|February 29th, 2008||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2003
Blog Entries: 34
Jews Push Race-Mixing on Our White Daughters, Knowing It is Dangerous and Unhealthy
[Professional media jews take the top .001 most attractive mulattos and feature them in advertising and on tv, thereby encouraging White girls to believe that by breeding with blacks they will produce attractive babies. That is not the case. Race-mixing means White girls will be beaten, infected, and left with ugly, low-IQ mulattoes when the father heads down the road. Encourage White girls to mix with blacks is a deliberate act of hate on the part of the jewish community we graciously allowed to live among us.]
Students of mixed races report suffering more health problems
By DAVID WILLIAMSON
UNC News Services
CHAPEL HILL -- A new study that involved surveying 90,000 adolescent U.S. students showed that those who considered themselves to be of mixed race were more likely than others to suffer from depression, substance abuse, sleep problems and various aches and pains.
Conducted by researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the National Institutes of Health, the investigation found that adolescents of mixed race were more likely to have other health problems as well.
"It did not matter what races the students identified with, the risks were higher for all of them if they did not identify with a single race," said Dr. J. Richard Udry, principal author of a paper on the work appearing in the November issue of the American Journal of Public Health.
"Most of the risk items we assessed may be related to stress, and so we believe being of mixed race is a source of stress," Udry said. "From this work, we cannot identify further the sources of that stress. More research is needed to identify those sources and possibly suggest programs that might help biracial adolescents."
Udry is professor of maternal and child health at the UNC School of Public Health, professor of sociology in UNC’s College of Arts and Sciences and a fellow at the Carolina Population Center. His co-authors are Dr. Rose Marie Li, formerly of NIH, and Janet Hendrickson-Smith, research associate at the UNC center.
The new findings derive from data compiled as part of the UNC-based National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, the largest and most comprehensive survey of teen-agers ever conducted in the United States.
In the detailed surveys they completed, students could give more than one answer when asked about their race. Those who called themselves biracial tended to be more likely to smoke and drink, Udry said. Overall, older biracial children were more likely to have sex at younger ages, to have access to guns and to have poorer experiences at school such as through suspensions, skipping class and repeating grades.
In characteristics not related to traditional risks, such as grades, vocabulary, family structure and family education, mixed-race adolescents often fell between single-race adolescents, he said. For example, Asians had higher grade-point averages than whites and were more likely to have a college-educated parent, but children with both Asian and white parents had averages between those two peer groups and were more likely to have a parent who attended college than white-only adolescents.
"Quite a few studies attest in some way to the emotional, health and behavioral risk problems of multiracial adolescents," he said. "The most common explanation for the high-risk status is the struggle with identity formation, leading to lack of self-esteem, social isolation and problems of family dynamics in biracial households."
Since some previous studies found no differences between biracial and single-race children, Udry and his colleagues wanted to explore the relative risk of mixed race adolescents with teens of a single race using a large nationally representative sample.
When first reported in 1997, Add Health showed that strong and supportive ties between parents and children helped protect adolescents against risky behaviors, including substance abuse, early sexual activity, pregnancy, emotional distress, suicide and violence.
Feeling connected with one’s school and, in some cases, one’s religion also helped adolescents avoid some of the pitfalls of youth, the study showed.
"These findings offered the parents of America a blueprint for what worked in protecting their kids from harm," Udry said. "Contrary to common assumptions, Add Health found that parents -- not just peers -- were extremely relevant to their children throughout adolescence," he said.
Parents trying to prevent risky behaviors in children should spend time with teen-agers, talk with them, be available to them, set high standards and send clear messages about what they want their children to do and not do, Udry and his colleagues concluded.
The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development chiefly funded the overall Congressionally-mandated Add Health study, which also received support from nearly 20 other federal agencies ranging from the National Cancer Institute and the National Science Foundation to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Involved were 145 randomly selected U.S. middle and high schools. Adolescents completed questionnaires about themselves, their health and beliefs. The project’s second phase involved detailed, in-home interviews with 20,000 of the teen-agers and their parents.
|July 3rd, 2011||#2|
Join Date: May 2009
So, Do You Think You Can Dance? Only With a 'Diverse' Partner!
So, Do You Think You Can Dance? Only With a 'Diverse' Partner!
Fox TV has a big hit with the show So, Do You Think You Can Dance? (which I’ll call SYTYCD for short). The show has just the right mix of soap opera-style drama, flashy theater, and a veneer of sports-style competition between dancers. Dancers come from all across the USA and, in some cases, other countries.
Hundreds of contestants are eliminated from the show in preliminary rounds. After the early contests, the remaining dancers compete until the last man, and woman, is standing.
The dancers are all good at what they do, and, more importantly for TV ratings—they are entertaining.[Watch videos.]
Last week, the top 20 dancers were paired into couples for competition. The following table contains the names of the Top 10 couples who were paired by the judges of the show from the Top 20 dancing contestants. The race and gender of the contestants is very revealing, especially when their demographics are compared to those within the competitive dance community and the U.S. population.
Top 20 Finalists (as of June 22)
The most obvious common denominator among the contestants (besides their youth): 80% of the couples are interracial. Only the first two couples on the list are of the same race. Four of the ten are black-male/white-female pairings while two are white-male/black-female.
Even stranger: there isn't a single same-race minority couple!
The prevalence of interracial partners is quite an anomaly considering that according to the U.S. Census Bureau,[PDF] interracial marriages represent only 5 percent of the total population. Less than 5% of the black population marries 0.4% of the white population, so SYTYCD is seriously skewed compared to the real-world population in the U.S.
My question: why does SYTYCD have so many interracial couples?
SYTYCD producers claim that partners are chosen at random. So it could be mere coincidence that so many couples were interracial.
But there are many skeptics who think the entire selection process is rigged. Is there a political or financial reason Fox chose interracial couplings?
If ratings are any indication, Fox producers aren't making good business decisions. SYTYCD has slumped in the ratings ever since the year 2005 when it was the #1 rated summertime show. In 2010, it had roughly half as many viewers. Interracial relationships don't seem very popular in the U.S., so it's no surprise that shows featuring an intimate activity like dancing—the choreography this season is particularly steamy—aren't going to be shining stars of the ratings game.
If there were a dearth of white guys that can dance, the large number of interracial couples could be the result of minorities crowding white men out of dance competitions. Random selection would mean that interracial couples would be common.
However, the evidence shows that there is no shortage of white males that can dance, so it's far more likely that Fox is playing a Political Correctness game.
One must understand a few basics about dance competitions to understand that there is no shortage of good white male dancers. In the U.S., competitions come in two major flavors: competitive ballroom Dancesport which is a serious nationally-sanctioned sport; and competitive jazz contests that typically allow a wide variety of judging formats and dance styles, such as tap, hip-hop, ballet, etc.
SYTYCD is much closer to a jazz dance contest in terms of style, because most of the show resembles grass roots street dancing —and more importantly the standards for judging champions are about as rigorous as those of the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).
In all aspects of competitive dance, whites are well represented and in some they dominate. Ballroom dancing is dominated by whites in standard International Ballroom Competition, although skin colors turn noticeably darker in the popular international Latin ballroom competitions. But there is plenty of talent in worldwide competitions for all races to be well represented on a show like SYTYCD. If everything was judged equally, there would be proportionately more white men than there are now.
It's commonly assumed that blacks completely dominate styles like hip-hop. But that stereotype isn’t accurate because Whites, Hispanics, and Asians also do very well at competitions—as examples, check out the results at the Buffalo Dance Championships, 2010, look at the pictures of The First Five Crews to compete for MTV's America's Best Dance Crew, or internationally see pictures of the HipHop International World Championships.
In the real world of competitive Dancesport, mixed couples are far rarer than SYTYCD would have its audiences believe. That’s because partnerships are chosen for pragmatic reasons of ability and compatibility – not by the whims of Politically Correct TV producers, who have profit motives and political agendas as their first priority.
I did my own research of random ballroom competitions to see pictures of the couples who are winning competitions. There are many examples to choose from. Since I don’t care to do a PhD dissertation, my samples are small, and therefore subject to criticism even though the conclusions are blatant.
First I looked at some excellent Dancesport photos from 2007.
The Vancouver Open 2007 is very interesting because there were two dominant races: Asian and Whites. They rarely mixed however. “The Embassy Ball 2007” competition was much the same except minorities were almost non-existent. Mixed-race couples at both of these events were rare.
Results from the Northwest DanceSport Championship, 2010 show that most of the winners are same race. Links are provided to their pictures but most of you will guess their race by reading their names. Interestingly the two couples who may be interracial (#4 and #5) don’t have pictures that are easy to find on the internet.
Adult Championship Standard
Zillion Wong & Sarah Liang - BC
Ira Pollock & Abby Pollock - CA
Dmitriy Vorobiev & Kseniya Sovenko - WA
Adam Li & Ksenia Michtchenko - BC
Ben Bartholomew & Zoa Lopez - UT
Dr. Angus Sinclair & Susan S. Sidman – CA
As of last week, the field of dancers on SYTYCD has one less same-race couple because Iveta Lukosiute and her partner Nick Young were eliminated. Iveta Lukosiute (pictured below, a blonde Lithuanian)is arguably the best dancer for this season. Based purely on merit, Iveta was a slam dunk to win—and that was true whether she is viewed as a world class ballroom champion or a diva. Her demise was presaged when Fox producers assigned an obnoxious Indian Bollywood themed dance that was totally out of character for both Iveta and Nick. They did a respectable but not great Bollywood routine. If assigning them a Bollywood routine was a setup, it worked perfectly!
Normally, I never call these shows. But I decided to make an exception to vote for Iveta—and to see what it is like to call a reality TV talent show. Over a 12-hour period of calling multiple times to the phone number reserved for Iveta, I got nothing but busy signals, so voting was impossible. The jammed phone line convinced me that Iveta was being guillotined by the Fox producers. Iveta, at age 30, was the oldest dancer of the 20 finalists, so there may be an age bias issue as well as racial.
I'll admit to having a sour-grapes attitude ever since Iveta Lukosiute was eliminated from the show. But to me the fact that she won't be back this week offers very good proof that the results were rigged—because the producers of the show want the American public to see mixed race couples performing sexy and steamy dancing together.
|July 4th, 2011||#3|
Formerly Cowboy Zeke
Join Date: Mar 2005
It is a deep feeling of being destroyed and not being able to do anything when you see a beautiful white woman who has been taught it's cool and meaningful to give yourself to the lowest 2 legged life form on the planet. I saw this the other day, a gorgeous young white girl with a run of the mill nigger in a shit car, and it solidified in me that only our men deserve our women, women need to be protected from both physical and emotional dangers, and that I could see the end of an entire race of people and be joyous.
It has not changed since the tribal days. Women want what they are told has value, and they are born with power (their body) and need not do any work questioning what they are told.
Seeing such a disgusting event over and over has made me callous, and hard.
I look forward to the days when the collapse comes (and it is coming) I will wash the ground with my enemies' help.
Channon and Chris; gone but not forgotten.
Fuck you hippie, you are the system.
Jews are not just a race or just a religion; they are a race who worship themselves religiously.
|May 17th, 2013||#4|
Join Date: Jul 2005
14 years is what the creature was sentenced to
The removal of all laws prohibiting inter race marriage and breeding can only happen when a people are subject, ruled by enemy aliens not of their blood who mean them harm IMO.
Yes, the joo's who instigated every state who laws on the books prohibiting bestiality being removed share in these crimes IMO.
If the men in her family had tried to stop the relationship the legal system would have gone after them.
The jooish owned and controlled media has promoted this now for over 50 years.
The race war against White's is important, that when Ron Goldman's son was murdered by O.J. the regime media remained silent on the subject.
Isn't it strange that we talk least about the things we think about most?
We cannot allow the natural passions and prejudices of other peoples
to lead our country to destruction.
-Charles A. Lindbergh
|December 1st, 2013||#5|
Join Date: May 2009
Israel Paying Niggers $3,500 Each to Leave