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  • @Buzz Mohawk
    They are both right. Sessions is a hero on immigration, but God knows what is going on with him and the obvious conspiracy to cancel our election.

    I want to whip him…my fear is: he likes that! He is so annoying…he is not the fighter I thought he was.

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  • @Buzz Mohawk
    They are both right. Sessions is a hero on immigration, but God knows what is going on with him and the obvious conspiracy to cancel our election.

    Sessions is being blackmailed/compromised, etc. because there is no way he would act or behave the he has, for one fracking year +!. if he does not have bad shit attached to his soles, he’s ok. So horrified…that Jeff is a turncoat loser. USA is a wasteland of grifters. USA is Gone.

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  • From my new book review in Taki's Magazine: Blood Simple by Steve Sailer June 13, 2018 Once the reelected Obama administration gave the okay for the diversity industry to begin shaking down Silicon Valley like it does everybody else, we began to read over and over that the reason there are few female tech founders...
  • @Bel Riose
    Ideally, both you and Rosie would also be equipped with a Scold's Bridle.

    yah. get it. But, right now we are in a fight for the future of the integrity of the USA. The forces against the USA are very, very strong. So, let’s not cut down people who support the Trump agenda .

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  • @Bel Riose
    Ideally, both you and Rosie would also be equipped with a Scold's Bridle.

    Do me, baby, do me. Don’t provoke commentators .… if you can : do the work, or, like work, without your parents paying for car insurance, rent, fun money ;) . Let this be a lesson for your dating moves: You are inexperienced…you exposed that, freely…but sooner or later someone suspects you are a leech, a Digger, a parasite. Grow up and get the F out of my sand box.

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  • Jim Flynn of Flynn Effect fame has been pointing out recently that in some places where rising IQ scores were best documented, such as Scandinavian countries with universal male conscription, his namesake phenomenon has seemed to go in reverse in recent years. Now, from PNAS: Flynn effect and its reversal are both environmentally caused Bernt...
  • @Clyde

    Scandoes have been weird about sex and women being more powerful for centuries;
     
    Like you have to tell me!? I saw all five Seasons of Vikings TV series on History channel. Full of strong, fighting, baby dropping women with even a few lesbian kisses each season. But over all the men were dominant.
    That unslick B series is geared to my mind.

    I am a Viking/half farmer-hunterer Finn. I come from the same bay for 2000 years. Our family was traced (Lutheran Church in our district in the 70′s – to 1300′s)) to leave the Baltic shores for the Mediterranean (as far as business) in 1416! The Church, in my home town, made accurate records: when did they die? -and who was important to our town? hahaa, my aunt (she died decades ago) thought it was funny that a thousand years ago, yes, families and town people were arguing over money/inheritance – Oy Vey…indeed. I think Anglos, or whatever ya wanna call them, they argue more over inheritance.

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  • From the New York Times: What happens after 8th grade that makes boys and girls more different? Puberty. The biggest male>female gap in math is in the small Montgomery Township, NJ. ... In the Montgomery Township district in New Jersey, for example, the median household income is $180,000 and the students are about 60 percent...
  • I knew this 10-12 years ago…sigh. Nothing can be done: – this is what I also learned: having, all, male children….I went to the DARK SIDE, quickly, in days, in the early 2000′s. You can home school or send to private schools, as much as you can, but the college apps are a fence when the time comes; there is nothing else, as far as homeschooling – I could never do it, but I admire the parents who can.

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  • From my new book review in Taki's Magazine: Blood Simple by Steve Sailer June 13, 2018 Once the reelected Obama administration gave the okay for the diversity industry to begin shaking down Silicon Valley like it does everybody else, we began to read over and over that the reason there are few female tech founders...
  • Sarah Saunders is a true-blue Shied Maiden. I adore her and want to keep hearing her.

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  • 2% of humans are psychopaths. Check out Hare’s Checklist,…. holy crap!

    No wonder I didn’t trust sooooo many cool people in the 80′s. I read Hare’s Checklist when it was first circulating in “book sales/brick and mortar stores.”

    All of you, need to read stuff and research everyday news thru many platforms…don’t be an idiot.

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  • I knew Theranos was full of crap for years, before I joined the iSteve frat. Despite the fact that I knew she was a loser -liar for years (pretty, white girls , at elite U’s are often bona-fides crazy (recruited by CIA) or having an identity complex, once away, from controlling parents), what really upsets me: she destroyed the idea of : smart Blonde Barbie. A Lagertha doll..maybe even a Rosie, would be sold out at American Girl doll shop in NYC in one hour. Lagertha; complete with axe, knife, sword, scabbard, iron chains, seeds (duh). Rosie: mouth, iPhone with an extra camera: energy, a copy of the Constitution!

    Someday, we will read her obit about all her accomplishments….oh…wait…no, she just disappeared. Is she perhaps living with the tent people in SF.

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    Ideally, both you and Rosie would also be equipped with a Scold's Bridle.
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  • Jim Flynn of Flynn Effect fame has been pointing out recently that in some places where rising IQ scores were best documented, such as Scandinavian countries with universal male conscription, his namesake phenomenon has seemed to go in reverse in recent years. Now, from PNAS: Flynn effect and its reversal are both environmentally caused Bernt...
  • @Clyde
    The native Scandinavian IQ goes down for the same reason in other wealthy nations. Central heating, too much junk food and sugar, too much comfort seeking, too much gazing at LED screens instead of being outside working or playing and sports in the fresh air. Cold fresh air is the most IQ stimulating.
    Scandi IQ decline is not just due to the migrant influx. Norway has fewer of them than Sweden anyway. Probably half the percentage or less.
    Finland the least immigrants
    Norway -second
    Denmark - third
    Sweden the most

    Muslims, because of their strict adherence to the Kuran, don’t belong in Scandinavia – the population of the biggest sausage and pig eaters on the planet!!! hahahhhaaaa. There is no life for them, if, they want to stay Muslim, in the North – if they let their children marry pagans & Lutherans, well, then, I have no argument. But, with Somali’s here, for 20+ years, parallel cultures have evolved. The Muslim women work minimal paying jobs…and the men collect unemployment and child benefits. The women are stuck and the men rob European countries.

    No one likes Muslims or wants them in their country, especially in the North. Scandoes have been weird about sex and women being more powerful for centuries; and, the retrograde beliefs of Muslim men is anathema to Nordic women…well, ugly fat women may complain….sheesh, don’t have an opinion about that! haha!

    Small deal but big deal for Scandoes: hallal – animals suffer and die (to purify the meat) at the hands of these barbaric people. PETA will make war on Muslims before we even know it, haha! The left’s war on religion needs to recognize that Islam is much more, way much more, retrograde to women, gays, atheists…cattle, etc. All religions justify their raison d’ etre.

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    Scandoes have been weird about sex and women being more powerful for centuries;
     
    Like you have to tell me!? I saw all five Seasons of Vikings TV series on History channel. Full of strong, fighting, baby dropping women with even a few lesbian kisses each season. But over all the men were dominant.
    That unslick B series is geared to my mind.
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  • Flynn effect is declining in the Nordic countries due to immigration and refugees from MENA, piling in, with parents of no real skills or language ability. And, formerly homogeneous countries, like Finland, for thousands of years, must develop curricula to absorb multiple languaged-kids. It all sucks, it all sucks – my feelings.

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    Flynn effect is declining in the Nordic countries due to immigration and refugees from MENA, piling in, with parents of no real skills or language ability.
     
    Most likely a big contributor.
    , @Clyde
    The native Scandinavian IQ goes down for the same reason in other wealthy nations. Central heating, too much junk food and sugar, too much comfort seeking, too much gazing at LED screens instead of being outside working or playing and sports in the fresh air. Cold fresh air is the most IQ stimulating.
    Scandi IQ decline is not just due to the migrant influx. Norway has fewer of them than Sweden anyway. Probably half the percentage or less.
    Finland the least immigrants
    Norway -second
    Denmark - third
    Sweden the most
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  • Flynn effect confuses me with Tatu’s facts. I guess I am too tired to care :).

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  • we all know that Europe is going to be forever changed by the influx of of migrants (mostly virile-age men) that Merkel (not a mother/non reproducing person) decided to let in millions of mostly, men, again. The idea of multiculturalism does not work especially, when the immigrant culture does not want to integrate.

    I have seen this. almost 30 years in Scandoland. And, the walls are higher and the violence larger and more sinister. It is like a dam: something is gonna break. Land is land and people respond to the land of their blood. No one, no govt, can make people share their stuff they fought for.

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    The idea of multiculturalism does not work especially, when the immigrant culture does not want to integrate.
     
    Oh, they want to integrate alright. They are very eager to have sexual intercourse with Northern European women. And Nothern European countries are running classes to facilitate that.
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  • With the Canadian Prime Minister's socially constructed eyebrows in the news, it's time to look back on this report from last July. From The Beaverton: Without warning, the Prime Minister put down his guitar and said “Check this, I’m ‘bout to wreck this!” Mr. Trudeau then ran toward the fire, but tripped when his flip...
  • How did this guy ever get elected PM? He is such a dufus. He is so unqualified to talk about World economics, nuclear weapons (for????) even, lamoe climate change???. – more like “climate is changing,” as it has for 1,000,000 years. Earth will wind up looking like dried-up Mars in 300 million years. whatever.

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    How did this guy ever get elected PM?
     
    Justin got elected Liberal leader when the party was at a low ebb and didn't look like it was anywhere near power. When an election was called, the leader of the NDP, then the second-largest party in the legislature, blundered badly by supporting the wearing of niqabs and hijabs when public opinion, especially in Quebec, was going the other way. NDP support cratered, and at the same time Stephen Harper, the Canadian version of George W. Bush, had worn out his welcome by pandering to his financial donors and alienating his base. (Too much immigration, too many "temporary" low-wage visa workers, too much foreign buying of real estate, getting involved in endless Middle Eastern wars, no real attempt to rein in big government ... sound familiar?) Much of Harper's base stayed home and Trudeau's Liberals won a majority in Parliament with 38% of the vote.
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  • From The New Yorker: Liverpool F.C.’s Mohamed Salah, an Arab Muslim Sports Star Subtly Confronting Racism and Islamophobia By Yasmine Al-Sayyad May 25, 2018 In February, boisterous supporters of the English soccer team Liverpool F.C. unveiled a new chant in honor of their star winger, the Egyptian player Mohamed Salah. The fans, who had travelled...
  • @Dave Pinsen
    The FT had a big puff piece on Salah last month too. Then, as Wiseguy mentioned above, Sergio Ramos ripped Salah’s shoulder out of his socket.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=UxCcZe_q1iI&feature=youtu.be

    players retaliate…whether in HS at 15 or 30 on NCAA or WCUP, Olympics…athletes are not normies.

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  • Kadyrov, Putin, FIFA members who are not in jail, players, coaches, owners, towns (new one) are a united betting front against the banks….haha, just kidding…but, gaming is goin’ on. That’s the whole purpose of WCUP…these days. Iceland is the exception – they threw their bankers in jail in 2008.. So, Iceland is the only, virtuous team!

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  • From Vox: Study: telling white people they’ll be outnumbered makes them hate welfare more White racism keeps hurting programs that help the poor. By Dylan [email protected]@vox.com Jun 7, 2018, White people become significantly less likely to support welfare programs when told that black people might benefit from them. That’s a crucial conclusion from a newly...
  • @Almost Missouri
    The real "feature" is that immigration, diversity and the welfare state all undermine western civilization. That they are mutually contradictory is a bug, but one that the globalists assume won't matter until the features have already succeeded.

    You are so correct...yet, so depressing.The irony is: homogeneous cultures had less income inequality (the cause of the decade) than “multiculturalism,” that is now, forced on formerly, homogeneous countries. Globalist bankers are the enemy of all, well, most countries. The sooner the developing countries realize this, the better. The migrants aiming for Europe, for instance, should stay closer to “home.” Europe will become poorer, more violent (like the “shithole countries” they left) and more divided, chaotic, distrustful & fractious…and, more importantly, walled-off of middle-class & poor. Money makes the world go around.

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  • Every four years, the World Festival of Nationalism (the World Cup soccer tournament) rolls around, and Americans are told that soccer is all about cosmopolitanism. From the Washington Post: Martinez is a Mexico-born Conquistador-American opinion journalist. Donald Trump may be the “America First” president, but his youngest son is a rather worldly sports fan. Barron,...
  • @Englishman Abroad
    Good observation about the white-friendliness of soccer, due to the importance of tactics, team discipline, selflessness, and creativity, rather than black-friendly brute physicality or Asian-friendly deviousness/regimentedness.

    The African teams don't have the brains or selflessness, and the Asian teams lack the requisite creativity and sponteneity to dominate the world soccer stage.

    well, that’s the thesis of Vanhanen. There is a lot more to soccer than brute force and quickness.

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  • This whole article just flattens like a squirrel under the wheels of a car in New England. It’s soccer…it is sport; but this journalist obviously, was never good at sport. Trump has nothing to do with this year’s WCUP. This writer should be directing his lame-ass anecdotes to Vladimir. Team Russia may not survive the first game, but, Putin will be fine.

    So tired of every article, in every liberal-biased news, being: anti Trump. Has Trump ever said he cares about soccer? – using Barron, was a low-blow (as a mother: don’t disparage the kids…or I will go after you). Obama was obsessed with March Madness – networks spent millions on his boards and markers! Good Grief – the idiocy and out of touchness of the left is becoming scary…apocalyptic scary…I should probably get a gun :) to protect myself from scary Progressives. They are all so crazy with hate…freaky…and they’re killing themselves…weird.

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  • As we all know, in America we need more immigrants to bring us vibrant restaurant cuisine. In France, where they have pretty good restaurants, they need immigrants to win the World Cup. The NYT reports: In the United States, blacks do well athletically but poorly economically because they live in the inner city instead of...
  • @utu
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3665044/The-Viking-war-chant-originated-Scotland-Iceland-s-mighty-clap-celebration-chants-huh-performed-Euro-2016-wins-inspired-Motherwell-fans.html

    According to Icelandic publication Morgunbladid, who spoke to the Irish Times, the mighty clap originated in the Scottish Premier League.

    But Styrmir Gislason, the head of the Association of Icelandic Football Fans, told Danish newspaper Jyllands Posten, the celebration may have come from a Polish handball team.

    Hahaa! but, because the clapping and drum are effective…..everyone insists it was part of their culture for thousands of years! I’m gonna give it up for Iceland – I adore underdog teams.

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  • It's hard to keep track of the supporting arguments these days, yet the overall policy proposal is always the same. From Nature: And yet Carl Zimmer's new book on heredity She Has Her Mother's Laugh, explains that genetic variation is so trifling -- a mere 15%! -- that we should just ignore race. Which is...
  • @Steve Sailer
    The advantage of males over females in thoroughbred racing is only something like 1%. A few female horses have won the Kentucky Derby.

    Their lifestyle before domestication probably wasn't that much different.

    hahhaaaaaaaa

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  • @Lagertha
    OT...unusual for me! But, this was amazing. Rider; Trump should do a bigee for a "good Mexican immigrant" - although from 50 years ago!! haha, like me! ...and, forget: trashy Pennsylvania. Celebrate New Mexico (jockey), Kentucky and California ( trainer, Baffert's home). It's all so multicultural my head was about to burst until, Bob Costas made no mention about the Chinese guy (he shared the trophy & winnings& the ugliest, evah, trophy for Triple Crown' ...like, evah. They did get some nice Longines. I feel so happy for the horse, Justify, that just likes to run!


    www.metrolyrics.com/run-for-the-roses-lyrics-dan-fogelberg.html

    Triple Crown Winner! for God’s sake! http://www.metrolyrics.com/run-for-the-roses-lyrics-dan-fogelberg.html

    the odds of horses of one trainer winning within 3 years is just wonderful and weird. and, there was that very slow 40+ years in the 70′s before that. I am celebrating! Horses are less juiced/less hormoned since the 80′s…..there you go…

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  • OT…unusual for me! But, this was amazing. Rider; Trump should do a bigee for a “good Mexican immigrant” – although from 50 years ago!! haha, like me! …and, forget: trashy Pennsylvania. Celebrate New Mexico (jockey), Kentucky and California ( trainer, Baffert’s home). It’s all so multicultural my head was about to burst until, Bob Costas made no mention about the Chinese guy (he shared the trophy & winnings& the ugliest, evah, trophy for Triple Crown’ …like, evah. They did get some nice Longines. I feel so happy for the horse, Justify, that just likes to run!

    http://www.metrolyrics.com/run-for-the-roses-lyrics-dan-fogelberg.html

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    Triple Crown Winner! for God's sake! www.metrolyrics.com/run-for-the-roses-lyrics-dan-fogelberg.html

    the odds of horses of one trainer winning within 3 years is just wonderful and weird. and, there was that very slow 40+ years in the 70's before that. I am celebrating! Horses are less juiced/less hormoned since the 80's.....there you go...

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  • As we all know, in America we need more immigrants to bring us vibrant restaurant cuisine. In France, where they have pretty good restaurants, they need immigrants to win the World Cup. The NYT reports: In the United States, blacks do well athletically but poorly economically because they live in the inner city instead of...
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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3665044/The-Viking-war-chant-originated-Scotland-Iceland-s-mighty-clap-celebration-chants-huh-performed-Euro-2016-wins-inspired-Motherwell-fans.html

    According to Icelandic publication Morgunbladid, who spoke to the Irish Times, the mighty clap originated in the Scottish Premier League.

    But Styrmir Gislason, the head of the Association of Icelandic Football Fans, told Danish newspaper Jyllands Posten, the celebration may have come from a Polish handball team.
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  • Players switch countries because they like to win the World Cup.
    https:/youtu.be/X_cwcTNGp3U

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  • Conundrum…and annoyingly mysterious for SJW’s who want to keep up the mantra: white, guys, bad. Iceland, is my favorite team now! hahaa Iceland will provide the “wow factor” this time, for the American fans. Everybody loves Iceland. It is just soccer, after all. It does not matter where you grew up.

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  • Conundrum…and annoyingly mysterious for SJW’s who want to keep up the mantra: white, guys, bad. Iceland, is my favorite team now! hahaa Iceland will provide the “wow factor” this time, for the American fans. Everybody loves Iceland.

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  • From the New York Times: Pitting minority against minority is just wrong. In contrast, pitting all minorities against whites is The Arc of the Moral Universe Bending Toward Justice. If they can afford "years of test prep" are they really that poor? People in New York
  • @Twinkie

    I have been looking forward to the war between the East Asians and everyone else
     
    They would be crushed! They have the smallest population and the weakest political affiliation/party ID (which means the weakest political clout).

    Mr. Sailer is right about this. They would be wise to be junior partners in the white party than junior partners in the black party. The really fun question is, are Hispanics better off in the white party or in the black party?

    I agree with you & Steve. I am just waiting for East Asians to finally make a stink about it, publicly, that a revered institution is being forced ( by liberals) to lower the academic achievement standards in order to accept more Latinos and blacks. Don’t know how far they got with the Harvard lawsuit – there’s been no news.

    During my years at some sporting events, East Asians were quite comfortable to gripe about college admissions and how it was unfair to “smart students,” – exact words….because: diversity quotas. I hope this is the year that they realize that everyone but conservatives/Republicans, are against them…and white kids. My sons have many East Asian (and Indian) friends, and lowering standards, whether it is for Stuyvesant or SV CS jobs, is definitely being discussed.

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    I agree with you & Steve. I am just waiting for East Asians to finally make a stink about it, publicly, that a revered institution is being forced ( by liberals) to lower the academic achievement standards in order to accept more Latinos and blacks.
     
    And whites...
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  • Various states have been having elections. What happened and why?
  • People are turning against Bolshevism.

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  • @Steve Sailer
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=difiivmH-LU

    Looks so cheesy, now. It’s weird how the MS13 guys kinda’ emulate this guy in the scenes. Rodriguez is forgotten.

    Trump’s election has caused confusion for Latinos. No one is willing to take him on, or wage war against Angloes. Of course, they will keep poisoning vulnerable people with heroin & meth, but, policy-wise, there is no real voice of outrage coming from Mexico, or the rest of SA.

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    See VDare on this, Lagertha, especially Allan Wall, who, having lived there for a decade with his family, knows Mexico. The politicians are battling each other over who hates Trump most. Then again, politicians in every country spout out the BS, so maybe the Mexican people don't care much .... excepting newly-Mexicanized Fredrico Reedodissimo, of course.
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  • I have been looking forward to the war between the East Asians and everyone else, in NYC, CA, anywhere, where Americans are fighting over their actual allegiance to America :) . Everyone here, knows, I want IQ tests, and, only respect tests..so, it’s gonna be fun to see how subtle people can be! So glad my children are far gone from HS.

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    I have been looking forward to the war between the East Asians and everyone else
     
    They would be crushed! They have the smallest population and the weakest political affiliation/party ID (which means the weakest political clout).

    Mr. Sailer is right about this. They would be wise to be junior partners in the white party than junior partners in the black party. The really fun question is, are Hispanics better off in the white party or in the black party?
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  • I sometimes use Social Justice Jihadi. Or how about this?
  • The Whiny Children of the Elite.

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    Reminds me of Bill Ayers, son of the CEO of Chicago’s Comm Ed power company.
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  • High-end golf has kind of given up on the Tiger Woods Era dream of diversity and the mass market, and is turning into a sort of WASP ethnic pride parade. At present, the rather artificial-looking courses built by the strong-willed pioneer American designer Charles Blair Macdonald a century ago are the height of chic once...
  • Everyone in the world, still watches the numerous tournaments in the USA.
    What’s not to love?: young against old, country against country. Golf...can’t even, be ever egalitarian, oh…but it ifails, wrose. There will still be way too many fights at cocktail hour…but perhaps, that is the remote directors arguing with the ones who sit in trailers/broadcast rigs.

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  • The New York Times alerts us to the Sinister North Dakota Housewife Menace: The Housewives of White Supremacy By Annie Kelly Ms. Kelly is a Ph.D. student researching the impact of digital cultures on anti-feminism and the far right. June 1, 2018 In a podcast interview posted last spring, Nicole Jorgenson, a singer and former...
  • Ms. Kelly, clearly, has not had enough sex (or any, perhaps just quality sex) in her early lifetime. She is so pathetic by trying to analyze other women’s (her contemporaries) libido. To each their own, was lost on her, I suppose.

    It is sad, but as much as she makes fun of Incels, or Norwegians ( so funny – I knew she was a total idiot loser at that point) – she so much, does not deserve my sons (or ever having decent sex & someone caring about her) – she will never be good enough), she simply has not “been taken.” She has never lived that Gothic Novel experience….and, she is pissed off about it! – how dare those women act happily married! What a dumb ass.

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  • From the LA Times: How did Nixon afford this? Note that when Nixon bought it in 1969, he more or less enjoyed control of almost 30 acres, not just the current 5.5 acres, most of which has since been subd
  • @Steve Sailer
    Howard Hughes was a rich kid whose dad's great invention -- the effective oil well drill bit -- threw off immense amounts of cash without Howard having to spend time in Houston managing Hughes Tool. So it allowed him to be off in the West doing things that struck him as cool -- make movies, build the world's biggest plane, build a vessel to retrieve a Soviet nuclear sub from the bottom of the ocean -- without having to worry too much about whether each wild project would make money.

    Plus he was increasingly crazy.

    “build a vessel to retrieve a Soviet nuclear sub from the”…blah, blah – sometimes, it is time to leave…I get it.

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glomar_Explorer
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  • Recently, I mentioned that modern America seems to be drifting toward Rule By Actresses in which the complaints and antics of actresses dominate public affairs. While not unknown in history (e.g., Peronista Argentina), this is a fairly novel concept in human thought judging by how not only is there no Greek or Latin word for...
  • @Rosamond Vincy
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5784985/Donald-Trump-Jr-retweets-Roseanne-Barrs-anti-Semitic-tweets.html

    As others have pointed out, Barr was raised Jewish. If she can't call notorious collaborator Soros a Nazi, who can?

    Exactly – Roseanne was red-pilled long ago. She is apologized for her joke. But, Valerie was the mastermind behind the slogan: Change is Coming.

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  • From the LA Times: How did Nixon afford this? Note that when Nixon bought it in 1969, he more or less enjoyed control of almost 30 acres, not just the current 5.5 acres, most of which has since been subd
  • @Buzz Mohawk
    Those friends basically bought the property twice so Dick could end up owning his 5 or 6 acres with a small mortgage. First they financed his purchase of the whole thing, and then they bought acreage from him for almost as much as he owed them.

    One of the friends, Robert Abplanalp, was an engineer who invented the aerosol spray can valve.

    In Europe, after WW2, anyone who “had the Right Stuff,” or, was a patriot, was given a house, or at least, given the down-payment for a mortgage, by his “brothers”. Real estate/homes/were a lasting, tangible tribute given by people who had become enriched by the policies/the moves of that one guy. Now, that guy needs help: so, everybody can feel good about themselves if we do the right thing. Deep pockets & good friends are good, when you are in deep doodoo. It always works.

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    That's a good point.

    I know a family with a 400-acre farm that was given to their ancestor for fighting in the Revolutionary War.
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  • Recently, I mentioned that modern America seems to be drifting toward Rule By Actresses in which the complaints and antics of actresses dominate public affairs. While not unknown in history (e.g., Peronista Argentina), this is a fairly novel concept in human thought judging by how not only is there no Greek or Latin word for...
  • @Lot
    Jarret has that one magic drop of blood that makes a joke about her unforgivable.

    https://www.usmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/valerie-jarrett-speaks-out-about-e28098roseannee28099-cancellation.jpg

    I so wanna type – but VJ is central to so much stuff.

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  • The death of novelist Philip Roth has led to an explosion of Jews debating in the New York Times whether or not Philip Roth was good for the Jews. From the New York Times: She is from Short Hills, which Time claimed in 2014 was "the richest town in America." Uh ... feel free to...
  • @Lagertha
    https://youtu.be/3AtDnEC4zak

    Forgot to mention: Charlie's mom was Jewish; his dad, not. Charlie went to Red Bank Catholic HS, in NJ. Look up Wikipedia on him: he has perfect pitch with no voice lessons...very unusual.

    He also, perhaps, fell for Selena, and just despised the Canadian, Bieber, for hurting Selena...he fell off the rails for a year - he just turned 26. Here's his latest: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/16/arts/music/charlie-puth-voicenotes-interview.html

    Click on all the Japanese, Korean, and Chinese singing on to this hit! too numerous to type in!

    The reason I played Charlie’s songs is that it gives the people here, who don’t have Millennial children, an understanding that Millennials see things differently than we do (anyone over 45). But, they still want and hope for the same things. It’s Beach Boys and Blondie 30-50 years later. The irony, for men, as an immigrant, as a woman, and Uni educated, is so well…ironic :). We are still steps away from caves we came from.

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  • @Lagertha
    For your listening pleasure. Young man, Charlie, is a friend.

    https://youtu.be/CwfoyVa980U

    I so feel like Charlie looks like a young iSteve Sailer!, haha! he has the same gentle angst. Read his Wiki – he is sort of a, male, Taylor.

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  • @Lagertha
    well, nobody is perfect, haha! Thought Jorma's Grandfather, once off of Ellis Island, he settled in Jersey. Maybe I am wrong, but I heard this in 1975. All Finns in the North East pretty much knew the "social assembly" houses, like Imatra, in the 60's and earlier. Imatra was the central social place for S. NY, NJ. Fitchburg, MA, and Voluntown, CT for N.England.

    Imatra was in Sunset Heights in Brooklyn. I will send photos of me from the annual Miss Finland USA pageant, there, however, I was a kid, not a contestant, but the pageant continues in Lake Worth, FL.

    Watch the video, it is really good.

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  • @Lagertha
    For your listening pleasure. Young man, Charlie, is a friend.

    https://youtu.be/CwfoyVa980U

    Forgot to mention: Charlie’s mom was Jewish; his dad, not. Charlie went to Red Bank Catholic HS, in NJ. Look up Wikipedia on him: he has perfect pitch with no voice lessons…very unusual.

    He also, perhaps, fell for Selena, and just despised the Canadian, Bieber, for hurting Selena…he fell off the rails for a year – he just turned 26. Here’s his latest: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/16/arts/music/charlie-puth-voicenotes-interview.html

    Click on all the Japanese, Korean, and Chinese singing on to this hit! too numerous to type in!

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    The reason I played Charlie's songs is that it gives the people here, who don't have Millennial children, an understanding that Millennials see things differently than we do (anyone over 45). But, they still want and hope for the same things. It's Beach Boys and Blondie 30-50 years later. The irony, for men, as an immigrant, as a woman, and Uni educated, is so well...ironic :). We are still steps away from caves we came from.
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  • @Lagertha
    For your listening pleasure. Young man, Charlie, is a friend.

    https://youtu.be/CwfoyVa980U

    So Japanese & Koreans love Charlie: https://youtu.be/WnAThlrpLiU and, this is the song with Selena Gomez: https:/youtu.be 3AtDnEC4zak

    Forgot to mention: Charlie’s mom was Jewish; his dad, not. Charlie went to Red Bank Catholic HS, in NJ. Look up Wikipedia on him: he has perfect pitch with no voice lessons…very unusual.

    He also, perhaps, fell for Selena, and just despised the Canadian, Bieber, for hurting Selena…he fell off the rails for a year – he just turned 26. Here’s his latest: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/16/arts/music/charlie-puth-voicenotes-interview.html

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  • @Ripple Earthdevil
    Jorma Kaukonen is from Washington DC, not New Jersey, but of course became famous while living in San Francisco as the lead guitarist of Jefferson Airplane. He also happens to be Jewish on his mother's side and fairly recently began embracing his Jewish roots.

    well, nobody is perfect, haha! Thought Jorma’s Grandfather, once off of Ellis Island, he settled in Jersey. Maybe I am wrong, but I heard this in 1975. All Finns in the North East pretty much knew the “social assembly” houses, like Imatra, in the 60′s and earlier. Imatra was the central social place for S. NY, NJ. Fitchburg, MA, and Voluntown, CT for N.England.

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    Imatra was in Sunset Heights in Brooklyn. I will send photos of me from the annual Miss Finland USA pageant, there, however, I was a kid, not a contestant, but the pageant continues in Lake Worth, FL.

    Watch the video, it is really good.

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  • @Lagertha
    So, maybe your HS friends's progeny, hits is big, like mine: I so like his songs. His father was a wonderful man...I should say boy. Memories

    https://youtu.be/BxuY9FET9Y4

    https://youtu.be/nfs8NYg7yQM

    don’t hurt.

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  • ok, you laughed enough on my account. But, you both need to tone it down….I see it – do you see it? They, the bad THEY: want to fool young adults. We live in volatile times

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  • fix it Steve, or Ron, this is the child of my friend, and he is famous, so fix it. ok, sorry…I don’t gove a shit about me, but, any blowback to people who are innocent – you know?
    ok, duh, depressing and real.

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  • So, maybe your HS friends’s progeny, hits is big, like mine: I so like his songs. His father was a wonderful man…I should say boy. Memories

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    don't hurt.
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  • For your listening pleasure. Young man, Charlie, is a friend.

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    Ah, Charlie Puth. Another product of (((networking)))
    , @Lagertha
    So Japanese & Koreans love Charlie: https://youtu.be/WnAThlrpLiU and, this is the song with Selena Gomez: https:/youtu.be 3AtDnEC4zak

    Forgot to mention: Charlie's mom was Jewish; his dad, not. Charlie went to Red Bank Catholic HS, in NJ. Look up Wikipedia on him: he has perfect pitch with no voice lessons...very unusual.

    He also, perhaps, fell for Selena, and just despised the Canadian, Bieber, for hurting Selena...he fell off the rails for a year - he just turned 26. Here's his latest: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/16/arts/music/charlie-puth-voicenotes-interview.html
    , @Lagertha
    https://youtu.be/3AtDnEC4zak

    Forgot to mention: Charlie's mom was Jewish; his dad, not. Charlie went to Red Bank Catholic HS, in NJ. Look up Wikipedia on him: he has perfect pitch with no voice lessons...very unusual.

    He also, perhaps, fell for Selena, and just despised the Canadian, Bieber, for hurting Selena...he fell off the rails for a year - he just turned 26. Here's his latest: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/16/arts/music/charlie-puth-voicenotes-interview.html

    Click on all the Japanese, Korean, and Chinese singing on to this hit! too numerous to type in!

    , @Lagertha
    I so feel like Charlie looks like a young iSteve Sailer!, haha! he has the same gentle angst. Read his Wiki - he is sort of a, male, Taylor.
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  • New Jersey is tough for Jewish young men, since 1960: sooo many blondes (generations of immigrants from Scandi/E. Europe/N. Europe). Bikini & surf culture and weird Jersey shore culture in Asbury (poor man’s A.C. ) since the late 50′s, and, of course, rock culture (Bruce, Bon Govi, Hot Tuna, Kaukonen ! – 2nd gen Finn; no language skills – I asked decades ago!) …and, now Charlie Puth). Jewish men like Roth saw assimilation as a means to an end. The melting pot was a reality, so to speak. Roth was fine with Jewish people linking up with some main-line Christians…the boring Christians :). And, Roth, did not live the Jewish expectations to perpetuate the line…whatever it is

    Because my beloved mother died recently, I have thought about assimilation, and what that really means, for years (my parents were never citizens – too long to explain – they never voted; so relax, my haters) for many families I knew in Jersey. Many were 1st generation immigrants. However, the “old Europe” was never out of the veins of the parents and even, grandparents of my neighbors and friends in HS in Jersey (we lived in a beautiful part of the country) and, we all want success and legacies of success. Many people I knew, even when I was in grade school, came from nothing. I was always awed by that. Yeah…sounds so cloying and bs, but when I was 13 selling GS cookies, a lot of old couples insisted on lecturing me about: ” always vote for a Republican.”

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    Jorma Kaukonen is from Washington DC, not New Jersey, but of course became famous while living in San Francisco as the lead guitarist of Jefferson Airplane. He also happens to be Jewish on his mother's side and fairly recently began embracing his Jewish roots.
    , @Hibernian
    My experience with a similar millieu is that there was a steady decrease over time in the number who would say always vote for a Democrat. My father took that position his entire life; he passed away in 2012.
    , @Anon
    I imagine comparing Jewish women with Polish & German blondes or brunettes can be pretty disheartening.
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  • Your comments?
  • @Anonymous
    The qanon people claim that Trump has already met with Kim. This seems batsh*t crazy to me, but I've been steadily moving towards the view the things they say really aren't so crazy at all. Maybe I am entirely deluded, but I am not sure. I used to regard Trump as a degenerate imbecile, but I actually voted for him, and was ecstatic when he won. Life is complex.

    it’s weird when you realize that you are not crazy.

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  • @anonymous
    Oh, come on. Mr. Sailer has striven since 2015 to avoid planting his feet when it comes to Trump.

    Because, he is not an idiot, like you d*ck wad….if you actually, have a d%$k. Or, you may be really messed up about your particular gender.

    You have wasted your entire life to figure out what makes you happy, am I right? BTW, how many millions do you have in the bank? No one likes you or prays for you, at the end of the night? – right? – you know I am right. Get outta here!

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  • @Yak-15
    My pet theory is that Trump showed Kim some NSA hacked documents showing China’s specific invasions plan with evidence that its execution was imminent.

    He basically told Kim that China is about to end North Korean independence, negotiate with me or it’s over.

    Whatever Trump has, he is milking it. This is a sound strategy.

    that makes sense.

    Can someone pass the popcorn and drinks – this is the most exciting week of our lives! Soooo many villains! I thought the 80′s were depraved and dangerous – this is so much better!

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  • In most countries, the national Green Party has become a leftist identity politics party for bourgeois folks who find Communists too sweaty. In Mexico, however, the Ecologist Green Party of Mexico, which holds a not insignificant 34 of the 500 seats in the Chamber of Deputies (not that non-Presidente power matters all that much in...
  • @bomag
    I recall a real estate article circa 2006 eagerly stating that one million acres of farmland was being paved over every year to make way for development in the U.S.

    There's several hundred million acres of farmland on the books in this country; we could expand into currently marginal areas; 2006 was the housing bubble; but it looks like a starkly finite thing, with a Malthusian convergence on the radar.

    yes, sad and true.

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  • @Anon
    Trump's letter: https://www.cnn.com/2018/05/24/politics/donald-trump-letter-kim-jong-un/index.html

    Embarrassing.

    duh. Part of the problem is: most journalists, today’s youngish politicians, and parasitic lawyers, were toddlers in the 80′s. The 80′s were crazy-town…every day – and, New York City ruled. Trump was battling in the 80′s, with the usual stuff developers battle with. Like a cat, he always landed on his feet. He is a product of when the USA was the most amazing. In a few short years…NYC became debauched, (remembering Wolfe & Roth), and cynical. Haha, we are still cynical.

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  • sheesh. I met Trump in the crazy 80′s – bff parents were real estate developers. And, he was very ordinary…good manners – we were recent grads. He never, ever, flirted with young chicks.

    He is just playing Kim. Art of the Deal was a book, not a sentence. Stuff is changing, right now.

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  • @Achmed E. Newman
    OK, I may have put this up 2 or 3 times already (sorry Ron Unz, but it's just a link I guess, no storage.)

    It's just that every time some Englishman on this blog mentions the ex-Home Secretary Jack Straw, I get Jack Straw from Wichita in my head for days on end! Okee-dokey, from Europe '72:

    "Leavin' Texas, fourth day of July,
    the sun so hot, the clouds so low,
    the eagles filled the sky.
    Catch the Detroit Lightning out of Sante Fe,
    the Great Northern out of Cheyenne
    from sea to shining sea ..."


    Beautiful.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAv71VbdkBc

    recorded their gig at Melkweg in the autumn of 1981! Do you remember when it was illegal to record?, haha, I had good audio knowledge!

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  • @Achmed E. Newman
    As a matter of fact, I do remember the "Are babies racist?" post.

    You bring up another good point - we may get a pet or two soon (it's been a while), and I I may paint one vehicle, and I've been thinking "where does one get lots of extra big pieces of paper nowadays?" Seriously. The newspaper people quit even throwing the ads onto the property - partly because I kept throwing it back onto the road (not MY litter). Have I burned my bridges?

    I can't recall seeing a newspaper on a lawn in quite a while. What a conundrum!

    I live in New England…we get newspapers we don’t even want or pay for!

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  • @Achmed E. Newman
    Yeah, 20-39 is a big window in my opinion.

    Let’s say that 16-25 are the prime years, when a women is like the magnolia flower at it’s best. A window that once could call still pretty-reasonable child-bearing years would be on from 26 through 36. After that, the nature gives up and asks science to take over.

    I was trying to be generous to women who walk on, to our little world.

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  • In most countries, the national Green Party has become a leftist identity politics party for bourgeois folks who find Communists too sweaty. In Mexico, however, the Ecologist Green Party of Mexico, which holds a not insignificant 34 of the 500 seats in the Chamber of Deputies (not that non-Presidente power matters all that much in...
  • @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
    They should be - one only has to take a casual trip around the 'Greater Toronto Area' to see the devastating effects of immigration on the environment. All wildlife being destroyed to built housing.

    You think an Indian is going to buy a chic condo downtown? Hell no, they take up as much space and land as possible.

    Development of housing is obviously, going to destroy open land. Sooner or later, American cities will be like Calcutta, Mogadishu, etc. Sierra club is a piece of whale shit…and the Whales agree. All large animals, in Africa/Asia will be dead in my lifetime…so sad about this.

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    I recall a real estate article circa 2006 eagerly stating that one million acres of farmland was being paved over every year to make way for development in the U.S.

    There's several hundred million acres of farmland on the books in this country; we could expand into currently marginal areas; 2006 was the housing bubble; but it looks like a starkly finite thing, with a Malthusian convergence on the radar.

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  • From the NYT: Let's try CTRL-F "gay." Zip ... How about CTRL-F "homosexual"? Zip ...
  • To Rosie: Your post should read: Why are women fighting over something they didn’t care about since…now? Or, women who could not spend $500,000/yr?

    Everyone in HWD and NYC feels for Regina, but, Harvey ruined the Narrative, and, potentially, her life & her kids future of “fitting in”. Now, all women are in free-fall – are they material girl/working girl/SJW girl/organic farm girl/coding girl/extreme sport girl/boring, regular girl/hometown girl?

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  • From The Algemeiner, a right of center Jewish publication: The top of the list with their estimated percentages of Jewish students: And selected others from their Top 40 Worst for Jews: Generally speaking, the worst colleges for Jews according to The Algemeiner are heavily Jewish, heavily progressive colleges. The Algemeiner’s 2nd Annual List of the...
  • @Steve Sailer
    Wesleyan is a real pipeline to Hollywood. I know a guy who has a lower level entertainment industry career because he went to Wesleyan because he's a devout liberal Methodist and wound up getting a job from some college friend who became a junior mogul.

    haha…you know, I can’t even go there. However, Wes is having issues with anti-Israel stuff right now…and it is growing – big problem for Roth – he is so squirming: suddenly, minorities and regular students realized just how much $$$ was spent on National Security/Pentagon/CIA blah, blah. I would like to make a bet that Roth (if Trump wins a 2nd term) will retire. He is the worst traitor of the students that once attended Wes, or the….the freaking founders of Wes. I am so ashamed of the Uni these days.

    USA could have free college and great infrastructure/airports/schools/cool neighborhoods with pools and all ( just like Finland)/streets without potholes for god’s sake, if we didn’t give the NSA & Wall Street bankers, World Bankers, and CEO’s, shareholders of corps, , 770 billion dollars this year for defense. Scandi countries (except Finland) have no armies/navies/air force, btw.

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  • @Rosamond Vincy
    No, it shouldn't "be better" by now. Grief may be ameliorated by time, but it never goes away.

    Thank You. Your words were so lovely.

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    Been there. Not done with it yet.
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  • @Rosie

    I read in one of your other comments that you have six children, which is admirable, and that you are worried about the world your kids are growing up in. Welcome to the club!
     
    Well, thank you, though I'm not exactly new. I've been in this thing for a good while, much longer than these Gen Z incel.

    FWIW, I don't care if you men think you're superior. There's nothing wrong with that. We are different, and of course we see our own ways as the default, or even the best. The trouble is that some people, like Pericles above, are using their armchair bullshit artistry to justify "White Sharia" and "thotpatrol." As the kids say, I'm going to "countersignal" that.

    Pericles is trolling you – you set yourself up! – you must pull yourself together. You could never make Shield Maiden even if you think you are so grrrrl power feminist. You actually, don’t understand men. But, I get it, you have 6 kids, so perhaps, you never had as may bf’s as me, or were out of work; or underworking as I was, in the 80′s, low-pay as the economy had crashed…many women & men.

    I see that now, because of the parry & riposte of the men here, are so lost on you. It is not to hurt your ideas. If you want to battle the liberals in the next 3 decades, you gotta be tough.

    (sheesh, could all of you guys have told me this, like, what? when?) A few years ago I was just one of few women on Steve Island. I was not a Ginger or a MaryAnne…Lagertha was new, so, yeah, finally a woman with weapons and courage, and, from my culture.

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  • @Achmed E. Newman
    Yes, 25 is near the beginning of the decline in fertility... not a math gal, I'm gonna assume. I've got experience in this, and once you get toward the mid-30's but especially just 2 or 3 short years later toward 38, there are 4 aspects of pregnancy that are much worse than at 25 or even-moreso 2o y/o:

    1) It's lots harder to conceive.
    2) There's a lot more chance of miscarriage during pregnancy.
    3) Childbirth is much more of a painful process (especially if this is # 1) and with a somewhat greater chance for problems.
    4) There is a significantly greater chance of something tragically wrong with the baby.

    Read Feminism 101 - It's not nice to fool Mother Nature! - here's an excerpt

    I asked a 24 year-old babysitter who had her own baby too, how difficult it was to pop out the little one, since we were a good bit older as parents. "Pretty easy, no problem". "Kinda like taking a dump?" I asked (sorry for the language). "Yeah, pretty much." ...
     

    gonna back you up, Achmed: the fertility/biological situation has not changed.

    I was lucky, in my 30′s…but, had 2 miscarriages (heartbreaking) before I had my sons -had my eldest at 38. My Scandi doctors (family) now say that the rate of autism and all kinds of bad health sh*t is due to women and men waiting until their 40′s. If I had not met my husband, accidently, after crashing & burning at least, 3 times in the crazy 80′s, I would not have children. It is a small window: 20-39…for a truly, healthy baby, including intellectual health according to Finnish & Danish researchers.

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    Yeah, 20-39 is a big window in my opinion.

    Let’s say that 16-25 are the prime years, when a women is like the magnolia flower at it’s best. A window that once could call still pretty-reasonable child-bearing years would be on from 26 through 36. After that, the nature gives up and asks science to take over.
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  • @Spirit of the FIghting 69th
    A real surprise eh? The gay men might be better at running the business end in spite of being homosexuals. A designer acquaintance complained she couldn't meet men in NYC. Flash of the obvious: expand your social circle to where hetrosexuals congregate.

    soccer, golf, basketball, hockey, whatever, at Pier 1. Soccer is the easiest.

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  • @Pericles
    If your wife copies modern art for a hobby, watch out. (It's the same, er, incident.)

    After the flip, Bill Gross tried to make arrangements for the piece to be transferred from his ­Laguna Beach, Calif., house to his ex-wife, sources told The Post.

    But the ex-Mrs. Gross said that was unnecessary — she already had taken the real thing.

    ...

    In November testimony, the ex-wife readily admitted to swiping the Picasso, citing an e-mail Bill sent to her where he instructed her to “take all the furniture and art that you’d like.”

    “And so I did,” she said.

    But it wasn’t quite that simple, as testimony revealed the ex-wife’s prowess for both painting and artful deception.

    “Well, you didn’t take it and leave an empty spot on the wall, though, did you?” lawyers for Bill Gross asked.

    “No,” Sue responded.

    “You replaced it with a fake?” the lawyer asked.

    “Well, it was a painting I painted,” Sue responded.

    “A replication of the Picasso?” the lawyer asked.

    “A replication, yes,” Sue answered.

    “And it had the Picasso signature and everything, didn’t it?” the lawyer asked.

    “Not exactly . . .” she said.

    “Whose signature was it? Sue Gross?” the lawyer asked.

    “I don’t remember how I signed it. Bill will remember because I painted it at home years ago,” she said.

    “Did you tell him that you took the Picasso?” the lawyer asked.

    “No. We didn’t speak for a year and a half,” she answered just before the line of questioning turned to a 7-foot, 300-pound rabbit sculpture she also admitted taking.

     

    https://nypost.com/2018/05/11/wife-hung-fake-picasso-after-taking-real-thing-amid-contentious-divorce/

    Her work was probably better!

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  • @Rosie

    because you simply do not like the natural truths the men here, as well as many of the women here, understand and represent.
     
    I can't speak for other commenters, but I certainly do not like things that are said here about women. I also sincerely think they are unproven and probably false or at the very least exaggerated.

    try not to be so wishy-washy…scroll-down to my comments. You are very welcome, here, Rosie, just don’t waste time fighting with people who share your general view of what is going on in the world.

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  • @Rosie

    women do pick the richest guy – hypergamy rules – basic anthropology 101.
     
    I don't think I've ever claimed that wealth isn't attractive, only that women can and do fall in love with and marry poor men. Moreover, they are more likely to do this if they are assured that their loyalty and sacrifice will be rewarded.

    Men never reneged, btw,…they got ridiculed/marginlaized for decades by the false “women’s movement."
     
    What I'm saying is that women started pursuing careers in masse in part because men were seen as unreliable providers, including by other men. If you object to calling that "reneging," fine. It doesn't matter to me either way. My point is simply that I object to the so-called "men's movement" complaining about both women's access to paid employment and alimony obligations at the same time.

    I agree with you that (1) men have been ridiculed/marginalized for decades, and (2) the women's movement is false.


    You are young – this is not some post-college/grad school forum, btw, where you get to battle with people for fun.
     
    I am a middle-aged mother of six who is here trying to save the alt-Right from itself.

    This is more of a legion of “pen-pals,” who are communicating/commiserating about what is going so horribly wrong in our present American/World society.
     
    That's just it. Many of the men here are not actually commiserating about what has gone so horribly wrong in society. They are obsessing over distractions at best, and deliberately deepening the wedge between White men and women at worst for some reason that I can't figure out.

    I assure you, this is not a game for me. It is deadly serious. I have children who are countries on these men to secure their future.

    i know this is a jerk-move, but it is: en masse

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  • @Pericles

    Give it up Rosie. This is the most misogynistic political site I’ve ever seen in my life.

     

    Dear madam, could I at all interest you in White Sharia or thotpatrolling?

    touche’….brilliant, bro, I adore Rosie, but she needs to be “spanked” in a good way – maybe that husband she mentions, can get an opportunity. However, I do find her delightful because she likes to fight – she believes in her principles; she just hasn’t realized that we get it.

    It took me a while (duh, haha!) to not fight with Steve’s commenters; and realize I must fight against the people that he is outraged by! I think, the site is brilliant in that weak people/easily offended people/strident/crazy/messed-up people will stick their toe in but run away forever. Rosie will learn soon enough. She needs to spend more time with those 6 children and not be drawn to the crack that is iSteve.

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  • @Pericles

    Do we agree that husband and wife are a team or not?

     

    More importantly, does she?

    haha, Pericles, don’t get all wussy-assed Swedish on us all :) …Rosie probably admires the Swedish/Scandi respect for women, and all that free stuff; but is soooo not aware of current Swedes: ‘Ragnar Lothbrok’ – American women’s fantasy; current Mohammed; emasculated Lars; or Sons of Odin – would just confuse her.

    No, offense, Rosie, just playin’ with the regulars, tonight. However, seriously, most of the men you disagree/argue with, have families, wives, grandkids. I lived and learned. Yeah, they may seem misogynistic, but they’re speaking in general terms, not personal terms. Most, if not all, love and respect women; this is a world-wide bunch, and growing.

    However, I don’t like most women – don’t trust them. I have a very nice family, and I loved my parents….but my “red pill” was the future that I fear for my, now, adult sons. I am almost, one of those mothers, who say: no American woman is good enough for my son.

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  • @Achmed E. Newman
    I like all of your sentiments herein.

    Aaahhh, if I weren't married, and you weren't in love with Steve Sailer ... *


    * Yeah, I know now, because you admitted to reading the NY Times. I don't know anyone else in the world who reads the NY Times - you two must be soul mates.

    haha! I’m tired of the term: red-pilled, but…I realized that the steady march towards Cultural Marxism had started in full force between the Bush & Obama terms (it started much earlier, but I didn’t “get it,” yet). NYT/WaPO, others, most networks have become just like Pravda.

    I was sickened that I had been successfully PsyOpsed for years by media, Hollywood, and, the last 10-15 years, by Uni’s (going through the app process with my sons – that’s when I “got it”). Ergo, I always read the Sunday NYT (I do use it for accidental poop pads for my old dogs) because it is important to be aware of what these hideous people in the media are inferring/lying about, on at least, a weekly basis. Now, that their Narrative is being destroyed bit by bit, the articles, like this one, are getting more and more bizarre. Remember Steve’s post months back: about “Babies are Racist” ? It is important to be vigilant about what these creeps are pushing on my sons’ generation. I am well aware of the grave situation we are facing. Haha…#MeToo happened to blow-up at a great time! And, things like Pelosi & Schumer defending MS13 was priceless! What a bunch of rubes.

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    As a matter of fact, I do remember the "Are babies racist?" post.

    You bring up another good point - we may get a pet or two soon (it's been a while), and I I may paint one vehicle, and I've been thinking "where does one get lots of extra big pieces of paper nowadays?" Seriously. The newspaper people quit even throwing the ads onto the property - partly because I kept throwing it back onto the road (not MY litter). Have I burned my bridges?

    I can't recall seeing a newspaper on a lawn in quite a while. What a conundrum!
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  • @Anon
    John Cunningham is right. He must have read some books on the history of fashion.

    The White wedding dress is just 20th century fashion. Until about 1900 wedding dresses were any color including White.
    Until about 193o wedding dresses were just a brand new dressy dress.

    It was in the 1930s that wedding dresses became much more elaborate than ordinary dress up fashion and always White.

    Until 1930 women often wore the wedding dress for parties and special occasions because they were just dress up outfits in the prevailing fashion.

    Queen Victoria wore white – very unusual – so, that’s where the white wedding dress comes from.

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  • @Tiny Duck
    We could fix a TON of problems if there was a moratorium on educating and hiring straight cis het white men

    Unfortuantely most white guys will not do this voultarliy so demographics need to change before positive legislation can be passed

    you really are such a sick and mentally ill, malevolent person- the first person I really, really hate. Your fixation on skin color is grotesque and weird – such a vile person – you’re no good.

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    Tiny Duck is pretty clearly a troll or parody. i.e. he doesn't actually believe what he is saying and is just doing it to get a rise out of people or is doing it to indirectly make fun of Leftists.
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  • @Rosie

    THE STATE is a back-up husband for all women, because we live in a socialist country now.
     
    A rather poor substitute I'd say, but then your view makes perfect sense when you take the cynical view of women: that we marry for money. When you start with a bad premise, everything else you say is nonsense.

    Nope, the deal’s been pretty much off, since women reneged back in the 60′s. Heckuva job, Blondies!
     
    The problem is that men had already been reneging. That's why girl's parents, including their fathers, started counseling them to establish themselves in a career before having children.

    women do pick the richest guy – hypergamy rules – basic anthropology 101. Men never reneged, btw,…they got ridiculed/marginlaized for decades by the false “women’s movement.”

    You are young – this is not some post-college/grad school forum, btw, where you get to battle with people for fun. This is more of a legion of “pen-pals,” who are communicating/commiserating about what is going so horribly wrong in our present American/World society. However, you may be too young to understand (and attack) people who have been here, chatting, far longer than you and me. But, no one wants to fight (the present events are too serious for that) – add something, show us your wisdom; don’t waste time fighting. I sure sound rational, right? haha!

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    women do pick the richest guy – hypergamy rules – basic anthropology 101.
     
    I don't think I've ever claimed that wealth isn't attractive, only that women can and do fall in love with and marry poor men. Moreover, they are more likely to do this if they are assured that their loyalty and sacrifice will be rewarded.

    Men never reneged, btw,…they got ridiculed/marginlaized for decades by the false “women’s movement."
     
    What I'm saying is that women started pursuing careers in masse in part because men were seen as unreliable providers, including by other men. If you object to calling that "reneging," fine. It doesn't matter to me either way. My point is simply that I object to the so-called "men's movement" complaining about both women's access to paid employment and alimony obligations at the same time.

    I agree with you that (1) men have been ridiculed/marginalized for decades, and (2) the women's movement is false.


    You are young – this is not some post-college/grad school forum, btw, where you get to battle with people for fun.
     
    I am a middle-aged mother of six who is here trying to save the alt-Right from itself.

    This is more of a legion of “pen-pals,” who are communicating/commiserating about what is going so horribly wrong in our present American/World society.
     
    That's just it. Many of the men here are not actually commiserating about what has gone so horribly wrong in society. They are obsessing over distractions at best, and deliberately deepening the wedge between White men and women at worst for some reason that I can't figure out.

    I assure you, this is not a game for me. It is deadly serious. I have children who are countries on these men to secure their future.

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  • @Buzz Mohawk
    What I am interested in is ending this conversation.

    Men would be better off if they just personally grew a pair of what nature gave them and individually told women whatever they want to tell them.

    As for this debate, "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn."

    (It is good to have you here commenting though. Don't get me wrong.)

    Is Rosie a younger version of me? haha! I remember you guys made me run the gauntlet!

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  • @Buffalo Joe
    AHIO, Steve, like almost every op-ed writer, serves his audience. And there is a need for that.

    Steve is one of the cool kids, and, so “others” will always be jealous. And, to insinuate that anyone here, including our fearless leader, is a racist, proves that this ridiculous commenter, is just a bs ninja with no real game – he misunderestimates us all. He should send me, especially, a full photo profile of himself…send it to me, now, dude.

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  • @YetAnotherAnon
    "Most women still think that babies, their own babies, are more important to them than whatever product or deal they are pushing/selling/promoting."

    And they are 100% correct. Creating, nurturing, and raising children is the most important thing there is. But there are plenty of women in big cities who bought the education/career/carousel dream and found too late they were missing something very important.

    https://gateway-women.com/

    Then there are the tragic cases (though I never read about the feelings of men who are infertile)

    http://lifewithoutbaby.com/category/our-stories/


    As the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood puts it (and I more or less agree with a couple of caveats),


    The family provides the environment under which human values and morals develop and grow in the new generation; these values and morals cannot exist apart from the family unit. If, on the other hand, free sexual relationship and illegitimate children become the basis of a society, and if the relationship between man and woman is based on lust, passion and impulse, and the division of work is not based on family responsibility and natural gifts; if the role of women is merely to be attractive, sexy and flirtatious, and if women are freed from their basic responsibility of bringing up children; and if, on her own or under social demand, she prefers to become a hostess or a stewardess in a hotel or ship or air company, thus using her ability for material productivity rather than the training of human beings, because material production is considered to be more important, more valuable and more honourable than the development of human character, then such a civilisation is 'backward' from the human point of view.
     

    I have had these debates with Muslim men. Sometimes (mostly past, when I was young) they know they have just cornered me because the point is about the sanctity of the family which I agree with. Of course, I destroy them with bringing up Polygamy and clitorectomies…and, (so, timing myself) SA women not allowed to drive. So, it continues . I think the hardest thing for Muslims is: conservative and traditional women, whether they are Christian or Jewish.

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  • @Ali Choudhury
    I don't think I know of any women other than cat-ladies who don't enjoy regularly buying new clothes.

    If women, including Cat Ladies, stop buying clothes/bags/shoes/nail salon trips/hair salon trips/gym memberships/yoga salons/non-GMO food/non-GMO pet food/holistic retreats/Chick Flicks/cars for chicks (Subaru Crosstrek) etc., etc., etc…. the world economy will collapse. This is not a joke. And, YOU are SO RIGHT! My daddy always knew that women like fashion. But, he also taught me to analyze what I exactly wanted – he never denied a purchase for an important event, but it could not be frivolous (this is when I was a teen/YA) and something I would hate in 2 weeks. My mother was his queen and he let her buy anything…and she never was, frivolous. It’s so weird that I am more like my parents every day, now.

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  • @Seamus Padraig
    Is the fact that the fashion industry is dominated by homosexual men connected to the fact that most female models look like pre-pubescent boys rather than women? Just askin'.

    erhhm! Because I worked in the creative sphere (along with runway production – pays well): why skinny women? It is all about the movement of the fabric. Models are all, at least 5-9″, and, most wear all kinds of make-up, wigs, hair extensions. Most models look like Tilda Swinton before a show/shoot..or literally, a farm girl from Iowa ( Cindy Crawford) before they are all made-up. The thinness has to do with actually showing how the fabric and cut flatters the body. It fools fatter/less fit/older women to think they can look like that in that $8000+ dress/ensemble.

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  • @BenKenobi
    I figured the unflattering dress with full sleeves was a nod to the still-in-progress holiday of Ramadan.

    I thought her dress was almost perfect: the silk is a stiff type that will leave those awful creases at the top of the thigh and tummy (no matter how skinny you are) when the body is seated in a car/carriage. Hated those lines while she walked the aisle (did not watch it live, btw…just sayin’ :) ), but I thought the dress was a triumph…the silhouette was perfect.

    Sure, she had a lot of pressure on her, but, no one can interfere with love, how young people, in particular, fall very, very hard, even if they have had multiple relationships prior to the marriage. So, I think the designer (British woman, btw) made a great dress: to also please the Queen – it recalled Elizabeth’s dress. The dress was definitely, not the “meringue” of Diana’s, with those ridiculous sleeves and layers of ruffles – so 80′s, haha! I wish the couple well.

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  • @S. Anonyia
    I don’t think fashion was always run by men. I think that didn’t start until the late 19th century, when it became mass produced and commercialized. Most of European fashion from the Renaissance through the mid 1800s seems to have been dictated according to the preferences, styles and pressures created by women themselves. Men didn’t impose corsets, that was women, simply trying to look younger and thinner.

    I’m sick of clothes made by gay men. They need to stick to men’s fashion. I bet if women designed their own clothes they would be more flattering and feminine.

    And women do like dresses with pockets. Women like flowing skirts. Women who aren’t fat like shirts/pants that show off their shape, and are neither too tight nor too loose. Women generally like solid, attractive colors rather than all the ugly patterns littering the shelves these days. Pea coats also always look nice. Gay men make fashions artificially change every few years, so women are forced to go out and spend money to keep up with trends. Right now it’s music festival fashion type fashions all over the place- ugly and loose and unflattering for all but the really skinny or really fat (who use it to hide their lack of shape). I have to shop in either the athletic section or workplace section to find shirts with an actual fit.

    Then, you must be a fan of some of my favorites (and of course, Melania, who can afford to buy them! she wears them so well): Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren (her Inaugural outfit) & Giorgio Armani. These designers are known to sew in pockets. Brooks Brothers creates very flattering clothes, albeit classic style…J. Crew, if you are younger. Orvis is kinda’ hot, in my opinion! haha! and Pendleton. Look into Peruvian Connection (catalog) for some awesome clothes…and Gorsuch (expensive but incredible).

    The fashion world since the 50′s, churns out fashion to get wealthy women to buy new wardrobes every season…and, department stores would copy for middle income buyer’s market – for instance, Lord & Taylor specifically, staked out a claim that they could make haute’ couture-like fashion that was affordable for modest income urbanites (no malls yet; and no catalogs) . Prior to the 80′s, women did not have huge wardrobes (no walk-in closets, yet). My mother had custom-made clothes (made by her creative mother) but she did not have hundreds of pieces.

    And, it is a bummer that all fun and formal clothes are made for young women now. Custom work for older women is very much of a 1% thing, now. However, I have great luck (when I need an important piece) with stores that also carry the above mentioned catalogs.

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  • This was such a major “duh” article for me to read in the NYT, yesterday. I laughed and thought how sad – so many cat ladies in late 2025.

    Fashion business has always been run by men – most businesses for centuries have been run by men; women’s fashion, or men’s, is no different. The primary reason for that is: women drop out of the workforce if they find a man that they want to be with – it is all hormonal. Most women still think that babies, their own babies, are more important to them than whatever product or deal they are pushing/selling/promoting.

    A dress – regardless if it is haute’ couture – is simply not as important emotionally, as one’s own baby. So, the idea that gay men have become the business dealers in fashion is so duh. Of course, some of them have children…but they are much more old fashioned as to “who stays at home with the kids/who earns the millions” than heteroes.

    Of course, I adore Lauren, and many non-gay designers…but their family life is also traditional. The reality is: running a company is a bitch. And, if you really love to work, you absolutely can not find the time to nurture children. Perhaps, you should not even think that you have children? All the school shooter children are effed up kids – I blame the parents.

    I grew up in a 5th generation household of entrepreneurs. My finest work are my sensible and productive sons. Women (or men) should not disparage raising children as opposed to going to the office.

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    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    I like all of your sentiments herein.

    Aaahhh, if I weren't married, and you weren't in love with Steve Sailer ... *


    * Yeah, I know now, because you admitted to reading the NY Times. I don't know anyone else in the world who reads the NY Times - you two must be soul mates.
    , @S. Anonyia
    I don’t think fashion was always run by men. I think that didn’t start until the late 19th century, when it became mass produced and commercialized. Most of European fashion from the Renaissance through the mid 1800s seems to have been dictated according to the preferences, styles and pressures created by women themselves. Men didn’t impose corsets, that was women, simply trying to look younger and thinner.

    I’m sick of clothes made by gay men. They need to stick to men’s fashion. I bet if women designed their own clothes they would be more flattering and feminine.

    And women do like dresses with pockets. Women like flowing skirts. Women who aren’t fat like shirts/pants that show off their shape, and are neither too tight nor too loose. Women generally like solid, attractive colors rather than all the ugly patterns littering the shelves these days. Pea coats also always look nice. Gay men make fashions artificially change every few years, so women are forced to go out and spend money to keep up with trends. Right now it’s music festival fashion type fashions all over the place- ugly and loose and unflattering for all but the really skinny or really fat (who use it to hide their lack of shape). I have to shop in either the athletic section or workplace section to find shirts with an actual fit.
    , @YetAnotherAnon
    "Most women still think that babies, their own babies, are more important to them than whatever product or deal they are pushing/selling/promoting."

    And they are 100% correct. Creating, nurturing, and raising children is the most important thing there is. But there are plenty of women in big cities who bought the education/career/carousel dream and found too late they were missing something very important.

    https://gateway-women.com/

    Then there are the tragic cases (though I never read about the feelings of men who are infertile)

    http://lifewithoutbaby.com/category/our-stories/


    As the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood puts it (and I more or less agree with a couple of caveats),


    The family provides the environment under which human values and morals develop and grow in the new generation; these values and morals cannot exist apart from the family unit. If, on the other hand, free sexual relationship and illegitimate children become the basis of a society, and if the relationship between man and woman is based on lust, passion and impulse, and the division of work is not based on family responsibility and natural gifts; if the role of women is merely to be attractive, sexy and flirtatious, and if women are freed from their basic responsibility of bringing up children; and if, on her own or under social demand, she prefers to become a hostess or a stewardess in a hotel or ship or air company, thus using her ability for material productivity rather than the training of human beings, because material production is considered to be more important, more valuable and more honourable than the development of human character, then such a civilisation is 'backward' from the human point of view.
     
    , @AnotherDad

    My finest work are my sensible and productive sons. Women (or men) should not disparage raising children as opposed to going to the office.
     
    Very well said Lagertha.

    And the truth is that's true for most men as well. I was fortunate to have a decent IT career and work on a truly "world changing" product. But my kids are my important "work".

    People obsess and define themselves by career and then at the end, you get a handshake--not even a gold watch anymore!--and are out to pasture. And guess what the business you were in and the world in general just keeps rumbling along. But your family--they are still there, and they are what lives on after us.

    Women are actually fortunate to--traditionally--have this understanding "children and family are what matters" up front. So what do "progressives" do--try to confuse them and send them up blind alleys of unhappiness.

    , @Buffalo Joe
    Lagertha, Ah my Nordic Princess, this was gold border worthy.
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  • From the Washington Post, which is personally owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos: Progressives were outraged that the sacred American principle of giving a lavish government subsidy to the World's Richest Man was being questioned: How dare the President of the United States notice that the World's Richest Man (net worth $131.2 billion, up $64...
  • @RadicalCenter
    Great point about being helpless after we help amazon drive out small local stores. But two corrections as to SOME amazon.com regulars.

    First, our family has multiple minor children and we use amazon to buy a ton of American-made clothing, shoes, toys, and household items for our children. (The included shipping and the 5% discount for paying with Amazon credit card generally make this a better bargain than trying to buy directly from those makers' websites, though we have bought from their sites directly at times, as well.) American companies making products in the USA, such as Roundhouse overalls, Soft Star Shoes, City Threads clothing, Luna mattress covers, etc.

    The physical stores here in LA, and almost everywhere else, offer few to none of these American-made products. So it is hardly elitist or lazy to go online to buy the American-made goods that both large and small stores don't bother to carry.

    Second, those beloved mom-and-pop stores are often owned, around here, by people who cannot speak English well enough to make it pleasant or even worthwhile to shop there, and who often don't seem to have much interest in getting our business or treating us politely. Things are somewhat better at some small brick-and-mortar businesses farther from LA, and we do shop there.

    But yes, people who have actual non-rude American-owned small stores nearby, should try to shop there and not mostly online.

    I live in semi-rural (on the border; we have bears galore …and must be careful when opening front or back doors) New England. However, I live in Old world and you live in LA, so, of course there are no traditional shops in the mega-city you live in. We have 4 organic farms (original 1700′s) and a vineyard that I can ride my bike to.

    I dread that my sons want the “big city” experience (it’s not as cool as mine of the 80′s in NYC – that’s all dead and done) and want to live in LA & SF…after growing up in Small Town, USA; and, small town for Uni years – so, gotta let them do the city experience. You make me feel a little better that metropolitan areas in CA are not cancer zones , wastelands, and yeechh, in general! I do love some parts of LA – I have been there often. There are some amazing places that are still good.

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  • @TheBoom
    Worth comparing Peterson's take on Jewish IQ as the reason for Jewish over representation and either Ron Unz's or Vox Day's debunking of it. This is the type of thing that shows Peterson is really just a good careerist who understands there is a line that, if he crosses it, he gets Daily Stormered, Sailered, or Derbyshired from the main stage.

    One one hand, it is good that Peterson is willing to commit the thought crime of acknowledging IQ is important. On the other, his fake analysis of Jewish IQ and avoiding, if he can, racial implications shows he is probably a moral coward. The best spin you can put on it is that Peterson is a purveyor of fake news who is too lazy to research a topic before being an expert on it. So if he is faking/ lying about this, what else is he distorting? Some role model.

    yeah, sigh..agree with almost all you stated. Despite hating PC culture….or leftist culture (Bolshevik, in particular), deep down inside (mere speculation) I think Jordan wants to remain the nicey-nice guy (there are parameters, for sure, he must obey) because: suddenly; famous. Canadians are never really, controversial or “fight the world.”

    His IQ discussion went lamoe at the end; the ole,’ “we are all smart in certain ways” …the ole,’ “multiple intelligences” canard of the 90′s in inner-city schools. Yet, he found a shtick, and, now…he has to be careful about the edges of his platform. He is totally, banking on his charm, and, he has that in spades, suits and all – SJW women find him infuriating but compelling…and white guys have found someone that validates their insecurity of being marginalized by Progressive comrades, and, of course, those SJW women who think Jordan is hot. Sheesh, I sound like Whiskey! haha!

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    The more I listen to and think about Peterson, the more he reminds me of Obama. Both are smooth talking showmen/con men.

    Obama was great at playing the role of intelligent statesman, healer of racial divides. You didn't have to look too deeply to see he was none of that but his audience didn't care because it was a role they wanted to see played.

    Peterson plays the role of thoughtful, brave role model, a guiding light to young men (especially of the white persuasion) in an increasingly hostile world. As with Obama, it is an act but fulfills a pent up need, especially as any real brave thinkers are driven from the main stage. Peterson can be counted on not taking his audience into spaces that can undermine the system.
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  • From The Algemeiner, a right of center Jewish publication: The top of the list with their estimated percentages of Jewish students: And selected others from their Top 40 Worst for Jews: Generally speaking, the worst colleges for Jews according to The Algemeiner are heavily Jewish, heavily progressive colleges. The Algemeiner’s 2nd Annual List of the...
  • @Buzz Mohawk
    You don't need a list. It's all of them except Cal Tech.

    whole heartedly agree. I would add CalPoly, SLO. No essays, no recommendations from anyone, for their ap – just scores. They are, the last of the Mohicans in quality applications for a U.

    I kinda’ feel really sad that I just said that – my mommy died months ago…and she believed in meritocracy she received her master’s at 22- super smart…I so miss her…brings me to tears…such a mess – should be better by now.

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    No, it shouldn't "be better" by now. Grief may be ameliorated by time, but it never goes away.
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  • Reality you presented (because I still am, so, carrying a grudgy axe and want to split some liberal/prog skulls in my dreams), is very accurate, Steve. I see a new trend: State U’s are going after smart guys and girls big time with money :) to attend their U ...regardless of their ability to pay/ignore their wealth. The real war is: U’s like GMU: we develop jobs…you develop wasters.</i> State U’s are gonna overpower “yield” private U’s….it is so crazy! Coastal elites, who look down upon State Us’ will be more confused than ever.

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    • Replies: @SFG
    I went to a lesser Ivy and would love to see the place turn into a no-name private school; I come up with all sorts of colorful language when they call me asking for money. The problem is that even with superior human capital, the Ivies still control the pipeline into the 'commanding heights' of media, finance, and academia. You can produce smarter people and better workers and managers all you want and it won't make a difference the way things are constituted now. Particularly with the number of jobs slowly decreasing with automation.
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  • From the Washington Post, which is personally owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos: Progressives were outraged that the sacred American principle of giving a lavish government subsidy to the World's Richest Man was being questioned: How dare the President of the United States notice that the World's Richest Man (net worth $131.2 billion, up $64...
  • @Anon
    I wonder if they'd be similarly outraged if Home Depot and Peter Thiel were the targets.

    "Amazon Inc. Paid Zero in Federal Taxes in 2017, Gets $789 Million Windfall from New Tax Law"

    https://itep.org/amazon-inc-paid-zero-in-federal-taxes-in-2017-gets-789-million-windfall-from-new-tax-law/

    Trump has to pay for his tax cut somehow. Why not make Bezos and company do it? In any case, what are these regressives complaining about? Trump gave Amazon money with his tax cut, then takes some of it back. On the whole, Amazon's losses will probably not exceed their gains from the tax cut.

    Why do people bother with Amazon? I think I buy patio furniture covers (bc I must) every 5 years. Why do people buy crap they don’t need from Amazon? This is a serious question, haha! Amazon is for lazy and elite people who don’t want to buy from local stores or shopping plaza. Sooner or later, you have no mom & pop stores….once the grid is destroyed by ISIS or whatever, you will not have food.

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    Great point about being helpless after we help amazon drive out small local stores. But two corrections as to SOME amazon.com regulars.

    First, our family has multiple minor children and we use amazon to buy a ton of American-made clothing, shoes, toys, and household items for our children. (The included shipping and the 5% discount for paying with Amazon credit card generally make this a better bargain than trying to buy directly from those makers' websites, though we have bought from their sites directly at times, as well.) American companies making products in the USA, such as Roundhouse overalls, Soft Star Shoes, City Threads clothing, Luna mattress covers, etc.

    The physical stores here in LA, and almost everywhere else, offer few to none of these American-made products. So it is hardly elitist or lazy to go online to buy the American-made goods that both large and small stores don't bother to carry.

    Second, those beloved mom-and-pop stores are often owned, around here, by people who cannot speak English well enough to make it pleasant or even worthwhile to shop there, and who often don't seem to have much interest in getting our business or treating us politely. Things are somewhat better at some small brick-and-mortar businesses farther from LA, and we do shop there.

    But yes, people who have actual non-rude American-owned small stores nearby, should try to shop there and not mostly online.

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  • Tully stars Charlize Theron as a 41-year-old mom having her third child with her suburban nice guy husband, played by Mark Duplass. It's from the team of screenwriter Diablo Cody (a ridiculous stripper name) and director Jason Reitman, who made the surprisingly insightful Juno in 2007. When Cody won the Best Screenwriting Oscar for her...
  • @Lagertha
    duh, of course I respect you. I adore all the men who post here.

    I’m the sort of person who means what he says – neither more nor less.
     
    As, am I.

    Revere your beliefs: This is what I have taught my sons. And, they have learned to respect other people's thoughts. With young men (shud say white men - but I am an immigrant, so, still struggle with that) , they are thrown to the wolves these days if not for the ideas of you and me, Steve and about a hundred guys and maybe, 15 women. We are a small band of merry SJrealistic, yet skeptical, truly liberally educated (to discuss all sides) envoys. We are the last badasses in the USA of lame/crass asses

    “we are the last badasses in the USA over the lame/crass asses of the USA. tick tock, tick tock :)

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  • @Autochthon
    I respect you based upon what little I know of you from your remarks here; you seem a very decent woman. I'd be absolutely delighted to have a daughter; indeed I hope I do. Women have an important and wonderful rôle to play in a healthy society; I only object to their playing unhealthy rôles or harbouring either contempt for men or resentment at being women. The women I adore and respect abound: Boudicca, Jeanne d'Arc, Amy Lee, Danielle Brisebois, Mary Anne Evans, Victoria, Paula Radcliffe, Virginia Woolf, Ayn Rand, my wife, my church's secretary, many dear personal friends past and present.... (They all have their faults, of course, as do I; no mortal should be an object of idolatry.)

    I write these things because, while I am a great believer in realistic and empirical approaches to sex (as with race), I'm no he-man woman-hater; my remarks should be understood in their context. I'm the sort of person who means what he says – neither more nor less.

    duh, of course I respect you. I adore all the men who post here.

    I’m the sort of person who means what he says – neither more nor less.

    As, am I.

    Revere your beliefs: This is what I have taught my sons. And, they have learned to respect other people’s thoughts. With young men (shud say white men – but I am an immigrant, so, still struggle with that) , they are thrown to the wolves these days if not for the ideas of you and me, Steve and about a hundred guys and maybe, 15 women. We are a small band of merry SJrealistic, yet skeptical, truly liberally educated (to discuss all sides) envoys. We are the last badasses in the USA of lame/crass asses

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    "we are the last badasses in the USA over the lame/crass asses of the USA. tick tock, tick tock :)
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  • From the New York Times: I can't keep all this Spy vs. Spy stuff straight in my head, but I did observe a two-generation link from the, uh, purported FBI investigator to that pinnacle of American Deep State competence ... yes ... The Bay of Pigs. Here's a 1983 New York Times article by Leslie...
  • @Mis(ter)Anthrope
    "Like the IRS scandal, nothing will come of this."

    Sadly, I think you are correct. They will get away with it. When they do, they will know they are completely bulletproof.

    At that point, our side needs to be thinking about what can be done. I don't have the answers.

    It is going to take men with incredible intelligence, bravery, and foresight to step up in order for us to survive. And I'm not talking about the phony alt-right "media stars" who are obviously in it for the money, fame, and personal glory.

    Are there such men out there? And are there enough of them?

    It is going to take men with incredible intelligence, bravery, and foresight to step up in order for us to survive.

    I have been saying this for a few years. Men between, now, 16-70 have woken up…they are not gonna let stuff just happen to their country. They all have children and grandchildren; many are property owners, many are business owners with hundreds if not thousands, of employees…. many run companies that are the back-bone of civilization for god’s sake

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  • From The Forward: Is Jordan Peterson Enabling Jew Hatred? Ari Feldman May 11, 2018 Wikimedia/Forward Montage... Jordan Peterson is a public intellectual adored by neo-Nazis, white supremacists and conspiracy theorists. ... Part of why people on the far right like Peterson is because he is not afraid to talk about the Jews, and he has...
  • @Stan Adams
    ABBA won Eurovision with "Waterloo" back in 1974.

    "Waterloo" isn't even one of their ten best, IMO.

    ABBA’s most played song:

    Funny story: originally, it was about a love lost. Then, because the spineless Swedes are such virtue-signalers until they are literally killed-off, I suppose; they changed the English words to: Mexicans fighting the evil white Texans. In 1976 I adored the song; not realizing it was the first sign of Swedish degeneracy I missed.

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  • In my continuing attempt to cover the Jordan Peterson Phenomenon without sitting through dozens of hours of videos, here's an appreciative article in Esquire by Wesley Yang: Yang is a fairly sizable journalistic talent whose career was sidetracked in recent years by some personal problems, which he says Peterson's lectures helped him get over. Much...
  • @Lagertha
    Your idea is excellent. I also think JohnnyD (#3) and Ramzpaul (#4) are accurate. I think Peterson may have been ambitious for a long time; truly believed in many of his ideas, but....he discovered the lost boys (my sons age group). Next, he made a Faustian deal with producers to try to bring young white men under control. I know this sounds dumb: what if instead of heroin (or, heroin not wasting enough white guys fast enough), Peterson is set up to seduce them into compliance with his est-like therapy sessions? I'm really dating myself by referring to est, haha!

    I hope I am wrong. He has attacked liberal group-think, cat ladies, the idea that gender fluidity is bs, and the danger of disparaging males. But, I do worry that he has flip-flopped on individualism/persuading young white men not to be conscious (form a very real, new identity group) of their cultural roots that may be shared, depending what region they are from. Here’s the main video (dissected by the hosts) that irks people, now. The fact that Peterson is not familiar with Solzhenitsyn is troubling for me…or at least with the book the questioner is asking. Notice how the others in the audience react to this brave person. Maybe I just really am so cynical and paranoid these days, haha!

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  • @Anonymous

    Much of the confusion over Peterson seems to come from the interaction of three factors.
     
    But you know most of the confusion is about whether Peterson is a safe way to mellow out potential alt-righters or a gateway drug to far worse thoughtcrime.

    Your idea is excellent. I also think JohnnyD (#3) and Ramzpaul (#4) are accurate. I think Peterson may have been ambitious for a long time; truly believed in many of his ideas, but….he discovered the lost boys (my sons age group). Next, he made a Faustian deal with producers to try to bring young white men under control. I know this sounds dumb: what if instead of heroin (or, heroin not wasting enough white guys fast enough), Peterson is set up to seduce them into compliance with his est-like therapy sessions? I’m really dating myself by referring to est, haha!

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    I hope I am wrong. He has attacked liberal group-think, cat ladies, the idea that gender fluidity is bs, and the danger of disparaging males. But, I do worry that he has flip-flopped on individualism/persuading young white men not to be conscious (form a very real, new identity group) of their cultural roots that may be shared, depending what region they are from. Here's the main video (dissected by the hosts) that irks people, now. The fact that Peterson is not familiar with Solzhenitsyn is troubling for me...or at least with the book the questioner is asking. Notice how the others in the audience react to this brave person. Maybe I just really am so cynical and paranoid these days, haha!
    https://youtu.be/mc3o4YmHJbc
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  • From Aeon: Black Achilles The Greeks didn’t have modern ideas of race. Did they see themselves as white, black – or as something else altogether? by Tim Whitmarsh is the A G Leventis Professor of Greek culture at the University of Cambridge, and has held professorial posts at Oxford and Exeter. His latest book is...
  • @Buffalo Joe
    Syon, Without the color they are what I would call classical sculptures. With the color they look like something you would have found in the décor section of an Ancient Greek Walmart

    Lawn Ornaments. Can’t buy those jockeys anymore, but someone could make some bucks with mini Greek statues…something new besides the ole’ gnomes. Haha, don’t see the Mexican with the donkey & cart anymore, either. Mystical orbs still reign. I was at a frat party decades ago where the pledges had to collect orbs…inside one room, you could hang-out and marvel over the hundreds of orbs…like weird aliens.

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    Lagertha, Every now and then a Lawn Jockey shows up at the Flea Market and frequently the face has been repainted white. However, the rarer ones had Negroid facial features.
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  • From The Forward: Is Jordan Peterson Enabling Jew Hatred? Ari Feldman May 11, 2018 Wikimedia/Forward Montage... Jordan Peterson is a public intellectual adored by neo-Nazis, white supremacists and conspiracy theorists. ... Part of why people on the far right like Peterson is because he is not afraid to talk about the Jews, and he has...
  • @Charles Pewitt
    Jordan Peterson is Irish and Norwegian and Canadian. That's all I need to know to disregard every frigging thing he says.

    Jordan Peterson's rise to corporate media fame is a direct result of the globalizer Jews having disproportionate power over the corporate propaganda apparatus.

    Jordan Peterson's role as a propaganda whore for media Jews is to convince young European Christians that they have no group interests and that they should continue to allow Jews in the corporate media to set the agenda for what is and is not talked about in the corporate media.

    What you infer about JP’s purpose (reaching out to young men) smells fishy to me, too. His subtle flip-flopping about group interests, nationalism, Christianity, identity obsession, individualism, authoritarianism, etc., in many of his lectures, was confusing because simultaneously, in other lectures he likes to rip apart feminists and gender issues (with no flip-flopping). It does seem like he tries to draw young men in (with the gender/anti-women/anti-liberal talk) but then tries to convince young men that they just need to conform to a new, global culture that hates white Christian men. The flip-flopping is always a sign of someone who is being controlled.

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  • @utu

    Lastly, notice (!) that there just don’t seem to be many articles on heroin. Why? Where does our heroin come from?
     
    I always wondered about it that they would say that the opioid pain medication were gateway drugs to heroin abuse but would never follow up where the heroin is coming from and how come is so cheap. By reducing the availability of opioid pain medication will they reduce number of heroin ODs?

    Heroin comes from Mexico (the trafficking is run like a franchise in every state), often mixed with bad, deadly stuff. I think the whole opioid crisis was intentionally created to wipe out the Rust Belt people and all rural communities in the USA. Pushing Oxycontin first, on small towns was just the start. I don’t see an end to the OD’s at all.

    Liberal politicians suddenly pretend to care about the Deplorables 6 months before the election – so disgusting. There’s a special place in hell for people who disparaged their constituents for not accepting the globalist agenda/for not accepting a bleak future yet now, desperately, dishonestly pretending that they care about these same people these days. People will spitefully vote against any Democrats…my prediction. Everything is going deeply underground; people are turtleling and the MSM, politicians, Universities can’t reach them anymore. I see signs of this everywhere.

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  • From Aeon: Black Achilles The Greeks didn’t have modern ideas of race. Did they see themselves as white, black – or as something else altogether? by Tim Whitmarsh is the A G Leventis Professor of Greek culture at the University of Cambridge, and has held professorial posts at Oxford and Exeter. His latest book is...
  • @Lurker
    Presumably there are two priorities here.

    One is to imply that only modern whites are guilty of the crime of noticing, unlike enlightened people of the past who were apparently colour blind.

    The other is to help undermine white history and appropriate it for The Other. A nihilistic and demoralising exercise.

    This frenzy by academics/journalists/socialists/studio heads, to constantly, disenfranchise Europeans and people of European descent, of their own history & culture is just abhorrent. Average people with no university education are also noticing the odious arguments these creepy, supposedly educated professors, disingenuous journalists, constantly spout. Denigrating all people of European and particularly, Christian background will backfire. I see signs of it already.

    Everyday, when I read these bs arguments that Scandinavian and European people were just immigrants to their countries with no right to claim the land they have lived on for millennia as their country, I want to lash out so badly. Therefore, I insist that we get rid of all, and every form of AA in Europe/the US/Canada/Australia/NZ. If no one is black/brown/white/red/yellow (how did these latter 2 get quashed so easily by the cheerleaders of diversity?), then we need no AA for university admits/jobs in the corporate arena. If race is nothing then AA is not justified to exist.

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  • From The Forward: Is Jordan Peterson Enabling Jew Hatred? Ari Feldman May 11, 2018 Wikimedia/Forward Montage... Jordan Peterson is a public intellectual adored by neo-Nazis, white supremacists and conspiracy theorists. ... Part of why people on the far right like Peterson is because he is not afraid to talk about the Jews, and he has...
  • @Anonymous
    "post messages"

    Haha! you got me! Clumsy writing. I meant: they like the messages they hear while watching the many Youtube vids of his lectures/discussions/debates with others.

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  • Jordan is so hot with young white people…so he must be crushed? Jordan knows the bullshit, but he is not a Christian…but, he is really focused on white young guys…so, of course, the evil ones, want him dead.

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    Peterson reported that the most beneficial performance results of his "life authoring" program were among nonwhite males. It seems to be a program focused on the traits that enhance the social functionality of males, which are typically less developed at the lower end of the economic spectrum (lacking good male role models and such).
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