Targeting of minority heritage in South Africa

In this episode of the #TheWorldMustKnow / #DieWêreldMoetWeet series, based on AfriForum’s comprehensive report on the persecution of minority communities in South Africa, I discuss the “Targeting minority heritage” section of the report.

The heritage of minority groups in South Africa is being targeted by, among others, prominent politicians and the government. Statues are removed or vandalized, Afrikaans town, street or building names are changed, and minorities are scapegoated through distortion of historical facts and criminalizing of their European forebears.

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Woman Shocked To Discover Her Co-Worker’s Face Can Unlock Her iPhone

Woman Shocked To Discover Her Co-Worker's Face Can Unlock Her iPhone

Everyone’s been fawning over the iPhone X recently, but here’s something that’s got us a little puzzled and worried about its facial recognition function.

The idea of that security measure, of course, is to make sure nobody but you can unlock your phone. It’s all very science fiction, but it seems more and more like we’re living in the future, so it’s hardly surprising.

But it seems the future isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. For while Apple have said their facial recognition software on the iPhone X is top-notch and that the chances of somebody else being able to unlock your phone is – literally – ‘one in a million’, a woman called Yan has already proved that’s clearly not the case.

Hailing from Nanjing in China, Yan got her hands on an iPhone X, only to discover that her co-worker could easily unlock it with her face, too. Even after a major rejig of the configuration settings.

Read more here at LB

How Amazon Spies on Americans with Face-Rekognition | Information Technology

Amazon Facial Detection Software Identifies Dark-Skinned Females as Male

Amazon’s much-vaunted facial recognition software – currently the subject of a concerted effort to halt its production – regularly identifies dark-skinned females as males, it has emerged.

This is not the first time that Artificial Intelligence has had “problems” with the automatic analysis of dark-skinned people. In 2015, Google was the subject of much media controversy when its Google Photos app regularly identified black people as “gorillas.”

In 2018, Google admitted that it had been unable to solve the auto-identification of black people as “gorillas,” and had therefore resorted to simply preventing Google Photos from ever labelling any image as a gorilla, chimpanzee, or monkey – even pictures of the primates themselves.

For example, the identification of dark-skinned females as males is of course due to the well-known African racial trait of androgyny—the state where there is no clear distinction between male and female in facial appearance.

This racial trait is most clear in Africans of unmixed racial origin, such as these two early 20th Century French postcards from Africa reveal. On the left, a female from the Mogandi tribe in the Congo, and on the right, a male from the Bassoundi tribe, also in the Congo.

If liberals did not deny the reality of race, then software identification errors would not occur. In fact, if liberals did not deny the reality of race, then many problems facing the entire globe would not occur.

Read more here from The Daily Archives

White people are called racist for saying colored people look alike, but computer software has the same problem!

Maybe there are some truth to it!

Culture is Downstream of Politics?

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Winning the Culture War

Why Forced Diversity Doesn’t Work

The Death Cult

Whatever you FOCUS on you will be more sensitive to

Noise – How the News Makes You Know Less and Makes you Feel Bad

The Fable of the Hen and the Wild Turkey

MGTOW – My Opinion of “Men Going Their Own Way”

The Coming Creative Boom

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How to Use Nostalgia Positively

Diversity in Publishing – The War Never Ends

“C-U-C-K” (etc.) is now “soft-banned” from YouTube comments

Black Panther – The Politics of Race and Ethnicity

The Frankfurt School and Critical Theory – Cultural Marxism

Fifth-Generation Warfare

Fourth-generation warfare (4GW)

Rules for Radicals

Salami tactics

Everything you need to know about Hollywood and why you should boycott it

Cultural marxism in commercials

Normies dislike degeneracy

Foreigner Convicted of Weapons Possession

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A 25-year-old man of unknown nationality was sentenced last week at a trial at the Court of Sønderborg to two and a half years in prison and entry ban for possession of illegal weapons.

The incident took place on 28 May at the Frøslev Border Crossing, where the 25-year-old man, along with a 26-year-old Iranian man, was travelling in a passenger car and was taken to the attention of the special Police and Customs Unit.

During the inspection, the customs officer suspected the men, and in a subsequent investigation in the Customs Agency’s investigation hall in Padborg, customs officers found a 9-mm Glock pistol and 49 cartridges hidden in the vehicle.

The two men were subsequently arrested by police and remanded in custody.

Both have pleaded not guilty in the case.

Both were charged with unlawful possession of weapons, but the 26-year-old Iranian man was acquitted by the court as there was no technical evidence to link the man to the illegal gun and ammunition.

The 25-year-old, who was also convicted of using fake Bulgarian ID papers in connection with entry, has asked for a period of reflection on the appeal of the judgment.

Source: Danish Police

24-year-old Turk has been sentenced to one and a half years’ imprisonment for robbery, marijuana sales and violence – and deported from Denmark

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On Wednesday 12 February, a robber threatened staff at a supermarket on Egelundsvej in Albertslund with a knife to hand over money and ran away. The following day, a then 23-year-old man turned himself in and was remanded in custody on Friday, February 14.

On Friday, November 13, he – now 24 years old – was serving five other criminal charges, the indictment added. They included the prior sale of a total of almost 300 grams of hashish, violence against his ex-girlfriend and vandalism at a tanning bed.

Despite the defendant refusing to beat the ex-girlfriend, the court found him guilty of all six counts and sentenced him to an unconditional prison term of one and a half years in prison.

The court also ordered that, after serving time, the convicted person must be deported to Turkey with an entry ban for 12 years, even though he was born and raised in Denmark. The sentence was based, among other things, on the basis of previous convictions against the man.

Source: Danish Police

This person will very likely only serve half time, before going back to Turkey.

Five years imprisonment and deportation (back to Turkey) for gun possession

53-year-old Turkish male sentenced to five years in prison and deportation from the country for good.

Nine months imprisonment for robbery with a yield of 63 kroner (10USD)

South Jutland police received Wednesday evening notification that a 15-year-old Danish girl had been raped during a holiday in Turkey.

36-year-old Turkish man sentenced to 13 years in prison for killing wife, stabbed her 33 times

Border control revealed Turkish hash smugglers

Three Romanian men arrested after string of trick thefts

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North Jutland Police on Thursday arrested three Romanian men, aged 19, 25, 42, who are suspected of having been behind numerous trick thefts against small businesses and businesses in Jutland in the last few days.

Source: Danish Police

Two Romanian men have each been sentenced to 10 months in prison and deportation with a six-year ban for possession of stolen professional tools

Romanian man charged with home robbery extradited to Denmark

Four Romanians convicted of covid document forgery in connection with entry

Three Romanian men jailed for multiple trick thefts

Two Romanian men remanded in custody in case of large-scale theft of professional tools

Two Romanian men sentenced to prison and deportation for extensive racketeering of tools.

Six Romanian and one Danish nationals have been arrested and charged in a case involving extensive racketeering of, among other things, stolen construction machinery, white goods and a larger amount of power tools

Romania has requested that one of its nationals be arrested and extradited for prosecution.

Two Romanians jailed and deported for shoplifting in Jutland

Two Romanians are being held on trial for large-scale theft of tools

Two Romanian nationals Convicted and Expelled for Abusing Elderly People’s Credit Card.

Three Romanian nationals remanded in custody for blasting an ATM

Romanians convicted of burglary in several villages

Three Romanian men arrested after thefts at Mors

Romanians sentenced to prison and deported after computer thefts

49-year-old Romanian sentenced to prison and deportation for trick theft, data fraud and theft.

Two Romanian men broke into a construction market in Hune and stole expensive tools. A few days later, arrested in around Skive, suspected of burglary.

Four Romanian criminals sentenced a total of 10 years in prison for 17 burglaries

Romanian extradited and convicted of trick theft

Drunk Romanian sentenced to imprisonment and expulsion for negligent manslaughter

44-year-old male from Romania sentenced to four months of unconditional imprisonment and expelled from Denmark.

Four Romanians arrested for burglaries committed throughout West Denmark

Romanian sentenced to imprisonment and expulsion for attempted intrusion

Three Romanian citizens, in custody, charged with the theft.

Travelling bands of criminal foreigners a major headache for Denmark!

Eastern Europe is our Mexico!

Two Romanian men have each been sentenced to 10 months in prison and deportation with a six-year ban for possession of stolen professional tools

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Two Romanian men, aged 20 and 25, were sentenced at the Court of Sønderborg to 10 months in prison and a six-year entry ban for stolen goods at the High Court in Sønderborg.

The two men were arrested on 10 September in a Romanian station wagon on Sønderjyske Highway near Padborg by Jutland police.

The officers suspected the vehicle, which was on its way out of Denmark, loaded with tools, after which the two people were arrested and remanded in custody.

Source: Danish Police

Romanian man charged with home robbery extradited to Denmark

Four Romanians convicted of covid document forgery in connection with entry

Three Romanian men jailed for multiple trick thefts

Two Romanian men remanded in custody in case of large-scale theft of professional tools

Two Romanian men sentenced to prison and deportation for extensive racketeering of tools.

Six Romanian and one Danish nationals have been arrested and charged in a case involving extensive racketeering of, among other things, stolen construction machinery, white goods and a larger amount of power tools

Romania has requested that one of its nationals be arrested and extradited for prosecution.

Two Romanians jailed and deported for shoplifting in Jutland

Two Romanians are being held on trial for large-scale theft of tools

Two Romanian nationals Convicted and Expelled for Abusing Elderly People’s Credit Card.

Three Romanian nationals remanded in custody for blasting an ATM

Romanians convicted of burglary in several villages

Three Romanian men arrested after thefts at Mors

Romanians sentenced to prison and deported after computer thefts

49-year-old Romanian sentenced to prison and deportation for trick theft, data fraud and theft.

Two Romanian men broke into a construction market in Hune and stole expensive tools. A few days later, arrested in around Skive, suspected of burglary.

Four Romanian criminals sentenced a total of 10 years in prison for 17 burglaries

Romanian extradited and convicted of trick theft

Drunk Romanian sentenced to imprisonment and expulsion for negligent manslaughter

44-year-old male from Romania sentenced to four months of unconditional imprisonment and expelled from Denmark.

Four Romanians arrested for burglaries committed throughout West Denmark

Romanian sentenced to imprisonment and expulsion for attempted intrusion

Three Romanian citizens, in custody, charged with the theft.

Travelling bands of criminal foreigners a major headache for Denmark!

Eastern Europe is our Mexico!