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Multiculturalism, Feminism, and the Transport Rape Epidemic

“There have been rises in reported sexual offences on London Underground and London Overground networks.” Transport for London, 2017/2018 Crime Statistics Bulletin. “The number of rapes and sex assaults of taxi and private hire passengers in London reached a 14-year high in 2016.” BBC News. One of my all-time favorite thrillers is Richard Harmon’s claustrophobic […]

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The Migrant Rape Epidemic in Germany and the Descent into Madness

QUOS DEUS VULT PERDERE PRIUS DEMENTAT — “Whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad.” ANGELA MERKEL IN APPROPRIATE ATTIRE “Merkel is at the risk of an imminent mental breakdown and now represents a danger to Germany.” — Hans-Joachim Maaz, top German psychiatrist and best-selling author The staggering number of sex crimes committed in a […]

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On Muslim Crime, Genetics and the Rape of Europe

Another day, another Muslim-perpetrated shooting in Europe. And despite the gunman having the rather un-European name of Omar El-Hussein, the incident has provided yet more opportunities for redundant warnings against ‘European’ anti-Semitism. These killings, like those in Paris, disturb and irritate me for a number of reasons. Firstly, and most obviously, I am troubled at […]

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Norway vs. Sweden on immigration: The importance of becoming part of the mainstream

In his article on the Africanization of France, Guillaume Durocher notes that no doubt North American White Nationalists can be critical of the FN’s [National Front’s] positioning [i.e., their  public stance that they are unconcerned whether the ethnic French become a minority in France]. I would note however that, as of today, this position is necessary […]

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Less is Moore: Men-Shuns, Pensions and Rape-Gangs

Languages never stay still. In one key dialect of modern English, meaning can be conveyed by the absence of adjectives. It happens with the nouns “man” and “men”, though you’ll also see it with nouns like “youth/s”, “teen/s”, and so on. Mentions of “men” are often men-shuns, because the media avoid describing the “men” any further. […]