Trump Dares to Notice South Africa

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Twitter Is “Shadow Banning” Prominent Republicans Like the RNC Chair and Trump Jr.’s Spokesman – American Renaissance

July 26, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Twitter is limiting the visibility of prominent Republicans in search results — a technique known as “shadow banning” — in what it says is a side effect of its attempts to improve the quality of discourse on the platform.

The Republican Party chair Ronna McDaniel, several conservative Republican congressmen, and Donald Trump Jr.’s spokesman no longer appear in the auto-populated drop-down search box on Twitter, VICE News has learned. It’s a shift that diminishes their reach on the platform — and it’s the same one being deployed against prominent racists to limit their visibility. The profiles continue to appear when conducting a full search, but not in the more convenient and visible drop-down bar. (The accounts appear to also populate if you already follow the person.)

Source: Twitter Is “Shadow Banning” Prominent Republicans Like the RNC Chair and Trump Jr.’s Spokesman – American Renaissance

Aprés Ocasio-Cortez, le Deluge – American Renaissance

June 29, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Generals fight the last war. Journalists analyze the last campaign.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 28 years old, defeated Congressman Joe Crowley in the Democrat primary in New York’s 14th district. She will easily win the general election against another old white guy, Republican Anthony Pappas. Most journalists and Democrat politicians are shocked. Republicans are gleeful. All of them are wrong. Miss Ocasio-Cortez is what’s coming.

Miss Ocasio-Cortez ran on a hard-left platform of universal Medicare, abolishing ICE, free college tuition, and a federal universal jobs program. More importantly, she framed her candidacy as a generational and racial changing of the guard. Her campaign posters were bilingual; her ads could be seen as a thinly veiled appeal to racial pride. Her slogan was “It’s time for one of us.”

Source: Aprés Ocasio-Cortez, le Deluge – American Renaissance

Jared Taylor Wins First Round in Anti-Censorship Suit Against Twitter – American Renaissance

June 17, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Yesterday, California Superior Court Judge Harold E. Kahn rejected Twitter’s petition to dismiss the suit Jared Taylor brought against Twitter for banning his Twitter account and that of his organization, American Renaissance. The judge also rejected Twitter’s motion under California’s Anti-SLAPP law to strike the complaint, adding that it was “hard to imagine a clearer public interest lawsuit.”

Judge Kahn described Taylor’s complaint as “very eloquent,” adding that “it goes to the heart of free speech principles that long precede our constitution.”

Source: Jared Taylor Wins First Round in Anti-Censorship Suit Against Twitter – American Renaissance

Vicki Momberg: South Africa Becomes the USSR of Race – American Renaissance

March 31, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Woman gets prison sentence for using the “K-word.”

South Africa’s ANC regime is about to pass a draconian piece of legislation on “hate speech” directly aimed at whites. However, even before “The Prevention and Combating of Hate Crime and Hate Speech Bill” could become law, a minor district judge or “magistrate” in Randburg, a suburb of Johannesburg, sentenced Vicki Momberg to an effective two years prison sentence for using the “K-word” in an altercation with a black policeman.

In South Africa the term “kaffir” (“heathen” in Arabic) is the equivalent of the US “N-word.” Both white liberals and members of the black elite have become obsessed with the word, which to them is the apotheosis of white racism. So when a cellphone video of Vicki Momberg, an estate agent from the coastal city of Durban, began circulating on social media in 2016, the full might of the state was brought to bear on her in a way that would be unthinkable if she were black.

Source: Vicki Momberg: South Africa Becomes the USSR of Race – American Renaissance

The Global Bell Curve – American Renaissance

March 18, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Why are some countries rich and others poor? Why are some pleasant and well-run while others are pestholes? This question has attracted attention since at least the mid-18th century, when Montesquieu noted in De L’Esprit des Lois that rich countries were in the temperate zones and poor countries were in the tropics.

In earlier times it was common for the people of better-favored nations to assume that if a country was poor it was because its inhabitants were inferior. Mid-way through the 20th century, straightforward thinking of this kind fell out of fashion, in favor of complicated economic and even psychological theories of development. IQ and the Wealth of Nations marks a return to a simpler, more realistic view: that populations differ in average mental ability, and economic achievement reflects these abilities.

Source: The Global Bell Curve – American Renaissance


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