Tag Archives: Africa

Facebook: Anti-White Bias in Future?

From Facebook World – Will Extremism Kill Freedom of Speech?
I post this here in case it gets deleted on Facebook, and because I think it’s too important to ignore. I want to escape from it, but the news keeps dragging me back in!

White people should start flagging anti-white prejudice, promotion and crimes more, from Black Power such as the Hamilton musical black monopoly rewriting history to the Islamists taking over UK city districts and then demanding Sharia law and schooling.

I’m not writing it because I think the British system is brilliant, and it looks pretty bad at the moment with all the stabbings etc. If it was nice positive Buddhism I might be supporting it, but Islamism is one system I consider much worse than the Western – the originator of the whole religion, the Prophet Muhammed, had a child bride himself of course! Ayesha was apparently 6 when married, 9 when they had sex!!

I wasn’t going to post these two stories I saw soon after each other last night: Cherie Blair saying the unfortunate truth about rape in Africa, and some British schoolgirls suffering it while on holiday there (it’s on the BBC website but I never saw it on the TV headline news; in contrast, some unfortunate racist chanting at a football match gets headline news for days); but now that censorship is going to increase:
https://uk.news.yahoo.com/cherie-blair-under-fire-telling-180717524.html
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47721676

I know rape isn’t just a black issue, but the black issue isn’t all about a Hamilton musical either, as many schoolchildren might think from watching that, and being kept away from real life by censorship and religious school sectors.

I’m not a white supremacist by the way, although people who don’t want me providing a good role model claim that. I’m a PhD graduate from the critical theory tradition, who started off criticising the (white) Western elite capitalist model, and continued when it went Multicultural Fascist!

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Chris Packham’s Nature’s Weird Events Article Summary

Hi, it’s Chris Packwolf, natural world correspondent at the Greenygrey. I’m just back from filming my latest natural world spectacular. Thanks to Harry Silhouetteof-Wolfhowlingonhill for introducing Marc Latham’s article about the first episode of Nature’s Weird Events, presented by my human parallel Chris Packham.

Nature’s Weird Events Episode 2

I’m delighted to say that Marc now has a second article summarising the second episode of Nature’s Weird Events on Suite 101.

Some of the highlights include:

Red-billed Queleas form enormous flocks someti...
Red-billed Queleas form enormous flocks sometimes tens of thousands strong. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
  • millions of cicadas, elk and crabs passing through humanity.
  • Red-billed quelea’s knack for finding water helping create massive flocks that murmur like sparrows.
  • fireants that communicate by pheromones; and their fly nemesis, that can take over their bodies. The flies can only see ants when they move, so if an ant senses a fly it signals the others, and they stay still for hours.

Polar Bear Family and Africa 

I asked Marc what he’s got lined up for new articles on his Natural Media World Suite 101 channel.

He said that after summarising the third episode of Nature’s Weird Events he hopes to do articles on Gordon Buchanan’s documentaries spending time with a polar bear family and David Attenborough’s African wildlife documentary series.

Can’t wait…

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Paul Theroux Spots the Greenygrey in Africa

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Hi, it’s Green.

Paul Theroux (Louis’s father for those who prefer investigative documentaries) wrote consistently nice phrases in his Dark Star Safari: Overland from Cairo to Cape Town (2002) book, but my favourite is on page 390, while travelling in Zimbabwe:

‘The land was dry, the grass a dusty green that made it silver in the sun.’

Reminds me of the good old days with Grey that does.

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Solstice Poem Chasing the Last Light of Day

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In the last poem before a mid-summer break, Marc Latham celebrates the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere, and the long days we enjoy at this time of year.
There is still some light in the north-east sky until about 11pm at the moment where Marc lives (Leeds), and when he sees this he usually thinks how nice it would be to follow it until shaking night off, if it meant the day never ended, and you didn’t get tired.
Here’s the poem, and enjoy the solstice wherever you are:
Following the Last Light
Midnight Sun
all day fun
following last light
to escape night
north in June
flowers bloom
neverending colour
far from the equator
even night and day all year
winter is summer below
better follow
route Africa
then South America
December brings thaw
down world floor
no more night
ice sight