Lessons from Discussing the Duke Rape Case in a Liberal Classroom

This evening, my Criminal Procedure class discussed the infamous Duke Lacrosse Rape case of 2006. White Rights advocates remember this case as one of the most blatant and open examples of the criminal law being used as a weapon of racial hatred in America’s recent history. For those unaware, the basic facts are that a …

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Putting Quebec in Perspective: People Who Celebrate and Excuse Violence Have No Right to Decry It

While we don’t know the motive for the Quebec City mosque shooting yet, the development that the Muslim suspect was in fact not a shooter after all, leaving only Bissonette who apparently had at least some sympathy for politicians critical of Islam, makes it probable that some anti-Islamic sentiment was involved. So far the usual …

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Complaining About Discrimination is Brave. . .Unless Your White, Then Its “Not Ok” and “Racist”

Oh wait, complaining about discrimination is NOT ok? How was I supposed to know? Last I heard it was brave, and courageous, and you know, for justice and all that nice stuff. Oh wait, that’s right, I’m White, I get it now. Discriminating against me is fine, and if I complain I’m a racist. Ok. …

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Anti-Discrimination Laws are Anti-White

Although on paper, anti-discrimination laws apply to all races, in practice they are only ever used against Whites. That is because they were invented by proponents of melanosupremacy to be used as weapons against the exercise of constitutional rights by White people. The result is that, in practice, non-Whites are allowed to discriminate against Whites …

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The Politics of Fear and the Politics of Hypocrisy

This entire election season the left has been telling us that Donald Trump’s campaign was running on fear. But in the last three days, what I have seen is something else. I have seen a Clinton campaign that was run on fear. As a law student, attending a law school that is liberal even by …

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What’s in a Perspective?

Melanosupremacy has a policy of invaliding White perspectives and validating non-White ones. This is a method of disempowering the White community and divesting White people of their rights. The White perspective is dismissed and demonized, with the result of causing Whites to suppress their own perspective. It’s a form of gaslighting. Fear, anger, pride. Have …

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Hilary is Sick and Tired of Seeing Blaming and Shaming—So am I

NOTE: I wrote this last fall, but did not get a chance to put it up then. Although I don’t think the ad I discuss here is still running, I think that the issue is still worth posting about. So here, a little late I admit, is my response to a particularly ironic Hillary campaign …

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Anti-White Terrorism in North Carolina

A report is just in that there has been some anti-White terrorism that has destroyed a Republican Party headquarters in Orange County, North Carolina. From the Telegraph: Police said a bottle filled with flammable liquid was thrown through the building's front window, and the words "Nazi Republicans get out of town or else" were spray …

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Melanosupremacists Attack Donald Trump for Giving White Students the Courage to Stand up for Themselves

The viciously anti-White left has built a whole pseudo-religion out of hating White people, and blaming the White community for everything they don’t like. Melanosupremacy has always lead to rampant anti-White victim blaming, where White victims of crime, bullying, censorship, and racial hatred, intimidation, and degradation have been attacked as the “bad guys” whenever they …

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