Japan Uses Robots to Make Up for Decreasing Population

Japan is an interesting place in that it hasn’t allowed immigration and so has a monoculture. It seems like that lack of diversity allows them to experiment in the comfort of their own tribe.

The Japanese take on robots is unique: they appreciate human-like machines that imitate our movements and speech very well. Which may be […]

Pew Puff Poll Punts on Polygamy (and Sharia)

The Pew pollsters published a major survey on Islam in the US on July 26 titled U.S. Muslims Concerned About Their Place in Society, but Continue to Believe in the American Dream.

It portrays Muslims residing in the US as concerned about terror and extremism in their religion, while feeling not entirely accepted in American society. […]

Machines Compete in Amazon Robotic Challenge 

The latest Amazon Robotic Challenge took place over July 27-30 in Nagoya Japan, hosting a competition to develop a grasping machine that can pack boxes for shipment in the company’s warehouses. Or as ZeroHedge put it so clearly: Amazon Hosts Robotics Competition To Figure Out How To Replace 230,000 Warehouse Workers.

Amazon warehouses depend on the […]

California: Refugees Supply Cheap Labor for Meatpacking Industry

Monday’s front-pager for the Los Angeles Times is a reminder that refugees are just another variety of cheap-labor immigrants.

Meatpacking plants used to be a big magnet for illegal alien labor which was convenient for the industry, and the business recruited openly in Mexico. But in 2006, the government raided six Swift plants and carted off […]

Portland: 20-Times-Deported Criminal Is Finally under Arrest

The latest illegal alien horror is one of a series of preventable crimes in sanctuary cities that liberal communities allow to happen because they would rather protect law-breaking foreigners than innocent American citizens. Such is the twisted virtue of liberals.

Jesse Watters gave a brief rundown of the crime details from Portland:

JESSE WATTERS: The vicious consequences […]

African Overpopulation Is Revealed in Conflict over Resources

Sunday’s front page on the New York Times features an important story that looks at the perilous situation in Africa, where overpopulation’s effects are being seen in local warfare over food resources, particularly land. The farmland is becoming depleted, while a skyrocketing number of people fight over what’s available for use.

The story focuses locally on […]

Iranian Expat Observes That Germany Is Becoming Islamized

In the video below, an Iranian woman tells how she is afraid that her new country is becoming very much like the one she escaped. She asks whether the old refugees are no longer good enough and must be traded in for new ones.

When Merkel invited Syrian refugees to Germany, moochers from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe […]

‘Oakland Man’ Planned Bay Area Conflagration and Mass Murder Jihad

You’ve probably heard the jihad joke, “They blow up so fast.”

Today’s example is a young man born in Lodi and a graduate of Berkeley High School who was planning a major jihad attack in the Bay Area. Remember that Lodi has a history — it was home to a jihadist family with the principal perp, […]

Ex-Californian Touts Texas as the Conservative Dream Destination

It was amusing to see ex-Californian Paul Chabot expressing his joy at moving his family to conservative Texas — “Living in Texas is amazing!” he exclaimed during a Fox interview on Saturday:

Chabot must not have thought deeply about how California turned from a very conservative state into a very liberal one — the transformation was […]

President Trump Preaches Law and Borders on Long Island

The Trump administration’s crackdown against the extremely violent MS-13 Salvadoran gang has been going well, with some important recent arrests. So it made sense for the president to visit Long Island on Friday, to give a speech to a largely law enforcement audience and send them well deserved accolades, as well as tout his own success.

However, […]

Retail Robot Does Inventory -- So Long, Stock Boys!

In St. Louis, a midwestern grocery chain is making news with its test run of an inventory-taking robot, called Tally by its manufacturer. The machine is not unrelated to the LoweBot-type machine that guides customers to desired items in the store which the robot has filed in its database of what and where. The Tally […]

Robots Are the Next Generation of Farmworkers

It’s good to see traditional media connect the dots between automation and immigration, as the Los Angeles Times inadvertently did somewhat on Tuesday’s front page:

The online version of the article appeared last week, on Friday, July 21. An above-the-fold story with photo gets a lot more attention, certainly, as long as those newspaper boxes are sitting […]

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