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    This is interesting since I think people used to drink way more than they do now. My Grandmother and aunts drank whiskey and whiskey highballs and made it into their late nineties. Fraternal organizations, drinking and driving not being such a big deal, etc.

    I wonder if the real culprit here is the contraindication of their prescription medications with alcohol? The percentage of suburban women on some form of prescription medications for anxiety/mood elevation/sleep regulation is staggering. They’re mixing their drugs with alcohol and magnifying the effects while doing enormous organ damage.
     

    Yeah, interesting. My mom and all her friends were heavy drinkers. I'd say my mom would down a six-pack per night. Her girlfriends would get smashed on hard liquor a few times a week. My mom is still alive going on 90 but all of her friends died in their 50's and 60's from cancer. Never from alcohol abuse. They were all huge smokers. I wonder if smoking cigarettes mitigated the effects of alcohol?

    Flight of ideas.

    I watched Hitchcock’s “The Birds” last night. All the women smoking* all the time.

    The Birds was released in 1963. Watch the first 10 minutes and be depressed at what you have lost. See San Francisco early 60′s. I despair for you. Have a drink or two, maybe some oxycontin, heroin.

    How things have changed for Koreans.
    From The Birds:

    Socialite Melanie Daniels(Tippi Hedren): We’re sending a little Korean boy through school. We actually raise money for it.

    I assume they’d be raising money for kids in the non-commie south or maybe a refugee to the States. Either way both groups far from charity cases now.

    * Hoping hard-core open-borders multiculturalism goes the way of the cigarette. Pushed by corrupt big business, normalised, associated with glamour, vigour but very harmful for the community.

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  • From the New York Times: Don't let them in? Failing that, arrest them and keep them locked up until they can be deported? After all, what powers do European states have? Especially one as notoriously incompetent as Germany? I mean, whaddaya whaddaya? Governments can't just go around making people, much less foreigners, obey the law...
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    I've spent a lot of time with Syrian refugees in Sweden. Many of them would leave Sweden if conditions improve in Syria. Perhaps a small payment may be an incentive, perhaps an advance on their welfare.

    The Mediterranean coast, sunny days, the call to prayer, "One Of The Prettiest Sounds On Earth"( Obama). As compared to a cold land with cold people and the Eurovision Song Contest, "Not One Of The Prettiest Sounds On Earth"(anyone with ears).

    Here's hoping for a happy ending.

    Link should have gone to Fredrik. Wine.

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    Those people in the camps on Nauru would have borrowed big to get on the boat to Oz, so they won't be going back empty handed.
    PM Turnbull did a deal with Barry to send 1500 of them to the US, so Trump is going to have to walk the talk early on.

    I’ve spent a lot of time with Syrian refugees in Sweden. Many of them would leave Sweden if conditions improve in Syria. Perhaps a small payment may be an incentive, perhaps an advance on their welfare.

    The Mediterranean coast, sunny days, the call to prayer, “One Of The Prettiest Sounds On Earth”( Obama). As compared to a cold land with cold people and the Eurovision Song Contest, “Not One Of The Prettiest Sounds On Earth”(anyone with ears).

    Here’s hoping for a happy ending.

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    Link should have gone to Fredrik. Wine.
    , @Steve Sailer
    Right. If the war ends, pay them to go back to their sunny homes.

    Everybody is happy.

    Will the war end now that Aleppo has fallen?

    , @Giant Goose
    Haha, all emigrants hope someday to return to their home countries. It doesn't happen as often as it should because, unless they get rich, returning will usually mean a significant drop in living standards. These people are here to stay.
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  • From Time: Bummed About the Election? Finding a New Country Is a Lot Harder Than It Looks Joel Stein @thejoelstein Nov. 17, 2016 My lovely wife Cassandra and I had very different emotional reactions on election night. ... I mumbled something about checks and balances and Paul Ryan, but she cut me off: “You’d be...
  • @Daniel Chieh
    I don't have access to twitter here from the Great State of China. Can you paste the content?

    Benjamin Law said: “Sometimes the extent to which old white men dominate everything depresses me, then I remember how our future looks.”

    He was referring to the group photo of the James Ruse Class of 2016 seen in link below. All non- white high achievers.

    http://www.smh.com.au/national/education/hsc-results-2016-the-states-top-schools-in-english-and-maths-revealed-20161215-gtcgh0.html

    This “Future Belongs to Me” triumphalism annoys. The old white order replaced by something better. Really? Recent PISA data showed that Australian schools are in “Absolute Decline” and national IQ is dropping due to the impact of immigration.

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  • @CrunchybutRealistCon
    Yeah Oz & NZ still salvageable. Partly due to oceans, and the peril of the Aussie's croc & shark-infested northern coastline.
    A lot is riding on DJT not effing up the next couple years. If he does well, and carries through on deportations, wall construction, and attrition with e-verify, it will represent a sea change in thinking about what is possible to halt the demographic destruction of a western nation.
    Other countries and their populist parties will see the glowing example, and swallow that red pill nutritional supplement. Can western civ be saved? We'll know by 2018.

    But this is depressing. Treated well. Mostly well integrated. But then this.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/mrbenjaminlaw/status/809583893393199105

    I’ve noticed in the past year how the Sydney Morning Herald/The Age are talking about the “White male” like his time is up, like he is a minority. These articles most often written by white women. Such an obvious American thing. Try hard.

    Bogans aren’t pushovers. This will be a problem for anyone who thinks otherwise.

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    But this is depressing. Treated well. Mostly well integrated. But then this.
     
    They've been both (a) treated too well and (b) still suffer some discrimination in lieu of well-connected/PC whites. Many also don't end up with real life achievements commensurate with their academic rank, which is a mismatch not exclusive to minorities and has to do with poor curriculum priorities.

    Part of solving (a) is calling them out when they get all anti-white.

    , @everybodyhatesscott
    Of course he's a homosexual
    , @Daniel Chieh
    I don't have access to twitter here from the Great State of China. Can you paste the content?
    , @CrunchybutRealistCon
    It seems this is a trans-western phenomenon. Out-groups who feel insecure & resentful towards a historically dominant In-group seek to lessen their insecurity by demolishing the demographic status quo. The status quo demolition is dressed up with moralizing about diversity as a mask for their darker resentment-based motives.
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  • From Slate on December 4, 2016: From Slate on December 14, 2016:
  • @Tacitus2016
    What she said about Trump and his daughter. Sick mind! But not the first of her kind to go there. Deplorable insight. Give 'em enough rope.(overdue for a Clash nod)

    Short-Fingered Vulgarians.(language warning)

    https://mobile.twitter.com/ashleyfeinberg/status/809167062367141888

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  • What she said about Trump and his daughter. Sick mind! But not the first of her kind to go there. Deplorable insight. Give ‘em enough rope.(overdue for a Clash nod)

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    Short-Fingered Vulgarians.(language warning)

    https://mobile.twitter.com/ashleyfeinberg/status/809167062367141888

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  • Here are the overall 2015 PISA scores (averaging the Science, Reading, and Math scores equally), with color coding to put the various American scores (red bars) in perspective. Keep in mind that some countries didn't do a good job of rounding up everybody who was supposed to take the test, which probably serves to boost...
  • Can’t see scores for Asian-Australians or White-Australians but there are scores for ‘Indigenous’-Australians – ie Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders. They don’t do well.

    https://www.acer.edu.au/files/PISA-First-Look.pdf#page77

    Immigrant Background – could be Asian, could be Arabs or Africans.

    https://www.acer.edu.au/files/PISA-First-Look.pdf#page88

    Entire file.

    https://www.acer.edu.au/files/PISA-First-Look.pdf

    East Asians have done very well in past.

    https://johnjerrim.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/australia_asia_paper.pdf

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    Australians with Indigenous backgrounds scored 437 in science, 435 in reading, and 427 in math with an average score of 433. Black Americans scored 433 in science, 443 in reading, and 419 in math with an average score of 432.

    I want to congratulate Portugal for beating the OECD average and the US. In 2012, it was reported that only 28% of the population over the age of 30 had a high school diploma. Kids during Franco's era only had to go to school for three years. Portugal also spends less per student than the OECD average and the US.

    http://www.npr.org/2012/04/09/150062919/lack-of-graduates-hampers-portugals-recovery
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  • One would think Australia’s replace-the-bogan immigration policy should be improving PISA scores. But Australian schools are in ‘absolute decline’ globally says PISA report. How is this so?

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    Did Asian-Australian scores drop the way Asian-American scores plummeted?
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  • From my new movie review in Taki's Magazine: Read the whole thing
  • They do know that these loveable tricksters made the Moa disappear, for good? Moa. Moana. Sounds kinda similar to me. Silly me.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moa

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  • From the New York Times: What Is the Color of Beauty? A multibillion-dollar industry of skin-whitening products dominates the West African beauty market, creating a world of mixed messages for the women who live there. By HELENE COOPER NOV. 26, 2016 ACCRA, Ghana — ... Here in the heart of the multibillion-dollar industry of products...
  • @Cortes
    Except for the inevitable onset of skin cancers. My cousin from NSW has a face looking like an aerial photo of rectangular arable fields due to unwise exposure to the sun after emigrating from Scotland as a baby.

    Yes. The Celts were a terrible mismatch for the Australian climate. Now most people have no need to be out in the midday sun, so younger people will have better skin. Air-conditioning, indoor entertainment, attitude change = better skin.

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  • Australia was the same. If you didn’t have a tan you were a little embarrassing. To have a tan was to be desirable. If you had that milk and honey, blond hair and brown skin combo, you were at the top of the heap.

    Tanning not so popular now but tattoos are.

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    Except for the inevitable onset of skin cancers. My cousin from NSW has a face looking like an aerial photo of rectangular arable fields due to unwise exposure to the sun after emigrating from Scotland as a baby.
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  • While in the Western world Whites are colouring their exposed skin with God-awful tattoos. If they are wearing a cap and sunglasses, it can be difficult to determine their race at first glance. Pictattos, the ugly new race.

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    When it comes to the women, the ones who tattoo the most are the heaviest. Maybe they think it will make them look thinner?

    I sure wish muscular men wouldn't ink up. I like looking at well-shaped male muscles.
    , @Anon
    People get tattoos because they think they're totally uninteresting as people without them.

    This is correct.

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  • I mean, besides all that? (Here's my brief review of Sicario, one of the better movies of last year.)
  • What’s wrong with moving to Mexico? To be fair, learning another language is difficult and Canada is very similar to the US. Hell, if Canadians didn’t say ‘aboot’ I wouldn’t notice much difference in the accents. I’ve never noticed the ‘eh’ that they are supposed to say.

    Went to Tijuana once. Seedy place. One would think they could peek over the border for a few tips on how to fix up the place. Does it have to look so crappy? Not one Swede in the country? I went from a very nice part of Coronado to Tijuana. I’d go to Canada too.

    But we all know they won’t go ….and yes if ‘vibrancy’ is so great why not go to Mexico? Why not go to the wellspring.

    Locals as a Gringo makes his way down a Tijuana street.

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    Tijuana is not the "real" Mexico. The only reason it even exists is because it sits on the border. It was built to attract Americans across the border to do things that you couldn't do in America - drink and gamble, etc.. Then the laws in America changed and it became as seedy as Atlantic City.

    But if you go somewhere like San Miguel de Allende, it is more charming than anything that we have in the US with a perfectly preserved 17th century historic center.

    Mexico is a big country (from Tijuana to Cancun is the same as the distance from NY to LA) so you can't generalize just from one visit to one place, especially a marginal fringe place.
    , @LondonBob
    The 'aboot' no doubt a legacy of the stronger Scottish influence in Canada as against the more English settled American colonies.
    , @Brutusale
    THIS is how a gringo handles the Mexican street:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZ_7br_3y54
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  • On The View's election night coverage, Joy Behar asks Alicia Machado: "But you really were the tipping point of the election in a certain way, it really swayed a lot of people. How do you like being part of history like that?" It's like a scene from an alternate reality next four years that American...
  • @Anonymous
    The election is over, but apparently the erection isn't. It's really beta to keep harping about this....

    The next Japanese general election is due to take place on or before 13 December 2018.

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  • So Trump can expect the Nobel Peace Prize like Obama? He will be more deserving of it.

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  • What's up? - It's been a fun election, hasn't it? - And it's been the most serious Presidential election in recent years in terms of massively important issues about the future of America finally being aired by one of the candidates. - Here's Florida with 70% counted: - Here's my conspiracy theory about rigging elections...
  • @Tacitus2016
    I've been following Bill Mitchell on Twitter the past 24 hours. The Baghdad Bob or Comical Ali of this election. The mainstream press is so dishonest and fraudulent. I'll go down deluded in a bubble of my own choosing.

    The man is a prophet! Regaining faith in my fellow human beings.

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  • I’ve been following Bill Mitchell on Twitter the past 24 hours. The Baghdad Bob or Comical Ali of this election. The mainstream press is so dishonest and fraudulent. I’ll go down deluded in a bubble of my own choosing.

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    The man is a prophet! Regaining faith in my fellow human beings.
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  • It can’t help Trump that millions have witnessed him delivering the devastating blow, “You’re fired!” Who wants to vote for that guy? Seems heartless and prone to act on a whim.

    I had childhood epiphany that democracy won’t work in a multiculture. I remember the “Ha ha, you’re outnumbered now!” comments from an opposition who had boosted their numbers with newly arrived immigrants. Parts of Sydney fell 40 years ago.

    In Australia they are starting to name the White man. One used to be a bloke, now you’re a “white man”. I never wanted to be a race, just me.

    Hillary Clinton is psychopathic. It’s disappointing that my fellow human beings can’t or won’t see this, and will still vote for her. Terrible behaviour.

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  • The position of punter is the dullest in American football. His job is to kick the ball back to the other team when his team has failed to advance the ball ten yards in three plays. Punters are generally specialists who aren't quite good enough to play other positions. There is only one black punter...
  • In Australia, a punter is also a gambler, a ‘customer’ and a ‘man on the street’.

    Additionally, there’s colourful rhyming slang associated with the word punt.

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=drop+kick+%28Australian+slang%29&defid=1109427

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  • @Tacitus2016
    Will I be first?

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_rKHc5rCno8

    Reminds me of a male boss who had great difficulty getting women to wear safe practical shoes to work. He gave up in the end. But stories like this do not fit the narrative of the oppressive male patriarchy coercing women to wear impractical and uncomfortable shoes to work.

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    A good percentage of that which women complain about are self-imposed hardships. The rest is stuff men they aren't attracted to do, plus some hardships imposed by nature.
    , @PiltdownMan

    Reminds me of a male boss who had great difficulty getting women to wear safe practical shoes to work.
     
    These days, no male boss would dare suggest anything to women employees about how to dress appropriately for the workplace. A lawsuit and career impairment are the usual result for any who dare do so.
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  • Will I be first?

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    Reminds me of a male boss who had great difficulty getting women to wear safe practical shoes to work. He gave up in the end. But stories like this do not fit the narrative of the oppressive male patriarchy coercing women to wear impractical and uncomfortable shoes to work.
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  • From Vox, an article by Alvin Chang that's strikingly reminiscent of last April's New York Times article by Seoul Brother #1 Jay Caspian Kang on The Unbearable Whiteness of Baseball. Chang writes in October: K
  • We wuz Kangs!

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    "We wuz Kangs!"

    Surely "We wuz Changs!"


    (I must say Mr Chang has got the SJW look off to a T, with the goatee and huge specs)
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  • From the Irish Times: White privilege is real and it exists in Ireland White Irish people are expert at denying the extent of society’s racial prejudice Thu, Oct 20, 2016, 01:00 Dean Van Nguyen The expression “white privilege” has been around for years but “white skin privilege” has recently been repopularised in the US, where...
  • @EvolutionistX
    I have really come to see Asians SJWs as the absolute worst. Blacks at least have to deal with actual poverty (and some people really do say cruel things to them,) and certainly did not ask to come to majority-white countries. Most of the Jews I've met seem to very genuinely believe they are helping others. But Asian SJWs moved voluntarily, got rich, and then complain endlessly about their hosts. If they author doesn't want to live in a country built by the Irish, they can go live in a country built by the Vietnamese.

    Brings to mind Tessa Kum.

    http://www.unz.com/isteve/the-media-heroine-of-the-australian-counterbacklash-has-some-issues/

    What real white guys do for the ingrates.

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  • From Reason's coverage of UVA bureaucrat Nicole Eramo's libel lawsuit against Rolling Stone for the Haven Monahan Hate Hoax: That's a lot of incentive, approaching $5 per word for her 9000 word article, which is nice work if you can get. Bizarrely, Jackie Coakley's surname is being blocked from anybody mentioning it during the trial:...
  • @Jenner Ickham Errican
    Dammit! Wonky URL. Final attempt— try this. Click on “Full resolution” under preview image. Great conceptual design by Alan Lee.

    Ah and I see Hengist and Horsa-type horse-head gables on the Golden Hall of Meduseld.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hengist_and_Horsa

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  • @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Last year I made Aliyah and went in search of Hengist and Horsa
     
    Any interesting anecdotes? Whither the Kingdom of Rohan?

    Most people have moved on so …. OT anecdotes that come to mind.

    Back in the 80′s I watched this.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL6D54D1C7DAE31B36&v=7UG6vHXArlk

    Last year stayed a few days near Silkeborg, Denmark(near Legoland). Phoned the Silkeborg Museum, was told that it was closed on that day, “But you can come anyway, I’ll let you in.” Presented 30 minutes later. Nice Danish lady walked us over to the museum and unlocked the door. “Come and get me when you’ve finished so I can lock the door.” Me and the kids have museum to ourselves for next hour. Crazy trust. Love them for it. We get to see the Tollund Man.

    Next day went down to Flensburg, Germany. Flensburg’s eastern shore, part of the Angeln peninsula. Wife: “What are you doing there?” Kids: “What are we doing here?” Me: “Looking for the Anglii!” Not much to see. Anglii said to be long gone but plenty of ‘Syrian’ walkers on the roads and highways. Son: “It’s like the Walking Dead!”

    Lots of trips to Germany and Denmark last year. Staying near Malmo. Anecdotes aplenty in a year of great European stupidity. Crazy trust. Beginning to hate them for it.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tollund_Man

    Horrible Histories: Hengist and Horsa steal Kent from Vortigern.

    Why the Saxons continue to flake? Continue LOTR’s theme.

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    Thanks for replying! Great series (The Story of English), I might have seen it when first broadcast, I can’t remember. Will watch again. It’s too bad about the current zombification of the Old Land. Maybe the Wormetongues and their allies will suffer a stunning reversal. We live in ‘interesting’ times.
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  • @Jack D

    Hengist and Horsa, the Saxon chiefs from whom we claim the honor of being descended
     
    By the dawn of the 20th century, they were still being touted - MIT President Walker in his 1896 anti-immigration essay in The Atlantic, talks about how the (then) current immigrants have no democratic traditions unlike the former immigrants whose ancestors sat under the council oaks of Germany.

    But now, H&H have completely fallen off the radar - I'll bet you 99% of all Americans, even those of British descent, would have no idea who they are. Those gay lion tamers - one of them got bitten? A duo of magicians - only one of them talks? No idea.

    BTW, the Angles and the Jutes (who usually get left out of the accounts - it should be Anglo-Saxon-Jutish, as in" funny you don't look Jutish") are actually from what is now Denmark even though they are thought of as "German".

    H&H probably didn't exist - horse associated founding brother myths were common among Germanic tribes (Horsa means horse and Hengist stallion in OE)

    In a more educated age (and one in which more horses were around) Erdely would have picked up on the horse theme rather than going with glass. Or else gone with the original (not the Hitlerian) Night of the Long Knives (also connected to H&H). But we live in an ignorant time where even the hoaxes are dumbed down (because sophisticated ones would fly right over the public's head). Idiocracy has arrived way ahead of schedule.

    Last year I made Aliyah and went in search of Hengist and Horsa(my poor kids thought they were going to Legoland ha!). As Muhammad Ali said after visiting Zaire, “Thank God my grandaddy got on that boat!”

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    Last year I made Aliyah and went in search of Hengist and Horsa
     
    Any interesting anecdotes? Whither the Kingdom of Rohan?
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  • From my new Wednesday column in Taki's Magazine: Read the whole thing there.
  • How to rig elections and stitch up Assange to shut him down.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/wikileaks/status/788720894516551680

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  • Hillary will probably try to put Trump in jail if she's President, the way Julian Assange got charged with sexual assault. Maybe Trump should work out a deal with the Ecuadorian government to move their embassy into his new Old Post Office hotel in Washington DC. Then he could come out onto his balcony, like...
  • Maybe Hans Christian Andersen could help with the script, give Trump a happy ending.

    The Snow Queen.

    “An evil troll, called “the devil”,has made a magic mirror that distorts the appearance of everything it reflects. It fails to reflect the good and beautiful aspects of people and things, while magnifying their bad and ugly aspects. The devil, who is headmaster at a troll school, takes the mirror and his pupils throughout the world, delighting in using it to distort everyone and everything; the mirror makes the loveliest landscapes look like “boiled spinach.” They try to carry the mirror into heaven with the idea of making fools of the angels and God, but the higher they lift it, the more the mirror shakes with laughter, and it slips from their grasp and falls back to earth, shattering into billions of pieces, some no larger than a grain of sand.

    These splinters are blown by the wind all over the Earth and got into people’s hearts and eyes, freezing their hearts like blocks of ice and making their eyes like the troll-mirror itself, seeing only the bad and ugly in people and things.”

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    "Maybe Hans Christian Andersen could help with the script, give Trump a happy ending.

    The Snow Queen."

    I'd rather see Hillary as The Little Match Girl, except instead of being reunited with her grandmother in Heaven, being reunited with her husband and daughter in Hell.
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  • Here's the first released video from James O'Keefe's Poject Veritas showing how Democratic operatives cause violence at Trump rallies. Here's Robert Creamer's Huffington Post page and here's Scott Foval's LinkedIn page.
  • Holy Onomatopoeia Batman!

    The unconvincing high-energy headlines: Clinton slams! Clinton whacks! Clinton smashes! Bam! Clinton blah blah blah.

    The sad reality: Clinton puffs, gasps, croaks, hacks, screeches, squawks, drips, drizzles, splats.

    Her future: Clang, clank, clunk, click, clink, jingle, jangle, slap, squeal, howl.

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  • From the New York Times: The Fear of Having a Son By ANDREW REINER OCT. 14, 2016 When my son, Macallah, was born five years ago, my college students asked how it felt to be a new father. “Terrifying,” I blurted. “All I can think about is bullying.” Silence and perplexed looks filled the room....
  • @Lot

    she was placed in a four-berth mixed sex dormitory
     
    I probably spent at least 70 or 80 nights in such mixed-sex youth hostels in Europe in my late teen years, as far as I remember there were no rapes or murders, and also no Muslims. It is almost as if there is a difference in impulse control between Europeans and and dusky races.

    Stayed in one hostel with about fifty in the room, 70% girls. Girls getting dressed beside their beds, barging into male toilets while your at the urinal. Somehow the young males controlled themselves around Europe’s finest. That was back early 90′s.

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  • An op-ed in the NYT by a Brown U. student with the great name Benjamin Gladstone (referencing the arch-rival Victorian prime ministers Benjamin Disraeli and William Gladstone; Benjamin Gladstone is kind of like Alexander Jefferson or John Fitzgerald Nixon): Gladstone doesn't mention that the organization questioning bringing more Muslim refugees in is Americans for Peace...
  • “Gladstone was known affectionately by his supporters as “The People’s William” or the “G.O.M.” (“Grand Old Man,” or, according to Disraeli, “God’s Only Mistake”).”

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  • @Hepp
    This reminds me of blacks shooting each other in large numbers but still being convinced that their enemies are racist cops. Muslims have chased Jews out of European countries, but most Jewish leadership still sees frat boys, Pepe, and transphobia as their main enemies. Blacks are too stupid to see their interests, but the next generation of Jews will not be so liberal.

    “frat boys, Pepe, and transphobia as their main enemies” and white guys have cooties etc.

    Striking Distance starring Bruce Willis, Sarah Jessica Parker and Haven Monahan was on TV a week or so back. I watched it with my son(we were travelling, no WiFi).

    Hardy: What made you decide to become a cop?
    Christman: All the shit you’ve got to go through…
    …being a woman and all.
    When I was at college, my roommate was raped.
    The campus police were only interested in keeping it quiet.
    I knew that the guy was white and very tall.
    I started checking out basketball courts near the campus.
    From the pictures I took of the white players she identified him.
    Hardy: You caught the guy?
    Christman: Yeah.

    Coming from a family of very tall white basketball players I take offence at the numerous attempts like these to pox my house.

    https://mumbrella.com.au/7flix-program-schedule-week-commencing-september-18-2016-394561

    http://www.script-o-rama.com/movie_scripts/s/striking-distance-script-transcript-willis.html

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    >I take offence at the numerous attempts like these to pox my house.

    Well you might. But wait a week or so for the remake of "Birth of a Nation " to be released. It glorifies and makes a hero of Nat Turner who slaughtered innocent whites by the dozen. The pic is certain to win Academy Awards by the boatload. Hollywood is doing its best to promote a race war in these United States.
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  • Veteran fantasy director has a new movie out starring Eva Green, Asa Butterfield, Samuel L. Jackson, Judi Dench, and Rupert Everett that's set on an island off the coast of Wales during WWII. From the Los Angeles Times: Commentary: With 'Miss Peregrine,' Tim Burton is just the latest director to shirk a responsibility to diversity...
  • @Honesthughgrant
    You stopped in 1991. What are the visible minority numbers in 2011? 94 thousand to 2.5 million is pretty amazing - but the 2011 numbers must be around 4 million.

    These numbers just remind me of the old saying "The British didn't have a race problem - so they imported one"

    But who knows? Maybe all the Brits think they can move to the South of Spain or Australia when the UK becomes Britannicastan.

    Diversity is an interesting new religion.

    “Maybe all the Brits think they can move to the South of Spain or Australia when the UK becomes Britaniccastan”

    The Brits have quite a few options. Australia and New Zealand could be easy options for them, not to mention parts of North America. But what are the options for my Scandinavian friends? What if the Anglosphere refuses them entry on account of their low aptitudes and ugly looks? Greenland? Hong Kong or Singapore?

    With race the greater the ‘vibrancy’ of the group, the more there seems to be. So 12% of one group can feel like there are much more. I’ve heard that Americans wildly overestimate the percentage of African-Americans in the population. So maybe 0.1% can feel like 4%. Maybe there should be an adjustment like they do with the weather – “60° but feels like 70°”(maybe this has been mentioned this before).

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    I know one apparently typical non-hispanic white American who, when asked, actually guessed that the population of the USA is 50% black.
    , @AndrewR
    I'd imagine an American's estimation of the black population would be a function of a number of variables. How much mass media the person consumes might be one, since blacks are probably overrepresented in mass media. But I think the main factor (assuming the person had never simply googled "black population usa") would be where the person lives. Everything else being equal, the guess of a person in rural Nebraska would likely be much lower than the guess of a person in Detroit.
    , @Lurker

    I’ve heard that Americans wildly overestimate the percentage of African-Americans in the population.
     
    I suspect that most people overestimate the figure. But it's not due to their vibrancy as much as it's to due with their inflated role in the media.
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  • From Slate: Criminal Allegations in Alicia Machado’s Past Likely Wouldn’t Preclude Citizenship, Expert Says By Ben Mathis-Lilley One of the vague insinuations in Donald Trump's instantly legendary early-morning Friday tweetstorm was that Hillary Clinton was involved in some sort of untoward way in securing United States citizenship for Alicia Machado despite Machado's "disgusting" past ......
  • The hacking election.

    Hack journalists, political hacks, computer hackers, Hillary’s hacking, hatchet jobs, Machado, meaning axe in Portuguese, hacha in Spanish.

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  • From CBS News: Commentary: The curious case of Alicia Machado By WILL RAHN CBS NEWS September 29, 2016, 12:54 PM As a rule, reporters like to keep their stories interesting, which is why the coverage we’ve seen of Alicia Machado is so curious. This has been the week of Machado, who became famous literally overnight...
  • If you go to Google and type in American inventors you get back from Google pictures of the top American inventors of all time. The #1 American inventor of all time is Lewis Howard Latimer, who, I just learned, worked with both Edison and Bell. Thomas Edison is in 6th place and a well-tanned Alexander...
  • @Lot

    Back in the 70′s my parents bought me a set of World Book Encyclopedias
     
    We got a used set of these:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Childcraft

    in the late 80's and I loved them, read most of them cover to cover from age 6 to 8.

    The richer kids had World Book and Childcraft. I made do with World Book. Nice size, not too heavy. I used to read them all the time.

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    My mom was a teacher, so we got World Books before we got TV, and were given the Childcraft books by a neighbor with older children. Those were the days, when young minds could curl up with good books and absorb so much fairly objective information about the world. It wasn't perfect but it sure beats the current system.
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  • @Tacitus2016
    Earlier this year Google had a tribute to the NASA Juno Mission.

    https://www.inverse.com/article/17857-diversity-google-doodle-of-juno-mission-jet-propulsion-laboratory-nasa

    Seem to recall there were some other examples. Will have to ...Google.

    Oh, Veteran's Day.

    https://mic.com/articles/128324/veterans-day-google-doodle-shows-diversity-gets-racist-backlash#.n5vqPVCRi

    I’m sure there’s also a nefarious hand that adds unnecessary apostrophes to words. I’ll blame Apple for that rather than my carelessness.

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  • @Andrew Swift
    It's just because "African American" is a common term for black.

    Add -african (a minus sign excludes a word) and you get the kinds of results you'd expect.

    Earlier this year Google had a tribute to the NASA Juno Mission.

    https://www.inverse.com/article/17857-diversity-google-doodle-of-juno-mission-jet-propulsion-laboratory-nasa

    Seem to recall there were some other examples. Will have to …Google.

    Oh, Veteran’s Day.

    https://mic.com/articles/128324/veterans-day-google-doodle-shows-diversity-gets-racist-backlash#.n5vqPVCRi

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    I'm sure there's also a nefarious hand that adds unnecessary apostrophes to words. I'll blame Apple for that rather than my carelessness.
    , @SFG
    The Veteran's Day thing bothered me. You're basically saying white male veterans, which is most of them, don't count, and if they wanted to be accurate they actually could have put one black guy in.
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  • @Dave Pinsen
    These are the sorts of topics you'd search for if you were raising a genius.
    https://twitter.com/Inc/status/778113768324734976

    I think this exaggeration has been going on much longer than people think. Back in the 70′s my parents bought me a set of World Book Encyclopedias(lots of colourful pictures and graphs). There always seemed to be a photo of some Urkel-looking black kid with his homemade robot(pre-clock boy) when the topic was science or engineering. Striking to me in my all white country.

    White guys have cooties. Repeat after me.

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    Blacks on TV have been brilliant government technical experts since Bill Cosby on I Spy and Lt. Uhura on Star Trek a half century ago.
    , @Lot

    Back in the 70′s my parents bought me a set of World Book Encyclopedias
     
    We got a used set of these:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Childcraft

    in the late 80's and I loved them, read most of them cover to cover from age 6 to 8.
    , @Tex
    I used to see a list of patents held by black people circulated from time to time back in the '90s. Items included a lot of improvements on common things, eg a black man patented an improvement on plows. A lot of the items were 19th century vintage. Seems like the list has gone digital.
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  • From the New York Post (not a poll, just a surmise following a Michelle appearance at George Mason U., which is one of the more conservative public colleges in the east):
  • @reiner Tor
    Why did this article disappear?

    Not sure.

    Funny because it seems true.

    From the Onion 07/25/16:

    “Michelle Obama: ‘Well, There Are 8 Years Of My Life I’ll Never Get Back”

    “PHILADELPHIA—Her face fixed in an expression of apathetic detachment as she took the stage Monday night to raucous cheers and applause, First Lady Michelle Obama reportedly began her address to the Democratic National Convention by exhaling audibly and remarking that she would never get the past eight years of her life back. “Well, that was a colossal waste of my time,” said Obama with an air of weary irritation before reminding the audience she had been 45 years old at her husband’s inauguration and now she was “fifty-fucking-two.” “You know, looking back on all of it, I’m not sure there was a single worthwhile moment from the past eight years of my life. Nearly a decade down the drain. Jesus. Whatever, it’s almost over.” The first lady then reportedly squinted at the prepared statement scrolling on the teleprompter in front of her, let out a fed-up sigh while slowly shaking her head, and walked silently offstage.”

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    Why did this article disappear?
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  • Hundreds of readers' comments on today's incident on now up on my Saturday post, "Is There Still Time for Hillary to Drop Out?"
  • I still say she looks ok for 80.

    Left behind becankled shoe and catheter parts. A Cinderella story to make the children cry.

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    "I still say she looks ok for 80."

    She's 69 which means Crooked Hildabeast has aged horribly because she does not turn 80 until another 11 years, yet she looks like she is already there.

    My father is 66 but everybody who meets him for the first time think he looks like he is in his 50s.
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  • From my new column in Taki's Magazine: Read the whole thing
  • @Tacitus2016
    Yes they're not bad. There have been a few singers in the past few years who sing in that wimpy voice. It's a thing. Spirit of the times. Intersex.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RBumgq5yVrA

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=foE1mO2yM04

    Makes one long for grunge.

    Was forgetting that the girl shares vocals. Was thinking of this. Low T delivery.

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  • @Captain Tripps
    You should check out Of Monsters and Men. Icelandic folk rock; I've seen them live; they are superb performers. Typical lefty prog in their politics, but their musical themes plumb Icelandic/Norse pagan folklore.

    https://youtu.be/tBkkplOiSjQ

    https://youtu.be/A76a_LNIYwE

    Yes they’re not bad. There have been a few singers in the past few years who sing in that wimpy voice. It’s a thing. Spirit of the times. Intersex.

    Makes one long for grunge.

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    Was forgetting that the girl shares vocals. Was thinking of this. Low T delivery.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0gEVaniPOmU
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  • No surprise that Alt-Right/anti-globalism is taking off in Anglosphere. Brexit, Trump, Australia’s border policies.

    With long arrears to make good,
    Before the Saxon began to flake.

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  • Labor Day is the traditional kickoff of the full-scale Presidential campaign. Is Hillary tanned, rested, and ready? She walks up the steps well but then ...
  • I think she looks pretty good for 70. A lot of woman that age have all sorts of problems that could result in coughing fits. Also, she does a lot of talking. She must be hellish tough to keep going. Sad really. Out of 300+ million she’s the best you can do?

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    Tacitus, Please apologize to my 72 year old wife who is still a damn fine looking woman. And just so you know, 70 is not that old.
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  • Former Super Bowl QB Colin Kaepernick is much in the news this week. But I'm reminded of a question that came up a few years ago: why does he look so Arabic? I'm reminded a little of another unusual-looking athlete with a black father and white mother: Olympic decathlon champion Ashton Eaton. Eaton doesn't really...
  • @Jack Highlands
    Regarding Klein-face, I'm more inclined to blame the feminizing, genetically-mediated endocrine effects of insufficient warfare (Pinkerism) and the anti-Malthusian fountain the West has 'enjoyed' since coal (Clarkism).

    How about sugar? Generations of fatties with massive tits, and that’s just the men. Sugar leads to the feminization of men and the beastification of women.

    First it ruined our teeth, then it ruined our bodies and our minds.

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  • Gene Wilder, one of the more unique big movie stars of the 1970s, has died at age 83. I saw him once in 1981 in a tennis shop when he was at the peak of his fame: he responded to being pestered by fans with exactly the gracious, if slightly melancholy, good manners you'd expect....
  • @Intelligent Dasein
    Concerning the ugliness of half Asian, half White women, I sometimes agree. The combination does not always produce a happy result.

    One such woman whom I do not find very attractive is model Chrissy Teigen. Norwegian bone structure underneath Thai facial features has given her a bloated, overgrown, puffy sort of appearance that isn't the best result.

    Now don't get me wrong. She's certainly good looking enough when compared against ordinary people and I wouldn't kick her out of bed or anything. But I just don't care for the breeding and I don't see the "model" quality in her.

    “Concerning the ugliness of half Asian, half White women, I sometimes agree. The combination does not always produce a happy result.”

    I(Angloceltic/French) have a few kids with a Scando(Swede/Dane/Norwegian). Nobody warned me about the Sami in the woodpile. Blond hair, squinty eyes and yellow skin. Gorgeous if I do say so myself. Confirmed happy result.

    No relation but to illustrate point:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sofia_Jannok

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  • @Anonymous
    OT: Check out the hardcore anti-white racism that pulsates from this precious communist snowflake...

    What's missing when you hike the California backcountry? People of color

    (Los Angeles Times)
    Nina Revoyr


    Last month, two friends and I backpacked for a week in the Sierra Nevada........But as the days passed, I grew increasingly troubled by the people we didn’t meet. There were a few Asian hikers, including a couple of hapas like me (I’m half Japanese and half Polish)..........My own relationship with nature began in the Midwest. As a child, I was sent from Tokyo to live with my grandparents in rural Wisconsin. I faced incessant, sometimes violent bullying from the white children in town.....America’s wildest, most beautiful places, though, are still largely white. One way to change that is simple exposure........Finally, diversifying the outdoors matters because equity and access matter. People of color, particularly children of color, deserve the same possibility of beauty and transcendence as white people........In July, I hiked up the wind-blown mountain passes, through shaded forests, beside alpine lakes. These places are among the loveliest gifts our country has to offer. They belong to us too.

    "Nina Revoyr was a longtime executive at a children’s services organization in LA"

    http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-revoyr-diversity-in-the-wilderness-20160828-snap-story.html

    American nonsense.

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  • From The Atlantic: Why the Debate Over Nate Parker Is So Complex The discussion over how to parse the filmmaker in light of a sexual-assault trial 17 years ago is particularly difficult for black women. MORGAN JERKINS 8:00 AM ET CULTURE At first, it seemed as though Nate Parker’s The Birth of a Nation couldn’t...
  • @avraham
    If blacks really thought the USA was bad and is bad for them they would all return to their homeland.There is no reason to think they were treated or are treated in in the USA any worse than in Africa itself.

    Raise money for a new homeland. Congruent with the constant complaints. Have another dream.
    Free at last.

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  • Here's a graph I made up for a VDARE article after the 2008 Olympics. I haven't updated it, but I doubt all that much has changed in the last 8 years. Since 2008, Christophe Lemaitre of France, the 2016 bronze medalist in the 200m, ha
  • @Anonymous
    They also have similar hairlines.

    When I saw Bolt on TV today I thought he looked old for his age. Those chicken McNuggets must not be good for your health.

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  • @Steve Sailer
    My high school chemistry teacher, the aptly named Larry Walker, finished 22nd in the 20km walk at the 1976 Olympics:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Athletics_at_the_1976_Summer_Olympics_%E2%80%93_Men%27s_20_kilometres_walk

    Same Olympics ironically named Kiwi John Walker won the 1500 metre run.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Walker_(runner)

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  • From Wikipedia: The Birth of a Nation (2016 film) The Birth of a Nation is a 2016 American period drama film about Nat Turner, the slave who led a slave rebellion in Southampton County, Virginia in 1831. The film is co-written, co-produced and directed by Nate Parker, in his directorial debut. ... The Birth of...
  • @BenKenobi
    White racial resentment is like an iceberg: you only see 1/9 of it... and America is the Titanic.

    Choose your metaphor: the pot will boil over, the genie will be out of the bottle, the powder keg will explode...

    It was not part of their blood, it came very late...
    It was not preached to the crowd, it was not taught by the state...
    It was not swiftly bred, it will not suddenly abate...

    - Kipling, abridged

    Then we look at the South African experience. Still waiting for the Boer/Saxons to ‘begin to hate’. Submission, fade away.

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    So what you're saying is we have a highly instructive example to avoid.

    Excellent point.
    , @celt darnell
    Even before the collapse of Apartheid, Whites in South Africa were outnumbered -- they comprised less than 15% of the population in 1990:

    http://www.theodora.com/wfb1990/south_africa/south_africa_people.html

    Since the end of Apartheid, thanks to a massive "white flight" (to places such as Australia, Canada, the US and the UK), not to mention the usual explosion of nonwhite births, the white population is now well below 10% of the total population of South Africa.

    The only way you win with those odds is if you're already an equipped, trained and disciplined military force.

    Believe me, I take your point, especially as, back in the 1980s, I was expecting a massive backlash against non-white immigration into the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Britain and Europe by the end of the 1990s at the latest.

    Instead, things got worse.

    Because quantity has a quality all of its own, numbers matter. Presently, in all white nations those numbers are going the wrong way.

    , @Alden
    One of many reasons I stopped reading amren was that someone was always posting that ridiculous Kipling poem
    "When the Saxon Begins to Hate"
    It was WW1 propaganda urging descendants of a few hundred thousand Saxon invaders of 500AD England to go off to the continent and fight real Saxony Germans.

    Even more ridiculous about posting that poem is that White Americabs have been a used harassed, victims of government aided and abetted black on White crime run out of half the jobs in the country because of affirmative action, on and on

    And all those fools who pride themselves on being founding stock Anglo Saxons have done nothing at all to resist their destruction since 1956 (school desegregation)
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  • When I lived in Chicago from 1982-2000, there weren't many women dressed in Muslim hijabs or burqas. Now I live in my native Los Angeles, which, for better or worse, doesn't attract many women who want to cover up their entire bodies. But I was talking to somebody just back from Chicago who said the...
  • @Steve Sailer
    In 1980, Hyde Park in London was full of rich Gulf Arabs vacationing.

    The Daily Mail has a piece every few weeks about vacationing Saudi brats and their gold-plated cars. Came out of a tube station in ’91 to walk into an entourage of Saudi tourists with flowing white thawbs. Exotic back then.

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  • @Steve Sailer
    Which Hyde Park are the hibab's taking over: Speaker's Corner in London or Milton Friedman's Hyde Park in Chicago? Or both?

    Elvis Costello mentioned London being full of Arabs in 1978.

    Forget Cromwell Paddy. The Declan MacManus phenotype has conquered England. Long live the eyebrow!

    Impressive lyrics and melody shoehorned into a 3 minute pop song.

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    In 1980, Hyde Park in London was full of rich Gulf Arabs vacationing.
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  • @Anonymous
    I've seen older white ladies wearing hijabs at my local health food store. They're the progressive old white woman types who you'd see 15 years ago driving new VW Bugs with Namaste and Coexist bumper stickers. I don't know if they converted Islam from yoga and Buddhism or they are just donning the hijab out of solidarity.

    Relatedly, white women are becoming the enemy of the white man. No wonder Derb and other white guys are going for the yellow woman. When's the last time you saw an Asian woman trying to be something she's not?

    Feminism is a shit test that Western men failed. No surprise that Western women are going for men who believe in themselves. How do you expect others to believe in you if you don’t believe in yourself?

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  • From the New York Times: No, not in running, but in sprinting: Jamaicans are not strong beyond 400 meters and are nonexistent in the distance races. Black Africans in general tend to be efficient runners for biomechanical reasons, but muscular West Africans tend to be better at the sprints and elongated East Africans from high...
  • Haven Monahan about to step up onto dais after another lightning leg. Bronze this time. Gave it a shot.

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  • David Epstein, the HBD-woke author of The Sports Gene, writes in Slate: If you’ve watched gymnastics in Rio, you’ve probably noticed that the gymnasts are pretty small, and that Simone Biles, the greatest gymnast probably ever, is small even compared to her American teammates. But at 4-foot-8, Biles is actually only slightly smaller than her...
  • @SportsFan
    My, my, is that really Haven Monahan??? Who knew he was an Aussie?

    He fits the template. Fashy hair for the laughs.

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  • Australian schoolboy Kyle Chalmers just won gold in the 100m freestyle. A face to inspire resentful Slate and Rolling Stone articles. His father a very good Australian Rules Footballer.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3734094/Australian-teenager-Kyle-Chalmers-wins-gold-medal-100m-freestyle-Rio.html

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    My, my, is that really Haven Monahan??? Who knew he was an Aussie?
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  • From the BBC: Isn't Dutee Chand sort of a boy-on-the-inside, like Caster Semenya? Is Dutee really a good example? I think Bangladesh is worse. One interesting aspect is that Indians are enamored of some aspects of their British colonial heritage, such as P.G. Wodehouse comic novels, but not Britain's sporting tradition. In the past, you'd...
  • @anony-mouse
    Also not very good in chemistry as compared to others.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Periodic_table

    You'd think though that with almost a billion people-just by accident something might happen...
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  • From the BBC:
  • @Jefferson
    "Black Lives Matter Sweden."

    Black immigrants are complaining about White supremacy in Sweden, when Swedes are the least racist Whites on the planet.

    Archie Bunker types make up 0.1% of Indigenous
    Swedes.

    Most Swedes are Kardashian sisters level pro-Black. Blacks get treated like royalty in Sweden.

    “Most Swedes are Kardashian sisters level pro-Black. Blacks get treated like royalty in Sweden.” Yet they fail to thrive in Sweden like most other places, making a mockery of Myrdal’s wildly optimistic sermons to America.

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    "Most Swedes are Kardashian sisters level pro-Black. Blacks get treated like royalty in Sweden.” Yet they fail to thrive in Sweden like most other places, making a mockery of Myrdal’s wildly optimistic sermons to America."

    Sweden is a welfare nanny state, so Blacks there have an extremely high standard of living. In the words of Charlie Sheen they are WINNING.

    Even the prison cells in Sweden look extremely nice. It's not a bad place to spend 10 or 20 years in for example.
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  • I once travelled to Gunnar Myrdal’s kommun in the Swedish heartland. More than half a century after the hugely influential An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy, someone thought it would be a good idea to settle a few Africans in the area. Despite magnanimous hosts and generous welfare, the blacks in the area were low in status. Fail.

    Black Lives Matter Sweden.

    Above Gunnar Myrdal’s desk in Stockholm hung a framed citation from Lincoln: ”To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men.” Good advice for the modern Swedish male.

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    "Black Lives Matter Sweden."

    Black immigrants are complaining about White supremacy in Sweden, when Swedes are the least racist Whites on the planet.

    Archie Bunker types make up 0.1% of Indigenous
    Swedes.

    Most Swedes are Kardashian sisters level pro-Black. Blacks get treated like royalty in Sweden.

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  • Of course he's white. Successful insane stunts are 99% white, 1% Japanese. Here's an Academy Award winning documentary from when I was a kid:
  • @Jenner Ickham Errican
    Great song in this classic video of a guy just biking around Edinburgh.

    Two crazy compatriots. Working class boys with the spirit.

    (Not great quality)

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ken_Warby

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    That first video, whoa. Beautiful photography. I’m thinking, okay, he’s on flat water, cool, whatever. Then, WTF. The next Mad Max will be set in the surf, mate.

    The ribbed paddle tire reminds me of this nifty ‘go anywhere’ vehicle.
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  • Formula One drivers and Grand Prix motorcycle riders are White guys, Lewis Hamilton and a few Japanese guys. Most of the technology is European and Japanese. Japanese guys in general are out there pushing the limits.

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    The Japanese "men" must have a lot of free time and money for this kind of nonsense, since they apparently don't bother having CHILDREN any more.
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  • That certain je ne sais quoi. That insatiable white spirit.

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    Great song in this classic video of a guy just biking around Edinburgh.
    , @PiltdownMan

    That certain je ne sais quoi. That insatiable white spirit.
     
    That Japanese documentary was from the same era as Evel Knievel's glory days, another guy held up as an exemplar of the devil-may-care American white guy can-do spirit.

    Like I implied above, the spirit may have lived on in Mr. Aikins or the late Mr. Kneivel, but the Frontier context it arose from is mostly long gone.

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  • B-side of their first single: "Huge, Terrific Enormous Dancer (Fantastic)" (Plagiarized from a friend.) The album will feature "My Song," "Saturday Night's Alright for Tweeting," "The Butch Is Back," "Burn Down the Party," "Philadelphia Dweebdom," "Don't Go Breaking Our Laws," and "Don't Let the Net Go Down on Me." And in the second single, Sir...
  • @Steve Sailer
    Thanks.

    No problem.

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  • @Paul Walker Most beautiful man ever...
    "and on the Promenade des Anglais." Elton was there the night of the truck accident, having dinner with Bono. It made the news because they were taken to safety by an armed response unit.

    and the British press missed the “I’m Still Standing” headline/angle?

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  • @Anonymous
    "I'm Still Standing"

    And did you think this fool could never win
    Well look at me, I'm coming back again
    I got a taste of love in a simple way
    And if you need to know while I'm still standing you just fade away


    Don't you know I'm still standing better than I ever did
    Looking like a true survivor, feeling like a little kid
    I'm still standing after all this time
    Picking up the pieces of my life without you on my mind


    I'm still standing yeah yeah yeah
    I'm still standing yeah yeah yeah


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHwVBirqD2s

    Too soon man. I’m Still Standing was shot around Nice and Cannes and on the Promenade des Anglais.

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    Thanks.
    , @Anonymous
    That's interesting. I didn't know that.
    , @Paul Walker Most beautiful man ever...
    "and on the Promenade des Anglais." Elton was there the night of the truck accident, having dinner with Bono. It made the news because they were taken to safety by an armed response unit.
    , @yowza
    Factoid: Elton was at the peak of his coke snorting days when the video was shot. He said he was about out of his mind on coke and jack during the filming, and doesn't otherwise remember anything about it, though people tell him he was a fucking asshole.

    I suspect the endless onslaught of coke, booze and... whatever else repeatedly hitting his throat was what ultimately damaged his vocal cords, forcing him to sing an octave lower for the rest of his career.

    A lesson to all you other singers out there: for voice longevity, don't drink, smoke, snort, or swallow.
    , @Glossy
    Heh. Besides the tragic reminder there's also the fact that Elton and the filming crew were "les Anglais" to the locals.
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  • From The Sun: But, hey, it's the New Normal. Look at it this way: other than the priest-beheading, today has been all quiet on the Western front.
  • @Jack D
    Note that the abbey was secularized at the time of the French Revolution so that anti-clericalism is nothing new in France (although today's attackers are not anti-clerical, just anti-Christian).

    The abbey itself is magnificent but the village that surrounds it is a gigantic overpriced tourist trap. The abbey was once a place of solitude but now gets 3 million visitors every year.

    On the one hand, the fact that the Mont is an island with only 1 entrance (a bridge recently replaced the causeway) makes it easy to screen visitors but on the other hand if attackers managed to get on the island it would be difficult to evacuate quickly.

    “Mont is an island with only 1 entrance (a bridge recently replaced the causeway) makes it easy to screen visitors but on the other hand if attackers managed to get on the island it would be difficult to evacuate quickly.”

    Nowhere to escape to on high tide so it’s good that they now have armed guards and some sort of response plan?

    “The abbey itself is magnificent but the village that surrounds it is a gigantic overpriced tourist trap. ”

    Scots blood. Painful for me to spend money.

    France has so many wonders. Awesome country that has lost it’s way, temporarily.

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  • Addit. I did say languid but religion does tend to energize some.

    I guess people figure that the next victim will be someone else’s uncle or child. The costs of this submission will be socialized. Then eventually things will settle down and there will be neither Arab or Greek, and we will be one…if we just stay nice.

    I took the family to Le Mont-Saint-Michel in Normandy last year. After the Charlie Hedbo shootings I was feeling a little wary of France. Le Mont-Saint-Michel is magnificent. I saw no armed guards there. I hope things have changed.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mont_Saint-Michel

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    Note that the abbey was secularized at the time of the French Revolution so that anti-clericalism is nothing new in France (although today's attackers are not anti-clerical, just anti-Christian).

    The abbey itself is magnificent but the village that surrounds it is a gigantic overpriced tourist trap. The abbey was once a place of solitude but now gets 3 million visitors every year.

    On the one hand, the fact that the Mont is an island with only 1 entrance (a bridge recently replaced the causeway) makes it easy to screen visitors but on the other hand if attackers managed to get on the island it would be difficult to evacuate quickly.
    , @dearieme
    "Mont-Saint-Michel is magnificent": agreed. We found the trick was to book a hotel room there: the whole place became even more wonderful when the day-trippers departed.
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  • From The Independent: German machete attack: Syrian refugee kills woman and injures two others in city of Reutlingen Man has been arrested by police following assault outside fast food restaurant in Reutlingen Caroline Mortimer @cjmortimer 6 hours ago962 comments ... The unnamed victim is believed to be a Polish woman who worked at the restaurant...
  • In my Swedish for Immigrants class quite a few of my Arab classmates expressed a wish to get a Swedish girlfriend. When we went around the class speaking our crap Swedish, that’s where a lot of the conversation went. And Swedish women, the good ones, they aren’t receptive to guys like that. They are waiting for a call from one of the Bergman or Skarsgård boys, and if they can’t get them they’ll settle for giggles with friends and an apartment with a cat.

    So a lot of the poor buggers are going to find themselves stuck up north, second class citizens, fringe dwellers, unhappy, cold.

    Arabs are a languid people but unrequited love has consequences.

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    unrequited love has consequences
     
    One more reason to speed up the improvement of robots for our future...
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  • From the Washington Post columnist: What could possibly be more Divisive than Trump alleging "Because all lives matter?"
  • Lately when I hear “racist” or “supremacist” I remember the playground response, “Takes one to know one!” That’s you BLM, local Hebrews. Yawn. Projection.

    From overused to underused descriptors. The other day my 10 year-old son called an annoying uncle a “show off”. I hadn’t heard that in a while. Maybe ‘show off’ has lost its sting in a world full of social media narcissists.

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  • I have a vague hunch that the growth of the transgender movement is somehow related to the Nerd Liberation movement, which was the most unexpected successful identity movement of my lifetime. It's not clear if autism, Asperger's, and/or nerdism is becoming more common, but it's definitely more of an identity than it once was. There...
  • @Pat Hannagan
    Transgenderism, particularly in your third category, is more than likely the psychological breakdown under the weight of stress in holding two contradictory beliefs in equilibrium, aka Cognitive Dissonance.

    The increasing prevalence of all forms of Judeo-perversion are most likely due to this psychological breakdown. Decades of cultural attack via MSM and school curricula promoting the inversion of biological fact would only result in such a breakdown.

    For example, Google Doodles celebrated the 155th birthday of Nettie Stevens with a doodle showing the xy chromosome.

    Rather than note the ironclad law of sex, and not gender, some magazines went into full on bitch mode that Stevens was a victim of xy bigotry!

    How does one hold "Why do boys become boys and girls become girls? In her pioneering work at Bryn Mawr College, Stevens discovered the sex chromosomes that make the difference." and "Wilson still believed environmental factors played a role in determining sex. Stevens said it was purely the chromosomes. Neither view could be confirmed absolutely at the time of the discovery." ... "But though time proved Stevens correct,..." with the typical mainstream cultural-marxist notion that sex is actually gender, which is in FACT strictly assigned due *to* environmental factors!?

    The strain of cognitive dissonance is too much, Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; transgenderism, which in actual fact is self-harm/self-mutilation, results, and is applauded as the vanguard of a new and better people.

    In the past girls with Borderline Personality Disorder would be covered with cuts and scars. Now they are covered with tattoos. In the past schizophenics yabbering to themselves would attract attention. Now we assume they are using a cellphone. In the past parents deliberately harming their children for the drama would go to jail. Now they go on Dr Phil to talk about their trans children. Integration of a sort.

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  • Icelanders greet their returning underdog national soccer team today. As I wrote in Taki's Magazine in February 2014:
  • @Pat Hannagan
    It's too bad USA came too late to the party of international rugby. One thing I will give rugby is that the settings for internationals get pretty nationalistically emotional:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6_UsZtHiXU

    Would have loved to see Oz vs USA with USA responding with Star Spangled Banner.

    As I have written elsewhere:

    White men performing the haka.

    Direct throat slitting at another white man!!! It's absurd and offensive...to Whites. With their tongues lolling out and their eyes rolling in their skulls. It's an embarrassment and shames all White men. Reverting to a primitive, disordered psychology that has no ken to understand order and civilisation.

    Kiwi Whites are the most degenerate of all the Anglosphere.

    The French responded magnificently in the 2011 World Cup to the insolent provocation, and the Cup, inevitably, stolen from them by a corruptly governed game, just like the Kiwis had their first Cup stolen from them for Nelson Mandela:

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

    Really, fucken, hate, the haka and all the fags who worship it.

    The British were worried about us Antipodeans going ‘native’.

    Went to a wedding in New Zealand back in the 90′s. They were boasting back then that most Kiwis would be of mixed-blood some time in the near future. A good thing apparently.

    The haka? It is to laugh. Pretty Fly For a Pakeha Guy.

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  • There's always a lot of interesting news that gets released over a long Fourth of July weekend. From the New York Times: ‘President Hillary Clinton?’ She Wants Progress on Immigration and to Drink With G.O.P. By PATRICK HEALY JULY 3, 2016 Should she win the presidency, Hillary Clinton would quickly try to find common ground...
  • @V Vega

    I agree. Wouldn’t surprise me if she is a alky. It would explain her physical deterioration and general morbid obesity.

    Here’s the thing, she can afford the best medical care and fitness trainers in the world. Yet she looks like s**t at her age. Extremely bloated and incapable staying on her feet for any length of time. She’s in bad shape, just like the creepy husband of hers.
     
    Great observation. Furthermore, loading booze on top of her cumadin and thyroid meds is going to take it's toll sooner, rather than later. I'm amazed the woman is still functional. Her liver must look like an old ballet slipper. Her brain, like an ancient lava lamp.

    Yet with her insane schedule she is able to tolerate contact lenses. That’s tough!

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  • From the New York Post: Commenter Ghost of Bull Moose adds: We've been hearing for decades about how, real soon now, Latinos are going to be the political wave of the future, but this poor bastard Martinez can't even beat a guy named Misty. The Hispanics are now being pushed aside in the Democratic Party...
  • I always thought Misty Hyman was a cuckoo name. Good to see you improved upon cuckoo.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Misty_Hyman

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  • From my new column in Taki's Magazine: Read the whole thing there.
  • I was in L.A for a few weeks in the middle of 1995. I saw the large crowds and media outside the courthouse. I infiltrated a few crowds. Easy to spy on Americans given your language and unguarded natures. Saw the Juicers at Venice Beach. Was surprised by the hands off/turn a blind eye attitude of the authorities toward black street performers as they went about mugging foreigners with their hand-me-your-wallet-style street tricks.

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  • From The New Republic:
  • Reboot. Let’s remember who the bad guys are. Desperate times.

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  • After countless false starts over the decades, the media may actually have found themselves a Great White Defendant who not only is not nonexistent, but is even guilty as charged. From the Washington Post: In contrast, would the Post use the same headlines for this picture of Jameis Winston, quarterback of NCAA football champion Florida...
  • I saw that guy being chased the other day.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3625441/Black-Muslim-chases-white-Trump-supporter-tackles-ground-San-Jose-rally.html

    “Chasing down the last …. ….” It’s a sport.

    You’re gonna need a bigger revolution!

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    Anti-Trump folks being violent thugs and cops being useless. How many times must we see this play out before we get groups of young, healthy, strong men to protect Trump supporters? This entire thing is a microcosm of our civilizational decline. If this were a healthy country, no sane person would dare to so much as glare at a Trump supporter.
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  • From the NYT: "Violence and bigotry?" Has Hillary hired Genius T. Coates as her speechwriter? If she starts talking about "violence against black bodies by NRA members who believe they are white" we'll know for sure. The day after Mr. Trump received the endorsement of the National Rifle Association, Mrs. Clinton assailed her probable general...
  • Here's video of NYC's notorious Hug Thug, Jermaine (a.k.a., Jeremy) Himmelstein, flattening a young lady from Canada in Times Square a couple of days ago. Here's another version of the video that shows more of the lead-up to the attack. Putin's Russia Today plays the story as more evidence of cruel capitalist budget cuts: Himmelstein...
  • Lee Kuan Yew called busking ‘disguised begging’. Busking is poorly disguised mugging for a certain type of guy.

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  • From the NYT: Unfortunately, I can't yet find this data online. Update: Commenter Drake found it here. After receiving an advance look at the data, the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey Jr., expressed alarm Wednesday about the spike in murders in some major cities. Reigniting the debate over a “Ferguson effect,” he told reporters that...
  • I knew you were in trouble the first time I saw Obama riding his bicycle.

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  • FiveThirtyEight's maxi-Nate puzzles over how he got Trump so wrong: There are diminishing returns to continuing to promote policies that were fairly successful at fixing the problems of the past (much less continuing to promote policies that were obviously unsuccessful, such as the Iraq War). But whereas Cruz offered a mix of anti-establishment-ism and movement...
  • From USA Today: Why aren't hate hoaxes prosecutable as hate crimes? They use fraud to stir up racial hatred. Granted, these frauds are designed to engender hatred of white people, so I guess that's okay. Anyway, the real problem with hate hoaxes is that they temporarily hurt the feelings of the Official Victim Groups:
  • Outsider here. When your founding fathers were feeling oppressed they jumped on a boat and started a new country up. When my ancestors were feeling oppressed they jumped on a boat and started a new country up. African-Americans could do this. It’s not like there are no options for them. Africa is a massive place with good natural resources. Liberia redux? A promised land to self-actualise. No need for all these hoaxes.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swing_Riots

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    "...farmers would pay their workers as little as possible, knowing that the parish fund would top up wages to a basic subsistence level."

    Privatize the profit, socialize the cost. Thus has it always been.
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  • From my new column in Taki's Magazine: Read the whole thing there.
  • @Harry Baldwin
    Oops, "prime minister" not "pie minister," though I like the sound of the former.

    Here’s what a Pie Minister looks like. The end product of something.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maggie_De_Block

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  • Back in 2008 it finally dawned on me that the popular phrases "white guilt" and "Jewish guilt" have functionally opposite meanings: Orwell's 1984 emphasizes the difficulties humans have in thinking about phenomena for which they lack names, and the usefulness to power of constricted vocabularies. For example, Orwell explains that in the future The Party...
  • Jews quite helpfully came up with the concept of Projection…and it’s everywhere. “Supremacists”, ‘blood libel’. The lack of insight is appalling, psychotic.

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  • Something worth remembering when reading all the Hot Takes about Prince is that he had a sort of negative genius for trends. He was the anti-Bowie, the King of the Uncool. I was a fan from Prince's 1980 Dirty Mind album onward, but he was always kind of embarrassing. For example, in 1993 Prince had...
  • @Trelane
    Prince wrote a lot of songs for women. How come no man ever recorded a song written by Prince?

    And wasn't Prince, while polished, pretty superficial as a songwritter? He's not one you'd compare to Leonard Cohen or Simon and Garfunkel. Who did this guy speak to in his lyrics? Madonna?

    And as a musician he didn't have much of a following either. I'm a musician and I've never known musicians to bring up "Prince" in conversations about great musicians. Sure, he could shred a guitar but I've seen 11-year-old girls on Youtube who can shred:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rV6SmY04WdE&feature=player_detailpage

    “And as a musician he didn’t have much of a following either. I’m a musician and I’ve never known musicians to bring up “Prince” in conversations about great musicians. ”

    He’s obviously very talented but white boy guitarists want riffs. Can’t remember any of my guitar-pest mates playing Prince riffs. I remember us smuggling the very gay looking Lovesexy album home expecting to be blown away by an album full of Alphabet Streets. It wasn’t.

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  • From the NYT: I was in Brussels in 1994. It didn't seem "ramshackle" then. Donald J. Trump called the Belgian capital “a hellhole” while Lubomir Zaoralek, the foreign minister of the Czech Republic, recently cited the city to explain why his and other Eastern European countries had steadfastly resisted a plan by the European Union...
  • No, non, nee, nein or nej could have spared us endless columns, tears and confusion. Sensible gatekeeping could have saved us from these ‘preventable evils’.

    Belgian Highways the nicest ones when driving south to France. Fewer cars, fewer maniacs (on roads), more flowers.

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  • Today's most burning issue, from the New York Times Editorial Board:
  • http://dailycaller.com/2016/04/06/ny-times-editorial-board-secdef-needs-to-allow-transgenders-in-military-post-haste/

    Always liked the photo. Wonder what they talked about away from the cameras? Beach buggies? Flight simulators?

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  • @The preferred nomenclature is...
    Oh yeah, how's that whole 'I'm fiscally conservative and socially liberal (sic)' stance on homosexuals (they're not hurting anyone, what, are you gay?) working out for folks now? I've a younger daughter I get to keep out of public restrooms now to avoid her sharing said facilities with swinging d--ks.

    Try having a young daughter in Sweden. Live the present, imagine the future. Does focus the mind. Give me a home among the gum trees.

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  • From The Atlantic: What Trump and Cruz Should Learn From Belgium In calling for policies that alienate Muslims, the Republican candidates are trying to make America more like Europe. Right after the attacks in Brussels on Tuesday, Donald Trump did something bizarre. He spoke the truth. Appearing on Fox and Friends, the GOP presidential frontrunner...
  • No details yet. Possibly related to the recent arrest in Brussels of the Muslim terrorist leader of the fall massacres in Paris, although that's pure speculation. Whatever the cause, the solution is clearly More Immigration.
  • @Hunsdon
    “Our diversity, not only in our Army, but in our country, is a strength. And as horrific as this tragedy was, if our diversity becomes a casualty, I think that’s worse,” Casey said.

    An oldie but a goodie.

    I like this one too. Add this one to the stupid comments Hall of Infamy.

    Norway: Mohammed most common men’s name in Oslo. “It is very exciting,” Jorgen Ouren(no wonder “cuck” became a meme).

    http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-news-from-elsewhere-28982803

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  • Just before my grandfather died he started giving away his valuables to just about any stranger he felt was worthy of his charity. He was losing his marbles, we were losing our inheritance.

    Our dotty old civilization has been doing the same for a couple of generations. What will be left for our kids?

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  • Just as economists try to avoid admitting that the law of supply and demand applies to the topic of immigration, educationists try to avoid admitting that the laws of arithmetic apply to immigration and school performance. But now there's an exception, in Sweden, of all places: From the Daily Mail: Migrant crisis to blame for...
  • @Tacitus2016
    My poor kids had to spend a few months at a school fast tracking Swedish for immigrant kids. Very traumatic time for them. They stuck with the Polish kids as did I when I attended SFI(Swedish for Immigrants).

    Swedes are still convinced they can pull this off. Like getting through a bad winter. They'll just use their ruthless compassion and gift for organisation to bring order to the chaos and they'll have the place running like an Ikea warehouse.

    Swedes are a bit like Ikea flat packs. Straight forward but missing a few screws. Their immigrants do away with the straight forward part.

    Make that straightforward. I lost my English along the way.

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  • My poor kids had to spend a few months at a school fast tracking Swedish for immigrant kids. Very traumatic time for them. They stuck with the Polish kids as did I when I attended SFI(Swedish for Immigrants).

    Swedes are still convinced they can pull this off. Like getting through a bad winter. They’ll just use their ruthless compassion and gift for organisation to bring order to the chaos and they’ll have the place running like an Ikea warehouse.

    Swedes are a bit like Ikea flat packs. Straight forward but missing a few screws. Their immigrants do away with the straight forward part.

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    Make that straightforward. I lost my English along the way.
    , @Steve Sailer
    I remember going into an Ikea for the first time in 1992 and suddenly all the random facts and opinions I had in my head about about Swedish culture suddenly started to cohere.
    , @Fredrik
    There is some truth to this but I think you're missing the point somewhat. Since Sweden was the way it was many people assume that foreigners are just like Swedes(why would you say something else, that's racist) and have been utterly unprepared for actual foreigners.

    Diversity has meant food. Other diversity has been explained along the lines of: we have diversity which means we're all the same.
    , @Clyde

    Swedes are a bit like Ikea flat packs. Straight forward but missing a few screws. Their immigrants do away with the straight forward part.
     
    Swedish designer who inspired Ikea flat-pack concept dies age 86
    Associated Press By KARL RITTER
    March 10, 2016 1:44 PM
    Lundgren has also been credited with inspiring the flat-pack, self-assembly concept that revolutionized the company when, after a photo shoot for the Ikea catalog in the 1950s, he removed the legs of a table so it could fit into a car.

    Lundgren described the occasion when he received the Swedish Tenzing Prize for innovators in 2012.
    "I told Ingvar that I think that table takes too much darn space. I think we should unscrew the legs and put them under the table," Lundgren said.
    Kamprad also recalled the episode in the 1998 book "Leading by Design — the Ikea Story," by Bertil Torekull.

    "We had our first flat parcel, and thus we started a revolution," said Kamprad, who is now 89.
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  • From News.com.au: According to the UN Population Prospects forecast, there are going to be a lot more Africans from where those came from.
  • I saw Amanda Vanstone – Australia’s former Immigration Minister – boast on TV that she was the one behind the Sudanese resettlement. Surprised that she is a childless white lady?

    http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2004/03/23/1079939645599.html

    Earlier story. http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2006/12/14/1165685828180.html

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    Surprised that she is a childless white lady?
     
    No.
    , @anon
    I would call her the Angela Merkel of Australia. I bet she is childless too. Something about not having any direct or immediate genetic future seems to make people, especially women, more inclined to sabotage their country's demographic future and ethnic heritage.
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  • Chris Rock’s Opening Oscar Monologue: A Transcript FEB. 28, 2016 CHRIS ROCK: Man, I counted at least 15 black people on that monitor. I’m here at the Academy Awards, otherwise known as the White People’s Choice Awards. You realize if they nominated hosts, I wouldn’t even get this job. So y’all would be watching Neil...
  • Quoting REM the next time you, “put our heads together and start a new country up”. You might do things a little differently. Eternally unhappy situation you have there. The eternally aggrieved are eternally entitled. Your merchants love to stir that pot, yes they do. Damn ruined now guys, too much stirring. Again.

    http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/rem/cuyahoga.html

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  • I was just reading this MailOnline article about Finland, headlined (and it’s a long headline): Nazi daggers, SS hats and a hangman’s noose: On night patrol with the “Soldiers of Odin,” neo-Nazi led vigilantes vowing to “keep Europe’s women safe from migrant sex attacks”. [By Jake Wallis Simons, February 4, 2016] That’s the headline. They...
  • Stopped over in Helsinki in 2010. There’s an obvious overlap in Nordic populations. Finns with non-Germanic language etc look a lot like Swedes(lots of Swedish genes in Finland or lots of Finnish genes in Sweden). Helsinki likely 95+% White but downtown areas disrupted by rowdy others including omnipresent Somali/Eritreans. A few handfuls of lurkers can change the character of downtown areas. On more than one occasion clop clop clop. Turn around and random woman a eugenic beauty.

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  • From the Washington Post: From the Los Angeles Times: From the Wall Street Journal:
  • @Ttjy
    It's amazing how many English and Australians get acting jobs playing Americans. It's really getting to be a joke.

    Also, do we need Canadians getting acting jobs too. Even bimbo roles go to foreigners. Are you telling me there wasn't one American white girt who could have done Pamela Anderson's role in Baywatch?

    There are a lot of Canadians in the news business and announcing in America too.


    We can't even hire our own white people for jobs when we want to hire white people.

    …and the Australians winning Oscars playing Americans are not even true-blue Australians. Cate Blanchett’s father was American. Nicole Kidman was born in Hawaii. Russell Crowe was born in New Zealand.

    Addit. After returning to Australia I am struck by the frequently beautiful facial features of the Anglo-Celts living in this faraway colony. Perfect features for archetypal Anglo-Celtic Hollywood leading man or woman. God they can be beautiful. But God there are a lotta trashy looking people as well. Dysgenics unbound. It’s not too late for some Swedish-style twentieth century eugenics.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Hemsworth

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margot_Robbie#/search

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