Saturday, April 25, 2020
Telegraph Implies Chivalry Is Sexist— The Reality Report (@WeAreTRR) April 23, 2020
"Five-year-old boys who display chivalry are sexist"
'Young boys exhibit "benevolent sexism" towards girls, according to psychologists at New York University'https://t.co/zXv37mq1NN pic.twitter.com/bsnyz35slX
In a pre-social distancing world, I hopped on Skype to talk with @thomaschattwill about identity politics + what it means to unlearn race in America. Check out my latest for @americamag. https://t.co/810ASj6Dj4— Olga Marina Segura (@OlgaMSegura) April 24, 2020
File under: Science confirms the Red Pill https://t.co/qrZUy8JUxt— Rollo Tomassi (@RationalMale) April 25, 2020
DUDE PARTY 26 - SIMP NATION! What is A Simp and Why Are Men Simps? https://t.co/VF6LL2hdhZ— GorillaGeneral (@GorillaGeneral1) April 25, 2020
We’re all monks now https://t.co/iEj360ObGk— America Magazine (@americamag) April 23, 2020
Published on the same day: A Monk’s Guide to Quarantine by Teresa Mull
One might think that one would find similar articles by Orthodox Christians, but I have not seen many -- rather there is more of an awareness that Christian faithful should be building up their "domestic churches."
Pope Francis writes new prayers, asks Catholics to pray rosary in May for end to coronavirus pandemic https://t.co/qh03ArFOA6— America Magazine (@americamag) April 25, 2020
Populism seems like it is here to stay, but it may be a populism cares less about principles, ready to embrace socialism if it promises to benefit the average American. The destruction of community and the churches has also left its mark on red America, who may be willing to accept the victories of their enemies in sexual matters and some of the identity politics issues.
Some people of note missing: @oldlife @bradleybirzer, Dr. Arnn @carringtonam, Dr. Rahe, Dr. West, Dr. Moreno, @heymiller https://t.co/Ub90IF5sUU— kolbe (@conger_nick) April 24, 2020
Phyllis Schafly was a great American hero. Of course this Hulu film paints her as a villain. What's new?https://t.co/5214x5DKtH— Eric Metaxas (@ericmetaxas) April 24, 2020
Because they cannot understand this woman who rejected their version of liberation, they must invent a version of her that they can persuade us all to hate. https://t.co/jAlp62q5bm— Suzanne Venker (@SuzanneVenker) April 23, 2020
If you want to see what genocide denial looks like, check these replies. This is why a firm, unequivocal recognition of the Armenian Genocide is absolutely necessary of the U.S. https://t.co/hcINQmbhaL— Marlo Safi (@marlo_safi) April 24, 2020
So far governments and parliaments of 32 countries have recognized the #ArmenianGenocide. In 2019, the United States became one of the latest to do so. Although recognition has grown in recent years, Turkey and Israel still refuse to recognize the genocide. pic.twitter.com/7mei66s9mi— Armenian Genocide (@Genocideof1915) April 24, 2020
The #Allies had to keep up appearances, and helped bury #Soviet-perpetrated #KatynMassacre under #Soviet-planted #KatynLie – suppressing reports, pressuring #Polish #GovernmentInExile to back down, and pretending to believe #Stalin’s version. More: https://t.co/c5BPDAWrQm pic.twitter.com/HO2UAgmeNE— Institute of National Remembrance (@ipngovpl_eng) April 25, 2020
PCR: Churchill’s War: An Addendum
Thread on why a society ordered to the common good must implement solidarity at the systemic level, rather than leaving care to individual-level charity. https://t.co/IuwypdUF0Y— Adrian Vermeule (@Vermeullarmine) April 23, 2020
Friday, April 24, 2020
And I don't care if the musical score can't accomodate Modern English; if the soundtrack doesn't include the song it's a lame remake.
Yes, in the context of the movie (and probably the lyrics as well), it's a song about fornication. But if they wanted to keep to the spirit of the original movie...
Liberalism is certainly a false gospel.
CNA/CWR: Following Trump’s halt to US immigration, bishops call for solidarity
“In this moment, our common humanity is apparent more now than ever. The virus is merciless in its preying upon human life; it knows no borders or nationality,” read an April 23 statement issued by Archbishop José Gomez of Los Angeles, president of US bishops’ conference; Auxiliary Bishop Mario Dorsonville of Washington, chairman of the USCCB’s Committee on Migration; and Bishop Jaime Soto of Sacramento, chair of the Catholic Legal Immigration Network.
“The President’s action threatens instead to fuel polarization and animosity. While we welcome efforts to ensure that all Americans are recognized for the dignity of their work, the global crisis caused by COVID-19 demands unity and the creativity of love, not more division and the indifference of a throw-away mentality.”
The full statement.
CLINIC: Joint Press Release: Catholic Leaders Respond to Administration’s Halt to Immigration with a Call for Unity in the Effort to Overcome COVID-19
Ignatian Solidarity Network
What the Latin churches need is not continuing institution-guarding in the name of "openness" and "fempowerment." What is needed is genuine reform before there is a total collapse of those churches as a "public institution." What is needed is a reconsideration of seminaries, especially during a time of shrinking diocesan budgets and low numbers of potential vocations. Women are not needed in seminary formation; those who are considering holy orders should be working in a parish during their formation, and here they can be scrutinized as well as learning how to relate to others. If there is a problem with "human" or "integral" development for Latin seminarians, it is a problem that women are not going to solve, nor by academics or bureaucrats, for that matter. Not only that but it is clericalism for clerics to think that they are the only judges of what is necessary for human development, and unfortunately many of them are getting advice from those who wish to advance a certain agenda against tradition and the Divine Law. In fact, many of these clerics are the wrong sort of men to whom the formation of men as men should be entrusted.
The Latin seminary is perhaps the last development of the Latin churches as an institutionalized existence during a period of urbanization which has exceeded scale and limit. In the future it is probably not sustainable in many areas, and whether it is even ideal for regions marked by diversity of peoples and cultures is debatable.
Really really related:
CNA/CWR: 2020 priest ordination class is slightly smaller, more diverse, survey finds
Just wait until next year: probably numbers will continue to decline. More “diversity” means that the Latin churches are unable to attract vocations from white Americans in diverse blue urban mass population centers. There is a reason for that.
Sarcopenia should be a four-lettered word ... If you're over 40 it's happening as you read this :-( .— Howard Luks MD (@hjluks) April 24, 2020
So much badness comes from a lack of muscle mass. So much goodness comes from improving your muscle mass.
The point is not whether it works or not (it may); it is just irresponsible to gamble with citizens under such opacity. https://t.co/46f0C4zL1Q— Nassim Nicholas Taleb (@nntaleb) April 24, 2020
No retractions from "journalists" posing as pundits or admissions that they were wrong?
Add this to the listhttps://t.co/5WqdCG6Pfj— Nassim Nicholas Taleb (@nntaleb) April 24, 2020
"It Wasn't A Black Swan" - Nassim Taleb Blasts Bail-Outs As Misguided And "Morally Unacceptable"
Cities are cramped, sprawling suburbs are a dead end. That leaves two places well equipped for uncertain times.
The after-effects of the crisis will prompt enormous changes in our living arrangements, especially in matters relating to how we inhabit the landscape, recasting our ideas about what our towns and cities will look like, and will determine the fate of those vast, incoherent suburban outlands that are neither urban nor rural. You can check most of your prior assumptions about all that at the door now, especially schemes based on electric cars, “Green New Deals,” government largesse, and centralized power.
Thursday, April 23, 2020
Rod Dreher: SSPX Scandal: Michael Gonzalez’s Story
Michael Gonzalez, an alleged child sex abuse victim of an SSPX priest. Gonzalez later killed himself
Business as usual...
Apparently HBO has money to burn as it's going to make another season of Westworld, which will presumably be as woke or even more woke than season 3.
While mum on why a SWAT team shot the software developer while he lay sleeping, a Maryland prosecutor suggests COVID order trumps Bill of Rights.
Soldier Systems Daily: Operation Eagle Claw – 40 Years On
Disney Developing Female-Led Star Wars TV Series
Crisis: St. George, Shakespeare, and the Plague by by Kenneth Colston
Catholic Insight: Saint George, Shakespeare, Brian Boru and the Fighting Catholic Spirit by John Paul Meenan, Editor
From my dispute w/ #NoConvexityBen Meng from CALPERS (currently) largest fund on planet— Nassim Nicholas Taleb (@nntaleb) April 23, 2020
PRINCIPLE: Thou Shalt Not compare convex payoffs (w/ tiny downside) to linear ones (w/yuuge downside).
More Basic: Thou Shalt Not Call speculative trades "hedges".https://t.co/VYVcdKpouz
Without a reference to human nature, and the specific inclination to live in community as essential for its flourishing, the prescriptive for civic decline can fall on deaf ears.
The reality of our social breakdown seemed to surround us on all sides. Our cities, towns, and neighborhoods have been built in ways that do not appear as though they were designed for human life and flourishing. We have even constructed tall fences around our homes, along with an abundance of trees to surround us in a sort of military fortress. Front porches were once an essential feature of homes, so as to incline us towards fulfilling our vocation as neighbors, and good stewards of those places where we live. These have given way to the back patio, that place of refuge which has conditioned citizens to seek to be removed from others, detached as a further means for celebrating our individual liberty. How many of us actually know the people who live on our street, especially those right next door?
Welcome to suburbia. A look at the social and political factors at work behind the destruction of community would probably be too much for a short internet essay, but they do merit an examination so that Christians know what the causes were and from which they need to be on guard.
[M]uch of the literature that accurately describes the decline of community in American civic life tends to lack a deeper explanation as to why human beings are in need of association at an ontological or metaphysical level.
The author doesn't develop this in the direction of communion ecclesiology and personhood as relation right away, but in the direction of apprenticeship in love [agape]. Later he talks about imitating God and writes "Human sociality is meant to be an imitation of the Trinitarian Sociality"
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
THREAD: The Roman Catholic Church in Korea (Cheonjugyo // 천주교)— A🏴🇬🇧🇻🇦 (@apostolaich) April 22, 2020
Table of Contents
1. Background // Before Christianity
2. Introduction of Christianity
4. 20th Century Korea
6. Further Reading pic.twitter.com/tuVTZGM1bA
this nurse tiktok is 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/IyZLmkpQGn— Sam Houston (@__SamHouston__) April 22, 2020
Obese healthcare worker feeds her kid garbage that causes him to not be able to resist a disease only very old and sick people show symptoms for, and then shoves a camera in his face while she suffers so that she can harvest that precious dopamine that comes from attention: pic.twitter.com/simHqeBvsF— Benjamin Braddock (@BenBraddock67) April 22, 2020
Denver doctor's 4-year-old son diagnosed with COVID-19
Good thing nurse Lauren wasn't needed at the hospital!https://t.co/HVZBFhlcso— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) April 22, 2020
Whenever politicians &/or the mainstream pundits tell you that foreign workers do not take jobs from Americans, share with them the story of what happened to Leo Perrero—an American tech worker who not only lost his job to an H-1B visa worker, but had to train them as well. pic.twitter.com/w1Cs9z4iXw— U.S. Tech Workers (@USTechWorkers) April 22, 2020
- the paper itself by George Beech.
Introduction: The creation of a new ethnic identity of the English people was one of the most important developments of the later Anglo-Saxon period from the ninth to the eleventh centuries. Five centuries earlier, there had been no political or linguistic unity among the different peoples of German/Danish origin who had settled in the country and who spoke different dialects and were ruled by a handful of small tribal kingdoms. Then, from the reign of King Alfred onwards, Scandinavian invasions and the rise of dynasty of Wessex gradually led to the emergence of a single kingdom controlling most of the land and population, and to the belief that the English constituted a single community bound together by common descent, cultural tradition, language, church and loyalty to the king. In the later stages of this development, around 1000 AD, a new name, Engla land, came to be attached to the kingdom of the English and it has lasted until the present day as one of the most famous and long-lived the later country tenth names in European history.
The genius of Heimat‘s storytelling is that Eduard’s becoming a Nazi functionary is never explained. He just turns up one day wearing an armband and a party uniform, like it’s the most normal thing in the world. That’s how most others treat him. You get it: there wasn’t any real moral struggle for Eduard in this choice. It was just what people did, becoming Nazis — and for him, it finally gives him respectability and a sense of mission, after having spent the postwar years struggling to find a place for himself. Eduard’s mother is quietly against the Nazis, but doesn’t say anything. All too human.We have an ongoing crisis of meaning; the potential for that to be exploited by those with power to take advantage of the lost is there, and those on the left have already used it to their advantage. (Look at those who participate in Antifa.) We must provide a different vision, one centered on authentic communal life and all that entails, and we must live it, even if we have to oppose those who supposedly share the same religion. We [men] cannot water down our principles in order to have their acceptance or approval.
Defend community and liberty.
Trailers from the German TV series Dreher references:
The safest policy is to act as if we had NO idea about the consequences of this. https://t.co/BSF2E10qc5— Nassim Nicholas Taleb (@nntaleb) April 22, 2020
In contrast... Watch: China Releases Video From Inside The Wuhan Bio-Lab.
Still, I am not ruling out the possibility of a Deep State action mean to hurt China and maybe even Trump. Vox Day: Everyone Is Lying.
Listen to the incomparable @GadiTaub1 on "America First,"— Mike (@Doranimated) April 20, 2020
nationalism, and globalism. This is an excerpt from an hour-long interview on YouTube: https://t.co/WoSgl8llXh. If you like what you hear, please subscribe to my YouTube channel. pic.twitter.com/b64HDWJwoQ
The full interview, with timestamp:
Frontline: India-Israel partnership finds an ideological link by Anupama Katakam
He is making some Catholics happy with his "common good talk." Is he going to advance some form of [fake] "common good conservatism" (instead of "compassionate conservatism")?
Senator Rubio calls for a “pro-worker economy” based on principles of “solidarity and collective pursuit of the common good.” A refreshing change from the tired old slogans of the libertarian right. https://t.co/uL2KW9nFx9— Adrian Vermeule (@Vermeullarmine) April 21, 2020
Senator Rubio continues to channel that Leonine spirit, calling for renewal of American "solidarity and collective pursuit of the common good." https://t.co/JeNpP6udOU— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) April 21, 2020
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Good on @baseballcrank and @EWErickson for writing this. I’ll just add a personal anecdote: I had lunch with Victoria Coates just as she was going into the admin: And she loved Trump in a Trumpy way. . . . https://t.co/FucaB8U4Ft— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) April 22, 2020
A great comparison of Hungary's emergency law to other EU countries. Bottom line: don't believe the hype.https://t.co/Yyt4mCxHa5— Melissa O'Sullivan (@MelissaOSulliv4) April 21, 2020
Phillip Blond is still around, and so is ResPublica UK. ResPublica US didn't get off the ground. What has Blond done lately?
Hungary is arguably among the most successful European states in tackling poverty and inequality - which is not something one often hears - and part of that success is their family support system https://t.co/TiQJoTrdS3— Phillip Blond (@Phillip_Blond) April 21, 2020
Men and Women are Essentially Different | Phillip Blond
Breitbart: O’Donnell: History Matters–The Battles of Lexington and Concord
Today 245 years ago the “Shot heard around the world” occurred. Did your ancestor answer the call to the Alarm at Lexington and Concord? - please answer the roll call with his name and town. #LexingtonAndConcord @MinuteManNPS @NSSAR1889 @TodaysDAR #RevWar pic.twitter.com/2DAbviO1fQ— NSSAR (@NSSAR1889) April 19, 2020
Happy #PatriotsDay! This year marks the 245th anniversary of the battles of #LexingtonAndConcord, which started the #AmericanRevolution. The @bostonmarathon is today's most famous tradition. Although it's been postponed this year, we look forward to cheering on the runners soon! pic.twitter.com/Fk2HlYQ9AV— Publishing Solutions (@PSG_Boston) April 20, 2020
April 19th, 1775, 245 years ago yesterday and the shot heard round' the world. #LexingtonandConcord #Revolution #USA #RevWar pic.twitter.com/nyFG9bxgVB— Billy Tucci 死 (@BillyTucci) April 20, 2020
The Honesty of Originalism by James R. Rogers
The central case for legal originalism is commonsensical and compelling: Read legal texts as we read everything else—honestly. Think of it as an application of the Golden Rule: Read others as you would like to be read yourself, including legal texts. And if you don’t like what you read in a legal text when you’ve read it honestly, the solution is not then to read the text dishonestly, the solution is to advocate changing the legal text.
So, contra F.H. Buckley, it is not the case that “if originalism commends itself, then, it must be because the Framers’ Constitution is morally superior to that of today’s Constitution.” You don’t read the letter from Aunt Jenny honestly only if what she wrote is morally superior to anything else she might have written. You read it honestly and then disagree with her if you find what she’s written to be morally wanting. (We might even advocate to Aunt Jenny that she amend her letter: “That’s not true; you take that back!”)
And, contra Adrian Vermeule, reading texts honestly—including legal texts—is not a “political and rhetorical” strategy based on fleeting political “utility.” If one doesn’t believe that the current Constitution promotes society’s “common good” if read honestly, then propose a different constitution that would achieve the common good as one sees it, and we can debate the proposal. But don’t advocate reading the current Constitution dishonestly to achieve purposes any honest reader would admit the text doesn’t support.
Waited for this... such a good analysis on whether #COVID19 was a rare event (it was, but we ignored the signs). "The Pandemic Isn’t a Black Swan but a Portent of a More Fragile Global System" @nntaleb https://t.co/FlLllrjAqG via @NewYorker @bavishai— Dr. Amitha Kalaichandran (@DrAmithaMD) April 21, 2020
The political conversation we need to have right now. ⬇️@XavierU grad & Jesuit @fulkerson_sj discusses @Vermeullarmine's take on subsidiarity/solidarity. The juxtaposition of life & liberty goes back to USA's founding. We need a fresh look at our first principles. TJP ftw. https://t.co/SN5JoGO4jf— David Inczauskis SJ (@LibTheoJesuit) April 20, 2020
Felix and Meira
Had to balance these with something more positive.
There is a theme of women rejecting such strict forms of Judaism to find freedom or to find "true love" because their arranged marriages turned out so badly. Does their dissatisfaction with their husbands (whether because of real flaws or because they do not rank high enough in the SSH) explain their discontent, resentment, and radicalism? "The pursuit of indignation."
Couples wedding in the Roman Catholic Church essentially make the same pledge to one another. According to the Rite of Marriage (#25) the customary text in English is:
I, ____, take you, ____, to be my (husband/wife). I promise to be true to you in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health. I will love you and honour you all the days of my life.In the United States, Catholic wedding vows may also take the following form:
I, ____, take you, ____, to be my lawfully wedded(husband/wife), to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do us part.The priest will then say aloud "You have declared your consent before the Church. May the Lord in his goodness strengthen your consent and fill you both with his blessings. What God has joined, men must not divide. Amen."
Monday, April 20, 2020
Breitbart: College Admissions Bribe Scandal: Feds Release Pics Used to Get Lori Loughlin’s Daughter onto USC Rowing Team
Take a look at Olivia Jade's FAKE RESUME That She Used to Get Admitted Into USC https://t.co/jUKTckNH5o #Fake #LoriLoughlin #OliviaJade pic.twitter.com/JgSDk2lpM8— Aaron Fernandes (@AaronRFernandes) April 14, 2020
She’s still young, rich and pretty. She will be fine! https://t.co/XqnSEUsLmh #OliviaJade #LoriLoughlin— Perez (@ThePerezHilton) April 15, 2020
Is the following true of the architectural styles that succeeded the Gothic?
In contrast, Gothic architecture has a distinct acoustic difference. The majority of the wall surface in a large Gothic church is leaded glass. These big expanses of glass are smooth and hard, but they are not unyielding. High-pitched sounds will reflect off them readily, but low-pitched sounds will actually shake them, and this shaking motion absorbs the energy out of the sound. Furthermore, many of the big north-European churches that were famous centers of musicianship had wood, rather than stone, vaulting, and the thin wood ceiling paneling was likewise shakable and absorbent to low pitches. Acoustic measurements show that large Gothic churches have a notable drop off in reverberance in the bass range.
Has this "typical" sound influenced the way schola and choir directors have recruited and organized the voices for their groups, so that this is the sound they wish to mimic or present?
This is significant for the development of western church music. The great composers of the baroque period were mostly employed at huge Gothic churches, and they wrote music tailored to those spaces. The continuous modulation and contrapuntal bass lines in the music of J.S. Bach, for instance, depends upon an acoustic in which the bass decays rapidly. Those bass lines are played on immensely loud organ pipes, and were they to reverberate for several seconds, the music would become muddy and the harmonic modulation would be irritating. The long reverberation in the high frequencies is not a problem, however, because high harmonics are consonant with all notes of a scale. A ringing bell-like descant of high reverberance gives a pleasing sparkle to baroque music without muddying the forward motion.
Would Western chant and singing sound "better" in an Orthodox temple or in the oldest Roman churches, as the lower male voices can be heard more clearly? There are East European temples that are built of wood rather than stone--do these preserve the "Byzantine" sound, and how are they able to do so, in a way that the bass is not preserved in Western temples that have wood? (Is it merely the lack of large [stained-glass] windows?)
It would seem that there should be rules of architecture and building composition so that the bass is preserved, so that there is the presence of masculine voices during the liturgy is emphasized; otherwise there may be consequences on the participation of men during the liturgy, even if they happen at a subconscious level. (And for the West, we should also remember that the actual participation of the majority of the laity in the liturgy was limited as they did not understand Latin.)
Kyrie "In Resurrectione Domini" - Old Roman Chant (Home Edition)
In study after massive study, sex differences in personality & other psychological measures compared across countries are larger in advanced, liberal societies like Scandinavia in which cultural pressures would lead us to expect them to be smaller (Murray: Human Diversity).— Richard Dawkins (@RichardDawkins) April 16, 2020
No Yankee yell? (They can't appropriate the Rebel yell.) The United States (and Western Europeans) really need to recover or recreate their war chants. Military drills of the modern nation-state are a poor substitute, and one can't really do them on the playing field of a stadium anyways, even if one had a band. Would the recovery of European war chants entail embracing a form of neo-paganism which is at odds with Christian civilization? Maybe. Did the Byzantine armies have any sort of war cries in addition to their hymns and prayers?
We are about to see just how treasonous Democrats are as they advocate for mass immigration into the US after the #ChinaVirus has cost Americans tens of millions of jobs. Pay attention, America! #ImmigrationMoratorium— VDARE (@vdare) April 21, 2020
Tonight we celebrate a President who puts America/Americans first; tomorrow, we find out just how many Democrats/chamber of commerce-types/members of corporate media want to put you last by ensuring unlimited immigration. Historic moment, friends. https://t.co/aS0CmNnvvF— VDARE (@vdare) April 21, 2020
22 million Americans are unemployed right now because of the #ChinaVirus and the fear the word "racist" has in stopping our elected officials from putting the American people first. What CEOs will attack Trump tomorrow over his #ImmigrationMoratorium. Pay attention!— VDARE (@vdare) April 21, 2020
With a stroke of the pen, we will soon see the venom in which Democrats truly have for the Historic American Population. https://t.co/PMty6u4IIh— VDARE (@vdare) April 21, 2020
Reject any and all who dispense black pills. #ImmigrationMoratorium has happened.— VDARE (@vdare) April 21, 2020
Now, we must push:
Executive Order on Birthright Citizenship
Deportation of Illegal Aliens
Arrest Sanctuary City Mayors
No matter what happens next, we now know it can be done. The impossible is possible. #ImmigrationMoratorium has happened. Now is the time to double-down on the battle to take America back.— VDARE (@vdare) April 21, 2020
Never stop giving President Trump credit for this moment. We all hoped this would have happened on 1/21/17, but it's never too late. We only have to win once to Make America Great Again. Our enemies must win every day. https://t.co/PcUopYJsHt— VDARE (@vdare) April 21, 2020
"This proposal signals that Trump is serious about putting America First. He may have very well won re-election tonight. Trump forces Democrats to defend foreigners against the interests of citizens." https://t.co/aS0CmNnvvF— VDARE (@vdare) April 21, 2020
.@IngrahamAngle Announcing President @realDonaldTrump's Decision To Sign An Executive Order Temporarily Suspending Immigration Into the United States— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) April 21, 2020
"This should be well received by all Americans given what we're facing." #AmericaFirst pic.twitter.com/Uvz1Hig5ED
1/2 I do wonder if there's *anyone else* in the entire Executive Branch who had any idea D. Trump was going to tweet out an immigration ban... https://t.co/C2FpMCgiBB— Peter Brimelow (@peterbrimelow) April 21, 2020
With a stroke of the pen, we will soon see the venom in which Democrats truly have for the Historic American Population. https://t.co/PMty6u4IIh— VDARE (@vdare) April 21, 2020