The mysteries of white people and multicultural politics

What is up with white people? Why is their hair so often yellow?

Why do they distribute weapons among their commoners?

Example of an armed citizenry: Heroic private citizen defends his fellows, gets murdered by cops.

I am not sure whether the armed citizen is the blond-bearded man shown in the picture below. Regardless of whether the armed citizen was white, clearly white people were involved in this.

It has been said that the weirdness of white people results from the odd environment of Ice Age Europe, where they developed a quirk for altruism, monogamy, and Jante’s Law. It seems that white altruism, which probably was a survival trait in the Ice Age, has become a harmful trait that is driving whites to extinction. I don’t know. Read what Kevin MacDonald has written and make up your own mind.

White people are a mystery. However, I present 17 stories that tangentially relate to whites, mostly in the context of government misconduct.

One story is NOT about government misconduct. It is about a leader in Hungary who is trying to prevent white people from driving themselves into extinction.
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Abuse of power comes as no surprise in 2018

I tried to assemble a few dozen stories of current events but I ended up with a few dozen stories of government misconduct. Police, bureaucrats, politicians, corporate profiteers, lobbyists – no one who reads this blog is likely to be surprised at the following abuses of power.

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Cruz looks like a false flag

According to a senior at Stoneman Douglas High School who appeared on The Alex Jones Show Thursday, United States Secret Service personnel were on the ground at the school several weeks before the shooting to change security protocols.

Jalen Martin told the Texas talk show host that a teacher of his had confirmed that indeed the Secret Service was present at the school a few weeks prior.

The student’s testimony dovetails with buried reportsthat a fire drill and an active shooter drill were, in fact, already scheduled for Valentine’s Day.

Martin said there had already been one fire drill earlier Wednesday morning before the alarm went off for a second time which prompted the principal to announce over the loudspeaker for all students to evacuate.

Additionally, a teacher at the school told MSNBC’s Rachal Maddow that her and other staff were told at the beginning of the semester that an active shooting drill would be taking place sometime during the semester and that the drill would be unannounced.

Why would the Secret Service have changed security protocols at the Stoneman Douglas High School, unannounced to teachers and other staff, just weeks before the shooting?

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Checking back on the prediction of collapse

Valentine’s Day had been predicted as a collapse.


I have looked for evidence of a collapse. I have found evidence of a minor sell-off too small to be called a crisis, much less a collapse. Various columnists speculate that the financial world has shifted from optimism to pessimism, and from greed to fear. However, the losses appear to be minor:


Last year I posted the following:

Predictions of disaster sell well on the 21st century Internet because alienated people only feel hope when they imagine their oppressors imploding.

The following is a prediction of disaster with a specific date:

While most asset managers have been growing increasingly skeptical and gloomy in recent weeks (despite a few ideological contrarian holdouts), joining the rising chorus of bank analysts including those of Citi, JPM, BofA and Goldman all urging clients to “go to cash”, none have dared to commit the cardinal sin of actually predicting when the next crash will take place.

On Sunday a prominent hedge fund manager, One River Asset Management’s CIO Eric Peters broke with that tradition and dared to “pin a tail on the donkey” of when the next market crash – one which he agrees with us will be driven by a collapse in the global credit impulse – will take place. His prediction: Valentine’s Day 2018.

Here is what Peters believes will happen over the next 8 months, a period which will begin with an increasingly tighter Fed and conclude with a market avalanche:

“The Fed hikes rates to lean against inflation,” said the CIO. “And they’ll reduce the balance sheet to dampen growing financial instability,” he continued. “They’ll signal less about rates and focus on balance sheet reduction in Sep.”

Inflation is softening as the gap between the real economy and financial asset prices is widening. “If they break the economy with rate hikes, everyone will blame the Fed.” They can’t afford that political risk.

“But no one understands the balance sheet, so if something breaks because they reduce it, they’ll get a free pass.”

“The Fed has convinced itself that forward guidance was far more powerful than QE,” continued the same CIO.

“This allows them to argue that reversing QE without reversing forward guidance should be uneventful.” Like watching paint dry. “Balance sheet reduction will start slowly. And proceed for a few months without a noticeable impact,” he said. “The Fed will feel validated.” Like they’ve been right all along.

“But when the global credit impulse reverses, it’ll be a cascade, an avalanche. And I pin the tail on that donkey to be Valentine’s Day 2018.”

I have never heard of this guy. But I have a blog that can record predictions and look back at them. So I will clone this post and we can check back on 15 February 2018.

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the Clintons bribed lots of folks and now it is coming to light

Update: FBI texts refer to “M” and “S” who apparently used BleachBit to delete evidence of governmental malfeasance.

>An FBI informant told three congressional committees in a written statement that Moscow routed millions to America with the expectation it would benefit Bill Clinton’s charitable efforts as then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pushed through a “reset” in U.S.-Russia relations, the Hill reported.

>The informant, Douglas Campbell, said in the statement, which was obtained by the Hill, that Russian nuclear executives told him Moscow hired American lobbying firm APCO Worldwide because it would influence the Obama administration and specifically Hillary Clinton.

>Campbell testified, according to the Hill, that Russian nuclear officials “told me at various times that they expected APCO to apply a portion of the $3 million annual lobbying fee it was receiving from the Russians to provide in-kind support for the Clinton’s Global Initiative.”

>“The contract called for four payments of $750,000 over 12 months. APCO was expected to give assistance free of charge to the Clinton Global Initiative as part of their effort to create a favorable environment to ensure the Obama administration made affirmative decisions on everything from Uranium One to the U.S.-Russia Civilian Nuclear Cooperation agreement. “

One of Peter Strzok’s text messages shows the embattled FBI agent complaining about a case in which “material misrepresentations” were made to obtain a spy warrant in the FISA Court.

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