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From the Dallas Morning News:

Mexico plans summit to target rise of white supremacy

Alarmed by the rise of hate crime in the U.S., Mexico is calling for a summit of leaders from Spanish-speaking nations.

By Alfredo Corchado

1:36 PM on Sep 21, 2019

MEXICO CITY – Alarmed by the rise of hate crime in the U.S., Mexico is calling for a summit of leaders from Spanish-speaking nations to develop a strategy to combat white supremacy.

FM Ebrard, leader of anti-white supremacy bloc, looks like Chris Noth, Mr. Big on Sex and the City

Roberto Velasco Alvarez, spokesman for Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, said the Mexican government has already reached out to key ambassadors posted in Mexico and hopes to hold the summit in Mexico City by the end of the year in which leaders would draft a policy position based on discussions highlighting political and cultural values.

“If white supremacists are calling for hatred, racial divisions, what is our response? We have to define our response, defend our culture, language, civilization, our existence,” Velasco said.

The summit, still in its preliminary stages, would involve leaders from Latin America, Spain and Portugal and include key Mexican American political and cultural actors, including Texas, said Velasco.

 
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  1. Hail says: • Website

    what is our response? We have to define our response, defend our culture, language, civilization, our existence,” Velasco said.

    Sounds good.

    Can we get that, too, Señor Velasco? Thx.

  2. Marcelo Ebrard = Mr Bracero Deal.

    • LOL: bomag, Kylie
  3. Zhrou says:

    Conquistador-American is my favorite Sailerism and I am often tempted to use it. But I work at UC Berkeley and that would put me one Google search away from job loss. Someone else will have to stretch the Overton window on this one.

  4. Tusk says:
    @Hail

    He’s getting a bit too close to the 14 words, he better die in a car crash before whitey gets any ideas that he should be able to do the same.

    • Agree: 95Theses
  5. There will be no stopping this silliness. Even the DHS says surly white folk are terrorists. It’s obviously time to move to another country or at least travel extensively.

  6. Uh, are you familiar with the term blowback, chief?

  7. Altai says:

    Mexican foreign minister swears by the blue blood of his conquistador ancestors to ensure a path the more European-challenged poor urban mixed masses and Indigenous peasants to leave country as an escape valve for the consequences of his overclasses inequity and corruption.

    Fixed that for you.

    • Replies: @Kronos
    , @Prof. Woland
  8. Anonymous[375] • Disclaimer says:

    “White supremacy” basically means northern European supremacy.

    Italian soccer fans who make monkey chants to taunt black players insist that they’re not racist and that racism is a northern European thing:

    https://www.football-italia.net/143806/inter-ultras-defend-cagliari-fans

    Inter ultras have leapt to the defence of Cagliari fans after they racially abused Romelu Lukaku, describing their monkey chants as a ‘way’ to help their team.

    The shocking statement was released by ultras group L’Urlo della Nord on their Facebook page, which sought to justify the behaviour of Cagliari supporters during Sunday’s Serie A match at the Sardegna Arena.

    It read: “Hi Romelu. We are writing you on behalf of Curva Nord, yes the guys who welcomed you at your arrival in Milan.

    “We are really sorry you thought that what happened in Cagliari was racist.

    “You have to understand that Italy is not like many other north European countries where racism is a REAL problem.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    , @Hail
    , @Gordo
    , @anon
  9. anonymous[191] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s amazing how quickly blue-eyed Latin Americans can call for racial solidarity with their brown countrymen when it suits them. Their hypocrisy is there for all to see in their racially divided nations and we all know where they would head if there was an anti-white uprising in any of their countries, to the land of the hated Gringo.

    • Replies: @bigdicknick
    , @Moses
  10. Tonight we now have Reaching Rachel, a white woman who dared to put her arm higher than the head of a Sacred Child of Color while retrieving an item (probably a hair prepraration) from a shelf at Target in Brooklyn. She got quickly schooled about B.P.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7474767/Mom-attacks-woman-reached-daughter-without-saying-excuse-Target.html

    • LOL: BB753
    • Replies: @BenKenobi
  11. @Zhrou

    Someone else will have to stretch the Overton window on this one.

    Use the Force, Luke!

  12. @Anonymous

    “You have to understand that Italy is not like many other north European countries where racism is a REAL problem.

    It’s an integral part of Clown World that everyone believes that the absolute least racist countries on the face of the earth are in fact the most racist.

    Their time’s gonna come, though. (PS: ‘Preprarations?’ I meant ‘Reparations’)

    • Agree: sayless
  13. @Zhrou

    It’s a pretty stupid term because as anyone who has read any book on the conquistadors would remember, most of them impregnated Indian women and had mestizo children. Very few white women in New Spain those days, and the racial purity/Casta system ideals didn’t exist yet. The white people in Latin America came from later waves of immigration. The real “Conquistador-Americans” are the 85 IQ peasants mowing the lawn.

  14. Kronos says:
    @Altai

    MMGA = Make Mexico Great Again!

  15. Hail says: • Website
    @Anonymous

    Italy is not like many other north European countries where racism is a REAL problem.

    I know it’s a cliche around these parts, but the witchcraft analogy holds true.

    “Witchraft? Ah, yes. We are not witches; the real witchcraft is coming from those other people over yonder.”

    Or,

    “Dems are the real Witches.”

    • Replies: @Hail
    , @Haruto Rat
  16. Anonymous[410] • Disclaimer says:

    Hey Steve, have you seen the movie Luce? It has some isteve-y issues in it and I’d love to hear your take on the film.

  17. Hail says: • Website
    @Hail

    “Dems are the real Witches.”

    Seen in the wild again today:

    [MORE]

    Dinesh D’Souza [Verified Account]
    @DineshDSouza

    Children—notably Nordic white girls with braids and red cheeks—were often used in Nazi propaganda. An old Goebbels technique! Looks like today’s progressive Left is still learning its game from an earlier Left in the 1930s

    Sep 22, 2019

  18. Elite Mexican hypocrisy? Check. Projecting a Mexican social pathology onto America? Check. Being able to hold such a conference in Mexico City because the elites are very, very good at keeping their own deplorables in check, and therefore not asking themselves, ‘hey, isn’t this exactly what you’re doing to us’? You bet it’s a check.

    Seriously, though. I have to wonder what the long-term strategy to this is. While Mexicans are on average of lower IQ than Whites, they aren’t all like your somewhat slow, but friendly yard guy, or the middle-aged woman who messes up your order at McDonalds. A whole bunch are quite smart, which leads me to believe that this is going to be used as a short-term barganing chip (Mexican presidents only serve one six-year term), or maybe this is being done on behalf of the one percenters who see a long-range payoff.

    But then again, it’s a national sport in Mexican politics to denigrate America to Mexicans. It’s never amounted to much in the past, so I doubt it will this time either.

    • Replies: @bomag
    , @huisache
  19. Franz says:

    Alarmed by the rise of hate crime in the U.S., Mexico is calling for a summit of leaders from Spanish-speaking nations to develop a strategy to combat white supremacy.

    Has Spain changed so much since the early 1960s?

    Or will Spain consider this meddling boob’s comments an insult?

    Because the early 60s was when Samuel Bronston made The Fall of the Roman Empire there, where he actually built a replica of the Roman Forum near Madrid.

    Never mind the Forum, catch any clip or picture from Fall of… and you’ll see the most Nordic-looking Rome in the history of the movies. Splendid for those scenes alone, this movie, which is otherwise forgettable.

    Why wouldn’t Spain be a target for the charge of “white supremacy,” not a victim?

  20. Nice invisiglasses he’s got though.

    • Replies: @Hail
  21. anonymous[194] • Disclaimer says:

    When your god is the homosexual scion of whichever wealthy family is ruling Italy………. Mexico, Central and South America now have a race of people born of massive white man on native women miscegenation. At least the Jesus was Jewish Protestant heretics largely brought with them their own women to fornicate with.

  22. Hail says: • Website
    @Oleaginous Outrager

    Your comment made me realize that the “monocle look” would really suit this man.

    An unusually monocle-worthy face.

    Am I right?

  23. @Hail

    I must say Greta definitely qualifies as a Funny Looking Kid, but she also has a strange Midwich Cuckoo vibe, unlike the healthy Aryan maiden on her left.

    Alas, I read that in a world of litigation (and where a majority of medics are female), abusive medical acronyms attached to patient records are dying rapidly. This is from 2003, I imagine they’ve pretty much gone now.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/3159813.stm

    The increasing rate of litigation means that there is a far higher chance that doctors will be asked in court to explain the exact meaning of NFN (Normal for Norfolk), FLK (Funny Looking Kid) or GROLIES (Guardian Reader Of Low Intelligence in Ethnic Skirt).

    Dr Fox recounts the tale of one doctor who had scribbled TTFO – an expletive expression roughly translated as “Told To Go Away” – on a patient’s notes. He told BBC News Online: “This guy was asked by the judge what the acronym meant, and luckily for him he had the presence of mind to say: ‘To take fluids orally’.”

    And the number of terms for patients believed to be somewhat intellectually challenged is enormous. From LOBNH (Lights On But Nobody Home), CNS-QNS (Central Nervous System – Quantity Not Sufficient), to the delightful term “pumpkin positive”, which refers to the implication that a penlight shone into the patient’s mouth would encounter a brain so small that the whole head would light up.

    Regular visitors to A&E on a Friday or Saturday night are also classified. DBI refers to “Dirt Bag Index”, and multiplies the number of tattoos with the number of missing teeth to give an estimate of the number of days since the patient last bathed. A PFO refers to a drunken patient who sustained injury falling over, while a PGT “Got Thumped” instead.

    TOP MEDICAL ABBREVIATIONS

    CTD – Circling the Drain (A patient expected to die soon)
    GLM – Good looking Mum
    GPO – Good for Parts Only
    TEETH – Tried Everything Else, Try Homeopathy
    UBI – Unexplained Beer Injury

  24. @Hail

    “Witchraft? Ah, yes. We are not witches; the real witchcraft is coming from those other people over yonder.”

    “Oh no, there are no cannibals in our village, some two weeks ago we ate the last one.”

  25. Hail says: • Website
    @Zhrou

    Conquistador-American is my favorite Sailerism

    When did Steve coin “Conquistador-American”?

    Not sure if this settles it, but the first time the term turns up in the (easily-searchable) Unz Review archive of the iSteve blog is December 2012, when the blog was still at blogspot. The first post was “Conquistador-Americans Advise GOP on How to Stop Being So Racist” (Dec. 6, 2012). The phrase got such a good response he used it in six posts by the end of January 2013 alone.

    MC says:
    December 6, 2012 at 1:18 pm GMT

    “Conquistador-Americans”.

    Now THAT is a phrase, unlike Endimenment, that really deserves to go viral.

    Agnostic says: • Website
    December 6, 2012 at 1:25 pm GMT

    “Conquistador-Americans”

    LOL. Agreed, very catchy phrase.

    Matthew says:
    December 6, 2012 at 2:09 pm GMT

    Heh, “Conquistador-Americans.” Put me down as a fan.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Hypnotoad666
  26. @miss marple

    There will be no stopping this silliness. Even the DHS says surly white folk are terrorists. It’s obviously time to move to another country or at least travel extensively.

    The last few action movies or TV shows I’ve seen that were produced in Europe, the bad guys were white … just sayin’.

    Then there’s this …

  27. @Herbert West

    Ah, yes. Of course. Because those later waves of Spanish immigrants weren’t conquering anything at all. We keep forgetting that immigrants aren’t invaders….

  28. It’s astonishing that so many Latin Americans want to move to a country crawling with evil White Supremacists.

    • Agree: GermanReader2
    • Replies: @Lurker
    , @AnotherDad
  29. Anonymous[425] • Disclaimer says:

    This is why Latin whites are scum of the earth.

    US sided with the wrong people in the Cold War: Latin white regimes and their death squads. US should have sided with browns to overthrow and kill all these scum Latino whites. No more white supremacy in Latin America.

  30. Anonymous[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hail

    Just call them ‘Conquis’… like they call Americans ‘Yanquis’.

  31. @YetAnotherAnon

    In Santa Monica in 1981, a popular medical acronym was GOMER: Get Outta My Emergency Room.

    • Replies: @GermanReader2
  32. Gordo says:
    @Anonymous

    In Cagliari they are still fighting off the invasions of the Bronze Age, successfully at that.

    • LOL: Twinkie
  33. Gordo says:
    @miss marple

    There will be no stopping this silliness. Even the DHS says surly white folk are terrorists. It’s obviously time to move to another country or at least travel extensively.

    But to where? we are so evil they can’t leave us alone anywhere.

    • Agree: ben tillman
  34. Gordo says:
    @Hail

    Using a disturbed child for propaganda is poor stuff, leftists know no morality.

    • Replies: @Lugash
  35. bomag says:
    @Hail

    We have to define our response

    said Marcelo Ebrard, speaking for himself

    and defend our culture, language, civilization, our existence.

    We have decided that the best way is to attack their culture, language, civilization, their existence.

    IOW, more of the same, so we’ll just stay the course.

  36. @Altai

    Miss Chiapas? If I were a Miss Mexico judge, I’d be terrified to vote against Miss Chiapas.

  37. Anon[336] • Disclaimer says:

    TNC has a _novel_ out. Come on, Steve, review it.

  38. As I just noted in the Audacious Epigone blog, if the US has one legitimate enemy, it is Mexico.

  39. Leaders from Spain and Portugal getting together for conference on combatting white supremacy is like Israel hosting a conference on combatting ethnonationalism.

    • LOL: El Dato
    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    , @Hail
  40. @Zhrou

    Starting taping white pieces of paper up around the campus that say only “Conquistador American.”

  41. @Anonymous

    I have always believed this….Alt Righters are very fond of Pinochet and Franco…..If the Native Born White American Working Class were ruled over by these two…they would be subjected to a heavy dose of White Hispanic Death Squad repression….How did things work out for the White American Population when the Cubans moved into Miami?

    I don’t want to be ruled over by South American Lebanese Christians…Nassim Taleb’s People…

    • Replies: @El Dato
  42. @Hail

    Dinesh D’Souza – another fraud. So now any blond white girl in duel braids is Hitler? LOL, you need to go back.

    With respect to Goebbels, I believe it was his own daughter used as the source of the braided girl in those posters.

  43. Thirdtwin says:

    “key”…Is that code for “white”?

  44. bomag says:
    @The Alarmist

    I’d say they are clustering too close together under fire.

    • Agree: Inquiring Mind
  45. @Franz

    Interestingly, Mexico had a recent diplomatic tiff with Spain. AMLO, Mexico’s nominally leftwing populist president, called on Spain to apologize for colonization. Spain did not apologize; indeed, Santiago Abascal, leader of the Vox Party, said that Mexico should be grateful to Spain for bringing civilization and ending barbarism.

    Ironically, AMLO is himself of overwhelmingly Spanish descent, like most of Mexico’s presidents. So if he wants the apology so much, I don’t see why he can’t just administer it himself.

    • LOL: bomag
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Franz
  46. El Dato says:
    @Herbert West

    So… “Reconquistador-American”?

    (I don’t know too much about Mexico except that James Coburn was using a MG42 with good effect on target in 1920 or so in “Duck You Sucker!!!”)

  47. Anonymous[283] • Disclaimer says:

    A wise old sage once said, “White supremacy is the dominant ideology and normative ethos of dozens of countries, mainly in Latin America.” Or something to that effect.

  48. Realist says:
    @Herbert West

    The real “Conquistador-Americans” are the 85 IQ peasants mowing the lawn.

    Exactly right.

  49. bomag says:
    @South Texas Guy

    …what the long-term strategy to this is

    One does wonder.

    I suppose Mexican leaders see it as expanding their brand. They have plenty of shock troops in the north, holding territory, sending back remittance, mining the social programs, etc.

    But as far as America is a goose laying golden eggs, this scramble for America can’t end well if all these ethnic migrants set up little versions of their home country: the goose gets cooked and eaten, and people start wondering what happened to the nice things.

  50. When Spain, Mexico and Argentina ended African Slavery they simply let the former slaves starve to death.

    • Replies: @Flip
    , @Anonymous
  51. El Dato says:
    @Hail

    Yeah but that Dinesh Tweet is really something pulled out of the anus.

    Tell him Israel is doing the same and his head will splatter itself over a large area.

    There is nothing wrong with propaganda enhanced by young women.

    And you immediately see the healthy one when you look for nose rings and other cosmetic improvements and don’t find any!

  52. @Steve Sailer

    In Germany customers of the airline Lufthansa sometimes found the handwritten abbreviation “RAL” on their tickets after boarding. There is a well-known rumor, that this is a warning from the ground-personnel to the stewards/stewardesses indicating a difficult customer.
    (RAL = RiesenArschLoch = really big a**hole)

  53. Hail says: • Website
    @Hail

    Mike Enoch satirizing this rather typical Dinesh fare:

    DSA Mike Peinovich
    @DSAMikeP

    “Showing white people in pictures is for left wing Nazi Democrats.”

  54. Thea says:
    @miss marple

    There is no safe harbor. And frankly if we can’t fix this mess here, we will never succeed at it elsewhere.

    • Agree: bomag, 95Theses
  55. Bill says:
    @Herbert West

    You are missing the point so completely that it is mind-boggling.

    • Agree: Cloudbuster
  56. @anonymous

    we should invent some kind of bracketing thing for conquistador americans like triple parenthesis for jews.

    What’s up my ]]]fellow mexicans[[[?

  57. Realist says:
    @miss marple

    Even the DHS says surly white folk are terrorists. It’s obviously time to move to another country or at least travel extensively.

    Don’t run away from the problem…confront it.

  58. @Franz

    Why wouldn’t Spain be a target for the charge of “white supremacy,” not a victim?

    Of course your point is valid.

    Spain is glad to be rid of these idiots on the other side of the pond.

  59. Lurker says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    I’ve also heard of:

    DKDC – Don’t Know, Don’t Care
    TUBE – Totally Unnecessary Breast Exam

  60. Lurker says:
    @Cloudbuster

    Ditto for Africans, Arabs, Asians, Jews, Muslims . . .

    • Agree: Cloudbuster
  61. @Herbert West

    Christopher Columbus, Hispanics of the world thank you. Where would you be without him?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @RadicalCenter
  62. @YetAnotherAnon

    The TTR (Teeth-to-Tattoo Ratio) shows an excellent correlation to positive medical outcomes.

  63. @The Alarmist

    They should at least study the Warren supporting antifa guy from Dayton and the local police response.

  64. @Steve Sailer

    “If I were a Miss Mexico judge, I’d be terrified to vote against Miss Chiapas”

    Whatever happened to El Subcommandante Marcos and His Lost Planet Airmen?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subcomandante_Marcos

    • Replies: @anon
  65. anon[414] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    My mother was half Italian, her mom, My dad was French and Irish. She would always crack on my dad that he was a dirty Frenchman and she was much better being Italian, She would hug me close and say “French are dirty people”. Unfortunately for me I was only a quarter Italian and just not Italian enough for the Italians but not white enough for white supremacists. Must be the dirty French quarter.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  66. We have to define our response, defend our culture, language, civilization, our existence,

    This!

    When white Americans or Europeans want to defend their identity, culture, language, and existence, that is taboo, and they are demonized. Yet, normal humans clearly care about this and do want their identity to exist and thrive beyond their individual lives.

    I’d like to see this hypocrisy resolved, where all major groups play by the same rules in this sense.

    Eric Kaufmann calls this “asymmetric multiculturalism”, where the recent majority identities must basically blend away and die, while other cultural identities should strengthen themselves.

    Politicians have been able to successfully manage this hypocrisy without blowback. I’d like to see that ended.

    • Agree: GermanReader2
  67. Ano says:

    …Spain and Portugal….
    I’m confused- are these countries invited because both are white European countries whose citizenry are tropical Trumpsters who hate on little brown people like Sr Velasco; or, invited because his hispanic brothers-in-arms Spaniards and Portuguese are fellow hate-victims of deplorable Yanqui pigdog gringos?

    Wasn’t it Mr Sailer who ‘noticed’ how Spaniards Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem are now in the Current Year considered ‘Hispanic’ by Woke Hollywood?

  68. Given the hue of Mexicans in leadership and influence, wealth and power, it’s a safe bet this not about “white supremacy”.

  69. @Anonymous

    This is why Latin whites are scum of the earth.

    Woah…

    No…

    First, I love many “Latin whites”. I’m a white Italian, which is arguably “Latin White”. Italian is the closest living language to Latin. The Latin Language is most prevalent in Italy. Many Italian cities still proudly display Latin language writing on signs and public structures.

    Personally, I dislike the political left… I try to not let it escalate to hate. And that politics obsesses over race, but spans all races including my own…

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  70. Abe says:
    @Zhrou

    (deleting duplicate comment)

  71. @Hail

    You are indeed. He has that ineffable Colonel Klinkness to him.

  72. Frederick Maryland…At a Country Fair….Two black teenagers punch a 59 year old White Male in the head….White Male dies instantly….Polar Bear knockout game….Will the DHS be investigating this as a BLACK SUPREMACIST ATTACK…? Happened yesterday….

  73. @Hail

    ein monokolwürdiggesicht in best Deutscher tradition

  74. @Zhrou

    The white people in Latin America came from later waves of immigration.

    My understanding is that in the 19th century the Mexican elite was heavily infused by a steady, but not massive, flow of Italian, French, even German and Irish immigration. And of course additional Spaniards.

    It was sort of the opposite of our current immigration pattern. More like the “carpetbaggers” to the South – except that the vacuum at the top was created not by a devastating war but by the general mediocrity of the old elite.

    • Replies: @BB753
  75. jim jones says:

    My Filipino neighbour here in London asked me why us Brits had failed to colonise them instead of the Spanish, “we could have been like New Zealand instead of Mexico”.

    • Replies: @Ancient Briton
  76. OT: Few things piss me off more than the idiotic ease with which you can get conservatives to cheer their enemies, simply by having the right boogeyman say something about them.

    After all, if Ilhan Omar is criticizing AIPAC and the Israel lobby, the Israel lobby must totes be the best thing for America ever.

    Today, the Guardian had an article critical of Ivanka:

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/342959/

    The commenters on Instapundit go full retard in defense of Ivanka.

  77. @Hail

    A lot of Dinesh’s “conservatism” is driven by his hatred of white people, and the fact as an Indian he naturally associates liberalism with white European types. That’s why he is hardly a reliable ally.

    • Agree: Hail
    • Replies: @anon
  78. How did the richest Mexican in history get so rich that millions had to leave and what have politicians like the foreign minister done about it? Funny, I don’t see a single mention of that in the NYT. I wonder why..

  79. Walsh2 says:
    @Franz

    Pretty sure most “Spanish-speaking nations” aren’t real fond of Mexicans. I know Spaniards look down their noses at them and Cubans can’t stand them. Not sure about the others but would hazard a guess most South American countries don’t look favorably at them.

  80. Gabe Ruth says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    HONDA: Hispanic Obese Non-insulin-dependent Diabetic Asthmatic

    From a nice Jewish boy too.

  81. istevefan says:

    Alarmed by the rise of hate crime in the U.S., Mexico is calling for a summit of leaders from Spanish-speaking nations.

    Are they similarly alarmed by the rise in violent crime in Mexico, Central America and the rest of Latin America? If so, have they convened any summits of leaders from Spanish-speaking nations to discuss it?

    Including the Walmart shooting in El Paso, I doubt the number of latino victims of White American criminals even registers on the scale when comparing it to the number of latino victims of latino criminals.

    And of course they dare not discuss the T account with latino victims of White criminals on right side and White American victims of illegal latino aliens on the left because they know it sure as hell won’t balance.

    These guys are similar to our blacks who won’t discuss the daily grind of black-on-black crime, or the similarly skewed imbalance of black-on-white crime

    Both get more mileage out of focusing on the rarer instances of White-on-them crime. And the only reason either gets any mileage off that issue is because we are stupid enough to listen.

    Solution: stop dancing to their tune.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @RadicalCenter
  82. Mexicans and Hispanics in general are much more pro-Spanish than white Americans are pro-British. It is not unusual for Hispanics to refer to themselves as simply “Spanish”, whereas no white American would ever refer to themselves as “English”.

    White Americans mostly seem to reject any notion of British ancestry and cultural influence and would consider it an insult to be referred to as “British” in any way. Hispanics seem much more culturally and mentally rooted in the old world than white Americans do, regardless of their actual race. White Americans are mostly a rootless people by comparison, of their own making.

  83. Lugash says:
    @Gordo

    The hard/commie left think she’s a PR fabrication for corporations to seize even more power under a green new deal.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @Jack Henson
  84. Anonymous[327] • Disclaimer says:

    We have to … defend our culture, language, civilization, our existence,” Velasco said.

    Does this exhortation not epitomize racial supremacy?

  85. anon[210] • Disclaimer says:
    @istevefan

    Are they similarly alarmed by the rise in violent crime in Mexico, Central America and the rest of Latin America

    They don’t want to discuss that. Part of Mexico are now zones of armed conflict between cartel gunmen and self-defense organizations that often hire ex-cartel gunmen. Much of the killing is via assassination, but sometimes there are open gunfights with rifles, machineguns and even RPG’s. Almost none of this makes it into the US media, and don’t ask Fred Reed to comment on it.

    The cartel gunmen’s instructors are often former Mexican Army. It is a low level civil unrest working towards civil war. Some state such as Guerrero are mostly under the control of either cartel or militia, with the government officials mostly as spectators. It’s been about 100 years since the last civil war in Mexico, perhaps they are due for a rerun?

    Distracting international attention away from all this, especially the attention of Woke journalists, with a confab on “white soupremacy” is inexpensive and might just work.

  86. Moses says:
    @anonymous

    It’s amazing how quickly blue-eyed Latin Americans can call for racial solidarity with their brown countrymen when it suits them.

    Hmmm…that dishonest tactic sounds familiar, doesn’t it?

  87. The Mexican ruling class is vile, but viler still is the JEW/WASP ruling class of the American Empire.

    Where is that Canadian DUMMY with the cocaine boogers to sing about Cortez and the Conquistadors?

    Calling them CONQUISTADORS is good stuff, but we’ll never get any Republican Party politician with enough balls to call them that.

    I called them Spaniards and Peninsular Spaniards. Peninsulares is another one.

    None of them have the rhetorical pop of CONQUISTADORS.

    Tweets from 2014 and 2015:

  88. Moses says:
    @Hail

    Conservacucks like Dinesh are why we lose ground to lefties.

    They swallow leftie frames hook, line and sinker.

  89. Steve calls this putz a Conquistador-American. I call him a cabron. Whatever.

  90. @Hail

    It depends on his eyesight. Two monocles would look kind of dumb…

  91. @istevefan

    My “African-American” Co-worker and I get along very well — she is always friendly and helpful to me and backs me up, and I therefore do the same for her. We have worked together a pretty long time now,

    But whenever we have a few minutes to drift into small talk, she invariably finds a way to bring up racism, racism, racism, racism against the poor innocent, peaceful black people.

    She actually said to me, about the Republicans, “I can’t vote for anybody who goes around saying that black people are always committing crimes.” This, after she knows that I have been physically attacked by Africans here in Los Angeles twice in just a few years, hit from the front for no reason once (stayed standing and then knocked his ass down) and knocked to the ground once. Much more seriously, she knows that an acquaintance of mine in high school was raped by an African “man.”

    She also feels comfortable enough with me to complain about how many Mexicans there are and how everyone speaks Spanish and poor people in the hood can’t get jobs because the Latinos have them all. Well, yeah, which is yet another reason not to support mass-immigration candidates/parties, like her beloved democrats above all.

    I couldn’t possibly respond honestly to her willfully blind retard-level commentary in the workplace, but I do try to avoid talking with her as much anymore. Thank God she has a somewhat different upbringing and character than most Africans in the USA seem to have nowadays, but the levels of intelligence, reasoning ability, and good faith are characteristically low.

  92. BenKenobi says:
    @Mr McKenna

    The article sure runs cover for the black woman.

    Compare and contrast the language in this article with what you would see in a “racist rant recorded” article.

  93. @Hail

    An unusually monocle-worthy face.

    Am I right?

    Agreed. But nobody could ever rock the monocle like Werner Klemperer.

    • Replies: @Lurker
  94. El Dato says:
    @Lugash

    Let’s say that’s not impossible.

    The best that could happen to Gretha is that someone abducts her away from the media to an island (not Epstein Island) (possibly sson underwater due to Glbal Warming) where she can grow up in peace and w/o the possibility to live out the World Saviour Complex being instrumented by many.

    Last week’s world wide walkout (WWW) of students was just embarrassing, complete with bad progger-rock concerts and circling helicopters.

  95. BB753 says:
    @Hypnotoad666

    Many Spaniards also migrated to Mexico during the first half of the XX th century. Same goes for Cuba, Venezuela and Argentina.

  96. jamesr says:

    Yes, they weren’t. They were functionaries or merchants. There were far more Spanish immigrants after Mexico independence than under the Viceroyalty of New Spain.

  97. @Hail

    Children—notably Nordic white girls with braids and red cheeks—were often used in Nazi propaganda.

    Ugh. I’d like to think this was supposed to be an ironic comment on the fashionable but super-dumb leftist argument that anything bad people did must be bad for everyone to do. (As in “‘white supremacists use the word “Anglo-Saxon,” so everyone has to stop using it.”)

    But I don’t think Dinesh does nuance or humor. He’s just straight ahead Republican talking points. So I guess this is just his take on the “Democrats are the Real Racists” talking point.

  98. anon[210] • Disclaimer says:
    @Peter Akuleyev

    A lot of Dinesh’s “conservatism” is driven by his hatred of white people,

    Did you confirm that with Ann Coulter?

  99. @Hail

    Is there any chance that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is related to the Great Conquistador himself. If so, she’s got some ‘splainin’ to do.

    • Replies: @istevefan
  100. Anon[336] • Disclaimer says:

    I read on Twitter that vengeance novels are the latest tend from woke female authors.

    I hope that women’s lower tendency to violence prevents a sort of anti-male Ferguson Effect. But then I remember the crazy tranny community.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
  101. indocon says:

    Across the globe, Republicans and Trump seem hell bent on finding a new country whose borders they defend, while its people do every damm thing to kills the borders of America:
    https://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-ab-ki-baar-pm-narendra-modi-plays-trump-card-in-houston-trashes-pakistan-2791672

    I am 100% sure that Indian American vote and $’s to Republicans will not exceed 25%, just as Jewish vote and $s have done for last 50 years.

  102. istevefan says:
    @Hypnotoad666

    Doesn’t the conquistador spell his name with an ‘s’ instead of a ‘z’? I don’t speak Spanish so I don’t know if this is just the result of using that name in our language. Is there meaningful difference between Cortes and Cortez?

  103. Flip says:
    @Skyler_the_Weird

    There’s a fair amount of African DNA in the Mexican gene pool.

    • Replies: @anon
  104. They’re afraid of being stuck on the wrong side of a wall with all the brown-hued people they rule over.

    They would rather be part of a borderless economic zone for cosmopolitan elites, from NYC to Mexico City. They don’t care about the mestizos.

  105. @Hail

    what is our response? We have to define our response, defend our culture, language, civilization, our existence,” Velasco said.

    Sounds good.

    Can we get that, too, Señor Velasco? Thx.

    Exactly. I’m unclear what threat this “white supremacy” could possibly be to Mexico. I wasn’t aware we were invading them.

    Is it Fred Reed? Roberto, we’re willing to take that rascal back, but in return you take your people back.

    • Replies: @Charon
  106. benjaminl says:

    Semi-Off-Topic:

    The Mexican baseball league is pursuing a kind of reverse ‘Birth Tourism’ by flooding the league with foreign yanqui ringers who may happen to have a drop or two of Mexican ancestry (James Russell, Logan Watkins, Chris Carter, Beau Amaral)

    https://gen.medium.com/home-and-away-american-ballplayers-are-flooding-the-mexican-league-923130436df6

  107. Buroaker says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    Heard this explanation by Austin paramedic observing a woman faking illness in supermarket
    Case of ABA
    When I looked askance he whispered
    Average Black Attack
    ..he then turned off mike on his radio and requested Law enforcement…
    …the sick jibbering patient all of a sudden Knew Their Name, knew Where They Were, etc..

  108. It’s interesting how white Hispanics seem to have managed to build a sense of kinship with the Mestizo majority, perhaps an artificial kinship but it seems to keep the Mestizos from blaming the whites for their problems and wanting to genocide the whites because they see them as their Hispanic cultural kin.

    Whites in South Africa in contrast have not managed to build any sense of kinship with the black majority. South African blacks still regard South African whites as the invader and the enemy despite the fact that many have been there for centuries, especially those of Dutch ancestry. Why the difference, is it simply that blacks are more savage and tribal by nature and impossible for whites to form a sense of shared identity with, or did the Spanish/Southern European colonialists go about their dealings with the non-white population in a different way that has resulted in better relations with them today?

    • Replies: @South Texas Guy
  109. anon[210] • Disclaimer says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    Whatever happened to El Subcommandante Marcos and His Lost Planet Airmen?

    Most likely an application of la plata, with el plumbo as the only alternative.

  110. @bigdicknick

    we should invent some kind of bracketing thing for conquistador americans like triple parenthesis for jews.

    What’s up my ]]]fellow mexicans[[[?

    Make it like a sombrero:

    \__fellow mexicans__/

  111. @Cloudbuster

    It’s astonishing that so many Latin Americans want to move to a country crawling with evil White Supremacists.

    Blacks always moving to neighborhoods full of “racist” whites … and never going back to sacred Africa.

    Jews also moving to nations full of “anti-Semites” … and wanting to golf with them!

    Women demanding to work with sexist men.

    Muslims …

  112. @Anon

    “I hope that women’s lower tendency to violence prevents a sort of anti-male Ferguson Effect. But then I remember the crazy tranny community.”

    We have arrived at a situation where a mad tranny shooting random white men would be reported in 95% of our media as female, with lots of sympathetic op-eds about it having been only a matter of time before women “fought back”. Look at the acceptance by the woke of “Thelma and Louise”.

    To make the media lying 100% complete you’d only need a law making “misgendering” an offence.

  113. @England patriot

    Hispanics who refer to themselves as Spanish are not doing it because they are pro-Spanish. They are doing it because in the United States the general view of Latin America is that it is corrupt and poor, and the vast majority of new arrivals from that region are working class or below. In fact, most Hispanics I’ve met in the US who actually identify as Spanish are not Spanish at all, or Spanish speaking, or even really white for that matter, but are thoroughly assimilated Americans who say ‘Spanish’ for ancestry like other Americans say ‘German’ or ‘Italian’. Not particularly harmful, though I do think hyphenated American labels are outright stupid.
    Most Americans — white or otherwise — don’t identify as English even with English ancestry because it’s not true or necessary. Contrary to relentless propaganda, not everyone on earth is an American, and Americans are indeed a distinct people and culture, of course with strong English roots, but distinct.
    So I claim American is not only a nationality but an ethnicity, and I have American ethnicity. For some reason this is viewed with mild hostility in the Bay Area, but I’m under no compunction to redefine my identity in my own land to suit newcomers.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Massimo Heitor
  114. @Hail

    This is twice in one week that the “Nazi” jibe has been used against a white child for reasons other than Nazi political beliefs.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7477677/Tory-candidate-shocked-picture-post-praising-sons-politics-trolled.html

    Conclusions –
    (1) To earn the accolade of being a “poster boy/girl for the Hitler Youth”, you need only be a white child that the writer does not like. Blonde hair, blue eyes and plaits are helpful but not essential.
    (2) It is not only members of minorities who receive racial insults on social media.
    (3) If you are white, then in some people’s eyes you automatically look like a Nazi. Nazis deserve to be punched and exterminated. You can see where this is leading.

    Predictions –
    (1) These insults break race hatred laws in most European countries, but nobody will be prosecuted for them. “Who, whom.”
    (2) It would not surprise me at all if the people who deliver such insults also complain loudly about insults delivered to minorities. Again, it’s “who, whom.”
    (3) It will get worse as whites become minorities in their own countries.

    [MORE]

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  115. A gift for our readers in Patagonia, the veldt, the Outback, and Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwhenuakitanatahu*, and McMurdo Station:

    *That’s the short version. The longer one is NSFW. Filthy Polynesians.

  116. anon[210] • Disclaimer says:
    @Flip

    There’s a fair amount of African DNA in the Mexican gene pool.

    Probably about 5% to 10% max, and that’s concentrated in the lower mestizo class. That class also has about 40% Indian, usually mdDNA.

    The Mexican revolution of the 1820’s ended chattel slavery, there weren’t that many Africans outside of a narrow range along the Vera Cruz coast area. They interbred with other Mexicans and largely vanished.

    • Replies: @Hail
  117. anon[210] • Disclaimer says:
    @XYZ (no Mr.)

    In fact, most Hispanics I’ve met in the US who actually identify as Spanish are not Spanish at all, or Spanish speaking, or even really white for that matter, but are thoroughly assimilated Americans who say ‘Spanish’ for ancestry like other Americans say ‘German’ or ‘Italian’.

    It also makes marrying a heritage American white much easier, and like it or not a lot of our brown brothers & sisters really want a child paler than their parents.

  118. As bold as the Mexicans have become about challenging
    our sovereignty, I’ll be astonished if future summits of this
    type don’t take place in Austin or Sacramento.

  119. I’m sure the Spaniards and Portuguese are thrilled to be lumped in with the ‘Cosmic Race.’

  120. huisache says:
    @South Texas Guy

    also live in South Texas and pose a question: when was the last time you talked to an arrival from Mexico who thought the USA is a bad place full of racist whites and who wanted to go home?

    I run across one every year or two but most are real happy to be here and have no desire to go back to Mexico except to see relatives and perhaps bring more with them.

    And none have any desire to replace our cruddy government with their criminal organization of a government.

    Their kids like the Cowboys and join the Marines when they get out of high school.

    I got no problema with Mexicans, particularly the Mexicanas.

  121. @James N. Kennett

    Blonde hair, blue eyes and plaits are helpful but not essential.

    Boys don’t have “blonde” hair. Nobody has “blonde” hair… not in English. Nor in French. Nor in German.

    They might in Scandinavian, but only after a definite article or possessive:

    Blond hår
    Det blonde hår
    Dit blonde hår
    Viggos blonde hår

    Sixty years ago, simple spelling didn’t phase Americans. Then we all went dyslexic dyslectic.

    I’m gonna lay lie down and go back to sleep…

    • Replies: @Alden
  122. Not so off topic:

    Trump meets with President Modi in a stadium of 50 thousand Hindus….As some of you know…Modi is the leader of India’s xenophobic Fascist Party…..Trump promised the 50 thousand Hindus in attendance a massive increase in the H1B…L-1 B Visa Program+an overall increase in HINDU-SIHK LEGAL IMMIGRANTS……Trump’s Department of Homeland Security designates Trump’s Working Class Native White American Male Voting Bloc a Terrorist Threat….

    The Hindu “American” Rally in Houston was a Hindu Race Rally….you know that…right?

  123. El Dato says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    Phalangist death squads are pretty fun; they keep body parts in glassware I hear.

  124. El Dato says:
    @Cloudbuster

    The commenters on Instapundit go full retard in defense of Ivanka.

    The Internet was a mistake.

  125. Anonymous[254] • Disclaimer says:
    @Senor Moose

    Spain did not apologize; indeed, Santiago Abascal, leader of the Vox Party, said that Mexico should be grateful to Spain for bringing civilization and ending barbarism.

    Should Europe and America go on the offensive in similar fashion when condemned for their expansion and/or for slavery?

  126. Anonymous[254] • Disclaimer says:
    @Skyler_the_Weird

    When Spain, Mexico and Argentina ended African Slavery they simply let the former slaves starve to death.

    Do you have a citation? Thank you.

    • Replies: @Alden
  127. JohnnyD says:

    I’m pretty sure people living in California have dealt with more brown Mexicans than this guy…

  128. @The Alarmist

    Meh tactics from the black helicopter crew. Two or three guys who place mid tier at their local 2gun and a willingness to cede ground to pick off the squad by onesies and twosies would eat em up.

  129. @Steve Sailer

    Why? Sinaloa produces all the beauty queens with cartel ties. Chapo married one.

  130. @XYZ (no Mr.)

    Contrary to relentless propaganda, not everyone on earth is an American, and Americans are indeed a distinct people and culture, of course with strong English roots, but distinct. So I claim American is not only a nationality but an ethnicity,

    I’d reference Samuel Huntington, for making this claim the best, in his book, “Who Are We?”: That Americans were a distinct ethnic group, the founding fathers and the founding generation saw themselves that way, and subsequent generations saw themselves as a distinct ethnic group generally until the 20th century.

    A few choice quotes:

    The principal theme of this book is the continuing centrality of Anglo-Protestant culture to American national identity.

    Americans have, in contrast [to geography], felt passionate about race and ethnicity. For much of its history the United States, as Arthur Schlesinger Jr says “has been a racist union.” Historically white Americans have sharply distinguished themselves from Indians, blacks, Asians, and Mexicans and excluded them from the American community. American relations with these other races are symbolized in one defining event early in American history.

    On the other hand, the desirability of maintaining the racial purity of an Anglo-American society was an important argument of those opposed to the annexation of Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, and the Philippines.

  131. @Lugash

    My understanding is that she’s being pushed by a conglomerate that stands to benefit massively from any GND style legislation.

    • Replies: @Alden
  132. @Louis Renault

    The Galápagos Islands are officially the Columbus Islands.

    Chris didn’t come anywhere near them, or the body of water in which they lie. The Humboldt Current which surrounds them are far more appropriately named.

  133. @Ano

    It’s like 1588, 1848, 1898 were only yesterday – these guys like to hold a grudge.

  134. There’s a patronage relationship involved, much like poor blacks/rich whites in the southeast pre Jim Crow. I imagine that in the face of any post US political structure, the southwest will turn to feudalism. It’s a very small step to turn the ranchers into Jefes or Dons, and someone has to keep the infrastructure working, fight the cartels, and provide some sort of order.

    It wont be Woke Indigenous Studies Doctorate, product of a bloated and corpulent society, who will be doing that.

  135. @bigdicknick

    How about “!” & inverted “!” (Can’t find it on my keyboard) – remember !Jeb! ? Me neither!

  136. @Ano

    Well they are Hispanic, in the proper usage of the word.

  137. @jim jones

    NZ was colonized by British people … Might explain the difference.

  138. Classic slight of hand diversionary tactics of the illusionist and grifter. While we divert everyone’s attention, hopefully no one will notice the informal caste system, with Spanish Euro DNA ruling the roost.

  139. Anonymous[876] • Disclaimer says:
    @England patriot

    Few white Americans are of unmixed English ancestry. Many have little or no such ancestry. The fact that they speak English is irrelevant.

    • Replies: @Logan
  140. Anonymous[395] • Disclaimer says:
    @Massimo Heitor

    No, we don’t mean the People of Pizza but people who followed Pizzaro.

    Pizzarians are okay in our book. But Pizzaroans must go. Bring back Inca and Aztec human sacrifice. Where is that Guillermo Del Toro?

  141. @Altai

    A large number of Spanish (white) Mexicans are people who immigrated in the 1930’s and 40’s after Franco won the civil war. It seems that Mexico was the place to bolt to. Trotsky was a fellow traveler and fit right in, that is until another Spaniard put an ice ax into his head.

  142. Olorin says:
    @Hail

    We have to define our response, defend our culture, language, civilization, our existence

    Thirteen Words is A-OK.

    Just subtract 1 and you’re good to go!

    1487, compadres del reconquista!

    Wait one. That was the year of the first Reinheitsgebot. Damn Germans, in the middle of everything.

    • LOL: Hail
  143. Bacsi says:

    Didn’t the president of Mexico fairly recently demand an apology from the King of Spain?

    Oh yes, he did:
    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-47701876

    It’s interesting that Texas is included which is an Anglo state, or at least historically as the raison d’etre for its hard fought existence and independence.

    So, someday when Brexit happens, what if the Anglosphere united in a much more kith and kin oriented approach to laissez faire and decides that Mexico has just been a drain and a demoralizing bully? The consequences being that there will be no more “free trade agreement” and the exodus of their people will be returned.

    Will they really go cry out to Spain and Portugal? Would they even care?

    Well, I guess I can dream…

  144. @Cloudbuster

    I read Instapundit for probably 12 years, and finally left about 2 years ago. Glenn Reynolds started letting any and every libertarian minded war mongering neocon link articles on his feed, and it just got ridiculous. Reynolds himself is a blank slating law professor, thought putting Harriet Tubman on the 10 dollar bill was a victory for conservatives, thought Nelson Mandela was a hero, and threw the word antisemitism out at every opportunity.

    The PJ Media staff are all lock-step Jew worshipers, and the writer known as Spengler is a Jewish Supremacist. These are the guys Zblog is referring to when he refers to CINO’s falling over each other to get a photo with the one black guy at CPAC.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  145. Anonymous[254] • Disclaimer says:
    @huisache

    Their kids like the Cowboys and join the Marines when they get out of high school.

    I got no problema with Mexicans, particularly the Mexicanas.

    Sure, but if you let them migrate into your civilIzation/country, then your culture will go away and your people will go extinct.

  146. Alden says:
    @Franz

    There are many Spanish, made in Spain written directed filmed and acted by Spaniards TV shows and movies on Netflix Prime etc

    I suggest Grand Hotel, Love in the Time of War and Cable Girls as a start. Beautiful Nordic gothic looking Spanish actors, especially stars of Grande Hotel.

    • Replies: @Franz
  147. Alden says:
    @El Dato

    At least she destroyed the stereotype that all Swedish women and girls are pretty. Doesn’t she wear Nazi style braids sometimes?

    Has anyone but the media paid attention to her and her sponsors?

    • Replies: @El Dato
  148. Alden says:
    @Jack Henson

    I think it’s more discovered, she and her parents recruited, and trained to be the spokes teen for climate change. Same procedure as creating a teen singer. Or marketing a new brand of shaving cream or nail polish.

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @anon
  149. Logan says:
    @England patriot

    Don’t know about today, but 30 years ago I lived for several years in northern NM.

    The local Conquistador-Americans, descended from people who’d lived in the northern mountains since before the Pilgrims landed, called themselves Spanish to differentiate themselves from the more recent mestizo arrivals down in Albuquerque and so forth.

    They were very proud of their pure Spanish ancestry and despised those they called Mexicans. They all spoke perfect English and, so far as I could tell, Spanish. Would switch from one language to the other mid-sentence without dropping a word.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @AP
  150. Logan says:
    @Anonymous


    Few white Americans are of unmixed English ancestry.

    In the South I suspect it’s quite common. At least from those who go way back in the region.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @bonnyblue
  151. Anon[268] • Disclaimer says:

    The guy has a Philippe Rushton vibe:

  152. anon[256] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alden

    Or marketing a new brand of shaving cream or nail polish.

    Yep. Here’s the guy who really laid it all out 100 years ago.

  153. @miss marple

    Let’s go party with Andrew Anglin in Cambodia. My plan, anyway.

  154. Glaivester says: • Website

    By the way, did anyone know that there are proposed changes to H-2A visas that would make it easier to displace Americans with foreign workers?

    I posted about it. It’s really a bad move by the administration and goes against what he campaigned on.

    • LOL: Charon
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @AP
  155. @El Dato

    I’m sorry but it’s not a strike or a walkout if it’s entirely sanctioned by the school and the local administration – it’s just another day off.

    Just ask me as if I taught 6th grade math:

    “Hey Lance, on Friday, would you rather:

    A: spend another soul-crushing day trying to teach the quadratic equation to entitled, ignorant, self-absorbed, drug-addled, tech-distracted munchkins, or,

    B: stay at home in peace and quiet with a bottle of wine while we let them run amok thinking they’re saving the world while they’re really just further stoking the fire under their oversized egos?”

    Me: “Can we do B every Friday?”

    • Agree: bomag
    • Replies: @El Dato
  156. bomag says:
    @huisache

    I run across one every year or two but most are real happy to be here…

    Letting people into your country because it makes them happy is one of those bad things we should not do.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  157. J1234 says:

    Mexican Foreign Minister Swears by the Blue Blood of His Conquistador Ancestors That He Shall Crush White Supremacy in U.S.

    Yeah, and that’ll go about as well as crushing the drug cartels, which Mexico has been wildly successful at.

  158. Charon says:
    @AnotherDad

    It’s an opportunity to score Wokemon points, which are now negotiable in nearly all “western” countries. I hate white people! Don’t you?

  159. @Steve Sailer

    I guess I really shouldn’t blame people for looking at me funny here outside the coffee shop. I didn’t know I was talking out loud, when I said “Man, I’d like to get me some of that Chihuahua!”

    As you say, you’d better watch it. You marry one of these ladies, and pretty soon you’re gonna have to be careful what you blog about … hopefully, she can’t Reed.

  160. Anonymous[408] • Disclaimer says:
    @MikeatMikedotMike

    I read Instapundit for probably 12 years, and finally left about 2 years ago. Glenn Reynolds started letting any and every libertarian minded war mongering neocon link articles on his feed, and it just got ridiculous.

    Wasn’t Reynolds already a warmongering neocon when he was blogging back in the early 00s?

    • Replies: @MikeatMikedotMike
  161. Anonymous[408] • Disclaimer says:
    @Logan

    They were very proud of their pure Spanish ancestry and despised those they called Mexicans.

    Aren’t most of them of Sephardi Jewish descent?

  162. Alden says:

    On TV the commander of the state police of Quintana Roo Mexico was kidnapped and be headed in Cancun Sunday by some gangsters.

    • Replies: @KenH
  163. Anonymous[408] • Disclaimer says:
    @Glaivester

    By the way, did anyone know that there are proposed changes to H-2A visas that would make it easier to displace Americans with foreign workers?

    I posted about it. It’s really a bad move by the administration and goes against what he campaigned on.

    Why did Charon give this an “LOL”?

  164. Anonymous[408] • Disclaimer says:
    @bomag

    Letting people into your country because it makes them happy is one of those bad things we should not do.

    This.

  165. Alden says:
    @Logan

    You’re right about the south east. Probably British including Scots and Irish rather than just English.

  166. Alden says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    It’s blonde for women, blond for men in French.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  167. Dtbb says:

    Anybody seen the Iranian foreign minister? Looks kinda familiar.

  168. Alden says:
    @Anonymous

    The Spanish crown banned slavery in all its colonies in 1496 or 1498. The law was mostly observed on the American continent. Not so much in the Caribbean colonies.

    Because the American immigrants the government recruited to settle in Texas brought in the Black Plague; the Mexican government passed an anti slavery anti free black settler law in 1827. The American Texans led the1836 revolt against Mexico because of that law as it interfered with their property.

    Shoulda obeyed that Mexican law and sent the Black Plague all back to the USA. They really do get fruitful and multiply don’t they

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @anon
  169. AP says:
    @Logan

    Genetics shows that they are actually about 20% Indian. Which is a lot less than the Mestizos whom they don’t like, but still their idea of being pure is a myth. The fact that they have preserved a 16th century Spanish dialect is something that deserves a lot of respect. The influx of Mexicans threatens to dilute their interesting culture.

    • Replies: @Logan
  170. AP says:
    @Glaivester

    Trump is wants to replace family visas (that bring in uneducated people who compete for blue collar or labor jobs) with Canadian-style visas that affect white collar jobs. Total number of immigrants won’t be increased, per his plan. He is helping his base at the expense of educated liberals. The tech industry is one of the most liberal-voting sectors of the economy. The approach seems to be – let them feel the effects of diversity and immigration with a flood of Indian programmers.

    Here are job types by support for Trump or Clinton:

    https://www.citylab.com/life/2018/11/state-voting-patterns-occupational-class-data-politics/575047/

    Computer and math third most pro-Clinton category out of 23 job categories.

  171. @huisache

    when was the last time you talked to an arrival from Mexico who thought the USA is a bad place full of racist whites and who wanted to go home?

    To the best of my knowledge, it’s never happened. Middle and upper class Mexicans, lets put the dividing line at familiies that can afford stay on South Padre for La Semana Santa and up, love to visit but have no desire to leave Mexico. Like Steve always says, life there if you have money if pretty good.

    I think the sweet spot for anti Americanism from Mexican Americans is third to fourth generation. Immigrants are happy as clams to be here (speaking of Latinos only, most other nationalities would be more than happy to stab America in the back), the second generation picked up the goodwill from their parents, but just as the Greatest Generation gave birth to the most narcissistic, the third and fourth can only bitch that things aren’t good enough.

    It’d be very interesting to see a breakdown of voting by generation. I believe almost 1/3 of all Texas Mex-Am’s vote Republican. But what is it for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc., and what is it by decade?

  172. @England patriot

    Why the difference, is it simply that blacks are more savage and tribal by nature and impossible for whites to form a sense of shared identity with, or did the Spanish/Southern European colonialists go about their dealings with the non-white population in a different way that has resulted in better relations with them today?

    The former is closer to the correct answer. Screwing your fellow countrymen over has been the norm in Latin America ever since Cortes and

    • Replies: @South Texas Guy
  173. @South Texas Guy

    *Oops! Accidentally deleted some.

    …Pizzaro landed on their respective continents. No one in Latin America (I’m guessing, but not about Mexico, I know that one) is unaware they live in a highly-stratified, class-conscious, dog-eat-dog society. Apparently, the centuries from the Sixteenth onward have taught the lower classses to have gotten used to it.

  174. Anonymous[313] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alden

    Because the American immigrants the government recruited to settle in Texas brought in the Black Plague; the Mexican government passed an anti slavery anti free black settler law in 1827.

    Why did it ban free blacks?

    • Replies: @Alden
  175. Franz says:
    @Senor Moose

    Mexico should be grateful to Spain for bringing civilization and ending barbarism.

    History says so: All the locals joined the Spaniards to get rid of the ruling Aztec elite and their gruesome practices.

    No Cortes statue in Mexico City always struck me as amazing. The man was a liberator!

    • Replies: @Senor Moose
  176. Franz says:
    @Alden

    There are many Spanish, made in Spain written directed filmed and acted by Spaniards TV shows and movies on Netflix Prime etc

    I’ve seen quite a few. I mentioned the Roman movie because… I just loved the way Rome was shown as so clean, orderly, and European. Great stuff in a so-so movie.

  177. KenH says:
    @Hail

    Can we get that, too, Señor Velasco? Thx.

    No, when whites do it it’s………..white supremacy and xenophobia.

    • Replies: @Hail
  178. KenH says:
    @Alden

    Please tell Fredrico Reedriguez as he seems to think mestizos are equal and interchangeable with whites.

  179. @Anonymous

    At the time it didn’t seem so. Perhaps it was me who evolved.

  180. El Dato says:
    @Alden

    The french ministre de l’Environnement did:

    Stop creating a generation of depressed, French minister urges Greta Thunberg

    On Monday, Greta Thunberg and 15 other child activists filed a complaint with the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child to protest government inaction on the climate crisis.

    Back to subsistence farming for you! No more frozen chicken from the supermarket.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  181. @Franz

    Por lo contrario: https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/take-down-statues-of-columbus-cortes/

    I can’t say what will happen to these statues (there’s also a whole neighborhood named after Cortes). But I will say this about the difference between historical revisioning in the US versus Mexico:

    Every Mexican I know thought that AMLO’s request for an apology from Spain was a bit of hokey, obvious demagoguery—a way of trying to distract people from his failures on a domestic level. I don’t think there are many Mexicans walking around with a seething resentment towards Cortes and Spaniards. After all, they are mostly descended from them, and the “culture” that Ebrard apparently wants to protect largely comes from them. So that sort of stuff has little impact on domestic political life.

    Historical revisioning in the US—such as by the New York Times “1619 Project”—is rather different. One of the effects of twitter has been to show us that there are a good number of people in the US walking around every day with a seething resentment and hatred of white people. All of the various concepts the media is pushing—“white privilege,” the attempt to reimagine the US as at its roots a slaving empire—allow them to justify every personal conflict they have as part of some sort of huge, systematic, historical narrative. So it strikes me as far more dangerous to social stability.

    • Replies: @Franz
  182. @Louis Renault

    In its infinite wisdom, the State of California stopped observing Columbus Day. Instead, they have a day off from government schools and government “jobs” in April in honor of Cesar Chavez (the waddling mestizo dimwits and sanctimonious lefty “whites” in this State not knowing, apparently, what he said about illegal immigration).

  183. @anon

    Eyyy, paisan, I’m half Italian and you’re good enough to come over and knock back some quality Italian vino with us anytime. We will tease you for being part French, though.

  184. @El Dato

    Kids who walk out of class to agitate when they should be studying, on our tax dollars, should be suspended immediately.

  185. @Alden

    It’s blonde for women, blond for men in French.

    We’re not talking about women or men, but hair. Cheveux is masculine and plural, so the French would be blonds.

    • Replies: @Alden
  186. @YetAnotherAnon

    …and luckily for him he had the presence of mind to say: ‘To take fluids orally’.

    I hope this is not an Alan Turing reference.

  187. @El Dato

    Has anyone but the media paid attention to her and her sponsors?

    The french ministre de l’Environnement did:

    Stop creating a generation of depressed, French minister urges Greta Thunberg

  188. Hail says: • Website
    @KenH

    Google hits for ‘mestizo supremacy”: Few to none.

    I guess it doesn’t exist. So they’re safe to make claims of a racial and civilizational nature.

    • Replies: @KenH
  189. Hail says: • Website
    @Senor Moose

    like Israel hosting a conference on combatting ethnonationalism.

    Above is Yarom Hazony, July 2019, at his conference in which he and a cabal of other Israelis deigned to lecture Americans on their own nationalism. (Banned were actual Christian nationalists.) The conference’s slogan was, effectively, Combatting Ethnonationalism is the Real Nationalism.

  190. bonnyblue says: • Website
    @Logan

    You’re right about the people in the South having more English or British ancestry. Before the demographics of that area started to change so much, it was more homogeneous than much of the North, which has more of the ‘metlting pot’ character.

    There’s data showing that the state with highest concentration of English-descendant Americans was Utah. I think one of the New England states, possibly Vermont, also had a fair percentage of English-descended Americans. But the South overall has more of a concentration of English descendants, but many tend to identify just as Americans or Southerners.

    Don’t count us out yet.

    • Replies: @Alden
  191. @the one they call Desanex

    Steve, could you explain, once and for all, why some comments get delayed for hours and hours and hours? Just explain once, then nobody will ever have to ask again. Some of you lucky teacher’s pets whose comments get through right away: if you believe in fairness and good manners, how about backing me up on this?

  192. El Dato says:
    @Laurence Whelk

    This is depressing and I am depressed.

  193. KenH says:
    @Hail

    Google hits for ‘mestizo supremacy”: Few to none.

    Just like if you type “left wing terrorism” all the hits are for right wing terrorism. Or if you type black on white rape about 66-75% of the hits are from leftist and pro-black sources trying to debunk the claim.

    Gotta love that new ADL approved algorithm.

  194. J.Ross says:

    Mexico is a nore advanced country than the US because it had a brown-skinned head of state in the mid-nineteenth century! Don’t worry about, like, how he actually governed or anything.

  195. Corvinus says:
    @Zhrou

    I doubt you work there. Now, even on the off chance that you do, are you not obligated to protect whiteness, even if it means potentially losing your job? To me, it would appear you are simply rolling over and taking it good and hard.

  196. Steve, could you explain, once and for all, why some comments get delayed for hours and hours and hours? Just explain once, then nobody will ever have to ask again.

    Steve uses the I Ching to guide his decisions in regard to moderation of comments. Philip K. Dick said he used I Ching to guide the plot of “The Man in the High Castle”. You probably don’t relate, it’s a California thing.

  197. Hail says: • Website
    @anon

    There’s a fair amount of African DNA in the Mexican gene pool.

    Probably about 5% to 10% max, and that’s concentrated in the lower mestizo class. That class also has about 40% Indian, usually mdDNA.

    A 2016 analysis of hundreds of Mexican 23andMe results found 1% Subsaharan paternal lines (Y-lines) and 5% Subsaharan maternal lines.

    In terms of overall ancestral stock, very few of the tested individuals had over 6% Subsaharan. (As Steve Sailer was writing already back in the ’90s, Mexico once had plenty of Blacks, but they melted into the population, something US Blacks never did.)

    There was also a significant “Unassigned” element (3.7%) in the sample. If this can be presumed to be able to be divided half and half between Amerind and Subsaharan stock, the likely true autosomal Subsaharan level would be 4.5% to 5.0%.

    Mexicans (or people with four self-reported Mexican grandparents) taking 23andMe in 2014-2016 may have the obvious sorts of self-selecting SES sampling problems, but one thing this does tell us is how diffuse low-level Subsaharan ancestry really is: 90%+ all multi-generational Mexicans have high-confidence Subsaharan ancestry (above a trace level as picked up by 23andMe).

    Corroborating Anon[210]’s statement that Black ancestry is “concentrated in the lower mestizo class,” to find substantial amounts of Subsaharan ancestry in the 2016 23andMe sample you have to go to the most-Amerindian element. It appears that every single individual (something like <5% of this n=839 sample) with at-or-approaching 10% Subsaharan is also <50% European.

    And yet there is also no coherent, say, “50% Amerindian, 10%+ Subsaharan, <40% European" class; it's all just a giant mush of Mestizodom.

    I did a quick analysis of this 23andMe Mexican sample in early 2019 looking for what share of Mexicans have ‘no’ Amerindian ancestry (the answer is in the low single digits, depending on your standard. The same analysis for Subsahran ancestry is possible:

    In 2016, somebody collected a large sample of Mexicans’ full 23andMe results to analyze. The aggregate was:

    – European 59.6%
    – Amerindian/Asian 31.8%
    – Subsaharan 2.8%
    – Middle Eastern 2.1%
    – Unassigned 3.7%

    (Only 11.2% of the y-dna lines in the sample are Amerindian.)

    Yes, there is a possible SES skew effect favoring more-European Mexicans, but I would note how diffuse Amerindian admixture is:

    Almost all Mexicans have significant amounts of Amerindian; only ~8%* of the Mexicans in this sample get <10% Amerindian**, [only ~2% of Mexicans get <5% Amerindian,] and only 0.6% of individuals are 100% European. This means the odds are Jorge Ramos really does have some Amerindian admixture […]

    If you’re looking for it, I guess it’s plausible in Jorge Ramos’ face. He is not a member of the 0.6%. Still too European to be a full-fledged member of the Raza Cosmica, anyway.

    ___________

    [* original comment had “4%” – this referred to 90%+European, not <10% Amerindian specifically;

    [** – original comment had "5% Amerindian"; looking back at the data to reconfirm, this was a typo and should be "10% Amerindian;" the figure for at-or-below 5%-Amerindian is ~2% of Mexicans]

    A similar analysis looking for how diffuse Subsaharan ancestry is in this sample gets:

    ~4% of Mexicans get 0.0% Subsaharan on 23andMe
    – A further 4% of Mexicans get a trace amount (something like the 0.1%, 0.2% level)
    = 8% of Mexicans in this 23andMe sample have negligible-to-no Black ancestry
    – (caveat: Some of both categories may get bumped out if the 3.8% Unassigned were fully assigned)

  198. Franz says:
    @Senor Moose

    Por lo contrario

    I am corrected! An English text on the Conquest, which I read long ago, said there as no statue of Cortes anywhere in Mexico City, but they may have just not checked.

    You are quite correct about the nasty effect of revisionism in the US, not really surprising since it’s been coming on for many years. I am terrified at the way they must judge the standards of the dead by a standard that didn’t exist till the present era.

    A Frenchman told me once he was thinking about erasing the Roman Empire’s effect on his country, after all, wasn’t that part of Gaul just one huge plantation? But then, he reasoned, there would be no French history or language. The revisionists are not thinking as clearly as my French friend.

  199. anon[493] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alden

    … and include key Mexican American political and cultural actors, including Texas, said Velasco.

    Hmmmmmm . . .

    Include “key Mexican political and cultural actors, including Texas …”

    Governor Abbott, those “1,000 people a day moving to Texas” are not “natural conservatives”. Growth is not always a good thing, said the cancer tumor.

    Now, ask Ted Cruz why he barely defeated Robert Francis (Bobby Frank) O’Rourke.

    Ask John Culberson why he lost a “safe” GOP seat (GOP since 1966) in the Houston suburbs where many oil companies have headquarters offices, etc., etc.

    The two things that matter most: stopping immigration; and a path to deportation.

  200. Alden says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Blonde for women blond for men.

    Hair is hair and hair color is hair color, 2 different things

  201. Alden says:
    @Anonymous

    Same reason the North West Territories (present day Illinois Indiana) banned blacks cerca 1790 1800 Oregon banned them too. so did Illinois after it became a state. Some counties and cities did too. Why import priblems

    1. They didn’t want slavery owners to bring them in as free servants and employees and then file law suits to make them slaves as was done in colonial times. The Mexican government assumed that’s what the American immigrants would do.

    2 The Mexican government knew how free blacks behave and didn’t want them. Why import problems?

  202. Alden says:
    @bonnyblue

    In the south it’s not English, but British. They’re Scots and Irish who caught Walter Scott’s disease in the 19th century and began thinking of themselves as descendants of Anglo Saxon Germanic English. Listen to the music of Rally to the Bonnie Blue Flag. It’s just a slow downed Irish jig

  203. Alden says:
    @Ano

    I always laugh at Hispanic Selma Hayek. Czech father, Christian Lebanese Mother. Not a drop of Hispanic dna not even a Spanish last name.

  204. Logan says:
    @AP

    Quite by coincidence, I’m presently reading a book about the history of Spanish colonization in N. America.

    Turns out a large percentage of the original “Spanish” colonists of New Mexico were their Aztec and especially Tlaxcalan allies, Indians from central Mexico.

    Pretty clearly these intermarried and disappeared into the general Spanish population, which is no doubt where the ancestry you describe comes from.

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