Corporate media are experiencing catastrophic drops in paper circulation. Few people read their article online, as most have no patience for the long-running script and the unstable page display overburdened with ads. Publishers rely on headlines alone to carry the narrative. As to the various headlines, here are three on Yahoo’s aggregator this morning:
“Brute turns himself in for savage beating of man who offered to pay for meal” (New York Post)
The story touches on a frequent point of Lawrence Auster’s, White charity being met with Black savagery. He called the results of such encounters the Eloi Tax or the White Woman Tax when it involved an imprudently-trusting gesture by a woman and resulted in her death.
This is how I think it played out at the fast food restaurant in the linked story: the dollar-short Blacks made a show of neediness to the fellow-Black cashier. The misguided White man, fancying himself a good Samaritan, jabbed their pride by offering to make up the difference. Doing so, he humiliated them by changing their dynamic from an intra-black hustle into an emasculating charity case, triggering what Auster dubbed the Sudden Savage Syndrome.
“Racist signs warning of ‘white genocide’ posted at NAACP building” (Newsweek)
The cat’s out of the bag: everyone knows about White Genocide, and the media are stumbling backwards under the burden of disproving it. But the problem with trying to disprove a fact is that in doing so, one inadvertently shines a stronger light on the inconvenient truth. Should anyone click on the article, it quotes the slogan “diversity is a code-word for anti-white.”
“The Latest: Hungary’s president signs disputed asylum law” (CNS News)
A globalism-promoting publication shares the “bad news”:
The Latest on the flow of migrants into Europe (all times local): 5:45 p.m. Hungary’s president has signed a disputed law allowing all asylum-seekers, including children older than 14, to be detained in border container camps. According to the parliamentary website, President Janos Ader signed the bill on Wednesday, a national holiday in memory of Hungary’s 1848 revolution against the Habsburg empire. Ader’s endorsement of the bill came despite pleas for a veto from numerous human rights groups. The United Nations children’s agency, UNICEF, said the decision was a “deep disappointment for all those children … who will be affected by this new law.
There is no mention of the future of Hungarian children. By the way, thought I’d add this: I lived several weeks in an Austrian refugee camp in 1982. Its residents were mostly Czechs and East Germans. Maybe I’ll describe the experience here at some point.
Hungary continues to lead the way as the savior of Europe. Viktor Orban is the first head of state who successfully pushed back against EU’s kalergization of the continent, showing the world that securing one’s national sovereignty and identity is doable. His example makes it clear that contra Fake History, nothing in this world is inevitable because there is no such thing as progress.