The face of multiculturalism

Praise of multiculturalism is a subset of the political-correctness phenomenon in which we’ve lived for the past few decades in the historically Caucasian zones of the globe. Scarcely anyone today dares to call it into question. Do so at your peril.

Any school, business, government or formal organization worth its salt now includes in its mission statement its firm devotion to diversity, which is another word for multiculturalism, though “diversity” tends to focus a bit more on race than culture alone.

I have, for many years, pointed out that history clearly shows that promoting multiculturalism almost invariably leads to mayhem and murder. Multiculturalism is a problem to be addressed, not something to be encouraged. At least, if you know what is good for you.

Promoting diversity goes hand in hand with ignorance of history.

I have found a partner in my yearslong dedication to criticizing the promotion of multiculturalism: the brilliant British historian Simon Webb, he of the glorious mustache.

In the video he runs through some textbook examples over the past century in which multiculturalism went tragically wrong. I offer this to you as an educational service. Pass it along.

Day in September

Though, like most houses, there are four sides to the Hacienda, with one exception, windows face in just two directions. The sole exception is the tiny window in the upstairs bathroom.

We’re looking out that one today.

It was bonkers raining this morning as I looked out that way, so I decided to shoot a brief video, but by the time I went downstairs for the camera and returned, it had slacked up quite a bit.

But I made the video anyway.

That white building you see near the start was topless the last time I opened this window, but someone has installed a board frame under big pieces of laminate. The surrounding greenery is due to months of daily rain. For years, there was a family living on the property, but they vanished one day, and the space returned to nature.

Thursday is market day on the nearby neighborhood plaza, so the two of us, in addition to the daily exercise walk, bought veggies and beef to make caldo de res for lunch tomorrow. I do love a good caldo de res, which I was first encountered in the 1990s in Houston at a Mexican restaurant in The Heights.

Alas, most caldos de res one finds here in restaurants sport very gristly beef, so I include it in my list of grub best eaten at home and prepared by my child bride. Pozole is also on the list for the same reason, gristly beef when others make it. I don’t know if Mexicans actually like gristly beef or that it’s just cheaper to purchase.

Likely the latter.

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The Biden Gang

Speaking of purchases, the Taliban won’t be needing to buy military equipment anytime soon because The Biden Gang gifted them with more than enough for years to come.

According to news reports, the Democrat White House and Woke generals left more gear — guns, humvees, airplanes, helicopters — at Bagram Air Base than the United States gave Israel — the only democracy in the Mideast — in the last 30 years.

So what? At least we don’t have to suffer Trump’s Mean Tweets anymore. It’s a fair trade-off. ¿No?

Taliban enjoying its gifts from The Biden Gang.

The Palestine problem

Mohammedan “Palestinians” lost their minds again recently, deciding to fire rockets at Israel. It never turns out well for them, and you’d think they would have figured that out by now, but they have not. Color them dim.

The Democrat Socialist Party in the United States is anti-Semitic as are most university professors and their indoctrinated students across America. They believe the woebegone “Palestinians” are oppressed by Israel, which is baloney.

There is no nation of Palestine and never has been. It’s an area loaded with Mohammedans in that part of the world. This brief video can help you understand what’s happening and has happened over there if you don’t know and perhaps think Israel is oppressing the poor, downtrodden “Palestinians.”

The New York Times and The Washington Post side with the “Palestinians,” of course, as their websites this morning demonstrate. Clearly, they have not watched this informative PragerU video. They reside in a world of ignorance.

There was peace in the Middle East during the Trump Administration — and calm on the Mexican border plus plenty of petrol — but we’re back to business as usual now.

I bring all this to you as a public service. I should provide a tip jar.

How they did it

Sleepy Joe Biden and Hoor Harris (waiting eagerly just offstage, and it won’t be long) did not win the U.S. presidential election fair and square, and I’m going to tell you what actually happened.

It was a three-pronged heist. One prong likely would have been unsuccessful. Two might have succeeded, but three made it a slam dunk.

No. 1 was ballot-box stuffing. There were videos of this happening. How extensive it was and how much it affected the outcome is unknown.

No. 2 was the Democrat Socialists’ using the Kung Flu hysteria to justify mail-in voting. Widespread voting by mail is an open-armed invitation to corruption, and it was corrupted big-time. Mail-in voting is imbecilic if one wants an honest election, which is why it’s done virtually nowhere in the world.

No. 3 was the daily campaign by the mainstream media to flagrantly mis-characterize President Trump. Fake News is real. The mainstream media such as CNN, The New York Times, etc., continuously lied about Trump’s historic deeds or simply failed to report them. Big Tech did the same. Joseph Goebbels would have been proud.

The third tactic resulted in millions of citizens — especially, but not exclusively, those who are marginally interested in current events, ie. the clueless — being ignorant and brainwashed, so they voted against Trump. Make no mistake, almost no one voted for Biden and Harris. They voted against Trump.

When leftist pundits insist Biden won the vote count, they may be right. But the situation is more complex than that. There is more than one way to corrupt an election, make it wrong, and those three factors did the trick.

I predicted on the morning of Election Day that the Democrat Socialists would steal the election, and they did.


In an historic ceremony today, an emotional Israeli President Reuven Rivlin welcomed the first-ever ambassador to Israel from the United Arab Emirates, the result of one of Trump’s Mideast peace initiatives, and one of the reasons he was nominated five times for the Nobel Peace Prize.

And a few days ago, after four years of relative quiet in the Middle East, thanks to Trump, Sleepy Joe Biden dropped some bombs on Syria. I have seen no stories about either event on The New York Times or The Washington Post websites.