He Can’t Find Work

16 07 2017

Nelson, New Zealand

You don’t say.

Though the face tat is only the half of it.  There’s still that armed robbery and dope dealing in his immediate past. Even if he didn’t have the face tat, the armed robbery and dope dealing would still cause him problems in that regard. Then again, the face tat on the one hand and the armed robbery/dope dealing on the other hand are related, because he got the former while he was in prison for the latter.

Also notice that his “family” is only “family” in the biological sense.  No rings, no marriage.  Just the fact that he knocked up some chick at 16.  Also notice the fact that he and his brother were cellmates during his prison bit.  Which means rotten apples and rotten trees.


Dance of the Lemons

2 02 2017

Washington, D.C; Canberra

What most people miss in this Trump-Turnbull nontroversy (and now, Turnbull has come out and said that the end of the conversation wasn’t really that abrupt or hostile), is that they disputed over a deal that Turnbull swung with Obama not that long ago for the United States to take in Australian immigrants.

To the extent that most people actually get that far in the story, they think that we’re admitting more people like Greg Norman.  In reality, what is meant by “Australian immigrants” in this context, I suspect, are:  (1) Black Africans who traveled to Australia and tried to gain refugee status using some fake pretense that was either immediately or later discovered as fake, and/or (2) The boat people whom the Australian Navy divert to nearby islands.

Trump is obviously not too happy and wants to back out of the deal.

Nobody ever thinks to return these people from whence they came?

And what’s with this global game of hot potato of white countries constantly unloading non-white immigrants off on each other?

What Is Wrong With This Picture?

24 08 2016

Townsville, Queensland, Australia

Frenchman stabs British woman to death in an Australian tourist hostel.

Except the first two proper nouns are less than accurate.

If Townsville rings a bell in your head, other than for the fact that it’s a city that has both “town” and “ville” in its name, it should.

With Equality and Democratic Republicanism, the Unbelievable Is Believable.

5 05 2015

Coventry, England

Australian Broadcasting Corporation:

Is having a loving family an unfair advantage?


Once he got thinking, Swift could see that the issue stretches well beyond the fact that some families can afford private schooling, nannies, tutors, and houses in good suburbs. Functional family interactions—from going to the cricket to reading bedtime stories—form a largely unseen but palpable fault line between families. The consequence is a gap in social mobility and equality that can last for generations.


In contrast, reading stories at bedtime, argues Swift, gives rise to acceptable familial relationship goods, even though this also bestows advantage.

‘The evidence shows that the difference between those who get bedtime stories and those who don’t—the difference in their life chances—is bigger than the difference between those who get elite private schooling and those that don’t,’ he says.

This devilish twist of evidence surely leads to a further conclusion—that perhaps in the interests of levelling the playing field, bedtime stories should also be restricted. In Swift’s mind this is where the evaluation of familial relationship goods goes up a notch.

You may be wondering how this jives with the new party line consensus being spouted in the NYT that the black-white and black-nonblack gaps in everything from education to income to museum attendance is rooted in the fact that black parents don’t use enough words at, toward and around their newborn and toddler and infant children.  It’s easy, really — If Aquanetta won’t read to little D’Leisha and Shitavious, then the way to make things equal is not to allow white parents to read bedtime stories to their white children.


24 02 2015

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

NYT has the smoking gun that white privilege exists:

As they describe in two working papers, Redzo Mujcic and Paul Frijters, economists at the University of Queensland, trained and assigned 29 young adult testers (from both genders and different ethnic groups) to board public buses in Brisbane and insert an empty fare card into the bus scanner. After the scanner made a loud sound informing the driver that the card did not have enough value, the testers said, “I do not have any money, but I need to get to” a station about 1.2 miles away. (The station varied according to where the testers boarded.)

With more than 1,500 observations, the study uncovered substantial, statistically significant race discrimination. Bus drivers were twice as willing to let white testers ride free as black testers (72 percent versus 36 percent of the time). Bus drivers showed some relative favoritism toward testers who shared their own race, but even black drivers still favored white testers over black testers (allowing free rides 83 percent versus 68 percent of the time).

The study also found that racial disparities persisted when the testers wore business attire or dressed in army uniforms. For example, testers wearing army uniforms were allowed to ride free 97 percent of the time if they were white, but only 77 percent of the time if they were black.

First off, “black” in the case of Brisbane probably means Australian Aboriginal, not black or negro African.

Second, if Abo drivers fall under the spell of this supposed “white privilege,” then what is going on here is noticing things.

Third, “both genders?”  Aren’t we told that there are more than two genders?  Isn’t that being cisgendered or something like that?

Something Old, Something New, Something Stolen, Something Blue

13 02 2015


Hidey ho, they even have a gap in Australia.

If they’re serious, they’ll take abo children away from their parents and give them a better environment in white homes and in white institutions.

Oh wait.

Closing the gap.


Like Clockwork

15 12 2014


“…fear backlash.”

Happens in the media every time one or more of the seventh century throwback(s) chimp(s) out.

There usually is some backlash from the white cracker gringo infidel.  Someone from the outback will say something bad about Muslims, then the whole political establishment will bring down the hammer…on the person who said something bad about Muslims.  Followed by more kvetching about tolerance-democracy-values-antiracism-equality, followed up by more Muslim immigration.

Business as usual.

Modern democratic-egalitarian white people don’t have a real backlash in them.

James Kirkpatrick puts it best while predicting what you just read:

If only the “Sheikh” had held off from taking people hostage, he could have built up a nice little career for himself as a “community leader,” getting government grants and the like to agitate for more concessions from actual Australians.  Instead, he’s gone and screwed up the Narrative, though the media will do its best to restore it with “Muslim community fears backlash” stories over the next few days.

Yeah, the MPG rating for being a victim is a lot higher than for being a perpetrator.  Our side needs a good victim hustle.