In north Africa, people are still escaping the failed Arab Spring. The Italian island of Lampedusa is located just 70 miles from Tunisia, making it a handy first stop for boat people desirous of relocating to the welfare heaven of Europe.
And they do. Last year the many thousands of uninvited foreigners overran the small island [...]
Spanish-language media has a strong anti-assimilation agenda based on its own self-interest. If the Mexicans and other hispanic immigrants get pulled into American culture (like speaking English) then Spanish radio and TV doesn’t have a captive audience. So Univision and Telemundo want Mexican newbies to stay tuned in and balkanized.
Spanish media has been one of [...]
Last spring, the National Geographic magazine did a photo spread and article extolling Marseille (30-40% Islamic) as representing the ideal multicultural city, where a diverse population could get along. A few months later, the sweet fairytale was disproved by Islamic violence (detailed in my blog Happy Diversity Icon Marseille Experiences Muslim Rioting over Burqa).
The latest [...]
Germany has accumulated a thick dose of Muslim diversity and has experienced the associated violence, and we now see the word “Salafist” used increasingly in press reports. Apparently it denotes a religious sect of Muslims who are even more hostile than the standard bunch. Or perhaps it is just a handy shorthand for an Islamic [...]
For those of us who love California’s beautiful parks, the state’s abandonment of the system was a tragic portent of destruction to come. With no rangers nearby to keep an eye on the premises, theft and vandalism were sure to follow.
Below, a lush redwood glade in Marin County’s Samuel P. Taylor Park, slated for closure.
It’s hard for a normal mind to keep up with the wacky leftist groupthink that energetically runs amok in Sacramento. The project of remaking California into the perfect diversity utopia continues in the one-party state, with the latest eruption being a new law that encourages schools to include bracero history.
Last year, California became the first [...]
A few years ago there was dust up over Ken Burns’ World War Two documentary “The War” coming from disgruntled hispanics who thought that their ever-so-special contributions had been overlooked. Even though the film was completed, Burns caved and added some material to appease the ethnic activists after being harangued at length.
The controversy is part [...]
While states like Arizona and Alabama have succeeded to some degree in exerting more control over the illegal alien brigands in their midst, the California legislature is in a mad rush to legalize the millions in the state as far as it can.
One of the more egregious examples of power politics in the all-Democrat-run capitol [...]
To the many establishment Republicans who believe as a matter of faith that a big amnesty for millions of foreign intruders is the key to future popularity, you can add John Sununu, the former Governor of New Hampshire. He apparently believes that the GOP can win the hispander bidding war against Democrats from Chicago.
Sununu urges [...]
Is it just me, or is there a noticeable uptick in the Opravda media’s illegal alien sob stories, spiced up with children, conveniently coinciding with the Republican convention? The countdown to election day continues apace, and Obama needs his loyal press posse to step up their game with more of the same old crapdoodle: Republicans [...]
Things are getting interesting in France, in a bad way. This spring, Muslim voters provided the edge to elect the Socialist candidate, François Hollande. The Sons of Allah may be feeling their oats, now that they can claim a professed Islamo-friendly pol, a man who campaigned ethnically using a rap song that celebrated “Niggas in [...]
I’ve written several posts on the important national security subject of Huma Abedin, the Secretary of State’s close aide, who has disturbing connections with the Muslim Brotherhood gang which is bent on creating a worldwide caliphate, starting with the Middle East where the project is going quite well in Egypt and beyond.
The controversy is somewhat [...]