August 14, 2011

Immigrant Mass Murder In The English Channel Islands?

Jersey is a small island in the English Channel, after which New Jersey is named.

There’s been a multiple killing, which reports say may be what we call “familicide” (in which an immigrant kills his or her entire family) in the small town of St. Helier. The BBC reports:

4 August 2011 Last updated at 16:16 ET

Six die in knife attack in Jersey

Six people, including two children, have been killed after a stabbing incident in Jersey, police have said.

Rick Perry In Texas: Flunking The National Question

It’s “basically over” for Anglos in Texas. Or so I read in the papers—see Texas demographer: ‘It’s basically over for Anglos’ [by Gary Scharrer, Houston Chronicle blog, February 24, 2011]

Greenfield — Now Too Indigenously Diverse for Local Mexicans

The town of Greenfield, California, first flashed on my radar screen in 2001 when I read about local Mexicans sexually harassing girls as they walked home from school every day. The moms complained to the INS since many if not all of the perverts were illegal aliens.

More On English Historian David Starkey, And The Dangers Of Telling The Truth About The Riots

Not surprisingly, more rage has been directed this week by the British media at an English historian for what he said than at all the rioters for what they have done.
From the Daily Mail:

Romney May Still Be The Frontrunner, But Debate Revealed Vulnerability On Immigration

Michele Bachmann has won the Iowa straw poll, but the conventional wisdom seems to be that Mitt Romney is still the front runner.

I’ve been thinking about his performance in Thursday’s debate. He was asked:


Enoch Powell’s Speech And The Riots Of 1968 and 2011

Here are a few extracts from Enoch Powell’s infinitely demonized April 20, 1968 speech, delivered two weeks after the Martin Luther King riots in northern American cities.

The supreme function of statesmanship is to provide against preventable evils.