Category Archives: Race Realism

Christianity and Race

Nathaniel Strickland of Faith and Heritage was with us in Memphis last weekend and delivered this presentation:

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The Political Cesspool Conference & 10 Year Anniversary Celebration (Memphis, TN)

James Edwards hosted a private conference in Memphis, TN this weekend for friends, family, and supporters to come together to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Political Cesspool. The event was more than a year in the making. For understandable … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Diversity, Dixie, Negroes, Race Realism, Race Relations, Racism, Southern Nationalism, Tennessee, White Nationalism, Whiteness | 17 Comments

#Ferguson Activists Plan Walmart Boycott

H/T Ferguson Scanner Updates I’m not sure what boycotting the Super Walmart in Ferguson has to do with the Michael Brown case (or Plaza Frontenac, or the Hollywood Casino, etc.), but apparently the plan is to follow up on the … Continue reading

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#Ferguson: Do The Facts Even Matter?

H/T Jared Taylor

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Meet: Vonderitt Myers, Jr.

H/T The Pundit Press Some new photos of Vonderrit Myers Jr. have been discovered posing with his 9mm sandwich:

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Memphis Is Going To Burn

The “youths” have struck again … “Memphis is going to burn,” unless the Lord of the Flies-style existence of the Black Undertow is reigned in: Note: Judging by what I saw a few weeks ago, the Black Undertow has already … Continue reading

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Eric “My People” Holder Resigns

Wow, I missed the big news of the day … Eric “My People” Holder has resigned. From the beginning until the end of his tenure, Eric “My People” Holder verified our already low expectations that the “first black Attorney General” … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-Racism, Anti-White, Politics, Progressives, Race Realism, Race Relations | 10 Comments

Amanda’s Subway Experience

Amanda rode the subway and had the misfortune to encounter some of the modern day successors of Rosa Parks: “NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A woman was viciously attacked by a group of teenagers on the subway in Brooklyn – and … Continue reading

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The Rosa Parks Legacy: Who Is Riding The Bus Now?

Just out of curiosity, I checked to see who is riding the bus now in Montgomery and Birmingham, AL – the so-called “Freedom Riders” showed up here in 1961 to make a big media splash – fifty years after the … Continue reading

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Ain’t That America: American Public Transportation

Editor’s Note: This video is extremely disturbing, but I am posting it here to illustrate the nature of integrated public transportation in the United States, which was improved so much by the Civil Rights Movement. Consider yourself warned. Is this … Continue reading

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