Category Archives: Negroes

South Africa: Boer Youth Attend Military Training Camps To Prepare For Race War

Twenty years have now passed since the tragic decision was made to entrust South Africa’s government to the whims of semi-feral Negroes, and the situation could now hardly be any worse for the embattled Whites of that once-prosperous land. The … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, American South, Anti-White, Multiculturalism, Negroes, South Africa, Southern Nationalism, United States, White Survivalism, Zimbabwe | 16 Comments

The Death of Walter Scott

In this case, I will say that it genuinely does look like this White police officer in North Charleston, SC murdered an unarmed black man. He was charged with murder after the video below surfaced on the internet. Perhaps there … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Crime, Diversity, Dixie, Negroes, Race Relations, South Carolina | 152 Comments

Ole Miss: White Student Charged With “Civil Rights” Crime For Placing Noose On James Meredith Statue

Another month in the annals of history, and another travesty within the bloated colossus that is the United States federal government, with the persecution of a White student for a perceived offense against the fragile feelings of the vibrant American … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Mississippi, Negroes, United States | 33 Comments

Starbucks #RaceTogether

Yesterday, when I first heard about Starbucks’ new #RaceTogether initiative, I thought to myself: I hope RamZPaul goes up there, starts “a conversation about race,” and makes a video about this, and sure enough, he did: Note: I’ve been mulling … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Diversity, Negroes, Race Realism, Race Relations, Racism | 10 Comments

Ferguson Property Values Are Plummeting, Exodus of Longtime Residents Imminent

This is what happens to your businesses, net worth, and your tax base when Al Sharpton and the Civil Rights Movement comes to town: “The average selling price of a home in the city has been on a steady decline … Continue reading

Posted in Crime, Diversity, Missouri, Negroes, Race Realism, Race Relations | 10 Comments

Selma 2015: Fifty Years Later, Who Was Really On The Wrong Side Of History?

Is there anything left to say about Selma? When I heard that Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and some 94 members of Congress were going to parachute into town for the annual photo op on that bridge, I made plans … Continue reading

Posted in Alabama, American South, Diversity, Dixie, Negroes, Race Realism, Race Relations | 13 Comments

Black History Month 2015: The Prophecy of Nongqawuse

Now that we are officially in Black History Month 2015, here’s a timely excerpt from Martin Meredith’s new book, The Fortunes of Africa: “After eight frontier wars, Xhosa resistance against white colonial rule was nearly at an end. Often divided … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, History, Negroes, South Africa | Tagged | 14 Comments

South Africa Faces Power Crisis and Blackouts

By their fruits you shall know them. Twenty years after the downfall of apartheid and the official launch of the “Rainbow Nation,” South Africa is struggling to keep the lights on, life expectancy has sunk to Somalian levels, it has … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Negroes, Race Relations, South Africa | 42 Comments

Oregon: The Failed White Republic

Interesting read: “When Oregon was granted statehood in 1859, it was the only state in the Union admitted with a constitution that forbade black people from living, working, or owning property there. It was illegal for black people even to … Continue reading

Posted in History, Negroes, Oregon, Race Relations, White Nationalism, White Supremacy, Whiteness | 25 Comments

Martin Luther King, Jr.: The Other Side of The Story

There’s nothing about the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. that I or anyone else in the blogosphere will be sharing this afternoon that can top this article that was published in August 2013 by The Daily Mail. This was the … Continue reading

Posted in History, Negroes, Race Relations | 28 Comments