Monthly Archives: May 2012

Tales From Detroit: Two Shot Over Kool-Aid

Michigan H/T SBPDL While researching Jamaica for the Caribbean Project, I continue to be struck by the similarities between Kingston and Detroit. In both cities, you will find the same type of casual violence by the Black Undertow, even down … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Rent a Rasta

Jamaica This is unquestionably the single most disgusting aspect of modern Jamaica: every year as many as 80,000 Western mudsharks, mostly the fat, old, and ugly women from Europe, travel to Jamaica alone to participate in sex tourism with the … Continue reading

Posted in Diversity, Jamaica, Negroes, Race Realism, Race Relations, Racism, Whiteness, Women | 53 Comments

Caribbean Project: Review: The Dead Yard

Jamaica Ian Thomson’s The Dead Yard: A Story of Modern Jamaica is a travelogue with an occasional sojourn into history that attempts capture the essence of post-independence Jamaica. In 1962, Jamaica gained its independence from Britain along with dozens of … Continue reading

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Tales From Detroit: The D Fights Back

Michigan Detroit, the American flagship of the Black Undertow, was recently profiled on the Beeb and Russia Today: [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_Vh2t-OOfU]

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Tales From Detroit: Crumbling Veteran’s Monument

Michigan What does the crumbling WW2 Memorial in Detroit symbolize? Like the Grand Army of the Republic building, it symbolizes an America that has been destroyed by Yankee utopian projects. Its crumbling edifice heralds the spectacle of national disintegration. Note: … Continue reading

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(In)Justice Department Shakes Down University of California San Diego – Another Campus Hate Crime Hoax

California Eric “My People” Holder’s (In)Justice Department has ended a two-year-long investigation of alleged R-A-C-I-S-M at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), in return for a commitment by the university to spend millions of dollars on black and Hispanic … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Trench Town

Jamaica Thie documentary below explores the life of the Black Undertow in Trench Town in post-independence Jamaica. Trench Town, the home of DWL music legend Bob Marley, is one of the most violent ghettos in Jamaica which is the third … Continue reading

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Caribbean Project: Slavery In Jamaica

Jamaica In the BBC documentary “Slavery In Jamaica,” the rise and fall of the Beckford family is used to illustrate the plantation system. Where there is now barbarism, there used to be civilization. Where there is now a gangbanger and … Continue reading

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Romney Pussy Footing on Racial Issues

I have supported the Romney for President campaign. Mitt’s a solid White guy – was a decent governor of a tough to govern Northeastern liberal state. This campaign is strictly a campaign of a BRA Black, anti White candidate – … Continue reading

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U.S. Kids Getting a Third World Education

Pennsylvania Because of Brown vs. Board of Education, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the Immigration Act of 1965, U.S. kids are Third World kids. Because we live in Black Run America (BRA), White kids are forced into integrated … Continue reading

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