Mestizo Self-Deports Over Fear of ICE Raids

IGNACIO GARCIA-PABLO. CLAIMS TO HAVE SELF-DEPORTED BECAUSE OF TRUMP.

The Trump effect has already been reported widely. Border crossings are down because of the small crackdown on illegals initiated by President Donald Trump.

This tale of a Central American illegal is unverified. It has the ring of truth about it, especially the illegal’s promise made in the last sentence of the story.

OPB.org

Ignacio García-Pablo, 21, came to America five years ago. It took him about a month to travel the more than 3,000 miles from Guatemala to Oregon, he says.

He rode a dangerous cargo train known to locals as La Bestia, or the Beast. Then he traveled by car and hired a coyote to smuggle him across the U.S.-Mexico border.

But he says it was worth it: there’s opportunity in the U.S. — something he doesn’t have at home, where drought, crime and political corruption have made prospering nearly impossible.

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Intersex: Media and Fashion Industry Have Found a New Variety of FREAK to Promote

ODIELE. NOT MAN. NOT WOMAN.

Humans have no control over the bodies they are born with. Odiele has male chromosomes but was raised as a girl because her body converts testosterone to estrogen. It’s a relatively rare condition that today is called intersex.

The media and fashion industry are using intersex Odiele to promote women who strongly resemble men. It fits the long-term New World Order goal of having only one gender, sort of a blend of male and female.

While the alt-right has no quarrel with intersex people, there is a sinister agenda in promoting them in the name of inclusion. No woman or man should aspire to look like Odiele.

Mass androgyny would be a disaster for the human race.

NO SEXUAL ATTRACTION HERE FOR THE TYPICAL MALE.

Condensed from The Guardian

It took a long time for Odiele, now 28, to come out of hiding, but in January she came out publicly in Vogue, and instantly brought into focus the sixth – and least appreciated – letter in the queer acronym, LGBTQI. “For a lot of people, the first time they hear about it is when they talk to me,” Odiele says. “Most people really have no idea.”

“There’s a kind of shame placed on our bodies, like we’re not supposed to talk about it,” she says. “I will never know what it is to be a cis-gender woman, I will never be able to talk about a period or having a child, but I’m not a man either – I’m proud intersex.”


Like Calliope Stephanides in Jeffrey Eugenide’s 2003 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, Middlesex, Odiele was born with internal testes, and no uterus or ovaries. She had one X and one Y chromosome, in keeping with men. “I have XY chromosome insensitivity,” she says. “I was born with internal testicles that produce testosterone, but which my body converts to oestrogen.” She smiles. “It’s crazy, right?”

There’s no one way of being intersex – the term covers around 30 variations of characteristics – but standard procedure has always involved surgery to force the body into one sex or the other, often on the assumption that bigger medical problems will lie in wait down the road. Odiele spent large parts of her childhood in and out of hospitals undergoing treatment, and she knows that time will never come back to her – like the body she was born with, it’s gone. “There are so many complications that come with surgeries, they’re irreversible,” she says. “You have to be on hormone therapy your whole life, and that messes up a lot of things.”

ODIELE WITH HUSBAND.

After coming out, Odiele met an intersex woman from Utah who had avoided surgery – a rarity. “She’s a very strong person, with a lot less trauma than I have,” she says. “But most people I’ve met have had surgery. To normalise the body, they just cut things out.” She considers it a human rights violation, an age-old impulse to correct things that don’t conform to the binary ways in which men seek to shape the world. As with transgender rights, she believes greater visibility will change the way people treat intersex people.

As a child, Odiele could feel the pull of the male chromosomes she was born with, but was unable to articulate why. “It’s weird because I went to psychologists my whole life and even when I had a question, everyone just dismissed it.”

In the Catholic school she attended she was a bundle of hyperactivity, always fidgeting in class – flipping her chair, upsetting her desk. “I couldn’t sit still,” she says. “I was always moving around.” She thinks briefly before adding. “They did love me, though, my teachers. They loved and hated me at the same time.”

Finding out she was intersex was both a relief and a shock. “I always felt like I was the only one like me, that I had this weird thing going on – having to go and see the doctor for my genitals, thinking, ‘What the hell is wrong with me?’”

Being prodded and stared at for so much of her childhood was humiliating and lonely. Now she feels the solidarity of a community, with just a lingering trace of sadness. So many surgeries, so much energy spent on “fixing” her. “There’s nothing wrong with being a little bit different,” she says – the mantra of the age. “I just don’t understand why we need to fix something that’s not broken.”

By coincidence David Duke ran the following Tweet a little while ago. Although the point he makes is about race, and the example is extreme, the point remains that women should strive to be as feminine as possible and men should strive to be as masculine as possible.

March for Science Just Another Leftist Anti-Trump Fiasco

Who could be against science?

Well, lots of sensible people who are told by the (((power elites))) that we must adopt the globalist agenda that includes totally changing our way of life, by giving up our freedoms via voluntary self-enslavement, to be ruled over by nameless faceless bureaucrats who take their orders from those behind the curtain.

The clever left didn’t call Saturday’s demonstrations what they really were, which was support for the usual global warming nonsense.

They want your money and they want power over every aspect of your life. That’s not science. That’s totalitarian Communism under the guise of do-gooderism.

By the way, where the hell was Al Gore? Hiding out because he has less than zero propaganda value these days.

NBC News

It’s not often that bugs get whoops and cheers.

Lovers of science got their day in the rain Saturday as they rallied around their passions, delivering applause for the technology that brought their smart phones to the obvious theme of climate change on Earth Day.

And while the March for Science was on the surface nonpartisan, politics bubbled up again and again.

“Insects don’t see borders and they can climb walls,” Jessica Ware, an evolutionary biologist at Rutgers University, said to applause.

“We must teach our children about evolution. We must teach our children to love insects and arachnids,” Ware said, to howls of approval.

Because it was a march, protest signs abounded, from the funny (“I just came for the pi” and “Without science, it’s just fiction” ) to the sincere (“Science Saves Lives”).

Rain poured on the marchers crowding the Mall but they stood patiently to clap and holler for a procession of speakers giving minute-long soundbites.

Bill Nye, a television science entertainer and educator, noted that “science and the useful arts” are embedded in the Constitution.

“Yet today we have active politicians deliberately ignoring and actively suppressing science. Their information is misguided,” he said.

“Our numbers here today show the world that science is for all.”

Some March for Science speakers invoked patriotism and love of country as their motivation. “I am a patriot. I fight for spacious skies. I fight for amber waves of grain,” said photographer James Balog, founder of the Extreme Ice Survey and Earth Vision Institute.

“America has had 45 presidents but it has never before had a president who is completely indifferent to the truth,” said Denis Hayes, president of The Bullitt Foundation and a coordinator of the first Earth Day in 1970.

Trump has been largely silent about climate change since he took office but has called it a hoax in the past. He has also proposed sweeping budget cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency.

Indifferent to the truth? Bill Clinton, the Bushes, Obama–these bullshitters promoted big government at the expense of gigantic wealth transfers from the working population to the elites.

The fools out marching on Saturday are fools. They are the kind of people who will be the first to be exterminated under future Stalinist purges. Lenin, I believe it was, called them “useful idiots.”

Organizers of the march said they are concerned about Trump’s proposed budget cuts to health and science, and his appointment of Cabinet officials who appear to question scientific consensus about climate, weather and international agreements to reduce greenhouse emissions.

“We are at a dangerous moment in our nation’s history when science and scientists are under attack, when the very words ‘climate change’ are being censored,” artist and environmentalist Maya Lin told the crowd.

“If you want America to succeed, Donald Trump, you can’t lead with your brain tied behind your back,” said Shawn Otto, author of “The War on Science.” “Climate change is real; vaccines don’t cause autism.”

World War Globalism | Styxhexenhammer666 and Stefan Molyneux (Video)

Toward the last 20 minutes of almost an hour and a half of analysis of the failures of globalism, Styx rates President Trump a 6 out of 10 so far, which he thinks is great. In fact, he refers to Trump as another Ronald Reagan, which is a compliment.

I had this video playing in the background as I went about doing other research. It’s far more valuable than anything you’ll get out of Fox News, CNN, etc.

Check the tags below. I tried to include all the topics discussed.

From the youtube information box:

What is the state of the ongoing battle between nationalism and globalism? Styxhexenhammer666 joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the battle against globalism, the nature of government, opposition to Kim Jong-un, the possibility of regime change in North Korea, the death of the legacy media, the diminishment of the political center, President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office and the possibility of World War III.

I’m becoming a Styx admirer.

Swedish PM Says Country Will Now Opt Out of Mass Immigration

SWEDISH PRIME MINISTER STEFAN LOFVEN.

Empty words from politicians–who needs them?

The immigration crisis in the West will not end until the West rejects the egalitarian narrative. We are not equal. Our cultures are not equal. Our values are not equal. Equality is a myth.

We must embrace our own racial and cultural superiority. Through pride in our peoples, we will survive and dominate the world.

Until that happy day, politicians can nibble around the edges of the problem as Sweden’s Prime Minister has done, but nothing of consequence will occur.

Excerpt from the Daily Mail

The Prime Minister of Sweden has vowed his country will ‘never go back’ to recent levels of mass immigration after it emerged the terrorist who killed four people in a truck attack was a failed asylum seeker.

Stefan Löfven pledged to change his country’s liberal attitude, insisting the massive influx allowed during the 2015 migrant crisis would never happen again.

Rakhmat Akilov, from Uzbekistan, hijacked the lorry and deliberately drove into pedestrians on central Stockholm’s main shopping street on Friday afternoon.

It was a copycat of the attack carried out in London last month, when Khalid Masood killed four pedestrians and injured dozens more with a Hyundai 4×4. Swedish police said there were clear similarities.

Akilov is thought to have carried out reconnaissance along his route days earlier.

Four were killed and 15 injured when he drove a 30-ton truck down a pedestrianised area and smashed into a department store. Chris Bevington, a 41-year-old father-of-two from Britain, was killed close to his office.

But it emerged yesterday Swedish authorities had given Akilov four weeks to leave Sweden after his final asylum appeal failed in December.

He was being sought by police and immigration officials for deportation – but evaded them simply by giving a false address.

‘Sweden will never go back to the [mass migration] we had in autumn 2015, never,’ Mr Löfven said yesterday.

‘Everyone who has been denied a permit should return home.

‘This makes me feel enormously frustrated. If you have been denied a visa you are supposed to leave the country.’

Unless ALL the non-indigenous population of Sweden is forced to return home or enticed to by monetary rewards, nothing much will change. The nonwhites are breeding fast. Their numbers will overwhelm the white population. Not until the muds have remade Sweden into the images of their hellhole homelands will they be satisfied.

Sweden, like much of the West, must rise up and embrace radical solutions to their immigrant problems. Only nationalist parties offer real solutions.

Pulitizer Prizes: Wikileaks Won Nothing

If you feel unappreciated, imagine how Julian Assange feels, locked up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. I conclude that the Pulitzer Prizes operate in service to the (((New World Order.))) Do not give them the respect they do not deserve.

Longreads

The winners of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize were announced today — on the 170th birthday of Joseph Pulitzer — and though there were some surprises, the majority of the honors were bestowed on some of the year’s most talked about pieces of writing. For example, Colson Whitehead won for his ground-breaking work of fiction, The Underground Railroad. And C.J. Chivers of the New York Times snagged a Pulitzer for his heart-breaking portrayal of a soldier grappling with his life stateside in “The Fighter.”

The entire list of the other Pulitzer recipients can be found here, but below is a compendium of some of the celebrated works.

Explanatory Reporting: “The Panama Papers” (Investigative Consortium of Investigative Journalists, McClatchy, and the Miami Herald)

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Public Service: “Investigation of Abuses in the New York Police Department’s Enforcement of the Nuisance Abatement Law” (New York Daily News and ProPublica)

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Breaking News Reporting: “Coverage of the ‘Ghost Ship’ Fire” (East Bay Times, Oakland, CA)

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Feature Writing: “The Fighter” (C.J. Chivers, New York Times Magazine)

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Investigative Reporting: “Coverage of the Opioid Crisis Across West Virginia” (Eric Eyre, Charleston Gazette-Mail)

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National Reporting: “Investigation into Donald Trump’s Claims of Charitable Donations” (David Fahrenthold, Washington Post)

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Local Reporting: “Investigation into How Brigham Young University Treated Sexual Assault Victims” (Salt Lake Tribune)

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Criticism: Hilton Als, The New Yorker

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Breaking News Photography: “Images Published in the New York Times Detailing the Filipino Government’s Assault on Drug Dealers and Users” (Daniel Berehulak, freelance photographer)

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Feature Photography: Tavon Tanner, a Bullet, and What Happened on the Streets of Chicago (E. Jason Wambsgans, Chicago Tribune)

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Fiction: The Underground Railroad (Colson Whitehead)

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Non-Fiction: Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City (Matthew Desmond)

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Biography: The Return: Fathers, Sons, and the Land in Between (Hisham Matar)

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History: Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy (Heather Ann Thompson)

Bonus: Read our excerpt of Blood in the Water from 2016 Pulitzer finalist, Tom Robbins.

FEATURE PHOTOGRAPHY WINNER, 2017.

Thousands Protest Hungarian Law Aimed at Shutting Down Soros University

50,000 OR MORE PROTESTERS OPPOSE MOVES TO REIN IN HUNGARY’S SOROS FOUNDED CENTRAL EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY.

Soros’ Central European University has about 1,400 “students.” That’s 1,400 Fifth Columnists being trained to sabotage nationalism and a Europe for Europeans.

Shut ‘er down!

Jewish Forward

Tens of thousands of Hungarians protested in central Budapest on Sunday against new legislation that could force the Central European University (CEU), a school founded by U.S. financier George Soros, to move out of the country.

A bill passed in Parliament this week by the ruling right-wing Fidesz party of Prime Minister Viktor Orban, a critic of liberal civil organizations funded by Soros, targeted CEU by setting numerous new conditions under which it must operate.

The bill has led to criticism from hundreds of leading academics worldwide as well as from the U.S. government and the European Union.

“The government wants to silence pretty much everyone who doesn’t think the same as them, who thinks freely,” protest organizer Kornel Klopfstein, a PhD student at the University of Bielefeld in Germany, said. “According to the government one of the centers of these people is at CEU… We should stand up for academic freedom and for CEU.”

The Hungarian premier has often vilified Soros, whose ideal of an open society is squarely at odds with Orban’s view that European culture is under an existential threat from migration and multiculturalism.

More coverage of this story can be read at the BBC.

The CEU has vowed to fight the legislation. The English-speaking university is ranked among the top 200 universities in the world in eight disciplines.

Mr Soros has a strained relationship with Mr Orban – a keen supporter of US President Donald Trump – who has accused the financier of wanting a role in Hungarian politics and supporting the influx of migrants into Europe.

Mr Orban recently claimed Hungary was “under siege” from asylum seekers.

The prime minister won a scholarship sponsored by Mr Soros to study at Oxford university and the pair were allies in the days immediately following the fall of communism in 1989.