Your and my children better care about our future.

FILE- In this Friday, Jan. 1, 2010, file photo, a young boy leads the hard-line Islamist Al Shabab fighters as they conduct military exercise in northern Mogadishu’s Suqaholaha neighborhood, Somalia. Al-Shabab have claimed responsibility for the gun and grenade attack on a shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya Saturday Sept 21 which has left dozens dead and wounded, apparently in retaliation for Kenya’s military participation in peace-keeping efforts in Somalia. (AP Photo/ Farah Abdi Warsameh/File)

From, by Steve Sailer: “The fundamental issue of the 2020 presidential campaign is rapidly becoming whether or not America’s whites, as exemplified in the person of Donald Trump, have the right to block the world’s Muslim blacks and other Muslims, as exemplified in the person of Somalia-born Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), from immigrating en masse to the United States.

“In 1991, when Omar’s family fled Somalia due to their complicity in the genocidal regime of the dictator Siad Barre, the population of Somalia was only 7 million. Today, 28 chaotic years later, Somalia has more than doubled in size to 15 million despite immense outflows of emigrants. The U.N. forecasts that Somalia’s population will reach 35 million in 2050 and 76 million in 2100.”

In the Unz Review, an “alternative media selection”, Mr. Sailer expanded, “For example, Rep. Omar is in the U.S. only because the genocidal regime in which her whole family was employed (her grandfather at a high level) had made itself so hated by other Somalis that once the dictator fell, it was likely that the public would try to take vengeance upon the Omar family. Of course we should take political-moral advice from a Somali whose family had made itself so hated when it held the whip hand that they had to flee for their lives from their former victims.”

“Alternatively, millions of Somalis (or, quite possibly, tens of millions of Somalis) might prefer to follow Rep. Omar to the Magic Dirt of the first world. According to a Gallup poll, at present one-third of the population of sub-Saharan African wants to migrate, and it’s unlikely that additional population growth will make Africa more attractive. The U.N. forecasts that the population of sub-Saharan Africa, which was 504,000,000 in 1991 and is 1,066,000,000 today, will grow to 2,118,000,000 in 2050 and all the way to 3,775,000,000 in 2100.

“Do American and European white voters have the right to say no to the hundreds of millions of blacks and Muslims who will want to flee the messes they’ve made of their own countries? Or would restricting immigration by nonwhites be ‘white nationalism’ and ‘white supremacy’ and therefore unthinkable?” I want to interject here that for me the issue is not skin color, considering that African Christians are among the most upright and compatible with traditional American values of any Christians in the world. Omar is a jihadist at heart, which is apparent to those who really take her actions, history and words at face value.

The only thing that holds together the Democrats–the Coalition of the Fringes–is demonizing white Americans. Without ever increasingly whipping up hatred of whites, what is there to keep the Democrats’ collection of miscellaneous identity groups from turning on each other?For example, the current fracas: The brains behind Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D-NY) operation, her tech-millionaire chief of staff Saikat Chakrabarti, went on the warpath against fellow Democrats. Chakrabarti denounced as racist those who aren’t quite extremist enough on immigration, such as Rep. Sharice Davids (D-KS), who is advertised as “the first openly LGBT Native American elected to the United States Congress.”

“Unlike Asian Indians, American Indians don’t have any relatives abroad to import, so they are increasingly at odds over immigration. Chakrabarti complained: ‘I don’t believe Sharice is a racist person, but her votes are showing her to enable a racist system.‘ At that point the House Democratic Caucus, chaired by Nancy Pelosi’s ally Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY), fired back at Chakrabarti and his deficit of Intersectionality: ‘Who is this guy and why is he explicitly singling out a Native American woman of color? Her name is Congresswoman Davids, not Sharice. She is a phenomenal new member who flipped a red seat blue. Keep Her Name Out Of Your Mouth.

“This last line was accompanied by six interspersed emojis representing “clapbacks,” which are some kind of hip-hop form of argumentation in which you prove the logic of your point by clapping your hands obnoxiously in your rival’s face. Pelosi is from California, where elderly white Democrats like herself, Dianne Feinstein, Jerry Brown, and Barbara Boxer long held on to power despite decades of demographic change. But that has been due to the political passivity of California’s vast Mexican population.

“In contrast, this year Pelosi has run into endless trouble with feistier ethnicities such as PalestinianPuerto Rican, and Somali. Donald Trump then decided that not enough attention was being paid to him, so he took up a topic that Tucker Carlson has been emphasizing recently: the bizarre spectacle of diverse grifters sermonizing Americans on their sins: ‘Nothing they say on the subject of race is sincere. It’s all the hustle designed to get them what they want. Omar has made a career of denouncing anyone and anything in her way as racist.’

When you stop and think about it, it’s kind of nuts that Americans sacralize foreign elites like Omar (her family was high-enough ranking in the old dictatorship that when it fell, her fellow Somalis wanted to kill them as vengeance) from the worst-run countries on Earth and pay them to lecture us on how the only thing that will save us is letting in more of them.

“After all, it’s a terrible burden that people from Somalia and the like take on to move to deplorable America, but our sacred newcomers just happen to have a lot more cousins back home who are willing to redeem us with their vibrant diversity. Their relatives are so much more moral than racist Americans that they will sacrifice themselves by moving here for the good of our souls. Obviously, Omar isn’t going to go back to Somalia to help her people. She’s not going to make the mistake made by an immigrant Somali journalist named Hodan Naleyeh who ‘tried to change the racist media narrative around Somalia and Somalis‘ by returning home from Canada to report on the good news in Somalia. Just last week, terrorists in Somalia blew the poor woman up.” That’s Al Shabbab folks, in the photo above. Don’t we want some of them over here, or do we already?

No, Omar is going to work for the good of her clan by trying to undermine America’s borders so more Africans can move here. If it’s “racist” of me to say “stay there”, tough camel meat (the favorite food of Somalia).

There are lots more where she came from.

Take this Cultural Bias test.

I created this test based on actual experiences I have had in neighborhoods in which I lived, cities I have visited, and cultures and individuals I have interacted with. The caveats are: there is no correct answer; if you don’t like any of the choices, you may add your own; you may choose more than one answer; the answers you choose reflect the stereotypes and prejudices we have about that specific situation, not necessarily what we think of representatives of the particular group in other situations; that something is a stereotype or prejudice doesn’t make it untrue; we all generalize about people from limited experience, your experience is real for you, and there have been no actual statistical studies that I am aware of on these measures. Can it be said that a particular demographic is more likely than a different demographic to harbor certain attitudes and engage in certain behaviors? I don’t know, but I do know this: culture is “downstream” from worship/religion and a product of what most of the population believes about truth and their God (that is, whose in charge of morality).

1. You have moved to a new neighborhood, and immediately notice all the litter on the sidewalk and in the street. Then each day you observe multiple incidences of someone throwing trash on the ground, often with a waste bin handy. Most of the offenders are: a. Asian females b. Black males c. Women wearing hijabs d. White males e. White females, or fill in your own.

2. You took your kids to Disneyland yesterday, and another amusement park the following month. The Disneyland lines were long, but very well managed by the staff. The 2nd park was very frustrating because so many people simply cut in line as if they were entitled. A couple times you said something, and got either baleful stares or threats. The second park was located in a. Eastern Washington b. Southern California close to the border c. Ohio d. New Jersey, or fill in your own.

3. You traveled to a foreign city, and noticed that despite how crowded it was, there was no visible trash to be seen. You observed residents carrying empty bottles and cans until they found a recycling bin, and pocketing trash if a waste bin was not handy. This city was most likely a. Nanking China b. Mumbai India c. Tokyo Japan d. Sydney Australia, or fill in your own.

4. You are on a business trip with a female colleague, and both of you are angry that she is frequently harassed by catcalls and even patting her butt as she walks by. The city you are in is most likely a. Rome Italy b. Bangkok Thailand c. Riyadh Saudi Arabia d. Mumbai India, or fill in.

5. You are walking on a deserted U.S. street late at night, and suddenly become aware of footfalls of a group behind you. You don’t want to turn around nor run, and the demographic you most hope those footfalls don’t belong to is a. White male b. Asian male c. Black male d. A woman of any race, or fill in.

6. I am about to order dinner in the same restaurant in a moderate sized US city that I have visited three times in the past, each time 10 years apart. Looking about me, I start to lose my appetite as I notice numerous very fat brown skinned families shoveling impressive quantities of high fat and calorie food into their mouths. Each time I have been here, the numbers of these families appears to have increased. Two part question. What I notice is the result of a. Immigration b. Democrat politics c. Global hunger d. Cigarette warnings e. Fill in.

This city is most likely a. Madras, Oregon b. Redding, California c. Wenatchee, Washington d. Moscow, Idaho e. Fill in.

As I said, these situations were based on my experiences, all except one. Which one have I not been present for? a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 e. 5 f. 6.

I did not witness #4, but based on the volume of accounts I have read, the only choice that’s very unlikely is c. Riyadh, the others are equally likely and Mumbai is the most dangerous for a woman. If I had said, instead of catcalls and pats, “caning”, then Riyadh would be most likely.

#1, the only neighborhoods I have lived in were either majority white or majority black, and the only examples of conspicuous littering I have seen were from choice b. Often I would ask them,”why trash our neighborhood?” The most common answer was some variation of “if the MAN doesn’t care about how I live, why should I?” That attitude was rare when I was a child growing up in a mixed neighborhood, but it increased with the general deterioration of personal responsibility in the 1960’s, and the metastasis of the entitlement mentality.

#2, the park was Legoland, near San Diego, and the constant line jumping ruined the entire experience. I have visited theme parks in those other areas and never saw either line jumping or even line policing. Yes, all the line jumpers were Hispanic, and all were family groups. If I were to guess what was going on, I would be inclined to say that many of these people were Mexicans just visiting for the day, and if that’s the case, this behavior might be like a middle finger to us gringos. Theme parks I have visited in those other places had plenty of Hispanic visitors, but line jumping was very rare.

#3, c. Tokyo is as crowded as Nanking or Mumbai, but the streets were spotless, and not because of cleaning crews. Every pedestrian I observed the month I lived there would carry trash or recyclables on their person however long it took to find an appropriate receptacle. The two gross city pictures above are Nanking and Mumbai, the spotless one is Tokyo, and the mountain trash was left behind by “environmentally conscious” mountaineers. Another phenomenon I witnessed multiple times in a month in Tokyo were shoplifters and purse snatchers being chased by male pedestrians, tackled and restrained until police arrived. Oh yeah, the police didn’t carry firearms, but didn’t spare the truncheon.

#5, I’m white, and have encountered groups of blacks, Asians and Hispanics while alone at night, I must confess that I never experienced a problem with any of them. For me, it’s more a matter of how they are dressed and whether they are being mock aggressive towards each other vs. I conversing relatively quietly. I would much rather encounter a group of black males dressed like lawyers, than white male skinheads or Asian males swaggering around. I will further add that now that I am disabled and walk with a cane, at least in Spokane Washington where I live, I have experienced every demographic go out of their way to be helpful.

#6, part 1, a and b. Part 2, a, b, c. These cities are all in central Washington, Oregon and California, along route 97. While I don’t object to legal immigration nor the explosion of Mexican restaurants, nor brown skins per se, I am disgusted by obese, ugly, overeating people of any race. The worst thing about immigration is that if this trend of people who love fat and calories and appear to have little concern for how they look continues, this country won’t have to worry about climate change flooding our coastal cities, because the whole country will be sinking due to obesity! Call me racist if you can’t help it, but I know that you agree with me, unless you’re one of those I’m referring to.

My other thoughts about these experiences: 1. Cultures have a significant effect on individual behavior. That idea gets the most support in Japan. I would say that the culture of Japan affects every action from the smallest to the largest. Even though Japan also has the Yakuza, as vicious a criminal enterprise as you will find anywhere, the ordinary citizens, including women, generally feel safe. On the other hand, India, which our counterculture seems to regard as enlightened, experiences frequent violent upheavals of Hindus against women, Christians, Muslims and lower castes. 2. People who are law abiding in their own culture might severely disrespect the laws of other countries. German tourists are an example. (As Churchill once said, “the Hun is either at your throat or at your feet.”). When I was a park ranger in Yellowstone for six seasons, I saw countless examples of foreign tourists abusing and disregarding the park, the signs, the laws, and the Germans were the worst. How did I know? I would point out to someone that he was standing right next to a waste bin and a do not litter sign, while tossing his cigarette butts and trash on the ground. Their common response was to say they enjoy breaking the laws of countries that don’t enforce them, particularly the United States, and specifically national parks. I say “send ’em back.”

3. I am far more willing to generalize about cultures, religions and countries from the individuals living in those countries than I am to generalize from individuals living in our country, whether or not I am right. My generalizations include: Japanese in Japan tend to be cleaner, more helpful and respectful than most cultures, including those living here; Muslims living in Islamic dominant countries tend to be more violent with other religions than they are when living in our country; Germans in Germany tend to be more passive and guilt ridden than when they go somewhere else; large segments of every country south of the United States tend to be dirtier, more abusive to their environment, more brutal and less law abiding in their own countries than when they are here. Simply saying I believe that the environment, culture and history of our country tames some of the worst impulses that people give reign to in their own country. My experience with Japanese living here vs. in Japan is the exception, those I have known personally were very civil regardless of where they lived.

Yes, of course I know that I am expressing stereotypes and prejudice, but tell me you never entertain such thoughts…..unless you’re a white leftist or Perfectionist Progressive. In that case, don’t bother answering because it will just be a lie.