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    As medical care costs inexorably rise, a particularly perplexing problem is how to treat destitute patients whose illnesses are largely self-inflicted. What do you do with those who gorge themselves into diabetes while unable to pay a nickel for treatment? Current policy provides government-supplied medical care even if the sick person continues the unhealthy behavior....
  • I like this idea. We need more doctors and healers, too. Not all folk remedies work but it’s better than nothing. Plus, these folk or holistic cures could be a first step. If there is no success, then the patient could see a more modern doctor. As it is, our healthcare system is bogged down with too much insurance and paperwork and too many administrators and added costs. Experimentation is sorely needed. It time to break the AMA’s monopoly.

    I support Weissberg’s innovative, multi-cultural approach to healthcare; and it needn’t be designed only for African-Americans. Any American could avail themself of these affordable, traditional options.

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  • Please. You’re either prevaricating or unfamiliar with his pile of poorly written columns.

    In contrast to your own poorly thought-out anonymous commentary?

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    I think that this was supposed to be in the vein of "A Modest Proposal" and not something serious.

    Please. You’re either prevaricating or unfamiliar with his pile of poorly written columns.

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    No matter what Mr. Weissberg purports to write about, his purpose is nearly always to denigrate black people, often - as here - by mocking primitive Africans.

    This witless, silly column seems to have been written from the middle, the whack-a-blackery wrapped in a Chinese/Dominican introduction and conclusion. Or maybe that was to pad the thing out to a desired length, when he couldn't come up with another goofy African custom. In fairness, someone has this time around edited his mess for misspellings and typos.

    Why is Mr. Weissberg so obsessed with black people?

    I think that this was supposed to be in the vein of “A Modest Proposal” and not something serious.

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    Please. You’re either prevaricating or unfamiliar with his pile of poorly written columns.
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  • anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:

    No matter what Mr. Weissberg purports to write about, his purpose is nearly always to denigrate black people, often – as here – by mocking primitive Africans.

    This witless, silly column seems to have been written from the middle, the whack-a-blackery wrapped in a Chinese/Dominican introduction and conclusion. Or maybe that was to pad the thing out to a desired length, when he couldn’t come up with another goofy African custom. In fairness, someone has this time around edited his mess for misspellings and typos.

    Why is Mr. Weissberg so obsessed with black people?

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    I think that this was supposed to be in the vein of "A Modest Proposal" and not something serious.
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  • The phrase “angry white males” has been around awhile, but Donald Trump’s election has pushed it to the forefront. Indeed, at least for some, it is central to Trump’s election. As Steven M. Gillon put it in The Washington Post, “Donald Trump has tapped into this anger and manipulated it to his political advantage. The...
  • @animalogic
    Regardless of how "affirmative action" is defined in principle & practice it should NEVER be prioritised over the merit principle. Merit is the bedrock of modern culture.
    However:
    "Simply put, if diversity is so wonderful, and in the self-interest of universities and businesses, why must it be imposed forcefully? "
    Good question. Back in the 70-80's women & minorities were trying to break into the business etc world. There WAS discrimination based on gender & race. It was positive to prioritise women & minorities when merit was the first priority. It was an effort to change a culture. Simply, to give everyone a "fair go".
    The culture has moved on since then. Equality, but based on merit, should be accepted.
    Diversity, for diversity's sake, is ridiculous. "Diversity" is now a blunt instrument wielded by the identity politics crowd for their own political benefit.

    “Societies moved on.”
    Society has done no such thing. American society is doing exactly as intended, collapsing.

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  • Even in today’s acrimonious political landscape, nothing seems to draw as much vitriol as the minuscule “Alt-Right” (shorthand for an alternative to mainstream Conservatism Inc.). Indeed, if America’s political class organized 1984-style two-minute hates, the Alt-Right would be the star of the show with Richard Spencer substituting for Emmanuel Goldstein. Given this aversion across the...
  • @Mark Green
    This was a fairly good article, though it breaks no new ground and leaves out a lot. And as usual, Weissberg avoids the Jewish question as he zeros in on the incompatibility of Islam and Christianity. But that friction just part of the story. Indeed, America and the West didn't even have a Muslim problem until Israel became America's foremost sacred cow.

    As for the Alt-Right, Jewish activism is a central challenge to its political mission, which is to regain white independence and freedom of association for white Americans.

    Jewish/Zionist interests however are at odds with many of the aspirations held by those in the Alt-Right movement since race and religion are involved. So let's be candid. Soft Jewish tyranny in America has had an immensely destructive impact on white America--yet Weissberg and countless other (mostly Jewish) intellectuals ignore this fact.

    Weissberg cites imported 'Syrian goat-herders' as a threat to white Christian American culture, but not, apparently, Jewish ACLU lawyers or Jewish Zionist activists and donors. His narrow view is highly deceptive.

    Indeed, over the past six decades, organized Jewish activists (sometimes operating under the banner of atheism or Constitutional fundamentalism) have banished Christianity from the public square as well as the American classroom. Yet Zionism and Holocaust indoctrination get a pass. Why does Weissberg invariably ignore this transformation?--not to mention numerous double-standards that benefit Jewry at a cost to others?

    We don't know since Weissberg does not examine it forthrightly.

    Further, the theological divide between Judaism and Christianity is probably deeper that that which separates Islam from either faith. After all, Islam considers Christ a prophet. Judaism sees him as an enemy and a fraud. But Weissberg would pretend that America's 'Judeo-Christian heritage' is genuine. Many in the Alt-right see through this deception. Not Weissberg.

    As for the demographic transitions now underway in the West, why are North African and Middle East Muslims flooding Europe and America in the first place?

    This unprecedented explosion of refugees is due to pan-Zionist militarism which has helped destroy Iraq, Palestine, Libya and Syria. Terrorism and the refugee crisis is a byproduct of Zio-American wars. Yet Weissberg habitually ignores this fact.

    In a similar vein, Jewish donors to both of America's two major parties have kept illegal immigration off the political table for decades. They want the West's borders largely OPEN. Trump changed this. Many powerful Jews however want white rule in the West diminished if not eliminated. Israel however is allowed to subjugate and expel its indigenous non-Jews.

    Weissberg implicitly pretends that political friction between whites and Jews does not and should not exist in America. But that can't be true. Countless Jews are helping to orchestrate America's unwanted demographic transformation as well as Washington's serial warfare in the Middle East and beyond.

    This power imbalance explains why Hollywood, our glorious 'liberal' news media, and our government schools bombard white America with Israeli-Jewish-Auschwitz-KKK-slavery-white supremacism drek each and every day. So take your Jewish medicine children. Just turn on your TV for all the necessary news, information and entertainment. After that, you can visit your local Holocaust museum.

    This kosher propaganda matrix exists by design. Hasn't Weissberg noticed?

    This ubiquitous mix of disinformation, propaganda and hasbara keeps Jews and their progeny aware and cohesive while our children and community are guilt-ridden and divided. Many in the Alt-right understands this. I bet Weissberg secretly does, too.

    Indeed, there are so many double-standards and special privileges that Jews now enjoy in America that it's impossible not to notice. Israeli-Americans have carved out a privileged niche for themselves. But saying so is 'anti-Semitic'. Yet Weissberg pretends not to notice. He's got his Jewish blinders on.

    Indeed, due to inordinate Jewish influence, average Americans rarely get to see programs, films or academic lessons that examine organized Jewish malfeasance--from international crime, to heavy-handed Zionist lobbying, to the spread of harmful ideologies such as communism; not to mention serial, ongoing, pro-Zionist wars in the Middle East.

    These multiple, Mideast wars/interventions may now seem 'normal', but they are part of a vast, serial, criminal enterprise. Just count the bodies.

    These is a complex and explosive subject. But the examination of this phenomena remains under very tight supervision. Organized censorship is a key tool here. As is media control And what group, Mr. Weissberg, most ably manages this censorship and control?

    America has a Jewish problem. This quandary covers a lot of ground. It involves not only speech restrictions and taboos involving race and religion, but the strategic abuse of political power involving intervention and war. Jews have brilliantly steered America into a uniform, pro-Zionist direction.

    And since Jews are Caucasian, they demand, expect and now receive full access to white-majority groups, events, assemblies, corporations, colleges and what-have-you. But if you are white and you try to exclude Jews (or advance specifically non-Jewish interests such as neutrality in the Middle East) then you've got a fight on your hands. This is where the taboo of 'anti-Semitism' is played out in our Zionist-friendly media. It's a another artful and brilliant accomplishment by Israeli-Americans. On this topic, Weissberg is also silent.

    Meanwhile, Jews demand the right to create and/or sustain all-Jewish groups, lobbies, federations, union and associations. And many of these exclusive, coordinated, all-Jewish organizations hold immense political power. They unashamedly advocate for Jewish causes and interests. Yet we're not supposed to notice any conflict of group interests involving Jews and whites in America. Israel and America: in love forever.

    These distortions and fantasies have disarmed whites and empowered Jews. This is why the Alt-right movement is under constant pressure by the (Jewish-dominated) Left. White interests are ultimately at odds with Jewish supremacy.

    The Alt-Right therefore threatens Jewish power in America. It's inevitable. Weissberg surely understands this. But he's trying to manage it via omission. This is a familiar trick.

    And just who are the dominant agents in the conspiracy to criminalize political speech, Mr. Weissberg? (And yes, it is a conspiracy.)

    You know. We know.

    Ultimately, the Alt-Right wants the right to advocate for white interests--free of Jewish oversight. This is not unreasonable. But this distinction of group interests undermines Jewish influence as well as Israel's artificial centrality in American life. That's the rub. This is why there's so much chatter about Trump's alleged 'anti-Semitism' and his ties to 'white supremacism'. This entire campaign is another Jewish canard. They are endless.

    Simply speaking, there are enormous problems associated with unchecked Jewish power in American life. Ignoring them will not solve the problem or make it go away. Too bad Weissberg is ultimately carrying water for the Zionist establishment. This deception deserves to be unmasked.

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  • 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...
  • @Harold Smith
    Constitutional issues notwithstanding, it's simply not "sensible" to demand the banning of semi-automatic rifles in the name of "public safety" when there are so many other things that cause so much more death. For example, according to the FBI, 374 people were killed by "rifles" in the U.S. in 2016 (this includes all kinds of rifles, not just semi-automatic rifles), while pharmaceutical drugs kill somewhere between 20,000 and 30,000 people annually.

    Can you imagine such nonsense in any other context? Imagine dropping a bag full of money outside and concentrating on collecting all the $1 dollar bills on the ground while the $100 dollar bills are blown away by the wind. The "public safety" argument is laughably absurd.

    "The formation of laws, rules, and regulations in a democracy is not the work of one person, but the effect of many people combining to influence legislators by whatever means they can–for example reasoned argument or cash payments."

    Alas you've discovered "government"! But here's the thing: Any "government" that goes all over the world senselessly mass-murdering people, for example (as does the U.S. government), has no moral authority to disarm anybody.

    The lawless, mass-murdering, U.S. "government" that seeks to arm itself with the most destructive, most deadly weapons ever invented including nuclear, chemical and biological weapons; the lawless, mass-murdering U.S. "government" that presently threatens us all with planetary extinction because of its heinous crimes against humanity and its threats against other nuclear powers - simply has no moral or constitutional "right" to take anyone else's weapons away, especially those belonging to righteous people.

    Constitutional issues notwithstanding, it’s simply not “sensible” to demand the banning of semi-automatic rifles in the name of “public safety” when there are so many other things that cause so much more death. For example, according to the FBI, 374 people were killed by “rifles” in the U.S. in 2016 (this includes all kinds of rifles, not just semi-automatic rifles), while pharmaceutical drugs kill somewhere between 20,000 and 30,000 people annually.

    The drugs that kill many people are already classified as “controlled drugs” and further regulations are being introduced to prevent promiscuous prescribing.

    I am glad that you agree that the same thing should be done with guns.

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  • @thor47
    Please stop embarrassing yourself with the " Americans do not need " foolishness. No one needs two pairs of shoes. No one needs two pairs of jeans, or two shirts. No one needs two Picasso paintings or two Rolex watches. In fact, no one needs a Rolex watch at all. I have a Timex which keeps perfectly good time, and has for seven years now, without a battery change. What I spend my legally earned money on that is legally available is none of your business.

    What I spend my legally earned money on that is legally available is none of your business.

    As long as you agree to stick to what is legal even if the law changes from what you think it should be, then no one would disagree with you. But these matters are rarely completely clear cut. For example in some states it is legal to buy and smoke pot, and in others you could be sent to prison for it, so people have a right to campaign to change laws.

    When I lived overseas, pot smokers were often in court and claimed as a defense that they were smoking for religious reasons as they were Rastafarians. My view was that they should not practice their religion in secret, but have a mass ceremony in a public place, like in front of the Town Hall, and be open about it even if they risked prison. Early Christians were eaten by lions at the Colosseum, but eventually they took over the Roman Empire.

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  • @anonymous
    This column is afflicted with Mr. Weissberg's typical typos, but much better than his recent run of whack-a-blackery. Acknowledging the exploitation of children by abortion opponents indicates that he is sincere and principled about the topic.

    But why the clumsy, needless focus on "many black and Hispanic students" near the end? This isn't only off-putting to so-called "normies," but something that makes the sentence less true. Here, try it this way:

    "Moreover, many students need all the classroom [time] they can get without achieving their fifteen seconds of TV fame to advance some celebrity-endorsed trendy causes."

    I guess it wouldn't be a Weissberg column without a kibble for those who enjoy being reassured that they're racially superior. Or maybe he's troling.

    Thank you for that, Hall Monitor. Your moral superiority is awesome to behold. I look forward to your next instance of virtue signaling.

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  • @anonymous
    This column is afflicted with Mr. Weissberg's typical typos, but much better than his recent run of whack-a-blackery. Acknowledging the exploitation of children by abortion opponents indicates that he is sincere and principled about the topic.

    But why the clumsy, needless focus on "many black and Hispanic students" near the end? This isn't only off-putting to so-called "normies," but something that makes the sentence less true. Here, try it this way:

    "Moreover, many students need all the classroom [time] they can get without achieving their fifteen seconds of TV fame to advance some celebrity-endorsed trendy causes."

    I guess it wouldn't be a Weissberg column without a kibble for those who enjoy being reassured that they're racially superior. Or maybe he's troling.

    LOL, I was cheering for Bobby until the very end. Kind of like your mom, standing at the finish line for five hours when you make it through your first marathon. Alas, he couldn’t make it through a full article without referencing blacks!

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  • “David Hogg Caught Lying About Where He Was During Parkland Shooting.”

    “Anti-Gun Activist Told CBS He Was at Home During Massacre.”

    source: https://www.infowars.com/david-hogg-caught-lying-about-where-he-was-during-parkland-shooting/

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  • Former CIA Intelligence Officer Dr. Michael Scheuer, says Florida school shooting and Las Vegas were false flags, FBI is covering up.
    Also urges every American to buy weapons and stockpile ammo.

    Former CIA Intelligence Officer Dr. Michael Scheuer

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  • @utu
    Americans do not need that many weapons. One pistol or revolver and max two hunting guns with license should be enough. Nobody needs semi automatic rifles. And pls do not bring up the 2nd amendment or whatever on this over fetishized piece of paper. It so low class.

    Yeah? Why don’t you come by and take mine…

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  • @VICB3
    My mom - who has a PhD in Education and run entire state school systems if anybody wants to know - predicts that there will be a huge backlash by the parents against the various School Boards and Administrators for actively aiding and abetting these (idiot) children in their narcissistic acting out.* Call it a wake-up call for anybody with a kid in a public school. Watch funding get cut and people replaced or voted out. That and an uptick in private school placements.

    But then again, very possibly the Parents are idiots as well and approve of these activities. Stupid Mothers have stupid children after all.

    Just a (wondrously disgusted) thought.

    Vicb3

    *It's been shown that it's in part indirectly funded by the DNC. Here's the document:

    http://www.investmentwatchblog.com/proof-these-kids-are-pawns-for-the-dnc-their-march-is-being-organized-by-everytown-for-gun-safety-they-are-directly-funded-by-actblue-which-is-thew-dnc/

    Assuming it's accurate, more proof the DNC has been co-opted.

    “ran” not “run.” Guess the education only sort of took.

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  • @jimbojones
    This children's protest was a new low in political discourse. The schools are funded by everybody and cannot serve to push one particular controversial political viewpoint. And the children are there to learn, not posture. There is a reason why young people can't drive, drink, vote, or marry.

    My mom – who has a PhD in Education and run entire state school systems if anybody wants to know – predicts that there will be a huge backlash by the parents against the various School Boards and Administrators for actively aiding and abetting these (idiot) children in their narcissistic acting out.* Call it a wake-up call for anybody with a kid in a public school. Watch funding get cut and people replaced or voted out. That and an uptick in private school placements.

    But then again, very possibly the Parents are idiots as well and approve of these activities. Stupid Mothers have stupid children after all.

    Just a (wondrously disgusted) thought.

    Vicb3

    *It’s been shown that it’s in part indirectly funded by the DNC. Here’s the document:

    http://www.investmentwatchblog.com/proof-these-kids-are-pawns-for-the-dnc-their-march-is-being-organized-by-everytown-for-gun-safety-they-are-directly-funded-by-actblue-which-is-thew-dnc/

    Assuming it’s accurate, more proof the DNC has been co-opted.

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  • @utu
    Americans do not need that many weapons. One pistol or revolver and max two hunting guns with license should be enough. Nobody needs semi automatic rifles. And pls do not bring up the 2nd amendment or whatever on this over fetishized piece of paper. It so low class.

    Please stop embarrassing yourself with the ” Americans do not need ” foolishness. No one needs two pairs of shoes. No one needs two pairs of jeans, or two shirts. No one needs two Picasso paintings or two Rolex watches. In fact, no one needs a Rolex watch at all. I have a Timex which keeps perfectly good time, and has for seven years now, without a battery change. What I spend my legally earned money on that is legally available is none of your business.

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    What I spend my legally earned money on that is legally available is none of your business.
     
    As long as you agree to stick to what is legal even if the law changes from what you think it should be, then no one would disagree with you. But these matters are rarely completely clear cut. For example in some states it is legal to buy and smoke pot, and in others you could be sent to prison for it, so people have a right to campaign to change laws.

    When I lived overseas, pot smokers were often in court and claimed as a defense that they were smoking for religious reasons as they were Rastafarians. My view was that they should not practice their religion in secret, but have a mass ceremony in a public place, like in front of the Town Hall, and be open about it even if they risked prison. Early Christians were eaten by lions at the Colosseum, but eventually they took over the Roman Empire.

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  • As I recall, the last Children’s Crusade didn’t end well at all.

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  • The environmentalist movement was quite successful in infantilizing the general public by making outlandish claims, giving animals “rights, among other things…
    I call it the “disneyfication” of animals, raising animals up to the status of humans, imbuing human qualities on them…Walt Disney and his animal cartoons, “Bambi” among others, is responsible for turning adult humans into animal-worshiping crazies…the roots of rabid environmentalism also has its start with disney cartoons…
    The “disneyfication” of animals has done more to damage the concept of man having dominion over other living things and has contributed greatly to our present crop of anti-hunters and pro-animal activists.
    If civilization collapses, you can bet that this “disneyfication” of animals along with “gun control” (actually people control) will go away… people will be too busy looking for their next meal.
    PETA=people eating tasty animals…

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  • @Jonathan Mason

    Why? Who are you to say what someone else can or can’t have?
     
    The formation of laws, rules, and regulations in a democracy is not the work of one person, but the effect of many people combining to influence legislators by whatever means they can--for example reasoned argument or cash payments.

    Checks and balances, Harold, checks and balances. A psychiatrist can order someone to be committed, which would lead to loss of their gun ownership rights, but the person has the right to a hearing before a judge, who may reverse the decision, and failing that the individual has the right of appeal to a higher court. Checks and balances.

    Constitutional issues notwithstanding, it’s simply not “sensible” to demand the banning of semi-automatic rifles in the name of “public safety” when there are so many other things that cause so much more death. For example, according to the FBI, 374 people were killed by “rifles” in the U.S. in 2016 (this includes all kinds of rifles, not just semi-automatic rifles), while pharmaceutical drugs kill somewhere between 20,000 and 30,000 people annually.

    Can you imagine such nonsense in any other context? Imagine dropping a bag full of money outside and concentrating on collecting all the $1 dollar bills on the ground while the $100 dollar bills are blown away by the wind. The “public safety” argument is laughably absurd.

    “The formation of laws, rules, and regulations in a democracy is not the work of one person, but the effect of many people combining to influence legislators by whatever means they can–for example reasoned argument or cash payments.”

    Alas you’ve discovered “government”! But here’s the thing: Any “government” that goes all over the world senselessly mass-murdering people, for example (as does the U.S. government), has no moral authority to disarm anybody.

    The lawless, mass-murdering, U.S. “government” that seeks to arm itself with the most destructive, most deadly weapons ever invented including nuclear, chemical and biological weapons; the lawless, mass-murdering U.S. “government” that presently threatens us all with planetary extinction because of its heinous crimes against humanity and its threats against other nuclear powers – simply has no moral or constitutional “right” to take anyone else’s weapons away, especially those belonging to righteous people.

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    Constitutional issues notwithstanding, it’s simply not “sensible” to demand the banning of semi-automatic rifles in the name of “public safety” when there are so many other things that cause so much more death. For example, according to the FBI, 374 people were killed by “rifles” in the U.S. in 2016 (this includes all kinds of rifles, not just semi-automatic rifles), while pharmaceutical drugs kill somewhere between 20,000 and 30,000 people annually.
     
    The drugs that kill many people are already classified as "controlled drugs" and further regulations are being introduced to prevent promiscuous prescribing.

    I am glad that you agree that the same thing should be done with guns.
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  • Instead, the children’s crusade is making political points to enable Democrats and Oprah to triumph in the next election

    No reason why the children’s crusade would not support a progressive Republican versus a gun-toting Democrat who takes money from the NRA. It is not as if there is much difference between the parties anyway.

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  • @Harold Smith
    "What is needed are sensible laws regarding who is allowed to buy guns and ammunition, and the type of guns and ammunition they can buy."

    Why? Who are you to say what someone else can or can't have?

    Why? Who are you to say what someone else can or can’t have?

    The formation of laws, rules, and regulations in a democracy is not the work of one person, but the effect of many people combining to influence legislators by whatever means they can–for example reasoned argument or cash payments.

    Checks and balances, Harold, checks and balances. A psychiatrist can order someone to be committed, which would lead to loss of their gun ownership rights, but the person has the right to a hearing before a judge, who may reverse the decision, and failing that the individual has the right of appeal to a higher court. Checks and balances.

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    Constitutional issues notwithstanding, it's simply not "sensible" to demand the banning of semi-automatic rifles in the name of "public safety" when there are so many other things that cause so much more death. For example, according to the FBI, 374 people were killed by "rifles" in the U.S. in 2016 (this includes all kinds of rifles, not just semi-automatic rifles), while pharmaceutical drugs kill somewhere between 20,000 and 30,000 people annually.

    Can you imagine such nonsense in any other context? Imagine dropping a bag full of money outside and concentrating on collecting all the $1 dollar bills on the ground while the $100 dollar bills are blown away by the wind. The "public safety" argument is laughably absurd.

    "The formation of laws, rules, and regulations in a democracy is not the work of one person, but the effect of many people combining to influence legislators by whatever means they can–for example reasoned argument or cash payments."

    Alas you've discovered "government"! But here's the thing: Any "government" that goes all over the world senselessly mass-murdering people, for example (as does the U.S. government), has no moral authority to disarm anybody.

    The lawless, mass-murdering, U.S. "government" that seeks to arm itself with the most destructive, most deadly weapons ever invented including nuclear, chemical and biological weapons; the lawless, mass-murdering U.S. "government" that presently threatens us all with planetary extinction because of its heinous crimes against humanity and its threats against other nuclear powers - simply has no moral or constitutional "right" to take anyone else's weapons away, especially those belonging to righteous people.

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  • @joe webb
    So, Solon, have you read Scarlet Letter lately? Hawthorne was profoundly conservative. Ann Hutchinson was some kind of real life model for Hester Prynne. Ann got into trouble for her views and was banned...something to do with Grace as opposed to Works.

    Hester Prynne clearly is graced, both in my view and in Hawthorne's. Of note is that Hester did works as well as enjoying grace. Everybody ultimately came round to admiring her. As for her child, she was remarkable. I wanted more...tell me about this wonderful child. No such luck.

    So in plain speech, you are way off base here. Hester was no inner-city idiot or her child a juvenile delinquent.

    So in plain speech, you are way off base here. Hester was no inner-city idiot or her child a juvenile delinquent.

    My error was in failing to spend more time to carefully articulate the point I was trying to make; I’m still not sure I can articulate it fully, but it’s closer to your understanding than to any implication that “Hester was an inner-city idiot . . .” — exactly the opposite.

    Nikosas Cruz’s mother was sexually promiscuous and abandoned her child. She did nothing to attempt to redeem herself, and Cruz’s mother’s surrounding culture did not do anything to either shame her as a means of signaling that she had offended against community mores, or provide some level of support and then acceptance back into the community as she acknowledged and dealt with her offense against the community, repented, and amended her life.

    Hester did all of those things, and her daughter came through the ordeal OK.
    Cruz’s mother did none of those things, and the result was an apparently irredeemably damaged child/man.

    Hester healed herself and her community by acknowledging her sin; the Cruz family did the opposite.

    The Parkland children, their parents and their manipulators/puppet masters acknowledge none of these factors (– instead they blamed someone/something else), which are, imo, the primary cause of “gun violence.” Instead, the children’s crusade is making political points to enable Democrats and Oprah to triumph in the next election; to turn schools into extensions of neo-liberal concentration/indoctrination camps; and to expand ever-increasing incursions on American privacy rights.

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  • @JustJeff
    Right wing generation Z is like Prestor John for the 21st century: they’ll come rescue us but they don’t actually exist.

    Prescient and hilarious comment. I’ve seen this “Generation Zyklon” right wing groundswell “meme” recently and my knee jerk reaction has been, “I’ll believe it when I see it.” The evidence as I’m able to interpret it points to the contrary. The Prestor John allusion is the perfect analogy. Still chuckling.

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  • @jilles dykstra
    In my opinion drugs are not the problem, it is the people using them, without being able to handle them.
    The big question is 'why does the USA have so many citizens unable to handle drugs ?'.
    The Netherlands is a small country, and I'm too lazy to calculate, find the data, but I suppose that relatively we have far less overdose cases.
    Addicts are helped with methadon, etc.

    I’m just guessing here, I’m too lazy to calculate, but I’m positing the assumption that you may have less Despair in the Netherlands. In a nutshell, it’s Despair! These American overdoses are not rock stars. The spiritual evisceration of Middle America in one word, Despair!

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  • @Jonathan Mason
    This was a promising headline, but the article falls flat.

    To be sure, the US is not the Central African Republic where armed boys really kill civilians,
     
    That is exactly what has happened in these school shootings. They were boys, they were armed, they killed, the people they killed were civilians. So the US IS like the Central African Republic, only with less Africans.

    I also think you should consider the Second Amendment in the light of Federalist Paper #29, which makes it pretty clear that the Second Amendment is as obsolete as the question of whether a slave was equal to 1/3 or 2/3 of a person, and has nothing to do with personal ownership of non-militia weapons, which should be regulated by the states.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federalist_No._29

    A generation of children is growing up who have been subjected to regular school "crazy shooter" drills. ( I have children in Florida schools). Each year another generation of these children will graduate and each year they will become more numerous and more of a political force.

    The current generation of Supreme Court justices who were born around the time of the Civil War will soon die off and be replaced by people more in touch with reality.

    If my kids and/or their teachers wanted to participate in demonstrations on gun laws, I would have no objection if that is what they wanted to do.

    I don't think most of these kids want to repeal the Second Amendment, for what it is worth, because the Second Amendment is an obsolete fossil relating to a time when there was no standing army or police force. You can keep your Second Amendment. What is needed are sensible laws regarding who is allowed to buy guns and ammunition, and the type of guns and ammunition they can buy.

    OF COURSE these kids get support from adults who want gun reform. That is how our country works. A teenager is currently suing the State of Florida for restricting his right to buy a rifle. Do you seriously think a teenager is suing the State of Florida on his own without help from adults?

    “What is needed are sensible laws regarding who is allowed to buy guns and ammunition, and the type of guns and ammunition they can buy.”

    Why? Who are you to say what someone else can or can’t have?

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    Why? Who are you to say what someone else can or can’t have?
     
    The formation of laws, rules, and regulations in a democracy is not the work of one person, but the effect of many people combining to influence legislators by whatever means they can--for example reasoned argument or cash payments.

    Checks and balances, Harold, checks and balances. A psychiatrist can order someone to be committed, which would lead to loss of their gun ownership rights, but the person has the right to a hearing before a judge, who may reverse the decision, and failing that the individual has the right of appeal to a higher court. Checks and balances.
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  • @Corvinus
    "The government schools have proven to be a far too powerful tool for eroding our republic from within."

    That's not entirely accurate. Hundreds of thousands of white parents have faith in our public schools. Are they anti-white for making this educational decision?

    "Not only are these kids stupid, performing far below their academic potential given their raw IQ..."

    You are making a sweeping generalization here.

    That’s not entirely accurate. Hundreds of thousands of white parents have faith in our public schools. Are they anti-white for making this educational decision?

    Corvinus is a schoolmarm and a very typical specimen of today’s K-12 yeachers.

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  • @SolontoCroesus
    Do public school students still read The Scarlet Letter?

    Shouldn't the issues Hawthorne explored -- adultery, promiscuity-irresponsible sex, the shame of adultery, the impact of reckless sex on the child of an adulterous union, the difficulty of raising a child in a fractured family, irresponsible parents, vindictive parents, vindictive surrounding culture, -- be far more important and to the point re Nikolas Cruz's behavior, its causes and consequences, than the gun he used?

    So, Solon, have you read Scarlet Letter lately? Hawthorne was profoundly conservative. Ann Hutchinson was some kind of real life model for Hester Prynne. Ann got into trouble for her views and was banned…something to do with Grace as opposed to Works.

    Hester Prynne clearly is graced, both in my view and in Hawthorne’s. Of note is that Hester did works as well as enjoying grace. Everybody ultimately came round to admiring her. As for her child, she was remarkable. I wanted more…tell me about this wonderful child. No such luck.

    So in plain speech, you are way off base here. Hester was no inner-city idiot or her child a juvenile delinquent.

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    So in plain speech, you are way off base here. Hester was no inner-city idiot or her child a juvenile delinquent.
     
    My error was in failing to spend more time to carefully articulate the point I was trying to make; I'm still not sure I can articulate it fully, but it's closer to your understanding than to any implication that "Hester was an inner-city idiot . . ." -- exactly the opposite.

    Nikosas Cruz's mother was sexually promiscuous and abandoned her child. She did nothing to attempt to redeem herself, and Cruz's mother's surrounding culture did not do anything to either shame her as a means of signaling that she had offended against community mores, or provide some level of support and then acceptance back into the community as she acknowledged and dealt with her offense against the community, repented, and amended her life.

    Hester did all of those things, and her daughter came through the ordeal OK.
    Cruz's mother did none of those things, and the result was an apparently irredeemably damaged child/man.

    Hester healed herself and her community by acknowledging her sin; the Cruz family did the opposite.

    The Parkland children, their parents and their manipulators/puppet masters acknowledge none of these factors (-- instead they blamed someone/something else), which are, imo, the primary cause of "gun violence." Instead, the children's crusade is making political points to enable Democrats and Oprah to triumph in the next election; to turn schools into extensions of neo-liberal concentration/indoctrination camps; and to expand ever-increasing incursions on American privacy rights.
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  • “Mysterious ‘Broward Coward’ Posters Plastered All Over Sheriff’s HQ”

    source: https://www.infowars.com/mysterious-broward-coward-posters-plastered-all-over-sheriffs-hq/

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  • gp says:

    Headline at abcnews.go.com today: “Will current leaders believe gun lobby fiction or the truth of youth?”

    False premises, false dichotomy, redefinition of “truth.” The news media just _shovels_ this crap at us. They don’t care if it even makes sense or not. They don’t care what we think of their disingenuous illogic. They are as contemptuous of us as they are of liberty itself.

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  • “Armed Citizens: Fight Crime by Fighting Back.”

    “Gun Grabbing City Councilman vs Armed Citizen.”

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  • I’m convinced. We should ban guns, school, and bedtimes, and replace the RDA with three meals a day of ice cream and candy.

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  • anonymous[739] • Disclaimer says:

    Outstanding post.

    These Old Believers, Constitutionalists 2nd amendment true believers really have no clue about the modern world.

    There are 30 million people in the State of California.

    The entire Muslim world, Haiti, Sub Sahara Black Africa is trying to migrate here. It’s insane to think that we can ignore 2018 realities and just let anything goes, where everything goes.

    Let’s have sane:

    Gun control
    Birth Control
    Immigration Control

    Mogadeshu Somalia is nothing we should be aiming to bring here.

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  • It’s the stupidity and gullibility of the adults that worries me. Something very wrong with people that think automatic weapons and hand guns are a good idea, maybe the new generation will come to their senses.

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  • @Anonymous
    Wealthy, educated men and women have deliberately curtailed educational opportunities . They come in two flavors to confuse you. The ideological handmaidens of the Christian Reich are easy to see, they want total war against reason so they have their own Universities for the aspiring American Taliban. The neoliberals poke fun at the hicks but they too believe in imperialism just like their friends on the more obvious right. Both love the guns issue and write all about it.

    Most of the country is worried about paying their bills or whether they'll get fired from their jobs - better to keep them preoccupied with guns.

    Here's where an alternative education would help the country immensely. I don't hold out much hope for social media. That's already a bought and sold cesspool of propaganda and intelligence gathering by the previously described elite assholes.

    Hmmmmm . . .

    I am not sure that I am on board with your comments. I was focused on two primary views:

    1. schools are in the hands of liberals and there are few challengers that counter the views seeded throughout the education system as result.

    2. Students tend to view the world from an a priori view of liberals

    Long term negative consequences for conservatives. The unrestrained of attack on public education has actually backfired. Home schooling may grow, school choice and charter schools may increase. But more than 80+% of the nations students will be educated in the public school system. Since most of what the country holds as to objective truth and reasoning was founded on the ideas of christians of varying dogmas, I have to reject the advance that christians are at war with reason. The body critical thinking analysis founded by believers in Christ is just to overwhelming .

    I think if Sec Clinton had lost the election to anyone else, there would have other accusations of conspiracies. And those suspicions would have gone unabated. The only difference has been that Pres Trump was for many so unexpected a victor that the accusations are unmoored from normal political wranglings.

    Caveat: I would take a slight step back from the harshness of “bastardized” But neither republicans or conservatives have done themselves a huge disservice attacking public education in the manner they have. And the liberal victories reflect as much — liberal failures in my view.

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  • Great photo in article above.a generation is finally rising to challenge a sick society.may it grow from strength to strength.

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  • Anonymous[277] • Disclaimer says:
    @jilles dykstra
    Can we also outlaw fighter jets, tanks and nuclear submarines ?

    The voters voted so only the police should be allowed to be an army with military equipment. If that doesn’t work the more real military can be rolled out.

    Nothing quite says freedom like heavily armed cops in armor with shields and military weapons driving tanks by a camp of homeless people.

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  • Anonymous[122] • Disclaimer says:

    It is unlikely that these pre-teens or teenagers have a minimal understanding of gun control, the Second Amendment, what due process means in this debate, the legal options schools have in protecting students, the relationship between mental illnesses and criminality, among other critical, inescapable gun-violence related issues. How many can accurately define “assault weapon”?

    It is unlikely that most US citizens of any age have a minimal understanding of gun control!

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  • @Greg Bacon
    Anon, since you're browser is apparently broken, here's the anti-BDS bill that is close to passing.

    Time to break out that bottle of Manischewitz wine and start singing "Hava Nagila!"

    Israel anti-boycott bill inches closer to passing Senate after revisions

    https://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2018/03/israel-anti-boycott-bill-closer-passing-senate-revisions.html
     

    It may be about time for an, American graffiti renaissance revolution!

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  • @Anonymous

    At the same time, Israeli lackeys in Congress are close to passing the anti-BDS bill which will make VERBOTEN any criticism of Israel, with huge fines and jail time for merely expressing an opinion
     
    Yet more comment section mythology that can be falsified with two seconds of Google searching. But nobody seems to have two seconds.

    Anon, since you’re browser is apparently broken, here’s the anti-BDS bill that is close to passing.

    Time to break out that bottle of Manischewitz wine and start singing “Hava Nagila!”

    Israel anti-boycott bill inches closer to passing Senate after revisions

    https://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2018/03/israel-anti-boycott-bill-closer-passing-senate-revisions.html

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    It may be about time for an, American graffiti renaissance revolution!

    https://i.pinimg.com/236x/28/6b/77/286b7784f164032f0b6482c7454d22b0.jpg
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  • Anonymous[277] • Disclaimer says:
    @EliteCommInc.
    Th reality is that children in the US as a whole are safe from gun violence. It is a non factor for nearly every child in very school. I think the author is correct when he contends that these students are being used.

    But there's a reason for that. Our educational system is the farm by which we produce our future generations. And that farm is being cultivated by liberals and democrats and intimidated others. I don't think Pres Trump is anywhere close to being as maladjusted as is touted by his enemies or those in the party he represents. But for the last twenty years, they have been nothing but negatives about the GOP, conservatives and Christianity. I don't think it would have mattered which GOP member would have won the WH, the vitriol would have been the same.

    How silly it was for conservatives and Republicans to have spent thirty years bastardizing the educational system instead of flooding its fields with conservative thinkers to balance or minimize the waves to come.

    Wealthy, educated men and women have deliberately curtailed educational opportunities . They come in two flavors to confuse you. The ideological handmaidens of the Christian Reich are easy to see, they want total war against reason so they have their own Universities for the aspiring American Taliban. The neoliberals poke fun at the hicks but they too believe in imperialism just like their friends on the more obvious right. Both love the guns issue and write all about it.

    Most of the country is worried about paying their bills or whether they’ll get fired from their jobs – better to keep them preoccupied with guns.

    Here’s where an alternative education would help the country immensely. I don’t hold out much hope for social media. That’s already a bought and sold cesspool of propaganda and intelligence gathering by the previously described elite assholes.

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    Hmmmmm . . .


    I am not sure that I am on board with your comments. I was focused on two primary views:


    1. schools are in the hands of liberals and there are few challengers that counter the views seeded throughout the education system as result.

    2. Students tend to view the world from an a priori view of liberals


    Long term negative consequences for conservatives. The unrestrained of attack on public education has actually backfired. Home schooling may grow, school choice and charter schools may increase. But more than 80+% of the nations students will be educated in the public school system. Since most of what the country holds as to objective truth and reasoning was founded on the ideas of christians of varying dogmas, I have to reject the advance that christians are at war with reason. The body critical thinking analysis founded by believers in Christ is just to overwhelming .


    I think if Sec Clinton had lost the election to anyone else, there would have other accusations of conspiracies. And those suspicions would have gone unabated. The only difference has been that Pres Trump was for many so unexpected a victor that the accusations are unmoored from normal political wranglings.


    Caveat: I would take a slight step back from the harshness of "bastardized" But neither republicans or conservatives have done themselves a huge disservice attacking public education in the manner they have. And the liberal victories reflect as much -- liberal failures in my view.

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  • @jilles dykstra
    Even if drugs are abundant and cheap, why are people unable to handle them ?
    Writing this what comes to mind is Midsummer Day in Sweden, a day of festivities.
    I was flabbergasted to see youngsters already quite drunk, flask in hand, before noon.
    This in a rich country, at the time, seventies, completely white, with a long history of combating alcohol misuse.

    Finns are no better, as I saw on a camping near Riga, the capital of Letland, early this century, so drunk before two in the afternoon that they'd gone to bed, leaving a table full of empty bottles in full sight for anyone passing.

    The British introduced opium in China, from India, to pay for their tea, against what the Chinese government wanted, therefore the opium wars.
    But, in what was called opium kits, a kind of opium bar, people that could not handle the drug were despised.

    Countries like Sweden and Finnland, despite high, and, in Sweden, very expensive, alcohol consumption never had or have alcohol deaths in great numbers, as far as I know.
    Alas here in the Netherlands hospitals complain about the number of always young lives they have to save, having drunk far too much.
    There is talk of charging them the costs, alas most of the time they have no money.

    I don’t have a definitive answer to your question.

    America has its inherent problems, some of these difficulties are self-inflicted while others are no doubt coerced.

    A part of America’s spirit is a beautiful free-wheeling disposition.

    But somewhere deep in her soul, there’s a foolish notion of invincibility.

    This may be true for all of humanity, I really don’t know.

    But here, it’s definitely a combination that leads some to trouble.

    Fuck the “government,” as it could do a much better job addressing these hard-drug issues along with so many other dark issues, but then that wouldn’t be in its self-interest.

    I do love this country and all of its dopey diverse people, so it does hurt watching her go down.

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  • @Corvinus
    "It is unlikely that these pre-teens or teenagers have a minimal understanding of gun control, the Second Amendment, what due process means in this debate, the legal options schools have in protecting students, the relationship between mental illnesses and criminality, among other critical, inescapable gun-violence related issues."

    Actually, it is quite likely that these adolescents, a number of them white, have a clear comprehension of the issues of their own volition.

    ” … these adolescents, a number of them white, have a clear comprehension of the issues of their own volition.”

    No they don’t. Kids can be smart, but not wise. Adults seeking wisdom from kids are intellectually lazy. The infantilization of our culture continues.

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  • Anonymous[277] • Disclaimer says:
    @gwynedd1
    I have a simple rule. I consider that all political movements that use children as hood ornaments are hiding great evil in the trunk that is the real agenda.

    That includes the babies? The voting class universally believes they have the right to murder babies and villages to defeat “terrorism,” never once thinking the same word might better apply to them. The author admits the reconstructionists rape the volition out of their own children, but these folks typically believe it’s ok to shoot, stone or burn people for a whole lot of reasons.

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  • I have a simple rule. I consider that all political movements that use children as hood ornaments are hiding great evil in the trunk that is the real agenda.

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    That includes the babies? The voting class universally believes they have the right to murder babies and villages to defeat "terrorism," never once thinking the same word might better apply to them. The author admits the reconstructionists rape the volition out of their own children, but these folks typically believe it's ok to shoot, stone or burn people for a whole lot of reasons.
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  • Th reality is that children in the US as a whole are safe from gun violence. It is a non factor for nearly every child in very school. I think the author is correct when he contends that these students are being used.

    But there’s a reason for that. Our educational system is the farm by which we produce our future generations. And that farm is being cultivated by liberals and democrats and intimidated others. I don’t think Pres Trump is anywhere close to being as maladjusted as is touted by his enemies or those in the party he represents. But for the last twenty years, they have been nothing but negatives about the GOP, conservatives and Christianity. I don’t think it would have mattered which GOP member would have won the WH, the vitriol would have been the same.

    How silly it was for conservatives and Republicans to have spent thirty years bastardizing the educational system instead of flooding its fields with conservative thinkers to balance or minimize the waves to come.

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    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Wealthy, educated men and women have deliberately curtailed educational opportunities . They come in two flavors to confuse you. The ideological handmaidens of the Christian Reich are easy to see, they want total war against reason so they have their own Universities for the aspiring American Taliban. The neoliberals poke fun at the hicks but they too believe in imperialism just like their friends on the more obvious right. Both love the guns issue and write all about it.

    Most of the country is worried about paying their bills or whether they'll get fired from their jobs - better to keep them preoccupied with guns.

    Here's where an alternative education would help the country immensely. I don't hold out much hope for social media. That's already a bought and sold cesspool of propaganda and intelligence gathering by the previously described elite assholes.
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  • @Anonymous
    If guns were any real threat they would have been outlawed.

    Can we also outlaw fighter jets, tanks and nuclear submarines ?

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    The voters voted so only the police should be allowed to be an army with military equipment. If that doesn't work the more real military can be rolled out.

    Nothing quite says freedom like heavily armed cops in armor with shields and military weapons driving tanks by a camp of homeless people.
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  • @wayfarer

    In my opinion drugs are not the problem, it is the people using them, without being able to handle them. The big question is ‘why does the USA have so many citizens unable to handle drugs?
     
    I witnessed the illicit drug trade as a seaman aboard a USCGC, boarding and searching pirate ships in the Eastern Pacific Ocean off the U.S. and Mexican coasts. At the time my conclusion was that dark elements within the U.S. government had a vested interest in facilitating this trade, as we were often ordered to stand down or back off. This was the same time period in which LAPD narcotics detective Mike Ruppert was experiencing a similar phenomenon.

    Over a forty year period, I witnessed communities within Los Angeles and San Diego, routinely being saturated with heroin, cocaine, meth, ecstasy, etc. Continually the surplus would be so large, that street prices became dirt cheap. One generation of American kids after another, got strung out on these poisons, and for many it became a way of life.

    Deaths, overdoses, suicides, squandered life savings, broken homes and families, irreversible health effects, a steady increase in crimes – you name it, they all became commonplace and eventually epidemic.

    “U.S. Coast Guard offloads 36,000 lbs. of cocaine seized in Pacific Ocean”
    source: http://fox5sandiego.com/2018/03/20/coast-guard-to-offload-36000-lbs-of-contraband-seized-from-eastern-pacific-ocean/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeU2tDRTlMM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UT5MY3C86bk

    Even if drugs are abundant and cheap, why are people unable to handle them ?
    Writing this what comes to mind is Midsummer Day in Sweden, a day of festivities.
    I was flabbergasted to see youngsters already quite drunk, flask in hand, before noon.
    This in a rich country, at the time, seventies, completely white, with a long history of combating alcohol misuse.

    Finns are no better, as I saw on a camping near Riga, the capital of Letland, early this century, so drunk before two in the afternoon that they’d gone to bed, leaving a table full of empty bottles in full sight for anyone passing.

    The British introduced opium in China, from India, to pay for their tea, against what the Chinese government wanted, therefore the opium wars.
    But, in what was called opium kits, a kind of opium bar, people that could not handle the drug were despised.

    Countries like Sweden and Finnland, despite high, and, in Sweden, very expensive, alcohol consumption never had or have alcohol deaths in great numbers, as far as I know.
    Alas here in the Netherlands hospitals complain about the number of always young lives they have to save, having drunk far too much.
    There is talk of charging them the costs, alas most of the time they have no money.

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    I don't have a definitive answer to your question.

    America has its inherent problems, some of these difficulties are self-inflicted while others are no doubt coerced.

    A part of America's spirit is a beautiful free-wheeling disposition.

    But somewhere deep in her soul, there's a foolish notion of invincibility.

    This may be true for all of humanity, I really don't know.

    But here, it's definitely a combination that leads some to trouble.

    Fuck the “government,” as it could do a much better job addressing these hard-drug issues along with so many other dark issues, but then that wouldn't be in its self-interest.

    I do love this country and all of its dopey diverse people, so it does hurt watching her go down.

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  • Anonymous[410] • Disclaimer says:
    @Greg Bacon
    Americans are under attack by a group that is wanting to take away our guns and freedom of speech. The entire Parkland massacre was--and still is--a slickly coordinated psyop to get Americans to give up their guns. Even though it was proven to be a LIE, the ADL immediately jumped on the shooting, claiming the alleged shooter, Cruz, was a white nationalist, except that Cruz has a Jewish mother, making him Kosher certified.

    At the same time, Israeli lackeys in Congress are close to passing the anti-BDS bill which will make VERBOTEN any criticism of Israel, with huge fines and jail time for merely expressing an opinion about that Apartheid nightmare.

    Since Cruz's gun jammed, who did all the killing at Parkland?

    Parkland Shooting Suspect Nikolas Cruz’s Gun Reportedly Jammed With 150 Ammo Rounds Left, Official Says

    http://www.newsweek.com/nikolas-cruz-guns-assault-rifles-parkland-florida-823091


    Mossad-Chabad-Deep State Behind "Operation Parkland

    "Far from being a victim, David Hogg was one of the forward observers of the joint Israeli-CIA death squad sent to Parkland, ensuring that sufficient numbers of his classmates were killed. "The Jewish-born Cruz was likely recruited by the Shomrim secret society to be a patsy for the commando raid and was brainwashed at Chabad House.

    https://www.henrymakow.com/2018/02/Mossad-Chabad-Deep-State%20.html
     

    CONFIRMED: Broward County deputies were *ORDERED* to stand down… then all radio communications were cut off while the shooting continued

    http://investmentwatchblog.com/bombshell-confirmed-broward-county-deputies-were-ordered-to-stand-down-then-all-radio-communications-were-cut-off-while-the-shooting-continued/
    Shouldn't the kids be talking about why FOUR Broward County cops were hiding outside the school when the kids inside were getting slaughtered?

    At the same time, Israeli lackeys in Congress are close to passing the anti-BDS bill which will make VERBOTEN any criticism of Israel, with huge fines and jail time for merely expressing an opinion

    Yet more comment section mythology that can be falsified with two seconds of Google searching. But nobody seems to have two seconds.

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    Anon, since you're browser is apparently broken, here's the anti-BDS bill that is close to passing.

    Time to break out that bottle of Manischewitz wine and start singing "Hava Nagila!"

    Israel anti-boycott bill inches closer to passing Senate after revisions

    https://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2018/03/israel-anti-boycott-bill-closer-passing-senate-revisions.html
     
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  • The familiar merchants of death argument “teaching” kids that guns, not people, kill people.

    This is just semantics.

    People with guns use guns to kill people without guns.

    People with guns use guns to kill other people with guns.

    People with guns use guns to kill themselves with guns in large numbers. Sometimes they kill other people with guns and then they kill themselves with guns.

    Does this make it clearer for you?

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  • This was a promising headline, but the article falls flat.

    To be sure, the US is not the Central African Republic where armed boys really kill civilians,

    That is exactly what has happened in these school shootings. They were boys, they were armed, they killed, the people they killed were civilians. So the US IS like the Central African Republic, only with less Africans.

    I also think you should consider the Second Amendment in the light of Federalist Paper #29, which makes it pretty clear that the Second Amendment is as obsolete as the question of whether a slave was equal to 1/3 or 2/3 of a person, and has nothing to do with personal ownership of non-militia weapons, which should be regulated by the states.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federalist_No._29

    A generation of children is growing up who have been subjected to regular school “crazy shooter” drills. ( I have children in Florida schools). Each year another generation of these children will graduate and each year they will become more numerous and more of a political force.

    The current generation of Supreme Court justices who were born around the time of the Civil War will soon die off and be replaced by people more in touch with reality.

    If my kids and/or their teachers wanted to participate in demonstrations on gun laws, I would have no objection if that is what they wanted to do.

    I don’t think most of these kids want to repeal the Second Amendment, for what it is worth, because the Second Amendment is an obsolete fossil relating to a time when there was no standing army or police force. You can keep your Second Amendment. What is needed are sensible laws regarding who is allowed to buy guns and ammunition, and the type of guns and ammunition they can buy.

    OF COURSE these kids get support from adults who want gun reform. That is how our country works. A teenager is currently suing the State of Florida for restricting his right to buy a rifle. Do you seriously think a teenager is suing the State of Florida on his own without help from adults?

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    "What is needed are sensible laws regarding who is allowed to buy guns and ammunition, and the type of guns and ammunition they can buy."

    Why? Who are you to say what someone else can or can't have?
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  • @WHAT
    Gen. Zyklon is very much aware, /pol/, TRS, Anglin and company made sure of it. Let leftists gather and screech all they want, it will be easier to cull that way too.

    Right wing generation Z is like Prestor John for the 21st century: they’ll come rescue us but they don’t actually exist.

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    Prescient and hilarious comment. I've seen this "Generation Zyklon" right wing groundswell "meme" recently and my knee jerk reaction has been, "I'll believe it when I see it." The evidence as I'm able to interpret it points to the contrary. The Prestor John allusion is the perfect analogy. Still chuckling.
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  • The Zionists are behind the gun control agenda and the push has been ramped up via having school kids protesting guns and if and when the Zionists get America disarmed we patriots will be put into concentration camps and purged from society.

    The school shooting in Florida was a false flag by the deep state and nothing about this school shooting happened as stated by the so called authorities and Nicholas Cruz was a patsy as proven by one student Alexa Miednik who said she was walking down the hall with Cruz while the shooting was taking place !!!

    The whole deal is a lie from start to finish, and if anyone does some research on this school shooting they will realize it was a false flag.

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    Another great article.

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  • Someone who is standing with his back to a large glass window while talking about armed insurrection is not the guy to lead that insurrection.

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  • Anonymous[273] • Disclaimer says:
    @CCZ
    Very interesting that a Democratic member of the House of Representatives (from New York) suggested that civilians possessing and using weapons to resist government tyranny, an interpretation of the 2nd Amendment derided by liberals as insanity when expressed by gun-rights advocates, might be necessary to resist the tyranny of Trump.

    Roll Call reports that Representative Tom Suozzi talked of putting pressure on Trump, saying, “This is where the Second Amendment comes in, quite frankly. Because you know, what if the president was to ignore the courts? What would you do? What would we do?”

    An audience member responded by asking the essence of the Second Amendment and Suozzi said, “The Second Amendment is the right to bear arms. That's why we have it. That's why we have it." (33 seconds into video)

    The Suozzi campaign responded to criticism by rejecting claims that he was suggesting “armed insurrection.” At the same time, they forwarded a statement from Thomas Jefferson, which said, “What country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance. Let them take arms.”

    So, he endorses the concept of an armed citizenry as a defense against tyranny, but only because he would use it against a president that he opposes.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ie5U3nM3FU

    If guns were any real threat they would have been outlawed.

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  • The poor French, too bad they can’t have guns, “ISIS” just got them again.

    and this isn’t a “childrens crusade”, the kids and their parents are just dupes, theres big money and organization behind this, I suspect the same goons that are behind all of the made for tv fake outrage protests.

    I still say the shootings are false flags, psyops, whatever you want to call it. People die, but the ones doing the shooting is in doubt. Most likely CIA, Mossad, “deep state”, the ones who would like to kill us. Same ones that did 9/11, Las Vegas, Lavon affrair, USS Liberty, yeah they need to find some new hobbies, this crap is getting old…….

    Please refer to US Constitution kids. Its non-negotiable. Go protest the police who stood outside picking their nose or the FBI who totally ignored you, as always.

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  • @MAWA
    Please STFU with your overfetishised free speech.

    Err, to whom you address your commemt is not at all clear, certainly not moi.

    Why do you hate free speech so much?

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  • @jilles dykstra
    In my opinion drugs are not the problem, it is the people using them, without being able to handle them.
    The big question is 'why does the USA have so many citizens unable to handle drugs ?'.
    The Netherlands is a small country, and I'm too lazy to calculate, find the data, but I suppose that relatively we have far less overdose cases.
    Addicts are helped with methadon, etc.

    In my opinion drugs are not the problem, it is the people using them, without being able to handle them. The big question is ‘why does the USA have so many citizens unable to handle drugs?

    I witnessed the illicit drug trade as a seaman aboard a USCGC, boarding and searching pirate ships in the Eastern Pacific Ocean off the U.S. and Mexican coasts. At the time my conclusion was that dark elements within the U.S. government had a vested interest in facilitating this trade, as we were often ordered to stand down or back off. This was the same time period in which LAPD narcotics detective Mike Ruppert was experiencing a similar phenomenon.

    Over a forty year period, I witnessed communities within Los Angeles and San Diego, routinely being saturated with heroin, cocaine, meth, ecstasy, etc. Continually the surplus would be so large, that street prices became dirt cheap. One generation of American kids after another, got strung out on these poisons, and for many it became a way of life.

    Deaths, overdoses, suicides, squandered life savings, broken homes and families, irreversible health effects, a steady increase in crimes – you name it, they all became commonplace and eventually epidemic.

    “U.S. Coast Guard offloads 36,000 lbs. of cocaine seized in Pacific Ocean”
    source: http://fox5sandiego.com/2018/03/20/coast-guard-to-offload-36000-lbs-of-contraband-seized-from-eastern-pacific-ocean/

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    Even if drugs are abundant and cheap, why are people unable to handle them ?
    Writing this what comes to mind is Midsummer Day in Sweden, a day of festivities.
    I was flabbergasted to see youngsters already quite drunk, flask in hand, before noon.
    This in a rich country, at the time, seventies, completely white, with a long history of combating alcohol misuse.

    Finns are no better, as I saw on a camping near Riga, the capital of Letland, early this century, so drunk before two in the afternoon that they'd gone to bed, leaving a table full of empty bottles in full sight for anyone passing.

    The British introduced opium in China, from India, to pay for their tea, against what the Chinese government wanted, therefore the opium wars.
    But, in what was called opium kits, a kind of opium bar, people that could not handle the drug were despised.

    Countries like Sweden and Finnland, despite high, and, in Sweden, very expensive, alcohol consumption never had or have alcohol deaths in great numbers, as far as I know.
    Alas here in the Netherlands hospitals complain about the number of always young lives they have to save, having drunk far too much.
    There is talk of charging them the costs, alas most of the time they have no money.
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  • Anonymous[273] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous
    This column is afflicted with Mr. Weissberg's typical typos, but much better than his recent run of whack-a-blackery. Acknowledging the exploitation of children by abortion opponents indicates that he is sincere and principled about the topic.

    But why the clumsy, needless focus on "many black and Hispanic students" near the end? This isn't only off-putting to so-called "normies," but something that makes the sentence less true. Here, try it this way:

    "Moreover, many students need all the classroom [time] they can get without achieving their fifteen seconds of TV fame to advance some celebrity-endorsed trendy causes."

    I guess it wouldn't be a Weissberg column without a kibble for those who enjoy being reassured that they're racially superior. Or maybe he's troling.

    Trolls need to be fed. A good columnist brings the comments section to life by using logical fallacy. He’s failed to equate dissent with pedophilia or underage sexual exploitation but he’ll keep trying. lolz

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  • @utu
    Americans do not need that many weapons. One pistol or revolver and max two hunting guns with license should be enough. Nobody needs semi automatic rifles. And pls do not bring up the 2nd amendment or whatever on this over fetishized piece of paper. It so low class.

    Very interesting that a Democratic member of the House of Representatives (from New York) suggested that civilians possessing and using weapons to resist government tyranny, an interpretation of the 2nd Amendment derided by liberals as insanity when expressed by gun-rights advocates, might be necessary to resist the tyranny of Trump.

    Roll Call reports that Representative Tom Suozzi talked of putting pressure on Trump, saying, “This is where the Second Amendment comes in, quite frankly. Because you know, what if the president was to ignore the courts? What would you do? What would we do?”

    An audience member responded by asking the essence of the Second Amendment and Suozzi said, “The Second Amendment is the right to bear arms. That’s why we have it. That’s why we have it.” (33 seconds into video)

    The Suozzi campaign responded to criticism by rejecting claims that he was suggesting “armed insurrection.” At the same time, they forwarded a statement from Thomas Jefferson, which said, “What country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance. Let them take arms.”

    So, he endorses the concept of an armed citizenry as a defense against tyranny, but only because he would use it against a president that he opposes.

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  • anonymous[397] • Disclaimer says:

    I don’t have kids, but I do know that I would never subject my kid to this sort of thing. What are these parents thinking? The answer is that they are thinking solely about themselves, with no consideration towards the effect it could have on their offspring. The word “irresponsible” comes to mind.

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  • “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.

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  • When all is said and done, a reasonable case can be made for government and school policies, to curtail the political exploitation of children.

    Not exactly.

    When all is said and done, a reasonable case can be made for curtailing the political victimization of children by government.

    The US government as an agent of the MIC is the most foul exploiter and victimizer of children on the planet, and people would be well advised to keep their children free of its influences.

    Also, so called “adults” in this country, brainwashed as they’ve long been, have no better clue than children do about why they’re fighting.

    [Big]Wealth saw to it that the conditions would be created that would make it practically impossible for us to keep out of the war …

    It was the demand of wealth that we should prepare a great Navy and a great Army in order to enforce the existing political and economic system not only upon ourselves, but upon all the world — present and future.

    -Charles A. Lindbebgh, Why is your country at war and what happens to you after the war, and related subjects,”p32 (1917)

    https://archive.org/stream/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog/whyisyourcountr00lindgoog_djvu.txt

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  • Please STFU with your overfetishised free speech.

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    Err, to whom you address your commemt is not at all clear, certainly not moi.

    Why do you hate free speech so much?
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  • Americans are under attack by a group that is wanting to take away our guns and freedom of speech. The entire Parkland massacre was–and still is–a slickly coordinated psyop to get Americans to give up their guns. Even though it was proven to be a LIE, the ADL immediately jumped on the shooting, claiming the alleged shooter, Cruz, was a white nationalist, except that Cruz has a Jewish mother, making him Kosher certified.

    At the same time, Israeli lackeys in Congress are close to passing the anti-BDS bill which will make VERBOTEN any criticism of Israel, with huge fines and jail time for merely expressing an opinion about that Apartheid nightmare.

    Since Cruz’s gun jammed, who did all the killing at Parkland?

    Parkland Shooting Suspect Nikolas Cruz’s Gun Reportedly Jammed With 150 Ammo Rounds Left, Official Says

    http://www.newsweek.com/nikolas-cruz-guns-assault-rifles-parkland-florida-823091

    Mossad-Chabad-Deep State Behind “Operation Parkland

    “Far from being a victim, David Hogg was one of the forward observers of the joint Israeli-CIA death squad sent to Parkland, ensuring that sufficient numbers of his classmates were killed. “The Jewish-born Cruz was likely recruited by the Shomrim secret society to be a patsy for the commando raid and was brainwashed at Chabad House.

    https://www.henrymakow.com/2018/02/Mossad-Chabad-Deep-State%20.html

    CONFIRMED: Broward County deputies were *ORDERED* to stand down… then all radio communications were cut off while the shooting continued

    http://investmentwatchblog.com/bombshell-confirmed-broward-county-deputies-were-ordered-to-stand-down-then-all-radio-communications-were-cut-off-while-the-shooting-continued/

    Shouldn’t the kids be talking about why FOUR Broward County cops were hiding outside the school when the kids inside were getting slaughtered?

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    At the same time, Israeli lackeys in Congress are close to passing the anti-BDS bill which will make VERBOTEN any criticism of Israel, with huge fines and jail time for merely expressing an opinion
     
    Yet more comment section mythology that can be falsified with two seconds of Google searching. But nobody seems to have two seconds.
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  • Those Fla kids are dead because a corrupt political hack sheriff Scott Israel and an Obama clone Supt of Schools Runcie (who just received a massive salaty and bonus increase) refused to address the warning signals the shooter displayed.

    Israel always boasts about falling crime rates. Easy to do when you stop arresting criminals

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  • Americans do not need that many weapons. One pistol or revolver and max two hunting guns with license should be enough. Nobody needs semi automatic rifles. And pls do not bring up the 2nd amendment or whatever on this over fetishized piece of paper. It so low class.

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    Very interesting that a Democratic member of the House of Representatives (from New York) suggested that civilians possessing and using weapons to resist government tyranny, an interpretation of the 2nd Amendment derided by liberals as insanity when expressed by gun-rights advocates, might be necessary to resist the tyranny of Trump.

    Roll Call reports that Representative Tom Suozzi talked of putting pressure on Trump, saying, “This is where the Second Amendment comes in, quite frankly. Because you know, what if the president was to ignore the courts? What would you do? What would we do?”

    An audience member responded by asking the essence of the Second Amendment and Suozzi said, “The Second Amendment is the right to bear arms. That's why we have it. That's why we have it." (33 seconds into video)

    The Suozzi campaign responded to criticism by rejecting claims that he was suggesting “armed insurrection.” At the same time, they forwarded a statement from Thomas Jefferson, which said, “What country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance. Let them take arms.”

    So, he endorses the concept of an armed citizenry as a defense against tyranny, but only because he would use it against a president that he opposes.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ie5U3nM3FU

    , @thor47
    Please stop embarrassing yourself with the " Americans do not need " foolishness. No one needs two pairs of shoes. No one needs two pairs of jeans, or two shirts. No one needs two Picasso paintings or two Rolex watches. In fact, no one needs a Rolex watch at all. I have a Timex which keeps perfectly good time, and has for seven years now, without a battery change. What I spend my legally earned money on that is legally available is none of your business.
    , @Liljoe
    Yeah? Why don't you come by and take mine...
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  • Some leftist wag tried to start a “Children’s Crusade” meme on Twitter … it stopped very quickly when it was pointed out that the original Children’s Crusade was believed to have ended with the Children being sold into slavery by the ostensibly friendly Italians before the crusade could even reach the Holy land.

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  • @wayfarer
    Too bad these naive children aren't speaking out against war, or even America's soaring drug overdose death rates.

    source: https://www.drugabuse.gov/related-topics/trends-statistics/overdose-death-rates

    https://d14rmgtrwzf5a.cloudfront.net/sites/default/files/overdosedeaths1.jpg

    In my opinion drugs are not the problem, it is the people using them, without being able to handle them.
    The big question is ‘why does the USA have so many citizens unable to handle drugs ?’.
    The Netherlands is a small country, and I’m too lazy to calculate, find the data, but I suppose that relatively we have far less overdose cases.
    Addicts are helped with methadon, etc.

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    In my opinion drugs are not the problem, it is the people using them, without being able to handle them. The big question is ‘why does the USA have so many citizens unable to handle drugs?
     
    I witnessed the illicit drug trade as a seaman aboard a USCGC, boarding and searching pirate ships in the Eastern Pacific Ocean off the U.S. and Mexican coasts. At the time my conclusion was that dark elements within the U.S. government had a vested interest in facilitating this trade, as we were often ordered to stand down or back off. This was the same time period in which LAPD narcotics detective Mike Ruppert was experiencing a similar phenomenon.

    Over a forty year period, I witnessed communities within Los Angeles and San Diego, routinely being saturated with heroin, cocaine, meth, ecstasy, etc. Continually the surplus would be so large, that street prices became dirt cheap. One generation of American kids after another, got strung out on these poisons, and for many it became a way of life.

    Deaths, overdoses, suicides, squandered life savings, broken homes and families, irreversible health effects, a steady increase in crimes – you name it, they all became commonplace and eventually epidemic.

    “U.S. Coast Guard offloads 36,000 lbs. of cocaine seized in Pacific Ocean”
    source: http://fox5sandiego.com/2018/03/20/coast-guard-to-offload-36000-lbs-of-contraband-seized-from-eastern-pacific-ocean/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeU2tDRTlMM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UT5MY3C86bk
    , @t-gordon
    I'm just guessing here, I'm too lazy to calculate, but I'm positing the assumption that you may have less Despair in the Netherlands. In a nutshell, it's Despair! These American overdoses are not rock stars. The spiritual evisceration of Middle America in one word, Despair!
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  • My estimate is that the USA has more firearms among citizens than there are citizens.
    Then there is the culture of owning firearms, even in the Constitution.
    Large parts of the USA are suitable for hunting.
    Many USA citizens do not trust the government.
    So I wonder how to solve an obvious problem.

    School and other shooting also occur in the Netherlands and Germany, shooting not by ‘terrorists’.
    This despite strict gun laws.
    Terrorist shootings invariably are done with Kalashnikovs, easily transported from the former Yougoslav area.
    Journalists had little trouble buying one in Brussels for € 150.

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  • @Corvinus
    "It is unlikely that these pre-teens or teenagers have a minimal understanding of gun control, the Second Amendment, what due process means in this debate, the legal options schools have in protecting students, the relationship between mental illnesses and criminality, among other critical, inescapable gun-violence related issues."

    Actually, it is quite likely that these adolescents, a number of them white, have a clear comprehension of the issues of their own volition.

    Gen. Zyklon is very much aware, /pol/, TRS, Anglin and company made sure of it. Let leftists gather and screech all they want, it will be easier to cull that way too.

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    Right wing generation Z is like Prestor John for the 21st century: they’ll come rescue us but they don’t actually exist.
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  • @Corvinus
    "This is a well organized effort, evidently based in Encino, CA, which is cynically exploiting people’s sympathies for children in order to push an agenda."

    Code for "I can't give credit where credit is due. There a number of teenagers--white, black, Hispanic, Asian--from the SJW to the Alt Right crowd, from "normies" and from the "fringes" who today are hooked into the issues of our nation."

    The Gabby Gifford anti-gun organization also appears to be sponsoring, coordinating, facilitating, and supplying logistical support for the “childrens’ crusade” as in the below video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2M0FWh2tOwg&feature=youtu.be

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  • Too bad these naive children aren’t speaking out against war, or even America’s soaring drug overdose death rates.

    source: https://www.drugabuse.gov/related-topics/trends-statistics/overdose-death-rates

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    In my opinion drugs are not the problem, it is the people using them, without being able to handle them.
    The big question is 'why does the USA have so many citizens unable to handle drugs ?'.
    The Netherlands is a small country, and I'm too lazy to calculate, find the data, but I suppose that relatively we have far less overdose cases.
    Addicts are helped with methadon, etc.
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  • If they want to not be allowed owning arms, how do their views matter?

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  • If people under 21 are not mature and responsible enough to own a gun then they are also not mature and responsible enough to dictate policy on such important matters.

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  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Brilliant column, but the proposed countermeasures do not go far enough. Identifying the ringleaders is definitely possible in the internet age. As for punishing them, 6 months in the cooler would have a salutary deterrent effect, with the additional bonus of creating a few ‘martyrs’ for the left to squeal about and alienate everyone else.

    By the time the protesting and squealing is done with, even the dimmer bulbs in education will have figured out that these stunts are not a good idea.

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  • Do these youngsters really grasp what they are fighting for? Are they sufficiently mature to make quick life or death choices during combat?

    Laughable. Due to the fact that youth below the age of 21 have not yet developed a sense of self preservation explains why all militaries, including the US, target them as recruits.

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  • @Corvinus
    "This is a well organized effort, evidently based in Encino, CA, which is cynically exploiting people’s sympathies for children in order to push an agenda."

    Code for "I can't give credit where credit is due. There a number of teenagers--white, black, Hispanic, Asian--from the SJW to the Alt Right crowd, from "normies" and from the "fringes" who today are hooked into the issues of our nation."

    #sad

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  • Do public school students still read The Scarlet Letter?

    Shouldn’t the issues Hawthorne explored — adultery, promiscuity-irresponsible sex, the shame of adultery, the impact of reckless sex on the child of an adulterous union, the difficulty of raising a child in a fractured family, irresponsible parents, vindictive parents, vindictive surrounding culture, — be far more important and to the point re Nikolas Cruz’s behavior, its causes and consequences, than the gun he used?

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    So, Solon, have you read Scarlet Letter lately? Hawthorne was profoundly conservative. Ann Hutchinson was some kind of real life model for Hester Prynne. Ann got into trouble for her views and was banned...something to do with Grace as opposed to Works.

    Hester Prynne clearly is graced, both in my view and in Hawthorne's. Of note is that Hester did works as well as enjoying grace. Everybody ultimately came round to admiring her. As for her child, she was remarkable. I wanted more...tell me about this wonderful child. No such luck.

    So in plain speech, you are way off base here. Hester was no inner-city idiot or her child a juvenile delinquent.
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  • @turtle
    https://marchforourlives.com/faq/

    This movement is for kids and by kids. March For Our Lives organizers are the kids themselves.
     
    Sure.

    If you believe this:
    https://everytown.org/documents/2018/03/march-for-our-lives-toolkit.pdf
    was written by "kids," I have several bridges you might like to purchase.

    This is a well organized effort, evidently based in Encino, CA, which is cynically exploiting people's sympathies for children in order to push an agenda.

    I have no doubt that what they describe as "comprehensive gun safety legislation" will be more like "comprehensive firearm prohibition and confiscation."

    “This is a well organized effort, evidently based in Encino, CA, which is cynically exploiting people’s sympathies for children in order to push an agenda.”

    Code for “I can’t give credit where credit is due. There a number of teenagers–white, black, Hispanic, Asian–from the SJW to the Alt Right crowd, from “normies” and from the “fringes” who today are hooked into the issues of our nation.”

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    #sad
    , @CCZ
    The Gabby Gifford anti-gun organization also appears to be sponsoring, coordinating, facilitating, and supplying logistical support for the "childrens' crusade" as in the below video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2M0FWh2tOwg&feature=youtu.be

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  • “It is unlikely that these pre-teens or teenagers have a minimal understanding of gun control, the Second Amendment, what due process means in this debate, the legal options schools have in protecting students, the relationship between mental illnesses and criminality, among other critical, inescapable gun-violence related issues.”

    Actually, it is quite likely that these adolescents, a number of them white, have a clear comprehension of the issues of their own volition.

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    Gen. Zyklon is very much aware, /pol/, TRS, Anglin and company made sure of it. Let leftists gather and screech all they want, it will be easier to cull that way too.
    , @SunBakedSuburb
    " ... these adolescents, a number of them white, have a clear comprehension of the issues of their own volition."

    No they don't. Kids can be smart, but not wise. Adults seeking wisdom from kids are intellectually lazy. The infantilization of our culture continues.
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  • @Backwoods Bob
    The government schools have proven to be a far too powerful tool for eroding our republic from within.

    Not only are these kids stupid, performing far below their academic potential given their raw IQ, but they are more than useless as far as productivity is concerned.

    In the 1700's or 1800's kids this age could do trades and speak like adults. They had responsibility and accountability.

    Another reason to homeschool. That does it for us. But we are outnumbered 50:1.

    “The government schools have proven to be a far too powerful tool for eroding our republic from within.”

    That’s not entirely accurate. Hundreds of thousands of white parents have faith in our public schools. Are they anti-white for making this educational decision?

    “Not only are these kids stupid, performing far below their academic potential given their raw IQ…”

    You are making a sweeping generalization here.

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    That’s not entirely accurate. Hundreds of thousands of white parents have faith in our public schools. Are they anti-white for making this educational decision?

    Corvinus is a schoolmarm and a very typical specimen of today's K-12 yeachers.
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  • anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    The whole thing was too good to be true. It’s all obviously staged and coordinated from behind the scenes. The people pulling the strings are of course adults who calculated that a children’s crusade would be great theater and photogenic for the waiting media cameras. The media was in on the scam, presenting it all as being an authentic voice of the youth. Everything nowadays is just fake, it seems. These people are just shameless.

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  • https://marchforourlives.com/faq/

    This movement is for kids and by kids. March For Our Lives organizers are the kids themselves.

    Sure.

    If you believe this:

    https://everytown.org/documents/2018/03/march-for-our-lives-toolkit.pdf

    was written by “kids,” I have several bridges you might like to purchase.

    This is a well organized effort, evidently based in Encino, CA, which is cynically exploiting people’s sympathies for children in order to push an agenda.

    I have no doubt that what they describe as “comprehensive gun safety legislation” will be more like “comprehensive firearm prohibition and confiscation.”

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    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "This is a well organized effort, evidently based in Encino, CA, which is cynically exploiting people’s sympathies for children in order to push an agenda."

    Code for "I can't give credit where credit is due. There a number of teenagers--white, black, Hispanic, Asian--from the SJW to the Alt Right crowd, from "normies" and from the "fringes" who today are hooked into the issues of our nation."
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  • This children’s protest was a new low in political discourse. The schools are funded by everybody and cannot serve to push one particular controversial political viewpoint. And the children are there to learn, not posture. There is a reason why young people can’t drive, drink, vote, or marry.

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    • Replies: @VICB3
    My mom - who has a PhD in Education and run entire state school systems if anybody wants to know - predicts that there will be a huge backlash by the parents against the various School Boards and Administrators for actively aiding and abetting these (idiot) children in their narcissistic acting out.* Call it a wake-up call for anybody with a kid in a public school. Watch funding get cut and people replaced or voted out. That and an uptick in private school placements.

    But then again, very possibly the Parents are idiots as well and approve of these activities. Stupid Mothers have stupid children after all.

    Just a (wondrously disgusted) thought.

    Vicb3

    *It's been shown that it's in part indirectly funded by the DNC. Here's the document:

    http://www.investmentwatchblog.com/proof-these-kids-are-pawns-for-the-dnc-their-march-is-being-organized-by-everytown-for-gun-safety-they-are-directly-funded-by-actblue-which-is-thew-dnc/

    Assuming it's accurate, more proof the DNC has been co-opted.
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  • @WorkingClass
    Those kids in Florida are being told that the NRA killed their friends and teachers. Public schools do not educate. They only indoctrinate. Good mourning children and welcome to the coalition of the fringes. Today we will discuss the problem of whiteness.

    Good mourning children and welcome to the coalition of the fringes. Today we will discuss the problem of whiteness.

    By the way, kids? When the product of our education and psychiatry and the M&Ms of the depressed fail, may the victims Rest In Pieces, but don’t blame US.

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  • Those kids in Florida are being told that the NRA killed their friends and teachers. Public schools do not educate. They only indoctrinate. Good mourning children and welcome to the coalition of the fringes. Today we will discuss the problem of whiteness.

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    • Replies: @Jim Christian

    Good mourning children and welcome to the coalition of the fringes. Today we will discuss the problem of whiteness.
     
    By the way, kids? When the product of our education and psychiatry and the M&Ms of the depressed fail, may the victims Rest In Pieces, but don't blame US.
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  • @anonymous
    This column is afflicted with Mr. Weissberg's typical typos, but much better than his recent run of whack-a-blackery. Acknowledging the exploitation of children by abortion opponents indicates that he is sincere and principled about the topic.

    But why the clumsy, needless focus on "many black and Hispanic students" near the end? This isn't only off-putting to so-called "normies," but something that makes the sentence less true. Here, try it this way:

    "Moreover, many students need all the classroom [time] they can get without achieving their fifteen seconds of TV fame to advance some celebrity-endorsed trendy causes."

    I guess it wouldn't be a Weissberg column without a kibble for those who enjoy being reassured that they're racially superior. Or maybe he's troling.

    It’s good to slip in, wherever possible, bits of the truths that are actively and deliberately suppressed by the mainstream medias of the US sphere.

    Those who, as you advocate, fail to do so in order to achieve greater respectability become part of the problem.

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  • Useful idiots. Babble. Pretty much sums them up.

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  • anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    This column is afflicted with Mr. Weissberg’s typical typos, but much better than his recent run of whack-a-blackery. Acknowledging the exploitation of children by abortion opponents indicates that he is sincere and principled about the topic.

    But why the clumsy, needless focus on “many black and Hispanic students” near the end? This isn’t only off-putting to so-called “normies,” but something that makes the sentence less true. Here, try it this way:

    “Moreover, many students need all the classroom [time] they can get without achieving their fifteen seconds of TV fame to advance some celebrity-endorsed trendy causes.”

    I guess it wouldn’t be a Weissberg column without a kibble for those who enjoy being reassured that they’re racially superior. Or maybe he’s troling.

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    • Replies: @Randal
    It's good to slip in, wherever possible, bits of the truths that are actively and deliberately suppressed by the mainstream medias of the US sphere.

    Those who, as you advocate, fail to do so in order to achieve greater respectability become part of the problem.
    , @Anonymous
    Trolls need to be fed. A good columnist brings the comments section to life by using logical fallacy. He’s failed to equate dissent with pedophilia or underage sexual exploitation but he’ll keep trying. lolz
    , @Truth
    LOL, I was cheering for Bobby until the very end. Kind of like your mom, standing at the finish line for five hours when you make it through your first marathon. Alas, he couldn't make it through a full article without referencing blacks!
    , @Gleimhart
    Thank you for that, Hall Monitor. Your moral superiority is awesome to behold. I look forward to your next instance of virtue signaling.
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  • The government schools have proven to be a far too powerful tool for eroding our republic from within.

    Not only are these kids stupid, performing far below their academic potential given their raw IQ, but they are more than useless as far as productivity is concerned.

    In the 1700′s or 1800′s kids this age could do trades and speak like adults. They had responsibility and accountability.

    Another reason to homeschool. That does it for us. But we are outnumbered 50:1.

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    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "The government schools have proven to be a far too powerful tool for eroding our republic from within."

    That's not entirely accurate. Hundreds of thousands of white parents have faith in our public schools. Are they anti-white for making this educational decision?

    "Not only are these kids stupid, performing far below their academic potential given their raw IQ..."

    You are making a sweeping generalization here.
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  • 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...
  • Many people claim, with some justification, that the incomplete brain development of people below their early twenties should lead to more leniency in their sentencing for crimes. These same people seem to believe that 15 and 16-year-olds have immense wisdom to offer on gun policy.

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  • Modern science has long progressed beyond relying on solely on personal experience. Nevertheless, that acknowledged, at least in some instances Yogi Berra’s quip that you can see a lot by looking around still remains relevant. The role of personal experience is particularly relevant to two contemporary scientific theories. The first is global warming, specifically the...
  • @Jus' Sayin'...
    Let's go over the same ground for the millionth time. I've worked a bit with non-linear system dynamics models. I also know a bit of geological and physical science. So I'm going to point out a few things that should cause distrust of the current orthodoxy regarding climate change:

    (1) Non-linear system dynamics models are notoriously unstable. A change of .00001% in a model parameter or input data can cause 1,000s of percent changes in outputs/predictions. (This is the so-called "butterfly effect" which contrary to popular belief is not a description of an oddity of nature but rather of the dangers implicit in building overly simple models of nature.) I've yet to see a rigorous sensitivity analysis of any of the models predicting anthropogenic global warming. And many of the parameters in these models are at best guestimates. We still really don't understand, e.g., all the details of the carbon cycle very well nor whether water vapor - a very potent green house gas - exerts a positive or negative feedback on global warming. If you doubt this, look at all the "modifications" to these models that have been made over the years to explain why things have not been happening as the modelers confidently predicted they would.

    (2) Factors that are totally exogenous to the models currently in use have tens of orders of magnitude more affect on global climate than do all endogenous factors currently considered in the model taken together. The most important of these exogenous factors is solar radiation output. In fact the more reasonable modelers are now admitting that their models have done a terrible job predicting and explaining climate phenomena over the past several decades and are blaming this on changes in solar output. We don't really understand fluctuations in this output. Until we do, predicting climate changes is a fatuous exercise of hubris. A second factor almost as important - just for example, it determines all seasonal variations in global climate that we experience annually -- is the inclination of the earth's axis of rotation to the ecliptic. Almost all geologists and students of very long-term past climate change, e.g., ice ages and the glaciations that characterize them, now believe that such climate changes are driven by the Malenkovitch (pardon my spelling) cycles, i.e., semi-regular, periodic, and very long-term by human standrds, precessions of the earth's axis of rotation.

    (3) Very few persons who natter on about this subject realize that we are actually in the midst of the latest ice age and one, based on past experience, that is likely to last for another several million years. Ice ages, like the one we are currently experiencing, are characterized by glaciations - rapid spread of glaciers across much of the earth's land surface, accompanied by drastic declines in sea levels. The glaciers from the last glaciation began receding about fifteen thousand years ago. We are about due for another glaciation. No one pretends to be able to explain the causes of these glaciations or when another might begin. Their onset appears to be very sudden. It is not outside the bounds of past experience that NYC could be buried under several thousand feet of ice within a few centuries. Of more immediate concern is that the sun appears to be going through a cycle that causes damaging global cooling. Past instances have been the Maunder Minimum and the so-called "Little Ice Age". the effects of these on humans were devastating. I'm far more afraid of global cooling from forces outside human control than I am of potential global warming caused by the extremely puny impacts of humans on global climate. And by the way, most of the all too likely catastrophic events beyond human control that may affect global climate, e.g., volcano eruptions and meteor impacts, will lower not raise average global temperatures.

    (4) Finally, implicit in the foregoing argument is the fact that global warming is much better for humans than global cooling. The earth appears to have been much warmer on average than now -- almost warmer than even the more dramatic predictions of climate doomsday alarmists -- just a millenium or so ago. This was the period called the medieval climactic optimum. As the name suggests this period of exceptional warmth was highly beneficial, not destructive, to humans and human civilization. Agriculture flourished, wheat could be grown in Greenland, viniculture flourished in England and grapes grew wild in Labrador and Newfoundland. Wide swathes of taiga and tundra were accessible to human development. This period was brought to an end by a prolonged period of cooling interspersed with deep depressions in temperature, i.e., the Maunder Minimum and Little Ice Age mentioned previously. In fact, it is entirely possible that all the two-century rise in average global temperature the earth has just experienced, and which began well before anthropogenic emissions of green house gases into the atmosphere, may just be a natural rebound from unusually low temperatures during the most recent inter-glacial period of the current ice age.

    To conclude: (1) the models predicting AGW are not terribly trustworthy; (2) they ignore extremely powerful influences beyond human control which are poorly understood; (3) even if their predictions of global warming are correct this warming is likely, based on past historical experience, to have an overall beneficial effect on humanity; and (4) climate change is poorly understood and we probably face as great a likelihood of catastrophic global cooling as of beneficial global warming.

    Climate will continue to change as it always has. Humans actually exercise little, if any, control over such change. To prophecy that climate change is going to happen in a certain way and that human activity can redirect this change in another predictable way requires a megalomaniacal over-reach. The best policy is spera optimo para pessimo.

    But… MSNBC told me global warming was the worst thing evah, after Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, gender-mislabeling, racism, and sexism. It’s clear we must fight terrible terrible awful nightmares, like calling a terrorist “a terrorist”, but after all of these battles are won, then its on to beating some sense into those knuckle-dragging, mouth-breathing Cis-gendered evil white men who STILL insist on using toilet paper instead of leaves.

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  • The phrase “angry white males” has been around awhile, but Donald Trump’s election has pushed it to the forefront. Indeed, at least for some, it is central to Trump’s election. As Steven M. Gillon put it in The Washington Post, “Donald Trump has tapped into this anger and manipulated it to his political advantage. The...
  • @wayfarer
    Would an angry male negroid albino, qualify for the Black Male Martyrs Brigade and/or the White Male Martyrs Brigade?

    source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Negroid

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/2f/1a/38/2f1a38c46069cb9021360035e5684cfe--black-is-beautiful-beautiful-people.jpg

    BTW, you ain't seen serious melanin anger, until you've witnessed a Yellow Martyrs Brigade.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXD4clyJJaI

    Isn’t that Detroit Pistons forward Blake Griffin?

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  • Can corporate America be forced to end its diversity obsession? Abolishing racial and ethnic preferences has proven difficult enough in higher education and government employment but stopping private businesses from “trying to look like America” seems nearly impossible given their freedom to recruit whoever they want (save, of course, hiring only white males). Are airline...
  • @Mark Presco
    What you claim is injustice is caused by the fact that for all intent and purposes only white men create jobs for anyone in this country. White men CREATE the businesses, jobs and wealth. The white male working class think that too many of these white elites are all too willing to replace them with cheaper non-white-male labor.

    White females won’t shut up about the fact that less than 5% of CEOs are women. If women had created an equal share of the businesses and jobs then they would be equally represented in management because they would be CEOs of their own companies.

    A black author asserts that less than 1% of the jobs held by blacks in this country are created by blacks. Show me one country in the entire world where blacks create enough jobs for their own.

    People of native American descent are flooding across our borders because this is where the white men are. There are now more southern natives “squatting” in the USA than there are indigenous natives. Had they tried this before white men seized control, the locals would have killed them.

    We are doomed to become minorities in our own cultures because the non-white races cannot figure out how to improve their quality of life other than elbow their way into white countries, dump themselves on white men demand that we provide them a quality of life they cannot provide themselves. If we do not do this for them to their satisfaction, they scream racism, oppression, marginalization and white male privilege.

    Quite so. Note also how we _never_ see a market attacked by an all-female or an all-black firm. If Diversity Inc is anything other than white male dilution, wouldn’t the challengers at least occasionally band together to display their bona fides?

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  • Diversity is the defacto state religion of the US. Until that fact is acknowledged and something is done to change the situation the US is headed towards oblivion. If diversity is bad for a corporation it’s doubly bad for any country. A corporation can de-diversify itself without much effort. The same can’t be said of a country.

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  • Thanks to a recent White House conference, the debate over America’s “school-to-prison pipeline” is for the umpteenth time back in the news. These pow-wows inevitably offer up a standard litany of talking points and putative remedies. First, there is the obliquitory outrage over having far too many black males in prison. Second, the entire system,...
  • @Ilyana_Rozumova
    I do think that she is mistaking me for somebody else. She is calling me for some reason Robert.
    And I am a lady YOU SILLY.

    And I am a lady YOU SILLY.

    Margaret Thatcher is quoted as saying something like:

    Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to say it, you are not.

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  • Can corporate America be forced to end its diversity obsession? Abolishing racial and ethnic preferences has proven difficult enough in higher education and government employment but stopping private businesses from “trying to look like America” seems nearly impossible given their freedom to recruit whoever they want (save, of course, hiring only white males). Are airline...
  • A Jew will only stop promoting diversity when their enclaves are threatened.

    It’s too late, the tribe started and continues to lead the diversity train – not to mention the invaluable contribution of Jewnews – and we’ll ride it right into Hampton, Harvard or Hollywood.
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  • @Wally
    Yet they support strict Israeli immigration laws which specify JEWS ONLY, while demanding massive 3rd world immigration into the US & Europe.

    Now why is that?

    The only possible conclusion would be, “to lower western IQ, but not their own” ?

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