In all cases, emphasis added.
Lindsay was born in New York City on West End Avenue, to George Nelson Lindsay and the former Florence Eleanor Vliet. He grew up in an upper-middle-class family of English and Dutch descent. Lindsay’s paternal grandfather migrated to the United States in the 1880s from the Isle of Wight, and his mother was from an upper-middle-class family that had been in New York since the 1660s.
…the patrician Lindsay’s two terms as mayor of New York were a catastrophe from which the city, and even the nation, have still not entirely recovered. The pure embodiment of the elite orthodoxy of his day, Lindsay helped transform the debate on race in America with an agenda that provoked white flight from cities, welcomed militant black separatists into the mainstream, and introduced a vision of social welfare that encouraged dependency among the poor and nearly destroyed New York’s economy.
Four-term congressman Lindsay catapulted into the limelight during the 1965 New York mayoral race, when his walking tours of Harlem and other black neighborhoods helped him capture 45 percent of the black vote and win the election-a remarkable achievement for a Republican from Manhattan’s Silk-Stocking district. His neighborhood forays later helped New York avoid the ugly race riots that afflicted so many American cities during the sixties.
But during those tours, Lindsay made common cause with black militants like Sonny Carson, whose followers spouted viciously anti-white and anti-Semitic diatribes. The militants were restless for power, and Lindsay gave it to them. Appointed vice chairman of the Kerner Commission studying race riots in America, it was Lindsay who persuaded his colleagues to declare that racism was entirely to blame for the ghetto’s problems. The commission’s report helped push America away from an inclusive urban agenda that emphasized racial integration and toward a divisive, counterproductive one that stressed black power and community empowerment…
…Lindsay reshaped the notion of public assistance, previously considered a short-term safety net; anything more, in FDR’s prophetic words, risked becoming “a narcotic, a subtle destroyer of the human spirit.” Lindsay funded seminars on how to recruit ever more welfare recipients, abandoned screening of applicants’ eligibility, and set no time limits on benefits. Under his welfare commissioner, “Come and Get It” Mitchell Ginsberg, welfare rolls doubled, even though black unemployment was just 4 percent when Lindsay first took office.
To pay for this, Lindsay instituted New York’s first-ever personal income tax, and he hiked corporate taxes. Otherwise, he showed little interest in the private sector. Unsurprisingly, New York’s now tax-crushed economy crashed at the start of his second term…Lindsay was so convinced of the moral justness of his cause that he dismissed anyone who questioned him (especially any outer-borough white) as a bigot, and rushed ahead with his ideas. Their unintended consequences still haunt New York, and the nation.
Yet Lindsay’s controversial legacy–a battle to improve the lot of the city’s poor, even if it came at the expense of the white middle class–continues to influence New York City’s political life.…he backed economic programs to aid blacks and Latinos but ran afoul of white ethnic voters outside Manhattan who felt threatened…Lindsay pushed for integrated housing in white neighborhoods, only to spark a firestorm of protest…
…“To this day, when you mention Lindsay’s name to a lot of people in Queens and Brooklyn, you get a nasty response,” said political consultant Hank Sheinkopf. “His name is synonymous with white flight to the suburbs and a sense among some whites that New York didn’t care about them.”
“Let us not be so generous about who it was he was confronting,” said Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.), who was Lindsay’s human rights commissioner. “These were not just folks who wanted to make sure that everything remained stable. These people [white ethnics] said, ‘Not a one of them [blacks] in this neighborhood.’ It’s difficult to find an accommodation with that.”
Thus, the Anglo-Negro-Jew alliance to destroy White ethnics. That a few Jewish schoolteachers may have suffered means nothing – just some collateral damage. The main mass of Jews were right on board the Lindsay Train (air-conditioned for kosher comfort). And, no, I don’t believe that guys like Lindsay were merely naive. How could they not know what they were doing? It was pure ethnic aggression – using Blacks and Hispanics as potent biological weapons against the hated White ethnics. And what weapons! More destructive than an atom bomb – just compare Detroit or Baltimore to Hiroshima and Nagasaki. By the end of Lindsay’s mayoralty, the South Bronx looked worse than the outskirts of Hiroshima after Little Boy. He knew exactly – exactly – what he was doing. It was pure, unadulterated maliciousness.
Gee, Durocher finally mentions East Asian admixture in Northern Europe. His interpretation, his context, about this will of course not be surprising to readers of this blog:
We can then expect that this typically Nordic combination of genetic uniqueness and quality healthcare systems will prove beneficial to humanity as a whole.
They may be admixed, but, by gummint, they’re beneficial – beneficial, I say! – to humanity as a whole. And don’t you forget it!
Hilarious. And so utterly predictable.
And note the focus on Finland, as if clines of genes frequencies respect political borders. Bromstad and Bjork are not Finnish. Or Russian. Or Hungarian, etc.
Sallis’ Law in action again – from this Durocher article on Finns, a comment includes:
And I guess there is something to preserve in having people who, of Europeans, are genetically as far as possible from Italians.
Come now, no matter what an article is about, we gotta fit dem dere dagoes in somewhere, preferably with a negative connotation.
And from another comment:
Actually, minus the refugees, crime and aggression are low in Finland. Judges are not blown up like they are in Sicily. There is no widespread organized crime in Finland. Whereas New Jersey and other East Coast cities have always had to deal with the mafia, the heavily Finnish Minnesota and Upper Michigan never did.
Keep in mind, the article was about not about Italians. But, hey, it doesn’t matter. The article could have been about the cost of orange juice in Nebraska, and the wops would fit in somehow. The cost is lower in Nebraska, you see, because there are no racially mixed Arabic-Negro MENA Sicilian mafiosos controlling the orange juice trade. Dat right!
The fetishists seem to think about nothing else, day or night, than (Southern) Italians. What would they do if the wops never existed? Well, there’s always the Portuguese, I suppose.
The not-so-secret secret of Der Movement is that it has Italians – at least Southern Italians – at the bottom of the racial hierarchy. They are the people about which nothing positive is ever said or written. After all, the Jews are praised for their high IQ, the Negroes for their athletics and music, even the Australian Aboriginals are praised for their spatial skills. But the wops? They are just little greasy five foot tall superstitious roaches, scurrying around, desperately trying to avoid Humphrey Ireland’s frantic foot stomping.
To evaluate physical attractiveness in women with and without endometriosis.
Three hundred nulliparous women.
Assessment of attractiveness by four independent female and male observers.
A graded attractiveness rating scale.
A total of 31 of 100 women in the rectovaginal endometriosis group (cases) were judged as attractive or very attractive, compared with 8 of 100 in the peritoneal and ovarian endometriosis group and 9 of 100 in the group of subjects without endometriosis. A higher proportion of cases first had intercourse before age 18 (53%, 39%, and 30%, respectively). The mean ± SD body mass index in women with rectovaginal endometriosis, in those with other disease forms, and in those without endometriosis was, respectively, 21.0 ± 2.5, 21.3 ± 3.3, and 22.1 ± 3.6. The median (interquartile range) waist-to-hip ratio and breast-to-underbreast ratio were, respectively, 0.75 (0.71-0.81), 0.76 (0.71-0.81), and 0.78 (0.73-0.83), and 1.15 (1.12-1.20), 1.14 (1.10-1.17), and 1.15 (1.11-1.18).
Women with rectovaginal endometriosis were judged to be more attractive than those in the two control groups. Moreover, they had a leaner silhouette, larger breasts, and an earlier coitarche.