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A majority of pale males thinks so:

The respondent pool is relatively modest by Reuters-Ipsos standards. The Jewish sample is only 52 and consequently should be considered no more than directionally suggestive.

One-in-five blacks and Hispanics perceive whites as being under attack. What percentage of this contingent thinks it a good thing that this is so? The POC ascendancy may have its white allies, but we have vanishingly few non-white allies. The few who do exist tend to be, on account of their mythic rarity, quite salient.

As the Trump presidency stalls out, let us not forget how effective his perpetual focus on fairness has been in persuading those on the fence to come over to his side. Channelling Jonathan Haidt, fairness is a moral dimension white liberals put enormous emphasis on. Pointing out what the empirical data says about group differences will only ever appeal to a small fraction of people. For most, the potential for persuasion exists in the realm of morality rather than of ratiocination.

Accusing those who wrap themselves up in the rhetoric of Diversity! of being the real racists is not only humiliating, it’s futile. It is to give the game away on the opening whistle. DR3 can work, but the racism being objected to must be of that against whites by our abyssal persecutors, not against non-whites by those long dead now. Everything should be framed as an affront to the innocuous observation that it is, indeed, okay to be white.

 
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  1. As the Trump presidency stalls out,…

    • Replies: @Anon
    I'm no fan of the alcoholic below, but he was lucid here

    https://twitter.com/MikePFanAccount/status/1075266090404642818

    216
    , @Stan d Mute
    Pretty astute for a dude who believes in sky fairies and doesn’t know the difference between eminent and imminent.

    If even he can figure it out, how stupid are the rest of us?
    , @Feryl
    Gee, what does the GOP care about?

    - Tax cuts for the rich (supply side economics)
    - Pentagon pork

    Everything else is negligible. Post-Trump, the GOP (and sadly, far too many Dems) put up little resistance to the played out policy of further tax cuts for the rich, as evidenced by "tax reform" sailing through during the Trump era, in which our politicians allegedly are paralyzed in gridlock (in reality, social Darwinism remains triumphant, with only the most token, and typically Dem supported, populist reforms like reduced incarceration, minimum wage upgrades, and consumer protection from predatory companies being possible).

    Similarly, even the Dems have shown pathetically little interest in reining in the Pentagon. Trump said he would; but if even the Dems don't want to, how in the hell would the GOP go along with military reform? The military is a vital component of the GOP's Southern base; remember that much of the South was a worthless backwater before the WW2 build up. America's success in WW2 was a shot in the arm for the South, and subsequent to 1945 the South benefited from a lot of development and the gravy train that began to be run for American military men in the beginning of Pax Americana. Where I sit in the Upper Midwest, my ethnic folkway (Brit Midlander/Teutonic Americans) has scarcely benefited from modern military excess.

    Serious military reform would be essentially saying f**k you to the South. According to hiddentribes.us, the most strident and patriotic conservatives are older whites from the South. Keep in mind also that in today's elitist and hostile to labor climate, the South will invariably be very important, because it's a region with minimal history of labor organizing (blacks and Cavalier/ Scots-Irish whites are not known for their collective works, aside from the labor advocacy in mining regions of Appalachia to some extent ). The military is inherently elitist and "proofed" from labor advocacy, unlike the heavy industry that our sell out elites have gutted for 40 years, to the detriment of the inland Northeast and urban Midwest.

    Trump has been an utter failure. We aren't seriously turning the trade tide. We aren't coming back to anything resembling the manufacturing sovereignty that we had in even the pre-NAFTA 1980's and early 90's, let alone the 1950's. Immigration levels aren't in any danger of falling back to pre-1978 levels; for that matter, even 1978-1987 were better years for us WRT immigration.

    The GOP does not want, whatsoever, the pro-labor climate of the late 1930's-early 1970's to ever come back. Why would they? They exist to service culturally conservative elites (the few who still exist) and the military. The Dems suck nowadays too, existing primarily to make culturally liberal elites more comfortable, so where are you to turn if you want serious populist reform?
    , @Audacious Epigone
    Indeed. It's clear to me now that Trump is a transitional rather than a transformational figure. It may have simply been a bridge too far to have someone with the capability to slice and dice through both party establishments, the media, and the corporate world to also be able to bend all of it to his will after humiliating it so spectacularly.
  2. UCHA = GOOD = WHITE.

    One thing I learnt in college watching Indian students talk, is a word in Hindi called Ucha (pronounced Uch-sha), which means, ok, or good.

    Eg. How is the Pizza?
    A: Ucha (Good).

    Q: How is the ice cream?
    A: Bahut Ucha (Very good).

    Q: Make sure you come to the party.
    A: Ucha (OK).

    Q: What color is your shirt?
    A: Ucha (white).

    In Hindi, the word white (ucha) is also used for good, okay, fine, etc. It is the same word.

    https://www.collinsdictionary.com/us/dictionary/hindi-english/%E0%A4%AC%E0%A4%B9%E0%A5%81%E0%A4%A4-%E0%A4%85%E0%A4%9A%E0%A5%8D%E0%A4%9B%E0%A4%BE

    Next time a liberal tells you it is not ok to be white, tell him white means good (ucha) in Hindi.

    • LOL: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Viral Architect
    No, it means "good", not "white". See this dictionary entry:

    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%E0%A4%85%E0%A4%9A%E0%A5%8D%E0%A4%9B%E0%A4%BE

    But fair skin is highly prized in India and skin-lightening creams are widely sold. This article blames YT for the idea that fairness is beautiful, but it's a v. old idea in Hindu culture:


    Indian women have been patronising this market for years as fair skin is believed to be a critical attractiveness trait. The importance of being “fair” is probably explained easiest by looking at the typical stereotypes portrayed in India’s massive film industry, best known as Bollywood. Dark-skinned people are often portrayed as villains and rough characters. In Indian movies influenced by Western ideas the “good guys” are also invariably fair-skinned.

    https://qz.com/india/1240384/indian-men-buy-skin-whitening-creams-to-achieve-bollywoods-beauty-ideal/

     

  3. @eah
    As the Trump presidency stalls out,...

    https://twitter.com/MatthewParrott/status/1075601214186901504

    I’m no fan of the alcoholic below, but he was lucid here

    216

    • Agree: fish
    • Replies: @anon
    this pejcinovic character seems to be saying "Act like a jew"
  4. @Anon
    I'm no fan of the alcoholic below, but he was lucid here

    https://twitter.com/MikePFanAccount/status/1075266090404642818

    216

    this pejcinovic character seems to be saying “Act like a jew”

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute

    this pejcinovic character seems to be saying “Act like a jew”
     
    When yours is the only sub-species that fails to realize that Nature is permanent and eternal competition for survival, the alternative is extinction. Step one in recovery is defeating the Jewish mind virus of Christian Universalism. Every time a group of Jews thinks they’ve found their messiah it ends badly for them and yet we are too stupid to learn from observing their mistakes.
    , @A Random Dude
    But they win almost every time in modern society, do they not?

    I'm done with the idea that we need to suffer in silence. Looking to our brothers in Europe with the yellow vests (and soon to be blue vests) getting results done.
    , @Mr. Rational
    Whatever works.  Even the English have the expression "the squeaky wheel gets the grease."
  5. The percentages of Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, Jews, and Clinton voters who believe what a decided majority of White men, and a near-majority of White women, also believe– “that ‘white people are currently under attack’ in the US”– are certainly high enough to call into question the standard claim that one sees from the blue checkmarks: that White people who believe the same are simply suffering from paranoid delusions that no sane and reasonable person ever would countenance.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
    Some are the cosmopolitan SWPL bugmen depicted in a show like the big bang theory who associate Republicans with bible thumping snaggletooths squatting in hovels out in the stix. They always vote D but they're increasingly uncomfortable with the anti-white rhetoric that has really mainstreamed into the rhetoric of the party at every level over the last decade or so.

    And some are non-whites (and probably some whites--and (((whites)))!) who understand that whites are under attack and think it is a good thing that we are. Exhibit A in the case of the latter, for example, is Tim Wise.

  6. Everything should be framed as an affront to the innocuous observation that it is, indeed, okay to be white.

    Not just okay, but saintly. How many American negroes would prefer to live as their ancestors did pre-whitey? To live in constant fear of being captured, tortured, dismembered, and eaten by a stronger tribe? Or to subsist on your weaker neighbors whom you capture, torture, dismember, and eat? Does chicken taste better than African? They kill each other over gym shoes when the concept of shoes never occurred to them pre-whitey. How about those American aborigines? Would they rather operate a leaf blower or play soccer with their cousin’s skull knowing the loser donates his own cranium for subsequent games? Better to sit in jail for drunk driving or watch your beating heart excavated from your chest with a sharp rock? Better to suffer the indignity of Medicaid or see your kid sacrificed to the gods and tossed into a cenote? Thank whitey for absolutely everything you enjoy in this civilization.

    Yeah, bad shit happened too often in the past. But it happened to everyone including even the richest. Every people endured slavery at one point or another and brutal conquest was the norm from long before invention of written language. There’s nothing special about the historical experience of long dead Africans or American aborigines except for the unique evil of using said history to inflict guilt on the living in order to extract resources. Resources come from labor of course so in effect whitey is today enslaved to the service of the descendants of primitive savages his own ancestors (somewhat) civilized.

    The insanity of this is something at which I can only laugh..

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    I will buy you a beer just for noting that the skeletons of children pulled out of Mexico's cenotes does not mean that they were sacrificial offerings, as all the tour-guide literature down there insists. What rational people would contaminate their own fresh-water wells with the rotting corpses of their own children? As you say, they were victims, deliberately thrown down those "wells" by a community's enemies as part of a scorched earth policy.
    , @Audacious Epigone
    Pivoting to the Vox Day epigone, the body of the post is emphasizing the rhetorical angle. You, otoh, are beautifully dialectic all the way through.
    , @Mr McKenna
    Righteous diatribe. The kind which makes this site worth visiting.
  7. @eah
    As the Trump presidency stalls out,...

    https://twitter.com/MatthewParrott/status/1075601214186901504

    Pretty astute for a dude who believes in sky fairies and doesn’t know the difference between eminent and imminent.

    If even he can figure it out, how stupid are the rest of us?

    • Replies: @eah
    Yes, it should be eminent, not imminent (more or less a typo) -- I saw that, but thought the 'take' (which I agree with) still worth posting -- I am not on Twitter and so could not reply with a correction (he'd have to delete and repost the tweet, which would kill the/any thread) -- a quick search did not find any other way to contact him -- he deserves more followers.
    , @eah
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1075718191253504001
  8. @anon
    this pejcinovic character seems to be saying "Act like a jew"

    this pejcinovic character seems to be saying “Act like a jew”

    When yours is the only sub-species that fails to realize that Nature is permanent and eternal competition for survival, the alternative is extinction. Step one in recovery is defeating the Jewish mind virus of Christian Universalism. Every time a group of Jews thinks they’ve found their messiah it ends badly for them and yet we are too stupid to learn from observing their mistakes.

  9. A majority of pale males thinks so

    Puh-leeze! It’s STALE pale males.

  10. @Rational
    UCHA = GOOD = WHITE.

    One thing I learnt in college watching Indian students talk, is a word in Hindi called Ucha (pronounced Uch-sha), which means, ok, or good.

    Eg. How is the Pizza?
    A: Ucha (Good).

    Q: How is the ice cream?
    A: Bahut Ucha (Very good).

    Q: Make sure you come to the party.
    A: Ucha (OK).

    Q: What color is your shirt?
    A: Ucha (white).

    In Hindi, the word white (ucha) is also used for good, okay, fine, etc. It is the same word.

    https://www.collinsdictionary.com/us/dictionary/hindi-english/%E0%A4%AC%E0%A4%B9%E0%A5%81%E0%A4%A4-%E0%A4%85%E0%A4%9A%E0%A5%8D%E0%A4%9B%E0%A4%BE

    Next time a liberal tells you it is not ok to be white, tell him white means good (ucha) in Hindi.

    No, it means “good”, not “white”. See this dictionary entry:

    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%E0%A4%85%E0%A4%9A%E0%A5%8D%E0%A4%9B%E0%A4%BE

    But fair skin is highly prized in India and skin-lightening creams are widely sold. This article blames YT for the idea that fairness is beautiful, but it’s a v. old idea in Hindu culture:

    Indian women have been patronising this market for years as fair skin is believed to be a critical attractiveness trait. The importance of being “fair” is probably explained easiest by looking at the typical stereotypes portrayed in India’s massive film industry, best known as Bollywood. Dark-skinned people are often portrayed as villains and rough characters. In Indian movies influenced by Western ideas the “good guys” are also invariably fair-skinned.

    https://qz.com/india/1240384/indian-men-buy-skin-whitening-creams-to-achieve-bollywoods-beauty-ideal/

  11. @Stan d Mute
    Pretty astute for a dude who believes in sky fairies and doesn’t know the difference between eminent and imminent.

    If even he can figure it out, how stupid are the rest of us?

    Yes, it should be eminent, not imminent (more or less a typo) — I saw that, but thought the ‘take’ (which I agree with) still worth posting — I am not on Twitter and so could not reply with a correction (he’d have to delete and repost the tweet, which would kill the/any thread) — a quick search did not find any other way to contact him — he deserves more followers.

    • Replies: @eah
    he deserves more followers

    https://twitter.com/MatthewParrott/status/1071168830980980736
  12. @eah
    Yes, it should be eminent, not imminent (more or less a typo) -- I saw that, but thought the 'take' (which I agree with) still worth posting -- I am not on Twitter and so could not reply with a correction (he'd have to delete and repost the tweet, which would kill the/any thread) -- a quick search did not find any other way to contact him -- he deserves more followers.

    he deserves more followers

    • Replies: @A Random Dude
    Matt Parrott is most likely a fed. He does not deserve more followers.
  13. If you think Trump is bad checkout what the Conservatives are up to here.

    https://news.migrationwatchuk.org/2018/12/19/our-response-to-the-governments-immigration-white-paper

    • Replies: @DFH
    Because what people were saying when they voted for Brexit was that they wanted more non-white immigration that they couldn't get while they were trapped inside the racist EU
    Honestly if we replace the current level of EU immigration with immigration from India, Africa and China then I will really regret having voted Leave
    , @eah
    https://3dwnh01icn0h133s00sokwo1-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/theresa-may-dancing-in-south-africa.png
    , @Tyrion 2
    The £30,000 annual salary requirement is controversial. Supposedly it'll "hurt the economy". You need to earn quite a lot more than £30,000 to not be a net tax eater. Supposedly not importing endless net tax eaters hurts the economy. Private business is horrified. How else will they privatise the profits and socialise the losses?
  14. @LondonBob
    If you think Trump is bad checkout what the Conservatives are up to here.

    https://news.migrationwatchuk.org/2018/12/19/our-response-to-the-governments-immigration-white-paper

    https://twitter.com/MigrationWatch/status/1075412296485269505

    Because what people were saying when they voted for Brexit was that they wanted more non-white immigration that they couldn’t get while they were trapped inside the racist EU
    Honestly if we replace the current level of EU immigration with immigration from India, Africa and China then I will really regret having voted Leave

    • Replies: @LondonBob
    Oh come on, no one who voted Brexit thought that, some politicians and the media claimed that for standard political reasons. More people saw it as a referendum on immigration in general, even if certain sections have tried to claim it wasn't. As useless as May is she still remains one of the better ones on immigration.
    , @LondonBob
    It is the equivalent of the I am against illegal immigration but want to massively increase legal immigration carp that the PR and lobbyists put out.

    Anyway hopefully a clean Brexit and Arron Banks campaign to have Leave supporters join the Conservative Party will have an effect, I might even join the party, can't leave it to the likes of (((Mick Davis))) and (((Ehud Sheleg))).

    On a side note I have always been concerned by the involvement of arch neocons like Liam Fox and Michael Gove in the Leave campaign, always assumed it was ensure it went in directions they liked and to advocate making us more of a (((US))) vassal state.
  15. @LondonBob
    If you think Trump is bad checkout what the Conservatives are up to here.

    https://news.migrationwatchuk.org/2018/12/19/our-response-to-the-governments-immigration-white-paper

    https://twitter.com/MigrationWatch/status/1075412296485269505

    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
    Theresa May of Alterac.
    , @Mr McKenna
    She's thinking, "Hey, Hey....this is library....sort of...."
  16. @DFH
    Because what people were saying when they voted for Brexit was that they wanted more non-white immigration that they couldn't get while they were trapped inside the racist EU
    Honestly if we replace the current level of EU immigration with immigration from India, Africa and China then I will really regret having voted Leave

    Oh come on, no one who voted Brexit thought that, some politicians and the media claimed that for standard political reasons. More people saw it as a referendum on immigration in general, even if certain sections have tried to claim it wasn’t. As useless as May is she still remains one of the better ones on immigration.

    • Replies: @DFH

    Oh come on, no one who voted Brexit thought that, some politicians and the media claimed that for standard political reasons.
     
    Sorry, I was being sarcastic.
  17. @DFH
    Because what people were saying when they voted for Brexit was that they wanted more non-white immigration that they couldn't get while they were trapped inside the racist EU
    Honestly if we replace the current level of EU immigration with immigration from India, Africa and China then I will really regret having voted Leave

    It is the equivalent of the I am against illegal immigration but want to massively increase legal immigration carp that the PR and lobbyists put out.

    Anyway hopefully a clean Brexit and Arron Banks campaign to have Leave supporters join the Conservative Party will have an effect, I might even join the party, can’t leave it to the likes of (((Mick Davis))) and (((Ehud Sheleg))).

    On a side note I have always been concerned by the involvement of arch neocons like Liam Fox and Michael Gove in the Leave campaign, always assumed it was ensure it went in directions they liked and to advocate making us more of a (((US))) vassal state.

  18. @anon
    this pejcinovic character seems to be saying "Act like a jew"

    But they win almost every time in modern society, do they not?

    I’m done with the idea that we need to suffer in silence. Looking to our brothers in Europe with the yellow vests (and soon to be blue vests) getting results done.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  19. @eah
    he deserves more followers

    https://twitter.com/MatthewParrott/status/1071168830980980736

    Matt Parrott is most likely a fed. He does not deserve more followers.

  20. @eah
    As the Trump presidency stalls out,...

    https://twitter.com/MatthewParrott/status/1075601214186901504

    Gee, what does the GOP care about?

    – Tax cuts for the rich (supply side economics)
    – Pentagon pork

    Everything else is negligible. Post-Trump, the GOP (and sadly, far too many Dems) put up little resistance to the played out policy of further tax cuts for the rich, as evidenced by “tax reform” sailing through during the Trump era, in which our politicians allegedly are paralyzed in gridlock (in reality, social Darwinism remains triumphant, with only the most token, and typically Dem supported, populist reforms like reduced incarceration, minimum wage upgrades, and consumer protection from predatory companies being possible).

    Similarly, even the Dems have shown pathetically little interest in reining in the Pentagon. Trump said he would; but if even the Dems don’t want to, how in the hell would the GOP go along with military reform? The military is a vital component of the GOP’s Southern base; remember that much of the South was a worthless backwater before the WW2 build up. America’s success in WW2 was a shot in the arm for the South, and subsequent to 1945 the South benefited from a lot of development and the gravy train that began to be run for American military men in the beginning of Pax Americana. Where I sit in the Upper Midwest, my ethnic folkway (Brit Midlander/Teutonic Americans) has scarcely benefited from modern military excess.

    Serious military reform would be essentially saying f**k you to the South. According to hiddentribes.us, the most strident and patriotic conservatives are older whites from the South. Keep in mind also that in today’s elitist and hostile to labor climate, the South will invariably be very important, because it’s a region with minimal history of labor organizing (blacks and Cavalier/ Scots-Irish whites are not known for their collective works, aside from the labor advocacy in mining regions of Appalachia to some extent ). The military is inherently elitist and “proofed” from labor advocacy, unlike the heavy industry that our sell out elites have gutted for 40 years, to the detriment of the inland Northeast and urban Midwest.

    Trump has been an utter failure. We aren’t seriously turning the trade tide. We aren’t coming back to anything resembling the manufacturing sovereignty that we had in even the pre-NAFTA 1980’s and early 90’s, let alone the 1950’s. Immigration levels aren’t in any danger of falling back to pre-1978 levels; for that matter, even 1978-1987 were better years for us WRT immigration.

    The GOP does not want, whatsoever, the pro-labor climate of the late 1930’s-early 1970’s to ever come back. Why would they? They exist to service culturally conservative elites (the few who still exist) and the military. The Dems suck nowadays too, existing primarily to make culturally liberal elites more comfortable, so where are you to turn if you want serious populist reform?

    • Replies: @LondonBob
    The South has always been militaristic, post WWII what really benefited the region was air conditioning.
    , @Counterinsurgency
    The South does not want a multi-decade Army sized meatgrinder, which is pretty much what we have.

    Counterinsurgency
    , @Counterinsurgency
    Back in the early 1980s corporate America had already given up on integrated automation, which was the only hope of competing with cheap labor, and was in process of deciding to abandon the US. They were pretty shocked back c.a. AD 2005 when they found out that they couldn't, because the foreign nations would simply take their markets from them. Businessmen back then became indignant when their "intellectual property rights" were violated (see: Paul Midler,_Poorly Made in China: An Insider's Account of the China Production Game_, 2010/12/03. Or, for another fictionalized look at the same process, see: McKenna, _The Sand Pebbles_, 1963).
    As far as i can tell, the somewhat technologically illiterate corporate leadership (and associated training/supervisory establishment) only knew how to do one thing: use uneducated and unorganized labor. This system went back to the Industrial Revolution, which relied largely upon paupers for its labor force. A "pauper" is a person who has an income less than the amount needed to buy food, never mind clothing and shelter. It was (and is) all management knew how to do, nor is management of this kind unusual in the West. So, once labor unions became too strong and overseas labor (and transportation to and from became cheap, see _The Box_) the US management went overseas to do what they knew how to do. And lost their undies _and ours_ in the process, as is now apparent.
    Side note: If you think in terms of _Albion's Seed_, the two historic American groups responsible for the above utter stupidity, to praise it more than it deserves, were the Yankees and the New Yorkers, plus a derivative group: the Californians (Californian coastal cities were heavily influenced by Yankee and Jewish traders, the Jewish traders being subsequently influenced by Jewish settlement in NYC). Thus we have an intensely Democratic Northeast and a Democratic California. (see also Woodard, _American Nations_).

    Counterinsurgency

  21. @Feryl
    Gee, what does the GOP care about?

    - Tax cuts for the rich (supply side economics)
    - Pentagon pork

    Everything else is negligible. Post-Trump, the GOP (and sadly, far too many Dems) put up little resistance to the played out policy of further tax cuts for the rich, as evidenced by "tax reform" sailing through during the Trump era, in which our politicians allegedly are paralyzed in gridlock (in reality, social Darwinism remains triumphant, with only the most token, and typically Dem supported, populist reforms like reduced incarceration, minimum wage upgrades, and consumer protection from predatory companies being possible).

    Similarly, even the Dems have shown pathetically little interest in reining in the Pentagon. Trump said he would; but if even the Dems don't want to, how in the hell would the GOP go along with military reform? The military is a vital component of the GOP's Southern base; remember that much of the South was a worthless backwater before the WW2 build up. America's success in WW2 was a shot in the arm for the South, and subsequent to 1945 the South benefited from a lot of development and the gravy train that began to be run for American military men in the beginning of Pax Americana. Where I sit in the Upper Midwest, my ethnic folkway (Brit Midlander/Teutonic Americans) has scarcely benefited from modern military excess.

    Serious military reform would be essentially saying f**k you to the South. According to hiddentribes.us, the most strident and patriotic conservatives are older whites from the South. Keep in mind also that in today's elitist and hostile to labor climate, the South will invariably be very important, because it's a region with minimal history of labor organizing (blacks and Cavalier/ Scots-Irish whites are not known for their collective works, aside from the labor advocacy in mining regions of Appalachia to some extent ). The military is inherently elitist and "proofed" from labor advocacy, unlike the heavy industry that our sell out elites have gutted for 40 years, to the detriment of the inland Northeast and urban Midwest.

    Trump has been an utter failure. We aren't seriously turning the trade tide. We aren't coming back to anything resembling the manufacturing sovereignty that we had in even the pre-NAFTA 1980's and early 90's, let alone the 1950's. Immigration levels aren't in any danger of falling back to pre-1978 levels; for that matter, even 1978-1987 were better years for us WRT immigration.

    The GOP does not want, whatsoever, the pro-labor climate of the late 1930's-early 1970's to ever come back. Why would they? They exist to service culturally conservative elites (the few who still exist) and the military. The Dems suck nowadays too, existing primarily to make culturally liberal elites more comfortable, so where are you to turn if you want serious populist reform?

    The South has always been militaristic, post WWII what really benefited the region was air conditioning.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Feryl
    "The South has always been militaristic, post WWII what really benefited the region was air conditioning."

    Big land and water projects, and the growth of the interstate highway system, spurred growth in the South and West during and after WW2. As did air conditioning. The GOP's locus kept shifting further and further South and West in the 1950's-1970's. With the old-school Northeastern WASP elite, who were fairly important to the moderate GOP wing of the past, essentially dying w/ the advent of the Boomers (who were socialized to detest genteel class cultivation), the GOP seems to be dying in most of the Northeast. The anti-government whackos of the West, and the bible bashing rubes of the South, have managed to scour away every last remnant of the moderate GOP.

    As we've lost more and more industry over the last 40+ years, the blow to our "official" economic status was softened by building tons of houses and retail in the South and West, while also keeping the gravy train running for the mil/indust complex....Which mostly benefits the South, whose local economies are 0ften quite military-centric and whose inhabitants are far more likely to serve than Americans from other regions. Not that people in Buffalo et al give a shit about this "growth", since the GOP has actively been undermining our old-school manufacturing core of the inland Northeast and urban Midwest for 45 years at this point. It's ok to send this belt into a death spiral because unions and stuff ought to be the reason these people get raked over the coals; if they don't like it, go to college or join the marines, or something. I mean, do they think that secure unionized jobs for less educated people are going to just magically materialize out of thin air? Get a clue; Americans aren't supposed to make things anymore....Well, we do make tons of shitty McMansions, I suppose.

    Point being, the South has benefited a lot from the cultural and economic changes of the last 40 years. AC helps, but doesn't explain everything. As I pointed out above, I think there's serious regional divisions in America that are deepening. The puritans and "ethnic" whites of most of the Northeast and Midwest are mostly in alignment against the Cavaliers and Scots-Irish of the South, Appalachia, and the "Southern-lite" (Scots-Irish) parts of Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, and a great chunk of Indiana (the only Eastern Midwestern state to remain quite Republican over the years). The upper Plains states are temperamentally similar to the Puritan-Teutonic Midwest, but the dominance of farmers there means that they remain politically conservative. The mountain and Pacific states in the West are just bat-shit crazy at this point, and are liable to stir up lots of trouble in the future. Most Gen X-ers and Millennials from Out West rub me the wrong way; they seem to be watching a much different movie (to use Scott Adams's analogy) than their Eastern peers are. Boomers and pre-Boomers from the Western US seem to be not so quite out of alignment with the East, which I would attribute to the Cold War keeping older generations of America united, a sentiment that still persists....For them, but not for people who graduated high school after 1990.
    , @Stan d Mute

    The South has always been militaristic, post WWII what really benefited the region was air conditioning.
     
    From my perch in the HBD Mitten, having watched a lifelong exodus of my peers for the South and having succumbed for a decade myself, the chief attraction has been “right to work.” The excesses of the yankee trade unions incentivized the auto manufacturers (as well as case goods manufacturers and others) to relocate drawing the skilled trades workers in their wake.
  22. @Stan d Mute
    Pretty astute for a dude who believes in sky fairies and doesn’t know the difference between eminent and imminent.

    If even he can figure it out, how stupid are the rest of us?

    • Replies: @Feryl
    Is this conditional on anything? What remaining influence/manpower will exist in this region? Are we going to be using some proxy country/force to do "our" business there?

    If it's true that we are finally legit leaving (escaping) some shithole entanglement, then I'm reminded again that Trump is Carter-esque. Both Trump and Carter were often at odds with the prevailing ideology within their party; W/Carter, it was Carter's budding neo-liberalism being at odds with the New Dealism favored by the Dems in the 1970's. W/Trump, it's his tentative stabs at isolationism and protectionism being at odds with the neo-liberalism and militarism favored by the GOP over the last 40 years.

    W/both Trump and Carter, neither succeeded at fully kicking their party towards a new ideology during their brief stints. The Dems wouldn't shift to neo-liberalism until Clinton was elected. The GOP might be too stupid to ever fully shift away from supply side economics and Pentagon pork, even as the Dems eventually discover that much of the public (Millennials) hates Reaganism and Clintonism.
    , @Stan d Mute
    Do you think he types out his own tweets? Embarrassing either way I suppose.
    , @anon
    apparently drumpf unfollowed Ann Coulter on twitter, lol
  23. “It is the equivalent of the I am against illegal immigration but want to massively increase legal immigration carp that the PR and lobbyists put out.”

    Pedantic debates over the political, ethical, and linguistic dimensions of “illegal” and “legal” obfuscate the real problem: Too many people have been flooding Western countries since the late 1980’s. The problem was first obvious in the US during Reagan’s 2nd term, and various other countries would discover at a later date that they had imported legions of wage reducers/welfare recipients/terrorists, even though they’d been reassured by elites that this was done for cultural “enrichment” and to save Westerners from falling native birth rates.

    Of course, a common refrain from cucks is that we ought to respect those who went through proper vetting to legally arrive here. But this verbally feints the poisonous economic dimensions (reduced wages), and political/ethnic networks, that are associated with unceasing immigration levels. Who care if Chinese or Armenians came legally; do the early inhabitants of California want city council meetings to be dominated by ethnic networks who wish to displace the white American (or black American, or Mexican American) culture that once predominated?

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  24. @eah
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1075718191253504001

    Is this conditional on anything? What remaining influence/manpower will exist in this region? Are we going to be using some proxy country/force to do “our” business there?

    If it’s true that we are finally legit leaving (escaping) some shithole entanglement, then I’m reminded again that Trump is Carter-esque. Both Trump and Carter were often at odds with the prevailing ideology within their party; W/Carter, it was Carter’s budding neo-liberalism being at odds with the New Dealism favored by the Dems in the 1970’s. W/Trump, it’s his tentative stabs at isolationism and protectionism being at odds with the neo-liberalism and militarism favored by the GOP over the last 40 years.

    W/both Trump and Carter, neither succeeded at fully kicking their party towards a new ideology during their brief stints. The Dems wouldn’t shift to neo-liberalism until Clinton was elected. The GOP might be too stupid to ever fully shift away from supply side economics and Pentagon pork, even as the Dems eventually discover that much of the public (Millennials) hates Reaganism and Clintonism.

    • Replies: @eah
    So many questions... -- dunno -- I was just pointing out Trump's mistake of using "there" when he meant their ("imminent").
  25. @Stan d Mute

    Everything should be framed as an affront to the innocuous observation that it is, indeed, okay to be white.
     
    Not just okay, but saintly. How many American negroes would prefer to live as their ancestors did pre-whitey? To live in constant fear of being captured, tortured, dismembered, and eaten by a stronger tribe? Or to subsist on your weaker neighbors whom you capture, torture, dismember, and eat? Does chicken taste better than African? They kill each other over gym shoes when the concept of shoes never occurred to them pre-whitey. How about those American aborigines? Would they rather operate a leaf blower or play soccer with their cousin’s skull knowing the loser donates his own cranium for subsequent games? Better to sit in jail for drunk driving or watch your beating heart excavated from your chest with a sharp rock? Better to suffer the indignity of Medicaid or see your kid sacrificed to the gods and tossed into a cenote? Thank whitey for absolutely everything you enjoy in this civilization.

    Yeah, bad shit happened too often in the past. But it happened to everyone including even the richest. Every people endured slavery at one point or another and brutal conquest was the norm from long before invention of written language. There’s nothing special about the historical experience of long dead Africans or American aborigines except for the unique evil of using said history to inflict guilt on the living in order to extract resources. Resources come from labor of course so in effect whitey is today enslaved to the service of the descendants of primitive savages his own ancestors (somewhat) civilized.

    The insanity of this is something at which I can only laugh..

    I will buy you a beer just for noting that the skeletons of children pulled out of Mexico’s cenotes does not mean that they were sacrificial offerings, as all the tour-guide literature down there insists. What rational people would contaminate their own fresh-water wells with the rotting corpses of their own children? As you say, they were victims, deliberately thrown down those “wells” by a community’s enemies as part of a scorched earth policy.

  26. @Feryl
    Is this conditional on anything? What remaining influence/manpower will exist in this region? Are we going to be using some proxy country/force to do "our" business there?

    If it's true that we are finally legit leaving (escaping) some shithole entanglement, then I'm reminded again that Trump is Carter-esque. Both Trump and Carter were often at odds with the prevailing ideology within their party; W/Carter, it was Carter's budding neo-liberalism being at odds with the New Dealism favored by the Dems in the 1970's. W/Trump, it's his tentative stabs at isolationism and protectionism being at odds with the neo-liberalism and militarism favored by the GOP over the last 40 years.

    W/both Trump and Carter, neither succeeded at fully kicking their party towards a new ideology during their brief stints. The Dems wouldn't shift to neo-liberalism until Clinton was elected. The GOP might be too stupid to ever fully shift away from supply side economics and Pentagon pork, even as the Dems eventually discover that much of the public (Millennials) hates Reaganism and Clintonism.

    So many questions… — dunno — I was just pointing out Trump’s mistake of using “there” when he meant their (“imminent”).

  27. The so called left is keen to destroy the “old order” which is (was) white, paternal, Christian, heterosexual and Capitalist. Don’t take my word for it. Ask them.

    Kunstler, hardly a right winger, refers to the ongoing war against whiteness as the “niggerization” of white people.

    The same so called left are useful idiots for our ruling class which would create an eternal global Feudalism in which all the common folk of Earth will finally be equal. Equally destitute and equally powerless.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "The so called left is keen to destroy the “old order” which is (was) white, paternal, Christian, heterosexual and Capitalist. Don’t take my word for it. Ask them.

    The "old order" was actually WASP--specifically, the English, the Scots, and the Scots-Irish. It did not include Christians from Ireland or Poland. And it assuredly did not include Germans. Remember, Benjamin Franklin warned that this ethnic group was too stupid to learn English, and therefore represented a political threat to America:

    "Those who come hither are generally of the most ignorant Stupid Sort of their own Nation…and as few of the English understand the German Language, and so cannot address them either from the Press or Pulpit, ’tis almost impossible to remove any prejudices they once entertain…Not being used to Liberty, they know not how to make a modest use of it…I remember when they modestly declined intermeddling in our Elections, but now they come in droves, and carry all before them, except in one or two Counties...In short unless the stream of their importation could be turned from this to other colonies, as you very judiciously propose, they will soon so out number us, that all the advantages we have will not in My Opinion be able to preserve our language, and even our Government will become precarious."

    In addition, in the late 1800's, anti-Italian hostility was chiefly directed at Southern Italians and Sicilians, who began immigrating to the States by the boatload. Should have sunk the damn ships! Anyways, in reaction to these "inferior peoples" given their penchant for criminal activity, Congress sought to limit their undesirable presence through immigration acts in 1921 and 1924. In other words, our great nation has a knack for ethnic chauvinism.

    , @peterAUS

    The so called left is keen to destroy the “old order” which is (was) white, paternal, Christian, heterosexual and Capitalist. Don’t take my word for it. Ask them.

    Kunstler, hardly a right winger, refers to the ongoing war against whiteness as the “niggerization” of white people.

    The same so called left are useful idiots for our ruling class which would create an eternal global Feudalism in which all the common folk of Earth will finally be equal. Equally destitute and equally powerless.
     
    Pretty much.
  28. @WorkingClass
    The so called left is keen to destroy the "old order" which is (was) white, paternal, Christian, heterosexual and Capitalist. Don't take my word for it. Ask them.

    Kunstler, hardly a right winger, refers to the ongoing war against whiteness as the "niggerization" of white people.

    The same so called left are useful idiots for our ruling class which would create an eternal global Feudalism in which all the common folk of Earth will finally be equal. Equally destitute and equally powerless.

    “The so called left is keen to destroy the “old order” which is (was) white, paternal, Christian, heterosexual and Capitalist. Don’t take my word for it. Ask them.

    The “old order” was actually WASP–specifically, the English, the Scots, and the Scots-Irish. It did not include Christians from Ireland or Poland. And it assuredly did not include Germans. Remember, Benjamin Franklin warned that this ethnic group was too stupid to learn English, and therefore represented a political threat to America:

    “Those who come hither are generally of the most ignorant Stupid Sort of their own Nation…and as few of the English understand the German Language, and so cannot address them either from the Press or Pulpit, ’tis almost impossible to remove any prejudices they once entertain…Not being used to Liberty, they know not how to make a modest use of it…I remember when they modestly declined intermeddling in our Elections, but now they come in droves, and carry all before them, except in one or two Counties…In short unless the stream of their importation could be turned from this to other colonies, as you very judiciously propose, they will soon so out number us, that all the advantages we have will not in My Opinion be able to preserve our language, and even our Government will become precarious.”

    In addition, in the late 1800’s, anti-Italian hostility was chiefly directed at Southern Italians and Sicilians, who began immigrating to the States by the boatload. Should have sunk the damn ships! Anyways, in reaction to these “inferior peoples” given their penchant for criminal activity, Congress sought to limit their undesirable presence through immigration acts in 1921 and 1924. In other words, our great nation has a knack for ethnic chauvinism.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna

    It did not include Christians from Ireland or Poland. And it assuredly did not include Germans.
     
    You're really a tiresome broken record with your endless efforts to turn White against White here on UNZ.COM.

    If anyone here has been swayed even one iota by this cant, please identify yourself.

  29. @eah
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1075718191253504001

    Do you think he types out his own tweets? Embarrassing either way I suppose.

    • Replies: @Paul Yarbles
    For many of Orange Man’s followers, this typo will increase his likeability.
  30. Whitey is under attack from anti-White scum!

    White men AND White women are under attack from anti-White rodents.

    White nations are under attack from their evil ruling classes. These evil ruling classes are using mass immigration as a demographic weapon to destroy White nations.

    The European Christian ancestral core of the United States is under attack.

    Whitey Is Gonna Go Wacko When The Retaliation Bell Is Rung.

    White men and White women and White nations will retaliate against the evil, anti-White rats who are attacking them.

    RING THE RETALIATION BELL AT LONG LAST!

    DAMMIT!

    Merry Christmas!

    Tweet from 2014:

  31. @WorkingClass
    The so called left is keen to destroy the "old order" which is (was) white, paternal, Christian, heterosexual and Capitalist. Don't take my word for it. Ask them.

    Kunstler, hardly a right winger, refers to the ongoing war against whiteness as the "niggerization" of white people.

    The same so called left are useful idiots for our ruling class which would create an eternal global Feudalism in which all the common folk of Earth will finally be equal. Equally destitute and equally powerless.

    The so called left is keen to destroy the “old order” which is (was) white, paternal, Christian, heterosexual and Capitalist. Don’t take my word for it. Ask them.

    Kunstler, hardly a right winger, refers to the ongoing war against whiteness as the “niggerization” of white people.

    The same so called left are useful idiots for our ruling class which would create an eternal global Feudalism in which all the common folk of Earth will finally be equal. Equally destitute and equally powerless.

    Pretty much.

  32. @LondonBob
    Oh come on, no one who voted Brexit thought that, some politicians and the media claimed that for standard political reasons. More people saw it as a referendum on immigration in general, even if certain sections have tried to claim it wasn't. As useless as May is she still remains one of the better ones on immigration.

    Oh come on, no one who voted Brexit thought that, some politicians and the media claimed that for standard political reasons.

    Sorry, I was being sarcastic.

    • Replies: @LondonBob
    Hard to tell these days, sadly the politicos are deadly serious.
  33. @anon
    this pejcinovic character seems to be saying "Act like a jew"

    Whatever works.  Even the English have the expression “the squeaky wheel gets the grease.”

    • Agree: Mr McKenna
    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
    Interests over principles.
  34. @eah
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1075718191253504001

    apparently drumpf unfollowed Ann Coulter on twitter, lol

  35. @eah
    As the Trump presidency stalls out,...

    https://twitter.com/MatthewParrott/status/1075601214186901504

    Indeed. It’s clear to me now that Trump is a transitional rather than a transformational figure. It may have simply been a bridge too far to have someone with the capability to slice and dice through both party establishments, the media, and the corporate world to also be able to bend all of it to his will after humiliating it so spectacularly.

    • Agree: Mr McKenna
    • Replies: @Haxo Angmark
    Trump's a "transitional figure" awright:

    during his 4 years (if he lasts that long), he will have helped

    'Murka transition from 60% White/40% orcs

    to

    57% White/43% orcs

    MAGA!
  36. @D. K.
    The percentages of Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, Jews, and Clinton voters who believe what a decided majority of White men, and a near-majority of White women, also believe-- "that 'white people are currently under attack' in the US"-- are certainly high enough to call into question the standard claim that one sees from the blue checkmarks: that White people who believe the same are simply suffering from paranoid delusions that no sane and reasonable person ever would countenance.

    Some are the cosmopolitan SWPL bugmen depicted in a show like the big bang theory who associate Republicans with bible thumping snaggletooths squatting in hovels out in the stix. They always vote D but they’re increasingly uncomfortable with the anti-white rhetoric that has really mainstreamed into the rhetoric of the party at every level over the last decade or so.

    And some are non-whites (and probably some whites–and (((whites)))!) who understand that whites are under attack and think it is a good thing that we are. Exhibit A in the case of the latter, for example, is Tim Wise.

    • Replies: @krustykurmudgeon
    something about Tim Wise scares me. There's some sort of real anger in there and he seems out for blood. You would think growing up in Nashville (yes Nashville is not conservative but drive out 15-20 minutes in any direction and you're in badgoyistan) would have tempered his personality. But I guess not.
  37. @Stan d Mute

    Everything should be framed as an affront to the innocuous observation that it is, indeed, okay to be white.
     
    Not just okay, but saintly. How many American negroes would prefer to live as their ancestors did pre-whitey? To live in constant fear of being captured, tortured, dismembered, and eaten by a stronger tribe? Or to subsist on your weaker neighbors whom you capture, torture, dismember, and eat? Does chicken taste better than African? They kill each other over gym shoes when the concept of shoes never occurred to them pre-whitey. How about those American aborigines? Would they rather operate a leaf blower or play soccer with their cousin’s skull knowing the loser donates his own cranium for subsequent games? Better to sit in jail for drunk driving or watch your beating heart excavated from your chest with a sharp rock? Better to suffer the indignity of Medicaid or see your kid sacrificed to the gods and tossed into a cenote? Thank whitey for absolutely everything you enjoy in this civilization.

    Yeah, bad shit happened too often in the past. But it happened to everyone including even the richest. Every people endured slavery at one point or another and brutal conquest was the norm from long before invention of written language. There’s nothing special about the historical experience of long dead Africans or American aborigines except for the unique evil of using said history to inflict guilt on the living in order to extract resources. Resources come from labor of course so in effect whitey is today enslaved to the service of the descendants of primitive savages his own ancestors (somewhat) civilized.

    The insanity of this is something at which I can only laugh..

    Pivoting to the Vox Day epigone, the body of the post is emphasizing the rhetorical angle. You, otoh, are beautifully dialectic all the way through.

  38. @eah
    https://3dwnh01icn0h133s00sokwo1-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/theresa-may-dancing-in-south-africa.png

    Theresa May of Alterac.

  39. @LondonBob
    The South has always been militaristic, post WWII what really benefited the region was air conditioning.

    “The South has always been militaristic, post WWII what really benefited the region was air conditioning.”

    Big land and water projects, and the growth of the interstate highway system, spurred growth in the South and West during and after WW2. As did air conditioning. The GOP’s locus kept shifting further and further South and West in the 1950’s-1970’s. With the old-school Northeastern WASP elite, who were fairly important to the moderate GOP wing of the past, essentially dying w/ the advent of the Boomers (who were socialized to detest genteel class cultivation), the GOP seems to be dying in most of the Northeast. The anti-government whackos of the West, and the bible bashing rubes of the South, have managed to scour away every last remnant of the moderate GOP.

    As we’ve lost more and more industry over the last 40+ years, the blow to our “official” economic status was softened by building tons of houses and retail in the South and West, while also keeping the gravy train running for the mil/indust complex….Which mostly benefits the South, whose local economies are 0ften quite military-centric and whose inhabitants are far more likely to serve than Americans from other regions. Not that people in Buffalo et al give a shit about this “growth”, since the GOP has actively been undermining our old-school manufacturing core of the inland Northeast and urban Midwest for 45 years at this point. It’s ok to send this belt into a death spiral because unions and stuff ought to be the reason these people get raked over the coals; if they don’t like it, go to college or join the marines, or something. I mean, do they think that secure unionized jobs for less educated people are going to just magically materialize out of thin air? Get a clue; Americans aren’t supposed to make things anymore….Well, we do make tons of shitty McMansions, I suppose.

    Point being, the South has benefited a lot from the cultural and economic changes of the last 40 years. AC helps, but doesn’t explain everything. As I pointed out above, I think there’s serious regional divisions in America that are deepening. The puritans and “ethnic” whites of most of the Northeast and Midwest are mostly in alignment against the Cavaliers and Scots-Irish of the South, Appalachia, and the “Southern-lite” (Scots-Irish) parts of Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, and a great chunk of Indiana (the only Eastern Midwestern state to remain quite Republican over the years). The upper Plains states are temperamentally similar to the Puritan-Teutonic Midwest, but the dominance of farmers there means that they remain politically conservative. The mountain and Pacific states in the West are just bat-shit crazy at this point, and are liable to stir up lots of trouble in the future. Most Gen X-ers and Millennials from Out West rub me the wrong way; they seem to be watching a much different movie (to use Scott Adams’s analogy) than their Eastern peers are. Boomers and pre-Boomers from the Western US seem to be not so quite out of alignment with the East, which I would attribute to the Cold War keeping older generations of America united, a sentiment that still persists….For them, but not for people who graduated high school after 1990.

    • Replies: @krustykurmudgeon
    this gets to something interesting. The western united states tends to be the playground for a certain type of person. Like Colorado seems to attract some of the weirdest new age type freaks out there.
  40. @Mr. Rational
    Whatever works.  Even the English have the expression "the squeaky wheel gets the grease."

    Interests over principles.

  41. Seems people have found a new way to communicate with Trump and Congress about what they want!

    https://www.gofundme.com/TheTrumpWall?viewupdates=1&rcid=r01-154532394133-47ce9a9f83a44f83&utm_source=unz.com

    Almost $10M in 3 days from 164,000 plus people.

    It will go higher and it speaks volumes.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
    Isn't it amazing how the Internet has opened up channels to reveal public opinions that the authors of The Narrative desperately want silenced?
    , @Audacious Epigone
    Looks like it will easily be a new record for GFM!
    , @Joseph Doaks
    Where's the GoFundMe for the James Fields defense fund?
  42. Time you whiteys just stopped blaming proud POCs,
    who are trailblazing everywhere you look in this fine nation of ours.

    A woman who became the first Filipina judge in Cook County, Chicago, has been handed a one year prison sentence after she was found guilty of taking part in a $1.4 million mortgage fraud scheme.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6518251/Ex-judge-given-year-prison-1-4m-mortgage-fraud-scheme.html

    The 51-year-old has degrees in culinary arts and restaurant management. Later, she decided to study law and in 1998 she graduated from the John Marshall Law School.

    She was the first Asian elected president of the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois and co-founded a foundation that awards scholarships to law students from diverse backgrounds.

    Her lawyer, Steve Greenberg told the court, as he argued for O’Brien’s probation that hers was an inspirational story.

    (Pictured above) Filipina Jessica O’Brien and her nerdy husband Brendan O’Brien

    • Replies: @MikeatMikedotMike
    Brendan O’Brien - LOL more like Jared Kushner's lost twin separated from him at birth.
    , @Audacious Epigone
    That story has it all. When the robot historians of the future are writing The Decline and Fall of the American Empire, that story will serve as an illustrative anecdote.
  43. @Stan d Mute

    Everything should be framed as an affront to the innocuous observation that it is, indeed, okay to be white.
     
    Not just okay, but saintly. How many American negroes would prefer to live as their ancestors did pre-whitey? To live in constant fear of being captured, tortured, dismembered, and eaten by a stronger tribe? Or to subsist on your weaker neighbors whom you capture, torture, dismember, and eat? Does chicken taste better than African? They kill each other over gym shoes when the concept of shoes never occurred to them pre-whitey. How about those American aborigines? Would they rather operate a leaf blower or play soccer with their cousin’s skull knowing the loser donates his own cranium for subsequent games? Better to sit in jail for drunk driving or watch your beating heart excavated from your chest with a sharp rock? Better to suffer the indignity of Medicaid or see your kid sacrificed to the gods and tossed into a cenote? Thank whitey for absolutely everything you enjoy in this civilization.

    Yeah, bad shit happened too often in the past. But it happened to everyone including even the richest. Every people endured slavery at one point or another and brutal conquest was the norm from long before invention of written language. There’s nothing special about the historical experience of long dead Africans or American aborigines except for the unique evil of using said history to inflict guilt on the living in order to extract resources. Resources come from labor of course so in effect whitey is today enslaved to the service of the descendants of primitive savages his own ancestors (somewhat) civilized.

    The insanity of this is something at which I can only laugh..

    Righteous diatribe. The kind which makes this site worth visiting.

  44. @eah
    https://3dwnh01icn0h133s00sokwo1-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/theresa-may-dancing-in-south-africa.png

    She’s thinking, “Hey, Hey….this is library….sort of….”

  45. @Corvinus
    "The so called left is keen to destroy the “old order” which is (was) white, paternal, Christian, heterosexual and Capitalist. Don’t take my word for it. Ask them.

    The "old order" was actually WASP--specifically, the English, the Scots, and the Scots-Irish. It did not include Christians from Ireland or Poland. And it assuredly did not include Germans. Remember, Benjamin Franklin warned that this ethnic group was too stupid to learn English, and therefore represented a political threat to America:

    "Those who come hither are generally of the most ignorant Stupid Sort of their own Nation…and as few of the English understand the German Language, and so cannot address them either from the Press or Pulpit, ’tis almost impossible to remove any prejudices they once entertain…Not being used to Liberty, they know not how to make a modest use of it…I remember when they modestly declined intermeddling in our Elections, but now they come in droves, and carry all before them, except in one or two Counties...In short unless the stream of their importation could be turned from this to other colonies, as you very judiciously propose, they will soon so out number us, that all the advantages we have will not in My Opinion be able to preserve our language, and even our Government will become precarious."

    In addition, in the late 1800's, anti-Italian hostility was chiefly directed at Southern Italians and Sicilians, who began immigrating to the States by the boatload. Should have sunk the damn ships! Anyways, in reaction to these "inferior peoples" given their penchant for criminal activity, Congress sought to limit their undesirable presence through immigration acts in 1921 and 1924. In other words, our great nation has a knack for ethnic chauvinism.

    It did not include Christians from Ireland or Poland. And it assuredly did not include Germans.

    You’re really a tiresome broken record with your endless efforts to turn White against White here on UNZ.COM.

    If anyone here has been swayed even one iota by this cant, please identify yourself.

    • Replies: @Anon
    No one is swayed. He's another sentence, a few hundred miles, and one year away (max) from rhetorically satirizing North Africans as Whites.

    We're focused on our enemies as a larger group. We can work together in this capacity, without either needing to acknowledge a false history of intra-tribal White integration or becoming antagonistic toward one another as this poster would prefer.

    Nor do we need to address supposed moral hurdles imposed by our enemies, as any answer that they would find acceptable would be bad for us. These conversations also incur a time penalty. The first rule is not to play rigged games.

    Not one iota of his historical nor present worldview needs to be so much as acknowledged. We are clearly at war with populations who wish to see our societies deconstructed, our political disenfrachisement, and possibly our actual eradication.

    That's all that we need to know to clarify our action and justify our views. Once we are agreed, as we seem to be, we should no more consider a further discussion than one would consider a discussion where the only possible outcome is either nothing or that you lose one million dollars. We don't have conversations with no upside when we are losing. We only silently work to reverse the losses.

    , @Corvinus
    "You’re really a tiresome broken record with your endless efforts to turn White against White here on UNZ.COM."

    LOL. The only concerted effort I am making is offering insight into how a number of whites simply do not buy into the your narrative. I'm not like Darth Vader trying to turn Luke Skywalker. White people make their own decisions regarding race and culture.
  46. @LondonBob
    The South has always been militaristic, post WWII what really benefited the region was air conditioning.

    The South has always been militaristic, post WWII what really benefited the region was air conditioning.

    From my perch in the HBD Mitten, having watched a lifelong exodus of my peers for the South and having succumbed for a decade myself, the chief attraction has been “right to work.” The excesses of the yankee trade unions incentivized the auto manufacturers (as well as case goods manufacturers and others) to relocate drawing the skilled trades workers in their wake.

  47. @LondonBob
    If you think Trump is bad checkout what the Conservatives are up to here.

    https://news.migrationwatchuk.org/2018/12/19/our-response-to-the-governments-immigration-white-paper

    https://twitter.com/MigrationWatch/status/1075412296485269505

    The £30,000 annual salary requirement is controversial. Supposedly it’ll “hurt the economy”. You need to earn quite a lot more than £30,000 to not be a net tax eater. Supposedly not importing endless net tax eaters hurts the economy. Private business is horrified. How else will they privatise the profits and socialise the losses?

    • LOL: Mr. Rational
  48. @Mr McKenna
    Time you whiteys just stopped blaming proud POCs,
    who are trailblazing everywhere you look in this fine nation of ours.

    A woman who became the first Filipina judge in Cook County, Chicago, has been handed a one year prison sentence after she was found guilty of taking part in a $1.4 million mortgage fraud scheme.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6518251/Ex-judge-given-year-prison-1-4m-mortgage-fraud-scheme.html

    The 51-year-old has degrees in culinary arts and restaurant management. Later, she decided to study law and in 1998 she graduated from the John Marshall Law School.

    She was the first Asian elected president of the Women's Bar Association of Illinois and co-founded a foundation that awards scholarships to law students from diverse backgrounds.

    Her lawyer, Steve Greenberg told the court, as he argued for O'Brien's probation that hers was an inspirational story.

    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2018/12/21/00/7684924-6518251-image-a-10_1545352995025.jpg

     

    (Pictured above) Filipina Jessica O'Brien and her nerdy husband Brendan O'Brien

    Brendan O’Brien – LOL more like Jared Kushner’s lost twin separated from him at birth.

    • Agree: Trevor H.
  49. I’d be curious to know the income breakdown of all groups, because I imagine the wealthier they get (specifically whitey) the less inclined they are to think that they’re under siege.

    That might be blatantly obvious.

  50. @Stan d Mute
    Do you think he types out his own tweets? Embarrassing either way I suppose.

    For many of Orange Man’s followers, this typo will increase his likeability.

  51. @Peripatetic Commenter
    Seems people have found a new way to communicate with Trump and Congress about what they want!

    https://www.gofundme.com/TheTrumpWall?viewupdates=1&rcid=r01-154532394133-47ce9a9f83a44f83&utm_source=unz.com

    Almost $10M in 3 days from 164,000 plus people.

    It will go higher and it speaks volumes.

    Isn’t it amazing how the Internet has opened up channels to reveal public opinions that the authors of The Narrative desperately want silenced?

    • Replies: @Anon
    Don't worry: truth, and narratives competing with organized power's ones, still won't achieve critical mass.
    Unless someone as cunning as the organized powers ran the competing narratives: then you'd have an uncertain-outcome confrontation.
  52. Pointing out what the empirical data says about group differences will only ever appeal to a small fraction of people. For most, the potential for persuasion exists in the realm of morality rather than of ratiocination.

    .

    You write morality, but think seduction — rightly.

    • Agree: Audacious Epigone
  53. @Mr. Rational
    Isn't it amazing how the Internet has opened up channels to reveal public opinions that the authors of The Narrative desperately want silenced?

    Don’t worry: truth, and narratives competing with organized power’s ones, still won’t achieve critical mass.
    Unless someone as cunning as the organized powers ran the competing narratives: then you’d have an uncertain-outcome confrontation.

  54. Anon[534] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr McKenna

    It did not include Christians from Ireland or Poland. And it assuredly did not include Germans.
     
    You're really a tiresome broken record with your endless efforts to turn White against White here on UNZ.COM.

    If anyone here has been swayed even one iota by this cant, please identify yourself.

    No one is swayed. He’s another sentence, a few hundred miles, and one year away (max) from rhetorically satirizing North Africans as Whites.

    We’re focused on our enemies as a larger group. We can work together in this capacity, without either needing to acknowledge a false history of intra-tribal White integration or becoming antagonistic toward one another as this poster would prefer.

    Nor do we need to address supposed moral hurdles imposed by our enemies, as any answer that they would find acceptable would be bad for us. These conversations also incur a time penalty. The first rule is not to play rigged games.

    Not one iota of his historical nor present worldview needs to be so much as acknowledged. We are clearly at war with populations who wish to see our societies deconstructed, our political disenfrachisement, and possibly our actual eradication.

    That’s all that we need to know to clarify our action and justify our views. Once we are agreed, as we seem to be, we should no more consider a further discussion than one would consider a discussion where the only possible outcome is either nothing or that you lose one million dollars. We don’t have conversations with no upside when we are losing. We only silently work to reverse the losses.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational, Mr McKenna
    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "No one is swayed. He’s another sentence, a few hundred miles, and one year away (max) from rhetorically satirizing North Africans as Whites."

    That would be a false premise.

    "We’re focused on our enemies as a larger group."

    Who is this "we"? Who are "our enemies"? You are speaking in code.

    "without either needing to acknowledge a false history of intra-tribal White integration"

    Of course there was a history of intra-tribal white integration! Why are you observably lying here?

    "Nor do we need to address supposed moral hurdles imposed by our enemies, as any answer that they would find acceptable would be bad for us."

    Are you not erecting your own "moral hurdles" by insisting that all white people must adhere to Alt Right philosophies, lest they be called "race traitors" and "cucks"?

    "We are clearly at war with populations who wish to see our societies deconstructed, our political disenfrachisement, and possibly our actual eradication."

    This "war" is a figment of your imagination.
  55. @Feryl
    Gee, what does the GOP care about?

    - Tax cuts for the rich (supply side economics)
    - Pentagon pork

    Everything else is negligible. Post-Trump, the GOP (and sadly, far too many Dems) put up little resistance to the played out policy of further tax cuts for the rich, as evidenced by "tax reform" sailing through during the Trump era, in which our politicians allegedly are paralyzed in gridlock (in reality, social Darwinism remains triumphant, with only the most token, and typically Dem supported, populist reforms like reduced incarceration, minimum wage upgrades, and consumer protection from predatory companies being possible).

    Similarly, even the Dems have shown pathetically little interest in reining in the Pentagon. Trump said he would; but if even the Dems don't want to, how in the hell would the GOP go along with military reform? The military is a vital component of the GOP's Southern base; remember that much of the South was a worthless backwater before the WW2 build up. America's success in WW2 was a shot in the arm for the South, and subsequent to 1945 the South benefited from a lot of development and the gravy train that began to be run for American military men in the beginning of Pax Americana. Where I sit in the Upper Midwest, my ethnic folkway (Brit Midlander/Teutonic Americans) has scarcely benefited from modern military excess.

    Serious military reform would be essentially saying f**k you to the South. According to hiddentribes.us, the most strident and patriotic conservatives are older whites from the South. Keep in mind also that in today's elitist and hostile to labor climate, the South will invariably be very important, because it's a region with minimal history of labor organizing (blacks and Cavalier/ Scots-Irish whites are not known for their collective works, aside from the labor advocacy in mining regions of Appalachia to some extent ). The military is inherently elitist and "proofed" from labor advocacy, unlike the heavy industry that our sell out elites have gutted for 40 years, to the detriment of the inland Northeast and urban Midwest.

    Trump has been an utter failure. We aren't seriously turning the trade tide. We aren't coming back to anything resembling the manufacturing sovereignty that we had in even the pre-NAFTA 1980's and early 90's, let alone the 1950's. Immigration levels aren't in any danger of falling back to pre-1978 levels; for that matter, even 1978-1987 were better years for us WRT immigration.

    The GOP does not want, whatsoever, the pro-labor climate of the late 1930's-early 1970's to ever come back. Why would they? They exist to service culturally conservative elites (the few who still exist) and the military. The Dems suck nowadays too, existing primarily to make culturally liberal elites more comfortable, so where are you to turn if you want serious populist reform?

    The South does not want a multi-decade Army sized meatgrinder, which is pretty much what we have.

    Counterinsurgency

  56. @DFH

    Oh come on, no one who voted Brexit thought that, some politicians and the media claimed that for standard political reasons.
     
    Sorry, I was being sarcastic.

    Hard to tell these days, sadly the politicos are deadly serious.

  57. @Feryl
    Gee, what does the GOP care about?

    - Tax cuts for the rich (supply side economics)
    - Pentagon pork

    Everything else is negligible. Post-Trump, the GOP (and sadly, far too many Dems) put up little resistance to the played out policy of further tax cuts for the rich, as evidenced by "tax reform" sailing through during the Trump era, in which our politicians allegedly are paralyzed in gridlock (in reality, social Darwinism remains triumphant, with only the most token, and typically Dem supported, populist reforms like reduced incarceration, minimum wage upgrades, and consumer protection from predatory companies being possible).

    Similarly, even the Dems have shown pathetically little interest in reining in the Pentagon. Trump said he would; but if even the Dems don't want to, how in the hell would the GOP go along with military reform? The military is a vital component of the GOP's Southern base; remember that much of the South was a worthless backwater before the WW2 build up. America's success in WW2 was a shot in the arm for the South, and subsequent to 1945 the South benefited from a lot of development and the gravy train that began to be run for American military men in the beginning of Pax Americana. Where I sit in the Upper Midwest, my ethnic folkway (Brit Midlander/Teutonic Americans) has scarcely benefited from modern military excess.

    Serious military reform would be essentially saying f**k you to the South. According to hiddentribes.us, the most strident and patriotic conservatives are older whites from the South. Keep in mind also that in today's elitist and hostile to labor climate, the South will invariably be very important, because it's a region with minimal history of labor organizing (blacks and Cavalier/ Scots-Irish whites are not known for their collective works, aside from the labor advocacy in mining regions of Appalachia to some extent ). The military is inherently elitist and "proofed" from labor advocacy, unlike the heavy industry that our sell out elites have gutted for 40 years, to the detriment of the inland Northeast and urban Midwest.

    Trump has been an utter failure. We aren't seriously turning the trade tide. We aren't coming back to anything resembling the manufacturing sovereignty that we had in even the pre-NAFTA 1980's and early 90's, let alone the 1950's. Immigration levels aren't in any danger of falling back to pre-1978 levels; for that matter, even 1978-1987 were better years for us WRT immigration.

    The GOP does not want, whatsoever, the pro-labor climate of the late 1930's-early 1970's to ever come back. Why would they? They exist to service culturally conservative elites (the few who still exist) and the military. The Dems suck nowadays too, existing primarily to make culturally liberal elites more comfortable, so where are you to turn if you want serious populist reform?

    Back in the early 1980s corporate America had already given up on integrated automation, which was the only hope of competing with cheap labor, and was in process of deciding to abandon the US. They were pretty shocked back c.a. AD 2005 when they found out that they couldn’t, because the foreign nations would simply take their markets from them. Businessmen back then became indignant when their “intellectual property rights” were violated (see: Paul Midler,_Poorly Made in China: An Insider’s Account of the China Production Game_, 2010/12/03. Or, for another fictionalized look at the same process, see: McKenna, _The Sand Pebbles_, 1963).
    As far as i can tell, the somewhat technologically illiterate corporate leadership (and associated training/supervisory establishment) only knew how to do one thing: use uneducated and unorganized labor. This system went back to the Industrial Revolution, which relied largely upon paupers for its labor force. A “pauper” is a person who has an income less than the amount needed to buy food, never mind clothing and shelter. It was (and is) all management knew how to do, nor is management of this kind unusual in the West. So, once labor unions became too strong and overseas labor (and transportation to and from became cheap, see _The Box_) the US management went overseas to do what they knew how to do. And lost their undies _and ours_ in the process, as is now apparent.
    Side note: If you think in terms of _Albion’s Seed_, the two historic American groups responsible for the above utter stupidity, to praise it more than it deserves, were the Yankees and the New Yorkers, plus a derivative group: the Californians (Californian coastal cities were heavily influenced by Yankee and Jewish traders, the Jewish traders being subsequently influenced by Jewish settlement in NYC). Thus we have an intensely Democratic Northeast and a Democratic California. (see also Woodard, _American Nations_).

    Counterinsurgency

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  58. @Peripatetic Commenter
    Seems people have found a new way to communicate with Trump and Congress about what they want!

    https://www.gofundme.com/TheTrumpWall?viewupdates=1&rcid=r01-154532394133-47ce9a9f83a44f83&utm_source=unz.com

    Almost $10M in 3 days from 164,000 plus people.

    It will go higher and it speaks volumes.

    Looks like it will easily be a new record for GFM!

  59. @Mr McKenna
    Time you whiteys just stopped blaming proud POCs,
    who are trailblazing everywhere you look in this fine nation of ours.

    A woman who became the first Filipina judge in Cook County, Chicago, has been handed a one year prison sentence after she was found guilty of taking part in a $1.4 million mortgage fraud scheme.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6518251/Ex-judge-given-year-prison-1-4m-mortgage-fraud-scheme.html

    The 51-year-old has degrees in culinary arts and restaurant management. Later, she decided to study law and in 1998 she graduated from the John Marshall Law School.

    She was the first Asian elected president of the Women's Bar Association of Illinois and co-founded a foundation that awards scholarships to law students from diverse backgrounds.

    Her lawyer, Steve Greenberg told the court, as he argued for O'Brien's probation that hers was an inspirational story.

    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2018/12/21/00/7684924-6518251-image-a-10_1545352995025.jpg

     

    (Pictured above) Filipina Jessica O'Brien and her nerdy husband Brendan O'Brien

    That story has it all. When the robot historians of the future are writing The Decline and Fall of the American Empire, that story will serve as an illustrative anecdote.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational, Trevor H.
  60. @Audacious Epigone
    Some are the cosmopolitan SWPL bugmen depicted in a show like the big bang theory who associate Republicans with bible thumping snaggletooths squatting in hovels out in the stix. They always vote D but they're increasingly uncomfortable with the anti-white rhetoric that has really mainstreamed into the rhetoric of the party at every level over the last decade or so.

    And some are non-whites (and probably some whites--and (((whites)))!) who understand that whites are under attack and think it is a good thing that we are. Exhibit A in the case of the latter, for example, is Tim Wise.

    something about Tim Wise scares me. There’s some sort of real anger in there and he seems out for blood. You would think growing up in Nashville (yes Nashville is not conservative but drive out 15-20 minutes in any direction and you’re in badgoyistan) would have tempered his personality. But I guess not.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
    Jewish hatred of goyim SHOULD scare you.  They remember well what they did to the "kulaks" in the USSR, to the surrendered German soldiers post-war, and elsewhere.  They'll do it here given the chance, because they believe they own everything and everyone by right.
    , @Audacious Epigone
    Yes, even his chosen twitter picture is villainous.
  61. @Feryl
    "The South has always been militaristic, post WWII what really benefited the region was air conditioning."

    Big land and water projects, and the growth of the interstate highway system, spurred growth in the South and West during and after WW2. As did air conditioning. The GOP's locus kept shifting further and further South and West in the 1950's-1970's. With the old-school Northeastern WASP elite, who were fairly important to the moderate GOP wing of the past, essentially dying w/ the advent of the Boomers (who were socialized to detest genteel class cultivation), the GOP seems to be dying in most of the Northeast. The anti-government whackos of the West, and the bible bashing rubes of the South, have managed to scour away every last remnant of the moderate GOP.

    As we've lost more and more industry over the last 40+ years, the blow to our "official" economic status was softened by building tons of houses and retail in the South and West, while also keeping the gravy train running for the mil/indust complex....Which mostly benefits the South, whose local economies are 0ften quite military-centric and whose inhabitants are far more likely to serve than Americans from other regions. Not that people in Buffalo et al give a shit about this "growth", since the GOP has actively been undermining our old-school manufacturing core of the inland Northeast and urban Midwest for 45 years at this point. It's ok to send this belt into a death spiral because unions and stuff ought to be the reason these people get raked over the coals; if they don't like it, go to college or join the marines, or something. I mean, do they think that secure unionized jobs for less educated people are going to just magically materialize out of thin air? Get a clue; Americans aren't supposed to make things anymore....Well, we do make tons of shitty McMansions, I suppose.

    Point being, the South has benefited a lot from the cultural and economic changes of the last 40 years. AC helps, but doesn't explain everything. As I pointed out above, I think there's serious regional divisions in America that are deepening. The puritans and "ethnic" whites of most of the Northeast and Midwest are mostly in alignment against the Cavaliers and Scots-Irish of the South, Appalachia, and the "Southern-lite" (Scots-Irish) parts of Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, and a great chunk of Indiana (the only Eastern Midwestern state to remain quite Republican over the years). The upper Plains states are temperamentally similar to the Puritan-Teutonic Midwest, but the dominance of farmers there means that they remain politically conservative. The mountain and Pacific states in the West are just bat-shit crazy at this point, and are liable to stir up lots of trouble in the future. Most Gen X-ers and Millennials from Out West rub me the wrong way; they seem to be watching a much different movie (to use Scott Adams's analogy) than their Eastern peers are. Boomers and pre-Boomers from the Western US seem to be not so quite out of alignment with the East, which I would attribute to the Cold War keeping older generations of America united, a sentiment that still persists....For them, but not for people who graduated high school after 1990.

    this gets to something interesting. The western united states tends to be the playground for a certain type of person. Like Colorado seems to attract some of the weirdest new age type freaks out there.

    • Replies: @Anon
    That's a function of Boulder, which as a university town generates a bubble. The ski counties also represent an influx of wealthy and retirees from coastal blue regions. This also appears in WY (Teton) and ID (Blaine).

    The real story of the change in CO politics is written in the Denver suburbs. These suburbs are pushing up against the limits of Dirt, and are following the pattern of suburbs nationwide towards globohomo.

    Like in Virginia, the state GOP has a tendency to throw up either unlikeable rural conservatives, or squishy moderates that inspire no one. The Dems also throw up "moderate white guys" as candidates, even the new Governor who is a gay Jew will score as a MWG in the eyes of most voters. The GOP senate candidate in '16 was a black guy that went nowhere against the WASP-Jewish MWG incumbent.

    The grand strategy for the Right is to re-orient the economy so that university towns are no longer the economic lynchpins they represent. Failing that, impose quotas for conservative professors.

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  62. @Audacious Epigone
    Indeed. It's clear to me now that Trump is a transitional rather than a transformational figure. It may have simply been a bridge too far to have someone with the capability to slice and dice through both party establishments, the media, and the corporate world to also be able to bend all of it to his will after humiliating it so spectacularly.

    Trump’s a “transitional figure” awright:

    during his 4 years (if he lasts that long), he will have helped

    ‘Murka transition from 60% White/40% orcs

    to

    57% White/43% orcs

    MAGA!

    • Replies: @Anon
    It would probably take an economic collapse and a USSR/Yugoslavia style breakup to reverse those numbers into a favorable demographic balance.

    The electorate is also a lagging indicator, as Census figures include illegals and resident foreigners (supposedly millions of green card holders have never bothered to naturalize, and also an unknown number of expats that rarely vote)

    So California could actually manage to elect a GOP Governor if the whites and 2%ers weren't so liberal. Less liberal whites would also induce crowd-following Asians to vote patrioically.

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  63. it’s the WHITE #’s that are most indicative in this poll.

    39% of White men and

    52% of White women

    are not even aware (or afraid to say) that they are as a race being exterminated.

    and it’s been going on since (((Manny Celler)))’s 1965 White Exclusion Act.

    you’ve got to be infinitely stupid (or infinitely bought) to be unaware of being liquidated

    when you are being liquidated.

  64. @krustykurmudgeon
    something about Tim Wise scares me. There's some sort of real anger in there and he seems out for blood. You would think growing up in Nashville (yes Nashville is not conservative but drive out 15-20 minutes in any direction and you're in badgoyistan) would have tempered his personality. But I guess not.

    Jewish hatred of goyim SHOULD scare you.  They remember well what they did to the “kulaks” in the USSR, to the surrendered German soldiers post-war, and elsewhere.  They’ll do it here given the chance, because they believe they own everything and everyone by right.

  65. Anon[395] • Disclaimer says:
    @Haxo Angmark
    Trump's a "transitional figure" awright:

    during his 4 years (if he lasts that long), he will have helped

    'Murka transition from 60% White/40% orcs

    to

    57% White/43% orcs

    MAGA!

    It would probably take an economic collapse and a USSR/Yugoslavia style breakup to reverse those numbers into a favorable demographic balance.

    The electorate is also a lagging indicator, as Census figures include illegals and resident foreigners (supposedly millions of green card holders have never bothered to naturalize, and also an unknown number of expats that rarely vote)

    So California could actually manage to elect a GOP Governor if the whites and 2%ers weren’t so liberal. Less liberal whites would also induce crowd-following Asians to vote patrioically.

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  66. Anon[395] • Disclaimer says:
    @krustykurmudgeon
    this gets to something interesting. The western united states tends to be the playground for a certain type of person. Like Colorado seems to attract some of the weirdest new age type freaks out there.

    That’s a function of Boulder, which as a university town generates a bubble. The ski counties also represent an influx of wealthy and retirees from coastal blue regions. This also appears in WY (Teton) and ID (Blaine).

    The real story of the change in CO politics is written in the Denver suburbs. These suburbs are pushing up against the limits of Dirt, and are following the pattern of suburbs nationwide towards globohomo.

    Like in Virginia, the state GOP has a tendency to throw up either unlikeable rural conservatives, or squishy moderates that inspire no one. The Dems also throw up “moderate white guys” as candidates, even the new Governor who is a gay Jew will score as a MWG in the eyes of most voters. The GOP senate candidate in ’16 was a black guy that went nowhere against the WASP-Jewish MWG incumbent.

    The grand strategy for the Right is to re-orient the economy so that university towns are no longer the economic lynchpins they represent. Failing that, impose quotas for conservative professors.

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    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
    That's a rare bright spot--the university towns are going to be in serious trouble during the next downturn and in dire straits when the currency crisis hits.
  67. @Mr McKenna

    It did not include Christians from Ireland or Poland. And it assuredly did not include Germans.
     
    You're really a tiresome broken record with your endless efforts to turn White against White here on UNZ.COM.

    If anyone here has been swayed even one iota by this cant, please identify yourself.

    “You’re really a tiresome broken record with your endless efforts to turn White against White here on UNZ.COM.”

    LOL. The only concerted effort I am making is offering insight into how a number of whites simply do not buy into the your narrative. I’m not like Darth Vader trying to turn Luke Skywalker. White people make their own decisions regarding race and culture.

    • Troll: Mr. Rational
  68. @krustykurmudgeon
    something about Tim Wise scares me. There's some sort of real anger in there and he seems out for blood. You would think growing up in Nashville (yes Nashville is not conservative but drive out 15-20 minutes in any direction and you're in badgoyistan) would have tempered his personality. But I guess not.

    Yes, even his chosen twitter picture is villainous.

  69. @Anon
    No one is swayed. He's another sentence, a few hundred miles, and one year away (max) from rhetorically satirizing North Africans as Whites.

    We're focused on our enemies as a larger group. We can work together in this capacity, without either needing to acknowledge a false history of intra-tribal White integration or becoming antagonistic toward one another as this poster would prefer.

    Nor do we need to address supposed moral hurdles imposed by our enemies, as any answer that they would find acceptable would be bad for us. These conversations also incur a time penalty. The first rule is not to play rigged games.

    Not one iota of his historical nor present worldview needs to be so much as acknowledged. We are clearly at war with populations who wish to see our societies deconstructed, our political disenfrachisement, and possibly our actual eradication.

    That's all that we need to know to clarify our action and justify our views. Once we are agreed, as we seem to be, we should no more consider a further discussion than one would consider a discussion where the only possible outcome is either nothing or that you lose one million dollars. We don't have conversations with no upside when we are losing. We only silently work to reverse the losses.

    “No one is swayed. He’s another sentence, a few hundred miles, and one year away (max) from rhetorically satirizing North Africans as Whites.”

    That would be a false premise.

    “We’re focused on our enemies as a larger group.”

    Who is this “we”? Who are “our enemies”? You are speaking in code.

    “without either needing to acknowledge a false history of intra-tribal White integration”

    Of course there was a history of intra-tribal white integration! Why are you observably lying here?

    “Nor do we need to address supposed moral hurdles imposed by our enemies, as any answer that they would find acceptable would be bad for us.”

    Are you not erecting your own “moral hurdles” by insisting that all white people must adhere to Alt Right philosophies, lest they be called “race traitors” and “cucks”?

    “We are clearly at war with populations who wish to see our societies deconstructed, our political disenfrachisement, and possibly our actual eradication.”

    This “war” is a figment of your imagination.

    • Troll: Mr. Rational
  70. @Anon
    That's a function of Boulder, which as a university town generates a bubble. The ski counties also represent an influx of wealthy and retirees from coastal blue regions. This also appears in WY (Teton) and ID (Blaine).

    The real story of the change in CO politics is written in the Denver suburbs. These suburbs are pushing up against the limits of Dirt, and are following the pattern of suburbs nationwide towards globohomo.

    Like in Virginia, the state GOP has a tendency to throw up either unlikeable rural conservatives, or squishy moderates that inspire no one. The Dems also throw up "moderate white guys" as candidates, even the new Governor who is a gay Jew will score as a MWG in the eyes of most voters. The GOP senate candidate in '16 was a black guy that went nowhere against the WASP-Jewish MWG incumbent.

    The grand strategy for the Right is to re-orient the economy so that university towns are no longer the economic lynchpins they represent. Failing that, impose quotas for conservative professors.

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    That’s a rare bright spot–the university towns are going to be in serious trouble during the next downturn and in dire straits when the currency crisis hits.

    • Replies: @Anon
    https://ritholtz.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/pricechanges.png

    Take a look at this chart, there seems to be a stalling out in the increase of textbook prices, a possible indicator that the same could one day happen to tuition. Could possibly be a technological shift, or a push by professors to not demand the new edition every year.

    The higher ed sector has more than its share of bloat. Few can explain why most US degrees take four years, versus three in the UK. Or why it takes three years of law school, when most law students regard the third year as a joke. We also should never let anyone enter as "undecided", especially if there is a push to make the public institutions "tuition-free". It would also help if graduates that don't finish in a certain time are forced to repay the government, which is what happens if you fail out at a service academy and your name isn't John McCain.

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    One of the worst aspects of the Romney campaign was his pledge to give a green card to every foreign graduate student. That would have outsourced immigration policy to universities. Always interesting to note that many university towns have a higher Asian percentage, presumably a link to foreign students and imported professors. (Universities are also notoriously allowed an exemption to the H-1B cap)

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  71. Anon[395] • Disclaimer says:
    @Audacious Epigone
    That's a rare bright spot--the university towns are going to be in serious trouble during the next downturn and in dire straits when the currency crisis hits.

    Take a look at this chart, there seems to be a stalling out in the increase of textbook prices, a possible indicator that the same could one day happen to tuition. Could possibly be a technological shift, or a push by professors to not demand the new edition every year.

    The higher ed sector has more than its share of bloat. Few can explain why most US degrees take four years, versus three in the UK. Or why it takes three years of law school, when most law students regard the third year as a joke. We also should never let anyone enter as “undecided”, especially if there is a push to make the public institutions “tuition-free”. It would also help if graduates that don’t finish in a certain time are forced to repay the government, which is what happens if you fail out at a service academy and your name isn’t John McCain.


    One of the worst aspects of the Romney campaign was his pledge to give a green card to every foreign graduate student. That would have outsourced immigration policy to universities. Always interesting to note that many university towns have a higher Asian percentage, presumably a link to foreign students and imported professors. (Universities are also notoriously allowed an exemption to the H-1B cap)

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    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  72. @Peripatetic Commenter
    Seems people have found a new way to communicate with Trump and Congress about what they want!

    https://www.gofundme.com/TheTrumpWall?viewupdates=1&rcid=r01-154532394133-47ce9a9f83a44f83&utm_source=unz.com

    Almost $10M in 3 days from 164,000 plus people.

    It will go higher and it speaks volumes.

    Where’s the GoFundMe for the James Fields defense fund?

    • Replies: @Mokiki
    GoFundMe refused to host it.
  73. @Joseph Doaks
    Where's the GoFundMe for the James Fields defense fund?

    GoFundMe refused to host it.

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