to the Sun Temple."

[ If history could be freely researched and documented without the constraints against telling the true story of the white race, people would have a very different view of the world. Arthur Kemp's "March of the Titans" is a good, although not perfect, attempt. ]

Arguments over the ethics of abandoning a child with Down's Syndrome

Eugenics is one of those knock-down words used to silence argument. It was used several times last week, in radio discussions and articles about women choosing to give birth to babies with Down's syndrome.

The subject came up partly as advance publicity for a Sky Real Lives television documentary this Wednesday about a heroic young woman who adopted seven babies with Down's, whose mothers had rejected them. There was also a BBC news story last week suggesting that more women these days are knowingly choosing to give birth to babies with Down's.

In fact the news story was misleading.

More or less disguised was a strong tone of moral disapproval of anyone who feels that the birth of a Down’s baby is a misfortune, to be avoided if possible. Hardly anyone now dares to say so. The word "eugenics" is often used by Down's lobbyists to make the nasty suggestion that people who think it is right to abort a foetus with a Down's diagnosis are as bad as Nazis. This is argument by abuse.

[ Mongoloids and other similarly disabled children should be humanely killed at birth, it must be painful to have to decide to give the child into state care to have a horrible life, but that's still better than keeping it. Most healthy normal people have times as teenagers when they even contemplate suicide, so how cruel it is to perpetuate the life of a child who is at best nothing other than a pet for the parent determined to raise it, and at worst a huge burden upon them and upon the taxpayer to no positive end. In the Soviet Union disabled children were put in state care and also a bucket of water was kept where the mother gave birth and severely sub-standard infants were immediately drowned. It is only in modern times that it has become normal in the west to regard the disabled as if they were more important than the unimpaired. This is dysgenics. It even goes against "the golden rule" to "do unto others as you would have them do unto you" so it is hypocritical of liberals to overlook that fact. ]

Thursday, November 6, 2008

progressive evolution

how many generations until the genes cannot be dominated (in some subjects no more than 2) - probability of genes skipping r very high(that's a good thing(progressive evolution)) the northern stock grows itself - we are the civilized and the rulers of the beasts

plus i and other viikings add to the family - some here are flawless but spoken for

please do not translate this into another "romance" language. all of the meaning is lost when you transliterate something

for translation purposes 10/3

--why do you think we have so many hair colors?

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

a bit of racism

i sent this message to , a site devoted to Aztec revolution
you remember them, they are the first Americans and are/were natural born warrior cannibals.

i am as white as it gets. soy norse. soy alemano. soy amish. i speak 5 languages

one of my friends gave me some racist shit about surenos. i want you to know about this flag ( the old german flag) it had a bird and a symbol too.

this flag looks just like your flag.

your fight has been fought before. i don't want to fear for mylife and i don't want to fight or punish. what was wrong was done by my old parents. please take the fight to them but do not kill. no quieres mataron.
i am matthew in my body. i have been to spain. i took spanish in hs, and lived outside of san jose cal for 5 years

alemania(germany) tried conquest and lost to germans. violence is not an aswer for your pregunta.

i am begging for their lives. i love winter, snow and ice games and know(conoces) that any man would fight for his wife.

i come from a long line of proud yet stupid people. who bombed japan for what your doing. if your cause is just than you will succeed.

but i want to know qiero apprendir? why are drugs available in the south, why do the drugmen kill and wound? why do they steal people? why do they take lives? why do they use drugs

life is for men, war is for dogs.

and in the hands of women is no different

and in the hands of women is won by the fittest not the fattest.they do not wear glasses. or sleep any day besides sonday.

godbless you and your dream

should help you control us with little facts

if i know anything i know war. and in war you need inteligence, knowledge of the enemy.

my favorite quote from that book is

:"It is a poorly guarded secret that, deep down, white people believe if given money and education that all poor people would be EXACTLY like them. In fact, the only reason that poor people make the choices they do is because they have not been given the means to make the right choices and care about the right things."

before you tell anyone of this

i'm sorry if this should be in spanish

siento lo purposar la pallabras necisitar en latin

Matthew 26:11
11 The poor you will always have with you, but you will not always have me.


reise reise

Sunday, June 29, 2008


from an article @

Why aren't antibiotics over the counter?

Can anybody tell me why (in the U.S.) antibiotics have to be prescribed and are not over the counter. i find my self from time to time needing antibiotics for small infections and have to wait in a doctors office, bill insurance and so forth just to get the medicine so I can simply treat it. All I can figure is maybe it helps identify large scale health problems.
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no ... overuse of antibiotics leads to the strains of bacteria becoming immune to it then down the road they will no longer be useful. Plus, a lot of people think they can treat viral infections and they don't at all. If u don't REALLY need them, then don't take them ....
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----------i think once a year after the age of 40 you should take them to keep your heart up!


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