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[World Cup 2022] U.S. Men’s National Team racial-national-ancestral origins and demographics


A comprehensive racial-national ancestry analysis for the 26 players on the U.S. Men’s National Team roster at World Cup 2022. Four years ago, I created a series of racial ancestry team-profiles of the national teams of Europe at World Cup … Continue reading

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Who Radicalized Heidi Beirich (SPLC)? Beirich’s origin story, family, early life, clues to her political origins and turn towards left-wing extremism


— — — “Sometimes Americans forget that this country was founded on white supremacy.” (Heidi Beirich, May 2017) Heidi Beirich, long of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a US political commissar-like organization, was in the news recently (late Oct. … Continue reading

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“Who Lost California?” The ‘When,’ the ‘Who,’ and the ‘Why’ of California’s Decline from Midwest-on-the-Pacific to Brazil-on-the-Pacific


(Note: The title of this post is a reference to the late-1940s’ and early 1950s’ “Who Lost China?”) This essay is a foray into how California’s “Third World-ization” — as the Wall Street Journal and the National Review and many … Continue reading

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Race Heresy Enrages UCLA


A Race Heretic had been operating at one of the USA’s major universities. The Race Heretic was exposed, humiliated, punished. It happened in mid-March 2011. The racial milieu in which the Race Heretic was caught: [Full Version, with explanatory notes] … Continue reading

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Diversity is a code word, for…


Prominently published in The Washington Post recently was the below graphic. (Article). See if you can see what is wrong with it: Did you catch that? If not, read the title and caption at the top. Now look at the … Continue reading

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Richard Nixon’s ancestry: possible clues about why some hated him


A. It is politically-correct to hold Richard Nixon in contempt.B. Nixon was arguably the final American president that could be said to sympathize with populist-nationalism, a kind of throwback to the politics of decades earlier.C. Richard Nixon’s ancestry was of … Continue reading

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