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First, the US – along with other high IQ countries – is one of the very safest countries for young women in the world. Rape in civilized countries is an order of magnitude or two lower than in the Third World.

College campuses, where people are generally brighter than average, can be expected to be even safer (convicts have 1 S.D. lower IQs than the population at large – and rapists have even lower IQs than other violent convicts).

By these measures, Yale should be in the 99th percentile of safety from rape even in the US. It is one of the very safest places for young women in the entire world.

But there’s some additional, pretty minor details:

  1. Never reported these “rape gang” parties to the police.
  2. Neither did any of her friends.
  3. Can’t recall the date of the party.
  4. Claims she has a fear of flying, but stayed at an airport hotel in Maryland this August
  5. Long-term boyfriend says she never mentioned Kavanaugh in their 6 years together nor suffered from fear of flying
  6. Helped a friend prepare for a lie detector test
  7. Cheated on said boyfriend
  8. Committed credit card fraud against boyfriend when he decided to drop the crazy

So Kavanaugh almost certainly raped nothing except SJW feelz.

Even if many psychopathic status maximizing Bioleninists beg to differ.

ioffe-kovalev-psycho

Seriously, I don’t even care about Kavanaugh. Being a foreigner I have no reason to (except, perhaps, insofar as how this imbroglio influences the coming midterm elections).

But this witch-hunt – with white, intelligent, successful, conservative Chads playing the role of latter-day witches – has reached levels of flat on its face absurdity that shouldn’t even be possible.

 
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  1. Absurd case imo, what happened to presumption of innocence? The whole thing is totally unprovable. And even if he did something inappropriate (my understanding is, he’s not even accused of consummated rape), it’s bizarre that the alleged misdeeds of a teenager are brought up like this almost 40 years later.
    US liberals are just total scum.

    • Replies: @anon
    Not that there wasn't enough real dirty laundry in K's past.

    https://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/what-brett-kavanaugh-must-be-asked-about-torture-guantanamo-and-mass-surveillance

    ( I know, on this blog, only good raghead is dead raghead, the more suffering the better. But the majority is not yet so woke as you.)
    , @Mr. XYZ
    I suspect that a part of liberals' anger towards Kavanaugh is that, as an originalist, he is going to be unlikely to show much--if any--mercy to other people who did bad things in their teenage years. For instance, Kavanaugh might uphold a death penalty sentence for someone who committed, say, rape or murder during their teenage years.
    , @Mr. XYZ
    For the record, I am not unequivocally opposed to forgiving him for things that he did as a teen (such as this attempted rape). However, I share liberals' concern that Kavanaugh would probably be unlikely to forgive other teens for their misdeeds if their cases ever reached the U.S. Supreme Court.
    , @Prester John
    Am seriously wondering at this point whether this whole thing is a big con. This woman said she saw a "therapist" in 2012. Not only did she not ID him/her but, and this is significant, she wasn't even asked to under oath. Furthermore, the "notes" to which she referred have never materialized because her lawyers refused to turn them over. So---ARE there any notes? Did she REALLY tell this "therapist" that she was assaulted? Inquiring minds want to know.
  2. You should add the proposed solutions (by Martin van Creveld and Ayatollah Khamenei) I and German_reader linked in the other thread! They are hilarious.

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    What’s this? Something about van Creveld?
  3. LOL You seem to trust Western media on Russia, why don’t you trust them on Kavanaugh?

    • Replies: @jimmyriddle
    Because they provided evidence in one case and not in the other.

    In the Skripal incident, the Russians were photographed at the scene, and their explanations were laughable (particularly their fear of 2cm of snow).

    In the Kavanaugh farce, every falsifiable statement of the accusers has been disproved. Eg she has a fear of flying, but is found to have more frequent flyer points than the pope.
  4. Obviously developed country like America is much more safe for women, than any undeveloped country.

    And probably also, educated or bourgeois environment, is even safer than this.

    However, university campus, especially in traditional American style where it can be quite isolated from the city – will be expectedly an environment with high rates of rape reports.

    This is where isolated young people, desperate for sex, and drunk, are living without jobs and with a lot of free time for having parties in which they don’t remember what happened the day later.

    • Replies: @iffen
    D., did you ever not remember what happen the day before?
    , @Dissident
    While admittedly a pretty far-off tangent, this comment of yours and all the talk about parties, etc. reminded me of an old Yakov Smirnoff gag:

    In America, you can always find a party.
    In Soviet Russia, The Party always finds you.
  5. The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters and appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives. Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life. Mitch McConnell has made it quietly known that any Republican Senator who does not vote to confirm Kavanaugh will be a persona non grata in the party. Such Senators can expect to be primaried and have doors closed to them if they become lobbyists.

    Odds of a Blue Wave have now gone down, and it seems like that the GOP will even add Senate seats.

    Own goal by Feinstein and the Democrats. Kavanaugh will be confirmed and furious Middle American conservatives will turn out to the polls.

    As for the allegations, I don’t doubt that annihilated mackerel snapping lace curtain preppies groped Easy Blasey (as she was known in the 1980s), perhaps even without her consent (who cares). No doubt Easy Blasey got groped and then some at many keggers. I do however doubt that it was Brett Kavanaugh on that alleged day.

    Incidentally, the early 1980s were the peak years of teenage partying in America. This can be seen in films from the era such as Animal House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.
    Kavanaugh’s partying behavior was still normal and ordinary when I was a teenager for that matter. I don’t recall anyone ever running a train on the girl (though I have heard of people in the US military doing this), but one girl blew a guy on the high school dance floor in front of everyone.

    Pretty much every weekend revolved around how to score beer (favored solution: garage hopping), where you could party, and how to get girls to show up (having beer and weed and a place to consume both was generally sufficient). The Stacies for their part were enthusiastic about getting drrrruuuuunk and hooking up with Chads. A good time was had by all, except one girl who drank so much she blacked out and started foaming at the mouth. The party host made the error of stuffing her in a closet rather than, you know, taking her to a hospital. This was made worse by the fact that she happened to be completely naked (she was known for stripping every time she got drunk).

    • Replies: @Felix Keverich

    The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters
     
    Midterms electorate is statistically whiter, and whites in the modern era vote Republican. You still have a problem with Florida and potentially Georgia turning blue in 2020. If not 2020, it will surely happen in 2024. It's only a matter of time.
    , @Dmitry

    House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.
     
    American films about highschool, are not mostly completely surreal fantasy, but have how much reality?

    -

    My imagination of the American classroom, is infected with surreal scenes like this classic film Donnie Darko:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p20GYzCnfr0

    , @iffen
    Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life.

    John McCain ain't around to bitch-slap him every week.
    , @iffen
    appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives.

    A major disappointment for boomers (Not the Greatest Generation): our peace dividend check bounced higher than Neil Armstrong.
    , @inertial

    Pretty much every weekend revolved around how to score beer (favored solution: garage hopping), where you could party, and how to get girls to show up (having beer and weed and a place to consume both was generally sufficient). The Stacies for their part were enthusiastic about getting drrrruuuuunk and hooking up with Chads. A good time was had by all, except one girl who drank so much she blacked out and started foaming at the mouth. The party host made the error of stuffing her in a closet rather than, you know, taking her to a hospital. This was made worse by the fact that she happened to be completely naked (she was known for stripping every time she got drunk).
     
    You grew up among WASP upper class kids, right? Or at least so you claimed in a past comment.
    , @The Alarmist

    "The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters and appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives. Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life. Mitch McConnell has made it quietly known that any Republican Senator who does not vote to confirm Kavanaugh will be a persona non grata in the party."
     
    Sounds more like the Kavanaugh affair is blue-pilling (as in Viagra) the Republican Party.
    , @Yevardian
    Simply disgusting! Almost makes me empathise with Talha.
    , @Anatoly Karlin
    I arrived in the US towards the very tail end of what I imagine was its "American Pie" era. (I don't think I intersected with "Animal House" at all, which is basically 1960s East Coast campus culture).

    You had these parties with the keggers and mild debauchery going on, but they declined visibly even during the time I was there. And even then they were more prevalent at the sports clubs than amongst the student population at large (I was in the skiing and snowboarding association).

    The "generation" before us was wilder, while "My" generation (of Americans, that is) was tamer; at most, some of the girls would bathe topless in the jacuzzi. The generation ahead of us was completely straightlaced and boring. All the drugs except weed were disappearing, and they even drank far less.
    , @academic gossip

    Incidentally, the early 1980s were the peak years of teenage partying in America. This can be seen in films from the era such as Animal House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.
     
    Adult drinking+sex partying maxed in the 1970's though availability of harder drugs increased in the 80's. Teenage parties are a time-lagged version of the adult curve.

    L'Affaire Kavanaugh has many points in common with the 90's comedy film PCU (e.g., hysterical Womynists, political correctness, evil Republican traitors, and party animals as the heroes). The Supreme Court nomination scene is based on Douglas Ginsburg but pretty funny in relation to Kavanaugh:

    http://hooktube.com/_zqvc_rnSeg?t=1721

  6. @Thorfinnsson
    The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters and appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives. Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life. Mitch McConnell has made it quietly known that any Republican Senator who does not vote to confirm Kavanaugh will be a persona non grata in the party. Such Senators can expect to be primaried and have doors closed to them if they become lobbyists.

    Odds of a Blue Wave have now gone down, and it seems like that the GOP will even add Senate seats.

    Own goal by Feinstein and the Democrats. Kavanaugh will be confirmed and furious Middle American conservatives will turn out to the polls.

    As for the allegations, I don't doubt that annihilated mackerel snapping lace curtain preppies groped Easy Blasey (as she was known in the 1980s), perhaps even without her consent (who cares). No doubt Easy Blasey got groped and then some at many keggers. I do however doubt that it was Brett Kavanaugh on that alleged day.

    Incidentally, the early 1980s were the peak years of teenage partying in America. This can be seen in films from the era such as Animal House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.
    Kavanaugh's partying behavior was still normal and ordinary when I was a teenager for that matter. I don't recall anyone ever running a train on the girl (though I have heard of people in the US military doing this), but one girl blew a guy on the high school dance floor in front of everyone.

    Pretty much every weekend revolved around how to score beer (favored solution: garage hopping), where you could party, and how to get girls to show up (having beer and weed and a place to consume both was generally sufficient). The Stacies for their part were enthusiastic about getting drrrruuuuunk and hooking up with Chads. A good time was had by all, except one girl who drank so much she blacked out and started foaming at the mouth. The party host made the error of stuffing her in a closet rather than, you know, taking her to a hospital. This was made worse by the fact that she happened to be completely naked (she was known for stripping every time she got drunk).

    The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters

    Midterms electorate is statistically whiter, and whites in the modern era vote Republican. You still have a problem with Florida and potentially Georgia turning blue in 2020. If not 2020, it will surely happen in 2024. It’s only a matter of time.

    • Replies: @iffen
    Blind pig.
    , @AquariusAnon
    Liberals have already taken over Georgia as far as I know. It doesn't even feel like your in the South anymore in Atlanta at all. The boomers are the last holdouts, and Georgia outside of Greater Atlanta is emptying out of productive millennials
  7. @German_reader
    Absurd case imo, what happened to presumption of innocence? The whole thing is totally unprovable. And even if he did something inappropriate (my understanding is, he's not even accused of consummated rape), it's bizarre that the alleged misdeeds of a teenager are brought up like this almost 40 years later.
    US liberals are just total scum.

    Not that there wasn’t enough real dirty laundry in K’s past.

    https://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/what-brett-kavanaugh-must-be-asked-about-torture-guantanamo-and-mass-surveillance

    ( I know, on this blog, only good raghead is dead raghead, the more suffering the better. But the majority is not yet so woke as you.)

    • Replies: @German_reader
    Sure, his actions during the Bush administration can certainly be criticized with good reason and might be legitimately adduced to exclude him from the Supreme court.
    It's kind of symptomatic of US political discourse that this isn't brought up (because both political parties are in essential agreement about many elements of US foreign policy), instead one gets this bizarre spectacle about teenage misdeeds, with high school yearbooks as "evidence".
    (And I've never taken the position "only good raghead is dead raghead", I'm opposed to Western interventions in the Mideast. I'm not going to pretend though that Islam is just fine and the presence of Muslims in Europe not a serious problem).
  8. …has reached levels of flat on its face absurdity that shouldn’t even be possible.

    Any society always generates some crazy women. When you lose the ability to control them this happens.

    Kavanaugh didn’t ‘rape‘ anyone (among the ones who popped up so far). This is just a symbolic ritual to affirm the metastasizing ideology of multi-feminist-homo-one-world fanatics. They are on a roll, next they will discover that Kavanaugh is maybe ‘part-Russian’ or that young Putin slipped him that ‘grain alcohol’. (Could there be sanctions for that?)

    There is harmony in reaching levels where all can finally be explained, no doubt, reality doesn’t intrude. People who lack real experiences (like most Americans) crave clarity, I am surprised it took this long.

    What is sad is the inability of the remaining sane establishment in Washington to handle this. They are cornered, this will escalate more. And then they will re-open the mental institutions.

  9. @anon
    Not that there wasn't enough real dirty laundry in K's past.

    https://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/what-brett-kavanaugh-must-be-asked-about-torture-guantanamo-and-mass-surveillance

    ( I know, on this blog, only good raghead is dead raghead, the more suffering the better. But the majority is not yet so woke as you.)

    Sure, his actions during the Bush administration can certainly be criticized with good reason and might be legitimately adduced to exclude him from the Supreme court.
    It’s kind of symptomatic of US political discourse that this isn’t brought up (because both political parties are in essential agreement about many elements of US foreign policy), instead one gets this bizarre spectacle about teenage misdeeds, with high school yearbooks as “evidence”.
    (And I’ve never taken the position “only good raghead is dead raghead”, I’m opposed to Western interventions in the Mideast. I’m not going to pretend though that Islam is just fine and the presence of Muslims in Europe not a serious problem).

    • Replies: @reiner Tor

    I’ve never taken the position “only good raghead is dead raghead”
     
    No one has in these threads. I don't know where this anonymous is getting this idea, but he's wrong.

    Almost all commenters here oppose Western (and long term, even Russian) intervention in the Middle East.
    , @Dissident

    It’s kind of symptomatic of US political discourse that this isn’t brought up (because both political parties are in essential agreement about many elements of US foreign policy), instead one gets this bizarre spectacle about teenage misdeeds, with high school yearbooks as “evidence”.
     
    Yes, I quite agree. Much like the now-infamous anonymously published NY Times Op-Ed purported to have been authored by "a senior official in the Trump administration". Now, to be clear, let me first note that I, for one (in contrast to what I have seen from many in these parts), find at least some of the concerns that have been raised regarding the President's temperament and fitness to rule to be valid. What I found most remarkable about that Op-Ed, however, was that it seemed to me that the author's real problem with Trump was that when meeting with foreign leaders and waging foreign policy, the President is insufficiently belligerent.

    Should any of this come as any surprise at this point? Going all the way back to the Presidential campaign, how many people believe that the establishment's real problem with Trump was ever his lurid vulgarity and narcissim? For merely speaking against immigration, the President was likened to Hitler-- by people who bear direct culpability and complicity in foreign policy that has ravaged entire nations, leaving mass carnage and misery with no end in sight in its wake. Rather obscene, is it not?

    (To paraphrase a comment from the Unz poster "Working Class" that has stood-out in my memory,
    So, after bombing and killing millions of them, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama really do care about Muslims after all. Who knew?

    I’m opposed to Western interventions in the Mideast. I’m not going to pretend though that Islam is just fine and the presence of Muslims in Europe not a serious problem).
     
    Do you actually have a problem, necessarily, with Islam, per se? As John Derbyshire and no doubt others have pointed-out, one need not take any position on Islam, per se in order to oppose the realities that now prevail with regard to Muslim immigration and demographics in the West.

    Also, is it only in the Mideast that you oppose Western military intervention?
  10. I think we can permanently flip the Upper Midwest and even make inroads into New England. Trump would’ve won New Hampshire if not for that stupid slut Kelly Ayotte torpedoing them both, and he picked up one EV With Trump and populism now normal, we should be able to recapture suburban moderates in places like Virginia and Colorado. Asians might be more malleable than we’ve seen as well–they voted 49% Republican in the 2014 mid-terms (and were once a Republican constituency, though that owes much to demographics and the Cold War).

    But sure, you’re right about the fundamental part. Time is running out, and Trump while nice is by far not enough. The country needs Ben Tillman, not Trump.

    We don’t need the H-man as we can simply execute Operation Thorfinnsson to permanently encode white supremacy into the US Constitution. Kris Kobach could plausibly do something like this, and he’s about to be elected Governor of Kansas.

    • Replies: @LondonBob
    Wisconsin will flip next time. US is transitioning from sectional voting (South, Backcountry, Mid Atlantic, Yankeedom) to racial.

    Smart of Trump to drag the Kavanaugh thing out, energising the base.
  11. @Thorfinnsson
    The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters and appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives. Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life. Mitch McConnell has made it quietly known that any Republican Senator who does not vote to confirm Kavanaugh will be a persona non grata in the party. Such Senators can expect to be primaried and have doors closed to them if they become lobbyists.

    Odds of a Blue Wave have now gone down, and it seems like that the GOP will even add Senate seats.

    Own goal by Feinstein and the Democrats. Kavanaugh will be confirmed and furious Middle American conservatives will turn out to the polls.

    As for the allegations, I don't doubt that annihilated mackerel snapping lace curtain preppies groped Easy Blasey (as she was known in the 1980s), perhaps even without her consent (who cares). No doubt Easy Blasey got groped and then some at many keggers. I do however doubt that it was Brett Kavanaugh on that alleged day.

    Incidentally, the early 1980s were the peak years of teenage partying in America. This can be seen in films from the era such as Animal House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.
    Kavanaugh's partying behavior was still normal and ordinary when I was a teenager for that matter. I don't recall anyone ever running a train on the girl (though I have heard of people in the US military doing this), but one girl blew a guy on the high school dance floor in front of everyone.

    Pretty much every weekend revolved around how to score beer (favored solution: garage hopping), where you could party, and how to get girls to show up (having beer and weed and a place to consume both was generally sufficient). The Stacies for their part were enthusiastic about getting drrrruuuuunk and hooking up with Chads. A good time was had by all, except one girl who drank so much she blacked out and started foaming at the mouth. The party host made the error of stuffing her in a closet rather than, you know, taking her to a hospital. This was made worse by the fact that she happened to be completely naked (she was known for stripping every time she got drunk).

    House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.

    American films about highschool, are not mostly completely surreal fantasy, but have how much reality?

    -

    My imagination of the American classroom, is infected with surreal scenes like this classic film Donnie Darko:

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Most American high school films are completely unrealistic, except in the sense that life often imitates art: just as the FBI noted that mobsters started talking like characters in The Godfather only after the movie came out, a lot of American teenagers will imitate high school movie tropes (and adults will retcon their own lives to fit movie cliches).

    There are exceptions though. I strongly recommend the excellent and very realistic 1999 cult film Election as an examination of the dynamics of both American youth and American politics (and the significant interaction between the two). Supposedly Election is Obama's favorite film, which is interesting as the chief antagonist (or co-protagonist, depending on your perspective) is an obvious and fairly unflattering Hillary Clinton stand-in.

  12. @German_reader
    Sure, his actions during the Bush administration can certainly be criticized with good reason and might be legitimately adduced to exclude him from the Supreme court.
    It's kind of symptomatic of US political discourse that this isn't brought up (because both political parties are in essential agreement about many elements of US foreign policy), instead one gets this bizarre spectacle about teenage misdeeds, with high school yearbooks as "evidence".
    (And I've never taken the position "only good raghead is dead raghead", I'm opposed to Western interventions in the Mideast. I'm not going to pretend though that Islam is just fine and the presence of Muslims in Europe not a serious problem).

    I’ve never taken the position “only good raghead is dead raghead”

    No one has in these threads. I don’t know where this anonymous is getting this idea, but he’s wrong.

    Almost all commenters here oppose Western (and long term, even Russian) intervention in the Middle East.

  13. Whereas female behavior in modern times is highly slutty (not that I’m complaining! – at least personally…) this goes against the human evolutionary heritage – not to mention the superstructure created by the traditional private property system – which prizes female chastity.

    Is this bro science or do you can present scientific evidence about this?

  14. Though their conduct may be despicable, one has to admit that the Democrats are playing the Kavanaugh game with exceptional Machiavellian skill. It’s hard to avoid the conclusion that any system in which such tactics work is a grim engineering disaster.— Lex Corvus ♔ (@LexCorvus) 18 september 2018

  15. @Thorfinnsson
    I think we can permanently flip the Upper Midwest and even make inroads into New England. Trump would've won New Hampshire if not for that stupid slut Kelly Ayotte torpedoing them both, and he picked up one EV With Trump and populism now normal, we should be able to recapture suburban moderates in places like Virginia and Colorado. Asians might be more malleable than we've seen as well--they voted 49% Republican in the 2014 mid-terms (and were once a Republican constituency, though that owes much to demographics and the Cold War).

    But sure, you're right about the fundamental part. Time is running out, and Trump while nice is by far not enough. The country needs Ben Tillman, not Trump.

    We don't need the H-man as we can simply execute Operation Thorfinnsson to permanently encode white supremacy into the US Constitution. Kris Kobach could plausibly do something like this, and he's about to be elected Governor of Kansas.

    Wisconsin will flip next time. US is transitioning from sectional voting (South, Backcountry, Mid Atlantic, Yankeedom) to racial.

    Smart of Trump to drag the Kavanaugh thing out, energising the base.

  16. Being a foreigner I have no reason

    Stop writing shit like this. You ain’t no furerner. Less’n you renounced.

  17. @Dmitry
    Obviously developed country like America is much more safe for women, than any undeveloped country.

    And probably also, educated or bourgeois environment, is even safer than this.

    However, university campus, especially in traditional American style where it can be quite isolated from the city - will be expectedly an environment with high rates of rape reports.

    This is where isolated young people, desperate for sex, and drunk, are living without jobs and with a lot of free time for having parties in which they don't remember what happened the day later.

    D., did you ever not remember what happen the day before?

    • Replies: @Dmitry
    If you're asking me personally? I never drink until I fall unconscious, or enough that I can't remember things.

    But there are a lot of people who drink until they can't remember, and who drink until they fall unconscious. And girls at that age (university age), who drink until they are vomiting unconscious in some bathroom, is not uncommon, even without the introduction of "date rape drugs" - it's no wonder why American universities might develop some epidemic of rape reports, and some of this will also be attributable to "false memory syndrome".

  18. @Thorfinnsson
    The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters and appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives. Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life. Mitch McConnell has made it quietly known that any Republican Senator who does not vote to confirm Kavanaugh will be a persona non grata in the party. Such Senators can expect to be primaried and have doors closed to them if they become lobbyists.

    Odds of a Blue Wave have now gone down, and it seems like that the GOP will even add Senate seats.

    Own goal by Feinstein and the Democrats. Kavanaugh will be confirmed and furious Middle American conservatives will turn out to the polls.

    As for the allegations, I don't doubt that annihilated mackerel snapping lace curtain preppies groped Easy Blasey (as she was known in the 1980s), perhaps even without her consent (who cares). No doubt Easy Blasey got groped and then some at many keggers. I do however doubt that it was Brett Kavanaugh on that alleged day.

    Incidentally, the early 1980s were the peak years of teenage partying in America. This can be seen in films from the era such as Animal House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.
    Kavanaugh's partying behavior was still normal and ordinary when I was a teenager for that matter. I don't recall anyone ever running a train on the girl (though I have heard of people in the US military doing this), but one girl blew a guy on the high school dance floor in front of everyone.

    Pretty much every weekend revolved around how to score beer (favored solution: garage hopping), where you could party, and how to get girls to show up (having beer and weed and a place to consume both was generally sufficient). The Stacies for their part were enthusiastic about getting drrrruuuuunk and hooking up with Chads. A good time was had by all, except one girl who drank so much she blacked out and started foaming at the mouth. The party host made the error of stuffing her in a closet rather than, you know, taking her to a hospital. This was made worse by the fact that she happened to be completely naked (she was known for stripping every time she got drunk).

    Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life.

    John McCain ain’t around to bitch-slap him every week.

    • LOL: Talha
    • Replies: @anon
    He sounded even more hysterical than usual.
    Graham also appeared to me to suggest that he wasn't convinced of Kagan's and Sotomayor's credibility when he voted for them.
    Maybe someone needs to ask him about the meaning of that comment.
  19. @Felix Keverich

    The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters
     
    Midterms electorate is statistically whiter, and whites in the modern era vote Republican. You still have a problem with Florida and potentially Georgia turning blue in 2020. If not 2020, it will surely happen in 2024. It's only a matter of time.

    Blind pig.

    • Replies: @Felix Keverich
    Huh? Is this directed at me?
  20. @Thorfinnsson
    The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters and appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives. Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life. Mitch McConnell has made it quietly known that any Republican Senator who does not vote to confirm Kavanaugh will be a persona non grata in the party. Such Senators can expect to be primaried and have doors closed to them if they become lobbyists.

    Odds of a Blue Wave have now gone down, and it seems like that the GOP will even add Senate seats.

    Own goal by Feinstein and the Democrats. Kavanaugh will be confirmed and furious Middle American conservatives will turn out to the polls.

    As for the allegations, I don't doubt that annihilated mackerel snapping lace curtain preppies groped Easy Blasey (as she was known in the 1980s), perhaps even without her consent (who cares). No doubt Easy Blasey got groped and then some at many keggers. I do however doubt that it was Brett Kavanaugh on that alleged day.

    Incidentally, the early 1980s were the peak years of teenage partying in America. This can be seen in films from the era such as Animal House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.
    Kavanaugh's partying behavior was still normal and ordinary when I was a teenager for that matter. I don't recall anyone ever running a train on the girl (though I have heard of people in the US military doing this), but one girl blew a guy on the high school dance floor in front of everyone.

    Pretty much every weekend revolved around how to score beer (favored solution: garage hopping), where you could party, and how to get girls to show up (having beer and weed and a place to consume both was generally sufficient). The Stacies for their part were enthusiastic about getting drrrruuuuunk and hooking up with Chads. A good time was had by all, except one girl who drank so much she blacked out and started foaming at the mouth. The party host made the error of stuffing her in a closet rather than, you know, taking her to a hospital. This was made worse by the fact that she happened to be completely naked (she was known for stripping every time she got drunk).

    appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives.

    A major disappointment for boomers (Not the Greatest Generation): our peace dividend check bounced higher than Neil Armstrong.

  21. @iffen
    Blind pig.

    Huh? Is this directed at me?

    • Replies: @iffen
    Is this directed at me?

    Yes, I noticed that you finally got something correct.
  22. @reiner Tor
    You should add the proposed solutions (by Martin van Creveld and Ayatollah Khamenei) I and German_reader linked in the other thread! They are hilarious.

    What’s this? Something about van Creveld?

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    Based van Creveld:

    https://www.martin-van-creveld.com/some-solutions/

    And the good ayatollah:

    https://twitter.com/khamenei_ir/status/1047540289265647616
  23. Based Russian anchor:

    • Agree: ussr andy
    • Replies: @Dmitry
    Kiselyov only says things, which are good propaganda for the authorities. So if it can portray story about the decaying West, then he will create narrative about it so people can feel better about themselves. But if it's a topic, where West would look good, then we won't hear any interesting information.

    In other words, why would I waste time to watch video of him, instead of reading directly the English sources about the story? I could learn more information in five seconds of reading in English, then deciding my own view, than from listening to that video.

    , @ussr andy
    this is art. I wowed-just-wowed, wasn't being able to even!11 and was checking the calendar to reassure myself it's the current year, for all 10 minutes of the segment.
  24. @Twinkie
    What’s this? Something about van Creveld?

    Based van Creveld:

    https://www.martin-van-creveld.com/some-solutions/

    And the good ayatollah:

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    Ha ha. Very van Creveld. He did, after all, write a whole book on women as the privileged sex. I like him even more now.
  25. @Felix Keverich
    Huh? Is this directed at me?

    Is this directed at me?

    Yes, I noticed that you finally got something correct.

    • Replies: @Felix Keverich
    Well, I guess it's a good thing I discovered ignore function. You never say anything funny or interesting anyway. :)
  26. @iffen
    Is this directed at me?

    Yes, I noticed that you finally got something correct.

    Well, I guess it’s a good thing I discovered ignore function. You never say anything funny or interesting anyway. :)

    • Replies: @iffen
    CTI, two in a row.
  27. @Felix Keverich
    Well, I guess it's a good thing I discovered ignore function. You never say anything funny or interesting anyway. :)

    CTI, two in a row.

  28. I think of the people that keep being hysterical about how Iran or North Korea getting nuclear weapons, however those regimes are stable and civilized. Now compare this to the increasingly deranged society in America, the fact that these lunatics have these weapons is way scarier.

    • Agree: dfordoom
    • Replies: @iffen
    the fact that these lunatics have these weapons is way scarier.

    Throw in the obvious (we are the only ones to have ever used them) and you might need to stay up nights worrying.
  29. @neutral
    I think of the people that keep being hysterical about how Iran or North Korea getting nuclear weapons, however those regimes are stable and civilized. Now compare this to the increasingly deranged society in America, the fact that these lunatics have these weapons is way scarier.

    the fact that these lunatics have these weapons is way scarier.

    Throw in the obvious (we are the only ones to have ever used them) and you might need to stay up nights worrying.

    • Replies: @SafeNow
    And, regarding which countries’ governments and cultures are worrying: While the Senate fiasco was in progress, Mr. Putin was visiting the Russian national chess team’s training camp at Sochi.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    Throw in the obvious (we are the only ones to have ever used them) and you might need to stay up nights worrying.

     

    At least the party that used them isn't in power.
  30. @reiner Tor
    Based Russian anchor:

    https://youtu.be/UEb10RiUhV4

    Kiselyov only says things, which are good propaganda for the authorities. So if it can portray story about the decaying West, then he will create narrative about it so people can feel better about themselves. But if it’s a topic, where West would look good, then we won’t hear any interesting information.

    In other words, why would I waste time to watch video of him, instead of reading directly the English sources about the story? I could learn more information in five seconds of reading in English, then deciding my own view, than from listening to that video.

    • Replies: @Felix Keverich
    Millions of ordinary Russians, who don't understand English, know nothing about American politics etc, will watch Kiselev and get the idea that feminism is uncool. That kind of state-administered propaganda can be a force for good.
    , @Thorfinnsson
    I am an actual Westerner and native English speaker as you know.

    I watched the video. It was quite good, other than the unfortunate error of claiming Easy Blasey is a physics professor.

    The perspective he offered is generally not available in Western media at all.
  31. @iffen
    D., did you ever not remember what happen the day before?

    If you’re asking me personally? I never drink until I fall unconscious, or enough that I can’t remember things.

    But there are a lot of people who drink until they can’t remember, and who drink until they fall unconscious. And girls at that age (university age), who drink until they are vomiting unconscious in some bathroom, is not uncommon, even without the introduction of “date rape drugs” – it’s no wonder why American universities might develop some epidemic of rape reports, and some of this will also be attributable to “false memory syndrome”.

    • Replies: @iffen
    If you’re asking me personally?

    Yes, but rhetorical.

    But there are a lot of people who drink until they can’t remember,

    I do not believe this to be a fact. I would need some solid scientific work to make me change my mind.

    , @The Alarmist

    "But there are a lot of people who drink until they can’t remember, and who drink until they fall unconscious."
     
    And if you ask them if they have done either, they can truthfully answer that they do not recall.
  32. @Thorfinnsson
    The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters and appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives. Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life. Mitch McConnell has made it quietly known that any Republican Senator who does not vote to confirm Kavanaugh will be a persona non grata in the party. Such Senators can expect to be primaried and have doors closed to them if they become lobbyists.

    Odds of a Blue Wave have now gone down, and it seems like that the GOP will even add Senate seats.

    Own goal by Feinstein and the Democrats. Kavanaugh will be confirmed and furious Middle American conservatives will turn out to the polls.

    As for the allegations, I don't doubt that annihilated mackerel snapping lace curtain preppies groped Easy Blasey (as she was known in the 1980s), perhaps even without her consent (who cares). No doubt Easy Blasey got groped and then some at many keggers. I do however doubt that it was Brett Kavanaugh on that alleged day.

    Incidentally, the early 1980s were the peak years of teenage partying in America. This can be seen in films from the era such as Animal House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.
    Kavanaugh's partying behavior was still normal and ordinary when I was a teenager for that matter. I don't recall anyone ever running a train on the girl (though I have heard of people in the US military doing this), but one girl blew a guy on the high school dance floor in front of everyone.

    Pretty much every weekend revolved around how to score beer (favored solution: garage hopping), where you could party, and how to get girls to show up (having beer and weed and a place to consume both was generally sufficient). The Stacies for their part were enthusiastic about getting drrrruuuuunk and hooking up with Chads. A good time was had by all, except one girl who drank so much she blacked out and started foaming at the mouth. The party host made the error of stuffing her in a closet rather than, you know, taking her to a hospital. This was made worse by the fact that she happened to be completely naked (she was known for stripping every time she got drunk).

    Pretty much every weekend revolved around how to score beer (favored solution: garage hopping), where you could party, and how to get girls to show up (having beer and weed and a place to consume both was generally sufficient). The Stacies for their part were enthusiastic about getting drrrruuuuunk and hooking up with Chads. A good time was had by all, except one girl who drank so much she blacked out and started foaming at the mouth. The party host made the error of stuffing her in a closet rather than, you know, taking her to a hospital. This was made worse by the fact that she happened to be completely naked (she was known for stripping every time she got drunk).

    You grew up among WASP upper class kids, right? Or at least so you claimed in a past comment.

    • Replies: @Thorfinnsson
    Yes. Social milieu was in other words not very different than how Brett Kavanaugh grew up, other than that in my WASPy community papists were a minority.
  33. @inertial

    Pretty much every weekend revolved around how to score beer (favored solution: garage hopping), where you could party, and how to get girls to show up (having beer and weed and a place to consume both was generally sufficient). The Stacies for their part were enthusiastic about getting drrrruuuuunk and hooking up with Chads. A good time was had by all, except one girl who drank so much she blacked out and started foaming at the mouth. The party host made the error of stuffing her in a closet rather than, you know, taking her to a hospital. This was made worse by the fact that she happened to be completely naked (she was known for stripping every time she got drunk).
     
    You grew up among WASP upper class kids, right? Or at least so you claimed in a past comment.

    Yes. Social milieu was in other words not very different than how Brett Kavanaugh grew up, other than that in my WASPy community papists were a minority.

    • Replies: @Dmitry
    Still, you did not answer my question about American high school films, like Donnie Darko? This genre is actually, in some way, accurate?
    , @inertial
    Thanks. That was an interesting data point about our WASP betters whose passing from the top dog position is so lamented around these parts.
  34. @Dmitry
    Kiselyov only says things, which are good propaganda for the authorities. So if it can portray story about the decaying West, then he will create narrative about it so people can feel better about themselves. But if it's a topic, where West would look good, then we won't hear any interesting information.

    In other words, why would I waste time to watch video of him, instead of reading directly the English sources about the story? I could learn more information in five seconds of reading in English, then deciding my own view, than from listening to that video.

    Millions of ordinary Russians, who don’t understand English, know nothing about American politics etc, will watch Kiselev and get the idea that feminism is uncool. That kind of state-administered propaganda can be a force for good.

    • Replies: @Dmitry
    That's probably even a valid statement.

    Still, why would we watch him?
  35. @Felix Keverich
    Millions of ordinary Russians, who don't understand English, know nothing about American politics etc, will watch Kiselev and get the idea that feminism is uncool. That kind of state-administered propaganda can be a force for good.

    That’s probably even a valid statement.

    Still, why would we watch him?

    • Replies: @Felix Keverich
    You don't have to. You don't have to whine about it either.
  36. I watched the Senate testimony and my overriding impression was that no serious country would allow its senior legislative chamber to be run by dessicated octogenerians.

  37. @Thorfinnsson
    Yes. Social milieu was in other words not very different than how Brett Kavanaugh grew up, other than that in my WASPy community papists were a minority.

    Still, you did not answer my question about American high school films, like Donnie Darko? This genre is actually, in some way, accurate?

    • Replies: @Thorfinnsson
    Just watched the scene. Doesn't strike me as surreal fantasy at all. I don't even know what's surreal about it to you.

    The teacher is anachronistic as she's supposed to represent some sort of postwar conservative female archetype, but vapid female teachers are the norm in American education.

    American high school / college films are not so different from reality. Biggest thing that's wrong with them is that they make it seem like everyone is obsessed with the cliques and pecking order. In reality there are also people who don't care, which shouldn't be surprising.
  38. @reiner Tor
    Based van Creveld:

    https://www.martin-van-creveld.com/some-solutions/

    And the good ayatollah:

    https://twitter.com/khamenei_ir/status/1047540289265647616

    Ha ha. Very van Creveld. He did, after all, write a whole book on women as the privileged sex. I like him even more now.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Hey, Twinkie, speaking of Martin van Creveld, do you have any military history book recommendations? (Relating to any subtopic, time period or nation.) I ask because I read van Creveld's books Fighting Power and the Transformation of War after you favorably referred to them, and found both quite cogent and informative.
  39. @Dmitry
    If you're asking me personally? I never drink until I fall unconscious, or enough that I can't remember things.

    But there are a lot of people who drink until they can't remember, and who drink until they fall unconscious. And girls at that age (university age), who drink until they are vomiting unconscious in some bathroom, is not uncommon, even without the introduction of "date rape drugs" - it's no wonder why American universities might develop some epidemic of rape reports, and some of this will also be attributable to "false memory syndrome".

    If you’re asking me personally?

    Yes, but rhetorical.

    But there are a lot of people who drink until they can’t remember,

    I do not believe this to be a fact. I would need some solid scientific work to make me change my mind.

    • Replies: @Thorfinnsson
    I was an alcoholic for the better part of a decade. Generally drank until I passed out. Frequently didn't remember things.
    , @dearieme
    "But there are a lot of people who drink until they can’t remember"

    I can't remember doing that.
  40. @Dmitry
    Still, you did not answer my question about American high school films, like Donnie Darko? This genre is actually, in some way, accurate?

    Just watched the scene. Doesn’t strike me as surreal fantasy at all. I don’t even know what’s surreal about it to you.

    The teacher is anachronistic as she’s supposed to represent some sort of postwar conservative female archetype, but vapid female teachers are the norm in American education.

    American high school / college films are not so different from reality. Biggest thing that’s wrong with them is that they make it seem like everyone is obsessed with the cliques and pecking order. In reality there are also people who don’t care, which shouldn’t be surprising.

    • Replies: @Dmitry
    Lol, so they actually teach shit like this.

    American highschools, in the films, often seem like some kind of dark nightmare, which makes me think the writers of the films actually traumatized by American school.

    -

    In this classic Donnie Darko, actually, whole school is more like a surreal fantasy (even the building is not like a school building).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsyfGwlf_l0


    everyone is obsessed with the cliques and pecking order. In reality there are also people who don’t care, which shouldn’t be surprising.
     
    Have you seen Breakfast Club? It's more like theatre than cinema - they are talking the whole film about this topic until they have a mental breakdown.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdrTKPyW018

  41. @iffen
    If you’re asking me personally?

    Yes, but rhetorical.

    But there are a lot of people who drink until they can’t remember,

    I do not believe this to be a fact. I would need some solid scientific work to make me change my mind.

    I was an alcoholic for the better part of a decade. Generally drank until I passed out. Frequently didn’t remember things.

    • Replies: @iffen
    Frequently didn’t remember things.

    So, for all you know, you could be a muff-diving brown sugar connoisseur.
  42. @Thorfinnsson
    Just watched the scene. Doesn't strike me as surreal fantasy at all. I don't even know what's surreal about it to you.

    The teacher is anachronistic as she's supposed to represent some sort of postwar conservative female archetype, but vapid female teachers are the norm in American education.

    American high school / college films are not so different from reality. Biggest thing that's wrong with them is that they make it seem like everyone is obsessed with the cliques and pecking order. In reality there are also people who don't care, which shouldn't be surprising.

    Lol, so they actually teach shit like this.

    American highschools, in the films, often seem like some kind of dark nightmare, which makes me think the writers of the films actually traumatized by American school.

    -

    In this classic Donnie Darko, actually, whole school is more like a surreal fantasy (even the building is not like a school building).

    everyone is obsessed with the cliques and pecking order. In reality there are also people who don’t care, which shouldn’t be surprising.

    Have you seen Breakfast Club? It’s more like theatre than cinema – they are talking the whole film about this topic until they have a mental breakdown.

    • Replies: @Thorfinnsson
    I did not go through that particular lesson plan, but for instance when I was in third grade (age ten or so) I recall my elementary school hired a "self-esteem coach" who encouraged us to have high opinions of ourselves for some reason. I suppose it was a success in my case. Americans are big on nonsensical psychobabble.

    American society is also unusually extroverted for a white one, so encouraging students to speak publicly and make various presentations is common.

    I have indeed seen The Breakfast Club. It's hammed up, but I for instance went through similar things when I was involved in group activities which mixed people of different levels of popularity. My Lutheran church for instance had activities, events, and even missionary trips for teenagers. I did two of these missionary trips, and on them I was very friendly with people who within high school I would not necessarily have talked to otherwise.

    Likewise I also engaged in high school sports (a big deal in America), which produced a similar dynamic.

    These cross-popularity friendships we developed led us to acknowledge and talk to each other within school, but generally we refrained from socializing together outside of our activities.

    The same sort of thing happens in jail incidentally, which I've had the misfortune of spending some time in.
  43. @Dmitry
    Kiselyov only says things, which are good propaganda for the authorities. So if it can portray story about the decaying West, then he will create narrative about it so people can feel better about themselves. But if it's a topic, where West would look good, then we won't hear any interesting information.

    In other words, why would I waste time to watch video of him, instead of reading directly the English sources about the story? I could learn more information in five seconds of reading in English, then deciding my own view, than from listening to that video.

    I am an actual Westerner and native English speaker as you know.

    I watched the video. It was quite good, other than the unfortunate error of claiming Easy Blasey is a physics professor.

    The perspective he offered is generally not available in Western media at all.

    • Replies: @Dmitry
    A retarded propaganda television, though. He might even be correct sometimes - his job is to describe how terrible the West is, so sometimes he will be accurate. But I would not want to waste time to find out, since underlying purpose is government propaganda for cattle.

    -

    By the way, have you seen Donnie Darko? This is pretty classic - even to rewatch it.


    https://www5.putlockertv.to/watch/donnie-darko.kwvv/2on71q
  44. @Dmitry
    Lol, so they actually teach shit like this.

    American highschools, in the films, often seem like some kind of dark nightmare, which makes me think the writers of the films actually traumatized by American school.

    -

    In this classic Donnie Darko, actually, whole school is more like a surreal fantasy (even the building is not like a school building).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsyfGwlf_l0


    everyone is obsessed with the cliques and pecking order. In reality there are also people who don’t care, which shouldn’t be surprising.
     
    Have you seen Breakfast Club? It's more like theatre than cinema - they are talking the whole film about this topic until they have a mental breakdown.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdrTKPyW018

    I did not go through that particular lesson plan, but for instance when I was in third grade (age ten or so) I recall my elementary school hired a “self-esteem coach” who encouraged us to have high opinions of ourselves for some reason. I suppose it was a success in my case. Americans are big on nonsensical psychobabble.

    American society is also unusually extroverted for a white one, so encouraging students to speak publicly and make various presentations is common.

    I have indeed seen The Breakfast Club. It’s hammed up, but I for instance went through similar things when I was involved in group activities which mixed people of different levels of popularity. My Lutheran church for instance had activities, events, and even missionary trips for teenagers. I did two of these missionary trips, and on them I was very friendly with people who within high school I would not necessarily have talked to otherwise.

    Likewise I also engaged in high school sports (a big deal in America), which produced a similar dynamic.

    These cross-popularity friendships we developed led us to acknowledge and talk to each other within school, but generally we refrained from socializing together outside of our activities.

    The same sort of thing happens in jail incidentally, which I’ve had the misfortune of spending some time in.

    • Replies: @Dmitry

    within high school I would not necessarily have talked to otherwise.
     
    This kind of impassable caste system is a unique part in American high-school I guess...

    I think it was in the Sailer blog, where he hypothesized a lot of the dislike of Trump from journalists, is he (Trump) reminds them of sports team players who used to bully them in highschool.

    -

    Funnily, "prom king" and "prom queen", was developing in the 1950s, according to Wikipedia, with an aim of "fighting homosexuality"

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prom#History

  45. @Thorfinnsson
    I am an actual Westerner and native English speaker as you know.

    I watched the video. It was quite good, other than the unfortunate error of claiming Easy Blasey is a physics professor.

    The perspective he offered is generally not available in Western media at all.

    A retarded propaganda television, though. He might even be correct sometimes – his job is to describe how terrible the West is, so sometimes he will be accurate. But I would not want to waste time to find out, since underlying purpose is government propaganda for cattle.

    -

    By the way, have you seen Donnie Darko? This is pretty classic – even to rewatch it.

    https://www5.putlockertv.to/watch/donnie-darko.kwvv/2on71q

    • Replies: @Thorfinnsson
    I saw it when it was new, but I don't really remember it.

    I assume for you watching your native media is as boring as watching my native media is to me. But seeing the media of other countries is interesting.
  46. @Dmitry
    A retarded propaganda television, though. He might even be correct sometimes - his job is to describe how terrible the West is, so sometimes he will be accurate. But I would not want to waste time to find out, since underlying purpose is government propaganda for cattle.

    -

    By the way, have you seen Donnie Darko? This is pretty classic - even to rewatch it.


    https://www5.putlockertv.to/watch/donnie-darko.kwvv/2on71q

    I saw it when it was new, but I don’t really remember it.

    I assume for you watching your native media is as boring as watching my native media is to me. But seeing the media of other countries is interesting.

    • Replies: @Dmitry
    Yes this is on a level of "stupid television" - like a local equivalent of Rachel Maddow's show, Glenn Beck's show, or Bill O'Reilly's show.

    When Bill O'Reilly is complaining all day about Russia, it is a (not subtle way) to make the American government look better.

    How is this relevant? Because it is handwaving, to distract people from focus on topics, which are relevant to their lives.

    His criticism of the West will incorporate true elements, just as Maddow or O'Reilly's criticism of Russia. But it's onesidedness and exaggeration, also results in a backlash from more intelligent viewers, becoming more (often incorrectly) pro-Western - just as more intelligent Americans will become more pro-Russia, in backlash to Maddow's or O'Reilly's show.

    -

    Of course, it's easier to talk about some irrelevant problems in America, than focus on topics you would expect from a person in his position - like a copper mine in Chelyabinsk that will further poison residents, the falling standards in schools and declining mathematics education, the lack of investment in science, the need to diversify the economy (within 10 years) before it's too late and oil demand peaks, etc.
  47. @Thorfinnsson
    I did not go through that particular lesson plan, but for instance when I was in third grade (age ten or so) I recall my elementary school hired a "self-esteem coach" who encouraged us to have high opinions of ourselves for some reason. I suppose it was a success in my case. Americans are big on nonsensical psychobabble.

    American society is also unusually extroverted for a white one, so encouraging students to speak publicly and make various presentations is common.

    I have indeed seen The Breakfast Club. It's hammed up, but I for instance went through similar things when I was involved in group activities which mixed people of different levels of popularity. My Lutheran church for instance had activities, events, and even missionary trips for teenagers. I did two of these missionary trips, and on them I was very friendly with people who within high school I would not necessarily have talked to otherwise.

    Likewise I also engaged in high school sports (a big deal in America), which produced a similar dynamic.

    These cross-popularity friendships we developed led us to acknowledge and talk to each other within school, but generally we refrained from socializing together outside of our activities.

    The same sort of thing happens in jail incidentally, which I've had the misfortune of spending some time in.

    within high school I would not necessarily have talked to otherwise.

    This kind of impassable caste system is a unique part in American high-school I guess…

    I think it was in the Sailer blog, where he hypothesized a lot of the dislike of Trump from journalists, is he (Trump) reminds them of sports team players who used to bully them in highschool.

    -

    Funnily, “prom king” and “prom queen”, was developing in the 1950s, according to Wikipedia, with an aim of “fighting homosexuality”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prom#History

    • Replies: @Thorfinnsson
    It's perfectly passable. In high school I was not popular (nor unpopular) owing to my natural nerdy tendencies and thought that things like dressing well or having a good haircut were irrational. I was someone who did not care about cliques at all.

    As an adult I came to realize that in fact these things are important, and I became someone who is popular.

    The people who hate Kavanaugh are those who chose to remain unattractive losers for their whole lives.
    , @Thorfinnsson
    Those of us who are pro-Trump make jokes about this as well. Trump is the jock who stuffs liberal dweebs into lockers and laughs about it.

    I was part of the clique which disdained or ignored the caste system, and as such most of my friends did not go to Prom. I however sensed it was important and did so. It is a good experience as it forces boys to ask girls out. My first pick rejected me, for the perhaps understandable reason that I couldn't remember her name. #2 said yes. She bailed on me after the event, but did well during the event. I ended up at a good after party hosted by someone of Danish descent and hooked up with an extremely drunk girl who was named after an actress in Dr. Zhivago because her father thought the actress was hot.

    The caste system in American schooling might be connected to the fact that American teens can drive, and also that so many other activities (e.g. sports) are integrated with schooling in America.
  48. @Thorfinnsson
    The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters and appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives. Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life. Mitch McConnell has made it quietly known that any Republican Senator who does not vote to confirm Kavanaugh will be a persona non grata in the party. Such Senators can expect to be primaried and have doors closed to them if they become lobbyists.

    Odds of a Blue Wave have now gone down, and it seems like that the GOP will even add Senate seats.

    Own goal by Feinstein and the Democrats. Kavanaugh will be confirmed and furious Middle American conservatives will turn out to the polls.

    As for the allegations, I don't doubt that annihilated mackerel snapping lace curtain preppies groped Easy Blasey (as she was known in the 1980s), perhaps even without her consent (who cares). No doubt Easy Blasey got groped and then some at many keggers. I do however doubt that it was Brett Kavanaugh on that alleged day.

    Incidentally, the early 1980s were the peak years of teenage partying in America. This can be seen in films from the era such as Animal House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.
    Kavanaugh's partying behavior was still normal and ordinary when I was a teenager for that matter. I don't recall anyone ever running a train on the girl (though I have heard of people in the US military doing this), but one girl blew a guy on the high school dance floor in front of everyone.

    Pretty much every weekend revolved around how to score beer (favored solution: garage hopping), where you could party, and how to get girls to show up (having beer and weed and a place to consume both was generally sufficient). The Stacies for their part were enthusiastic about getting drrrruuuuunk and hooking up with Chads. A good time was had by all, except one girl who drank so much she blacked out and started foaming at the mouth. The party host made the error of stuffing her in a closet rather than, you know, taking her to a hospital. This was made worse by the fact that she happened to be completely naked (she was known for stripping every time she got drunk).

    “The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters and appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives. Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life. Mitch McConnell has made it quietly known that any Republican Senator who does not vote to confirm Kavanaugh will be a persona non grata in the party.”

    Sounds more like the Kavanaugh affair is blue-pilling (as in Viagra) the Republican Party.

  49. @German_reader
    Absurd case imo, what happened to presumption of innocence? The whole thing is totally unprovable. And even if he did something inappropriate (my understanding is, he's not even accused of consummated rape), it's bizarre that the alleged misdeeds of a teenager are brought up like this almost 40 years later.
    US liberals are just total scum.

    I suspect that a part of liberals’ anger towards Kavanaugh is that, as an originalist, he is going to be unlikely to show much–if any–mercy to other people who did bad things in their teenage years. For instance, Kavanaugh might uphold a death penalty sentence for someone who committed, say, rape or murder during their teenage years.

    • Replies: @Dmitry
    Definitely some kind of "idiocracy" here

    https://twitter.com/emrata/status/1047948187342913537
    , @Hyperborean

    I suspect that a part of liberals’ anger towards Kavanaugh is that, as an originalist, he is going to be unlikely to show much–if any–mercy to other people who did bad things in their teenage years.
     
    Aside from 'underage drinking', what did he actually do?
    , @Thorfinnsson
    I got hammered when I was a teenager. Continued getting hammered as an adult.

    Somehow, I never murdered anyone.

    In the era of #MeToo I no longer know what rape is.

    I plan on following the Mike Pence plan from now on.
  50. @German_reader
    Absurd case imo, what happened to presumption of innocence? The whole thing is totally unprovable. And even if he did something inappropriate (my understanding is, he's not even accused of consummated rape), it's bizarre that the alleged misdeeds of a teenager are brought up like this almost 40 years later.
    US liberals are just total scum.

    For the record, I am not unequivocally opposed to forgiving him for things that he did as a teen (such as this attempted rape). However, I share liberals’ concern that Kavanaugh would probably be unlikely to forgive other teens for their misdeeds if their cases ever reached the U.S. Supreme Court.

    • Replies: @German_reader

    for things that he did as a teen (such as this attempted rape)
     
    But it's not clear that even happened, it's impossible to prove or disprove.
    As for teenage murderers, tbh I'm not even sure that they shouldn't be executed for especially heinous crimes (though sending them to some horrible labor camp somewhere in the tropics for 40 years or so might also be sufficient).
    , @Dmitry
    Generally, judges of all kinds, are not people I likely feel sympathy for.

    Probably two kind of unpleasant characters becoming judges of either liberal or conservative views.

    Perhaps "liberal judges", more often "judicial activists", who want power, through trying to change society without being elected.

    While "conservative judges", more often "authoritarian personality", who enjoy power to punish people who don't conform to rules.
  51. @Mr. XYZ
    I suspect that a part of liberals' anger towards Kavanaugh is that, as an originalist, he is going to be unlikely to show much--if any--mercy to other people who did bad things in their teenage years. For instance, Kavanaugh might uphold a death penalty sentence for someone who committed, say, rape or murder during their teenage years.

    Definitely some kind of “idiocracy” here

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    Not at all! The feminists have finally figured out that they need to lease a few hot babes to get more eyeballs for their protests.
    , @Thorfinnsson
    This whore (confirmed) should be stripped of her citizenship.
  52. @Mr. XYZ
    For the record, I am not unequivocally opposed to forgiving him for things that he did as a teen (such as this attempted rape). However, I share liberals' concern that Kavanaugh would probably be unlikely to forgive other teens for their misdeeds if their cases ever reached the U.S. Supreme Court.

    for things that he did as a teen (such as this attempted rape)

    But it’s not clear that even happened, it’s impossible to prove or disprove.
    As for teenage murderers, tbh I’m not even sure that they shouldn’t be executed for especially heinous crimes (though sending them to some horrible labor camp somewhere in the tropics for 40 years or so might also be sufficient).

    • Replies: @Dmitry
    It seems this kind of accusation, is "style of the times" or new fashion for the American 2018.

    Elon Musk, symbol of the epoch, and he called this summer randomly the diver who rescued kids in Thailand, "child rapist":


    https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1041746655064809472
  53. @Mr. XYZ
    For the record, I am not unequivocally opposed to forgiving him for things that he did as a teen (such as this attempted rape). However, I share liberals' concern that Kavanaugh would probably be unlikely to forgive other teens for their misdeeds if their cases ever reached the U.S. Supreme Court.

    Generally, judges of all kinds, are not people I likely feel sympathy for.

    Probably two kind of unpleasant characters becoming judges of either liberal or conservative views.

    Perhaps “liberal judges”, more often “judicial activists”, who want power, through trying to change society without being elected.

    While “conservative judges”, more often “authoritarian personality”, who enjoy power to punish people who don’t conform to rules.

    • Replies: @Daniel Chieh
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mb4f1xpSu-I&t=71s
    , @Jaakko Raipala
    Not at all likely. The law profession in the US is overwhelmingly leftist and to be a conservative in law circles is to be pariah, dissident, outsider. People with authoritarian personalities just go leftist in that context. Conservative judges in the US tend to be genuinely religious because religious conviction seems to be the only thing that makes a person capable of resisting the social pressure to go leftist without interfering with a person's social skills.

    As a non-religious right-winger I dislike being forced into the same team with people like Kavanaugh (I don't want abortion to be the main issue) but we just got to admit the reality that all attempts at creating a secular right have been complete failures. Secular right-wingers tend to be semi-autistic personalities (like me) who have such low desire for social acceptance that we have no chance of succeeding at professions like law or politics that require smooching, connections etc. If a more socially agreeable person starts out as a secular right-winger in law, they just end up surrendering to the social pressure and becoming leftist.

    Actually US conservative judges tend to be overwhelmingly Catholic like this Irish guy even though the Republicans are supposedly the party of Anglo-Protestant elites. That's because the Catholic church is pretty much the lone remaining major institution that remains committed enough to one conservative belief (on abortion) to help its members survive leftist pressure and to help its members form connections and organize in defense of that principle.

    Right-wing judges no longer exist at all in European countries and our highest judges are not just leftists, they're all radicals who would fit in perfectly in the Bolshevik party of 1918. But in the US where judges are directly appointed by elected politicians there needs to be a balance of Democrat and Republican appointed judges which creates a career opportunity for right-wing legal professionals. For two people with equal resumes, it's much easier to get the post as a right-wing judge.

    You would think that this attracts opportunist personalities but that just doesn't seem to be so, it seems like the opportunist personalities don't want to endure years of social pressure for a reward in late middle age. Catholicism is the one remaining consistent source of conservative judges.
  54. @Dmitry
    If you're asking me personally? I never drink until I fall unconscious, or enough that I can't remember things.

    But there are a lot of people who drink until they can't remember, and who drink until they fall unconscious. And girls at that age (university age), who drink until they are vomiting unconscious in some bathroom, is not uncommon, even without the introduction of "date rape drugs" - it's no wonder why American universities might develop some epidemic of rape reports, and some of this will also be attributable to "false memory syndrome".

    “But there are a lot of people who drink until they can’t remember, and who drink until they fall unconscious.”

    And if you ask them if they have done either, they can truthfully answer that they do not recall.

  55. @Dmitry
    Generally, judges of all kinds, are not people I likely feel sympathy for.

    Probably two kind of unpleasant characters becoming judges of either liberal or conservative views.

    Perhaps "liberal judges", more often "judicial activists", who want power, through trying to change society without being elected.

    While "conservative judges", more often "authoritarian personality", who enjoy power to punish people who don't conform to rules.

  56. @Dmitry

    within high school I would not necessarily have talked to otherwise.
     
    This kind of impassable caste system is a unique part in American high-school I guess...

    I think it was in the Sailer blog, where he hypothesized a lot of the dislike of Trump from journalists, is he (Trump) reminds them of sports team players who used to bully them in highschool.

    -

    Funnily, "prom king" and "prom queen", was developing in the 1950s, according to Wikipedia, with an aim of "fighting homosexuality"

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prom#History

    It’s perfectly passable. In high school I was not popular (nor unpopular) owing to my natural nerdy tendencies and thought that things like dressing well or having a good haircut were irrational. I was someone who did not care about cliques at all.

    As an adult I came to realize that in fact these things are important, and I became someone who is popular.

    The people who hate Kavanaugh are those who chose to remain unattractive losers for their whole lives.

  57. @German_reader

    for things that he did as a teen (such as this attempted rape)
     
    But it's not clear that even happened, it's impossible to prove or disprove.
    As for teenage murderers, tbh I'm not even sure that they shouldn't be executed for especially heinous crimes (though sending them to some horrible labor camp somewhere in the tropics for 40 years or so might also be sufficient).

    It seems this kind of accusation, is “style of the times” or new fashion for the American 2018.

    Elon Musk, symbol of the epoch, and he called this summer randomly the diver who rescued kids in Thailand, “child rapist”:

    • Replies: @Daniel Chieh
    Can't wait for the day when the term "American-style sex" comes to vogue complete with mutual consent forms to fill out, video recordings, and witnesses to agree on each escalation was consensual.
  58. @Dmitry
    Definitely some kind of "idiocracy" here

    https://twitter.com/emrata/status/1047948187342913537

    Not at all! The feminists have finally figured out that they need to lease a few hot babes to get more eyeballs for their protests.

  59. @Mr. XYZ
    I suspect that a part of liberals' anger towards Kavanaugh is that, as an originalist, he is going to be unlikely to show much--if any--mercy to other people who did bad things in their teenage years. For instance, Kavanaugh might uphold a death penalty sentence for someone who committed, say, rape or murder during their teenage years.

    I suspect that a part of liberals’ anger towards Kavanaugh is that, as an originalist, he is going to be unlikely to show much–if any–mercy to other people who did bad things in their teenage years.

    Aside from ‘underage drinking’, what did he actually do?

  60. @Dmitry
    It seems this kind of accusation, is "style of the times" or new fashion for the American 2018.

    Elon Musk, symbol of the epoch, and he called this summer randomly the diver who rescued kids in Thailand, "child rapist":


    https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1041746655064809472

    Can’t wait for the day when the term “American-style sex” comes to vogue complete with mutual consent forms to fill out, video recordings, and witnesses to agree on each escalation was consensual.

  61. @Thorfinnsson
    The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters and appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives. Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life. Mitch McConnell has made it quietly known that any Republican Senator who does not vote to confirm Kavanaugh will be a persona non grata in the party. Such Senators can expect to be primaried and have doors closed to them if they become lobbyists.

    Odds of a Blue Wave have now gone down, and it seems like that the GOP will even add Senate seats.

    Own goal by Feinstein and the Democrats. Kavanaugh will be confirmed and furious Middle American conservatives will turn out to the polls.

    As for the allegations, I don't doubt that annihilated mackerel snapping lace curtain preppies groped Easy Blasey (as she was known in the 1980s), perhaps even without her consent (who cares). No doubt Easy Blasey got groped and then some at many keggers. I do however doubt that it was Brett Kavanaugh on that alleged day.

    Incidentally, the early 1980s were the peak years of teenage partying in America. This can be seen in films from the era such as Animal House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.
    Kavanaugh's partying behavior was still normal and ordinary when I was a teenager for that matter. I don't recall anyone ever running a train on the girl (though I have heard of people in the US military doing this), but one girl blew a guy on the high school dance floor in front of everyone.

    Pretty much every weekend revolved around how to score beer (favored solution: garage hopping), where you could party, and how to get girls to show up (having beer and weed and a place to consume both was generally sufficient). The Stacies for their part were enthusiastic about getting drrrruuuuunk and hooking up with Chads. A good time was had by all, except one girl who drank so much she blacked out and started foaming at the mouth. The party host made the error of stuffing her in a closet rather than, you know, taking her to a hospital. This was made worse by the fact that she happened to be completely naked (she was known for stripping every time she got drunk).

    Simply disgusting! Almost makes me empathise with Talha.

    • Replies: @Thorfinnsson
    I am a conservative and happen to agree with Talha on many of these topics myself.

    Having actually lived the libertine (or more accurately, degenerate) lifestyle I'm well acquainted with its downsides.

    I mean let me tell you about last night...I still don't know where my car is but "Megan" seems nice.
  62. Anonymous[679] • Disclaimer says:
    @Twinkie
    Ha ha. Very van Creveld. He did, after all, write a whole book on women as the privileged sex. I like him even more now.

    Hey, Twinkie, speaking of Martin van Creveld, do you have any military history book recommendations? (Relating to any subtopic, time period or nation.) I ask because I read van Creveld’s books Fighting Power and the Transformation of War after you favorably referred to them, and found both quite cogent and informative.

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    A History of Warfare by John Keegan.
  63. I watched about an hour of Kavanaugh defending himself and it was obvious that the guy had no business being any kind of judge, fuggedabout about Supreme Court judge. Even his family must have been embarrassed watching him act so juvenile, so undignified. Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, appointed by a Republican President, agrees:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/courts_law/retired-justice-stevens-calls-kavanaughs-hearing-performance-disqualifying/2018/10/04/70c4a36e-c81a-11e8-b2b5-79270f9cce17_story.html?utm_term=.4c03edcea1b9

    Retired Justice Stevens calls Kavanaugh’s hearing performance disqualifying

    So do over 2400 law professors from around the country who signed the following petition:

    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/10/03/opinion/kavanaugh-law-professors-letter.html

    Judicial temperament is one of the most important qualities of a judge. As the Congressional Research Service explains, a judge requires “a personality that is even-handed, unbiased, impartial, courteous yet firm, and dedicated to a process, not a result.” The concern for judicial temperament dates back to our founding; in Federalist 78, titled “Judges as Guardians of the Constitution,” Alexander Hamilton expressed the need for “the integrity and moderation of the judiciary.”

    We are law professors who teach, research and write about the judicial institutions of this country. Many of us appear in state and federal court, and our work means that we will continue to do so, including before the United States Supreme Court. We regret that we feel compelled to write to you, our Senators, to provide our views that at the Senate hearings on Sept. 27, Judge Brett Kavanaugh displayed a lack of judicial temperament that would be disqualifying for any court, and certainly for elevation to the highest court of this land.

    The question at issue was of course painful for anyone. But Judge Kavanaugh exhibited a lack of commitment to judicious inquiry. Instead of being open to the necessary search for accuracy, Judge Kavanaugh was repeatedly aggressive with questioners. Even in his prepared remarks, Judge Kavanaugh described the hearing as partisan, referring to it as “a calculated and orchestrated political hit,” rather than acknowledging the need for the Senate, faced with new information, to try to understand what had transpired. Instead of trying to sort out with reason and care the allegations that were raised, Judge Kavanaugh responded in an intemperate, inflammatory and partial manner, as he interrupted and, at times, was discourteous to senators.

    As you know, under two statutes governing bias and recusal, judges must step aside if they are at risk of being perceived as or of being unfair. As Congress has previously put it, a judge or justice “shall disqualify himself in any proceeding in which his impartiality might reasonably be questioned.” These statutes are part of a myriad of legal commitments to the impartiality of the judiciary, which is the cornerstone of the courts.

    We have differing views about the other qualifications of Judge Kavanaugh. But we are united, as professors of law and scholars of judicial institutions, in believing that he did not display the impartiality and judicial temperament requisite to sit on the highest court of our land.

    • Replies: @blahbahblah

    Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, appointed by a Republican President, agrees:
     
    Are you non-American or a stupid American? Stevens was one of the most liberal justices of all time... who cares who appointed him.
    , @Thorfinnsson
    Big surprise, the Jews oppose a conservative judge.

    I happen to agree that Kavanaugh lied about many things, which should be disqualifying in a normal country.

    But we're not in a normal country. The only thing that matters anymore is people like me preventing people like you from seizing power.

    And on that metric Kavanaugh seems like he's our guy.
  64. @Bliss
    I watched about an hour of Kavanaugh defending himself and it was obvious that the guy had no business being any kind of judge, fuggedabout about Supreme Court judge. Even his family must have been embarrassed watching him act so juvenile, so undignified. Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, appointed by a Republican President, agrees:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/courts_law/retired-justice-stevens-calls-kavanaughs-hearing-performance-disqualifying/2018/10/04/70c4a36e-c81a-11e8-b2b5-79270f9cce17_story.html?utm_term=.4c03edcea1b9

    Retired Justice Stevens calls Kavanaugh’s hearing performance disqualifying


    So do over 2400 law professors from around the country who signed the following petition:

    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/10/03/opinion/kavanaugh-law-professors-letter.html

    Judicial temperament is one of the most important qualities of a judge. As the Congressional Research Service explains, a judge requires “a personality that is even-handed, unbiased, impartial, courteous yet firm, and dedicated to a process, not a result.” The concern for judicial temperament dates back to our founding; in Federalist 78, titled “Judges as Guardians of the Constitution,” Alexander Hamilton expressed the need for “the integrity and moderation of the judiciary.”

    We are law professors who teach, research and write about the judicial institutions of this country. Many of us appear in state and federal court, and our work means that we will continue to do so, including before the United States Supreme Court. We regret that we feel compelled to write to you, our Senators, to provide our views that at the Senate hearings on Sept. 27, Judge Brett Kavanaugh displayed a lack of judicial temperament that would be disqualifying for any court, and certainly for elevation to the highest court of this land.

    The question at issue was of course painful for anyone. But Judge Kavanaugh exhibited a lack of commitment to judicious inquiry. Instead of being open to the necessary search for accuracy, Judge Kavanaugh was repeatedly aggressive with questioners. Even in his prepared remarks, Judge Kavanaugh described the hearing as partisan, referring to it as “a calculated and orchestrated political hit,” rather than acknowledging the need for the Senate, faced with new information, to try to understand what had transpired. Instead of trying to sort out with reason and care the allegations that were raised, Judge Kavanaugh responded in an intemperate, inflammatory and partial manner, as he interrupted and, at times, was discourteous to senators.

    As you know, under two statutes governing bias and recusal, judges must step aside if they are at risk of being perceived as or of being unfair. As Congress has previously put it, a judge or justice “shall disqualify himself in any proceeding in which his impartiality might reasonably be questioned.” These statutes are part of a myriad of legal commitments to the impartiality of the judiciary, which is the cornerstone of the courts.

    We have differing views about the other qualifications of Judge Kavanaugh. But we are united, as professors of law and scholars of judicial institutions, in believing that he did not display the impartiality and judicial temperament requisite to sit on the highest court of our land.

    Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, appointed by a Republican President, agrees:

    Are you non-American or a stupid American? Stevens was one of the most liberal justices of all time… who cares who appointed him.

    • Replies: @Daniel Chieh
    Left of most explicitly liberal justices.
    , @Bliss
    Stevens was a Supreme Court Justice, appointed by a Republican President, who was a supporter of Kavanaugh until his behavior at the Senate hearing compelled him to change his mind. So what the hell was your point? Talk about stupid....

    From the same link in my previous post:

    Stevens, who served on the Supreme Court from 1975 to 2010, told the audience that he had praised one of Kavanaugh’s rulings on campaign finance in a book that Stevens wrote in 2014. “At that time, I thought [Kavanaugh] had the qualifications for the Supreme Court should he be selected,” Stevens said, according to the Palm Beach Post. “I’ve changed my views for reasons that have no relationship to his intellectual ability. . . . I feel his performance in the hearings ultimately changed my mind.”

    On Thursday, Stevens noted that both senators and commentators said Kavanaugh’s defense of his reputation crossed a line. “I think there’s merit to that criticism and I think the senators should really pay attention to that,” Stevens said at an event held by the Institute for Learning in Retirement.

    Kavanaugh and his allies have touted the recognition the judge received from Stevens regarding a decision on whether foreigners may contribute to U.S. political campaigns. Kavanaugh, who has served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit since 2006, said in a speech that he was touched to have received a note from Stevens praising the decision.
  65. @blahbahblah

    Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, appointed by a Republican President, agrees:
     
    Are you non-American or a stupid American? Stevens was one of the most liberal justices of all time... who cares who appointed him.

    Left of most explicitly liberal justices.

  66. @reiner Tor
    Based Russian anchor:

    https://youtu.be/UEb10RiUhV4

    this is art. I wowed-just-wowed, wasn’t being able to even!11 and was checking the calendar to reassure myself it’s the current year, for all 10 minutes of the segment.

  67. Being a foreigner I have no reason to (except, perhaps, insofar as how this imbroglio influences the coming midterm elections).

    According to the US Constitution, these are end-of-term elections coming up. You can be a really good foreigner– better than many Americans– by not using that inaccurate term.

  68. @blahbahblah

    Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, appointed by a Republican President, agrees:
     
    Are you non-American or a stupid American? Stevens was one of the most liberal justices of all time... who cares who appointed him.

    Stevens was a Supreme Court Justice, appointed by a Republican President, who was a supporter of Kavanaugh until his behavior at the Senate hearing compelled him to change his mind. So what the hell was your point? Talk about stupid….

    From the same link in my previous post:

    Stevens, who served on the Supreme Court from 1975 to 2010, told the audience that he had praised one of Kavanaugh’s rulings on campaign finance in a book that Stevens wrote in 2014. “At that time, I thought [Kavanaugh] had the qualifications for the Supreme Court should he be selected,” Stevens said, according to the Palm Beach Post. “I’ve changed my views for reasons that have no relationship to his intellectual ability. . . . I feel his performance in the hearings ultimately changed my mind.”

    On Thursday, Stevens noted that both senators and commentators said Kavanaugh’s defense of his reputation crossed a line. “I think there’s merit to that criticism and I think the senators should really pay attention to that,” Stevens said at an event held by the Institute for Learning in Retirement.

    Kavanaugh and his allies have touted the recognition the judge received from Stevens regarding a decision on whether foreigners may contribute to U.S. political campaigns. Kavanaugh, who has served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit since 2006, said in a speech that he was touched to have received a note from Stevens praising the decision.

    • Replies: @blahbahblah
    Go fuck yourself with that bullshit... Stevens is to the left of Ginsberg and he never came out in support of Kavanaugh.
    , @Daniel Chieh
    He's a hard liberal. No reason to care a whit about his thought at the end of the day.
    , @Bliss
    And the retired Supreme Court Justice is not alone in changing his mind about Kavanaugh:

    https://theintercept.com/2018/10/03/brett-kavanaugh-georgetown-prep-petition/

    The American Bar Association withdrew its support for Kavanaugh, as has Yale Law School, which is Kavanaugh’s legal alma mater and had quickly and enthusiastically embraced him when his nomination was announced.

    Additionally, three former law clerks for Kavanaugh who previously supported him have pulled back

    And a prominent conservative legal writer, Benjamin Wittes, published an article on Tuesday with the devastating headline, “I Know Brett Kavanaugh, but I Wouldn’t Confirm Him.”


    Trump could turn this raging controversy into another victory for himself by withdrawing Kavanaugh’s nomination, not because of the accusations against him but because of his temperament, and then nominating a female judge.
  69. @Bliss
    Stevens was a Supreme Court Justice, appointed by a Republican President, who was a supporter of Kavanaugh until his behavior at the Senate hearing compelled him to change his mind. So what the hell was your point? Talk about stupid....

    From the same link in my previous post:

    Stevens, who served on the Supreme Court from 1975 to 2010, told the audience that he had praised one of Kavanaugh’s rulings on campaign finance in a book that Stevens wrote in 2014. “At that time, I thought [Kavanaugh] had the qualifications for the Supreme Court should he be selected,” Stevens said, according to the Palm Beach Post. “I’ve changed my views for reasons that have no relationship to his intellectual ability. . . . I feel his performance in the hearings ultimately changed my mind.”

    On Thursday, Stevens noted that both senators and commentators said Kavanaugh’s defense of his reputation crossed a line. “I think there’s merit to that criticism and I think the senators should really pay attention to that,” Stevens said at an event held by the Institute for Learning in Retirement.

    Kavanaugh and his allies have touted the recognition the judge received from Stevens regarding a decision on whether foreigners may contribute to U.S. political campaigns. Kavanaugh, who has served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit since 2006, said in a speech that he was touched to have received a note from Stevens praising the decision.

    Go fuck yourself with that bullshit… Stevens is to the left of Ginsberg and he never came out in support of Kavanaugh.

  70. @Bliss
    Stevens was a Supreme Court Justice, appointed by a Republican President, who was a supporter of Kavanaugh until his behavior at the Senate hearing compelled him to change his mind. So what the hell was your point? Talk about stupid....

    From the same link in my previous post:

    Stevens, who served on the Supreme Court from 1975 to 2010, told the audience that he had praised one of Kavanaugh’s rulings on campaign finance in a book that Stevens wrote in 2014. “At that time, I thought [Kavanaugh] had the qualifications for the Supreme Court should he be selected,” Stevens said, according to the Palm Beach Post. “I’ve changed my views for reasons that have no relationship to his intellectual ability. . . . I feel his performance in the hearings ultimately changed my mind.”

    On Thursday, Stevens noted that both senators and commentators said Kavanaugh’s defense of his reputation crossed a line. “I think there’s merit to that criticism and I think the senators should really pay attention to that,” Stevens said at an event held by the Institute for Learning in Retirement.

    Kavanaugh and his allies have touted the recognition the judge received from Stevens regarding a decision on whether foreigners may contribute to U.S. political campaigns. Kavanaugh, who has served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit since 2006, said in a speech that he was touched to have received a note from Stevens praising the decision.

    He’s a hard liberal. No reason to care a whit about his thought at the end of the day.

    • Replies: @Bliss

    He’s a hard liberal.
     
    No “hard liberal” would have supported Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court in the first place. Especially at a time like this.

    Did you watch the hearing? Didn’t you cringe at Kavanaugh’s behavior? How can you justify putting a guy like that in the Supreme Court?
  71. First, the US – along with other high IQ countries – is one of the very safest countries for young women in the world. Rape in civilized countries is an order of magnitude or two lower than in the Third World.

    Dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. Rape is a largely unreported, largely acquaintance crime. It knows no IQ, wealth, poverty or social class. Poor people do not rape more than rich people.

    College campuses, where people are generally brighter than average, can be expected to be even safer (convicts have 1 S.D. lower IQs than the population at large – and rapists have even lower IQs than other violent convicts).

    Is that right?

    The Rape Epidemic On College Campuses: What Needs To Change To Keep Students Safe

    http://thewomansreport.com/rape-epidemic-college-campuses-needs-change/

    I take back everything I said about you residing in America. Only a Russian troll who’s never traveled outside his village would write this kind of junk. You better believe that women aren’t safe around a bunch of testosterone-fueled drunken frat boys. If you’d ever been to one of these parties you’d notice that conscientious girls who don’t want to be raped carefully monitor their alcohol consumption. They also never leave their drink unattended for fear of having it spiked. Sure, some girls want to party and don’t mind getting gangbanged. Some girls even administer the roofies to themselves. Apparently, Dr. Ford wasn’t that type of girl.

    • Replies: @Bliss

    You better believe that women aren’t safe around a bunch of testosterone-fueled drunken frat boys.
     
    I predict drunken frat boys won’t be feeling too safe in certain campuses around the country now.

    Imagine angry coeds marching up and down frat row with a flaming torch in one hand and a pitchfork in the other, yelling obscenities. Lol.
    , @Thorfinnsson
    Big surprise, the nigger with a chip on his shoulder is a total fool.

    Sure poor people don't rape more than rich people. And women definitely don't want to meet frat boys lol.

    Are you selling a bridge in New York?
  72. I would be inclined to believe Dr. Ford if, instead of accusing him of putting his hand over her mouth, she had said he tried to put a bag over her head.

    • LOL: Daniel Chieh
  73. @Anonymous
    Hey, Twinkie, speaking of Martin van Creveld, do you have any military history book recommendations? (Relating to any subtopic, time period or nation.) I ask because I read van Creveld's books Fighting Power and the Transformation of War after you favorably referred to them, and found both quite cogent and informative.

    A History of Warfare by John Keegan.

    • Replies: @Ali Choudhury
    Also Mask of Command by the same author. Max Hastings' books on WW2, Korea and Vietnam are also great.
  74. @Bliss
    Stevens was a Supreme Court Justice, appointed by a Republican President, who was a supporter of Kavanaugh until his behavior at the Senate hearing compelled him to change his mind. So what the hell was your point? Talk about stupid....

    From the same link in my previous post:

    Stevens, who served on the Supreme Court from 1975 to 2010, told the audience that he had praised one of Kavanaugh’s rulings on campaign finance in a book that Stevens wrote in 2014. “At that time, I thought [Kavanaugh] had the qualifications for the Supreme Court should he be selected,” Stevens said, according to the Palm Beach Post. “I’ve changed my views for reasons that have no relationship to his intellectual ability. . . . I feel his performance in the hearings ultimately changed my mind.”

    On Thursday, Stevens noted that both senators and commentators said Kavanaugh’s defense of his reputation crossed a line. “I think there’s merit to that criticism and I think the senators should really pay attention to that,” Stevens said at an event held by the Institute for Learning in Retirement.

    Kavanaugh and his allies have touted the recognition the judge received from Stevens regarding a decision on whether foreigners may contribute to U.S. political campaigns. Kavanaugh, who has served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit since 2006, said in a speech that he was touched to have received a note from Stevens praising the decision.

    And the retired Supreme Court Justice is not alone in changing his mind about Kavanaugh:

    https://theintercept.com/2018/10/03/brett-kavanaugh-georgetown-prep-petition/

    The American Bar Association withdrew its support for Kavanaugh, as has Yale Law School, which is Kavanaugh’s legal alma mater and had quickly and enthusiastically embraced him when his nomination was announced.

    Additionally, three former law clerks for Kavanaugh who previously supported him have pulled back

    And a prominent conservative legal writer, Benjamin Wittes, published an article on Tuesday with the devastating headline, “I Know Brett Kavanaugh, but I Wouldn’t Confirm Him.”

    Trump could turn this raging controversy into another victory for himself by withdrawing Kavanaugh’s nomination, not because of the accusations against him but because of his temperament, and then nominating a female judge.

    • Replies: @Twinkie

    Trump could turn this raging controversy into another victory for himself by withdrawing Kavanaugh’s nomination
     
    Gee, thanks for the really thoughtful suggestion, no doubt given with the best intentions.

    then nominating a female judge.
     
    Don't worry. We are saving Amy Barrett for Ginsburg's seat.

    It will be 6-to-3 then. You'll love it.

    And the next oldest is Breyer.
    , @Thorfinnsson
    Concern trolling. You're not on our side.

    The vetted female judge who was talked up is a crazy lunatic who adopts niggers to virtue signal. Obviously a very bad choice.
  75. Trump could turn this raging controversy into another victory for himself by withdrawing Kavanaugh’s nomination, not because of the accusations against him but because of his temperament, and then nominating a female judge.

    The current whip count is below the threshold for confirmation. Collins, Flake, Manchin and Murkowski are the wild cards. Three of them have to vote no to keep Kavanaugh off the bench, assuming the Dems have don’t have any defections.

    • Replies: @Bliss
    You are following it a lot closer than me. And I am sure you are far more knowledgeable about the process than me. Is it too late for Trump to withdraw the nomination?
  76. @Daniel Chieh
    He's a hard liberal. No reason to care a whit about his thought at the end of the day.

    He’s a hard liberal.

    No “hard liberal” would have supported Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court in the first place. Especially at a time like this.

    Did you watch the hearing? Didn’t you cringe at Kavanaugh’s behavior? How can you justify putting a guy like that in the Supreme Court?

    • Replies: @Daniel Chieh
    I thought he would be quite excellent.
  77. @Okechukwu

    Trump could turn this raging controversy into another victory for himself by withdrawing Kavanaugh’s nomination, not because of the accusations against him but because of his temperament, and then nominating a female judge.
     
    The current whip count is below the threshold for confirmation. Collins, Flake, Manchin and Murkowski are the wild cards. Three of them have to vote no to keep Kavanaugh off the bench, assuming the Dems have don't have any defections.

    You are following it a lot closer than me. And I am sure you are far more knowledgeable about the process than me. Is it too late for Trump to withdraw the nomination?

    • Replies: @Okechukwu

    Is it too late for Trump to withdraw the nomination?
     
    Much too late. They will vote.

    Two of the four undecideds, Flake and Collins, say the FBI report is thorough, presumably meaning they're satisfied with it. Flake also said that he found no corroborating evidence in the report. If both vote yes, Kavanaugh will be confirmed.

    Btw, Stevens was a conservative when he got to the Supreme Court, but he switched sides later. The thing is, no one knows how these people will vote once they get on the court. One theory holds that they become more liberal as they get older.

  78. @Bliss
    And the retired Supreme Court Justice is not alone in changing his mind about Kavanaugh:

    https://theintercept.com/2018/10/03/brett-kavanaugh-georgetown-prep-petition/

    The American Bar Association withdrew its support for Kavanaugh, as has Yale Law School, which is Kavanaugh’s legal alma mater and had quickly and enthusiastically embraced him when his nomination was announced.

    Additionally, three former law clerks for Kavanaugh who previously supported him have pulled back

    And a prominent conservative legal writer, Benjamin Wittes, published an article on Tuesday with the devastating headline, “I Know Brett Kavanaugh, but I Wouldn’t Confirm Him.”


    Trump could turn this raging controversy into another victory for himself by withdrawing Kavanaugh’s nomination, not because of the accusations against him but because of his temperament, and then nominating a female judge.

    Trump could turn this raging controversy into another victory for himself by withdrawing Kavanaugh’s nomination

    Gee, thanks for the really thoughtful suggestion, no doubt given with the best intentions.

    then nominating a female judge.

    Don’t worry. We are saving Amy Barrett for Ginsburg’s seat.

    It will be 6-to-3 then. You’ll love it.

    And the next oldest is Breyer.

  79. @Bliss
    You are following it a lot closer than me. And I am sure you are far more knowledgeable about the process than me. Is it too late for Trump to withdraw the nomination?

    Is it too late for Trump to withdraw the nomination?

    Much too late. They will vote.

    Two of the four undecideds, Flake and Collins, say the FBI report is thorough, presumably meaning they’re satisfied with it. Flake also said that he found no corroborating evidence in the report. If both vote yes, Kavanaugh will be confirmed.

    Btw, Stevens was a conservative when he got to the Supreme Court, but he switched sides later. The thing is, no one knows how these people will vote once they get on the court. One theory holds that they become more liberal as they get older.

    • Replies: @Bliss

    Two of the four undecideds, Flake and Collins, say the FBI report is thorough, presumably meaning they’re satisfied with it.
     
    They could still deem Kavanaugh to be disqualified for the job because he doesn’t have the requisite judicial temperament. Right?

    Stevens noted that both senators and commentators said Kavanaugh’s defense of his reputation crossed a line. “I think there’s merit to that criticism and I think the senators should really pay attention to that,”
    , @Twinkie

    One theory holds that they become more liberal as they get older.
     
    That explains Scalia.
  80. @Okechukwu

    First, the US – along with other high IQ countries – is one of the very safest countries for young women in the world. Rape in civilized countries is an order of magnitude or two lower than in the Third World.
     
    Dumbest thing I've ever heard. Rape is a largely unreported, largely acquaintance crime. It knows no IQ, wealth, poverty or social class. Poor people do not rape more than rich people.

    College campuses, where people are generally brighter than average, can be expected to be even safer (convicts have 1 S.D. lower IQs than the population at large – and rapists have even lower IQs than other violent convicts).
     
    Is that right?

    The Rape Epidemic On College Campuses: What Needs To Change To Keep Students Safe

    http://thewomansreport.com/rape-epidemic-college-campuses-needs-change/

    I take back everything I said about you residing in America. Only a Russian troll who's never traveled outside his village would write this kind of junk. You better believe that women aren't safe around a bunch of testosterone-fueled drunken frat boys. If you'd ever been to one of these parties you'd notice that conscientious girls who don't want to be raped carefully monitor their alcohol consumption. They also never leave their drink unattended for fear of having it spiked. Sure, some girls want to party and don't mind getting gangbanged. Some girls even administer the roofies to themselves. Apparently, Dr. Ford wasn't that type of girl.

    You better believe that women aren’t safe around a bunch of testosterone-fueled drunken frat boys.

    I predict drunken frat boys won’t be feeling too safe in certain campuses around the country now.

    Imagine angry coeds marching up and down frat row with a flaming torch in one hand and a pitchfork in the other, yelling obscenities. Lol.

    • Replies: @Thorfinnsson
    Coeds want to meet fratboys.

    The women who protest them are usually ugly.

    I suspect that you are not attractive.
  81. @Bliss

    He’s a hard liberal.
     
    No “hard liberal” would have supported Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court in the first place. Especially at a time like this.

    Did you watch the hearing? Didn’t you cringe at Kavanaugh’s behavior? How can you justify putting a guy like that in the Supreme Court?

    I thought he would be quite excellent.

  82. @Okechukwu

    Is it too late for Trump to withdraw the nomination?
     
    Much too late. They will vote.

    Two of the four undecideds, Flake and Collins, say the FBI report is thorough, presumably meaning they're satisfied with it. Flake also said that he found no corroborating evidence in the report. If both vote yes, Kavanaugh will be confirmed.

    Btw, Stevens was a conservative when he got to the Supreme Court, but he switched sides later. The thing is, no one knows how these people will vote once they get on the court. One theory holds that they become more liberal as they get older.

    Two of the four undecideds, Flake and Collins, say the FBI report is thorough, presumably meaning they’re satisfied with it.

    They could still deem Kavanaugh to be disqualified for the job because he doesn’t have the requisite judicial temperament. Right?

    Stevens noted that both senators and commentators said Kavanaugh’s defense of his reputation crossed a line. “I think there’s merit to that criticism and I think the senators should really pay attention to that,”

    • LOL: iffen
    • Replies: @Okechukwu

    They could still deem Kavanaugh to be disqualified for the job because he doesn’t have the requisite judicial temperament. Right?
     
    They won't risk it. It's Kavanaugh or bust.

    If Kavanaugh fails, the GOP won't be able to confirm another Justice before the midterms. There's a chance the Dems will win enough seats to become the majority, meaning they'll take over all the committees, including Judiciary. If that happens no other Trump appointee will receive consideration. They'll say Trump is unfit, a lame duck, a Russian stooge, the subject of multitudinous civil and criminal investigations, etc. They'll suspend all work on any new nominations until after the general election in 2020 when the new president is likely to be a Democrat.

    Btw, this is what the Republicans did to Obama's pick Garland. Although they didn't accuse Obama of being unfit or of any nefarious practices. They just accused him of being a lame duck. With this precedent, no president who wins a second term can get a Supreme Court justice on the bench if the opposing party controls congress.

    I didn't really care about Kavanaugh getting on the court until recently. Now all these groups have royally pissed him off and he'll have a permanent stain the rest of his tenure. The same thing happened with Clarence Thomas. As a consequence, he tends to vote his vendetta rather than reasoned judicial principles. He reflexively votes against anything the liberal groups (his enemies) are in favor of.

  83. @Twinkie
    A History of Warfare by John Keegan.

    Also Mask of Command by the same author. Max Hastings’ books on WW2, Korea and Vietnam are also great.

  84. @Bliss

    Two of the four undecideds, Flake and Collins, say the FBI report is thorough, presumably meaning they’re satisfied with it.
     
    They could still deem Kavanaugh to be disqualified for the job because he doesn’t have the requisite judicial temperament. Right?

    Stevens noted that both senators and commentators said Kavanaugh’s defense of his reputation crossed a line. “I think there’s merit to that criticism and I think the senators should really pay attention to that,”

    They could still deem Kavanaugh to be disqualified for the job because he doesn’t have the requisite judicial temperament. Right?

    They won’t risk it. It’s Kavanaugh or bust.

    If Kavanaugh fails, the GOP won’t be able to confirm another Justice before the midterms. There’s a chance the Dems will win enough seats to become the majority, meaning they’ll take over all the committees, including Judiciary. If that happens no other Trump appointee will receive consideration. They’ll say Trump is unfit, a lame duck, a Russian stooge, the subject of multitudinous civil and criminal investigations, etc. They’ll suspend all work on any new nominations until after the general election in 2020 when the new president is likely to be a Democrat.

    Btw, this is what the Republicans did to Obama’s pick Garland. Although they didn’t accuse Obama of being unfit or of any nefarious practices. They just accused him of being a lame duck. With this precedent, no president who wins a second term can get a Supreme Court justice on the bench if the opposing party controls congress.

    I didn’t really care about Kavanaugh getting on the court until recently. Now all these groups have royally pissed him off and he’ll have a permanent stain the rest of his tenure. The same thing happened with Clarence Thomas. As a consequence, he tends to vote his vendetta rather than reasoned judicial principles. He reflexively votes against anything the liberal groups (his enemies) are in favor of.

    • Replies: @LondonBob
    Republicans could lose the House, but they should gain seats in the Senate.
    , @Bliss

    They won’t risk it. It’s Kavanaugh or bust.

    If Kavanaugh fails, the GOP won’t be able to confirm another Justice before the midterms. There’s a chance the Dems will win enough seats to become the majority, meaning they’ll take over all the committees, including Judiciary.
     
    Makes a lot of sense from the unprincipled political perspective. They just don’t care that Kavanaugh is temperamentally unfit to be a judge.


    Btw, Kavanaugh also lied under oath according to this Unz Review blogger:

    http://www.unz.com/article/bret-kavanaugh-is-a-liar-a-perjurer-and-belongs-in-jail-instead-of-on-the-supreme-court/#comment-2554449

    And this article, by someone who went to the same Law School as Kavanaugh (Yale), proves that Kavanaugh lied numerous times during his hearing:

    https://www.currentaffairs.org/2018/09/how-we-know-kavanaugh-is-lying

    Shall we do one more lie? I know it’s getting late, and there is more that needs to be covered. But let’s talk about the Devil’s Triangle. This is common slang for a threesome between one woman and two men. Kavanaugh’s yearbook page contains the phrase, which presumably seemed amusing to sneak into print. When he was questioned about it, however, Kavanaugh replied:


    WHITEHOUSE: Devil’s triangle?

    KAVANAUGH: Drinking game.

    WHITEHOUSE: How’s it played?

    KAVANAUGH: Three glasses in a triangle.

    WHITEHOUSE: And?

    KAVANAUGH: You ever played quarters?

    WHITEHOUSE: No (ph).

    KAVANAUGH: OK. It’s a quarters game.


    Senator Whitehouse (of course) then moved on. But Kavanaugh’s testimony is more significant than someone who hadn’t heard the phrase before might think. That’s because nobody seems to have heard of such a drinking game. It doesn’t exist. Kavanaugh made up a fictitious game in order to sustain his phony image as a high schooler who knew nothing about sex and therefore could never have attempted to rape a woman (or, as Ford alleges, coerce her into a threesome, sometimes called a “Devil’s triangle.”) Kavanaugh’s falsehood here was blatant, and a supporter rushed to edit the Wikipedia page for the term to fabricate the existence of such a game and pretend it had existed all along.

    Let me turn to my colleague Pete Davis, who went to high school in the D.C. area and knows what the term means:

    It’s one of the most blatant lies I’ve ever seen. It’s special among the lies because it’s not a simple denial. It’s a completely fake game that he invented whole cloth. Every guy who went to my D.C.-area high school knows what “devil’s triangle” means. I’m sure Brett Kavanaugh knows what it means, too. There is no reference to this “drinking game” on the entire internet or in the entire history of books written in English. There are, however, tons of references to the other act, an act that a high school jock would be into joking about. And it’s relevant to the crime because it’s literally what Ford is accusing Kavanaugh and Judge of attempting to do.

    So we know he was lying when he pretended he didn’t know it was a threesome. Does this affect how much we should trust Kavanaugh when he says he didn’t try to force Christine Ford into one and was innocent in all sexual matters? I’ll let you decide that one.
  85. @Okechukwu

    Is it too late for Trump to withdraw the nomination?
     
    Much too late. They will vote.

    Two of the four undecideds, Flake and Collins, say the FBI report is thorough, presumably meaning they're satisfied with it. Flake also said that he found no corroborating evidence in the report. If both vote yes, Kavanaugh will be confirmed.

    Btw, Stevens was a conservative when he got to the Supreme Court, but he switched sides later. The thing is, no one knows how these people will vote once they get on the court. One theory holds that they become more liberal as they get older.

    One theory holds that they become more liberal as they get older.

    That explains Scalia.

  86. @iffen
    the fact that these lunatics have these weapons is way scarier.

    Throw in the obvious (we are the only ones to have ever used them) and you might need to stay up nights worrying.

    And, regarding which countries’ governments and cultures are worrying: While the Senate fiasco was in progress, Mr. Putin was visiting the Russian national chess team’s training camp at Sochi.

  87. @Okechukwu

    They could still deem Kavanaugh to be disqualified for the job because he doesn’t have the requisite judicial temperament. Right?
     
    They won't risk it. It's Kavanaugh or bust.

    If Kavanaugh fails, the GOP won't be able to confirm another Justice before the midterms. There's a chance the Dems will win enough seats to become the majority, meaning they'll take over all the committees, including Judiciary. If that happens no other Trump appointee will receive consideration. They'll say Trump is unfit, a lame duck, a Russian stooge, the subject of multitudinous civil and criminal investigations, etc. They'll suspend all work on any new nominations until after the general election in 2020 when the new president is likely to be a Democrat.

    Btw, this is what the Republicans did to Obama's pick Garland. Although they didn't accuse Obama of being unfit or of any nefarious practices. They just accused him of being a lame duck. With this precedent, no president who wins a second term can get a Supreme Court justice on the bench if the opposing party controls congress.

    I didn't really care about Kavanaugh getting on the court until recently. Now all these groups have royally pissed him off and he'll have a permanent stain the rest of his tenure. The same thing happened with Clarence Thomas. As a consequence, he tends to vote his vendetta rather than reasoned judicial principles. He reflexively votes against anything the liberal groups (his enemies) are in favor of.

    Republicans could lose the House, but they should gain seats in the Senate.

  88. @Dmitry
    That's probably even a valid statement.

    Still, why would we watch him?

    You don’t have to. You don’t have to whine about it either.

  89. @iffen
    Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life.

    John McCain ain't around to bitch-slap him every week.

    He sounded even more hysterical than usual.
    Graham also appeared to me to suggest that he wasn’t convinced of Kagan’s and Sotomayor’s credibility when he voted for them.
    Maybe someone needs to ask him about the meaning of that comment.

  90. @Felix Keverich
    LOL You seem to trust Western media on Russia, why don't you trust them on Kavanaugh?

    Because they provided evidence in one case and not in the other.

    In the Skripal incident, the Russians were photographed at the scene, and their explanations were laughable (particularly their fear of 2cm of snow).

    In the Kavanaugh farce, every falsifiable statement of the accusers has been disproved. Eg she has a fear of flying, but is found to have more frequent flyer points than the pope.

    • Replies: @Felix Keverich

    In the Skripal incident, the Russians were photographed at the scene
     
    The Russians were photographed checking out jewerly store...Kavanaugh accusers provided much stronger evidence. Seriosuly.

    You have the same issue reiner tor has: willing to believe the worst things about Russians, but willing to exonerate a priviledged WASPy male.

    , @neutral
    When you say evidence, one actually needs evidence of them committing the crime. This really is in the same class as Kavanaugh as people have already made up their minds of the guilt, they consider innuendo and repeating the same talking points over and over as solid evidence.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    Eg she has a fear of flying, but is found to have more frequent flyer points than the pope.
     
    Was His Holiness able to transfer his TWA miles to American in 2001?
  91. Because they provided evidence in one case and not in the other.

    Really? In one case, the “”evidence”” is the fact that two guys happen to be Russian. In the other case, the “”evidence”” is that the accused is a fucking white male. Totes different and not at all the same. (sarcasm)

    • Replies: @reiner Tor

    two guys happen to be Russian
     
    Two intelligence operatives who just happen to be from the Russian services. Just on the exact date Skripal was poisoned. It must be a coincidence.
  92. @Okechukwu

    They could still deem Kavanaugh to be disqualified for the job because he doesn’t have the requisite judicial temperament. Right?
     
    They won't risk it. It's Kavanaugh or bust.

    If Kavanaugh fails, the GOP won't be able to confirm another Justice before the midterms. There's a chance the Dems will win enough seats to become the majority, meaning they'll take over all the committees, including Judiciary. If that happens no other Trump appointee will receive consideration. They'll say Trump is unfit, a lame duck, a Russian stooge, the subject of multitudinous civil and criminal investigations, etc. They'll suspend all work on any new nominations until after the general election in 2020 when the new president is likely to be a Democrat.

    Btw, this is what the Republicans did to Obama's pick Garland. Although they didn't accuse Obama of being unfit or of any nefarious practices. They just accused him of being a lame duck. With this precedent, no president who wins a second term can get a Supreme Court justice on the bench if the opposing party controls congress.

    I didn't really care about Kavanaugh getting on the court until recently. Now all these groups have royally pissed him off and he'll have a permanent stain the rest of his tenure. The same thing happened with Clarence Thomas. As a consequence, he tends to vote his vendetta rather than reasoned judicial principles. He reflexively votes against anything the liberal groups (his enemies) are in favor of.

    They won’t risk it. It’s Kavanaugh or bust.

    If Kavanaugh fails, the GOP won’t be able to confirm another Justice before the midterms. There’s a chance the Dems will win enough seats to become the majority, meaning they’ll take over all the committees, including Judiciary.

    Makes a lot of sense from the unprincipled political perspective. They just don’t care that Kavanaugh is temperamentally unfit to be a judge.

    Btw, Kavanaugh also lied under oath according to this Unz Review blogger:

    http://www.unz.com/article/bret-kavanaugh-is-a-liar-a-perjurer-and-belongs-in-jail-instead-of-on-the-supreme-court/#comment-2554449

    And this article, by someone who went to the same Law School as Kavanaugh (Yale), proves that Kavanaugh lied numerous times during his hearing:

    https://www.currentaffairs.org/2018/09/how-we-know-kavanaugh-is-lying

    Shall we do one more lie? I know it’s getting late, and there is more that needs to be covered. But let’s talk about the Devil’s Triangle. This is common slang for a threesome between one woman and two men. Kavanaugh’s yearbook page contains the phrase, which presumably seemed amusing to sneak into print. When he was questioned about it, however, Kavanaugh replied:

    WHITEHOUSE: Devil’s triangle?

    KAVANAUGH: Drinking game.

    WHITEHOUSE: How’s it played?

    KAVANAUGH: Three glasses in a triangle.

    WHITEHOUSE: And?

    KAVANAUGH: You ever played quarters?

    WHITEHOUSE: No (ph).

    KAVANAUGH: OK. It’s a quarters game.

    Senator Whitehouse (of course) then moved on. But Kavanaugh’s testimony is more significant than someone who hadn’t heard the phrase before might think. That’s because nobody seems to have heard of such a drinking game. It doesn’t exist. Kavanaugh made up a fictitious game in order to sustain his phony image as a high schooler who knew nothing about sex and therefore could never have attempted to rape a woman (or, as Ford alleges, coerce her into a threesome, sometimes called a “Devil’s triangle.”) Kavanaugh’s falsehood here was blatant, and a supporter rushed to edit the Wikipedia page for the term to fabricate the existence of such a game and pretend it had existed all along.

    Let me turn to my colleague Pete Davis, who went to high school in the D.C. area and knows what the term means:

    It’s one of the most blatant lies I’ve ever seen. It’s special among the lies because it’s not a simple denial. It’s a completely fake game that he invented whole cloth. Every guy who went to my D.C.-area high school knows what “devil’s triangle” means. I’m sure Brett Kavanaugh knows what it means, too. There is no reference to this “drinking game” on the entire internet or in the entire history of books written in English. There are, however, tons of references to the other act, an act that a high school jock would be into joking about. And it’s relevant to the crime because it’s literally what Ford is accusing Kavanaugh and Judge of attempting to do.

    So we know he was lying when he pretended he didn’t know it was a threesome. Does this affect how much we should trust Kavanaugh when he says he didn’t try to force Christine Ford into one and was innocent in all sexual matters? I’ll let you decide that one.

    • Replies: @reiner Tor

    And this article, by someone who went to the same Law School as Kavanaugh (Yale), proves that Kavanaugh lied numerous times during his hearing:

    https://www.currentaffairs.org/2018/09/how-we-know-kavanaugh-is-lying
     
    I read that article. I found it very convincing at first. But many of its points have turned out to have been false, or matters of interpretation, etc. Here's one example, regarding the Devil's Triangle:

    https://twitter.com/guypbenson/status/1047930830012796928
  93. @Bliss

    They won’t risk it. It’s Kavanaugh or bust.

    If Kavanaugh fails, the GOP won’t be able to confirm another Justice before the midterms. There’s a chance the Dems will win enough seats to become the majority, meaning they’ll take over all the committees, including Judiciary.
     
    Makes a lot of sense from the unprincipled political perspective. They just don’t care that Kavanaugh is temperamentally unfit to be a judge.


    Btw, Kavanaugh also lied under oath according to this Unz Review blogger:

    http://www.unz.com/article/bret-kavanaugh-is-a-liar-a-perjurer-and-belongs-in-jail-instead-of-on-the-supreme-court/#comment-2554449

    And this article, by someone who went to the same Law School as Kavanaugh (Yale), proves that Kavanaugh lied numerous times during his hearing:

    https://www.currentaffairs.org/2018/09/how-we-know-kavanaugh-is-lying

    Shall we do one more lie? I know it’s getting late, and there is more that needs to be covered. But let’s talk about the Devil’s Triangle. This is common slang for a threesome between one woman and two men. Kavanaugh’s yearbook page contains the phrase, which presumably seemed amusing to sneak into print. When he was questioned about it, however, Kavanaugh replied:


    WHITEHOUSE: Devil’s triangle?

    KAVANAUGH: Drinking game.

    WHITEHOUSE: How’s it played?

    KAVANAUGH: Three glasses in a triangle.

    WHITEHOUSE: And?

    KAVANAUGH: You ever played quarters?

    WHITEHOUSE: No (ph).

    KAVANAUGH: OK. It’s a quarters game.


    Senator Whitehouse (of course) then moved on. But Kavanaugh’s testimony is more significant than someone who hadn’t heard the phrase before might think. That’s because nobody seems to have heard of such a drinking game. It doesn’t exist. Kavanaugh made up a fictitious game in order to sustain his phony image as a high schooler who knew nothing about sex and therefore could never have attempted to rape a woman (or, as Ford alleges, coerce her into a threesome, sometimes called a “Devil’s triangle.”) Kavanaugh’s falsehood here was blatant, and a supporter rushed to edit the Wikipedia page for the term to fabricate the existence of such a game and pretend it had existed all along.

    Let me turn to my colleague Pete Davis, who went to high school in the D.C. area and knows what the term means:

    It’s one of the most blatant lies I’ve ever seen. It’s special among the lies because it’s not a simple denial. It’s a completely fake game that he invented whole cloth. Every guy who went to my D.C.-area high school knows what “devil’s triangle” means. I’m sure Brett Kavanaugh knows what it means, too. There is no reference to this “drinking game” on the entire internet or in the entire history of books written in English. There are, however, tons of references to the other act, an act that a high school jock would be into joking about. And it’s relevant to the crime because it’s literally what Ford is accusing Kavanaugh and Judge of attempting to do.

    So we know he was lying when he pretended he didn’t know it was a threesome. Does this affect how much we should trust Kavanaugh when he says he didn’t try to force Christine Ford into one and was innocent in all sexual matters? I’ll let you decide that one.

    And this article, by someone who went to the same Law School as Kavanaugh (Yale), proves that Kavanaugh lied numerous times during his hearing:

    https://www.currentaffairs.org/2018/09/how-we-know-kavanaugh-is-lying

    I read that article. I found it very convincing at first. But many of its points have turned out to have been false, or matters of interpretation, etc. Here’s one example, regarding the Devil’s Triangle:

    • Replies: @Not Raul
    Do we know that the yearbook image is legit, rather than Photoshopped, etc.?
  94. @anonymous coward

    Because they provided evidence in one case and not in the other.
     
    Really? In one case, the ""evidence"" is the fact that two guys happen to be Russian. In the other case, the ""evidence"" is that the accused is a fucking white male. Totes different and not at all the same. (sarcasm)

    two guys happen to be Russian

    Two intelligence operatives who just happen to be from the Russian services. Just on the exact date Skripal was poisoned. It must be a coincidence.

    • Replies: @anonymous coward

    Two intelligence operatives who just happen to be from the Russian services.
     
    There is 0 (zero) evidence these two are 'intelligence operatives'. Their only crime is being male and Russian.
  95. @jimmyriddle
    Because they provided evidence in one case and not in the other.

    In the Skripal incident, the Russians were photographed at the scene, and their explanations were laughable (particularly their fear of 2cm of snow).

    In the Kavanaugh farce, every falsifiable statement of the accusers has been disproved. Eg she has a fear of flying, but is found to have more frequent flyer points than the pope.

    In the Skripal incident, the Russians were photographed at the scene

    The Russians were photographed checking out jewerly store…Kavanaugh accusers provided much stronger evidence. Seriosuly.

    You have the same issue reiner tor has: willing to believe the worst things about Russians, but willing to exonerate a priviledged WASPy male.

    • Replies: @jimmyriddle
    Lol.I suggest you read my comment history. I tend to be very sceptical of Anglo narratives on things like MH17. Eg:

    http://www.unz.com/pgiraldi/mh17-the-blaming-putin-game-goes-on/#comment-1007983
    , @Jaakko Raipala

    You have the same issue reiner tor has: willing to believe the worst things about Russians, but willing to exonerate a priviledged WASPy male.
     
    You don't know what you're talking about. Kavanaugh is not a WASP, he is a Catholic of Irish roots so he comes from the biggest historical enemy of WASP elites. Calling him "WASPy" is about the ignorance equivalent of some Englishman choosing a Latvian Bolshevik from the NKVD as proof that ethnic Russians were privileged in the USSR because he to an Englishman a Latvian just looks and sounds like a Russian.

    In case you didn't realize it, the AS stands for Anglo-Saxon and P stands for Protestant. The term WASP came into use in the era when the big issue was Catholic, mainly Irish, immigration to the United States and opposition to Irish Catholic influence defined what a WASP was. The traditionalist WASPs lost that fight, Catholics flooded the US and made their way to leftist elites, and the election of the Irish Catholic John F Kennedy was the end of WASP dominated America. American elites still have a lot of WASPs but unlike the WASPs of yesterday they have to work with Jews and Catholics now.

    Donald Trump is also not a WASP and that's a part of why WASPs like the Bush family hate Trump so much. The WASPs lost the Democrats first as they became the party of blacks, Catholics, Jews and other non-WASPs but the public face of the Republican party was still pretty WASP (with the Jewish neocons accepting a background position in the party). Trump is the Republican equivalent of John F Kennedy, the end of WASP control of his party.

    , @reiner Tor

    You have the same issue reiner tor has: willing to believe the worst things about Russians, but willing to exonerate a priviledged WASPy male.
     
    Well, what is your explanation to the Skripal case? Do you believe these guys were Russian intelligence operatives?
  96. @reiner Tor

    two guys happen to be Russian
     
    Two intelligence operatives who just happen to be from the Russian services. Just on the exact date Skripal was poisoned. It must be a coincidence.

    Two intelligence operatives who just happen to be from the Russian services.

    There is 0 (zero) evidence these two are ‘intelligence operatives’. Their only crime is being male and Russian.

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    Well, they traveled on fake passports. We know this, because no former schoolmates or distant relatives or former neighbors etc. have been found, which is highly unusual for such a high profile case.

    The only way someone can travel from Russia with a fake Russian passport is if the Russian authorities are okay with with it. Which is to say, if they are intelligence operatives.

    Was it you who recently proposed they were petty criminals? It now seems impossible. They also cannot have been simple homosexuals, for the same reason.

    Russia put some effort into propaganda, but it was a highly incompetent effort. Since at that point it must've been organized from the highest places (or else the highest places are absolutely totally incompetent not caring for this important propaganda issue), this means that there are nearly impossible levels of incompetence at the highest levels, including in the closest entourage of Putin.

    And then, what is so unbelievable about such incompetence in the GRU itself?

  97. @jimmyriddle
    Because they provided evidence in one case and not in the other.

    In the Skripal incident, the Russians were photographed at the scene, and their explanations were laughable (particularly their fear of 2cm of snow).

    In the Kavanaugh farce, every falsifiable statement of the accusers has been disproved. Eg she has a fear of flying, but is found to have more frequent flyer points than the pope.

    When you say evidence, one actually needs evidence of them committing the crime. This really is in the same class as Kavanaugh as people have already made up their minds of the guilt, they consider innuendo and repeating the same talking points over and over as solid evidence.

    • Replies: @AP
    Not really. In one case the Russians, intelligence agents, are proven to be in the obscure English city at the time of the crime. In the other case, no evidence places Kavanaugh at a party with Blasey.

    If the only evidence against the Russians was a witness who claimed to see them there with no corroborating evidence, it would be the same. But it isn't, there is footage of the Russians.

  98. @Dmitry

    within high school I would not necessarily have talked to otherwise.
     
    This kind of impassable caste system is a unique part in American high-school I guess...

    I think it was in the Sailer blog, where he hypothesized a lot of the dislike of Trump from journalists, is he (Trump) reminds them of sports team players who used to bully them in highschool.

    -

    Funnily, "prom king" and "prom queen", was developing in the 1950s, according to Wikipedia, with an aim of "fighting homosexuality"

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prom#History

    Those of us who are pro-Trump make jokes about this as well. Trump is the jock who stuffs liberal dweebs into lockers and laughs about it.

    I was part of the clique which disdained or ignored the caste system, and as such most of my friends did not go to Prom. I however sensed it was important and did so. It is a good experience as it forces boys to ask girls out. My first pick rejected me, for the perhaps understandable reason that I couldn’t remember her name. #2 said yes. She bailed on me after the event, but did well during the event. I ended up at a good after party hosted by someone of Danish descent and hooked up with an extremely drunk girl who was named after an actress in Dr. Zhivago because her father thought the actress was hot.

    The caste system in American schooling might be connected to the fact that American teens can drive, and also that so many other activities (e.g. sports) are integrated with schooling in America.

  99. @Mr. XYZ
    I suspect that a part of liberals' anger towards Kavanaugh is that, as an originalist, he is going to be unlikely to show much--if any--mercy to other people who did bad things in their teenage years. For instance, Kavanaugh might uphold a death penalty sentence for someone who committed, say, rape or murder during their teenage years.

    I got hammered when I was a teenager. Continued getting hammered as an adult.

    Somehow, I never murdered anyone.

    In the era of #MeToo I no longer know what rape is.

    I plan on following the Mike Pence plan from now on.

  100. @Dmitry
    Definitely some kind of "idiocracy" here

    https://twitter.com/emrata/status/1047948187342913537

    This whore (confirmed) should be stripped of her citizenship.

  101. @neutral
    When you say evidence, one actually needs evidence of them committing the crime. This really is in the same class as Kavanaugh as people have already made up their minds of the guilt, they consider innuendo and repeating the same talking points over and over as solid evidence.

    Not really. In one case the Russians, intelligence agents, are proven to be in the obscure English city at the time of the crime. In the other case, no evidence places Kavanaugh at a party with Blasey.

    If the only evidence against the Russians was a witness who claimed to see them there with no corroborating evidence, it would be the same. But it isn’t, there is footage of the Russians.

    • Replies: @neutral
    Again, that is not evidence, in no civilized court of law with a hint of legalistic principles can you charge somebody with murder because they were in the same city.
  102. @Yevardian
    Simply disgusting! Almost makes me empathise with Talha.

    I am a conservative and happen to agree with Talha on many of these topics myself.

    Having actually lived the libertine (or more accurately, degenerate) lifestyle I’m well acquainted with its downsides.

    I mean let me tell you about last night…I still don’t know where my car is but “Megan” seems nice.

  103. @Felix Keverich

    In the Skripal incident, the Russians were photographed at the scene
     
    The Russians were photographed checking out jewerly store...Kavanaugh accusers provided much stronger evidence. Seriosuly.

    You have the same issue reiner tor has: willing to believe the worst things about Russians, but willing to exonerate a priviledged WASPy male.

    Lol.I suggest you read my comment history. I tend to be very sceptical of Anglo narratives on things like MH17. Eg:

    http://www.unz.com/pgiraldi/mh17-the-blaming-putin-game-goes-on/#comment-1007983

  104. @iffen
    If you’re asking me personally?

    Yes, but rhetorical.

    But there are a lot of people who drink until they can’t remember,

    I do not believe this to be a fact. I would need some solid scientific work to make me change my mind.

    “But there are a lot of people who drink until they can’t remember”

    I can’t remember doing that.

    • Replies: @iffen
    Do you mean you can't remember not remembering?
  105. @Bliss
    I watched about an hour of Kavanaugh defending himself and it was obvious that the guy had no business being any kind of judge, fuggedabout about Supreme Court judge. Even his family must have been embarrassed watching him act so juvenile, so undignified. Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, appointed by a Republican President, agrees:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/courts_law/retired-justice-stevens-calls-kavanaughs-hearing-performance-disqualifying/2018/10/04/70c4a36e-c81a-11e8-b2b5-79270f9cce17_story.html?utm_term=.4c03edcea1b9

    Retired Justice Stevens calls Kavanaugh’s hearing performance disqualifying


    So do over 2400 law professors from around the country who signed the following petition:

    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/10/03/opinion/kavanaugh-law-professors-letter.html

    Judicial temperament is one of the most important qualities of a judge. As the Congressional Research Service explains, a judge requires “a personality that is even-handed, unbiased, impartial, courteous yet firm, and dedicated to a process, not a result.” The concern for judicial temperament dates back to our founding; in Federalist 78, titled “Judges as Guardians of the Constitution,” Alexander Hamilton expressed the need for “the integrity and moderation of the judiciary.”

    We are law professors who teach, research and write about the judicial institutions of this country. Many of us appear in state and federal court, and our work means that we will continue to do so, including before the United States Supreme Court. We regret that we feel compelled to write to you, our Senators, to provide our views that at the Senate hearings on Sept. 27, Judge Brett Kavanaugh displayed a lack of judicial temperament that would be disqualifying for any court, and certainly for elevation to the highest court of this land.

    The question at issue was of course painful for anyone. But Judge Kavanaugh exhibited a lack of commitment to judicious inquiry. Instead of being open to the necessary search for accuracy, Judge Kavanaugh was repeatedly aggressive with questioners. Even in his prepared remarks, Judge Kavanaugh described the hearing as partisan, referring to it as “a calculated and orchestrated political hit,” rather than acknowledging the need for the Senate, faced with new information, to try to understand what had transpired. Instead of trying to sort out with reason and care the allegations that were raised, Judge Kavanaugh responded in an intemperate, inflammatory and partial manner, as he interrupted and, at times, was discourteous to senators.

    As you know, under two statutes governing bias and recusal, judges must step aside if they are at risk of being perceived as or of being unfair. As Congress has previously put it, a judge or justice “shall disqualify himself in any proceeding in which his impartiality might reasonably be questioned.” These statutes are part of a myriad of legal commitments to the impartiality of the judiciary, which is the cornerstone of the courts.

    We have differing views about the other qualifications of Judge Kavanaugh. But we are united, as professors of law and scholars of judicial institutions, in believing that he did not display the impartiality and judicial temperament requisite to sit on the highest court of our land.

    Big surprise, the Jews oppose a conservative judge.

    I happen to agree that Kavanaugh lied about many things, which should be disqualifying in a normal country.

    But we’re not in a normal country. The only thing that matters anymore is people like me preventing people like you from seizing power.

    And on that metric Kavanaugh seems like he’s our guy.

    • Agree: dfordoom
    • Replies: @Daniel Chieh
    An appropriate coda for democracy.
  106. @Okechukwu

    First, the US – along with other high IQ countries – is one of the very safest countries for young women in the world. Rape in civilized countries is an order of magnitude or two lower than in the Third World.
     
    Dumbest thing I've ever heard. Rape is a largely unreported, largely acquaintance crime. It knows no IQ, wealth, poverty or social class. Poor people do not rape more than rich people.

    College campuses, where people are generally brighter than average, can be expected to be even safer (convicts have 1 S.D. lower IQs than the population at large – and rapists have even lower IQs than other violent convicts).
     
    Is that right?

    The Rape Epidemic On College Campuses: What Needs To Change To Keep Students Safe

    http://thewomansreport.com/rape-epidemic-college-campuses-needs-change/

    I take back everything I said about you residing in America. Only a Russian troll who's never traveled outside his village would write this kind of junk. You better believe that women aren't safe around a bunch of testosterone-fueled drunken frat boys. If you'd ever been to one of these parties you'd notice that conscientious girls who don't want to be raped carefully monitor their alcohol consumption. They also never leave their drink unattended for fear of having it spiked. Sure, some girls want to party and don't mind getting gangbanged. Some girls even administer the roofies to themselves. Apparently, Dr. Ford wasn't that type of girl.

    Big surprise, the nigger with a chip on his shoulder is a total fool.

    Sure poor people don’t rape more than rich people. And women definitely don’t want to meet frat boys lol.

    Are you selling a bridge in New York?

    • Replies: @Okechukwu

    Big surprise, the nigger with a chip on his shoulder is a total fool.
     
    Only miserable, unsuccessful people like yourself have chips on their shoulders. I have no reason to have a chip on my shoulder. I am the American dream.

    It's indicative of the cowardly nature of your ilk that no white person has ever called me a nigger in real life. Not one time in all my life. And I have been to every part of America. I mean, I know you're out there. But in real life it's all "yes, sir", "no, sir", "how are you today, sir?" and "whatever you say, sir." Online, however, you're brave.


    Sure poor people don’t rape more than rich people
     
    Well, the impoverished Catholic Dioceses of Uganda aren't quite as prolific in raping little boys as their sister Dioceses in the affluent West. In fact it appears that the Catholic church doesn't rape little boys at all anywhere in Africa.

    Leave it to a hairy white nationalist baboon to think there is a nexus between wealth (or lack of wealth) and rape. I bet you think that rape is about sex too. Well, it's not. Anybody can have sex. Rape is about power and domination.


    And women definitely don’t want to meet frat boys lol.
     
    I didn't say they didn't, you old goat. I recall recounting my experiences at the kind of high school and college parties Kavanaugh attended during his time. I recall saying that some girls look forward to partying -- getting drunk, taking drugs, having sex.
  107. @Bliss
    And the retired Supreme Court Justice is not alone in changing his mind about Kavanaugh:

    https://theintercept.com/2018/10/03/brett-kavanaugh-georgetown-prep-petition/

    The American Bar Association withdrew its support for Kavanaugh, as has Yale Law School, which is Kavanaugh’s legal alma mater and had quickly and enthusiastically embraced him when his nomination was announced.

    Additionally, three former law clerks for Kavanaugh who previously supported him have pulled back

    And a prominent conservative legal writer, Benjamin Wittes, published an article on Tuesday with the devastating headline, “I Know Brett Kavanaugh, but I Wouldn’t Confirm Him.”


    Trump could turn this raging controversy into another victory for himself by withdrawing Kavanaugh’s nomination, not because of the accusations against him but because of his temperament, and then nominating a female judge.

    Concern trolling. You’re not on our side.

    The vetted female judge who was talked up is a crazy lunatic who adopts niggers to virtue signal. Obviously a very bad choice.

  108. @Bliss

    You better believe that women aren’t safe around a bunch of testosterone-fueled drunken frat boys.
     
    I predict drunken frat boys won’t be feeling too safe in certain campuses around the country now.

    Imagine angry coeds marching up and down frat row with a flaming torch in one hand and a pitchfork in the other, yelling obscenities. Lol.

    Coeds want to meet fratboys.

    The women who protest them are usually ugly.

    I suspect that you are not attractive.

  109. @AP
    Not really. In one case the Russians, intelligence agents, are proven to be in the obscure English city at the time of the crime. In the other case, no evidence places Kavanaugh at a party with Blasey.

    If the only evidence against the Russians was a witness who claimed to see them there with no corroborating evidence, it would be the same. But it isn't, there is footage of the Russians.

    Again, that is not evidence, in no civilized court of law with a hint of legalistic principles can you charge somebody with murder because they were in the same city.

    • Replies: @AP

    Again, that is not evidence
     
    Of course it is. Two intelligence agents, arrived in an obscure city prior to a crime against a defector from their country, and left soon after the crime occurred.

    in no civilized court of law with a hint of legalistic principles can you charge somebody with murder because they were in the same city
     
    It's enough to be charged and to generate all sorts of warrants for further investigation, but by itself probably not enough to convict. They haven't been convicted, have they?

    At any rate, its much more than what the Democrats have against Kavanaugh which was the point of my post. The situations are not comparable.
  110. @neutral
    Again, that is not evidence, in no civilized court of law with a hint of legalistic principles can you charge somebody with murder because they were in the same city.

    Again, that is not evidence

    Of course it is. Two intelligence agents, arrived in an obscure city prior to a crime against a defector from their country, and left soon after the crime occurred.

    in no civilized court of law with a hint of legalistic principles can you charge somebody with murder because they were in the same city

    It’s enough to be charged and to generate all sorts of warrants for further investigation, but by itself probably not enough to convict. They haven’t been convicted, have they?

    At any rate, its much more than what the Democrats have against Kavanaugh which was the point of my post. The situations are not comparable.

  111. @Thorfinnsson
    Big surprise, the Jews oppose a conservative judge.

    I happen to agree that Kavanaugh lied about many things, which should be disqualifying in a normal country.

    But we're not in a normal country. The only thing that matters anymore is people like me preventing people like you from seizing power.

    And on that metric Kavanaugh seems like he's our guy.

    An appropriate coda for democracy.

  112. @Dmitry
    Generally, judges of all kinds, are not people I likely feel sympathy for.

    Probably two kind of unpleasant characters becoming judges of either liberal or conservative views.

    Perhaps "liberal judges", more often "judicial activists", who want power, through trying to change society without being elected.

    While "conservative judges", more often "authoritarian personality", who enjoy power to punish people who don't conform to rules.

    Not at all likely. The law profession in the US is overwhelmingly leftist and to be a conservative in law circles is to be pariah, dissident, outsider. People with authoritarian personalities just go leftist in that context. Conservative judges in the US tend to be genuinely religious because religious conviction seems to be the only thing that makes a person capable of resisting the social pressure to go leftist without interfering with a person’s social skills.

    As a non-religious right-winger I dislike being forced into the same team with people like Kavanaugh (I don’t want abortion to be the main issue) but we just got to admit the reality that all attempts at creating a secular right have been complete failures. Secular right-wingers tend to be semi-autistic personalities (like me) who have such low desire for social acceptance that we have no chance of succeeding at professions like law or politics that require smooching, connections etc. If a more socially agreeable person starts out as a secular right-winger in law, they just end up surrendering to the social pressure and becoming leftist.

    Actually US conservative judges tend to be overwhelmingly Catholic like this Irish guy even though the Republicans are supposedly the party of Anglo-Protestant elites. That’s because the Catholic church is pretty much the lone remaining major institution that remains committed enough to one conservative belief (on abortion) to help its members survive leftist pressure and to help its members form connections and organize in defense of that principle.

    Right-wing judges no longer exist at all in European countries and our highest judges are not just leftists, they’re all radicals who would fit in perfectly in the Bolshevik party of 1918. But in the US where judges are directly appointed by elected politicians there needs to be a balance of Democrat and Republican appointed judges which creates a career opportunity for right-wing legal professionals. For two people with equal resumes, it’s much easier to get the post as a right-wing judge.

    You would think that this attracts opportunist personalities but that just doesn’t seem to be so, it seems like the opportunist personalities don’t want to endure years of social pressure for a reward in late middle age. Catholicism is the one remaining consistent source of conservative judges.

    • Replies: @Bliss
    Very interesting. Explains a lot.
    , @AP

    That’s because the Catholic church is pretty much the lone remaining major institution that remains committed enough to one conservative belief (on abortion) to help its members survive leftist pressure and to help its members form connections and organize in defense of that principle.
     
    To add to your accurate comment, the Catholic Church is also the only organization that fosters intellectual rigor among conservatives. To be sure, there are many leftist Catholic intellectuals also, but leftism does not have a monopoly among Catholic intellectuals as it does among modern WASPS.

    Baptists/evangelicals are also conservatives but those people are not devoted enough to purely intellectual pursuits to get onto the Supreme Court. Mormons are smarter than Baptists, but they seem to be focused on commerce.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    the Catholic church is pretty much the lone remaining major institution that remains committed enough to one conservative belief (on abortion)
     
    No, they've been on top of marriage, euthanasia, adoption, and a few others mostly touching on family life. But these don't involve the loss of innocent life, so it's hard to get those in the pews worked up enough to take them to the barricades.

    Also, remember that in the US (and in Canada), abortion has been taken out of the direct, i.e., legislative, realm by the courts. In the rest of the West, it is subject to democratic compromise. Thus, abortion regulation is stricter in almost every European country than in North America.

    This sort of frustration leads to very impassioned politics on both sides. And right now, the only arena that matters is that of the court.
    , @Dmitry
    In Russia, for example, there is 95% or more conviction rate. More than 95% of trials, ending with a criminal conviction and then punishment.

    So there's hardly any reason to have trial at all. They could save money, just declaring everyone automatically guilty.

    Moreover, judges are all day punishing people, and putting people in prison, several more times often per day, than ordinary person will brush their teeth.

    To be judge, is a job (like police man, etc), which will attract a lot of authoritarian personality people, whose main pleasure in life is controlling or punishing other people.

    As for America. Consider that America has one of the highest proportions of people in prisons in the world. So it's not like average judge in America is behaviouring "liberally" - except, it seems superficially from the statistics, they must be "liberally" putting people in prison.
  113. @Felix Keverich

    In the Skripal incident, the Russians were photographed at the scene
     
    The Russians were photographed checking out jewerly store...Kavanaugh accusers provided much stronger evidence. Seriosuly.

    You have the same issue reiner tor has: willing to believe the worst things about Russians, but willing to exonerate a priviledged WASPy male.

    You have the same issue reiner tor has: willing to believe the worst things about Russians, but willing to exonerate a priviledged WASPy male.

    You don’t know what you’re talking about. Kavanaugh is not a WASP, he is a Catholic of Irish roots so he comes from the biggest historical enemy of WASP elites. Calling him “WASPy” is about the ignorance equivalent of some Englishman choosing a Latvian Bolshevik from the NKVD as proof that ethnic Russians were privileged in the USSR because he to an Englishman a Latvian just looks and sounds like a Russian.

    In case you didn’t realize it, the AS stands for Anglo-Saxon and P stands for Protestant. The term WASP came into use in the era when the big issue was Catholic, mainly Irish, immigration to the United States and opposition to Irish Catholic influence defined what a WASP was. The traditionalist WASPs lost that fight, Catholics flooded the US and made their way to leftist elites, and the election of the Irish Catholic John F Kennedy was the end of WASP dominated America. American elites still have a lot of WASPs but unlike the WASPs of yesterday they have to work with Jews and Catholics now.

    Donald Trump is also not a WASP and that’s a part of why WASPs like the Bush family hate Trump so much. The WASPs lost the Democrats first as they became the party of blacks, Catholics, Jews and other non-WASPs but the public face of the Republican party was still pretty WASP (with the Jewish neocons accepting a background position in the party). Trump is the Republican equivalent of John F Kennedy, the end of WASP control of his party.

    • Replies: @Felix Keverich

    Kavanaugh is not a WASP, he is a Catholic of Irish roots
     
    As far as I'm concerned that makes him even worse: white Catholics are notorious liars and hypocrites, totally untrustworthy. Dude is still priviledged though. He went to an Ivy league school. My basic point stands.
  114. @Thorfinnsson
    The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters and appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives. Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life. Mitch McConnell has made it quietly known that any Republican Senator who does not vote to confirm Kavanaugh will be a persona non grata in the party. Such Senators can expect to be primaried and have doors closed to them if they become lobbyists.

    Odds of a Blue Wave have now gone down, and it seems like that the GOP will even add Senate seats.

    Own goal by Feinstein and the Democrats. Kavanaugh will be confirmed and furious Middle American conservatives will turn out to the polls.

    As for the allegations, I don't doubt that annihilated mackerel snapping lace curtain preppies groped Easy Blasey (as she was known in the 1980s), perhaps even without her consent (who cares). No doubt Easy Blasey got groped and then some at many keggers. I do however doubt that it was Brett Kavanaugh on that alleged day.

    Incidentally, the early 1980s were the peak years of teenage partying in America. This can be seen in films from the era such as Animal House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.
    Kavanaugh's partying behavior was still normal and ordinary when I was a teenager for that matter. I don't recall anyone ever running a train on the girl (though I have heard of people in the US military doing this), but one girl blew a guy on the high school dance floor in front of everyone.

    Pretty much every weekend revolved around how to score beer (favored solution: garage hopping), where you could party, and how to get girls to show up (having beer and weed and a place to consume both was generally sufficient). The Stacies for their part were enthusiastic about getting drrrruuuuunk and hooking up with Chads. A good time was had by all, except one girl who drank so much she blacked out and started foaming at the mouth. The party host made the error of stuffing her in a closet rather than, you know, taking her to a hospital. This was made worse by the fact that she happened to be completely naked (she was known for stripping every time she got drunk).

    I arrived in the US towards the very tail end of what I imagine was its “American Pie” era. (I don’t think I intersected with “Animal House” at all, which is basically 1960s East Coast campus culture).

    You had these parties with the keggers and mild debauchery going on, but they declined visibly even during the time I was there. And even then they were more prevalent at the sports clubs than amongst the student population at large (I was in the skiing and snowboarding association).

    The “generation” before us was wilder, while “My” generation (of Americans, that is) was tamer; at most, some of the girls would bathe topless in the jacuzzi. The generation ahead of us was completely straightlaced and boring. All the drugs except weed were disappearing, and they even drank far less.

    • Replies: @AaronB
    The 1960s was the period of the Great Liberation, and its influence dwindled as the decades passed, vanishing completely by the late 2000s.

    Parties in the early 90s were unbelievably wild, as I remember from my siblings. By the early 2000s, younger artistic types in NYC that I knew would rarely stay out late or get very drunk, even if they had nothing to do the next day.

    Today, the Great Seriousness is upon us (sadly evident even on this site), and a period of dull insipidity has arrived, where few people are "awakened", and everyone actually thinks life is serious (!).

    Pathetic as it may be, we are on track to a new period of liberation, as the dullness of today's striving technological culture and its empty illusions will dissolve in the face of another great awakening.
    , @Okechukwu

    You had these parties with the keggers and mild debauchery going on, but they declined visibly even during the time I was there.
     
    LOL. You don't know what you're talking about as per your norm. Each succeeding generation is more debauched than the last. I'm not as far removed from high school and college as some others. Not only do things get progressively raunchier, the age at which the debauchery happens gets younger and younger. Nowadays, 13 year olds are doing the things Kavanaugh did in high school and college.

    The “generation” before us was wilder, while “My” generation (of Americans, that is) was tamer; at most, some of the girls would bathe topless in the jacuzzi. The generation ahead of us was completely straightlaced and boring. All the drugs except weed were disappearing, and they even drank far less.
     
    They just didn't want to include some moronic Russian immigrant in their activities. There was no tame or straitlaced generation before or after your time.
    , @Not Raul
    “American Pie” was 1980s nostalgia. The upper middle class high school experience was much tamer by the mid-1990s.
    , @Dmitry
    That's interesting topic for future articles - how younger generation is now more conservative in their personal life (has less drugs and sex partners on average) than the older generations.

    Also the same story in Russia, and probably in Europe.

    This is against the intuition, how older people are more libertine or dissolute than their children.

    Whereas the current situation, younger people are internationally more conservative living than older people were.

    It's also related to Japanese cultural influence on the consciousness of the younger generation.

    There could be a longterm development towards people living more and more conservative lives, as hikikomori becomes the emblematic personality of the later 21st century.
  115. @Jaakko Raipala

    You have the same issue reiner tor has: willing to believe the worst things about Russians, but willing to exonerate a priviledged WASPy male.
     
    You don't know what you're talking about. Kavanaugh is not a WASP, he is a Catholic of Irish roots so he comes from the biggest historical enemy of WASP elites. Calling him "WASPy" is about the ignorance equivalent of some Englishman choosing a Latvian Bolshevik from the NKVD as proof that ethnic Russians were privileged in the USSR because he to an Englishman a Latvian just looks and sounds like a Russian.

    In case you didn't realize it, the AS stands for Anglo-Saxon and P stands for Protestant. The term WASP came into use in the era when the big issue was Catholic, mainly Irish, immigration to the United States and opposition to Irish Catholic influence defined what a WASP was. The traditionalist WASPs lost that fight, Catholics flooded the US and made their way to leftist elites, and the election of the Irish Catholic John F Kennedy was the end of WASP dominated America. American elites still have a lot of WASPs but unlike the WASPs of yesterday they have to work with Jews and Catholics now.

    Donald Trump is also not a WASP and that's a part of why WASPs like the Bush family hate Trump so much. The WASPs lost the Democrats first as they became the party of blacks, Catholics, Jews and other non-WASPs but the public face of the Republican party was still pretty WASP (with the Jewish neocons accepting a background position in the party). Trump is the Republican equivalent of John F Kennedy, the end of WASP control of his party.

    Kavanaugh is not a WASP, he is a Catholic of Irish roots

    As far as I’m concerned that makes him even worse: white Catholics are notorious liars and hypocrites, totally untrustworthy. Dude is still priviledged though. He went to an Ivy league school. My basic point stands.

    • Replies: @German_reader

    white Catholics are notorious liars and hypocrites
     
    How do you know that?
    There aren't that many Catholics in Russia...is your negative view of them common?
  116. @Felix Keverich

    Kavanaugh is not a WASP, he is a Catholic of Irish roots
     
    As far as I'm concerned that makes him even worse: white Catholics are notorious liars and hypocrites, totally untrustworthy. Dude is still priviledged though. He went to an Ivy league school. My basic point stands.

    white Catholics are notorious liars and hypocrites

    How do you know that?
    There aren’t that many Catholics in Russia…is your negative view of them common?

    • Replies: @DFH
    1612, never forget
  117. @Anatoly Karlin
    I arrived in the US towards the very tail end of what I imagine was its "American Pie" era. (I don't think I intersected with "Animal House" at all, which is basically 1960s East Coast campus culture).

    You had these parties with the keggers and mild debauchery going on, but they declined visibly even during the time I was there. And even then they were more prevalent at the sports clubs than amongst the student population at large (I was in the skiing and snowboarding association).

    The "generation" before us was wilder, while "My" generation (of Americans, that is) was tamer; at most, some of the girls would bathe topless in the jacuzzi. The generation ahead of us was completely straightlaced and boring. All the drugs except weed were disappearing, and they even drank far less.

    The 1960s was the period of the Great Liberation, and its influence dwindled as the decades passed, vanishing completely by the late 2000s.

    Parties in the early 90s were unbelievably wild, as I remember from my siblings. By the early 2000s, younger artistic types in NYC that I knew would rarely stay out late or get very drunk, even if they had nothing to do the next day.

    Today, the Great Seriousness is upon us (sadly evident even on this site), and a period of dull insipidity has arrived, where few people are “awakened”, and everyone actually thinks life is serious (!).

    Pathetic as it may be, we are on track to a new period of liberation, as the dullness of today’s striving technological culture and its empty illusions will dissolve in the face of another great awakening.

  118. @Thorfinnsson
    Big surprise, the nigger with a chip on his shoulder is a total fool.

    Sure poor people don't rape more than rich people. And women definitely don't want to meet frat boys lol.

    Are you selling a bridge in New York?

    Big surprise, the nigger with a chip on his shoulder is a total fool.

    Only miserable, unsuccessful people like yourself have chips on their shoulders. I have no reason to have a chip on my shoulder. I am the American dream.

    It’s indicative of the cowardly nature of your ilk that no white person has ever called me a nigger in real life. Not one time in all my life. And I have been to every part of America. I mean, I know you’re out there. But in real life it’s all “yes, sir”, “no, sir”, “how are you today, sir?” and “whatever you say, sir.” Online, however, you’re brave.

    Sure poor people don’t rape more than rich people

    Well, the impoverished Catholic Dioceses of Uganda aren’t quite as prolific in raping little boys as their sister Dioceses in the affluent West. In fact it appears that the Catholic church doesn’t rape little boys at all anywhere in Africa.

    Leave it to a hairy white nationalist baboon to think there is a nexus between wealth (or lack of wealth) and rape. I bet you think that rape is about sex too. Well, it’s not. Anybody can have sex. Rape is about power and domination.

    And women definitely don’t want to meet frat boys lol.

    I didn’t say they didn’t, you old goat. I recall recounting my experiences at the kind of high school and college parties Kavanaugh attended during his time. I recall saying that some girls look forward to partying — getting drunk, taking drugs, having sex.

    • Replies: @German_reader

    I bet you think that rape is about sex too. Well, it’s not. Anybody can have sex. Rape is about power and domination.
     
    Do you self-identify as a feminist?
    , @Anatoly Karlin

    It’s indicative of the cowardly nature of your ilk that no white person has ever called me a nigger in real life.
     
    Several years back, in San Francisco, a black woman tried to solicit money from me, and began haranguing me about my racism when I walked past her. I told the fat nigger bitch to fuck off in precisely that language. She lapsed into a sort of slack-jawed shock for several seconds, allowing me to walk away unmolested. Clearly she had never been spoken to from a position of white privilege before. But my logic was, if I had to "serve the time" (to be harassed as a racist for not wanting to support her drug habits and/or teeming brood), why couldn't I "commit the crime"?

    Leave it to a hairy white nationalist baboon to think there is a nexus between wealth (or lack of wealth) and rape. I bet you think that rape is about sex too. Well, it’s not. Anybody can have sex. Rape is about power and domination.
     
    Even quite poor, less refined, recently war-torn white countries such as Serbia don't rape like niggers.

    https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/violence-against-women-who-2005.jpg

    Please don't project your race's gross deficiencies on other peoples.
    , @Thorfinnsson
    https://i.imgur.com/ullXqHl.jpg
    , @Dissident

    Well, the impoverished Catholic Dioceses of Uganda aren’t quite as prolific in raping little boys as their sister Dioceses in the affluent West. In fact it appears that the Catholic church doesn’t rape little boys at all anywhere in Africa.
     
    I realize that invoking pedo-hysteria (easily one of the most evergreen sentiments) is one of the cheapest means of feeling a sense of moral superiority. As is jumping on the anti-Roman Catholic Church bandwagon. And that the former provides a highly expedient, ever-ready to be tapped-into resource for indulging in the latter. The reality of the matter, however, is at least a fair bit more complex, nuanced and ambiguous than the tendentious, simplistic, current-year Respectably Correct version that you, as evidenced by these comments of yours, have apparently bought into. (And to recognize that much, no partiality toward the RCC should be necessary.)

    With that preface (and after seeing how far from the original topic that this thread has already drifted) I am taking the liberty of posting links to some material that presents dissenting, pro-traditionalist views on the scandals-in-question and related topics. I do not necessarily agree with all of the views, positions and conclusions expressed within said material. But I do, at the very least, consider them worthy of consideration.

    - Homosexuality and the Church Crisis (Brian Clowes, 2010)

    - This August 26th comment by "HA" in a Steve Sailer thread, as well as other comments in the same thread-- both by the same author as well some by different authors.

    Excerpt:

    [...]indeed it is an outrage, but as far as making improvements, it is worth asking if anyone is doing things significantly better, and given the kind of abuse that goes on in, say, school districts on a regular basis, Catholics may currently be well below “average”. But there’s just not as much money or as many Pulitzers to be gotten by throwing dirt on other institutions so it’s hard to get an honest comparison and there’s very wide error bars around any figures.
     
    (Returning to Okechukwu's font of refinement, wit and wisdom...)

    Leave it to a hairy white nationalist baboon[...]
     
    What I wrote earlier about gratuitous, ugly language, etc. is applicable to the above as well. (Lest anyone doubt my consistency.)
  119. @German_reader

    white Catholics are notorious liars and hypocrites
     
    How do you know that?
    There aren't that many Catholics in Russia...is your negative view of them common?

    1612, never forget

  120. @Okechukwu

    Big surprise, the nigger with a chip on his shoulder is a total fool.
     
    Only miserable, unsuccessful people like yourself have chips on their shoulders. I have no reason to have a chip on my shoulder. I am the American dream.

    It's indicative of the cowardly nature of your ilk that no white person has ever called me a nigger in real life. Not one time in all my life. And I have been to every part of America. I mean, I know you're out there. But in real life it's all "yes, sir", "no, sir", "how are you today, sir?" and "whatever you say, sir." Online, however, you're brave.


    Sure poor people don’t rape more than rich people
     
    Well, the impoverished Catholic Dioceses of Uganda aren't quite as prolific in raping little boys as their sister Dioceses in the affluent West. In fact it appears that the Catholic church doesn't rape little boys at all anywhere in Africa.

    Leave it to a hairy white nationalist baboon to think there is a nexus between wealth (or lack of wealth) and rape. I bet you think that rape is about sex too. Well, it's not. Anybody can have sex. Rape is about power and domination.


    And women definitely don’t want to meet frat boys lol.
     
    I didn't say they didn't, you old goat. I recall recounting my experiences at the kind of high school and college parties Kavanaugh attended during his time. I recall saying that some girls look forward to partying -- getting drunk, taking drugs, having sex.

    I bet you think that rape is about sex too. Well, it’s not. Anybody can have sex. Rape is about power and domination.

    Do you self-identify as a feminist?

  121. @Okechukwu

    Big surprise, the nigger with a chip on his shoulder is a total fool.
     
    Only miserable, unsuccessful people like yourself have chips on their shoulders. I have no reason to have a chip on my shoulder. I am the American dream.

    It's indicative of the cowardly nature of your ilk that no white person has ever called me a nigger in real life. Not one time in all my life. And I have been to every part of America. I mean, I know you're out there. But in real life it's all "yes, sir", "no, sir", "how are you today, sir?" and "whatever you say, sir." Online, however, you're brave.


    Sure poor people don’t rape more than rich people
     
    Well, the impoverished Catholic Dioceses of Uganda aren't quite as prolific in raping little boys as their sister Dioceses in the affluent West. In fact it appears that the Catholic church doesn't rape little boys at all anywhere in Africa.

    Leave it to a hairy white nationalist baboon to think there is a nexus between wealth (or lack of wealth) and rape. I bet you think that rape is about sex too. Well, it's not. Anybody can have sex. Rape is about power and domination.


    And women definitely don’t want to meet frat boys lol.
     
    I didn't say they didn't, you old goat. I recall recounting my experiences at the kind of high school and college parties Kavanaugh attended during his time. I recall saying that some girls look forward to partying -- getting drunk, taking drugs, having sex.

    It’s indicative of the cowardly nature of your ilk that no white person has ever called me a nigger in real life.

    Several years back, in San Francisco, a black woman tried to solicit money from me, and began haranguing me about my racism when I walked past her. I told the fat nigger bitch to fuck off in precisely that language. She lapsed into a sort of slack-jawed shock for several seconds, allowing me to walk away unmolested. Clearly she had never been spoken to from a position of white privilege before. But my logic was, if I had to “serve the time” (to be harassed as a racist for not wanting to support her drug habits and/or teeming brood), why couldn’t I “commit the crime”?

    Leave it to a hairy white nationalist baboon to think there is a nexus between wealth (or lack of wealth) and rape. I bet you think that rape is about sex too. Well, it’s not. Anybody can have sex. Rape is about power and domination.

    Even quite poor, less refined, recently war-torn white countries such as Serbia don’t rape like niggers.

    Please don’t project your race’s gross deficiencies on other peoples.

    • Replies: @Okechukwu

    Several years back, in San Francisco, a black woman tried to solicit money from me, and began haranguing me about my racism when I walked past her. I told the fat nigger bitch to fuck off in precisely that language. She lapsed into a sort of slack-jawed shock for several seconds, allowing me to walk away unmolested.
     
    Shut-up, you imbecile. Russian women are trafficked all over the world like so much meat. They're more than willing to spread their thighs in order to escape that shithole.

    Please don’t project your race’s gross deficiencies on other peoples.
     
    Yet Alaska, where there are hardly any black people, is the rape capital of the United States.

    Alaska should declare a sexual assault state of disaster

    By now, most Alaskans are woefully aware of the alarming reality. Alaska's sexual crime rates are three times higher than the national average, and child sexual assault rates are six times the national average.

    https://www.adn.com/opinions/2017/08/07/alaska-should-declare-a-sexual-assault-state-of-disaster/

    North Dakota, which is 1% black, isn't far behind Alaska in the rapefest.

    Oops. Dumb Russian troll foiled again.
  122. @Anatoly Karlin
    I arrived in the US towards the very tail end of what I imagine was its "American Pie" era. (I don't think I intersected with "Animal House" at all, which is basically 1960s East Coast campus culture).

    You had these parties with the keggers and mild debauchery going on, but they declined visibly even during the time I was there. And even then they were more prevalent at the sports clubs than amongst the student population at large (I was in the skiing and snowboarding association).

    The "generation" before us was wilder, while "My" generation (of Americans, that is) was tamer; at most, some of the girls would bathe topless in the jacuzzi. The generation ahead of us was completely straightlaced and boring. All the drugs except weed were disappearing, and they even drank far less.

    You had these parties with the keggers and mild debauchery going on, but they declined visibly even during the time I was there.

    LOL. You don’t know what you’re talking about as per your norm. Each succeeding generation is more debauched than the last. I’m not as far removed from high school and college as some others. Not only do things get progressively raunchier, the age at which the debauchery happens gets younger and younger. Nowadays, 13 year olds are doing the things Kavanaugh did in high school and college.

    The “generation” before us was wilder, while “My” generation (of Americans, that is) was tamer; at most, some of the girls would bathe topless in the jacuzzi. The generation ahead of us was completely straightlaced and boring. All the drugs except weed were disappearing, and they even drank far less.

    They just didn’t want to include some moronic Russian immigrant in their activities. There was no tame or straitlaced generation before or after your time.

    • Replies: @Anatoly Karlin
    Hmm... who to believe:

    1. The nigger who claims to have hired security in Moscow, married a German [hairy ape], and employed dozens of white people.

    2. The near consensus opinion of Americans here, as well as of sociological research (Gen X as lackadaisical partiers, millennials as secular puritans).
  123. @Okechukwu

    Big surprise, the nigger with a chip on his shoulder is a total fool.
     
    Only miserable, unsuccessful people like yourself have chips on their shoulders. I have no reason to have a chip on my shoulder. I am the American dream.

    It's indicative of the cowardly nature of your ilk that no white person has ever called me a nigger in real life. Not one time in all my life. And I have been to every part of America. I mean, I know you're out there. But in real life it's all "yes, sir", "no, sir", "how are you today, sir?" and "whatever you say, sir." Online, however, you're brave.


    Sure poor people don’t rape more than rich people
     
    Well, the impoverished Catholic Dioceses of Uganda aren't quite as prolific in raping little boys as their sister Dioceses in the affluent West. In fact it appears that the Catholic church doesn't rape little boys at all anywhere in Africa.

    Leave it to a hairy white nationalist baboon to think there is a nexus between wealth (or lack of wealth) and rape. I bet you think that rape is about sex too. Well, it's not. Anybody can have sex. Rape is about power and domination.


    And women definitely don’t want to meet frat boys lol.
     
    I didn't say they didn't, you old goat. I recall recounting my experiences at the kind of high school and college parties Kavanaugh attended during his time. I recall saying that some girls look forward to partying -- getting drunk, taking drugs, having sex.

  124. @German_reader
    Absurd case imo, what happened to presumption of innocence? The whole thing is totally unprovable. And even if he did something inappropriate (my understanding is, he's not even accused of consummated rape), it's bizarre that the alleged misdeeds of a teenager are brought up like this almost 40 years later.
    US liberals are just total scum.

    Am seriously wondering at this point whether this whole thing is a big con. This woman said she saw a “therapist” in 2012. Not only did she not ID him/her but, and this is significant, she wasn’t even asked to under oath. Furthermore, the “notes” to which she referred have never materialized because her lawyers refused to turn them over. So—ARE there any notes? Did she REALLY tell this “therapist” that she was assaulted? Inquiring minds want to know.

  125. @Okechukwu

    You had these parties with the keggers and mild debauchery going on, but they declined visibly even during the time I was there.
     
    LOL. You don't know what you're talking about as per your norm. Each succeeding generation is more debauched than the last. I'm not as far removed from high school and college as some others. Not only do things get progressively raunchier, the age at which the debauchery happens gets younger and younger. Nowadays, 13 year olds are doing the things Kavanaugh did in high school and college.

    The “generation” before us was wilder, while “My” generation (of Americans, that is) was tamer; at most, some of the girls would bathe topless in the jacuzzi. The generation ahead of us was completely straightlaced and boring. All the drugs except weed were disappearing, and they even drank far less.
     
    They just didn't want to include some moronic Russian immigrant in their activities. There was no tame or straitlaced generation before or after your time.

    Hmm… who to believe:

    1. The nigger who claims to have hired security in Moscow, married a German [hairy ape], and employed dozens of white people.

    2. The near consensus opinion of Americans here, as well as of sociological research (Gen X as lackadaisical partiers, millennials as secular puritans).

  126. Frankly I don’t understand the “nigger” comments directed at Okechukwu. You may disagree with what he says, but there is no need to use such language. If you think you are going to “win” your struggle, such comments will have the opposite effect. People like me, who are not altogether opposed to your points of view, are completely turned off. AaronB would say that this is of no account because people of my generation are simply waiting to die off, but I can’t believe that such a minimal degree of “good manners” has totally disappeared from the succeeding generations.

    • Replies: @Daniel Chieh
    Well, if there were two sides, and one side used crude language while the other side wanted your eternal humiliation and destruction, I think that you would probably be more fond of the side that used crude language.
    , @German_reader
    Agreed, derogatory ethnic terms aimed at other commenters aren't good for the standards of the board.
    , @AaronB
    Not at all, for the record. I actually agree with you 100%. It's trashy, low class, and vulgar.

    It's also partly why this alt-right movement is going to be a flash in the pan and not amount to anything.

    They hate and fear women, they hate and fear all other races, they have no vision, they see through nothing and take everything seriously.

    Its more about blowing off steam for angry unhappy people who the system has left behind. Everyone here is a loser of some kind - that's why they're constantly calling other losers.

    I wouldn't worry about it too much, and just enjoy the show. Blowing off steam has its place too.
    , @Jayce

    Frankly I don’t understand the “nigger” comments directed at Okechukwu.
     
    I agree with you! There's a whole rich lexicon that's being neglected here and it's sad. What about spearchucker? Or jungle bunny? It seems like ages since I've heard someone say pickaninny. I would expect this refined crowd of individuals with high verbal IQs to really explore the linguistic possibilities.
    , @reiner Tor
    I think you do have a point, though Thorfinnsson also has a point that it's not really a conversation going anywhere.

    How can you hold a dialogue with a person who (let alone his implausible claims which might or might not be true) claims that Karlin's personal past is just an elaborate hoax, or who writes sentences which are usually said or written by the creepiest "feminist allies." ("Feminist allies" often turn out to be either serial rapists themselves, or guys who cannot get laid and think that their chances are enhanced by toeing the feminist line. I doubt the latter is the case with Okechukwu, if there's any truth to his claims to being black and high income. And actually I don't think there's much reason to doubt either of those claims - he's probably black and high income.)

    But of course the solution is to either ignore, or refute his points, or Karlin could simply punish him with the "more" tag like he does with Gerard2.
    , @Swedish Family

    Frankly I don’t understand the “nigger” comments directed at Okechukwu. You may disagree with what he says, but there is no need to use such language. If you think you are going to “win” your struggle, such comments will have the opposite effect. People like me, who are not altogether opposed to your points of view, are completely turned off. AaronB would say that this is of no account because people of my generation are simply waiting to die off, but I can’t believe that such a minimal degree of “good manners” has totally disappeared from the succeeding generations.
     
    Couldn't agree more. A new low point on here.
  127. @for-the-record
    Frankly I don't understand the "nigger" comments directed at Okechukwu. You may disagree with what he says, but there is no need to use such language. If you think you are going to "win" your struggle, such comments will have the opposite effect. People like me, who are not altogether opposed to your points of view, are completely turned off. AaronB would say that this is of no account because people of my generation are simply waiting to die off, but I can't believe that such a minimal degree of "good manners" has totally disappeared from the succeeding generations.

    Well, if there were two sides, and one side used crude language while the other side wanted your eternal humiliation and destruction, I think that you would probably be more fond of the side that used crude language.

    • Replies: @Bliss
    Hmmm, I wonder how “fond” you would be of your current “side” when they start hurling slurs against your race. WWIII won’t be against Africa.
    , @iffen
    while the other side wanted your eternal humiliation and destruction

    Has Okechukwu written this? I don't read his comments.
  128. @Anatoly Karlin

    It’s indicative of the cowardly nature of your ilk that no white person has ever called me a nigger in real life.
     
    Several years back, in San Francisco, a black woman tried to solicit money from me, and began haranguing me about my racism when I walked past her. I told the fat nigger bitch to fuck off in precisely that language. She lapsed into a sort of slack-jawed shock for several seconds, allowing me to walk away unmolested. Clearly she had never been spoken to from a position of white privilege before. But my logic was, if I had to "serve the time" (to be harassed as a racist for not wanting to support her drug habits and/or teeming brood), why couldn't I "commit the crime"?

    Leave it to a hairy white nationalist baboon to think there is a nexus between wealth (or lack of wealth) and rape. I bet you think that rape is about sex too. Well, it’s not. Anybody can have sex. Rape is about power and domination.
     
    Even quite poor, less refined, recently war-torn white countries such as Serbia don't rape like niggers.

    https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/violence-against-women-who-2005.jpg

    Please don't project your race's gross deficiencies on other peoples.

    Several years back, in San Francisco, a black woman tried to solicit money from me, and began haranguing me about my racism when I walked past her. I told the fat nigger bitch to fuck off in precisely that language. She lapsed into a sort of slack-jawed shock for several seconds, allowing me to walk away unmolested.

    Shut-up, you imbecile. Russian women are trafficked all over the world like so much meat. They’re more than willing to spread their thighs in order to escape that shithole.

    Please don’t project your race’s gross deficiencies on other peoples.

    Yet Alaska, where there are hardly any black people, is the rape capital of the United States.

    Alaska should declare a sexual assault state of disaster

    By now, most Alaskans are woefully aware of the alarming reality. Alaska’s sexual crime rates are three times higher than the national average, and child sexual assault rates are six times the national average.

    https://www.adn.com/opinions/2017/08/07/alaska-should-declare-a-sexual-assault-state-of-disaster/

    North Dakota, which is 1% black, isn’t far behind Alaska in the rapefest.

    Oops. Dumb Russian troll foiled again.

    • Replies: @DFH
    Yes but it is 15% Native and they, like in Greenland, are notorious for raping girls in their families. Oops, moronic black foiled again
  129. @for-the-record
    Frankly I don't understand the "nigger" comments directed at Okechukwu. You may disagree with what he says, but there is no need to use such language. If you think you are going to "win" your struggle, such comments will have the opposite effect. People like me, who are not altogether opposed to your points of view, are completely turned off. AaronB would say that this is of no account because people of my generation are simply waiting to die off, but I can't believe that such a minimal degree of "good manners" has totally disappeared from the succeeding generations.

    Agreed, derogatory ethnic terms aimed at other commenters aren’t good for the standards of the board.

    • Replies: @Thorfinnsson
    They're good for people who are cool and fun. And Okoospearchucker or whatever the hell his silly name is can clearly take the heat and dish it right back.

    But they're bad for boring and lame people who somehow don't understand what the purpose of the internet is.
  130. Back on topic.

    My poor wife, who is a Kavanaugh hater, is on pins and needles. She just informed me that it’s all up to Susan Collins now. She will hold a press conference in 1 hour to announce her decision.

    • Replies: @AP
    My wife didn't care, because she generally does not care about politics, but became a Kavanaugh supporter strictly in response to the witch hunt against him; his victory will be a victory over mob rule and witch hunts.
  131. @for-the-record
    Frankly I don't understand the "nigger" comments directed at Okechukwu. You may disagree with what he says, but there is no need to use such language. If you think you are going to "win" your struggle, such comments will have the opposite effect. People like me, who are not altogether opposed to your points of view, are completely turned off. AaronB would say that this is of no account because people of my generation are simply waiting to die off, but I can't believe that such a minimal degree of "good manners" has totally disappeared from the succeeding generations.

    Not at all, for the record. I actually agree with you 100%. It’s trashy, low class, and vulgar.

    It’s also partly why this alt-right movement is going to be a flash in the pan and not amount to anything.

    They hate and fear women, they hate and fear all other races, they have no vision, they see through nothing and take everything seriously.

    Its more about blowing off steam for angry unhappy people who the system has left behind. Everyone here is a loser of some kind – that’s why they’re constantly calling other losers.

    I wouldn’t worry about it too much, and just enjoy the show. Blowing off steam has its place too.

    • Agree: Bliss
    • Replies: @Daniel Chieh
    Congratulations on your final evolution into shitlib.
    , @Hyperborean
    Careful now, your rootless cosmopolitanism is showing.
    , @dfordoom

    Not at all, for the record. I actually agree with you 100%. It’s trashy, low class, and vulgar.

    It’s also partly why this alt-right movement is going to be a flash in the pan and not amount to anything.
     
    The alt-right is very negative. Not enough emphasis on offering a positive vision. No political movement has ever succeeded without offering a positive vision for the future. Hating your enemies is fine, but you have to be able to articulate why your vision of the future is superior to that of your enemies.

    The vulgarity though is probably just a reflection of the vulgarity of American culture in general, or at least the vulgarity of the debased American culture of our era.

    There's also a depressing tendency around these parts for people who should know better to respond to obvious liberal trolls.
  132. @German_reader
    Agreed, derogatory ethnic terms aimed at other commenters aren't good for the standards of the board.

    They’re good for people who are cool and fun. And Okoospearchucker or whatever the hell his silly name is can clearly take the heat and dish it right back.

    But they’re bad for boring and lame people who somehow don’t understand what the purpose of the internet is.

    • Replies: @AaronB
    Breaking social norms for shock value is to be as controlled by conventional morality as the one who rigidly adheres to convention.

    The rebellious kid who makes a point of shocking his elders isn't "free".
    , @German_reader

    boring and lame people who somehow don’t understand what the purpose of the internet is.
     
    That's a juvenile bullying tactic (which you seem to be rather fond of)...boring and lame, I don't care if I belong to the cool crowd or whatever.
    Anyway, I'm hardly an "antiracist", but imo "for the record" does have a point. Unfortunately even AaronB for once probably isn't completely off the mark, such comments (and I'll admit to having made similar ones in the past) are not least a sign of frustration about one's own political impotence.
  133. @Thorfinnsson
    They're good for people who are cool and fun. And Okoospearchucker or whatever the hell his silly name is can clearly take the heat and dish it right back.

    But they're bad for boring and lame people who somehow don't understand what the purpose of the internet is.

    Breaking social norms for shock value is to be as controlled by conventional morality as the one who rigidly adheres to convention.

    The rebellious kid who makes a point of shocking his elders isn’t “free”.

  134. @Thorfinnsson
    They're good for people who are cool and fun. And Okoospearchucker or whatever the hell his silly name is can clearly take the heat and dish it right back.

    But they're bad for boring and lame people who somehow don't understand what the purpose of the internet is.

    boring and lame people who somehow don’t understand what the purpose of the internet is.

    That’s a juvenile bullying tactic (which you seem to be rather fond of)…boring and lame, I don’t care if I belong to the cool crowd or whatever.
    Anyway, I’m hardly an “antiracist”, but imo “for the record” does have a point. Unfortunately even AaronB for once probably isn’t completely off the mark, such comments (and I’ll admit to having made similar ones in the past) are not least a sign of frustration about one’s own political impotence.

    • Replies: @DFH
    The Eternal German
  135. I’m not a teenager and haven’t been for a long time. Same applies to Karlin.

    No is trying to shock anyone here.

    It’s simply a matter of calling a spade a spade.

    This can and is done in meatspace as well, but for obvious reasons is less frequent and takes longer to occur.

    But this is not really a discussion that’s going to go anywhere. I’ve been having the same conversation with dweebs for decades now. Dweebs will continue in their lame dweebery regardless of how many times things are explained to them.

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    Reading back and forth insults is boring and not conducive of a quality conversation. Should be cut to a minimum.
  136. @Okechukwu

    Several years back, in San Francisco, a black woman tried to solicit money from me, and began haranguing me about my racism when I walked past her. I told the fat nigger bitch to fuck off in precisely that language. She lapsed into a sort of slack-jawed shock for several seconds, allowing me to walk away unmolested.
     
    Shut-up, you imbecile. Russian women are trafficked all over the world like so much meat. They're more than willing to spread their thighs in order to escape that shithole.

    Please don’t project your race’s gross deficiencies on other peoples.
     
    Yet Alaska, where there are hardly any black people, is the rape capital of the United States.

    Alaska should declare a sexual assault state of disaster

    By now, most Alaskans are woefully aware of the alarming reality. Alaska's sexual crime rates are three times higher than the national average, and child sexual assault rates are six times the national average.

    https://www.adn.com/opinions/2017/08/07/alaska-should-declare-a-sexual-assault-state-of-disaster/

    North Dakota, which is 1% black, isn't far behind Alaska in the rapefest.

    Oops. Dumb Russian troll foiled again.

    Yes but it is 15% Native and they, like in Greenland, are notorious for raping girls in their families. Oops, moronic black foiled again

    • Replies: @Okechukwu

    Yes but it is 15% Native and they, like in Greenland, are notorious for raping girls in their families. Oops, moronic black foiled again
     
    Nice try. Arizona, California and Oklahoma have three times the Native population of Alaska respectively. But there doesn't seem to be quite the same orgy of rapes going on in those states.
    , @Bliss

    Yes but it is 15% Native and they, like in Greenland, are notorious for raping girls in their families.
     
    You “foiled” no one idiot. The aboriginals of Alaska and Greenland are mongoloids, not blacks. So how the hell does their high rate of rape support Kebab Karlin’s point?
  137. @German_reader

    boring and lame people who somehow don’t understand what the purpose of the internet is.
     
    That's a juvenile bullying tactic (which you seem to be rather fond of)...boring and lame, I don't care if I belong to the cool crowd or whatever.
    Anyway, I'm hardly an "antiracist", but imo "for the record" does have a point. Unfortunately even AaronB for once probably isn't completely off the mark, such comments (and I'll admit to having made similar ones in the past) are not least a sign of frustration about one's own political impotence.

    The Eternal German

  138. @for-the-record
    Frankly I don't understand the "nigger" comments directed at Okechukwu. You may disagree with what he says, but there is no need to use such language. If you think you are going to "win" your struggle, such comments will have the opposite effect. People like me, who are not altogether opposed to your points of view, are completely turned off. AaronB would say that this is of no account because people of my generation are simply waiting to die off, but I can't believe that such a minimal degree of "good manners" has totally disappeared from the succeeding generations.

    Frankly I don’t understand the “nigger” comments directed at Okechukwu.

    I agree with you! There’s a whole rich lexicon that’s being neglected here and it’s sad. What about spearchucker? Or jungle bunny? It seems like ages since I’ve heard someone say pickaninny. I would expect this refined crowd of individuals with high verbal IQs to really explore the linguistic possibilities.

  139. @for-the-record
    Frankly I don't understand the "nigger" comments directed at Okechukwu. You may disagree with what he says, but there is no need to use such language. If you think you are going to "win" your struggle, such comments will have the opposite effect. People like me, who are not altogether opposed to your points of view, are completely turned off. AaronB would say that this is of no account because people of my generation are simply waiting to die off, but I can't believe that such a minimal degree of "good manners" has totally disappeared from the succeeding generations.

    I think you do have a point, though Thorfinnsson also has a point that it’s not really a conversation going anywhere.

    How can you hold a dialogue with a person who (let alone his implausible claims which might or might not be true) claims that Karlin’s personal past is just an elaborate hoax, or who writes sentences which are usually said or written by the creepiest “feminist allies.” (“Feminist allies” often turn out to be either serial rapists themselves, or guys who cannot get laid and think that their chances are enhanced by toeing the feminist line. I doubt the latter is the case with Okechukwu, if there’s any truth to his claims to being black and high income. And actually I don’t think there’s much reason to doubt either of those claims – he’s probably black and high income.)

    But of course the solution is to either ignore, or refute his points, or Karlin could simply punish him with the “more” tag like he does with Gerard2.

    • Replies: @German_reader

    “Feminist allies” often turn out to be either serial rapists themselves, or guys who cannot get laid and think that their chances are enhanced by toeing the feminist line. I doubt the latter is the case with Okechukwu
     
    I had the same thought when I read his "rape isn't about sex" line.
  140. @DFH
    Yes but it is 15% Native and they, like in Greenland, are notorious for raping girls in their families. Oops, moronic black foiled again

    Yes but it is 15% Native and they, like in Greenland, are notorious for raping girls in their families. Oops, moronic black foiled again

    Nice try. Arizona, California and Oklahoma have three times the Native population of Alaska respectively. But there doesn’t seem to be quite the same orgy of rapes going on in those states.

    • Replies: @Anatoly Karlin

    Nice try. Arizona, California and Oklahoma have three times the Native population of Alaska respectively. But there doesn’t seem to be quite the same orgy of rapes going on in those states.
     
    Alaska has by far the highest % of Native Americans as a share of the population (15%). In California Native Americans are 1% of the population. Idiot.

    I can't believe I am actually going to waste time with this BS, but, okay:

    Rape stats: 12,571 whites, 5,412 niggers, 233 Native Americans in 2016.

    Populations: 233,657,078 whites, 40,241,818 niggers, 2,597,817 Native Americans in 2016.

    Niggers have 2.5x the rape rates of whites, and 50% more rapes than Native Americans.

    Congratulations, I suppose your "overperformance" in rape is somewhat less lopsided than your dominance in the murder and robbery sweepstakes.

    But I'm sure you are now going to whine it's on account of white privilege and structural racism or whatever.

    Russian women are trafficked all over the world like so much meat. They’re more than willing to spread their thighs in order to escape that shithole.
     
    The coal-burning slut you claim to have bedded in Moscow is not representative of Russian women.

    In any case, while this was true in the 1990s, it is certainly not true today.

    "Russian" woman trafficked these days are almost all Ukrainians and Moldovans. Incidentally, this is yet another reason for Russia to put the Ukraine out of its misery.
  141. @Thorfinnsson
    I'm not a teenager and haven't been for a long time. Same applies to Karlin.

    No is trying to shock anyone here.

    It's simply a matter of calling a spade a spade.

    This can and is done in meatspace as well, but for obvious reasons is less frequent and takes longer to occur.

    But this is not really a discussion that's going to go anywhere. I've been having the same conversation with dweebs for decades now. Dweebs will continue in their lame dweebery regardless of how many times things are explained to them.

    Reading back and forth insults is boring and not conducive of a quality conversation. Should be cut to a minimum.

  142. @AaronB
    Not at all, for the record. I actually agree with you 100%. It's trashy, low class, and vulgar.

    It's also partly why this alt-right movement is going to be a flash in the pan and not amount to anything.

    They hate and fear women, they hate and fear all other races, they have no vision, they see through nothing and take everything seriously.

    Its more about blowing off steam for angry unhappy people who the system has left behind. Everyone here is a loser of some kind - that's why they're constantly calling other losers.

    I wouldn't worry about it too much, and just enjoy the show. Blowing off steam has its place too.

    Congratulations on your final evolution into shitlib.

    • LOL: AaronB
    • Replies: @utu
    Not an evolution. It was all there all the time. Just another color of the full spectrum he has in his wardrobe. And what motivates him?
  143. @anonymous coward

    Two intelligence operatives who just happen to be from the Russian services.
     
    There is 0 (zero) evidence these two are 'intelligence operatives'. Their only crime is being male and Russian.

    Well, they traveled on fake passports. We know this, because no former schoolmates or distant relatives or former neighbors etc. have been found, which is highly unusual for such a high profile case.

    The only way someone can travel from Russia with a fake Russian passport is if the Russian authorities are okay with with it. Which is to say, if they are intelligence operatives.

    Was it you who recently proposed they were petty criminals? It now seems impossible. They also cannot have been simple homosexuals, for the same reason.

    Russia put some effort into propaganda, but it was a highly incompetent effort. Since at that point it must’ve been organized from the highest places (or else the highest places are absolutely totally incompetent not caring for this important propaganda issue), this means that there are nearly impossible levels of incompetence at the highest levels, including in the closest entourage of Putin.

    And then, what is so unbelievable about such incompetence in the GRU itself?

  144. @Felix Keverich

    In the Skripal incident, the Russians were photographed at the scene
     
    The Russians were photographed checking out jewerly store...Kavanaugh accusers provided much stronger evidence. Seriosuly.

    You have the same issue reiner tor has: willing to believe the worst things about Russians, but willing to exonerate a priviledged WASPy male.

    You have the same issue reiner tor has: willing to believe the worst things about Russians, but willing to exonerate a priviledged WASPy male.

    Well, what is your explanation to the Skripal case? Do you believe these guys were Russian intelligence operatives?

  145. @reiner Tor

    And this article, by someone who went to the same Law School as Kavanaugh (Yale), proves that Kavanaugh lied numerous times during his hearing:

    https://www.currentaffairs.org/2018/09/how-we-know-kavanaugh-is-lying
     
    I read that article. I found it very convincing at first. But many of its points have turned out to have been false, or matters of interpretation, etc. Here's one example, regarding the Devil's Triangle:

    https://twitter.com/guypbenson/status/1047930830012796928

    Do we know that the yearbook image is legit, rather than Photoshopped, etc.?

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    I think it's legit:

    https://www.nationalreview.com/news/kavanaugh-hearings-georgetown-prep-alumni-devils-triangle/
  146. @Anatoly Karlin
    I arrived in the US towards the very tail end of what I imagine was its "American Pie" era. (I don't think I intersected with "Animal House" at all, which is basically 1960s East Coast campus culture).

    You had these parties with the keggers and mild debauchery going on, but they declined visibly even during the time I was there. And even then they were more prevalent at the sports clubs than amongst the student population at large (I was in the skiing and snowboarding association).

    The "generation" before us was wilder, while "My" generation (of Americans, that is) was tamer; at most, some of the girls would bathe topless in the jacuzzi. The generation ahead of us was completely straightlaced and boring. All the drugs except weed were disappearing, and they even drank far less.

    “American Pie” was 1980s nostalgia. The upper middle class high school experience was much tamer by the mid-1990s.

  147. @reiner Tor
    I think you do have a point, though Thorfinnsson also has a point that it's not really a conversation going anywhere.

    How can you hold a dialogue with a person who (let alone his implausible claims which might or might not be true) claims that Karlin's personal past is just an elaborate hoax, or who writes sentences which are usually said or written by the creepiest "feminist allies." ("Feminist allies" often turn out to be either serial rapists themselves, or guys who cannot get laid and think that their chances are enhanced by toeing the feminist line. I doubt the latter is the case with Okechukwu, if there's any truth to his claims to being black and high income. And actually I don't think there's much reason to doubt either of those claims - he's probably black and high income.)

    But of course the solution is to either ignore, or refute his points, or Karlin could simply punish him with the "more" tag like he does with Gerard2.

    “Feminist allies” often turn out to be either serial rapists themselves, or guys who cannot get laid and think that their chances are enhanced by toeing the feminist line. I doubt the latter is the case with Okechukwu

    I had the same thought when I read his “rape isn’t about sex” line.

    • Agree: reiner Tor
    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    I think it's easy for horrible serial rapists to admit to all men being horrible rapists: they'd actually be happy if that turned out to be true, at least then they wouldn't be worse than others.
    , @Okechukwu

    I had the same thought when I read his “rape isn’t about sex” line.
     
    LOL. I'm no feminist. It's a confusing situation. I remember dating a hardcore feminist, the kind that insisted on splitting the check at restaurants. Once I remember thinking, if someone walks into this restaurant and starts shooting up the place this feminist girl is going to expect me to shield her with my body. If I didn't I'd be cowardly and unmanly. Oftentimes, the more outwardly feminist they are the more submissive they are sexually. This, again, is very confusing.

    Rape is not about sex because men who have ready access to sex also engage in rape. I know, I know ... maybe it's part of the hard-wiring of men to want more and different sex. I've had absolutely gorgeous women sleeping nude next to me yet I'd be on my phone looking at pics of nude women. I even do that with my wife, who is stunning. I really can't explain that.

  148. @Okechukwu

    Yes but it is 15% Native and they, like in Greenland, are notorious for raping girls in their families. Oops, moronic black foiled again
     
    Nice try. Arizona, California and Oklahoma have three times the Native population of Alaska respectively. But there doesn't seem to be quite the same orgy of rapes going on in those states.

    Nice try. Arizona, California and Oklahoma have three times the Native population of Alaska respectively. But there doesn’t seem to be quite the same orgy of rapes going on in those states.

    Alaska has by far the highest % of Native Americans as a share of the population (15%). In California Native Americans are 1% of the population. Idiot.

    I can’t believe I am actually going to waste time with this BS, but, okay:

    Rape stats: 12,571 whites, 5,412 niggers, 233 Native Americans in 2016.

    Populations: 233,657,078 whites, 40,241,818 niggers, 2,597,817 Native Americans in 2016.

    Niggers have 2.5x the rape rates of whites, and 50% more rapes than Native Americans.

    Congratulations, I suppose your “overperformance” in rape is somewhat less lopsided than your dominance in the murder and robbery sweepstakes.

    But I’m sure you are now going to whine it’s on account of white privilege and structural racism or whatever.

    Russian women are trafficked all over the world like so much meat. They’re more than willing to spread their thighs in order to escape that shithole.

    The coal-burning slut you claim to have bedded in Moscow is not representative of Russian women.

    In any case, while this was true in the 1990s, it is certainly not true today.

    “Russian” woman trafficked these days are almost all Ukrainians and Moldovans. Incidentally, this is yet another reason for Russia to put the Ukraine out of its misery.

    • Replies: @Bliss
    What a low class kebab you are. Get a room with Thugfinnson.....
    , @Okechukwu

    Alaska has by far the highest % of Native Americans as a share of the population (15%). In California Native Americans are 1% of the population. Idiot.
     
    We're talking about the incidence of rape per capita, dummy. Please try to follow along.

    Rape stats: 12,571 whites, 5,412 niggers, 233 Native Americans in 2016.
     
    There are over 200,000 unreported sexual assaults every year, including those on college campuses, which you so ignorantly declared rape-free zones.

    Niggers have 2.5x the rape rates of whites, and 50% more rapes than Native Americans.
     
    Only a stupid Russian troll would rely on "statistics" in comparing and contrasting black and white rapes. Most white rapes go unreported and unpunished. Black men, however, are often railroaded on false rape charges. Lazy public defenders often tell them to plead out.

    The coal-burning slut you claim to have bedded in Moscow is not representative of Russian women.
     
    Dude, even poor African students fuck their way through Russia. Everybody has their preferences. Some Russian women are into black guys. Some Russian women are into black guys exclusively. My ex had no particular preference. In other words, she wasn't looking for a black guy.

    That "coal burning slut" is a highly educated woman and incredibly beautiful. She has a degree from Russia as well a degree from one of the top universities here. She is cultured and well-read. She not only introduced me to some Russian literature, she even introduced me to English-language works I hadn't read. She currently has a position in Moscow making well over six figures, adjusted for dollars.


    In any case, while this was true in the 1990s, it is certainly not true today.
     
    It is true, only to a lesser degree. There is still a stream of Russian women emigrating or attempting to emigrate. Some get caught up in human trafficking networks and become sex slaves.

    “Russian” woman trafficked these days are almost all Ukrainians and Moldovans. Incidentally, this is yet another reason for Russia to put the Ukraine out of its misery
     
    Dude, there are ethnic Russian women, from Russia, being trafficked all over the Middle East and Europe.
    , @AP

    “Russian” woman trafficked these days are almost all Ukrainians and Moldovans.
     
    According to the guys in the Exile the ones from Ukraine were mostly from Donbas:

    http://www.exile.ru/articles/detail.php?ARTICLE_ID=7573&IBLOCK_ID=35

    The regional pattern in HIV rates supports that observation.
    , @Twinkie

    But I’m sure you are now going to whine it’s on account of white privilege and structural racism or whatever.
     
    White privilege is very interesting in that it seems to privilege Asians over whites. The same dynamic is at play with the rape statistics. Asians commit fewer rapes (and other violent crimes) per capita than whites, as you well know.

    White people are so very strange. They "oppress" Asians into committing fewer crimes per capita, have higher educational attainment, higher lifespan, lower welfare usage rates, etc. than whites. For some strange reason, this oppression has a dramatically opposite result for blacks.
    , @Not Raul
    Throwing the N word around like that isn’t funny, and people might get the wrong idea when you do. Please cool it.
  149. @German_reader

    “Feminist allies” often turn out to be either serial rapists themselves, or guys who cannot get laid and think that their chances are enhanced by toeing the feminist line. I doubt the latter is the case with Okechukwu
     
    I had the same thought when I read his "rape isn't about sex" line.

    I think it’s easy for horrible serial rapists to admit to all men being horrible rapists: they’d actually be happy if that turned out to be true, at least then they wouldn’t be worse than others.

  150. I am not even particularly ill disposed against Negroes, e.g. https://www.unz.com/akarlin/afrotriumphalism/

    It’s just that their Okuspearchuckers need to be rounded up and sent to nuclear powered concentration camps.

    • Agree: utu
  151. @Not Raul
    Do we know that the yearbook image is legit, rather than Photoshopped, etc.?
  152. @Daniel Chieh
    Congratulations on your final evolution into shitlib.

    Not an evolution. It was all there all the time. Just another color of the full spectrum he has in his wardrobe. And what motivates him?

    • Replies: @AaronB
    I am a mystery wrapped in a mystery utu...
    , @German_reader
    One could indeed get the impression that he's a subversive who wants to demoralize us.
  153. @utu
    Not an evolution. It was all there all the time. Just another color of the full spectrum he has in his wardrobe. And what motivates him?

    I am a mystery wrapped in a mystery utu…

  154. @utu
    Not an evolution. It was all there all the time. Just another color of the full spectrum he has in his wardrobe. And what motivates him?

    One could indeed get the impression that he’s a subversive who wants to demoralize us.

    • Replies: @AaronB
    But would one be correct?

    That is is the question.

    And why assume I even know my motivation, or even have a motivation?

    Riddles wrapped in riddles....
  155. @German_reader
    One could indeed get the impression that he's a subversive who wants to demoralize us.

    But would one be correct?

    That is is the question.

    And why assume I even know my motivation, or even have a motivation?

    Riddles wrapped in riddles….

  156. He is genuine. Good case study. One little Jew who is lost in life.

    • Replies: @AaronB
    Didn't Jesus say that to find your life, you must lose it, utu?

    I am, in fact, very much trying to "get lost", and end up "nowhere".

    You noticed. I am impressed.
  157. It looks like Kavanaugh will be approved . . . and Cristiano Ronaldo will pay the price.

  158. @utu
    He is genuine. Good case study. One little Jew who is lost in life.

    Didn’t Jesus say that to find your life, you must lose it, utu?

    I am, in fact, very much trying to “get lost”, and end up “nowhere”.

    You noticed. I am impressed.

  159. @German_reader

    “Feminist allies” often turn out to be either serial rapists themselves, or guys who cannot get laid and think that their chances are enhanced by toeing the feminist line. I doubt the latter is the case with Okechukwu
     
    I had the same thought when I read his "rape isn't about sex" line.

    I had the same thought when I read his “rape isn’t about sex” line.

    LOL. I’m no feminist. It’s a confusing situation. I remember dating a hardcore feminist, the kind that insisted on splitting the check at restaurants. Once I remember thinking, if someone walks into this restaurant and starts shooting up the place this feminist girl is going to expect me to shield her with my body. If I didn’t I’d be cowardly and unmanly. Oftentimes, the more outwardly feminist they are the more submissive they are sexually. This, again, is very confusing.

    Rape is not about sex because men who have ready access to sex also engage in rape. I know, I know … maybe it’s part of the hard-wiring of men to want more and different sex. I’ve had absolutely gorgeous women sleeping nude next to me yet I’d be on my phone looking at pics of nude women. I even do that with my wife, who is stunning. I really can’t explain that.

    • Replies: @German_reader

    I’ve had absolutely gorgeous women sleeping nude next to me yet I’d be on my phone looking at pics of nude women. I even do that with my wife, who is stunning.
     
    Let's hope she doesn't read here :-) She might be offended.
    , @reiner Tor
    For a successful rape you need an erection. Unless you want sex (i.e. you have an erection), I fail to see how you can rape a woman at all, no matter how hard you want to dominate or punish her or her menfolk.
    , @Dissident

    Rape is not about sex because men who have ready access to sex also engage in rape.
     
    That's about as preposterous as claiming that since many men who have ready access to sex with women also seek and use children and adolescents for sexual gratification, the latter somehow "is not about sex".

    Obviously, neither rape nor sexual intercourse in any form with (at the very least) pre-pubescent children can legitimately be considered wholesome or even normative sex. But depraved, perverted forms of sex are still sex, no less than contaminated, fetid water is still water.

    I know, I know … maybe it’s part of the hard-wiring of men to want more and different sex.
     
    Sadly, there is ample evidence that many men specifically desire the violence and coercion inherent to rape, finding them sexually arousing. I would assume that this is difficult, if not impossible, to fathom by most normal men possessing a minimum measure of decency and humanity.

    In a subsequent comment you wrote,

    Many rapists fail to get it up and end up beating the hell out of the woman or penetrating her with something else.
     
    Presumably, even in such cases, the man still derives at least some degree of sexual gratification from his actions toward the woman. If not, and the man simply had a desire, with no sexual aspect, to be violent toward a woman, there is no shortage of ways that he could do so-- ones that do not involve even so much as an attempt at rape.

    Rape (in this context) is, by definition, "about sex":

    https://www.dictionary.com/browse/rape

    rape1

    noun

    1. unlawful sexual intercourse or any other sexual [emphasis mine- Dis.] penetration of the vagina, anus, or mouth of another person, with or without force, by a sex organ, other body part, or foreign object, without the consent of the victim.
     
    (Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018)
  160. @Anatoly Karlin

    Nice try. Arizona, California and Oklahoma have three times the Native population of Alaska respectively. But there doesn’t seem to be quite the same orgy of rapes going on in those states.
     
    Alaska has by far the highest % of Native Americans as a share of the population (15%). In California Native Americans are 1% of the population. Idiot.

    I can't believe I am actually going to waste time with this BS, but, okay:

    Rape stats: 12,571 whites, 5,412 niggers, 233 Native Americans in 2016.

    Populations: 233,657,078 whites, 40,241,818 niggers, 2,597,817 Native Americans in 2016.

    Niggers have 2.5x the rape rates of whites, and 50% more rapes than Native Americans.

    Congratulations, I suppose your "overperformance" in rape is somewhat less lopsided than your dominance in the murder and robbery sweepstakes.

    But I'm sure you are now going to whine it's on account of white privilege and structural racism or whatever.

    Russian women are trafficked all over the world like so much meat. They’re more than willing to spread their thighs in order to escape that shithole.
     
    The coal-burning slut you claim to have bedded in Moscow is not representative of Russian women.

    In any case, while this was true in the 1990s, it is certainly not true today.

    "Russian" woman trafficked these days are almost all Ukrainians and Moldovans. Incidentally, this is yet another reason for Russia to put the Ukraine out of its misery.

    What a low class kebab you are. Get a room with Thugfinnson…..

  161. @Okechukwu

    I had the same thought when I read his “rape isn’t about sex” line.
     
    LOL. I'm no feminist. It's a confusing situation. I remember dating a hardcore feminist, the kind that insisted on splitting the check at restaurants. Once I remember thinking, if someone walks into this restaurant and starts shooting up the place this feminist girl is going to expect me to shield her with my body. If I didn't I'd be cowardly and unmanly. Oftentimes, the more outwardly feminist they are the more submissive they are sexually. This, again, is very confusing.

    Rape is not about sex because men who have ready access to sex also engage in rape. I know, I know ... maybe it's part of the hard-wiring of men to want more and different sex. I've had absolutely gorgeous women sleeping nude next to me yet I'd be on my phone looking at pics of nude women. I even do that with my wife, who is stunning. I really can't explain that.

    I’ve had absolutely gorgeous women sleeping nude next to me yet I’d be on my phone looking at pics of nude women. I even do that with my wife, who is stunning.

    Let’s hope she doesn’t read here :-) She might be offended.

  162. @Okechukwu

    I had the same thought when I read his “rape isn’t about sex” line.
     
    LOL. I'm no feminist. It's a confusing situation. I remember dating a hardcore feminist, the kind that insisted on splitting the check at restaurants. Once I remember thinking, if someone walks into this restaurant and starts shooting up the place this feminist girl is going to expect me to shield her with my body. If I didn't I'd be cowardly and unmanly. Oftentimes, the more outwardly feminist they are the more submissive they are sexually. This, again, is very confusing.

    Rape is not about sex because men who have ready access to sex also engage in rape. I know, I know ... maybe it's part of the hard-wiring of men to want more and different sex. I've had absolutely gorgeous women sleeping nude next to me yet I'd be on my phone looking at pics of nude women. I even do that with my wife, who is stunning. I really can't explain that.

    For a successful rape you need an erection. Unless you want sex (i.e. you have an erection), I fail to see how you can rape a woman at all, no matter how hard you want to dominate or punish her or her menfolk.

    • Replies: @German_reader
    And from an evolutionary perspective you can't really ever have enough women, can you? Every act of intercourse increases your reproductive fitness.
    I recall there was some discussion about this in Azar Gat's War in human civilization, where he also dealt with the issue of rape; iirc according to him capturing women to increase one's own reproductive fitness was one of the main goals of war among hunter-gatherer tribes (and also played a non-trivial role in much more advanced societies).
    , @iffen
    Unless you want sex

    I have always assumed that men want sex continuously and are only waiting on the next erection and a cooperative woman. (or if you are a rapist, any woman)

    , @Okechukwu

    For a successful rape you need an erection. Unless you want sex (i.e. you have an erection)
     
    Many rapists fail to get it up and end up beating the hell out of the woman or penetrating her with something else.

    Assailants' sexual dysfunction during rape reported by their victims.

    Sexual dysfunction is known to occur in a proportion of rapists during the assault. The most common dysfunctions are erectile insufficiency and absent or retarded ejaculation. The study assessed the incidence and characteristics of assailants' sexual dysfunction reported by 50 victims of rape. 20% of victims reported that their assailant experienced erectile insufficiency at some point during the assault, and a further 12% reported retarded ejaculation or failure to ejaculate by their attacker. In attacks where sexual dysfunction occurred, there was a higher incidence both of intra-rape violence and commissioning of degrading sexual activity and this behaviour was related to the onset of the dysfunction.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1795615
  163. @reiner Tor
    For a successful rape you need an erection. Unless you want sex (i.e. you have an erection), I fail to see how you can rape a woman at all, no matter how hard you want to dominate or punish her or her menfolk.

    And from an evolutionary perspective you can’t really ever have enough women, can you? Every act of intercourse increases your reproductive fitness.
    I recall there was some discussion about this in Azar Gat’s War in human civilization, where he also dealt with the issue of rape; iirc according to him capturing women to increase one’s own reproductive fitness was one of the main goals of war among hunter-gatherer tribes (and also played a non-trivial role in much more advanced societies).

  164. @DFH
    Yes but it is 15% Native and they, like in Greenland, are notorious for raping girls in their families. Oops, moronic black foiled again

    Yes but it is 15% Native and they, like in Greenland, are notorious for raping girls in their families.

    You “foiled” no one idiot. The aboriginals of Alaska and Greenland are mongoloids, not blacks. So how the hell does their high rate of rape support Kebab Karlin’s point?

    • Replies: @DFH
    Both blacks and native americans rape people (although in different patterns), far more than poor whites. No contradiction between the two
  165. @reiner Tor
    For a successful rape you need an erection. Unless you want sex (i.e. you have an erection), I fail to see how you can rape a woman at all, no matter how hard you want to dominate or punish her or her menfolk.

    Unless you want sex

    I have always assumed that men want sex continuously and are only waiting on the next erection and a cooperative woman. (or if you are a rapist, any woman)

  166. @Daniel Chieh
    Well, if there were two sides, and one side used crude language while the other side wanted your eternal humiliation and destruction, I think that you would probably be more fond of the side that used crude language.

    Hmmm, I wonder how “fond” you would be of your current “side” when they start hurling slurs against your race. WWIII won’t be against Africa.

    • Replies: @iffen
    hurling slurs against your race.

    Dan C. is not race obsessed.
    , @Daniel Chieh
    Oh no! Harsh language, my only weakness!
  167. Anonymous[375] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dmitry

    House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.
     
    American films about highschool, are not mostly completely surreal fantasy, but have how much reality?

    -

    My imagination of the American classroom, is infected with surreal scenes like this classic film Donnie Darko:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p20GYzCnfr0

    Most American high school films are completely unrealistic, except in the sense that life often imitates art: just as the FBI noted that mobsters started talking like characters in The Godfather only after the movie came out, a lot of American teenagers will imitate high school movie tropes (and adults will retcon their own lives to fit movie cliches).

    There are exceptions though. I strongly recommend the excellent and very realistic 1999 cult film Election as an examination of the dynamics of both American youth and American politics (and the significant interaction between the two). Supposedly Election is Obama’s favorite film, which is interesting as the chief antagonist (or co-protagonist, depending on your perspective) is an obvious and fairly unflattering Hillary Clinton stand-in.

  168. @Bliss
    Hmmm, I wonder how “fond” you would be of your current “side” when they start hurling slurs against your race. WWIII won’t be against Africa.

    hurling slurs against your race.

    Dan C. is not race obsessed.

  169. Just for the record, kebabs are being flung all over and not a lofty speech supporter in sight.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Just for the record, kebabs are being flung all over and not a lofty speech supporter in sight.

     

    Who spearheaded this innovation?

    Kebab Dylan: "The times, they are a flingin'"
  170. @Daniel Chieh
    Well, if there were two sides, and one side used crude language while the other side wanted your eternal humiliation and destruction, I think that you would probably be more fond of the side that used crude language.

    while the other side wanted your eternal humiliation and destruction

    Has Okechukwu written this? I don’t read his comments.

    • Replies: @Okechukwu

    Has Okechukwu written this? I don’t read his comments.
     
    Of course I never wrote that, nor would I. Daniel Chieh is a Chinese Uncle Tom who tries to curry favor with white supremacists by licking their asses.
  171. @Anatoly Karlin

    Nice try. Arizona, California and Oklahoma have three times the Native population of Alaska respectively. But there doesn’t seem to be quite the same orgy of rapes going on in those states.
     
    Alaska has by far the highest % of Native Americans as a share of the population (15%). In California Native Americans are 1% of the population. Idiot.

    I can't believe I am actually going to waste time with this BS, but, okay:

    Rape stats: 12,571 whites, 5,412 niggers, 233 Native Americans in 2016.

    Populations: 233,657,078 whites, 40,241,818 niggers, 2,597,817 Native Americans in 2016.

    Niggers have 2.5x the rape rates of whites, and 50% more rapes than Native Americans.

    Congratulations, I suppose your "overperformance" in rape is somewhat less lopsided than your dominance in the murder and robbery sweepstakes.

    But I'm sure you are now going to whine it's on account of white privilege and structural racism or whatever.

    Russian women are trafficked all over the world like so much meat. They’re more than willing to spread their thighs in order to escape that shithole.
     
    The coal-burning slut you claim to have bedded in Moscow is not representative of Russian women.

    In any case, while this was true in the 1990s, it is certainly not true today.

    "Russian" woman trafficked these days are almost all Ukrainians and Moldovans. Incidentally, this is yet another reason for Russia to put the Ukraine out of its misery.

    Alaska has by far the highest % of Native Americans as a share of the population (15%). In California Native Americans are 1% of the population. Idiot.

    We’re talking about the incidence of rape per capita, dummy. Please try to follow along.

    Rape stats: 12,571 whites, 5,412 niggers, 233 Native Americans in 2016.

    There are over 200,000 unreported sexual assaults every year, including those on college campuses, which you so ignorantly declared rape-free zones.

    Niggers have 2.5x the rape rates of whites, and 50% more rapes than Native Americans.

    Only a stupid Russian troll would rely on “statistics” in comparing and contrasting black and white rapes. Most white rapes go unreported and unpunished. Black men, however, are often railroaded on false rape charges. Lazy public defenders often tell them to plead out.

    The coal-burning slut you claim to have bedded in Moscow is not representative of Russian women.

    Dude, even poor African students fuck their way through Russia. Everybody has their preferences. Some Russian women are into black guys. Some Russian women are into black guys exclusively. My ex had no particular preference. In other words, she wasn’t looking for a black guy.

    That “coal burning slut” is a highly educated woman and incredibly beautiful. She has a degree from Russia as well a degree from one of the top universities here. She is cultured and well-read. She not only introduced me to some Russian literature, she even introduced me to English-language works I hadn’t read. She currently has a position in Moscow making well over six figures, adjusted for dollars.

    In any case, while this was true in the 1990s, it is certainly not true today.

    It is true, only to a lesser degree. There is still a stream of Russian women emigrating or attempting to emigrate. Some get caught up in human trafficking networks and become sex slaves.

    “Russian” woman trafficked these days are almost all Ukrainians and Moldovans. Incidentally, this is yet another reason for Russia to put the Ukraine out of its misery

    Dude, there are ethnic Russian women, from Russia, being trafficked all over the Middle East and Europe.

    • Replies: @academic gossip

    Dude, even poor African students fuck their way through Russia. Everybody has their preferences. Some Russian women are into black guys. Some Russian women are into black guys exclusively.
     
    That's exactly what you would see no matter how positively or negatively Russian (or Chinese, Japanese, 1980's Swedish, etc) women view Africans, because the supply of Africans-in-Russia is so small that it could never meet demand. If even a tiny percentage of Russian girls are interested then African students are in business. Only when there are more immigrants does the arithmetic change.
    , @Twinkie

    Dude, there are ethnic Russian women, from Russia, being trafficked all over the Middle East and Europe.
     
    This seems to indicate the desirability (high value) of Russian women as sexual partners over, say, sub-Saharan African women more than anything else.

    If your argument is, thus, that African women are some of the least desirable women in the world while Russian women are valued far more, I don't think you will find many opponents here.
  172. @Bliss

    Yes but it is 15% Native and they, like in Greenland, are notorious for raping girls in their families.
     
    You “foiled” no one idiot. The aboriginals of Alaska and Greenland are mongoloids, not blacks. So how the hell does their high rate of rape support Kebab Karlin’s point?

    Both blacks and native americans rape people (although in different patterns), far more than poor whites. No contradiction between the two

    • Replies: @Okechukwu

    Both blacks and native americans rape people (although in different patterns), far more than poor whites. No contradiction between the two
     
    Is this some kind of joke? You may not know this, but white men have a reputation for being notorious rapists, perverts and sexual deviants. That certainly doesn't apply to all white men, but that is the view of white men generally. The stereotype holds that white men will rape anything that moves.

    White men even take their show on the road:

    The white male gaze that drives child sex tourism

    https://international.la-croix.com/news/the-white-male-gaze-that-drives-child-sex-tourism/1626

    European paedophiles flock to Gambian 'Smiling Coast'

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2004/jul/04/childprotection.uk

    Western paedophiles target Kenya children for sex

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/western-paedophiles-target-kenya-children-for-sex-1792396.html

    It's so bad that the Canadian consulate in Bali puts out advisories that ask people to keep a wary eye on ANY white man near local children:

    Vacationers: Watch Out for Pedophiles in Bali

    Keep your eyes open. If you see a white man with a bunch of local kids, take note. If you see a Canadian sexually exploiting children, call Crime Stoppers (1-800-222-8477) or contact the consulate.

    http://hopeforthesold.com/vacationers-watch-out-for-pedophiles-in-bali/

    , @Bliss
    Wrong, liar.

    The most heinous, and by far the most under-reported, type of rape is the rape of helpless, innocent children. Guess which race is by far the most prone to this unpardonable crime? The same race that is most prone to get off on child porn.

    Google “convicted child porn” any day and almost all the mugshots are of white caucasians. Read the text and you will find the vile criminals were “upstanding” members of their communities: priests, preachers, parents, policemen, teachers, coaches, businessmen etc. Check out today’s google image results for example:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=convicted+child+porn&client=safari&hl=en-us&prmd=niv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwif9Ob2qPDdAhVfFjQIHWKMDZQQ_AUIECgC&biw=1024&bih=627
  173. @iffen
    while the other side wanted your eternal humiliation and destruction

    Has Okechukwu written this? I don't read his comments.

    Has Okechukwu written this? I don’t read his comments.

    Of course I never wrote that, nor would I. Daniel Chieh is a Chinese Uncle Tom who tries to curry favor with white supremacists by licking their asses.

    • Replies: @iffen
    I was undecided on Thor and the N word issue, but you make it hard not to take sides.
  174. @Okechukwu

    Has Okechukwu written this? I don’t read his comments.
     
    Of course I never wrote that, nor would I. Daniel Chieh is a Chinese Uncle Tom who tries to curry favor with white supremacists by licking their asses.

    I was undecided on Thor and the N word issue, but you make it hard not to take sides.

    • Replies: @Okechukwu

    I was undecided on Thor and the N word issue, but you make it hard not to take sides.
     
    You think I haven't seen the N word used on the Internet before? In real life, however, I've never experienced it from a white person.
    , @Twinkie

    I was undecided on Thor and the N word issue, but you make it hard not to take sides.
     
    I don't know why commenters such as "Bliss" and "Okechukwu" are here. They aren't exactly convincing anybody with their low IQ arguments and lack of knowledge. Indeed, if anything, they seem to arouse greater animosity toward blacks and confirm the priors held by most here that blacks are, on average, of low intellectual capacity.
  175. @reiner Tor
    For a successful rape you need an erection. Unless you want sex (i.e. you have an erection), I fail to see how you can rape a woman at all, no matter how hard you want to dominate or punish her or her menfolk.

    For a successful rape you need an erection. Unless you want sex (i.e. you have an erection)

    Many rapists fail to get it up and end up beating the hell out of the woman or penetrating her with something else.

    Assailants’ sexual dysfunction during rape reported by their victims.

    Sexual dysfunction is known to occur in a proportion of rapists during the assault. The most common dysfunctions are erectile insufficiency and absent or retarded ejaculation. The study assessed the incidence and characteristics of assailants’ sexual dysfunction reported by 50 victims of rape. 20% of victims reported that their assailant experienced erectile insufficiency at some point during the assault, and a further 12% reported retarded ejaculation or failure to ejaculate by their attacker. In attacks where sexual dysfunction occurred, there was a higher incidence both of intra-rape violence and commissioning of degrading sexual activity and this behaviour was related to the onset of the dysfunction.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1795615

  176. @Jaakko Raipala
    Not at all likely. The law profession in the US is overwhelmingly leftist and to be a conservative in law circles is to be pariah, dissident, outsider. People with authoritarian personalities just go leftist in that context. Conservative judges in the US tend to be genuinely religious because religious conviction seems to be the only thing that makes a person capable of resisting the social pressure to go leftist without interfering with a person's social skills.

    As a non-religious right-winger I dislike being forced into the same team with people like Kavanaugh (I don't want abortion to be the main issue) but we just got to admit the reality that all attempts at creating a secular right have been complete failures. Secular right-wingers tend to be semi-autistic personalities (like me) who have such low desire for social acceptance that we have no chance of succeeding at professions like law or politics that require smooching, connections etc. If a more socially agreeable person starts out as a secular right-winger in law, they just end up surrendering to the social pressure and becoming leftist.

    Actually US conservative judges tend to be overwhelmingly Catholic like this Irish guy even though the Republicans are supposedly the party of Anglo-Protestant elites. That's because the Catholic church is pretty much the lone remaining major institution that remains committed enough to one conservative belief (on abortion) to help its members survive leftist pressure and to help its members form connections and organize in defense of that principle.

    Right-wing judges no longer exist at all in European countries and our highest judges are not just leftists, they're all radicals who would fit in perfectly in the Bolshevik party of 1918. But in the US where judges are directly appointed by elected politicians there needs to be a balance of Democrat and Republican appointed judges which creates a career opportunity for right-wing legal professionals. For two people with equal resumes, it's much easier to get the post as a right-wing judge.

    You would think that this attracts opportunist personalities but that just doesn't seem to be so, it seems like the opportunist personalities don't want to endure years of social pressure for a reward in late middle age. Catholicism is the one remaining consistent source of conservative judges.

    Very interesting. Explains a lot.

  177. @iffen
    I was undecided on Thor and the N word issue, but you make it hard not to take sides.

    I was undecided on Thor and the N word issue, but you make it hard not to take sides.

    You think I haven’t seen the N word used on the Internet before? In real life, however, I’ve never experienced it from a white person.

  178. I’ve never experienced it from a white person.

    Well, most of are just nice like that, it’s SWPL.

    Most of us oldtimers always made a distinction between N****** and Negroes. I like to think that we have more Negroes these days than N******s.

    • Replies: @Daniel Chieh
    Hah. I was thinking exactly same. Grew up in the South my entire life, but you know that.
  179. @dearieme
    "But there are a lot of people who drink until they can’t remember"

    I can't remember doing that.

    Do you mean you can’t remember not remembering?

  180. @DFH
    Both blacks and native americans rape people (although in different patterns), far more than poor whites. No contradiction between the two

    Both blacks and native americans rape people (although in different patterns), far more than poor whites. No contradiction between the two

    Is this some kind of joke? You may not know this, but white men have a reputation for being notorious rapists, perverts and sexual deviants. That certainly doesn’t apply to all white men, but that is the view of white men generally. The stereotype holds that white men will rape anything that moves.

    White men even take their show on the road:

    The white male gaze that drives child sex tourism

    https://international.la-croix.com/news/the-white-male-gaze-that-drives-child-sex-tourism/1626

    European paedophiles flock to Gambian ‘Smiling Coast’

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2004/jul/04/childprotection.uk

    Western paedophiles target Kenya children for sex

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/western-paedophiles-target-kenya-children-for-sex-1792396.html

    It’s so bad that the Canadian consulate in Bali puts out advisories that ask people to keep a wary eye on ANY white man near local children:

    Vacationers: Watch Out for Pedophiles in Bali

    Keep your eyes open. If you see a white man with a bunch of local kids, take note. If you see a Canadian sexually exploiting children, call Crime Stoppers (1-800-222-8477) or contact the consulate.

    http://hopeforthesold.com/vacationers-watch-out-for-pedophiles-in-bali/

    • Replies: @Dissident
    Yes, a not-insignificant number of white men travel to various non-white parts of the world in order to avail themselves of the various opportunities for seeking sexual gratification through contact with the native children and/or adolescents that such destinations are known for.

    That fact alone, however, proves nothing about the rate of child-rape or any other form of adult-minor sexual activity within the native, non-white populations of the locations-in-question. (I.e., native non-white adults using native non-white kids for sexual gratification.) The same as the existence of the now-infamous grooming gangs and other instances of the sexual abuse and exploitation (also including but not limited-to patent rape) of white children and adolescents, in (historically and still-majority) white lands by non-whites does not, in and of itself, prove anything about the rate of such crimes within native white populations. (I.e., native white adults using native white kids for sexual gratification.)


    It’s so bad that the Canadian consulate in Bali puts out advisories that ask people to keep a wary eye on ANY white man near local children:
     
    One must wonder: Have any similar advisories been issued for any British or European locations (e.g., Rotherham) that ask people to keep a wary eye on ANY {(one or more of the following or similar:) Pakistani/ Muslim/ non-White / Middle Eastern-looking / etc} man near local children?

    At any rate, whatever the racial dynamics, the topic of putrid men desecrating and befouling tender youngsters is one that can quickly become depressing and demoralizing to dwell upon. Without intending in any way to take away from its undeniable seriousness, perhaps I could suggest a related yet (in my view and what I suspect is that of at least a few others here) considerably more pleasant topic for possible future discussion:
    The phenomenon of women who seek to indulge enthusiastically eager, capable, early-to-mid adolescent boys in various mutually-gratifying, arguably mutually-beneficial pursuits.

    To be clear, I do not mean to suggest that such pairings are without considerable concerns and risks of their own. Only that such pairings are, (a) as a rule, the least problematic of the possible age-sex combinations for the type of adult-minor interactions in-question; (b) may, in at least some cases, be relatively harmless; and (c) may even, in certain cases, be considered relatively wholesome.

    Then there is the realm of exclusive fantasy and fiction and the various artistic genres, both visual as well as literary, dedicated to this taboo theme. Say what one will about any of those (and, I hasten to add, the content found within them spans a wide range, from highly disturbing, at one extreme, to heartwarming, at the other, and everything-in-between), one thing's for sure: the draconian social attitudes and legal realities that prevail toward such fictional, artistic works in the West is remarkably hypocritical, paradoxical, and even dystopian. People are locked-away for years for nothing more than viewing drawings. This, by the same State that, even to the point of blatantly denying manifest, objective reality, prides itself upon and mandates 'tolerance'.

  181. @Anatoly Karlin

    Nice try. Arizona, California and Oklahoma have three times the Native population of Alaska respectively. But there doesn’t seem to be quite the same orgy of rapes going on in those states.
     
    Alaska has by far the highest % of Native Americans as a share of the population (15%). In California Native Americans are 1% of the population. Idiot.

    I can't believe I am actually going to waste time with this BS, but, okay:

    Rape stats: 12,571 whites, 5,412 niggers, 233 Native Americans in 2016.

    Populations: 233,657,078 whites, 40,241,818 niggers, 2,597,817 Native Americans in 2016.

    Niggers have 2.5x the rape rates of whites, and 50% more rapes than Native Americans.

    Congratulations, I suppose your "overperformance" in rape is somewhat less lopsided than your dominance in the murder and robbery sweepstakes.

    But I'm sure you are now going to whine it's on account of white privilege and structural racism or whatever.

    Russian women are trafficked all over the world like so much meat. They’re more than willing to spread their thighs in order to escape that shithole.
     
    The coal-burning slut you claim to have bedded in Moscow is not representative of Russian women.

    In any case, while this was true in the 1990s, it is certainly not true today.

    "Russian" woman trafficked these days are almost all Ukrainians and Moldovans. Incidentally, this is yet another reason for Russia to put the Ukraine out of its misery.

    “Russian” woman trafficked these days are almost all Ukrainians and Moldovans.

    According to the guys in the Exile the ones from Ukraine were mostly from Donbas:

    http://www.exile.ru/articles/detail.php?ARTICLE_ID=7573&IBLOCK_ID=35

    The regional pattern in HIV rates supports that observation.

  182. @DFH
    Both blacks and native americans rape people (although in different patterns), far more than poor whites. No contradiction between the two

    Wrong, liar.

    The most heinous, and by far the most under-reported, type of rape is the rape of helpless, innocent children. Guess which race is by far the most prone to this unpardonable crime? The same race that is most prone to get off on child porn.

    Google “convicted child porn” any day and almost all the mugshots are of white caucasians. Read the text and you will find the vile criminals were “upstanding” members of their communities: priests, preachers, parents, policemen, teachers, coaches, businessmen etc. Check out today’s google image results for example:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=convicted+child+porn&client=safari&hl=en-us&prmd=niv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwif9Ob2qPDdAhVfFjQIHWKMDZQQ_AUIECgC&biw=1024&bih=627

    • Replies: @Bliss
    Mind boggling evil:

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-06-01/australian-man-to-face-child-sex-abuse-charges-in-philippines/6511954


    Peter Scully allegedly ran an international paedophile ring from Mindanao in the Southern Philippines that raped, tortured and murdered children. One victim was only 18 months old.

    Officers of the Philippines Bureau of Investigation showed 7.30 a dark old house with high walls in another part of Cagayan de Oro. It was here Scully made the videos called The Destruction of Daisy. He was selling the videos to online customers around the world for up to $10,000 a view.

    The full details of what happened at this house are too shocking to reveal. But Angelito Magno, one of the lead investigators, gave 7.30 an insight. "In one of these videos was an 18-month-old baby girl who was hanged upside down," he said. "She was crying all the time, she was being tortured."

    Demand was so great for these sickening videos that six other foreigners, mainly from Europe, started to fund Scully. But one made-to-order video proved to be Scully's undoing. In it, two girls, one aged 12 and the other 13, were forced to dig their own graves while being raped. Mr Magno said the girls eventually led them to Scully. "The two girls were able to escape and seek police assistance while they were still wearing chains, chains to their necks," he said.
    , @AP

    The most heinous, and by far the most under-reported, type of rape is the rape of helpless, innocent children. Guess which race is by far the most prone to this unpardonable crime?
     
    Whites appear to be about as likely to commit this terrible crime as they are a percentage of the general population:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_sexual_abuse_in_the_United_Kingdom#Statistics

    Whites representing 85% of convicted child sex offenders and 86% of the general population in 2011.

    Now this contrasts with other crimes where white people are underrepresented. But they still aren't over-represented in this crime.
    , @Anatoly Karlin
    Blacks account for more pedophiles too: https://dailystormer.name/myth-whites-are-more-likely-to-be-pedophiles-and-child-molesters/

    (Reprint of a Robert Lindsay blog post, not Daily Stormer itself, for those who care for such things).

    % of total child abusers:

    White 51%
    African American 25%
    Hispanic 15%
    American Indian/Alaska Natives 2%
    Asian/Pacific Islanders 1%

    Even with regards to AP's link, there are two studies mentioned.

    While in the first link whites abuse children as much as their share of the population - I can't open the source link to confirm, but this strikes me as rather unlikely, given the prevalence of Asian grooming gangs - the second link paints a different picture:

    In the overall population of England and Wales 86% of people were white in 2011 (at the last census), 8% of the population was of Asian ethnicity, and 3% was black. ...

    It analysed over 1,200 of these possible offenders and found the vast majority were male. Around 30% were white, 28% Asian and 3% black and 38% were unknown. When CEOP looked only at a group of around 940 offenders that it had better information for it found around 38% were white, 32% were unknown, 36% were Asian and 3% were black.
     
    So, British whites abuse at 40% of their share of the population; blacks abuse in correlation with their population; and Asians abuse at 4.5x their share of the population.

    Moreover, this tallies with Robert Lindsay's American analysis, where blacks molest children at 2x the white rate. As he points out, the only reason that Blacks have a reputation for NOT molesting children is not that they don't do it, but that they are not as ridiculously overrepresented in this particular sphere of criminality.
    , @Patricus
    In Virginia there is a Megan's law including a web site where all convicted sexual assaulters are listed. The crimes against children especially are largely by Hispanic people and Blacks. Whites are found but under represented even though they are the majority population. Maybe this state is unique?
  183. @Jaakko Raipala
    Not at all likely. The law profession in the US is overwhelmingly leftist and to be a conservative in law circles is to be pariah, dissident, outsider. People with authoritarian personalities just go leftist in that context. Conservative judges in the US tend to be genuinely religious because religious conviction seems to be the only thing that makes a person capable of resisting the social pressure to go leftist without interfering with a person's social skills.

    As a non-religious right-winger I dislike being forced into the same team with people like Kavanaugh (I don't want abortion to be the main issue) but we just got to admit the reality that all attempts at creating a secular right have been complete failures. Secular right-wingers tend to be semi-autistic personalities (like me) who have such low desire for social acceptance that we have no chance of succeeding at professions like law or politics that require smooching, connections etc. If a more socially agreeable person starts out as a secular right-winger in law, they just end up surrendering to the social pressure and becoming leftist.

    Actually US conservative judges tend to be overwhelmingly Catholic like this Irish guy even though the Republicans are supposedly the party of Anglo-Protestant elites. That's because the Catholic church is pretty much the lone remaining major institution that remains committed enough to one conservative belief (on abortion) to help its members survive leftist pressure and to help its members form connections and organize in defense of that principle.

    Right-wing judges no longer exist at all in European countries and our highest judges are not just leftists, they're all radicals who would fit in perfectly in the Bolshevik party of 1918. But in the US where judges are directly appointed by elected politicians there needs to be a balance of Democrat and Republican appointed judges which creates a career opportunity for right-wing legal professionals. For two people with equal resumes, it's much easier to get the post as a right-wing judge.

    You would think that this attracts opportunist personalities but that just doesn't seem to be so, it seems like the opportunist personalities don't want to endure years of social pressure for a reward in late middle age. Catholicism is the one remaining consistent source of conservative judges.

    That’s because the Catholic church is pretty much the lone remaining major institution that remains committed enough to one conservative belief (on abortion) to help its members survive leftist pressure and to help its members form connections and organize in defense of that principle.

    To add to your accurate comment, the Catholic Church is also the only organization that fosters intellectual rigor among conservatives. To be sure, there are many leftist Catholic intellectuals also, but leftism does not have a monopoly among Catholic intellectuals as it does among modern WASPS.

    Baptists/evangelicals are also conservatives but those people are not devoted enough to purely intellectual pursuits to get onto the Supreme Court. Mormons are smarter than Baptists, but they seem to be focused on commerce.

    • Agree: Twinkie
    • Replies: @Thorfinnsson
    Mormons have also heavily infiltrated the Dweeb State. Egg McMuffin (the cuckservative "patriot" who tried to throw the election to Crooked) is a prime example.
  184. @Bliss
    Wrong, liar.

    The most heinous, and by far the most under-reported, type of rape is the rape of helpless, innocent children. Guess which race is by far the most prone to this unpardonable crime? The same race that is most prone to get off on child porn.

    Google “convicted child porn” any day and almost all the mugshots are of white caucasians. Read the text and you will find the vile criminals were “upstanding” members of their communities: priests, preachers, parents, policemen, teachers, coaches, businessmen etc. Check out today’s google image results for example:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=convicted+child+porn&client=safari&hl=en-us&prmd=niv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwif9Ob2qPDdAhVfFjQIHWKMDZQQ_AUIECgC&biw=1024&bih=627

    Mind boggling evil:

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-06-01/australian-man-to-face-child-sex-abuse-charges-in-philippines/6511954

    Peter Scully allegedly ran an international paedophile ring from Mindanao in the Southern Philippines that raped, tortured and murdered children. One victim was only 18 months old.

    Officers of the Philippines Bureau of Investigation showed 7.30 a dark old house with high walls in another part of Cagayan de Oro. It was here Scully made the videos called The Destruction of Daisy. He was selling the videos to online customers around the world for up to $10,000 a view.

    The full details of what happened at this house are too shocking to reveal. But Angelito Magno, one of the lead investigators, gave 7.30 an insight. “In one of these videos was an 18-month-old baby girl who was hanged upside down,” he said. “She was crying all the time, she was being tortured.”

    Demand was so great for these sickening videos that six other foreigners, mainly from Europe, started to fund Scully. But one made-to-order video proved to be Scully’s undoing. In it, two girls, one aged 12 and the other 13, were forced to dig their own graves while being raped. Mr Magno said the girls eventually led them to Scully. “The two girls were able to escape and seek police assistance while they were still wearing chains, chains to their necks,” he said.

  185. @Okechukwu
    Back on topic.

    My poor wife, who is a Kavanaugh hater, is on pins and needles. She just informed me that it's all up to Susan Collins now. She will hold a press conference in 1 hour to announce her decision.

    My wife didn’t care, because she generally does not care about politics, but became a Kavanaugh supporter strictly in response to the witch hunt against him; his victory will be a victory over mob rule and witch hunts.

  186. @AP

    That’s because the Catholic church is pretty much the lone remaining major institution that remains committed enough to one conservative belief (on abortion) to help its members survive leftist pressure and to help its members form connections and organize in defense of that principle.
     
    To add to your accurate comment, the Catholic Church is also the only organization that fosters intellectual rigor among conservatives. To be sure, there are many leftist Catholic intellectuals also, but leftism does not have a monopoly among Catholic intellectuals as it does among modern WASPS.

    Baptists/evangelicals are also conservatives but those people are not devoted enough to purely intellectual pursuits to get onto the Supreme Court. Mormons are smarter than Baptists, but they seem to be focused on commerce.

    Mormons have also heavily infiltrated the Dweeb State. Egg McMuffin (the cuckservative “patriot” who tried to throw the election to Crooked) is a prime example.

    • Replies: @AP
    Mormons are very straight, earnest 50s style Americans who absolutely hate a vulgarian like Trump who sleeps with Playboy models and cheats on his wives. Mormons are smart but not focused on intellectual pursuits, so success in fields such as business or upper levels of law enforcement like the FBI come naturally to them. Flake, a Mormon, was probably triggered by Kavanaugh's history of youthful partying.
  187. @Bliss
    Wrong, liar.

    The most heinous, and by far the most under-reported, type of rape is the rape of helpless, innocent children. Guess which race is by far the most prone to this unpardonable crime? The same race that is most prone to get off on child porn.

    Google “convicted child porn” any day and almost all the mugshots are of white caucasians. Read the text and you will find the vile criminals were “upstanding” members of their communities: priests, preachers, parents, policemen, teachers, coaches, businessmen etc. Check out today’s google image results for example:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=convicted+child+porn&client=safari&hl=en-us&prmd=niv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwif9Ob2qPDdAhVfFjQIHWKMDZQQ_AUIECgC&biw=1024&bih=627

    The most heinous, and by far the most under-reported, type of rape is the rape of helpless, innocent children. Guess which race is by far the most prone to this unpardonable crime?

    Whites appear to be about as likely to commit this terrible crime as they are a percentage of the general population:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_sexual_abuse_in_the_United_Kingdom#Statistics

    Whites representing 85% of convicted child sex offenders and 86% of the general population in 2011.

    Now this contrasts with other crimes where white people are underrepresented. But they still aren’t over-represented in this crime.

    • Replies: @Bliss

    Whites appear to be about as likely to commit this terrible crime as they are a percentage of the general population:
     
    You are being dishonest. The data you link to includes teenagers upto 18. Child porn (and child abuse) involves children. And in this vilest of all crimes whites of european extraction are by far the worst offenders as the mugshots of busted perverts reveal. Even white priests who have willingly made vows of chastity have been busted.
  188. @Thorfinnsson
    Mormons have also heavily infiltrated the Dweeb State. Egg McMuffin (the cuckservative "patriot" who tried to throw the election to Crooked) is a prime example.

    Mormons are very straight, earnest 50s style Americans who absolutely hate a vulgarian like Trump who sleeps with Playboy models and cheats on his wives. Mormons are smart but not focused on intellectual pursuits, so success in fields such as business or upper levels of law enforcement like the FBI come naturally to them. Flake, a Mormon, was probably triggered by Kavanaugh’s history of youthful partying.

    • Replies: @iffen
    Sewer pond scum Mitt Romney will be a Senator for the sole purpose of extracting revenge upon the American Nation for rejecting his Presidential bid.

    I know that God is on our side, but it took "forever" for brain cancer to take out John McCain. Brain cancer!

    Apparently he's going to let Ginsberg to live forever.

    , @Thorfinnsson
    You also had R-Money denouncing the Blond Don (though he did kiss the ring after Trump's victory). Mormons are immigration enthusiasts and see themselves as a persecuted minority and thus will side with Mohammedans over Americans.

    Good example of how even civilized minorities can be dangerous.
  189. @AP
    Mormons are very straight, earnest 50s style Americans who absolutely hate a vulgarian like Trump who sleeps with Playboy models and cheats on his wives. Mormons are smart but not focused on intellectual pursuits, so success in fields such as business or upper levels of law enforcement like the FBI come naturally to them. Flake, a Mormon, was probably triggered by Kavanaugh's history of youthful partying.

    Sewer pond scum Mitt Romney will be a Senator for the sole purpose of extracting revenge upon the American Nation for rejecting his Presidential bid.

    I know that God is on our side, but it took “forever” for brain cancer to take out John McCain. Brain cancer!

    Apparently he’s going to let Ginsberg to live forever.

    • Replies: @Twinkie

    Sewer pond scum Mitt Romney will be a Senator for the sole purpose of extracting revenge upon the American Nation for rejecting his Presidential bid.
     
    I think he's prepping for a third run. Or was it a fourth run? I lose count. Anyway, representing Utah instead of Mass. will allow him to become (or appear) more conservative, which he probably thinks improves his chance of winning the GOP nomination next time.
    , @Bliss

    I know that God is on our side
     
    Thanks for the laugh.
  190. Republican women incensed about Kavanaugh drama:

    https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2018/10/kavanaugh-hearings-republican-women-voter-turnout.html

    Women not already ideological inclined to oppose Kavanaugh, by and large, have not rallied around Ford. I suspect this is chiefly the result of the fact that she didn’t report this at the time. I cannot take rape allegations seriously decades after the fact. If you really believe a man is a dangerous predator and a threat to women like yourself, you go and report it immediately.

  191. @AP
    Mormons are very straight, earnest 50s style Americans who absolutely hate a vulgarian like Trump who sleeps with Playboy models and cheats on his wives. Mormons are smart but not focused on intellectual pursuits, so success in fields such as business or upper levels of law enforcement like the FBI come naturally to them. Flake, a Mormon, was probably triggered by Kavanaugh's history of youthful partying.

    You also had R-Money denouncing the Blond Don (though he did kiss the ring after Trump’s victory). Mormons are immigration enthusiasts and see themselves as a persecuted minority and thus will side with Mohammedans over Americans.

    Good example of how even civilized minorities can be dangerous.

    • Agree: Rosie
    • Replies: @Twinkie

    Mormons are immigration enthusiasts and see themselves as a persecuted minority and thus will side with Mohammedans over Americans.

    Good example of how even civilized minorities can be dangerous.
     
    For all that, they probably vote the most reliably conservative of any large constituent group in the conservative coalition.
  192. There’s a theory going around that Lindsey Graham was in an abusive homo-sexual relationship with John McCain. Now that McCain’s six feet under Graham feels comfortable being conservative and assertive.

  193. @AaronB
    Not at all, for the record. I actually agree with you 100%. It's trashy, low class, and vulgar.

    It's also partly why this alt-right movement is going to be a flash in the pan and not amount to anything.

    They hate and fear women, they hate and fear all other races, they have no vision, they see through nothing and take everything seriously.

    Its more about blowing off steam for angry unhappy people who the system has left behind. Everyone here is a loser of some kind - that's why they're constantly calling other losers.

    I wouldn't worry about it too much, and just enjoy the show. Blowing off steam has its place too.

    Careful now, your rootless cosmopolitanism is showing.

    • Replies: @AaronB
    Why be careful? I have no roots - I exist "nowhere".

    Foxes have they're dens, but the son of man has nowhere to lay his head :)
  194. @Hyperborean
    Careful now, your rootless cosmopolitanism is showing.

    Why be careful? I have no roots – I exist “nowhere”.

    Foxes have they’re dens, but the son of man has nowhere to lay his head :)

    • Replies: @German_reader
    Are you having some sort of psychotic episode, or have you taken drugs? You sound increasingly deranged.
  195. @AaronB
    Why be careful? I have no roots - I exist "nowhere".

    Foxes have they're dens, but the son of man has nowhere to lay his head :)

    Are you having some sort of psychotic episode, or have you taken drugs? You sound increasingly deranged.

    • Replies: @AaronB
    Both?
    , @Daniel Chieh
    LSD. I'm not kidding.
  196. @AaronB
    Not at all, for the record. I actually agree with you 100%. It's trashy, low class, and vulgar.

    It's also partly why this alt-right movement is going to be a flash in the pan and not amount to anything.

    They hate and fear women, they hate and fear all other races, they have no vision, they see through nothing and take everything seriously.

    Its more about blowing off steam for angry unhappy people who the system has left behind. Everyone here is a loser of some kind - that's why they're constantly calling other losers.

    I wouldn't worry about it too much, and just enjoy the show. Blowing off steam has its place too.

    Not at all, for the record. I actually agree with you 100%. It’s trashy, low class, and vulgar.

    It’s also partly why this alt-right movement is going to be a flash in the pan and not amount to anything.

    The alt-right is very negative. Not enough emphasis on offering a positive vision. No political movement has ever succeeded without offering a positive vision for the future. Hating your enemies is fine, but you have to be able to articulate why your vision of the future is superior to that of your enemies.

    The vulgarity though is probably just a reflection of the vulgarity of American culture in general, or at least the vulgarity of the debased American culture of our era.

    There’s also a depressing tendency around these parts for people who should know better to respond to obvious liberal trolls.

    • Replies: @AaronB
    I think I agree with you completely. Good comment.
    , @Daniel Chieh
    Its not only the alt-right, of course. Its also the left.

    Long story short, we basically live in a culture where nothing really can be created, at least nothing in comparison to the ease of criticism. So everyone just criticizes and attacks, substituting that instead of ever making anything. Its not quite as easy as "just ignore them" because ignoring is not an option when the mob can actually harm you.

    I think that its something that Karlin is well aware of, and its why his blog is quite different from those of others, and I don't believe he even calls himself Alt-Right. He is trying to actually think things through, sharing that journey with us and provide at least the simple vision of understanding. It is, in a fashion, almost religious: the awe and humility of learning a little bit more of the universe. Or to quote Einstein:

    But science can only be created by those who are thoroughly imbued with the aspiration toward truth and understanding. This source of feeling, however, springs from the sphere of religion. To this there also belongs the faith in the possibility that the regulations valid for the world of existence are rational, that is, comprehensible to reason. I cannot conceive of a genuine scientist without that profound faith.
     
    It is, of course, the easiest way to piss off almost everyone. But I don't think that he can help it.
    , @Twinkie
    Well said. Ran out of "Agee."

    Breaking stuff is easy. Pretty much any half wit can do it. Building something positive and sustainable - that's the hard trick.
  197. @dfordoom

    Not at all, for the record. I actually agree with you 100%. It’s trashy, low class, and vulgar.

    It’s also partly why this alt-right movement is going to be a flash in the pan and not amount to anything.
     
    The alt-right is very negative. Not enough emphasis on offering a positive vision. No political movement has ever succeeded without offering a positive vision for the future. Hating your enemies is fine, but you have to be able to articulate why your vision of the future is superior to that of your enemies.

    The vulgarity though is probably just a reflection of the vulgarity of American culture in general, or at least the vulgarity of the debased American culture of our era.

    There's also a depressing tendency around these parts for people who should know better to respond to obvious liberal trolls.

    I think I agree with you completely. Good comment.

  198. @German_reader
    Are you having some sort of psychotic episode, or have you taken drugs? You sound increasingly deranged.

    Both?

  199. @German_reader
    Are you having some sort of psychotic episode, or have you taken drugs? You sound increasingly deranged.

    LSD. I’m not kidding.

    • Replies: @AaronB
    For real :)
  200. @Daniel Chieh
    LSD. I'm not kidding.

    For real :)

    • Replies: @German_reader
    You shouldn't do that, might be bad for your health.
    Annoying as you are, it would be a bit too extreme if you had to be institutionalized.
  201. @AaronB
    For real :)

    You shouldn’t do that, might be bad for your health.
    Annoying as you are, it would be a bit too extreme if you had to be institutionalized.

    • Replies: @AaronB
    Why would you care?

    I did not think you cared about me, GR. Shocked.
    , @Thorfinnsson
    I'd wager this isn't AaronB's first rodeo. He'll be fine and no doubt have a good time. LSD is pretty safe, though sourcing is an issue.

    Unless some materialist commenter gives him bad juju and causes his trip to take a bad turn.

  202. @German_reader
    You shouldn't do that, might be bad for your health.
    Annoying as you are, it would be a bit too extreme if you had to be institutionalized.

    Why would you care?

    I did not think you cared about me, GR. Shocked.

    • Replies: @German_reader
    You're kind of annoying, but I certainly don't wish you any serious harm. I don't think anybody here does.
    Take care of yourself and don't do anything stupid.
  203. @AaronB
    Why would you care?

    I did not think you cared about me, GR. Shocked.

    You’re kind of annoying, but I certainly don’t wish you any serious harm. I don’t think anybody here does.
    Take care of yourself and don’t do anything stupid.

    • Replies: @AaronB
    Thank you, I appreciate it. I also don't wish you any harm - in fact I wish you well :)
  204. @German_reader
    You're kind of annoying, but I certainly don't wish you any serious harm. I don't think anybody here does.
    Take care of yourself and don't do anything stupid.

    Thank you, I appreciate it. I also don’t wish you any harm – in fact I wish you well :)

  205. @dfordoom

    Not at all, for the record. I actually agree with you 100%. It’s trashy, low class, and vulgar.

    It’s also partly why this alt-right movement is going to be a flash in the pan and not amount to anything.
     
    The alt-right is very negative. Not enough emphasis on offering a positive vision. No political movement has ever succeeded without offering a positive vision for the future. Hating your enemies is fine, but you have to be able to articulate why your vision of the future is superior to that of your enemies.

    The vulgarity though is probably just a reflection of the vulgarity of American culture in general, or at least the vulgarity of the debased American culture of our era.

    There's also a depressing tendency around these parts for people who should know better to respond to obvious liberal trolls.

    Its not only the alt-right, of course. Its also the left.

    Long story short, we basically live in a culture where nothing really can be created, at least nothing in comparison to the ease of criticism. So everyone just criticizes and attacks, substituting that instead of ever making anything. Its not quite as easy as “just ignore them” because ignoring is not an option when the mob can actually harm you.

    I think that its something that Karlin is well aware of, and its why his blog is quite different from those of others, and I don’t believe he even calls himself Alt-Right. He is trying to actually think things through, sharing that journey with us and provide at least the simple vision of understanding. It is, in a fashion, almost religious: the awe and humility of learning a little bit more of the universe. Or to quote Einstein:

    But science can only be created by those who are thoroughly imbued with the aspiration toward truth and understanding. This source of feeling, however, springs from the sphere of religion. To this there also belongs the faith in the possibility that the regulations valid for the world of existence are rational, that is, comprehensible to reason. I cannot conceive of a genuine scientist without that profound faith.

    It is, of course, the easiest way to piss off almost everyone. But I don’t think that he can help it.

  206. @iffen
    I’ve never experienced it from a white person.

    Well, most of are just nice like that, it's SWPL.

    Most of us oldtimers always made a distinction between N****** and Negroes. I like to think that we have more Negroes these days than N******s.

    Hah. I was thinking exactly same. Grew up in the South my entire life, but you know that.

    • Replies: @Bliss

    Grew up in the South my entire life
     
    That explains a lot about you. And Twinkie.

    Btw, were you called chink or gook growing up there?
  207. @German_reader
    You shouldn't do that, might be bad for your health.
    Annoying as you are, it would be a bit too extreme if you had to be institutionalized.

    I’d wager this isn’t AaronB’s first rodeo. He’ll be fine and no doubt have a good time. LSD is pretty safe, though sourcing is an issue.

    Unless some materialist commenter gives him bad juju and causes his trip to take a bad turn.

    • Replies: @iffen
    Unless some materialist commenter gives him bad juju and causes his trip to take a bad turn.

    Would most materialists lean toward an LSD trip rather than a trip to the Holy Land or a Hajj?
  208. @Thorfinnsson
    The Kavanaugh affair is energizing Republican voters and appears to be redpilling boomercons and cuckservatives. Lindsey Graham sounds like a man for the first time in his life. Mitch McConnell has made it quietly known that any Republican Senator who does not vote to confirm Kavanaugh will be a persona non grata in the party. Such Senators can expect to be primaried and have doors closed to them if they become lobbyists.

    Odds of a Blue Wave have now gone down, and it seems like that the GOP will even add Senate seats.

    Own goal by Feinstein and the Democrats. Kavanaugh will be confirmed and furious Middle American conservatives will turn out to the polls.

    As for the allegations, I don't doubt that annihilated mackerel snapping lace curtain preppies groped Easy Blasey (as she was known in the 1980s), perhaps even without her consent (who cares). No doubt Easy Blasey got groped and then some at many keggers. I do however doubt that it was Brett Kavanaugh on that alleged day.

    Incidentally, the early 1980s were the peak years of teenage partying in America. This can be seen in films from the era such as Animal House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.
    Kavanaugh's partying behavior was still normal and ordinary when I was a teenager for that matter. I don't recall anyone ever running a train on the girl (though I have heard of people in the US military doing this), but one girl blew a guy on the high school dance floor in front of everyone.

    Pretty much every weekend revolved around how to score beer (favored solution: garage hopping), where you could party, and how to get girls to show up (having beer and weed and a place to consume both was generally sufficient). The Stacies for their part were enthusiastic about getting drrrruuuuunk and hooking up with Chads. A good time was had by all, except one girl who drank so much she blacked out and started foaming at the mouth. The party host made the error of stuffing her in a closet rather than, you know, taking her to a hospital. This was made worse by the fact that she happened to be completely naked (she was known for stripping every time she got drunk).

    Incidentally, the early 1980s were the peak years of teenage partying in America. This can be seen in films from the era such as Animal House, Back to School, Pretty in Pink, etc.

    Adult drinking+sex partying maxed in the 1970′s though availability of harder drugs increased in the 80′s. Teenage parties are a time-lagged version of the adult curve.

    L’Affaire Kavanaugh has many points in common with the 90′s comedy film PCU (e.g., hysterical Womynists, political correctness, evil Republican traitors, and party animals as the heroes). The Supreme Court nomination scene is based on Douglas Ginsburg but pretty funny in relation to Kavanaugh:

    http://hooktube.com/_zqvc_rnSeg?t=1721

  209. @Bliss
    Hmmm, I wonder how “fond” you would be of your current “side” when they start hurling slurs against your race. WWIII won’t be against Africa.

    Oh no! Harsh language, my only weakness!

  210. @Okechukwu

    Alaska has by far the highest % of Native Americans as a share of the population (15%). In California Native Americans are 1% of the population. Idiot.
     
    We're talking about the incidence of rape per capita, dummy. Please try to follow along.

    Rape stats: 12,571 whites, 5,412 niggers, 233 Native Americans in 2016.
     
    There are over 200,000 unreported sexual assaults every year, including those on college campuses, which you so ignorantly declared rape-free zones.

    Niggers have 2.5x the rape rates of whites, and 50% more rapes than Native Americans.
     
    Only a stupid Russian troll would rely on "statistics" in comparing and contrasting black and white rapes. Most white rapes go unreported and unpunished. Black men, however, are often railroaded on false rape charges. Lazy public defenders often tell them to plead out.

    The coal-burning slut you claim to have bedded in Moscow is not representative of Russian women.
     
    Dude, even poor African students fuck their way through Russia. Everybody has their preferences. Some Russian women are into black guys. Some Russian women are into black guys exclusively. My ex had no particular preference. In other words, she wasn't looking for a black guy.

    That "coal burning slut" is a highly educated woman and incredibly beautiful. She has a degree from Russia as well a degree from one of the top universities here. She is cultured and well-read. She not only introduced me to some Russian literature, she even introduced me to English-language works I hadn't read. She currently has a position in Moscow making well over six figures, adjusted for dollars.


    In any case, while this was true in the 1990s, it is certainly not true today.
     
    It is true, only to a lesser degree. There is still a stream of Russian women emigrating or attempting to emigrate. Some get caught up in human trafficking networks and become sex slaves.

    “Russian” woman trafficked these days are almost all Ukrainians and Moldovans. Incidentally, this is yet another reason for Russia to put the Ukraine out of its misery
     
    Dude, there are ethnic Russian women, from Russia, being trafficked all over the Middle East and Europe.

    Dude, even poor African students fuck their way through Russia. Everybody has their preferences. Some Russian women are into black guys. Some Russian women are into black guys exclusively.

    That’s exactly what you would see no matter how positively or negatively Russian (or Chinese, Japanese, 1980′s Swedish, etc) women view Africans, because the supply of Africans-in-Russia is so small that it could never meet demand. If even a tiny percentage of Russian girls are interested then African students are in business. Only when there are more immigrants does the arithmetic change.

  211. @iffen
    the fact that these lunatics have these weapons is way scarier.

    Throw in the obvious (we are the only ones to have ever used them) and you might need to stay up nights worrying.

    Throw in the obvious (we are the only ones to have ever used them) and you might need to stay up nights worrying.

    At least the party that used them isn’t in power.

  212. @Jaakko Raipala
    Not at all likely. The law profession in the US is overwhelmingly leftist and to be a conservative in law circles is to be pariah, dissident, outsider. People with authoritarian personalities just go leftist in that context. Conservative judges in the US tend to be genuinely religious because religious conviction seems to be the only thing that makes a person capable of resisting the social pressure to go leftist without interfering with a person's social skills.

    As a non-religious right-winger I dislike being forced into the same team with people like Kavanaugh (I don't want abortion to be the main issue) but we just got to admit the reality that all attempts at creating a secular right have been complete failures. Secular right-wingers tend to be semi-autistic personalities (like me) who have such low desire for social acceptance that we have no chance of succeeding at professions like law or politics that require smooching, connections etc. If a more socially agreeable person starts out as a secular right-winger in law, they just end up surrendering to the social pressure and becoming leftist.

    Actually US conservative judges tend to be overwhelmingly Catholic like this Irish guy even though the Republicans are supposedly the party of Anglo-Protestant elites. That's because the Catholic church is pretty much the lone remaining major institution that remains committed enough to one conservative belief (on abortion) to help its members survive leftist pressure and to help its members form connections and organize in defense of that principle.

    Right-wing judges no longer exist at all in European countries and our highest judges are not just leftists, they're all radicals who would fit in perfectly in the Bolshevik party of 1918. But in the US where judges are directly appointed by elected politicians there needs to be a balance of Democrat and Republican appointed judges which creates a career opportunity for right-wing legal professionals. For two people with equal resumes, it's much easier to get the post as a right-wing judge.

    You would think that this attracts opportunist personalities but that just doesn't seem to be so, it seems like the opportunist personalities don't want to endure years of social pressure for a reward in late middle age. Catholicism is the one remaining consistent source of conservative judges.

    the Catholic church is pretty much the lone remaining major institution that remains committed enough to one conservative belief (on abortion)

    No, they’ve been on top of marriage, euthanasia, adoption, and a few others mostly touching on family life. But these don’t involve the loss of innocent life, so it’s hard to get those in the pews worked up enough to take them to the barricades.

    Also, remember that in the US (and in Canada), abortion has been taken out of the direct, i.e., legislative, realm by the courts. In the rest of the West, it is subject to democratic compromise. Thus, abortion regulation is stricter in almost every European country than in North America.

    This sort of frustration leads to very impassioned politics on both sides. And right now, the only arena that matters is that of the court.

    • Replies: @Twinkie

    No, they’ve been on top of marriage, euthanasia, adoption, and a few others mostly touching on family life.
     
    Yes!

    But these don’t involve the loss of innocent life, so it’s hard to get those in the pews worked up enough to take them to the barricades.
     
    Defense of marriage, though, is a galvanizing issue.
  213. @iffen
    Just for the record, kebabs are being flung all over and not a lofty speech supporter in sight.

    Just for the record, kebabs are being flung all over and not a lofty speech supporter in sight.

    Who spearheaded this innovation?

    Kebab Dylan: “The times, they are a flingin’”

  214. @jimmyriddle
    Because they provided evidence in one case and not in the other.

    In the Skripal incident, the Russians were photographed at the scene, and their explanations were laughable (particularly their fear of 2cm of snow).

    In the Kavanaugh farce, every falsifiable statement of the accusers has been disproved. Eg she has a fear of flying, but is found to have more frequent flyer points than the pope.

    Eg she has a fear of flying, but is found to have more frequent flyer points than the pope.

    Was His Holiness able to transfer his TWA miles to American in 2001?

  215. @Reg Cæsar

    the Catholic church is pretty much the lone remaining major institution that remains committed enough to one conservative belief (on abortion)
     
    No, they've been on top of marriage, euthanasia, adoption, and a few others mostly touching on family life. But these don't involve the loss of innocent life, so it's hard to get those in the pews worked up enough to take them to the barricades.

    Also, remember that in the US (and in Canada), abortion has been taken out of the direct, i.e., legislative, realm by the courts. In the rest of the West, it is subject to democratic compromise. Thus, abortion regulation is stricter in almost every European country than in North America.

    This sort of frustration leads to very impassioned politics on both sides. And right now, the only arena that matters is that of the court.

    No, they’ve been on top of marriage, euthanasia, adoption, and a few others mostly touching on family life.

    Yes!

    But these don’t involve the loss of innocent life, so it’s hard to get those in the pews worked up enough to take them to the barricades.

    Defense of marriage, though, is a galvanizing issue.

  216. @dfordoom

    Not at all, for the record. I actually agree with you 100%. It’s trashy, low class, and vulgar.

    It’s also partly why this alt-right movement is going to be a flash in the pan and not amount to anything.
     
    The alt-right is very negative. Not enough emphasis on offering a positive vision. No political movement has ever succeeded without offering a positive vision for the future. Hating your enemies is fine, but you have to be able to articulate why your vision of the future is superior to that of your enemies.

    The vulgarity though is probably just a reflection of the vulgarity of American culture in general, or at least the vulgarity of the debased American culture of our era.

    There's also a depressing tendency around these parts for people who should know better to respond to obvious liberal trolls.

    Well said. Ran out of “Agee.”

    Breaking stuff is easy. Pretty much any half wit can do it. Building something positive and sustainable – that’s the hard trick.

  217. @iffen
    Sewer pond scum Mitt Romney will be a Senator for the sole purpose of extracting revenge upon the American Nation for rejecting his Presidential bid.

    I know that God is on our side, but it took "forever" for brain cancer to take out John McCain. Brain cancer!

    Apparently he's going to let Ginsberg to live forever.

    Sewer pond scum Mitt Romney will be a Senator for the sole purpose of extracting revenge upon the American Nation for rejecting his Presidential bid.

    I think he’s prepping for a third run. Or was it a fourth run? I lose count. Anyway, representing Utah instead of Mass. will allow him to become (or appear) more conservative, which he probably thinks improves his chance of winning the GOP nomination next time.

    • Replies: @iffen
    representing Utah instead of Mass. will allow him to become (or appear) more conservative,


    Good point.

    Pure opportunistic politics.
  218. @Thorfinnsson
    You also had R-Money denouncing the Blond Don (though he did kiss the ring after Trump's victory). Mormons are immigration enthusiasts and see themselves as a persecuted minority and thus will side with Mohammedans over Americans.

    Good example of how even civilized minorities can be dangerous.

    Mormons are immigration enthusiasts and see themselves as a persecuted minority and thus will side with Mohammedans over Americans.

    Good example of how even civilized minorities can be dangerous.

    For all that, they probably vote the most reliably conservative of any large constituent group in the conservative coalition.

  219. @Anatoly Karlin

    Nice try. Arizona, California and Oklahoma have three times the Native population of Alaska respectively. But there doesn’t seem to be quite the same orgy of rapes going on in those states.
     
    Alaska has by far the highest % of Native Americans as a share of the population (15%). In California Native Americans are 1% of the population. Idiot.

    I can't believe I am actually going to waste time with this BS, but, okay:

    Rape stats: 12,571 whites, 5,412 niggers, 233 Native Americans in 2016.

    Populations: 233,657,078 whites, 40,241,818 niggers, 2,597,817 Native Americans in 2016.

    Niggers have 2.5x the rape rates of whites, and 50% more rapes than Native Americans.

    Congratulations, I suppose your "overperformance" in rape is somewhat less lopsided than your dominance in the murder and robbery sweepstakes.

    But I'm sure you are now going to whine it's on account of white privilege and structural racism or whatever.

    Russian women are trafficked all over the world like so much meat. They’re more than willing to spread their thighs in order to escape that shithole.
     
    The coal-burning slut you claim to have bedded in Moscow is not representative of Russian women.

    In any case, while this was true in the 1990s, it is certainly not true today.

    "Russian" woman trafficked these days are almost all Ukrainians and Moldovans. Incidentally, this is yet another reason for Russia to put the Ukraine out of its misery.

    But I’m sure you are now going to whine it’s on account of white privilege and structural racism or whatever.

    White privilege is very interesting in that it seems to privilege Asians over whites. The same dynamic is at play with the rape statistics. Asians commit fewer rapes (and other violent crimes) per capita than whites, as you well know.

    White people are so very strange. They “oppress” Asians into committing fewer crimes per capita, have higher educational attainment, higher lifespan, lower welfare usage rates, etc. than whites. For some strange reason, this oppression has a dramatically opposite result for blacks.

    • LOL: iffen
  220. @Okechukwu

    Alaska has by far the highest % of Native Americans as a share of the population (15%). In California Native Americans are 1% of the population. Idiot.
     
    We're talking about the incidence of rape per capita, dummy. Please try to follow along.

    Rape stats: 12,571 whites, 5,412 niggers, 233 Native Americans in 2016.
     
    There are over 200,000 unreported sexual assaults every year, including those on college campuses, which you so ignorantly declared rape-free zones.

    Niggers have 2.5x the rape rates of whites, and 50% more rapes than Native Americans.
     
    Only a stupid Russian troll would rely on "statistics" in comparing and contrasting black and white rapes. Most white rapes go unreported and unpunished. Black men, however, are often railroaded on false rape charges. Lazy public defenders often tell them to plead out.

    The coal-burning slut you claim to have bedded in Moscow is not representative of Russian women.
     
    Dude, even poor African students fuck their way through Russia. Everybody has their preferences. Some Russian women are into black guys. Some Russian women are into black guys exclusively. My ex had no particular preference. In other words, she wasn't looking for a black guy.

    That "coal burning slut" is a highly educated woman and incredibly beautiful. She has a degree from Russia as well a degree from one of the top universities here. She is cultured and well-read. She not only introduced me to some Russian literature, she even introduced me to English-language works I hadn't read. She currently has a position in Moscow making well over six figures, adjusted for dollars.


    In any case, while this was true in the 1990s, it is certainly not true today.
     
    It is true, only to a lesser degree. There is still a stream of Russian women emigrating or attempting to emigrate. Some get caught up in human trafficking networks and become sex slaves.

    “Russian” woman trafficked these days are almost all Ukrainians and Moldovans. Incidentally, this is yet another reason for Russia to put the Ukraine out of its misery
     
    Dude, there are ethnic Russian women, from Russia, being trafficked all over the Middle East and Europe.

    Dude, there are ethnic Russian women, from Russia, being trafficked all over the Middle East and Europe.

    This seems to indicate the desirability (high value) of Russian women as sexual partners over, say, sub-Saharan African women more than anything else.

    If your argument is, thus, that African women are some of the least desirable women in the world while Russian women are valued far more, I don’t think you will find many opponents here.

    • Replies: @Okechukwu

    This seems to indicate the desirability (high value) of Russian women as sexual partners over, say, sub-Saharan African women more than anything else.
     
    You're not exactly a bright shining example of Asian intelligence. This comports with my real world experiences, as I've found many Asians simply too dumb to function.

    Actually, my dimwitted friend, this is easily explained by the fact that African students in Russia are overwhelmingly male. And men tend to have sex wherever they are. These men are in a sea of white women, whereas African females are few and far between.

    The experience of Chinese men in Africa provides further confirmation.

    Interracial Marriages Between Africans and Chinese on the Rise as 1 Million Chinese Live in Africa

    https://nextshark.com/interracial-marriages-africans-chinese-rise-1-million-chinese-live-africa/

    The reverse is happening in China as African men marry Chinese women.

    Afro-Chinese marriages boom in Guangzhou

    https://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1521076/afro-chinese-marriages-boom-guangzhou-will-it-be-til-death


    If your argument is, thus, that African women are some of the least desirable women in the world while Russian women are valued far more, I don’t think you will find many opponents here.
     
    That's not my argument at all. Black women are some of the most beautiful women in the world, having natural features that other women undergo dangerous surgical procedures and risk skin cancer to acquire. Increasingly, these features are becoming the standard of beauty in the West. Luckily, my German wife has a nice ass and full lips. Believe it or not, these features are not considered ideal in Germany. German men are into lipless women with flat, bony asses. But they're acquiring the proper taste in women as the steady onslaught of Americanization takes hold.
  221. @iffen
    I was undecided on Thor and the N word issue, but you make it hard not to take sides.

    I was undecided on Thor and the N word issue, but you make it hard not to take sides.

    I don’t know why commenters such as “Bliss” and “Okechukwu” are here. They aren’t exactly convincing anybody with their low IQ arguments and lack of knowledge. Indeed, if anything, they seem to arouse greater animosity toward blacks and confirm the priors held by most here that blacks are, on average, of low intellectual capacity.

    • Replies: @Bliss
    The question should be: what the hell are you(and Chieh) doing here?

    The alt-right is a white nationalist, euro-centric movement. You two are asian mongoloids. What makes you think you belong in this movement?
    , @iffen
    to arouse greater animosity toward blacks and confirm the priors

    Obviously we don't know motivations or true identities here. Engaging in comment threads on the JQ at the Unz Review I have observed the same with regard to engendering animosity toward Jews. It is hard to tell if they are trolling or stupid.

  222. @Anatoly Karlin

    Nice try. Arizona, California and Oklahoma have three times the Native population of Alaska respectively. But there doesn’t seem to be quite the same orgy of rapes going on in those states.
     
    Alaska has by far the highest % of Native Americans as a share of the population (15%). In California Native Americans are 1% of the population. Idiot.

    I can't believe I am actually going to waste time with this BS, but, okay:

    Rape stats: 12,571 whites, 5,412 niggers, 233 Native Americans in 2016.

    Populations: 233,657,078 whites, 40,241,818 niggers, 2,597,817 Native Americans in 2016.

    Niggers have 2.5x the rape rates of whites, and 50% more rapes than Native Americans.

    Congratulations, I suppose your "overperformance" in rape is somewhat less lopsided than your dominance in the murder and robbery sweepstakes.

    But I'm sure you are now going to whine it's on account of white privilege and structural racism or whatever.

    Russian women are trafficked all over the world like so much meat. They’re more than willing to spread their thighs in order to escape that shithole.
     
    The coal-burning slut you claim to have bedded in Moscow is not representative of Russian women.

    In any case, while this was true in the 1990s, it is certainly not true today.

    "Russian" woman trafficked these days are almost all Ukrainians and Moldovans. Incidentally, this is yet another reason for Russia to put the Ukraine out of its misery.

    Throwing the N word around like that isn’t funny, and people might get the wrong idea when you do. Please cool it.

  223. @Daniel Chieh
    Hah. I was thinking exactly same. Grew up in the South my entire life, but you know that.

    Grew up in the South my entire life

    That explains a lot about you. And Twinkie.

    Btw, were you called chink or gook growing up there?

  224. @iffen
    Sewer pond scum Mitt Romney will be a Senator for the sole purpose of extracting revenge upon the American Nation for rejecting his Presidential bid.

    I know that God is on our side, but it took "forever" for brain cancer to take out John McCain. Brain cancer!

    Apparently he's going to let Ginsberg to live forever.

    I know that God is on our side

    Thanks for the laugh.

  225. @AP

    The most heinous, and by far the most under-reported, type of rape is the rape of helpless, innocent children. Guess which race is by far the most prone to this unpardonable crime?
     
    Whites appear to be about as likely to commit this terrible crime as they are a percentage of the general population:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_sexual_abuse_in_the_United_Kingdom#Statistics

    Whites representing 85% of convicted child sex offenders and 86% of the general population in 2011.

    Now this contrasts with other crimes where white people are underrepresented. But they still aren't over-represented in this crime.

    Whites appear to be about as likely to commit this terrible crime as they are a percentage of the general population:

    You are being dishonest. The data you link to includes teenagers upto 18. Child porn (and child abuse) involves children. And in this vilest of all crimes whites of european extraction are by far the worst offenders as the mugshots of busted perverts reveal. Even white priests who have willingly made vows of chastity have been busted.

    • Replies: @AP
    Any statistics to back this up?
  226. @Twinkie

    I was undecided on Thor and the N word issue, but you make it hard not to take sides.
     
    I don't know why commenters such as "Bliss" and "Okechukwu" are here. They aren't exactly convincing anybody with their low IQ arguments and lack of knowledge. Indeed, if anything, they seem to arouse greater animosity toward blacks and confirm the priors held by most here that blacks are, on average, of low intellectual capacity.

    The question should be: what the hell are you(and Chieh) doing here?

    The alt-right is a white nationalist, euro-centric movement. You two are asian mongoloids. What makes you think you belong in this movement?

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    Is this site even alt-right? Is there a coherent political program? Is there a set of views excluding Asians from commenting here?

    We have a pretty diverse crew here. There’s at least one Russian Jew, at least one American Jew (I’m unsure where one of the Jewish commenters is from), even occasionally Israelis, etc. Here are you, an African American, and Okechukwu, an actual African (though I guess he also grew up in America), but we have a Muslim, various Europeans, Americans, etc.

    Why would the East Asians disturb us? There’s several of them, not just Twinkie and Daniel Chieh, anyway.
    , @iffen
    What makes you think you belong in this movement?


    Whites need allies too.

    We plan to flip most Asians and a good number of Hispanics.
    , @Twinkie
    I’m not “alt-right.” I’m more “paleo-right” or traditionalist right. I’m also a civic nationalist. There is a fairly wide spectrum of rightists here and even occasional leftist HBD types. Most here seem to agree, though, that blacks are problematic to put kindly. Certainly many important statistics validate that assessment. Opinions seem to be mixed about East Asians. In any case, East Asians are present in far higher numbers in the HBD sphere than blacks are. Much like in science in general.
    , @Daniel Chieh
    You are very confused. This is a Kekist religious board.
  227. @Bliss
    The question should be: what the hell are you(and Chieh) doing here?

    The alt-right is a white nationalist, euro-centric movement. You two are asian mongoloids. What makes you think you belong in this movement?

    Is this site even alt-right? Is there a coherent political program? Is there a set of views excluding Asians from commenting here?

    We have a pretty diverse crew here. There’s at least one Russian Jew, at least one American Jew (I’m unsure where one of the Jewish commenters is from), even occasionally Israelis, etc. Here are you, an African American, and Okechukwu, an actual African (though I guess he also grew up in America), but we have a Muslim, various Europeans, Americans, etc.

    Why would the East Asians disturb us? There’s several of them, not just Twinkie and Daniel Chieh, anyway.

    • Replies: @dfordoom

    is this site even alt-right? Is there a coherent political program? Is there a set of views excluding Asians from commenting here?
     
    The one thing that seems to unite people here is that we're all dissenters. We're suspicious of the established political parties. We're suspicious of the current political order. We fear that civilisation is heading for shipwreck. There's no reason why such views would be confined to white people. If civilisation hits the iceberg it's not just white people who are going to drown.
  228. @Twinkie

    I was undecided on Thor and the N word issue, but you make it hard not to take sides.
     
    I don't know why commenters such as "Bliss" and "Okechukwu" are here. They aren't exactly convincing anybody with their low IQ arguments and lack of knowledge. Indeed, if anything, they seem to arouse greater animosity toward blacks and confirm the priors held by most here that blacks are, on average, of low intellectual capacity.

    to arouse greater animosity toward blacks and confirm the priors

    Obviously we don’t know motivations or true identities here. Engaging in comment threads on the JQ at the Unz Review I have observed the same with regard to engendering animosity toward Jews. It is hard to tell if they are trolling or stupid.

  229. I need to open up about a serious problem and I hope the kind regulars here can help me. Rosie agreed with a comment by Thor and I agree with it as well. I’m staying inside today and doubling the tin foil.

    • Replies: @Twinkie

    Rosie agreed with a comment by Thor and I agree with it as well. I’m staying inside today and doubling the tin foil.
     
    If you agree with Rosie, even indirectly, something has gone horribly wrong. I suggest you check your head for a wound or perhaps even for signs 0f a concussion. Just to be safe, I recommend that you check your water or beer supply for contamination as well.
  230. @Thorfinnsson
    I'd wager this isn't AaronB's first rodeo. He'll be fine and no doubt have a good time. LSD is pretty safe, though sourcing is an issue.

    Unless some materialist commenter gives him bad juju and causes his trip to take a bad turn.

    Unless some materialist commenter gives him bad juju and causes his trip to take a bad turn.

    Would most materialists lean toward an LSD trip rather than a trip to the Holy Land or a Hajj?

  231. @Bliss
    The question should be: what the hell are you(and Chieh) doing here?

    The alt-right is a white nationalist, euro-centric movement. You two are asian mongoloids. What makes you think you belong in this movement?

    What makes you think you belong in this movement?

    Whites need allies too.

    We plan to flip most Asians and a good number of Hispanics.

    • Replies: @Twinkie

    Whites need allies too.

    We plan to flip most Asians and a good number of Hispanics.
     
    Asians in America used to vote more Republican than whites did. The present generation of Asians need to wake the f—- up and realize that they have more in common with whites than with blacks and Hispanics.

    Of course, “Asians” in America today are far more Indian than in the past, so we are really talking about different groups over time here.
    , @Bliss
    I am guessing you are already “allied” to an asian female half your age.

    Or else you make regular trips to Asia to seek such “alliances”.

    Am I right or what?
  232. @Twinkie

    Sewer pond scum Mitt Romney will be a Senator for the sole purpose of extracting revenge upon the American Nation for rejecting his Presidential bid.
     
    I think he's prepping for a third run. Or was it a fourth run? I lose count. Anyway, representing Utah instead of Mass. will allow him to become (or appear) more conservative, which he probably thinks improves his chance of winning the GOP nomination next time.

    representing Utah instead of Mass. will allow him to become (or appear) more conservative,

    Good point.

    Pure opportunistic politics.

  233. @Bliss
    The question should be: what the hell are you(and Chieh) doing here?

    The alt-right is a white nationalist, euro-centric movement. You two are asian mongoloids. What makes you think you belong in this movement?

    I’m not “alt-right.” I’m more “paleo-right” or traditionalist right. I’m also a civic nationalist. There is a fairly wide spectrum of rightists here and even occasional leftist HBD types. Most here seem to agree, though, that blacks are problematic to put kindly. Certainly many important statistics validate that assessment. Opinions seem to be mixed about East Asians. In any case, East Asians are present in far higher numbers in the HBD sphere than blacks are. Much like in science in general.

    • Replies: @Bliss

    I’m more “paleo-right” or traditionalist right.
     
    The “traditionalist right” put mongoloids like you in permanent concentration camps aka “reservations”. And passed laws banning your race from entering the United States. You are a fucking self-loathing moron for boasting allegiance to such a “tradition”.

    Btw, there is nothing more uniquely traditional in American culture than a college football rivalry. I just finished watching Texas beat Oklahoma in what will be remembered as one of the great examples of this tradition. Asians were conspicuous by their total absence on the field, and even among the spectators. It was all western european whites and west african blacks on the field.

    I’m also a civic nationalist.
     
    No you are not. You are a subversive opportunist. Your ridiculous, psychotic racism towards blacks, hispanics, jews etc should raise the red flag for genuine civic nationalists in this racially diverse nation. Blacks and Hispanics constitute 30% of the US military. Racists like you will be seen as potential traitors in WWIII.
  234. @iffen
    I need to open up about a serious problem and I hope the kind regulars here can help me. Rosie agreed with a comment by Thor and I agree with it as well. I'm staying inside today and doubling the tin foil.

    Rosie agreed with a comment by Thor and I agree with it as well. I’m staying inside today and doubling the tin foil.

    If you agree with Rosie, even indirectly, something has gone horribly wrong. I suggest you check your head for a wound or perhaps even for signs 0f a concussion. Just to be safe, I recommend that you check your water or beer supply for contamination as well.

    • LOL: reiner Tor
  235. I recommend that you check your water or beer supply

    Thanks, I just checked the fridge and that could well be the problem.

  236. @iffen
    What makes you think you belong in this movement?


    Whites need allies too.

    We plan to flip most Asians and a good number of Hispanics.

    Whites need allies too.

    We plan to flip most Asians and a good number of Hispanics.

    Asians in America used to vote more Republican than whites did. The present generation of Asians need to wake the f—- up and realize that they have more in common with whites than with blacks and Hispanics.

    Of course, “Asians” in America today are far more Indian than in the past, so we are really talking about different groups over time here.

    • Replies: @Anon
    Don't most Indians face, eventually, a similar social situation to many East Asians? Those who are Hindu will tend to mix less (which is definitely not a good thing), but as far as their interests are concerned, they will wind up in the same boat even if it may take a little longer.
  237. @Bliss
    Wrong, liar.

    The most heinous, and by far the most under-reported, type of rape is the rape of helpless, innocent children. Guess which race is by far the most prone to this unpardonable crime? The same race that is most prone to get off on child porn.

    Google “convicted child porn” any day and almost all the mugshots are of white caucasians. Read the text and you will find the vile criminals were “upstanding” members of their communities: priests, preachers, parents, policemen, teachers, coaches, businessmen etc. Check out today’s google image results for example:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=convicted+child+porn&client=safari&hl=en-us&prmd=niv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwif9Ob2qPDdAhVfFjQIHWKMDZQQ_AUIECgC&biw=1024&bih=627

    Blacks account for more pedophiles too: https://dailystormer.name/myth-whites-are-more-likely-to-be-pedophiles-and-child-molesters/

    (Reprint of a Robert Lindsay blog post, not Daily Stormer itself, for those who care for such things).

    % of total child abusers:

    White 51%
    African American 25%
    Hispanic 15%
    American Indian/Alaska Natives 2%
    Asian/Pacific Islanders 1%

    Even with regards to AP’s link, there are two studies mentioned.

    While in the first link whites abuse children as much as their share of the population – I can’t open the source link to confirm, but this strikes me as rather unlikely, given the prevalence of Asian grooming gangs – the second link paints a different picture:

    In the overall population of England and Wales 86% of people were white in 2011 (at the last census), 8% of the population was of Asian ethnicity, and 3% was black. …

    It analysed over 1,200 of these possible offenders and found the vast majority were male. Around 30% were white, 28% Asian and 3% black and 38% were unknown. When CEOP looked only at a group of around 940 offenders that it had better information for it found around 38% were white, 32% were unknown, 36% were Asian and 3% were black.

    So, British whites abuse at 40% of their share of the population; blacks abuse in correlation with their population; and Asians abuse at 4.5x their share of the population.

    Moreover, this tallies with Robert Lindsay’s American analysis, where blacks molest children at 2x the white rate. As he points out, the only reason that Blacks have a reputation for NOT molesting children is not that they don’t do it, but that they are not as ridiculously overrepresented in this particular sphere of criminality.

    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    Let me add that “Asians” in the UK mean Talha’s, and not Daniel Chieh’s, dumber and embarrassing brothers.
    , @iffen
    Do you suppose that it is possible that Bliss has not read one of the greatest novels of all time (according to some): The Color Purple?
    , @DFH
    lol, haven't been on Robert Lindsay's site for ages
    , @Okechukwu

    Blacks account for more pedophiles too: https://dailystormer.name/myth-whites-are-more-likely-to-be-pedophiles-and-child-molesters/
     
    LOL. This explains your estrangement from reality. It appears the Russian troll who is obsessed with America gets his "information" about America from the Daily Stormer. Is someone actually paying you for your output on Unz? Like all white supremacists, white nationalists and alt-righters, the ideology you are trying to promulgate is made far less agreeable by your association with it.

    Here are the facts:

    Pedophile profile: Young, white, wealthy

    Four-year FBI investigation shows that vast majority of online child porn arrests involve people in high places.

    Of the 413 people arrested as part of the agency's "Innocent Images" investigation since 1995, "only a handful have not been upper-middle-class, educated white men," said Special Agent Pete Gulotta who serves as the investigation's chief spokesman. "They're almost all white males between the ages of 25 and 45."

    "We've had military officers with high clearances, pediatricians, lawyers, school principals, and tech executives," Gulotta said of those arrested under Innocent Images.

    https://www.zdnet.com/article/pedophile-profile-young-white-wealthy/

    In reality, if a child goes missing in my neighborhood and is later found raped and mutilated, the cops won't even waste their time with me, as I don't fit the profile. However, all my white male neighbors will be persons of interest.
  238. @Anatoly Karlin
    Blacks account for more pedophiles too: https://dailystormer.name/myth-whites-are-more-likely-to-be-pedophiles-and-child-molesters/

    (Reprint of a Robert Lindsay blog post, not Daily Stormer itself, for those who care for such things).

    % of total child abusers:

    White 51%
    African American 25%
    Hispanic 15%
    American Indian/Alaska Natives 2%
    Asian/Pacific Islanders 1%

    Even with regards to AP's link, there are two studies mentioned.

    While in the first link whites abuse children as much as their share of the population - I can't open the source link to confirm, but this strikes me as rather unlikely, given the prevalence of Asian grooming gangs - the second link paints a different picture:

    In the overall population of England and Wales 86% of people were white in 2011 (at the last census), 8% of the population was of Asian ethnicity, and 3% was black. ...

    It analysed over 1,200 of these possible offenders and found the vast majority were male. Around 30% were white, 28% Asian and 3% black and 38% were unknown. When CEOP looked only at a group of around 940 offenders that it had better information for it found around 38% were white, 32% were unknown, 36% were Asian and 3% were black.
     
    So, British whites abuse at 40% of their share of the population; blacks abuse in correlation with their population; and Asians abuse at 4.5x their share of the population.

    Moreover, this tallies with Robert Lindsay's American analysis, where blacks molest children at 2x the white rate. As he points out, the only reason that Blacks have a reputation for NOT molesting children is not that they don't do it, but that they are not as ridiculously overrepresented in this particular sphere of criminality.

    Let me add that “Asians” in the UK mean Talha’s, and not Daniel Chieh’s, dumber and embarrassing brothers.

  239. @Anatoly Karlin
    Blacks account for more pedophiles too: https://dailystormer.name/myth-whites-are-more-likely-to-be-pedophiles-and-child-molesters/

    (Reprint of a Robert Lindsay blog post, not Daily Stormer itself, for those who care for such things).

    % of total child abusers:

    White 51%
    African American 25%
    Hispanic 15%
    American Indian/Alaska Natives 2%
    Asian/Pacific Islanders 1%

    Even with regards to AP's link, there are two studies mentioned.

    While in the first link whites abuse children as much as their share of the population - I can't open the source link to confirm, but this strikes me as rather unlikely, given the prevalence of Asian grooming gangs - the second link paints a different picture:

    In the overall population of England and Wales 86% of people were white in 2011 (at the last census), 8% of the population was of Asian ethnicity, and 3% was black. ...

    It analysed over 1,200 of these possible offenders and found the vast majority were male. Around 30% were white, 28% Asian and 3% black and 38% were unknown. When CEOP looked only at a group of around 940 offenders that it had better information for it found around 38% were white, 32% were unknown, 36% were Asian and 3% were black.
     
    So, British whites abuse at 40% of their share of the population; blacks abuse in correlation with their population; and Asians abuse at 4.5x their share of the population.

    Moreover, this tallies with Robert Lindsay's American analysis, where blacks molest children at 2x the white rate. As he points out, the only reason that Blacks have a reputation for NOT molesting children is not that they don't do it, but that they are not as ridiculously overrepresented in this particular sphere of criminality.

    Do you suppose that it is possible that Bliss has not read one of the greatest novels of all time (according to some): The Color Purple?

  240. @Anatoly Karlin
    I arrived in the US towards the very tail end of what I imagine was its "American Pie" era. (I don't think I intersected with "Animal House" at all, which is basically 1960s East Coast campus culture).

    You had these parties with the keggers and mild debauchery going on, but they declined visibly even during the time I was there. And even then they were more prevalent at the sports clubs than amongst the student population at large (I was in the skiing and snowboarding association).

    The "generation" before us was wilder, while "My" generation (of Americans, that is) was tamer; at most, some of the girls would bathe topless in the jacuzzi. The generation ahead of us was completely straightlaced and boring. All the drugs except weed were disappearing, and they even drank far less.

    That’s interesting topic for future articles – how younger generation is now more conservative in their personal life (has less drugs and sex partners on average) than the older generations.

    Also the same story in Russia, and probably in Europe.

    This is against the intuition, how older people are more libertine or dissolute than their children.

    Whereas the current situation, younger people are internationally more conservative living than older people were.

    It’s also related to Japanese cultural influence on the consciousness of the younger generation.

    There could be a longterm development towards people living more and more conservative lives, as hikikomori becomes the emblematic personality of the later 21st century.

    • Replies: @Anatoly Karlin
    It is indeed close to a worldwide trend.


    The exile wasn't making all its shit up after all. The bankers here are all agreed that the 1990s to mid 2000s were the era of wild parties, strip club outings, etc. Now it's a modest beer after work once a week at best.
    , @AaronB
    I don't think its related to the hikkomiri phenom.

    The Japanese party very hard, much harder than us - there is no stigma to drinking alcohol there (don't tell Dan C), and everyone drinks heavily multiple times a week. Respectable salarymen are sprawled on the floor drunk, and everyone is cool with it.

    Karaoke with girls and prostitution in all its forms is everywhere and widely indulged in by everyone.

    Japan has a long tradition of a "floating world", a dreamlike space devoted to refined debauchery, where the cares of ordinary life are let go and the world is seen for what it really is - a dream.

    The downturn in partying in America has more to do with the dreary Puritan culture that reasserts itself every so often. The 60s cast a long shadow, but eventually the Puritans come back.

    You must remember America is primarily about business and taking things seriously. It doesn't really have the intellectual refinement or spiritual depth to know how to play, and it's the only place in the world where the wealthy elites live lives of drab puritan dourness centred on work for works sake.

    There is nothing like the Old European aristocrats with their pleasure loving ways.
  241. @Jaakko Raipala
    Not at all likely. The law profession in the US is overwhelmingly leftist and to be a conservative in law circles is to be pariah, dissident, outsider. People with authoritarian personalities just go leftist in that context. Conservative judges in the US tend to be genuinely religious because religious conviction seems to be the only thing that makes a person capable of resisting the social pressure to go leftist without interfering with a person's social skills.

    As a non-religious right-winger I dislike being forced into the same team with people like Kavanaugh (I don't want abortion to be the main issue) but we just got to admit the reality that all attempts at creating a secular right have been complete failures. Secular right-wingers tend to be semi-autistic personalities (like me) who have such low desire for social acceptance that we have no chance of succeeding at professions like law or politics that require smooching, connections etc. If a more socially agreeable person starts out as a secular right-winger in law, they just end up surrendering to the social pressure and becoming leftist.

    Actually US conservative judges tend to be overwhelmingly Catholic like this Irish guy even though the Republicans are supposedly the party of Anglo-Protestant elites. That's because the Catholic church is pretty much the lone remaining major institution that remains committed enough to one conservative belief (on abortion) to help its members survive leftist pressure and to help its members form connections and organize in defense of that principle.

    Right-wing judges no longer exist at all in European countries and our highest judges are not just leftists, they're all radicals who would fit in perfectly in the Bolshevik party of 1918. But in the US where judges are directly appointed by elected politicians there needs to be a balance of Democrat and Republican appointed judges which creates a career opportunity for right-wing legal professionals. For two people with equal resumes, it's much easier to get the post as a right-wing judge.

    You would think that this attracts opportunist personalities but that just doesn't seem to be so, it seems like the opportunist personalities don't want to endure years of social pressure for a reward in late middle age. Catholicism is the one remaining consistent source of conservative judges.

    In Russia, for example, there is 95% or more conviction rate. More than 95% of trials, ending with a criminal conviction and then punishment.

    So there’s hardly any reason to have trial at all. They could save money, just declaring everyone automatically guilty.

    Moreover, judges are all day punishing people, and putting people in prison, several more times often per day, than ordinary person will brush their teeth.

    To be judge, is a job (like police man, etc), which will attract a lot of authoritarian personality people, whose main pleasure in life is controlling or punishing other people.

    As for America. Consider that America has one of the highest proportions of people in prisons in the world. So it’s not like average judge in America is behaviouring “liberally” – except, it seems superficially from the statistics, they must be “liberally” putting people in prison.

    • Replies: @Jaakko Raipala

    As for America. Consider that America has one of the highest proportions of people in prisons in the world.
     
    America has blacks. If you have no experience with average blacks you have no idea how impulsive and dumb people can be. As Europe is importing lower IQ, more impulsive, more aggressive races from the south, they're also finding that their crime rates as massively shooting up. As European demographics change, we are going to see European politics also changing towards tough on crime as the consequences of already deeply unpopular liberal criminal policies will get much, much worse.

    So it’s not like average judge in America is behaviouring “liberally” – except, it seems superficially from the statistics, they must be “liberally” putting people in prison.
     
    I would much rather have American or even Russian judges than a murderer as a neighbor with the knowledge that he can stab me and not go back to prison but that I can't fight back because self-defense in this country is basically an aggravating factor. That's not a hypothetical - a notorious multiple murderer and violent criminal was living across the street from me for years. He didn't kill anyone during that time he did a lot of very bad stuff like severely beating up a disabled man in a wheelchair and he never got any meaningful prison time.

    I dealt with this in the typical Finnish fashion - we memorize the faces of murderers, rapists, pedophiles and other notorious dangers that are allowed to walk free and avoid them with the knowledge that the state is on their side, not ours. Yeah, we have low incarceration rates and our leaders get praised around the world for it while they travel in armored cars and live behind private security that bypasses our meaningless state authorities.

    By the way, I have met a lot of Russian immigrants or visiting students at the university of Helsinki who came to Finland with ideas about amazing liberal social democracy and its supposed superiority to evil authoritarian Russia. These delusions never survive if they actually learn Finnish and any encounters with criminals or the legal system kill delusions even if they don't.
  242. @Thorfinnsson
    I saw it when it was new, but I don't really remember it.

    I assume for you watching your native media is as boring as watching my native media is to me. But seeing the media of other countries is interesting.

    Yes this is on a level of “stupid television” – like a local equivalent of Rachel Maddow’s show, Glenn Beck’s show, or Bill O’Reilly’s show.

    When Bill O’Reilly is complaining all day about Russia, it is a (not subtle way) to make the American government look better.

    How is this relevant? Because it is handwaving, to distract people from focus on topics, which are relevant to their lives.

    His criticism of the West will incorporate true elements, just as Maddow or O’Reilly’s criticism of Russia. But it’s onesidedness and exaggeration, also results in a backlash from more intelligent viewers, becoming more (often incorrectly) pro-Western – just as more intelligent Americans will become more pro-Russia, in backlash to Maddow’s or O’Reilly’s show.

    -

    Of course, it’s easier to talk about some irrelevant problems in America, than focus on topics you would expect from a person in his position – like a copper mine in Chelyabinsk that will further poison residents, the falling standards in schools and declining mathematics education, the lack of investment in science, the need to diversify the economy (within 10 years) before it’s too late and oil demand peaks, etc.

    • Replies: @Dmitry

    t’s easier to talk about
     
    Although I'm watching his last week's show now - at least they did do a useful segment exposing financial pyramid schemes.

    I guess he is still a better journalist for now, than Bill O'Reilly or Rachel Maddow.
  243. @Dmitry
    Yes this is on a level of "stupid television" - like a local equivalent of Rachel Maddow's show, Glenn Beck's show, or Bill O'Reilly's show.

    When Bill O'Reilly is complaining all day about Russia, it is a (not subtle way) to make the American government look better.

    How is this relevant? Because it is handwaving, to distract people from focus on topics, which are relevant to their lives.

    His criticism of the West will incorporate true elements, just as Maddow or O'Reilly's criticism of Russia. But it's onesidedness and exaggeration, also results in a backlash from more intelligent viewers, becoming more (often incorrectly) pro-Western - just as more intelligent Americans will become more pro-Russia, in backlash to Maddow's or O'Reilly's show.

    -

    Of course, it's easier to talk about some irrelevant problems in America, than focus on topics you would expect from a person in his position - like a copper mine in Chelyabinsk that will further poison residents, the falling standards in schools and declining mathematics education, the lack of investment in science, the need to diversify the economy (within 10 years) before it's too late and oil demand peaks, etc.

    t’s easier to talk about

    Although I’m watching his last week’s show now – at least they did do a useful segment exposing financial pyramid schemes.

    I guess he is still a better journalist for now, than Bill O’Reilly or Rachel Maddow.

  244. @Thorfinnsson
    Yes. Social milieu was in other words not very different than how Brett Kavanaugh grew up, other than that in my WASPy community papists were a minority.

    Thanks. That was an interesting data point about our WASP betters whose passing from the top dog position is so lamented around these parts.

  245. @Bliss
    The question should be: what the hell are you(and Chieh) doing here?

    The alt-right is a white nationalist, euro-centric movement. You two are asian mongoloids. What makes you think you belong in this movement?

    You are very confused. This is a Kekist religious board.

  246. @Thorfinnsson
    I was an alcoholic for the better part of a decade. Generally drank until I passed out. Frequently didn't remember things.

    Frequently didn’t remember things.

    So, for all you know, you could be a muff-diving brown sugar connoisseur.

    • Replies: @German_reader
    That sounds like the plot for a Hollywood movie: Horrible white racist learns he has partly black offspring from his sexual antics while drunk, eventually falls in love with the mother of his child (maybe Bliss could play that part), becomes reformed and is a good antiracist at the end of the movie. The Unz forum community disowns him.
  247. @iffen
    Frequently didn’t remember things.

    So, for all you know, you could be a muff-diving brown sugar connoisseur.

    That sounds like the plot for a Hollywood movie: Horrible white racist learns he has partly black offspring from his sexual antics while drunk, eventually falls in love with the mother of his child (maybe Bliss could play that part), becomes reformed and is a good antiracist at the end of the movie. The Unz forum community disowns him.

  248. @Dmitry
    In Russia, for example, there is 95% or more conviction rate. More than 95% of trials, ending with a criminal conviction and then punishment.

    So there's hardly any reason to have trial at all. They could save money, just declaring everyone automatically guilty.

    Moreover, judges are all day punishing people, and putting people in prison, several more times often per day, than ordinary person will brush their teeth.

    To be judge, is a job (like police man, etc), which will attract a lot of authoritarian personality people, whose main pleasure in life is controlling or punishing other people.

    As for America. Consider that America has one of the highest proportions of people in prisons in the world. So it's not like average judge in America is behaviouring "liberally" - except, it seems superficially from the statistics, they must be "liberally" putting people in prison.

    As for America. Consider that America has one of the highest proportions of people in prisons in the world.

    America has blacks. If you have no experience with average blacks you have no idea how impulsive and dumb people can be. As Europe is importing lower IQ, more impulsive, more aggressive races from the south, they’re also finding that their crime rates as massively shooting up. As European demographics change, we are going to see European politics also changing towards tough on crime as the consequences of already deeply unpopular liberal criminal policies will get much, much worse.

    So it’s not like average judge in America is behaviouring “liberally” – except, it seems superficially from the statistics, they must be “liberally” putting people in prison.

    I would much rather have American or even Russian judges than a murderer as a neighbor with the knowledge that he can stab me and not go back to prison but that I can’t fight back because self-defense in this country is basically an aggravating factor. That’s not a hypothetical – a notorious multiple murderer and violent criminal was living across the street from me for years. He didn’t kill anyone during that time he did a lot of very bad stuff like severely beating up a disabled man in a wheelchair and he never got any meaningful prison time.

    I dealt with this in the typical Finnish fashion – we memorize the faces of murderers, rapists, pedophiles and other notorious dangers that are allowed to walk free and avoid them with the knowledge that the state is on their side, not ours. Yeah, we have low incarceration rates and our leaders get praised around the world for it while they travel in armored cars and live behind private security that bypasses our meaningless state authorities.

    By the way, I have met a lot of Russian immigrants or visiting students at the university of Helsinki who came to Finland with ideas about amazing liberal social democracy and its supposed superiority to evil authoritarian Russia. These delusions never survive if they actually learn Finnish and any encounters with criminals or the legal system kill delusions even if they don’t.

    • Replies: @Daniel Chieh

    These delusions never survive if they actually learn Finnish and any encounters with criminals or the legal system kill delusions even if they don’t.
     
    Heh. My understanding is that the Russian immigrants, even children, sort of self-isolate? Finnish being a fairly isolated society in general and Russians being a much more gregarious people.

    I've never found it a very dangerous society, though I had friends who told me that there was a stereotype of people who "get drunk and stab people" and that it wasn't merely a meme.
    , @Dmitry
    Blacks are around 12% of America's population.

    So such high rate of America's population being in prison, cannot really statistically be explained - by just 12% having a higher rate of crime (think about how statistically it could work - how many times would you have to increase rate of this specific 12%, to get this kind of result?).

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fa/Incarceration_rates_worldwide.gif/350px-Incarceration_rates_worldwide.gif


    So, my assumption is that American justice system is very harsh (rather than, that Americans are particularly criminal compared to the world).

  249. @Anatoly Karlin
    Blacks account for more pedophiles too: https://dailystormer.name/myth-whites-are-more-likely-to-be-pedophiles-and-child-molesters/

    (Reprint of a Robert Lindsay blog post, not Daily Stormer itself, for those who care for such things).

    % of total child abusers:

    White 51%
    African American 25%
    Hispanic 15%
    American Indian/Alaska Natives 2%
    Asian/Pacific Islanders 1%

    Even with regards to AP's link, there are two studies mentioned.

    While in the first link whites abuse children as much as their share of the population - I can't open the source link to confirm, but this strikes me as rather unlikely, given the prevalence of Asian grooming gangs - the second link paints a different picture:

    In the overall population of England and Wales 86% of people were white in 2011 (at the last census), 8% of the population was of Asian ethnicity, and 3% was black. ...

    It analysed over 1,200 of these possible offenders and found the vast majority were male. Around 30% were white, 28% Asian and 3% black and 38% were unknown. When CEOP looked only at a group of around 940 offenders that it had better information for it found around 38% were white, 32% were unknown, 36% were Asian and 3% were black.
     
    So, British whites abuse at 40% of their share of the population; blacks abuse in correlation with their population; and Asians abuse at 4.5x their share of the population.

    Moreover, this tallies with Robert Lindsay's American analysis, where blacks molest children at 2x the white rate. As he points out, the only reason that Blacks have a reputation for NOT molesting children is not that they don't do it, but that they are not as ridiculously overrepresented in this particular sphere of criminality.

    lol, haven’t been on Robert Lindsay’s site for ages

  250. @Bliss

    Whites appear to be about as likely to commit this terrible crime as they are a percentage of the general population:
     
    You are being dishonest. The data you link to includes teenagers upto 18. Child porn (and child abuse) involves children. And in this vilest of all crimes whites of european extraction are by far the worst offenders as the mugshots of busted perverts reveal. Even white priests who have willingly made vows of chastity have been busted.

    Any statistics to back this up?

  251. @Anatoly Karlin
    Blacks account for more pedophiles too: https://dailystormer.name/myth-whites-are-more-likely-to-be-pedophiles-and-child-molesters/

    (Reprint of a Robert Lindsay blog post, not Daily Stormer itself, for those who care for such things).

    % of total child abusers:

    White 51%
    African American 25%
    Hispanic 15%
    American Indian/Alaska Natives 2%
    Asian/Pacific Islanders 1%

    Even with regards to AP's link, there are two studies mentioned.

    While in the first link whites abuse children as much as their share of the population - I can't open the source link to confirm, but this strikes me as rather unlikely, given the prevalence of Asian grooming gangs - the second link paints a different picture:

    In the overall population of England and Wales 86% of people were white in 2011 (at the last census), 8% of the population was of Asian ethnicity, and 3% was black. ...

    It analysed over 1,200 of these possible offenders and found the vast majority were male. Around 30% were white, 28% Asian and 3% black and 38% were unknown. When CEOP looked only at a group of around 940 offenders that it had better information for it found around 38% were white, 32% were unknown, 36% were Asian and 3% were black.
     
    So, British whites abuse at 40% of their share of the population; blacks abuse in correlation with their population; and Asians abuse at 4.5x their share of the population.

    Moreover, this tallies with Robert Lindsay's American analysis, where blacks molest children at 2x the white rate. As he points out, the only reason that Blacks have a reputation for NOT molesting children is not that they don't do it, but that they are not as ridiculously overrepresented in this particular sphere of criminality.

    Blacks account for more pedophiles too: https://dailystormer.name/myth-whites-are-more-likely-to-be-pedophiles-and-child-molesters/

    LOL. This explains your estrangement from reality. It appears the Russian troll who is obsessed with America gets his “information” about America from the Daily Stormer. Is someone actually paying you for your output on Unz? Like all white supremacists, white nationalists and alt-righters, the ideology you are trying to promulgate is made far less agreeable by your association with it.

    Here are the facts:

    Pedophile profile: Young, white, wealthy

    Four-year FBI investigation shows that vast majority of online child porn arrests involve people in high places.

    Of the 413 people arrested as part of the agency’s “Innocent Images” investigation since 1995, “only a handful have not been upper-middle-class, educated white men,” said Special Agent Pete Gulotta who serves as the investigation’s chief spokesman. “They’re almost all white males between the ages of 25 and 45.”

    “We’ve had military officers with high clearances, pediatricians, lawyers, school principals, and tech executives,” Gulotta said of those arrested under Innocent Images.

    https://www.zdnet.com/article/pedophile-profile-young-white-wealthy/

    In reality, if a child goes missing in my neighborhood and is later found raped and mutilated, the cops won’t even waste their time with me, as I don’t fit the profile. However, all my white male neighbors will be persons of interest.

    • Agree: Bliss
    • Replies: @iffen
    However, all my white male neighbors will be persons of interest.

    Moved away from those other blacks to a "diverse" neighborhood, did you?
    , @Bliss

    Pedophile profile: Young, white, wealthy

    Four-year FBI investigation shows that vast majority of online child porn arrests involve people in high places.......We’ve had military officers with high clearances, pediatricians, lawyers, school principals, and tech executives,” Gulotta said of those arrested
     
    Wealthy financially but utterly bankrupt morally. I already posted about the satanic Australian Peter Scully who made a living selling videos of himself torturing, raping and even killing filipino children as young as 18 months old to wealthy Europeans and Americans for $10,000 an episode:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/nintchdbpict000269157737.jpg


    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-06-01/australian-man-to-face-child-sex-abuse-charges-in-philippines/6511954
  252. @Okechukwu

    Blacks account for more pedophiles too: https://dailystormer.name/myth-whites-are-more-likely-to-be-pedophiles-and-child-molesters/
     
    LOL. This explains your estrangement from reality. It appears the Russian troll who is obsessed with America gets his "information" about America from the Daily Stormer. Is someone actually paying you for your output on Unz? Like all white supremacists, white nationalists and alt-righters, the ideology you are trying to promulgate is made far less agreeable by your association with it.

    Here are the facts:

    Pedophile profile: Young, white, wealthy

    Four-year FBI investigation shows that vast majority of online child porn arrests involve people in high places.

    Of the 413 people arrested as part of the agency's "Innocent Images" investigation since 1995, "only a handful have not been upper-middle-class, educated white men," said Special Agent Pete Gulotta who serves as the investigation's chief spokesman. "They're almost all white males between the ages of 25 and 45."

    "We've had military officers with high clearances, pediatricians, lawyers, school principals, and tech executives," Gulotta said of those arrested under Innocent Images.

    https://www.zdnet.com/article/pedophile-profile-young-white-wealthy/

    In reality, if a child goes missing in my neighborhood and is later found raped and mutilated, the cops won't even waste their time with me, as I don't fit the profile. However, all my white male neighbors will be persons of interest.

    However, all my white male neighbors will be persons of interest.

    Moved away from those other blacks to a “diverse” neighborhood, did you?

    • Replies: @Talha
    If I was to examine my own internal biases based on just the news and criminal cases I’ve been exposed to over the years, it kind of breaks down this way...at least in the context of the US...

    I hear some guy went stab happy in a commuter train until getting gunned down by cops - I think: Muslim guy.

    I hear some guy beat some old guy to death for $50 on a commuter train and got caught when using it to score crack from an undercover cop - I think: Black guy.

    I hear some guy used to seduce fellow commuters to dine with him at his house and then drug them, strangle them, sodomize their corpse and then sautée their foot for a midnight snack and freeze the rest for later and got caught because the cop who pulled him over for running a red happened to catch a few blood stains near the rear hatch of his car - I think: White guy.

    That’s just me though...

    I’m sure Asian guys commit some crimes or have some niche monopolized, just don’t know what it is.

    Peace.
  253. @iffen
    However, all my white male neighbors will be persons of interest.

    Moved away from those other blacks to a "diverse" neighborhood, did you?

    If I was to examine my own internal biases based on just the news and criminal cases I’ve been exposed to over the years, it kind of breaks down this way…at least in the context of the US…

    I hear some guy went stab happy in a commuter train until getting gunned down by cops – I think: Muslim guy.

    I hear some guy beat some old guy to death for $50 on a commuter train and got caught when using it to score crack from an undercover cop – I think: Black guy.

    I hear some guy used to seduce fellow commuters to dine with him at his house and then drug them, strangle them, sodomize their corpse and then sautée their foot for a midnight snack and freeze the rest for later and got caught because the cop who pulled him over for running a red happened to catch a few blood stains near the rear hatch of his car – I think: White guy.

    That’s just me though…

    I’m sure Asian guys commit some crimes or have some niche monopolized, just don’t know what it is.

    Peace.

    • Replies: @Twinkie

    I’m sure Asian guys commit some crimes or have some niche monopolized, just don’t know what it is.
     
    Gambling and prostitution.
    , @Bliss

    I hear some guy used to seduce fellow commuters to dine with him at his house and then drug them, strangle them, sodomize their corpse and then sautée their foot for a midnight snack and freeze the rest for later and got caught because the cop who pulled him over for running a red happened to catch a few blood stains near the rear hatch of his car – I think: White guy.
     
    A notorious example (german-american):

    https://allthatsinteresting.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/dahmer-mugshot-face.jpg

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeffrey_Dahmer

    Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer (May 21, 1960 – November 28, 1994), also known as the Milwaukee Cannibal or the Milwaukee Monster, was an American serial killer and sex offender, who committed the rape, murder, and dismemberment of 17 men and boys from 1978 to 1991. Many of his later murders involved necrophilia, cannibalism, and the permanent preservation of body parts — typically all or part of the skeleton.


    Example from Europe:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joachim_Kroll

    Joachim Georg Kroll (17 April 1933 – 1 July 1991) was a German serial killer, child molester and cannibal. He was known as the Ruhr Cannibal (Ruhrkannibale), Ruhr Hunter (Ruhrjäger) and the Duisburg Man-Eater (Duisburger Menschenfresser). He was convicted of eight murders but confessed to a total of 14 which he committed in and around the Ruhr metropolitan region.
  254. @Twinkie

    Dude, there are ethnic Russian women, from Russia, being trafficked all over the Middle East and Europe.
     
    This seems to indicate the desirability (high value) of Russian women as sexual partners over, say, sub-Saharan African women more than anything else.

    If your argument is, thus, that African women are some of the least desirable women in the world while Russian women are valued far more, I don't think you will find many opponents here.

    This seems to indicate the desirability (high value) of Russian women as sexual partners over, say, sub-Saharan African women more than anything else.

    You’re not exactly a bright shining example of Asian intelligence. This comports with my real world experiences, as I’ve found many Asians simply too dumb to function.

    Actually, my dimwitted friend, this is easily explained by the fact that African students in Russia are overwhelmingly male. And men tend to have sex wherever they are. These men are in a sea of white women, whereas African females are few and far between.

    The experience of Chinese men in Africa provides further confirmation.

    Interracial Marriages Between Africans and Chinese on the Rise as 1 Million Chinese Live in Africa

    https://nextshark.com/interracial-marriages-africans-chinese-rise-1-million-chinese-live-africa/

    The reverse is happening in China as African men marry Chinese women.

    Afro-Chinese marriages boom in Guangzhou

    https://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1521076/afro-chinese-marriages-boom-guangzhou-will-it-be-til-death

    If your argument is, thus, that African women are some of the least desirable women in the world while Russian women are valued far more, I don’t think you will find many opponents here.

    That’s not my argument at all. Black women are some of the most beautiful women in the world, having natural features that other women undergo dangerous surgical procedures and risk skin cancer to acquire. Increasingly, these features are becoming the standard of beauty in the West. Luckily, my German wife has a nice ass and full lips. Believe it or not, these features are not considered ideal in Germany. German men are into lipless women with flat, bony asses. But they’re acquiring the proper taste in women as the steady onslaught of Americanization takes hold.

    • Troll: Twinkie
    • Replies: @Anatoly Karlin
    I think I may have just netted the premium version of Tiny Duck to my blog.

    Suck it, Steve! ;)
  255. @Jaakko Raipala

    As for America. Consider that America has one of the highest proportions of people in prisons in the world.
     
    America has blacks. If you have no experience with average blacks you have no idea how impulsive and dumb people can be. As Europe is importing lower IQ, more impulsive, more aggressive races from the south, they're also finding that their crime rates as massively shooting up. As European demographics change, we are going to see European politics also changing towards tough on crime as the consequences of already deeply unpopular liberal criminal policies will get much, much worse.

    So it’s not like average judge in America is behaviouring “liberally” – except, it seems superficially from the statistics, they must be “liberally” putting people in prison.
     
    I would much rather have American or even Russian judges than a murderer as a neighbor with the knowledge that he can stab me and not go back to prison but that I can't fight back because self-defense in this country is basically an aggravating factor. That's not a hypothetical - a notorious multiple murderer and violent criminal was living across the street from me for years. He didn't kill anyone during that time he did a lot of very bad stuff like severely beating up a disabled man in a wheelchair and he never got any meaningful prison time.

    I dealt with this in the typical Finnish fashion - we memorize the faces of murderers, rapists, pedophiles and other notorious dangers that are allowed to walk free and avoid them with the knowledge that the state is on their side, not ours. Yeah, we have low incarceration rates and our leaders get praised around the world for it while they travel in armored cars and live behind private security that bypasses our meaningless state authorities.

    By the way, I have met a lot of Russian immigrants or visiting students at the university of Helsinki who came to Finland with ideas about amazing liberal social democracy and its supposed superiority to evil authoritarian Russia. These delusions never survive if they actually learn Finnish and any encounters with criminals or the legal system kill delusions even if they don't.

    These delusions never survive if they actually learn Finnish and any encounters with criminals or the legal system kill delusions even if they don’t.

    Heh. My understanding is that the Russian immigrants, even children, sort of self-isolate? Finnish being a fairly isolated society in general and Russians being a much more gregarious people.

    I’ve never found it a very dangerous society, though I had friends who told me that there was a stereotype of people who “get drunk and stab people” and that it wasn’t merely a meme.

  256. @Bliss
    Wrong, liar.

    The most heinous, and by far the most under-reported, type of rape is the rape of helpless, innocent children. Guess which race is by far the most prone to this unpardonable crime? The same race that is most prone to get off on child porn.

    Google “convicted child porn” any day and almost all the mugshots are of white caucasians. Read the text and you will find the vile criminals were “upstanding” members of their communities: priests, preachers, parents, policemen, teachers, coaches, businessmen etc. Check out today’s google image results for example:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=convicted+child+porn&client=safari&hl=en-us&prmd=niv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwif9Ob2qPDdAhVfFjQIHWKMDZQQ_AUIECgC&biw=1024&bih=627

    In Virginia there is a Megan’s law including a web site where all convicted sexual assaulters are listed. The crimes against children especially are largely by Hispanic people and Blacks. Whites are found but under represented even though they are the majority population. Maybe this state is unique?

    • Replies: @Twinkie

    The crimes against children especially are largely by Hispanic people and Blacks.
     
    My primary residence is in an area that is 3% Hispanic and 1% black. Almost all the registered sex offenders are Hispanic and and the vast majority of those arrested for violent crimes are black. This is an area where the median household income is over $200K a year and median housing price is over $1 million.
  257. @reiner Tor
    Is this site even alt-right? Is there a coherent political program? Is there a set of views excluding Asians from commenting here?

    We have a pretty diverse crew here. There’s at least one Russian Jew, at least one American Jew (I’m unsure where one of the Jewish commenters is from), even occasionally Israelis, etc. Here are you, an African American, and Okechukwu, an actual African (though I guess he also grew up in America), but we have a Muslim, various Europeans, Americans, etc.

    Why would the East Asians disturb us? There’s several of them, not just Twinkie and Daniel Chieh, anyway.

    is this site even alt-right? Is there a coherent political program? Is there a set of views excluding Asians from commenting here?

    The one thing that seems to unite people here is that we’re all dissenters. We’re suspicious of the established political parties. We’re suspicious of the current political order. We fear that civilisation is heading for shipwreck. There’s no reason why such views would be confined to white people. If civilisation hits the iceberg it’s not just white people who are going to drown.

    • Agree: Talha, reiner Tor
    • Replies: @Thorfinnsson
    Aside from the fact we're all dissidents, speaking as someone who is more hardcore alt-right than most here, I have no problem working with other races on common political calls. The European term for alt-right was "identitarian". Asians also have identities which are under threat.

    Working with fundamentally parasitic and dishonest races is very difficult, but on occasion there is common ground there (e.g. hoteps for blacks, Steve Miller Band for the tribe).
  258. @iffen
    What makes you think you belong in this movement?


    Whites need allies too.

    We plan to flip most Asians and a good number of Hispanics.

    I am guessing you are already “allied” to an asian female half your age.

    Or else you make regular trips to Asia to seek such “alliances”.

    Am I right or what?

    • Troll: German_reader
    • Replies: @iffen
    Am I right or what?

    Actually iffen doesn’t suffer from the “Asian women got tight little pussies syndrome.” Must be that 6 months he spent in wide open Okinawa. I prefer those extra wide pelvis Mid-western white girls. Good for all those blessed big-headed babies.
    , @German_reader
    That's exceptionally primitive even by your standards.
    If you're unwilling to interact with other commenters here without resorting to insults, why are you even commenting? Just to annoy us?
  259. @Bliss
    I am guessing you are already “allied” to an asian female half your age.

    Or else you make regular trips to Asia to seek such “alliances”.

    Am I right or what?

    Am I right or what?

    Actually iffen doesn’t suffer from the “Asian women got tight little pussies syndrome.” Must be that 6 months he spent in wide open Okinawa. I prefer those extra wide pelvis Mid-western white girls. Good for all those blessed big-headed babies.

    • Replies: @Bliss

    Actually iffen doesn’t suffer from the “Asian women got tight little pussies syndrome.”
     
    The insinuation in my post must have touched a raw nerve. Its got iffen denying he is iffen. Lol.
  260. @dfordoom

    is this site even alt-right? Is there a coherent political program? Is there a set of views excluding Asians from commenting here?
     
    The one thing that seems to unite people here is that we're all dissenters. We're suspicious of the established political parties. We're suspicious of the current political order. We fear that civilisation is heading for shipwreck. There's no reason why such views would be confined to white people. If civilisation hits the iceberg it's not just white people who are going to drown.

    Aside from the fact we’re all dissidents, speaking as someone who is more hardcore alt-right than most here, I have no problem working with other races on common political calls. The European term for alt-right was “identitarian”. Asians also have identities which are under threat.

    Working with fundamentally parasitic and dishonest races is very difficult, but on occasion there is common ground there (e.g. hoteps for blacks, Steve Miller Band for the tribe).

    • Replies: @dfordoom

    Asians also have identities which are under threat.
     
    Very much so. It's fairly obvious that the globalists have East Asians marked down for cultural destruction. Which makes sense. East Asians have successful very high-functioning societies, like white people used to have, therefore East Asians must be as evil as white people. And successful high-functioning societies cannot be permitted to survive.

    Everyone is either a victim or an oppressor. Since East Asians are clearly not victims, therefore they must be oppressors.
  261. @Bliss
    I am guessing you are already “allied” to an asian female half your age.

    Or else you make regular trips to Asia to seek such “alliances”.

    Am I right or what?

    That’s exceptionally primitive even by your standards.
    If you’re unwilling to interact with other commenters here without resorting to insults, why are you even commenting? Just to annoy us?

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    I am not a fan of using words such as “nigger,” but I can understand why some people do. It can be extremely aggravating to deal with a population that has an average IQ of 80-85. You have to have patience you’d normally reserve for your own toddlers (which is possible because the latter are your own flesh and blood and very cute).

    A couple of months ago I helped an older black man who was having a medical emergency in the middle of a street, and it was not a pleasant experience.
    , @Bliss

    That’s exceptionally primitive
     
    That’s truly obscene coming from the Nazi savage who saw nothing wrong with german soldiers using african POWs as target practice during WWII.

    Methinks I touched another raw nerve here.
  262. @Talha
    If I was to examine my own internal biases based on just the news and criminal cases I’ve been exposed to over the years, it kind of breaks down this way...at least in the context of the US...

    I hear some guy went stab happy in a commuter train until getting gunned down by cops - I think: Muslim guy.

    I hear some guy beat some old guy to death for $50 on a commuter train and got caught when using it to score crack from an undercover cop - I think: Black guy.

    I hear some guy used to seduce fellow commuters to dine with him at his house and then drug them, strangle them, sodomize their corpse and then sautée their foot for a midnight snack and freeze the rest for later and got caught because the cop who pulled him over for running a red happened to catch a few blood stains near the rear hatch of his car - I think: White guy.

    That’s just me though...

    I’m sure Asian guys commit some crimes or have some niche monopolized, just don’t know what it is.

    Peace.

    I’m sure Asian guys commit some crimes or have some niche monopolized, just don’t know what it is.

    Gambling and prostitution.

    • Replies: @Talha
    Yeah, but I’m talking where someone is agressed upon, not consensual stuff (unless you are saying they have a disproportionate share in trafficking women or something)...also, about prostitution...
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PzfbB4dANCY

    Peace.
  263. @Patricus
    In Virginia there is a Megan's law including a web site where all convicted sexual assaulters are listed. The crimes against children especially are largely by Hispanic people and Blacks. Whites are found but under represented even though they are the majority population. Maybe this state is unique?

    The crimes against children especially are largely by Hispanic people and Blacks.

    My primary residence is in an area that is 3% Hispanic and 1% black. Almost all the registered sex offenders are Hispanic and and the vast majority of those arrested for violent crimes are black. This is an area where the median household income is over $200K a year and median housing price is over $1 million.

  264. @Twinkie

    I’m sure Asian guys commit some crimes or have some niche monopolized, just don’t know what it is.
     
    Gambling and prostitution.

    Yeah, but I’m talking where someone is agressed upon, not consensual stuff (unless you are saying they have a disproportionate share in trafficking women or something)…also, about prostitution…

    Peace.

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2015/crime-in-the-u.s.-2015/tables/table-43

    Asians in America are so oppressed by whites that they are arrested for crimes at about 20% of their share of the population (1.2% arrest rate compared to 5-6% of the population). They follow this pattern with almost all the crimes except prostitution and gambling (5.1% and 6.4%, respectively). In the latter, they merely punch their own weight or slightly higher.
  265. @German_reader
    That's exceptionally primitive even by your standards.
    If you're unwilling to interact with other commenters here without resorting to insults, why are you even commenting? Just to annoy us?

    I am not a fan of using words such as “nigger,” but I can understand why some people do. It can be extremely aggravating to deal with a population that has an average IQ of 80-85. You have to have patience you’d normally reserve for your own toddlers (which is possible because the latter are your own flesh and blood and very cute).

    A couple of months ago I helped an older black man who was having a medical emergency in the middle of a street, and it was not a pleasant experience.

    • Replies: @iffen
    but I can understand why some people do. It can be extremely aggravating to deal with


    Can't go along with this.

    A couple of months ago I helped an older black man


    Good for you(us).
    , @AaronB
    Yes, I'm sure people on this site called Okchechwu a n** because they are frustrated at dealing with his low IQ :)

    And that's a lovely thought, Twinks - dealing with people you view as less intelligent than you tempts you to call them nasty racist slurs :) Totally get that, man. Makes sense.

    Another macho "warrior" dude who is threatened by blacks. Quelle surprise.

    My psycho-profile of the alt-right is proven more correct each day.

  266. @Twinkie
    I’m not “alt-right.” I’m more “paleo-right” or traditionalist right. I’m also a civic nationalist. There is a fairly wide spectrum of rightists here and even occasional leftist HBD types. Most here seem to agree, though, that blacks are problematic to put kindly. Certainly many important statistics validate that assessment. Opinions seem to be mixed about East Asians. In any case, East Asians are present in far higher numbers in the HBD sphere than blacks are. Much like in science in general.

    I’m more “paleo-right” or traditionalist right.

    The “traditionalist right” put mongoloids like you in permanent concentration camps aka “reservations”. And passed laws banning your race from entering the United States. You are a fucking self-loathing moron for boasting allegiance to such a “tradition”.

    Btw, there is nothing more uniquely traditional in American culture than a college football rivalry. I just finished watching Texas beat Oklahoma in what will be remembered as one of the great examples of this tradition. Asians were conspicuous by their total absence on the field, and even among the spectators. It was all western european whites and west african blacks on the field.

    I’m also a civic nationalist.

    No you are not. You are a subversive opportunist. Your ridiculous, psychotic racism towards blacks, hispanics, jews etc should raise the red flag for genuine civic nationalists in this racially diverse nation. Blacks and Hispanics constitute 30% of the US military. Racists like you will be seen as potential traitors in WWIII.

    • Replies: @iffen
    Don't you have any other guideposts other than race?
    , @Twinkie

    Btw, there is nothing more uniquely traditional in American culture than a college football rivalry.
     
    Indeed, that’s what the Founding Fathers fought for and established - a football stadium.

    Blacks and Hispanics constitute 30% of the US military.
     
    I’m on record as stating that I’ve fought along side black heroes. However, they are far and few in between in the actual combat arms. They are mostly in non-combatant roles... like women.

    SOCOM is heavily white. There is a decent contingent of white-ish Hispanics. You run into occasional East Asians (e.g. https://navyseals.com/nsw/james-suh/). Blacks are very rare. Most fail the swimming/cold water portion. They are also extremely poor at land navigation and precision shooting as well.
  267. @Talha
    Yeah, but I’m talking where someone is agressed upon, not consensual stuff (unless you are saying they have a disproportionate share in trafficking women or something)...also, about prostitution...
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PzfbB4dANCY

    Peace.

    https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2015/crime-in-the-u.s.-2015/tables/table-43

    Asians in America are so oppressed by whites that they are arrested for crimes at about 20% of their share of the population (1.2% arrest rate compared to 5-6% of the population). They follow this pattern with almost all the crimes except prostitution and gambling (5.1% and 6.4%, respectively). In the latter, they merely punch their own weight or slightly higher.

    • Replies: @Talha
    Which is probably why an Asian never automatically pops in my head when hearing about any crime...except maybe “aggravated assault with nunchucks”.

    Peace.
  268. @Twinkie
    I am not a fan of using words such as “nigger,” but I can understand why some people do. It can be extremely aggravating to deal with a population that has an average IQ of 80-85. You have to have patience you’d normally reserve for your own toddlers (which is possible because the latter are your own flesh and blood and very cute).

    A couple of months ago I helped an older black man who was having a medical emergency in the middle of a street, and it was not a pleasant experience.

    but I can understand why some people do. It can be extremely aggravating to deal with

    Can’t go along with this.

    A couple of months ago I helped an older black man

    Good for you(us).

    • Replies: @Twinkie

    Can’t go along with this.
     
    I personally would not use such a language, for I see no reasons to debase myself to insult another (especially when the latter is doing a fine job of debasing oneself), but even I make exceptions:
    http://www.unz.com/isteve/irish-catholic-guilt/#comment-2558210
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Do2EE45VsAAAJBL.jpg
  269. @Twinkie
    I am not a fan of using words such as “nigger,” but I can understand why some people do. It can be extremely aggravating to deal with a population that has an average IQ of 80-85. You have to have patience you’d normally reserve for your own toddlers (which is possible because the latter are your own flesh and blood and very cute).

    A couple of months ago I helped an older black man who was having a medical emergency in the middle of a street, and it was not a pleasant experience.

    Yes, I’m sure people on this site called Okchechwu a n** because they are frustrated at dealing with his low IQ :)

    And that’s a lovely thought, Twinks – dealing with people you view as less intelligent than you tempts you to call them nasty racist slurs :) Totally get that, man. Makes sense.

    Another macho “warrior” dude who is threatened by blacks. Quelle surprise.

    My psycho-profile of the alt-right is proven more correct each day.

    • Replies: @iffen
    than you tempts you to call them nasty racist slurs

    Back it up pot head or whatever you are. He hasn't done this.
    , @German_reader

    And that’s a lovely thought, Twinks – dealing with people you view as less intelligent than you tempts you to call them nasty racist slurs
     
    Don't play dumb, of course the reaction is primarily due to Okechukwu's aggressive and insulting manner.
  270. @Bliss

    I’m more “paleo-right” or traditionalist right.
     
    The “traditionalist right” put mongoloids like you in permanent concentration camps aka “reservations”. And passed laws banning your race from entering the United States. You are a fucking self-loathing moron for boasting allegiance to such a “tradition”.

    Btw, there is nothing more uniquely traditional in American culture than a college football rivalry. I just finished watching Texas beat Oklahoma in what will be remembered as one of the great examples of this tradition. Asians were conspicuous by their total absence on the field, and even among the spectators. It was all western european whites and west african blacks on the field.

    I’m also a civic nationalist.
     
    No you are not. You are a subversive opportunist. Your ridiculous, psychotic racism towards blacks, hispanics, jews etc should raise the red flag for genuine civic nationalists in this racially diverse nation. Blacks and Hispanics constitute 30% of the US military. Racists like you will be seen as potential traitors in WWIII.

    Don’t you have any other guideposts other than race?

  271. @Thorfinnsson
    Aside from the fact we're all dissidents, speaking as someone who is more hardcore alt-right than most here, I have no problem working with other races on common political calls. The European term for alt-right was "identitarian". Asians also have identities which are under threat.

    Working with fundamentally parasitic and dishonest races is very difficult, but on occasion there is common ground there (e.g. hoteps for blacks, Steve Miller Band for the tribe).

    Asians also have identities which are under threat.

    Very much so. It’s fairly obvious that the globalists have East Asians marked down for cultural destruction. Which makes sense. East Asians have successful very high-functioning societies, like white people used to have, therefore East Asians must be as evil as white people. And successful high-functioning societies cannot be permitted to survive.

    Everyone is either a victim or an oppressor. Since East Asians are clearly not victims, therefore they must be oppressors.

  272. @AaronB
    Yes, I'm sure people on this site called Okchechwu a n** because they are frustrated at dealing with his low IQ :)

    And that's a lovely thought, Twinks - dealing with people you view as less intelligent than you tempts you to call them nasty racist slurs :) Totally get that, man. Makes sense.

    Another macho "warrior" dude who is threatened by blacks. Quelle surprise.

    My psycho-profile of the alt-right is proven more correct each day.

    than you tempts you to call them nasty racist slurs

    Back it up pot head or whatever you are. He hasn’t done this.

    • Replies: @AaronB
    LSD, iff. Get your drugs right.

    Or maybe it is pot, I can't be sure - you'll have to ask Daniel C what drugs the alt-right is most terrified of :)
  273. @AaronB
    Yes, I'm sure people on this site called Okchechwu a n** because they are frustrated at dealing with his low IQ :)

    And that's a lovely thought, Twinks - dealing with people you view as less intelligent than you tempts you to call them nasty racist slurs :) Totally get that, man. Makes sense.

    Another macho "warrior" dude who is threatened by blacks. Quelle surprise.

    My psycho-profile of the alt-right is proven more correct each day.

    And that’s a lovely thought, Twinks – dealing with people you view as less intelligent than you tempts you to call them nasty racist slurs

    Don’t play dumb, of course the reaction is primarily due to Okechukwu’s aggressive and insulting manner.

    • Replies: @AaronB
    I don't think you can say Okchechwu "started it".

    But anyways, I just thought it was a really funny comment, unintentionally revealing if you combine it with his casual remarks about how expensive his neighborhood is lol.

    If I was thinking of justifying the use of racist slurs, I don't think "its frustrating to deal with people who are stupider than moi" would be at the top of my list. That's like something Thor would troll us with.

    Lol, I deal with quite stupid people all the time and I've never felt the "temptation" to hurl racist slurs at them :)

    As you know, one of my hobbies is making psychological profiles of people - I find it fun. I don't really mind Twinks, I'm sure he's a cool dude. But he's funny if you view him from the right perspective.

  274. @Bliss

    I’m more “paleo-right” or traditionalist right.
     
    The “traditionalist right” put mongoloids like you in permanent concentration camps aka “reservations”. And passed laws banning your race from entering the United States. You are a fucking self-loathing moron for boasting allegiance to such a “tradition”.

    Btw, there is nothing more uniquely traditional in American culture than a college football rivalry. I just finished watching Texas beat Oklahoma in what will be remembered as one of the great examples of this tradition. Asians were conspicuous by their total absence on the field, and even among the spectators. It was all western european whites and west african blacks on the field.

    I’m also a civic nationalist.
     
    No you are not. You are a subversive opportunist. Your ridiculous, psychotic racism towards blacks, hispanics, jews etc should raise the red flag for genuine civic nationalists in this racially diverse nation. Blacks and Hispanics constitute 30% of the US military. Racists like you will be seen as potential traitors in WWIII.

    Btw, there is nothing more uniquely traditional in American culture than a college football rivalry.

    Indeed, that’s what the Founding Fathers fought for and established – a football stadium.

    Blacks and Hispanics constitute 30% of the US military.

    I’m on record as stating that I’ve fought along side black heroes. However, they are far and few in between in the actual combat arms. They are mostly in non-combatant roles… like women.

    SOCOM is heavily white. There is a decent contingent of white-ish Hispanics. You run into occasional East Asians (e.g. https://navyseals.com/nsw/james-suh/). Blacks are very rare. Most fail the swimming/cold water portion. They are also extremely poor at land navigation and precision shooting as well.

  275. @Jaakko Raipala

    As for America. Consider that America has one of the highest proportions of people in prisons in the world.
     
    America has blacks. If you have no experience with average blacks you have no idea how impulsive and dumb people can be. As Europe is importing lower IQ, more impulsive, more aggressive races from the south, they're also finding that their crime rates as massively shooting up. As European demographics change, we are going to see European politics also changing towards tough on crime as the consequences of already deeply unpopular liberal criminal policies will get much, much worse.

    So it’s not like average judge in America is behaviouring “liberally” – except, it seems superficially from the statistics, they must be “liberally” putting people in prison.
     
    I would much rather have American or even Russian judges than a murderer as a neighbor with the knowledge that he can stab me and not go back to prison but that I can't fight back because self-defense in this country is basically an aggravating factor. That's not a hypothetical - a notorious multiple murderer and violent criminal was living across the street from me for years. He didn't kill anyone during that time he did a lot of very bad stuff like severely beating up a disabled man in a wheelchair and he never got any meaningful prison time.

    I dealt with this in the typical Finnish fashion - we memorize the faces of murderers, rapists, pedophiles and other notorious dangers that are allowed to walk free and avoid them with the knowledge that the state is on their side, not ours. Yeah, we have low incarceration rates and our leaders get praised around the world for it while they travel in armored cars and live behind private security that bypasses our meaningless state authorities.

    By the way, I have met a lot of Russian immigrants or visiting students at the university of Helsinki who came to Finland with ideas about amazing liberal social democracy and its supposed superiority to evil authoritarian Russia. These delusions never survive if they actually learn Finnish and any encounters with criminals or the legal system kill delusions even if they don't.

    Blacks are around 12% of America’s population.

    So such high rate of America’s population being in prison, cannot really statistically be explained – by just 12% having a higher rate of crime (think about how statistically it could work – how many times would you have to increase rate of this specific 12%, to get this kind of result?).

    So, my assumption is that American justice system is very harsh (rather than, that Americans are particularly criminal compared to the world).

    • Replies: @Twinkie

    Blacks are around 12% of America’s population.

    So such high rate of America’s prison population, cannot be explained by just 12% having a higher rate of crime.
     
    Our whites ARE more violent than Western European whites. It’s likely a combination of (genetic) selection and environment. Pioneering doesn’t attract gentle souls.

    I would also posit that if you replaced 12% of Japanese with blacks in Japan, not only would the overall crime rate skyrocket there thanks to the blacks, the number of crimes committed by non-blacks would also rise.

    Finally, don’t forget that young males are overwhelmingly represented in violent crime. So you have to age-norm between Western Europe and America (which is, I believe, is the main thrust of Mr. Unz argument regarding Hispanic criminality in America - that it’s similar to or only somewhat higher rate than the white rate after age- and sex-norming).
    , @Anatoly Karlin
    Also frankly many European countries are "under-imprisoned", as Jaakko Raipala points out.

    This translates into lower property crime in the United States, making it a more pleasant place to live in (on that metric) than in many European countries - despite its "challenging" demographics.
  276. @iffen
    but I can understand why some people do. It can be extremely aggravating to deal with


    Can't go along with this.

    A couple of months ago I helped an older black man


    Good for you(us).

    Can’t go along with this.

    I personally would not use such a language, for I see no reasons to debase myself to insult another (especially when the latter is doing a fine job of debasing oneself), but even I make exceptions:
    http://www.unz.com/isteve/irish-catholic-guilt/#comment-2558210

  277. @German_reader

    And that’s a lovely thought, Twinks – dealing with people you view as less intelligent than you tempts you to call them nasty racist slurs
     
    Don't play dumb, of course the reaction is primarily due to Okechukwu's aggressive and insulting manner.

    I don’t think you can say Okchechwu “started it”.

    But anyways, I just thought it was a really funny comment, unintentionally revealing if you combine it with his casual remarks about how expensive his neighborhood is lol.

    If I was thinking of justifying the use of racist slurs, I don’t think “its frustrating to deal with people who are stupider than moi” would be at the top of my list. That’s like something Thor would troll us with.

    Lol, I deal with quite stupid people all the time and I’ve never felt the “temptation” to hurl racist slurs at them :)

    As you know, one of my hobbies is making psychological profiles of people – I find it fun. I don’t really mind Twinks, I’m sure he’s a cool dude. But he’s funny if you view him from the right perspective.

    • Replies: @Twinkie

    Lol, I deal with quite stupid people all the time and I’ve never felt the “temptation” to hurl racist slurs at them :)
     
    That depends. Some stupid people are cute or lovable. Some even have wisdom while lacking intelligence.

    Stupid and belligerent people, on the other hand, are quite unpleasant.

    As you know, one of my hobbies is making psychological profiles of people
     
    I usually find that people who practice anonymous armchair psychiatry and remote Internet diagnosis suffer from Dunning-Kruger effect and are annoying as heck to boot.
    , @German_reader

    Lol, I deal with quite stupid people all the time and I’ve never felt the “temptation” to hurl racist slurs at them
     
    The problem is the aggression, not just the stupidity (even though both Bliss and Okechukwu have written some really stupid things, like in that thread about ancient Egypt). Ok, on some level I understand Bliss and Okechukwu are angry about the frequently negative opinions stated about blacks here. But their comments consist largely of insults, both against individuals and against groups (just look at Okechukwu's comments here where he calls Russia a "shithole" and Russian women prostitutes...it's a sign of Karlin's tolerance he didn't ban him for that). If you despise most of the regular commenters here anyway, what's the point of such lengthy diatribes? I don't get it.
    , @AP
    Even some black people have this temptation, as this classic clip shows:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3PJF0YE-x4
    , @reiner Tor

    I don’t think you can say Okchechwu “started it”.
     
    In one of his first comments here at this blog he claimed that Karlin lived in the USA and would never set his foot in the shithole that is Russia. He claimed without much evidence that Karlin was lying when he said he had already moved to Russia.

    Later he changed his opinion and started claiming that Karlin was really just a Russian troll who had never set foot on US soil. He failed to even acknowledge the contradiction between his two claims.

    He was pretty aggressive and came through as an asshole throughout.

    Anyway, I guess that explains Karlin’s slurs. As to Thorfinnsson, well, he’s Thorfinnsson.
    , @Daniel Chieh

    As you know, one of my hobbies is making psychological profiles of people
     
    Time to up your game.
  278. @iffen
    than you tempts you to call them nasty racist slurs

    Back it up pot head or whatever you are. He hasn't done this.

    LSD, iff. Get your drugs right.

    Or maybe it is pot, I can’t be sure – you’ll have to ask Daniel C what drugs the alt-right is most terrified of :)

  279. @Twinkie
    https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2015/crime-in-the-u.s.-2015/tables/table-43

    Asians in America are so oppressed by whites that they are arrested for crimes at about 20% of their share of the population (1.2% arrest rate compared to 5-6% of the population). They follow this pattern with almost all the crimes except prostitution and gambling (5.1% and 6.4%, respectively). In the latter, they merely punch their own weight or slightly higher.

    Which is probably why an Asian never automatically pops in my head when hearing about any crime…except maybe “aggravated assault with nunchucks”.

    Peace.

    • LOL: iffen
  280. @Dmitry
    Blacks are around 12% of America's population.

    So such high rate of America's population being in prison, cannot really statistically be explained - by just 12% having a higher rate of crime (think about how statistically it could work - how many times would you have to increase rate of this specific 12%, to get this kind of result?).

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fa/Incarceration_rates_worldwide.gif/350px-Incarceration_rates_worldwide.gif


    So, my assumption is that American justice system is very harsh (rather than, that Americans are particularly criminal compared to the world).

    Blacks are around 12% of America’s population.

    So such high rate of America’s prison population, cannot be explained by just 12% having a higher rate of crime.

    Our whites ARE more violent than Western European whites. It’s likely a combination of (genetic) selection and environment. Pioneering doesn’t attract gentle souls.

    I would also posit that if you replaced 12% of Japanese with blacks in Japan, not only would the overall crime rate skyrocket there thanks to the blacks, the number of crimes committed by non-blacks would also rise.

    Finally, don’t forget that young males are overwhelmingly represented in violent crime. So you have to age-norm between Western Europe and America (which is, I believe, is the main thrust of Mr. Unz argument regarding Hispanic criminality in America – that it’s similar to or only somewhat higher rate than the white rate after age- and sex-norming).

    • Replies: @Dmitry
    In Japan, they have an problem with high crime from Brazilian segment of the population (Brazilians who repatriated to Japan in the 1990s).

    But statistically, even if a group has multiple times higher crime rate than the rest of a country - if they are only 12% of a population, the effect on country average will be highly moderated.

    In America and Russia, also statistically, would find that prison population is a lot higher than should be expected from the crime rate (which is not so high by world averages). It can only be sign of a particularly harsh (by world standards) legal systems.
  281. @AaronB
    I don't think you can say Okchechwu "started it".

    But anyways, I just thought it was a really funny comment, unintentionally revealing if you combine it with his casual remarks about how expensive his neighborhood is lol.

    If I was thinking of justifying the use of racist slurs, I don't think "its frustrating to deal with people who are stupider than moi" would be at the top of my list. That's like something Thor would troll us with.

    Lol, I deal with quite stupid people all the time and I've never felt the "temptation" to hurl racist slurs at them :)

    As you know, one of my hobbies is making psychological profiles of people - I find it fun. I don't really mind Twinks, I'm sure he's a cool dude. But he's funny if you view him from the right perspective.

    Lol, I deal with quite stupid people all the time and I’ve never felt the “temptation” to hurl racist slurs at them :)

    That depends. Some stupid people are cute or lovable. Some even have wisdom while lacking intelligence.

    Stupid and belligerent people, on the other hand, are quite unpleasant.

    As you know, one of my hobbies is making psychological profiles of people

    I usually find that people who practice anonymous armchair psychiatry and remote Internet diagnosis suffer from Dunning-Kruger effect and are annoying as heck to boot.

    • Replies: @AaronB
    Ok, but you didn't make distinctions. You just said dealing with stupid people is so frustrating that you can understand the temptation to call them racist names. Which is weird. But also funny :)

    You're not into armchair psychology? Dude, its really fun! I'm told you can even do it while suffering from Dunning-Kruger, a debilitating condition that leaves its victims with few outlets for recreation.
  282. @iffen
    Am I right or what?

    Actually iffen doesn’t suffer from the “Asian women got tight little pussies syndrome.” Must be that 6 months he spent in wide open Okinawa. I prefer those extra wide pelvis Mid-western white girls. Good for all those blessed big-headed babies.

    Actually iffen doesn’t suffer from the “Asian women got tight little pussies syndrome.”

    The insinuation in my post must have touched a raw nerve. Its got iffen denying he is iffen. Lol.

  283. @AaronB
    I don't think you can say Okchechwu "started it".

    But anyways, I just thought it was a really funny comment, unintention