A Toast To The New Year: Via Back Roads’ Blog

A Toast To The New Year.

Sicilian Cannoli

You will need fresh, crispy cannoli shells. For the adventuresome, of course you can make your own. For those who don’t have the time or inclination, there are very good ready made shells.

For the cream, you will need a 15 oz. container of whole milk ricotta, 1/4 c. confectioners sugar, 1/2 tsp. vanilla, 2 tsp. Marsala or Grand Marnier (my favorite), a tsp. or more of grated orange rind, and a pinch of cinnamon. Mix well until combined and smooth. To the cream, you can add chocolate chips or chopped candied citron. Refrigerate for at least two hours before filling the shells. Pipe into the shells and decorate with finely chopped chocolate, chocolate chips or chopped pistachios if you want to be traditional.

BLACKS In Holland via Elliot Lake News @ WordPress

My question is: Are people of a certain skills level being either encouraged, or forced to migrate to prosperous countries in order to slowly deplete wealth, and government structure?

BLACKS In Holland.

Peter Stuyvesant
In the 1970s the first (immigrant) wave came from Surinam (South America), then in the 1980s the second wave from the Antilles (the Caribbean), and in the 1990s the third wave from Somalia (Africa).
Since elites in the media and academic world never tire of saying that mass immigration is beneficial to the receiving country, it is good to put this thesis to the test using publicly available government sources and applying it to Negro migration.

In 2010 the research centre of Erasmus University of Rotterdam produced a report at the request of the Dutch government on the effects of public investment on the empowerment of (Black Caribbean) Antillean communities (141,000 immigrants) in Holland between 2005 and 2008.

[Read about: Holland, Michigan]

The local projects did not yield ANY positive results, and in some cases the situation was even worse than before any government intervention. The main problems are broken families, school dropout, unemployment, and criminality.

[…]

One of the consequences is that in 2008 there were 14 times (14X) more [Black] Antilleans in jail than native Dutch, if the figures are corrected to reflect their ratio of the population. The over-representation of the Antilleans in jail compared to their crime rate is mainly the result of the brutal violence that is a hallmark of (Black Caribbean) Antillean criminals.

SOMALI refugees don’t fare any better than their Black brethren from the Caribbean. The prospect of Somalis in Holland is so bleak that the integration report mentioned above tells us that the only “bright spot“ is that there are not so many of them!! (22,000 in ’09)

[ See: Shelbyville, TN & Somalis ]

[…]

Forty percent (40%) of Somali males aged 15–64 have no job and as a result they are registered as recipients of social welfare. The heavy reliance of broken families on social welfare is illustrated by the fact that 46% of Somali women rely on welfare.

[,,,]

Behavior, criminality and IQ

There has been a lot of investigation into the root causes of the failure of Negroid communities to achieve economic success.

[,,,]

The outcome was that more than half had an IQ of LESS than 85, indicating that their average IQ is below that of American Blacks (average 85 IQ) and implying that a substantial percentage are in the retarded range (i.e., IQ < 70).

[…]

A glance at the world map with the average IQ per country indicates that this level of IQ is normal in among Blacks in the Caribbean, with average IQ’s ranging between 80 and 85, but significantly lower for Haiti, presumably because Haitians have relatively little admixture with Whites.

[…]

The groups are far more similar than different: both groups show the same Negroid culture of absent fathers, contempt for education, and a preference of criminality and idleness over work habits.

They are neither willing, nor able to make a contribution for the common welfare of Western countries. This should be a warning for advocates of Sub-Saharan (and Caribbean) immigration to America and Europe.

“Anniversary Roast” via jayjaysfavorites’ blog

"Anniversary Roast"~ from my daughter, guest blogger..

Kara’s Anniversary Roast

Ingredients

1. 3 1/2 pounds boneless beef chuck roast
2. 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
3. 2 tablespoons olive oil
4. 1 cup water
5. 1 cup red wine (merlot)
6. 1 1/2 Tablespoon Herbs de Provence* can be purchased, or see below
7. 1 teaspoon salt
8. 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
9. 1 onion, sliced
10. 6 carrots, peeled and cut into 2-inch disks

Directions

1. Preheat an oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
2. Sprinkle the roast evenly with the flour and set aside. Heat the olive oil in an oven-proof Dutch oven with lid (or heavy pot, such as cast iron/ stainless steel) over medium-high heat. Brown the roast on all sides, about 10 minutes total; remove from the heat. Pour in the water and wine. Sprinkle with the Herbs de Provence, salt, and pepper. Arrange the onion slices on the roast.
3. Replace the cover and bake in the preheated oven for 3 hours. Add the carrots and continue baking covered until the roast pulls apart easily with a fork, about 1 hour longer. Enjoy!!! Yum!

**Herbes de Provence~ if you don’t have this in your cupboard, here is a recipe for it.

* 3 tablespoons oregano leaves
* 3 tablespoons thyme leaves
* 1 teaspoon basil leaves
* 1 teaspoon sage leaf
* 3 tablespoons savory
* 2 tablespoons lavender flowers (if you have no access to these…I’d skip them)
* 1 teaspoon rosemary

1.
Combine and mix well.
2.
Store the mixture in small airtight jars in a dark cool location.

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