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Coca Cola's pro-multiculturalism, anti-American "America the Beautiful" video ads - 02/03/14

... is to make money. If pushing multiculturalism will help them make money, that's what they'll do. Super Bowl ads are only minor cultural milestones. Other than that I tend to agree with him. The ad supports unity, by dividing people into islands separated by language and culture: America as a food court at a shopping mall. Where Coca Cola really tips their hand is on the behind-the-scenes video...

Conservatives lack competence to stop the "Knockout Game" - 11/21/13

In the "Knockout Game", a victim is knocked unconscious in a surprise attack. Most or all of the perpetrators are blacks and usually working in a group; most or all of the victims have been non-blacks. Victims have included the political class such as Matt Yglesias and Rep Grace Meng. All these assaults are "hate crimes" and instances of racial intimidation and even if small in number they...

Barack Obama's unthinking, sleazy comments on Trayvon Martin - 07/19/13

Barack Obama spoke earlier today about the Trayvon Martin issue and showed yet again that he's either incapable of thinking things through, or he's just a sleazy seeker of racial power. From Obama's remarks [1]: There are very few African American men in this country who haven't had the experience of being followed when they were shopping in a department store. That includes me. There are very...

Bill Richardson: "I don't think [Ted Cruz] should be defined as a Hispanic" - 05/06/13

... far-left concepts about race and multiculturalism by portraying those like Cruz or Marco Rubio as representative of all or most Hispanics. The way out is for them to undercut those like Richardson, not end up buttressing their Hispanic-centrism. See Bill Richardson for extensive background information on him, including one important issue you'll hear from no one else. UPDATE: Richardson is...

All in with Chris Hayes isn't diverse, despite his race obsession (MSNBC) - 03/30/13

Chris Hayes of the new MSNBC show "All in with Chris Hayes" has a quota system: few white men need apply ([1]). However, despite Hayes' obsession with race, his show is like other TV news shows in that it's woefully lacking in diversity, as will be described below. The picture below is a Media Matters for America chart that Hayes trumpeted to prove he's more diverse than others, and he recently...

Karl Rove wants GOP to engage in identity politics; how that will harm GOP and U.S. - 03/02/13

Last decade, George W Bush and Karl Rove greatly harmed the U.S. through their support for massive immigration. Their efforts also helped the leaders of the Democratic Party while greatly harming the electoral prospects of the GOP (particularly the California GOP). For his next dirty trick, Karl Rove wants the GOP to go whole hog on identity politics. From this: GOP strategist Karl Rove said...

NCLR, SEIU, LULAC, NALEO flex their racial power and threaten Congress in new amnesty push - 12/12/12

When is ethnic nationalism and a completely race-based attitude to everything OK? When is the raw pursuit of racial power OK? When is it OK to make borderline threats against Members of Congress? When Hispanics do it, of course. From "Latino Groups Warn Congress to Fix Immigration, or Else" by Julia Preston of the New York Times ( peekURL.com/zxs7JY2 ): The nation’s largest Latino organizations...

98% of MSM frontpage immigration stories by whites; should white reporters step down? - 10/25/12

A new study called "Bleached: Lack of diversity on the front page" [1] has some statistics that might prove shocking to many Latinos ([2]): Ever wonder why the news media often fails to reflect Latino perspectives on immigration and other issues? Maybe it's because Hispanics rarely write the big stories. White, non-Hispanic journalists wrote a whopping 98.2 percent front page articles this year...

Mitt Romney's shocking white solidarity ad - 09/18/12

The shocking video below is a new ad from Mitt Romney that - quite understandably as you'll see - is only running in parts of the upper Midwest and in the so-called "Polka Belt". On the video, Irmhild Weltgreifer - a lawyer from Duluth, Minnesota - takes Barack Obama to task for opposing Judge Sonje Untermayer, who Romney has stated he would like to appoint to the US Supreme Court. In the ad,...

Whites and Politics: an example of the problem - 09/09/12

"Whites and Politics" will take a look at serious issues that non-elite white people have when it comes to politics. First, to help identify some of those problems, take a look at "'Fashion's Night Out' Mob Trashes Audi In Greenwich Village" (link, [1]). It's yet another example of a large group of blacks staging a mini-riot; like many others it's been linked by Matt Drudge and has thus resulted...

The Oregonian covers up race-based attacks (Laurelhurst Park, Portland, OregonLive) - 06/17/12

Matt Drudge links to a The Oregonian story entitled "Portland police shorten hours at Laurelhurst Park after reports of group of teen boys attacking others" (link) with the text "COPS: Drunken mob of 150 teenagers run wild in Portland..." The Oregonian story doesn't give any indication about any motivations for the attacks or who was involved beyond saying that a police representative said that...

The Top 10 Things You Should Know About New Mexico's Demographic Changes and Immigration Politics - 06/04/12

(This is a Guest Post - subtitled A Look at the States Emerging White Communities Before the Republican Primary - by Vanessa Petherbridge and Ingrid Schneckldorf; original location here at the Center for American Progress) In advance of New Mexico's Republican primary tomorrow, here are 10 important facts about immigrants and White people in the state that display their significant economic,...

Review Deborah Schildkraut's "Americanism in the Twenty-First Century" (immigration, assimilation, Tufts, Russell Sage) - 05/31/12

... immigration and assimilation and multiculturalism are concerned [2]: I find that concerns about national disintegration have little merit at this juncture. Most Americans, regardless of their ethnic or immigrant background, have a common, yet complex view of what being American means. Table 1 shows patterns of opinions on some of the measures that capture ideas about what American means. It...

Tea Party incompetence: an example from PJMedia (Helen Smith v. John Scalzi) - 05/20/12

Here's yet another example of a Tea Party leader showing how incompetent they are (note: see Tea Parties for our extensive coverage). There is, however, one difference between the current and most past instances. In the past, Teapartiers seemed to have being the prime example of the "Dunning-Kruger effect" [1] as their goal. In this case, at least the Teaparty leader has admitted they're...

Michael Moore's racist, delusional fantasy about whites being a minority - 05/05/12

Back in 2004, Michael Moore wrote this [1]: 88% of Bush's support came from white voters. In 50 years, America will no longer have a white majority. Hey, 50 years isn't such a long time! If you're ten years old and reading this, your golden years will be truly golden and you will be well cared for in your old age. If you don't think Michael Moore is a self-hating racist, simply substitute other...

NCLR's Murguia: blacks, Latinos should "attack those common enemies" - 04/12/12

The video below is audio of Janet Murguia of the National Council of La Raza saying the following (via Radio Equalizer, [1]): I think for us it's about understanding that we have common interests and we have to be able to understand that our demographics today, a lot of people want to pit who’s the largest minority vs. who's taking over as the largest demographic and all that. We need to...

Can Tea Party or any conservative leader show how even Sally Kohn is wrong? (John Derbyshire, Colorlines, Fox News) - 04/10/12

Sally Kohn is a Fox News contributor who's one of the dumbest liberals [1] that's given access to a microphone. However - despite how easy she makes it - I doubt whether anyone in the Tea Parties or any conservative leaders [2] can show how she's wrong in her latest screed. Her screed is called "'The Talk' With My White Daughter: Don't Be Like John Derbyshire" (link). Showing her readers how it's...

Can Teaparty show how Annie-Rose Strasser is wrong about Derbyshire's "The Talk" column? - 04/06/12

The answer to the titular question is, of course, "no". John Derbyshire offers "The Talk: Nonblack Version", a very politically-incorrect post with tips for his Eurasian children when dealing with African-Americans (link). ThinkProgress writer Annie Rose Strasser responds with "National Review Writer Pens Racist Screed: 'Avoid Concentrations Of Blacks,' 'Stay Out Of' Their Neighborhoods" (link...

Bill Ong Hing's Orwellian, ironic war on white people, er, racism - 04/02/12

At the Huffington Post, immigration-related law professor Bill Ong Hing of the University of San Francisco offers "Honor Trayvon Martin's Death: Declare War on Racism" [1]. His ideas for that war are not only Orwellian, but ironic too: the "war" he has in mind would clearly just be directed at white people. I'm just going to provide an excerpt of the worst parts. While a persuasive argument...

Pete Hoekstra's Chinese "Now" ad (Debbie Spendit Now, Super Bowl, racism, stupidity, corruption) - 02/06/12

The video below (cached) is a controversial new ad from former Rep. Pete Hoekstra that ran during the Super Bowl. In it he calls his opponent for Senate from Michigan Debbie Stabenow "Debbie Spendit Now" and refers people to the site debbiespenditnow.com. The ad has set off a veritable firestorm of negative comments from the usual suspects, and the ad and the reaction to it are a microcosm of...

Pat Buchanan off MSNBC: Van Jones and elites win; working Americans lose; Teaparty still incompetent - 01/08/12

... honest disagreement with him on multiculturalism, but he's been consistently right about the impacts of a range of topics. 2. This is a minor victory for the elites: those who'd send U.S. manufacturing overseas, those who'd open the borders, and those who'd flood the U.S. with cheap Chinese products no matter the impacts on the vast majority of Americans. That includes elites from "both" sides:...

Michigan gov Rick Snyder against Arizona-style immigration law, wants to "celebrate diversity" - 05/22/11

Michigan governor Rick Snyder (GOP) has scored a hat trick: he's not fiscally extremist enough for the tea parties [1], the far-left is on the march against him [2], and he's also weak on immigration. From this: Speaking to the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Gov. Rick Snyder said that an immigration law such as the one passed last year in Arizona [note: something similar is...

GOP politician's ad: non-Jewish white people "should stick together" (Dan Adler, Debra Bowen, Janice Hahn) - 05/12/11

The video below is a shocking new ad from a GOP politician in which an actress says "we in the majority - non-Jewish white people - should stick together". That's followed by the Republican politician chuckling in agreement. In fact, the politician even announces at the end that he strongly approves of the message, and the ad is entitled "Stick Together". This shocking new ad - reminiscent of ads...

DiverseTea: tea parties to fight charges of racism... by enabling far-left concepts - 09/13/10

FreedomWorks - the group that pulls many of the strings on the tea parties movement whether the teapartiers want to admit it or not - is launching a new effort called "DiverseTea" (wouldn't "DiversiTea" be better?). They're doing minority outreach in an attempt to show how diverse the teaparties are (link): The ads [to be bought by Freedomworks], which will be accompanied by a yet-to-launch...

Is present-day Detroit partly the result of large-scale "ethnic cleansing" inside the U.S.? (of "Ethnic-Americans") - 03/14/10

This is just the latest in a long line of articles pointing out how Detroit is, in a manner of speaking, returning to nature. Their population has shrunk by half since the 50s, leaving large areas of that city abandoned and reverting to a somewhat natural state. And - since they don't have much money of their own - they want federal money to raze buildings and relocate residents. Certainly, a...

Janet Murguia of NCLR called out over Latino/Hispanic label not including indigenous people - 10/23/09

The attached video shows Janet Murguia - head of the National Council of La Raza - being called out by an indigenous activist over her contention that the "Latino" and "Hispanic" labels don't include the indigenous. It's partially a hilarious example of a Race Warrior being hoist on her own petard. It's also partially an example of how the power of such groups as the NCLR could be reduced, by...

Boy Scouts go after Hispanic market with Spanish-language Handbook - 10/09/09

Juliana Barbassa of the Associated Press offers this (bolding added): The Boy Scouts are making their debut "en espanol," with an advertising campaign launched Thursday and a soon-to-come Spanish-language Scout Handbook intended to draw Latinos to the ranks of the nearly century-old organization. The Spanish-language campaign, called "Valores para toda la vida," translated as "Values for life,"...

Newt Gingrich launches bilingual The Americano site, outreaches with far-left concepts - 09/22/09

... buys into far-left concepts like multiculturalism and "corporate pluralism", obsessively tying every topic under the sun to the authors' ethnic heritage. That's how the Democrats and the far-left maintain power; Newt isn't trying to take their power away by, for instance, pointing out the dangers of ethnic Balkanization and opposing racial power groups like the National Council of La Raza. The...

Sonia Sotomayor: affirmative action nominee for Supreme Court? Close to far-left Puerto Rico extremists? - 05/26/09

[SEE THE UPDATES] Judge Sonia Sotomayor is Barack Obama's choice to replace David Souter on the US Supreme Court. Weak GOP talking points are here; Peter Baker and Jeff Zeleny (remember him?) have the New York Times' take here. Was she selected only because of her outstanding grasp of legal issues? Or, was at least part of the selection due to the fact that she's a woman and a Hispanic? Were...

America.gov promotes Canada-style multiculturalism (from a melting pot to a "patchwork of cultures") - 04/22/09

While you weren't watching, Barack Obama's State Department has changed us from a melting pot into a Canadian-style multicultural society. Apparently some time around April 1 of this year, the section "A Patchwork Culture" was added to america dot gov at america.gov/identity.html America.gov is what might be called our "tourist/chamber of commerce brochure to the world" from the State Department'...

NCLR Michelle Waslin on assimilation and patriotism - 09/10/06

The April 4, 2006 editorial "An image problem" (link) discusses an NCLR email that shows what they really think about that whole "assimilation" and "patriotism" issue: Today in the letters section, the National Council of La Raza, which declares itself the "largest national Latino civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States," takes issue with our March 30 editorial, "'Room but...

Minneapolisians celebrate diversity, global connectedness, sweetness, light - 06/04/05

The wife (Megan O'Hara) of the mayor of Minneapolis (R.T. Rybak) offers us a wonderful, heartwarming, life-affirming lesson that's not just about that city's Minneapolis MOSAIC Arts Festival, it's about how absolutely wonderful immigration is. If you haven't yet had your daily cup of treacle, dip into "Our urban culture reflects heritage of immigrants" (link): Immigrants have come from across...

"Feng Shui, non-citizen voting, and invasive plant species?" - 08/06/04

Carnac takes a long, disturbing look at the envelope and says: CA State Assemblyman Leland Yee. Yee is the guy who I had previously associated only with his call to Feng Shui Sacramento (link). I couldn't recall his name, only referring to him as "Feng Shui guy." However, he seems to deserve a bit more scrutiny. He's a former San Francisco councilman, and the article "Latest Open Borders Fad: Non...

Danegeld, then and now - 07/21/03

Then (per Wikipedia): The Danegeld was an English tax raised to pay off Viking raiders (usually lead by the Danish king) to save the land from being ravaged by the raiders... the amount of silver paid impressed the Danes with the idea that it was more profitable to extort payments from the English than to take whatever booty they could plunder. Now: Corporate benefactors lined up on the dais of...

I coined "transnational progressivism" too - 04/09/03

... that should ring some bells. Multiculturalism, "corporate pluralism," etc.

Pearl Harbor? What was that? - 11/12/02

Janice Hahn concluded that showing Tora! Tora! Tora! on Pearl Harbor Day at a San Pedro Theater "would have been insensitive to the Japanese-American community". Reductio ad absurdum and discussing the rewriting of history is left as an exercise, as is writing a letter to Janice letting her know how you feel. Janice's contact info is availble here. Her email address is hahn @ council.lacity.org (...