Sunday, January 21, 2018

Because It Won't Produce Democrat Votes

Leftists oppose birthright citizenship … when it applies to Russians
NBC report prompts progressive frenzy on social networking

Ryerson University and Oppression of Whites

White students barred from meeting at Ryerson University because they were not 'racialized'

First-year journalism students Julia Knope and Trevor Hewitt were attempting to attend a meeting hosted by the Racialised Students’ Collective

Ryerson University removing ‘offensive’ White Students Union signs on campus

TORONTO — Ryerson University is reacting quickly to a group calling itself the “White Students Union,” with officials removing signs across campus and spreading the message that they are in no way connected to the university.

The group, which also calls itself the Students for Western Civilization, said on its website that it is based out of Toronto and is composed primarily of students and alumni of Toronto universities.

It also lists its mission statement as follows:

To genuinely explore ethnic and cultural politics in a forum which does not exclude rightist or conservative perspectives.
To organize for and advance the interests of Western peoples.
To promote and celebrate Western Civilisation.

Ryerson University To Host ‘White Privilege Conference’ Following Cancellation Of Free Speech Event

Canada’s Ryerson University, which canceled a panel on free speech by psychology professor Jordan Peterson following complaints from social justice activists, is slated to host “The White Privilege Conference.”

The university announced this week that it plans to host the conference on May 9 to 12, inviting academics to participate in discussions revolving around “white privilege and oppression in Canada (and beyond),” according to the event page.

Public university cancels ‘White Lives Matter’ rally, violating First Amendment

Claims its ‘support of the First Amendment cannot be questioned’

A regent of the Texas A&M University System is on the record saying it can’t block a “White Lives Matter” rally scheduled for Sept. 11 on the flagship campus in College Station.

As a public institution, TAMU would violate the First Amendment if it denied a public facility to a group “due to political ideology,” he said.

TAMU did it anyway.

Planned Parenthood: Kill the Living, Breathing, Independent "Baby On The Table"

Planned Parenthood Condemns House Passage of Bill to Ensure Babies Born Alive During Abortion Receive Care
Here's part of the reason for passage of the bill in the House: A representative of Planned Parenthood made this statement in Florida:
During a subcommittee meeting regarding H.B. 1129 – the Infants Born Alive Act – Planned Parenthood lobbyist, Alisa Laport Snow, suggested that killing a baby who survived an abortion is acceptable as long as the physician and patient agreed to it.
The morality of abortion is zero. Watch the worming around in this video:

Here's the Jordan B. Peterson You Tube Video That's Banned in 28 Countries

So he is not allowed to deny the charges against him. Incredible.

More HERE:
Google Has An Actual Secret Speech Police

Build The Damn Wall Already!

Headline of the Week

Obama Mocked Trump’s Political Ambitions. Trump Spent His First Year Dismantling Obama’s Legacy

Threatening With Their Crotches

So. We are to be impressed that it is their crotch which will drive their lives, their very ability to live, survive, create, sustain? Why would I doubt their abilities, based on this?

I'm Thinking of All Possible Diseases... Maybe Just Rot

Trump Redefines the Women's March

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Path to the Future and it's Cause

Prof: Valuing ‘emotion as knowledge’ fights 'white identity'

Hope Kitts, an assistant professor at the University of New Mexico, argues in a recent academic journal article that "valuing emotion as knowledge" is a good strategy for "deconstructing hegemonic white identity" in the classroom.

Endorsing the view that "racism is a white problem," she says students "should all expect to be uncomfortable at times" while they “develop a white identity that itself is critical of whiteness.”

A professor at the University of New Mexico (UNM) has called for professors to value “emotion as knowledge” to fight white supremacy and promote social justice.

Writing in the journal Whiteness and Education, UNM Research Assistant Professor Hope Kitts argues that “valuing emotion as knowledge” is a key way professors can promote social justice, especially if and when students are made to feel “uncomfortable.”


“To begin to discuss critical race concepts on whiteness, it is first necessary to explore the dynamics of naming the problem, calling racism white supremacy, since, as Leonardo writes, ‘racism is a white problem,’” (1) Kitts contends. “If the power of dominant ideology, in this case whiteness, rests in its invisibility and anonymity, identifying it and discussing it are initial steps towards its perception and subsequent deconstruction.”

[RELATED: Profs say classroom ‘civility’ promotes ‘white racial power’]

[RELATED: Academic: Teachers must prevent ‘assimilation’ of ‘whiteness’]

Kitt’s article, “Speaking the unspeakable: the role of speech in in a pedagogy of critical whiteness,” was published in the recent issue of Whiteness and Education. Edited by United Kingdom-based academics Nicola Rollock and David Gilbourn, the journal has been embroiled in longstanding concern about the depth of its peer-review process.

As Campus Reform has reported, many of the journal’s articles have been accepted for publication within two or three days of submission, leading academic experts to speculate over whether the journal has a faulty or even non-existent peer-review process.

Both Gillborn and Rollock have failed to respond to inquiries on whether the journal actually has a peer review process, and all 21 members of the editorial board have declined to comment to Campus Reform, as well.

Other recent articles published by Whiteness and Education include one on “confronting whiteness in a sea of whiteness,” and another on how “white power passes through the bodies of people of colour in higher education,” which suggested that helping white male athletes reinforces white supremacy.

Campus Reform reached out to Hope Kitts for comment, but did not receive a response in time for publication.

1. Tell that to the Tutsi Tribe in the Congo.
" One of the group's commanders told the Daily Telegraph in 2008, We are fighting every day because we are Hutu and they are Tutsis. We cannot mix, we are always in conflict. We will stay enemies forever.""

The purpose of the denigration

Here is a nutshell analysis of the nuts:
The Problem is Modernism vs. Post Modernism
Much of the confusion between liberal and centrist groups comes down to this modern/postmodernist distinction. As another example, since modernists believe in science and its utility, they are aware that obese individuals are at higher health risks. For postmodernists, however, the concept of health is just another oppressive force of Western colonial hegemony (since objective truth doesn’t exist and is merely manufactured as a tool of oppression), and so an entire cadre of “fat” activists mobilize themselves on social media, emboldened with postmodern concepts. Modernists recognize that nobody should be shamed or discriminated against for their appearance and believe that everyone has the right to make their own lifestyle choices, but are also concerned that distributing scientifically inaccurate information about health poses considerable risk to those who might believe it. Again, as in so many other cases, these disagreements fundamentally can be distilled down to science acceptance vs denialism.
[Actually is the focus purely on power, and how to diminish whites in order to enable Victimhood Classes who cannot compete]
The same dynamic unfolds regarding Islam. While modernists perceive an influx of Islam, and particularly conservative strains of Islam, in the form of unbridled mass migration, to pose a threat to Western culture due to its authoritarian, sexist and homophobic views, postmodernists consider a discourse about Islam from a Western perspective to reinforce historical power dynamics; therefore, Islam is off limits and may not be criticized by Westerners. Modernists discern differences between people and ideology and believe that while no one should ever be discriminated against (see above), bad ideas such as female genital mutilation (FGM) and the punishments within Islam for homosexuality and apostasy are not off limits from discussion, much like the absurdity of literal understandings of Christianity are frequent butts of jokes. For postmodernists, discussing these concepts are merely further examples of neocolonialism, therefore minorities within these same minority communities must suffer in silence.

In the end, the Weinstein/Evergreen State affair poses a significant crossroads to modern society, extending well beyond the conflict occurring on campus. Evergreen State represents the natural culmination of postmodern thought—roving mobs attempting to silence dissenting thought merely based on race, informed by far left theories that weaponize a victim status drawn solely from immutable, innate traits. Unfortunately, I cannot place full blame on the students either, as they have been indoctrinated with these ideas on the very campus that is now serving as the petri dish for applied postmodernism.

It is no coincidence that, while society outside the walls of campus looks on with disbelief, administrators to this point have been siding with the students. For if they were to repudiate the actions of the students, they would also need to repudiate the ideology with which they have been brainwashing them. In other words, taking a stand against the students would require administrators and professors to re-evaluate the meaning and value of the entire raison d’etre of their adult professional careers. Holding on to madness is a way of forestalling dealing with the grief that comes with the realization that one’s higher purpose has been a fraud. I am not sure of the final outcome, as this kind of process is long, difficult, and very, very painful.

But this internal struggle serves as a microcosm for the larger battle occurring in society between the ideas behind modernism and postmodernism. And the stakes are extremely high. As Weinstein articulated in his Rogan appearance, “Let’s put it this way, I believe at the moment coalitions are unholy alliances between two things. In this case you have the real equity movement, which are people who wish to end oppression, and then you have another movement that wishes to reverse oppression, and they don’t know that they are different because until you reach equity, they are pointing in the same direction.” For the sake of basic humanity and decency, let’s all hope that the Evergreen State affair has finally exposed this vital distinction.

Oh Geez. This Guy Runs Google...

Googe CEO: A.I. more important to humanity than fire, electricity
Given his social justice focused, Post Modern structured corporation, I'm sure that Pichai considers it more important than actual truth, as well.

Friday, January 19, 2018

Federal Prosecutors Will Be Interested In This

California AG: ‘We Will Prosecute’ Employers Who Cooperate with Federal Immigration Officials
The CA AG and Governor would be a good place to start the federal arrests and prosecution. Followed by the entire CA legislature.

The Democrats seceded in 1861 with disastrous results. It won't go any better for them this time.

Quote of the Day

The Democrats treat black people like the wife who will iron your shirt for a date with your mistress. They know they don't have to do anything to keep winning 90 percent of the black vote, so they've dedicated themselves to bringing in millions of Latin Americans who will vote for them -- and also do their gardening.
Ann Coulter

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Quote Du Jour

So, we've gone from a president who spent his first year in office calling America the shithole, to one who puts that shoe on the right foot.

I'm looking for a downside.

Twitter Has Your Personal Information.

Project Veritas Video: Twitter Pays Hundreds of Employees to Look at 'D*** Pics'
Use Twitter? Then it's too late.
Project Veritas: Twitter is selling your data to advertisers, you know — even your DMs

Shithole Countries: The Right Question

From Vox Day, in response to the Haitian protesters at Mar A Lago, shouting, "Our country is not a shit hole!":
And if their country is not a shithole, then why are they in the United States? Why do they complain so vociferously when Americans call for them to be sent back to these wonderful places?
Why? We know why... But the next question might be: "Are these people toilet-trained yet?"

And from the photos circulating, Haiti appears to be a grid of open shit canals and shit-filled streets and shit beaches, not to mention dirt cookies for children without actual food.
Haiti’s poor resort to eating mud as prices rise
Cookies made of dried yellow dirt become sustenance, livelihood, concern
Feces content of the mud is unknown.

Daily Shithole Update

Classifying Shitholes

And this:
UPDATE 1255E 16JAN2018: By popular demand, the map of calls-to-311 human feces reports in San Francisco:

And this:
Nearly a Billion People Still Defecate Outdoors. Here’s Why.

The problem isn’t just a lack of toilets—it’s a lack of toilets that people want to use. The result: millions of deaths and disease-stunted lives.