The Unz Review - Mobile
A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media

Bookmark Toggle AllToCAdd to LibraryRemove from Library • BShow CommentNext New CommentNext New Reply
Current Commenter says:

Leave a Reply -


 Remember My InformationWhy?
 Email Replies to my Comment
Submitted comments become the property of The Unz Review and may be republished elsewhere at the sole discretion of the latter
Commenters to FollowHide Excerpts
By Authors Filter?
Andrei Martyanov Andrew J. Bacevich Andrew Joyce Andrew Napolitano Boyd D. Cathey Brad Griffin C.J. Hopkins Chanda Chisala Eamonn Fingleton Eric Margolis Fred Reed Godfree Roberts Gustavo Arellano Ilana Mercer Israel Shamir James Kirkpatrick James Petras James Thompson Jared Taylor JayMan John Derbyshire John Pilger Jonathan Revusky Kevin MacDonald Linh Dinh Michael Hoffman Michael Hudson Mike Whitney Nathan Cofnas Norman Finkelstein Pat Buchanan Patrick Cockburn Paul Craig Roberts Paul Gottfried Paul Kersey Peter Frost Peter Lee Philip Giraldi Philip Weiss Robert Weissberg Ron Paul Ron Unz Stephen J. Sniegoski The Saker Tom Engelhardt A. Graham Adam Hochschild Aedon Cassiel Ahmet Öncü Alexander Cockburn Alexander Hart Alfred McCoy Alison Rose Levy Alison Weir Anand Gopal Andre Damon Andrew Cockburn Andrew Fraser Andy Kroll Ann Jones Anonymous Anthony DiMaggio Ariel Dorfman Arlie Russell Hochschild Arno Develay Arnold Isaacs Artem Zagorodnov Astra Taylor Austen Layard Aviva Chomsky Ayman Fadel Barbara Ehrenreich Barbara Garson Barbara Myers Barry Lando Belle Chesler Beverly Gologorsky Bill Black Bill Moyers Bob Dreyfuss Bonnie Faulkner Brenton Sanderson Brett Redmayne-Titley Brian Dew Carl Horowitz Catherine Crump Charles Bausman Charles Goodhart Charles Wood Charlotteville Survivor Chase Madar Chris Hedges Chris Roberts Christian Appy Christopher DeGroot Chuck Spinney Coleen Rowley Cooper Sterling Craig Murray Dahr Jamail Dan E. Phillips Dan Sanchez Daniel McAdams Danny Sjursen Dave Kranzler Dave Lindorff David Barsamian David Bromwich David Chibo David Gordon David North David Vine David Walsh David William Pear Dean Baker Dennis Saffran Diana Johnstone Dilip Hiro Dirk Bezemer Ed Warner Edmund Connelly Eduardo Galeano Ellen Cantarow Ellen Packer Ellison Lodge Eric Draitser Eric Zuesse Erik Edstrom Erika Eichelberger Erin L. Thompson Eugene Girin F. Roger Devlin Franklin Lamb Frida Berrigan Friedrich Zauner Gabriel Black Gary Corseri Gary North Gary Younge Gene Tuttle George Albert George Bogdanich George Szamuely Georgianne Nienaber Glenn Greenwald Greg Grandin Greg Johnson Gregoire Chamayou Gregory Foster Gregory Hood Gregory Wilpert Guest Admin Hannah Appel Hans-Hermann Hoppe Harri Honkanen Henry Cockburn Hina Shamsi Howard Zinn Hubert Collins Hugh McInnish Ira Chernus Jack Kerwick Jack Rasmus Jack Ravenwood Jack Sen James Bovard James Carroll James Fulford Jane Lazarre Jared S. Baumeister Jason C. Ditz Jason Kessler Jay Stanley Jeff J. Brown Jeffrey Blankfort Jeffrey St. Clair Jen Marlowe Jeremiah Goulka Jeremy Cooper Jesse Mossman Jim Daniel Jim Kavanagh JoAnn Wypijewski Joe Lauria Johannes Wahlstrom John W. Dower John Feffer John Fund John Harrison Sims John Reid John Stauber John Taylor John V. Walsh John Williams Jon Else Jonathan Alan King Jonathan Anomaly Jonathan Rooper Jonathan Schell Joseph Kishore Juan Cole Judith Coburn K.R. Bolton Karel Van Wolferen Karen Greenberg Kelley Vlahos Kersasp D. Shekhdar Kevin Barrett Kevin Zeese Kshama Sawant Lance Welton Laura Gottesdiener Laura Poitras Laurent Guyénot Lawrence G. Proulx Leo Hohmann Linda Preston Logical Meme Lorraine Barlett M.G. Miles Mac Deford Maidhc O Cathail Malcolm Unwell Marcus Alethia Marcus Cicero Margaret Flowers Mark Danner Mark Engler Mark Perry Matt Parrott Mattea Kramer Matthew Harwood Matthew Richer Matthew Stevenson Max Blumenthal Max Denken Max North Maya Schenwar Michael Gould-Wartofsky Michael Schwartz Michael T. Klare Murray Polner Nan Levinson Naomi Oreskes Nate Terani Ned Stark Nelson Rosit Nicholas Stix Nick Kollerstrom Nick Turse Noam Chomsky Nomi Prins Patrick Cleburne Patrick Cloutier Paul Cochrane Paul Engler Paul Nachman Paul Nehlen Pepe Escobar Peter Brimelow Peter Gemma Peter Van Buren Pierre M. Sprey Pratap Chatterjee Publius Decius Mus Rajan Menon Ralph Nader Ramin Mazaheri Ramziya Zaripova Randy Shields Ray McGovern Razib Khan Rebecca Gordon Rebecca Solnit Richard Krushnic Richard Silverstein Rick Shenkman Rita Rozhkova Robert Baxter Robert Bonomo Robert Fisk Robert Lipsyte Robert Parry Robert Roth Robert S. Griffin Robert Scheer Robert Trivers Robin Eastman Abaya Roger Dooghy Ronald N. Neff Rory Fanning Sam Francis Sam Husseini Sayed Hasan Sharmini Peries Sheldon Richman Spencer Davenport Spencer Quinn Stefan Karganovic Steffen A. Woll Stephanie Savell Stephen J. Rossi Steve Fraser Steven Yates Sydney Schanberg Tanya Golash-Boza Ted Rall Theodore A. Postol Thierry Meyssan Thomas Frank Thomas O. Meehan Tim Shorrock Tim Weiner Tobias Langdon Todd E. Pierce Todd Gitlin Todd Miller Tom Piatak Tom Suarez Tom Sunic Tracy Rosenberg Virginia Dare Vladimir Brovkin Vox Day W. Patrick Lang Walter Block William Binney William DeBuys William Hartung William J. Astore Winslow T. Wheeler Ximena Ortiz Yan Shen
Nothing found
By Topics/Categories Filter?
2016 Election 9/11 Academia AIPAC Alt Right American Media American Military American Pravda Anti-Semitism Benjamin Netanyahu Blacks Britain China Conservative Movement Conspiracy Theories Deep State Donald Trump Economics Foreign Policy Hillary Clinton History Ideology Immigration IQ Iran ISIS Islam Israel Israel Lobby Israel/Palestine Jews Middle East Neocons Political Correctness Race/IQ Race/Ethnicity Republicans Russia Science Syria Terrorism Turkey Ukraine Vladimir Putin World War II 1971 War 2008 Election 2012 Election 2014 Election 23andMe 70th Anniversary Parade 75-0-25 Or Something A Farewell To Alms A. J. West A Troublesome Inheritance Aarab Barghouti Abc News Abdelhamid Abaaoud Abe Abe Foxman Abigail Marsh Abortion Abraham Lincoln Abu Ghraib Abu Zubaydah Academy Awards Acheivement Gap Acid Attacks Adam Schiff Addiction Adoptees Adoption Adoption Twins ADRA2b AEI Affective Empathy Affirmative Action Affordable Family Formation Afghanistan Africa African Americans African Genetics Africans Afrikaner Afrocentricism Agriculture Aha AIDS Ain't Nobody Got Time For That. Ainu Aircraft Carriers AirSea Battle Al Jazeera Al-Qaeda Alan Dershowitz Alan Macfarlane Albania Alberto Del Rosario Albion's Seed Alcohol Alcoholism Alexander Hamilton Alexandre Skirda Alexis De Tocqueville Algeria All Human Behavioral Traits Are Heritable All Traits Are Heritable Alpha Centauri Alpha Males Alt Left Altruism Amazon.com America The Beautiful American Atheists American Debt American Exceptionalism American Flag American Jews American Left American Legion American Nations American Nations American Prisons American Renaissance Americana Amerindians Amish Amish Quotient Amnesty Amnesty International Amoral Familialism Amy Chua Amygdala An Hbd Liberal Anaconda Anatoly Karlin Ancestry Ancient DNA Ancient Genetics Ancient Jews Ancient Near East Anders Breivik Andrei Nekrasov Andrew Jackson Androids Angela Stent Angelina Jolie Anglo-Saxons Ann Coulter Anne Buchanan Anne Heche Annual Country Reports On Terrorism Anthropology Antibiotics Antifa Antiquity Antiracism Antisocial Behavior Antiwar Movement Antonin Scalia Antonio Trillanes IV Anywhere But Here Apartheid Appalachia Appalachians Arab Christianity Arab Spring Arabs Archaic DNA Archaic Humans Arctic Humans Arctic Resources Argentina Argentina Default Armenians Army-McCarthy Hearings Arnon Milchan Art Arthur Jensen Artificial Intelligence As-Safir Ash Carter Ashkenazi Intelligence Ashkenazi Jews Ashraf Ghani Asia Asian Americans Asian Quotas Asians ASPM Assassinations Assimilation Assortative Mating Atheism Atlantic Council Attractiveness Attractiveness Australia Australian Aboriginals Austria Austro-Hungarian Empire Austronesians Autism Automation Avi Tuschman Avigdor Lieberman Ayodhhya Babri Masjid Baby Boom Baby Gap Baby Girl Jay Backlash Bacterial Vaginosis Bad Science Bahrain Balanced Polymorphism Balkans Baltimore Riots Bangladesh Banking Banking Industry Banking System Banks Barack H. Obama Barack Obama Barbara Comstock Bariatric Surgery Baseball Bashar Al-Assad Baumeister BDA BDS Movement Beauty Beauty Standards Behavior Genetics Behavioral Genetics Behaviorism Beijing Belgrade Embassy Bombing Believeing In Observational Studies Is Nuts Ben Cardin Ben Carson Benghazi Benjamin Cardin Berlin Wall Bernard Henri-Levy Bernard Lewis Bernie Madoff Bernie Sanders Bernies Sanders Beta Males BICOM Big Five Bilingual Education Bill 59 Bill Clinton Bill Kristol Bill Maher Billionaires Billy Graham Birds Of A Feather Birth Order Birth Rate Bisexuality Bisexuals BJP Black Americans Black Crime Black History Black Lives Matter Black Metal Black Muslims Black Panthers Black Women Attractiveness Blackface Blade Runner Blogging Blond Hair Blue Eyes Bmi Boasian Anthropology Boderlanders Boeing Boers Boiling Off Boko Haram Bolshevik Revolution Books Border Reivers Borderlander Borderlanders Boris Johnson Bosnia Boston Bomb Boston Marathon Bombing Bowe Bergdahl Boycott Divest And Sanction Boycott Divestment And Sanctions Brain Brain Scans Brain Size Brain Structure Brazil Breaking Down The Bullshit Breeder's Equation Bret Stephens Brexit Brian Boutwell Brian Resnick BRICs Brighter Brains Brighton Broken Hill Brown Eyes Bruce Jenner Bruce Lahn brussels Bryan Caplan BS Bundy Family Burakumin Burma Bush Administration C-section Cagots Caitlyn Jenner California Cambodia Cameron Russell Campaign Finance Campaign For Liberty Campus Rape Canada Canada Day Canadian Flag Canadians Cancer Candida Albicans Cannabis Capital Punishment Capitalism Captain Chicken Cardiovascular Disease Care Package Carl Sagan Carly Fiorina Caroline Glick Carroll Quigley Carry Me Back To Ole Virginny Carter Page Castes Catalonia Catholic Church Catholicism Catholics Causation Cavaliers CCTV Censorship Central Asia Chanda Chisala Charles Darwin Charles Krauthammer Charles Murray Charles Schumer Charleston Shooting Charlie Hebdo Charlie Rose Charlottesville Chechens Chechnya Cherlie Hebdo Child Abuse Child Labor Children Chimerism China/America China Stock Market Meltdown China Vietnam Chinese Chinese Communist Party Chinese Evolution Chinese Exclusion Act Chlamydia Chris Gown Chris Rock Chris Stringer Christian Fundamentalism Christianity Christmas Christopher Steele Chuck Chuck Hagel Chuck Schumer CIA Cinema Civil Liberties Civil Rights Civil War Civilian Deaths CJIA Clannishness Clans Clark-unz Selection Classical Economics Classical History Claude-Lévi-Strauss Climate Climate Change Clinton Global Initiative Cliodynamics Cloudburst Flight Clovis Cochran And Harpending Coefficient Of Relationship Cognitive Empathy Cognitive Psychology Cohorts Cold War Colin Kaepernick Colin Woodard Colombia Colonialism Colonists Coming Apart Comments Communism Confederacy Confederate Flag Conflict Of Interest Congress Consanguinity Conscientiousness Consequences Conservatism Conservatives Constitution Constitutional Theory Consumer Debt Cornel West Corporal Punishment Correlation Is Still Not Causation Corruption Corruption Perception Index Costa Concordia Cousin Marriage Cover Story CPEC Craniometry CRIF Crime Crimea Criminality Crowded Crowding Cruise Missiles Cuba Cuban Missile Crisis Cuckold Envy Cuckservative Cultural Evolution Cultural Marxism Cut The Sh*t Guys DACA Dads Vs Cads Daily Mail Dalai Lama Dallas Shooting Dalliard Dalton Trumbo Damascus Bombing Dan Freedman Dana Milbank Daniel Callahan Danish Daren Acemoglu Dark Ages Dark Tetrad Dark Triad Darwinism Data Posts David Brooks David Friedman David Frum David Goldenberg David Hackett Fischer David Ignatius David Katz David Kramer David Lane David Petraeus Davide Piffer Davos Death Death Penalty Debbie Wasserman-Schultz Debt Declaration Of Universal Human Rights Deep Sleep Deep South Democracy Democratic Party Democrats Demographic Transition Demographics Demography Denisovans Denmark Dennis Ross Depression Deprivation Deregulation Derek Harvey Desired Family Size Detroit Development Developmental Noise Developmental Stability Diabetes Diagnostic And Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders Dialects Dick Cheney Die Nibelungen Dienekes Diet Different Peoples Is Different Dinesh D'Souza Dirty Bomb Discrimination Discrimination Paradigm Disney Dissent Diversity Dixie Django Unchained Do You Really Want To Know? Doing My Part Doll Tests Dollar Domestic Terrorism Dominique Strauss-Kahn Dopamine Douglas MacArthur Dr James Thompson Drd4 Dreams From My Father Dresden Drew Barrymore Dreyfus Affair Drinking Drone War Drones Drug Cartels Drugs Dry Counties DSM Dunning-kruger Effect Dusk In Autumn Dustin Hoffman Duterte Dylan Roof Dylann Roof Dysgenic E.O. 9066 E. O. Wilson Eagleman East Asia East Asians Eastern Europe Eastern Europeans Ebola Economic Development Economic Sanctions Economy Ed Miller Education Edward Price Edward Snowden EEA Egypt Eisenhower El Salvador Elections Electric Cars Elie Wiesel Eliot Cohen Eliot Engel Elites Ellen Walker Elliot Abrams Elliot Rodger Elliott Abrams Elon Musk Emigration Emil Kirkegaard Emmanuel Macron Emmanuel Todd Empathy England English Civil War Enhanced Interrogations Enoch Powell Entrepreneurship Environment Environmental Estrogens Environmentalism Erdogan Eric Cantor Espionage Estrogen Ethiopia Ethnic Genetic Interests Ethnic Nepotism Ethnicity EU Eugenic Eugenics Eurasia Europe European Right European Union Europeans Eurozone Everything Evil Evolution Evolutionary Biology Evolutionary Psychology Exercise Extraversion Extreterrestrials Eye Color Eyes Ezra Cohen-Watnick Face Recognition Face Shape Faces Facts Fake News fallout Family Studies Far West Farmers Farming Fascism Fat Head Fat Shaming Father Absence FBI Federal Reserve Female Deference Female Homosexuality Female Sexual Response Feminism Feminists Ferguson Shooting Fertility Fertility Fertility Rates Fethullah Gulen Fetish Feuds Fields Medals FIFA Fifty Shades Of Grey Film Finance Financial Bailout Financial Bubbles Financial Debt Financial Sector Financial Times Finland First Amendment First Law First World War FISA Fitness Flags Flight From White Fluctuating Asymmetry Flynn Effect Food Football For Profit Schools Foreign Service Fourth Of July Fracking Fragrances France Francesco Schettino Frank Salter Frankfurt School Frantz Fanon Franz Boas Fred Hiatt Fred Reed Freddie Gray Frederic Hof Free Speech Free Trade Free Will Freedom Of Navigation Freedom Of Speech French Canadians French National Front French Paradox Friendly & Conventional Front National Frost-harpending Selection Fulford Funny G G Spot Gaddafi Gallipoli Game Gardnerella Vaginalis Gary Taubes Gay Germ Gay Marriage Gays/Lesbians Gaza Gaza Flotilla Gcta Gender Gender Gender And Sexuality Gender Confusion Gender Equality Gender Identity Disorder Gender Reassignment Gene-Culture Coevolution Gene-environment Correlation General Intelligence General Social Survey General Theory Of The West Genes Genes: They Matter Bitches Genetic Diversity Genetic Divides Genetic Engineering Genetic Load Genetic Pacification Genetics Genetics Of Height Genocide Genomics Geography Geopolitics George Bush George Clooney George Patton George Romero George Soros George Tenet George W. Bush George Wallace Germ Theory German Catholics Germans Germany Get It Right Get Real Ghouta Gilgit Baltistan Gina Haspel Glenn Beck Glenn Greenwald Global Terrorism Index Global Warming Globalism Globalization God Delusion Goetsu Going Too Far Gold Gold Warriors Goldman Sachs Good Advice Google Gordon Gallup Goths Government Debt Government Incompetence Government Spending Government Surveillance Great Depression Great Leap Forward Great Recession Greater Appalachia Greece Greeks Greg Clark Greg Cochran Gregory B Christainsen Gregory Clark Gregory Cochran Gregory House GRF Grooming Group Intelligence Group Selection Grumpy Cat GSS Guangzhou Guantanamo Guardian Guilt Culture Gun Control Guns Gynephilia Gypsies H-1B H Bomb H.R. McMaster H1-B Visas Haim Saban Hair Color Hair Lengthening Haiti Hajnal Line Hamas Hamilton: An American Musical Hamilton's Rule Happiness Happy Turkey Day ... Unless You're The Turkey Harriet Tubman Harry Jaffa Harvard Harvey Weinstein Hasbara Hassidim Hate Crimes Hate Speech Hatemi Havelock Ellis Haymarket Affair Hbd Hbd Chick HBD Denial Hbd Fallout Hbd Readers Head Size Health And Medicine Health Care Healthcare Heart Disease Heart Health Heart Of Asia Conference Heartiste Heather Norton Height Helmuth Nyborg Hemoglobin Henri De Man Henry Harpending Henry Kissinger Herbert John Fleure Heredity Heritability Hexaco Hezbollah High Iq Fertility Hip Hop Hiroshima Hispanic Crime Hispanic Paradox Hispanics Historical Genetics Hitler HKND Hollywood Holocaust Homicide Homicide Rate Homo Altaiensis Homophobia Homosexuality Honesty-humility House Intelligence Committee House M.d. House Md House Of Cards Housing Huey Long Huey Newton Hugo Chavez Human Biodiversity Human Evolution Human Genetics Human Genomics Human Nature Human Rights Human Varieties Humor Hungary Hunter-Gatherers Hunting Hurricane Hurricane Harvey I.F. Stone I Kissed A Girl And I Liked It I Love Italians I.Q. Genomics Ian Deary Ibd Ibo Ice T Iceland I'd Like To Think It's Obvious I Know What I'm Talking About Ideology And Worldview Idiocracy Igbo Ignorance Ilana Mercer Illegal Immigration IMF immigrants Immigration Imperial Presidency Imperialism Imran Awan In The Electric Mist Inbreeding Income Independence Day India Indians Individualism Inequality Infection Theory Infidelity Intelligence Internet Internet Research Agency Interracial Marriage Inuit Ioannidis Ioannis Metaxas Iosif Lazaridis Iq Iq And Wealth Iran Nuclear Agreement Iran Nuclear Program Iran Sanctions Iranian Nuclear Program Iraq Iraq War Ireland Irish ISIS. Terrorism Islamic Jihad Islamophobia Isolationism Israel Defense Force Israeli Occupation Israeli Settlements Israeli Spying Italianthro Italy It's Determinism - Genetics Is Just A Part It's Not Nature And Nurture Ivanka Ivy League Iwo Eleru J. Edgar Hoover Jack Keane Jake Tapper JAM-GC Jamaica James Clapper James Comey James Fanell James Mattis James Wooley Jamie Foxx Jane Harman Jane Mayer Janet Yellen Japan Japanese Jared Diamond Jared Kushner Jared Taylor Jason Malloy JASTA Jayman Jr. Jayman's Wife Jeff Bezos Jennifer Rubin Jensen Jeremy Corbyn Jerrold Nadler Jerry Seinfeld Jesse Bering Jesuits Jewish History JFK Assassination Jill Stein Jim Crow Joe Cirincione Joe Lieberman John Allen John B. Watson John Boehner John Bolton John Brennan John Derbyshire John Durant John F. Kennedy John Hawks John Hoffecker John Kasich John Kerry John Ladue John McCain John McLaughlin John McWhorter John Mearsheimer John Tooby Joke Posts Jonathan Freedland Jonathan Pollard Joseph Lieberman Joseph McCarthy Judaism Judicial System Judith Harris Julian Assange Jute K.d. Lang Kagans Kanazawa Kashmir Katibat Al-Battar Al-Libi Katy Perry Kay Hymowitz Keith Ellison Ken Livingstone Kenneth Marcus Kennewick Man Kevin MacDonald Kevin McCarthy Kevin Mitchell Kevin Williamson KGL-9268 Khazars Kim Jong Un Kimberly Noble Kin Altruism Kin Selection Kink Kinship Kissing Kiwis Kkk Knesset Know-nothings Korea Korean War Kosovo Ku Klux Klan Kurds Kurt Campbell Labor Day Lactose Lady Gaga Language Larkana Conspiracy Larry Summers Larung Gar Las Vegas Massacre Latin America Latinos Latitude Latvia Law Law Of War Manual Laws Of Behavioral Genetics Lead Poisoning Lebanon Leda Cosmides Lee Kuan Yew Left Coast Left/Right Lenin Leo Strauss Lesbians LGBT Liberal Creationism Liberalism Liberals Libertarianism Libertarians Libya life-expectancy Life In Space Life Liberty And The Pursuit Of Happyness Lifestyle Light Skin Preference Lindsay Graham Lindsey Graham Literacy Litvinenko Lloyd Blankfein Locus Of Control Logan's Run Lombok Strait Long Ass Posts Longevity Look AHEAD Looting Lorde Love Love Dolls Lover Boys Low-carb Low-fat Low Wages LRSO Lutherans Lyndon Johnson M Factor M.g. MacArthur Awards Machiavellianism Madeleine Albright Mahmoud Abbas Maine Malacca Strait Malaysian Airlines MH17 Male Homosexuality Mamasapano Mangan Manor Manorialism Manosphere Manufacturing Mao-a Mao Zedong Maoism Maori Map Posts maps Marc Faber Marco Rubio Marijuana Marine Le Pen Mark Carney Mark Steyn Mark Warner Market Economy Marriage Martin Luther King Marwan Marwan Barghouti Marxism Mary White Ovington Masha Gessen Mass Shootings Massacre In Nice Mate Choice Mate Value Math Mathematics Maulana Bhashani Max Blumenthal Max Boot Max Brooks Mayans McCain/POW Mearsheimer-Walt Measurement Error Mega-Aggressions Mega-anlysis Megan Fox Megyn Kelly Melanin Memorial Day Mental Health Mental Illness Mental Traits Meritocracy Merkel Mesolithic Meta-analysis Meth Mexican-American War Mexico Michael Anton Michael Bloomberg Michael Flynn Michael Hudson Michael Jackson Michael Lewis Michael Morell Michael Pompeo Michael Weiss Michael Woodley Michele Bachmann Michelle Bachmann Michelle Obama Microaggressions Microcephalin Microsoft Middle Ages Mideastwire Migration Mike Huckabee Mike Pence Mike Pompeo Mike Signer Mikhail Khodorkovsky Militarized Police Military Military Pay Military Spending Milner Group Mindanao Minimum Wage Minnesota Transracial Adoption Study Minorities Minstrels Mirror Neurons Miscellaneous Misdreavus Missile Defense Mitt Romney Mixed-Race Modern Humans Mohammed Bin Salman Moldova Monogamy Moral Absolutism Moral Universalism Morality Mormons Moro Mortality Mossad Mountains Movies Moxie Mrs. Jayman MTDNA Muammar Gaddafi Multiculturalism Multiregional Model Music Muslim Muslim Ban Muslims Mutual Assured Destruction My Lai My Old Kentucky Home Myanmar Mysticism Nagasaki Nancy Segal Narendra Modi Nascar National Debt National Differences National Review National Security State National Security Strategy National Wealth Nationalism Native Americans NATO Natural Selection Nature Vs. Nurture Navy Yard Shooting Naz Shah Nazi Nazis Nazism Nbc News Nbc Nightly News Neanderthals NED Neo-Nazis Neoconservatism Neoconservatives Neoliberalism Neolithic Netherlands Neuropolitics Neuroticism Never Forget The Genetic Confound New Addition New Atheists New Cold War New England Patriots New France New French New Netherland New Qing History New Rules New Silk Road New World Order New York City New York Times Newfoundland Newt Gingrich NFL Nicaragua Canal Nicholas Sarkozy Nicholas Wade Nigeria Nightly News Nikki Haley No Free Will Nobel Prize Nobel Prized Nobosuke Kishi Nordics North Africa North Korea Northern Ireland Northwest Europe Norway NSA NSA Surveillance Nuclear Proliferation Nuclear War Nuclear Weapons Null Result Nurture Nurture Assumption Nutrition Nuts NYPD O Mio Babbino Caro Obama Obamacare Obesity Obscured American Occam's Razor Occupy Occupy Wall Street Oceania Oil Oil Industry Old Folks At Home Olfaction Oliver Stone Olympics Omega Males Ominous Signs Once You Go Black Open To Experience Openness To Experience Operational Sex Ratio Opiates Opioids Orban Organ Transplants Orlando Shooting Orthodoxy Osama Bin Laden Ottoman Empire Our Political Nature Out Of Africa Model Outbreeding Oxtr Oxytocin Paekchong Pakistan Pakistani Palatability Paleoamerindians Paleocons Paleolibertarianism Palestine Palestinians Pamela Geller Panama Canal Panama Papers Parasite Parasite Burden Parasite Manipulation Parent-child Interactions Parenting Parenting Parenting Behavioral Genetics Paris Attacks Paris Spring Parsi Paternal Investment Pathogens Patriot Act Patriotism Paul Ewald Paul Krugman Paul Lepage Paul Manafort Paul Ryan Paul Singer Paul Wolfowitz Pavel Grudinin Peace Index Peak Jobs Pearl Harbor Pedophilia Peers Peggy Seagrave Pennsylvania Pentagon Perception Management Personality Peru Peter Frost Peter Thiel Peter Turchin Phil Onderdonk Phil Rushton Philip Breedlove Philippines Physical Anthropology Pierre Van Den Berghe Pieter Van Ostaeyen Piigs Pioneer Hypothesis Pioneers PISA Pizzagate Planets Planned Parenthood Pledge Of Allegiance Pleiotropy Pol Pot Poland Police State Police Training Politics Poll Results Polls Polygenic Score Polygyny Pope Francis Population Growth Population Replacement Populism Pornography Portugal Post 199 Post 201 Post 99 Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc Post-Nationalism Pot Poverty PRC Prenatal Hormones Prescription Drugs Press Censorship Pretty Graphs Prince Bandar Priti Patel Privatization Progressives Project Plowshares Propaganda Prostitution Protestantism Proud To Be Black Psychology Psychometrics Psychopaths Psychopathy Pubertal Timing Public Schools Puerto Rico Punishment Puritans Putin Pwc Qatar Quakers Quantitative Genetics Quebec Quebecois Race Race And Crime Race And Genomics Race And Iq Race And Religion Race/Crime Race Denialism Race Riots Rachel Dolezal Rachel Maddow Racial Intelligence Racial Reality Racism Radical Islam Ralph And Coop Ralph Nader Rand Paul Randy Fine Rap Music Raqqa Rating People Rationality Raul Pedrozo Razib Khan Reaction Time Reading Real Estate Real Women Really Stop The Armchair Psychoanalysis Recep Tayyip Erdogan Reciprocal Altruism Reconstruction Red Hair Red State Blue State Red States Blue States Refugee Crisis Regional Differences Regional Populations Regression To The Mean Religion Religion Religion And Philosophy Rena Wing Renewable Energy Rentier Reprint Reproductive Strategy Republican Jesus Republican Party Responsibility Reuel Gerecht Reverend Moon Revolution Of 1905 Revolutions Rex Tillerson Richard Dawkins Richard Dyer Richard Lewontin Richard Lynn Richard Nixon Richard Pryor Richard Pryor Live On The Sunset Strip Richard Russell Rick Perry Rickets Rikishi Robert Ford Robert Kraft Robert Lindsay Robert McNamara Robert Mueller Robert Mugabe Robert Plomin Robert Putnam Robert Reich Robert Spencer Robocop Robots Roe Vs. Wade Roger Ailes Rohingya Roman Empire Rome Ron Paul Ron Unz Ronald Reagan Rooshv Rosemary Hopcroft Ross Douthat Ross Perot Rotherham Roy Moore RT International Rupert Murdoch Rural Liberals Rushton Russell Kirk Russia-Georgia War Russiagate Russian Elections 2018 Russian Hack Russian History Russian Military Russian Orthodox Church Ruth Benedict Saakashvili Sam Harris Same Sex Attraction Same-sex Marriage Same-sex Parents Samoans Samuel George Morton San Bernadino Massacre Sandra Beleza Sandusky Sandy Hook Sarah Palin Sarin Gas Satoshi Kanazawa saudi Saudi Arabia Saying What You Have To Say Scandinavia Scandinavians Scarborough Shoal Schizophrenia Science: It Works Bitches Scientism Scotch-irish Scotland Scots Irish Scott Ritter Scrabble Secession Seduced By Food Semai Senate Separating The Truth From The Nonsense Serbia Serenity Sergei Magnitsky Sergei Skripal Sex Sex Ratio Sex Ratio At Birth Sex Recognition Sex Tape Sex Work Sexism Sexual Antagonistic Selection Sexual Dimorphism Sexual Division Of Labor Sexual Fluidity Sexual Identity Sexual Maturation Sexual Orientation Sexual Selection Sexually Transmitted Diseases Seymour Hersh Shai Masot Shame Culture Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Shanghai Stock Exchange Shared Environment Shekhovstov Sheldon Adelson Shias And Sunnis Shimon Arad Shimon Peres Shinzo Abe Shmuley Boteach Shorts And Funnies Shoshana Bryen Shurat HaDin Shyness Siamak Namazi Sibel Edmonds Siberia Silicon Valley Simon Baron Cohen Singapore Single Men Single Motherhood Single Mothers Single Women Sisyphean Six Day War SJWs Skin Bleaching Skin Color Skin Tone Slate Slave Trade Slavery Slavoj Zizek Slavs SLC24A5 Sleep Slobodan Milosevic Smart Fraction Smell Smoking Snow Snyderman Social Constructs Social Justice Warriors Socialism Sociopathy Sociosexuality Solar Energy Solutions Somalia Sometimes You Don't Like The Answer South Africa South Asia South China Sea South Korea South Sudan Southern Italians Southern Poverty Law Center Soviet Union Space Space Space Program Space Race Spain Spanish Paradox Speech SPLC Sports Sputnik News Squid Ink Srebrenica Stabby Somali Staffan Stalinism Stanislas Dehaene Star Trek State Department State Formation States Rights Statins Steny Hoyer Stephan Guyenet Stephen Cohen Stephen Colbert Stephen Hadley Stephen Jay Gould Sterling Seagrave Steve Bannon Steve Sailer Steven Mnuchin Steven Pinker Still Not Free Buddy Stolen Generations Strategic Affairs Ministry Stroke Belt Student Loans Stuxnet SU-57 Sub-replacement Fertility Sub-Saharan Africa Sub-Saharan Africans Subprime Mortgage Crisis Subsistence Living Suffrage Sugar Suicide Summing It All Up Supernatural Support Me Support The Jayman Supreme Court Supression Surveillance Susan Glasser Susan Rice Sweden Swiss Switzerland Syed Farook Syrian Refugees Syriza Ta-Nehisi Coates Taiwan Tale Of Two Maps Taliban Tamerlan Tsarnaev TAS2R16 Tashfeen Malik Taste Tastiness Tatars Tatu Vanhanen Tawang Tax Cuts Tax Evasion Taxes Tea Party Team Performance Technology Ted Cruz Tell Me About You Tell The Truth Terman Terman's Termites Terroris Terrorists Tesla Testosterone Thailand The 10000 Year Explosion The Bible The Breeder's Equation The Confederacy The Dark Knight The Dark Triad The Death Penalty The Deep South The Devil Is In The Details The Dustbowl The Economist The Far West The Future The Great Plains The Great Wall The Left The Left Coast The New York Times The Pursuit Of Happyness The Rock The Saker The Son Also Rises The South The Walking Dead The Washington Post The Wide Environment The World Theodore Roosevelt Theresa May Things Going Sour Third World Thomas Aquinas Thomas Friedman Thomas Perez Thomas Sowell Thomas Talhelm Thorstein Veblen Thurgood Marshall Tibet Tidewater Tiger Mom Time Preference Timmons Title IX Tobin Tax Tom Cotton Tom Naughton Tone It Down Guys Seriously Tony Blair Torture Toxoplasma Gondii TPP Traffic Traffic Fatalities Tragedy Trans-Species Polymorphism Transgender Transgenderism Transsexuals Treasury Tropical Humans Trump Trust TTIP Tuition Tulsi Gabbard Turkheimer TWA 800 Twin Study Twins Twins Raised Apart Twintuition Twitter Two Party System UKIP Ukrainian Crisis UN Security Council Unemployment Unions United Kingdom United Nations United States Universalism University Admissions Upper Paleolithic Urban Riots Ursula Gauthier Uruguay US Blacks USS Liberty Utopian Uttar Pradesh UV Uyghurs Vaginal Yeast Valerie Plame Vassopressin Vdare Veep Venezuela Veterans Administration Victor Canfield Victor Davis Hanson Victoria Nuland Victorian England Victorianism Video Games Vietnam Vietnam War Vietnamese Vikings Violence Vioxx Virginia Visa Waivers Visual Word Form Area Vitamin D Voronezh Vote Fraud Vouchers Vwfa W.E.I.R.D. W.E.I.R.D.O. Wahhabis Wall Street Walter Bodmer Wang Jing War On Christmas War On Terror Washington Post WasPage Watergate Watsoning We Are What We Are We Don't Know All The Environmental Causes Weight Loss WEIRDO Welfare Western Europe Western European Marriage Pattern Western Media Western Religion Westerns What Can You Do What's The Cause Where They're At Where's The Fallout White America White Americans White Conservative Males White Death White Helmets White Nationalist Nuttiness White Nationalists White Privilege White Slavery White Supremacy White Wife Why We Believe Hbd Wikileaks Wild Life Wilhelm Furtwangler William Browder William Buckley William D. Hamilton William Graham Sumner William McGougall WINEP Winston Churchill Women In The Workplace Woodley Effect Woodrow Wilson WORDSUM Workers Working Class Working Memory World Values Survey World War I World War Z Writing WTO X Little Miss JayLady Xhosa Xi Jinping Xinjiang Yankeedom Yankees Yazidis Yemen Yes I Am A Brother Yes I Am Liberal - But That Kind Of Liberal Yochi Dreazen You Can't Handle The Truth You Don't Know Shit Youtube Ban Yugoslavia Zbigniew Brzezinski Zhang Yimou Zika Zika Virus Zimbabwe Zionism Zombies Zones Of Thought Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
Nothing found
All Commenters • My
Comments
• Followed
Commenters
 All Comments / On ""
    As you may have heard, the new center-right prime minister of Finland, Juha Sipilä, is one of the few Europe elites to actually promise to share some of his own personal housing stock to help out refugees. But the story behind his generous decision turns out to be illustrative of several themes that haven't gotten...
  • […] of Steve Sailer s4 commenters posted links5 to six news photographs of crowds of these refugees, tallying them by […]

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @TWS
    So Finland has a government to the left of FDR but that's still not 'progressive' enough to you. Still feel like you have to make up for being on Hitler's side. Don't lots of countries were.

    Why would Finns feel some need to make up for anything? World War II was just a continuation of a near millennium of history of us being stuck fighting the Russians for some Germanic cause that isn’t planning on giving us equal rights.

    The irony is that the biggest cultural corruption we suffered from World War II is that Finns feel overly positive towards Germany and we instantly rushed to make ourselves Germany’s most faithful servant in the EU without any debate. It’s hardly likely an accident that we hopped on the refugee train right after Germany’s choice and right after the elections that saw a personal visit from Angela Merkel to show support for the most pro-EU, pro-multiculturalism of candidates some of whom are now sitting in government.

    And the current Finnish government is extremely conservative even by American standards with the center right party being supported by the right-wing party and the so-called far-right-wing populist party. Sipilä spent half a year being intensely hated by the media for his refusal to compromise on his convictions that abortion and homosexuality are morally wrong. I did keep telling my countrymen that hoping for anti-immigration policies from religious conservatives is basically begging for the flood but no one seems to have listened.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @tbraton
    I'm astounded that nobody in power is publicly criticizing the role of the Turks in facilitating this invasion of its NATO "ally" Greece. If Obama had the balls to tell the Turks to stop the flow, I'm sure the flow would stop. Of course, Obama goes along with Turkey's plan to bomb our "allies" the Kurds in exchange for permission to use the Turks' airbase so we can bomb ISIS, subject to Turkish oversight and restrictions. (There wouldn't be a long-running civil war in Syria had not Erdogan reversed his position, declared war in effect on Assad and facilitated the flow of jihadists into Syria.) It should be remembered that our NATO "ally' Turkey refused permission to the U.S. to invade Iraq from the north during the Iraq War of 2003, while our NATO "ally" Greece allowed the U.S. and other allied forces to use the northern city of Thessaloniki to invade Serbia, even though Greece was opposed to that war with Serbia, just as Turkey was opposed to the war with Iraq. (They were each right about the respective wars imo, btw.) When Turks criticize the West's asylum policies, someone should have the nerve to point out that the West is merely following the past policies of Turkey, which did its best to evict both Armenians and Greeks from Anatolia, despite the fact that they had both been there long before the Ottoman Turks showed up in the neighborhood.

    As far as the Greeks are concerned, I am somewhat surprised that their navy is spending more time rescuing drowning refugees (I read that they have recently saved 50 such refugees) rather than sinking one of the overloaded rafts which are entering Greek territorial waters illegally. That might send a message to the people in Turkey facilitating this invasion. In the same way that the best way to stop a riot is to be ruthless at the start and start shooting a few looters in cold blood and without remorse. More damage and greater loss of life may be averted that way than by allowing riots to proceed passively.

    Given recent events, I am not surprised the Greeks have no interest in saving the Germans from the consequences of their own folly.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • The Swedes have a word – lagom – that means “enough” in the Goldilocks sense. Less than lagom is too little; more than lagom is too much. Lagom itself is perfect.

    A lagom dash of Arabic salt in the Scandinavian melted-snow soup makes it oh-so-vibrant and m’mmm m’mmmm good. (Or so sayeth the multiculti masters.)

    What is the lagom number of downtrodden yet buff migrants living in the Nordic countries? It must have a lot of zeroes after it.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @A Finn
    My head explodes every time I watch the news or read the newspapers. My country is being ruined in front of my eyes.

    Steve: totally spot on regarding the Ned Flanders types!

    Yeah, you’re not seeing a whole lot of sisu these days, are you?

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • My head explodes every time I watch the news or read the newspapers. My country is being ruined in front of my eyes.

    Steve: totally spot on regarding the Ned Flanders types!

    Read More
    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    Yeah, you're not seeing a whole lot of sisu these days, are you?
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonymous
    Steve, mr Sipilä and his family live in Helsinki. He is offering his empty mansion near Oulu to asylum seekers. The man is worth 20-30 million euros, so he can afford these little gestures.

    This. Though to be accurate, Sipilä currently lives in Sipoo, not in Helsinki. Sipoo is right next to Helsinki.

    Also, he probably won’t be paying a single cent of the expenses. Not even while the asylum seekers are in his spare mansion, and certainly not after they are granted asylum and move out to apartments of their own.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Perspective
    The problem for the Greeks is that there doesn't seem to be any end to the migrants arriving on the Greek Islands. Greece could find it self even more overwhelmed if the passage out of Greece gets blocked for whatever reason even for a week. The flow should slow down as the fall and winter approaches but they will still come. I guess it's the if I'm going down, I'm taking you with me mentality.

    I’m astounded that nobody in power is publicly criticizing the role of the Turks in facilitating this invasion of its NATO “ally” Greece. If Obama had the balls to tell the Turks to stop the flow, I’m sure the flow would stop. Of course, Obama goes along with Turkey’s plan to bomb our “allies” the Kurds in exchange for permission to use the Turks’ airbase so we can bomb ISIS, subject to Turkish oversight and restrictions. (There wouldn’t be a long-running civil war in Syria had not Erdogan reversed his position, declared war in effect on Assad and facilitated the flow of jihadists into Syria.) It should be remembered that our NATO “ally’ Turkey refused permission to the U.S. to invade Iraq from the north during the Iraq War of 2003, while our NATO “ally” Greece allowed the U.S. and other allied forces to use the northern city of Thessaloniki to invade Serbia, even though Greece was opposed to that war with Serbia, just as Turkey was opposed to the war with Iraq. (They were each right about the respective wars imo, btw.) When Turks criticize the West’s asylum policies, someone should have the nerve to point out that the West is merely following the past policies of Turkey, which did its best to evict both Armenians and Greeks from Anatolia, despite the fact that they had both been there long before the Ottoman Turks showed up in the neighborhood.

    As far as the Greeks are concerned, I am somewhat surprised that their navy is spending more time rescuing drowning refugees (I read that they have recently saved 50 such refugees) rather than sinking one of the overloaded rafts which are entering Greek territorial waters illegally. That might send a message to the people in Turkey facilitating this invasion. In the same way that the best way to stop a riot is to be ruthless at the start and start shooting a few looters in cold blood and without remorse. More damage and greater loss of life may be averted that way than by allowing riots to proceed passively.

    Read More
    • Replies: @5371
    Given recent events, I am not surprised the Greeks have no interest in saving the Germans from the consequences of their own folly.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @JohnnyWalker123
    The PM should be more worried about his sons................

    The PM should be more worried about his sons…………….

    Now, now… they’re Syrians, not Afghans.

    (And what’s with the pentellipses?)

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @ben tillman
    Already gone.

    It’s still up for me as of ten seconds ago.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @gruff

    What does the sex/gender ratio of a man’s children have to do w/his sexuality? Or is this just an obsession of yours?
     
    You've misunderstood. Sailer is implying that that young Muslim man would be a sexual threat to the Prime Minister's daughters, should he move into his house and live with his family.

    The PM should be more worried about his sons…………….

    Read More
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar


    The PM should be more worried about his sons…………….

     

    Now, now… they're Syrians, not Afghans.

    (And what's with the pentellipses?)
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Reg Cæsar

    By contrast, it does not require me to expend any effort at all to resist homosexual relationships, porn, whatever.
     
    Can a man have a negative Kinsey integer? I mean beyond the erotic, finding the male body repellent to touch or look at?

    Years ago, while visiting my then-future, now-ex, brother-in-law's family, I stayed in his brother's room, which was full of bodybuilding mags and posters thereoutof all over the walls. I was convinced the guy was queer, though not "out", and even more so after he ran away from home the next year.

    But he eventually returned, and went on to a normal married life, so what did I know? It was just inconceivable to me that any straight guy could stomach, let alone enjoy, looking at male musculature.

    Even though I'll shake hands on principle, when at a liberal (ie, English) church I'll position myself near women and children for the "sign of peace". Just bathing my baby sons required stifling the gag reflex.

    Maybe. Though I find gay porn repellent, I can definitely appreciate a symmetrical muscular physique in a non-homo way. Looks a lot more ‘right’ than some starved ecto or a tub of lard on a couch. And I know what I would prefer to look like even if I can’t summon the effort any more.

    This is one reason Arnie’s movies were popular. They are popular beyond the few percent that are homos.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • How shameful the leader of Finland could be so gullible. Or maybe he knew he was being duped and simply didn’t care because he was scoring political points among some voters.

    One thing that hasn’t changed is the media fixating on certain spurious or minor events to show they are right. Right now the media is focused on the Hungarian camerawoman who tripped the man and the child he was carrying. The media seems upset that Hungary is building a border fence and is trying to vilify the country any way it can.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @tbraton
    The first thought that ran through my mind when I saw that Daily Mail (?) photo of the hordes of Syrian refugees disembarking at "Athens" was "what are the Greeks thinking?" If the Greeks didn't provide free ferry service from Lesbos to Athens, how could they get to Germany? Then it occurred to me that cynical Greeks are paying back the Germans for terribly mistreating them in the debt talks. I find it more than ironical that Germans, who invaded Greece during WWII and brutally occupied their part of Greece (Greece was divided up among Germany, Italy and Bulgaria during WWII), resented giving their Euro partner Greece even the slightest break on their untenable debt but have no qualms about inviting several million Arabs to Germany and picking up the tab. I think the whole concept of giving "political asylum" has become a scam of prosperous Western countries and too many Westerners are too stupid and gullible to realize it. You don't see Singapore or Japan taking in large numbers of "political asylum" seekers. Israel has offered to take in "around 200" of their neighbors, which sounds about right. Since the U.S. has approximately 50X the population of Israel, that would translate into 10,000 refugees, as long as we made it clear that no family reunification would apply, so the 10,000 doesn't translate into 100,000 or more.

    The problem for the Greeks is that there doesn’t seem to be any end to the migrants arriving on the Greek Islands. Greece could find it self even more overwhelmed if the passage out of Greece gets blocked for whatever reason even for a week. The flow should slow down as the fall and winter approaches but they will still come. I guess it’s the if I’m going down, I’m taking you with me mentality.

    Read More
    • Replies: @tbraton
    I'm astounded that nobody in power is publicly criticizing the role of the Turks in facilitating this invasion of its NATO "ally" Greece. If Obama had the balls to tell the Turks to stop the flow, I'm sure the flow would stop. Of course, Obama goes along with Turkey's plan to bomb our "allies" the Kurds in exchange for permission to use the Turks' airbase so we can bomb ISIS, subject to Turkish oversight and restrictions. (There wouldn't be a long-running civil war in Syria had not Erdogan reversed his position, declared war in effect on Assad and facilitated the flow of jihadists into Syria.) It should be remembered that our NATO "ally' Turkey refused permission to the U.S. to invade Iraq from the north during the Iraq War of 2003, while our NATO "ally" Greece allowed the U.S. and other allied forces to use the northern city of Thessaloniki to invade Serbia, even though Greece was opposed to that war with Serbia, just as Turkey was opposed to the war with Iraq. (They were each right about the respective wars imo, btw.) When Turks criticize the West's asylum policies, someone should have the nerve to point out that the West is merely following the past policies of Turkey, which did its best to evict both Armenians and Greeks from Anatolia, despite the fact that they had both been there long before the Ottoman Turks showed up in the neighborhood.

    As far as the Greeks are concerned, I am somewhat surprised that their navy is spending more time rescuing drowning refugees (I read that they have recently saved 50 such refugees) rather than sinking one of the overloaded rafts which are entering Greek territorial waters illegally. That might send a message to the people in Turkey facilitating this invasion. In the same way that the best way to stop a riot is to be ruthless at the start and start shooting a few looters in cold blood and without remorse. More damage and greater loss of life may be averted that way than by allowing riots to proceed passively.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonym
    Except that doesn't really stack up based on what I've seen. The gay guy I know, knew he was homosexual before he was 10. He had kids btw. Homosexual in nature before, during, after marriage. His wife was shaped very boyishly.

    By contrast, it does not require me to expend any effort at all to resist homosexual relationships, porn, whatever. Does not appeal. I can't conceive of any life choice that would lead me in that direction.

    I think some people are probably in the middle somewhere, and for them, some life choices can lead to a homosexual lifestyle.

    By contrast, it does not require me to expend any effort at all to resist homosexual relationships, porn, whatever.

    Can a man have a negative Kinsey integer? I mean beyond the erotic, finding the male body repellent to touch or look at?

    Years ago, while visiting my then-future, now-ex, brother-in-law’s family, I stayed in his brother’s room, which was full of bodybuilding mags and posters thereoutof all over the walls. I was convinced the guy was queer, though not “out”, and even more so after he ran away from home the next year.

    But he eventually returned, and went on to a normal married life, so what did I know? It was just inconceivable to me that any straight guy could stomach, let alone enjoy, looking at male musculature.

    Even though I’ll shake hands on principle, when at a liberal (ie, English) church I’ll position myself near women and children for the “sign of peace”. Just bathing my baby sons required stifling the gag reflex.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Anonym
    Maybe. Though I find gay porn repellent, I can definitely appreciate a symmetrical muscular physique in a non-homo way. Looks a lot more 'right' than some starved ecto or a tub of lard on a couch. And I know what I would prefer to look like even if I can't summon the effort any more.

    This is one reason Arnie's movies were popular. They are popular beyond the few percent that are homos.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonymous
    Pretty good summary: From 2011 military intervention to 2015 refugee crisis

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QEgBkqiFoc

    haha Beethoven’s ode de joy ‘ alle mensch will be bruder’

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Priss Factor [AKA "skiapolemistis"] says:
    @Lex

    Communism was once the values and ideology of much of Central/Eastern Europe that fell under Soviet Rule. But that part of Europe was European before communism and after communism.

    Also, values and ideas can be exported or exist elsewhere. There were plenty of non-European Christians and plenty of non-European communists.
     
    What? Where was communism "values and ideology"? Even apparatchiks didn't believe this. Under communist rule Poland in fact become more Christian than ever.

    “What? Where was communism ‘values and ideology’? Even apparatchiks didn’t believe this. Under communist rule Poland in fact become more Christian than ever.”

    What a dammy. I didn’t say most Poles embraced communism. I said it was the official ideology of all the Warsaw nations, and long as it lasted, communism was seen as an indispensable value system of the Europe. Commie nations believed that their ideology was scientific and that even capitalist nations would eventually turn commie.

    OF course, many people thought otherwise, but we are talking official policy here.
    Even now, not every European believes in this ‘European values’ crap, especially as European values seem to be about rejecting European survival. I mean what kind of value system is that? WE ARE MORALLY AND CULTURALLY SUPERIOR BECAUSE WE WELCOME FOREIGNERS TO OVERRUN AND DESTROY US. It’d be like a hippo saying he has great hippo values because he wants to be devoured by crocodiles.

    In a way, the hostility of foreigners toward Europe is in accordance with ‘European values’. After all, if Europe is calling for assisted suicide, it is only being aided by those who would murder it.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @AnotherDad

    By contrast, it does not require me to expend any effort at all to resist homosexual relationships, porn, whatever. Does not appeal. I can’t conceive of any life choice that would lead me in that direction.
     
    Exactly. And someone could pipe up and say "well that's just your experience" ... except all the data disagree. A very small percentage of men--roughly 2%--are queer--something's gone wrong with the wiring, the rest are straight. There's basically zero evidence for any sort of "continuum". Very few bisexual men. ("Bisexual" just means homosexual and still figuring it out.) Almost no men are in the mushy middle.

    And the males who are gay--they seem to have detectable signs at a pretty early age. Whatever the cause--Greg Cochran has a bunch of posts making the germ argument--it strikes early--in the womb or early childhood, while the brain is developing.

    We'll figure this all out--probably fairly soon. Or if embargoed by PC--quite likely in the West--the Chinese or Koreans will figure it out. Then we can be rid of it.

    ~~~

    Note the above is all about men. Women's sexuality--in terms of practice--seems to be more conditional and fluid, though i'd guess that hard dykes have some similar clear biological causation. (IIRC women exposed to DES in the womb report a considerably higher rate of having engaged in lesbian relations.) With women there does some to be some tendency toward having late in life—perhaps post-menopausal?—turn toward lesbianism. Perhaps gals who were always leaning that way and lack any further reason to be with men once their child rearing is done, or perhaps just the ovaries shutting down. Speculation--not a biology guy.

    My point is the survey data is pretty clear. For men at least it’s pretty binary and whatever the cause it seems to mess up the brain pretty early.

    [Almost no men are in the mushy middle.]

    But about twice as many men have had at least one experience with homo sex as say they are “gay” or “bisexual”, and about three times as many have done so as say they are attracted “mostly” or “only” to males.

    [With women there does some to be some tendency toward having late in life—perhaps post-menopausal?—turn toward lesbianism.]

    Quite the opposite. It’s among young women that, if survey data is to be believed, there has recently been a considerable increase in the percentage who have tried lesbian sex.

    http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nhsr/nhsr036.pdf

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Reg Cæsar
    Perkele! I was going to bring up Tom. Oh, well, at least I can link to Chickenhawk, which is even nastier. Tom, for all his faults, stuck to men.

    He also hated the Nazis, but said they had the sexiest uniforms.

    An old boyfriend in college said, “Damn, those Nazis were heinous but they did have fetching uniforms.”

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonym
    Except that doesn't really stack up based on what I've seen. The gay guy I know, knew he was homosexual before he was 10. He had kids btw. Homosexual in nature before, during, after marriage. His wife was shaped very boyishly.

    By contrast, it does not require me to expend any effort at all to resist homosexual relationships, porn, whatever. Does not appeal. I can't conceive of any life choice that would lead me in that direction.

    I think some people are probably in the middle somewhere, and for them, some life choices can lead to a homosexual lifestyle.

    By contrast, it does not require me to expend any effort at all to resist homosexual relationships, porn, whatever. Does not appeal. I can’t conceive of any life choice that would lead me in that direction.

    Exactly. And someone could pipe up and say “well that’s just your experience” … except all the data disagree. A very small percentage of men–roughly 2%–are queer–something’s gone wrong with the wiring, the rest are straight. There’s basically zero evidence for any sort of “continuum”. Very few bisexual men. (“Bisexual” just means homosexual and still figuring it out.) Almost no men are in the mushy middle.

    And the males who are gay–they seem to have detectable signs at a pretty early age. Whatever the cause–Greg Cochran has a bunch of posts making the germ argument–it strikes early–in the womb or early childhood, while the brain is developing.

    We’ll figure this all out–probably fairly soon. Or if embargoed by PC–quite likely in the West–the Chinese or Koreans will figure it out. Then we can be rid of it.

    ~~~

    Note the above is all about men. Women’s sexuality–in terms of practice–seems to be more conditional and fluid, though i’d guess that hard dykes have some similar clear biological causation. (IIRC women exposed to DES in the womb report a considerably higher rate of having engaged in lesbian relations.) With women there does some to be some tendency toward having late in life—perhaps post-menopausal?—turn toward lesbianism. Perhaps gals who were always leaning that way and lack any further reason to be with men once their child rearing is done, or perhaps just the ovaries shutting down. Speculation–not a biology guy.

    My point is the survey data is pretty clear. For men at least it’s pretty binary and whatever the cause it seems to mess up the brain pretty early.

    Read More
    • Replies: @5371
    [Almost no men are in the mushy middle.]

    But about twice as many men have had at least one experience with homo sex as say they are "gay" or "bisexual", and about three times as many have done so as say they are attracted "mostly" or "only" to males.

    [With women there does some to be some tendency toward having late in life—perhaps post-menopausal?—turn toward lesbianism.]

    Quite the opposite. It's among young women that, if survey data is to be believed, there has recently been a considerable increase in the percentage who have tried lesbian sex.

    http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nhsr/nhsr036.pdf
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Lagertha
    If only he was Tom of Finland! - but Venice CA, was another planet and a time warp as to what is happening in Europe today. What I could glean from the FB message:

    A bromance kind of guy (Finn) believes another Finn has illegally threatened to kill Fariz, and Fariz answers in a girlfriendly way, way gaydar way, that he is fine...Next, it seems a fellow Jihaddi responds to that threat by that badass Finn to hunt down FARIZ and kill him ( Fariz is definitely low IQ, BTW, duh). But his puppet master (somewhat smarter) is from Central Casting of ISIS:

    Fariz: hahaha - these shitty people (Finns) they're all just talk. They're too afraid to do anything because they realize how crazy (Jihaddies?) we are.

    Abdullah answers: don't worry about these dummies, let them say what they say. So full of shit these people.

    Fariz answers: Yes and I won't.

    Abdullah implores: Let them live in peace, but DO NOT GIVE THE WRONG IMPRESSION of the Finns/Finland (perhaps that the Finns are realizing they gotta get rid of all the Muslim men on their lands like, hello?, pronto)
    __________________________________________
    OK so, it took like an hour to write all this scheisse because I am angry, embarrassed and ready to kill with my bare hands...a true Finn. F!

    After having been there this summer, I did get into some arguments with my connections (some relatives) who are more liberal and live in la-la land. Ever since 9/11 everyone who knows me in Finland, knows that I have always been mistrustful of globalization, and have refrained from discussing diversity, ever since I left to live in the USA (as a child) my cousins remark that I am different - well, major, duh. Plus, I just happened to be connected to NYC & 9/11.

    And, this exchange by a male-body obsessed jihaddi, must have just blew the guts out of the current Finnish Govt. I even tried to get through avenues I know to glean more info on this jerk, but, No; big-time firewall. Finns have finally been taken. Finns were soooo la-di-dah about migrants flooding into the country, that honestly, I didn't know whether it is safe to walk the streets in Helsinki next summer. Migrants were 6 times more than last summer, and, my brother who was in Norway, said it was down-right uncomfortable in Oslo, wondering if you have to be aware of your personal belongings. And, my eldest brother, the most liberal, intellectual, well-traveled, curious, magnanimous and witty man I know was getting paranoid.

    I hate this PM. He is a pansy-assed guy - everyone here gets that. He is from the north and he is like a "born again" Christian since he belongs to a certain sect or a cult with Christian overtones. He is such a dork, but Finland, for whatever reason, has elected a lot of dorks in the last 20 years. The president is not a dork; and "our" party's guy, Alexander Stubb is not a dork, but the PM has more power than the PM in many ways.

    Just so everyone on Steve's club knows, I belong to the Ntl Coalition Party (the only Right Wing one, even if it is watered-down) and, the Swedish Speaking Party. Sipila is part of the abhorrent liberal parties (there are like, 4) that are colossally clueless. Plus, he comes from Oulu (which is like coming from Fargo to be POTUS). The soft bigotry of low expectations indeed!.

    I know the Finnish intelligence and probably CIA are all over this. I just hope the CIA is working overtime...they, at least, do love the Finns, and, the Finns love the USA, always have.

    Perkele! I was going to bring up Tom. Oh, well, at least I can link to Chickenhawk, which is even nastier. Tom, for all his faults, stuck to men.

    He also hated the Nazis, but said they had the sexiest uniforms.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Lagertha
    An old boyfriend in college said, "Damn, those Nazis were heinous but they did have fetching uniforms."
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonym
    To homosexuals in the elite (and there are many in the media and politics) an influx of migrants, of which 75%-90% are trim military age men without much in the way of income or assets, is not a bug but a feature.

    …an influx of migrants, of which 75%-90% are trim military age men without much in the way of income or assets, is not a bug but a feature.

    A feature with many bugs, so to speak.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @ben tillman

    I assure you that in the United States Mormons are not “known for shamelessness, opportunism and untrustworthiness.”
     
    Well, in most of America, Mormons don't really have any reputation, but when you do meet them they generally turn out to be pretty ruthless in business.

    Are these good, or “jack”, Mormons?

    Leyland Stevenson, the “star” of the documentary Chickenhawk, started out as a Mormon missionary. I’m inclined to think he was jack.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Bleuteaux
    Yes, this drives me crazy. I haven't read many stories on this, but has there been ANY investigative journalism into how these people get to Greece or Hungary in the first place? Sorry, I just don't buy that they're actually all randomly walking 5,000 miles to Germany or some such. And most of the people in these pictures are clean shaven, recent haircuts, comfortable clothes. But they're the wretched refuse that Europe just can't turn away?

    The first thought that ran through my mind when I saw that Daily Mail (?) photo of the hordes of Syrian refugees disembarking at “Athens” was “what are the Greeks thinking?” If the Greeks didn’t provide free ferry service from Lesbos to Athens, how could they get to Germany? Then it occurred to me that cynical Greeks are paying back the Germans for terribly mistreating them in the debt talks. I find it more than ironical that Germans, who invaded Greece during WWII and brutally occupied their part of Greece (Greece was divided up among Germany, Italy and Bulgaria during WWII), resented giving their Euro partner Greece even the slightest break on their untenable debt but have no qualms about inviting several million Arabs to Germany and picking up the tab. I think the whole concept of giving “political asylum” has become a scam of prosperous Western countries and too many Westerners are too stupid and gullible to realize it. You don’t see Singapore or Japan taking in large numbers of “political asylum” seekers. Israel has offered to take in “around 200″ of their neighbors, which sounds about right. Since the U.S. has approximately 50X the population of Israel, that would translate into 10,000 refugees, as long as we made it clear that no family reunification would apply, so the 10,000 doesn’t translate into 100,000 or more.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Perspective
    The problem for the Greeks is that there doesn't seem to be any end to the migrants arriving on the Greek Islands. Greece could find it self even more overwhelmed if the passage out of Greece gets blocked for whatever reason even for a week. The flow should slow down as the fall and winter approaches but they will still come. I guess it's the if I'm going down, I'm taking you with me mentality.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @TWS
    The 'Camp of Saints' was not a 'how-to' manual.

    The ‘Camp of Saints’ was not a ‘how-to’ manual.

    Apparently you are wrong about that.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Stan Adams
    Your post reeks of anti-transageism bias, Steve.

    He is a 17-year-old boy in a 27-year-old man's body ... anyone who says otherwise is on the wrong side of history.

    That being said, I know a guy whose 16-year-old son is 6'2"/190 and benches 350 ... and he's not even the strongest guy on his high-school wrestling team. (And he's white.)

    Transageism? Why the fuck not? It’s less stupid than a lot of the stuff that’s gone on this year, from the immigrant crises, to Caitlyn fathering children, to Rachel Dolezal. So sure, transageism.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Lot
    Eric Holder type shot in head:

    www.nytimes.com/2015/09/08/nyregion/cuomo-administration-lawyer-is-shot-in-the-head.html


    The shooting was one of several violent episodes, including a fatal stabbing, in the hours before the annual West Indian American Day Parade in Brooklyn, a colorful event of flamboyant costumes and dancing that in years past has also been accompanied by bloodshed in the streets near the parade route.
     

    How is more Blacks Behaving Badly news?

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonymous
    I have no words for these comments. Seriously, people, NOBODY leaves his country, his house and (parts of) his family behind if he doesn't have to. It's ridiculous how many of you seem to believe that refugees come to Germany because we "offer" them shelter. Do you think it's fun to carry your toddler from Syria to Germany - by foot? Do you think it's fun to live in an overcrowded refugee camp with little money and nothing to do? Do you think anybody in his right mind would put his child on a boat, unless the Mediterranean seems safer than Syria? Your lack of empathy is despicable.

    Seriously, people, NOBODY leaves his country, his house and (parts of) his family behind if he doesn’t have to.

    I live in the United States of America, and FEW if ANY of my ancestors came here fleeing repression. Perhaps the Irish did, but the English, Scottish (just Scottish, not bloody Scots-Irish), and Germans did not. They came to the US, and before the the English colonies, because here they could make lives for themselves that they couldn’t have done in Europe. They fought and killed Indians, grizzly bears, cold, heat, and all manner of privations to do so. And there wasn’t a modern navy looking to pick them up in the 1600s and 1700s. People leave bad places for better places all the time, even when the bad places aren’t all that awful. My entire fucking country is premised on that idea.

    And yes, sometimes people leave good places for bad places, and part of our history is premised on THAT, too. And some people stay where they are regardless of circumstances. That would be YOUR history.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • The ‘Camp of Saints’ was not a ‘how-to’ manual.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Gato de la Biblioteca
    The ‘Camp of Saints’ was not a ‘how-to’ manual.

    Apparently you are wrong about that.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonymous
    "No one is born gay duh."

    That's an absolute lie. I am gay, I have been attracted to men since I was nine. It became undeniable when I was around thirteen-fourteen. I didn't even know of the word 'gay' then. I live in a country where you go to prison for being gay. There's no 'gay propaganda'. A really pretty girl often tried to flirt with me during middle school, but I always turned her down, because I didn't feel anything. I couldn't feel anything even if I wanted to. To think that I was really attracted to girls but turned them down just so I could choose a highly taboo identity which I couldn't even label at the time is ridiculous.

    I have met dozens of gay men since then and all of them knew they were attracted exclusively to men in their teens and pre-teens. Sexuality is highly biological.

    I have seen a lot of right-wingers try to use people of flexible sexuality who switch between dating men and women or whose sexuality is more fluid... as 'proof' that gays 'choose to be gay' (why is never answered). By definition, these people, who exist in very small numbers, are bisexual. If you are attracted to men and women, at the same time or at different times, you are bisexual, not gay. That again, is not a 'choice'! It is my impression that women are more likely to be bisexual than men. Again, this is still a very very small percentage of women.

    The left-wing vehemently argues that biological sex and race are 'social constructs'. Many on the Nrx and alt-right bandwagon similarly cling to notions that sexuality is a social construct. The negrophiles try to use exceptional negroes to somehow 'prove' that we're all equal and just the same, that racial disparities are cultural. Similarly anti-gay people usually love to use exceptional 'gays' (read: bisexuals or sexually confused ppl) to state we're all just the same and culture creates sexual-orientation disparities. Both are wrong.

    Whether homos are 100% born this way or not, I can assure you they don't have a choice. Now bisexuals who are equally attracted to both sexes - they have a choice which attractions to act on. You can tell them to choose the 'right' lifestyle if you wish. But, outside of advanced genetic technology, I don't think you'll be able to make gays 'hetero' or heteros gay by propaganda. I hope such technology will exist by 2100, so people like me don't have to explain all this repeatedly or be executed or imprisoned in most of the world or live fake lives marrying heteros (which I'll never do).

    95%+ people are heterosexual. All the alarm about homosexuality is nonsensical. It's not even hard to imagine how us homos feel. I am guessing you are a man attracted to women, right? Now think about your attraction to women, how natural it feels, that's how you've felt most of your life - that's how lesbians feel. Now imagine yourself kissing, having sex with men. Is that repulsive? Out of the question? That's how lesbians also feel. Easy. A hetero woman can similarly imagine how gay men feel. Don't become antagonized towards gays just because SJWs use their identity for political points. I despise feminism in general but will not allow it turn me antagonistic towards women.

    Sorry for bad English, I'm not a native speaker. I am trying to explain here, that's all, not attacking anyone. Have a good day.

    Yeah no need for alarm. It’s not like homosexuals represent a huge fraction of convicted child molesters. Or a huge fraction of STD cases. Or are over represented by wide margins in mental health problems and other criminality. Oh, wait…

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonymous
    "No one is born gay duh."

    That's an absolute lie. I am gay, I have been attracted to men since I was nine. It became undeniable when I was around thirteen-fourteen. I didn't even know of the word 'gay' then. I live in a country where you go to prison for being gay. There's no 'gay propaganda'. A really pretty girl often tried to flirt with me during middle school, but I always turned her down, because I didn't feel anything. I couldn't feel anything even if I wanted to. To think that I was really attracted to girls but turned them down just so I could choose a highly taboo identity which I couldn't even label at the time is ridiculous.

    I have met dozens of gay men since then and all of them knew they were attracted exclusively to men in their teens and pre-teens. Sexuality is highly biological.

    I have seen a lot of right-wingers try to use people of flexible sexuality who switch between dating men and women or whose sexuality is more fluid... as 'proof' that gays 'choose to be gay' (why is never answered). By definition, these people, who exist in very small numbers, are bisexual. If you are attracted to men and women, at the same time or at different times, you are bisexual, not gay. That again, is not a 'choice'! It is my impression that women are more likely to be bisexual than men. Again, this is still a very very small percentage of women.

    The left-wing vehemently argues that biological sex and race are 'social constructs'. Many on the Nrx and alt-right bandwagon similarly cling to notions that sexuality is a social construct. The negrophiles try to use exceptional negroes to somehow 'prove' that we're all equal and just the same, that racial disparities are cultural. Similarly anti-gay people usually love to use exceptional 'gays' (read: bisexuals or sexually confused ppl) to state we're all just the same and culture creates sexual-orientation disparities. Both are wrong.

    Whether homos are 100% born this way or not, I can assure you they don't have a choice. Now bisexuals who are equally attracted to both sexes - they have a choice which attractions to act on. You can tell them to choose the 'right' lifestyle if you wish. But, outside of advanced genetic technology, I don't think you'll be able to make gays 'hetero' or heteros gay by propaganda. I hope such technology will exist by 2100, so people like me don't have to explain all this repeatedly or be executed or imprisoned in most of the world or live fake lives marrying heteros (which I'll never do).

    95%+ people are heterosexual. All the alarm about homosexuality is nonsensical. It's not even hard to imagine how us homos feel. I am guessing you are a man attracted to women, right? Now think about your attraction to women, how natural it feels, that's how you've felt most of your life - that's how lesbians feel. Now imagine yourself kissing, having sex with men. Is that repulsive? Out of the question? That's how lesbians also feel. Easy. A hetero woman can similarly imagine how gay men feel. Don't become antagonized towards gays just because SJWs use their identity for political points. I despise feminism in general but will not allow it turn me antagonistic towards women.

    Sorry for bad English, I'm not a native speaker. I am trying to explain here, that's all, not attacking anyone. Have a good day.

    So about nine was when you were abused or were abusing younger children? Because every. single. one. of the homosexuals I know were abused or abusers or both.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Priss Factor
    The idea of Europe defined by ideology or values is crazy.

    History is proof. Christianity was once synonymous with Europe. So, one would think Christian values and dogma are what Europe was and is all about. But Europeans were European before Christianity and after Christianity(as Europe has essentially been de-Christianized). Even with change of values, Europe was Europe.

    Communism was once the values and ideology of much of Central/Eastern Europe that fell under Soviet Rule. But that part of Europe was European before communism and after communism.

    Also, values and ideas can be exported or exist elsewhere. There were plenty of non-European Christians and plenty of non-European communists.

    If Europe is all about values, then cosmopolitan Hong Kong is European. India is European because it politically adopted liberal democracy.

    Core of Europe is not about values or ideas which come and go and can be imported or exported around the world. It is race, land, and cultural/historical memory and consciousness. Europe had different values during Roman times and during Christian times than it has today. But they were all part of European history and pageant because they were the story of the European people in European land and civilization.

    Germans were Germanic as pagans, as Christians, as social-democrats, as Nazis, as communists, as liberal democrats, and etc. Good or bad, the essence of Germanness was ethnic and territorial and historical. If those core identifications are lost, then the nation is lost.

    Communism was once the values and ideology of much of Central/Eastern Europe that fell under Soviet Rule. But that part of Europe was European before communism and after communism.

    Also, values and ideas can be exported or exist elsewhere. There were plenty of non-European Christians and plenty of non-European communists.

    What? Where was communism “values and ideology”? Even apparatchiks didn’t believe this. Under communist rule Poland in fact become more Christian than ever.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Priss Factor
    "What? Where was communism 'values and ideology'? Even apparatchiks didn’t believe this. Under communist rule Poland in fact become more Christian than ever."

    What a dammy. I didn't say most Poles embraced communism. I said it was the official ideology of all the Warsaw nations, and long as it lasted, communism was seen as an indispensable value system of the Europe. Commie nations believed that their ideology was scientific and that even capitalist nations would eventually turn commie.

    OF course, many people thought otherwise, but we are talking official policy here.
    Even now, not every European believes in this 'European values' crap, especially as European values seem to be about rejecting European survival. I mean what kind of value system is that? WE ARE MORALLY AND CULTURALLY SUPERIOR BECAUSE WE WELCOME FOREIGNERS TO OVERRUN AND DESTROY US. It'd be like a hippo saying he has great hippo values because he wants to be devoured by crocodiles.

    In a way, the hostility of foreigners toward Europe is in accordance with 'European values'. After all, if Europe is calling for assisted suicide, it is only being aided by those who would murder it.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Marat
    poof!

    I think you mean:

    poofter.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Priss Factor
    Henceforth, I demand that all European elites pack their homes with Third World refugees. Pack em tight. And forever.

    PS. I wonder if one reason why Europeans and whites never learn anything from past experience is because they've fallen under a consumerist mentality.
    Merkel talks of HOPE. It's what consumers feel every time they buy new stuff. Even though they buy something and it turns out to be a downer, they keep buying cuz there's the HOPE that it will THE thing. It's the way some people get married and divorced and married and divorced. It's as if the NEW SPOUSE will be the answer, but sooner or later, he or she is also dumped for another.

    Europeans surely have a lot of bad experiences with immigrants and refugees so far. So, you'd think NO MORE. But instead, they think it will be better this time cuz it's a NEW BATCH.

    It's like a woman who's disappointed with clothes/fashion she bought not long ago and keeps getting new ones instead of realizing that all these clothes aint gonna bring her happiness.

    Instead of shedding old immigrants/invaders, Europeans keep dreaming of NEW HOPE with new doses of marauders posing as refugees.

    One of the wealthiest men in Spain and the most titled aristocrat in Europe has been housing two Syrian refugee families quietly for 18 months.

    I get the anger and don’t agree with what Merkel is doing but some people take their Christian duty seriously. Let’s be careful here.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3225656/Youngest-son-eccentric-Spanish-aristocrat-throws-open-doors-country-home-two-Syrian-families-fled-war-torn-country.html

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • “He will ask why I suspect this male of being soft. We bathe together: he never looks up, but stares with devouring eyes at the athletes, and looks at their d**ks with drooling lips. You ask who this is? The name escapes me.”

    Martial

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Stan Adams
    Your post reeks of anti-transageism bias, Steve.

    He is a 17-year-old boy in a 27-year-old man's body ... anyone who says otherwise is on the wrong side of history.

    That being said, I know a guy whose 16-year-old son is 6'2"/190 and benches 350 ... and he's not even the strongest guy on his high-school wrestling team. (And he's white.)

    More I think about it, the more I’m convinced he’s at least 25.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Steve, mr Sipilä and his family live in Helsinki. He is offering his empty mansion near Oulu to asylum seekers. The man is worth 20-30 million euros, so he can afford these little gestures.

    Read More
    • Replies: @A Finn
    This. Though to be accurate, Sipilä currently lives in Sipoo, not in Helsinki. Sipoo is right next to Helsinki.

    Also, he probably won't be paying a single cent of the expenses. Not even while the asylum seekers are in his spare mansion, and certainly not after they are granted asylum and move out to apartments of their own.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Your post reeks of anti-transageism bias, Steve.

    He is a 17-year-old boy in a 27-year-old man’s body … anyone who says otherwise is on the wrong side of history.

    That being said, I know a guy whose 16-year-old son is 6’2″/190 and benches 350 … and he’s not even the strongest guy on his high-school wrestling team. (And he’s white.)

    Read More
    • Replies: @Bleuteaux
    More I think about it, the more I'm convinced he's at least 25.
    , @Gato de la Biblioteca
    Transageism? Why the fuck not? It's less stupid than a lot of the stuff that's gone on this year, from the immigrant crises, to Caitlyn fathering children, to Rachel Dolezal. So sure, transageism.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @anon

    He is a servant of Allah and likes to build up his upper body.
     
    Lol. Bodybuilders with skinny calves will frequently pose in knee-high water to hide their deficiency-- like in small waves on the beach.

    But this guy, he has to pose in water up to his nipples!

    Apparently the followers of the BS prophet miss leg day.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Esso

    and “our” party’s guy, Alexander Stubb is not a dork
     
    Ok, so you don't actually know anything about Finland.

    Perhaps you were visiting St. Petersburg? Or you are writing from there?

    Hahaa! You are right. My brain short-circuited last night, from all the stress of watching these images of hordes of people in Europe…watching hordes of mostly, young, military-aged men advancing on Europe like a zombie apocalypse, like the “plan” I heard of years ago to destroy Christian Europe.

    And, no Russia with love for me. I admit I don’t understand all the differences of the political rivals in Finland. Stubb seemed ok years ago, but you’re right, he is drunk with the liberal BS and is convinced that multiculturalism and diversity is good…so more immigrants. Is there anyone left in the political sphere (with any real power and influence) in Finland that wants to keep Finland free from more of these male freeloaders that will be coming? How can the Finnish public allow this to happen since taxes are already very high, and 15,000 (or was it 5000? -oops, can’t remember) of their educated young adults have left Finland? Not to mention that there is violence committed by Muslim men against both Finnish youth both male & female?

    This summer was such a disappointment in that no one seemed to question the logic of bringing in thousands of Muslims since there is no proof that they are even Syrian refugee parents? All I heard were PC people saying we must do something…like this idiot PM saying he would bring some random (looks virile) dude into his home?

    I was rambling and exhausted, and didn’t heed my own advice to not proceed to record my brain-farts because I was clueless; completely admit to that. And, I live in the states and glean too few facts (time) to understand the political horse-trading in Finland…and who is a rat and who is not. I just want to be able to come back there (funerals are coming for a generation of my family) without feeling like it is getting worse/unsafe…it already felt creepy to have all these men wandering around Helsinki in packs. Like I said, my quiet, cerebral brother was pretty freaked out (along with his American wife) how many ME men were idly wandering about in Oslo, and he is a world-traveler who never feels vulnerable wherever he goes.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @WhatEvvs
    We can name the boy Tom of Finland.

    What does the sex/gender ratio of a man's children have to do w/his sexuality? Or is this just an obsession of yours?

    What does the sex/gender ratio of a man’s children have to do w/his sexuality? Or is this just an obsession of yours?

    You’ve misunderstood. Sailer is implying that that young Muslim man would be a sexual threat to the Prime Minister’s daughters, should he move into his house and live with his family.

    Read More
    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    The PM should be more worried about his sons................
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Jaakko Raipala
    His party was formerly known as the "rural alliance". Decades ago as their strategists worried about their voter base in small farmers, rural shopkeepers and the like disappearing with urbanization and they rebranded as the "Center Party" but it hasn't had much success in southern cities. The vote share looks like this every election:

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c3/Eduskuntavaalit_2015.png

    Green = the Center Party is the biggest party. This is basically a population density map.

    As for this ridiculousness in the face of an obvious scammer, it's just the same phenomenon that has led to the Swedish multicultural lunacy. We both have cultures that put a high value on trust and honesty. The flipside of this culture is that accusing someone of dishonesty is considered an extremely serious insult. I'm afraid when most Finns look at this clip they'll just think "well that kid is an obvious scammer but look at what a nice trusting man Sipilä is".

    The traditional way Sweden dealt with this vulnerability was to be a militant Protestant state where everyone else faced major legal restrictions or was altogether banned. Dismantling the state restrictions that protected our naive individuals and making lack of "racism" the most desirable virtue of all are an extremely toxic combination where we get scammed but we feel virtuous for it. Our culture just puts zero shame or blame on someone for being excessively trusting so people feel free to show off how they're getting scammed by migrants as proof of how they're not some sort of suspicious, xenophobic, prejudiced racists.

    This would play out very differently in neighboring Russia where distrust is normal and no leader ever scored respect points by televising themselves getting scammed. I wish there was a way to import their lack of respect for gullibility without importing all their other values.

    It’s not just gullibility.
    A verse in the Soviet anthem (youtube Paul Robeson) went like this:

    We fought for the future, destryed the invaders,
    and brought to our Homeland the laurels of fame;
    Our glory will live in the mem’ry of nations
    And all generations will honor Her name…

    (not a literal translation, but the Russian language original had a verse to the same effect)

    The problem is people in consumer societies live in an eternal present, and the idea to get your hands dirty — as the Russians did (mainly to themselves) and the Germans did (mainly to others) with Oriental abandon, little Muslim lovers that they are — in order that “our kids may have it better than we did”, is all but gone. Today’s Russia is no different in this regard.

    Another Soviet song went “we are born to turn fairytale into reality.”

    “It is wise to be sceptical as to how warmly the forward-looking ethos [of Communism] was welcomed among the population. Many people (…) would much rather have had more bread or lower prices than have added their spade of cement to the foundations of communism; as one punning quip would later put it, they felt themselves to be turning not fairytale (skazka), but Kafka into reality. But the primacy of the future was unquestioned in the culture of the time” (bolding mine) — The Soviet Union, a Very Short Introduction

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @whorefinder
    So man hits middle age, his testosterone drops, and suddenly his sexual interests , ahem...expand?

    Yeah, never happened before.

    Paging Oscar Wilde.

    More seriously, the ancient Greeks observed quite accurately how many middle-aged men suddenly develop a penchant for youthful teen/early 20s boys once the marriage/kids have happened and the bloom of the old man's own youth is off.

    Of course, the Greeks weren't crass enough to think the older man was somehow "born gay" but instead merely noted that he liked younger men as much as younger women. So they set up a social system to prevent such disreputable behavior from overwhelming their society---basically, the pairings were allowed, but only under strict rules, and were terminated after a period of time,

    No one is born gay, duh. That's a political lie the left came up with in the 70s once the idea of "choosing" to be gay merely led observers to the inescapable conclusion that choosing such a lifestyle was very bad for society and for the men involved. So "born gay" was politically selected as a meme.

    It's best to think of gay proclivities the same way one things about heroin use : some people are more likely to develop it more strongly than others, but anyone's poor choices and dissolute lifestyle can lead to it. It doesn't excuse wallowing in it, and it isn't positive for anyone to choose to partake in the activity.

    “No one is born gay duh.”

    That’s an absolute lie. I am gay, I have been attracted to men since I was nine. It became undeniable when I was around thirteen-fourteen. I didn’t even know of the word ‘gay’ then. I live in a country where you go to prison for being gay. There’s no ‘gay propaganda’. A really pretty girl often tried to flirt with me during middle school, but I always turned her down, because I didn’t feel anything. I couldn’t feel anything even if I wanted to. To think that I was really attracted to girls but turned them down just so I could choose a highly taboo identity which I couldn’t even label at the time is ridiculous.

    I have met dozens of gay men since then and all of them knew they were attracted exclusively to men in their teens and pre-teens. Sexuality is highly biological.

    I have seen a lot of right-wingers try to use people of flexible sexuality who switch between dating men and women or whose sexuality is more fluid… as ‘proof’ that gays ‘choose to be gay’ (why is never answered). By definition, these people, who exist in very small numbers, are bisexual. If you are attracted to men and women, at the same time or at different times, you are bisexual, not gay. That again, is not a ‘choice’! It is my impression that women are more likely to be bisexual than men. Again, this is still a very very small percentage of women.

    The left-wing vehemently argues that biological sex and race are ‘social constructs’. Many on the Nrx and alt-right bandwagon similarly cling to notions that sexuality is a social construct. The negrophiles try to use exceptional negroes to somehow ‘prove’ that we’re all equal and just the same, that racial disparities are cultural. Similarly anti-gay people usually love to use exceptional ‘gays’ (read: bisexuals or sexually confused ppl) to state we’re all just the same and culture creates sexual-orientation disparities. Both are wrong.

    Whether homos are 100% born this way or not, I can assure you they don’t have a choice. Now bisexuals who are equally attracted to both sexes – they have a choice which attractions to act on. You can tell them to choose the ‘right’ lifestyle if you wish. But, outside of advanced genetic technology, I don’t think you’ll be able to make gays ‘hetero’ or heteros gay by propaganda. I hope such technology will exist by 2100, so people like me don’t have to explain all this repeatedly or be executed or imprisoned in most of the world or live fake lives marrying heteros (which I’ll never do).

    95%+ people are heterosexual. All the alarm about homosexuality is nonsensical. It’s not even hard to imagine how us homos feel. I am guessing you are a man attracted to women, right? Now think about your attraction to women, how natural it feels, that’s how you’ve felt most of your life – that’s how lesbians feel. Now imagine yourself kissing, having sex with men. Is that repulsive? Out of the question? That’s how lesbians also feel. Easy. A hetero woman can similarly imagine how gay men feel. Don’t become antagonized towards gays just because SJWs use their identity for political points. I despise feminism in general but will not allow it turn me antagonistic towards women.

    Sorry for bad English, I’m not a native speaker. I am trying to explain here, that’s all, not attacking anyone. Have a good day.

    Read More
    • Replies: @TWS
    So about nine was when you were abused or were abusing younger children? Because every. single. one. of the homosexuals I know were abused or abusers or both.
    , @TWS
    Yeah no need for alarm. It's not like homosexuals represent a huge fraction of convicted child molesters. Or a huge fraction of STD cases. Or are over represented by wide margins in mental health problems and other criminality. Oh, wait...
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Lagertha
    If only he was Tom of Finland! - but Venice CA, was another planet and a time warp as to what is happening in Europe today. What I could glean from the FB message:

    A bromance kind of guy (Finn) believes another Finn has illegally threatened to kill Fariz, and Fariz answers in a girlfriendly way, way gaydar way, that he is fine...Next, it seems a fellow Jihaddi responds to that threat by that badass Finn to hunt down FARIZ and kill him ( Fariz is definitely low IQ, BTW, duh). But his puppet master (somewhat smarter) is from Central Casting of ISIS:

    Fariz: hahaha - these shitty people (Finns) they're all just talk. They're too afraid to do anything because they realize how crazy (Jihaddies?) we are.

    Abdullah answers: don't worry about these dummies, let them say what they say. So full of shit these people.

    Fariz answers: Yes and I won't.

    Abdullah implores: Let them live in peace, but DO NOT GIVE THE WRONG IMPRESSION of the Finns/Finland (perhaps that the Finns are realizing they gotta get rid of all the Muslim men on their lands like, hello?, pronto)
    __________________________________________
    OK so, it took like an hour to write all this scheisse because I am angry, embarrassed and ready to kill with my bare hands...a true Finn. F!

    After having been there this summer, I did get into some arguments with my connections (some relatives) who are more liberal and live in la-la land. Ever since 9/11 everyone who knows me in Finland, knows that I have always been mistrustful of globalization, and have refrained from discussing diversity, ever since I left to live in the USA (as a child) my cousins remark that I am different - well, major, duh. Plus, I just happened to be connected to NYC & 9/11.

    And, this exchange by a male-body obsessed jihaddi, must have just blew the guts out of the current Finnish Govt. I even tried to get through avenues I know to glean more info on this jerk, but, No; big-time firewall. Finns have finally been taken. Finns were soooo la-di-dah about migrants flooding into the country, that honestly, I didn't know whether it is safe to walk the streets in Helsinki next summer. Migrants were 6 times more than last summer, and, my brother who was in Norway, said it was down-right uncomfortable in Oslo, wondering if you have to be aware of your personal belongings. And, my eldest brother, the most liberal, intellectual, well-traveled, curious, magnanimous and witty man I know was getting paranoid.

    I hate this PM. He is a pansy-assed guy - everyone here gets that. He is from the north and he is like a "born again" Christian since he belongs to a certain sect or a cult with Christian overtones. He is such a dork, but Finland, for whatever reason, has elected a lot of dorks in the last 20 years. The president is not a dork; and "our" party's guy, Alexander Stubb is not a dork, but the PM has more power than the PM in many ways.

    Just so everyone on Steve's club knows, I belong to the Ntl Coalition Party (the only Right Wing one, even if it is watered-down) and, the Swedish Speaking Party. Sipila is part of the abhorrent liberal parties (there are like, 4) that are colossally clueless. Plus, he comes from Oulu (which is like coming from Fargo to be POTUS). The soft bigotry of low expectations indeed!.

    I know the Finnish intelligence and probably CIA are all over this. I just hope the CIA is working overtime...they, at least, do love the Finns, and, the Finns love the USA, always have.

    and “our” party’s guy, Alexander Stubb is not a dork

    Ok, so you don’t actually know anything about Finland.

    Perhaps you were visiting St. Petersburg? Or you are writing from there?

    Read More
    • Replies: @Lagertha
    Hahaa! You are right. My brain short-circuited last night, from all the stress of watching these images of hordes of people in Europe...watching hordes of mostly, young, military-aged men advancing on Europe like a zombie apocalypse, like the "plan" I heard of years ago to destroy Christian Europe.

    And, no Russia with love for me. I admit I don't understand all the differences of the political rivals in Finland. Stubb seemed ok years ago, but you're right, he is drunk with the liberal BS and is convinced that multiculturalism and diversity is good...so more immigrants. Is there anyone left in the political sphere (with any real power and influence) in Finland that wants to keep Finland free from more of these male freeloaders that will be coming? How can the Finnish public allow this to happen since taxes are already very high, and 15,000 (or was it 5000? -oops, can't remember) of their educated young adults have left Finland? Not to mention that there is violence committed by Muslim men against both Finnish youth both male & female?

    This summer was such a disappointment in that no one seemed to question the logic of bringing in thousands of Muslims since there is no proof that they are even Syrian refugee parents? All I heard were PC people saying we must do something...like this idiot PM saying he would bring some random (looks virile) dude into his home?

    I was rambling and exhausted, and didn't heed my own advice to not proceed to record my brain-farts because I was clueless; completely admit to that. And, I live in the states and glean too few facts (time) to understand the political horse-trading in Finland...and who is a rat and who is not. I just want to be able to come back there (funerals are coming for a generation of my family) without feeling like it is getting worse/unsafe...it already felt creepy to have all these men wandering around Helsinki in packs. Like I said, my quiet, cerebral brother was pretty freaked out (along with his American wife) how many ME men were idly wandering about in Oslo, and he is a world-traveler who never feels vulnerable wherever he goes.

    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • I have no words for these comments. Seriously, people, NOBODY leaves his country, his house and (parts of) his family behind if he doesn’t have to.

    NOBODY? All migration is involuntary? Is there a name for this world you live in?

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonymous
    I have no words for these comments. Seriously, people, NOBODY leaves his country, his house and (parts of) his family behind if he doesn't have to. It's ridiculous how many of you seem to believe that refugees come to Germany because we "offer" them shelter. Do you think it's fun to carry your toddler from Syria to Germany - by foot? Do you think it's fun to live in an overcrowded refugee camp with little money and nothing to do? Do you think anybody in his right mind would put his child on a boat, unless the Mediterranean seems safer than Syria? Your lack of empathy is despicable.

    FWIW, Point, my family used to joke that my grandfather loved the WWII refugee camp in Strasbourg. Nice scenery, they all had three hots and a cot, and he had time to go hunting. Granted, they left Latvia because they had to. But living in that camp without much to do was like something of a camping vacation for him.

    I’ll allow that not everyone gets to enjoy a refugee camp in Strasbourg.

    Interesting relevant side note: My father’s family just as soon would have stayed right there, but the French wouldn’t have them. A Latvian civil engineer fluent in multiple European languages and functional in French with his wife and two children.

    My how times have changed!

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Steve Sailer
    Right, my impression is the new Prime Minister is a not very urbane provincial Christian businessman. His home is in Oulu, which turns out to be the fifth biggest city in Finland and the most northerly and remote.

    His party was formerly known as the “rural alliance”. Decades ago as their strategists worried about their voter base in small farmers, rural shopkeepers and the like disappearing with urbanization and they rebranded as the “Center Party” but it hasn’t had much success in southern cities. The vote share looks like this every election:

    Green = the Center Party is the biggest party. This is basically a population density map.

    As for this ridiculousness in the face of an obvious scammer, it’s just the same phenomenon that has led to the Swedish multicultural lunacy. We both have cultures that put a high value on trust and honesty. The flipside of this culture is that accusing someone of dishonesty is considered an extremely serious insult. I’m afraid when most Finns look at this clip they’ll just think “well that kid is an obvious scammer but look at what a nice trusting man Sipilä is”.

    The traditional way Sweden dealt with this vulnerability was to be a militant Protestant state where everyone else faced major legal restrictions or was altogether banned. Dismantling the state restrictions that protected our naive individuals and making lack of “racism” the most desirable virtue of all are an extremely toxic combination where we get scammed but we feel virtuous for it. Our culture just puts zero shame or blame on someone for being excessively trusting so people feel free to show off how they’re getting scammed by migrants as proof of how they’re not some sort of suspicious, xenophobic, prejudiced racists.

    This would play out very differently in neighboring Russia where distrust is normal and no leader ever scored respect points by televising themselves getting scammed. I wish there was a way to import their lack of respect for gullibility without importing all their other values.

    Read More
    • Replies: @andy russia
    It's not just gullibility.
    A verse in the Soviet anthem (youtube Paul Robeson) went like this:

    We fought for the future, destryed the invaders,
    and brought to our Homeland the laurels of fame;
    Our glory will live in the mem'ry of nations
    And all generations will honor Her name...

    (not a literal translation, but the Russian language original had a verse to the same effect)

    The problem is people in consumer societies live in an eternal present, and the idea to get your hands dirty -- as the Russians did (mainly to themselves) and the Germans did (mainly to others) with Oriental abandon, little Muslim lovers that they are -- in order that "our kids may have it better than we did", is all but gone. Today's Russia is no different in this regard.

    Another Soviet song went "we are born to turn fairytale into reality."

    "It is wise to be sceptical as to how warmly the forward-looking ethos [of Communism] was welcomed among the population. Many people (...) would much rather have had more bread or lower prices than have added their spade of cement to the foundations of communism; as one punning quip would later put it, they felt themselves to be turning not fairytale (skazka), but Kafka into reality. But the primacy of the future was unquestioned in the culture of the time" (bolding mine) -- The Soviet Union, a Very Short Introduction

    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Aesthetics are socially constructed don’t you know.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @WhatEvvs
    Clunkhead, I've been reading Sailer for a while. It's like watching a train wreck. He's getting more & more bizarre. Now he's hinting that the gender ratio of a man's progeny indicate whether he's homosexual or not.

    In two words: peer review.

    Well in men being g*y is either a vertically transmitted virus, or a gene that favours daughters.

    There was a case in Britain a few years ago of a man who had been helped to get asylum because he was g*y by an English diplomat lover. In Britain the refugee went on to infect a number of females including a 15 year old with AIDS. He was suspected to have been responsible directly or indirectly for 50 cases.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1461888/10-years-jail-for-gay-HIV-asylum-seeker-who-infected-women.html

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @WGG
    No. Economic parasitism is real. You are projecting your personal feelings of loyalty to your homeland into the minds of others with no justification whatsoever. Your statement is like saying nobody kills unless they have to, or nobody steals unless they are starving. It simply isn't true. Many people will do myriad ugly things simply for a slight upgrade to their living conditions, whether they were in desperate need or not. And your anger and defensiveness comes from being too cowardly to defend your homeland. Loyalty indeed.

    Northern Italy – Venice, Treviso, Padova, even Lake Garda – has a visible sub-Saharan African presence that simply didn’t exist ten years back. Nearly all young men.

    A guy was going from table to table begging, saying he’d just come from Libya. Didn’t seem to be getting much sympathy from the locals.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @WhatEvvs
    Clunkhead, I've been reading Sailer for a while. It's like watching a train wreck. He's getting more & more bizarre. Now he's hinting that the gender ratio of a man's progeny indicate whether he's homosexual or not.

    In two words: peer review.

    You have two posts and claim to have read for a while? Go away.

    Btw what I think Sailer is getting at is that fathers with more daughters will be more worried about preventing Rotherhams than a man with almost all sons.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @WhatEvvs
    Clunkhead, I've been reading Sailer for a while. It's like watching a train wreck. He's getting more & more bizarre. Now he's hinting that the gender ratio of a man's progeny indicate whether he's homosexual or not.

    In two words: peer review.

    “Now he’s hinting that the gender ratio of a man’s progeny indicate whether he’s homosexual or not.”

    I think you misunderstand. Would a man with teenage (or indeed younger) daughters in the house want that ‘boy’ under his roof with them?

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Seppo Finn
    I actually thought 'they should let just this one in, he's quite hot' and stared at his muscular body for a while, smiling. And then I scroll down and it says "He is a servant of Allah..." and I instantly wanted him to disappear forever.

    This is really troublesome to me. Syrians, Iranians and some other arabs could have become good second-tier euros as european populations dwindle. They have the birth rates. Many of their men (especially the lighter skinned ones) are quite good looking. So are the women (when they aren't hiding in disgusting burqas). But they are all infected by Islam. You admire their above-s-s-african intelligence and good aesthetics and then they open their mouths to say "Allahu Akbar!" and you can feel your optimism and hope for humanity draining away from your disappointed, sighing body.

    Is there any other population/group that has good aesthetics, at least close-to-100 average IQ, 2.5+ fertility rate that is not infected by Islam? I can only think of the Amish. Maybe Mormons can be included too. I'd add Indian Punjabis but their fertility rate is now close to western euro levels.

    “Is there any other population/group that has good aesthetics, at least close-to-100 average IQ, 2.5+ fertility rate that is not infected by Islam? “

    The Hasidim?

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Beyond bizarre. It appears that Finland is thinking of applying for NATO membership. Maybe we should seriously think of withdrawing from NATO. Do we seriously want to have American men dying to save people who appear to be incapable of defending themselves?

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • WhatEvvs [AKA "Danuta Tramp"] says:
    @WhatEvvs
    We can name the boy Tom of Finland.

    What does the sex/gender ratio of a man's children have to do w/his sexuality? Or is this just an obsession of yours?

    Clunkhead, I’ve been reading Sailer for a while. It’s like watching a train wreck. He’s getting more & more bizarre. Now he’s hinting that the gender ratio of a man’s progeny indicate whether he’s homosexual or not.

    In two words: peer review.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Anonymous Nephew
    "Now he’s hinting that the gender ratio of a man’s progeny indicate whether he’s homosexual or not."

    I think you misunderstand. Would a man with teenage (or indeed younger) daughters in the house want that 'boy' under his roof with them?
    , @Anonym
    You have two posts and claim to have read for a while? Go away.

    Btw what I think Sailer is getting at is that fathers with more daughters will be more worried about preventing Rotherhams than a man with almost all sons.
    , @Sean
    Well in men being g*y is either a vertically transmitted virus, or a gene that favours daughters.

    There was a case in Britain a few years ago of a man who had been helped to get asylum because he was g*y by an English diplomat lover. In Britain the refugee went on to infect a number of females including a 15 year old with AIDS. He was suspected to have been responsible directly or indirectly for 50 cases.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1461888/10-years-jail-for-gay-HIV-asylum-seeker-who-infected-women.html
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • He is armed, with massive ‘guns’. Finns like guns. Sipilä’s home will have a sauna where this poor kid can dispense with all that excess clothing and by pumping up to full potential impress the Sipilä daughters, while mom and dad are out competing in traditional Finnish Wife-carrying contests, or just upstairs praying.

    It would have to be a male he talked to. There was a BBC World Service radio discussion the other day where a 97% pro-migrant/asylum seeker presenter and journalist mentioned to fanatically pro-refugee Germans, that male or female BBC reporters tried repeatedly but they could not talk to any of the Syrian women refugees. The women always looked at men for permission and a shake of the head told them no.

    Another point is those who get out the camps are always going to include many young tough men, because there will be competition to be selected and the men use intimidation on the selectors. They will quickly work out how to fake illness (Cameron is going to take those with disability) so you can expect lots of men claiming mental problems that can’t be disproved. During the Bosnian war there was an RAF airlift supposed to be of suffering women and children the media had reported, but when it arrived they were almost all young vigorous and male.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @whorefinder
    So man hits middle age, his testosterone drops, and suddenly his sexual interests , ahem...expand?

    Yeah, never happened before.

    Paging Oscar Wilde.

    More seriously, the ancient Greeks observed quite accurately how many middle-aged men suddenly develop a penchant for youthful teen/early 20s boys once the marriage/kids have happened and the bloom of the old man's own youth is off.

    Of course, the Greeks weren't crass enough to think the older man was somehow "born gay" but instead merely noted that he liked younger men as much as younger women. So they set up a social system to prevent such disreputable behavior from overwhelming their society---basically, the pairings were allowed, but only under strict rules, and were terminated after a period of time,

    No one is born gay, duh. That's a political lie the left came up with in the 70s once the idea of "choosing" to be gay merely led observers to the inescapable conclusion that choosing such a lifestyle was very bad for society and for the men involved. So "born gay" was politically selected as a meme.

    It's best to think of gay proclivities the same way one things about heroin use : some people are more likely to develop it more strongly than others, but anyone's poor choices and dissolute lifestyle can lead to it. It doesn't excuse wallowing in it, and it isn't positive for anyone to choose to partake in the activity.

    Except that doesn’t really stack up based on what I’ve seen. The gay guy I know, knew he was homosexual before he was 10. He had kids btw. Homosexual in nature before, during, after marriage. His wife was shaped very boyishly.

    By contrast, it does not require me to expend any effort at all to resist homosexual relationships, porn, whatever. Does not appeal. I can’t conceive of any life choice that would lead me in that direction.

    I think some people are probably in the middle somewhere, and for them, some life choices can lead to a homosexual lifestyle.

    Read More
    • Replies: @AnotherDad

    By contrast, it does not require me to expend any effort at all to resist homosexual relationships, porn, whatever. Does not appeal. I can’t conceive of any life choice that would lead me in that direction.
     
    Exactly. And someone could pipe up and say "well that's just your experience" ... except all the data disagree. A very small percentage of men--roughly 2%--are queer--something's gone wrong with the wiring, the rest are straight. There's basically zero evidence for any sort of "continuum". Very few bisexual men. ("Bisexual" just means homosexual and still figuring it out.) Almost no men are in the mushy middle.

    And the males who are gay--they seem to have detectable signs at a pretty early age. Whatever the cause--Greg Cochran has a bunch of posts making the germ argument--it strikes early--in the womb or early childhood, while the brain is developing.

    We'll figure this all out--probably fairly soon. Or if embargoed by PC--quite likely in the West--the Chinese or Koreans will figure it out. Then we can be rid of it.

    ~~~

    Note the above is all about men. Women's sexuality--in terms of practice--seems to be more conditional and fluid, though i'd guess that hard dykes have some similar clear biological causation. (IIRC women exposed to DES in the womb report a considerably higher rate of having engaged in lesbian relations.) With women there does some to be some tendency toward having late in life—perhaps post-menopausal?—turn toward lesbianism. Perhaps gals who were always leaning that way and lack any further reason to be with men once their child rearing is done, or perhaps just the ovaries shutting down. Speculation--not a biology guy.

    My point is the survey data is pretty clear. For men at least it’s pretty binary and whatever the cause it seems to mess up the brain pretty early.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    By contrast, it does not require me to expend any effort at all to resist homosexual relationships, porn, whatever.
     
    Can a man have a negative Kinsey integer? I mean beyond the erotic, finding the male body repellent to touch or look at?

    Years ago, while visiting my then-future, now-ex, brother-in-law's family, I stayed in his brother's room, which was full of bodybuilding mags and posters thereoutof all over the walls. I was convinced the guy was queer, though not "out", and even more so after he ran away from home the next year.

    But he eventually returned, and went on to a normal married life, so what did I know? It was just inconceivable to me that any straight guy could stomach, let alone enjoy, looking at male musculature.

    Even though I'll shake hands on principle, when at a liberal (ie, English) church I'll position myself near women and children for the "sign of peace". Just bathing my baby sons required stifling the gag reflex.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Sailer
    Right, my impression is the new Prime Minister is a not very urbane provincial Christian businessman. His home is in Oulu, which turns out to be the fifth biggest city in Finland and the most northerly and remote.

    Actually, Sipilä made the announcement concerning the family house in a TV interview before visiting the refugee centre.

    Sipilä is a self-made millionaire. During the 1990s, he employed some Iraqis who had fled the Saddam regime and had positive experiences. As a Christian businessman and a DIY guy, he probably approaches the situation using what might be called the MacGyver method: being a nice guy, building trust, emphasizing volunteer work and charity, looking for clever solutions to difficult problems.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Hepp
    Aren't you a little hard on pretty much some of the only people in northern Europe that are having children? I assure you that in the United States Mormons are not "known for shamelessness, opportunism and untrustworthiness." I doubt the Laestadians are either.

    My experience in business with Mormons, sample size 2 – one very trustworthy. Other one shameless, opportunistic criminal.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonymous
    I have no words for these comments. Seriously, people, NOBODY leaves his country, his house and (parts of) his family behind if he doesn't have to. It's ridiculous how many of you seem to believe that refugees come to Germany because we "offer" them shelter. Do you think it's fun to carry your toddler from Syria to Germany - by foot? Do you think it's fun to live in an overcrowded refugee camp with little money and nothing to do? Do you think anybody in his right mind would put his child on a boat, unless the Mediterranean seems safer than Syria? Your lack of empathy is despicable.

    Tell that to China, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Israel…

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • He is a servant of Allah and likes to build up his upper body.

    Lol. Bodybuilders with skinny calves will frequently pose in knee-high water to hide their deficiency– like in small waves on the beach.

    But this guy, he has to pose in water up to his nipples!

    Read More
    • Replies: @Bugg
    Apparently the followers of the BS prophet miss leg day.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @22pp22
    I think someone has already got into the bottom of this.

    The man who started massed immigration in the UK, Edward Heath, was also a knob jockey.

    I think the Finnish PM and his bodybuilding “friend” really need to queer things up.

    Sorry, I meant “clear.”

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Priss Factor
    The idea of Europe defined by ideology or values is crazy.

    History is proof. Christianity was once synonymous with Europe. So, one would think Christian values and dogma are what Europe was and is all about. But Europeans were European before Christianity and after Christianity(as Europe has essentially been de-Christianized). Even with change of values, Europe was Europe.

    Communism was once the values and ideology of much of Central/Eastern Europe that fell under Soviet Rule. But that part of Europe was European before communism and after communism.

    Also, values and ideas can be exported or exist elsewhere. There were plenty of non-European Christians and plenty of non-European communists.

    If Europe is all about values, then cosmopolitan Hong Kong is European. India is European because it politically adopted liberal democracy.

    Core of Europe is not about values or ideas which come and go and can be imported or exported around the world. It is race, land, and cultural/historical memory and consciousness. Europe had different values during Roman times and during Christian times than it has today. But they were all part of European history and pageant because they were the story of the European people in European land and civilization.

    Germans were Germanic as pagans, as Christians, as social-democrats, as Nazis, as communists, as liberal democrats, and etc. Good or bad, the essence of Germanness was ethnic and territorial and historical. If those core identifications are lost, then the nation is lost.

    Good or bad, the essence of Germanness was ethnic and territorial and historical. If those core identifications are lost, then the nation is lost.

    Destruction of the Gernan nation is the endgame in all of this.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • anon • Disclaimer says:

    Easiest way to invade a country – send soldiers unarmed and then arm them once inside the enemy gates.

    I wonder if that’s how the Moors did it in Spain – like a slave trader brings a bunch in through the gate pretending they were slaves and then unchains them once inside.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @rod1963
    It reeks of a orchestrated effort and funded by some ME billionaires.

    It's a invasion force. There are far too many young healthy males in the mix. Once established expect bloodshed.

    This from a comment thread in the Financial Times about migrants going to Germany:

    (Note: I never saw readers’ comments being this sharp before.)

    Don’t be fooled; this is a hijrah, the spreading of the faith through mass emigration. This is exactly how Islam started. In fact, Muslim scholars look at the hijrah from Mecca to Medina as the true beginning of Islam. This is why you don’t see any of the leaders of these six Gulf countries — Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain declaring emergency refugee status to their own Sunni brothern and opening up their own borders to accept them.
    The leaders of these same six Gulf countries would like nothing better than to have crusader blood spilled ridding them of the ISIS threat rather than their own. This is yet another reason why they, themselves, will not offer any of their own religious brothern emergency refugee status to come to their countries. The west is being blackmailed by these Gulf states.
    Ms Merkel should be demanding these Gulf states immediately open their borders and allow their fellow Sunni refugees to enter their countries.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Priss Factor [AKA "skiapolemistis"] says:

    If Europeanness is about ‘good values’, I guess Germans were not European when they were Nazis and communists. I guess all the Europeans were not European during the era of oppressive serfdom.
    According to the current idiot ideology that says Europeanness is about values, one would have to say Europeans were not European through most of European history since the values of yesteryear would appall the sensibilities of today. According to PC logic, European history begins with ‘gay marriage’ and the bearded Eurovision ‘lady’.

    It’d be like Chinese saying Chineseness is all about Maoism. That would indicate Chinese were not Chinese until Mao came along. No wonder the Red Guards smashed so much of culture and heritage during the Cultural Revolution.

    It’s like saying, “I’m about working hard. So, when I’m not working hard, I’m not me.”

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Ed
    I don't think he's gay. He's not giving his home to the bodybuilder but any refugee family. At any rate one thing about all this that has me puzzled is that it's a big scam. I'd like to think even liberals don't like being taken for a ride.

    Right, my impression is the new Prime Minister is a not very urbane provincial Christian businessman. His home is in Oulu, which turns out to be the fifth biggest city in Finland and the most northerly and remote.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Jaakko Raipala
    His party was formerly known as the "rural alliance". Decades ago as their strategists worried about their voter base in small farmers, rural shopkeepers and the like disappearing with urbanization and they rebranded as the "Center Party" but it hasn't had much success in southern cities. The vote share looks like this every election:

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c3/Eduskuntavaalit_2015.png

    Green = the Center Party is the biggest party. This is basically a population density map.

    As for this ridiculousness in the face of an obvious scammer, it's just the same phenomenon that has led to the Swedish multicultural lunacy. We both have cultures that put a high value on trust and honesty. The flipside of this culture is that accusing someone of dishonesty is considered an extremely serious insult. I'm afraid when most Finns look at this clip they'll just think "well that kid is an obvious scammer but look at what a nice trusting man Sipilä is".

    The traditional way Sweden dealt with this vulnerability was to be a militant Protestant state where everyone else faced major legal restrictions or was altogether banned. Dismantling the state restrictions that protected our naive individuals and making lack of "racism" the most desirable virtue of all are an extremely toxic combination where we get scammed but we feel virtuous for it. Our culture just puts zero shame or blame on someone for being excessively trusting so people feel free to show off how they're getting scammed by migrants as proof of how they're not some sort of suspicious, xenophobic, prejudiced racists.

    This would play out very differently in neighboring Russia where distrust is normal and no leader ever scored respect points by televising themselves getting scammed. I wish there was a way to import their lack of respect for gullibility without importing all their other values.

    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Ed
    I don't think he's gay. He's not giving his home to the bodybuilder but any refugee family. At any rate one thing about all this that has me puzzled is that it's a big scam. I'd like to think even liberals don't like being taken for a ride.

    Right, my impression is the new Prime Minister is a not very urbane provincial Christian businessman. His home is in Oulu, which turns out to be the fifth biggest city in Finland and the most northerly and remote.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Actually, Sipilä made the announcement concerning the family house in a TV interview before visiting the refugee centre.

    Sipilä is a self-made millionaire. During the 1990s, he employed some Iraqis who had fled the Saddam regime and had positive experiences. As a Christian businessman and a DIY guy, he probably approaches the situation using what might be called the MacGyver method: being a nice guy, building trust, emphasizing volunteer work and charity, looking for clever solutions to difficult problems.

    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Ah yes, the cute refugee boys. Tragically shorn of parents and so in need of strong male guidance.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonymous
    I have no words for these comments. Seriously, people, NOBODY leaves his country, his house and (parts of) his family behind if he doesn't have to. It's ridiculous how many of you seem to believe that refugees come to Germany because we "offer" them shelter. Do you think it's fun to carry your toddler from Syria to Germany - by foot? Do you think it's fun to live in an overcrowded refugee camp with little money and nothing to do? Do you think anybody in his right mind would put his child on a boat, unless the Mediterranean seems safer than Syria? Your lack of empathy is despicable.

    I think Syrians have legitimate reasons for fleeing their country and should be give aid. The point is that they should be resettled in a third party Muslim nation (Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia), not a Euro-Christian nation.

    You know the little boy who drowned? His family had previously received asylum in Turkey, but they kept on traveling to reach the EU.

    There are ways to handle this crisis that don’t involve mass migration into Europe.
    If there’s a disaster somewhere, I can donate aid without inviting the victims to live in my house.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Bill Jones
    But they faced down the Russians

    “But they faced down the Russians”

    Sure, they did, my dear Bill Jones; the Finns stymied the Russians. But in 1940 the Finns had the inspiring leadership of Marshall Mannerheim while today, just seventy-five years on, the Finns are stuck with their spineless Prime Minister Who Resembles Drew Carey Except It’s Not Funny.

    Today the Finns can’t scrounge up the moxie to stymie unarmed invaders. You detect the difference between 1940 and today, I pray.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Jaakko Raipala
    He comes from Laestadians. They are like the Mormons of Finland, a movement originally started to get Saamis out of shamanism and alcoholism that somehow became mostly Finnish movements that are conservative and insular to the point that the rest of us find them cultlike. Outwardly nice Ned Flanders types but also known for shamelessness, opportunism and untrustworthiness in business and politics if you're outside their networks.

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

    Their part of Finland is very visible in any birth rate map:

    http://tilastokeskus.fi/til/synt/2011/synt_2011_2012-04-13_kuv_003_fi_001.gif

    Mr Sipilä is a good example of why to never trust the rural conservatives. They're all desperate to prove to the Helsinki media that they're not just dumb hicks from the north and love for refugees is a "Christian" way to get praise from the media when he cannot please them on abortion and gay marriage. We now have what must be the most conservative government in all of the EU and sure, the liberals think the world is ending because some law on transsexuals isn't going to get liberalized, but these people have still decided to turn us into Sweden II on refugees.

    So Finland has a government to the left of FDR but that’s still not ‘progressive’ enough to you. Still feel like you have to make up for being on Hitler’s side. Don’t lots of countries were.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Jaakko Raipala
    Why would Finns feel some need to make up for anything? World War II was just a continuation of a near millennium of history of us being stuck fighting the Russians for some Germanic cause that isn't planning on giving us equal rights.

    The irony is that the biggest cultural corruption we suffered from World War II is that Finns feel overly positive towards Germany and we instantly rushed to make ourselves Germany's most faithful servant in the EU without any debate. It's hardly likely an accident that we hopped on the refugee train right after Germany's choice and right after the elections that saw a personal visit from Angela Merkel to show support for the most pro-EU, pro-multiculturalism of candidates some of whom are now sitting in government.

    And the current Finnish government is extremely conservative even by American standards with the center right party being supported by the right-wing party and the so-called far-right-wing populist party. Sipilä spent half a year being intensely hated by the media for his refusal to compromise on his convictions that abortion and homosexuality are morally wrong. I did keep telling my countrymen that hoping for anti-immigration policies from religious conservatives is basically begging for the flood but no one seems to have listened.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Priss Factor [AKA "skiapolemistis"] says:

    The idea of Europe defined by ideology or values is crazy.

    History is proof. Christianity was once synonymous with Europe. So, one would think Christian values and dogma are what Europe was and is all about. But Europeans were European before Christianity and after Christianity(as Europe has essentially been de-Christianized). Even with change of values, Europe was Europe.

    Communism was once the values and ideology of much of Central/Eastern Europe that fell under Soviet Rule. But that part of Europe was European before communism and after communism.

    Also, values and ideas can be exported or exist elsewhere. There were plenty of non-European Christians and plenty of non-European communists.

    If Europe is all about values, then cosmopolitan Hong Kong is European. India is European because it politically adopted liberal democracy.

    Core of Europe is not about values or ideas which come and go and can be imported or exported around the world. It is race, land, and cultural/historical memory and consciousness. Europe had different values during Roman times and during Christian times than it has today. But they were all part of European history and pageant because they were the story of the European people in European land and civilization.

    Germans were Germanic as pagans, as Christians, as social-democrats, as Nazis, as communists, as liberal democrats, and etc. Good or bad, the essence of Germanness was ethnic and territorial and historical. If those core identifications are lost, then the nation is lost.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Good or bad, the essence of Germanness was ethnic and territorial and historical. If those core identifications are lost, then the nation is lost.

    Destruction of the Gernan nation is the endgame in all of this.
    , @Lex

    Communism was once the values and ideology of much of Central/Eastern Europe that fell under Soviet Rule. But that part of Europe was European before communism and after communism.

    Also, values and ideas can be exported or exist elsewhere. There were plenty of non-European Christians and plenty of non-European communists.
     
    What? Where was communism "values and ideology"? Even apparatchiks didn't believe this. Under communist rule Poland in fact become more Christian than ever.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Jaakko Raipala
    He comes from Laestadians. They are like the Mormons of Finland, a movement originally started to get Saamis out of shamanism and alcoholism that somehow became mostly Finnish movements that are conservative and insular to the point that the rest of us find them cultlike. Outwardly nice Ned Flanders types but also known for shamelessness, opportunism and untrustworthiness in business and politics if you're outside their networks.

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

    Their part of Finland is very visible in any birth rate map:

    http://tilastokeskus.fi/til/synt/2011/synt_2011_2012-04-13_kuv_003_fi_001.gif

    Mr Sipilä is a good example of why to never trust the rural conservatives. They're all desperate to prove to the Helsinki media that they're not just dumb hicks from the north and love for refugees is a "Christian" way to get praise from the media when he cannot please them on abortion and gay marriage. We now have what must be the most conservative government in all of the EU and sure, the liberals think the world is ending because some law on transsexuals isn't going to get liberalized, but these people have still decided to turn us into Sweden II on refugees.

    You have to watch out for the Ned Flanders-types when it comes to immigration politics.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Priss Factor [AKA "skiapolemistis"] says:

    Henceforth, I demand that all European elites pack their homes with Third World refugees. Pack em tight. And forever.

    PS. I wonder if one reason why Europeans and whites never learn anything from past experience is because they’ve fallen under a consumerist mentality.
    Merkel talks of HOPE. It’s what consumers feel every time they buy new stuff. Even though they buy something and it turns out to be a downer, they keep buying cuz there’s the HOPE that it will THE thing. It’s the way some people get married and divorced and married and divorced. It’s as if the NEW SPOUSE will be the answer, but sooner or later, he or she is also dumped for another.

    Europeans surely have a lot of bad experiences with immigrants and refugees so far. So, you’d think NO MORE. But instead, they think it will be better this time cuz it’s a NEW BATCH.

    It’s like a woman who’s disappointed with clothes/fashion she bought not long ago and keeps getting new ones instead of realizing that all these clothes aint gonna bring her happiness.

    Instead of shedding old immigrants/invaders, Europeans keep dreaming of NEW HOPE with new doses of marauders posing as refugees.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Ed
    One of the wealthiest men in Spain and the most titled aristocrat in Europe has been housing two Syrian refugee families quietly for 18 months.

    I get the anger and don't agree with what Merkel is doing but some people take their Christian duty seriously. Let's be careful here.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3225656/Youngest-son-eccentric-Spanish-aristocrat-throws-open-doors-country-home-two-Syrian-families-fled-war-torn-country.html
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @ben tillman

    I assure you that in the United States Mormons are not “known for shamelessness, opportunism and untrustworthiness.”
     
    Well, in most of America, Mormons don't really have any reputation, but when you do meet them they generally turn out to be pretty ruthless in business.

    The Mormon business mafias outside of Utah in places like Colorado and Arizona that have sizeable Mormon populations that do a lot of business with non-Mormons don’t have the best squeaky clean reputations. Many of them have a reputation for ruthlessness, untrustworthiness, and cliquishness among outsiders that have to deal with them.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonymous
    Have any studies been done on whether women are aroused by images of military-age men acting in concert, especially in conquering new territory (such as is happening in the United States and Europe)?

    One can easily come up with a rudimentary theory from evolutionary psychology predicting such a response. It would also explain my anecdotal observations that women tend to be more sanguine about immigration than men are.

    It also might explain the relative absence of women historically from leadership roles in enduring civilizations.

    >>Have any studies been done on whether women are aroused by images of military-age men acting in concert…..

    Any such studies would be worthless. Psychology is a pseudo-scientific wasteland of fraud.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anon
    The main reason the UN was created was to prevent the type of wars that destroy entire countries and displace millions of people. If liberals are too morally gutless to send in ground troops to sit on everybody and execute the ringleaders on both sides, then they need to seize the complete bank assets of both warring factions in Syria and use the money to pay for the upkeep of the migrants who are burdening Western countries. With the cash gone dry, the warring Syrian factions won't be able to pay for more arms and ammo, and the fighting should peter out. The remaining assets can then be used to send the migrants back to their homeland.

    But liberals will never think of anything that sensible. Liberals are lousy cops.

    Russia is supporting Syria, and it is on the UN Security Council. So the UN can’t do anything.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Clearly an aging rent-boy who clearly recognized a closet case when he saw one.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @CJ
    Rentboy.com was recently raided and shut down by the FBI ...

    Not to go OT but WTF was that all about? There has to be some kind of story behind that.

    Someone who worked there probably tried to blackmail a politician who was already being blackmailed by TPTB.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonymous
    I have no words for these comments. Seriously, people, NOBODY leaves his country, his house and (parts of) his family behind if he doesn't have to. It's ridiculous how many of you seem to believe that refugees come to Germany because we "offer" them shelter. Do you think it's fun to carry your toddler from Syria to Germany - by foot? Do you think it's fun to live in an overcrowded refugee camp with little money and nothing to do? Do you think anybody in his right mind would put his child on a boat, unless the Mediterranean seems safer than Syria? Your lack of empathy is despicable.

    I have no words for these comments. Seriously, people, NOBODY leaves his country, his house and (parts of) his family behind if he doesn’t have to. It’s ridiculous how many of you seem to believe that refugees come to Germany because we “offer” them shelter.

    It’s ridiculous that anyone would think otherwise. As far as I can tell, YOU believe it.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Bleuteaux
    Yes, this drives me crazy. I haven't read many stories on this, but has there been ANY investigative journalism into how these people get to Greece or Hungary in the first place? Sorry, I just don't buy that they're actually all randomly walking 5,000 miles to Germany or some such. And most of the people in these pictures are clean shaven, recent haircuts, comfortable clothes. But they're the wretched refuse that Europe just can't turn away?

    It reeks of a orchestrated effort and funded by some ME billionaires.

    It’s a invasion force. There are far too many young healthy males in the mix. Once established expect bloodshed.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Bill B.
    This from a comment thread in the Financial Times about migrants going to Germany:

    (Note: I never saw readers' comments being this sharp before.)


    Don't be fooled; this is a hijrah, the spreading of the faith through mass emigration. This is exactly how Islam started. In fact, Muslim scholars look at the hijrah from Mecca to Medina as the true beginning of Islam. This is why you don't see any of the leaders of these six Gulf countries -- Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain declaring emergency refugee status to their own Sunni brothern and opening up their own borders to accept them.
    The leaders of these same six Gulf countries would like nothing better than to have crusader blood spilled ridding them of the ISIS threat rather than their own. This is yet another reason why they, themselves, will not offer any of their own religious brothern emergency refugee status to come to their countries. The west is being blackmailed by these Gulf states.
    Ms Merkel should be demanding these Gulf states immediately open their borders and allow their fellow Sunni refugees to enter their countries.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Hepp
    Aren't you a little hard on pretty much some of the only people in northern Europe that are having children? I assure you that in the United States Mormons are not "known for shamelessness, opportunism and untrustworthiness." I doubt the Laestadians are either.

    I assure you that in the United States Mormons are not “known for shamelessness, opportunism and untrustworthiness.”

    Well, in most of America, Mormons don’t really have any reputation, but when you do meet them they generally turn out to be pretty ruthless in business.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    The Mormon business mafias outside of Utah in places like Colorado and Arizona that have sizeable Mormon populations that do a lot of business with non-Mormons don't have the best squeaky clean reputations. Many of them have a reputation for ruthlessness, untrustworthiness, and cliquishness among outsiders that have to deal with them.
    , @Reg Cæsar
    Are these good, or "jack", Mormons?

    Leyland Stevenson, the "star" of the documentary Chickenhawk, started out as a Mormon missionary. I'm inclined to think he was jack.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @snorlax
    But more marginal groups like the Amish, Hasids, polygamous Mormons etc. certainly are.

    But more marginal groups like the Amish, Hasids, polygamous Mormons etc. certainly are.

    The Amish? Not in Lancaster County. Not in the least.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Anon • Disclaimer says:

    The main reason the UN was created was to prevent the type of wars that destroy entire countries and displace millions of people. If liberals are too morally gutless to send in ground troops to sit on everybody and execute the ringleaders on both sides, then they need to seize the complete bank assets of both warring factions in Syria and use the money to pay for the upkeep of the migrants who are burdening Western countries. With the cash gone dry, the warring Syrian factions won’t be able to pay for more arms and ammo, and the fighting should peter out. The remaining assets can then be used to send the migrants back to their homeland.

    But liberals will never think of anything that sensible. Liberals are lousy cops.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Russia is supporting Syria, and it is on the UN Security Council. So the UN can't do anything.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Have any studies been done on whether women are aroused by images of military-age men acting in concert, especially in conquering new territory (such as is happening in the United States and Europe)?

    One can easily come up with a rudimentary theory from evolutionary psychology predicting such a response. It would also explain my anecdotal observations that women tend to be more sanguine about immigration than men are.

    It also might explain the relative absence of women historically from leadership roles in enduring civilizations.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Daniel H
    >>Have any studies been done on whether women are aroused by images of military-age men acting in concert.....

    Any such studies would be worthless. Psychology is a pseudo-scientific wasteland of fraud.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    I have no words for these comments. Seriously, people, NOBODY leaves his country, his house and (parts of) his family behind if he doesn't have to. It's ridiculous how many of you seem to believe that refugees come to Germany because we "offer" them shelter. Do you think it's fun to carry your toddler from Syria to Germany - by foot? Do you think it's fun to live in an overcrowded refugee camp with little money and nothing to do? Do you think anybody in his right mind would put his child on a boat, unless the Mediterranean seems safer than Syria? Your lack of empathy is despicable.

    There are ways to help people without imposing them on other people. Just as there are ways to help the homeless without having them crash at people’s houses forever. There are various other possible ways to help refugees, from buying or leasing or using eminent domain to house and provision for the refugees on unused or little used land, to intervening militarily in Syria to prevent the creation of refugees. Many people would prefer these or other options to having these refugees immigration. However, there is no serious public debate or discussion about this, and European governments are simply trying to allow these refugees to immigrate.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Lagertha
    If only he was Tom of Finland! - but Venice CA, was another planet and a time warp as to what is happening in Europe today. What I could glean from the FB message:

    A bromance kind of guy (Finn) believes another Finn has illegally threatened to kill Fariz, and Fariz answers in a girlfriendly way, way gaydar way, that he is fine...Next, it seems a fellow Jihaddi responds to that threat by that badass Finn to hunt down FARIZ and kill him ( Fariz is definitely low IQ, BTW, duh). But his puppet master (somewhat smarter) is from Central Casting of ISIS:

    Fariz: hahaha - these shitty people (Finns) they're all just talk. They're too afraid to do anything because they realize how crazy (Jihaddies?) we are.

    Abdullah answers: don't worry about these dummies, let them say what they say. So full of shit these people.

    Fariz answers: Yes and I won't.

    Abdullah implores: Let them live in peace, but DO NOT GIVE THE WRONG IMPRESSION of the Finns/Finland (perhaps that the Finns are realizing they gotta get rid of all the Muslim men on their lands like, hello?, pronto)
    __________________________________________
    OK so, it took like an hour to write all this scheisse because I am angry, embarrassed and ready to kill with my bare hands...a true Finn. F!

    After having been there this summer, I did get into some arguments with my connections (some relatives) who are more liberal and live in la-la land. Ever since 9/11 everyone who knows me in Finland, knows that I have always been mistrustful of globalization, and have refrained from discussing diversity, ever since I left to live in the USA (as a child) my cousins remark that I am different - well, major, duh. Plus, I just happened to be connected to NYC & 9/11.

    And, this exchange by a male-body obsessed jihaddi, must have just blew the guts out of the current Finnish Govt. I even tried to get through avenues I know to glean more info on this jerk, but, No; big-time firewall. Finns have finally been taken. Finns were soooo la-di-dah about migrants flooding into the country, that honestly, I didn't know whether it is safe to walk the streets in Helsinki next summer. Migrants were 6 times more than last summer, and, my brother who was in Norway, said it was down-right uncomfortable in Oslo, wondering if you have to be aware of your personal belongings. And, my eldest brother, the most liberal, intellectual, well-traveled, curious, magnanimous and witty man I know was getting paranoid.

    I hate this PM. He is a pansy-assed guy - everyone here gets that. He is from the north and he is like a "born again" Christian since he belongs to a certain sect or a cult with Christian overtones. He is such a dork, but Finland, for whatever reason, has elected a lot of dorks in the last 20 years. The president is not a dork; and "our" party's guy, Alexander Stubb is not a dork, but the PM has more power than the PM in many ways.

    Just so everyone on Steve's club knows, I belong to the Ntl Coalition Party (the only Right Wing one, even if it is watered-down) and, the Swedish Speaking Party. Sipila is part of the abhorrent liberal parties (there are like, 4) that are colossally clueless. Plus, he comes from Oulu (which is like coming from Fargo to be POTUS). The soft bigotry of low expectations indeed!.

    I know the Finnish intelligence and probably CIA are all over this. I just hope the CIA is working overtime...they, at least, do love the Finns, and, the Finns love the USA, always have.

    didn’t correct correctly: President for Pm in last line of paragraph/sentence 10. But, I am still, colossally disappointed that the Finnish government is finally buckling to multiculturalism and that the people are not taking to the streets screaming to ream Sipila and these apparatchiks over the danger of bringing in all these migrant males…NOT Syrian females w/ babies – war refugees. Finns have lost their balls and will lose their way of life if they don’t wake up. They’ve already lost 15,000 of their most educated young people(25-35 year olds)to jobs overseas…tax base is eroding.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anonymous
    I have no words for these comments. Seriously, people, NOBODY leaves his country, his house and (parts of) his family behind if he doesn't have to. It's ridiculous how many of you seem to believe that refugees come to Germany because we "offer" them shelter. Do you think it's fun to carry your toddler from Syria to Germany - by foot? Do you think it's fun to live in an overcrowded refugee camp with little money and nothing to do? Do you think anybody in his right mind would put his child on a boat, unless the Mediterranean seems safer than Syria? Your lack of empathy is despicable.

    Do you think anybody in his right mind would put his child on a boat, unless the Mediterranean seems safer than Syria?

    Just FYI: the vast majority, eg 99+%, are not coming directly from Syria — they’ve been living as “refugees” somewhere, but decided a Nice White Country is preferable. The most famous “refugee” father — the one whose young son drowned — had been living and working in Turkey for 3 years.

    Also, most people accept that the “refugees” will be better off in a Nice White Country — we just wonder if the Nice White Countries will be better off. Or even Nice White Countries in the future.

    Somehow you seemed to find the words — congrats on that.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @M_Young
    "The shooting was one of several violent episodes, including a fatal stabbing, in the hours before the annual West Indian American Day Parade in Brooklyn, a colorful event of flamboyant costumes and dancing that in years past has also been accompanied by bloodshed in the streets near the parade route."

    Ah yes, the West Indian day parade ... here, Knotting Hill, Toronto. Never fails.

    Isn’t the back cover of The Clash album from 1977 of police and thieves battling at a West Indian festival in London … almost 40 years ago?

    The future will be just like the past, only more so.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • WGG [AKA "World\'s Greatest Grandson"] says:
    @Anonymous
    I have no words for these comments. Seriously, people, NOBODY leaves his country, his house and (parts of) his family behind if he doesn't have to. It's ridiculous how many of you seem to believe that refugees come to Germany because we "offer" them shelter. Do you think it's fun to carry your toddler from Syria to Germany - by foot? Do you think it's fun to live in an overcrowded refugee camp with little money and nothing to do? Do you think anybody in his right mind would put his child on a boat, unless the Mediterranean seems safer than Syria? Your lack of empathy is despicable.

    No. Economic parasitism is real. You are projecting your personal feelings of loyalty to your homeland into the minds of others with no justification whatsoever. Your statement is like saying nobody kills unless they have to, or nobody steals unless they are starving. It simply isn’t true. Many people will do myriad ugly things simply for a slight upgrade to their living conditions, whether they were in desperate need or not. And your anger and defensiveness comes from being too cowardly to defend your homeland. Loyalty indeed.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Anonymous Nephew
    Northern Italy - Venice, Treviso, Padova, even Lake Garda - has a visible sub-Saharan African presence that simply didn't exist ten years back. Nearly all young men.

    A guy was going from table to table begging, saying he'd just come from Libya. Didn't seem to be getting much sympathy from the locals.

    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    “Your lack of empathy is despicable.”

    Or maybe it’s your lack of empathy, or blind empathy, or inability to formulate a solution that will end better for everyone that’s despicable. Perhaps you only have selective empathy for some people, you don’t have enough empathy to go around. Or perhaps you are overwhelmed with empathy and cannot think clearly. Or perhaps you think once the pain of the moment is solved the problem will all go away.

    I don’t think the easy way out here is to simply say “yes, we will accept any number of immigrants/refugees”. Like in the US southwest, they will never stop coming if it seems possible. You end up being responsible for many deaths. And some of those most in need are unable to make the trip.

    Do we need to do something to help these people? Yes, absolutely. These things have happened before, they will probably happen again. It would probably be a good start to make conditions in the camps in Turkey, Jordon, wherever, better. (For instance Site Two Refugee Camp: Site Two was closed in mid-1993. So this miserable camp operated for about 20 years after the end of the Vietnam war.) Is it empathetic to favor all those young men in their 20s over all those poor old women in their 50s who are still in the camps and aren’t up for the journey?

    I wasn’t one of those people screaming for Assad to be deposed (not that I think he was a great guy or anything). Of course, these days I wonder if one reason for all that was to disguise the failure of the war in Iraq to put the hurt on ISIS as ISIS took over a good chunk of Syria and Iraq. Assad doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. Even if he does, will things change? Maybe the solution that would do the most good would be for those with real power in the region (I imagine at least the US and Russia) to _really_ get Saudi Arabia, Iran, the Gulf States, and everybody else with anything in the fight (trans-national Islamists) to stop pouring money, arms, and fighters into Syria. Of course, a threat like that with people like that will likely have to be backed up by realistic threat of force… Do you have enough empathy to appreciate that?

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • I actually thought ‘they should let just this one in, he’s quite hot’ and stared at his muscular body for a while, smiling. And then I scroll down and it says “He is a servant of Allah…” and I instantly wanted him to disappear forever.

    This is really troublesome to me. Syrians, Iranians and some other arabs could have become good second-tier euros as european populations dwindle. They have the birth rates. Many of their men (especially the lighter skinned ones) are quite good looking. So are the women (when they aren’t hiding in disgusting burqas). But they are all infected by Islam. You admire their above-s-s-african intelligence and good aesthetics and then they open their mouths to say “Allahu Akbar!” and you can feel your optimism and hope for humanity draining away from your disappointed, sighing body.

    Is there any other population/group that has good aesthetics, at least close-to-100 average IQ, 2.5+ fertility rate that is not infected by Islam? I can only think of the Amish. Maybe Mormons can be included too. I’d add Indian Punjabis but their fertility rate is now close to western euro levels.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Anonymous Nephew
    "Is there any other population/group that has good aesthetics, at least close-to-100 average IQ, 2.5+ fertility rate that is not infected by Islam? "

    The Hasidim?
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • “The shooting was one of several violent episodes, including a fatal stabbing, in the hours before the annual West Indian American Day Parade in Brooklyn, a colorful event of flamboyant costumes and dancing that in years past has also been accompanied by bloodshed in the streets near the parade route.”

    Ah yes, the West Indian day parade … here, Knotting Hill, Toronto. Never fails.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Isn't the back cover of The Clash album from 1977 of police and thieves battling at a West Indian festival in London ... almost 40 years ago?

    http://perso.numericable.fr/joinfil/CD/jaquettes/The%20CLASH.jpg

    The future will be just like the past, only more so.

    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • So man hits middle age, his testosterone drops, and suddenly his sexual interests , ahem…expand?

    Yeah, never happened before.

    Paging Oscar Wilde.

    More seriously, the ancient Greeks observed quite accurately how many middle-aged men suddenly develop a penchant for youthful teen/early 20s boys once the marriage/kids have happened and the bloom of the old man’s own youth is off.

    Of course, the Greeks weren’t crass enough to think the older man was somehow “born gay” but instead merely noted that he liked younger men as much as younger women. So they set up a social system to prevent such disreputable behavior from overwhelming their society—basically, the pairings were allowed, but only under strict rules, and were terminated after a period of time,

    No one is born gay, duh. That’s a political lie the left came up with in the 70s once the idea of “choosing” to be gay merely led observers to the inescapable conclusion that choosing such a lifestyle was very bad for society and for the men involved. So “born gay” was politically selected as a meme.

    It’s best to think of gay proclivities the same way one things about heroin use : some people are more likely to develop it more strongly than others, but anyone’s poor choices and dissolute lifestyle can lead to it. It doesn’t excuse wallowing in it, and it isn’t positive for anyone to choose to partake in the activity.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Anonym
    Except that doesn't really stack up based on what I've seen. The gay guy I know, knew he was homosexual before he was 10. He had kids btw. Homosexual in nature before, during, after marriage. His wife was shaped very boyishly.

    By contrast, it does not require me to expend any effort at all to resist homosexual relationships, porn, whatever. Does not appeal. I can't conceive of any life choice that would lead me in that direction.

    I think some people are probably in the middle somewhere, and for them, some life choices can lead to a homosexual lifestyle.
    , @Anonymous
    "No one is born gay duh."

    That's an absolute lie. I am gay, I have been attracted to men since I was nine. It became undeniable when I was around thirteen-fourteen. I didn't even know of the word 'gay' then. I live in a country where you go to prison for being gay. There's no 'gay propaganda'. A really pretty girl often tried to flirt with me during middle school, but I always turned her down, because I didn't feel anything. I couldn't feel anything even if I wanted to. To think that I was really attracted to girls but turned them down just so I could choose a highly taboo identity which I couldn't even label at the time is ridiculous.

    I have met dozens of gay men since then and all of them knew they were attracted exclusively to men in their teens and pre-teens. Sexuality is highly biological.

    I have seen a lot of right-wingers try to use people of flexible sexuality who switch between dating men and women or whose sexuality is more fluid... as 'proof' that gays 'choose to be gay' (why is never answered). By definition, these people, who exist in very small numbers, are bisexual. If you are attracted to men and women, at the same time or at different times, you are bisexual, not gay. That again, is not a 'choice'! It is my impression that women are more likely to be bisexual than men. Again, this is still a very very small percentage of women.

    The left-wing vehemently argues that biological sex and race are 'social constructs'. Many on the Nrx and alt-right bandwagon similarly cling to notions that sexuality is a social construct. The negrophiles try to use exceptional negroes to somehow 'prove' that we're all equal and just the same, that racial disparities are cultural. Similarly anti-gay people usually love to use exceptional 'gays' (read: bisexuals or sexually confused ppl) to state we're all just the same and culture creates sexual-orientation disparities. Both are wrong.

    Whether homos are 100% born this way or not, I can assure you they don't have a choice. Now bisexuals who are equally attracted to both sexes - they have a choice which attractions to act on. You can tell them to choose the 'right' lifestyle if you wish. But, outside of advanced genetic technology, I don't think you'll be able to make gays 'hetero' or heteros gay by propaganda. I hope such technology will exist by 2100, so people like me don't have to explain all this repeatedly or be executed or imprisoned in most of the world or live fake lives marrying heteros (which I'll never do).

    95%+ people are heterosexual. All the alarm about homosexuality is nonsensical. It's not even hard to imagine how us homos feel. I am guessing you are a man attracted to women, right? Now think about your attraction to women, how natural it feels, that's how you've felt most of your life - that's how lesbians feel. Now imagine yourself kissing, having sex with men. Is that repulsive? Out of the question? That's how lesbians also feel. Easy. A hetero woman can similarly imagine how gay men feel. Don't become antagonized towards gays just because SJWs use their identity for political points. I despise feminism in general but will not allow it turn me antagonistic towards women.

    Sorry for bad English, I'm not a native speaker. I am trying to explain here, that's all, not attacking anyone. Have a good day.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • If only he was Tom of Finland! – but Venice CA, was another planet and a time warp as to what is happening in Europe today. What I could glean from the FB message:

    A bromance kind of guy (Finn) believes another Finn has illegally threatened to kill Fariz, and Fariz answers in a girlfriendly way, way gaydar way, that he is fine…Next, it seems a fellow Jihaddi responds to that threat by that badass Finn to hunt down FARIZ and kill him ( Fariz is definitely low IQ, BTW, duh). But his puppet master (somewhat smarter) is from Central Casting of ISIS:

    Fariz: hahaha – these shitty people (Finns) they’re all just talk. They’re too afraid to do anything because they realize how crazy (Jihaddies?) we are.

    Abdullah answers: don’t worry about these dummies, let them say what they say. So full of shit these people.

    Fariz answers: Yes and I won’t.

    Abdullah implores: Let them live in peace, but DO NOT GIVE THE WRONG IMPRESSION of the Finns/Finland (perhaps that the Finns are realizing they gotta get rid of all the Muslim men on their lands like, hello?, pronto)
    __________________________________________
    OK so, it took like an hour to write all this scheisse because I am angry, embarrassed and ready to kill with my bare hands…a true Finn. F!

    After having been there this summer, I did get into some arguments with my connections (some relatives) who are more liberal and live in la-la land. Ever since 9/11 everyone who knows me in Finland, knows that I have always been mistrustful of globalization, and have refrained from discussing diversity, ever since I left to live in the USA (as a child) my cousins remark that I am different – well, major, duh. Plus, I just happened to be connected to NYC & 9/11.

    And, this exchange by a male-body obsessed jihaddi, must have just blew the guts out of the current Finnish Govt. I even tried to get through avenues I know to glean more info on this jerk, but, No; big-time firewall. Finns have finally been taken. Finns were soooo la-di-dah about migrants flooding into the country, that honestly, I didn’t know whether it is safe to walk the streets in Helsinki next summer. Migrants were 6 times more than last summer, and, my brother who was in Norway, said it was down-right uncomfortable in Oslo, wondering if you have to be aware of your personal belongings. And, my eldest brother, the most liberal, intellectual, well-traveled, curious, magnanimous and witty man I know was getting paranoid.

    I hate this PM. He is a pansy-assed guy – everyone here gets that. He is from the north and he is like a “born again” Christian since he belongs to a certain sect or a cult with Christian overtones. He is such a dork, but Finland, for whatever reason, has elected a lot of dorks in the last 20 years. The president is not a dork; and “our” party’s guy, Alexander Stubb is not a dork, but the PM has more power than the PM in many ways.

    Just so everyone on Steve’s club knows, I belong to the Ntl Coalition Party (the only Right Wing one, even if it is watered-down) and, the Swedish Speaking Party. Sipila is part of the abhorrent liberal parties (there are like, 4) that are colossally clueless. Plus, he comes from Oulu (which is like coming from Fargo to be POTUS). The soft bigotry of low expectations indeed!.

    I know the Finnish intelligence and probably CIA are all over this. I just hope the CIA is working overtime…they, at least, do love the Finns, and, the Finns love the USA, always have.

    Read More
    • Replies: @Lagertha
    didn't correct correctly: President for Pm in last line of paragraph/sentence 10. But, I am still, colossally disappointed that the Finnish government is finally buckling to multiculturalism and that the people are not taking to the streets screaming to ream Sipila and these apparatchiks over the danger of bringing in all these migrant males...NOT Syrian females w/ babies - war refugees. Finns have lost their balls and will lose their way of life if they don't wake up. They've already lost 15,000 of their most educated young people(25-35 year olds)to jobs overseas...tax base is eroding.
    , @Esso

    and “our” party’s guy, Alexander Stubb is not a dork
     
    Ok, so you don't actually know anything about Finland.

    Perhaps you were visiting St. Petersburg? Or you are writing from there?
    , @Reg Cæsar
    Perkele! I was going to bring up Tom. Oh, well, at least I can link to Chickenhawk, which is even nastier. Tom, for all his faults, stuck to men.

    He also hated the Nazis, but said they had the sexiest uniforms.

    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @anonymous
    He's just the sort of young man Assad needs in his military to defeat ISIS. He should be sent to Syria for induction where he could fight for his country against the terrorists. As it is he'll probably lead a dissolute life, working as a bouncer at strip clubs.

    One of his photos shows him with an assault rifle and a walkie talkie, wearing a helmet…

    I think he’s already battle hardened.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Hepp
    Aren't you a little hard on pretty much some of the only people in northern Europe that are having children? I assure you that in the United States Mormons are not "known for shamelessness, opportunism and untrustworthiness." I doubt the Laestadians are either.

    But more marginal groups like the Amish, Hasids, polygamous Mormons etc. certainly are.

    Read More
    • Replies: @ben tillman

    But more marginal groups like the Amish, Hasids, polygamous Mormons etc. certainly are.
     
    The Amish? Not in Lancaster County. Not in the least.
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.
  • @Anon7
    PBS now reports that the White House is considering many options including accepting MANY more Syrian refugees. Germany is taking 1% of its population, so if we match that it's 3.5 million.

    More votes for the Donald if Obama does that.

    Read More
    ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc.