brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

John Knight jwknight at polbox.com
Sat Oct 19 19:26:56 EST 2002


So they do (how many would you like moving to your town?), but they need to
understand, as the people and mayor of Lewiston have already begun to
understand, that by doing so the virtues that attracted them to Lewiston
will probably not survive.

"Dream places," in this country or anywhere else, do not just happen. They
are the products of a particular culture, people and heritage, and replacing
the culture, people and heritage that created them with others will only
eradicate them more quickly. The Somalis, having already assimilated a bit
to the American way, are asking the U.S. Justice Department to send
investigators to Lewiston to make sure they haven't been victims of
discrimination on the part of the "xenophobes" and "bigots" who now run the
city and who would like to see the dream Lewiston offers survive a little
longer. Between the Somalis and the federal government, you probably
shouldn't bet that it will.


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There's a better way to say this.  The niggers MUST GO, RIGHT NOW!  Along
with the jews.

If Somalia is such a nice place that the Somalis like Lewistown because of
the similarities, then all AMerican niggers should be given the "option" to
exiling themselves to Somalia, because WE MUST NOT TAKE IT ANY MORE.

The only thing niggers have given this putative Christian nation is nigger
music--and nigger music would be banned in a real Christian land.  We CANNOT
restore Christianity as long as niggers and jews remain on this continent.

John Knight




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Subject: [CCNN] Abolishing New England: In Lewiston, Maine, They Had a
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Todd Romanyshyn
Oct 19, 2002

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Abolishing New England: In Lewiston, Maine, They Had a Dream, Too... By Sam
Francis

October 17, 2002

The blessings of diversity have descended upon the small city of Lewiston,
Maine, a decaying mill town of some 35,000 folks, who were mainly white
until a couple of years ago. Now, with the addition of nearly 2,000 Somalis,
Lewiston has begun to catch up with what's been happening in the rest of the
country-and Western Europe, and Australia, and New Zealand, for that matter.
Like most of the people in those places, those in Lewiston don't much care
for it.

The main citizen of Lewiston who didn't care for the invasion of his city by
Somalis, who at once jumped onto to local welfare rolls and may be inciting
ethnic violence, was the mayor, a gentleman named Laurier T. Raymond.

Mr. Raymond took such a dislike to the presence of Somalis that he wrote an
open letter to their leaders asking them to discourage others from coming.
That was the subject of a front-page story in the Washington Post this week.
["In Maine Town, Sudden Diversity And Controversy | Somali Influx Irks
 Mayor" By Michael Powell, October 13, 2002]

"Please pass the word," the mayor begged his new Somali constituents to tell
their fellows. "We have been overwhelmed ... our city is maxed out
financially, physically, and emotionally."

The Somalis, for their part, didn't much care for the mayor's letter, and
they at once responded by denouncing him for his "bigotry." The Post, eager
to ferret out what it called "xenophobia" in Lewiston, succeeded in finding
some.

But even the Post had to acknowledge that the Somalis have been just a bit
of a strain. "Welfare rolls and rents have gone up," it reported, "and
school officials are scrambling to provide health checkups ... and language
instruction, though the majority of Somali children speak excellent
English." (Then why do they need language instruction?)

But why Lewiston, of all places? Because the Somalis deliberately selected
it. Located mainly in Atlanta, Somali immigrants really didn't like the City
Too Busy to Hate-because, among other reasons, local blacks harassed their
children at school-and so they sent out search teams to look for a better
place to settle. They found it in Lewiston, where welfare payments were even
higher than in Atlanta. "The young men tell us, 'This is a dream place,"
said one Somali elder. "They see the unemployment rate is low. There is
housing and close family values like Somalia."

Well, no, Lewiston's family values are not quite like those of Somalia, and
the Somalis know it. That's why Somalis in Somalia now planning to enrich
America even further by immigrating here are carrying out female
circumcisions there before they leave. They know it wouldn't be tolerated
here (or so they think; little do they know how rapidly Americans adjust to
cultural diversity). The British Broadcasting Corporation reports that

"in recent months, dozens of Somali parents, preparing to move to the US,
have been rushing to subject their daughters to this agonizing ritual,
knowing it is illegal in America."

But aside from the minor point of the backward family values and intolerant
laws they will encounter when they land on our teeming shores, the Somalis
are probably correct that Lewiston and small towns like it in other states
are about as close as American towns ever come to being "dream places."
There's a reason for that.

Lewiston is a "dream place" not because nature or God or a "proposition"
made it that way. It is that way because the people who live there made it
that way-the white, Christian, middle-class and working people who worked
for it, paid for it, built it, lived in it, and in not a few cases probably
died for it. The Somalis, in their snotty letter to the mayor replying to
his letter to them, informed him that "we are citizens and/or legal
residents of this country" and "therefore we believe we have every right to
live anywhere in this country."

So they do (how many would you like moving to your town?), but they need to
understand, as the people and mayor of Lewiston have already begun to
understand, that by doing so the virtues that attracted them to Lewiston
will probably not survive.

"Dream places," in this country or anywhere else, do not just happen. They
are the products of a particular culture, people and heritage, and replacing
the culture, people and heritage that created them with others will only
eradicate them more quickly. The Somalis, having already assimilated a bit
to the American way, are asking the U.S. Justice Department to send
investigators to Lewiston to make sure they haven't been victims of
discrimination on the part of the "xenophobes" and "bigots" who now run the
city and who would like to see the dream Lewiston offers survive a little
longer. Between the Somalis and the federal government, you probably
shouldn't bet that it will.

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