Black Serial Killers, 1915-2009

[Abstract] Allan L. Branson. “African American Serial Killers: Over‐Represented Yet Underacknowledged”, in Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, February 2013. ‘Can you name an African American (black) serial killer?’ In the US, the answer is often silence. For those who can remember, it might be Wayne Williams, the so‐called ‘Atlanta child murderer’. More astute individuals could […]

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Coronavirus: Cloud Cuckoo Land: Lincoln County, Oregon

Lincoln County, Oregon, has decreed that all Whites must wear masks for coronavirus, but Blacks should not wear them. The reasoning is this: If everyone wears masks, that makes Blacks stand out and they will be racially profiled, but if only Whites wear masks, no one will be able to tell if Blacks are Black, […]

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Google Translate Lies

“The translator is a liar.” — Medieval Italian proverb. Of course we all know that Google is constantly falsifying its ephemeral search results. For example, its autocorrection/autocomplete turns the search “Clinton Crimes” into “Clinton Cares”, while “Trump Cares” becomes “Trump Crime” Searches give improbable and unreproducible results. A few days ago after a crazy editorial […]

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Antifa Violence Glorified

Of course it is not enough that the television news, newspapers, and Democratic politicans honor and glorify Antifa street thugs and their violence, now it has spilled over into the Comic pages, long the scene of egregious racial diatribes against White people (e.g., the vicious Boon Docks). A crudely drawn comic strip I never noticed […]

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In Sri Lanka, Someone Did Something To Someone

Tonight, CBS News, as repeated by the local KIRO-TV station in Seattle reported that suicide bombers struck churches in Sri Lanka and many people were killed. Now, in the Fake News, Muslims cannot be mentioned except in praise, and Christians cannot be mentioned except in expressions of contempt. Nevertheless, it was Muslim suicide bombers who […]

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