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By Pete Moore On February 5th, 2020 at 8:01 pm

I’m so old that I recall the UN/WTO/media warnings about not being racist to the Chinese. You know, horrible things like saying they shouldn’t eat the bats. Yet despite multiple warnings about Coronavirus provoking racism, this attack in NYC on a Chinese woman wearing a face mask appears to have been completely missed by the people who see racism everywhere.

The attacker was heard calling her a “diseased bitch”, so we know what it was about.


By Pete Moore On February 5th, 2020 at 7:53 pm

Barnes & Noble Fifth Avenue to launch sales of classic novels with new covers promoting diversity

“A collection of classic books with new culturally diverse covers will make their debut at New York City’s largest bookstore.”

Barnes & Noble to promote anti-Western culture by pretending that blacks can write, appropriating great works done by white men and women.


By Pete Moore On February 5th, 2020 at 1:30 pm

It turns out that there weren’t many doctors and engineers among all those Third World illegals flooding into Germany.

The head of  Germany’s Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, Hans-Eckhard Sommer, said that integrating refugees into Germany’s labor market will be a difficult task, and called for Germany to focus on attracting skilled labor from countries in southern Europe.

Many have little education and are illiterate. Who knew? His solution is to bring in skilled labour from Southern Europe. That would be easier to integrate.

What would be better still is to take a long term, sustainable view of society and economy: secure your borders around a low-tax, low-regulation economy in which happy, satisfied housewives are rearing lots of children.

I cried

By Patrick Van Roy On February 5th, 2020 at 5:22 am

I don’t like the Paul’s

By Patrick Van Roy On February 4th, 2020 at 6:34 pm

but even a broken clock is right twice a day


By Pete Moore On February 4th, 2020 at 1:45 pm

Sinn Féin has surged into first place in the general election race, with a quarter of all likely voters now saying they intend to vote for the party, according to the final Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI opinion poll of the campaign.

The poll puts Fine Gael back in third place at 20 per cent, behind Fianna Fáil on 23 per cent and Sinn Féin on 25 per cent.

So around a quarter of Irish voters are drawn towards the suited wing of a terrorist faction, funded by crime rackets, drug dealing and armed robberies. That’s the cat among the pigeons in Dublin and Belfast.

I remember the predictions of doom and a Fourth Reich when Jörg Haider came to prominence in Austria. The warnings were given by the same people now bleating about the Polish and Hungarian governments’ moderate patriotism. I suspect we’ll hear none of it if SF/IRA come out on top.


By Pete Moore On February 4th, 2020 at 11:21 am

As fully expected now, the Streatham jihadist, Sudesh Amman, had fried his brains on cannabis.

The BBC reminds us that he had been convicted of cannabis possession prior to his first conviction for terrorism offences. Those who grew up with him reveal that he was a heavy and regular smoker of this powerful, mind-altering drug.

At parties he was ‘always in the garden smoking weed’ and would not socialise with classmates. She added: ‘In hindsight there were loads of red flags that he was capable of something like this.

‘He was very weird and everyone thought he was strange. He stuck out like a sore thumb.

‘He was always smoking weed and would skip school to do it or bunk off during the day to smoke it. He spent so much time in isolation because of how rude he was to teachers or for bunking school.

It bears repeating that almost very many violent criminals are habitual cannabis smokers, almost all mass shooters in the US and many of these jihadists in the West included. The correlation is clear and undeniable. Usually the fact is buried. Because of the idiotic, fashionable view of marijuana as soft and harmless or even as some kind of medicine, far too many people don’t or won’t spot it. But there is a pattern. And here it is again. You find it almost every time you look for it.


By Pete Moore On February 4th, 2020 at 9:12 am

The DNC hacked Iowa.

A magnificent DNC electoral comedy both last night and ongoing this morning. The party which thinks it can govern the United States can’t figure out which of its candidates won the Iowa caucus. Great job.

Sad to hear

By Patrick Van Roy On February 3rd, 2020 at 11:40 pm

Speaking for myself, I just heard Rush Limbaugh has advanced Lung Cancer. My Heart and Prayers go out to him with my thanks for all he’s given.


What now ?

By Patrick Van Roy On February 3rd, 2020 at 10:48 pm

I read a great article by Jed Babbin in the American Spectator. A sad but honest view of where we stand politically at the moment.

Friday’s Senate vote rejecting Democrats’ demands to call witnesses in the Trump impeachment trial makes the president’s acquittal inevitable. But for the Senate bloviators’ desire to make more pointless speeches, the acquittal — which is scheduled for Wednesday — would have already happened.

A great first paragraph to set the tone, but the one that really sank home was the one with the quote from Adam Schiff.

The “investigations” of Trump by Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler will continue. As Schiff said, “the president’s misconduct cannot be decided at the ballot box, for we cannot be assured that the vote will be fairly won.” Heaven knows, you can’t trust an election to the voters because they may decide to reelect Donald Trump.

Such a beautiful sentiment from an elected leader of the Peoples House. The bobblehead from Burbank is going to decide for us….. aren’t we blessed.

The article also discusses some of the consequences of the Democrats behavior that won’t effect just us.

The House Dems will continue to hogtie the president and prevent him from getting any legislation that will benefit his agenda regardless of the nation’s interests. That means any new trade deal with the United Kingdom — which should be accomplished quickly now that Brexit has become a reality — will languish in the House without approval at least until after the election.