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    It is time to stop believing these infantile narratives the British political and media establishments have crafted for us. Like the one in which they tell us they care deeply about the state of political life, and that they lie awake at night worrying about the threat posed by populism to our democratic institutions. How...
  • And now, this week, footage has emerged showing British soldiers – apparently taking their commanders’ expressed wishes more seriously than the media – using a poster of Corbyn as target practice out in Afghanistan.

    Oh no…not that!

  • A German general once explained that he divided officers looking for promotion into four categories: the clever and lazy, the clever and industrious, the stupid and lazy and the stupid and industrious. He said that the clever and lazy should be appointed to senior leadership positions because they could take important decisions without trying to...
  • “If customs are sent they will need police to protect them and the police in turn will need the army. We will be back to a militarised frontier.”

    So, what’s the downside?

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    I doubt many people in the UK want to see the IRA back in business
  • A day off from school in January should be a happy occasion. Students pray for snow days. But Covington Catholic in Kentucky was closed on Tuesday, January 22, for a different reason: threats of violence. Young white men from Covington Catholic High School were in Washington, D.C., a few days earlier for the March for...
  • Still, it’s nice to know how easy it is to tweak and trigger the twitter warriors. Now that we know, let’s do it just for fun. Maybe we can get a video of one just coming apart at the seams.

  • I do not have a dog in the fight about dogs. My dad said that there was a dog in every boy’s life, and so we had some dogs when I was young, and then in my own life, no dogs. I was living a town life, and working, and had neither need nor wish...
  • So many dogs…so few recipes.

  • The name, ‘The Southern Poverty Law Center’ (SPLC) is misleading. The SPLC does little to alleviate poverty, its own stated goals are: fighting hate, teaching tolerance and seeking justice. At the moment, the SPLC lists its top activity as attempting to remove confederate statues and symbols. This is consistent with the activity for which the...
  • Really, this is all they have to do?

  • Ever wonder what it would be like for a website or platform to suddenly just pull the plug on an enormous swath of its users? Not just one or two thought criminals (such as, to pick at random, American Renaissance), or even a few dozen or hundred users, but a massive purge? Well, you are...
  • Still, if you don’t know how to find what you want in that ‘category’ you’re not trying. Platforms come and go. Roll with it.

  • Palestinians in Gaza should have been able to breathe a sigh of relief last week, as precarious ceasefire talks survived a two-day-long, heavy exchange of strikes that threatened to unleash yet another large-scale military assault by Israel. Late on Tuesday, after the most intense bout of violence in four years, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu...
  • “Leaks suggest that the US may propose a separate “entity” in Gaza under Egyptian supervision and financed by Qatar.”

    “Leaks” is a bit inaccurate. Putting it back under Egyptian control has been posited as a possible solution for decades. The poor Gaza population need to be rid of the 7th century throwbacks that hold them back. Gaza has 20+ miles of Mediterranean coastline.

    Pro-tip: They ‘don’t make any more of that’! Hello!!!

    The whole ‘Israel’ thing is over. Israel’s not going to ‘go away’. Take the deal and catch up. The world is tired of the whining.

    • Replies: @jilles dykstra
    You never read Jabotinsky's 1923 The Iron Wall ?
    He already understood that the Palestinians will never go away.
    , @jacques sheete

    The world is tired of the whining.
     
    About "the" holocaust, for sure.

    You are also correct about "Israel" not going away because there will always be gangsters ruling large parts of the world whether they call themselves Israelis, the Brit Empire, the USA or something else.
    , @anon
    70 yrs existence is a blip, an anachronism , a fluke. Now is the time to shrink Israel to the 1890 enclave settled by religious Jews . Rest find a new identity or country. ,
    , @Clyde
    You got that right. Paleostinians are the world's biggest complainers. Gaza has good rainfall for growing crops, so what do they do? When Israel pulls out of Gaza they strip, loot, destroy the extensive greenhouses the Jews left behind. As bad as Arafat was at least he held the show together. Now it's pretty much anarchy in Gaza and the West Bank. What is Hamas but thieves with a religious fundamentalist bent. No Iranian money means no Hamas.
    , @Per/Norway
    nah, the only whining "the world" is tired off is yours and your fellow npc zionists. The brave Palestinian voices give us only hope that YOU and your owners are soon gone. The zionist entity occupying Palestine showed its "strenght" in 2006, since that every sane thinking human have rejoiced in the knowledge that the killers of children have no future in the world.
    , @renfro
    The whole ‘Israel’ thing is over. Israel’s not going to ‘go away’.


    Yea that's what Jews tell themselves. But history is a better guide to predictions on Jewish things.

    How many explusions?...100 some.
    How long have Jews had a bad reputation and been despised? ....2000, 3000 years?
    How many Jews in the universe?.....15 million
    How many 'others"...........................1.7 billion.

    How many "friends" does Israel have other than US politicians?
    What happens when the number of people around the world who condemn and despise Israel grows larger and larger every year?

    Yea.....the Jews and Israel will fall again as they always have......probably sooner then we expect judging by public opinion on Israel and the growing anti Israel sentiment in the US public and populations abroad.

    I doubt there will be any help or sympathy for them when they crash this time.

  • There couldn’t have been a more potent demonstration of rank ignorance than Joy Behar’s tour de force statement on ABC’s The View. She was referring to The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan when she let fly this monstrous absurdity: “I mean, what is his problem with Jews? The Jews did not own slaves—I don’t know what...
  • I still like ‘coconuts’ and ‘watermelons’.

  • I suppose it was always just a matter of time until the global capitalist ruling classes and their mouthpieces in the corporate media combined their two main official narratives into a Ronco-type 2-in-1 kind of deal. That’s right, folks, your days of switching between the War on Terror official narrative and the Putin-Nazi official narrative...
  • “…Taking it up to the elbow…”

    LOL!!

  • [See Also: FBI Arrests White “Serial Rioters”—And Ignores Antifa by Gregory Hood] New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has blamed the “far-right” Proud Boys —and, needless to say, President Trump—for the violence that followed Proud Boys founder (and VDARE.com contributor) Gavin McInnes’ recent Metropolitan Republican Club speech. Cuomo called for a federal investigation and assigned “hate...
  • “Portland mayor Wheeler has responded by calling for new police powers to curtail violence.”

    Right because stopping traffic, overturning cars and smashing store front windows is just not covered in existing law.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    No, silly, the violence to be policed is coming from anyone resisting the Blackmasks.
    , @the grand wazoo
    I'm waiting on the day Anitfa takes their act to Florida.
    , @Alden
    I can only assume that the Portland business community is as radical as the demonstrators and perfectly OK with downtown being periodically smashed up with the cooperation of police and city government
    It’s a liberal town. Other than the Nike headquarters the main business is colleges and the hangers on
  • Imagine that two football teams of two rival states facing off at the Super Bowl—the Minnesota Vikings and Wisconsin’s Green Bay Packers. As luck would have it, the Super Bowl is being held in Minneapolis—Minnesota’s biggest city, and just a short drive from the Wisconsin border. As the game got going, tensions between the rival...
  • “The man slated to fill it, depending upon who you ask, either has some skeletons in his closet, or some nasty smears on his doorstep. It is hard to know for certain what is true.”

    Or ‘depending on who you ask’, it’s easy to see that none of it was true. Exactly the same would have happened no matter who was nominated.

  • Thanks to courageous investigators, many anomalies in the official explanation of the events of 9/11 were posted on the Internet in the following months, providing evidence that this was a false flag operation, and that Osama bin Laden was innocent, as he repeatedly declared in the Afghan and Pakistani press and on Al Jazeera.[1] The...
  • Still, now having seen the stinking underbelly of D.C on display in recent years, we can agree that the one plane that could have done some good ended up in a field.

  • For some time now I’ve been receiving requests to produce a sequel to a September 2017 piece on the disastrous consequences of the mass importation of doctors from the Third World to Britain. Until recently I resisted the temptation to do so because I felt the original article was definitive in outlining the major thematic...
  • Third World doctors are significantly more likely than native British doctors to engage in the sexual abuse of their patients…

    LOL!!! Sorry, that just seems like a ludicrous statistic to have to track.

    • Replies: @delmas
    No one is forcing you to track anything. But if you're suspicious of the "statistic", you can check out the various doctors mentioned in the article and their track records.
  • So it appears Antifa has scared Trump’s army of emboldened Nazis back into their hidey holes, or at least that’s the spin the Resistance is putting on the deeply weird events of last Sunday. In case you missed it, what happened was, thousands of “anti-fascist” protestors converged on the streets of the nation’s capitol to...
  • The so called ‘nazis’ are just disaffected knotheads that appropriate imagery and language known to tweak those not paying attention. The media got a type of ‘woodstock’ event in Charlottesville in 2017, an event that unpredictably became more than the sum of its parts. They found out this year than you can’t plan another one just because you want/need one.

  • Since the beginning of the “Me, too!” movement, “patriarchy”—and the very idea that females prefer to be feminine—is under attack as never before. The Swedish capital Stockholm has banned ads that portray female stereotypes [Stockholm bans “sexist” and “degrading” adverts from public spaces, By Sara Malm, Daily Mail, 13 June 2018]. An Austrian museum about...
  • Still, where is James Brown’s old song??

  • Any time you spend in a situation like this will be time you’ll ‘never get back’.

  • By the time Donald J. Trump threw in the towel, who among us hadn’t seen or heard the chilling videos in which U.S. border officials shamelessly grabbed uncomprehending children and toddlers from their pleading mothers and fathers? Some were told they were being taken to bathe or shower by people with little sense of the...
  • How did this Greenberg babe miss the stories about the buses taking the children to the organ harvesting clinics? Where is this lady’s concern that there will soon be children’s skin lampshades and kiddie soap selling like hotcakes in those ‘red states’. Good grief…calm down Karen.

    • Replies: @Ozymandias
    "Where is this lady’s concern that there will soon be children’s skin lampshades and kiddie soap selling like hotcakes in those ‘red states’."

    Now there's a good idea for a series of hoaxes. I'll bet there's a hot market for MS-13 lampshades.
  • Just after midnight of June 6, 1968, Senator Robert Kennedy was assassinated in a backroom of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. He had just been celebrating his victory at the California primaries, which made him the most likely Democratic nominee for the presidential election. His popularity was so great that Richard Nixon, on the...
  • And then there’s another old take on the subject …’who cares as long as someone did?’

  • To date, 62 Palestinians have been shot dead in the Gaza Strip by the Israeli army and over 5,500 wounded by gunfire. Their crime: protesting the loss of their ancestral homes in the West Bank. Here was an example of Gandhi-style passive resistance that failed. Israeli sniper teams just fired at will at the protesters,...
  • “When Israel conquered and annexed the West Bank and the Old City of Jerusalem in 1967, another 500,000 Palestinians were made refugees. Some 50,000-250,000 Syrians were driven by Israel from the strategic Golan Heights. Bedouins were driven from Israel’s Negev Desert.”

    Now, really…whose fault is that?

    • Agree: Momus
  • “Hatched, matched, and dispatched”—my mother’s term for the births, marriages, and deaths columns in our local paper. Let's visit the hatcheries. What's mainly happening in the hatcheries: a slowdown of business. Americans are not making as many babies as we used to: Births plunge to record lows in United States, MSN, May 17, 2018. The...
  • The whole notion that earth belongs to humanity forever is crazy. There’s no particular reason for us to be here over anything else.

  • I wanted to wait out the day before I put something concrete together, because for quite some time, I felt like anything could happen up to and including use of WMD’s in Gaza. Because let’s be honest – what we saw today on the Gaza border was sick. Like the resurrection of the Bolsheviks and...
  • “…the only reason the Jews weren’t impaling toddlers on table tops was because they’re cowardly filth that would never dare to get within grabbing range of any Palestinian fighter.

    Wow…Marcus has a ‘bug-up-his-butt’ this morning. You have to love the internet tough guy though…grrrrrrrr…ooooorah!

    • Replies: @Zumbuddi
    "You have to love the Jewish IDF toigh guy killing fenced-in unarmed Palestinian women and children." ggrrrrrrr. ooohrah

    As annamaria said, it's all "according to Jewis scripture" -- "Dash their children's heads upon the rocks."

    Sick baxtards.

  • Disordered thoughts on the National Cockatoo’s latest antics. One: The aghastment and horrilation about the terrible, appalling, shocking etc nature of gas warfare is nonsense. There is nothing unusually hideous about the use of toxic chemicals. Hideous, yes, but not unusually hideous. Boring old workaday artillery, that nobody criticizes, leaves children watching as mommy frantically...
  • “The reason we still have ‘wars’ is that we made ‘rules’ for war.”

  • Eighteen more Palestinians were unapologetically murdered this past "Good Friday" by the Israeli military. They were unarmed. They were on their own land. They were desperate. They screamed their desperation as they marched. Then, they shouted their daily reality of personal horrors too close to Israel's attention. So, they were killed. These innocents were shot...
  • “They were unarmed. “

    Now, seriously…who’s fault is that?

  • It finally happened. In the last day or so, major mainstream voices condemned Israel’s shootings of unarmed Palestinian protesters on March 30, in which 17 were killed. Chris Hayes did it on MSNBC last night. “A frankly unconscionable use of force.” Ayman Mohyeldin of MSNBC called out the racism in the media’s indifference to the...
  • “I left the protest thinking of the rest of Gaza — shellshocked for years, its borders closed and its United Nations-funded infrastructure in decay.”

    Hamas and Fatah have become a tedious distraction, a red headed stepchild, a ‘cold sore’ to overall Arab objectives posed by Iran and Russia, the future of oil and changing cultural forces. No one cares about their so called “plight”. Even the U.N. and other simple minded “NGOs” are tired of it. In the 17 years since Israel left Gaza, so called ‘blockade” or not, can you imagine what anyone with any sense would have done with 25 miles of Mediterranean coastline. Hint to Hamas morons….They’re not making any more of that. But no…they’re stuck in the “woe-be-us” mode.

    • Replies: @jacques sheete

    No one cares about their so called “plight”. Even the U.N. and other simple minded “NGOs” are tired of it.
     
    Yer referring to "The" holocaust, right?

    Yawn.
  • Steven Runciman’s 1951 History of the Crusades is nowadays regarded with some skepticism by serious scholars; but it’s the one I was raised on, and it’s wonderfully cynical. And for cynics, the story of the Children’s Crusade is especially satisfying. This Crusade was led by Stephen of Cloyes, “a shepherd-boy of about twelve years old,”...
  • @Jonathan Mason
    It is really disgraceful how many people in the media have been attacking the Parkland kids. It actually makes the pro-gun lobbying movement look more juvenile than the high school activists. Even Mr. Derbyshire with his UK education seems to have had his central nervous system infected with gun fever due to overexposure to gunpowder fumes.

    Parkland survivors have every right to protest gun laws in view of the fact that the danger of the Parkland shooter was known to everyone for years, and yet there seemed to be no legal way to disarm him available to law enforcement and social services in his area.

    The NRA would do well to step out of the way before it is flattened by a tsunami of popular opinion. How do we really know who the five million members of the NRA are? Are there really 5 million? Who audits the numbers? What percentage of NRA spokespeople are simply retail gun owners versus people who are involved in dealing in guns for profit, or lobbying for profit?

    David Hogg will most likely be a successful politician of some kind before he is much older, since success in politics in the US is 90% related purely to name recognition, which he will have for many years to come. Probably he will be running for President as Republican candidate by the time he is 40. Of course there will be the allegations that he was born in Africa and delivered by a stork, and all the rest of it, but if he can jump that hurdle, he probably has a political career ahead that will take in issues other than arms control.

    Other famous Hoggs include Boss Hogg from the Dukes of Hazard, and Peter Hogg the UK airline pilot who buried his wife in Britain's deepest lake after a marital tiff.

    “How do we really know who the five million members of the NRA are? Are there really 5 million?”

    I would posit that it’s irrelevant. The “power” over the legislative structure…the real power…lies with the remaining 76(+/-) million firearms owners that cross all demographics of gender, race political ‘orientation’ and socio-economic strata. In fact there are 10s of millions of democrat gun owners. These 76M gun owners are watchful and communicate with their legislators often. I submit that it is to them that the legislators ultimately respond while those that rely on a bogeyman to try to make sense of things rail against the (rather minor BTW) NRA lobby.

  • The latest Steven Spielberg film, The Pentagon Papers, made me wonder about the historical significance of this glorious episode of whistleblowing and victorious struggle for freedom of the press. The leaking and publishing in 1971, by the New York Times then the Washington Post, of excerpts from this 7000-page classified report on the Vietnam War...
  • Oh great…another version of the ‘conflict’ (‘war’ was never declared). And as always with these reimaginings we’re left for the same question for ‘Laurent’…so what do you want to do about it? As they used to say, it’s always good to review history but it’s not necessarily beneficial to stare at it.

  • The simple truth about John Bolton’s appointment to national security adviser is that the Republicans need Sheldon Adelson’s money in order to be competitive in the coming midterms, and John Bolton is a tool of Sheldon Adelson. The appointment of course is a complete reversal of Donald Trump’s declaration during the campaign that the Iraq...
  • Sounds like Phil should have thought this out a bit more. “Phil” is one of the those that didn’t do enough to prevent the election of Trump and still believes it’s ok to kvetch about how it’s going.

  • The Third World child soldier is a familiar image—a young boy (usually aged 14 or younger), dressed in ill-fitting fatigues, frequently smoking a cigarette and totting an AK-47. These soldiers are widely condemned and banned by international treaty, and for obvious reasons. Do these youngsters really grasp what they are fighting for? Are they sufficiently...
  • “To use a term made famous by Vladimir Lenin, these kids are useful idiots.”

    More like the kids let themselves become props in a media freak show.

  • The same people who assured you that Saddam Hussein had WMD’s now assure you Russian “novochok” nerve agents are being wielded by Vladimir Putin to attack people on British soil. As with the Iraqi WMD dossier, it is essential to comb the evidence very finely. A vital missing word from Theresa May’s statement yesterday was...
  • So who, since both have titled pieces using it pertaining to this subject, first came up with the phrase “Russian to Judgement” …Craig Murray or Justin Raimondo?

    • Replies: @Randal
    Most likely both came up with it independently, surely? It's not particularly sophisticated or hard to come up with.

    Why does it matter?
  • "In America," observed Oscar Wilde, "the young are always ready to give to those who are older than themselves the full benefits of their inexperience." So it is with the activist kids who’ve emerged from the Parkland, Florida, school massacre of February 14th, in which 17 of their own were murdered. Each one sounds like...
  • “Reliably derelict and criminally negligent, Sheriff Israel and his Broward County law enforcement didn’t “slip-up.” As a matter of progressive policies and philosophy, sheriff and officers had decided against protecting the people they had sworn to protect.”

    Until the kids understand this they will continue to impotently shake their fists at the sky.

  • James Baldwin, perhaps the most influential black literary figure of the last century, confessed in Notes of a Native Son that blacks feel alienated and inferior no matter where they travel in the modern world. Each black person, he mourned, is but a “stranger in their village,” a global village shaped by others—especially by whites....
  • Travel agencies need to start selling one way tickets!!

  • "Enough is enough!" "This can't go on!" "This has to stop!" These were among the comments that came through the blizzard of commentary after the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County. We have heard these words before. Unfortunately, such atrocities are not going to stop. For the ingredients that produce such...
  • “…talking TV heads demanding to know why the cowards in Congress won’t vote to outlaw AR-15s.”

    Never forget the old radical adage:

    It’s harder to impose the laws you really want if the laws you have, appear to be working”.

  • It was Shrove Tuesday, 1945 in the magnificent German art city of Dresden, which was packed with helpless Christian refugees fleeing the Red Army of the Stalinist USSR. Dresden’s native Lutheran and Catholic children, dressed in their festive Saxon folk costumes, were aboard a train taking them home after Mardi Gras parties at different points...
  • “In the sky Allied fighter planes caught sight of the civilian train and opened fire on the children inside, whose blood was soon pouring out of the wreckage.”

    Yeah, boo-hoo. Here’s the bottom line. We continue to have wars because we made ‘rules’ for war. Manufactured indignation about war tactics is amusing. If everyone knew that war meant ‘real’ war, the incentive to participate might be dampened. But as it is now, countries and ‘watchdog’ groups are like sissy-boy NFL players that after every play are seen to be looking for the ‘ref’…”did you see where he touched me?” Ignore the rules for once and see what happens…what have we got to lose?

  • The report ("The Dossier") that claims that Donald Trump colluded with Russia, was paid for by the DNC and Hillary Clinton campaign. The company that claims that Russia hacked DNC computer servers, was paid by the DNC and Hillary Clinton campaign. The FBI's counterintelligence probe into Trump's alleged connections to Russia was launched on the...
  • “Soon the investigative crosshairs will settle on Brennan. He’d better have the right answers.”

    Nah…he’ll put on his full burka and squeal something about racism.

  • Tracking the consequences of Israel’s apparent conviction that it should never be bound by the rules and conventions that constrain the behavior of other countries sometimes leads one into dark places. The daily torments inflicted on the Palestinians is increasingly a horrific tale that has no apparent end, while Benjamin Netanyahu struts and boasts of...
  • Nice try Phil…

    “Cars and girls are easy come by in this day and age,
    Laughing, joking, drinking, smoking,
    Till I’ve spent my wage.
    When I was young people spoke of immorality,
    All the things they said were wrong,
    Are what I want to be.”**

    **Dreja, McCarty, Beck, Relf, Samwell-Smith

  • Is President Trump a racist? If an impartial trial were held today, the President could certainly muster a formidable defense. After all, under his administration black unemployment is at an all time low, his re-industrialization policy is perfectly suited to provide even more jobs for African Americans and trillions spent on rebuilding our infrastructure will...
  • “Is President Trump a Racist?”

    How is the ‘writer’ here using ‘is’ and just what is a ‘racist’?

  • Kimani Paul-Emile is a light-skinned black woman who teaches law at Fordham Law School. Since graduating from Brown University in 1993 and getting a law degree from Georgetown, she has been showered with countless honors and fellowships, and in 2016, she co-founded the Center for Race, Law, and Justice at Fordham. “Just suing isn’t going...
  • “…race norming…”

    LOL!!! My new favorite term…

    ‘Wait…has this menu been ‘race normed’? ‘Are these GPS devices ‘race normed’?

    Or (waiting for the headline) “Google to ‘race norm’ all search results.

  • Now I understand why Haiti is so dysfunctional. It’s not because all the citizens are negroes, it’s because they are all “disabled.”

    • LOL: n230099
    • Replies: @Wally
    No question about it, in virtually every instance where blacks are in great numbers, control the governments of cities, counties, regions, states, countries, & continents we see massive disabilities which result in:

    massive murder rates
    massive crime in general
    degraded property
    massive disease, especially STDs
    massive drug abuse
    general filth, squalor
    massive, unable to support their own children, birthrates
    massive youth pregnancies rates
    massive school dropout rates
    incredibly low IQs & test scores
    violence as a way of life
    fathers nowhere to be found

    , @hunor
    it is correct they are disabled , it is not they fault. they do not know any better.
    in our theatre of humanity there is two kind of people, one who has a desire to become, the Europeans and Asians . because of they desire to become the are evolving , accumulating experience
    and resulting reasoning capacity / IQ / the others are the people of amazon , the Papuans, aboriginal, and Africans are non becoming peoples. this is not a put down or a judgment just an observation , or situational awareness. the non becoming people also does have desire , but they
    want to grab it on the easy way , not realizing easy is a deadly trap there is no way out of it. easy does
    not offer trained reasoning , and can not have independent future. the easy way "professor" who demand more , and more and ever more shakedowns not understanding if there is nothing more to shakedown, we are a planet of Haitian hood culture.
  • Vietnam: it’s always there. Looming in the past, informing American futures. A 50-year-old war, once labeled the longest in our history, is still alive and well and still being refought by one group of Americans: the military high command. And almost half a century later, they’re still losing it and blaming others for doing so....
  • @n230099
    Until the young wise up and realize that the military operations in other countries have nothing to do with the freedoms we have here and that they're being used as fodder for the investments that the MIC has in the companies that make the tools of war, we will keep having this nonsense. The kids need to wise up. The government has at its disposal all it needs to 'win' if it wants to. But if you 'win', the sales and manufacturing of the goodies is curtailed. They'd rather send the kids into the meat grinder all pumped up thinking they're 'preserving freedom'...LOL!

    The kids need to wise up.

    I suspect most of them would wise up if their elders did so first, and would teach ’em.

    One of the most annoying sights to me is to see some ancient fart wearing some sign that he’s a vet. Even though I was once a sucker too, I always make it a point to remind them that we had no business in whatever war they happen to be glorifying and still wallowing in.

    How old does one have to be to get a clue?

    • Agree: n230099
  • Until the young wise up and realize that the military operations in other countries have nothing to do with the freedoms we have here and that they’re being used as fodder for the investments that the MIC has in the companies that make the tools of war, we will keep having this nonsense. The kids need to wise up. The government has at its disposal all it needs to ‘win’ if it wants to. But if you ‘win’, the sales and manufacturing of the goodies is curtailed. They’d rather send the kids into the meat grinder all pumped up thinking they’re ‘preserving freedom’…LOL!

    • Replies: @jacques sheete

    The kids need to wise up.
     
    I suspect most of them would wise up if their elders did so first, and would teach 'em.

    One of the most annoying sights to me is to see some ancient fart wearing some sign that he's a vet. Even though I was once a sucker too, I always make it a point to remind them that we had no business in whatever war they happen to be glorifying and still wallowing in.

    How old does one have to be to get a clue?
    , @Alden
    I think the kids are more pumped up
    with college tuition, VA health , a chance to learn a civilian applicable skill
    , citizenship and something to do other than competing with illegal Indios for low wages.
  • "All the News That's Fit to Print" proclaims the masthead of The New York Times. "Democracy Dies in Darkness," echoes The Washington Post. "The people have a right to know," the professors at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism hammered into us in 1962. "Trust the people," we were admonished. Explain then this hysteria, this...
  • This Mueller stuff has morphed into an ‘OJ looking for the real killers’ thing.

  • Clearly not a meeting of the Gaza Mensa club.

  • The present arrives out of a past that we are too quick to forget, misremember, or enshroud in myth. Yet like it or not, the present is the product of past choices. Different decisions back then might have yielded very different outcomes in the here-and-now. Donald Trump ascended to the presidency as a consequence of...
  • As strange as it is to have Trump as President and as sad as it is to still be mucking around militarily in so many places, I’ll take the exposing of the swamp denizens over the sense of malaise and creepiness of the last two Presidents any day. And for those of us that lived through, let’s say, 65-70 when hundreds of Americans a week were coming home in body bags, riots and assassinations and they were shooting the kids at the schools…this is pretty tame. D.C. needed an enema and right now the ‘floaters’ in the Potomac are a beautiful sight.

    • Replies: @bluedog
    What floaters are you referring too for I haven't seen any turds floating on the waters,and as far as enemas Trumps inter-circle could use a few,I lived thru the 50's and 60's saw our love of war and the results of that love,and don't bet it won't come again, as this empire simply won't fade away into the night, but will go kicking and screaming taking as many as it can as it goes...
  • Russia-gate is becoming FBI-gate, thanks to the official release of unguarded text messages between loose-lipped FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok and his garrulous girlfriend, FBI lawyer Lisa Page. (Ten illustrative texts from their exchange appear at the end of this article.) Despite his former job as chief of the FBI’s counterintelligence section, Strzok had the...
  • “It would have been unfortunate enough for Strzok and Page to have their adolescent-sounding texts merely exposed, revealing the reckless abandon of star-crossed lovers hiding (they thought) secrets from cuckolded spouses, office colleagues, and the rest of us.”

    True…One of the first thoughts I had was that these were, at most, highschool level communications. To think this is ‘high level’ government in action is, at once, amusing and disturbing.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    The question that springs to mind (at least mine) is: Given all the texting they were doing, when did they get time to do any actual shagging?
  • Indoctrinated for decades by relativism, we’re supposed to consider all life styles equal and never pass judgments. There must be legitimate reasons for a culture to embrace, for example, child marriage, bride kidnapping, female circumcision, Oprah Winfrey, or universal, all day long access to pornography. Shit, though, is a hard sell, thus open sewers or...
  • @wayfarer
    Get up every morning at 0330, having slept well within a $500 used fifth-wheel in a lonely trailer-park some 20-miles north of the Arizona-Mexico border. Take a solitary walk under a crystal clear sky of stars, planets, and moods of the moon; to a public bath-house for a hot hotel-shower.

    Swing by the “magic dumpsters” on my way back, which can be a man's best friend as transient travelers often place unwanted treasure there. Sometimes the universe has exactly what a soul needs, or even doesn't really need like a framed picture of some distant south-pacific island paradise.

    Always make a quick stop at the “slot-machine” a local newspaper dispenser, which at times has loose coins in its return, just waiting for life's lucky gambler.

    Then it's a pot of coffee, a pastel desert sunrise, and another new day in coyote country.

    http://images.fineartamerica.com/images-medium-large-5/a-sonoran-desert-sunrise-saija-lehtonen.jpg

    That pic is a lot further north than “20-miles north of the Arizona-Mexico border”.

    • Replies: @wayfarer
    Ya, think?

    Thank god, for rocket scientists.

    Here's another view of the Sonoran Desert.

    Is this one accurate enough, for you?

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/97/0a/9c/970a9c515ce7bdb1335f8a672f841241.jpg
  • Informationclearinghouse recently posted an article by Darius Shahtahmasebi entitled "Israel Keeps Bombing Syria and Nobody Is Doing Anything About It". Following this publication I received an email from a reader asking me the following question: While in his article Darius Shahtahmasebi wonders why the world is not doing anything to stop the Israelis ("Why haven’t...
  • “…however, that does in no way mean that the Russians when dealing with Israel should not consider the fact that Israel is a nuclear armed power ruled by racist megalomaniacs.”

    There are nuclear armed powers that are not?

  • Put this dump [back] in Egypt and be done with it. The anachronistic throwback Hamas knotheads running it are just a pain in the arse. There’s 26 (+/-) miles of Mediterranean coastline there and the dumbazzas running it don’t get it that “they don’t make any more of that”. The place could be a gem on the sea. Come on palies…suck it up and ‘come down off your crosses…we need the wood’.

    • Replies: @Altai
    This is the most hilarious boomerpost ever. Even got the unnecessary ellipsis. Just from the content I can tell it's real and not a parody. Everything about it, it's just beautiful.

    The key to a good boomerpost is lack of self-reflection and combining a boomerpost with Zionism just seems to take it over the edge into something more.

  • Russia avoided the Syrian quagmire despite dire predictions. Putin minimised his footprint, his war is almost over, ISIL has been defeated. Trump could also exclaim “Mission is completed!” – and fly home. But it seems he is eager to rush in where angels fear to tread. Trump does not mind doing for the Israeli Prime...
  • “The question is how many dead bodies will Trump need in order to understand that there is no place like home, and that American presence in Syria is unwelcome.”

    Trump ran using a non interventionist ‘tone’ but, upon winning, was quickly pulled aside and informed that the President has little to do with these type policies. Until we are able to raise at least two generations in a row of young people that view military service as silly, stupid and suited only for neanderthal goons, we’ll have this nonsense.

    “He’s the universal soldier and he really is to blame
    His orders come from far away no more”**

    ** Buffy Sainte-Marie. c. 1962

  • Mr. Trump’s comment regarding his preference for immigrants from Norway instead of “shithole countries” such as Haiti engendered among the commentariat a great squealing. I cannot fathom this. Are they geographic virgins, and just don’t know anything of the world? Is it only the usual schadenfreudian gotcha pile-on? The if-A-then-B response to stimulus of a...
  • “‘Did you hear me use profanity?’ Durbin asked”

    Watching ‘turban-durbin’ become frustrated and testy was delicious. Clearly he doesn’t get it that many consider everything out of his purty little mouth to be profane.

  • “I have spent a good third of my professional life working to convince the readers—and often editors—of both Russian and American publications that Vladimir Putin is a threat to the world as we know it.” Thus spake Russian-born journalist and author Masha Gessen, a current heroine of the more intellectual part of the PC hive....
  • One word ‘Masha’…thorazine. Get some quick, you’re over thinking the world.

  • Jerry Seinfeld, the Jewish American comedian, who was performing in Tel Aviv Israel at the Menora Mavtichim Arena at the end of December, recently made the news over his real live adventure at an anti-terrorism tourism camp. The so-called Counter Terror and Security Academy named Caliber 3 is a tourist training camp near the Efrat...
  • @Wally
    said:
    "What’s always so delicious about this kind of stuff is that the Americans that spout it, themselves sit on the blood soaked land they took from the indigenous here. "

    Yes those low IQ Indians don't even need to work a day in their lives now. Some "blood soaking" that was.
    As for the invading violent Zionists vs. the Palestinians, well the Palestinians they haven't been so fortunate.

    Forget the 'slippery slope' — Israel already is an apartheid state: Neil Macdonald
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/opinion/israel-slippery-slope-1.4368018

    www.codoh.com

    “…well the Palestinians they haven’t been so fortunate.”

    I agree, they may be even dumber than the natives in the Americas. Maybe import some of that good o’l firewater you gave yours…?

  • @WJ
    There is not one square meter of this earth, outside of the polar regions, that isn't "soaked in blood" of the conquered. In Israel's case, the blood soaked land was conquered and gained through the assistance of outsiders, primarily the US via massive military and financial aid.

    Relax…the forest always grows back. The ‘earth’ is not here just to make you happy for the microsecond you’re here.

    • Replies: @renfro

    The ‘earth’ is not here just to make you happy for the microsecond you’re here.
     
    Its not here to make us unhappy either.
    And your little illustration has nothing to do with the subject.
    You shouldn't publish every erroneous ultimate truth brain fart you have just because you have nothing to say about the actual issue.
  • @iffen
    the Americans that spout it, themselves sit on the blood soaked land they took from the indigenous here.

    Yes, but the Americans eventually decided that their treatment of the Indians was not kosher and decided, "Hey, you don't have to live on the rez if you don't want to."

    ““Hey, you don’t have to live on the rez if you don’t want to.”

    LOL!! Exactly…’look, you can have some casinos but we get to keep Manhattan”.

    • Replies: @iffen
    Exactly…’look, you can have some casinos but we get to keep Manhattan”.

    Is it your argument that in a future "peace" agreement, Israel should give up Tel Aviv or perhaps the Jezreel Valley?
    , @Pat Kittle
    LOL!! Exactly…’look, you can have some casinos but (((we))) get to keep (((Manhattan)))”.

    Fixed it for you.
  • “…the Efrat settlement south of Bethlehem, which means it is, appropriately enough, actually built on land stolen from the Palestinians.”

    What’s always so delicious about this kind of stuff is that the Americans that spout it, themselves sit on the blood soaked land they took from the indigenous here.

    People like the dude writing this remind me of a lady I encountered at a mountain roadside pull off on Mt Lemmon in southern AZ overlooking an area recently burned by a large forest fire. Her head slowly shook as a tear slid down her cheek. When I reminded her that in a thousand years you won’t even know this had happened her eyes flashed hatred at the suggestion.

    But without a sense of ‘geologic’ time, she couldn’t grasp that her emotions were driven by the desire for things to look pretty for her,now(me-me-me-me-me). It’s the same for the writer here. If he would think back in thousand year increments, the history of the area that has him so befuddled, he would see that the ‘world turns’ and ‘things change’. It’s unrealistic to demand that the world ‘look pretty’ just for you. The time one spends crying over the forest fire will be time one will, as they say…never get back.

    • Troll: L.K
    • Replies: @iffen
    the Americans that spout it, themselves sit on the blood soaked land they took from the indigenous here.

    Yes, but the Americans eventually decided that their treatment of the Indians was not kosher and decided, "Hey, you don't have to live on the rez if you don't want to."
    , @WJ
    There is not one square meter of this earth, outside of the polar regions, that isn't "soaked in blood" of the conquered. In Israel's case, the blood soaked land was conquered and gained through the assistance of outsiders, primarily the US via massive military and financial aid.
    , @Wally
    said:
    "What’s always so delicious about this kind of stuff is that the Americans that spout it, themselves sit on the blood soaked land they took from the indigenous here. "

    Yes those low IQ Indians don't even need to work a day in their lives now. Some "blood soaking" that was.
    As for the invading violent Zionists vs. the Palestinians, well the Palestinians they haven't been so fortunate.

    Forget the 'slippery slope' — Israel already is an apartheid state: Neil Macdonald
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/opinion/israel-slippery-slope-1.4368018

    www.codoh.com
    , @EliteCommInc.
    There are several problems with this line


    1. acknowledging one social wrong is not disqualify addressing another.

    2. acknowledging past wrongs should create empathy for the plight of others

    3. merely throwing up one's hands because my grand father engaged in some wrong as though that prevents me from observing a wrong today of my own or someone else is hardly a way forward to be a healthier dynamic.


    It is certainly possible to acknowledge my own error and proceed to press the correction of another. This is the kind of liberal advance that hamstrings corrective behavior.


    As usual appreciate the information Mr. Giraldi

  • Introductory note: I wanted to touch upon this subject for a long, long while, because it is one I care about a lot. However, it is also totally off-topic for this blog. However, since in Russia there is a lull (that is putting it mildly) between New Year and the Orthodox Nativity, I decided to...
  • “When no one knows who is armed…everyone is”.

  • If the first months of 2017 were a time of great hopes following the historical defeat of Hillary Clinton, the year is ending in a sombre, almost menacing manner. Not only has the swamp easily, quickly and totally drowned Trump, but the AngloZionist Empire is reeling from its humiliating defeat in Syria and the Neocons...
  • Until the young are educated in a manner to where their first question is “what kind of a dumbass goes in the military? “, this nonsense will continue.

    • Replies: @jacques sheete

    Until the young are educated in a manner to where their first question is “what kind of a dumbass goes in the military? “, this nonsense will continue.
     
    True.

    Another should be "how are my tax dollars being spent and why are they being spent that way?"

    Smedley Butler had some answers but even he only scratched the surface.

    Another one should be, "what kind of dumbass gives a standing ovation to a smirking, mindless monster not once, but repeatedly, and then votes to send it billions of dollars?"

    "Cui bono?" and the admonition to question everything still top the list though.
    , @NoseytheDuke
    Your point is of critical importance. Time for the womenfolk to close up to all those serving like was done long ago in Greece.
  • At age 18, Theo volunteered for the Marines and was sent to Vietnam. Based near the demilitarized zone, he saw much fighting and lost most of his left arm in 1968. Post war, Theo learned karate, opened a dojo, married, fathered three children, got his college degree and became a high school teacher. The Philly...
  • “Theo went to Vietnam because he believed in fighting Communism.”

    Yeah, I doubt that. At 18, in the late 60s, we didn’t know what “communism” was, let alone believing there was anything we could do about it…who writes this stuff?

    • Replies: @ger
    Theo was lead to believe Communism was a physical threat to 'The American Way Of Life'. Little did he know it was all about capitalist ideology. Trillions of dollars have been spent and perhaps millions killed to prevent any alternative to 'capitalism'. The 'cold war' was not about containing Russia, it was about forcing Russia to spend it resources and capital on war machines instead of true socialist programs that would have exposed capitalism as second rate. It seems to have worked very well, as one can now count the capitalist that control the world on five to eight fingers. Only an outright idiot would consider going to war to make them richer!
    , @Da Wei
    n230099, "who writes this stuff?" Linh Dinh. And he's a damn good writer.

    Those of us who were 18 in Theo's day or, in my case, before, were probably better informed about the world than we would be at that age now. "The world" I refer to includes ambiguities like "communism", a term as frequently used and seldom defined as "racist". A lot of bright young men during the 60s were caught up with parades and speeches, WWII vets' admonishments and the domino theory, then, the Induction Centers.

    Most fights are fueled by ignorance, so not fully understanding what we think we fight against might just be a requirement of wanting to fight it. I can fully understand that Theo went off with the intent to fight communism. Just what that is, I'm not so sure, and I've lived in a "communist" country now for over ten years. By the way, I left to make a better living and escape race and gender politics.

    , @Truth
    You weren't familiar with McCarthy in the late 60's?
    , @Alden
    We knew all about communism and the Chinese communism that threatened Indonesia, and Vietnam

    We grew up knowing what happened in Eastern Europe after the soviet take over.

    Of course our college professors kept telling us how wonderful the communist take over of China was.
    , @felix giordano
    i was 19 and told him not to go.but he really was a john wayne quoting true believer back then.and his father was at pearl harbor.so he like a lot of guys bought into it.while i was at all the anti-war marches..when he came back ,he joined the anti-war movement..it was the 60s.hillery worked for goldwater.in 64.i worked for LBJ.and in 68 for gene mccarthy,and bobby kennedy..in those days people were all over the political landscape...still are.
  • After a video came out this week of two young Palestinian women slapping Israeli soldiers in the occupied village of Nabi Saleh, the Israeli leftwing group Peace Now tweeted that the soldiers were “heroes” for not responding violently, and issued a statement commending the soldiers for “demonstrating moral fortitude in the face of an attempted...
  • @Mis(ter)Anthrope
    And soon American young men will die in a war against Iran that will only benefit Israel and destroy the USA.

    It makes me sick to my stomach that we have allowed the Jews to manipulate us to the point that our corrupt government cares more about Israel than the American people that are supposed to serve.

    “…And soon American young men will die in a war against Iran…”

    Let’s fix that:

    And soon the dumbest of the dumb American young men will die in a war against Iran.

    Until Americans say, no, we will no longer participate in this nonsense, the dumb will keep dying. On the bright side at least they’re not in the way here.

    • Replies: @Wally
    So those misled American guys deserve to die for "that shitty little country", 'Israel'?

    You come off as a faltering Zionist.

    https://i2.wp.com/radioislam.org/holo/HOLO_fichiers/ship_sinking.gif

  • The path forward for the Democrats is clear. They need to accept responsibility for their humiliating defeat to Donald Trump and move on. That means they need to stop passing the buck and make a solid effort to reconnect with the millions of disillusioned ex-Dems in the center of the country who either didn’t vote,...
  • Michelle has been in the meatgrinder chaos of whitehouse living for 8 years. Now, maybe she liked it but I’m not sure she has the attraction to and visceral need for power for its own sake we see in the Clintons.

  • The current sexual harassment obsession may eventually subside but until then, matters will probably get worse. And by “worse” we don’t mean just additional victims accused of long past increasingly petty offenses. Rather, social justice warriors will soon join the crusade and their involvement will be far more odious than digging up dirt about celebrities...
  • This is a gag piece…right…please…

  • Americans have been living in a country that has not known peace since 9/11, when President George W. Bush and his posse of neoconservatives delivered the message to the world that “you are either with us or against us.” The threat was coupled with flurry of hastily conceived legislation that opened the door to the...
  • This piece hits on something some friends and I spoke of years ago. We said then, this ISIS is the neocolonialists new ‘moneymaker’. When ISIS started holding up severed heads they knew they’d found gold or struck oil as they say.

  • One Hundred years after the Balfour Declaration – what is actually going on in Palestine? I’d like to say that Palestine is burning and Israel suffers, but the truth must be told: Israel and Palestine are prospering under Netanyahu. It has never been so good. The minimum wage on the Israeli side is now over...
  • “…I loved the good old Palestine of private stone houses amid vineyards, and Palestinian peasants always at work with their olive trees and springs. It is gone….”

    Yeah well…welcome to earth. Those of us that remember Phoenix, AZ in the 50s with the oranges and to the south cotton, adobe buildings and a laid back feel to the ‘cowboy’ ambience ‘feel your pain’…but things are what they are.

  • Before I get going with my thesis, I have to discuss what it means to be racist. This is no easy matter, because most of the people who talk about racism (and in particular those who accuse others of being racists) do not bother to say what they mean. Let's start with a thought experiment....
  • People convinced that they must ‘solve’ the ‘race problem’ for themselves will never be happy because it’s built as a insoluble construct. Time spent musing about it will be time you will, as they say, never get back. If the above piece doesn’t convince you that ‘overthinking’ is to be avoided, nothing will.

  • In George W. Bush’s home state of Texas, if you are an ordinary citizen found guilty of capital murder, the mandatory sentence is either life in prison or the death penalty. If, however, you are a former president of the United States responsible for initiating two illegal wars of aggression, which killed 7,000 U.S. servicemen...
  • Still, as criminal as Bush and Obama’s actions were, between Wilson, FDR, Truman, and Kennedy/Johnson, there are way more Americans dead for nothing than these pikers killed.

    • Agree: jacques sheete
  • It was a 200-mile journey from Saigon to Dak Lak, a highlands province that saw much fighting during the Vietnam War. Just north of Saigon, I passed quite a few grand villas, with two dog statues on gate columns, though some owners outdid their neighbors by having lions instead. The further north I went, the...
  • …illegal logging[is] a great source of cash, and they’re developing a taste for the accoutrements of modern life, such as blue jeans, cable TV, beer and the smart phone.”

    LOL!! Welcome to earth…good grief.

  • [This interview has been excerpted from Global Discontents: Conversations on the Rising Threats to Democracy, the new book by Noam Chomsky and David Barsamian to be published this December.] David Barsamian: You have spoken about the difference between Trump’s buffoonery, which gets endlessly covered by the media, and the actual policies he is striving to...
  • Well, overall, it sounds like this Chomsky dude didn’t think this all through first or he would have done more to prevent it. Acting all nervous now and pulling the “Will Robertson’s Robot” act is sad.

  • With the rise in public visibility of far-right-wing militants in the U.S. following the events in Charlottesville, much of the public is scrambling to understand just what this movement is and what forces are driving it. With much of the public discussing strategies for how best to fight right-wing extremism, the need for constructive solutions...
  • @conatus
    This conflation of ‘White Nationalism’ with the pejorative ‘White Supremacism ‘ by the media is a sly move to keep YT from organizing as a political group. YT must keep stepping back in guilt for the Diversity-is-our-strength transmogrification to continue to work.
    Lawrence G. Proulx first brought my attention to the idea of 'definitonal hypertrophy.' I think it is an oft-used tactic of the left. Expanding the goal posts on 'racism' and 'sexism' and now 'nationalism' to include highly negative aspects cloaks former common sense concepts in the dark pejorative poncho.
    Is any white organization a racist org.? Is this an example of definitional hypertrophy? The definition of ‘racism’ has expanded considerably over the years, from Birmingham, Al. regs in the fifties to simply ‘noticing race’ differences nowadays. 'Sexism went from not hiring women to saying 'Hey you look sexy.' So why not move the goal posts on ‘nationalism’ to make it equal to ‘supremacism’? Thus any peep from a group that refers to the people formerly known as ‘White’ w/o an apology is racist.

    Agree, and another sleight apparent in the writings of this and other’s like him is the complete absence of the term ‘far left’. According to them there’s a ‘far right’ populated with ‘supremacists’ and, as you note, conflated with ‘nationalists’ and all put into one pot with ‘racists’ and what people like this dude call ‘fascists’. But when they get to themselves…there is only the innocuous sounding ‘progressive’ used to describe their ‘side’.

  • “Anthony DiMaggio is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Lehigh University. He holds a PhD in [insert jaw harp sounds here] political communication…”

  • At this point I want everybody to forget the assassination of JFK because it’s too far back in time for even Boomers to remember many of the details. Forget 9/11 because we’ll never see the documents highlighting the entire story for decades to come. And pretty much forget the Michael Brown saga (just put it...
  • Well, that was a wild ride through ‘WTF’ land. I hadn’t paid much attention to Charlottesville in the first place as I assumed it was a manufactured media circus. But, if any truth exists in the above, it makes it a tad more interesting.

  • On June 8th 1967 the United States Navy intelligence ship the U.S.S. Liberty was attacked in international waters by aircraft and vessels belonging to Israel. Thirty-four sailors, Marines and civilians were killed in the attack. The deliberate Israeli air and sea onslaught sought to sink the clearly identified intelligence gathering ship and kill all its...
  • Israel describing the Liberty Captain: “A man’s got to know his limitations”**

    **Harry Callahan

  • For many years, John McCain has been one of the major war hawks in the Senate, but he was not that way for more than a decade after he was first elected to Congress. When he entered the House of Representatives in 1983, he was a cautious realist, holding the position that U.S. military power...
  • “If they’ve nothing to contribute to today, they drown their sorrows in what they perceive as the heroism of yesterday. “

    This dude’s time is short and he wants one with his name on it…we are all in grave danger.

  • It has been nearly 24 hours. I’ve never been so angry about anything in my entire life. I had to unplug from the internet after I was blinded with rage when the news broke that the Charlottesville Police had issued arrest warrants for more of our people who were defending themselves and others: This is...
  • The Republican political ads for the midterms should be a hoot as they link their Dem opponents to this dude with the flamethrower.

  • The Muslim conquest of Hispania began in 711 and ended in 1492. In Catalonia, they were expelled by 1154, with their last stronghold the mountainous village of Siurana, which today has but 39 residents, though with several restaurants for tourists. Walking through it, I almost felt like I was in a theme park or movie...
  • “As for Charlottesville, of course it’s way too simplistic to brand all those who object to the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue as “racists”…”

    Well, that’s ‘mighty white’ of you. Good grief!

  • New data compiled by the World Socialist Web Site, with the assistance of other Internet-based news outlets and search technology experts, proves that a massive loss of readership observed by socialist, anti-war and progressive web sites over the past three months has been caused by a cumulative 45 percent decrease in traffic from Google searches....
  • If Google has a search algorithm ‘design’ for this topic or site, it has ‘designs’ for numerous others also. Hopefully the writer here is not of the opinion that he/she alone is being ‘picked on’.

    • Replies: @Che Guava
    You can be sure that the writers would support far stronger measures than a drop in Google redirection against any expression with which they disagree.

    Here, I am asking for their response to my precise characterisation of their type. Also estimating probabitiity of any response, still less a reasoned one, at zero.
  • Chapeau, Mr Browder! Hats off for this incredible man. Last month, he succeeded in stopping a film screening in the European parliament and took off a few articles from American web sites. This week, he turned the only US screening of a film critical to his version of events into a ruckus. No freedom of...
  • @Kiza
    I have written this before, but most US citizens think that CIA is a big bureaucracy which does secret stuff. Although this is partially true, there are also free-wheeling agents who work primarily for their own private or group interest (getting rich) and hopefully also in the Israeli and/or US national interest. Like in everything else, intelligence agencies are organised in a packing order: Mossad at the top, CIA working for Mossad, MI6 and BND working for CIA and so on. But most of the time these agencies both cooperate and compete and sometimes shaft each other (e.g. 911), from project to project.

    One small complaint within a great article. Israel says:


    One has to recognise that the US is second to none for freedom of speech on the globe.
     
    This is a wrong interpretation of what transpired. There are two reasons why the documentary could have been shown in the US but not in EU:
    1) EU is a lower level servant of the state of Israel than the US, and
    2) EU has the most draconian libel laws (especially UK), which make stating anything about a lawyered person prepared for lawfare too risky. Nothing to do with freedom of speech.

    The most interesting, previously unknown, detail to me in this article was that Browder's grandfather was the leader of the US Communist Party. This underlines Communism as primarily a Jewish movement world-wide.

    “The most interesting, previously unknown, detail to me in this article was that Browder’s grandfather was the leader of the US Communist Party. “

    That’s funny. The first thing I thought upon seeing the name and the topic was “oh good grief…could it be?’

  • This month’s big event was the annual conference of American Renaissance in Tennessee over the last weekend. It was a great success—the best of the several AmRen conferences I’ve attended. One difference with previous AmRen conferences in this location is that the anti-white protestors (practically all of them, of course, white themselves—Goodwhites) were allowed to...
  • So a ‘fly whisk’ is really a ‘dog whistle’?

    Good grief…there’s 5 minutes I’ll ‘never get back’. These people are nothing and will never change anything. This appears to be classic ‘overthinking’.

  • The latest US sanctions and the Russian retaliatory response have resulted in a torrent of speculations in the official media and the blogosphere – everybody is trying to make sense of a situation which appears to make no sense at all. Why in the world would the US Senate adopt new sanctions against Russia when...
  • ” 10 top most powerful lobbies in Washington, DC. They are (in the same order as in the original article)

    Tech Lobby
    Mining Industry
    Defense Industry
    Agribusiness Industry
    Big Oil
    Financial Lobby
    Big Pharma
    AARP
    Pro-Israel Lobby
    NRA”

    Well, some are ‘lobbies’ but some are just bogeymen.

  • The “Southern Poverty Lie Center”—that’s what late, lamented VDARE.com friend and talk-radio host Terry (“the Prisoner of South-Central”) Anderson called it. Officially—and to the journalists—it’s the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) founded and led by Morris Seligman Dees, Jr. But, in perhaps the SPLC’s worst-ever public relations crisis, the Respectable Right, and even some on...
  • Heidi needs to be shown where the salad bar is…good grief!

    • Replies: @woodNfish
    I suggest tying off her lower intestine around her fat sweaty neck and hanging her from a tree.
  • After chatting with Brett Stevens on Twitter, this is my attempt to move beyond the recent tiff and explain why White Nationalism 1.0 failed and how the Alt-Right is moving beyond that now. I’ve outlined the external and internal factors that held the movement back: Structural Factors Here’s a summary of the most important external...
  • LOL!! There’s 10 minutes I’ll ‘never get back!’

    “o·ver·think
    ˌōvərˈTHiNGk/Submit
    verb
    –gerund or present participle: overthinking think about (something) too much or for too long. In many cases, overthinking is caused by a single emotion: fear. When you focus on all the negative things that might happen, it’s easy to become paralyzed.”

  • Those of us who are highly critical of Israel’s ability to manipulate U.S. foreign policy frequently note how sites that permit comments on our articles are almost immediately inundated with hostile postings that are remarkably similar in both tone and substance. Given that it is unlikely that large numbers of visitors to the sites read...
  • As of this afternoon this ‘act.il’ app has 1000 downloads…spreading like wildfire!! Good grief welcome to the internet Phil.

  • Sunday, a Navy F-18 Hornet shot down a Syrian air force jet, an act of war against a nation with which Congress has never declared or authorized a war. Washington says the Syrian plane was bombing U.S.-backed rebels. Damascus says its plane was attacking ISIS. Vladimir Putin's defense ministry was direct and blunt: "Repeated combat...
  • It’s hard to see, with the recruiting and money raising potential this ISIS bunch provides that anyone will “beat’ them anytime soon. A ‘win-win’ is not hard to spot.

  • As a rule I try to see my glass half-full, leaving the half-empty one to other fellows. And now there are some good reasons for an eternal optimist to stick to his positive schedule. Though it tarried, the summer has come, after all, to the North. The skies are blue, the grass is green and...
  • “A true leftist, one who fights for the workers, would probably end up being lynched as a Commie.”

    Another piece that very quickly elicits the old ‘AJNTSA”. I’m surprised the USS Liberty was not somehow worked into this screed.

    Forgive us if we don’t see Corbyn and his ilk that approach political and societal solutions with the naivete of the thinking in the old song,

    “Now get this…we feed the rats to the cats and the cats to the rats and we get the catskins for nothing”**

    as being viable today.

    **Mould, Hart, Norton

  • At a recent panel discussion in Washington, screenwriter, film director and producer Oliver Stone briefly addressed the issue of alleged Russian interference in the recent national election, observing that “Israel interfered in the U.S. election far more than Russia and nobody is investigating them.” A few days later, in an interview with Stephen Colbert on...
  • “…John F. Kennedy, who also was about to take steps to rein in Israel’s secret nuclear weapons program when he was assassinated, which was a lucky break for Israel…”

    Well, we all ‘dodged a bullet’ there though.

    • Replies: @Carroll Price
    At the time of his death, JFK was in the process of implementing three crucial decisions arrived at earlier in his presidency: pulling all US troops out of Vietnam, re-introducing United States-backed currency in the form of US Silver Certificates, and putting a stop to Israel's development of nuclear weapons. Either one of which, alone was more than enough to guarantee his assassination at the hands of the Deep State.
  • Jonathan Revusky and I were in Mexico City for eight days. Though Jon had been there twice, this was my first taste of this extremely complex, exhilarating and sophisticated metropolis. For $85 a night, we had a spacious two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in Cuauhtémoc. It was cheaper than, say, Spokane, yet here we were in a...
  • “His wife added in perfect English, “Mexico City is like New York, London, Paris and Rome, all in one place!”

    And they must be doing something right in that no one is driving trucks down the sidewalks , flying planes into buildings or bombing the metros. It really is like heaven.

    • Replies: @Kyle a
    So the big city is safer than the suburbs and the sticks in Mexico. How reassuring for a rootless cosmopolitan such as yourself. Are you Korean poster?
    , @fitzGetty
    ... 10 severed heads "'found"' in Cabo last week ...
  • The shocking election result in the United Kingdom – the Conservatives losing their majority and the creation of a hung Parliament; and Jeremy Corbyn being more successful than any recent Labor candidate – cutting a 20 point Theresa May lead down to a near tie – gives hope to many that the global shift to...
  • Sure Jeremy…. A ‘tried and true formula:

    Now get this!
    We feed the rats to the cats and the cats to the rats
    And get the catskins for nothing”**

    **Norton, Mould, Hart

  • There has been a lot of media coverage mostly written by Israelis or American Jews regarding Israel’s “victory” fifty years ago during the so-called Six Days War directed against its Arab neighbors but I have yet to see an account that mentions the fate of the U.S.S. Liberty. Nevertheless, the Liberty is not forgotten. This...
  • Someone sure has a bug-up-their-butt about this. “War” is always a mess. Deal with it…we used to throw VC out the huey doors till the last one gave up what we wanted to hear. Now we buy our shirts and shoes from there. The time spent re-living the “Liberty” is time you will “never get back”.

    • Replies: @Z-man
    No, the Liberty affair is one of the few 'unadulterated' examples that clearly shows that the Zionists are not our friends! So it must be kept 'alive'!
    , @Jus' Sayin'...
    Hasbara. They must be paying by the post instead of the word to get the USS Liberty scandal once again out of the public eye.
    , @Rurik

    Deal with it
     
    yea, OK

    as you say "War" is always a mess

    https://furtherglory.files.wordpress.com/2015/09/majdanek-ovens.jpg

    deal with it and stop your crybaby whining already
    , @Bill Jones
    " Deal with it" : LBJ should have dealt with it.

    He should have glassed the shitty little country and the world would be a saner safer more prosperous place today.
  • In early June of 1967, at the onset of the Six Day War, the Pentagon sent the USS Liberty from Spain into international waters off the coast of Gaza to monitor the progress of Israel’s attack on the Arab states. The Liberty was a lightly armed surveillance ship. Only hours after the Liberty arrived it...
  • “In early June of 1967, at the onset of the Six Day War, the Pentagon sent the USS Liberty from Spain into international waters off the coast of Gaza to monitor the progress of Israel’s attack on the Arab states.

    Yeah, that’s what was going on. Maybe get things straight before just ‘showing up. War is hell boys. By 1967 how many innocent North Vietnamese women and children had American war criminals like the toe now old goober McCain turned into blood puddles for no reason? Get over it…stuff happens.

    • Replies: @Anon
    What is your point? Has it got anything to do with the article? That there waa incompetence on the part of the US navy, or even higher up is not in doubt, so are you saying that the US had no right or reason to feel aggtieved by a deliberate attack by Israel on a US navy ship and the killing of many Americans?
    , @SolontoCroesus

    Get over it…stuff happens.

    per n230099
     

    According to H. Sacher, "get over it" is the antithesis of zionism:

    "THE Zionist movement dates from A.D. 70, the year of the destruction of the Temple and the Jewish State." A Jewish Palestine, by H. Sacher, in Atlantic, July 1919 https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1919/07/a-jewish-palestine/303393/
     
    According to Norman Finkelstein, "get over it" is not the Jewish way:

    "I like the Jews much more. I like their attitude. Do you know what the Jewish attitude is?
    Never to forgive.
    Never to forget.
    I agree with that."

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDe65-nF3FQ

    Finkelstein's affirmation of the "Jewish attitude" finds its source in Jewish scriptures; specifically, the Psalms of David, #137:

    "If I forget thee o Jerusalem may my right hand be forgotten . . ."

    Never forget:

    "Remember, O Lord, the children of Edom in the day of Jerusalem; who said, Rase it, rase it, even to the foundation thereof."

    And not only "Never forgive" but as an element of worship of the Jewish god, persistently and perpetually the Jewish psalter encourages Jews to seek revenge and the obliteration of the Other: Find your happiness in killing the children of those who thwart your territorial ambitions:


    O daughter of Babylon, who art to be destroyed; happy shall he be, that rewardeth thee as thou hast served us.
    Happy shall he be, that taketh and dasheth thy little ones against the stones."
     
    , @OilcanFloyd
    "Yeah, that’s what was going on. Maybe get things straight before just ‘showing up. War is hell boys. By 1967 how many innocent North Vietnamese women and children had American war criminals like the toe now old goober McCain turned into blood puddles for no reason? Get over it…stuff happens."

    I assume that you are Jewish or an Israeli, so this is rich coming from someone form a group that counts every slight, real or imagined, since time began. It's not just that war is hell, life is hell. The tables will turn again, and everyone will know too much to be guilted next time.
  • Several people sent me Mark Steyn’s YouTube video—he has a video channel he calls SteynPosts—from last Wednesday. It’s a 23-minute clip, right there on YouTube, and well worth your attention. Mark takes recently-elected French president Emmanuel Macron and his new political party as the starting point for his commentary. He refers to Macron as “this...
  • Africa population has been effectively managed by the U.N. and various NGOs using it as a ‘petri-dish’ testing their concoctions and trying out disease variants and making sure that children didn’t survive in great numbers. The mandating of ‘green’ technology has effectively kept large parts in a virtual stone age where medicine spoils and food rots. They may now be bored with it all and are letting the natural human tendency to advance take place. If the people are allowed to have health children, the chart cited will become a reality.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    If Western fools simply stop sending food, money, etc., to Africa, its population will fairly soon be lower than it is now.
  • More, more, more. I was guilty of it myself. Commanding a small cavalry troop of about 85 soldiers in southwest Kandahar Province back in 2011, I certainly wanted and requested more: more troopers, more Special Forces advisers, more Afghan police, more air support, more supplies, more money, more... everything. Like so many others in Afghanistan...
  • Until the young wake up and simply refuse to get involved with this nonsense, we’ll have plenty of knotheads to “honor”.

  • About two thirds of the USSR's 27 million casualties were civilians - that is, almost 10% of its prewar population. Had those percentages been applied to Nazi Germany, it would lost 8 million people - an order of magnitude than the 400,000 civilians it lost due to Allied strategic bombing, and the 600,000 who died...
  • Still, the reason we have war is because we’ve developed ‘rules’ for war. If everything was ‘on the table’ we’d have a lot fewer people contemplate it at all.

  • The word ‘Islam’ seems to have become by now, especially on the rightwing social spectrum, an all-encompassing code word for non-White residents and migrants. Predictably, the so-called asymmetric or hybrid wars waged by the US and EU against the ISIS are creating a widespread, albeit still muted hatred against Arabs and Muslims among the majority...
  • @War for Blair Mountain
    The Catholic Pope is a filthy old farting homosexual pedophile...


    Cardinal Timmothy Dolan is an old queen in a red dress....


    Generally speaking...All Catholic Priests are homosexual pedophiles....


    I have violent hatred of the Catholic Church....


    MS-13 terrorizes Long Island...and the bucolic Shenandoah Valley....they are a death Squadron Plague on America.....they will replace the antfifa as the frontline shock troops....along with the Mexican Zetas....in battle against the Alt Right and Native Born White Males in general who are resisting the Hispanic Catholic invasion.......


    War for Blair Mountain....Irish ex-Catholic...


    The race war is comming.....

    The clergy are like rodents on crack when they smell $$$$

  • Interesting piece. Thinking in its terms one really wonders how one should feel when someone drives a truck down the sidewalk. Anger or a chuckle? A bit of a toss up.

  • Oh Lord, it’s happening–the remanufacture of Trump by the Establishment. During the campaign, Trump and the Basilisk had nothing in common but their hair dye. Now, almost daily, he looks more like her. He gets embarrassing. Regarding the alleged gassing in Syria, quoth Donald: “When you kill innocent children, innocent babies — babies, little babies...
  • Interesting till…

    “Good draft-dodger that he was…”

    This is the language of someone with a ‘bug-up-their-butt’.

    • Replies: @mobi

    This is the language of someone with a ‘bug-up-their-butt’.
     
    A Mexican bug, apparently.
  • “Weimerica” is a common term for neoreactionaries and right wingers disgusted with the decadent culture and self-hatred of the modern United States. But it took on a whole new meaning Saturday when street fighting between organized groups of the Left and the Right broke out in Berkeley, California as antifa tried to shut down a...
  • They’re there because the cameras are there. This is all a type of ‘performance art’ to these knotheads. They do it because they know we’ll watch.

    • Replies: @Venator
    But why are there so many cameras? Is there a market for this? Or is it just for private consumption of violence-porn?
  • Spring in Washington would not be complete without the city’s famous cherry blossoms and the annual "Policy Conference" meeting of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). The 15,000 plus participants began arriving on Sunday and will be here at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center until tomorrow morning, at which point many of them...
  • And WWII is still considered ‘the good war’…go figure.

    • Replies: @HBM
    And don't you forget it, goy.
  • DEAR MEXICAN: In my hometown of Playa Larga (Long Beach, California), natives refer to a major avenida in our villa, Junipero Avenue (named for Father Junipero Serra, accused native genocider, a candidate for sainthood—but I digress), as Juan-a-pear-o. There is no "Juan" in Junipero, but that's how everyone in this town pronounces it. People who...
  • “Why Can’t Americans Pronounce Spanish-Named Cities in the United States Like Los Angeles Correctly?”

    To be fair they also have problems with חלת and חנוכה.

  • "The senator from Kentucky," said John McCain, speaking of his colleague Rand Paul, "is working for Vladimir Putin ... and I do not say that lightly." What did Sen. Paul do to deserve being called a hireling of Vladimir Putin? He declined to support McCain's call for a unanimous Senate vote to bring Montenegro into...
  • [shakes fist at sky] Damn you North Vietnamese!

    • LOL: L.K
  • In the spring of 2016, I asked a student of mine to do me a favor and figure out which day would be the 100th before Barack Obama’s presidency ended. October 12th, he reported back, and then asked me the obvious question: Why in the world did I want to know? The answer was simple....
  • “The Last 100 Days That Weren’t”

    It already feels like ‘the last 8 years that weren’t’. Obama now seems like the Presidency that never happened.

  • Back in 2016, Twitter bannings mostly targeted Gamergaters who pissed off the Gamerghazi clique who have seized Twitter's Orwellian-named "Trust & Safety Council," as well as the occasional outright Neo-Nazi. Now it seems to be extending beyond those groups to the entirety of the Alt Right, including the milquetoast Alt Lite, to NRx, and even...
  • Trying now to understand if I’m in any real danger due to the fact that I have no idea what the hell the piece is talking about.

  • SHARMINI PERIES: The latest economic indicator showed that the Greek economy shrank by 0.4% in the last three months of 2016. This poses a real problem for Greece, because its lenders are expecting it to grow by 3.5% annually, to enable it to pay back on its bailout loan. Greece is scheduled to make a...
  • Is it really a loan if you know you’ll never get it back? It sounds more like a gratuitous wealth transfer.

    • Replies: @anon
    It's loan sharking.

    Guy has a car worth 1k but no income - loan him $100 he can't pay back - take the car.

    Country has airports, mines, islands worth 100 billion - loan them 10 billion they can't repay - take the 100 billion in airports, mines and islands.

    It's why they've been keeping Greece on life support all this time - it takes time to loot a whole country.