FBI: Anti-White Hate Crimes Are The Fastest Growing Racial Hate Crimes In America

The data on anti-white hate crimes may be so flawed as to be useless.

In following the news, there have been quite a few “hate crimes” against white people that were not written up as hate crimes, but rather as robberies gone bad and so forth..

Daily Caller

A new FBI report indicates that hate crimes committed against white Americans are the fastest growing racial hate crimes in the United States.

The FBI report on 2016 Hate Crime Statistics shows that in 2016, there were 876 reported anti-white hate crime offenses in the United States. In 2015, this number was 734, indicating a 19.34 percent increase.

There were more racial hate crime offenses altogether in 2016 compared to 2015.

There were 4,029 single-bias incidents that targeted “Race/Ethnicity/Ancestry” in 2015, compared to 4,229 in 2016.

Anti-Hispanic or Latino hate crimes also increased in 2016. In 2015, the number of offenses targeting Hispanic/Latino Americans was 379. In 2016, that increased to 449, an increase of 18.46 percent. Anti-Black hate crimes actually declined by three offenses.

Within religious hate crimes, there were also increases. Anti-Jewish hate crimes increased by 20 percent and anti-Islamic hate crimes increased by 26.57 percent. Anti-Catholic hate crimes also slightly increased.

Since Donald Trump’s election win, many mainstream media reports have centered on hate crimes being supposedly inspired by Donald Trump and his supporters. A number of these reports have turned out to be false.

Day After the NYC Muslim Terrorist Attack Laura Loomer is Banned from Uber for Criticizing Muzzie Drivers

We can’t criticize Jews.

We can’t criticize blacks.

We can’t criticize Mexicans.

We can’t criticize Muslims too, even as they are murdering us.

Jewish journalist Laura Loomer has found out that Muslim trumps Jew now.

Business Insider

Ride-hailing service Uber banned a far-right activist who complained about Muslim Uber drivers in the wake of a terrorist attack in New York City that was allegedly committed by a former Uber driver.

Uber told Business Insider in a brief email on Wednesday that Laura Loomer — a former Project Veritas activist with over 100,000 Twitter followers — had been banned for violating the platform’s community guidelines.

Loomer posted a series of tweets complaining about Muslims following Tuesday’s attack in which a former driver, who was Muslim, rammed into a bike lane, killing eight people and injuring 12.

Among those complaints, which sparked outrage online, Loomer lamented that she was late to a press conference because she could not find an Uber driver who she did not believe was Muslim.

“I’m late to the NYPD press conference because I couldn’t find a non Muslim cab or @Uber @lyft driver for over 30 min! This is insanity,” Loomer wrote.

Loomer also retweeted an individual who claimed that they were kicked out of an Uber in September for being Jewish. Uber declined to comment on the alleged incident.

Wednesday was not the first time Uber banned a far-right activist from its platform.

Following the white nationalist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia earlier this year, Uber banned far-right provocateur Tim Gionet, better known as Baked Alaska, after a driver in Washington, DC booted him from her car for allegedly making racially-charged remarks.

Lyft did not respond to Business Insider’s request for comment about whether Loomer was banned from its platform.

This is not the most important news story of the day, but it’s telling that these leftard companies are not only willing to bash white people, but even Jews.

Jews created political correctness. Now it’s coming around to bite them in the butt. Uber is a public utility and should not be allowed to ban people for their political views. Will the electric and water companies pull the plug on Laura too?

At least some of Twitter isn’t happy with the madness of PC:

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Finally, Laura responds to a white-hating RAT who claims that Sayfullo Saipov, the Muslim terrorist, is WHITE:

Alex Jones: Manafort Indicted as Cover for Democrat Russia Crimes as Infowars’ Roger Stone is Suspended by Twitter

Alex claims that Paul Manafort has NOT rolled over on Trump in spite of knowing for at least a month that he’s going to be indicted for bullsh*t crimes that took place prior to hooking up with the Trump campaign.

Mueller is seen by Alex as corrupt, abusing his power to provide cover to the real criminals, which include himself, James Comey, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and God knows who else.

As usual, Alex uses the term “globlists” as a code word for our Jewish friends in high places.

Speaking only for myself, I enjoy Jones’ blunt, passionate speaking style. The first few minutes of this video make the point about what Alex believes about Mueller and the cover up. After that it’s more of his blather. Like I said, I enjoy his blather, but if you don’t the first few minutes offer the key information that Alex shares. His source is Roger Stone, a longtime friend of Donald Trump.

I was going to share some of Roger Stone’s Tweets, but the breaking news that just hit the wire services is that Stone has been suspended from Twitter.

Washington Examiner

Twitter suspended the account of Roger Stone after the informal adviser to President Trump and former aide to President Nixon went off on a profane rant at multiple journalists and pundits Friday.

Stone tweeted profane things at CNN’s Don Lemon and Ana Navarro and the New York Times’ Charles Blow Friday night as they discussed the impending indictments from special counsel Robert Mueller. Mueller is investigating the Russian interference in the 2016 election and any possible collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin.

Stone has been an ardent Trump defender and ripped the media personalities for discussing the reports of indictments.

Among the terms Stone used were homophobic slurs.

Politico reports that Stone mocked CNN’s Negro faggot newsreader as “dumber than dogsh*t.”

Awesome Bannon Blasts Bush, Calls for Republican Revolt

The day after globalist stooge George W. Bush blasted Trump along comes Steve Bannon in a rousing denunciation of Bush and establishment Republicans.

The Guardian

Steve Bannon has depicted former President George W Bush as bumbling and inept, faulting him for presiding over a “destructive” presidency during his time in the White House.

The former White House adviser delivered a retort to a speech Bush gave in New York during the week in which the 43rd president denounced bigotry in Trump-era American politics and warned that the rise of “nativism”, isolationism and conspiracy theories have clouded the nation’s true identity.

Bannon, speaking to a capacity crowd at a California Republican party convention on Friday night, said Bush had embarrassed himself, didn’t know what he was talking about, and had no idea whether “he is coming or going, just like it was when he was president”.

“There has not been a more destructive presidency than George Bush’s,” Bannon added, as boos could be heard in the crowd at the mention of Bush’s name.

The remarks came during a speech thick with attacks on the Washington status quo, echoing his call for an “open revolt” against establishment Republicans. He called the “permanent political class” one of the great dangers faced by the country.

A small group of protesters gathered outside the hotel where Bannon spoke, chanting and waving signs — one displaying a Nazi swastika. The protesters were kept behind steel barricades on a plaza across an entrance road at the hotel, largely out of view of people entering for the event. No arrests were reported.

Bannon also took aim at the Silicon Valley and its “lords of technology”, predicting that tech leaders and progressives in the state would try to secede from the union in 10 to 15 years. He called the threat to break up the nation a “living problem”.

He also tried to cheer long-suffering California Republicans, in a state that Trump lost by over 4 million votes and where Republicans have become largely irrelevant in state politics. In Orange county, where the convention was held, several Republican House members are trying to hold on to their seats in districts carried by Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential contest.

“You’ve got everything you need to win,” he told them. The speech ended to a standing ovation.

Bannon is promoting a field of primary challengers to take on incumbent Republicans in Congress. But in California the GOP has been fading for years.

The state has become a kind of Republican mausoleum: GOP supporters can relive the glory days by visiting the stately presidential libraries of Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon, but today Democrats control every statewide office and rule both chambers of the Legislature by commanding margins.

Not all Republicans were glad to see Bannon. In a series of tweets last week the former state assembly Republican leader Chad Mayes said he was shocked by the decision to have the conservative firebrand headline the event.

“It’s a huge step backward and demonstrates that the party remains tone deaf,” Mayes tweeted.

California Republicans have bickered for years over what direction to turn – towards the political center or to the right.

Bannon also argued that the coalition that sent Trump to the White House, including conservatives, libertarians, populists, economic nationalists, evangelicals, could hold power for decades if they stay unified.

“If you have the wisdom, the strength, the tenacity, to hold that coalition together, we will govern for 50 to 75 years,” he said.

Most of the state’s governors in the 20th century were Republicans and state voters helped elevate a string of GOP presidential candidates to the White House. But the party’s fortunes started to erode in the late 1990s after a series of measures targeting immigrants, which alienated growing segments of the state’s population.

In 2007, then-governor Arnold Schwarzenegger warned party members that the GOP was “dying at the box office” and needed to move to the political center and embrace issues like climate change to appeal to a broader range of voters. In 2011 a state Republican party committee blocked an attempt by moderates to push the state GOP platform toward the center on immigration, abortion, guns and gay rights.

The decline continued. Republicans are now a minor party in many California congressional districts, outnumbered by Democrats and independents. Statewide, Democrats count 3.7 million more voters than the GOP.

Political scientist Jack Pitney, who teaches at Claremont McKenna College, said he doubted the speech would color the 2018 congressional contests, which remain far off for most voters.

More broadly, he said Bannon’s politics would hurt the GOP, including among affluent, well-educated voters who play an important part in county elections.

“Inviting him was a moral and political blunder,” Pitney said.

Unsaid by Bannon is the fact that the Republican coalition is overwhelmingly white because only whites in large numbers reject big government and open borders. Republicans had better remember that without white people, they would not exist.

Pat Buchanan Asks: “Is Liberalism A Dying Faith?”

Pat’s “America’s elites” are the people he won’t name.

I will.

Jews.

Name the Jew, Pat. You’re 78. The worst that can happen is that they suicide you.

The cuckservatives want to play ball with the Jews. If your choice, America, is the Jews or the “Nazis,” who will it be?

Zerohedge

Authored by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org, [4]

Asked to name the defining attributes of the America we wish to become, many liberals would answer that we must realize our manifest destiny since 1776, by becoming more equal, more diverse and more democratic – and the model for mankind’s future.

Equality, diversity, democracy – this is the holy trinity of the post-Christian secular state at whose altars Liberal Man worships.

But the congregation worshiping these gods is shrinking.

And even Europe seems to be rejecting what America has on offer.

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George W. Bush Defends Globalist Agenda, Attacks Trump for Bigotry, Denounces Conspiracy Theories

It was a big day for Georgie Boy. He put on his big boy pants and gave a speech.

Yawn.

He’s dead to me now.

BBC

Nowhere in George W Bush’s 2,000-word speech does he mention the name Donald Trump. It was crystal clear, however, that the 43rd US president took dead aim on the 45th president from a podium at the Lincoln Center in New York City on Thursday.

Ex-presidents traditionally shy away from the political stage. It was long considered in poor taste for a former occupant of the Oval Office to criticise one of his successors.

Then again, these are days when seemingly set-in-stone norms and standards of behaviour have fallen by the wayside.

Mr Trump’s victory in the Republican presidential primaries was in some measure a repudiation of Mr Bush’s presidency and his vision for the Republican Party – and not just because the New Yorker belittled and subsequently bested Mr Bush’s brother, Jeb Bush.

Mr Trump frequently criticised Mr Bush’s decision to invade Iraq. He bashed the Texan’s efforts to broaden the Republican Party’s appeal to Hispanic voters by pushing for comprehensive immigration reform. He denounced free trade deals, including Nafta – signed by Mr Bush’s father, George HW Bush.

Now Mr Bush is offering his rebuke. When asked after his speech if his message would reach the White House, he smiled and replied, “I think it will”.

Here are just a few of the choicest lines that might be flying toward 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue – and what they could mean.

Since World War II, America has encouraged and benefited from the global advance of free markets, from the strength of democratic alliances, and from the advance of free societies.

Mr Bush offers the classic defence of an internationalist foreign policy – that engagement and advancement of free markets and free societies is in the US’s best long-term interests.

Compare that to Mr Trump’s contention that the US has been taken advantage of by other nations – both through trade and in defence arrangements. He has expressed general distrust of multilateral engagement and views the global arena as a largely a zero-sum contest between competing national interests, where the US must put “America first”.

Our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication.

Mr Trump rose to national prominence by becoming a high-profile advocate of a particularly insidious conspiracy theory – that Barack Obama was not born in the US and, consequently, was ineligible to be president.

We’ve seen nationalism distorted into nativism – forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought to America.

Mr Trump not only has pushed for a crackdown on undocumented immigration, he’s proposed drastic cuts in refugee resettlement programmes and backed a bill in Congress that would cut in half the number of permanent residency “green cards” issued each year.

According to our intelligence services, the Russian government has made a project of turning Americans against each other.

Mr Trump, and his supporters, have consistently expressed scepticism about the conclusion by US government officials that Russian agents and hackers attempted to influence the US presidential election through social media, fake new reports and the release of purloined material from Democratic Party sources.

Our identity as a nation – unlike many other nations – is not determined by geography or ethnicity, by soil or blood… Bigotry or white supremacy in any form is blasphemy against the American creed.

“Blood and soil” was one of the phrases white supremacists chanted as they demonstrated in Charlottesville, Virginia, the night before violent clashes with counter-protesters in August. (Another was “Jews will not replace us”).

Bullying and prejudice in our public life sets a national tone, provides permission for cruelty and bigotry, and compromises the moral education of children.

During the primary campaign, Mr Trump called Jeb Bush a hypocrite, weak, low-energy, a lightweight, a failure, a “sad sack” and a “pathetic figure” with “zero communications skills”.

He tweeted that Jeb had to ask his “mommy to take a slap at me” but that “mom can’t help you with ISIS, the Chinese or Putin”.

Go away, George, you and your whole family.

NY Times Jewish Writer: White Nationalism Is Destroying the West

The writer’s name is Sasha Polakow-Suransky. I’ve selected certain passages to bold. Most of the bolding I’ve done highlights lies. A few places are bolded because they’re merely interesting.

New York Times

On July 14, 2016, as French families strolled along Nice’s seafront promenade, a Tunisian man driving a large truck rammed into a crowd, killing 86 people. A month later, the mayor of nearby Cannes declared that “burkinis” — a catchall term for modest swimwear favored by many religious women — would be banned from the city’s beaches; a municipal official called the bathing suits “ostentatious clothing” expressing an “allegiance to terrorist movements that are at war with us.”

One of the law’s first victims was a third-generation Frenchwoman who was ordered by the police to strip off her veil while onlookers shouted, “Go back to your country.” Still, many French politicians and intellectuals rushed to defend the ban. The former president Nicolas Sarkozy called modest swimwear “a provocation”; Alain Finkielkraut, a prominent philosopher, argued that “the burkini is a flag.” But what they presented as a defense of secular liberal values was in fact an attack on them — a law, masquerading as neutral, had explicitly targeted one religious group.

When rapid immigration and terrorist attacks occur simultaneously — and the terrorists belong to the same ethnic or religious group as the new immigrants — the combination of fear and xenophobia can be dangerous and destructive. In much of Europe, fear of jihadists (who pose a genuine security threat) and animosity toward refugees (who generally do not) have been conflated in a way that allows far-right populists to seize on Islamic State attacks as a pretext to shut the doors to desperate refugees, many of whom are themselves fleeing the Islamic State, and to engage in blatant discrimination against Muslim fellow citizens.

But this isn’t happening only in European countries. In recent years, anti-immigration rhetoric and nativist policies have become the new normal in liberal democracies from Europe to the United States. Legitimate debates about immigration policy and preventing extremism have been eclipsed by an obsessive focus on Muslims that paints them as an immutable civilizational enemy that is fundamentally incompatible with Western democratic values.

Yet despite the breathless warnings of impending Islamic conquest sounded by alarmist writers and pandering politicians, the risk of Islamization of the West has been greatly exaggerated. Islamists are not on the verge of seizing power in any advanced Western democracy or even winning significant political influence at the polls.

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