Saturday, March 17, 2018

Jared Taylor: Race Differences in Intelligence CENSORED by Youtube

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Mohammad and his gang abuse and rape two German teen girls; one was freed after three days

Two German girls, aged 14 and 16, were allegedly raped in Berlin by six men. Mohammad S. and his buddy Wael I., are accused of gang rape among other things. During the act 22 photos and videos were made, Germany’s Bild reports.

The two young girls were abused by six men who are from the city’s migrant suburbs Neukölln and Wedding. Mohammad S. (17), is said to have met the younger of the two, the 14-year-old, in summer 2015 via Facebook. From the consensual sex with her he made photos and videos.
He threatened to publish the recordings, thus forcing the girl to further sexual acts with the five co-defendants, the prosecutor said. Out of fear, the girl is said to have participated. September 22nd 2015, she reported the rape.

On September 20, 2016, it was a 16-year-old girl who was said to have been abused in an apartment in Berlin’s Neukölln migrant suburb.

The teen had been made so drunk at a vodka drinking game that she could not fight back, according to the prosecutor. She supposedly cried out loud and vomited while she was beaten and laughed at repeatedly.
Against the will of the 16yr old, there were several attacks over a 3 day period. Later she was released from the apartment by the police.

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South Africa’s white farmers reportedly being murdered & tortured off their land

South Africa’s white farmers reportedly being murdered & tortured off their land
Violent attacks against South Africa's white farmers are on the rise, according to Paul Toohey, a reporter from Australia’s Daily Telegraph, who traveled to the country.
Last month, South Africa's parliament voted to allow white-owned land expropriation without compensation. That followed South Africa’s new President Cyril Ramaphosa’s pledge to return the lands owned by white farmers since the 1600s to the black citizens of the country. He claimed the land was “taken under colonialism and apartheid.”
“This is normal in South Africa to be attacked on a farm,” a 39-year old farmer Berdus Henrico told the reporter.
Berdus and his 51-year old partner Estelle Nieuwenhuys have been raided in the Limpopo province. The farmer has three bullet wounds - two through his shoulder and one through his face that came out the back of his neck.
“They took my hunting gun, my shotgun, two cell phones, our DVD player, our TV,” said Berdus, adding that Estelle was praying, out loud, begging them to stop.
“They want money and they want guns. They want the people off the land so as they can go on like they want to. They want it here like it was in Zimbabwe a few years ago when they chased all the whites out and let it go to the ground.”
According to AfriForum, a group that was set up to draw attention to the farmers’ plight, there were a record 404 farm attacks in 2017, four times the number recorded in the country a decade ago. The 2018 figures are expected to easily top last year’s numbers.

Friday, March 16, 2018

If "America Is an Idea," Don't Foreigners Deserve to Enjoy the Idea of America at Home?

People on the Right reject the idea that ‘America’ is an idea… but I think I will dissent.
I now believe ‘America’ is an idea.
And because it is an idea, people around the world no longer need to come to America to have ‘America’ as an idea.
It’s like democracy as an idea. To have democracy, you don’t have to come to the US to practice democracy. You can implement the idea of democracy in your own country.
Ideas are portable and transferable. Ideas are not fixed in one place. It’s like some mountain in Tibet is fixed in that place, but Buddhism is an idea, and you don’t have to go to Tibet to be a Buddhist. You can be a Buddhist anywhere. You can even take that idea into outer-space.
So, let us say there is the United States as a fixed nation with its distinct history, heritage, and culture. It is about power and history within a fixed territory.
In contrast, there is ‘America’ as an idea, and it is universal and can be transported or transposed to anyone, anywhere, anytime.
So, our message to all the people around the world is that they don’t have to come to the United States to partake in the idea of America.
They can have it at home. And what is this big idea of ‘America’ they can have in their own home nation?

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60 years later, Kim Novak reflects on 'Vertigo'


NEW YORK — Last fall, on her ranch in southern Oregon, Kim Novak found herself doing what she calls “my own Me Too painting.”

Novak, who turned 85 on Tuesday, had recently broken her left wrist — her painting hand — but was compelled enough to give it a try with her right. Seeing woman after woman come forward with their stories of harassment stoked Novak’s own recollections. She titled the result — a swirling, vibrantly colored abstraction of a menacing face looming above a woman — “A Time of Reckoning.”
“I never told these stories but my painting has it all,” said Novak, speaking by phone from her 240-acre ranch, where she lives with her husband Robert Malloy, a retired veterinarian. “It was very cathartic, I’m sure just like the gals of today found it cathartic to tell their story.”

“In that period, the same things went on. I never told these stories but my painting has it all. It was very cathartic, I’m sure just like the gals of today found it cathartic to tell their story.”
Novak recently granted her first interview in several years to mark the 60th anniversary of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 masterwork, “Vertigo.” On Sunday, as part of the TCM Big Screen Classics series, “Vertigo” will be back in theatres (see for the 650 locations), with an encore on Wednesday, March 21.

The initial reviews for “Vertigo” were tepid. The box office was disappointing. But “Vertigo” — entrancing, dreamlike, deranged — has steadily grown in reputation over the years to become one of the most widely acknowledged masterpieces in film. In 2012, it even displaced “Citizen Kane,” after a 50-year reign, as the top film on the Sight & Sound critics’ poll. “Vertigo,” a movie overwhelmed by the sensation and fear of falling, keeps climbing higher.

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Grim Milestones for California and Britain

And the latest study on genes and IQ.

Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey note two milestones: the appointment of the first illegal immigrant to a California state-wide position and Britain’s refusal to admit the attractive, thoughtful trio of Brittany Pettibone, Lauren Southern, and Martin Sellner. They also discuss the possibility of fast-track visas for white South African farmers heading for Australia, the saga of the brilliant and courageous Amy Wax, the latest study on genes and IQ, and what went wrong with the black-themed version of A Wrinkle in Time.

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Perry: Korean Peace Would Remove Rationale for US Military in Okinawa


A successful negotiation between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un would have enormous ramifications for the East Asia region, including removing the US rationale for stationing military forces in the Japanese prefecture of Okinawa.

That’s the view of former Secretary of Defense William J. Perry, who led the Clinton administration’s efforts to defuse the first North Korean nuclear crisis in 1994 after coming close to launching a massive military strike on the country when it withdrew from the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty and began to build a bomb.
If Trump “is able to solve the North Korea threat and danger, that would go a long way to removing the rationale for even having military forces in Okinawa,” Perry told a Washington conference this week on the island chain where over 50 percent of the 70,000 US military personnel in Japan are stationed.

“I believe in time [this] would lead to a situation where the US forces in Okinawa could be removed altogether,” he added. Specifically, said Perry, a peace settlement in Korea would immediately eliminate the strategic rationale for the controversial US Marine base in Futenma, which has been a sore point between the US and Japan for decades and which a majority of Okinawans adamantly oppose.

That’s because the US Marines at Futenma are stationed there as the first line of defense if North Korean forces ever invade South Korea, said Perry, drawing on his experience in 1994. “The whole purpose of US military planning relative to North Korea is to get reinforcements in very, very quickly to stop North Korean forces before they get to Seoul,” he said. “A key component of that is the forces at Futenma—the rapid reinforcement of both land and air forces are key parts of that plan.”

Therefore, if a peace process involving both the United States and South Korea eliminated the threat of a North Korean invasion, US forces in Futenma and elsewhere in Okinawa could be “not just relocated but removed,” Perry argued. “That’s not going to happen obviously very soon. Whether it’s a serious prospect depends very, very much on the summit meetings.”

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Thursday, March 15, 2018

A Liberal's Selective Memory


 As I type this, Areo is the single best news and opinion blog on the internet. Describing itself as "an opinion and analysis digital magazine focused on current affairs — in particular: Humanism, Culture, Politics, Human Rights, Science, and, most importantly, Free Expression" Areo should be on the subscription list of every liberal minded alt-leftist. Senior editor Malhar Mali and assistant editors Helen Pluckrose and Oliver Traldi never fail to deliver top notch material. 
The recent article, "A liberal Who Remembers" by Traldi reads as a laundry list of my own grievances against the present state of left of center politics. Among the things Traldi remembers about being a liberal in the George W. Bush years was a respect for science, human decency, the search for objective truth, a respect for due process, opposition to war and a general disdain for neo-con linguistic chicanery, authoritarianism, hawkishness and puritanism. The article laments the recent decline of the once proud liberal tradition in America into the fever swamps of SJW hysteria and regressive left hypocrisy.
He will get no argument from me on any of that. I suspect Mr. Traldi and myself would agree on way more than we'd disagree on, and the internet definitely needs more voices such as his.

What I will say by way of difference of opinion, however, is that my own memory of the progressivism of the Bush years is not quite so fond. I've noticed a tendency among alternative leftists to look with fondness on some mythical past golden age of the left, a time when we got our activism right. While the alt-left was originally called "The Left Wing of the Alt-Right," I'd suggest we'd be better described as the reactionaries of the left. These damn SJWs with their dyed hair and made up gender pronouns can get off my union household's lawn.
While there are certainly many aspects of previous iterations of progressive politics that are preferable to today's, we should be careful not to romanticize our own past too much. The left has a rather long and sorry history of its own brands of smugness, self serving doublethink and ideologically driven denial of reality. 

Perhaps it was the old left, that of the early to mid 20th century, with its corrupt unions and municipal party machines. While these institutions did do much good, they're far from beyond reproach. What of the old left's dogmatic and sectarian socialist and communist parties, some of whom took orders from Moscow, and whose internal quarrels in places like Wiemar Germany actually helped right wing authoritarian regimes come to power? Soviet apologists both in and out of the Kremlin used a lot of the same kinds of whataboutism that we now see from SJWs. It was the mystical proletariat and their revolutionary vanguard party rather than feminist and critical race theorists who claimed carte blanche to act entirely as they wished, but their rationalizations were remarkably similar. No rules apply to the self described marginalized revolutionary. It was the old left of Great Britain as much as the totalitarianism of Stalin's Russia that George Orwell satirized in his classic 1984. It would be well into the postwar years that these types would catch on to the fact that the USSR was not the worker's paradise that they'd been hoping for, to put it mildly.

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The Secret Everyone Knows

The American negro has an average I.Q. of 85, a number inflated above the much lower African average by mulattoes, racially ambiguous potlucks and the Rachel Dolezals of this world. Not surprisingly, this considerable shortfall in brainpower has massive societal consequences, from idiotic criminality to the spectacular failure of attempts to force the tar creature into higher education where its deficiencies and inferiority are so obvious that noticing them is a crime that could cost you your job, freedom or life. So we lie, everything gets steadily worse and brilliant ideas like "more spending" and "fewer Whites" are proposed to fix genetic determinism. Still, there are a few willing to state the obvious at great personal risk, like a "White" professor at an Ivy League school.

A white University of Pennsylvania law school professor who said she has never seen a black student graduate in the top quarter of the class during her 17 years at the institution, has been removed from teaching a required first-year law course.

Those evil "Whites" and their "racism!" This horrible gentile monster must be punished and destroyed. Let's take a closer look...

'I don't think I've ever seen a black student graduate in the top quarter of the class, and rarely, rarely in the top half,' tenured law professor Amy Wax said during an interview with Brown University economics professor Glenn Loury, which was recorded on September 10, 2017.
Ah, the shwartzes, what are you going to do? You try to show them talmudic legalism in a very humid room, oy vey! And such small portions of executive functioning in their dusky kopfs! The mask slips, revealing the semitic arrogance and evil. We'll use the "African-American" as a biological weapon against the gentiles and then complain when this proves inconvenient for the other con jobs we're busy pulling, like the communist indoctrination center shuck.

Ruger said through an email to students and faculty that was published by Philadelphia Magazine that Wax spoke 'disparagingly and inaccurately' about the performance of black students during the interview, which was centered  on her view that there is a 'downside of affirmative action.'
I'm sure feelings were hurt, but I'm not sure what's "inaccurate" about noticing the predictable negro failure. 
'I can think of one or two students who have scored in the top half in my required first year course,' she said.
LOL. You can be sure the brilliant beast who scored in the 51st percentile was either a freaky-looking mulatto, a mystery meat or an undercover brother.
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The key to understanding politics in America is the realization that so called “Liberal Democracy” is neither truly liberal nor truly democratic. Consider Liberal Democracy as a reverse Oz whereby a malevolent elite hides behind such words as ‘truth’, ‘justice’, ‘equality’, ‘peace’, and the America way. In the real Wizard of Oz a meek and mild mannered man hid behind a curtain while projecting an image of a fearsome and angry wizard. In the case of contemporary America, Liberal Democracy hides a greater horror within whereby a hostile trans-national elite rules for the good of globalism. Dare we even describe it as a globalist occupied government? (GOG)

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Stop criminalising the British people, Prime Minister

An open letter to the Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, The Right Honourable Mrs Theresa May. Please share widely online and offline.

Dear Prime Minister,
This week you asked us to take your word that it was Russia who was behind a murder in Salisbury. Since then, you’re probably wondering why a number of Britons don’t believe you. Maybe this lack of trust comes from the legacy of Tony Blair when he dragged us into a bloody war on the premise that Saddam had WMD? And yes, this may be part of it.

However, the real reason why we don’t trust you or your government is because you don’t trust the British people and trust, after all, is a two-way thing.
It’s not just you who doesn’t trust us. It’s the entire political, media and state establishment and this has been going on for at least 20 years.

There’ve been several recent incidents which highlight this lack of trust. Firstly, and by far the worst, were the horrific revelations by The Sunday Mirror of the scale of the child rape, assault and murder that has taken place and is still taking place, in the town of Telford, Shropshire. The BBC didn’t carry the story until, on receiving a huge amount of criticism, they eventually published a small article on the BBC Shropshire homepage a full 36 hours after the story broke.

 Secondly, the arrest, detention and deportation of three conservative activists last weekend: Martin Sellner, Brittany Pettibone and Lauren Southern; Austrian, United States and Canadian citizens respectively. Now, there’s a lot of commentary on the ‘online’ media about this attack on freedom of speech including on Shy Society so we’re not going to go into huge detail. Suffice to say that they were deported because they are ‘far right’ and were ironically going to attend a rally in support of freedom of speech to be held at Speakers’ Corner in London and you, or the Home Secretary Amber Rudd, didn’t want them to be heard by British people. Well that worked out well, didn’t it?

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How foreign students with little English enter U.S. universities

I have often wondered about how many Chinese students, who seem to have only the slightest knowledge of English, get admitted to U.S. colleges and universities. Every year at about this time I am reminded of this as I volunteer helping graduate students with their income tax filings at a D.C.-area university. Many of these are F-1 foreign students.
A series of pleadings in the U.S. District Court in Philadelphia offers a partial answer: Some of them cheat on their pre-admission language examinations.
It is a multi-step process. First, the would-be student obtains a legitimate passport from the Chinese government; second, the student (often through an intermediary) finds and pays a resident of China (of the right sex and about the right age) who speaks passable English; third, a photograph of the substitute is inserted into a phony Chinese passport, containing the substitute's photo and the name of the would-be student.
Then, fourth, the substitute appears with the phony passport for the (in-China) Test of English as a Second Language (TOEFL) and takes the test in the name of the would-be student; finally, that test score from the Educational Testing Service is passed on to the U.S. college, which then admits the would-be student.

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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Antifa member who said to “kill cops” raises $80K with the help of LA Times

 Ismale fundraiser
Earlier today, we reported on Ismael Chamu and the puff piece recently published by the Los Angeles Times.  It has come to our attention that as a response to that LA Times article, Ismael has raised over $80,000 via an online fundraising campaign.

To recap, Ismael was charged with vandalism last July for allegedly spray painting people’s cars and fences with “F— White People,” “F— the police,” “F— frat Boys,” “Kill Cops”, “Kill Yuppies,” “Eat the Rich,” “Class War”, etc. He was originally arrested for this crime on June 27th, 2017 but after spending 39 hours in police custody he was released without charge where he immediately claimed that his arrest was the result of “racial profiling”. This was followed by an outcry of public support for Ismael and condemnation of the Berkeley Police Department. The ACUS Senate and even Berkeley Mayor, Jesse Arreguín, publicly condemned Ismael’s “unlawful detainment”.

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Theresa May's 'Novichok' Claims Fall Further Apart

The British government claims that 'Novichok' poisons, developed 30 years ago in the Soviet Union, affected a British double agent. Such substances may not exits at all.
The 'whistleblower' for the 'Novichok' program and poisons published some chemical formulas that should enable any decent laboratory to reproduce them. But neither the existence of the claimed program nor the existence of the alleged substances were ever accepted by the scientific community.
The highly constructed drama around the alleged poisoning of a British double agent Skripal and his daughter has thus turned into a surreal play. The British government has so far given no evidence that the Skripal's were poisoned at all, or were poisoned by someone else. No detailed medical bulletin was published. The British accusations against Russia lets one assume that a suicide attempt has been excluded. Why?
There is no independent evaluation of the alleged poison. The British government claims that its own chemical weapon laboratory at Porton Down, only a few miles from where the incident happened, has identified the poison as one of the 'Novichok' chemicals.
But in 2016 a leading chemist at Porton Down published a piece in a scientific journal that denied that such chemicals exist. (Tim Hayword and Craig Murray both point this out):
As recently as 2016 Dr Robin Black, Head of the Detection Laboratory at the UK’s only chemical weapons facility at Porton Down, a former colleague of Dr David Kelly, published in an extremely prestigious scientific journal that the evidence for the existence of Novichoks was scant and their composition unknown. In recent years, there has been much speculation that a fourth generation of nerve agents, ‘Novichoks’ (newcomer), was developed in Russia, beginning in the 1970s as part of the ‘Foliant’ programme, with the aim of finding agents that would compromise defensive countermeasures. Information on these compounds has been sparse in the public domain, mostly originating from a dissident Russian military chemist, Vil Mirzayanov. No independent confirmation of the structures or the properties of such compounds has been published. (Black, 2016)
Robin Black. (2016) Development, Historical Use and Properties of Chemical Warfare Agents. Royal Society of Chemistry
Additionally the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has not recognized Novichoks as chemical weapons because it found scant evidence that they exist at all. The U.S. and the UK are both part of the organization and both agreed with this evaluation:
The OPCW’s Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) appeared to doubt the existence of “Novichoks”, and did not advise that the compounds described by Mirzayanov, or their precursors, should be designated as Scheduled Chemicals that should be controlled under the Chemical Weapons Convention: [The SAB] emphasised that the definition of toxic chemicals in the Convention would cover all potential candidate chemicals that might be utilised as chemical weapons. Regarding new toxic chemicals not listed in the Annex on Chemicals but which may nevertheless pose a risk to the Convention, the SAB makes reference to “Novichoks”. The name “Novichok” is used in a publication of a former Soviet scientist who reported investigating a new class of nerve agents suitable for use as binary chemical weapons. The SAB states that it has insufficient information to comment on the existence or properties of “Novichoks”. (OPCW, 2013)
The former Soviet scientist, Vil Mirzanjaov, who 'blew the whistle' and wrote about the 'Novichoks', now lives in a $1 million home in the United States. The AFP news agency just interviewed him:
Mirzayanov, speaking at his home in Princeton, New Jersey, said he is convinced Russia carried it out as a way of intimidating opponents of President Vladimir Putin. "Only the Russians" developed this class of nerve agents, said the chemist. "They kept it and are still keeping it in secrecy."
The only other possibility, he said, would be that someone used the formulas in his book to make such a weapon.
"Russia did it", says Mirzanjaov, "OR SOMEONE WHO READ MY BOOK".

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Telford girls: the wrong kind of victims
The #MeToo set’s silence on the rape of working-class girls is deafening.

It’s been six months since the #MeToo movement first took off. For half a year now we’ve had a regular drip-feed of stories drawing attention to the apparent suffering of women at the hands of men. So when this weekend’s Sunday Mirrorrevealed the shocking abuse experienced by hundreds of women and girls in Telford we might have expected the outrage to find a new focus. The news that girls, some as young as 11, were drugged, beaten and raped by gangs of mainly Muslim, Asian-heritage men could have provided further fuel to campaigners. We might have expected shows of solidarity, reminders of the importance of believing the victim, and offers of financial support.
But no. The abuse in Telford is estimated to have involved over 1,000 girls stretching over 40 years. Young girls in the town were groomed, fed drugs and raped. They were passed between abusers like commodities. Some got pregnant, had abortions and were raped again on multiple occasions. Three women were murdered and two others died in tragedies linked to the abuse. Yet these shocking events have received relatively little coverage. Girls in Telford do not, it seems, deserve frontpage coverage in the Guardian or The Times.
The very same newspapers that covered, at length and over many days, news that Kate Maltby’s knee may or may not have been touched by Damian Green or that Michael Fallon attempted to kiss Jane Merrick, were unable to muster up the same level of outrage for young women in Telford.
The lack of comment on the Telford abuse scandal exposes the hypocrisy at the heart of the #MeToo movement. High-profile campaigners announce time and again that they are not driven by self-interest, but from a desire to help women less fortunate than themselves. Jane Merrick told all because, ‘I knew that by failing to act I was letting down not only my 29-year-old self, but also any other women who may have been subjected to the same behaviour since. More importantly, I would be failing to protect other women in future.’ Kate Maltby made a similar declaration: ‘It is true that I have many privileges that other women do not. That is why I owed it to others to come forward. When we see white, financially secure women saying #MeToo, we should ask: where are the voices that we are not hearing?’ Yet Merrick and Maltby, for all their self-sacrifice and sisterly compassion, have so far had nothing to say about the rape of teenage girls in Telford.
Time’s Up, the celebrity #MeToo spin-off, launched a fundraiser to pay legal fees for victims of sexual harassment and assault seeking justice. The aim, it said, was to ‘lift up the voices, power and strength of women working in low-wage industries where the lack of financial stability makes them vulnerable to high rates of gender-based violence and exploitation’. More than $16.7million was raised in less than a month. The British actress Emma Watson, one of the most generous and high-profile donors, posted on social media: ‘The clock’s been ticking on the abuse of power. I stand in solidarity with women across every industry to say #TIMESUP on abuse, harassment, and assault. #TIMESUP on oppression and marginalisation.’ Only, it seems, some women are more deserving of solidarity than others; some women’s voices are more worthy of being lifted up.
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The Character Question

We Don’t Airbrush, We Photoshop - Steve Sailer

The most amusing aspect of the impressive, if not particularly comic, new comedy The Death of Stalin is that Jeffrey Tambor (Arrested Development), who earns most of the film’s laughs as Malenkov, the Soviet dictator’s sad-sack nominal successor, saw his face Photoshopped out of the movie’s poster for #MeToo reasons.
Ironically, one of Malenkov’s first acts upon achieving nominal supremacy after Stalin’s demise in March 1953 was to have Pravda publish a clumsily airbrushed photo of himself with Stalin and Mao from which he’d excised all his colleagues, such as Khrushchev, Beria, and Molotov. But Malenkov had overlooked that Stalin didn’t memory hole his rivals until after he’d killed them (nobody loved murdering Communists more than the arch-Communist Stalin), while Malenkov’s peers were alive.
And peeved.
The Death of Stalin is the latest satire about foulmouthed political staffers from Italo-Scot Armando Iannucci, creator of The Thick of ItIn the Loop, and Veep (which is basically Elaine from Seinfeld as the first female vice president). In Iannucci’s works, craven underlings stab one another in the back over great questions of state and, more urgently, over who gets the best parking place.
The Death of Stalin is sort of like the old HBO Larry Sanders Show, if Larry (Garry Shandling) had keeled over and his hapless sidekick Hank (Tambor) and masterful producer Artie (Rip Torn) have gone to war over who would take over.
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Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Sink The Ships

MS-13’s invasion of a New York school reveals politics of protection By Michael E. Miller

MS-13's invasion of a New York school reveals politics of protection
BRENTWOOD, N.Y. – The old minivan appeared near the school on a Tuesday morning, its Illinois plates the only thing out of place in the blue-collar suburbs of central Long Island. But as backpack-toting teenagers passed by on their way to Brentwood High, the van’s doors suddenly swung open.
Out sprang members of the violent street gang MS-13, armed with baseball bats.
They attacked three 16-year-old students they suspected of being rivals before driving off. When police spotted the van in the same neighborhood the following afternoon and surrounded it at gunpoint, the MS-13 members were in the midst of trying to abduct a fourth.
“We were going to take him somewhere private and beat him to death,” said Miguel Rivera, 20, according to a Suffolk County indictment.
The Dec. 6 arrests of Rivera and four others thwarted what police say would have been the sixth murder of a Brentwood High School student by MS-13 in less than two years.
But the incident also shook the school for another reason.
All but one of those arrested attended Brentwood, according to Suffolk County police. Three were unaccompanied minors who had been caught at the border and then placed in the community by a federal refugee program.
From New York to Virginia to Texas, schools in areas racked by MS-13 violence are now struggling with a sobering question. What to do when the gang isn’t just in your community, but in your classrooms?
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Ireland's suicidal plan to import million migrants