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White Motorist Attacked by Mob in Detroit


BILL R. writes:

Here is another predictable Detroit illustration of the truth that no good deed goes unpunished. A child stepped in front of a passing pickup truck and the driver stopped to help him. The child’s leg was broken in the accident, but the man was viciously beaten and robbed by at least eleven men. He is in critical condition in the hospital.

Isn’t it amazing that in America all one needs to do in order to know the truth about race is to simply turn statements by government officials and MSM narratives into their precise opposite? Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan said of this horrible crime, “This senseless vigilante style attack is not the essence of who we are as Detroiters and will not be tolerated.” (Continued)

The Model Minority: State Government Edition




California State Sen. Leland Yee, of San Francisco, is yet another member of the Model Minority who does not fit the ideal. Yee was recently charged with trafficking in firearms while a public official. He is accused of “buying automatic firearms and shoulder-launched missiles from the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, an Islamist extremist group located in the southern Philippines and attempting to re-sell those weapons to an undercover FBI agent, as well as accepting a $10,000 bribe from an undercover agent in exchange for placing a call to the California Department of Public Health regarding a contract at the organization.”

It’s quite a disturbing story. From the Los Angeles Times:

In all, 26 people, including former school board president Keith Jackson, were indicted on charges related to an extensive crime ring headed by well-known Chinatown figure Raymond Chow, who was also arrested and charged Wednesday.

The indictment alleges Yee and Jackson defrauded “citizens of honest services” and were involved in a scheme to traffic firearms in exchange for thousands in campaign donations to the senator.


Columbia University Sikh Professor Beaten


SHEFALI writes from India:

This bit of news about a Sikh who is a professor at Columbia and who was attacked in Harlem found it’s way all the way here. This must be one of those rare articles where the race of the attackers escaped the liberal gag.

“They were walking past a group of 25 to 30 young men, many of whom had bikes, when he heard, “Get him!”


“Singh tells BuzzFeed that he doesn’t remember much about the suspects — except that most were “African-American.”


Do You Notice a Pattern?


LOOK closely at the photos below of a small sampling of people who have been murdered, or are suspected of having been murdered, by black assailants. (One was not murdered. He was paralyzed from the neck down for life.) They were all but one attacked in “random” and “senseless” acts of violence by strangers.

Do you see anything remarkably similar — not a physical trait, but a quality of character — in all these faces? I don’t ask the question out of idle curiosity. I think the answer tells us something important about black psychology.


Nathan Trapuzzano



John Bannon died after he was knocked to the ground in Baton Rouge on Feb. 1.


French News


THE FRONT NATIONAL won historic gains in the French elections earlier this week, winning a total of eleven cities. The nationalistic, anti-European Union, anti-immigration party is widely identified with its leader, Marine Le Pen. “People want to live like French people in France, not like Saudis or Qatari,” Le Pen said at a campaign rally. There is no major political figure in the United States who could get ahead saying similar things about American culture.

As an aside to the main news, Galliwatch has a post on the second “wife” of the new prime minister, Manuel Valls. In keeping with French fashions in political polygamy, Anne Gravoin replaced the mother of Valls’s four children. Tiberge writes of recent political wives:

They all seem similar. Cecilia Sarkozy, Carla Bruni, Ségolène Royal, Valérie Trierweiler, Julie Gayet, and now Anne Gravoin. Hugely ambitious (Cecilia less so), totally dependent on the man in their life for their own celebrity status, vaguely immoral, “cool” fashionistas, very leftist, antagonistic toward the traditional woman be she Madame De Gaulle, Marine Le Pen or Madame Ayrault, they ply the trade of social climber/courtesan with cold-blooded determination. Unfortunately, I don’t find them interesting.


Another Faux Soldier Whines of Inequality



Marine Corps Second Lt. Sage Santangelo, who is 5′ 3″, boasts that she can pass the grueling Infantry Officer Course — even though she has already failed it.


The Marine, arms crossed and dressed in fatigues with sleeves rolled up to display a well-developed arm, stares right into the camera. The eyes are of an attractive greyish-blue tint, and are set in a face that exudes an air of confidence which has been a tradition and trademark of the U.S. Marines from its founding. This is the face of today’s U.S. Marines; it is also the face a female Marine: 2nd Lt. Sage Santangelo. (Her parents were apparently fond of alliteration.)

Why does 2nd Lt. Santangelo’s photo grace the front page of The Washington Post’s Outlook Section (Mar. 30, 2014)? Well, it appears that the she feels slighted that the Corps did not think enough of her to allow her to lead Infantry Combat Units, so she has been unable to achieve her goal…at least for now. It appears that fourteen female candidates applied for the honor of leading Marine infantry units and demonstrate that they are “as good as men,” but none of the fourteen applicants made it across the finish line. One might add that more than 90% of the male candidates didn’t either.


The Communist Rhetoric of Jorge Bergoglio



Francis with Nicolas Maduro, the Marxist dictator of Venezuela

ATILA Sinke Guimarães continues his analysis of Francis’s apostolic exhortation (also known here as his apostatical exhortation.) He says the document’s teaching on economic matters is “as red as the flag of the Communist Party.”

Young Father-to-Be Shot in Indianapolis



Nathan Trapuzzano

NATHAN TRAPUZZANO, a 24-year-old newlywed computer programming student and former classics scholar who was expecting the birth of his first child next month, was murdered while taking an early morning fitness walk on the streets of Indianapolis yesterday.  He was shot in the abdomen and died a short time later. The shooting occurred shortly after two men, who appear to have been young and could have been teenagers, approached him. He is seen talking to one of them briefly and moving quickly away in a video released by the police.

The incident has all the hallmarks of a black mugging though the race of the assailants cannot be clearly identified from the video and police have not released a description. The press has called the killing “senseless” even though it was one of seven shootings that took place in Indianapolis in the space of three days. It was no more senseless than a drought in the desert.


“The One Thing Necessary”


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Gustave Dore

FROM The Three Ages of the Interior Lifeby Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P.:

As everyone can easily understand, the interior life is an elevated form of intimate conversation which everyone has with himself as soon as he is alone, even in the tumult of a great city. From the moment he ceases to converse with his fellow men, man converses interiorly with himself about what preoccupies him most. This conversation varies greatly according to the different ages of life; that of an old man is not that of a youth. It also varies greatly according as a man is good or bad.


The Model Minority: Japanese Biology Edition



It isn’t only Chinese ‘scientists’ who just make stuff up. A Japanese “researcher” has been founded guilty of falsifying date in stem cell research.


Soldierettes Cry “Racism” Over Hairdo’s



The latest dark twist (pun intended) that feminism and mandated diversity has brought to our new and unimproved armed forces is a flap over women’s hairstyles, as the Army Times reports.  Black soldierettes are complaining that certain restrictions on America’s Amazons’ hairdos are “racially biased.”  This will no doubt lead to the “leadership” of our New Model Army’s getting its panties in a twist trying to figure out how to placate the dissed Amazons who are complaining.

Looking at the pictures of the proscribed fashions, the regulations seem reasonable to me.  Of course, if the U.S. armed forces were reasonable organizations suited to their stated purpose, no such regulations would be necessary.

Walking in the Valley of the Shadow …. of Pizza




MICHAEL writes:

I am a regular reader who finds solace in your posts.  I am a Catholic living in Marin County, California.  If you know anthing about this place, you know that I am very much alone. As one friend in North Carolina puts it, I am “deep inside enemy territory.”  In the interest of keeping the peace, I keep my faith and views to myself unless I know I am among kindred spirits — and thankfully, there are a few.  Thoughtful debate of differing points of view?  No, thank you — we’re liberals.  Anything that does not cleave to the progressive orthodoxy is shouted down, mocked, ridiculed and ostracized.  I am grateful for your site and others like it, for I would be still more alone without them.

One needn’t go as far as New Zealand to experience cultural decline through pizza.  Not three miles from where I sit is a pizza hotspot, quite popular with families in our upper-middle-class area.  There is a large playroom for children, a wide selection of craft-brewed beers, and a cool, hipster vibe.  It’s run and frequented by Brazilians, which gives it instant cachet.  Perhaps not coincidentally, Brazilians also make up a large portion of the nannies and childcare providers in the area, and they often bring the children in their care to this place.  It’s a lively scene, parents socializing while drinking and munching pizza; kids playing; large-screen TV’s showing sports, and a brewing apparatus on full display behind glass walls.


A Lenten Meditation



FROM Meditations for Lent from St. Thomas Aquinas:

Christ truly suffered for us, leaving us an example in anxieties, contempts, scourgings, the cross, death itself, that we might follow in His steps. If we endure for Christ our own anxieties and sufferings, we shall also reign together with Christ in the happiness that is everlasting. St. Bernard says, ” How few are they, O Lord, who yearn to go after Thee, and yet there is no one that desireth not to come to Thee, for all men know that in Thy right hand are delights that will never fail. All desire to enjoy Thee, but not all to imitate Thee. They would willingly reign with Thee, but spare themselves from suffering with Thee. They have no desire to look for Thee, whom yet they desire to find.”





Spring Pools

Robert Frost

These pools that, though in forests, still reflect
The total sky almost without defect,
And like the flowers beside them, chill and shiver,
Will like the flowers beside them soon be gone,
And yet not out by any brook or river,
But up by roots to bring dark foliage on.

The trees that have it in their pent-up buds
To darken nature and be summer woods—
Let them think twice before they use their powers
To blot out and drink up and sweep away
These flowery waters and these watery flowers
From snow that melted only yesterday.

Pizza from Hell



MICHAEL R. writes:

You make interesting associations between pizza and dysfunction in the modern world so I thought a pizza chain, Hell Pizza, which has started here in New Zealand and spread elsewhere, might interest you. As a marketing tool, its reversal of what we might normally expect has a quirky attraction, yet the continuing and growing evisceration of language will not be without ill effect.  The menu options include : Lust Deluxe, Lust, Greed, Envy, Pride, Sloth, Gluttony,  Pandemonium,  Grimm, Creator, Limbo, Damned,  Sinister, Underworld, Serpent. Snack Pizza with One Topping For Your Little Devil, or a Snack Pizza With One Topping and a Kids’ Drink For Your Little Devil.

 Condition the kid’s and condition the consumer in one easy serving.