Thursday, February 22, 2018

Vox Popoli: Cannibalism is a social construct

Who are the indigenous French to complain about the dietary customs of the new French? After all, the customs of the New France are just as legitimate as the frog-eating, cheese-mongering, wine-drinking customs of the old one, right?

Three men have been arrested in the heavily migrant-populated Paris suburb of Clichy-sous-Bois for attacking a man by biting at his face and then eating the pieces of flesh they had bitten off.

The men, who all originally came from the African island nation of Cape Verde, were arrested on Sunday after they attacked a man who was walking in the Hector-Berlioz alley at around 6 pm and bit off pieces his ear and lower lip, Le Parisien reports.

The victim was able to fight off the attackers, wounding one of them in the ankle, before police arrived a short time later and arrested the three Africans.

Both the victim and the injured man were then taken to Montfermeil hospital.

Meanwhile, archeologists remind us that the land is yours only as long as you are willing to defend it against immigrants.

Stonehenge has a proud place in Britain's history as one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe. But, according to a major new study, modern-day Britons are barely related to the ingenious Neolithic farmers who built the monument 5,000 years ago.

Instead the British are related to the 'Beaker people' who travelled from modern-day Holland and all but wiped out Stonehenge's creators. Many experts believed it was just Beaker pottery-making and culture which was exported to Britain between 4,400 and 4,700 years ago - not the people themselves. But the new evidence comes from DNA analysis of 400 prehistoric skeletons, some from after Stonehenge and others born before it was created.... The genes of these ancient people provide enough clues to determine that Beakers travelled here from Holland and took over in a few centuries. They replaced 90 per cent of the Neolithic farmers who built the monument and had lived here for 1,500 years.

The average American can't imagine that he and his culture will ever go the way of the Stonehengens and the American Indians. And yet, it is already half-gone and the land is already more than half-occupied by Not Americans. Frankly, given the propensities of his replacements, white Americans aren't even going to end up with reservations or casinos.