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    One recurrent element in Sabrina Rubin Erdely's blood libel in Rolling Stone on the University of Virginia is her resentment of how much the blond and tanned students respect UVA's founder Thomas Jefferson. Sabrina may have lost the battle to the tune of a $2 million libel judgment against her, but her war on Jefferson...
  • @Romanian

    The problem with Orange County is it has become way too Asian. Many parts of the county are starting to racially look like The San Gabriel Valley.
     
    This made me lol. It really shows how you can internalize a shitty situation as being part of the ordinary landscape. Just like most of you have accepted that 1965 is a done deal and that you can't even go back to pre-2000 demographics. I was expecting you to say that parts of the country look like China or Korea or whatever, and then you say San Gabriel Valley, that birthing place of the Asian aborigine :)

    1 million Chinese immigrants to Romania would do a lot of good for the host country. Both Portugal and Latvia now have buy-property-get-citizenship programs with the Chinese in mind.

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  • @Njguy73
    Homeschooling and online college.

    Thank you and good night.

    Nope, that is a retreat. These are our public spaces our ancestors established for us to defend.

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  • Speaking of Left Wing witch hunts on dead pale males both non fictional and fictional, would the song Tom Sawyer by the Canadian band Rush be considered a racist microaggression in today’s PC climate on steroids?

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  • @Anon
    "Part of the problem is that today’s leftist college students are the product of three generations of radicals."

    It's like radical version of Pokemon Go or Pokemon Prog.

    It used to be kids hunted for eggs on Easter.

    But now they hunt for 'racists', and since there aren't any, you gotta play games like KKK at Oberlin or Nazi rape gang at UVA or whatever.

    This is why Pepe as meme is so funny. It's a riff on the cartoonishness of the so-called Left.
    And these progs fell for the frog.

    Alt Right put some fashy symbols on the frog, and LOL ROTFL college professors began to give lectures on the EVIL meaning of Pepe. They got trolled.

    Hate Hoaxes are like a game. Someone makes a fake hoax, and a game starts to hunt down the 'racist', 'nazi', or 'homophobe'. And even though these progs throw fits and recoil in horror, they are turned on by the game of it. It's their version of fox hunting.

    Hate Hoax is like Snoopy as the Mad Punter.

    https://collectpeanuts.com/comicstrips/livesofsnoopy/241345.full.gif

    And I think the homo and tranny stuff made it all the sillier.

    Left was sometimes nutty and shrill in the past, but the themes at least held some moral gravitas: Civil Rights, Vietnam War, Poverty, and etc.

    Now, when so much of proggism is invested in trigger warnings about not being called the right gender, it has turned Twigglypuff. No wonder they freak out about halloween costumes.

    Also, there is increasing friction with the Movement because all these groups have such different racial, economic, and cultural backgrounds and goals. But they are all supposed to worship Diversity. So, even though they can't stand each other, they must pretend to do so... and find some way to twist all their frustrations and dump blame on whitey.

    I think that black girl who went nuts at Yale over halloween costumes is really pissed that all these immigrants and homos are pushing blacks to the back of the bus. But since Diversity is sacrosanct, she can't bitch about that. So, her fury blows up at white male over something totally inane.

    Left was sometimes nutty and shrill in the past, but the themes at least held some moral gravitas: Civil Rights, Vietnam War, Poverty, and etc.

    Now, when so much of proggism is invested in trigger warnings about not being called the right gender, it has turned Twigglypuff. No wonder they freak out about halloween costumes.

    A great point, among many that you make.

    We really should put Jerelyn Luther on the $20.

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  • @Opinionator
    To be fair, it is a public institution. They could argue that they are already forced to pay for it.

    Does anyone have a sense of how well U.Va. would fare as a private institution?

    Sorry I’m late to this party, but public support at the University of Virginia lately ranges from 6% to 10% of the institution’s budget, depending on the year. So it’s almost private already, though Richmond will never let it go. In the legal sense, that is.

    http://www.virginia.edu/facts

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/how-much-state-funding-does-the-university-of-virginia-receive/2013/09/12/fb999782-1baf-11e3-82ef-a059e54c49d0_story.html

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  • @Jack D
    Not to mention that the Angles and the Saxons were originally Germanic (as were the Dutch). Anglo Saxon says too little and too much. I suppose it is meant to exclude the Scots-Irish mountain folk, who are white and Protestant but not WASP but on the other hand the Welsh and Scotch qualify as WASP without having any Saxon blood. Maybe WASP, like race itself, is a "social construct" - you know a WASP when you see him (by his whale pants). Or perhaps Baltzell's alternative name , the "Protestant Establishment" should give you a clue - there are plenty of people who are white AND Anglo AND Protestant but still not WASP. But PE doesn't have the same ring.

    It was Baltzell's thesis, BTW, that Philadelphia WASPs (of which he was one) had never really carried their weight intellectually (in contrast to Boston) and that WASPs in general were in decline and since WWII had been passed intellectually by Jews and by a sort of meritocracy.

    If you know about (one theory of) dog behavior, dogs really prefer you, their master, to be the alpha, but if they see that there is no alpha around, they will start acting like alphas because the most dangerous thing to a pack of dogs is being leaderless - SOMEONE has got to be the alpha. I think this dynamic explains a lot about postwar America - once the WASPs lost their confidence to rule, all hell broke loose. Putin talks about this in Russia - in his view the biggest sin a leader can commit is to drop the reins of power because that's when chaos breaks out and millions suffer.

    “…WASPs in general were in decline and since WWII had been passed intellectually by Jews and by a sort of meritocracy.

    If you know about (one theory of) dog behavior, dogs really prefer you, their master, to be the alpha, but if they see that there is no alpha around, they will start acting like alphas because the most dangerous thing to a pack of dogs is being leaderless – SOMEONE has got to be the alpha.

    I think this dynamic explains a lot about postwar America – once the WASPs lost their confidence to rule, all hell broke loose.

    So, Tzadk, who’s alpha dogging, wagging the tail, or doing whatever you call it, to this country for the last 40 years?

    I mean somebody had to do all that leadership that WASP wouldn’t, right?
    Otherwise, the strawberry fields would continue to rot forever and ever in this country.

    Who, whom,who, whom,who, whom???

    Also, be so kind and, before you start flinging pellet poopsicles from ADL arsenal, go find out what Ron Unz says about the merit of meritocracy in modern day America.

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  • @backup

    White Americans in general do not think nor act along these lines, nor should they be demanded by Alt-Right elites or anti-cuck talking heads that they must behave in a prescribed manner.
     
    That mentality seems to be changing, doesn't it? We see in the US and Europe a colossal change of mind.

    “That mentality seems to be changing, doesn’t it? We see in the US and Europe a colossal change of mind.”

    Colossal change of mind in terms of the American voter, with non-college educated whites being the tipping point, putting in a non-politician in large part for ideological reasons.

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  • @Gabriel M
    So, err, you admit that this petition has nothing to with anti-gentilism. I'm not bitter, as I say, everyone's got to earn a living.

    Here's an example of something that fits into two recent themes of Sailer: campus craziness and the suppression of free speech.

    https://www.jihadwatch.org/2016/11/pro-israel-artist-threatened-with-5-years-in-jail-for-anti-terror-posters-at-gmu

    But no $$$ in that.

    I think you are missing the point. #antigentilism and #ImwithHavenMonahan have been the hashtags associated with any UVA story since December, 2014. They are attached to any story featuring UVA, regardless of actual content.

    It’s not Steve Sailer’s fault that this silly oneupmanship intersectional rank pulling petition emanated from UVA. Nevertheless, since UVA has become an instition that folks around here view quizzically, it’s only fair that Steve referenced the petition.

    I get your point and I concur about your story of the (sounds like) Russian Jewish guy who was criminally charged for putting up posters at George Mason. It is absolutely true that Jewish interests (as long as they are perceived as identical to Zionist and/or Israeli interests) are very much threatened by the current PC climate in colleges and universities. Steve has actually written about this more than once.

    However, that shoe was formerly on the other foot, and there was a time when Jews foolishly endorsed censoring free speech on campuses, the most recent incident I have in mind concerns a rescinded invitation to allow the late anti-Zionist Tony Judt to speak at NYU some ten years ago.

    My personal preference is that colleges and universities should allow all manner of speech, albeit with a volume control. If we can agree on that much, then we are in agreement about the fact that pro-Zionism is no longer “tolerated” speech on campuses.

    The part about your post I did not like was your insinuation that Steve was only using the referenced hashtags to get money from anti-Semites. I don’t think that applies in this case, and I consider that kind of accusation mean spirited and deliberately provocative. Best Regards.

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  • @SPMoore8
    Actually, if you have followed this blog with anything but an ethno-centric obsession, you would know that the only reason why Sailer has a #antigentilism hashtag is because Sabrina Rubin Erdeley is obviously Jewish and when she wrote her article about "Jackie" she also very obviously slurred UVA, and moreover described the putatively predominant blue eyed blond flavor of the campus. In similar ways he quoted a poem "University" by "Karl Shapiro" which also showed a distinct animus towards UVA, and couched it in terms of hostility to blacks, Jews, and Deliverance-level incest, and he has also observed other Jewish creative people demonstrating not only a weird hostility to non-Jews (e.g., the guy who made "Mad Men") but also an equally weird sense of persecution among Jewish Americans (Peter Beinart's tweet quoted elsewhere).

    Is there something -- here? -- WRT to Jews having this odd obsession with non-Jews? "Anti-gentilism" may not be the best choice of words but it's the only thing we have at the moment.

    So #antigentilism

    along with #HavenMonahan are default hashtags having to do with #UVA, which is why they were listed in the article.

    Now, in terms of the petition itself, I believe it was drafted by an AA woman on the Psychology Department staff, and I don't think she's Jewish. Another member of that department, named Dodd (not very Jewish sounding to me) is the husband of "Lawrie" and while the first name is odd (short for "Lawrence"? Like her parents wanted a son? Life she was named after some radical Jewish something? Like who?) and Balfour isn't Jewish, no matter what declarations one might make. (I think she's kind of cute, but then, I'm old.)

    http://politics.virginia.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/pt1.jpg

    So, not to disappoint you, but I don't think Steve's post has anything to do with (((Jews))) or catering to people who don't like them. If someone wants to be promiscuous in their uses of parentheses, that's on them.

    So, err, you admit that this petition has nothing to with anti-gentilism. I’m not bitter, as I say, everyone’s got to earn a living.

    Here’s an example of something that fits into two recent themes of Sailer: campus craziness and the suppression of free speech.

    https://www.jihadwatch.org/2016/11/pro-israel-artist-threatened-with-5-years-in-jail-for-anti-terror-posters-at-gmu

    But no $$$ in that.

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    I think you are missing the point. #antigentilism and #ImwithHavenMonahan have been the hashtags associated with any UVA story since December, 2014. They are attached to any story featuring UVA, regardless of actual content.

    It's not Steve Sailer's fault that this silly oneupmanship intersectional rank pulling petition emanated from UVA. Nevertheless, since UVA has become an instition that folks around here view quizzically, it's only fair that Steve referenced the petition.

    I get your point and I concur about your story of the (sounds like) Russian Jewish guy who was criminally charged for putting up posters at George Mason. It is absolutely true that Jewish interests (as long as they are perceived as identical to Zionist and/or Israeli interests) are very much threatened by the current PC climate in colleges and universities. Steve has actually written about this more than once.

    However, that shoe was formerly on the other foot, and there was a time when Jews foolishly endorsed censoring free speech on campuses, the most recent incident I have in mind concerns a rescinded invitation to allow the late anti-Zionist Tony Judt to speak at NYU some ten years ago.

    My personal preference is that colleges and universities should allow all manner of speech, albeit with a volume control. If we can agree on that much, then we are in agreement about the fact that pro-Zionism is no longer "tolerated" speech on campuses.

    The part about your post I did not like was your insinuation that Steve was only using the referenced hashtags to get money from anti-Semites. I don't think that applies in this case, and I consider that kind of accusation mean spirited and deliberately provocative. Best Regards.
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  • @Corvinus
    People here have to keep in mind that it is the Coalition of the Left fringe groups who make these demands, not liberals in general. But, to the Alt Right, it much easier for there narrative to make in-roads by neglecting to make this distinction.

    "I’m not talking about some civil war fantasy. I simply mean European Americans doing what Jews (and Mormons) have always done. Set up European American business groups, charities, schools/cultural centers, lobbies, think tanks, etc. Look out for your own. Promote your people’s interests."

    White Americans in general do not think nor act along these lines, nor should they be demanded by Alt-Right elites or anti-cuck talking heads that they must behave in a prescribed manner.

    Feel free to exercise your liberty to carve out that niche for you and your like-minded friends.

    "When a politician, member of the media, academic or business person from another race/ethnicity/religion says something disparaging against European Americans, you fight back and you fight back hard. You also don’t forget. I want that guy (or business or organization) to still be having problems a decade or two later because of that comment."

    You are well within your freedom to disassociate yourself from reality.

    "A peaceful European nation within a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-religious country. How that country-in-name-only goes won’t be that important. We’ll have our nation that insulates us."

    What happens when most whites rejects this proposition? How do you force them to "come around" your line of thinking?

    "Time to build a new European American nation."

    You go, girlfriend!

    White Americans in general do not think nor act along these lines, nor should they be demanded by Alt-Right elites or anti-cuck talking heads that they must behave in a prescribed manner.

    That mentality seems to be changing, doesn’t it? We see in the US and Europe a colossal change of mind.

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    "That mentality seems to be changing, doesn’t it? We see in the US and Europe a colossal change of mind."

    Colossal change of mind in terms of the American voter, with non-college educated whites being the tipping point, putting in a non-politician in large part for ideological reasons.
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  • @Citizen of a Silly Country
    "White Americans in general do not think nor act along these lines,"

    They used to. And why do you think that some don't any more? Did they "evolve" as your types like to say? No. They've been punished for showing any racial solidarity.

    The minute that whites realize that they can show pride in being European and have some back-up, a great number will do so. Many won't. So what. That's their choice. However, if you think that in a world where European Americans are free to choose between joining their fellow whites or being shunned by them and thus being forced to spend their time with the Coalition of the Fringes that a very large majority of European Americans won't choose their own, you're crazy.

    For decades, liberal whites have been able to have their cake and eat it too. They can trash on their fellow Badwhites while still getting to work with them instead of blacks and browns, send their kids to school with Badwhite kids instead of blacks and browns, etc. End that deal, and you'll see many Goodwhite children choose our side.

    The vast majority of whites don't want to be excluded from other whites.

    "Feel free to exercise your liberty to carve out that niche for you and your like-minded friends."

    That's the idea. Granted, at the moment, it's just that, an idea. But it has a chance, and that possibility is terrifying to people like you because you know what life without pliable whites would like like. Liberia anyone.

    "You are well within your freedom to disassociate yourself from reality."

    Jews have lasted for thousands of years by rejecting your reality. The Amish also are doing quite well.

    There's no commandment that says whites need to fade away. It's up to us. God know blacks and Hispanics can't stop us if we decide to close ranks. You guys are just props in the Goodwhite-Badwhite civil war. Don't you know that?

    "What happens when most whites rejects this proposition? How do you force them to “come around” your line of thinking?"

    If even a third of European Americans over the course of the next couple of generations (this is a very long process) choose this path - and it likely will be more - that's 60 million people - about the size of France or Britain. I think that I can live with that.

    As to the other European Americans who choose not associate with us, what about them? They can do what they want. However, as they look at our neighborhoods, our schools, our baseball leagues, our business clubs, our community centers, etc, and compare those to the run-down, dangerous public counter-parts filled with people who neither look like them nor act like them, I suspect that they will quickly change their tune. If not, good for them. Enjoy the multi-culti world. It's just not my world.

    God didn't create the United States. God didn't create the current system in this country. Like everything else in history, this too shall pass. Indeed, no multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-religious country has ever survived too long without one group being in charge. (Heck, you typically only need one of those three to destroy a country, so truly and utterly screwed.)

    "You go, girlfriend!"

    That's what they told Trump. Probably told Jews the same thing about a homeland a hundred years ago.

    Now, if you'll excuse me, I need to start checking some things out and making some calls. Even if I fail, there will be others. Something has changed. And I for one am not going back.

    Good luck, Corvinus. And I mean that. Showing pride in your own people and choosing the live, work and play with them doesn't mean hating other peoples. I wish you well. I just don't want you in my world, so I will begin the long process of shutting you out. Maybe I'll fail, but at least I tried.

    But the one thing that I know is that the vast - yes, the vast - majority of whites, even a large portion of Goodwhites, don't want to be around blacks and Hispanics. They just don't. It's why they're punished so hard. If they ever get the chance to separate from you, they'll rejoice and move in droves.

    You know that's the truth, and all of your attempts at being clever, will never change that fact.

    “They used to. And why do you think that some don’t any more? Did they “evolve” as your types like to say? No. They’ve been punished for showing any racial solidarity.”

    No, whites historically thought of themselves as being part of a European ethnic group. The Age of Imperialism (late 1800′s) put into play this white vs. non-white meme.

    “The minute that whites realize that they can show pride in being European and have some back-up, a great number will do so. Many won’t. So what.”

    Whites in America are mutts. They refer to themselves as Americans, not white Europeans. They are still mindful, however, of their heritage.

    “That’s their choice. However, if you think that in a world where European Americans are free to choose between joining their fellow whites or being shunned by them and thus being forced to spend their time with the Coalition of the Fringes that a very large majority of European Americans won’t choose their own, you’re crazy.”

    You are assuming that whites will inevitably shun their fellow whites for not joining up with them against nonwhites.

    “For decades, liberal whites have been able to have their cake and eat it too. They can trash on their fellow Badwhites while still getting to work with them instead of blacks and browns, send their kids to school with Badwhite kids instead of blacks and browns, etc. End that deal, and you’ll see many Goodwhite children choose our side.”

    How do you even define “badwhites and goodwhites”? Are you not saying that race is a social construct when insisting these groups exist?

    “The vast majority of whites don’t want to be excluded from other whites.”

    Prove it. Give me hard core evidence of this phenomenon or retract.

    “That’s the idea. Granted, at the moment, it’s just that, an idea. But it has a chance, and that possibility is terrifying to people like you because you know what life without pliable whites would like like. Liberia anyone.”

    Again, you assume that whites are going to be in lockstep with your idea. It hasn’t been that way. Look at slavery. Badwhites overtook Goodwhites on this issue.

    “Jews have lasted for thousands of years by rejecting your reality. The Amish also are doing quite well.”

    Exceptions to the rule. Unique circumstances.

    “God know blacks and Hispanics can’t stop us if we decide to close ranks.”

    God promotes good will among all men. Race is not one’s uniform in His eyes. Don’t you know that?

    “You guys are just props in the Goodwhite-Badwhite civil war. Don’t you know that?”

    There is no civil war between whites. It is conjured up by the Alt Right.

    “If even a third of European Americans over the course of the next couple of generations (this is a very long process) choose this path – and it likely will be more – that’s 60 million people – about the size of France or Britain. I think that I can live with that.”

    It is not likely. It may or may not happen. You are being overly dramatic.

    “As to the other European Americans who choose not associate with us, what about them? They can do what they want. However, as they look at our neighborhoods, our schools, our baseball leagues, our business clubs, our community centers, etc, and compare those to the run-down, dangerous public counter-parts filled with people who neither look like them nor act like them, I suspect that they will quickly change their tune. If not, good for them. Enjoy the multi-culti world. It’s just not my world.”

    Those neighborhoods, schools, baseball leagues, business clubs, ec. are ALL of ours, i.e. the citizens of America.

    “God didn’t create the United States. God didn’t create the current system in this country.”

    But God commanded that his followers adhere to his creation. Are you an adherent to Christ?

    “But the one thing that I know is that the vast – yes, the vast – majority of whites, even a large portion of Goodwhites, don’t want to be around blacks and Hispanics. They just don’t. It’s why they’re punished so hard. If they ever get the chance to separate from you, they’ll rejoice and move in droves.”

    No, a minority of whites feel that way. If that be the case, the Civil Rights Movement would have never occurred, with professional sports and the corporate world today reflecting your distorted worldview.

    “You know that’s the truth, and all of your attempts at being clever, will never change that fact.”

    It’s YOUR truth, not the actual truth.

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  • @Lagertha
    you always insist on taking everything out of context, and proceed to lecture anyone about history that is either wrong, irrelevant, disjointed, or just plain goofy whenever someone says something off the top of their head. You never listen (read & think before responding) to what people are actually saying; probably, because, as I said in the past to you: you believe in nothing, just antagonizing people to approve your point of view. Always trying to convince people you've got it right; it's so naive, and kinda' sad. I find you too bi-polar, and probably not as worldly as me - I can tell. So, your senseless chirping at strangers like me, and others, on Steve's site is really, boring. Your last line, says it all. Out of courtesy, I replied...but no more after this.

    “you always insist on taking everything out of context, and proceed to lecture anyone about history that is either wrong, irrelevant, disjointed, or just plain goofy whenever someone says something off the top of their head.”

    Why don’t you offer up a particular instance rather than virtue signaling?

    “You never listen (read & think before responding) to what people are actually saying; probably, because, as I said in the past to you: you believe in nothing, just antagonizing people to approve your point of view.”

    So, if I believe in nothing, how am I able to convince people of my point of view?

    “I find you too bi-polar, and probably not as worldly as me – I can tell.”

    From a blog site? Hardly.

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  • @Gabriel M
    Whatever. If I took a Peter Beinhart article about the poor wee Palestinians and posted it in Taki's mag, you'd think it was the best thing ever.

    Never forget!

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  • @The Last Real Calvinist

    Leftists live in a perpetual present, denying ancestors and eating its children. They are pseudo intellectuals living out the high time preference of the ghetto: “We want the world and we want it now!”

     

    Interesting comment, but I disagree, mostly. Leftists seem to me to live in constant expectation of an eventual utopia, made possible by revolution. This anticipated reclaiming of an Edenic paradise is a cornerstone of Marxism, both the original and now the cultural versions, and it's a heresy that is parasitic on Christian eschatology.

    The problem is, in the Christian narrative God makes covenants with real people, i.e. first the Jews, and then the Church, who work out His will in gratitude and obedience to Him. In the Leftist heresy, there's no God, so there's no covenant; instead, it's blind historical forces -- e.g. Obama's grotesquely vapid 'the arc of history' -- that somehow will 'bend' toward the inevitable utopia (you can hear echos of Darwin's theory and its tacit teleology here as well).

    So when an impersonal but irresistible force is driving history, there's not much need for individuals to worry about their ancestors or their progeny. That's for the Neanderthals who still believe in the covenant.

    On the other hand, another commenter pointed out that the difference between progressives and marxists is that for the former, there is no end state. In the end perhaps I’m just being a commenter in search of a maxim.

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  • @Anon
    Part of the problem is that today's leftist college students are the product of three generations of radicals. You start with 2 people who met up at some '60s protest, and they had kids in the early '70s. These kids in turn met more radical leftists at college and married them, and in turn had kids in the mid-to-latter half of the '90s. Today's college kids are the children of two previous generations of these nutjobs, and any dog breeder could have told you what's going to happen.

    Their genes are going downhill. Assortive mating of a type that did not exist in earlier generations is producing people with concentrated neurotic tendencies, poor reality checkers, proneness to hysteria, and emotionally instability. I'd diagnose a lot of these protesters as having borderline or histrionic personality disorders. They're escalating their behaviors because they don't feel 'real' or validated as people unless they're getting attention at a riot.

    At least the radicals of the 1960s had a sane goal. The men didn't want to be drafted and die in the Vietnam war, and I can understand that. Who'd want to be killed in some godforsaken place right when the US is beginning to produce sex, drugs, rock and roll, and economic prosperity?

    But the grandkids? They're protesting not being given purple markers so they can draw out their anguish at Trump being elected president. And about trannies not having access to womens' bathrooms.

    How have the mighty fallen.

    There is some good evidence, based on twin studies, that political opinion is heritable. Considering the stark differences in birth rates between the left and the right inevitably liberals will become a minority among whites.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4038932/

    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/katherine-baldwin/feminine-mystique-is-this-all_b_2688263.html

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  • @Anonymous
    Hey Steve, this Observer article quotes you extensively...and approvingly I'd say.

    http://observer.com/2016/11/americas-emerging-nationalism-crisis/

    Ironic because this is Kushner's paper and today Politico briefing says Kushner convinced DJT to install Preibus. Which really pisses me off. Politico claims Kushner has the last word with Donald.

    If the Trump presidency is led off the rails by a crypto-liberal consigliere it will be the last straw.

    Ironic because this is Kushner’s paper and today Politico briefing says Kushner convinced DJT to install Preibus. Which really pisses me off. Politico claims Kushner has the last word with Donald.

    Preibus is a great unsung hero of this election, been saying that since Trump’s meeting with him in DC so long ago…

    I wasn’t at all surprised to see him at the victory speech and now as chief of staff.

    It is a great choice. Preibus is a man of integrity/principle.

    He is the only one that stood between the RNC/GOPe doing to Trump what the DNC did to Sanders.

    And tactically, Preibus, Wisconsin R, in tight with Ryan, back channel there to hard right which Trump is not willing to embrace too tightly.

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  • @Flip
    My father was 100% German and he said that he was a "WASP" due to the Angles and Saxons originally coming from Angeln and Saxony in Germany.

    Andrew Mellon, Andrew Jackson, and Woodrow Wilson were of Scotch-Irish Protestant descent. I'd consider them WASPs.

    Andy Jackson definitely wasn’t a WASP. That’s why the WASPs called him King Mob.

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  • @Mr. Anon
    I should hasten to add that I am not aware of anything shady or illegal that the son may have done; as far as I know he hasn't, and I didn't mean to impugn his character

    Mr. Anon,

    My thoughts on his character:

    The Apple Never Falls Far From the Tree!

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  • @Corvinus
    "These protesters are so loathsome…so privileged, so narrow-minded."

    The same logic was applied to the colonists by the British. Why couldn't they just accept paying a tax to help out the mother country?

    It's not the protestors, it's the protestors who are violent. The ones who destroy property.

    "It disgusts me that soldiers, now for 15 years, are fighting for the liberties of these arrogant, unpatriotic, undignified, lazy youth who would never have the guts to serve in the Army, Navy or Marines."

    You really need to educate yourself.

    http://www.ibtimes.com/anti-donald-trump-protest-former-marine-alexander-mccoy-plans-nyc-rally-against-gop-2372840

    It is EXACTLY why soldiers died to enable those who you oppose politically to be able to show their displeasure with the current system.

    "If my sons did this, they know I would stop paying their tuition, and their entire inheritance would be turned over to Veterans (and animals!) in my will! But, my sons are not doing this regardless of their vote. I raised them well!"

    You mean you propagandized them well. No different than Soros or the Alt-Right.

    you always insist on taking everything out of context, and proceed to lecture anyone about history that is either wrong, irrelevant, disjointed, or just plain goofy whenever someone says something off the top of their head. You never listen (read & think before responding) to what people are actually saying; probably, because, as I said in the past to you: you believe in nothing, just antagonizing people to approve your point of view. Always trying to convince people you’ve got it right; it’s so naive, and kinda’ sad. I find you too bi-polar, and probably not as worldly as me – I can tell. So, your senseless chirping at strangers like me, and others, on Steve’s site is really, boring. Your last line, says it all. Out of courtesy, I replied…but no more after this.

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    "you always insist on taking everything out of context, and proceed to lecture anyone about history that is either wrong, irrelevant, disjointed, or just plain goofy whenever someone says something off the top of their head."

    Why don't you offer up a particular instance rather than virtue signaling?

    "You never listen (read & think before responding) to what people are actually saying; probably, because, as I said in the past to you: you believe in nothing, just antagonizing people to approve your point of view."

    So, if I believe in nothing, how am I able to convince people of my point of view?

    "I find you too bi-polar, and probably not as worldly as me – I can tell."

    From a blog site? Hardly.
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  • @SPMoore8
    Agreed. I think the Delanos were originally Huguenot anyway. I know from my own research that Dutch, Danes, Swedes, Germans, French Huguenots were all intermarrying from the earliest days of New Amsterdam, and there were even some old Polish families in New Jersey from way back who intermarried with them.

    The Huguenots mixed with the Puritans from the beginning. The Mayos were probably another Huguenot family (not Irish) that mixed in very early.

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  • @Coemgen

    Look, I explained this already.

    For a trend to end, it has to continue for a while, but with people disapproving of it. The social pressure reduces the incidence and the social pressure has solidly turned against this stuff.

    This stuff is getting horrible PR now, how it comes across as a travesty, soon to be an obscenity/unthinkable thing to be doing.

    It is the beatdown phase.

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  • @Richard S
    These dickheads are still spewing their anti-American bile. The sheer objective stupidity of it is enough to find irritating, let alone the explicit Kulturkampf against "Western" Man. Thomas Jefferson wasn't just a man of his time. He was a supreme example of the Enlightenment polymath. And these liars now want to censor the man who founded not only the Republic, but the very university which makes the mistake of paying them?

    I think not. The wheel of history is turning.

    The ludicrous anti-Jefferson nonsense is brought to you but people who also believed that Hillary (Hillary!) was the most qualified Presidential candidate ever. How they could mention her in the same league as Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Madison and others is demoralizing but not surprising. If she wants a monument, put it in DC where she is jumping not just a shark but a whole national aquarium.

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  • @Ivy

    Swedes, Greeks, Poles, etc, were never numerous enough to pose a threat to Anglo hegemony.
     
    Yet the Philly establishment Quakers and Episcopalians, and their analogs in Chicago, saw a threat in the Polish and other Catholic enclaves. Those represented voting blocs and cultural differences that could destabilize the existing order. See The Slaughter of Cities by E. Michael Jones and related works by Michael Novak. The melting pot sometimes boiled over.

    It was necessary to destroy the existing order in order to save the existing order.

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  • @Twinkie

    not even that many Asians compared to Harvard Square or University City (UPenn).
     
    Harvard is something like 20+% Asian. UVA is around 13%, so, yes, it has fewer Asians (and more whites). But that pales - pardon the pun - in comparison to something like the University of Iowa, which is only 4% Asian, lower than even the national percentage of Asians.

    Also - and this was more to my original point - East Coast "whites" tend to be much more "ethnic" and darker, and not nearly as "blond and tan." Universities such as Iowa and KU have whites who are very Germanic in ancestry.

    I think the leftist attacks on UVA as being too "blond and tan" has more to do with its status as a relatively conservative elite school more than it being too pale. The likes of Erdely are not going after Iowa and KU after all, probably because her types see the latter as hick schools that pose no (intellectual) threats to her people.

    probably because her types see the latter as hick schools that pose no (intellectual) threats to her people.

    Probably because her types see the latter as hick schools that pose no (status) threats to her people.

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  • @Dan Hayes
    Mr. Anon,

    You certainly and correctly expanded on my use of "usual." This family expands the definition of white collar crime to a new dimension.

    Thank you for your expose of this family of political and business vipers.

    I should hasten to add that I am not aware of anything shady or illegal that the son may have done; as far as I know he hasn’t, and I didn’t mean to impugn his character

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    Mr. Anon,

    My thoughts on his character:

    The Apple Never Falls Far From the Tree!
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  • @The Last Real Calvinist

    Leftists live in a perpetual present, denying ancestors and eating its children. They are pseudo intellectuals living out the high time preference of the ghetto: “We want the world and we want it now!”

     

    Interesting comment, but I disagree, mostly. Leftists seem to me to live in constant expectation of an eventual utopia, made possible by revolution. This anticipated reclaiming of an Edenic paradise is a cornerstone of Marxism, both the original and now the cultural versions, and it's a heresy that is parasitic on Christian eschatology.

    The problem is, in the Christian narrative God makes covenants with real people, i.e. first the Jews, and then the Church, who work out His will in gratitude and obedience to Him. In the Leftist heresy, there's no God, so there's no covenant; instead, it's blind historical forces -- e.g. Obama's grotesquely vapid 'the arc of history' -- that somehow will 'bend' toward the inevitable utopia (you can hear echos of Darwin's theory and its tacit teleology here as well).

    So when an impersonal but irresistible force is driving history, there's not much need for individuals to worry about their ancestors or their progeny. That's for the Neanderthals who still believe in the covenant.

    Leftists seem to me to live in constant expectation of an eventual utopia, made possible by revolution

    Perhaps you’ve heard their secret society slogan: Next year on Martha’s Vineyard

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  • @ben tillman

    FDR was a leftist for his time. Anything a leftist does is OK, witness Bill Clinton and women or Robert Byrd and blacks.
     
    Some people consider Jefferson a leftist for his time, so I think your point needs further refinement.

    The sides really don’t line up with modern right and left when you go that far back. Jefferson was for rural and southern interests and decentralization but also was very suspicious of organized religion. Hamilton was for a central bank and a strong federal government. They actually kind of line up with our present developing globalist-populist axis, but that’s a new development.

    You get all kinds of weird alliances when you go back far enough–William Jennings Bryan was a Christian socialist, New York City was a hotbed of pro-Confederate sentiment in the Civil War… coalitions form and reform. Heck, back in the early 60s the white working class, the very people who elected Trump, were Democrats.

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  • @syonredux

    “Brings tears to my eyes. The good old days, when the WASP elite actually tried to Anglicize minority populations.”

    I don’t think ethnicism was the problem.

    Germans in Wisconsin, Swedens in Minnesota, Scotch-Irish in the South, Greeks in NY, Poles in Chicago, and etc all got along. I
     
    Scots-Irish are Anglo.

    German culture in America was crushed during WWI. Swedes, Greeks, Poles, etc, were never numerous enough to pose a threat to Anglo hegemony.

    It was enough that they pledged to the flag and learned to speak English and admired George Washington and Lincoln.
     
    Rather more than that. The pre-60's WASP elite worked quite hard to make sure that immigrants absorbed Anglo norms and beliefs.

    Swedes, Greeks, Poles, etc, were never numerous enough to pose a threat to Anglo hegemony.

    Yet the Philly establishment Quakers and Episcopalians, and their analogs in Chicago, saw a threat in the Polish and other Catholic enclaves. Those represented voting blocs and cultural differences that could destabilize the existing order. See The Slaughter of Cities by E. Michael Jones and related works by Michael Novak. The melting pot sometimes boiled over.

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    It was necessary to destroy the existing order in order to save the existing order.
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  • @Jack D
    Not to mention that the Angles and the Saxons were originally Germanic (as were the Dutch). Anglo Saxon says too little and too much. I suppose it is meant to exclude the Scots-Irish mountain folk, who are white and Protestant but not WASP but on the other hand the Welsh and Scotch qualify as WASP without having any Saxon blood. Maybe WASP, like race itself, is a "social construct" - you know a WASP when you see him (by his whale pants). Or perhaps Baltzell's alternative name , the "Protestant Establishment" should give you a clue - there are plenty of people who are white AND Anglo AND Protestant but still not WASP. But PE doesn't have the same ring.

    It was Baltzell's thesis, BTW, that Philadelphia WASPs (of which he was one) had never really carried their weight intellectually (in contrast to Boston) and that WASPs in general were in decline and since WWII had been passed intellectually by Jews and by a sort of meritocracy.

    If you know about (one theory of) dog behavior, dogs really prefer you, their master, to be the alpha, but if they see that there is no alpha around, they will start acting like alphas because the most dangerous thing to a pack of dogs is being leaderless - SOMEONE has got to be the alpha. I think this dynamic explains a lot about postwar America - once the WASPs lost their confidence to rule, all hell broke loose. Putin talks about this in Russia - in his view the biggest sin a leader can commit is to drop the reins of power because that's when chaos breaks out and millions suffer.

    Good analysis.

    One of the other ironies of the term ‘WASP’ is that the WASPiest WASPs of all should be upper class Brits — who, even to this day, can still often be linked to their Norman forebears, who weren’t even precisely Anglo-Saxon themselves . . . .

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  • @yaqub the mad scientist
    Leftists live in a perpetual present, denying ancestors and eating its children. They are pseudo intellectuals living out the high time preference of the ghetto: "We want the world and we want it now!"

    Leftists live in a perpetual present, denying ancestors and eating its children. They are pseudo intellectuals living out the high time preference of the ghetto: “We want the world and we want it now!”

    Interesting comment, but I disagree, mostly. Leftists seem to me to live in constant expectation of an eventual utopia, made possible by revolution. This anticipated reclaiming of an Edenic paradise is a cornerstone of Marxism, both the original and now the cultural versions, and it’s a heresy that is parasitic on Christian eschatology.

    The problem is, in the Christian narrative God makes covenants with real people, i.e. first the Jews, and then the Church, who work out His will in gratitude and obedience to Him. In the Leftist heresy, there’s no God, so there’s no covenant; instead, it’s blind historical forces — e.g. Obama’s grotesquely vapid ‘the arc of history’ — that somehow will ‘bend’ toward the inevitable utopia (you can hear echos of Darwin’s theory and its tacit teleology here as well).

    So when an impersonal but irresistible force is driving history, there’s not much need for individuals to worry about their ancestors or their progeny. That’s for the Neanderthals who still believe in the covenant.

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    Leftists seem to me to live in constant expectation of an eventual utopia, made possible by revolution
     
    Perhaps you've heard their secret society slogan: Next year on Martha's Vineyard
    , @yaqub the mad scientist
    On the other hand, another commenter pointed out that the difference between progressives and marxists is that for the former, there is no end state. In the end perhaps I'm just being a commenter in search of a maxim.
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  • @newrouter
    ot

    "This was the Sailer Strategy, named after the insightful blogger who coined the notion back in 2000. Steve Sailer’s essential idea, that the GOP needed to max out the white vote to keep winning national elections in the face of changing demographics, was rejected by most Republicans as smacking of racism."

    http://observer.com/2016/11/americas-emerging-nationalism-crisis/

    Excellent article. I never heard of this John R. Schindler guy before, but he’s very very good.

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  • @anonguy

    I wonder what, if any, effect a Trump administration can have on this sort of nonsense.
     
    You guys need to take Steve's advice and start noticing things.

    If you had, you'd have noticed that this stuff is already on the run. It is going to take a while to purge the witch hunt hysteria, incidences of it have to happen for it to be purged, that is how trends end.

    Stop noticing this stuff. Start noticing where this sort of PC nonsense is getting shouted down by people on that side of the political spectrum, acknowledging the huge mistake all this mob action stuff is.

    It is all over the place now and the election is only a week past.

    Again, look back through my comments, I've prognosticated that SJW terrorism, and internet mob actions in general, will fall into disrepute after the Trump victory.

    It is happening in front of your eyes if you would only open them.
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    Look, I explained this already.

    For a trend to end, it has to continue for a while, but with people disapproving of it. The social pressure reduces the incidence and the social pressure has solidly turned against this stuff.

    This stuff is getting horrible PR now, how it comes across as a travesty, soon to be an obscenity/unthinkable thing to be doing.

    It is the beatdown phase.
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  • @Percy Gryce
    I was just there for family weekend and my impression is that there are surprisingly few NAMs--and not even that many Asians compared to Harvard Square or University City (UPenn).

    not even that many Asians compared to Harvard Square or University City (UPenn).

    Harvard is something like 20+% Asian. UVA is around 13%, so, yes, it has fewer Asians (and more whites). But that pales – pardon the pun – in comparison to something like the University of Iowa, which is only 4% Asian, lower than even the national percentage of Asians.

    Also – and this was more to my original point – East Coast “whites” tend to be much more “ethnic” and darker, and not nearly as “blond and tan.” Universities such as Iowa and KU have whites who are very Germanic in ancestry.

    I think the leftist attacks on UVA as being too “blond and tan” has more to do with its status as a relatively conservative elite school more than it being too pale. The likes of Erdely are not going after Iowa and KU after all, probably because her types see the latter as hick schools that pose no (intellectual) threats to her people.

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    probably because her types see the latter as hick schools that pose no (intellectual) threats to her people.

    Probably because her types see the latter as hick schools that pose no (status) threats to her people.
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  • @reiner Tor
    What is this?

    https://twitter.com/speakerryan/status/798635889836564481

    It looks ominous. Ryan really has emerged as one a leading Capitol Hill crapweasel. Trump needs to get put him in charge of cleaning the head at the gym, or something.

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  • @Canadian Observer
    Sorry to be off topic, but is Trump quietly appointing the usual cast of neocons and Washington insiders to his Cabinet?

    It’s a good question and one of lively debate with lots of opinions. Maybe Steve could open a thread on it

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  • @Gabriel M
    Well I'm glad SOMEBODY picked up on it. Sailer's having a fundraising drive so, obviously, it's time for the Occam's rubber room posts linking standard university Leftist agitation to (((them))) and Sailer's pet obsessions. This one was nicely done: nothing too obvious, a couple of non-sequitors and a subtle "antigentilism" tag at the bottom. But 128 comments in and, Sailer's more excitable commentators finding Phillip Giraldi more commodious nowadays, it looked like no-one was even going to bring it up. Perhaps it was too subtle. Good job you pointed things out, everyone's gotta earn a livin.

    Actually, if you have followed this blog with anything but an ethno-centric obsession, you would know that the only reason why Sailer has a #antigentilism hashtag is because Sabrina Rubin Erdeley is obviously Jewish and when she wrote her article about “Jackie” she also very obviously slurred UVA, and moreover described the putatively predominant blue eyed blond flavor of the campus. In similar ways he quoted a poem “University” by “Karl Shapiro” which also showed a distinct animus towards UVA, and couched it in terms of hostility to blacks, Jews, and Deliverance-level incest, and he has also observed other Jewish creative people demonstrating not only a weird hostility to non-Jews (e.g., the guy who made “Mad Men”) but also an equally weird sense of persecution among Jewish Americans (Peter Beinart’s tweet quoted elsewhere).

    Is there something — here? — WRT to Jews having this odd obsession with non-Jews? “Anti-gentilism” may not be the best choice of words but it’s the only thing we have at the moment.

    So #antigentilism

    along with #HavenMonahan are default hashtags having to do with #UVA, which is why they were listed in the article.

    Now, in terms of the petition itself, I believe it was drafted by an AA woman on the Psychology Department staff, and I don’t think she’s Jewish. Another member of that department, named Dodd (not very Jewish sounding to me) is the husband of “Lawrie” and while the first name is odd (short for “Lawrence”? Like her parents wanted a son? Life she was named after some radical Jewish something? Like who?) and Balfour isn’t Jewish, no matter what declarations one might make. (I think she’s kind of cute, but then, I’m old.)

    So, not to disappoint you, but I don’t think Steve’s post has anything to do with (((Jews))) or catering to people who don’t like them. If someone wants to be promiscuous in their uses of parentheses, that’s on them.

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    So, err, you admit that this petition has nothing to with anti-gentilism. I'm not bitter, as I say, everyone's got to earn a living.

    Here's an example of something that fits into two recent themes of Sailer: campus craziness and the suppression of free speech.

    https://www.jihadwatch.org/2016/11/pro-israel-artist-threatened-with-5-years-in-jail-for-anti-terror-posters-at-gmu

    But no $$$ in that.
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  • @Steve Sailer
    It's not a terrible thing for a worthy black orator to get some advertising for his after dinner speaking career in the pre-primary GOP debates.

    I agree, but if anyone mentioned that to one of his supporters during the campaign they called you every name in the book.

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  • @candid_observer
    infowars isn't exactly what I'd call a reliable source.

    If we want alternative media, the first thing really necessary is a media outlet whose reports can be taken as well-vetted.

    From my point of view, if infowars reports something in isolation, it means almost nothing until it is backed up by another source.

    Wasn’t the original source the American Spectator?

    I’m still skeptical.

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  • @melendwyr
    Culturally most 'white people' AREN'T my people. Our shared ethnicity is far less important than our worldviews and beliefs about reality - which render them more alien to me than a Grey would be.

    Ethnicity is important, but it's not paramount.

    Then DON’T join up with us. That’s fine. But I would like to see is that people like yourself are forced to make a choice. You want to blend in the global mass, have a ball, but you won’t joining our groups. You won’t be living in our neighborhoods. We will look to promote our own, just as you and your multi-culti crowd can feel free to promote your own.

    I suspect that if a large portion of European Americans start to withdraw, your types would feel it. But, hey, don’t worry, even if this come to pass, it wouldn’t be for a generation or two. You’ll be able to have your cake and eat it too. But your kids and grandkids won’t.

    Btw, regarding “Ethnicity is important, but it’s not paramount,” history says that you’re wrong. Ethnicity does, in fact, trump ideology.

    “In multiracial societies, you don’t vote in accordance with your economic interests and social interests, you vote in accordance with race and religion.” Lee Kwan Yew.

    Whites have been on top for so long that we’ve forgotten that lesson. Either we relearn it, or we perish.

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  • Anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Forbes

    Under communism, USSR pushed assimilation on everyone. But the ethnic divides remained.
     
    USSR pushed communist indoctrination. If that's assimilation, then it's no wonder ethnic divides remained. Anything to resist brainwashing...

    “Anything to resist brainwashing…”

    No need to use ‘brainwashing’ when you can use ‘brainwishing’.

    Make people wish and wish. Like hope and change of Obama. When you wish upon a star.

    Btw, I think ‘brainwashing’ is a misconception.

    For one thing, everyone is born with washed brains.
    We have no memory of anything that came before us or happened to our ancestors. We don’t know jack shi*. We are blank slate in that sense. We are born with inborn abilities and drives. But we are born without memory of any kind.

    Our personal memory depends on personal experience, but collective memory of ‘our people’ and our ancestors depend on what is told us by others.

    Communists didn’t wash brains. They just filled the brains of newborns with their narrative. Why wash what arrives washed? Children remember and know nothing, so whatever they are told becomes their truth.

    This is the power of PC. It fills the born-washed brains of children with worship of MLK, homos, and Diversity.

    Kids don’t know nuttin’.

    If a million Jewish kids are born this year, and if none are told about the Holocaust, it will be as though it never happened.
    Indeed, if they are told that Jews killed 6 million Germans, they will believe that and be filled with collective guilt.

    Every birth is like reboot-restoring a computer. All the previous files are gone. The innate operational program remains but all it stored in files are gone.

    So, PC(political correctness) is like PC(personal computer). It understands that each new kid is like a new computer without memory. So, Political Correctness provides the files with images and sounds that will be downloaded or installed on that organo-computer that is the child’s mind.

    PC is like Microsoft Windows. It seeks monopoly.

    Alt Right and other Alt ideologies are like Linux and other programs offering something different.

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  • The Chinese start using CRISPR gene editing on humans. I’ve always though the Chinese would be using genetic therapies before the US.

    http://www.nature.com/news/crispr-gene-editing-tested-in-a-person-for-the-first-time-1.20988

    A Chinese group has become the first to inject a person with cells that contain genes edited using the revolutionary CRISPR–Cas9 technique.

    On 28 October, a team led by oncologist Lu You at Sichuan University in Chengdu delivered the modified cells into a patient with aggressive lung cancer as part of a clinical trial at the West China Hospital, also in Chengdu.

    Earlier clinical trials using cells edited with a different technique have excited clinicians. The introduction of CRISPR, which is simpler and more efficient than other techniques, will probably accelerate the race to get gene-edited cells into the clinic across the world, says Carl June, who specializes in immunotherapy at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and led one of the earlier studies.

    “I think this is going to trigger ‘Sputnik 2.0’, a biomedical duel on progress between China and the United States, which is important since competition usually improves the end product,” he says.

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  • @Paul Walker Most beautiful man ever...
    Totally off topic. jews are now a race?
    https://www.igenea.com/en/jews

    Race is a family tree, extended, and to some extent inbred–married to and reproducing among itself. Churchill regularly referred to England as an island race. Other nations’ leaders similarly referred to their fellow countrymen as of a race.

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  • @Barnard
    OT- https://www.yahoo.com/news/republican-ben-carson-opts-against-job-trump-cabinet-163852548.html

    He said Carson would remain a close adviser of Trump and a friend. "His life has not prepared him to be a Cabinet secretary," Williams said.
     
    Isn't this essentially an admission Carson was never serious about becoming President in the first place? Most people thought he was running for the opportunity to become a Cabinet secretary in the winner's Cabinet. Critics who claimed Carson was running solely to sell books and live high on the hog off campaign donations appear to have been right.

    It’s not a terrible thing for a worthy black orator to get some advertising for his after dinner speaking career in the pre-primary GOP debates.

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  • @Anon
    "Brings tears to my eyes. The good old days, when the WASP elite actually tried to Anglicize minority populations."

    I don't think ethnicism was the problem.

    Germans in Wisconsin, Swedens in Minnesota, Scotch-Irish in the South, Greeks in NY, Poles in Chicago, and etc all got along. It was enough that they pledged to the flag and learned to speak English and admired George Washington and Lincoln.

    The real odd group out was the Jews. They just had more drive, talent, ambition, and will. And craftiness, hostility, and contempt.

    And I'm not sure this would have gone away with attempt at assimilation. Under communism, USSR pushed assimilation on everyone. But the ethnic divides remained. And the bitterness as well, even though some did assimilate successfully.

    Under communism, USSR pushed assimilation on everyone. But the ethnic divides remained.

    USSR pushed communist indoctrination. If that’s assimilation, then it’s no wonder ethnic divides remained. Anything to resist brainwashing…

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    "Anything to resist brainwashing…"

    No need to use 'brainwashing' when you can use 'brainwishing'.

    Make people wish and wish. Like hope and change of Obama. When you wish upon a star.

    Btw, I think 'brainwashing' is a misconception.

    For one thing, everyone is born with washed brains.
    We have no memory of anything that came before us or happened to our ancestors. We don't know jack shi*. We are blank slate in that sense. We are born with inborn abilities and drives. But we are born without memory of any kind.

    Our personal memory depends on personal experience, but collective memory of 'our people' and our ancestors depend on what is told us by others.

    Communists didn't wash brains. They just filled the brains of newborns with their narrative. Why wash what arrives washed? Children remember and know nothing, so whatever they are told becomes their truth.

    This is the power of PC. It fills the born-washed brains of children with worship of MLK, homos, and Diversity.

    Kids don't know nuttin'.

    If a million Jewish kids are born this year, and if none are told about the Holocaust, it will be as though it never happened.
    Indeed, if they are told that Jews killed 6 million Germans, they will believe that and be filled with collective guilt.

    Every birth is like reboot-restoring a computer. All the previous files are gone. The innate operational program remains but all it stored in files are gone.

    So, PC(political correctness) is like PC(personal computer). It understands that each new kid is like a new computer without memory. So, Political Correctness provides the files with images and sounds that will be downloaded or installed on that organo-computer that is the child's mind.

    PC is like Microsoft Windows. It seeks monopoly.

    Alt Right and other Alt ideologies are like Linux and other programs offering something different.

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  • @Dr. X

    Wait until someone brings up MLK’s treatment of women. Trump should use it as a reason to remove his bust from the Oval Office.
     
    You can't bring that up... because the government sealed King's FBI records for fifty years.

    When you're manufacturing a secular saint, you've got to purge all the contradictory evidence from the official narrative.

    Presumably 2018 is just around the corner…

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  • “These protesters are so loathsome…so privileged, so narrow-minded.”

    The same logic was applied to the colonists by the British. Why couldn’t they just accept paying a tax to help out the mother country?

    ‘Cept the Brits were the old money with the power and privilege, so it would be more appropriate to apply your analogy to today’s leftists. They’re also the ones who whine constantly about “white privilege.” But then you’re a complete hypocrite, so what do you care?

    But “Anglo-Saxon” was just an essential way of coming up with a clever acronym

    Sort of like “ASPs”; Ashkenazi Pseudo-Religionists.

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  • Meanwhile, at Wikipedia, Think Progress is a more palatable source than VDare when talking about Steve Sailer:

    https://thinkprogress.org/the-white-nationalist-strategy-that-explains-donald-trumps-success-with-republicans-78780b43f430#.dyxkpjx1f

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  • @okie
    No doubt about that and his side of the Roosevelts started marrying Anglos long before Teddy's side, TR's father was the first to marry outside the dutch, and remember FDR's wife was Teddy's Neice.
    That said, especially with the wealth coming from the dutch side being lucky enough to have real estate in NYC, the surname and marrying back into a less mixed side, I'm assuming something that reminds me of a lot of Indians i know in OK. Most tribes here have a blood quanta for membership, but it can be 1/32 or 1/64 or even less in a lot of them. The odd thing is there is a inverse relation between Indian ID and Actual blood. The full and half bloods are Americans and then Indians, the mostly whites are Indians then Americans. That said i don't know intimate details about him, I've read a few bios of TR, but none of him.

    The Delanos –as in FDR- were the source of FDR”S wealth. Made it running opium into China for the Brits and later, and more ethically, in the U.S. for Civil War medicine.

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  • @Langley
    " for it tries to achieve the errorless – wich in itself is inhuman."

    Cute.

    Middle eastern rug makers always wove in a mistake for just that reason.

    Or is it the Navajo rug weavers?

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  • @Jack D
    Not to mention that the Angles and the Saxons were originally Germanic (as were the Dutch). Anglo Saxon says too little and too much. I suppose it is meant to exclude the Scots-Irish mountain folk, who are white and Protestant but not WASP but on the other hand the Welsh and Scotch qualify as WASP without having any Saxon blood. Maybe WASP, like race itself, is a "social construct" - you know a WASP when you see him (by his whale pants). Or perhaps Baltzell's alternative name , the "Protestant Establishment" should give you a clue - there are plenty of people who are white AND Anglo AND Protestant but still not WASP. But PE doesn't have the same ring.

    It was Baltzell's thesis, BTW, that Philadelphia WASPs (of which he was one) had never really carried their weight intellectually (in contrast to Boston) and that WASPs in general were in decline and since WWII had been passed intellectually by Jews and by a sort of meritocracy.

    If you know about (one theory of) dog behavior, dogs really prefer you, their master, to be the alpha, but if they see that there is no alpha around, they will start acting like alphas because the most dangerous thing to a pack of dogs is being leaderless - SOMEONE has got to be the alpha. I think this dynamic explains a lot about postwar America - once the WASPs lost their confidence to rule, all hell broke loose. Putin talks about this in Russia - in his view the biggest sin a leader can commit is to drop the reins of power because that's when chaos breaks out and millions suffer.

    There are two aspects of “WASP,” I think. They go together but aren’t coterminal. One has to do with the ruling class; the other with the founding stock. There were more than just Anglos present at the founding, obviously. There have been also been more than just Anglos running the country.

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  • The mainstream media is bashing White Americans for not voting in a racial bloc for Crooked Hillary.

    Yet nobody in the mainstream ever tries to justify why a Crooked Hillary presidency would be good for the majority of White Americans.

    Even the highest triple digit IQ Liberal working for The Huffington Post and The New York Daily News for example can not make a convincing argument as to why affirmative action, flooding suburbs with urban inner city Section 8 housing residents, open borders, sanctuary cities, Black Lies Matter, limiting free speech on college campuses, and increased Muslim immigration would benefit the majority of White Americans.

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  • @SPMoore8
    Agreed. I think the Delanos were originally Huguenot anyway. I know from my own research that Dutch, Danes, Swedes, Germans, French Huguenots were all intermarrying from the earliest days of New Amsterdam, and there were even some old Polish families in New Jersey from way back who intermarried with them.

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  • @Abe

    And, worse, far, far, worse, FDR was the Redliner-in-Chief!
     
    Actually worse: he was the Cultural Genocider-in-Chief! Reader franktremb laid what I consider one of the biggest historical bombshells I've ever read here in this except of a letter from FDR to the Prime Minister of Canada on the so-called French Canadian Problem:

    http://www.unz.com/isteve/democratic-norway-v-authoritarian-sweden/#comment-702514

    All of this leads me to wonder whether, by some sort of planning, Canada and the United States, working toward the same end, cannot do some planning – perhaps unwritten planning which would not even be a public policy – by which we can hasten the objective of assimilating the New England French Canadians and Canada’s French Canadians into the whole of our respective bodies politic...

    In other words, after nearly two hundred years with you and after seventy-five years with us, there would seem to be no good reason for great differentials between the French population elements and the rest of the racial stocks.
     
    Worse, though, he wanted to pull something similar on the Jews:

    It is on the same basis that I am trying to work out post-war plans for the encouragement of the distribution of certain other nationalities in our large congested centers. There ought not to be such a concentration of Italians and of Jews, and even of Germans as we have today in New York City. I have started my National Resources Planning Commission to work on a survey of this kind.
     
    So basically Philip Roth's boyhood hero FDR was in real-life concocting what he fictionally impugned to the villain of THE PLOT AGAINST AMERICA (wonder if Roth's rath at the "nimrod" Trump becoming President- here's a guy who once thought the Supreme Allied Commander wasn't good enough for the White House- will suddenly snap him out of retirement).

    objective of assimilating the New England French Canadians and Canada’s French Canadians into the whole of our respective bodies politic…

    One of these objectives succeeded (French Canadian culture in New England doesn’t really exist anymore – people with French-Canadian last names have dissolved into garden variety white people and the only remaining clue is a French last name) and one failed spectacularly to the point where even the STOP signs in Quebec (unlike those in France) are in French. What was different? We’d better figure this out quick before our stop signs read ¡DETENER!

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  • @Citizen of a Silly Country
    No, but a European American nation can be.

    I'm not talking about some civil war fantasy. I simply mean European Americans doing what Jews (and Mormons) have always done. Set up European American business groups, charities, schools/cultural centers, lobbies, think tanks, etc. Look out for your own. Promote your people's interests.

    When a politician, member of the media, academic or business person from another race/ethnicity/religion says something disparaging against European Americans, you fight back and you fight back hard. You also don't forget. I want that guy (or business or organization) to still be having problems a decade or two later because of that comment.

    Give European Americans who want to preserve their people and culture some place to go, some place that will protect them. If a guy gets fired for standing up for European Americans, get him a job. (For example, Jason Richwine would have immediately found a job in a think tank in my world.) You also let those European Americans who don't want to preserve their people and culture know that they aren't welcome. No violence, just exclusion.

    A peaceful European nation within a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-religious country. How that country-in-name-only goes won't be that important. We'll have our nation that insulates us.

    One needs only look at the demographics of the children being born today to understand that the United States is finished as a middle-class, civic-minded country. Trump or no Trump, European Americans - my children - need to do what races throughout history have done: Look out for their own and push for as much self-determination as possible under the circumstances.

    Time to build a new European American nation.

    Culturally most ‘white people’ AREN’T my people. Our shared ethnicity is far less important than our worldviews and beliefs about reality – which render them more alien to me than a Grey would be.

    Ethnicity is important, but it’s not paramount.

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    Then DON'T join up with us. That's fine. But I would like to see is that people like yourself are forced to make a choice. You want to blend in the global mass, have a ball, but you won't joining our groups. You won't be living in our neighborhoods. We will look to promote our own, just as you and your multi-culti crowd can feel free to promote your own.

    I suspect that if a large portion of European Americans start to withdraw, your types would feel it. But, hey, don't worry, even if this come to pass, it wouldn't be for a generation or two. You'll be able to have your cake and eat it too. But your kids and grandkids won't.

    Btw, regarding "Ethnicity is important, but it’s not paramount," history says that you're wrong. Ethnicity does, in fact, trump ideology.

    "In multiracial societies, you don't vote in accordance with your economic interests and social interests, you vote in accordance with race and religion." Lee Kwan Yew.

    Whites have been on top for so long that we've forgotten that lesson. Either we relearn it, or we perish.
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  • @Anon
    Part of the problem is that today's leftist college students are the product of three generations of radicals. You start with 2 people who met up at some '60s protest, and they had kids in the early '70s. These kids in turn met more radical leftists at college and married them, and in turn had kids in the mid-to-latter half of the '90s. Today's college kids are the children of two previous generations of these nutjobs, and any dog breeder could have told you what's going to happen.

    Their genes are going downhill. Assortive mating of a type that did not exist in earlier generations is producing people with concentrated neurotic tendencies, poor reality checkers, proneness to hysteria, and emotionally instability. I'd diagnose a lot of these protesters as having borderline or histrionic personality disorders. They're escalating their behaviors because they don't feel 'real' or validated as people unless they're getting attention at a riot.

    At least the radicals of the 1960s had a sane goal. The men didn't want to be drafted and die in the Vietnam war, and I can understand that. Who'd want to be killed in some godforsaken place right when the US is beginning to produce sex, drugs, rock and roll, and economic prosperity?

    But the grandkids? They're protesting not being given purple markers so they can draw out their anguish at Trump being elected president. And about trannies not having access to womens' bathrooms.

    How have the mighty fallen.

    Given the ages at which the college educated in the US bear children (if any) I don’t think many of the ’60s radicals have college age grandchildren quite yet but do keep in mind that a lot of ’60s leftists were red diaper babies so there is multi-generational leftism anyway.

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  • @Old Palo Altan
    Yes it is, at least if you are talking about the Roosevelts and the other old Dutch families of New York and New Jersey. "Anglo-Saxon" is the least accurate part of "WASP". White is obvious, and Protestant is too. But "Anglo-Saxon" was just an essential way of coming up with a clever acronym - I am sure that E Digby Baltzell would have laughed at the idea that he had meant the term to exclude the Roosevelts, or the Zantzingers, or even the Madeiras, a long converted once Jewish family of the Philadelphia Main Line
    Whom it didn't mean was defined by successive waves of immigration: first, no Irish; then, no Italians; finally, no Jews.

    Not to mention that the Angles and the Saxons were originally Germanic (as were the Dutch). Anglo Saxon says too little and too much. I suppose it is meant to exclude the Scots-Irish mountain folk, who are white and Protestant but not WASP but on the other hand the Welsh and Scotch qualify as WASP without having any Saxon blood. Maybe WASP, like race itself, is a “social construct” – you know a WASP when you see him (by his whale pants). Or perhaps Baltzell’s alternative name , the “Protestant Establishment” should give you a clue – there are plenty of people who are white AND Anglo AND Protestant but still not WASP. But PE doesn’t have the same ring.

    It was Baltzell’s thesis, BTW, that Philadelphia WASPs (of which he was one) had never really carried their weight intellectually (in contrast to Boston) and that WASPs in general were in decline and since WWII had been passed intellectually by Jews and by a sort of meritocracy.

    If you know about (one theory of) dog behavior, dogs really prefer you, their master, to be the alpha, but if they see that there is no alpha around, they will start acting like alphas because the most dangerous thing to a pack of dogs is being leaderless – SOMEONE has got to be the alpha. I think this dynamic explains a lot about postwar America – once the WASPs lost their confidence to rule, all hell broke loose. Putin talks about this in Russia – in his view the biggest sin a leader can commit is to drop the reins of power because that’s when chaos breaks out and millions suffer.

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    There are two aspects of "WASP," I think. They go together but aren't coterminal. One has to do with the ruling class; the other with the founding stock. There were more than just Anglos present at the founding, obviously. There have been also been more than just Anglos running the country.
    , @The Last Real Calvinist
    Good analysis.

    One of the other ironies of the term 'WASP' is that the WASPiest WASPs of all should be upper class Brits -- who, even to this day, can still often be linked to their Norman forebears, who weren't even precisely Anglo-Saxon themselves . . . .
    , @bored identity



    "...WASPs in general were in decline and since WWII had been passed intellectually by Jews and by a sort of meritocracy.

    If you know about (one theory of) dog behavior, dogs really prefer you, their master, to be the alpha, but if they see that there is no alpha around, they will start acting like alphas because the most dangerous thing to a pack of dogs is being leaderless – SOMEONE has got to be the alpha.

    I think this dynamic explains a lot about postwar America – once the WASPs lost their confidence to rule, all hell broke loose."

     

    So, Tzadk, who's alpha dogging, wagging the tail, or doing whatever you call it, to this country for the last 40 years?

    I mean somebody had to do all that leadership that WASP wouldn't, right?
    Otherwise, the strawberry fields would continue to rot forever and ever in this country.

    Who, whom,who, whom,who, whom???

    Also, be so kind and, before you start flinging pellet poopsicles from ADL arsenal, go find out what Ron Unz says about the merit of meritocracy in modern day America.
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  • @Anonymous
    Meanwhile the idiotic war on all things American by leftists while claiming they should be trusted with ruling America continued today with Brown University spoiled whiners destroying American flags around campus meant to honor Veterans.

    Anonymous, That is deplorable or despicable, oh, wait, that describes us.

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  • @Ghost of Bull Moose
    “We would like for our administration to understand that although some members of this community may have come to this university because of Thomas Jefferson’s legacy, others of us came here in spite of it..."

    Gee, uh...thanks?

    Ghost, Wouldn’t the more pointed response be for those faculty members and students who detest Jefferson’s legacy be for them to leave their jobs or course of studies?

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  • Satire is a more common art form in societies such as Monarchies and Dictatorships where more direct confrontation is ruthlessly crushed. Perhaps we are now at that stage regarding the media, Universities, and corporate employers where they have become so powerful that constructive criticism no longer matters. This is one reason Milo is so devastating. It immediately gets past the normal filters and goes straight into the blood stream. It seems to work better on liberals too for some reason.

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  • @Lurker
    Leftists of today will happily sacrifice the leftists of yesterday. Permanent revolution!

    Leftists live in a perpetual present, denying ancestors and eating its children. They are pseudo intellectuals living out the high time preference of the ghetto: “We want the world and we want it now!”

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    Leftists live in a perpetual present, denying ancestors and eating its children. They are pseudo intellectuals living out the high time preference of the ghetto: “We want the world and we want it now!”

     

    Interesting comment, but I disagree, mostly. Leftists seem to me to live in constant expectation of an eventual utopia, made possible by revolution. This anticipated reclaiming of an Edenic paradise is a cornerstone of Marxism, both the original and now the cultural versions, and it's a heresy that is parasitic on Christian eschatology.

    The problem is, in the Christian narrative God makes covenants with real people, i.e. first the Jews, and then the Church, who work out His will in gratitude and obedience to Him. In the Leftist heresy, there's no God, so there's no covenant; instead, it's blind historical forces -- e.g. Obama's grotesquely vapid 'the arc of history' -- that somehow will 'bend' toward the inevitable utopia (you can hear echos of Darwin's theory and its tacit teleology here as well).

    So when an impersonal but irresistible force is driving history, there's not much need for individuals to worry about their ancestors or their progeny. That's for the Neanderthals who still believe in the covenant.

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  • OT- https://www.yahoo.com/news/republican-ben-carson-opts-against-job-trump-cabinet-163852548.html

    He said Carson would remain a close adviser of Trump and a friend. “His life has not prepared him to be a Cabinet secretary,” Williams said.

    Isn’t this essentially an admission Carson was never serious about becoming President in the first place? Most people thought he was running for the opportunity to become a Cabinet secretary in the winner’s Cabinet. Critics who claimed Carson was running solely to sell books and live high on the hog off campaign donations appear to have been right.

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    It's not a terrible thing for a worthy black orator to get some advertising for his after dinner speaking career in the pre-primary GOP debates.
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  • @Thea
    He is really right.

    We, the little people, have to resist this as a group or we will be in the same mess forever.

    I don't have any strategies but am very open to ideas of how to counter this in public schools & universities. Every single admin and public school teacher must tow the SJW line.

    Homeschooling and online college.

    Thank you and good night.

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    Nope, that is a retreat. These are our public spaces our ancestors established for us to defend.
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  • @IHTG
    I wonder what, if any, effect a Trump administration can have on this sort of nonsense.

    I wonder what, if any, effect a Trump administration can have on this sort of nonsense.

    You guys need to take Steve’s advice and start noticing things.

    If you had, you’d have noticed that this stuff is already on the run. It is going to take a while to purge the witch hunt hysteria, incidences of it have to happen for it to be purged, that is how trends end.

    Stop noticing this stuff. Start noticing where this sort of PC nonsense is getting shouted down by people on that side of the political spectrum, acknowledging the huge mistake all this mob action stuff is.

    It is all over the place now and the election is only a week past.

    Again, look back through my comments, I’ve prognosticated that SJW terrorism, and internet mob actions in general, will fall into disrepute after the Trump victory.

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  • @candid_observer
    The irony of Beinart's tweet couldn't be more obvious.

    Beinart wants to signal to the world that Jews are emphatically not on the side of other whites. But, then, how is it in any way surprising if those whites see Jews as a group to be a force arrayed against their interests, and deeply resent them?

    If one wants to communicate that Jews shouldn't be treated as opponents of other whites, that such a belief is a "canard", the last thing one would want to do would be to suggest that Jews are united as a group against the interests of other whites.

    But here we have Beinart doing just that.

    Beinart, you say? As far as I’m concerned, Peter Beinart is a subtitle hero for giving Trump his slogan “Make American Great Again”; see

    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/741347.The_Good_Fight

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  • @syonredux

    July 14, 2011 — One of the University of Virginia's earliest students has remained one of its most famous. Efforts are being made to keep his memory alive.

    Renovations on the West Range rooms this summer include some sprucing up of No. 13, purported to have been slept in by Edgar Allan Poe.

    The Raven Society maintains No. 13 as a shrine to Poe, a student at U.Va. from February to December 1826. A glass door allows visitors to see it furnished as a student room would have been in the early 19th century, and they can press a button to hear a recording about Poe's time at U.Va. The furniture, which was provided by the Raven Society, is authentic to the period, but does not have any direct connection to Poe.
     
    https://news.virginia.edu/content/university-virginia-spirit-poe-resides-evermore

    While at U-VA I dated a woman that lived on West Range, two doors down from Poe’s old room. It helped my sex life nicely, as drunks would come by Poe’s room most every night and pound on the door, try to summons his ghost, yell random gibberish, whatever. Consequently she wanted to spend the night at my apartment a lot.

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  • @Old Palo Altan
    Yes it is, at least if you are talking about the Roosevelts and the other old Dutch families of New York and New Jersey. "Anglo-Saxon" is the least accurate part of "WASP". White is obvious, and Protestant is too. But "Anglo-Saxon" was just an essential way of coming up with a clever acronym - I am sure that E Digby Baltzell would have laughed at the idea that he had meant the term to exclude the Roosevelts, or the Zantzingers, or even the Madeiras, a long converted once Jewish family of the Philadelphia Main Line
    Whom it didn't mean was defined by successive waves of immigration: first, no Irish; then, no Italians; finally, no Jews.

    Agreed. I think the Delanos were originally Huguenot anyway. I know from my own research that Dutch, Danes, Swedes, Germans, French Huguenots were all intermarrying from the earliest days of New Amsterdam, and there were even some old Polish families in New Jersey from way back who intermarried with them.

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    That's right: Zabriskie is perhaps the best known of them.
    , @Foreign Expert
    The Huguenots mixed with the Puritans from the beginning. The Mayos were probably another Huguenot family (not Irish) that mixed in very early.
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  • @candid_observer
    infowars isn't exactly what I'd call a reliable source.

    If we want alternative media, the first thing really necessary is a media outlet whose reports can be taken as well-vetted.

    From my point of view, if infowars reports something in isolation, it means almost nothing until it is backed up by another source.

    Thanks. It appears to be tied to Twitter.

    This may turn out like the Nixon-Kissinger Lincoln Bedroom prayer session, a famous tableau that may or may not be entirely accurate but which encapsulates a lot of super-truth.

    The image of a drunken presidential candidate, shattering everything in sight, until she sees herself in a broken mirror …. such drama!

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  • @Olorin

    Jefferson’s design for UVA with buildings around a grassy quad has remained immensely influential in campus design.
     
    I always suspected quads were racist, since that's where the Blonde Students go on sunny days to Appropriate Melanin.

    I’ve seen that quad. It indeed reeks of white privilege. I’m thinking a nice, littered strip mall with a Popeye’s, a same-day paycheck loan/pawn shop, a dollar store, an abortion mill, a methadone clinic, a drive-thru liquors, and a cute bodega where they sell saint candles with the goats, rabbits and chickens for ritual Santaria sacrifice would be a welcoming change. Make everyone feel at home. Screw the dead white guys who aimed to leave a better country for their fellows. Who did they think they were?

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  • @Kyle
    Isn't FDR dutch or something. Is that considered Wasp?

    Yes it is, at least if you are talking about the Roosevelts and the other old Dutch families of New York and New Jersey. “Anglo-Saxon” is the least accurate part of “WASP”. White is obvious, and Protestant is too. But “Anglo-Saxon” was just an essential way of coming up with a clever acronym – I am sure that E Digby Baltzell would have laughed at the idea that he had meant the term to exclude the Roosevelts, or the Zantzingers, or even the Madeiras, a long converted once Jewish family of the Philadelphia Main Line
    Whom it didn’t mean was defined by successive waves of immigration: first, no Irish; then, no Italians; finally, no Jews.

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    Agreed. I think the Delanos were originally Huguenot anyway. I know from my own research that Dutch, Danes, Swedes, Germans, French Huguenots were all intermarrying from the earliest days of New Amsterdam, and there were even some old Polish families in New Jersey from way back who intermarried with them.
    , @Jack D
    Not to mention that the Angles and the Saxons were originally Germanic (as were the Dutch). Anglo Saxon says too little and too much. I suppose it is meant to exclude the Scots-Irish mountain folk, who are white and Protestant but not WASP but on the other hand the Welsh and Scotch qualify as WASP without having any Saxon blood. Maybe WASP, like race itself, is a "social construct" - you know a WASP when you see him (by his whale pants). Or perhaps Baltzell's alternative name , the "Protestant Establishment" should give you a clue - there are plenty of people who are white AND Anglo AND Protestant but still not WASP. But PE doesn't have the same ring.

    It was Baltzell's thesis, BTW, that Philadelphia WASPs (of which he was one) had never really carried their weight intellectually (in contrast to Boston) and that WASPs in general were in decline and since WWII had been passed intellectually by Jews and by a sort of meritocracy.

    If you know about (one theory of) dog behavior, dogs really prefer you, their master, to be the alpha, but if they see that there is no alpha around, they will start acting like alphas because the most dangerous thing to a pack of dogs is being leaderless - SOMEONE has got to be the alpha. I think this dynamic explains a lot about postwar America - once the WASPs lost their confidence to rule, all hell broke loose. Putin talks about this in Russia - in his view the biggest sin a leader can commit is to drop the reins of power because that's when chaos breaks out and millions suffer.
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  • @SPMoore8
    OT - Any truth to these stories that HRC was in a drunken rage and tried to assault her advisers on election night? I mean, maybe it's kind of cruel to bring it up, but, after all, HRC did try to base her campaign on "grab her by the p*ssy" and Alicia Machado ......

    http://www.infowars.com/report-hillary-became-physically-violent-after-she-realized-she-had-lost-the-election/

    infowars isn’t exactly what I’d call a reliable source.

    If we want alternative media, the first thing really necessary is a media outlet whose reports can be taken as well-vetted.

    From my point of view, if infowars reports something in isolation, it means almost nothing until it is backed up by another source.

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    Thanks. It appears to be tied to Twitter.

    This may turn out like the Nixon-Kissinger Lincoln Bedroom prayer session, a famous tableau that may or may not be entirely accurate but which encapsulates a lot of super-truth.

    The image of a drunken presidential candidate, shattering everything in sight, until she sees herself in a broken mirror .... such drama!
    , @EriK
    Wasn't the original source the American Spectator?

    I'm still skeptical.
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  • @Jefferson
    "Isn’t FDR dutch or something. Is that considered Wasp?"

    "WASP" has broaden to include any Northern European who is not Irish Catholic. An Irish Protestant can be a "WASP".

    My father was 100% German and he said that he was a “WASP” due to the Angles and Saxons originally coming from Angeln and Saxony in Germany.

    Andrew Mellon, Andrew Jackson, and Woodrow Wilson were of Scotch-Irish Protestant descent. I’d consider them WASPs.

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    Andy Jackson definitely wasn't a WASP. That's why the WASPs called him King Mob.
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  • @Corvinus
    People here have to keep in mind that it is the Coalition of the Left fringe groups who make these demands, not liberals in general. But, to the Alt Right, it much easier for there narrative to make in-roads by neglecting to make this distinction.

    "I’m not talking about some civil war fantasy. I simply mean European Americans doing what Jews (and Mormons) have always done. Set up European American business groups, charities, schools/cultural centers, lobbies, think tanks, etc. Look out for your own. Promote your people’s interests."

    White Americans in general do not think nor act along these lines, nor should they be demanded by Alt-Right elites or anti-cuck talking heads that they must behave in a prescribed manner.

    Feel free to exercise your liberty to carve out that niche for you and your like-minded friends.

    "When a politician, member of the media, academic or business person from another race/ethnicity/religion says something disparaging against European Americans, you fight back and you fight back hard. You also don’t forget. I want that guy (or business or organization) to still be having problems a decade or two later because of that comment."

    You are well within your freedom to disassociate yourself from reality.

    "A peaceful European nation within a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-religious country. How that country-in-name-only goes won’t be that important. We’ll have our nation that insulates us."

    What happens when most whites rejects this proposition? How do you force them to "come around" your line of thinking?

    "Time to build a new European American nation."

    You go, girlfriend!

    “White Americans in general do not think nor act along these lines,”

    They used to. And why do you think that some don’t any more? Did they “evolve” as your types like to say? No. They’ve been punished for showing any racial solidarity.

    The minute that whites realize that they can show pride in being European and have some back-up, a great number will do so. Many won’t. So what. That’s their choice. However, if you think that in a world where European Americans are free to choose between joining their fellow whites or being shunned by them and thus being forced to spend their time with the Coalition of the Fringes that a very large majority of European Americans won’t choose their own, you’re crazy.

    For decades, liberal whites have been able to have their cake and eat it too. They can trash on their fellow Badwhites while still getting to work with them instead of blacks and browns, send their kids to school with Badwhite kids instead of blacks and browns, etc. End that deal, and you’ll see many Goodwhite children choose our side.

    The vast majority of whites don’t want to be excluded from other whites.

    “Feel free to exercise your liberty to carve out that niche for you and your like-minded friends.”

    That’s the idea. Granted, at the moment, it’s just that, an idea. But it has a chance, and that possibility is terrifying to people like you because you know what life without pliable whites would like like. Liberia anyone.

    “You are well within your freedom to disassociate yourself from reality.”

    Jews have lasted for thousands of years by rejecting your reality. The Amish also are doing quite well.

    There’s no commandment that says whites need to fade away. It’s up to us. God know blacks and Hispanics can’t stop us if we decide to close ranks. You guys are just props in the Goodwhite-Badwhite civil war. Don’t you know that?

    “What happens when most whites rejects this proposition? How do you force them to “come around” your line of thinking?”

    If even a third of European Americans over the course of the next couple of generations (this is a very long process) choose this path – and it likely will be more – that’s 60 million people – about the size of France or Britain. I think that I can live with that.

    As to the other European Americans who choose not associate with us, what about them? They can do what they want. However, as they look at our neighborhoods, our schools, our baseball leagues, our business clubs, our community centers, etc, and compare those to the run-down, dangerous public counter-parts filled with people who neither look like them nor act like them, I suspect that they will quickly change their tune. If not, good for them. Enjoy the multi-culti world. It’s just not my world.

    God didn’t create the United States. God didn’t create the current system in this country. Like everything else in history, this too shall pass. Indeed, no multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-religious country has ever survived too long without one group being in charge. (Heck, you typically only need one of those three to destroy a country, so truly and utterly screwed.)

    “You go, girlfriend!”

    That’s what they told Trump. Probably told Jews the same thing about a homeland a hundred years ago.

    Now, if you’ll excuse me, I need to start checking some things out and making some calls. Even if I fail, there will be others. Something has changed. And I for one am not going back.

    Good luck, Corvinus. And I mean that. Showing pride in your own people and choosing the live, work and play with them doesn’t mean hating other peoples. I wish you well. I just don’t want you in my world, so I will begin the long process of shutting you out. Maybe I’ll fail, but at least I tried.

    But the one thing that I know is that the vast – yes, the vast – majority of whites, even a large portion of Goodwhites, don’t want to be around blacks and Hispanics. They just don’t. It’s why they’re punished so hard. If they ever get the chance to separate from you, they’ll rejoice and move in droves.

    You know that’s the truth, and all of your attempts at being clever, will never change that fact.

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    "They used to. And why do you think that some don’t any more? Did they “evolve” as your types like to say? No. They’ve been punished for showing any racial solidarity."

    No, whites historically thought of themselves as being part of a European ethnic group. The Age of Imperialism (late 1800's) put into play this white vs. non-white meme.

    "The minute that whites realize that they can show pride in being European and have some back-up, a great number will do so. Many won’t. So what."

    Whites in America are mutts. They refer to themselves as Americans, not white Europeans. They are still mindful, however, of their heritage.

    "That’s their choice. However, if you think that in a world where European Americans are free to choose between joining their fellow whites or being shunned by them and thus being forced to spend their time with the Coalition of the Fringes that a very large majority of European Americans won’t choose their own, you’re crazy."

    You are assuming that whites will inevitably shun their fellow whites for not joining up with them against nonwhites.

    "For decades, liberal whites have been able to have their cake and eat it too. They can trash on their fellow Badwhites while still getting to work with them instead of blacks and browns, send their kids to school with Badwhite kids instead of blacks and browns, etc. End that deal, and you’ll see many Goodwhite children choose our side."

    How do you even define "badwhites and goodwhites"? Are you not saying that race is a social construct when insisting these groups exist?

    "The vast majority of whites don’t want to be excluded from other whites."

    Prove it. Give me hard core evidence of this phenomenon or retract.

    "That’s the idea. Granted, at the moment, it’s just that, an idea. But it has a chance, and that possibility is terrifying to people like you because you know what life without pliable whites would like like. Liberia anyone."

    Again, you assume that whites are going to be in lockstep with your idea. It hasn't been that way. Look at slavery. Badwhites overtook Goodwhites on this issue.

    "Jews have lasted for thousands of years by rejecting your reality. The Amish also are doing quite well."

    Exceptions to the rule. Unique circumstances.

    "God know blacks and Hispanics can’t stop us if we decide to close ranks."

    God promotes good will among all men. Race is not one's uniform in His eyes. Don't you know that?

    "You guys are just props in the Goodwhite-Badwhite civil war. Don’t you know that?"

    There is no civil war between whites. It is conjured up by the Alt Right.

    "If even a third of European Americans over the course of the next couple of generations (this is a very long process) choose this path – and it likely will be more – that’s 60 million people – about the size of France or Britain. I think that I can live with that."

    It is not likely. It may or may not happen. You are being overly dramatic.

    "As to the other European Americans who choose not associate with us, what about them? They can do what they want. However, as they look at our neighborhoods, our schools, our baseball leagues, our business clubs, our community centers, etc, and compare those to the run-down, dangerous public counter-parts filled with people who neither look like them nor act like them, I suspect that they will quickly change their tune. If not, good for them. Enjoy the multi-culti world. It’s just not my world."

    Those neighborhoods, schools, baseball leagues, business clubs, ec. are ALL of ours, i.e. the citizens of America.

    "God didn’t create the United States. God didn’t create the current system in this country."

    But God commanded that his followers adhere to his creation. Are you an adherent to Christ?

    "But the one thing that I know is that the vast – yes, the vast – majority of whites, even a large portion of Goodwhites, don’t want to be around blacks and Hispanics. They just don’t. It’s why they’re punished so hard. If they ever get the chance to separate from you, they’ll rejoice and move in droves."

    No, a minority of whites feel that way. If that be the case, the Civil Rights Movement would have never occurred, with professional sports and the corporate world today reflecting your distorted worldview.

    "You know that’s the truth, and all of your attempts at being clever, will never change that fact."

    It's YOUR truth, not the actual truth.
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  • Anon • Disclaimer says:
    @syonredux

    “Brings tears to my eyes. The good old days, when the WASP elite actually tried to Anglicize minority populations.”

    I don’t think ethnicism was the problem.

    Germans in Wisconsin, Swedens in Minnesota, Scotch-Irish in the South, Greeks in NY, Poles in Chicago, and etc all got along. I
     
    Scots-Irish are Anglo.

    German culture in America was crushed during WWI. Swedes, Greeks, Poles, etc, were never numerous enough to pose a threat to Anglo hegemony.

    It was enough that they pledged to the flag and learned to speak English and admired George Washington and Lincoln.
     
    Rather more than that. The pre-60's WASP elite worked quite hard to make sure that immigrants absorbed Anglo norms and beliefs.

    America is now the worst of all possible worlds when it comes to culture.

    New arrivals lose their culture and gain nothing.

    When America had a compelling and powerful narrative about the discoverers, founders, settlers, and builders, the newcomers might lose their ancestral culture and take on something meaningfully and proudly American. Even if not Anglo, they could take some of that Anglo spirit. It’s like there was a time when even non-Romans felt special to be part of Roman civilization and Roman laws.

    But once the Plymouth Rock narrative got subverted and vilified by Ellis Island and Selma narrative, much of American History is about shame than achievement and pride.

    So, newcomers not only lose their original culture(which holds cultural and historical meaning) but take on an American Culture that is all about virtue-signaling whites taking a big crap on their own ancestors, history, and culture. It’s utterly meaningless. What is there to be learned from whites who say ‘we suck’?

    Now, the problem is not the Ellis Island and Selma narratives in and of themselves. They too are compelling narratives. The problem is how those narratives came to supplant the Plymouth Rock narrative instead of continuing it.

    Ellis Island was possible because of the earlier narrative of discovery and development. And Selma narrative was possible because America was founded on certain principles that found its full fruition for blacks in the Civil Rights movement.
    After all, even MLK got his ideas from white tradition, not black African tradition that is all about chucking spears at hippos and running like a mofo when a beast you missed ran after you. And there no concept of liberty and human rights in Africa.

    So, MLK should be seen as redemptive son of Founding Fathers. White America made promises but didn’t fulfill them but it happened with Civil Rights. Blacks were denied the promise for too long, but still, Civil Rights was possible because the seeds of that promise had been planted on American soil. If US had been settled by any other people, there wouldn’t have been the ideal of liberty and equality under the law.

    But instead of MLK being seen as son who redeemed the ideals of the Founders, he is called the new Founding Father by Time mag. As for Jefferson, let’s just denounce him as a ‘slave owner’. But did blacks found or lay down the ideals of America? No, in their civil rights movement, they only furthered what had been founded by others. Black leaders built on and repaired the work of the whites who had laid down the foundations.

    There could have been continuance from Plymouth to 1776 to Gettysburg to Ellis Island to Selma and beyond, but instead we got an ideological coup that said FU to all the narrative prior to Ellis Island.

    This America is totally amnesiac, contemptuous of its own heritage, and stupid.
    Worse, the rise of Pop Culture and celebrity vanity as main obsession of Americans has turned America Culture into a mania not only about the PC Current Year but the insipid Current Queer of one of umpteenth gender identity.

    So, what do new arrivals get from this America? They lose their own identity and take on fantasy culture of Hollywood and hateful vitriol of anti-history as Americanism.

    I think maybe hyphenization of Americanism would have been better for everyone had it caught on earlier. Maybe Anglos went too far in Anglo-Americanizing the newcomers.
    Before the rise of PC, most cultural identities were conservative. So, a hyphenized American was bound to be more conservative due to ties to old world. Also, US is essentially an extension of Europe. It is not a new civilization. So, if an average American spoke English and learned about George Washington but was also encouraged to maintain a sense of his ancestral ties, he might actually have been more conservative.
    Indeed, the reason why Catholics resisted social change more effectively than protestants did was because they had a connection to Vatican and tradition. That served to counter-balance the influence of US pop culture and fashion-fad-politics.

    I think of a Lithuanian-American guy I knew in college. He was all-American patriot and all that. But he had profound knowledge of Lithuanian history, culture, and etc. He even spoke the language perfectly. This made him more conservative, not less. He appreciated the idea of roots and heritage.
    In contrast, I see some totally Americanized Polish-Americans, and by golly… their only obsession is the Current Year and the Current Queer.

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  • @Marcus
    Fact: Jews disproportionately benefited from slavery (though not to the extent NOI claims), then became the staunchest champions of "civil rights" less than a century later.
    https://twitter.com/peterbeinart/status/796372768145014785
    We should have a long memory too

    Because we remember.

    What do they remember?

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  • @Anon
    "Scots-Irish are Anglo."

    When we say Wasp, we really mean East Coast Brahmin types, not the moon-shine swilling fellers who hunt possum and name their kids bubba and lyle.
    How many Boston Brahmin families named their kid 'bubba' or spoke a funny kind of dialect?

    Scotch-Irish types were neanderthal version of the Anglo.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbgOACJpZg0

    "German culture in America was crushed during WWI. Swedes, Greeks, Poles, etc, were never numerous enough to pose a threat to Anglo hegemony."

    I think Germans would have assimilated even if there was no WWI factor. And in fact, most had.

    Besides, in demeanor and habits, Germans were more waspy than the Scotch-Irish were.

    It's the Scotch-Irish that were acting like this:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3C6n3nGXP8

    The main German threat was not ethnic but ideological as good number of them were socialists.

    Perhaps it was the crushing of the Left that had the real long-term effect on controlling German political power.

    "Rather more than that. The pre-60′s WASP elite worked quite hard to make sure that immigrants absorbed Anglo norms and beliefs."

    In a way, that was the problem. As there was a white-bread element in Wasp culture, it pressured non-Anglos to lose their sense of roots and become 'bland'. Blandness, like a vacuum, calls out to be filled.

    So, as white ethnics became more Anglo-ized, they were more vulnerable to fads and fashions since they lost their roots. So, Anglo-ization hastened Liberalism.

    Look at Ortho Jews who cling to culture. More likely to be conservative.
    But waspized Jews became more Liberal.

    In a way, the pressure to Anglo-ize is still present. It's just that wasp power, in fusion with Jewish power, is less about Anglo-ness than about PC-ness, MLK-ness, and homo-ness that are the new religion of America.

    America today applies just as much assimilationist pressures as in the past. It's just that today's Anglos are more eager for newcomers to worship Harvey Milk than George Washington.
    These PC Anglos do NOT want newcomers to cling to their original culture as such conservatism goes against PC.

    PC multi-cultism has NO TOLERANCE for newcomers who say "I reject 'gay marriage' as an affront to my cultural values."

    Multi-cultism only tolerates and celebrates superficial stuff like food and costumes. It has no interest in the actual moral and intellectual underpinnings of other cultures.

    Anglo has gone homo and pressures all groups to ass-imilate to homo-worship.

    “PC multi-cultism has NO TOLERANCE for newcomers who say “I reject ‘gay marriage’ as an affront to my cultural values.”

    I don’the see the Left shaming Muslims for not accepting Gay marriage and World War T. You don’t see Lena Dunham, Miley Cyrus, Whoopi Goldberg, Amy Schumer, Chelsea Handler, Cher, Samantha Bee, etc bashing Muslim countries for stoning Gays.

    The Left’s hatred of White Christians trumps their concern for the civil rights of the LGBTQueen community.

    If the civil rights of the LGBTQ community was their top concern, they would not advocate for mass Muslim immigration into liberal Gay friendly White Western nations.

    The Democratic Party is about to elect a Muslim to be the chairman of their party, less than 1 year after the Orlando Gay nightclub massacre which was committed by a Muslim.

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  • @Lagertha
    These protesters are so loathsome...so privileged, so narrow-minded. It disgusts me that soldiers, now for 15 years, are fighting for the liberties of these arrogant, unpatriotic, undignified, lazy youth who would never have the guts to serve in the Army, Navy or Marines. If my sons did this, they know I would stop paying their tuition, and their entire inheritance would be turned over to Veterans (and animals!) in my will! But, my sons are not doing this regardless of their vote. I raised them well! And, frankly, because they are well-traveled and smart, they are a lot more intelligent/wordly/respectful than these privileged hypocrites on the streets of the USA.

    “These protesters are so loathsome…so privileged, so narrow-minded.”

    The same logic was applied to the colonists by the British. Why couldn’t they just accept paying a tax to help out the mother country?

    It’s not the protestors, it’s the protestors who are violent. The ones who destroy property.

    “It disgusts me that soldiers, now for 15 years, are fighting for the liberties of these arrogant, unpatriotic, undignified, lazy youth who would never have the guts to serve in the Army, Navy or Marines.”

    You really need to educate yourself.

    http://www.ibtimes.com/anti-donald-trump-protest-former-marine-alexander-mccoy-plans-nyc-rally-against-gop-2372840

    It is EXACTLY why soldiers died to enable those who you oppose politically to be able to show their displeasure with the current system.

    “If my sons did this, they know I would stop paying their tuition, and their entire inheritance would be turned over to Veterans (and animals!) in my will! But, my sons are not doing this regardless of their vote. I raised them well!”

    You mean you propagandized them well. No different than Soros or the Alt-Right.

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    you always insist on taking everything out of context, and proceed to lecture anyone about history that is either wrong, irrelevant, disjointed, or just plain goofy whenever someone says something off the top of their head. You never listen (read & think before responding) to what people are actually saying; probably, because, as I said in the past to you: you believe in nothing, just antagonizing people to approve your point of view. Always trying to convince people you've got it right; it's so naive, and kinda' sad. I find you too bi-polar, and probably not as worldly as me - I can tell. So, your senseless chirping at strangers like me, and others, on Steve's site is really, boring. Your last line, says it all. Out of courtesy, I replied...but no more after this.
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  • @candid_observer
    Yeah, one of the most interesting things to track in the aftermath of this election will be the fate of the media. It has become well and truly unhinged. Breitbart will certainly rise in importance. But it clearly needs to clean up its act so that it can be seen as a broad, reasonably balanced source of news, rather than as a purely partisan outlet. There's of course a place for such outlets, but there is much such a publication can't do that needs to be done. Fox News is perhaps a good model for a broader Breitbart, with, of course, necessary changes to reflect a Trumpian take on politics.

    Some of today's prominent media outlets must be awfully concerned as to their place in the new Trumpian world. The NY Times must wonder what its access and influence might be in a nation controlled at all political levels by Republicans, and by Trump at the top. And it can't stop itself from engaging in the most egregiously partisan behavior -- it's too deeply in the grip of its own dogmatic beliefs.

    Even a publication like People must wonder where it's going to go for the stupid things it does. No First Family would be better suited to be fodder for its high society porn, given the beauty and appeal of so many of the Trump family. But they went all-in on a vicious attack on Trump, with the frumpy reporter from People declaring that many years ago he forced his tongue down her throat -- while not of course in any way pursuing it at the time -- and the magazine declaring its full support of her. I'm sure when they published this attack, they all held it unthinkable he might ever win. I wonder how much regret they have now?

    saw People Magazine post election with photos and all, of the Trump family. I recall a condescending tone a few times, but obviously, People is now caught in a vice. It is still staggering to me that NYT and all the networks that disparaged him constantly, never saw the Mac truck hitting them. I predicted last winter, even earlier, that he would win because the Coastal Elites forgot (Hillary ignored) that they are detached and unaware of what life is like for “Everyday” Americans. With the heroin deaths of depressed young people up sky-high, they were clueless how that is connected to the despair in the factory ghost towns across New England to the Rustbelt and Plains. I hope they feel ashamed because they didn’t give a sh*t about half the American people, and they lost; looked like fools sputtering, mouths agape. They still don’t “get it” since they are claiming it is due to the racism of all Trump supporters. First they tried condescension and detachment, and lost; now they are opting for racism & bigotry. They didn’t learn anything – you can’t randomly call people racist if you have no facts about their behavior, maligning people won’t give you the results you want. And, all the brilliant tech entrepreneurs or corporate types who may read here: wouldn’t it have been smarter to open up satellite SV plants and tech hubs in the Rust Belt, at least near the college towns, for the last 15 years? California: The Rent Is Too Damn High for young people.

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  • OT – Any truth to these stories that HRC was in a drunken rage and tried to assault her advisers on election night? I mean, maybe it’s kind of cruel to bring it up, but, after all, HRC did try to base her campaign on “grab her by the p*ssy” and Alicia Machado ……

    http://www.infowars.com/report-hillary-became-physically-violent-after-she-realized-she-had-lost-the-election/

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    infowars isn't exactly what I'd call a reliable source.

    If we want alternative media, the first thing really necessary is a media outlet whose reports can be taken as well-vetted.

    From my point of view, if infowars reports something in isolation, it means almost nothing until it is backed up by another source.

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  • @Romanian

    The problem with Orange County is it has become way too Asian. Many parts of the county are starting to racially look like The San Gabriel Valley.
     
    This made me lol. It really shows how you can internalize a shitty situation as being part of the ordinary landscape. Just like most of you have accepted that 1965 is a done deal and that you can't even go back to pre-2000 demographics. I was expecting you to say that parts of the country look like China or Korea or whatever, and then you say San Gabriel Valley, that birthing place of the Asian aborigine :)

    ” I was expecting you to say that parts of the country look like China or Korea or whatever, and then you say San Gabriel Valley, that birthing place of the Asian aborigine :)”

    I mention The San Gabriel Valley because it is one of the few places in the mainland lower 48 United States where Asians outnumber Whites.

    Asians make up only 5 percent of The U.S population, but in the suburbs of The San Gabriel Valley they range from 50 percent Asian to over 70 percent Asian.

    As a White person I remember experiencing culture shock first stepping foot in The San Gabriel Valley.

    The San Gabriel Valley sticks out like a sore thumb in a country that’s not very Asian demographics wise.

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  • @Formerly CARealist
    You read more than one of his books? Eek. I read Mr. Sammler's Planet and it was totally disgusting and dispiriting.

    If he's critiquing "cultures" then I assume he's discouraged about downtown blacks or spoiled rich kids.

    It was a little disgusting, but what were the more disgusting moments? The scary negro cornering the old man, the baby boom daughters’ sexuality, etc. Those are proper things to be disgusted by.

    I like to think it’s healthy to be dispirited by 1970 America. Who was in charge? Bellow is what you might almost term a neoconservative, though maybe he doesn’t quite qualify. I don’t know. But he does a lot of self-criticism of his own tribe, both ethnic and ideological. The latter of which was former pinko midcentury liberalism. By the time of Sammler he definitely wasn’t that.

    The big flaw if that book, for me, is the Holocaust nostalgia, by which I’m utterly bored. But I probably wouldn’t be as bored had I been alive when it was written.

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  • @Chrisnonymous
    Steve,
    Sorry you've been downgraded from a preeminent IQ journalist to a blogger. Life ain't fair.

    downgraded (…) to a blogger

    Steve is to blogging like Paul Bunyan is to logging. Except Steve is real. I hear tell that Big Steve recently approved 1,359 comments in one day while continuously posting a good number of articles and also finding time to enjoy a comic opera.

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  • @Marcus
    Fact: Jews disproportionately benefited from slavery (though not to the extent NOI claims), then became the staunchest champions of "civil rights" less than a century later.
    https://twitter.com/peterbeinart/status/796372768145014785
    We should have a long memory too

    Whatever. If I took a Peter Beinhart article about the poor wee Palestinians and posted it in Taki’s mag, you’d think it was the best thing ever.

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    Never forget!
    https://twitter.com/sarahksilverman/status/796239458328723456
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  • Anon • Disclaimer says:
    @anon
    Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, a Patriot takes protesting hipster's flag away from him, as he was dragging it on the ground, hipster chases Patriot with taser. Hipster gets punched in the face. Patriot wins:

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=022_1479069334

    I say let them burn every US flag.

    After Obama, neo-imperialism, and homo ‘marriage’, I have no respect for the US flag.

    Decent white Americans need to create a new flag.

    Similarly, good decent folks need to create a new concept to define the union of real man and real woman. The word ‘marriage’ has been soiled and befouled beyond recognition.

    Ewwww.

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  • @Wade

    University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan is being asked to refrain from quoting Thomas Jefferson because of his racist beliefs, according to The Cavalier Daily.
     
    Why is there a concerted effort to delete from the history books all traces of America's origins and who stands to benefit from it? It's not rational. You can pick any great non-white leader in history, Gandhi certainly, probably even MLK, and find evidence for racism in their beliefs. In the case of MLK, if not racism, misogyny or worse (rape).

    All great people who accomplish something did something sinful or horrible. That's no reason to commit suicide.

    Who stands to benefit when the last vestiges of the USA belonging to the grand Christian European heritage are wiped out? I mean the fight is on and they are winning because when I typed that last statement I guiltily asked myself, "wait, does it make me a racist or white supremacist or something for typing that sentence?" I find that I have to remind myself quite often about the existence of Japan and China and other nations that are organized around the interests of a common people in order to continue to exist: My self doubt is then assuaged. Of course a commonality among people is a basic requirement for an organized nation state even to be justified, let alone succeed. This is obvious, right?

    Off topic but did anyone watch SNL's opening Requiem for Hillary the past Saturday? The SNL cast clearly took Tuesday's results hard. In a skit with a surprise appearance from Chris Rock the cast joked about how much they've been in a bubble and the people on the coasts know nothing about how people in the interior feel about politics. But this was long obvious to all of us. I guess there never was much hope in these east coast types ever having anticipated the fissures in American society that would be introduced by extremely rapidly changing demographics. They still thought that America would look past this huge divide to elect Hillary out of solidarity with Destiny, or the Right Side Of History, or something.

    Does the cast of SNL and others like them still not get that this over-arching desire to have the first black president, the first female president (even to the possible detriment of other societal issues caused by the affirmative action candidate. Hillary would've done permanent damage to the middle class's ability to stand up to the globalist oligarchs, for instance) is a fairly quaint feature of our culture? Since we are in the throes of dismantling all remaining vestiges of the privilege granted to this distinct European-American people by our forefathers and effectively advertising to the world "We are an equal opportunity immigration destination", we will ironically not much longer be able to grant "privilege" to any of our nation's prerogatives, whether they be progressive or conservative in nature, let alone those that are unique, quaint and basically unnecessary to our nation's survival like having a female president.

    I hope this is a wake up call for everyone. Hey, on the upside, SNL was finally funny again thanks to David Chapelle as their guest host:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EG0wQRsXLi4

    Good poast

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  • @Anonymous Nephew
    OT - Financial Times


    "2 days before Japanese PM Abe meets Trump, his team has no idea who is advising Trump on Japan & China"

    https://www.ft.com/content/18a3c336-aacb-11e6-9cb3-bb8207902122

    Surely Eamon Fingleton of this parish needs to give Trump Tower a call? That would certainly make Japan and China think.

    http://www.unz.com/author/eamonn-fingleton/

    this is where I think Thiel will be so important: SV is full of entrepreneurs and interesting people who know a lot about China & Japan. I’m not worried at all. The festering Middle East and Turkey will be the big problems.

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  • Signed by 469 faculty members and students…. I wonder if even one person refused to sign. Probably not; would have been on the news.

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  • @Gabriel M
    Well I'm glad SOMEBODY picked up on it. Sailer's having a fundraising drive so, obviously, it's time for the Occam's rubber room posts linking standard university Leftist agitation to (((them))) and Sailer's pet obsessions. This one was nicely done: nothing too obvious, a couple of non-sequitors and a subtle "antigentilism" tag at the bottom. But 128 comments in and, Sailer's more excitable commentators finding Phillip Giraldi more commodious nowadays, it looked like no-one was even going to bring it up. Perhaps it was too subtle. Good job you pointed things out, everyone's gotta earn a livin.

    We take the liberty around here of noticing things. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

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  • @anon
    Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, a Patriot takes protesting hipster's flag away from him, as he was dragging it on the ground, hipster chases Patriot with taser. Hipster gets punched in the face. Patriot wins:

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=022_1479069334

    These protesters are so loathsome…so privileged, so narrow-minded. It disgusts me that soldiers, now for 15 years, are fighting for the liberties of these arrogant, unpatriotic, undignified, lazy youth who would never have the guts to serve in the Army, Navy or Marines. If my sons did this, they know I would stop paying their tuition, and their entire inheritance would be turned over to Veterans (and animals!) in my will! But, my sons are not doing this regardless of their vote. I raised them well! And, frankly, because they are well-traveled and smart, they are a lot more intelligent/wordly/respectful than these privileged hypocrites on the streets of the USA.

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    "These protesters are so loathsome…so privileged, so narrow-minded."

    The same logic was applied to the colonists by the British. Why couldn't they just accept paying a tax to help out the mother country?

    It's not the protestors, it's the protestors who are violent. The ones who destroy property.

    "It disgusts me that soldiers, now for 15 years, are fighting for the liberties of these arrogant, unpatriotic, undignified, lazy youth who would never have the guts to serve in the Army, Navy or Marines."

    You really need to educate yourself.

    http://www.ibtimes.com/anti-donald-trump-protest-former-marine-alexander-mccoy-plans-nyc-rally-against-gop-2372840

    It is EXACTLY why soldiers died to enable those who you oppose politically to be able to show their displeasure with the current system.

    "If my sons did this, they know I would stop paying their tuition, and their entire inheritance would be turned over to Veterans (and animals!) in my will! But, my sons are not doing this regardless of their vote. I raised them well!"

    You mean you propagandized them well. No different than Soros or the Alt-Right.
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  • These dickheads are still spewing their anti-American bile. The sheer objective stupidity of it is enough to find irritating, let alone the explicit Kulturkampf against “Western” Man. Thomas Jefferson wasn’t just a man of his time. He was a supreme example of the Enlightenment polymath. And these liars now want to censor the man who founded not only the Republic, but the very university which makes the mistake of paying them?

    I think not. The wheel of history is turning.

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    The ludicrous anti-Jefferson nonsense is brought to you but people who also believed that Hillary (Hillary!) was the most qualified Presidential candidate ever. How they could mention her in the same league as Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Madison and others is demoralizing but not surprising. If she wants a monument, put it in DC where she is jumping not just a shark but a whole national aquarium.
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  • @Bill B.
    OT:

    Just forced myself to read WaPo which criticises - ludicrously - Obama for smiling too much.

    I have no idea how Obama feels about the election but isn't it entirely possible he is happy Hillary lost?

    Aside from the bad blood between them her destruction also brings down Bill's reputation leaving Obama's legacy as relatively benign in liberal eyes.

    I notice in WaPo's snaps of 'grieving' White House staffers that hard core Obama (PoC) insiders like Rice and Jarrett do not look devastated at all.

    I thought the same thing, too. I feel like O is relieved she lost ( I mean, the progs chose him over her 8 years ago!) because Bill & she just went nuts collecting so much cash from unsavory monarchies and autocracies all over the Middle East; and getting the nefarious speech fees from Wall Street – it was creepy and tacky. So stunning how Hillary supporters were fine with that, and our 15-year-old wars & the national debt, btw. And, these dumb-ass, privileged (they need to check their multicultural privilege :)!, protesters burning flags and sh*t while US soldiers die overseas fighting for their pathetic freedom to ransack cities. The soldiers, of course, being the children of the Deplorables! No, when Bill trashed Obamacare just weeks before the election, I saw that as a sign that Hillary would try get awesome glory by recreating Hillarycare…I think that Obama was more worried about Hillary trashing his legacy, rather than Donald. The Clintons lost and I am very relieved. I can’t believe how much I’ve enjoyed all the cringe-worthy soul-searching by pundits and their ilk this past week. It’s a little harder to stomach the breathtaking hubris, hypocrisy, the ridiculous “call to arms” of my suburban, mostly female friends, calling everybody and their mother, racist. I’m exhausted, yawn. It’s time to avoid, avoid, avoid and clean my house of superfluous things.

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  • @Gabriel M
    Well I'm glad SOMEBODY picked up on it. Sailer's having a fundraising drive so, obviously, it's time for the Occam's rubber room posts linking standard university Leftist agitation to (((them))) and Sailer's pet obsessions. This one was nicely done: nothing too obvious, a couple of non-sequitors and a subtle "antigentilism" tag at the bottom. But 128 comments in and, Sailer's more excitable commentators finding Phillip Giraldi more commodious nowadays, it looked like no-one was even going to bring it up. Perhaps it was too subtle. Good job you pointed things out, everyone's gotta earn a livin.

    Sailer’s pet obsessions

    Steve’s overarching “obsession”/contribution is Noticing many interesting, important things. If some detractors get hives because they would rather he avert his eyes when it comes to certain ‘every goddamn time’ patterns, that’s on them, not Steve or anyone else.

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  • @Anonymous Nephew
    OT - Financial Times


    "2 days before Japanese PM Abe meets Trump, his team has no idea who is advising Trump on Japan & China"

    https://www.ft.com/content/18a3c336-aacb-11e6-9cb3-bb8207902122

    Surely Eamon Fingleton of this parish needs to give Trump Tower a call? That would certainly make Japan and China think.

    http://www.unz.com/author/eamonn-fingleton/

    Maybe a better question would be who is advising Abe on US issues, since he made a point of meeting with Hillary and not Trump the last time he was over here. Ooops.

    http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2016/09/20/national/politics-diplomacy/abe-clinton-meet-ny-restate-split-tpp-stances-weigh-pyongyang-threat/#.WCtJchlMGBY

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  • Anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Svigor
    I think Giuliani deserves a spot. Rewarding your allies is how politics works. Bolton, on the other hand, does not. He didn't have enough pull going in to merit anything significant, even if he did support Trump.

    Ironic because this is Kushner’s paper and today Politico briefing says Kushner convinced DJT to install Preibus. Which really pisses me off. Politico claims Kushner has the last word with Donald.

    If the Trump presidency is led off the rails by a crypto-liberal consigliere it will be the last straw.
     
    What were all the first straws?

    While Rinse Pubis as CoS isn't what I'd call a good sign, it isn't what I'd call a bad sign, either. Trump's going to have to work with the GOP. With regard to Pubis as CoS, the question is, who will be driving whom? I see no evidence at all that it will be Rinse driving Trump, so I figure a wait and see attitude is best.

    Eh, I think having Preibus around is a good thing. The guy needs someone who knows how things work and has connections to the old regime. Otherwise he is really going to be lost with all these political novices.
     
    Right. As long as Trump is driving Pubis, it's should be a good thing. It depends on how uppity Pubis gets. He may balk at serving Trump's agenda. On the other hand, he should already have a pretty good idea of Trump's agenda going in, and he took the job anyway. But maybe his plan is to "civilize" Trump. But that's risky, because if he fails, he could wind up tainted. Maybe he's just signed on to Trump's agenda? We'll have to wait and see.

    FDR was a leftist for his time. Anything a leftist does is OK, witness Bill Clinton and women or Robert Byrd and blacks.
     
    Wasn't Thomas Jefferson, and weren't all of the Founders, leftist for their time?

    Wait until someone brings up MLK’s treatment of women. Trump should use it as a reason to remove his bust from the Oval Office.
     
    Oy vey. That would be perfect. You know what might be even better? "Yes, I thought long and hard about removing MLK's bust from the Oval Office, because of his horrible treatment of and abuse to women, but then I decided to keep it there anyway." Then he could refer back to that throughout his presidency, when challenged to repudiate this or that. 1) Publicly reinforce MLK's horrible treatment of women a couple hundred times, and 2) use him as an excuse to refuse leftist demands.

    I’m sure that’s to keep the “clansmen” calm. Politico doesn’t know who has the last word with, it might be one of his sons, it might be Lewandowski or Bannon. It might be nobody.
     

    While there are some very good Trump appointees (Bannon, Kobach, Stephen Miller), these will most likely be outweighed by Kushner’s influence through DJT’s paternal affection for his daughter.
     
    Common sense suggests blood has a leg up, but also that married daughters get less influence, because their husbands tend to have more influence over them.

    If Trump has any sense, he’ll loan the MLK bust permanently to the Museum of African American History and Culture where tourists can look at it, and put Churchill back in his office. That way he doesn’t have to see MLK’s ugly mug, yet all the tourists will be thinking Trump’s honored blacks (because they got to see the MLK bust with their own eyes! SJW squeal!). That would solve the problem. Any future president who has funny ideas about putting MLK back in the White House will have to deal with the shrieks of outrage from SJWers about it being stolen from its proper place in a museum honoring blacks. In the long term, it can be quietly donated to the museum and forgotten about.

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  • @syonredux

    Bellow is an interesting case, in that he didn’t know he was an illegal (I think) immigrant until later in life. But I think he’s talking out of his butt when he says the country took them over. His subculture is all over his books: Russian Jew-cum-Chicago Jew-cum-New York Jew. I dare say he was more rooted in foreign culture than your average deracinated child of illegal Mexicans today. He has whole conversations in French in his novels, for Pete’s sake.
     
    His books clearly reveal his immigrant background, sure. But no one could mistake them for the work of a foreigner.

    He has whole conversations in French in his novels, for Pete’s sake
     
    So did Tolstoy.

    “no one could mistake them for the work of a foreigner”

    Of course not.

    “So did Tolstoy

    That’s kinda the point.

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