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San Francisco is withholding surveillance videos of crime to avoid stereotypes.

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — In the last three months, there have been at least three robberies on BART involving groups of teenagers.

“I think people are genuinely concerned — they are fearful about the stories that have come out about the recent attacks, the assaults, the thefts,” said Debora Allen, who is a member of the BART Board of Directors.

April 22: Forty to sixty kids boarded a train at the Coliseum stop and robbed seven passengers, beating up two;

June 28: A group of four kids assaulted a passenger and made off with a cell phone at Dublin; and

June 30: A woman on a train with about a dozen teenagers had her phone snatched by one them before the group got off at the Coliseum stop. Thankfully, a good Samaritan was on hand to retrieve the phone.

So far, BART has refused to turn over surveillance video for any of these incidents.

llen told us the agency issued an explanation for why it is being tight-lipped about the thefts.

“To release these videos would create a high level of racially insensitive commentary toward the district,” she was told. “And in addition it would create a racial bias in the riders against minorities on the trains.”

According to a memo distributed to BART Directors, the agency won’t do a press release on the June 30 theft because it was a “petty crime” that would make BART look “crime ridden.” Furthermore, it would “unfairly affect and characterize riders of color, leading to sweeping generalizations in media reports.”

The memo was from BART Assistant General Manager Kerry Hamill.

Allen emailed Hamill, “I don’t understand what role the color of one’s skin plays in this issue [of whether to divulge information]. Can you explain?”

Hamill responded, “If we were to regularly feed the news media video of crimes on our system that involve minority suspects, particularly when they are minors, we would certainly face questions as to why we were sensationalizing relatively minor crimes and perpetuating false stereotypes in the process.” And added her opinion of the media: “My view is that the media’s real interest in the videos of youth phone snatching incidents isn’t the desire for transparency but rather the pursuit of ratings. They know that video of these events will drive clicks to their websites and viewers to their programs because people are motivated by fear.”

Allen says scared passengers aren’t being unreasonable — being on a BART train is a vulnerable position.

“This is BART, people are sort of trapped in this train for awhile and they have a right to see what could potentially happen.”

She says all this raises questions, “What is the priority of BART? Is the safety of the passenger — of all passengers — is that a lesser priority than the race bias issue?”

This is a microcosm of one of western civilizations many problems.  We would rather commit societal suicide than potentially offend <insert minority group here>.  Isn’t that telling anyways, if every single crime is committed by the same group of people every single time?  Don’t we have a right to know that?  Of course they don’t think so.  That would ruin the narrative they’re trying to push that diversity is our strength and multiculturalism is amazing.  If people really knew the truth they would not be as open and willing.  They’re literally prioritizing the feelings of criminals over the safety of the general public.  Let that sink in.

And by the way, stereotypes are stereotypes for a reason.  They often times provide a useful heuristic.  And it would be cool if we held everyone in our society to the same standard, no?

600 students pulled from school over LGBT agenda

Telling story that came out of Birminghan, UK recently:

Furious Muslim parents reportedly withdrew 600 children from Parkfield Community School today after claiming they were being ‘brainwashed’ over gay lifestyles.

The pupils were taken out of classes as the row surrounding LGBT lifestyles being taught openly in the classroom escalated.

Some reports suggest as many as 80 per cent of the children at Parkfield Community Schoolin Saltley have been removed – around 600.

Kids have been withdrawn over the school’s “undermining of parental rights and aggressively promoting homosexuality”, according to Alum Rock Community Forum.

The forum adds: “Dialogue, petitioning and protests by parents have been repeated and arrogantly ignored.

“Our children, Our Choice – Work with parents not against them.”

Repeat the mantra: DIVERSITY IS OUR STRENGTH!

Something that only about half the population apparently realizes is that these rows will only get worse as we continue to promote and allow in people and cultures that fundamentally do not mix well together and will not live peacefully near each other.  As in England, you are already seeing in the United States the friction Muslims are having with Jews, the LGBTQSHDKSFHERUS community, and others.  This is not rocket science, nor is it surprising.  As a side note, if the above numbers are true and as many as 80% of the children have been removed, and we are to assume that they are Muslim, that tells you the state of England at the moment to even be able to have a school that is 80% Muslim in BRITAIN.

The multicultural dream is dead.  It always was an impossibility.  You know where you don’t have these kinds of problems?  Or problems of racism?  Largely homogeneous communities, where the majority of people share a common language, a common ancestry, a common religion, and a common culture and traditions.  That is a hard truth for many to swallow.  For many that mean well, and try and see the best in people and hope for the best.  These people are often used by higher-ups with far more sinister purposes, who know how this kind of multicultural mixing inevitably destroys states.  And it doesn’t make one racist to want to return to a nationalist mindset with countries comprising of largely homogeneous populations; by far the most stable scenario.  A country with 90+% of a nation of people, a nation by its strict definition, is ideal.  10% or less of minority groups is probably sustainable in this kind of environment.

Sadly, America is probably too far gone to ever return to that level of stability or demographic makeup.  On some level, accelerating the inevitable collapse may be less painful and bloody in the long run than letting this run its course.  America will split up into several different countries in the long run.  The country will largely be divided along racial lines.  One scenario is probably something like most whites moving to the midwest or maybe midwest/northeast, Hispanics largely (they already have) taking over the west and southwest, if not most of the south if you look at what’s happening in Florida too.  We shall see what happens.  Pray for the best, but prepare for the worst.

Diversity hires incoming at Alaska Airlines

You should probably stop flying Alaska Airlines:

Today’s flight deck is full of incredible professionals, but also lacking diversity. African American female pilots make up about one half of 1 percent of all professional pilots across the industry. At Alaska, we’re all about people and reflecting those we serve, but this statistic is a reminder of how far we have to go.

This morning, we signed a new pledge with Sisters of the Skies, a nonprofit committed to pilot diversity. We aim to increase our female African American pilots over the next six years across Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air, and support the path to expose and inspire more young women to get there.

“When we foster an inclusive environment that recognizes, respects, and visibly reflects allpeople, it makes us stronger,” said Andy Schneider, Alaska Airlines vice president of people. “Quite simply, creating an airline people love is not possible unless we walk the talk around diversity and inclusion.”

Today, we only have four African American female pilots at Alaska and Horizon combined, which is about 1 percent. It begs the question: why so few?

Unfortunately, there isn’t a pool of qualified African American women ready to be hired. And creating this pool takes time.

Would you feel better flying with a particular airline knowing your pilot wasn’t the best available option, but rather hired to fill a particular diversity quota?  It is time to move on to using a different company when their aim shifts from providing the best possible service or product and focuses instead on social justice initiatives.

Affirmative action is not only racist and unfair to those who are well qualified but are not accepted because they do not fulfill a diversity quota, but it also takes away from qualified candidates who are people of color.  Harvard University is currently in a law suit for alleged discrimination against Asians.  They regularly accept African Americans with far lower test scores than whites or Asians.  This happens when applying to medical and law school as well.  Now, knowing this, it is easy to see how one could discriminate against wanting a black doctor or lawyer knowing that some are admitted with lower scores and potentially perform at a lower standard.  Setting aside how awful this is to begin with, it also takes away from legitimately well-qualified African-American candidates who may have scored high on test scores and gotten in legitimately.  But knowing there is this bias, someone looking for a surgeon or lawyer may think they are less qualified knowing how the system works.

Whether it is hiring someone for a job or choosing a surgeon, it would be nice for people to be judged on merit rather than skin color or sex.  Those who think they are doing some kind of good by promoting diversity hires are the real racists and are performing a disservice to the very groups they are hoping to help.  Everybody loses in the end when you hire to fulfill some racial or sexual quota rather than hiring the best person for the job.

Diversity is not our strength

This isn’t much a news flash to anyone who reads this site.  At least how the official narrative of diversity goes.  In reality WE are the preservers of diversity.  We want to preserve each culture and group of people separately, enjoy each culture as they are and celebrate them, not mash them all together into one giant mess.  When I go to Japan, I want to experience Japanese culture.  Not globalism every-country-is-the-same culture.  Jared Taylor of American Renaissance did a wonderful video on this recently.  Find it below.  Mr Taylor is often incorrectly labeled as a white supremacist, even though he speaks fluent Japanese and continually reminds us how much better certain groups of Asians perform better than whites, amongst myriad other examples.

In a time when civil discourse is becoming harder to have with those of differing opinions, it is more important now than ever to spread these ideas.  We are so very close to all out civil war.  The divide continues to grow.  We need to continue to foster dialogue with the left before it descends into violence.  If it’s even possible at this point.

Tucker Carlson is a good man

Tucker Carlson has consistently been putting out fantastic monologues recently on difficult issues nobody else in the mainstream media is willing to discuss.  His reach within the normie community cannot be understated and really highlights why it’s so vitally important to have him bringing up these issues.  His monologue on the seizure of white South African farms prompted President Trump to tweet about it.

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This past week he had another monologue hammering home the absurd idea that’s been jammed down our throats that diversity is our strength.  We’ve all been wondering how exactly diversity is our strength, and now Tucker has planted the seed of that thought in the minds of millions of mainstream Americans.

The cultural war will only be won with a majority of Americans on our side.  Tucker is getting millions to question the narrative the globalists have been pushing HARD.  The tides are turning, but it is certainly not guaranteed and there is a very long way to go.  But there are glimmers of hope in what’s going on right now, slow as the changes may be.  Notice whenever Tucker has these monologues, or questions the guests he has on these ideas.  He does not let up.  He does not let them off the hook.  And their floundering makes it abundantly obvious they know they are peddling lies and don’t have a leg to stand on.

True Diversity – A visit to Japan

I recently completed a long anticipated trip to Japan; a country I’ve respected from afar for a long time, and even more so in the past few years.  Japan, especially as of late, has received much criticism for their very strict immigration and refugee policies.  Last year, they accepted just 20 of 19,628 asylum applicants.  Unlike most other parts of the civilized world, Japan has tried to preserve its people and culture much more vigorously than most other places in the world.  In 2005 Internal Affairs and Communications Minister Aso described Japan as having, “one nation, one civilization, one language, one culture and one race. There is no other nation (that has such characteristics)” (source).

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Language like this will generate outrage nowadays.  Japan doesn’t collect information on ethnicity, only nationality, but it is estimated ~98.5% of Japan is Japanese.  Japan also does not allow dual citizenship after adulthood.

Why does this matter?  Why is it important?  I think most people know deep down, whether they’re willing to admit it or not, that a society is bound to run smoother when it is populated by a majority that share similar background, virtues, culture, goals, and ideals.  Because it has to be said these days, this does not in any way mean others shouldn’t be allowed to live and flourish in societies where they may be a minority, just that civilizations tend to function better when there is a majority running the show.

This is self evident in so many different aspects of Japanese culture.  Roaming around Tokyo, my friend and are I were shocked at how clean the city was, given that it’s nearly 3 times the size of New York City.  Good luck even trying to find a trash can (yet the streets are still pristine).  Further, the train and subway systems are incredibly efficient and on time.  You pick up the notion rather quickly that there is a deep sense of pride in their land.  People don’t litter because they want to see the area they live as clean.  In Kyoto, there are community groups that on the weekends get together and clean the surrounding area.  We literally saw a gentleman scrubbing the rocks in the river while others picked up any trash in the river bed.  They feel a sense of civic responsibility.  The subways are insanely clean, and we even noted on several occasions many workers cleaning even the escalator handrails, something I’ve certainly never seen and highly doubt is done with any regularity in the States.  They even respect the slow traffic to the left, let people pass on the right common courtesy which you’ll hardly ever see in the United States.

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This sense of pride is evident in other areas as well.  Regardless of the job, from taxi driver to janitor, you got the sense these people took real pride in their work, and did not carry themselves in a resentful way.  Every taxi driver kept their cars, both inside and out, in tip top shape.  They all seem to be from the 80s and early 90s but you wouldn’t know it from how well maintained they are!

At one point I even saw a bus driver cleaning the front grill of the bus during some off time.  I saw some of the cleanest trucks in my life there as well.  This is not just a one off coincidence, this was everywhere we looked.

I have no doubt that part of this is due to a mostly homogeneous populace.  There are no racial tensions between groups.  There is no sense of entitlement, or resentment, from one group to the next.  I truly believe this is a huge contributing factor to the overall culture and functioning of the society.  It’s often stated that diversity + proximity = war.  You certainly get that sense more walking down the littered streets of Harlem than in any place we meandered in Tokyo. Anecdotal, I know, but still worth noting.

To address the title of the article, something I took away from this trip was how well preserved Japanese culture and life are, and I subscribe it’s because they are conscious in keeping their demographics at a level where Japanese culture will continue to thrive.  And this is okay!  All too often we’re barraged and guilted with how we need to let more of <insert group here> into our country because reasons.  I submit that true diversity is keeping culture separate and celebrating diversity in this way.  It sounds silly to say, but it really has to be driven home at this point.  I traveled to Japan because I wanted to experience Japanese culture and the Japanese people.  When I go to Germany, I want it to be German culture.  France, French culture.  I think you get the idea.  This guise of a multi cultural society is taking beautiful, vibrant, and wildly different cultures and mashing them together.  Diversity can only be celebrated and fully appreciated so long as they remain different and distinct.  I liken multicultural society to the kid who fills his soda cup with a little bit of every flavor.  We’ve all done this when we were younger.  It tastes awful.  There’s a reason why you don’t do this today.

Again, this is not a popular position to take in the current year.  Globalism will continue to be shoved down your throat whether you like it or not.  I, for one, don’t want to live in a world where you can be in Paris or Pakistan and not tell the difference.  We need to continue to fight to preserve the values and cultures that our ancestors have fought and died for for generations.

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