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Majority of French Siloviks Support Front National

An absolute majority – 51.5% – of French policemen and soldiers planned to vote for the Front National in the recent regional elections, according to a poll by CEVIPOF. This is far more impressive than the oft quoted 20% of Greek policemen who support Golden Dawn (though to be sure Golden Dawn is far more hardcore than FN).

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At the opposite end of the spectrum, less than 10% of schoolteachers and postdocs – a proxy for the Cathedral, one might say – supported the Front National.

As I pointed out in my post on the recent regional election s, though, the priests aren’t that successful at converting their flock; FN support is highest amongst the youngest age groups.

Reminder that the last of the three major Estates, the merchants/bourgeoisie – agriculturalists, artisans, business owners – are exactly in between at 35%.

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This brings to mind Westerosi KGB head Varys’ riddle to Tyrion in ASoIaF:

“In a room sit three great men, a king, a priest, and a rich man with his gold. Between them stands a sellsword, a little man of common birth and no great mind. Each of the great ones bids him slay the other two. ‘Do it,’ says the king, ‘for I am your lawful ruler.’ ‘Do it,’ says the priest, ‘for I command you in the names of the gods.’ ‘Do it,’ says the rich man, ‘and all this gold shall be yours.’ So tell me – who lives and who dies?”

It will be fascinating to see who the French commonfolk choose to follow in the years ahead.

 
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  1. Mr. Karlin, do you know that like American police, French police officers also receive training from Israeli military “experts” in France and Israel?

    Furthermore, National Front is more close to Israel’s fascist ruling Likud party when it comes to racism and hatred of Muslims.

    Last year, Le Pen, leader of National Front, kicked her father and founder of NF party for denying the Zionist interpretation of Jewish Holocaust. She has a Jewish boyfriend and five Zionist Jews among her top advisers and shadow cabinet.

    From its President, and the government he formed, to the mainstream opposition, France political system is nothing less than the armed wing of the Americano-Zionist interests.

    http://rehmat1.com/2012/01/27/france-old-zionist-hatred-never-dies/

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    • Replies: @Mitleser
    Good for France.
    , @Irving
    You could also mention the fact that Marion Maréchal-Le Pen's father admitted to being a former spy of the Mossad, though I don't if he is Jewish. Given that they were estranged might make his background less relevant to her, but its still worth noting none the less:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3356859/Beauty-beasts.html

    "She didn’t meet her natural father David Auque, who died last year, until she was 13. He was a journalist and diplomat — and earlier this year was also revealed to have been an agent for the Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad."
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  2. This is very heartening news.

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    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    It is. It also makes it perhaps less likely that they'd dare doing widespread election fraud.
  3. @Cobbett
    This is very heartening news.

    It is. It also makes it perhaps less likely that they’d dare doing widespread election fraud.

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  4. I made this off-topic post yesterday in another thread but it fits here:

    Apparently a new survey of 25,000 people done in France just before their recent regional elections showed more than half (51.5%) of their police and military vote Front National and, when retired or inactive personnel are excluded, the number of FN supporters in the police and military goes up to 7 out of 10.

    A TV editorialist named Claude Askolovitch had a little bit of a freak-out about it on a Paris channel: “When the defenders of the Republic vote Front National”. Amongst other things, he compared the current support for the FN amongst the police & military to the mood in France during the Algerian War, when the generals mutinied twice against the leftist civil authorities.

    The top rated reader’s comment at a big FN friendly website commented on Askolovitch’s editorial by saying:

    I’m in the military and I in no way defend the Republic but rather FRANCE!!! Stop mixing up the 2. The Republic is just a political system.

    http://www.fdesouche.com/688379-plus-de-la-moitie-des-policiers-et-militaires-voterait-pour-le-front-national

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    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
    I should have said the generals mutinied successfully once against a leftist government and once unsuccessfully against de Gaulle. The first mutiny in 1958 brought de Gaulle to power and brought down the Fourth Republic; however the putsch in '61 against de Gaulle did not.
  5. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    So, Western civilization will be saved by a military/police coup acting together with skinheads. That sounds encouraging!

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    • Replies: @dbreen
    Why don't you keep licking the boots of the bankers and the media until they change their mind.
    Won't have to talk with those icky "skinheads".
    , @Cagey Beast
    Hey, it was the Socialist Prime Minister of France who was on the radio screeching about the danger of civil war if the FN did well in the regionals. Gilbert Collard spoke for the FN when he said the Socialists had made the same accusation against General de Gaulle in his time. Collard said of the Prime Minister: "I'll tell you frankly, we don't care and I think the voters won't be duped by these little hysterical gestures of Manuel Valls".

    By the way, Gilbert Collard is not a skinhead, he has a very nice head of hair that you can see at YouTube in a video clip of him saying what I quoted above. It's called "Gilbert Collard répond à Manuel Valls sur la guerre civile: "On s'en fout" ".
    , @5371
    Who knew there were so many skinheads? ))
    Seriously, capture by the liberal institutions would be a big problem if the FN did get elected. We can see how they operate together with the global media as instruments of foreign control in Hungary and Poland. Military and police loyalty would be one prerequisite for tackling that problem. Only then could the radical measures that are necessary be taken.
    , @A M
    I think a lot of people would rather that than a Communist coup acting together with jihadists, currently in effect.
  6. @Anonymous
    So, Western civilization will be saved by a military/police coup acting together with skinheads. That sounds encouraging!

    Why don’t you keep licking the boots of the bankers and the media until they change their mind.
    Won’t have to talk with those icky “skinheads”.

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    • Replies: @Stephen R. Diamond
    Forget the skinheads; but cops are the bosses' thugs, not workers.
  7. @Cagey Beast
    I made this off-topic post yesterday in another thread but it fits here:

    Apparently a new survey of 25,000 people done in France just before their recent regional elections showed more than half (51.5%) of their police and military vote Front National and, when retired or inactive personnel are excluded, the number of FN supporters in the police and military goes up to 7 out of 10.


    A TV editorialist named Claude Askolovitch had a little bit of a freak-out about it on a Paris channel: “When the defenders of the Republic vote Front National”. Amongst other things, he compared the current support for the FN amongst the police & military to the mood in France during the Algerian War, when the generals mutinied twice against the leftist civil authorities.

    The top rated reader’s comment at a big FN friendly website commented on Askolovitch’s editorial by saying:

    I’m in the military and I in no way defend the Republic but rather FRANCE!!! Stop mixing up the 2. The Republic is just a political system.
     
    http://www.fdesouche.com/688379-plus-de-la-moitie-des-policiers-et-militaires-voterait-pour-le-front-national
     

    I should have said the generals mutinied successfully once against a leftist government and once unsuccessfully against de Gaulle. The first mutiny in 1958 brought de Gaulle to power and brought down the Fourth Republic; however the putsch in ’61 against de Gaulle did not.

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  8. @Anonymous
    So, Western civilization will be saved by a military/police coup acting together with skinheads. That sounds encouraging!

    Hey, it was the Socialist Prime Minister of France who was on the radio screeching about the danger of civil war if the FN did well in the regionals. Gilbert Collard spoke for the FN when he said the Socialists had made the same accusation against General de Gaulle in his time. Collard said of the Prime Minister: “I’ll tell you frankly, we don’t care and I think the voters won’t be duped by these little hysterical gestures of Manuel Valls”.

    By the way, Gilbert Collard is not a skinhead, he has a very nice head of hair that you can see at YouTube in a video clip of him saying what I quoted above. It’s called “Gilbert Collard répond à Manuel Valls sur la guerre civile: “On s’en fout” “.

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  9. @Anonymous
    So, Western civilization will be saved by a military/police coup acting together with skinheads. That sounds encouraging!

    Who knew there were so many skinheads? ))
    Seriously, capture by the liberal institutions would be a big problem if the FN did get elected. We can see how they operate together with the global media as instruments of foreign control in Hungary and Poland. Military and police loyalty would be one prerequisite for tackling that problem. Only then could the radical measures that are necessary be taken.

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    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    You're quite correct. I don't think it's important because there'll be a deus ex machina of a military coup, but because it reduces the possibility of electoral fraud, increases the possibility of the government toppling in case of fraud (like Milosevic), and increases the chances of a new government.

    The big problem are the courts.
  10. That’s encouraging…wasn’t there recently also some news about a study that “extreme” right-wing views are common in the Czech military? If things continue to deteriorate, there might perhaps be some chance sections of the military and the security services will eventually make an attempt at rectifying the situation.

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    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    It would be encouraging to find that AfD had a majority among German police and the military, but we're not there yet.
  11. @German_reader
    That's encouraging...wasn't there recently also some news about a study that "extreme" right-wing views are common in the Czech military? If things continue to deteriorate, there might perhaps be some chance sections of the military and the security services will eventually make an attempt at rectifying the situation.

    It would be encouraging to find that AfD had a majority among German police and the military, but we’re not there yet.

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    • Replies: @German_reader
    Yes, the situation in Germany looks indeed pretty bad. As far as I know though, there are many East Germans and people from the former USSR in the Bundeswehr (both groups were over-represented among those killed in Afghanistan), groups which aren't exactly known for being pc weaklings of the kind common in German society as a whole. So there might be some grounds for hope.
  12. @5371
    Who knew there were so many skinheads? ))
    Seriously, capture by the liberal institutions would be a big problem if the FN did get elected. We can see how they operate together with the global media as instruments of foreign control in Hungary and Poland. Military and police loyalty would be one prerequisite for tackling that problem. Only then could the radical measures that are necessary be taken.

    You’re quite correct. I don’t think it’s important because there’ll be a deus ex machina of a military coup, but because it reduces the possibility of electoral fraud, increases the possibility of the government toppling in case of fraud (like Milosevic), and increases the chances of a new government.

    The big problem are the courts.

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  13. @reiner Tor
    It would be encouraging to find that AfD had a majority among German police and the military, but we're not there yet.

    Yes, the situation in Germany looks indeed pretty bad. As far as I know though, there are many East Germans and people from the former USSR in the Bundeswehr (both groups were over-represented among those killed in Afghanistan), groups which aren’t exactly known for being pc weaklings of the kind common in German society as a whole. So there might be some grounds for hope.

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    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    I would guess that people working at law enforcement hate situations when they are given restrictive orders not to harm obviously criminal people. I mean, why would anarchists flock to serve in the police? This makes it highly likely that police officers are usually law and order types, in Germany just as elsewhere. And if it is so (and why wouldn't it), then they must really hate this "refugee" situation, as well as the "refugees" themselves, and probably the politicians (including Merkel) who brought this about.

    With the military it's a bit different dynamic. They tend to be patriotic, which probably makes them on average both more hostile to mass immigration and more sensitive to stories like the Cologne New Year's Eve mass rape, but they have probably less personal experience with them. Still I think a lot of them (more of them than in the general population, but perhaps not an outright majority) must hate both the refugees and the politicians who let them in.

    AfD is currently measured at 8-10%, but I think that must be higher with both the police and the military.

    Was AfD correctly measured before the last elections? Such parties can have voters who don't reveal their preferences to pollsters.
    , @Kevin O'Keeffe
    You may know more about this than I, but my understanding is that there may be some serious movement towards Bavaria and Saxony seceding from the Federal Republic.
  14. @Rehmat
    Mr. Karlin, do you know that like American police, French police officers also receive training from Israeli military "experts" in France and Israel?

    Furthermore, National Front is more close to Israel's fascist ruling Likud party when it comes to racism and hatred of Muslims.

    Last year, Le Pen, leader of National Front, kicked her father and founder of NF party for denying the Zionist interpretation of Jewish Holocaust. She has a Jewish boyfriend and five Zionist Jews among her top advisers and shadow cabinet.

    From its President, and the government he formed, to the mainstream opposition, France political system is nothing less than the armed wing of the Americano-Zionist interests.

    http://rehmat1.com/2012/01/27/france-old-zionist-hatred-never-dies/

    Good for France.

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    • Replies: @SFG
    What, you think they'll let the NF win and France will actually start to recover?

    I've heard stranger. How's AfD doing?
  15. ‘Do it,’ says the rich man, ‘and all this gold shall be yours.’

    According to Thilo Sarrazin, French banks are kept afloat by German money. The German’s would not keep France afloat for one minute after they voted for an FN government. Soldiers and police have a safe job with a pension.

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    • Replies: @reiner Tor
    You don't know much how the ECB works, do you?

    In any event, the FN has I think already flirted with leaving the Eurozone. And don't forget that oppressive regimes could provide enough funds to their police forces so as to ensure their loyalty even amid economic collapse.

    And here the question is not to use the police or military to oppress the population, but to ensure their loyalty.
  16. @Anonymous
    So, Western civilization will be saved by a military/police coup acting together with skinheads. That sounds encouraging!

    I think a lot of people would rather that than a Communist coup acting together with jihadists, currently in effect.

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  17. @German_reader
    Yes, the situation in Germany looks indeed pretty bad. As far as I know though, there are many East Germans and people from the former USSR in the Bundeswehr (both groups were over-represented among those killed in Afghanistan), groups which aren't exactly known for being pc weaklings of the kind common in German society as a whole. So there might be some grounds for hope.

    I would guess that people working at law enforcement hate situations when they are given restrictive orders not to harm obviously criminal people. I mean, why would anarchists flock to serve in the police? This makes it highly likely that police officers are usually law and order types, in Germany just as elsewhere. And if it is so (and why wouldn’t it), then they must really hate this “refugee” situation, as well as the “refugees” themselves, and probably the politicians (including Merkel) who brought this about.

    With the military it’s a bit different dynamic. They tend to be patriotic, which probably makes them on average both more hostile to mass immigration and more sensitive to stories like the Cologne New Year’s Eve mass rape, but they have probably less personal experience with them. Still I think a lot of them (more of them than in the general population, but perhaps not an outright majority) must hate both the refugees and the politicians who let them in.

    AfD is currently measured at 8-10%, but I think that must be higher with both the police and the military.

    Was AfD correctly measured before the last elections? Such parties can have voters who don’t reveal their preferences to pollsters.

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    • Replies: @reiner Tor

    Was AfD correctly measured before the last elections? Such parties can have voters who don’t reveal their preferences to pollsters.
     
    Actually I think AfD at the time was more of an anti-Euro party, and less an anti-immigrant party. So they probably had no hiding voters. But it's irrelevant for the present situation.
  18. @Sean

    ‘Do it,’ says the rich man, ‘and all this gold shall be yours.’
     
    According to Thilo Sarrazin, French banks are kept afloat by German money. The German's would not keep France afloat for one minute after they voted for an FN government. Soldiers and police have a safe job with a pension.

    You don’t know much how the ECB works, do you?

    In any event, the FN has I think already flirted with leaving the Eurozone. And don’t forget that oppressive regimes could provide enough funds to their police forces so as to ensure their loyalty even amid economic collapse.

    And here the question is not to use the police or military to oppress the population, but to ensure their loyalty.

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    • Replies: @Sean
    I know that once the idea of French sovereign debt was de emphasised a number of French banks made bad loans to Italy. Sarazzin has said it is French banks who are the beneficiaries of all this money from German taxpayers.

    It is the Germans who will have to tire of all this, and the Euro is taxpayer funded export promotion program for German business. Taxpayers will be threatened with war if they begin to doubt, Merkel said in 2011 that euro meltdown could endanger peace. French bankers and German business have resources the masses in both countries lack.

  19. @reiner Tor
    I would guess that people working at law enforcement hate situations when they are given restrictive orders not to harm obviously criminal people. I mean, why would anarchists flock to serve in the police? This makes it highly likely that police officers are usually law and order types, in Germany just as elsewhere. And if it is so (and why wouldn't it), then they must really hate this "refugee" situation, as well as the "refugees" themselves, and probably the politicians (including Merkel) who brought this about.

    With the military it's a bit different dynamic. They tend to be patriotic, which probably makes them on average both more hostile to mass immigration and more sensitive to stories like the Cologne New Year's Eve mass rape, but they have probably less personal experience with them. Still I think a lot of them (more of them than in the general population, but perhaps not an outright majority) must hate both the refugees and the politicians who let them in.

    AfD is currently measured at 8-10%, but I think that must be higher with both the police and the military.

    Was AfD correctly measured before the last elections? Such parties can have voters who don't reveal their preferences to pollsters.

    Was AfD correctly measured before the last elections? Such parties can have voters who don’t reveal their preferences to pollsters.

    Actually I think AfD at the time was more of an anti-Euro party, and less an anti-immigrant party. So they probably had no hiding voters. But it’s irrelevant for the present situation.

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  20. @reiner Tor
    You don't know much how the ECB works, do you?

    In any event, the FN has I think already flirted with leaving the Eurozone. And don't forget that oppressive regimes could provide enough funds to their police forces so as to ensure their loyalty even amid economic collapse.

    And here the question is not to use the police or military to oppress the population, but to ensure their loyalty.

    I know that once the idea of French sovereign debt was de emphasised a number of French banks made bad loans to Italy. Sarazzin has said it is French banks who are the beneficiaries of all this money from German taxpayers.

    It is the Germans who will have to tire of all this, and the Euro is taxpayer funded export promotion program for German business. Taxpayers will be threatened with war if they begin to doubt, Merkel said in 2011 that euro meltdown could endanger peace. French bankers and German business have resources the masses in both countries lack.

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  21. @dbreen
    Why don't you keep licking the boots of the bankers and the media until they change their mind.
    Won't have to talk with those icky "skinheads".

    Forget the skinheads; but cops are the bosses’ thugs, not workers.

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  22. @Rehmat
    Mr. Karlin, do you know that like American police, French police officers also receive training from Israeli military "experts" in France and Israel?

    Furthermore, National Front is more close to Israel's fascist ruling Likud party when it comes to racism and hatred of Muslims.

    Last year, Le Pen, leader of National Front, kicked her father and founder of NF party for denying the Zionist interpretation of Jewish Holocaust. She has a Jewish boyfriend and five Zionist Jews among her top advisers and shadow cabinet.

    From its President, and the government he formed, to the mainstream opposition, France political system is nothing less than the armed wing of the Americano-Zionist interests.

    http://rehmat1.com/2012/01/27/france-old-zionist-hatred-never-dies/

    You could also mention the fact that Marion Maréchal-Le Pen’s father admitted to being a former spy of the Mossad, though I don’t if he is Jewish. Given that they were estranged might make his background less relevant to her, but its still worth noting none the less:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3356859/Beauty-beasts.html

    “She didn’t meet her natural father David Auque, who died last year, until she was 13. He was a journalist and diplomat — and earlier this year was also revealed to have been an agent for the Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad.”

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  23. @German_reader
    Yes, the situation in Germany looks indeed pretty bad. As far as I know though, there are many East Germans and people from the former USSR in the Bundeswehr (both groups were over-represented among those killed in Afghanistan), groups which aren't exactly known for being pc weaklings of the kind common in German society as a whole. So there might be some grounds for hope.

    You may know more about this than I, but my understanding is that there may be some serious movement towards Bavaria and Saxony seceding from the Federal Republic.

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    • Replies: @Mitleser
    No, there isn't.
    I am currently in Saxony.
    , @German_reader
    Haven't heard about that and don't think anything like that will ever be viable.
    The Bavarian Christian Democrats (who are a separate party, confined to Bavaria) make a lot of noise, but can't even bring themselves to end their alliance with the CDU (Merkel's party, the Christian Democrats in the rest of Germany)...they're pretty pathetic.
    Saxony's Christian Democrats are comparatively conservative and somewhat critical of Merkel's policy, but this also doesn't amount to much and is barely noticed outside of Saxony.
  24. @Kevin O'Keeffe
    You may know more about this than I, but my understanding is that there may be some serious movement towards Bavaria and Saxony seceding from the Federal Republic.

    No, there isn’t.
    I am currently in Saxony.

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  25. @Kevin O'Keeffe
    You may know more about this than I, but my understanding is that there may be some serious movement towards Bavaria and Saxony seceding from the Federal Republic.

    Haven’t heard about that and don’t think anything like that will ever be viable.
    The Bavarian Christian Democrats (who are a separate party, confined to Bavaria) make a lot of noise, but can’t even bring themselves to end their alliance with the CDU (Merkel’s party, the Christian Democrats in the rest of Germany)…they’re pretty pathetic.
    Saxony’s Christian Democrats are comparatively conservative and somewhat critical of Merkel’s policy, but this also doesn’t amount to much and is barely noticed outside of Saxony.

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  26. Yes, the situation in Germany looks indeed pretty bad. As far as I know though, there are many East Germans and people from the former USSR in the Bundeswehr (both groups were over-represented among those killed in Afghanistan), groups which aren’t exactly known for being pc weaklings of the kind common in German society as a whole. So there might be some grounds for hope.

    America’s been taken from 85% white before 1965, to 60% white and falling today, without a peep from the masses. Germany at least has Pegida, and now some vigilantes.

    There are none such in America.

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  27. An absolute majority – 51.5% – of French policemen and soldiers planned to vote for the Front National in the recent regional elections, according to a poll by CEVIPOF………At the opposite end of the spectrum, less than 10% of schoolteachers and postdocs – a proxy for the Cathedral, one might say – supported the Front National.

    In other words french brainpower is overwhelmingly against the french fascists while lower IQ french muscle-power is almost evenly divided. Who wins the Civil War?

    Btw, since you are such a true believer in HBD shouldn’t you be against the Front National?

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    • Replies: @Anatoly Karlin
    I am not a "believer" in HBD I just tend to believe in demonstrable scientific facts.

    On this topic btw: http://pumpkinperson.com/2015/06/21/racism-antisemitism-iq/
    , @Jason Liu
    The "brainpower" you cite is really more a consequence of social privilege. They believe in myths like egalitarianism because their social position allows them to.

    The same people can easily unlearn equality, and embrace social inequality. They just need to be taught through the advent of nationalism.
  28. @Mitleser
    Good for France.

    What, you think they’ll let the NF win and France will actually start to recover?

    I’ve heard stranger. How’s AfD doing?

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  29. @Bliss

    An absolute majority – 51.5% – of French policemen and soldiers planned to vote for the Front National in the recent regional elections, according to a poll by CEVIPOF.........At the opposite end of the spectrum, less than 10% of schoolteachers and postdocs – a proxy for the Cathedral, one might say – supported the Front National.
     
    In other words french brainpower is overwhelmingly against the french fascists while lower IQ french muscle-power is almost evenly divided. Who wins the Civil War?

    Btw, since you are such a true believer in HBD shouldn't you be against the Front National?

    I am not a “believer” in HBD I just tend to believe in demonstrable scientific facts.

    On this topic btw: http://pumpkinperson.com/2015/06/21/racism-antisemitism-iq/

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    • Replies: @Bliss

    I am not a “believer” in HBD I just tend to believe in demonstrable scientific facts.
     
    So you do not believe that the IQ claims of HBD are demonstrable scientific facts?
  30. Best comment on that thread was in the first sentence in the first comment:

    Hahaha, this is the most convoluted thing I’ve ever read. Where’s Occam’s machete when you need it?

    I only skimmed Karlin’s post, and I feel dumber for it.

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  31. Hey Karlin, are you Jewish? I only ask because, I’m starting to give up on Russians having any value at all, and I wouldn’t want a “Russian” Jew to contribute to Russia’s minus column in that regard.

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  32. @Bliss

    An absolute majority – 51.5% – of French policemen and soldiers planned to vote for the Front National in the recent regional elections, according to a poll by CEVIPOF.........At the opposite end of the spectrum, less than 10% of schoolteachers and postdocs – a proxy for the Cathedral, one might say – supported the Front National.
     
    In other words french brainpower is overwhelmingly against the french fascists while lower IQ french muscle-power is almost evenly divided. Who wins the Civil War?

    Btw, since you are such a true believer in HBD shouldn't you be against the Front National?

    The “brainpower” you cite is really more a consequence of social privilege. They believe in myths like egalitarianism because their social position allows them to.

    The same people can easily unlearn equality, and embrace social inequality. They just need to be taught through the advent of nationalism.

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  33. 50% of WHITES**

    People choice professions, some-to-most them, who fit with their own bio-cognitive profile like ”macho” type among policemen and ”intellectual-leaning” type among teachers.

    Seems teachers are more domesticated (like smart poodles, i like poddles, i like animals on general, ;), i like myself, what-ever… ) and policemen-like less… but still domesticated because they overwhelmingly follow the ” dominant alphas”.

    And ”we’ are the aliens among all this big ”sanatorium”. We live about ”how should be”, in the future, while primitive human-kind on average live in the eternal ”present”, not so different than in other times like Rome or Babylon.

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  34. @Anatoly Karlin
    I am not a "believer" in HBD I just tend to believe in demonstrable scientific facts.

    On this topic btw: http://pumpkinperson.com/2015/06/21/racism-antisemitism-iq/

    I am not a “believer” in HBD I just tend to believe in demonstrable scientific facts.

    So you do not believe that the IQ claims of HBD are demonstrable scientific facts?

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  35. So if someone finds out that Africans on average score lower than Frenchmen on IQ tests, that means he has to favor replacing the population of France with Africans?

    Uh… Why is that, exactly?

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  36. […] systems produced by colonial ones in France e.g. Police and the Military. A recent poll suggests more than 50 percent of the French police force and Military support Marie Le Pen’s party, the National Front. Yes, this isn’t really about police brutality but about “making France […]

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