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  • @Steve Sailer
    You should add Ann Coulter to the Basketeers.

    Who’s the leader of the club
    That’s made for you and me?

    (MAGA!)

    D-O-N

    A-L-D

    T-R-U-M-P!

    I had a lot of verses last night, but right now I’m earwormed with Steve ‘n’ Seagulls inimitable Finngrass.

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  • Someone else on reddit came up with a different version of the Deplorables meme (sans Sailer), which went to the front page and was retweeted by one of Trump’s sons. Hillary’s team has attacked Pepe the so-called Nazi frog.

    https://www.hillaryclinton.com/feed/donald-trump-pepe-the-frog-and-white-supremacists-an-explainer/

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  • NBC News is saying The Deplorables image is racist because it features Pepe.

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  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    I don't know much about those men. From my perspective, the Alt Right leaders are:

    Ricky Vaughn
    Heartiste
    Steve Sailer
    Ramzpaul
    Porter, of the Kakistocracy blog
    I'd include Brimelow here for Vdare twitter account

    I should add that I’ve read MacDonald, found some of his work quite illuminating, and believe he has probably had a significant and clarifying influence on the Alt Right’s understanding of politics.

    No disrespect to him. He just doesn’t seem to be “leading” the charge nowadays. I could be bring. An important thinker and commentator nonetheless.

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  • @Atomic_Pope
    Kevin MacDonald
    Jared Taylor
    Richard Spencer
    Lawrence Murray
    Peter Brimlow
    Walt Bismark

    ^^They are the Alt Right leaders. Not a gay Jew, Julian Assange or random Mulatto Sheriff.

    I don’t know much about those men. From my perspective, the Alt Right leaders are:

    Ricky Vaughn
    Heartiste
    Steve Sailer
    Ramzpaul
    Porter, of the Kakistocracy blog
    I’d include Brimelow here for Vdare twitter account

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    I should add that I've read MacDonald, found some of his work quite illuminating, and believe he has probably had a significant and clarifying influence on the Alt Right's understanding of politics.

    No disrespect to him. He just doesn't seem to be "leading" the charge nowadays. I could be bring. An important thinker and commentator nonetheless.
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  • Kevin MacDonald
    Jared Taylor
    Richard Spencer
    Lawrence Murray
    Peter Brimlow
    Walt Bismark

    ^^They are the Alt Right leaders. Not a gay Jew, Julian Assange or random Mulatto Sheriff.

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    • Replies: @Anonymous
    I don't know much about those men. From my perspective, the Alt Right leaders are:

    Ricky Vaughn
    Heartiste
    Steve Sailer
    Ramzpaul
    Porter, of the Kakistocracy blog
    I'd include Brimelow here for Vdare twitter account
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  • @Stephen R. Diamond
    You should be exultant, Trumpistas. Hillary's gaffe was an enormous piece of stupidity.

    But why do you follow the msm in focusing on deplorable. The key to why Hillary might go down with this election-losing comment is irredeemable. It's highly politically incorrect in America to say anyone is beyond redemption. [The doctrine of universal redeemability even got the serial liar Stephen R. Glass an initial pass by the Cal. State Bar - http://kanbaroo.blogspot.com/2011/12/93rd-installment-now-its-judge-honns.html]

    Because “deplorable” is for all White folks. It takes a lifetime of effort and special achievement, like landing a spacecraft on an asteroid or getting a quantum computer to work, to merit Irredeemable.

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  • @Marcus
    Someone should make a Les Deplorables Photoshop now.

    We need an Elvira-Gulch-peddling-bicycle meme, with Hellary’s face photoshopped over.
    The basket on her bike should have Deplorables on it in fancy script, and lots of cute puppies, Toto, Golden retrievers, etc., wearing MAGA hats jumping out.

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  • @Anonymous
    Well put. The alt-right has issues with its spokespersons and unifying issues, a point well illustrated by Steve in his recent 'Alt-rock = Alt-right' post. The popularization of the term, and it coalescing around certain people, brings its own liabilities.

    Describing yourself as "alt-right" lumps you under a policy and personality tent that has an ugliness to it, an ugliness that extends beyond the unwelcome utterance of hate facts and hate truths. I'm a big fan of Steve and greatly appreciate his work, but when I look at the second "Deplorables" poster submitted in Comment 57, I can't help but feel a bit sad that some of these other characters represent a core part of the opposition to the other side's lunacy. There's an element of Horse Shoe Theory on display that conjures a longing for for simpler times.

    War is ugly and all that, but the notion of winning should not be.

    Describing yourself as “alt-right” lumps you under a policy and personality tent that has an ugliness to it, an ugliness that extends beyond the unwelcome utterance of hate facts and hate truths.

    That’s great! Trump was called Hitler, racist, bigot, etc., long before Clinton or the Establishment ever heard of alt-right. If alt-right didn’t exist YOU would be the alt-right if you vote for Trump. Alt-right takes the pressure off people like you. You can say, You think I’m bad well look at those guys! Jackboots, ovens, lynchings, blond-blue-eyed Nazis marching out of cornfields. Oh, the horror, the horror. Nice little Section 8 you got there. We’d like to keep it but . . .

    It’s called finesse, Anon. Finesse. You’re not dealing with the Marquess of Queensberry. You’re dealing with dogs from hell who want to throw you out of your home and job, if not kill you outright.

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  • Pretty much the ’68 Democratic Radicals strategy: Disparage, deprecate, denigrate the Deplorables!

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  • @The most deplorable one
    https://twitter.com/hgfrog/status/774540891247742976

    Nice work. I’m going to assume you left out the brilliant, punk as [email protected], proprietor of the worlds most visited alt-right website out of respect for Steve’s subtle but firmly enforced sense of decorum.

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  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    We need to be smarter. We are getting sucked into the trap of restricting the movement, by having it presented as having leaders and goals that only a tiny, tiny minority can support. If that association is successful, the Alt Right will be aborted as a viable political party, and as a viable member of a political coalition.

    Spencer really needs to take a back seat. Taylor should pursue his genetics and microbiome interests on his own time.

    Yeah, some of the leading elements in the movement are clearly overly giddy about their moments in the sun. It’s understandable, as some (our gracious host especially) have spent considerable time and extolled considerable effort with little of the recognition that they deserve, but some are wearing this newfound attention better than others.

    I don’t think that Spencer is lacking for book smarts, but there is something perceivably off about him. He seems largely divorced from practicality, in love with his own overly philosophical musings and emerging celebrity, and unfit to lead much of anything. Yes Richard, please do go on about the Utopian white ethnostate. A heady defense of the concept is sure to be a winner.

    I remember seeing his Hitlerian aesthetic in a video from one of the AmRen conferences and just feeling embarrassed. Every smart and otherwise worthwhile thing to come out of his mouth was fatefully tied to the fact that it was coming from a boyish man cosplaying as the one leader who is sure to immediately turnoff 99% of the populace. Trolling lefties can be fun, and poking some holes in the tendency to shriek at the slightest hint of dissent as resurgent Nazi-ism has value, but there’s something else at play here and I have a hard time seeing how it works out for our betterment in the end. Hitler is a losing issue. Every time.

    Jared Taylor has done some good work, and accomplished a great deal by maintaining an organization to bring together and discuss topics too horrible for polite society, but for all his intellect and eloquence, he still often falls into the trap of being what the proponents of diversity, anti-white sentiment, and unlimited immigration have been scaremongering about for decades. He’s a smart guy who is working with a righteous cause, but the stuffy WASP who looks down his nose as he rattles off crime statistics, discusses genetic differences, and defends Hhhuwhite Identity might not be the best figurehead for broader opposition to mass immigration and The Cult of PC. I say this as someone who has enjoyed plenty of his videos and thinks that he actually comes off alright in some of his public forum speeches and Q&A segments.

    Many of the worst elements of the emergent alt-right leadership have the lucky curse of being independently wealthy through large inheritances or alimony payments. This has enabled them to be outspoken on issues that can otherwise destroy a person in these times, and we do owe some of them some gratitude, but it’s clear that the alt-right is already a fractious concept that will struggle to hold together in the coming years, and that some of the prominent figures will do more harm than good when it comes championing the important issues of our time. Some of these “Deplorables” are sorely out of touch, and you can only win so long with caricatures (see: the progression of the GOP candidate’s campaign, or most any primary-to-general-election cycle for that matter). Here’s a question that hasn’t gotten much thought: What does the alt-right look like under a Trump presidency?

    Hopefully the current batch of alt-right leaders will pave the way for a new wave that’s better equipped to champion the causes that will shape the country. For now, I have to admit that much of the criticism directed at the anti-establishment push possesses large elements of truth, which is a real shame as the issues at hand are incredibly important.

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  • @Bernardista
    It's not a band, it's a 2016 nursery rhyme:

    A tisket , A tasket,
    A Green and Yellow Basket of Deplorables!

    Nice!

    Isn’t it difficult to determine exactly when things went pear shaped, though? I mean, she’s shot herself in the foot so many times it’s no wonder she has difficulty climbing stairs.

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  • CK–I ain’t part of anyone’s “we”.

    Fourth: “So, it’s too late to worry about Spencer and Taylor.” –I’m not “worried” per se, but it’s certainly not too late. Charles Murray has a hit page at the SPLC; he’s still not associated with the alt right.

    BTW, all these people presuming to lecture me on what it means to be someone like me: I’ve remained largely anonymous despite a growing (but still small) twitter presence. I’m followed by a fair number of media folk and policy wonks. Go find a grandma and teach her eggsucking.

    One of the anonymii: As I wrote here, there are three regions of distinct thought. The official representatives of the alt right (Taylor, Spence) are in one. I *think* the idiots doing Pepe and the Nazi stuff is the second–that is, they’re just unhappy and enjoy engaging in stupid things. People like me (and Steve) in the third region will have to wait it out and see how this all plays. TA Frank’s excellent article also goes through those regions.

    I write about how the facts play out in education. I rarely talk about political objectives per se. But to the extent I have them, they don’t involve ethno segregation and Nazi memes.

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  • Milo should be purged in favor of Kevin MacDonald due to the fact that Milo has non-deplorable qualities like being gay and Jewish. MacDonald, however, has no redeeming qualities. Also, Pepe should be placed immediately to the left of Mr. Trump.

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  • @Mr. Anon
    My understanding was that the regular, peace-time british army that went into combat in Flanders in 1914 suffered horrific casualties. The british army continued to suffer high casualties throughout the war - 20,000 on the first day of the Somme offensive alone. True, the german empire suffered more casualties, of course they were fighting three major powers on two fronts. The Kaiser died in his sleep in 1940.

    I believe my original point stands: the Kaiser fared better out of WWI than did those doughty tommies whose lives their own generals so callously squandered.

    Yes, leaders do tend to live longer than the cannon fodder. Funny how that works.

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  • @Bernardista
    It's not a band, it's a 2016 nursery rhyme:

    A tisket , A tasket,
    A Green and Yellow Basket of Deplorables!

    “A tisket, a tasket” is getting a LOT of play.  I’ve seen a bunch of Hil-mockery on that theme.  The Website link on this comment is to the first of mine.

    When the insider accounts of Hil’s campaign are written, I suspect this is going to be recognized as the point where everyone saw it go from bad to hopeless.

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  • @Verymuchalive
    Are We Not Men. No, We Are Deplo

    Probably better on one of your punk rock reminiscence postings, Mr Steve, but I couldn't resist.

    “Probably better on one of your punk rock reminiscence postings …”

    Devo was actually more New Wave or Synth-Pop.

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  • @Eric Novak
    Xhamster has a whole section of cuckold videos submitted by "Tiny Duck". Tiny Duck's trolling of ISteve is just a real-life extension of his role fulfillment as a cuck.

    iSteve and xHamster…

    now there’s some interesting intersectionality!

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  • @Steve Sailer
    "Steve, you yourself were calling parts of the Alt-Right “Deplorable” in this very blog, just a few days ago."

    So Hillary reads iSteve?

    I honestly think she or someone on her staff might. Just yesterday I suggested on Steve’s Twitter that her big mistake was using the “half” proportion in her statement about deplorables and that’s exactly what she said today.

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  • @Tiny Duck
    You know, the first thing were going to do when Mrs. Clinton wins is find ways to band you racists from society.

    How does it feel? Knowing your daughters will be the child bearers of Men of a Color and your sons will be servants?

    Look of Jrue Holiday

    Xhamster has a whole section of cuckold videos submitted by “Tiny Duck”. Tiny Duck’s trolling of ISteve is just a real-life extension of his role fulfillment as a cuck.

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    iSteve and xHamster...

    now there's some interesting intersectionality!
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  • It’s not a band, it’s a 2016 nursery rhyme:

    A tisket , A tasket,
    A Green and Yellow Basket of Deplorables!

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    "A tisket, a tasket" is getting a LOT of play.  I've seen a bunch of Hil-mockery on that theme.  The Website link on this comment is to the first of mine.

    When the insider accounts of Hil's campaign are written, I suspect this is going to be recognized as the point where everyone saw it go from bad to hopeless.
    , @Bernardista
    Nice!

    Isn't it difficult to determine exactly when things went pear shaped, though? I mean, she's shot herself in the foot so many times it's no wonder she has difficulty climbing stairs.
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  • @Jonathan Mason
    Basket of deplorables is a very odd phrase, and one suspects it must have been fed to her by one of her speechwriters.

    It is unusual to see deplorable used as a noun, but there might be some correlation with Les Miserables and in fact the word déplorable is probably more common in French than in English. In Spanish it translates as canasta de deplorables, but I have never heard the expression used in Spanish. However, one gets the feeling that this must be a translation from another language.

    Basket of deplorables is a very odd phrase, and one suspects it must have been fed to her by one of her speechwriters.

    There’s no instance of it in Google Ngram, and I suspect some speechwriter was trying a bit too hard to coin a memorable phrase.

    It’s a bit off though. A hint of the Marxian ‘dustbin of history’ but also very classist and aristocratic. And it is not quite grammatical and sounds a bit awkward—I think it will vanish without a trace.

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  • @Anonymous
    Reposting:

    Steve Bannon, David Clarke, Bruce Willis, Steve Sailer, Chuck Norris, Donald Trump, Nigel Farage, Mike Pence, Milo Yiannopoulos, Rare Tactical Pepe, Julian Assange.

    Bannon from Breitbart, Sheriff David Clarke is the Milwaukee Sheriff that Trump has had on stage with him and was a big deal during the Milwaukee riots. I included him because he resembles the black guy (Terry Crews?) I posted him over. I was going for funny and some credit where it's due. And, I wanted to get it done quick.

    With most of them I got the stoniest killer pics I could find. And with Steve, I did the best with the limited amount of pics available!

    BTW Thanks Steve for posting this, glad you liked!

    Bravo! add Ann C. for diversity’s sake…and, well, she looks the part for Hollywood. Hot blondes are still hot blondes after the election.

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  • @Pat Casey
    Steve, this is a prayer for you. I'm praying that you not get carried away with the punk-rock conception of this thing people look to you to lead, in your own clever way of leading. A long time ago you said to me to the effect that, unlike Shaw, Chesterton used his talents for good. And that felt good to hear at the time, like it was a reminder to me to remember what being good means. Look my man, I know this stuff is real, I already told my tale next door about the grim reaper. Words Matter. They can become incantations unwittingly--- with some. What I didn't say then, when I told about when I summoned that apparition, is exactly how sublime that thing appeared to me when it did. My initial response, if you can call it that, was: of course I want that thing on my side. Thank God for the sacrament of confession and all the Irish priests is all I can say. Point: Don't revel too much in being a deplorable man to anybody. I mean, don't let the famous Steve Sailer Sarcasm get the best of you, your soul. That's my prayer for you.

    Tomorrow's a big terrible day of an anniversary. And I'm still daring to hope. We need a good speech out of our candidate. I suspect that would best be proceeded by good thoughts from a talented ghost writer of writer.

    I’ll admit, I’m curious. You summoned what apparition?

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  • @Jonathan Mason
    Basket of deplorables is a very odd phrase, and one suspects it must have been fed to her by one of her speechwriters.

    It is unusual to see deplorable used as a noun, but there might be some correlation with Les Miserables and in fact the word déplorable is probably more common in French than in English. In Spanish it translates as canasta de deplorables, but I have never heard the expression used in Spanish. However, one gets the feeling that this must be a translation from another language.

    “Basket of deplorables is a very odd phrase, and one suspects it must have been fed to her by one of her speechwriters.”

    Perhaps through that ear-piece she’s been seen wearing.

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  • You should be exultant, Trumpistas. Hillary’s gaffe was an enormous piece of stupidity.

    But why do you follow the msm in focusing on deplorable. The key to why Hillary might go down with this election-losing comment is irredeemable. It’s highly politically incorrect in America to say anyone is beyond redemption. [The doctrine of universal redeemability even got the serial liar Stephen R. Glass an initial pass by the Cal. State Bar – http://kanbaroo.blogspot.com/2011/12/93rd-installment-now-its-judge-honns.html

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  • The most deplorable one [AKA "The Fourth Political Theory"] says:

    The Dependsables?

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  • Last year Warner Bros Animation released 26 new Bugs Bunny shorts that were basically faithful to the original and as well made, (at least the first two of the season that I watched.)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wabbit_%28TV_series%29

    My favorite cartoon when I was about 8 was this obscure Japanese cartoon from 1983 about a Spanish boy’s adventures in the New World in the 1530′s. I had to wake up early to watch, it aired weekday mornings on Nickelodeon at 5:30am. It was really that good! Action and adventure in every episode, a young protagonist, and quasi-historical. We won’t see another cartoon like this going forward with Spanish explorer heroes.

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

    Here’s a random episode plot:

    Mendoza uses his skills as an expert navigator to pilot the Esperanza through the treacherous Straits of Magellan, during which Esteban overhears a plot by Gaspard and Gomez to dispose of Mendoza once they’ve cleared the straits. Once the ship is through to the Pacific Ocean, Gaspard challenges Mendoza to a duel, but the ship suddenly encounters a typhoon and Captain Perez pleads for Mendoza to save the ship.

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  • Basket of deplorables is a very odd phrase, and one suspects it must have been fed to her by one of her speechwriters.

    It is unusual to see deplorable used as a noun, but there might be some correlation with Les Miserables and in fact the word déplorable is probably more common in French than in English. In Spanish it translates as canasta de deplorables, but I have never heard the expression used in Spanish. However, one gets the feeling that this must be a translation from another language.

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    "Basket of deplorables is a very odd phrase, and one suspects it must have been fed to her by one of her speechwriters."

    Perhaps through that ear-piece she's been seen wearing.
    , @PiltdownMan

    Basket of deplorables is a very odd phrase, and one suspects it must have been fed to her by one of her speechwriters.
     
    There's no instance of it in Google Ngram, and I suspect some speechwriter was trying a bit too hard to coin a memorable phrase.

    It's a bit off though. A hint of the Marxian 'dustbin of history' but also very classist and aristocratic. And it is not quite grammatical and sounds a bit awkward—I think it will vanish without a trace.

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  • Three words that decide elections:

    “Read my lips”

    “Forty seven percent”

    “Basket of deplorables”

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  • @Broski
    I like Pepe. It's funny that the left has to discuss Pepe as a dangerous new right wing symbol.

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  • @Whiskey
    The professionals in the BEF were mostly wiped out, almost to a man, in Belgium. However, the stopped the Germans long enough, that the French were able to rally, and prevent the Von Schlieffen Plan from working out. The Germans under Von Moltke were not able to swing around and envelop the French forces, and the use of Paris taxis to ferry troops to the front created the Miracle on the Marne.

    Of course, as a result it took about three years plus for the British to rebuild their professional army, so they could do things like coordinate artillery with advancing forces, move guns up silently in the night, zero the guns back from the front, things they were not able to do from say, October 1914 up through late 1916. By 1917 however they were no longer putting men in packed amounts in the front trenches, had defense in depth, etc.

    The Canadians were the ones who came up with advances in sound ranging and spot flashing, counter battery fire techniques that enabled allied advances.

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  • Richard Spencer is being very selfish by trying to share in the limelight of a nationalist uprising.

    And very short-sighted with respect to his own interests.

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  • @Flip
    1941 actually.

    And the war never got to German soil. They should have kept fighting but Ludendorff chickened out.

    Keep fighting? Don’t fall for that bs. At least they had enough freikorps left to beat back the spartacists.

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  • @Buffalo Joe
    Facts, Well said, "Despicables", with Daffy's lisp would have been better.

    Reminded me of this one:

    Porky Pig: You web-footed, n-n-no good, two-timing, d-d-double-crossing, d-d-double-dealing, unsanitary old snake in the grass!

    Daffy Duck: Unsanitary?!

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  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    Well put. The alt-right has issues with its spokespersons and unifying issues, a point well illustrated by Steve in his recent 'Alt-rock = Alt-right' post. The popularization of the term, and it coalescing around certain people, brings its own liabilities.

    Describing yourself as "alt-right" lumps you under a policy and personality tent that has an ugliness to it, an ugliness that extends beyond the unwelcome utterance of hate facts and hate truths. I'm a big fan of Steve and greatly appreciate his work, but when I look at the second "Deplorables" poster submitted in Comment 57, I can't help but feel a bit sad that some of these other characters represent a core part of the opposition to the other side's lunacy. There's an element of Horse Shoe Theory on display that conjures a longing for for simpler times.

    War is ugly and all that, but the notion of winning should not be.

    We need to be smarter. We are getting sucked into the trap of restricting the movement, by having it presented as having leaders and goals that only a tiny, tiny minority can support. If that association is successful, the Alt Right will be aborted as a viable political party, and as a viable member of a political coalition.

    Spencer really needs to take a back seat. Taylor should pursue his genetics and microbiome interests on his own time.

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    Yeah, some of the leading elements in the movement are clearly overly giddy about their moments in the sun. It's understandable, as some (our gracious host especially) have spent considerable time and extolled considerable effort with little of the recognition that they deserve, but some are wearing this newfound attention better than others.

    I don't think that Spencer is lacking for book smarts, but there is something perceivably off about him. He seems largely divorced from practicality, in love with his own overly philosophical musings and emerging celebrity, and unfit to lead much of anything. Yes Richard, please do go on about the Utopian white ethnostate. A heady defense of the concept is sure to be a winner.

    I remember seeing his Hitlerian aesthetic in a video from one of the AmRen conferences and just feeling embarrassed. Every smart and otherwise worthwhile thing to come out of his mouth was fatefully tied to the fact that it was coming from a boyish man cosplaying as the one leader who is sure to immediately turnoff 99% of the populace. Trolling lefties can be fun, and poking some holes in the tendency to shriek at the slightest hint of dissent as resurgent Nazi-ism has value, but there's something else at play here and I have a hard time seeing how it works out for our betterment in the end. Hitler is a losing issue. Every time.

    Jared Taylor has done some good work, and accomplished a great deal by maintaining an organization to bring together and discuss topics too horrible for polite society, but for all his intellect and eloquence, he still often falls into the trap of being what the proponents of diversity, anti-white sentiment, and unlimited immigration have been scaremongering about for decades. He's a smart guy who is working with a righteous cause, but the stuffy WASP who looks down his nose as he rattles off crime statistics, discusses genetic differences, and defends Hhhuwhite Identity might not be the best figurehead for broader opposition to mass immigration and The Cult of PC. I say this as someone who has enjoyed plenty of his videos and thinks that he actually comes off alright in some of his public forum speeches and Q&A segments.

    Many of the worst elements of the emergent alt-right leadership have the lucky curse of being independently wealthy through large inheritances or alimony payments. This has enabled them to be outspoken on issues that can otherwise destroy a person in these times, and we do owe some of them some gratitude, but it's clear that the alt-right is already a fractious concept that will struggle to hold together in the coming years, and that some of the prominent figures will do more harm than good when it comes championing the important issues of our time. Some of these "Deplorables" are sorely out of touch, and you can only win so long with caricatures (see: the progression of the GOP candidate's campaign, or most any primary-to-general-election cycle for that matter). Here's a question that hasn't gotten much thought: What does the alt-right look like under a Trump presidency?

    Hopefully the current batch of alt-right leaders will pave the way for a new wave that's better equipped to champion the causes that will shape the country. For now, I have to admit that much of the criticism directed at the anti-establishment push possesses large elements of truth, which is a real shame as the issues at hand are incredibly important.

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  • By 1917 however they were no longer putting men in packed amounts in the front trenches, had defense in depth*, etc.

    And by April 1918 the BEF was retreating, as Kaiser Bill’s army was less than fifty miles from Paris.

    The AEF averted British and French defeat in 1918.

    * Defense in depth? No.

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    My understanding was that the regular, peace-time british army that went into combat in Flanders in 1914 suffered horrific casualties. The british army continued to suffer high casualties throughout the war - 20,000 on the first day of the Somme offensive alone. True, the german empire suffered more casualties, of course they were fighting three major powers on two fronts. The Kaiser died in his sleep in 1940.

    I believe my original point stands: the Kaiser fared better out of WWI than did those doughty tommies whose lives their own generals so callously squandered.

    1941 actually.

    And the war never got to German soil. They should have kept fighting but Ludendorff chickened out.

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  • @education realist
    I like the variety, although I'd have left off Pepe and Milo in favor of Coulter and Mickey Kaus.

    Because the thing that gets me nervous about all this celebration is that "alt-right", which is now pretty much hardwired to Taylor and Spencer, who have political objectives and opinions that are way out there on the fringe. Milo and Pepe are linked with the Nazi imagery and the annoying Twitter behavior, whether or not they sign on to Taylor and Spencer objectives.

    I'm not particularly fussed by either Spencer or Taylor, but I don't want to have all people who talk about HBD constantly fighting off their association. The only political objective I personally agree with them on is immigration, and for very different reasons.

    If you’re going to replace Pepe, who a bunch of shitposters reclaimed from the dregs of Facebook, have him replaced with the Serb.

    After all, the Serb’s eternal purpose in life is to remove kebab – that is to say, ethnically cleanse all lands of any and all Muslims. In his pursuit of removing kebab, he does great and wondrous things, like shooting down stealth fighters with fifty year-old artillery.
    (Just in case you don’t realize, he too is a meme. Go look “remove kebab” up if you don’t believe me.)

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  • The professionals in the BEF were mostly wiped out, almost to a man, in Belgium. However, the stopped the Germans long enough, that the French were able to rally, and prevent the Von Schlieffen Plan from working out. The Germans under Von Moltke were not able to swing around and envelop the French forces, and the use of Paris taxis to ferry troops to the front created the Miracle on the Marne.

    Of course, as a result it took about three years plus for the British to rebuild their professional army, so they could do things like coordinate artillery with advancing forces, move guns up silently in the night, zero the guns back from the front, things they were not able to do from say, October 1914 up through late 1916. By 1917 however they were no longer putting men in packed amounts in the front trenches, had defense in depth, etc.

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    The Canadians were the ones who came up with advances in sound ranging and spot flashing, counter battery fire techniques that enabled allied advances.
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  • Steve, this is a prayer for you. I’m praying that you not get carried away with the punk-rock conception of this thing people look to you to lead, in your own clever way of leading. A long time ago you said to me to the effect that, unlike Shaw, Chesterton used his talents for good. And that felt good to hear at the time, like it was a reminder to me to remember what being good means. Look my man, I know this stuff is real, I already told my tale next door about the grim reaper. Words Matter. They can become incantations unwittingly— with some. What I didn’t say then, when I told about when I summoned that apparition, is exactly how sublime that thing appeared to me when it did. My initial response, if you can call it that, was: of course I want that thing on my side. Thank God for the sacrament of confession and all the Irish priests is all I can say. Point: Don’t revel too much in being a deplorable man to anybody. I mean, don’t let the famous Steve Sailer Sarcasm get the best of you, your soul. That’s my prayer for you.

    Tomorrow’s a big terrible day of an anniversary. And I’m still daring to hope. We need a good speech out of our candidate. I suspect that would best be proceeded by good thoughts from a talented ghost writer of writer.

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    I'll admit, I'm curious. You summoned what apparition?
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  • Someone should make a Les Deplorables Photoshop now.

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    We need an Elvira-Gulch-peddling-bicycle meme, with Hellary's face photoshopped over.
    The basket on her bike should have Deplorables on it in fancy script, and lots of cute puppies, Toto, Golden retrievers, etc., wearing MAGA hats jumping out.
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  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @education realist
    I like the variety, although I'd have left off Pepe and Milo in favor of Coulter and Mickey Kaus.

    Because the thing that gets me nervous about all this celebration is that "alt-right", which is now pretty much hardwired to Taylor and Spencer, who have political objectives and opinions that are way out there on the fringe. Milo and Pepe are linked with the Nazi imagery and the annoying Twitter behavior, whether or not they sign on to Taylor and Spencer objectives.

    I'm not particularly fussed by either Spencer or Taylor, but I don't want to have all people who talk about HBD constantly fighting off their association. The only political objective I personally agree with them on is immigration, and for very different reasons.

    Neither of those chaps should be claiming to lead the Alt Right, especially Spencer. Spencer, frankly, really should take a seat rather than to be exploiting publicity around this political movement

    This movement seeks to restore the sovereignty of the people who are legal citizens of this territory through: strict limits on immigration; an end to military interventions abroad on behalf of other nations; some trade protectionism; and the expulsion of a globalist leader clique and replacement by nationalist Americans.

    If we accomplish these things, non-Whites citizens will remain citizens, of course, but there will happen to be a White majority. That should be enough for the Spencer and other White nationalists.

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  • @unit472
    With apologies to Nat King Cole


    Just Deplorable
    That's what you are
    Just Deplorable
    You make me sick
    Like the hacking cough that bothers me
    You're always there to anger me
    As I spoke before then coughed some more
    Just Deplorable in every way
    And Furthermore I have to say
    You are so reprehensible
    My speech becomes incomprehensible
    Hope it is quite forgettable too

    Unit, Quick copyright this or you will be hearing it, without credit to you, this on Rush’s show.

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  • @FactsAreImportant
    What an odd choice of words.

    Why a basket? Baskets are homey and comfy and wholesome and picnicy.

    And "deplorable" is such a schoolmarmy word.

    "Basket of deplorables" makes the target group sound like a bunch of naughty kittens.

    These are the images I get when I hear "basket of deplorables":

    http://imgc.allpostersimages.com/images/P-488-488-90/83/8301/4JXI300Z/posters/three-kittens-and-a-puppy-in-a-basket.jpg

    http://d3adcc0j1hezoq.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/kittens-in-a-basket.jpg

    Facts, Well said, “Despicables”, with Daffy’s lisp would have been better.

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    Reminded me of this one:

    Porky Pig: You web-footed, n-n-no good, two-timing, d-d-double-crossing, d-d-double-dealing, unsanitary old snake in the grass!

    Daffy Duck: Unsanitary?!
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  • @Jean Cocteausten
    "Basket of deplorables" was no doubt developed for her by her persuasion expert. He's the guy who gave her "dark" and passed it around to the media so that they wouldn't have to think of their own words.

    You might call it the Marginalizing the Mainstream strategy. It's like when a conservative party wins an election in Europe but everyone still calls them "far right." By definition the winning party cannot be "far".

    You are right on target about this one. Vague and unusual. Though I am not sure how it is supposed to play. Perhaps to make a voter rethink his vot

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  • This odd phrasing and tempo was obviously her writers’ effort to bring to mind the phrase “parade of horribles,” thereby privileging her enlightened donors/supplicants to share the allusion.

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  • @Wilkey
    “As I recall, the Kaiser referred to the BEF in 1914 as a “contemptible little army.” How did that work out for him?”

    Better than it did for the BEF, who were mostly slaughtered.

    Not sure about the totals for the BEF specifically, but UK military deaths overall were about half those of Germany, both in absolute numbers and as a share of their population. The relative numbers for Germany for World War II were far, far worse by an order of magnitude.

    My understanding was that the regular, peace-time british army that went into combat in Flanders in 1914 suffered horrific casualties. The british army continued to suffer high casualties throughout the war – 20,000 on the first day of the Somme offensive alone. True, the german empire suffered more casualties, of course they were fighting three major powers on two fronts. The Kaiser died in his sleep in 1940.

    I believe my original point stands: the Kaiser fared better out of WWI than did those doughty tommies whose lives their own generals so callously squandered.

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    1941 actually.

    And the war never got to German soil. They should have kept fighting but Ludendorff chickened out.
    , @Wilkey
    Yes, leaders do tend to live longer than the cannon fodder. Funny how that works.
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  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @education realist
    I like the variety, although I'd have left off Pepe and Milo in favor of Coulter and Mickey Kaus.

    Because the thing that gets me nervous about all this celebration is that "alt-right", which is now pretty much hardwired to Taylor and Spencer, who have political objectives and opinions that are way out there on the fringe. Milo and Pepe are linked with the Nazi imagery and the annoying Twitter behavior, whether or not they sign on to Taylor and Spencer objectives.

    I'm not particularly fussed by either Spencer or Taylor, but I don't want to have all people who talk about HBD constantly fighting off their association. The only political objective I personally agree with them on is immigration, and for very different reasons.

    Well put. The alt-right has issues with its spokespersons and unifying issues, a point well illustrated by Steve in his recent ‘Alt-rock = Alt-right’ post. The popularization of the term, and it coalescing around certain people, brings its own liabilities.

    Describing yourself as “alt-right” lumps you under a policy and personality tent that has an ugliness to it, an ugliness that extends beyond the unwelcome utterance of hate facts and hate truths. I’m a big fan of Steve and greatly appreciate his work, but when I look at the second “Deplorables” poster submitted in Comment 57, I can’t help but feel a bit sad that some of these other characters represent a core part of the opposition to the other side’s lunacy. There’s an element of Horse Shoe Theory on display that conjures a longing for for simpler times.

    War is ugly and all that, but the notion of winning should not be.

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    We need to be smarter. We are getting sucked into the trap of restricting the movement, by having it presented as having leaders and goals that only a tiny, tiny minority can support. If that association is successful, the Alt Right will be aborted as a viable political party, and as a viable member of a political coalition.

    Spencer really needs to take a back seat. Taylor should pursue his genetics and microbiome interests on his own time.
    , @IA

    Describing yourself as “alt-right” lumps you under a policy and personality tent that has an ugliness to it, an ugliness that extends beyond the unwelcome utterance of hate facts and hate truths.
     
    That's great! Trump was called Hitler, racist, bigot, etc., long before Clinton or the Establishment ever heard of alt-right. If alt-right didn't exist YOU would be the alt-right if you vote for Trump. Alt-right takes the pressure off people like you. You can say, You think I'm bad well look at those guys! Jackboots, ovens, lynchings, blond-blue-eyed Nazis marching out of cornfields. Oh, the horror, the horror. Nice little Section 8 you got there. We'd like to keep it but . . .

    It's called finesse, Anon. Finesse. You're not dealing with the Marquess of Queensberry. You're dealing with dogs from hell who want to throw you out of your home and job, if not kill you outright.
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  • @Brutusale
    With Trump pulling ahead, Tiny is obviously falling apart. It seems that each subsequent post has more spelling/grammar errors.

    Repent, Dickless, repent!

    Yeah, makes me wonder if he’s a foreign troll- a lot of his errors are not those typically committed by a native English speaker.

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  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Tiny Duck
    You know, the first thing were going to do when Mrs. Clinton wins is find ways to band you racists from society.

    How does it feel? Knowing your daughters will be the child bearers of Men of a Color and your sons will be servants?

    Look of Jrue Holiday

    “How does it feel? Knowing your daughters will be the child bearers of Men of a Color and your sons will be servants? ”

    Hey, its Tiny again! And what do you know- I guess it is true that even a clock is right twice a day.

    True to your message, you’re already their servant, and having females in your family tree bearing the kids of black men would go a long way to explain your foolish comments and your poor grasp of the English language. Unfortunately for your wet dream, we raise our own kids with more sense than your ancestors had, but its okay, there’s still use for people on the left side of the bell curve. Someone’s gotta pick up the trash, wash my car, mow my lawn, etc.

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  • @Mr. Anon
    "As I recall, the Kaiser referred to the BEF in 1914 as a “contemptible little army.” How did that work out for him?"

    Better than it did for the BEF, who were mostly slaughtered.

    By the way, british regular soldiers adopted the term, calling themsleves "The Old Contemptibles".

    True, the BEF was chewed up but not before the Kindermord and dealing a few other setbacks to the modified Schliefflen Plan.

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  • @JohnnyWalker123
    There's just one problem.............

    Where's Harambe?

    Harambe is on the far right in the version I linked in #81.

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  • The meme has legs.  I give you a completely different take on The Deplorables:

    Via Vox Day, link in comment header.

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  • @Lot

    I dunno. Who are all these guys anyway?
     
    Chris Christie?, ??, Bruce Willis, iSteve, Chuck Norris, Drumpf, Nigel Farange, Mike Pence, Milo, Pepe, Andrew Breitbart

    Where’s Donovan and Spencer?
     
    You can see Mr. Spencer whenever and wherever there is a reporter looking to do a story on the alt-right.

    Donovan is an English folk singer who may be dead. If you mean the gay guy who writes long-winded articles about masculinity for various nazi websites, who cares?

    [EDIT: Donovan is alive and well at age 70]

    I’m sure he means Jack Donovan, he-man homosexual and good friend of Richard Spencer.

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  • @Mr. Anon
    "As I recall, the Kaiser referred to the BEF in 1914 as a “contemptible little army.” How did that work out for him?"

    Better than it did for the BEF, who were mostly slaughtered.

    By the way, british regular soldiers adopted the term, calling themsleves "The Old Contemptibles".

    “As I recall, the Kaiser referred to the BEF in 1914 as a “contemptible little army.” How did that work out for him?”

    Better than it did for the BEF, who were mostly slaughtered.

    Not sure about the totals for the BEF specifically, but UK military deaths overall were about half those of Germany, both in absolute numbers and as a share of their population. The relative numbers for Germany for World War II were far, far worse by an order of magnitude.

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    My understanding was that the regular, peace-time british army that went into combat in Flanders in 1914 suffered horrific casualties. The british army continued to suffer high casualties throughout the war - 20,000 on the first day of the Somme offensive alone. True, the german empire suffered more casualties, of course they were fighting three major powers on two fronts. The Kaiser died in his sleep in 1940.

    I believe my original point stands: the Kaiser fared better out of WWI than did those doughty tommies whose lives their own generals so callously squandered.
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  • @Anonymous
    I saw the oddest Hillary campaign yard sign the other day. I initially thought it was a sign for maybe a new hospital that was being built. Its colors were royal blue, light blue and white - no navy blue or red. It had "Clinton" and "Kane" stacked on top of each other on the right side of the sign with a large "H" with a rightward-pointing arrow in the center of it on the left-hand side. It was not American/patriotic-looking at all. (See link below for an image of the sign).

    https://shop.hillaryclinton.com/products/tickert-bumper-sticker-combo (this actually links to a bumper sticker, but the yard sign looked just like it)

    Funny that they’ve taken all red out of the logo. A visual cue that they’re doubling down on othering the “red” half of the electorate.

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  • @Tiny Duck
    You know, the first thing were going to do when Mrs. Clinton wins is find ways to band you racists from society.

    How does it feel? Knowing your daughters will be the child bearers of Men of a Color and your sons will be servants?

    Look of Jrue Holiday

    With Trump pulling ahead, Tiny is obviously falling apart. It seems that each subsequent post has more spelling/grammar errors.

    Repent, Dickless, repent!

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    Yeah, makes me wonder if he's a foreign troll- a lot of his errors are not those typically committed by a native English speaker.
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  • Reports now saying she “regrets” the comment. I preferred the old Hillary who never walked anything back no matter what. That kind of rigidity makes it hard to win an election.

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  • @anonymous
    New band names:

    The Deplorable
    The Troubling
    The Tropes
    Quack and the Canards
    Microagression
    The Triggers
    Here's Why
    Ezra and the Kleins
    Amanda and the You Shouldnt's

    Here’s a list of band names I’ve plucked verbatim from comments in Steve’s two “Deplorable” posts. Reader, yours could be here! In alphabetical order:

    Albionic Americans
    Alt Whatever
    Assemblage Of Donors
    Bill’s Many Mistresses
    Brody’s Ellipsis
    Clamoring For Release
    Genitals Was Her Name
    Helpful Foretaste
    Heroic Genderfluidity
    Hysterical Bitch Conspiracy
    Land Of Tenure
    Plucked Verbatim
    Real Comfy Basket
    Remember Brittney Griner
    Replacement Colon
    Sentence Miss Jenny
    Sluts Who Demand
    Steve, You’re A Journalist
    The Vocalized Pepe

    It kind of tells a story …

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  • @education realist
    I like the variety, although I'd have left off Pepe and Milo in favor of Coulter and Mickey Kaus.

    Because the thing that gets me nervous about all this celebration is that "alt-right", which is now pretty much hardwired to Taylor and Spencer, who have political objectives and opinions that are way out there on the fringe. Milo and Pepe are linked with the Nazi imagery and the annoying Twitter behavior, whether or not they sign on to Taylor and Spencer objectives.

    I'm not particularly fussed by either Spencer or Taylor, but I don't want to have all people who talk about HBD constantly fighting off their association. The only political objective I personally agree with them on is immigration, and for very different reasons.

    There’s always ‘alt-lite’. Perhaps it’s my wimpiness, but I never saw the shame, contra )))Barry Goldwater))), in being a moderate.

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  • That Calvin Klein Clinton Kaine insignia is so perfect. Kids who wore Calvin Klein were invariably stuck-up and widely loathed for it where/when I grew up.

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  • Are We Not Men. No, We Are Deplo

    Probably better on one of your punk rock reminiscence postings, Mr Steve, but I couldn’t resist.

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    "Probably better on one of your punk rock reminiscence postings ..."
     
    Devo was actually more New Wave or Synth-Pop.
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  • Daffy Duck’s revenge!

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  • @Anonymous
    Who's the frog?

    Who isn’t?

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  • @Leon
    As I recall, the Kaiser referred to the BEF in 1914 as a "contemptible little army." How did that work out for him?

    “As I recall, the Kaiser referred to the BEF in 1914 as a “contemptible little army.” How did that work out for him?”

    Better than it did for the BEF, who were mostly slaughtered.

    By the way, british regular soldiers adopted the term, calling themsleves “The Old Contemptibles”.

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    “As I recall, the Kaiser referred to the BEF in 1914 as a “contemptible little army.” How did that work out for him?”

    Better than it did for the BEF, who were mostly slaughtered.

    Not sure about the totals for the BEF specifically, but UK military deaths overall were about half those of Germany, both in absolute numbers and as a share of their population. The relative numbers for Germany for World War II were far, far worse by an order of magnitude.

    , @Leon
    True, the BEF was chewed up but not before the Kindermord and dealing a few other setbacks to the modified Schliefflen Plan.
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  • @Tiny Duck
    You know, the first thing were going to do when Mrs. Clinton wins is find ways to band you racists from society.

    How does it feel? Knowing your daughters will be the child bearers of Men of a Color and your sons will be servants?

    Look of Jrue Holiday

    You are the one who needs to be banned; from this site.

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  • @Anonymous
    Reposting:

    Steve Bannon, David Clarke, Bruce Willis, Steve Sailer, Chuck Norris, Donald Trump, Nigel Farage, Mike Pence, Milo Yiannopoulos, Rare Tactical Pepe, Julian Assange.

    Bannon from Breitbart, Sheriff David Clarke is the Milwaukee Sheriff that Trump has had on stage with him and was a big deal during the Milwaukee riots. I included him because he resembles the black guy (Terry Crews?) I posted him over. I was going for funny and some credit where it's due. And, I wanted to get it done quick.

    With most of them I got the stoniest killer pics I could find. And with Steve, I did the best with the limited amount of pics available!

    BTW Thanks Steve for posting this, glad you liked!

    “Sheriff David Clarke is the Milwaukee Sheriff that Trump has had on stage with him and was a big deal during the Milwaukee riots.”

    Sheriff Clark, 1966:

    Sheriff Clarke, 2016:

    Sheriff Clark(e)s sure have changed a lot in the last fifty years.

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  • The most deplorable one [AKA "The Fourth Political Theory"] says:
    @education realist
    I like the variety, although I'd have left off Pepe and Milo in favor of Coulter and Mickey Kaus.

    Because the thing that gets me nervous about all this celebration is that "alt-right", which is now pretty much hardwired to Taylor and Spencer, who have political objectives and opinions that are way out there on the fringe. Milo and Pepe are linked with the Nazi imagery and the annoying Twitter behavior, whether or not they sign on to Taylor and Spencer objectives.

    I'm not particularly fussed by either Spencer or Taylor, but I don't want to have all people who talk about HBD constantly fighting off their association. The only political objective I personally agree with them on is immigration, and for very different reasons.

    In case you haven’t noticed, associating with Steve Sailer could get you labeled as an extremist:

    https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2008/07/25/extremist-steve-sailer-source-cnns-black-america-series

    So, it’s too late to worry about Spencer and Taylor.

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  • @education realist
    I like the variety, although I'd have left off Pepe and Milo in favor of Coulter and Mickey Kaus.

    Because the thing that gets me nervous about all this celebration is that "alt-right", which is now pretty much hardwired to Taylor and Spencer, who have political objectives and opinions that are way out there on the fringe. Milo and Pepe are linked with the Nazi imagery and the annoying Twitter behavior, whether or not they sign on to Taylor and Spencer objectives.

    I'm not particularly fussed by either Spencer or Taylor, but I don't want to have all people who talk about HBD constantly fighting off their association. The only political objective I personally agree with them on is immigration, and for very different reasons.

    Until we win, there are no enemies on the right.
    My but that has a familiar ring to it.
    Never apologize for what someone else has said, pity da fool that tries to attribute to you what belongs to another. De l’audace, encore de l’audace, toujours de l’audace.

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  • @education realist
    I like the variety, although I'd have left off Pepe and Milo in favor of Coulter and Mickey Kaus.

    Because the thing that gets me nervous about all this celebration is that "alt-right", which is now pretty much hardwired to Taylor and Spencer, who have political objectives and opinions that are way out there on the fringe. Milo and Pepe are linked with the Nazi imagery and the annoying Twitter behavior, whether or not they sign on to Taylor and Spencer objectives.

    I'm not particularly fussed by either Spencer or Taylor, but I don't want to have all people who talk about HBD constantly fighting off their association. The only political objective I personally agree with them on is immigration, and for very different reasons.

    I don’t think people should worry about guilt by association in that way. Attempting to dismiss a political opponent using guilt by association has been so abused that it probably hurts the accuser now more than the accused. That could change over the next few years but at the moment it seems to have lost its power though overuse.

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  • @Tiny Duck
    You know, the first thing were going to do when Mrs. Clinton wins is find ways to band you racists from society.

    How does it feel? Knowing your daughters will be the child bearers of Men of a Color and your sons will be servants?

    Look of Jrue Holiday

    If you succeed then will we be the Band on The Run?
    The word you wanted to use is ban, and it is a guarantee that you will not be among the finder of ways, the doer of things, the planner of trysts, or the owner of your betters.

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  • @fox
    if I remember correct O'Reilly was calling for his assassination.

    Has O’Realy ever supported anything outside cuckservativeness?
    Reminds me a lot of Jim Cramer and a lot of (((Doug Feith))).

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  • With apologies to Nat King Cole

    Just Deplorable
    That’s what you are
    Just Deplorable
    You make me sick
    Like the hacking cough that bothers me
    You’re always there to anger me
    As I spoke before then coughed some more
    Just Deplorable in every way
    And Furthermore I have to say
    You are so reprehensible
    My speech becomes incomprehensible
    Hope it is quite forgettable too

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    Unit, Quick copyright this or you will be hearing it, without credit to you, this on Rush's show.
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  • @anonymous
    New band names:

    The Deplorable
    The Troubling
    The Tropes
    Quack and the Canards
    Microagression
    The Triggers
    Here's Why
    Ezra and the Kleins
    Amanda and the You Shouldnt's

    You also forgot this band name:

    Echo and the Ubermensch

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  • @Jefferson
    "Where’s Hugh Mungus?"

    Where's Paulie Walnuts from The Sopranos? After all he's also voting for Donald Trump.

    Hugh is on an overnighter with Hugo G. Earle

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  • @Ivy
    Deplorables new hit single is danceable so I give it an 88.

    generals right?

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  • I like the variety, although I’d have left off Pepe and Milo in favor of Coulter and Mickey Kaus.

    Because the thing that gets me nervous about all this celebration is that “alt-right”, which is now pretty much hardwired to Taylor and Spencer, who have political objectives and opinions that are way out there on the fringe. Milo and Pepe are linked with the Nazi imagery and the annoying Twitter behavior, whether or not they sign on to Taylor and Spencer objectives.

    I’m not particularly fussed by either Spencer or Taylor, but I don’t want to have all people who talk about HBD constantly fighting off their association. The only political objective I personally agree with them on is immigration, and for very different reasons.

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    I don't think people should worry about guilt by association in that way. Attempting to dismiss a political opponent using guilt by association has been so abused that it probably hurts the accuser now more than the accused. That could change over the next few years but at the moment it seems to have lost its power though overuse.
    , @CK
    Until we win, there are no enemies on the right.
    My but that has a familiar ring to it.
    Never apologize for what someone else has said, pity da fool that tries to attribute to you what belongs to another. De l'audace, encore de l'audace, toujours de l'audace.
    , @The most deplorable one
    In case you haven't noticed, associating with Steve Sailer could get you labeled as an extremist:

    https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2008/07/25/extremist-steve-sailer-source-cnns-black-america-series

    So, it's too late to worry about Spencer and Taylor.

    , @SFG
    There's always 'alt-lite'. Perhaps it's my wimpiness, but I never saw the shame, contra )))Barry Goldwater))), in being a moderate.
    , @Anonymous
    Well put. The alt-right has issues with its spokespersons and unifying issues, a point well illustrated by Steve in his recent 'Alt-rock = Alt-right' post. The popularization of the term, and it coalescing around certain people, brings its own liabilities.

    Describing yourself as "alt-right" lumps you under a policy and personality tent that has an ugliness to it, an ugliness that extends beyond the unwelcome utterance of hate facts and hate truths. I'm a big fan of Steve and greatly appreciate his work, but when I look at the second "Deplorables" poster submitted in Comment 57, I can't help but feel a bit sad that some of these other characters represent a core part of the opposition to the other side's lunacy. There's an element of Horse Shoe Theory on display that conjures a longing for for simpler times.

    War is ugly and all that, but the notion of winning should not be.

    , @Anonymous
    Neither of those chaps should be claiming to lead the Alt Right, especially Spencer. Spencer, frankly, really should take a seat rather than to be exploiting publicity around this political movement

    This movement seeks to restore the sovereignty of the people who are legal citizens of this territory through: strict limits on immigration; an end to military interventions abroad on behalf of other nations; some trade protectionism; and the expulsion of a globalist leader clique and replacement by nationalist Americans.

    If we accomplish these things, non-Whites citizens will remain citizens, of course, but there will happen to be a White majority. That should be enough for the Spencer and other White nationalists.
    , @tamako
    If you're going to replace Pepe, who a bunch of shitposters reclaimed from the dregs of Facebook, have him replaced with the Serb.

    After all, the Serb's eternal purpose in life is to remove kebab - that is to say, ethnically cleanse all lands of any and all Muslims. In his pursuit of removing kebab, he does great and wondrous things, like shooting down stealth fighters with fifty year-old artillery.
    (Just in case you don't realize, he too is a meme. Go look "remove kebab" up if you don't believe me.)
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  • The GOP wanted to be a big tent party.

    The Alt-right will be a big basket party.

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  • The most deplorable one [AKA "The Fourth Political Theory"] says:
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    Nice work. I'm going to assume you left out the brilliant, punk as [email protected], proprietor of the worlds most visited alt-right website out of respect for Steve's subtle but firmly enforced sense of decorum.
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  • @Anonymous
    Reposting:

    Steve Bannon, David Clarke, Bruce Willis, Steve Sailer, Chuck Norris, Donald Trump, Nigel Farage, Mike Pence, Milo Yiannopoulos, Rare Tactical Pepe, Julian Assange.

    Bannon from Breitbart, Sheriff David Clarke is the Milwaukee Sheriff that Trump has had on stage with him and was a big deal during the Milwaukee riots. I included him because he resembles the black guy (Terry Crews?) I posted him over. I was going for funny and some credit where it's due. And, I wanted to get it done quick.

    With most of them I got the stoniest killer pics I could find. And with Steve, I did the best with the limited amount of pics available!

    BTW Thanks Steve for posting this, glad you liked!

    “With most of them I got the stoniest killer pics I could find. And with Steve, I did the best with the limited amount of pics available!”

    I would have gone with the one with the Santa hat … of course, some of the people seeing that probably would have thought he was some crazed imam.

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  • @fox
    if I remember correct O'Reilly was calling for his assassination.

    “if I remember correct O’Reilly was calling for his assassination.”

    Probably just to write another in his line of Great Asassination series of books.

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  • Deplorables new hit single is danceable so I give it an 88.

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    generals right?
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  • @The Alarmist
    Funny how thousands of Swedish women and girls have been violently raped by swarthy immigrants, and the government turns a blind eye and the media blacks it out, but Julian Assange has allegedly non-consensual sex the morning after he was originally given consent, and he has become an international person of interest for rape of a Swedish woman. Funnier still, Sweden wants to import yet another "rapist" to add to their collection.

    Do Swedes secretly enjoy walking among thousands of rapists so much that they are desperate to bring in even more?

    Do average Swedes actually dislike him or think he’s a sex offender?

    The Swedish government is 100% a pawn of ZOG/NWO/NATO, and too many Swedes assent to too many of their government’s insane and evil actions, but I am not sure they think Assange should be in jail.

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  • I think Norris and Pence are liabilities. And Assange isn’t so much pro-Trump as anti-Hillary. I have no doubt wikileaks would be a massive headache for any Trump administration.

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  • @FactsAreImportant
    What an odd choice of words.

    Why a basket? Baskets are homey and comfy and wholesome and picnicy.

    And "deplorable" is such a schoolmarmy word.

    "Basket of deplorables" makes the target group sound like a bunch of naughty kittens.

    These are the images I get when I hear "basket of deplorables":

    http://imgc.allpostersimages.com/images/P-488-488-90/83/8301/4JXI300Z/posters/three-kittens-and-a-puppy-in-a-basket.jpg

    http://d3adcc0j1hezoq.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/kittens-in-a-basket.jpg

    And who uses “deplorables” as a noun? Google has almost no other instances of “deplorables”.

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  • What an odd choice of words.

    Why a basket? Baskets are homey and comfy and wholesome and picnicy.

    And “deplorable” is such a schoolmarmy word.

    “Basket of deplorables” makes the target group sound like a bunch of naughty kittens.

    These are the images I get when I hear “basket of deplorables”:

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    And who uses "deplorables" as a noun? Google has almost no other instances of "deplorables".
    , @Buffalo Joe
    Facts, Well said, "Despicables", with Daffy's lisp would have been better.
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  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    I saw the oddest Hillary campaign yard sign the other day. I initially thought it was a sign for maybe a new hospital that was being built. Its colors were royal blue, light blue and white – no navy blue or red. It had “Clinton” and “Kane” stacked on top of each other on the right side of the sign with a large “H” with a rightward-pointing arrow in the center of it on the left-hand side. It was not American/patriotic-looking at all. (See link below for an image of the sign).

    https://shop.hillaryclinton.com/products/tickert-bumper-sticker-combo (this actually links to a bumper sticker, but the yard sign looked just like it)

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    Funny that they've taken all red out of the logo. A visual cue that they're doubling down on othering the "red" half of the electorate.
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  • @anonymous
    New band names:

    The Deplorable
    The Troubling
    The Tropes
    Quack and the Canards
    Microagression
    The Triggers
    Here's Why
    Ezra and the Kleins
    Amanda and the You Shouldnt's

    The Problematics
    The Trigglypuff Experience
    The White and the Privileged
    Liberal Arts and the Baristas
    The Fuckin’ White Males

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  • @Steve Sailer
    "Steve, you yourself were calling parts of the Alt-Right “Deplorable” in this very blog, just a few days ago."

    So Hillary reads iSteve?

    She doesn’t strike me as much of a reader. Am I mistaken?

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  • @Anonymous
    Where's Donovan and Spencer?

    I sort of like the variety of people they put in the pic, as opposed to being all right-wing edgelords. You could say that Pepe is supposed to represent people like Spencer and Sam Hyde.

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  • @anonymous
    New band names:

    The Deplorable
    The Troubling
    The Tropes
    Quack and the Canards
    Microagression
    The Triggers
    Here's Why
    Ezra and the Kleins
    Amanda and the You Shouldnt's

    you left off:

    Not Who We Are

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  • @Lot

    when did right wing love for assange started.
     
    When he started mass-leaking DNC e-mails. Being persecuted by the left-wing Swedish government for "raping" a woman who let him sleep over the next few days and went out to parties with him afterward helped too.

    Funny how thousands of Swedish women and girls have been violently raped by swarthy immigrants, and the government turns a blind eye and the media blacks it out, but Julian Assange has allegedly non-consensual sex the morning after he was originally given consent, and he has become an international person of interest for rape of a Swedish woman. Funnier still, Sweden wants to import yet another “rapist” to add to their collection.

    Do Swedes secretly enjoy walking among thousands of rapists so much that they are desperate to bring in even more?

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    Do average Swedes actually dislike him or think he's a sex offender?

    The Swedish government is 100% a pawn of ZOG/NWO/NATO, and too many Swedes assent to too many of their government's insane and evil actions, but I am not sure they think Assange should be in jail.
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  • U.S.A., 2016: “Sure, we’re the ‘deplorables’! Ha ha!”

    Russia, 1917: “Sure, we’re the ‘Mensheviks’! Ha ha!”

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  • @Anonymous
    Reposting:

    Steve Bannon, David Clarke, Bruce Willis, Steve Sailer, Chuck Norris, Donald Trump, Nigel Farage, Mike Pence, Milo Yiannopoulos, Rare Tactical Pepe, Julian Assange.

    Bannon from Breitbart, Sheriff David Clarke is the Milwaukee Sheriff that Trump has had on stage with him and was a big deal during the Milwaukee riots. I included him because he resembles the black guy (Terry Crews?) I posted him over. I was going for funny and some credit where it's due. And, I wanted to get it done quick.

    With most of them I got the stoniest killer pics I could find. And with Steve, I did the best with the limited amount of pics available!

    BTW Thanks Steve for posting this, glad you liked!

    With most of them I got the stoniest killer pics I could find. And with Steve, I did the best with the limited amount of pics available!

    You’ve got Steve looking like he just cracked his neck, which is hilarious.

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  • Ain’t I a Deplorable?

    Didn’t know Magritte did animation.

    Bugs’ “Ain’t I a stinker?” is spot on for the spirit of the alt-whatever.

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  • As I recall, the Kaiser referred to the BEF in 1914 as a “contemptible little army.” How did that work out for him?

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    "As I recall, the Kaiser referred to the BEF in 1914 as a “contemptible little army.” How did that work out for him?"

    Better than it did for the BEF, who were mostly slaughtered.

    By the way, british regular soldiers adopted the term, calling themsleves "The Old Contemptibles".
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