Monthly Archives: April 2014

Airport coincidence

While waiting for my plane at Nashville airport, I happened to see one of the Amren speakers, John Morgan, wandering about. When I greeted him, he said he was confused as to which gate his departure flight was going to … Continue reading

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Followup on the Amren conference

We just concluded the 2014 American Renaissance conference and, in my opinion, it was a smashing success. It was a success for me because I had a lot of fun, met a lot of wonderful people, made new friends learned … Continue reading

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Initial report from the American Renaissance conference

I’ve just wrapped up my first evening of the conference. From the moment I entered the door, a couple of hours before the official commencement at 5:00, warm greetings and familiar faces abounded. Circulating through the growing crowd, it quickly … Continue reading

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Who done it?

My friends, whom I’m visiting prior to the Amren conference, have dogs. When I arrived (a couple of days ago), somehow my glasses fell or got misplaced. The following morning I couldn’t find them. We looked and looked. Finally, I … Continue reading

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The downside of being racially conscious

Most people can watch television or movies for hours on end, and never even suspect they’re being indoctrinated. They mindlessly stare at commercials, sitcoms and talk-shows in the belief that all they’re absorbing is the surface message each program is … Continue reading

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Shooting in Kansas City

Some people are just crazy; it doesn’t take much to provoke them into committing acts of violence. Most of us need a lot of provocation before we resort to bloodshed; everybody has his snapping point. I don’t claim to know … Continue reading

Posted in crime and violence, Jewish stuff and Israel, politics and attitudes of the pro-white movements, shenanigans of the Left and of non-white activists, Uncategorized | 17 Comments

What can we be offended about today?

I remember, back in high school, being upset that a quiz question asked what date Christmas falls on. I didn’t know, and this hurt my score. As an adult, I view things differently; scoring a bit lower on a quiz … Continue reading

Posted in Africa and blacks, government/corporate discrimination against whites, Muslims | 23 Comments