Zionist Jews Happily Brag About Being At The Center Of The Muslim Invasion Of Europe



The truth is the Western world is controlled by jewish supremacists like the Rothschild dynasty through media, entertainment, the banking system and puppet politicians who don’t care about anything but money power and status. Why is Israel the only democratic nation that doesn’t have to be politically correct? Why don’t they have to take in “refugees”? Why can they kick out Ethiopian Jews just because they’re black? Did you know it’s illegal for a Jew and non Jew marry in Israel? Where is the leftist outrage!? wheres the media coverage?


Sweden Accepted 162k Refugees in 2015, Guess How Many Have Jobs



Renegade Editor’s Note: I personally am glad the “refugees” are not getting jobs or assimilating, as it will make it easier on everyone to eventually send them back to their own lands, which must happen.

By Daniel Lang of The Daily Sheeple

When it comes to the migrant crisis in Europe, the two most important questions that need to be asked is, will these refugees ever return to their homelands, and if not, will they ever be able to function in European societies? So far, the answer to the latter of those two questions is a hard no.

Take Sweden for instance; a country that on a per capita basis, has probably taken in more refugees than any other European nation. In 2015 alone, they brought in 162,000 refugees. Now if these people were making assimilating into Sweden, you would see thousands of them finding jobs, finding homes, and learning the language. But by at least one of those metrics they are utterly failing. Out of those 162,000 refugees, guess how many have found a job since they reached Swedish shores?

Only 494 have jobs now. A majority of the refugees are qualified to receive work permits in Sweden. So far, roughly a third of them have received work permits (more would have them, but there are so many refugees that the government is struggling to issue them). And of those with permits, less than one out every hundred migrants has a job.

This has been a widespread problem across Europe with no real end in sight. Only Germany has managed to alleviate the problem somewhat, by making migrants exempt from minimum wage laws. Either way, the odds of these people ever assimilating into Western society is slim.

Either they’re going to be jobless and a chronic strain on the welfare systems of Europe, or they’re going to be resentful of the societies that welcomed them when they realize that they’re only ever going to be working for pennies on the dollar. They will become a permanent underclass, always dependent on the government, and with no motivation to ever accept Western values.

This article originally appeared on The Daily Sheeple.

Lithuanian nationalists celebrate Holocaust-era quisling, Pepe the Frog near execution site

(JTA) — Lithuanian ultranationalists marched near execution sites of Jews with banners celebrating a pro-Nazi collaborationist who called for ethnic cleansing and a symbol popular with members of the U.S. “alt-right” movement.

Approximately 170 people attended Thursday’s annual march in Kaunas, Lithuania’s second city that is also known as Kovno, the website Defending History reported.

The main banner featured a picture of the collaborationist Kazys Skirpa modified to resemble Pepe the Frog, a cartoon figure that was used by hate groups in the United States during the 2016 presidential elections, according to the Anti-Defamation League.

The banner also included a quote attributed to the Pepe-like portrait of Skirpa, an envoy of the pro-Nazi movement in Lithuania to Berlin, that read “Lithuania will contribute to new and better European order.”

Skirpa, who has a street named for him in Kaunas, “elevated anti-Semitism to a political level” that “could have encouraged a portion of Lithuania’s residents to get involved in the Holocaust,” the Genocide and Resistance Research Center of Lithuania asserted in 2015. But Skirpa “proposed to solve ‘the Jewish problem’ not by genocide but by the method of expulsion from Lithuania,” the center said.

The procession passed near the Lietovus Garage, where in 1941 locals butchered dozens of Jews. Thousands more were killed in an around Kaunas by local collaborators of the Nazis and by German soldiers in the following months.

“Kaunas is ground zero of the Lithuanian Holocaust,” Dovid Katz, a U.S.-born scholar and the founder of Defending History, told JTA on Friday. He condemned local authorities for allowing the march by “folks who glorify the very Holocaust-collaborators, theoreticians and perpetrators who unleashed the genocide locally.” Katz was one of five people who attended the march to protest and document it.

Lithuania is the only country that officially defines its domination by the former Soviet Union as a form of genocide. The name of the state-funded entity that wrote about Skirpa in 2005 refers both to the Holocaust and the so-called Soviet occupation.

The Museum of Genocide Victims in Vilnius, which until 2011 did not mention the more than 200,000 Lithuanian Jews who died in the Nazi Holocaust, was established in 1992 to memorialize Lithuanians killed by the Nazi, but mostly Soviet, states.

Another placard seen at the march on Feb. 16, one of Lithuania’s two independence days, featured a list of 33 names, supposedly of Jews who allegedly were involved in Soviet repression. “Information on Jews and Vanagaite,” the poster also read. In previous years, marchers also displayed Nazi swastikas.

Vanagaite referred to Ruta Vanagaite, a Lithuanian writer who last year co-authored an influential book about the Holocaust in Lithuania with Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff of the Simon Wiesenthal Center. The book triggered an acrimonious public debate about the longtime taboo issue of local complicity in the Holocaust.

Trump admin. weighed use of National Guard to round up unauthorized immigrants

AP — The Trump administration considered a proposal to mobilize as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to round up unauthorized immigrants, including millions living nowhere near the Mexico border, according to a draft memo obtained by The Associated Press.

Staffers in the Department of Homeland Security said the proposal had been discussed as recently as last Friday.

The 11-page document calls for the unprecedented militarization of immigration enforcement as far north as Portland, Oregon, and as far east as New Orleans, Louisiana.

Four states that border on Mexico were included in the proposal — California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas — but it also encompasses seven states contiguous to those four — Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.

White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Friday the document was “not a White House document.”

“There is no effort to do what is potentially suggested,” he said. Spicer called the AP report “100 percent not true, adding that there was “no effort at all to utilize the National Guard to round up unauthorized immigrants.”

A DHS official described the document as a very early draft that was not seriously considered and never brought to the secretary for approval.

The AP had sought comment from the White House beginning Thursday and DHS earlier Friday and had not received a response from either.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer calls on a reporter during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Sean Spicer. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Governors in the 11 states would have had a choice whether to have their guard troops participate, according to the memo, which bears the name of U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, a retired four-star Marine general.

While National Guard personnel have been used to assist with immigration-related missions on the U.S.-Mexico border before, they have never been used as broadly or as far north.

An anti-Trump banner outside the J&F Ice Cream store, which closed for the day in solidarity with the 'Day Without Immigrants' nationwide protests, in Los Angeles, California, on February 16, 2017. Scores of restaurants across the US shut down as part of the opposition to Donald Trump's treatment of immigrants. (AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON)

An anti-Trump banner outside the J&F Ice Cream store, which closed for the day in solidarity with the ‘Day Without Immigrants’ nationwide protests, in Los Angeles, California, on February 16, 2017. (AFP/Mark Ralston)

The memo was addressed to the then-acting heads of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and U.S. Customs and Border Protection. It would have served as guidance to implement the wide-ranging executive order on immigration and border security that President Donald Trump signed Jan. 25. Such memos are routinely issued to supplement executive orders.

Also dated Jan. 25, the draft memo says participating troops would be authorized “to perform the functions of an immigration officer in relation to the investigation, apprehension and detention of aliens in the United States.” It describes how the troops would be activated under a revived state-federal partnership program, and states that personnel would be authorized to conduct searches and identify and arrest any unauthorized immigrants.

If implemented, the impact could have been significant. Nearly one-half of the 11.1 million people residing in the U.S. without authorization live in the 11 states, according to Pew Research Center estimates based on 2014 Census data.

Use of National Guard troops would greatly increase the number of immigrants targeted in one of Trump’s executive orders last month, which expanded the definition of who could be considered a criminal and therefore a potential target for deportation. That order also allows immigration agents to prioritize removing anyone who has “committed acts that constitute a chargeable criminal offense.”

Under current rules, even if the proposal had been implemented, there would not be immediate mass deportations. Those with existing deportation orders could be sent back to their countries of origin without additional court proceedings. But deportation orders generally would be needed for most other unauthorized immigrants.

The troops would not be nationalized, remaining under state control.

Spokespeople for the governors of nine of the states either declined to comment or said it was premature to discuss whether they would participate.

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said his state had not had any contact about the proposal, but added, “I would have concerns about the utilization of National Guard resources for immigration enforcement. I believe it would be too much of a strain on our National Guard personnel.”

A representative for Texas did not immediately respond to the AP.

In this Feb. 24, 2015, file photo, members of the National Guard patrol along the Rio Grande at the Texas-Mexico border in Rio Grande City, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)

In this Feb. 24, 2015, file photo, members of the National Guard patrol along the Rio Grande at the Texas-Mexico border in Rio Grande City, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

The proposal would have extended the federal-local partnership program that President Barack Obama’s administration began scaling back in 2012 to address complaints that it promoted racial profiling.

The 287(g) program, which Trump included in his immigration executive order, gives local police, sheriff’s deputies and state troopers the authority to assist in the detection of immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally as a regular part of their law enforcement duties on the streets and in jails.

The draft memo also mentions other items included in Trump’s executive order, including the hiring of an additional 5,000 border agents, which needs financing from Congress, and his campaign promise to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico.

The signed order contained no mention of the possible use of state National Guard troops.

According to the draft memo, the militarization effort was to be proactive, specifically empowering Guard troops to solely carry out immigration enforcement, not as an add-on the way local law enforcement is used in the program.

Allowing Guard troops to operate inside non-border states also would go far beyond past deployments.

In addition to responding to natural or man-made disasters or for military protection of the population or critical infrastructure, state Guard forces have been used to assist with immigration-related tasks on the U.S.-Mexico border, including the construction of fences.

'Right to Dream' students and supporters block the street outside the federal Metropolitan Detention Center Friday in Los Angeles to celebrate the Obama administration's decision to stop deporting younger illegal immigrants (photo credit: AP/Nick Ut)

Illustrative photo of students celebrating the Obama administration’s decision to stop deporting younger illegal immigrants, June 2012 (AP/Nick Ut)

In the mid-2000s, President George W. Bush twice deployed Guard troops on the border to focus on non-law enforcement duties to help augment the Border Patrol as it bolstered its ranks. And in 2010, then-Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer announced a border security plan that included Guard reconnaissance, aerial patrolling and military exercises.

In July 2014, then-Texas Gov. Rick Perry ordered 1,000 National Guard troops to the border when the surge of migrant children fleeing violence in Central America overwhelmed U.S. officials responsible for their care. The Guard troops’ stated role on the border at the time was to provide extra sets of eyes but not make arrests.

Bush initiated the federal 287(g) program — named for a section of a 1996 immigration law — to allow specially trained local law enforcement officials to participate in immigration enforcement on the streets and check whether people held in local jails were in the country illegally. ICE trained and certified roughly 1,600 officers to carry out those checks from 2006 to 2015.

The memo describes the program as a “highly successful force multiplier” that identified more than 402,000 “removable aliens.”

But federal watchdogs were critical of how DHS ran the program, saying it was poorly supervised and provided insufficient training to officers, including on civil rights law. Obama phased out all the arrest power agreements in 2013 to instead focus on deporting recent border crossers and immigrants in the country illegally who posed a safety or national security threat.

Trump’s immigration strategy emerges as detentions at the nation’s southern border are down significantly from levels seen in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Last year, the arrest tally was the fifth-lowest since 1972. Deportations of people living in the U.S. illegally also increased under the Obama administration, though Republicans criticized Obama for setting prosecution guidelines that spared some groups from the threat of deportation, including those brought to the U.S. illegally as children.

Last week, ICE officers arrested more than 680 people around the country in what Kelly said were routine, targeted operations; advocates called the actions stepped-up enforcement under Trump.

Racial Limitations of the Libyan Experiment in Socialist Nationalism



A growing minority of young and educated people living in the European diaspora views one or another form of socialism favorably as an alternative to the dystopian hybrid form of capitalism prevailing at present. Nationally oriented socialist models, in particular, appear to be increasingly attractive. National Socialism as implemented in Hitler’s Germany is the most famous example, of course; but other countries, as with the Bolivarian revolutions recently gone into eclipse in Latin America, have also undertaken reforms designed to redistribute national resource wealth for the benefit of the citizenry.

Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, taking his cue from Arab nationalist titan Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt, was similarly inspired to revolutionize the Libyan economy for its people. Building on the modernizations begun by Italian colonizers and British administrators, Gaddafi was remarkably successful in raising his country’s rate of literacy and general standard of living, with socialized health care, education, and utilities far removed from anything experienced by the Bedouin as they existed mere decades previously. Just how far is indicated by the backward state of the country well into the twentieth century:

With eighty percent of the population either nomadic or seminomadic, and only six percent of the total population able to read or write, Libya was a country almost totally bereft of skills. Commentators disagreed on one statistic; some said two Libyans had been to college; others thought the figure should have been four. Whoever was right, Libya was a land forced to rely upon others to run its most basic services. Even justice was dispensed by foreigners. Long after independence, the Libyan Supreme Court comprised two Egyptians, one Briton, and one American.1

Libya’s short-lived Sanusi monarchy, furthermore, was dependent upon the presence of British and American military bases and little interested in fostering the ostensibly independent Libyan people’s autonomy – not that autonomy would have been possible given the country’s rudimentary educational infrastructure:

At its apex sat the King, who held power through the gift of foreign governments. Beneath him were ministers, appointed on the basis of family relationship or tribal affiliation, presiding over ministries staffed by foreigners because there were not enough educated Libyans to operate telephones, man desks, or keep the cashbooks. The schools were largely run by Egyptians, teaching Egyptian history from Egyptian textbooks. The army, navy, and air force – all piddling little outfits presenting no real threat to anyone – wore British uniforms, carried British weapons, and were led by British officers. Farms and businesses were still run by the Italian settlers.

Wherever one looked, the future seemed bleak.2

Gaddafi and entourage display the colors of Libya’s racial rainbow.

The country’s advances under Gaddafi, who took power in a 1969 coup, were nothing short of astounding. If the Libyan example illustrates anything, however, it is that not all socialist nationalisms are created equal, and that the indigenous human resources of a country are crucial. The Jamahiriya’s policy of border enforcement was less than stringent, and as Patrick Cockburn noted in 2011, “Racism against black Africans and Libyans with dark skin has long simmered in Libya. Before the war there were estimated to be a million illegal immigrants in the country, which has a population of six million and a workforce of 1.7 million.”3 In addition to the inherent limitations of Arabs, then, the country also had to cope with swelling numbers of sub-Saharans, toward whom Gaddafi – a man of Pan-Arabist sympathies who was also, however, something of a Pan-Africanist – was famously indulgent. The average Libyan IQ as estimated by Lynn and Vanhanen is 84 – putting the country behind such bastions of brain power as Mexico, Bolivia, Tonga, Cuba, Uzbekistan, and the Philippines4. Given such unenviable genetic infrastructure, it is unlikely that Libya’s rapid progress could have been made without the wealth of the country’s energy resources – nor did the Libyans ever manage to remedy their dependence upon imported intellect.

British writer and politician George Tremlett, who visited Libya and wrote a reasonably sympathetic 1993 book about the country’s national life under Colonel Gaddafi, can hardly be dismissed as a western propagandist when he presents the following pitiful picture of Libyan progress at that time, quoting his conversations with foreign workers on the scene:

“The Libyans are lovely people,” I was told, “but they haven’t a clue … Without foreign workers, their whole economy would fall apart. They can’t master modern technology, which comes unnaturally to them. … They have spent hundreds of millions of dollars importing the finest industrial machinery that you will find anywhere in the world; the range of their equipment is astonishing, but a lot of it is either never used or left in packing cases because they don’t know how to handle it. … They’ve got half-a-million Egyptians in there, working for them – and another seven hundred thousand Arabs from the Sudan, who are given all the dirty, shitty jobs that the Libyans don’t want to touch. … The Libyans are wealthy, but they’re in a mess. No one has ever taught them how to dispose of rubbish, so wherever you go there’s dirt and filth and abandoned cars. … These guys are no threat to anyone, but they’re too proud to admit it. … The truth is they need our help.”5

“These were eyewitnesses talking,” Tremlett emphasizes.

People who had gone where no foreign journalist is allowed, into the oil and gas fields, and the shining new factories built by German, Japanese, and South Korean contractors to enable Libya to manufacture consumer goods. In theory, Libya should be producing its own rather than buying abroad … but, in fact, these factories are at low levels of efficiency, either because the machines are not working; have broken down and cannot be repaired, or lack trained personnel … factories where the future lies in a packing case, just as Libya’s new planes, tanks, and missiles often stand idle in storage sheds because the country cannot produce enough trained technicians to operate their electronics.

Superficially, Libya appears a highly efficient modern state; the most prosperous in Africa. The oil and gas flowing through its desert pipelines have brought the country great wealth. […]

Inside Libya, new towns, schools, and hospitals have been built for its people. Every Libyan has access to education and modern health care, as of right. Housing standards are high … and where once camels trekked for days between oases, Libyan Arab Airways shuttles its passengers by airbus between Ghat, Sebha, Houn, Kufra, and Ghedames and the main cities, Tripoli and Benghazi. Modern telecommunications systems installed by Plessey and Marconi bring together remoter areas in a way that was impossible thirty years ago.6

If the efforts of a few thousand European engineers and skilled workers could do so much to elevate the standard of living of a backward and until-recently nomadic people like the Libyans, imagine what an entire country of Europeans, relieved of its demographic burdens, could do to elevate the lives of its own.

Rainer Chlodwig von K.


  1. Tremlett, George. Gadaffi: The Desert Mystic. New York, NY: Carroll and Graf, 1993, p. 76.
  2. Ibid., p. 83.
  3. Cockburn, Patrick. “‘Libyans Don’t Like People with Dark Skin, But Some Are Innocent’”. The Independent (August 29, 2011): http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/libyans-dont-like-people-with-dark-skin-but-some-are-innocent-2345859.html
  4. Lynn, Richard; and Tatu Vanhanen. IQ and the Wealth of Nations. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002, p. 77.
  5. Tremlett, George. Gadaffi: The Desert Mystic. New York, NY: Carroll and Graf, 1993, pp. 23-24.
  6. Ibid., pp. 24-25.

Originally posted at Aryan Skynet


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For decades America’s most liberal cities have thumbed their noses at the federal government, by becoming sanctuary cities and refusing to capture and prosecute illegal immigrants. The issue has gained renewed interest since the election of Donald Trump, who has threatened to revoke funding for these cities unless they begin to comply with federal immigration laws.

States like California have responded by trying to push through legislation that would make the entire state a sanctuary for illegal immigrants, and by even threatening to withhold taxes from the federal government. As much as it might pain conservatives, it appears that sanctuary cities are going to continue to thumb their noses at the feds and the Trump administration for the foreseeable future.

However, as upsetting as it is that entire cities are ignoring laws that protect our sovereignty, the idea of a sanctuary city isn’t as bad as you might think. I don’t see anything wrong with the basic premise of a community or a city ignoring laws that they think are harmful to them. I only disagree with it in regards to illegal immigration. Cities should be allowed to do this, provided they’re willing to face the consequences, such as defunding by the feds.

The only real problem with the idea of sanctuary cities is that conservatives and libertarians haven’t utilized the concept in their own communities. They haven’t worked up the nerve to ignore the onerous rules of a government they have long complained about. For instance, why haven’t they decided to create sanctuaries for gun rights? Places where cities and towns can ignore state and federal gun laws that they don’t like?

Well we may be about to see that very situation unfold in Oregon for the first time.

LAKEVIEW, Ore. – A measure challenging gun regulations is popping up around the state. Since 2015, four counties have passed a measure known as the Second Amendment Preservation ordinance, and commissioners in Malheur, Union and Lake counties have heard the same measure in the past few weeks.

The ordinance is a reaction to the Oregon Firearms Safety Act, passed by the state Legislature in 2015, which requires background checks for transfers of firearms between private parties. These county ordinances allow sheriffs to ignore this law – which gun advocates see as unconstitutional…

…Rob Taylor of Coos County is one of the chief petitioners for the Second Amendment Preservation ordinance. He said he wants Oregon to have what he called “sanctuary counties” for the Second Amendment.

“The same way Oregon has become a sanctuary state for immigration,” he said.

So far the legality of the measure is still being debated in Oregon, but hopefully it’ll succeed. At the very least it will give libertarians and conservatives a few ideas, and show them that yes, sanctuary cities and states aren’t just for the left. If the left decides to ignore federal laws that they don’t like, then two can play at that game.

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The Legacy of the Fallen Race



Why do so many of the ancient myths of cultures across the globe have a similar thread running through them that their earliest advances in technology, art, medicine, science and astronomy were all due to visits from light-skinned “gods” thousands of years ago? Many times, there is fact in the ancient fables people pass on from generation to generation, as you will see here.

Since ancient times, there have been legends in the records of ancient people telling of a global lost civilization. Some call this vanquished culture Atlantis, others Lemuria, Mu, Thule, Atland, Avalon—the list is too numerous. No matter what name is attributed to this supposed fabled land, the same description of a forgotten and once great heritage remains. Legends speak of a lost race of fair-skinned giants with blond or red hair, or pale white god-men who established civilization and ushered in a golden age. According to our ancient stories, they gave our ancestors writing, technology, medicine, strict religious and ideological beliefs and a common law system reflecting those core values.

In modern times, red- and blond-haired mummies have been found from the tombs of Egypt’s pharaohs to North and South America. For centuries, there have been reports of ancient Caucasoid peoples thriving in remote corners of the world, and then vanishing mysteriously from history. These accounts speak of white, red-haired giants and yellow-haired barbarians in countries now almost exclusively populated by non-Caucasian peoples. In time, modern archaeologists found traces of their existence. Millennia-old corpses found preserved in desert sands or frigid glaciers would ultimately be discovered. In addition to such physical remains, a wealth of historical and mythological evidence, both in written form and oral tradition, spoke of lost civilizations consisting of fair-skinned gods and light-eyed benefactors, who helped establish new cultures. According to numerous American Indian accounts, at the dawn of their society, they were visited by a great White god arriving from a far-away land located across the sea, who established their new mode of life, then departed, promising to someday return.


The discovery of light-skinned mummies in New Guinea and New Zealand, and persistent  references to godlike, light-skinned peoples inhabiting a now-sunken landmass in the Pacific Ocean, raised some interesting possibilities of just such a primordial race. But the presence of lost Caucasian peoples in the Americas is but the capstone to a much broader reality. Today, there exists an overwhelming body of evidence suggesting a now-lost population of Caucasians.

The last decades of the 20th century saw a revolution in our understanding of the depth and magnitude of prehistoric Caucasian migration and influence. In 1959, for example, hard, physical evidence of primitive, proto-Caucasoid peoples inhabiting the Americas during prehistory began to surface. Archaeologists digging at Santa Rosa Island, off the California coast, unearthed a number of skeletal remains dating back to 10,000 B.C., with apparent Caucasian features. During the 16th century, as the Spanish explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo skimmed the same coastline, he found that native Chumash Indians possessed physical attributes that set them apart from the rest of the Channel Island Indians. He reported that the women had “fine forms, beautiful eyes and a modest demeanor,” and their children were “white, with light hair and ruddy cheeks.”

These remains are ancient. They have implications far beyond their apparent novelty and uniqueness. They are the physical remnants of a forgotten race. They are a lost series of human tribes whose descendants now only make up 8% of the world population, but continue to influence culture, technology, scientific and educational achievement. This race has far surpassed any other group of people in terms of arts and communication. But these ancient peoples are far different than anything present today. Their lineage goes back to a distant, forgotten epoch of humankind. Far back into antiquity, a lost race of men produced an advanced culture at a time conventional scientists say no humans could have done so. They are a testament to their god and our way of life that cannot be equaled in the past or the present. This is a lost race of cultural and technological giants whose previous civilization has been lost forever. Their influence, however, has brought about the inception of human intelligence as we know it and given birth to the very first ancient civilization, and indeed all of human culture.


The 1990s saw the discovery of the most controversial archaeological find in North American history, Kennewick Man, a 9,000-year-old skeleton with clearly Caucasoid, not Mongoloid, traits. Forensic reconstructions of the recovered skull show a face akin to Patrick Stewart, the actor who portrayed Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Additional discoveries throughout the Americas hinted at a primordial Caucasoid population that roamed freely across much of the Western hemisphere. Today there is proof that ancient cultures around the world were visited by Caucasian races in ancient times, and they were depicted by contemporary historians and record-keepers as white gods. In the Vedic texts of India, the gods are depicted as having blond hair.

Ancient legends and codices tell us that at some point lost in the sands of time, long before Christopher Columbus or even Lief Erickson, White men landed on the shores of Indian-occupied North and South America. This culture bringer, as told by the ancient ones, is the bearded, blue-eyed White “god” known to the Toltecs and subsequent Aztecs as Quetzalcoatl. The Incas called him Viracocha; to the Mayas he was Kukulcan, who brought them their laws and script. To the Chibchas he was Bochia, the “White Mantle of Light.” Locals recounted that White “gods” turned up on the shores of Lake Titicaca and built a great city there, 2,000 years before the rise of the Incas. Aztec legends said the White god had come from the sea wearing a black cap and black gown. Oddly enough Hernando Cortez arrived wearing the same garb and in almost the very spot where Quetzalcoatl bade the people farewell, promising to return someday. The plumed crown of the White god/king Quetzalcoatl was preserved by the Aztecs over the centuries and was presented to Cortez, who they took to be Quetzalcoatl returned. It is now in the Museum of Ethnology in Vienna.


In March 2010, the archaeological community was stunned by the discovery of yet another Caucasian skeleton, this time in Mongolia. DNA extracted from this individual’s bones confirmed a direct genetic link to the West. In essence, these remains were clearly European, if not Western Eurasian. This time, however, the ancient corpse was not as old, dating to the first century A.D.

There are also legends of the Nestorian Christians of China and Central Asia who may be the basis of the Eastern Christian kingdom led by the mythical Prester John. This author has connected them with the Tarim mummies. Even Kublai Kahn was said to have red hair and green eyes.  Since there are those who believed the Chinese made it first to the New World in the early 15th century, then they could have brought with them the idea of a returning savior like the Mormons believe. In Aryan Sun-Myths: The Origin of Religion (1899), author Charles Morris touched upon the preponderance of the messianic ideal and its origins in Indo-European myth and lore and linked the original Hebrews and the Semites to the Aryans, as the controversial Madame Blavatsky did. These travelers from Asia to America could also have brought with them their Caucasian DNA. Indeed, most historians agree that there were numerous reports of Caucasian “Indians” in the Americas filed by European explorers during the early years of White colonization.

It is possible that our legends of both giants and fair-skinned deities can be linked to those times. Spanish-speaking writers from the 16th century reported that  the native Inca people of western South America revered Francisco Pizzaro and his conquistadors as powerful gods and referred to them as the “Viracochas,” because their god, Viracocha, similar to that of the Polynesians, Mayans and Aztecs, was light-skinned.  Indeed, the ancient city of Tiahuanaco was posited with being built by a fallen race of White giants or gods. This idea was espoused by author Rupert Furneaux.

The period of prehistoric Western arrival or habitation in China and East Asia is continually being pushed backward in time to an even earlier date. The origins of some Caucasian mummies trace back to some 6,000 years ago; some are even older. But the Mongolian individual was apparently held in high regard by his peers, as a major player in the Xiongnu empire, a multi-ethnic melting pot of former Eurasian nomads who challenged the supremacy of the Han Dynasty. This ancient conglomeration of foreign tongues and non-Mongoloid races no doubt consisted of many Indo-European speaking peoples.

During 2007, Peruvian investigators found literally dozens of Caucasian mummies in a vaulted tomb buried 82 feet beneath the forest floor of the Amazon jungle. These belonged to a pre-Inca race known as the Chacha­poyas, or “Cloud People.” Their discovery complimented 16th century Spanish reports of “strange, white Indians” with beards in the same region.


Even the giant statues of Easter Island, 2,180 miles off the Chilean coast, bear witness to the arrival and passage of an ancient Caucasoid race. In 1915, British archaeologist Katherine Routledge learned from a native islander the true nature of the ethnically different looking “Long Ears”—“men who came from far away in ships. They saw they had pink cheeks, and they said they were gods.” The last real ariki, or chief, was said to be quite white, Routledge reports: “‘White like me’? I innocently asked. ‘You!’ they said. ‘You are red, the color in European cheeks.’ Red is the term generally applied by Easter Islanders to Europeans. And urukeku is often translated ‘red-haired’.”

Indeed, the towering statues obviously displayed something other than Polynesian physiognomy, “and if the fine, oval faces, the large eyes, the short upper lip and the thin, often Apollo’s bow lips are any guide to race, they indicate a Caucasoid race.”

Anthropologists are baffled by the apparent presence of Caucasoid peoples in the prehistoric Pacific. Genetic testing conducted during the 1990s showed traces of Basque DNA in the people of Rapa Nui and Greater Polynesia. These ages-old, oral traditions are not only being underscored by the latest strides being made in genetic research, but combining to show that the prehistory of America is far richer in its human background than previously suspected.

The argument for an ancient Caucasian presence in remote parts of the world which should have no such influence or affiliation in very ancient times is compelling. Even West African tribes have legends of ghost-like creatures sharing dominion over their lands and giving them the power to think, to hunt and to organize their societies.


There is widespread evidence of an Aryan presence in ancient Egypt. As author Mary Sutherland has pointed out, the mummy of the wife of King Tutankhamun had auburn hair. In addition, an ancient mummy with red hair, red mustache and beard was found buried within the pyramids at Saqqara. Moreover, the crocodile-caverns of Aboutfaida possessed a number of red-haired mummies. The book History of the Egyptian Mummies mentions a primordial corpse with reddish-brown hair. The mummy of Thutmose II has light chesnut-colored hair. Evidence of a Gaulish and Saxon presence has also been revealed by Professor Vacher de Lapouge. According to de Lapouge, a blond mummy was found at Al Amrah, the displayed skull measurements indicative of the White race. Blond mummies have been found at Silsileh as well.

During Pre-Dynastic and Old Kingdom times, Egypt was primarily a Caucasian society. The DNA of tested mummies reveals that even today’s own chiefly Semitic and Negroid populations bear traces of that lost European bloodline. In The Children of Ra, author Arthur Kemp noted a DNA study conducted by G. Lucotte and published in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology in April 2003 proved Egypt’s mixed racial heritage. But continued research has proven that, during past epochs, Egypt had three primary waves of Europoid inhabitants. During Pre-Dynastic times came members of a pre-Aryan or old European population from Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean. Nordic invaders during the Old Kingdom also arrived. And continued waves of Indo-European tribes throughout the Middle and Early New Kingdoms also made it to Egypt.

King Tut’s racial profile is decidedly Western European in origin, and the further you trace back through Egyptian origins the more homogenous and advanced the Caucasian population.


The Northern Indians contain a significant proportion of R1a DNA, the Aryan racial genetic signature. The Aryan invaders established the caste system, or Varna, which in Sanskrit means “color.” The Bahadgavita and the Vedas describe the gods of the Hindus as having fair skin and blue eyes. Ancient Hindu texts describe both the different and impending racial conflict of the ancients in their scriptures.

In them, the leader of the the Aryans was Indra, and he is described as “slaying the Dasyus,” the Negroids of India. “Thou, Indra, art the destroyer of all the cities, the slayer of the Dasyus, the prosperer of man, the lord of the sky.” The RigVeda continues to describe the Dasyu and uses the term “black” in the course of the reference:

Indra, the slayer of Vrittra, the destroyer of cities, has scattered the Dasyu sprang from a black womb.” (RgV. II 20.6).

The Rig Veda describes in detail the light-skinned nature of the Aryan worshipers who have “frays that win the light of heaven.” In Afghanistan we have many cases of blond hair and blue and green eyes among the population. During the post-Sept. 11 battles it is known that when mixed races hit the battlefield, the Afghan fighters were relentless, but, once Aryans hit the battlefield, those same Afghans were nowhere to be found.

Some of the population of this region has remained untouched for 8,000 years and is the strongest receptile of R1a DNA.When Johann Friedrich Blumenbach (1752 to 1840) first used the term “Caucasian” in 1795 to describe the white population of Europe, he could scarcely imagine the epic story about to unfold. He was a German physician, natural historian. His teachings in comparative anatomy were applied to the classification of human races. Blumenbach adopted the term “Caucasian” from native inhabitants of the Caucasus Mountains in southeastern Europe, a race he believed to be the most beautiful and vigorous on Earth. His arguments are no longer fashionable, but there was much more to the story of ancient Caucasians than Blumenbach or anyone else of his time could have imagined.

US Jewish groups helping Muslim refugees accused of harboring ‘new Nazis

NEW YORK — Across the United States, Jewish leaders and groups have been calling on elected officials to keep the country’s doors open to refuges fleeing violence and persecution.

“Back in 1881, HIAS [formerly the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society] welcomed refugees because they were Jewish. Today, we welcome refugees because we are Jewish,” Mark Hetfield, HIAS President and CEO, said last Sunday at Castle Clinton National Monument, in view of the Statue of Liberty.

But now it is precisely because of their Jewishness that HIAS and other groups are being targeted for their support of refugees.

“Hitler’s Jews are back. Soros/@HIASrefugess and hating Americal [sic] while supporting the Muslim Nazis who want to kill them!”

“Pathetic, SELF-HATING Liberal Jewis (JINOS) oppose a President that would protect them from the new Nazis — MUSLIMS”

“In case you’re wondering, @HIASrefugees is a pro-hamas organization funded by Soros.”

Those are just a few examples of the anti-Semitic attacks on Twitter using the hashtag #jewsforrefugees.

The hashtag was originally created as a way for those participating in National Jewish Day of Action rallies across the country to share photos and statements in support of refugees.

The Twitter attacks appear to come from those espousing white supremacist views; some come from those who identify as supporters of President Donald Trump. The attacks range from those who call the Jewish support of refugees a plot to overthrow the United States, to others who see Jews as being duped by Muslim terrorists. Former imperial wizard of the KKK David Duke and head of the controversial American Freedom Defense Initiative Pamela Geller are among those sending the offensive tweets.

According to HIAS, the global Jewish nonprofit that protects refugees, such hateful attacks encourage Jewish organizations to remain steadfast in their support for refugees.

“The uptick in anti-Semitic attacks is a reaction to the growing strength of the movement. I think this vitriol is heinous anti-Semitism and anti-refugee, but it’s not unique to HIAS. It’s unfortunate, insidious and awful, but we know that tens of thousands are behind us,” said Rabbi Jennie Rosenn, HIAS vice president for community engagement.

Knowing the global refugee crisis is at a record high — according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, of the more than 65.3 million displaced people worldwide, 21.3 million are refugees — HIAS embarked on education initiatives more than 18 months ago.

Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum, Senior Rabbi, Congregation Beit Simchat Torah in New York, addresses hundreds at the Jewish Rally for Refugees in Battery Park, New York, on February 12, 2017. (Courtesy HIAS)

Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum, Senior Rabbi, Congregation Beit Simchat Torah in New York, addresses hundreds at the Jewish Rally for Refugees in Battery Park, New York, on February 12, 2017. (Courtesy HIAS)

The HIAS Welcome Campaign was launched to start a grassroots Jewish response to the crisis. Nearly 300 synagogues and 2,000 rabbis pledged to take action. They work to educate others about refugees, advocate with elected officials for better policies, raise money to support refugees, and welcome refugees into their own local communities.

So when Trump issued the executive order temporarily halting visas for people from seven Muslim-majority countries on January 27, HIAS had a broad constituency mobilized and ready to respond.

“As the anti-refugee agenda behind the Trump administration becomes more apparent, more will join us. There is a growing segment of the Jewish community standing passionately behind the refugees,” Rosenn said.

The crowd gathers in sleet and hail for the Jewish Rally for Refugees in Battery Park, New York, on February 12, 2017. (Courtesy HIAS)

The crowd gathers in sleet and hail for the Jewish Rally for Refugees in Battery Park, New York, on February 12, 2017. (Courtesy HIAS)

Several organizations joined the HIAS-sponsored National Day of Jewish Action rally on February 12, including the Anti-Defamation League, the American Jewish Committee, Avodah, Bend the Ark, the Central Conference of American Rabbis, J Street, the Jewish Council on Public Affairs, the Multifaith Alliance for Syrian Refuges, the Rabbinical Assembly and Uri L’Tzedek.

“As a refugee, as a Syrian, as a Muslim, as a woman, as a person of color, I protest with you any lack of welcome toward refugees. We come to the United States seeking safety and a future, and we are grateful to the Jewish community which continues to stand by our side,” said Sana Mustafa, a Syrian refugee and activist, during Sunday’s rally.

The recent Bard College graduate hopes to reunite her family, including her father, who was abducted in 2013, his whereabouts currently unknown.

Rabbi Shira Koch Epstein, Executive Director, 14th Street Y, emcees the Jewish Rally for Refugees in Battery Park, New York, on February 12, 2017. (Courtesy HIAS)

Rabbi Shira Koch Epstein, Executive Director, 14th Street Y, emcees the Jewish Rally for Refugees in Battery Park, New York, on February 12, 2017. (Courtesy HIAS)

Mustafa’s story is similar to that of many refugees.

All face up to two years of vetting. Eight federal agencies review their information, which includes, among other things five different background checks, three face-to-face interviews and four biometric security checks. Lastly, refugees have no say in where they are sent.

“Refugees are not an abstraction, but real people who simply seek a better life — and for centuries, refugees and immigrants have built our nation. With this campaign, we wanted to put a face on the refugee issue so no one can forget how much refugees, of all faiths, have contributed to our country,” said Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the ADL.

An attendee carries a sign, amid sleet and hail, during the Jewish Rally for Refugees in Battery Park, New York, on February 12, 2017. (Courtesy HIAS)

An attendee carries a sign, amid sleet and hail, during the Jewish Rally for Refugees in Battery Park, New York, on February 12, 2017. (Courtesy HIAS)

ADL announced the start of the #ThisIsARefugee campaign after Sunday’s rally. It hopes the effort will both highlight how refugees have contributed to make America the country it is today, as well as emphasize how shortsighted and contrary to American values a ban on refugees is.

After the ADL launched the campaign, people such as Pamela Geller, who is Jewish, started sending arguably anti-Semitic and anti-Muslim tweets. Together with Richard Spencer, Geller directs the American Freedom Defense Initiative, a group the Southern Poverty Law Center has designated as “anti-Muslim.” Geller tweeted messages citing various terror attacks, including last summer’s truck ramming attack in Nice with the same hashtag #ThisIsARefugee.

“There’s no doubt extremist anti-Semitism is there and we are monitoring how these anti-Semites and racists are trying to push back,” Greenblatt said, adding, “we believe there is more they [Twitter] need to do about this.”

Rabbi Jack Moline, president of the Interfaith Alliance, said he is aware of the recent spate of anti-Semitic vitriol directed at Jewish groups who support refugees.

“It’s the usual suspects, and when Jews are calling for support of refugees, that is right up their alley. It’s no surprise that there is anti-Semitism among these people. But I think I heard someone in the White House once say ‘When they go low, we go high,’” Moline said.

‘It’s a conflation of refugees and immigrants. None of us would be here if the US didn’t open its doors to us’

For CCAR the refugee issue is a personal, said Rabbi Hara Person, the organization’s director of strategic communication.

“It’s a conflation of refugees and immigrants. None of us would be here if the US didn’t open its doors to us. It feels very recent to us, even if we are second, third, or fourth-generation Americans,” Person said. “We know there is plenty of pushback but I don’t spend a lot of time looking at the negative stuff on social media. It can become a rabbit hole you could fall down.”

From left, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio; Rabbi Jennie Rosenn, Vice President for Community Engagement of HIAS, the global Jewish nonprofit that protects refugees; and US Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota, at the Jewish Rally for Refugees in Battery Park, New York, on February 12, 2017. (Courtesy HIAS)

From left, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio; Rabbi Jennie Rosenn, Vice President for Community Engagement of HIAS, the global Jewish nonprofit that protects refugees; and US Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota, at the Jewish Rally for Refugees in Battery Park, New York, on February 12, 2017. (Courtesy HIAS)

If there is a bright spot to the backlash, it’s an improvement in Muslim-Jewish relations, Person said.

She said the rising xenophobia together with the refugee issue galvanized CCAR members, whether it was showing up at airports to protest the ban, holding rallies in their communities, or hosting Muslims for Friday afternoon prayers.

All of this comes in the wake of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals’ ruling to uphold the stay on Trump’s order banning travel from the seven Muslim-majority countries.

It was welcome news to groups such as HIAS, but by no means a signal that the fight to open the US to refugees is over.

US Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota addresses hundreds at the Jewish Rally for Refugees in Battery Park, New York, on February 12, 2017. (Courtesy HIAS)

US Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota addresses hundreds at the Jewish Rally for Refugees in
Battery Park, New York, on February 12, 2017. (Courtesy HIAS)

As The Washington Post reported, Trump may have issued the initial executive order as a trial balloon, a way to see what it can do in curbing legal immigration and deporting undocumented immigrants who have been in the US for years, if not decades.

“This is not over. We’re in this for the long haul. This is going to be an ongoing battle for the soul of our nation. It is core to who we are as a people,” Rosenn said. “We are going to keep showing up. We are going to be in the streets and we are going to be loud. We will not be silenced and we will not be intimidated.”



America’s “Poorest White Town” Proves Link between Race and Crime

The lie that “poverty” is the “cause” of crime has been definitively smashed with the news that Beattyville, Kentucky – officially dubbed America’s “poorest white town” – has one of the lowest crime rates in the country, with zero murders reported for more than a decade.

(New Observer Online)

The controlled media, supported by far leftist “sociologists” have always blamed “poverty,” “discrimination,” “lack of opportunity,” and ultimately, “white racism” for sky-high nonwhite crime rates in America and Europe.

However, a recent article in CNN, titled “Trump gives America’s ‘poorest white town’ hope” (February 6, 2017), revealed that Donald Trump had won 81 percent of the vote in Beattyville, a town which, the article said, “earned the unfortunate distinction of being the ‘poorest white town in America’ from 2008 to 2012.”

“Depending on which metric you look at, it still ranks among the most impoverished in the country,” the CNN report added.

According to the U.S. Census bureau, Beattyville is 99.7 percent white.

CNN reported that the majority of Beattyville residents get some form of government aid, with 57 percent of households receiving food stamps and 58 percent getting disability payments from Social Security.

Beattyville was not always impoverished—just a few decades ago it was a boomtown, but the closure of the local coal mining industry brought large-scale unemployment, a situation which was aggravated during the Obama presidency when the only large local factory closed its doors.

“All that’s left are a few grocery stores, gas stations and small businesses. And drugs,” the CNN report goes on to state, inadvertently revealing that the problems facing Beattyville are therefore identical to that facing Detroit or any other nonwhite city in America.

That, however, is where the parallel ends.

Whereas violent crime is rampant in the nonwhite centers, in Beattyville it is all but nonexistent.

According to data provided by City-Data, which uses official U.S. Government statistics, since 2004 there have been zero murders in Beattyville. During that time, there has been one rape, and three robberies.

Statistically speaking, City-Data reported, the official 2015 violent crime rate in Beattyville was 0 per 100,000 inhabitants, compared to the official U.S. average of 207.7 per 100,000 inhabitants.

The comparison cannot be clearer: a majority white town, facing the identical economic and social problems as any of the nonwhite cities and towns in America, has a crime rate which is statistically insignificant.

On the other hand, the crime rates in the nonwhite majority cities such as St. Louis (Missouri), Baltimore (Maryland), Detroit (Michigan), New Orleans (Louisiana), and Newark (New Jersey)—which together make up the top five most dangerous cities in America—are sky high.

The leftist claim that poverty or lack of opportunity “causes” crime is therefore completely undermined by a comparison between poor white areas, and poor nonwhite areas.

Race is the only statistically significant correlating factor with crime—and the far left, the controlled media, and the anti-white establishment are simply lying when they claim otherwise.

Since this story was published, several readers have drawn our attention to a double murder committed in Beattyville in August 2016. This incident was obviously too recent to have been included in the official government statistics quoted above. However, given that this was the first murder case recorded in Beattyville in more than a decade, it hardly affects the statistics or the essential meaning of the article, and certainly cannot be compared to the 762 murders recorded in Chicago during the 12 months of 2016.

#DayWithoutImmigrants: One-Day Strike Closes Businesses Around Country



Just how much does the U.S. rely on immigrants? Americans are finding out.

In cities across the country, businesses closed their doors on Thursday to show support for the #DayWithoutImmigrants campaign. Spread on social media and messaging apps, the day aimed to make a point about the economic impact immigrants have on the U.S. labor force.

Foreign-born residents of the U.S. were asked to stay home from work or school — and to refrain from shopping. Rallies and marches are taking place in Washington D.C., Chicago and Denver, as well as other cities.

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In Staten Island, site of recent , many immigrant-owned stores have shut to join .

Celebrity chef José Andrés, who was born in Spain, decided to close most of his eateries Thursday to observe the day.

“It seems immigrants, especially Latinos, it seems we are under attack,” said Andrés. “It seems we are part of the American dream, but somehow it seems that America is not recognizing what we are doing.”

The plan for the national “strike” spread over social media with #DayWithoutImmigrants trending on Twitter across the U.S. early Thursday.

Thousands in Chicago march Sign reads: “We are hard workers – not rapists”

Some restaurant chains announced plans to close, amid fears that many employees will not show up for work. In California’s Bay Area, Chavez Supermarket closed all 10 of its businesses, while in New York’s Staten Island the owners of Cafe Con Pon bakeries closed their three locations.

Even at the Pentagon, employees at food concessions including national chains like Sbarro’s and Taco Bell said they would not be coming to work.

Saru Jayaraman, co-founder of Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, an advocacy group for restaurant workers, issued a statement supporting the one-day boycott.

“Immigrants are the lifeblood of the restaurant industry,” Jayaraman said. “At ROC, we honor the major contributions of immigrants in the restaurant industry — an industry that employs perhaps more immigrants than any other in the U.S. We applaud and support restaurants and workers who, by participating the the Day Without Immigrants, affirm the dignity of workers. Furthermore, we call on all Americans to recognize the influence and importance of immigrants in our communities, economy and daily lives.”

A North Carolina teacher says that majority of his students didn’t show up to class on Thursday because of the campaign, which prompted him to share a post on Instagram. The teacher, whose Instagram only identifies him as Claudio said his students are immigrants or come from immigrant families and many decided not to show up in order to show the rest of the U.S. what the country is without them.

“This is what happens when you force people to feel scared. People fight back,” Claudio said via Instagram. “Only having 3 out of 54 students, and only having an average of 10 children in each classroom are clear evidence that we are tired of oppression and being belittled.”

Hollywood captured a somewhat similar idea in the 2004 film “A Day Without A Mexican,” in which all Mexicans in California disappear grinding the state to a halt and wreaking economic havoc. In protest of immigration reform proposals in 2006, a Great American Boycott was also organized for May Day.

Some social media users, however, suggested that Thursday would be an excellent time for people born in the United States to reclaim the jobs they say that immigrants have taken away.

This is not the first time that advocates for immigrants have tried to point out what they say is their value to the American economy. Advocates say immigrants often do work that other residents of the U.S. do not want to do.

Image: Protesters against Donald Trump's immigration policies in Milwaukee on Feb. 13, 2017
Protesters gather at the Milwaukee County Courthouse during a rally against President Donald Trump’s immigration policies on Monday. Darren Hauck / Getty Images

Cheap lettuce, for example, is said by supporters of immigrants to be available because of migrant farm workers. Chicken is affordable in super markets, advocates contend, because Mexicans and other immigrants work in chicken plants, sometimes in undesirable conditions.

The federal government has long acknowledged that a majority of farm workers in U.S. fields are undocumented.

This has been a theme advanced for many years by supporters of immigrants in the U.S., whether documented or undocumented. They contribute to the economy rather than harming it, advocates say.

More than 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies have been founded by immigrants and their children, according to a Partnership for A New American economy