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Implications of Executive Amnesty


Posted by DanielS on Saturday, November 22, 2014 at 11:20 PM in Anti-racism and white genocideAwakeningsCrusade against Discrimination in BritainDemographicsEconomics & FinanceEnvironmentalism & Global WarmingGenetics & Human Bio-DiversityGlobalisationHealthHistoryImmigrationImmigration and PoliticsLiberalism & the LeftMarxism & Culture WarRace realismSocial liberalismSocial SciencesWhite Genocide ProjectWorld Affairs
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Jan The White Uniter

Jan The White Uniter has initiated a new website and will be talking to MR soon.. 


Posted by DanielS on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 11:33 AM in ActivismAnti-racism and white genocideAwakeningsFeminismHealthHistoryMarxism & Culture WarPopular CulturePsychologySocial Sciences
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Ebola remiss an alarm for border control as even most objective standards of human ecology ignored

Judging by his vigilant stream of Ebola updates, it is clear that James considers the threat of Ebola to be under-reported in terms of its significance.

Ebola remiss an alarm for border control as even most objective standards of human ecology ignored by authorities:


The handling of the Ebola threat by institutional bodies such as the Centers for Disease Control, supposedly responsible for safeguarding public health, provide a glaring example of how we cannot rely on them to serve our needs, not even as a by-product of the most ostensibly objective concerns of human ecology.

Furthermore, as the remiss demonstrates that these bureaucracies cannot be entrusted to look-after the interests of our relative human ecologies it should create awareness that now is the time to step-up participation in border re-establishment.

As James explains, the mishandling of the threat of pandemic disease, as in the case of Ebola, has been made evident not only through border crossing, but in a pattern of decades, extending to misreadings of the H.I.V. epidemic by these same responsible institutional bodies - such as the CDC, with its authoritative media organ, “Nature” magazine, taken to be definitive of science journalism and featuring assessments by experts such as Princeton’s R.M. Anderson - experts and their fact-checkers who are all too capable of committing fundamental errors in epidemic prediction.

Specifically, Anderson’s initial indication for Nature magazine suggested that an increased number of sex partners was not a particularly significant factor in H.I.V. transmission. This took for granted its operating on a relatively homogenous population, with steadier patterns and where outlier behavior is more compartmentalized into niches. Promiscuous heterosexuals in this sort of population were not particularly at risk as their partnering was in linear alignment and separate from the infected homosexual population. However, with the increasing introduction of diverse populations, not only are more promiscuous sorts added to the ranks of the population, but also those more capable of transmitting the disease, those still more recklessly transgressing niches and even those with malicious intent to deliberately transmit the disease.

“Strength in diversity indeed - for pandemic disease!”

The take-away is that European peoples must take initiative in border control to protect the interests of our human ecologies - for our very survival. Institutional bodies entrusted to be competent and concerned cannot be relied upon for even the basics of public health management - they are not even taking into account such basic factors as the mass introduction of alien biology and behavioral patterns on stable human ecologies; the direct introduction of virulence from primeval breeding grounds and bio-power, e.g., of Sub-Saharan Africa - which your European biology may not withstand. In fact, these bureaucrats in their faux-objectivism, whether the result of pandering or being pandered-to, malicious intent, indifference or incompetence at best, are subjecting European populations to experiments that your European biology should not have to hold up-to, as conducted upon you and the ancient human ecology of our European peoples unwillingly, unbeknownst, without consent.

More, for their very nature as fixed places, James likens nation states to immobilized patients in a clinic, and therefore draws the possibility of their susceptibility to pandemic, such as Spanish flue, which spread rapidly through immobilized patient concentrations in Red Cross hospitals after World War I. Immobile as the nations states are then, it is imperative to secure their borders against mobilized virulence.

Ebola having reached The U.S. highlights this fact. Thriving at length, transmissible even from a corpse, passively, potentially mutating airborne transmissability, Ebola can be far more destructive than the H.I.V. epidemic which the CDC blundered about..

James details the analogy in the misreading of H.I.V. and Ebola epidemiology:


Posted by DanielS on Monday, October 6, 2014 at 04:23 AM in ConservatismCrusade against Discrimination in BritainDemographicsEthnicity and Ethnic Genetic InterestsGenetics & Human Bio-DiversityGlobalisationHealthImmigrationImmigration and PoliticsSocial liberalismWhite Genocide ProjectWorld Affairs
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Queers Assuming The Position

I am one who tends to think that concern regarding homosexuality is exaggerated beyond its true importance in WN circles.

Perhaps because I was at one time confronted directly and from a complexity of different angles with the implication to myself, but having no doubt that I wasn’t, and wanting to be unburdened of any accusation’s tedium, I was forced to make efficient intellectual work of putting aside any such accusation, to master the ways in which the issue could be deftly set aside as it is - largely irrelevant.

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Posted by DanielS on Monday, June 16, 2014 at 03:09 AM in ActivismAnti-racism and white genocideArt & DesignAwakeningsConservatismFeminismGenetics & Human Bio-DiversityHealthLiberalism & the LeftMarxism & Culture WarSocial liberalism
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Misology in America Part 2.1

Misology in America Part 2.1
By Robert E. Reis

Why do most people believe that smoking is dangerous?
Studies which in any other area of science would be rejected as second-rate and inferior but which support antismoking are accepted as first-rate.
Studies which are conducted according to orthodox and rigorous design but do not support the idea that smoking is harmful are not merely ignored but suppressed.
The public health authorities and health care professionals have ignored their duty to tell the truth.


Posted by Robert Reis on Sunday, April 4, 2010 at 02:22 PM in Health
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Health Recommendations

by exPF

Are you in good health? Well, what defines good health? Is it enough not to have cancer or debilitating diseases, or should one expect a spark of vivacity, vigor and animal spirits?

Here’s a website that lists some non-traditional (mostly herbal) remedies for ailments which many people have but are rarely diagnosed.

That website will repay some research into the various topics of discussion. Some of the website is the domain of “Quackery” so be warned - most of it however is quite good.

I recommend that everyone do the liver flush.  It is a cleansing procedure that takes 2 days, and requires only oil, juice and Epsom salt. After I did it, I shat out massive amounts of ‘sand’ and rocks - apparently the contents of my liver - and became, overnight, a far better soccer player. Apparently, I’m a lot faster when I’m not carrying the contents of a sandbox inside my liver.

I also recommend the bowel cleanse - it will eliminate the poo in you that is stuck in your system, the so-called mucoid plaque.  Basically its a rubbery black rope-like shit-tube. Everyone is carrying this around - unless you’ve eaten a stirling diet your entire life.

Next up for me is the parasite cleanse - recommended for anyone, because everyone has some type of parasites.  This last cleanse requires more reading as there are many possible avenues for treatment. Parasites are a big drain on a man - for example, Candida is an internal yeast infection that looks like cotton balls and eats up all your magensium. You feel it when magnesium gets low because you can’t think so clearly.

Beyond this is the kidney cleanse, halogen cleanse, and chelating stuff. The latter removes heavy metals stored in your fat supply.  Then you can proceed to lose weight, so you burn off fat which is likely used in your body for toxin storage.

Anyway, at least do the simple stuff, because our philosophy needs happy, thriving, bright-faced exponents who will be more vivacious than the other side in all things.  Also if you find yourself lacking the happy childhood energy, you feel yourself getting older, rings under the eyes, beer belly - it need not be that way.  Go on a cleansing diet and restore some of your youthful vivacity.  We all know by observation how the state of the material body effects “the spirit” - with that in mind I wish all participants here the best gift of all - good health!

Posted by Guest Blogger on Wednesday, April 1, 2009 at 04:16 PM in Health
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Misology in America Part 2

Misology in America Part 2
By Robert E. Reis

Misology is the hatred of objective knowledge gained by the scrupulous use of the scientific method when it contradicts the political goals, ideology or religious faith of the misologists.

Misologists dominate the discussion of public policies in several areas in the modern world.

In the United States misologists predominate in the media, the universities, the schools, and among the elected politicians and the clergy.

In Part 1 I presented evidence that the misologists dominate the public discussion of the distribution of the general mental ability factor or IQ in various identifiable human genetic clusterings.

For many decades the public health authorities, the media and politicians have propagated dire warnings about the harmfulness of smoking tobacco products for the individual smoker. When these dire warnings failed to persuade all smokers to stop, the public health authorities began propagating dire warnings about the effects of passive inhalation of tobacco smoke by non-smokers.


Posted by Robert Reis on Thursday, December 20, 2007 at 03:53 AM in Health

Bigots, Fools and Liars:Doctors and Guns

Bigots, Fools and Liars:
Doctors and Guns
Robert E. Reis

“He who will not reason is a bigot; he who cannot is a fool; and he who dares not is a slave.”
Sir William Drummond

Since 1979 the public health community in the United State has progressively recommended ever stricter laws banning the private ownership of handguns and are working to remove firearms from American life.
The anti-gun health advocacy lobby sees their anti-gun propaganda as part of an admirable tradition of political advocacy by doctors and other health professionals in support of political measures designed to improve public health.
They believe the need to reduce gun availability is an inarguable truth to which there can be no legitimate opposition.
They are filled with the spirit of the Abolitionist who brought America the War Between the States.


Posted by Robert Reis on Thursday, September 6, 2007 at 06:24 AM in Health
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The politics of HIV and TB in Britain

A certain ex-founding MR blogger sent me this tawdry tale from the Times :-

An illegal immigrant has been accused of infecting at least six women with the HIV virus at the campsite where he worked.

Everson Banda, 29, was sent home to Zimbabwe by immigration officials last month after he admitted that his asylum claim was groundless.

He had worked illegally as a security guard and later as a caravan salesman at Orchards Holiday Village near Clacton-on-Sea, Essex.

Colleagues at the campsite said that he had slept with “literally scores” of visitors and at least 13 co-workers during his three years there. Five holiday-makers and one co-worker have subsequently tested positive for HIV and they blame Mr Banda.

He told none of the women that he had HIV even though his health was failing. Carriers of the virus who knowingly infect sexual partners can be prosected for assault occasioning grievous bodily harm.

Mr Banda was deported on August 19 after immigration officials arrested him the previous month. He had claimed that he faced imprisonment or torture in Zimbabwe.


Posted by Guessedworker on Thursday, September 14, 2006 at 03:44 AM in Health
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School sports not quite dead yet

By and large, there are few more certain ways to make your MP’s eyes glaze over (yes, yes, I know it’s usually the other way round) than to ask him a question in some way connected to school sports. It just isn’t done in polite society, and besides the MP will most probably be under specific instructions not to say a thing about both the Government’s and the Opposition parties’ papable contempt for all physical endeavour. The few old fashioned Tories who once cared about such things are dead, either literally or politically, and if not are either kept on a leash or treated as amusing relics of a distant past.

The result of such neglect has been disastrous. If you read Private Eye (sadly mostly unavailable online), you will know about the sheer number of state school sports fields sold off. Those few that do keep theirs nonetheless keep them simply as mementos of a dying era, all actual exercise having been abandoned in order to prevent anyone’s feelings getting hurt or to engage in whatever latest nonsense has been dreamt up by the Labour meddlers, such as ‘cooperative’ Sports Days. In essence, sport and political correctness (and the therapy culture) simply don’t mix, and as the latter are the modern day religion of our leaders sport just has to go.

In such a climate, even the slightest turn-around is encouraging, and so with that in mind this should be considered:

Children across the UK are to be given the chance to compete in their own version of the Olympics.
The government hopes the UK School Games will help unearth British talent for the London Olympics in 2012.

Granted, this is still just bread and circuses, something to make sure that London’s 2012 Olympics do not end in the embarrassment that we, quite frankly, deserve. There is also every chance that this’ll turn into yet another showcase for how much Africans contribute to the UK. I’ll be convinced otherwise if and when I hear a govenrment employee make full clear why sport is to be encouraged.

First of all, and this shouldn’t be beyond even one of our hollow NuLabour/NuTory types, it should be made clear that a healthy lifestyle must inevitably involve exercise, and that such a lifestyle reduces the burden on the NHS, reduces working days lost to illness, etc, etc, etc. Going further, we might also add that a healthy population is less likely to fall prey to various potentially dangerous fads and enthusiasms. That a healthy mind requires a healthy body was medical orthodoxy until Hitler’s advocacy of this idea discredited it in the minds of certain people (who probably don’t get enough exercise).

Indeed, it is simply obvious why sport is beneficial. Only an organisation utterly incapable of looking beyond the next few years would not encourage its members to participate in it. Step forward egalitarian democracy, the God that Failed.

The question of sport in schools may seem trivial by comparison to others facing us, but it is controlled by the same dynamics which control our heedless immigration, social and economic policies. As such, it is fairly obvious why the impeccably populist Messiah that Failed, Tone Blair, should wish to ignore entirely its long term benefits. He’s still a Keynesian at heart, at least in the sense of believing that ‘in the long run, we’re all dead’, and until that pernicious doctrine is shown up for the destructive agent that it is, no long term future of any sort can be secured for us.



Posted by Alex Zeka on Friday, September 8, 2006 at 04:27 AM in Health
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And off to bed

There are many health benefits for those who enjoy regular sex. Lucy Atkins looks at the latest scientific research

It does not take a degree in medicine to work out that sex is good for you. Anything that is free, feels fabulous and leaves you glowing is plainly a good idea. But scientists are now beginning to understand that the perceived feel-good effects of sexual intercourse are merely the tip of the iceberg. Sex, they are discovering, can help protect you from depression, colds, heart disease and even cancer.


Posted by Phil Peterson on Tuesday, April 25, 2006 at 11:11 AM in Health
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A small investigation into hypocritic oafs

A few days ago it was suggested here that in British medical practise there is a suspiciously high corollation of roving hands to medicos of Indian extraction.  Well, today the story of the breast-mad Dr Kayode Falodun made it into the press and he, it seems, is a Nigerian.  So I thought I would check out how well-behaved these desperately needed saviours of the nation’s health really are, and roughly what proportion of miscreants are (a) foreign, (b) Indian.  Accordingly and without much hope of success, I visited the website of the General Medical Council, the doctor’s trade union and self-regulating authority.

The first thing I saw on the front page was a face-pic of a black woman with the suggestion of a doctor’s white coat at her neck.  She decorates the headline, “Diversity and Equal Opportunities Guides”.  Here we go again, I thought.  You can’t get away from it.

But no, this virtual paragon of virtuous practise is there not to tell the world of the GMC’s respec’ but to gently gull us.  The Diversity Guides she is publicising serve an entirely different purpose from the one you might expect.  They are there to put the doctor “in control”, ie to stop him being caught unawares by unprincipled money-grubbers, race lawyers and what-have-you.

It all seemed strangely, unexpectedly sane.  And then I remembered the pervasive fear of litigation that afflicts all doctors in the Western world, and how caution in diagnosis and treatment weights the intervention process, oftimes negatively, as a result.  The modern medical profession practises behind a stockade, and the most jealously guarded wall of that stockade is self-regulation.  The familiar pieties of our Marxist modernity simply cannot be permitted within, for they would corrode the regulatory mechanism and, with it, public trust.  Without the trust of the public the profession would be regulated from without in very short order, and that it most assuredly does not want.


Posted by Guessedworker on Friday, March 31, 2006 at 04:37 PM in Health
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It’s testosterone, what else?

From Reuters (but at least American public health researchers are willing to tell the public what they need to know):-

Just over half of new infections with the AIDS virus in the United States are in blacks, U.S. researchers reported on Monday.

A study of detailed data from 33 states shows that of 156,000 new cases of HIV infection between 2001 and 2004, 51 percent were in non-Hispanic blacks—although blacks made up just 13 percent of the population in those states.

“The rates are extremely high for African-Americans,” Tonji Durant of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, who led the study, told a news conference.


Posted by Guessedworker on Monday, February 6, 2006 at 08:10 PM in Health
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Baron-Cohen’s Assortive Mating vs Bowery’s Indian Immigration Hypothesis of Autism

An hypothesis by a guy named “Baron-Cohen” of autism’s etiology has been getting a lot of press recently.  He blames the increase in autism diagnoses on an increase in assortive mating among people with analytic minds—aka “nerds”.  Recently, the most read techie website on the net, Slashdot (calling itself, “News for Nerds”) carried an article which trumpted Baron-Cohen’s research.  My response is that not only are nerds not reproducing enough to create an explosion of anything but that the data provided by Baron-Cohen is virtually non-existent and is weaker than the data supporting the hypothesis that immigrants from India are causing the explosion of autism.


Posted by James Bowery on Monday, January 30, 2006 at 01:58 PM in Health
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Pandemics through the ages

This article provides us with a perspective on what earlier generations lived through and survived.


Posted by Phil Peterson on Tuesday, November 8, 2005 at 07:41 PM in HealthHistory
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One flu over the cuckoo’s nest

As someone who has no wish to drop dead from a flu pandemic, I view this article with considerable interest:-

“WASHINGTON (Reuters) - If vaccines and drugs are available too late to stop bird flu, then what can be done to battle H5N1 avian influenza if it spreads to people? Not a lot, experts say …  If a pandemic emerges in the coming year, there will not be enough supplies of drugs or vaccines to stop it and basic medical equipment that could slow its spread is also lacking ... World leaders have been stepping up their efforts to battle avian influenza in recent weeks, holding meetings, making international visits and ordering vaccines and drugs.”

The key phrase there – “recent weeks.”  Now, let’s look at the following:-

But many experts agree that little real progress has been made in stopping the spread of H5N1 bird flu …  “To believe that you can contain this locally is to believe in fairy tales,” said Mike Osterholm, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Minnesota who has advised the U.S. government on avian flu and warned of the danger of a flu pandemic for years.”

So, Osterholm and other experts have been warning about this for YEARS, but only until recently have “world leaders” listened.  I guess it took his brilliance, the immortal Dubya, to read a book (or more likely have it read to him) about the 1918 flu pandemic to have anyone get off their rear ends and do anything.


Posted by JW Holliday on Wednesday, October 12, 2005 at 05:09 PM in Health
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Who will live, who will die?

There has been a lot of talk in the media recently about the impending flu pandemic.  “Our” president has put forth his usual response to any problem - use military force.  One wonders why.

Let us consider together.

I have read where the US is stockpiling anti-viral medications - but only enough to cover a fraction of the population.  Who will get them?  We are told that, even if a vaccine will be developed after a pandemic outbreak, the time it will take to develop the vaccine means that demand will outstrip supply; there will not be enough for everyone.  Who will get it?

Ah, yes, we hear about “CDC recommendations” and “high risk” groups, and “health care workers” first.  But,
can we believe that? 


Posted by JW Holliday on Wednesday, October 5, 2005 at 04:31 PM in Health
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Heart surgery outcome may be worse in blacks

Sep 16 (Reuters Health) - The short-term rates of death or heart attack after heart surgery are comparable for blacks and whites, but there is trend toward worse long-term outcomes in blacks, researchers report in the European Heart Journal.


Posted by Phil Peterson on Wednesday, September 21, 2005 at 06:10 PM in Health
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HIV in Britain “is black and it is gay”

AIDS hasn’t been much in domestic news in Britain for many years.  So you could be forgiven for being a bit surprised by the British government’s new advertising campaign warning of a heterosexual AIDS epidemic?

Celebrities including LL Cool J, Christina Aguilera and Ashley Judd are photographed with their hands clasped over their ears or with their mouths sealed with masking tape.  Below, the relevant bit of the age-old adage is spelt out - Hear no evil, See no evil, Speak no evil - and a reminder about Aids.

The message is clear: when it comes to sex and HIV, we are not listening.  It is the first sally in what will become the most high-profile sex education campaign seen in Britain for many years, including a £50m advertising blitz

Of course, this isn’t the first such campaign.  Back in the 1980’s when the awful shock of AIDs burst upon public consciousness we were treated to a particularly graphic and memorable one.  Falling tombstones, if you recall.  You might also recall that the Tory government of the day was bullied by the homosexual lobby into targeting the campaign at heterosexuals when they all knew who the high-risk minority really was.  It was a spectacularly wrong decision which could have cost many homosexual men their lives.

At least the Tories had to be forced to do the progressive thing.  Labour needs no such encouragment, no bullying to prevent knowledge of the high-risk minority being passed to the population at large.



Posted by Guessedworker on Saturday, September 10, 2005 at 04:49 PM in Health
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David B on interracial marriage

David B of Gene Expression blog has a new post on interracial marriage, wherein he argues for no strong biological reasons either for or against interracial breeding.  I do not have much time to reply at length, but some of David B’s major points are easily critiqued by the data cited in my previous posts, and it doesn’t take much time to link to previous posts.  I left most of the following at his blog, but there is no telling how long it will remain there.


Posted by J Richards on Monday, August 15, 2005 at 05:13 PM in Blogs & BloggingEthnicity and Ethnic Genetic InterestsHealthRace realism
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The health consequences of race mixing

The health consequences of race mixing among living organisms could be neutral, beneficial or harmful.  This issue has been difficult to address in humans, but data from random, population-based studies have started coming in, and here we consider the first such dataset.


Posted by J Richards on Monday, June 6, 2005 at 05:38 PM in AnthropologyEthnicity and Ethnic Genetic InterestsHealthRace realism

Another deadly virus emerges

A terrifying story about the emergence of a deadly new virus from that petri-dish called Africa.

Some day our love of open borders will come with a very heavy price.


Posted by Phil Peterson on Saturday, April 16, 2005 at 06:06 PM in Health
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I remember a Romanian telling me, just before the downfall of the Ceausescus, that it would take three generations at least to remove the taint of the communist system from the souls of Romanians; it will take at least as long to remove managerialism from the souls of the British, though it has been with us for so comparatively short a period.

Theodore Dalrymple

Posted by Guest Blogger on Saturday, November 6, 2004 at 12:04 PM in Health
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