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    If you want a classic formulation from our new Gilded Age, here it is, as described recently in the Guardian: “A head-on assault on teachers for their long summer vacations would ‘sound tone-deaf when there are dozens of videos and social media posts going viral from teachers about their second jobs [and] having to rely...
  • “Soup Kitchens”? Locally, teachers average 70,000. In Boston, it is near 100K. In the neighboring state, Rhode Island, five years after retirement, with COL raises, they make more than they did while working.

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  • America’s educational system today is like the auto-industry of the 1970′s. The products they turn out are expensive and not fit for purpose, so the “consumers” have decided to turn to cheap imports.

    Why do we even need a school system in the age of e-learning? Don’t tell me “social skills,” because there are plenty of examples of failure in that metric as well.

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  • (((Belle Chesler)))

    an artifact of the (((Reds’))) 1960′s-90′s Long March Through the Institutions. Who

    gets paid 80K/year (plus 20K in bennies), plus bloated pension

    to dumb out

    demoralize

    queer

    and

    collectivize

    innocent kids.

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  • Schools are prisons for children and teachers are gold-bricking incompetent parasites who picked child abuse for a career.

    Get bent Tom.

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  • At almost 74, of all the people in my life, it may be the teachers I remember most vividly. Mrs. Kelly, my first grade teacher (who began it all); my fourth grade teacher Miss Thomas (who, when I approached her that initial day in class and said “Hey, you,” assured me in the kindest possible...
  • “Modest salaries”
    Unadulterated hogwash, in which alternate universe does the author of this SJ/PC nonsense, reside.

    Teachers in educational wastelands such as Detroit are pulling in eighty grand per annum plus “benefits” for “working” six months, with the the obvious horrible results : Half of the students do not attend classes, or graduate, and what specifically do they impart to their students who do occasionally show up for class, in knowledge and information :
    The unfairness of America, the glory of socialism, and how the old white men are the root of all evil.

    University professors and deans are knocking down as much as 800 grand yearly, totally unearned and undeserved, for propagating the same garbage.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained uS Army Vet, and pro jazz artist.

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  • … tax cut after tax cut, there is invariably ever less funding for peripheral matters like schools…

    Bah. We’re spending more in adjusted dollars on education than we ever have in the history of the Republic. There’s plenty of funding for schools. The problem is what the schools are, then, spending it on.

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  • I’m a bit more than a few years younger than 74, and neither I nor any of my 4th grade classmates would have even thought to address any adult as “Hey you.” Rearing to give respect is a virtue.

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  • It’s been a terrible year for gun makers. The venerable Remington filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy after its sales fell 27.5% in the first nine months of Donald Trump’s presidency. (Its officials had expected a 2016 Hillary Clinton victory to ensure a burst of gun purchases.) And Remington wasn’t alone. Sales have been ragged across...
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    Wow, you don’t know anything about this domain. Remington did a prepackaged bankruptcy because in 2007 they got bought by private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management, which caused their already by then iffy quality to nosedive. In addition, they’ve almost entirely missed out on the concealed carry boom in handgun sales, only offering yet another M1911, an OK 380 mouse gun based on a design from a company they bought, and the single most disastrous introduction of a new gun from a major company in a very long time, the awful R51. Add to that multiple screwups in bolt action rifle fire control groups, going back to the 1940s, and they’re a brand most Gun Culture 2.0 gun owners avoid. So it’s no wonder the post-Trump election sales decrease made them unable to service their 950 million in debt.

    But for your general thesis, you’re confused about what precisely we fear most, government tyranny or worse. Trump wouldn’t have gotten elected without our votes, which were also critical in creating the current Republican Congressional majorities, so people were less concerned after the Las Vegas shooting, which also wasn’t flogged that much because its targets were presumptively Republicans, like the following Texas church shooting. But now that Trump and Republicans are giving us more gun control instead of any liberalizations, well, as you admit, the situation may be reversing.

    Think about a country filled with guns in numbers that should stagger the imagination, weapons that often have the power to rend flesh in ways that fit war, not the home.

    Hard to imagine you write for the Unz Review without realizing that our cold civil war is growing ever more hot, even if it hasn’t to my memory run headlines like “Republican 2016 Presidential Candidate Who Survived Assassination Attempt By Bernie Sanders Supporter Is Physically Assaulted By Angry Kentucky Democrat.” There’s every sign a real shooting war will soon be coming to our very homes, and we Gun Culture 2.0 gun owners along with plenty of 1.0 ones are preparing for this possible, maybe probable outcome. As Seymour Buhtz points out, the likes of you will just be victims if it comes to pass.

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  • I guess you could say the good news, if shit really ever hits the fan, is that clueless, reflexively anti-gun morons likes Frida Berrigan, Tom Engelhardt, and the rest of the cookie cutter Marxist fags that write for TomDispatch.com will likely be the first to get wiped out of existence, since they won’t have any actual means of defending themselves.

    Natural selection at work.

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  • The lessons of history? Who needs them? Certainly not Washington's present cast of characters, a crew in flight from history, the past, or knowledge of more or less any sort. Still, just for the hell of it, let’s take a few moments to think about what some of the lessons of the last years of...
  • Funny how the article fast forwards from January 1993 to January 2001, but maybe the author was pressed for space and left the neoliberals out of the story.

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  • I kept thinking while reading this, of the Athenian invasion of Syracuse as recounted and analysed by Thucydides. Athens was a democracy that had reduced from Solon statesmanship to Cleon buffoonery. Cleon was dead by the time of this invasion but his spirit lived on in Alcibiades. As Thucydides reported, the Athenians had no knowledge of the history and geography of Sicily and thought their huge navy would make it a cake walk. It ended in complete disaster and loss of Athenian army and soon Athens was forced to surrender to the combined armies of all of Hellas. Athens according to Plutarch was only saved from destruction by their enemies’ appreciation of the songs of Euripides, the country and western of that time

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  • Nobody I know of several ethnicities voted for Trump for racist reasons. You could say they were entirely driven by rejection of the elite’s one per cent policies, which harm most of those outside that one per cent of oligarchs. Quite a number had voted for Obama – once. That last best hope ended with no change. Therefore, in consequence, Trump became a kind of last, worst hope. So now we know that even a President elected for the first time without the Deep State’s vetting will be unable to be anything other than CEO of War, Inc.

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  • The rise and fall of empires has long been a story at the heart of history. Since the Europeans first burst out of their then-marginal region on wooden sailing ships mounted with cannons in the fifteenth century, the planet seldom has had a moment in which several imperial powers weren’t competing for supremacy. In 1945,...
  • Puhleeeeze . . . … Is there actually anyone left who’s so exceptionally uninformed that they spout AGW bullshit uncritically on a fact-based news site like Unz Review?

    My dear Mr. Engelhardt, here are a couple of sober, very fact-based descriptions by competent, non-ideological scientists of what is wrong with AGW pseudoscience:

    Hopefully they will get you to start thinking about reality-based military projections.

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  • The lessons of history? Who needs them? Certainly not Washington's present cast of characters, a crew in flight from history, the past, or knowledge of more or less any sort. Still, just for the hell of it, let’s take a few moments to think about what some of the lessons of the last years of...
  • Good article. And the dreams of empire were all so unnecessary. The USA, as John Derbyshire has said, could have the foreign policy of a large Switzerland. Ninety-nine percent of Americans would be better off if it did. But the one percent are in control.

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  • The rise and fall of empires has long been a story at the heart of history. Since the Europeans first burst out of their then-marginal region on wooden sailing ships mounted with cannons in the fifteenth century, the planet seldom has had a moment in which several imperial powers weren’t competing for supremacy. In 1945,...
  • Excellent article. Humanity is like an Ostrich, it has its head buried in sand.
    The real problems are not tackled while the always ego related agendas are
    pursued.

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  • @Silva
    Why? Because you don't believe in climate change or peak oil?

    Sure, I believe in climate change, especially as we continue on down a solar-minimum that will take the planet into the next leg down in the longer-term ice-age we are in. That 3 degrees C target will seem laughable by 2030.

    Oh, and Adiabatic-oil, baby!

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  • @a very SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle
    Oh my! Another amalgamation of festering word turds by Tom which doesn't link to the original article by a a worthy author.

    Why? Because you don’t believe in climate change or peak oil?

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    Sure, I believe in climate change, especially as we continue on down a solar-minimum that will take the planet into the next leg down in the longer-term ice-age we are in. That 3 degrees C target will seem laughable by 2030.

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  • @a very SIMPLE Pseudonymic Handle
    Oh my! Another amalgamation of festering word turds by Tom which doesn't link to the original article by a a worthy author.

    Amen, brother!

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  • Oh my! Another amalgamation of festering word turds by Tom which doesn’t link to the original article by a a worthy author.

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    Amen, brother!
    , @Silva
    Why? Because you don't believe in climate change or peak oil?
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  • His appointment was a genuine Bolton from the blue (so to speak). After all, everyone knew that former U.N. Ambassador (and Fox News commentator) John Bolton couldn’t be chosen for a major post in the Trump administration. No, not because of his outlandish views on war-making, or his responsibility for helping launch an invasion of...
  • As a former member of the Imperial Armed Forces, I can tell you it don’t take much and the desk jockies lie anyway. I assume your asking about the paperwork and procedures for medals and such.

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  • fun to read. Considering that Fox is as much responsible for the mayhem as anyone else, right along side CNN, MSBC, CNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC, WSJ, WP, NYT . . . seems a large pool.

    on a personal note:

    I am entitled to my pipe dreams . . .

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  • I do want to know and have a deep ignorance on two items. Both concern bad old USofA.
    Every fleaful dog and his sister knows that exceptionalistan has over, repeat, over 22 million war veterans. A figure which nobody can throw a stone at.
    my question for anyone informed is: what ´s the criterion or criteria for the indispensiblstan consider one as a war vet? And put him on pension payroll? Is it to ever having gone to a remote one week war, as a truck driver or a cook or back rear ready-to-run-away bully boy. Is is a minimum enough for it?
    Or is it required to be drafted or having opted to serve and actually be there? Or enough to sit down on a chair in Texas , virginia ou Lousianna with a satellite phone or beacon for a two years a while is what it minimum takes?
    Second is what has been the annual US budget 2016 and 2017 figure as a proportion of GNP?
    heartily sorry yours for ignorance shown..

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  • Someday, it may seem like history’s classic example of imperial overstretch. There was, after all, only one superpower left on this planet after the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991. It was challenged by... well, next to no one. Or rather by a single jihadist, his modest set of followers, and an investment of perhaps $400,000-$500,000....
  • Was that intro sarcasm ?
    There are more holes in the 9/11 narrative than a Swiss cheese.
    We will probably never now know the truth of what really happened that day, but follow
    the money, many fortunes were made/saved that day and many more made as a result of it.
    OBL denied involvement but praised the event.

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  • A record? Come on! Don’t minimize what’s happening. It’s far too unique, too unprecedented even to be classified as “historic.” Call it mega-historic, if you wish. Never from Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar to Soviet despot Joseph Stalin, from the Sun King Louis the XIV to President Ronald Reagan, from George Washington to Barack Obama, has anyone...
  • other women who — your choice — had affairs with, were groped by, defamed by, or silenced by him

    Still, if you wanted to keep a rapist from living at 1600, he was the only alternative.

    he isn’t so much a climate-change denier

    If climate change were true, those who insist on it would also insist that we stop taking in the world’s poor, as each such import multiplies his own carbon footprint several times over. Yet they never get around to this.

    What this writer doesn’t get is that Trump is president not because we listen to him, but because he listens to us. Some of the time.

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  • There’s been a lot of free-floating fear and horror in the media recently about the appointment as national security adviser of John Bolton, a man who’s been itching for war(s) since the 1990s. His approach to Iran and North Korea in particular (not quite nuke ’em!, but not that much short of it either) isn’t...
  • I agree that Trump is obviously very difficult to work with and a terrible manager and negotiator.

    Like everything else in Trump’s campaign (and before him, Obama’s campaign, etc.), his “great negotiating skills” and “great leadership” were a total lie. He sucks at both.

    And we have no wall. No new trade agreements. No expulsions of illegals (and Trump even begging to get DREAMers amnesty in the last budget bill). No withdrawal of troops from foreign soil. Nobody in NATO “paying their own way”.

    All lies. Which sums up the US government: all lies, corruption, killing and destruction.

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  • @anarchyst
    Actually Jews and Moslems are of the same cloth, and if push comes to shove, they will consolidate their forces to go after the "great satan", as Jews and Moslems share most of the same beliefs. The concept that Jews and Moslems are at each others throats is all for show...they have much more commonality of purpose than they let on...
    One could safely argue that Islam is an Arabicized form of Pharisaic Judaism...

    Agree that Islam falls somewhere between Christianity and Judaism on the religious scale (Judaism being worship of the Monstrous Beast Yahweh, Christianity being worship of the Angelic Jesus, and Islam having some of both).

    But most Jews and Christians are not religious anymore. At least, they don’t believe in their Yahweh/God – their religion has moved to the, how to classify it … well, secular humanism, clearly a religion but one without a god (but many religions do not have gods). Muslims, however, remain quite religious.

    But you will find conflict between many similar groups. For example, think of all the wars in Europe over the last few centuries? Were they all fake? This is all intra-Christian conflict. Have a look at this page on Wikipedia (while no doubt not 100% accurate, and all the conflicts are not wars; it gives an idea): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_conflicts_in_Europe

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  • In order to be even remotely credible, Rebecca Gordon needs to come clean about her pro-Zionist sympathies. But don’t hold your breath waiting for that to happen.

    Gordon must acknowledge and–if she expects to be taken seriously–she should explore the key role played by Israel and its far-flung agents and lobbies in orchestrating Zio-Washington’s destruction of Iraq, Libya, Syria as well as America’s unconditional sponsorship of Israel’s destruction of Palestine.

    Why does Gordon’s superficial essay never mention the words ‘Zionism’ or ‘Israel’? Incredibly, Gordon took the time to deride the unimportant and fading (and isolationist) Tea Party while she ignores the elephant in the room. Ridiculous.

    Gordon should look ahead. Surely she understands that if global Jewry gets its way, Zio-Washington’s next military hit will be Iran. The clock is ticking, Ms. Gordon.

    What we have here is a criminal conspiracy of the highest order. And it’s covered with Zionist fingerprints.

    As a (low-level) public intellectual, Gordon should be ashamed of her duplicitous role in these criminal affairs.

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  • @Patriot
    Yes, it is true that the Neocons are war criminals who led us into 17 yrs of costly, illegal, immoral, and useless (for USA) wars. But on the otherhand, these wars greatly benefited Israel in that America killed millions of Muslims and turned the Muslim nations surrounding Israel into rubble.

    Israel prefers that Americans fight, pay and die to kill Muslims, because otherwise Jews might have to do it.

    Jews and Muslems have been at each others throats for 1,300 years, and it is important for Americans to get in the middle of that fight. I know that here in the USA Midwest farm country where I'm from, nothing is more satisfying for parents than to send their Christian children to fight Muslims for Jews.

    Thanks to the Jewish Neocons, Jewish money, and Jewish media for pushing America into these wars to benefit Jews. If only more American youth would step up to make the ultimate sacrifice. Heros every one of them.

    Actually Jews and Moslems are of the same cloth, and if push comes to shove, they will consolidate their forces to go after the “great satan”, as Jews and Moslems share most of the same beliefs. The concept that Jews and Moslems are at each others throats is all for show…they have much more commonality of purpose than they let on…
    One could safely argue that Islam is an Arabicized form of Pharisaic Judaism…

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    Agree that Islam falls somewhere between Christianity and Judaism on the religious scale (Judaism being worship of the Monstrous Beast Yahweh, Christianity being worship of the Angelic Jesus, and Islam having some of both).

    But most Jews and Christians are not religious anymore. At least, they don't believe in their Yahweh/God - their religion has moved to the, how to classify it ... well, secular humanism, clearly a religion but one without a god (but many religions do not have gods). Muslims, however, remain quite religious.

    But you will find conflict between many similar groups. For example, think of all the wars in Europe over the last few centuries? Were they all fake? This is all intra-Christian conflict. Have a look at this page on Wikipedia (while no doubt not 100% accurate, and all the conflicts are not wars; it gives an idea): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_conflicts_in_Europe
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  • A record? Come on! Don’t minimize what’s happening. It’s far too unique, too unprecedented even to be classified as “historic.” Call it mega-historic, if you wish. Never from Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar to Soviet despot Joseph Stalin, from the Sun King Louis the XIV to President Ronald Reagan, from George Washington to Barack Obama, has anyone...
  • I read a few paragraphs and then quit. What was it about?

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  • There’s been a lot of free-floating fear and horror in the media recently about the appointment as national security adviser of John Bolton, a man who’s been itching for war(s) since the 1990s. His approach to Iran and North Korea in particular (not quite nuke ’em!, but not that much short of it either) isn’t...
  • The facts about the Nuremberg Show Trials:

    It was accepted at Nuremberg that Jews were steamed to death at Treblinka in gas chambers,
    see: ‘All Steamed up at Treblinka and superlatively accurate / The importance of the Steam Tales’

    https://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=11684

    The official use of torture in extracting “confessions” from Germans has been confirmed repeatedly.

    - All but two of the Germans [on trial at Nuremberg], in the 139 cases that we investigated, had their testicles kicked in beyond repair. This was standard operating procedure with our American investigators:” 23.1.49, The Sunday Pictorial (quoted in For Those Who Cannot Speak (ref. 27), p.21.The statements which were admitted as evidence were obtained from men who had first been kept in solitary confinement for three, four and five months..The investigators would put a black hood over the accused’s head, punch him in the face with brass knuckles, kick him and beat him with rubber hoses. Observer & American judge, van Roden

    - Judge van Roden’s allegation of torture to gain “confessions” is confirmed by Texas Supreme Court Judge, Gordon Simpson. He confirmed that savage beatings, smashing of testicles, and months of solitary confinement occurred. Congressional Record, appendix v. 95, sec.12, 3/10/49

    - U.S. Congressional Representative, Lawrence H. Smith of Wisconsin said:
    ” The Nuremberg Trials are so repugnant to the Anglo-Saxon principles of justice that we must forever be ashamed of that page in our history.”
    Congressional Record, appendix, v.95, sec.14, 6/15/49

    - The admission of Bernard Clarke was corroborated by Mr. Ken Jones in ‘The Wrexham Leader’, October 17, 1986.
    Mr. Jones was then a private with the Fifth Royal Horse Artillery stationed at Heid in Schleswig-Holstein.
    “They brought him to us when he refused to cooperate over questioning about his activites during the war. He came in the winter of 1945/6 and was put in a small jail cell in the barracks,” recalls Mr. Jones. Two other soldiers were detailed with Mr. Jones to join Hoess in his cell to help break him down for interrogation.”
    “We sat in the cell with him, night and day, armed with axe handles. Our job was to prod him every time he fell asleep to help break down his resistance,” said Mr. Jones.
    When Hoess was taken out for exercise, he was made to wear only jeans and a thin cotton shirt in the bitter cold. After three days and nights without sleep, Hoess finally broke down and made a full confession to the authorities.

    -When Hoess was taken out for exercise, he was made to wear only jeans and a thin cotton shirt in the bitter cold. After three days and nights without sleep, Hoess finally broke down and made a full confession to the authorities.
    and:
    - “The London Cage was used partly as a torture centre, inside which large numbers of German officers and soldiers were subjected to systematic ill-treatment. In total 3,573 men passed through the Cage, and more than 1,000 were persuaded to give statements about war crimes. The brutality did not end with the war, moreover: a number of German civilians joined the servicemen who were interrogated there up to 1948.
    more:
    -TORTURE: verifiable, acknowledged, damning. What Does It Mean for Revisionism?’

    https://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=11697&p=87703

    and:
    - Nuremberg – Fair Trial or Show Trial ?’

    https://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=11053

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  • Yes, it is true that the Neocons are war criminals who led us into 17 yrs of costly, illegal, immoral, and useless (for USA) wars. But on the otherhand, these wars greatly benefited Israel in that America killed millions of Muslims and turned the Muslim nations surrounding Israel into rubble.

    Israel prefers that Americans fight, pay and die to kill Muslims, because otherwise Jews might have to do it.

    Jews and Muslems have been at each others throats for 1,300 years, and it is important for Americans to get in the middle of that fight. I know that here in the USA Midwest farm country where I’m from, nothing is more satisfying for parents than to send their Christian children to fight Muslims for Jews.

    Thanks to the Jewish Neocons, Jewish money, and Jewish media for pushing America into these wars to benefit Jews. If only more American youth would step up to make the ultimate sacrifice. Heros every one of them.

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    Actually Jews and Moslems are of the same cloth, and if push comes to shove, they will consolidate their forces to go after the "great satan", as Jews and Moslems share most of the same beliefs. The concept that Jews and Moslems are at each others throats is all for show...they have much more commonality of purpose than they let on...
    One could safely argue that Islam is an Arabicized form of Pharisaic Judaism...
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  • A record? Come on! Don’t minimize what’s happening. It’s far too unique, too unprecedented even to be classified as “historic.” Call it mega-historic, if you wish. Never from Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar to Soviet despot Joseph Stalin, from the Sun King Louis the XIV to President Ronald Reagan, from George Washington to Barack Obama, has anyone...
  • Langley please pay for better shills.

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  • Who could possibly keep up with the discordant version of musical chairs now being played out in Washington? When it comes to Donald Trump’s White House, the old sports phrase about needing a scorecard to keep track of the players pops to mind (though you would need a new one every day or maybe every...
  • Meh. Just more white bashing.

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  • Trump was voted in by populists and nationalists, but just about everyone working for Deep State is a globalist. So, Trump has to hire people from the GLOB, and they leak to the press or try to sabotage him.

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  • “Your own country” as a “Muslim-American”
    Terani, go ahead and shake a Koran or Pocket Constitution in hatred toward the Whites who apparently owe you something. Or maybe they owe you their White women and girls?

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  • Nate Terani’s story about an attack by fundamentalists on his international school in Iran in the 1980s sounds to me as suspect as Ben Carson’s delinquency in his autobiography. Both add spice to otherwise dull nerdy memoirs and confirm what Americans expect to read there. But I could be wrong. That is what happens when you lose your trust in the media.

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  • When Russia moved into the Ukraine and seized Crimea in 2014, it got more than its share of (bad) media coverage in the United States, as it did when it intervened in Syria the next year. So just imagine what kind of coverage Vladimir Putin’s favorite nation would be getting if, almost 17 years after...
  • Groupthink and confirmation bias are the most dangerous things occurring in the western world.
    This phenomena is going to be the nail in our dying paradigm.
    Our economic system is in perilous shape. We have increased the debt ratio from 2007 6 fold.
    Corporate earnings are only an aberration due to stock market manipulation and not from actual productivity gains. . Most western banking institutions are all leveraged to the max hence r in the red IE Deutsche Bank is 700 billion EUROS in the red. The bond market is just a hair trigger away from imploding.
    Like the article so rightly alludes to the blatant and fragrant dis regard for international law by PAX-AMERICANA AND THEIR VASELS EU. But hell the RUSSIANS ATE MY LUNCH WORKS SO WELL when one wants to obfuscate and gas light from reality and the true nature of reality with in a global context.
    HIGHEST WAGE AND ECONOMIC GAP SINCE THE GILDED AGE (ROBBER BARON EPOCH)

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  • Russia, of course did not “seize Crimea” The Crimean people decided to secede from Nuland’s illegal Nazi regime in Ukraine and voted by over 85% to request reunion with Russia. The evidence that Russia has “moved into Ukraine” is as sketchy as the Assad did the nerve gas bullshit.

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  • @EliteCommInc.
    I think you missed the context.


    But as to Israel. She does have enemies. Many are enemies because one Israel's first acts as a nation state was to engage in foolish war against Egypt. Not only did Jews violate internationalism law when the state of Israel was re-established, she actually violated the standards of the Torah. Her series of unjust behavior, wanton theft and unfair treatment set in motion every fear those in the region had about an Israel being so set. It's bad enough to have enemies by destiny, but provoking that dynamic is unwise.

    As a member of the global community, it is expected that Israel behave as a responsible member. I have found no special dispensation for Israel to behavior in the hostile and destructive manner she so engages. I have little issue with the promises or even being God's chosen. But being God's chosen comes with some very heavy responsibilities. And among them is to be a light of God, an exemplar of God. And while in ancient times the rules for acquisition were very tough ---- the game has changed significantly and Israel is expected to act accordingly. That is within the bounds of international conduct and in good faith.

    If she believes she is to have the land she should engage in the process of negotiating it out and or making purchases. But the imposition of settlements, actually y midsize cities in Palestinian territory is both illegal, unjust and provocative.

    All states, well most states have enemies. Israel will have to stop relying on US power alone and begin a process of engaging her neighbors, enemy or not. Currently, there is no reason to be supporting a destabilizing civil war in Syria. And our behavior on her behalf is troublesome to say the least and and at worse, is itself against the law. We have no authority to be in the sovereign territory of other nations minus an invitation.

    One can embrace and love Israel without condoning everything she does because of careless scriptural interpretations by Torah and NT scholars. And the provocation to engage in mayhem so as to hasten the end times ----- near apostasy and in no manner reflective of Christ or the Apostles.

    Ooopsss, this posted before I could catch it.

    Laughing

    Oooopss.

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  • @Patriot
    There is no outcry because these wars are good for Israel and the USA arms industry.

    Israel ia surrounded by enemies, and thus needs America to destroy or bribe or regime-change these nations.

    The USA is a big and wealthy nation and can easilly afford the $4 Trillion and 8,000 dead USA servicmen.

    I think you missed the context.

    But as to Israel. She does have enemies. Many are enemies because one Israel’s first acts as a nation state was to engage in foolish war against Egypt. Not only did Jews violate internationalism law when the state of Israel was re-established, she actually violated the standards of the Torah. Her series of unjust behavior, wanton theft and unfair treatment set in motion every fear those in the region had about an Israel being so set. It’s bad enough to have enemies by destiny, but provoking that dynamic is unwise.

    As a member of the global community, it is expected that Israel behave as a responsible member. I have found no special dispensation for Israel to behavior in the hostile and destructive manner she so engages. I have little issue with the promises or even being God’s chosen. But being God’s chosen comes with some very heavy responsibilities. And among them is to be a light of God, an exemplar of God. And while in ancient times the rules for acquisition were very tough —- the game has changed significantly and Israel is expected to act accordingly. That is within the bounds of international conduct and in good faith.

    If she believes she is to have the land she should engage in the process of negotiating it out and or making purchases. But the imposition of settlements, actually y midsize cities in Palestinian territory is both illegal, unjust and provocative.

    All states, well most states have enemies. Israel will have to stop relying on US power alone and begin a process of engaging her neighbors, enemy or not. Currently, there is no reason to be supporting a destabilizing civil war in Syria. And our behavior on her behalf is troublesome to say the least and and at worse, is itself against the law. We have no authority to be in the sovereign territory of other nations minus an invitation.

    One can embrace and love Israel without condoning everything she does because of careless scriptural interpretations by Torah and NT scholars. And the provocation to engage in mayhem so as to hasten the end times —– near apostasy and in no manner reflective of Christ or the Apostles.

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    Ooopsss, this posted before I could catch it.


    Laughing


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  • anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    When Russia moved into the Ukraine and seized Crimea in 2014,

    Writer is giving us the US propaganda version of what happened. Crimea rejoined Russia to everyone’s relief, bailing out of the dysfunctional country they were in and ruled over by an illegitimate coup dictatorship guided by Washington. They were handed over in ’54 and decided to come back rather than become slaves of NATO.

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  • “When Russia moved into the Ukraine …”

    Excuse me! Who in their right mind is going to bother reading an article whose opening sentence is a grotesque distortion of the historical facts. Anyone who doubts this can do a quick internet search on “Victoria ‘Fuck the EU’ Nuland”. For those with short memories, Ms. Nuland was caught coordinating a US-manufactured coup against the legitimate government of the Ukraine. When EU diplomats suggested that this coup was both ill-advises and illegal, Ms. Nuland’s response was, “Fuck the EU!”

    The interesting question is why the United States would manufacture a coup against an elected government whose legitimacy had been publicly and officially certified just a few years earlier by both the USA and the EU. A government which, furthermore, had an election scheduled within a year of the time the USA manufactured its coup; an election which all parties agreed was as likely to be as honest as the one previously certified by the USA and EU.

    The answer is relatively easy to find. The legitimate government of the Ukraine had arranged highly favorable terms with Russia for future energy supplies. This would both tie Ukraine closer to Russia and threaten US control of European energy supply lines. This posed a serious threat to US plans for world hegemony. What better way to prevent this threat than the tried and true strategy Kermit Roosevelt employed against Mosadeg in Iran back in the early 1950s.

    Ukraine is on the border of Russia. Ukraine actually translates as “borderland”. Furthermore, since the time of Peter the Great, Ukraine was an integral part of the Russian empire, more a province of Russia than a colonial possession. When the USA topples a legitimate government with close ties to Russia and replaces it with a dysfunctional, fascistic regime, whose foundation is an overt hostility towards Russia, one should hardly be surprised if Russia reacts to protect itself against this overt US aggression.

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  • There is no outcry because these wars are good for Israel and the USA arms industry.

    Israel ia surrounded by enemies, and thus needs America to destroy or bribe or regime-change these nations.

    The USA is a big and wealthy nation and can easilly afford the $4 Trillion and 8,000 dead USA servicmen.

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    I think you missed the context.


    But as to Israel. She does have enemies. Many are enemies because one Israel's first acts as a nation state was to engage in foolish war against Egypt. Not only did Jews violate internationalism law when the state of Israel was re-established, she actually violated the standards of the Torah. Her series of unjust behavior, wanton theft and unfair treatment set in motion every fear those in the region had about an Israel being so set. It's bad enough to have enemies by destiny, but provoking that dynamic is unwise.

    As a member of the global community, it is expected that Israel behave as a responsible member. I have found no special dispensation for Israel to behavior in the hostile and destructive manner she so engages. I have little issue with the promises or even being God's chosen. But being God's chosen comes with some very heavy responsibilities. And among them is to be a light of God, an exemplar of God. And while in ancient times the rules for acquisition were very tough ---- the game has changed significantly and Israel is expected to act accordingly. That is within the bounds of international conduct and in good faith.

    If she believes she is to have the land she should engage in the process of negotiating it out and or making purchases. But the imposition of settlements, actually y midsize cities in Palestinian territory is both illegal, unjust and provocative.

    All states, well most states have enemies. Israel will have to stop relying on US power alone and begin a process of engaging her neighbors, enemy or not. Currently, there is no reason to be supporting a destabilizing civil war in Syria. And our behavior on her behalf is troublesome to say the least and and at worse, is itself against the law. We have no authority to be in the sovereign territory of other nations minus an invitation.

    One can embrace and love Israel without condoning everything she does because of careless scriptural interpretations by Torah and NT scholars. And the provocation to engage in mayhem so as to hasten the end times ----- near apostasy and in no manner reflective of Christ or the Apostles.
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  • I’ve long been struck by one strange aspect of the most recent part of the American Century: just how demobilized this country has been in the midst of distant wars that have morphed and spread for almost 17 years. I was born in July 1944 into a fully mobilized country fighting World War II in...
  • “Our wars are now not only fought in distant lands”

    The description in the press of the 4 Austin bombs sound like the description I remember reading of the Taliban IEDs. So I speculate the bomber is either Taliban, or someone familiar with their methods. So the war might have come home for real.

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  • Hope they are fearful enough to leave.

    This thinking is why I have doubts about revealed religion:

    You can do anything to anyone, no matter the cost, if it fits your goals.

    Stalin is a prime example, though Marxists love it in general.

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  • @RobinG
    Who is this "she," Jim? Code Pink is not Cindy Sheehan's organization. She's an independent activist, and on Saturday (Mar.17) she was in Orinda, CA, on a panel with Ron Paul at a conference on US Militarism. Cindy doesn't have $$ to jet around the country, so I doubt she was in Florida.

    As for Code Pink, they have members all over the place, so I'll bet the local chapter was at Parkland. I have some serious gripes with Medea Benjamin, but ignoring foreign wars isn't one of them. She wrote a book about Obama's drone warfare. and this year she took a group of women to North Korea. Here's her schedule for this week, protesting the US and Saudi war on YEMEN:

    Protest the Saudi Prince’s visit to Washington, DC. Facebook Event https://www.facebook.com/events/2010754782272183/

    When and where:

    Tuesday, March 20th 11am in front of the White House while the Prince meets with Trump.

    Wednesday March 21st 6pm in front of the Kennedy Center during Saudi Arts and Cultural event in honor of the Prince's visit

    Thursday March 22nd 11:30am during a private luncheon for Saudi Arabia. Meet in front of the Newseum, 555 Pennsylvania Ave NW

    Thursday March 22nd 6:30pm during a gala dinner for the Prince. Meet in front of the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium, 1301 Constitution Ave NW

    Code Pink is a franchise. She used to picket W’s home in Texas, she did it in the name of Code Pink. “Her” organization? Who cares? She was their most whiney, nagging member back then. She disappeared for Obama’s depravity in the Middle East.

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  • @Jim Christian
    Anyone remember Code Pink? Cindy Sheehan? War protest outfit during Bush's Iraq war run up in 2003? They disappeared during Obama's admin, but they turned up in Florida this week to protest the JROTC program at Parkland HS. JROTC. That's what she's protesting with war in Syria and new wars being ginned up in North Korea, Iran and now Russia. What could go wrong?

    Who is this “she,” Jim? Code Pink is not Cindy Sheehan’s organization. She’s an independent activist, and on Saturday (Mar.17) she was in Orinda, CA, on a panel with Ron Paul at a conference on US Militarism. Cindy doesn’t have $$ to jet around the country, so I doubt she was in Florida.

    As for Code Pink, they have members all over the place, so I’ll bet the local chapter was at Parkland. I have some serious gripes with Medea Benjamin, but ignoring foreign wars isn’t one of them. She wrote a book about Obama’s drone warfare. and this year she took a group of women to North Korea. Here’s her schedule for this week, protesting the US and Saudi war on YEMEN:

    Protest the Saudi Prince’s visit to Washington, DC. Facebook Event https://www.facebook.com/events/2010754782272183/

    When and where:

    Tuesday, March 20th 11am in front of the White House while the Prince meets with Trump.

    Wednesday March 21st 6pm in front of the Kennedy Center during Saudi Arts and Cultural event in honor of the Prince’s visit

    Thursday March 22nd 11:30am during a private luncheon for Saudi Arabia. Meet in front of the Newseum, 555 Pennsylvania Ave NW

    Thursday March 22nd 6:30pm during a gala dinner for the Prince. Meet in front of the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium, 1301 Constitution Ave NW

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    Code Pink is a franchise. She used to picket W's home in Texas, she did it in the name of Code Pink. "Her" organization? Who cares? She was their most whiney, nagging member back then. She disappeared for Obama's depravity in the Middle East.
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  • The half-assed losing wars the government fights are incidental to the vital interest being protected. It’s all one big war, the War to Get Away With It.

    What CIA is doing is creating a crisis atmosphere to obscure the universal-jurisdiction legal exposure of the CIA command structure. UN treaty bodies and special procedures have documented crimes against humanity by US government officials. CIA’s crime against humanity is systematic and widespread torture and murder in secret death camps worldwide. CIA uses the wars to attack universal-jurisdiction legal charges as enemy propaganda. CIA also uses the war to justify the crimes it can’t conceal – even though in universal-jurisdiction law, nothing ever justifies torture.

    You might not recognize the war on the home front, but it’s fiercely fought. Why do you think they barrage you with crap like Homeland? Homeland is illegal CIA propaganda to justify legally unjustifiable crimes. It only works on morons, of course, but that plus rigged polls allow CIA moles in State go to foreign courts and say, ‘the American public won’t accept it’ if courts uphold the law and put torturers in prison.

    CIA installs the worst of its criminals in key positions so they can undermine the government’s legal duty to prosecute or extradite CIA suspects. Torturer Gina Haspel running CIA; torturers Bybee and soon, Nielson on the bench. The CIA’s latest last-ditch battle was shutting up Pro Publica. CIA scoured the obvious documented circumstances to find a nugatory factual imprecision: that Haspel was not in charge of one specific torture chamber when they tortured one particular victim. CIA waved this retraction as a vindication of fugitive torturer Gina Haspel. Gina Haspel is still provably implicated in acquiescence to torture, a grave crime in universal jurisdiction in breach of CAT Article 1, with no statute of limitations.

    Haspel in particular is the Platonic ideal of the CIA torture coward. She don’t want to fight em, she gets somebody else to bring em in and tie em up, then she’ll beat em up when it’s safe. But when it’s time to take your medicine and go to prison for the rough tough heroic shit you did to helpless captives, at great risk to your manicure, then it’s Wah, wahh, wah-baby, Wahh!! Wear your pussy hat with pride, you earned it.

    The whole CIA’s a bunch of cowardly sleeves. And they wonder why Hezbollah and the Russians kick their chicken asses all over Syria. When the SCO invades and hangs these criminal CIA scumbags from lampposts, to set us free, we will strew flowers and sweets. It’s going to take Russians and Chinese to do what JFK wanted to do until CIA shot him – tear CIA into a thousand pieces and scatter it to the winds. It’s got to be done. Let’s get on with it.

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  • Forget Emma Lazarus’s poetry and the Statue of Liberty; you really don’t want to be an immigrant in today’s America. As Dara Lind recently pointed out at Vox, being an immigrant or the child of one (even if you're a U.S. citizen) now means living in a “miasma of fear.” That’s the conclusion of two...
  • @cezanne
    why the hell is this writer even on this site? the whole article is full of liberal talking points, many of which seek to disavow the torture and atrocities that some immigrants bring to any nation that will harbor them. There truly is a new disease that the CDC must look into before it infects and destroys entire populations, it's called liberalism. I pray to God in Himmel that you do not contract this deathly virus!

    The header of the site reads

    The Unz Review: An Alternative Media Selection

    A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media

    That of course includes nauseating open borders drivel, AKA the other side’s opinion and arguments.

    Uncle Ron wants us to have a balanced diet.

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  • Anyone remember Code Pink? Cindy Sheehan? War protest outfit during Bush’s Iraq war run up in 2003? They disappeared during Obama’s admin, but they turned up in Florida this week to protest the JROTC program at Parkland HS. JROTC. That’s what she’s protesting with war in Syria and new wars being ginned up in North Korea, Iran and now Russia. What could go wrong?

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    Who is this "she," Jim? Code Pink is not Cindy Sheehan's organization. She's an independent activist, and on Saturday (Mar.17) she was in Orinda, CA, on a panel with Ron Paul at a conference on US Militarism. Cindy doesn't have $$ to jet around the country, so I doubt she was in Florida.

    As for Code Pink, they have members all over the place, so I'll bet the local chapter was at Parkland. I have some serious gripes with Medea Benjamin, but ignoring foreign wars isn't one of them. She wrote a book about Obama's drone warfare. and this year she took a group of women to North Korea. Here's her schedule for this week, protesting the US and Saudi war on YEMEN:

    Protest the Saudi Prince’s visit to Washington, DC. Facebook Event https://www.facebook.com/events/2010754782272183/

    When and where:

    Tuesday, March 20th 11am in front of the White House while the Prince meets with Trump.

    Wednesday March 21st 6pm in front of the Kennedy Center during Saudi Arts and Cultural event in honor of the Prince's visit

    Thursday March 22nd 11:30am during a private luncheon for Saudi Arabia. Meet in front of the Newseum, 555 Pennsylvania Ave NW

    Thursday March 22nd 6:30pm during a gala dinner for the Prince. Meet in front of the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium, 1301 Constitution Ave NW

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  • Forget Emma Lazarus’s poetry and the Statue of Liberty; you really don’t want to be an immigrant in today’s America. As Dara Lind recently pointed out at Vox, being an immigrant or the child of one (even if you're a U.S. citizen) now means living in a “miasma of fear.” That’s the conclusion of two...
  • The Liberty Statue is OK. Nice gift from France.
    Maybe move it to Detroit or KC or OKC.
    Why is the “poetry” needed? Whose idea was that?
    Forward “poem” to Birobidzhan along with Aviva, Noam, Saul Wolfowitz, Frum, Foxman, ilk.

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  • anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Pearl Harbor aside, actual war was then a distant reality for most Americans, but there was no question that this nation was at war

    Americans don’t know war; they haven’t had one on their territory since the Civil War and that one has left it’s scars on the US ever since even after all these years. Americans have had the luck of geography, being protected by two oceans, and have had to go out searching for enemies to fight.

    fought by draft armies and civilians who felt the call to service

    Americans are dupes of propaganda cranked out by their own supposed leaders. Smedley Butler’s ‘War is a Racket’ said it all many years ago and is truer now than ever before.

    Today, America’s wars never end either in victory or defeat. They just go on and on.

    Welcome to reality. American minds have been distorted by the constant triumphalism of it’s WWII glories played over and over again in all media whereby the enemy capitulated in unconditional surrender. If anyone would ever bother to do some reading they’d find the majority of conflicts don’t end neatly and things like thirty years war and hundred years war as well as conflicts with stalemates and indeterminate results are closer to the norm. Americans get their reality from the movies.

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  • This country is fast becoming a soiled toilet. Now please don’t tell me if I don’t like it to leave.. I want massive Change for the better

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  • “Some day this war is gonna end!”

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  • Forget Emma Lazarus’s poetry and the Statue of Liberty; you really don’t want to be an immigrant in today’s America. As Dara Lind recently pointed out at Vox, being an immigrant or the child of one (even if you're a U.S. citizen) now means living in a “miasma of fear.” That’s the conclusion of two...
  • @GinevradiBenci
    The article is exemplar of Immigration Derangement Syndrome—unless we throw open the doors and accept everybody/anybody, we are racist, anti-Semetic, homophobic, zenophobic, etc etc—poppycock. The world is full of people of all pursuasions and levels of civilization in far greater numbers than it ever was. USA and Europe cannot be transformed (if not too late already) by hoardes of folks who have never known civil culture, contribution to the society, and education. More and more of those who come just take—and feel it is their right to do so because of some perceived disrespect in the recent or distant past. I and mine make no apologies. Bring something to the table—or ‘Get Out’

    Immigration is Invasion.

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  • @mark green
    Ridiculous article. America takes in more immigrants that any country on earth. But countless Third World refugees often bring their failed habits/talents with them. Enough is enough. These lawbreakers are a burden on US taxpayers and American civilization. Limits on immigration are normal and sensible. Can you name any country of merit that allows unlimited immigration?

    Back when most all the 'huddled masses' were entering America via the East Coast, Ellis Island not only processed and vetted these white, European immigrants, but sent many back because they were deemed 'unfit'. That's life. Standards must be met. High standards (including demographic ones) are what made America great.

    America is an English-speaking offshoot of Western Europe, complete with the traditions, complexities and history that comes from that extraordinary continent. Not everyone can migrate here and not everyone belongs here. This is nature and human history speaking.

    The article is exemplar of Immigration Derangement Syndrome—unless we throw open the doors and accept everybody/anybody, we are racist, anti-Semetic, homophobic, zenophobic, etc etc—poppycock. The world is full of people of all pursuasions and levels of civilization in far greater numbers than it ever was. USA and Europe cannot be transformed (if not too late already) by hoardes of folks who have never known civil culture, contribution to the society, and education. More and more of those who come just take—and feel it is their right to do so because of some perceived disrespect in the recent or distant past. I and mine make no apologies. Bring something to the table—or ‘Get Out’

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    Immigration is Invasion.
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    Immigration is invasion, especially if it never stops.


    What is being criminalized by the globalists is patriotism and nationalism

    White people are being denied the right to preserve their own homelands.

    Leftists like the Chomskys defended the right of Vietnamese and Algerians to kick out immigrant-imperialists from Europe, but they say white people have no right to defend their own nations from invasion-immigration.

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  • More click bait from Mr. Engelhardt, desperately seeking even faux readers for his useless blog site. And on this site one of the most pathetic contributors is the ever witless, Aviva Chomsky, a proof by example that intelligence is not always inherited. Can’t this guy, Engelhardt, be replaced with a decently intelligent and knowledgeable voice from the left?

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  • Ron, if i wanted to read neoliberal.txt drivel, I’d google up Vox or The Atlantic. I understand you want to present a broad array of opinions, which means left wing authors will appear here, but kindly get a better class of leftist. The current crop of cat ladies and rabid beta males are less than impressive. When Tom dispatches his shitlibs, he’s not sending his best. There’s plenty of other more worthy leftists like the people from Attack the System, Moon of Alabama, and Land Destroyers than these WEIRD bourgeois Reds.

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  • @anonymous
    The US already has 330M people in it. That's quite enough. We don't want to live in a human anthill of a billion. What is the mental block that this writer and all the rest of these immigration fanatics have that they can't grasp this extremely simple idea?

    It’s all about Jewish domination under the guise of socialism. White genocide makes unchallenged eternal Jewish domination much easier.

    Tikun Olam doesn’t mean go along and get along. It means “Repair the World”, from above, as the Chosen Ones, or gods unto goyim.

    And as soon as the white people are successfully ethnically cleansed, they’re unleash JDL 2.0 on the schvartzes. Just like last time, when Malcolm X and MLK named The Jew.

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  • The US already has 330M people in it. That’s quite enough. We don’t want to live in a human anthill of a billion. What is the mental block that this writer and all the rest of these immigration fanatics have that they can’t grasp this extremely simple idea?

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    It's all about Jewish domination under the guise of socialism. White genocide makes unchallenged eternal Jewish domination much easier.

    Tikun Olam doesn't mean go along and get along. It means "Repair the World", from above, as the Chosen Ones, or gods unto goyim.

    And as soon as the white people are successfully ethnically cleansed, they're unleash JDL 2.0 on the schvartzes. Just like last time, when Malcolm X and MLK named The Jew.
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  • why the hell is this writer even on this site? the whole article is full of liberal talking points, many of which seek to disavow the torture and atrocities that some immigrants bring to any nation that will harbor them. There truly is a new disease that the CDC must look into before it infects and destroys entire populations, it’s called liberalism. I pray to God in Himmel that you do not contract this deathly virus!

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    The header of the site reads

    The Unz Review: An Alternative Media Selection

    A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media
     
    That of course includes nauseating open borders drivel, AKA the other side's opinion and arguments.

    Uncle Ron wants us to have a balanced diet.
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  • Commie Jewess: “America’s Jewish-supremacist oligarchs aren’t the problem, it’s the poor white goyim masses. Replace them with noble savages, who will make better slaves for the Chosen Ones”

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  • Ridiculous article. America takes in more immigrants that any country on earth. But countless Third World refugees often bring their failed habits/talents with them. Enough is enough. These lawbreakers are a burden on US taxpayers and American civilization. Limits on immigration are normal and sensible. Can you name any country of merit that allows unlimited immigration?

    Back when most all the ‘huddled masses’ were entering America via the East Coast, Ellis Island not only processed and vetted these white, European immigrants, but sent many back because they were deemed ‘unfit’. That’s life. Standards must be met. High standards (including demographic ones) are what made America great.

    America is an English-speaking offshoot of Western Europe, complete with the traditions, complexities and history that comes from that extraordinary continent. Not everyone can migrate here and not everyone belongs here. This is nature and human history speaking.

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    • Replies: @GinevradiBenci
    The article is exemplar of Immigration Derangement Syndrome—unless we throw open the doors and accept everybody/anybody, we are racist, anti-Semetic, homophobic, zenophobic, etc etc—poppycock. The world is full of people of all pursuasions and levels of civilization in far greater numbers than it ever was. USA and Europe cannot be transformed (if not too late already) by hoardes of folks who have never known civil culture, contribution to the society, and education. More and more of those who come just take—and feel it is their right to do so because of some perceived disrespect in the recent or distant past. I and mine make no apologies. Bring something to the table—or ‘Get Out’
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  • In the wake of the Parkland massacre, in a land whose citizens own an estimated 265 million guns, half of them in the hands of just 3% of the population, and with mass shootings (four or more people) taking place, on average, nine out of every 10 days, this country is unique among developed nations...
  • @El Dato
    Very correct.

    This cries of "false flag" are as obnoxious as the permanent "outrage" in the media about someone having said something non-progressive. Really bizarre and ultra-complex scenarios on how this "false flag" went down are then pulled out apparently from a festering stack of TV series proposals rejected even by Hollywood. TV rots the brain.

    Well, unless the ‘false-flag’ is the deliberate incompetence of FBI in allowing a known nut in Alaska to travel by air and have his gun returned to him loaded in Fort Lauderdale last year. Barely remembered is, he shot up the airport upon his arrival. Deliberate, or sloppy law enforcement? Can’t say. Was Gabby Giffords a false flag? It was likely a Fast and Furious handgun that shot her, one of many that got away from them and turned up at gun shows, for sale. To a nut with a fetish to shoot people. Sloppy law enforcement? Who knows, the FBI landed on it, dusted off the local and State police and scooped all the evidence and buried the shooter somewhere. I don’t know where he is, do you? From there, Gabby Giffords and her adulterous astronaut husband Mark Kelly started a whole new anti-gun organization. Convenient, but not a false flag, just fashion, I think. Las Vegas? One of their many Federal operatives got out of hand. Sloppy intelligence-asset management. False flag? Did Vegas even HAPPEN? If so, their incompetence was so breathtaking, so depraved, they HAD to cover it up. From Waco onward through 9/11 and all the mass shootings and chaos, these shooters all slipped through the hands of the people paid to protect us.

    The conspiracy government-wide is to cover up their lazy, contemptible methods and sometimes, outright cowardice. The deceptions, the lies they tell are to cover up their incompetence, their lack of imagination, they cover up the fact that they’re so bloated, so slothful in their handling of known dangerous characters (and we can include almost all of local and State LE in this) that we absorb these hits from kooks solely due to the lack of competent law enforcement.

    We have all the written law we need. Every kook in our National inventory that pulled a bullshit stunt was well-known. Now we just need to control the failed human products of a declining and depraved society. We know who they are, our cops are supposed to be smarter and better fighters. We certainly pay them to be so. And yet, they fail. And that needs to be covered up, it can never be their fault.

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  • @peterAUS

    ..we don’t have to admit how FAR down the rabbit hole is our society, how depraved, how indifferent, how decayed and how deeply in decline we are. When there is no where left to go for the bottom 20-50% of young men, expect more. A lot more. Many, many more..
     
    Agree, up to a point.
    That does not apply, IMHO, to all of the USA. There are parts where you definitely have all that and more, but, there are parts where you don't.

    So, doesn't feel right to drag those good parts down because of the bad parts.
    The catch, of course, is that the malady tends to spread if not extinguished, let alone contained.

    Maybe "containment" is the way to go, at this stage. Like 'you keep fuc*&ng yourselves over even more, just leave us alone".

    Anyway.....

    Good take. Problem is, they won’t leave you alone. Cmmunities outside the borders away from the 20-million population centers are peaceful, White and somewhat prosperous for now, but they get their share of immigrants and now Section 8 migrants from inner cities the Left wants to gentrify. Just look at Cabrini Green for instance. Left-wing, but White, peaceful, wealthy and getting wealthier all the time. And so red states and communities find themselves invaded, they’re never left alone even aside from all the EEOC and other mandates shoved down their throats. States’ Rights? That’s a laugh. They’re never going to be left alone and Trump is but a minor blip in the process.

    When a lowly Federal judge in the 9th Circuit has the power to thwart any executive or legislative or especially popularly-voted mandate, then the Judicial has simply become a tool of the SJW crowd and much too powerful. Trump can, in Constitutionally-proper fashion, fire and replace Federal judges, one after another, including the underlings. It’s been done many times before. Certainly the Liberals flushed the conservatives out of judicial power beginning really from the top-down beginning with the Warren Court. The liberal charge on the courts was on from that point on. The Trump era isn’t forever. He could go a long way by firing judges and replacing them with men of jurisprudence, not political connectedness.

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  • @Jim Christian
    False flag or no, the result is predictable. If the idea was to raise a generation of men who can't get pussy who are then so pissed off at society and women in general that they start shooting, I'll buy into that. The Chinese murdered their daughters for a hundred years and here they are with 7 men to every female age 15-50. Those men are called "Empty Branches" and the Chins fill their military with them against their potential of damage to the regime that permitted the infanticide. We've certainly created lots of 'Empty Branches' as a society. Every mass shooter of more than 10 victims was raised by a single mother. Every one of them was an outcast and these pussy-less men can be Asians, White boys, Negros, they aren't men with roots in women or family, they don't have work, prospects or hope. These are the monsters we've created for ourselves.

    The Chinese certainly recognize the danger of men with no roots, the disenfranchised. False flag? I call horseshit on THIS one in Florida, this was just a kid pining for girls he couldn't have and going and killing a slew of them. This kid was brewing his hatred for a long time in their little community. Others of a false flag nature, I gotta see PROOF. Everything can't be a false flag. You can't keep that many secrets. The false flag notion is simply so that we don't have to admit how FAR down the rabbit hole is our society, how depraved, how indifferent, how decayed and how deeply in decline we are. When there is no where left to go for the bottom 20-50% of young men, expect more. A lot more. Many, many more..

    Very correct.

    This cries of “false flag” are as obnoxious as the permanent “outrage” in the media about someone having said something non-progressive. Really bizarre and ultra-complex scenarios on how this “false flag” went down are then pulled out apparently from a festering stack of TV series proposals rejected even by Hollywood. TV rots the brain.

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    Well, unless the 'false-flag' is the deliberate incompetence of FBI in allowing a known nut in Alaska to travel by air and have his gun returned to him loaded in Fort Lauderdale last year. Barely remembered is, he shot up the airport upon his arrival. Deliberate, or sloppy law enforcement? Can't say. Was Gabby Giffords a false flag? It was likely a Fast and Furious handgun that shot her, one of many that got away from them and turned up at gun shows, for sale. To a nut with a fetish to shoot people. Sloppy law enforcement? Who knows, the FBI landed on it, dusted off the local and State police and scooped all the evidence and buried the shooter somewhere. I don't know where he is, do you? From there, Gabby Giffords and her adulterous astronaut husband Mark Kelly started a whole new anti-gun organization. Convenient, but not a false flag, just fashion, I think. Las Vegas? One of their many Federal operatives got out of hand. Sloppy intelligence-asset management. False flag? Did Vegas even HAPPEN? If so, their incompetence was so breathtaking, so depraved, they HAD to cover it up. From Waco onward through 9/11 and all the mass shootings and chaos, these shooters all slipped through the hands of the people paid to protect us.

    The conspiracy government-wide is to cover up their lazy, contemptible methods and sometimes, outright cowardice. The deceptions, the lies they tell are to cover up their incompetence, their lack of imagination, they cover up the fact that they're so bloated, so slothful in their handling of known dangerous characters (and we can include almost all of local and State LE in this) that we absorb these hits from kooks solely due to the lack of competent law enforcement.

    We have all the written law we need. Every kook in our National inventory that pulled a bullshit stunt was well-known. Now we just need to control the failed human products of a declining and depraved society. We know who they are, our cops are supposed to be smarter and better fighters. We certainly pay them to be so. And yet, they fail. And that needs to be covered up, it can never be their fault.

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  • Here’s a thoroughly humdrum figure from the post-9/11 world: this February an estimated 1,294 people were killed in Iraq and another 266 wounded, including ISIS militants, numerous civilians, Iraqi security forces, Kurds, and Turks. Few of them died in major combat, just low-level incidents, suicide bombings, and bodies found in mass graves. And keep in...
  • Carroll is just one more self-hating and self-aggrandizing Boomer virtue signaler, making his living by doing moral autopsies on his ancestors, to whom he owns anything of value he has access to.

    He gave away the game with his “Constantine’s Sword,” years ago. Just a Unitarian Progressive masquerading as a “devout” Catholic. Don’t waste your time

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  • In the wake of the Parkland massacre, in a land whose citizens own an estimated 265 million guns, half of them in the hands of just 3% of the population, and with mass shootings (four or more people) taking place, on average, nine out of every 10 days, this country is unique among developed nations...
  • @Jim Christian
    False flag or no, the result is predictable. If the idea was to raise a generation of men who can't get pussy who are then so pissed off at society and women in general that they start shooting, I'll buy into that. The Chinese murdered their daughters for a hundred years and here they are with 7 men to every female age 15-50. Those men are called "Empty Branches" and the Chins fill their military with them against their potential of damage to the regime that permitted the infanticide. We've certainly created lots of 'Empty Branches' as a society. Every mass shooter of more than 10 victims was raised by a single mother. Every one of them was an outcast and these pussy-less men can be Asians, White boys, Negros, they aren't men with roots in women or family, they don't have work, prospects or hope. These are the monsters we've created for ourselves.

    The Chinese certainly recognize the danger of men with no roots, the disenfranchised. False flag? I call horseshit on THIS one in Florida, this was just a kid pining for girls he couldn't have and going and killing a slew of them. This kid was brewing his hatred for a long time in their little community. Others of a false flag nature, I gotta see PROOF. Everything can't be a false flag. You can't keep that many secrets. The false flag notion is simply so that we don't have to admit how FAR down the rabbit hole is our society, how depraved, how indifferent, how decayed and how deeply in decline we are. When there is no where left to go for the bottom 20-50% of young men, expect more. A lot more. Many, many more..

    ..we don’t have to admit how FAR down the rabbit hole is our society, how depraved, how indifferent, how decayed and how deeply in decline we are. When there is no where left to go for the bottom 20-50% of young men, expect more. A lot more. Many, many more..

    Agree, up to a point.
    That does not apply, IMHO, to all of the USA. There are parts where you definitely have all that and more, but, there are parts where you don’t.

    So, doesn’t feel right to drag those good parts down because of the bad parts.
    The catch, of course, is that the malady tends to spread if not extinguished, let alone contained.

    Maybe “containment” is the way to go, at this stage. Like ‘you keep fuc*&ng yourselves over even more, just leave us alone”.

    Anyway…..

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    Good take. Problem is, they won't leave you alone. Cmmunities outside the borders away from the 20-million population centers are peaceful, White and somewhat prosperous for now, but they get their share of immigrants and now Section 8 migrants from inner cities the Left wants to gentrify. Just look at Cabrini Green for instance. Left-wing, but White, peaceful, wealthy and getting wealthier all the time. And so red states and communities find themselves invaded, they're never left alone even aside from all the EEOC and other mandates shoved down their throats. States' Rights? That's a laugh. They're never going to be left alone and Trump is but a minor blip in the process.

    When a lowly Federal judge in the 9th Circuit has the power to thwart any executive or legislative or especially popularly-voted mandate, then the Judicial has simply become a tool of the SJW crowd and much too powerful. Trump can, in Constitutionally-proper fashion, fire and replace Federal judges, one after another, including the underlings. It's been done many times before. Certainly the Liberals flushed the conservatives out of judicial power beginning really from the top-down beginning with the Warren Court. The liberal charge on the courts was on from that point on. The Trump era isn't forever. He could go a long way by firing judges and replacing them with men of jurisprudence, not political connectedness.

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  • @stopislaminUSA
    If you do not believe that this was a false flag in Florida you are going to be woke soon.

    False flag or no, the result is predictable. If the idea was to raise a generation of men who can’t get pussy who are then so pissed off at society and women in general that they start shooting, I’ll buy into that. The Chinese murdered their daughters for a hundred years and here they are with 7 men to every female age 15-50. Those men are called “Empty Branches” and the Chins fill their military with them against their potential of damage to the regime that permitted the infanticide. We’ve certainly created lots of ‘Empty Branches’ as a society. Every mass shooter of more than 10 victims was raised by a single mother. Every one of them was an outcast and these pussy-less men can be Asians, White boys, Negros, they aren’t men with roots in women or family, they don’t have work, prospects or hope. These are the monsters we’ve created for ourselves.

    The Chinese certainly recognize the danger of men with no roots, the disenfranchised. False flag? I call horseshit on THIS one in Florida, this was just a kid pining for girls he couldn’t have and going and killing a slew of them. This kid was brewing his hatred for a long time in their little community. Others of a false flag nature, I gotta see PROOF. Everything can’t be a false flag. You can’t keep that many secrets. The false flag notion is simply so that we don’t have to admit how FAR down the rabbit hole is our society, how depraved, how indifferent, how decayed and how deeply in decline we are. When there is no where left to go for the bottom 20-50% of young men, expect more. A lot more. Many, many more..

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    ..we don’t have to admit how FAR down the rabbit hole is our society, how depraved, how indifferent, how decayed and how deeply in decline we are. When there is no where left to go for the bottom 20-50% of young men, expect more. A lot more. Many, many more..
     
    Agree, up to a point.
    That does not apply, IMHO, to all of the USA. There are parts where you definitely have all that and more, but, there are parts where you don't.

    So, doesn't feel right to drag those good parts down because of the bad parts.
    The catch, of course, is that the malady tends to spread if not extinguished, let alone contained.

    Maybe "containment" is the way to go, at this stage. Like 'you keep fuc*&ng yourselves over even more, just leave us alone".

    Anyway.....
    , @El Dato
    Very correct.

    This cries of "false flag" are as obnoxious as the permanent "outrage" in the media about someone having said something non-progressive. Really bizarre and ultra-complex scenarios on how this "false flag" went down are then pulled out apparently from a festering stack of TV series proposals rejected even by Hollywood. TV rots the brain.
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  • @peterAUS
    Or:
    A town of around 15 000 in Midweast, 95 % whites.
    A new war somewhere abroad, or an escalation of a current one, creates a flood of refugees.
    D.C. decides to take them in. Millions of them. The town above shall get 5 000 of them to settle in.
    People from 5th world country, of alien culture and way of life.

    The people in the town organize demonstrations->nobody cares.
    The people in the town get angry, demonstrations get violent->the State deploy riot police to "pacify" the town.->a couple of guys open fire on police->police return fire->more people start shooting at police->police retreat from the town and block all the entry/exit points.

    D.C. sees it as a VERY bad example. Deploys a Task Force. State police, FBI, some elements of National Guard and some elements of U.S. military. Light armor and helicopters, among other things.
    People in the city:
    1. Fold because apart from a couple of hunting rifles used in the shootouts with police they can't stop the Task Force. Mass arrests follow. Heavy media coverage of that. Etc.
    2. Get organized to stop the Task Force on imposing D.C. will there. 2000 gun owners there get organized into an unified force.
    D.C. escalates: brings more forces. Heavy propaganda.
    1. People in the town fold.
    2. Another, adjacent, town, does the same. And another. The deployed Task Force, effectively, finds itself surrounded.
    D.C. panics. ..............
    From then on, well...who knows.

    Can't happen in USA?
    Perhaps.

    Happened, plenty of times, for different reasons mind you, somewhere else.

    You are absolutely correct. The first modern-day vestiges of federal coercion took place at Little Rock High School in 1957 with the illegal use of federal troops to enforce the will of the U S government against the majority of citizens who wanted to maintain the status quo–segregation.
    Once government knew that they could get away with their unlawful behavior, by threatening whites by the use of federal troops, all bets were off.
    Fast forward to more recent history when federal troops were used at Ruby Ridge and Mt. Carmel with impunity.
    There is one common denominator–each of these illegal actions violated long-standing “posse comitatus” statutes and was directed against whites…sorta tells you something.

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  • @Jonathan Mason
    It is much more sinister than that. The ultimate aim of the gun laws in this country is to disarm the citizenry to make it easier for our corrupt Republic to impose their totalitarian multicultural utopia on all of us as they continue to engage in wars around the globe in thrall to the territorial ambitions of Zion.

    Exactly! If a cop pulls me over for speeding, I have every right to shoot his ass and go on my way unhindered. Praise the Lord for the Second Amendment.

    Or:
    A town of around 15 000 in Midweast, 95 % whites.
    A new war somewhere abroad, or an escalation of a current one, creates a flood of refugees.
    D.C. decides to take them in. Millions of them. The town above shall get 5 000 of them to settle in.
    People from 5th world country, of alien culture and way of life.

    The people in the town organize demonstrations->nobody cares.
    The people in the town get angry, demonstrations get violent->the State deploy riot police to “pacify” the town.->a couple of guys open fire on police->police return fire->more people start shooting at police->police retreat from the town and block all the entry/exit points.

    D.C. sees it as a VERY bad example. Deploys a Task Force. State police, FBI, some elements of National Guard and some elements of U.S. military. Light armor and helicopters, among other things.
    People in the city:
    1. Fold because apart from a couple of hunting rifles used in the shootouts with police they can’t stop the Task Force. Mass arrests follow. Heavy media coverage of that. Etc.
    2. Get organized to stop the Task Force on imposing D.C. will there. 2000 gun owners there get organized into an unified force.
    D.C. escalates: brings more forces. Heavy propaganda.
    1. People in the town fold.
    2. Another, adjacent, town, does the same. And another. The deployed Task Force, effectively, finds itself surrounded.
    D.C. panics. …………..
    From then on, well…who knows.

    Can’t happen in USA?
    Perhaps.

    Happened, plenty of times, for different reasons mind you, somewhere else.

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    You are absolutely correct. The first modern-day vestiges of federal coercion took place at Little Rock High School in 1957 with the illegal use of federal troops to enforce the will of the U S government against the majority of citizens who wanted to maintain the status quo--segregation.
    Once government knew that they could get away with their unlawful behavior, by threatening whites by the use of federal troops, all bets were off.
    Fast forward to more recent history when federal troops were used at Ruby Ridge and Mt. Carmel with impunity.
    There is one common denominator--each of these illegal actions violated long-standing "posse comitatus" statutes and was directed against whites...sorta tells you something.
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  • @lavoisier

    Simple and indisputable fact: the ultimate aim of all gun laws in this country today is the systematic attempt to disarm Whites in the face of ever escalating violence towards Whites by non Whites. And we need to call out every one of these gun control liars for what they are.
     
    It is much more sinister than that. The ultimate aim of the gun laws in this country is to disarm the citizenry to make it easier for our corrupt Republic to impose their totalitarian multicultural utopia on all of us as they continue to engage in wars around the globe in thrall to the territorial ambitions of Zion.

    The stakes are very high.

    A disarmed citizenry is the goal of any totalitarian government. While I am fearful of the largely black criminal element in my country and their penchant for violence, I am more fearful of the criminals in government who would take away my freedoms for a few shekels.

    It is much more sinister than that. The ultimate aim of the gun laws in this country is to disarm the citizenry to make it easier for our corrupt Republic to impose their totalitarian multicultural utopia on all of us as they continue to engage in wars around the globe in thrall to the territorial ambitions of Zion.

    Exactly! If a cop pulls me over for speeding, I have every right to shoot his ass and go on my way unhindered. Praise the Lord for the Second Amendment.

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    Or:
    A town of around 15 000 in Midweast, 95 % whites.
    A new war somewhere abroad, or an escalation of a current one, creates a flood of refugees.
    D.C. decides to take them in. Millions of them. The town above shall get 5 000 of them to settle in.
    People from 5th world country, of alien culture and way of life.

    The people in the town organize demonstrations->nobody cares.
    The people in the town get angry, demonstrations get violent->the State deploy riot police to "pacify" the town.->a couple of guys open fire on police->police return fire->more people start shooting at police->police retreat from the town and block all the entry/exit points.

    D.C. sees it as a VERY bad example. Deploys a Task Force. State police, FBI, some elements of National Guard and some elements of U.S. military. Light armor and helicopters, among other things.
    People in the city:
    1. Fold because apart from a couple of hunting rifles used in the shootouts with police they can't stop the Task Force. Mass arrests follow. Heavy media coverage of that. Etc.
    2. Get organized to stop the Task Force on imposing D.C. will there. 2000 gun owners there get organized into an unified force.
    D.C. escalates: brings more forces. Heavy propaganda.
    1. People in the town fold.
    2. Another, adjacent, town, does the same. And another. The deployed Task Force, effectively, finds itself surrounded.
    D.C. panics. ..............
    From then on, well...who knows.

    Can't happen in USA?
    Perhaps.

    Happened, plenty of times, for different reasons mind you, somewhere else.
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  • Is Trump deflecting liberal anger towards vidya?

    Outcry as Trump links violence to video games, shows reel with gaming massacre at Moscow airport

    What’s it with these “outcries” lately? It’s become obnoxious.

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  • @theMann
    Hey Tom, maybe you can explain why El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Columbia, and Venezuela all have astronomically higher per capita murder rates, and gun violence rates, than the USA despite strict gun control laws?

    Hey Belle, maybe you can explain why there are higher per capita murder rates in France, Italy, and The Balkans, all of which have strict gun control laws, than there are in the USA?


    Hey maybe any of you, seriously, really any of you, can explain why the America of 1960 had nearly zero gun violence - an America where you could buy a gun via the mail and gun registration didn't exist- with the America of today where an ever expanding collection of restrictions go hand in hand with an ever expanding occurrence of gun violence?


    The greater reality is this: Whites own 80+ % of the guns in the USA, non whites commit, well, we just don't even collect that data any more, but way the hell more than 20 % of the gun violence in America. Simple and indisputable fact: the ultimate aim of all gun laws in this country today is the systematic attempt to disarm Whites in the face of ever escalating violence towards Whites by non Whites. And we need to call out every one of these gun control liars for what they are.

    Simple and indisputable fact: the ultimate aim of all gun laws in this country today is the systematic attempt to disarm Whites in the face of ever escalating violence towards Whites by non Whites. And we need to call out every one of these gun control liars for what they are.

    It is much more sinister than that. The ultimate aim of the gun laws in this country is to disarm the citizenry to make it easier for our corrupt Republic to impose their totalitarian multicultural utopia on all of us as they continue to engage in wars around the globe in thrall to the territorial ambitions of Zion.

    The stakes are very high.

    A disarmed citizenry is the goal of any totalitarian government. While I am fearful of the largely black criminal element in my country and their penchant for violence, I am more fearful of the criminals in government who would take away my freedoms for a few shekels.

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    It is much more sinister than that. The ultimate aim of the gun laws in this country is to disarm the citizenry to make it easier for our corrupt Republic to impose their totalitarian multicultural utopia on all of us as they continue to engage in wars around the globe in thrall to the territorial ambitions of Zion.

    Exactly! If a cop pulls me over for speeding, I have every right to shoot his ass and go on my way unhindered. Praise the Lord for the Second Amendment.

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  • Here’s a thoroughly humdrum figure from the post-9/11 world: this February an estimated 1,294 people were killed in Iraq and another 266 wounded, including ISIS militants, numerous civilians, Iraqi security forces, Kurds, and Turks. Few of them died in major combat, just low-level incidents, suicide bombings, and bodies found in mass graves. And keep in...
  • “… to choose a word that has long been on Carroll’s mind, a “crusade”… ”

    The current use of that word is highly distorted.

    The real Crusades would not have come about had the Muslims not violently seized the Christian Holy Land.

    The European reaction was just.

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  • In the wake of the Parkland massacre, in a land whose citizens own an estimated 265 million guns, half of them in the hands of just 3% of the population, and with mass shootings (four or more people) taking place, on average, nine out of every 10 days, this country is unique among developed nations...
  • First off, what happened in Florida was a terrible, preventable tragedy… but due to the failures of federal, local, and even site based “law enforcement” and “security” (not to mention school administration) it happened. I suspect no rational person would think that particular nut (Cruz)should have any guns. But following the same rationale, why would we expect the corrupt/incompetent FBI to “protect” us from nuts like him when they have demonstrably failed. In a perfect world, guns would be unnecessary. Its not a perfect world.

    In addition, its no accident the 2nd amendment immediately follows the 1st. Without the 2nd, you lose the 1st. Both are under assault as we speak, and if you eliminate the 2nd, say goodbye to the 1st also. As bad as shit is now, it can get MUCH worse.

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  • Here’s a thoroughly humdrum figure from the post-9/11 world: this February an estimated 1,294 people were killed in Iraq and another 266 wounded, including ISIS militants, numerous civilians, Iraqi security forces, Kurds, and Turks. Few of them died in major combat, just low-level incidents, suicide bombings, and bodies found in mass graves. And keep in...
  • Those numbers are not humdrum to me. despite having opposed the effort, I still cringe with some shame over the entire affair.

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  • In the wake of the Parkland massacre, in a land whose citizens own an estimated 265 million guns, half of them in the hands of just 3% of the population, and with mass shootings (four or more people) taking place, on average, nine out of every 10 days, this country is unique among developed nations...
  • Since Mr. Engelhardt looks so favorably upon the “business boycott” (that appears to have already engendered a counter-boycott on which we see little in the Soviet media), that’s my cue to insert this blurb here:

    “One of the first corporations to jump onto the anti-NRA jihad bandwagon was the First National Bank of Omaha (FNBO), which is the parent company of my friendly community bank in DeKalb IL. Of the seven states in which FNBO or its subsidiaries operate —Nebraska, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas— five went for Trump in the 2016 presidential election. Seems like they may have set themselves up for a nasty consumer boycott from here in the heartland. If you are a client/customer of an FNBO affiliate, I strongly encourage you to send a note explaining your likely future banking options to Mr. K. Langin : the FNBO PR flack handling what really should be a major sh*tstorm. You can tell him I sent you. Next up, I’ll see how far I get talking to United Airlines’s PR flacks at their Chicago HQ.”

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  • @llloyd
    I just googled. The murder rate per capita for France was about three times lower than in USA. The rate for Italy was several times lower than in France. That is the era that pre dates the refugee crisis. However that would not make much statistical difference maybe even lower it. The refugees are not into murder. They just want to live there so good reason not to do major crime. The common denomination sadly seems to be the black populations in these countries. If guns were allowed into France on American scale, the statistics would jump dramatically.

    “The refugees are not into murder.”

    Except they are. Their own countries have astronomical murder rates compared to the indigenous population they’re colonizing. These people aren’t separate from the conditions that foster such murder rates in their own countries. In fact, with humans, environment is largely created by the human population. It’s why blacks and other such global south population groups have high crime but especially high violent crime rates and that doesn’t change when you transplant them onto our soil.

    If you gave France the gun laws of America and allowed the firearms to flow in, of course the gun crime rates would go up; but it wouldn’t be the indigenous population doing it, it would be the blacks and browns. Just like in Sweden, it’s not the indigenous population that caused the rape rate to balloon so high that it’s now the rape capital of the northern hemisphere. White Americans–real white Americans–not “Hispanics” and jews like the Parkland shooter that the lying authorities love to categorize as white (see the Sheriff’s most wanted list for a bunch of brown guys named Hernandez and Gonzalez who are supposedly “white”) have similar gun crime rates to European natives in places like Switzerland.

    Magic soil isn’t real. These other peoples don’t magically transform into us even when born in our countries and sent to the exact same schools because my friend evolution is real and biological differences between population groups are also real.

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  • anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    The horse is out of the barn. There’s hundreds of millions of guns already out there. No way to do anything about that fact. The author would be in favor of house-to-house searches of homes by armed government goons to get these guns. We don’t want a police state; perhaps the author does. Fantasy doesn’t do it. We’ve had forty years of the war on drugs and we now have more drugs than ever before.

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  • The warnings were stunning. Just six weeks before Nikolas Cruz killed 14 students and three teachers at his former high school in Parkland, Florida, a woman acquainted with him told the FBI tip line “I know he’s going to explode” and expressed her fear that he might go to a school and begin “shooting the...
  • anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Why are you calling a Hispanic by the name of Cruz a “white male”? Why the link to a story stating that the majority of mass shootings are done by white males when any perusal of the subject shows that non-whites are actually overrepresented for that category? Why this hate mongering against white males? This has gone on too long and has gotten sickening. Cruz isn’t a Muslim, so what? That doesn’t mean we need Muslims at all. This country could function perfectly well without a single Muslim living here but couldn’t function a single day without white males making things run.

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  • In the wake of the Parkland massacre, in a land whose citizens own an estimated 265 million guns, half of them in the hands of just 3% of the population, and with mass shootings (four or more people) taking place, on average, nine out of every 10 days, this country is unique among developed nations...
  • @Jim Christian
    End of the day, these shooters, every one of them, is the product of feminist K-12 education, a divorced single mother, leftist-feminist driven psychiatry and over-prescription of the M&Ms of the depressed lovingly and profitably provided by Big Pharma. So the Left wing in this country creates the nuts, drugs the shit out of them, fails to control them and when they commit atrocities, they want the GUNS taken care of. Right. Check. It isn't going to fly, not in Florida. The rest of us will forget about it.

    Another thing. Getting rid of the guns doesn't get rid of the nuts, the boys are still being marginalized, they won't be happier about it tomorrow than they were last week. Further, get rid of the guns, the nuts will dream of a scheme to blow up an entire school. Guns would look like the least of the problem after a deal like that. It's the school they go to that have them enraged. That makes it the school's failure, not mine. If you're a school system and you have students that want to blow up or shoot up their own school, you, as an educator, fucked UP. Call THEM to account, call the COPS to account and we can even call the FBI to account on this one, as usual. It is all of this the kids running about protesting don't get. Besides, they're likely afraid to call attention to the school. They have to go back there after all.

    If you do not believe that this was a false flag in Florida you are going to be woke soon.

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    False flag or no, the result is predictable. If the idea was to raise a generation of men who can't get pussy who are then so pissed off at society and women in general that they start shooting, I'll buy into that. The Chinese murdered their daughters for a hundred years and here they are with 7 men to every female age 15-50. Those men are called "Empty Branches" and the Chins fill their military with them against their potential of damage to the regime that permitted the infanticide. We've certainly created lots of 'Empty Branches' as a society. Every mass shooter of more than 10 victims was raised by a single mother. Every one of them was an outcast and these pussy-less men can be Asians, White boys, Negros, they aren't men with roots in women or family, they don't have work, prospects or hope. These are the monsters we've created for ourselves.

    The Chinese certainly recognize the danger of men with no roots, the disenfranchised. False flag? I call horseshit on THIS one in Florida, this was just a kid pining for girls he couldn't have and going and killing a slew of them. This kid was brewing his hatred for a long time in their little community. Others of a false flag nature, I gotta see PROOF. Everything can't be a false flag. You can't keep that many secrets. The false flag notion is simply so that we don't have to admit how FAR down the rabbit hole is our society, how depraved, how indifferent, how decayed and how deeply in decline we are. When there is no where left to go for the bottom 20-50% of young men, expect more. A lot more. Many, many more..
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  • Useful idiot lectures dumb racists about the ethics of self-defense from the Killing Fields of her Gun Free Zone. Cambodia is the framework of gun control and useful idiots who support it.

    SAVE THE CHILDREN. DEFUND PUBLIC EDUCATION.

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  • @theMann
    Hey Tom, maybe you can explain why El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Columbia, and Venezuela all have astronomically higher per capita murder rates, and gun violence rates, than the USA despite strict gun control laws?

    Hey Belle, maybe you can explain why there are higher per capita murder rates in France, Italy, and The Balkans, all of which have strict gun control laws, than there are in the USA?


    Hey maybe any of you, seriously, really any of you, can explain why the America of 1960 had nearly zero gun violence - an America where you could buy a gun via the mail and gun registration didn't exist- with the America of today where an ever expanding collection of restrictions go hand in hand with an ever expanding occurrence of gun violence?


    The greater reality is this: Whites own 80+ % of the guns in the USA, non whites commit, well, we just don't even collect that data any more, but way the hell more than 20 % of the gun violence in America. Simple and indisputable fact: the ultimate aim of all gun laws in this country today is the systematic attempt to disarm Whites in the face of ever escalating violence towards Whites by non Whites. And we need to call out every one of these gun control liars for what they are.

    I just googled. The murder rate per capita for France was about three times lower than in USA. The rate for Italy was several times lower than in France. That is the era that pre dates the refugee crisis. However that would not make much statistical difference maybe even lower it. The refugees are not into murder. They just want to live there so good reason not to do major crime. The common denomination sadly seems to be the black populations in these countries. If guns were allowed into France on American scale, the statistics would jump dramatically.

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    "The refugees are not into murder."

    Except they are. Their own countries have astronomical murder rates compared to the indigenous population they're colonizing. These people aren't separate from the conditions that foster such murder rates in their own countries. In fact, with humans, environment is largely created by the human population. It's why blacks and other such global south population groups have high crime but especially high violent crime rates and that doesn't change when you transplant them onto our soil.

    If you gave France the gun laws of America and allowed the firearms to flow in, of course the gun crime rates would go up; but it wouldn't be the indigenous population doing it, it would be the blacks and browns. Just like in Sweden, it's not the indigenous population that caused the rape rate to balloon so high that it's now the rape capital of the northern hemisphere. White Americans--real white Americans--not "Hispanics" and jews like the Parkland shooter that the lying authorities love to categorize as white (see the Sheriff's most wanted list for a bunch of brown guys named Hernandez and Gonzalez who are supposedly "white") have similar gun crime rates to European natives in places like Switzerland.

    Magic soil isn't real. These other peoples don't magically transform into us even when born in our countries and sent to the exact same schools because my friend evolution is real and biological differences between population groups are also real.
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  • When 95% of US firearm murders come from two minorities, blacks and hispanics, you don’t want to deal with that fact. Nor do you want to talk about the cops killing more than 1000 people every year. Instead, you want to take firearms away from everyone else, the very people for whom the 2d Amendment was created. Extremely dishonest, and typical of leftist clowns…..

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  • End of the day, these shooters, every one of them, is the product of feminist K-12 education, a divorced single mother, leftist-feminist driven psychiatry and over-prescription of the M&Ms of the depressed lovingly and profitably provided by Big Pharma. So the Left wing in this country creates the nuts, drugs the shit out of them, fails to control them and when they commit atrocities, they want the GUNS taken care of. Right. Check. It isn’t going to fly, not in Florida. The rest of us will forget about it.

    Another thing. Getting rid of the guns doesn’t get rid of the nuts, the boys are still being marginalized, they won’t be happier about it tomorrow than they were last week. Further, get rid of the guns, the nuts will dream of a scheme to blow up an entire school. Guns would look like the least of the problem after a deal like that. It’s the school they go to that have them enraged. That makes it the school’s failure, not mine. If you’re a school system and you have students that want to blow up or shoot up their own school, you, as an educator, fucked UP. Call THEM to account, call the COPS to account and we can even call the FBI to account on this one, as usual. It is all of this the kids running about protesting don’t get. Besides, they’re likely afraid to call attention to the school. They have to go back there after all.

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    • Replies: @stopislaminUSA
    If you do not believe that this was a false flag in Florida you are going to be woke soon.
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  • Hey Tom, maybe you can explain why El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Columbia, and Venezuela all have astronomically higher per capita murder rates, and gun violence rates, than the USA despite strict gun control laws?

    Hey Belle, maybe you can explain why there are higher per capita murder rates in France, Italy, and The Balkans, all of which have strict gun control laws, than there are in the USA?

    Hey maybe any of you, seriously, really any of you, can explain why the America of 1960 had nearly zero gun violence – an America where you could buy a gun via the mail and gun registration didn’t exist- with the America of today where an ever expanding collection of restrictions go hand in hand with an ever expanding occurrence of gun violence?

    The greater reality is this: Whites own 80+ % of the guns in the USA, non whites commit, well, we just don’t even collect that data any more, but way the hell more than 20 % of the gun violence in America. Simple and indisputable fact: the ultimate aim of all gun laws in this country today is the systematic attempt to disarm Whites in the face of ever escalating violence towards Whites by non Whites. And we need to call out every one of these gun control liars for what they are.

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    • Replies: @llloyd
    I just googled. The murder rate per capita for France was about three times lower than in USA. The rate for Italy was several times lower than in France. That is the era that pre dates the refugee crisis. However that would not make much statistical difference maybe even lower it. The refugees are not into murder. They just want to live there so good reason not to do major crime. The common denomination sadly seems to be the black populations in these countries. If guns were allowed into France on American scale, the statistics would jump dramatically.
    , @lavoisier

    Simple and indisputable fact: the ultimate aim of all gun laws in this country today is the systematic attempt to disarm Whites in the face of ever escalating violence towards Whites by non Whites. And we need to call out every one of these gun control liars for what they are.
     
    It is much more sinister than that. The ultimate aim of the gun laws in this country is to disarm the citizenry to make it easier for our corrupt Republic to impose their totalitarian multicultural utopia on all of us as they continue to engage in wars around the globe in thrall to the territorial ambitions of Zion.

    The stakes are very high.

    A disarmed citizenry is the goal of any totalitarian government. While I am fearful of the largely black criminal element in my country and their penchant for violence, I am more fearful of the criminals in government who would take away my freedoms for a few shekels.

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  • In that context, let a high school teacher, Belle Chesler, take you inside an all-American school-cum-shooting-gallery of our era and clue you in as to what a grown-up thinks about the nature of American life while locked down in the dark with her students.

    Is she not safe inside her 1,000 foot radius gun free zone?

    Gun-Free School Zones Act of 1990
    The law applies to public, private, and parochial elementary schools and high schools, and to non-private property within 1000 feet of them.

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  • The warnings were stunning. Just six weeks before Nikolas Cruz killed 14 students and three teachers at his former high school in Parkland, Florida, a woman acquainted with him told the FBI tip line “I know he’s going to explode” and expressed her fear that he might go to a school and begin “shooting the...
  • Some sort of Mestizo-Jew shot up a school
    Therefore we should allow millions of 85IQ third worlders into America

    Q.E.D.

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  • In the wake of the Parkland massacre, in a land whose citizens own an estimated 265 million guns, half of them in the hands of just 3% of the population, and with mass shootings (four or more people) taking place, on average, nine out of every 10 days, this country is unique among developed nations...
  • Yawn. What exactly is the rationale for demanding that US gun violence rates be compared only with so-called “developed countries” when a substantial portion of the American population comes from ethnicities whose ancestral countries have very high rates of violence? This is an elephant in the room that people like Mr. Englehardt work hard to ignore.

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  • The warnings were stunning. Just six weeks before Nikolas Cruz killed 14 students and three teachers at his former high school in Parkland, Florida, a woman acquainted with him told the FBI tip line “I know he’s going to explode” and expressed her fear that he might go to a school and begin “shooting the...
  • I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: “We got our own crazies, but let’s import some more!” isn’t exactly a compelling argument.

    Support for mass immigration into the West has only one main motivation – a malignant, irrational, genocidal, hatred of white people. The people who push it are racists, or quislings who collaborate with the racists in power for money and position (Republican/Conservative leaders) or out of fear (the Republican/Conservative rank and file). Both the introduction to the article and the article itself drips with that hatred. Hatred so deep that it is willing to embrace the project of turning sections of the West into sharia law zones. Hatred so deep it is willing to mitigate Islamic terrorism and Muslim crime in the West. In the war against whitey any ally will do. Mitigating Muslim terrorism and crime is a tool meant to help keep the borders open, a tool to keep the program of genocide through racist colonialism going against the West.

    Let’s set the cultural and physical genocide aside for the moment. All of these foreigners will vote as racial blocs and put anti-white, far left politicians in power and those politicians will butcher the First and Second Amendments and other traditional freedoms. Which would you rather have, freedom or the “benefits” of diversity? A government and society built on even worse white-hating racism than the present ones? Will that bring anything but misery to you and your family? What people have ever benefited by having their land, government and institutions taken over by hostile foreigners?

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  • You want to see “blowback” in action? That's easy enough. All you need is a vague sense of how Google Search works. Then type into it phrases like “warmest years,” “rising sea levels,” “melting ice,” “lengthening wildfire season,” or “future climate refugees,” and you’ll find yourself immersed in the grimmest of blowback universes. It’s a...
  • @EliteCommInc.
    I have no comment about whether or not Osama Bin Laden was a genius.

    It is on the record that he engaged in acts of terror as an attempt to get the US to pursue him. He believed that outside of her normal defensive territories, he could expose her weakness, even defeat her.

    Now if you are in the camp that is convinced the entire affair was a government cabal -- then it doesn't really matter, in your view.

    I have no comment about whether or not Osama Bin Laden was a genius.

    Well, the whole Bin Laden conversation is just a distraction and a waste of time.

    If you want to understand what the JFK assassination was about, it is a total waste of time to study Lee Harvey Oswald. Similarly, if you want to study 9/11, this Bin Laden character is just a distraction. This just leads you nowhere.

    These people are just the patsies in the story. Anybody who makes a serious in-depth study of these events understands this. So, I was wondering what is up with an author like this Engelhardt putting out these kinds of red herrings. I think he’s some sort of shill.

    It is on the record that he engaged in acts of terror as an attempt to get the US to pursue him

    They’ve been telling us this story for 16, going on 17 years now. But where is the proof? Maybe you’d like to summarize the strongest evidence available that this Osama Bin Laden character was really behind the 9/11 attacks.

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  • @Jonathan Revusky

    Talk about the endless ramifications of blowback. It was bin Laden’s genius ...blah blah... In an act of pure wizardry, bin Laden blah blah
     
    Ahh, blow it out your ass, Tommy Boy....

    I really resent all this pathetic left gatekeeper bullshit about the "genius" of the patsy Bin Laden and the so-called "blowback" phenomenon. It's just a bunch of discredited bullshit that has no place in a serious forum for honest discussion. I don't know whether this Engelhardt is just stupid or is an intel agency asset spreading disinfo as part of his job. I can't prove it one way or the other and there is the argument that one should give people the benefit of the doubt, but my gut sense increasingly is that this kind of person is a shill of some sort.

    I have no comment about whether or not Osama Bin Laden was a genius.

    It is on the record that he engaged in acts of terror as an attempt to get the US to pursue him. He believed that outside of her normal defensive territories, he could expose her weakness, even defeat her.

    Now if you are in the camp that is convinced the entire affair was a government cabal — then it doesn’t really matter, in your view.

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    I have no comment about whether or not Osama Bin Laden was a genius.
     
    Well, the whole Bin Laden conversation is just a distraction and a waste of time.

    If you want to understand what the JFK assassination was about, it is a total waste of time to study Lee Harvey Oswald. Similarly, if you want to study 9/11, this Bin Laden character is just a distraction. This just leads you nowhere.

    These people are just the patsies in the story. Anybody who makes a serious in-depth study of these events understands this. So, I was wondering what is up with an author like this Engelhardt putting out these kinds of red herrings. I think he's some sort of shill.

    It is on the record that he engaged in acts of terror as an attempt to get the US to pursue him
     
    They've been telling us this story for 16, going on 17 years now. But where is the proof? Maybe you'd like to summarize the strongest evidence available that this Osama Bin Laden character was really behind the 9/11 attacks.
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  • The warnings were stunning. Just six weeks before Nikolas Cruz killed 14 students and three teachers at his former high school in Parkland, Florida, a woman acquainted with him told the FBI tip line “I know he’s going to explode” and expressed her fear that he might go to a school and begin “shooting the...
  • Total BS and pathetic —- President Trump just put forth a proposal to allow almost 2 million illegal dreamers to stay in our country. So much for his war on the poor brown and black huddled masses trying to be free BS. Just call a spade a spade and admit that those huddled masses are invading our country illegally. And yes they are shooting up our people. What about the BLM war on cops, San Bernadino, the Pulse Nightclub, etc. Indeed most of the mass shootings that take place have been done by wackos on the left or by mentally unfit folks who don’t even know what planet they are on. And by the way Cruz was a Latino so put that in you’re race-baiting pipe and smoke it.

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  • You want to see “blowback” in action? That's easy enough. All you need is a vague sense of how Google Search works. Then type into it phrases like “warmest years,” “rising sea levels,” “melting ice,” “lengthening wildfire season,” or “future climate refugees,” and you’ll find yourself immersed in the grimmest of blowback universes. It’s a...
  • Talk about the endless ramifications of blowback. It was bin Laden’s genius …blah blah… In an act of pure wizardry, bin Laden blah blah

    Ahh, blow it out your ass, Tommy Boy….

    I really resent all this pathetic left gatekeeper bullshit about the “genius” of the patsy Bin Laden and the so-called “blowback” phenomenon. It’s just a bunch of discredited bullshit that has no place in a serious forum for honest discussion. I don’t know whether this Engelhardt is just stupid or is an intel agency asset spreading disinfo as part of his job. I can’t prove it one way or the other and there is the argument that one should give people the benefit of the doubt, but my gut sense increasingly is that this kind of person is a shill of some sort.

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    • Replies: @EliteCommInc.
    I have no comment about whether or not Osama Bin Laden was a genius.

    It is on the record that he engaged in acts of terror as an attempt to get the US to pursue him. He believed that outside of her normal defensive territories, he could expose her weakness, even defeat her.

    Now if you are in the camp that is convinced the entire affair was a government cabal -- then it doesn't really matter, in your view.
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  • If you can keep your head
    while all about you are losing theirs
    and blaming it on
    … ” somebody, anybody, just point that finger and you’ll be sure to get an audience.

    There are plenty of examples of misfeasance and malfeasance in the world, but it is still just a world that is overpopulated by a fractious social animal with the power to do immense damage to itself and its environment.

    You can spend your time and energy playing the blame game or you can spend them thinking about how you are going to survive the cull.

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