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Sincerity or parody: who can tell anymore?

 
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  1. Ben Kurtz says: • Website

    The top two choices would actually be violations of the Federal Aviation Regulations, specifically section 125.211(b), if attempted during takeoff or landing. Whether they are violations of God’s will I’ll leave as an exercise to the reader…

    Steve asks: “Sincerity or parody: who can tell anymore?”

    Another example of the Onion Singularity: Kind of like the Turing Test, it’s when the average reader can no longer reliability differentiate between a serious publication and satire.

    I’ll have to add this to my list of examples.

    https://benkurtzblog.wordpress.com/2017/07/28/onion-singularity-military-edition/

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    • Replies: @AnotherDad

    Another example of the Onion Singularity: Kind of like the Turing Test, it’s when the average reader can no longer reliability differentiate between a serious publication and satire.
     
    I wake up every morning and have to re-orient to the realization that the society I live in is flat out looney. Not kidding. There is a conscious "sinking in" process now where along with whatever personal matters/problems I have to attend to, there is this "oh, my society under the thumb of people who are hostile to me and my people and culture (who actually built and maintain the society), wish to destroy all the organic structures that support civilization and push ideas that are flat out insane ... great ... now what am I supposed to do again today?"
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  2. I wouldn’t rule out Dutch courage.

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  3. syonredux says:

    Maybe they’re fans of Jurassic Park ?

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    • Replies: @27 year old
    Jurassic Park: An empowering film about an all-female group of dinosaurs breaking the chains of White patriarchal oppression by doing gender reassignment.
    , @The Anti-Gnostic
    Jeff Goldblum, at the height of his seduction powers!
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  4. res says:

    LOL!

    Sincerity or parody: who can tell anymore?

    Sounds like a job for deep learning. Seriously. If only we could get a decent tagged reference set of data. I wonder how variable the range of human accuracy is for this type of question.

    I confess that iSteve’s KLM example has defeated my sincerity/parody detector (corporations are not big on parody in my experience). It would make a great parody meme though.

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  5. eah says:

    Ouch — file this under ‘the truth hurts’.

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  6. Njguy73 says:

    I’m pro-gay-marriage and I think that’s a stupid ad.

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  7. @syonredux
    Maybe they're fans of Jurassic Park ?


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKFDxg4cbIw

    Jurassic Park: An empowering film about an all-female group of dinosaurs breaking the chains of White patriarchal oppression by doing gender reassignment.

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    • LOL: Jeff77450
    • Replies: @Mr. Anon

    Jurassic Park: An empowering film about an all-female group of dinosaurs breaking the chains of White patriarchal oppression by doing gender reassignment.
     
    Why, so it was. Good catch.
    , @Senator Brundlefly
    You're implying that a group composed entirely of female animals will... breed?
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  8. @syonredux
    Maybe they're fans of Jurassic Park ?


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKFDxg4cbIw

    Jeff Goldblum, at the height of his seduction powers!

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    • Replies: @Bill
    Speaking of the Onion Singularity . . .

    Jeff Goldblum, at the height of his seduction powers!
     
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  9. The travel industry–particularly hoteliers–is bigly pro-bardashery. All that disposable income’s got to go somewhere–other than diapers and tuition.

    I recently stayed at a Standard Hotel in Greenwich Village. It was the closest/cheapest option to my conference site–otherwise I knew nothing about it. The room was nice and came complete with a stack of glossy neo-magazines like Monster Children and Office. There was also a kind of Standard newsletter/tabloid, which included their political program. I didn’t have to time to read the whole thing–but I did note that it included a bit along the lines of “If you don’t know that black people are still oppressed, that’s why we need BLM.”

    I’ve never seen a hotel with a political program.

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    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    Percy, remember when the hotel night stand had a Gideon's Bible, or if you were in Utah, The Book of Mormon.
    , @Stan Adams
    Political programs are in, but desks and dressers are out:
    nytimes.com/2017/05/22/business/hotel-room-design.amp.html
    , @Karl
    9 Percy Gryce > a Standard Hotel in Greenwich Village

    In North America, it's very very common for any one particular "hotel" to actually be an independently-owned building, for which the owner has selected some national-hotel-chain to be affiliated with..... and the affiliation can change after the end of a contract period. I have seen such changes.
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  10. peterike says:

    That image is perfect for the Sesame Street song: “One of these things is not like the others…”

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  11. Sincerity or parody: who can tell anymore?

    Ahh – you only can tell if you’ve got some humor and/ or know a few things about metaphors and irony and all that.

    Sigh – life in the civilized world in the 21st century is different, somehow.

    It helps, if you know about Erica – – Jong (hehe, sounds Dutch, doesn’t it?) – Fear of Flying. See.

    Then know about the term angst-lust. – See too, please – – it can be thrilling to be sexually aroused – and this thrill is as old, as the thrill that is caused by danger.

    By and large – being knowledgeable means, to have an advance over those snowflakey and humorless people, who usually are a big bore alltogether. And never make the foolish move. Not even once in their lives (they usually get very old).

    Is there a concept behind such evil reflections?

    I betcha!

    Does it have a name?

    The knowing ones seem to call it “irony”. But beware – those are earthly thoughts – no known Lord in the Heavens Above praises them.

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  12. Buckle up Y’all for just another daily reminder of how homegrown degenerates of all kinds are treating Western Culture as a giant crash test dummy lab:

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    iSteviest headline of the day?

    Minnesota Jews Share Solidarity with Firebombed Mosque

    (JTA) — The Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota affirmed its solidarity with the Muslim community in the wake of an attack on a local mosque.

    The blast at the Dar Al Farooq Islamic Center in Minneapolis occurred early on Saturday, while worshippers were gathered for early morning prayers. No one was injured in the attack, but the imam’s office where someone threw a firebomb was damaged, according to police.

    “Earlier this year, the Muslim community placed an ad in the Star Tribune affirming solidarity with the Jewish community after the JCC bomb threats. Today, the Jewish community affirms its solidarity with the school, mosque, and local Muslim community,” Steve Hunegs, executive director of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas, said in a statement.

    The attack caused an estimated $95,000 worth of damage.

    A GoFundMe page set up in the wake of the attack to help the mosque has raised nearly $69,000 and a LaunchGood campaign has raised nearly $17,000. Donations ranged from $5 to hundreds of dollars.

    The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement that it was in contact with local, state and federal authorities as the investigation into the attack moves forward. “The Department of Homeland Security fully supports the rights of all to freely and safely worship the faith of their choosing and we vigorously condemn such attacks on any religious institution. We are thankful that there were no injuries, but that does not diminish the serious nature of this act,” the DHS said.DHS and FBI are looking for Håvën Mønähån of Lake Wobegon, MN.
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  13. I am outraged by the exclusively binary nature of the life choices being normalized by Royal Dutch Airlines!

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    • Replies: @Arclight
    Agreed - I don't see the genderqueer or questioning seatbelt buckles represented at all.
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  14. I have just added myself to their No-fly list.

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    I have just added myself to their No-fly list.
     
    Hilarious :)
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  15. Bill says:
    @The Anti-Gnostic
    Jeff Goldblum, at the height of his seduction powers!

    Speaking of the Onion Singularity . . .

    Jeff Goldblum, at the height of his seduction powers!

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  16. “It doesn’t matter who you click with.”
    How old are those seatbelts? Is KLM endorsing pedophilia?

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    What about consent? Does anyone ask the seatbelts first?
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  17. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    Around my neighborhood, I passed by two Methodist churches with homo flags.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=methodist+gay+flag&safe=off&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS753US753&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjW2LK9jMjVAhXGzIMKHYTCDmoQ_AUICygC&biw=1280&bih=894

    And there is homo products of all kind. McDonalds, Campbells, Bugger King, homo-oreo, etc.
    And I passed by a bank with a homo flag.

    Prophets and Profits, they’ve all gone homo.

    It’s like In Homo We Trust.

    Queertianity is not only neo-religion but it’s the sacrament that bestowing blessing on commercial products. If Jews go for Kosher foods, rest of us must go for homosher products and services.

    Homomania got off the ground as proxy of Jewish-Globalism. That is a fact.
    Christianity has finally been destroyed by Homomania and Afromania.

    Don’t judge people by color of skin but by limpness of wrist and loudness of voice.

    This is such a BIG phenom that the silence as its politics, quasi-spirituality, and finance is strange.
    The silence is because of Jewish Silence. Jews don’t want us to know that it’s their proxy globo-project. They want us to feel that it is OURS. Anyone who connects the dots between homomania and Jewish power will be called ‘antisemitic’.
    Yet, Jews sometimes say they are most supportive of homomania. It’s like they can say it but we better not. It’s like it’s okay if Jews say they control media but we better not.

    Because of Jewish element, Conservative Inc won’t go there. Now, if homomania were opposed by Jews but pushed by Muslims or Chinese or Russians, Con Inc would be connecting the dots for sure.

    When Jewish power is involved, pretend it’s an unsolvable maze. But when Russians or Iranians are involved, connect dots that don’t even connect.

    Anyway, the strange thing is the silence from most of Alt Right on Jewish-Homo connection.
    This is no longer about ‘gay rights’ but about Gay Rites. It is a Gay Religion.

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    Yup. Priss Factor used to call them 'jomos'.
    , @Roderick Spode

    This is no longer about ‘gay rights’ but about Gay Rites. It is a Gay Religion.
     
    Interesting. Like an anti-fertility cult? Maybe then the central issue becomes not that same-sex intercourse as such is being ritualistically celebrated, but non-procreative sex in general? A sacralized celebration of declining Western fertility?
    , @Dissident
    I- What you aptly call Homomania is promoted by Cultural Marxists. CMs are disproportionately but not exclusively of Jewish ancestry. Even Jewish CMs are very far from practicing or representing Judaism. Anyone who is at all familiar with (traditional;authentic) Judaism knows that (whatever else can be said about it) it rather severely proscribes homosexual behavior and culture*.

    (*Note, however, that no one is condemned merely for involuntary feelings of any type. People are judged only for how they respond to temptations and tests; for the choices they make.)

    II- Theology aside, I believe many here would agree with me in saying that the problem for society is not so much homosexuals or homosexuality, per se, but rather "Homomania"/ "LGBTQ" lunacy/ The Buggery Brigades, particularly:

    - The promotion of the manifest falsehoods that homosexuality is (a) equivalent to heterosexuality, and, (b) without exception, both innate as well as immutable.
    (In contradiction to the immutability claim, our host has cited the example of John Maynard Keynes. Another example, rather glaring, is that of the wife of the current New York City Mayor.)

    - The extensive whitewashing and downplaying-- at the direct expense of public health-- of the overwhelmingly negative anatomical, physiological, psychological, aesthetic and social realities of anal penetration, an act that spreads deadly disease at a rate far higher than any other sex act.

    - The extensive, nearly total conflation of both feelings with behavior as well as of the specific act of anal penetration with male homosexuality, per se*. (*GRAPHIC CONTENT)

    "Transgenderism", which has reached the point of the sanctioning -- and even mandating-- of irreversible damage being done to confused, innocent, young children, has gone too far even for many who have been fine with "mere" "LGB". This includes the self-described "left-leaning parents" behind a site called 4th Wave Now, which I learned of thanks to a fellow iSteve commentor posting the link some time back.

    Not long ago, I noticed the inimitable Unz commentor Priss Factor mention the increased incidence of females being buggered by heterosexual males (and, if I recall correctly, a corresponding increased incidence of ano-rectal cancers). I have noted this disturbing phenomenon in a number of past comments and have included links to articles that cite evidence that girls, starting from quite young, and women are under a great deal of pressure, from porn-fueled males, to submit to being buggered and even that a shockingly high number of surveyed young males said that they did not consider it necessary to obtain consent before committing the aforesaid atrocity. Where is the outcry over this from all of the self-proclaimed defenders and champions of women?
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  18. anonymous says: • Website • Disclaimer
    @bored identity
    Buckle up Y'all for just another daily reminder of how homegrown degenerates of all kinds are treating Western Culture as a giant crash test dummy lab:




    https://youtu.be/2gqgauf6MUg

    iSteviest headline of the day?

    Minnesota Jews Share Solidarity with Firebombed Mosque

    (JTA) — The Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota affirmed its solidarity with the Muslim community in the wake of an attack on a local mosque.

    The blast at the Dar Al Farooq Islamic Center in Minneapolis occurred early on Saturday, while worshippers were gathered for early morning prayers. No one was injured in the attack, but the imam’s office where someone threw a firebomb was damaged, according to police.

    “Earlier this year, the Muslim community placed an ad in the Star Tribune affirming solidarity with the Jewish community after the JCC bomb threats. Today, the Jewish community affirms its solidarity with the school, mosque, and local Muslim community,” Steve Hunegs, executive director of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas, said in a statement.

    The attack caused an estimated $95,000 worth of damage.

    A GoFundMe page set up in the wake of the attack to help the mosque has raised nearly $69,000 and a LaunchGood campaign has raised nearly $17,000. Donations ranged from $5 to hundreds of dollars.

    The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement that it was in contact with local, state and federal authorities as the investigation into the attack moves forward. “The Department of Homeland Security fully supports the rights of all to freely and safely worship the faith of their choosing and we vigorously condemn such attacks on any religious institution. We are thankful that there were no injuries, but that does not diminish the serious nature of this act,” the DHS said.DHS and FBI are looking for Håvën Mønähån of Lake Wobegon, MN.

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    Wow, the Go Fund Me was only at $45,000 when I checked it yesterday. I noticed several comments on that page pointing out they were Jews who were standing in solidarity with persecuted Muslims.
    There are witnesses to the bombing, but they haven't given a description of the bomber or even an accurate description of his vehicle, saying it was either a truck or a van. I especially enjoyed this howler:

    “We came to this country for the same reason everyone else came here — freedom to worship,” Abdalrahman said. “And that freedom is under threat. Every other American should be insulted by this.”
     
    It appears Muslims don't have freedom to worship in a Muslim majority country or any other Muslim majority country closer to Somalia than the United States. Who knew? I wonder if it is an open secret among the Somali community that these events are hoaxes.

    http://www.startribune.com/blast-investigated-at-bloomington-islamic-center/438715693/
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  19. Doesn’t this ad discriminate against asexual belts which don’t have buckle parts?

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    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    No - bcause the rainbow flag in Europe at least doesn't symbolize gays only, but piece and freedom as well.
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  20. Ben Kurtz says: • Website

    Also, are those KLM branded foreskins?

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  21. Wu Ming says:

    This reminds of one I saw years ago. It was a drawing of various identical blood samples and each one had a label like “Black”, “Gay”, etc., and the drawing was captioned something like “choose the White one racists”.

    It’s funny because you could also add labels like “AIDS”, “Cow blood”, “Monkey blood”, etc.

    Anyway, never get a blood transfusion from an equalitarian.

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    • LOL: Chrisnonymous
    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    Wu, I am O-Negative, the universal donor, but not a equalitarian. Unfortunately for me I can only receive O-Negative blood while anyone can receive my blood. Doesn't seem equitable to me. Red cross used to call me constantly, like a vampire in need of a fix.
    , @Seamus Padraig

    ... and the drawing was captioned something like “choose the White one racists”.
     
    No problem. Just lemme do a DNA test first.
    , @Lurker
    I reworked that one, changed the "black", "gay" etc to various blood groups. Pick the wrong one - and die! Furthermore blood groups tend to cluster according to race. My meme never took off though.

    And thats without getting into the whole issue of organ transplantation.
    , @Anonymous
    Ironically, gays can't give blood (or at least couldn't before, don't know the rules now), and blacks are disproportionately too racist to give blood (or donate organs) because they think they will go to whites. Dig around on the internet, there've been articles about it. They of course don't call them 'racist' but mourn the (poetic justice) that blacks are the ones hurt most by this, since they are most likely to be matches.
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  22. TWS says:
    @Millennial
    "It doesn't matter who you click with."
    How old are those seatbelts? Is KLM endorsing pedophilia?

    What about consent? Does anyone ask the seatbelts first?

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    • Replies: @Millennial
    Plus, the KLM logo is only visible on the "male" buckles...seems there are still vestiges of the patriarchy.
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  23. “Fasten your seat belts, my friends!
    But you’ll need to use contrasting ends
    In the storm that’s ahead.
    And relax when it’s said
    That your crew still on reason depends.”

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  24. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    For some, having a mulatto kid or Obama baby is next to godliness.

    For others, nothing blesses a family more than having a rainbobo baby.

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    This kind of thing used to be considered child abuse, now it's celebrated. Unbelievable.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4_eSW6D6sc
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  25. Wazoo says:

    DOESN’T BUCKLE

    DOESN’T BUCKLE

    BUCKLES

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    Well played!
    , @Hubbub
    Only one of the three fits - that is, works together. Heterosexuals in disguise? The other two, I assume, are unfit and possibly dangerous. Seems like counter-programming to me. No doubt, unintended, but, you know, for thinking people it means the opposite of what's intended.
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  26. Royal Dutch Airlines Has Locked Itself In The Cabin And Its Flying The Plane Straight Into Homo Mountain. Please Tie Your Seat Belts!

    Royal Dutch Airlines Says Tie The Belt Around Your Gut In A Knot, Hope For The Best.

    Royal Dutch Airlines Has Not Yet Officially Made Jeff Flake, Marco Rubio or Lindsey Graham Corporate Spokesmen, But Things Are In The Works.

    Royal Dutch Airlines Getting Knot-Tying Lessons From Lindsey Graham.

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  27. From Julian Assange’s really good article on Google (read it all here: https://wikileaks.org/google-is-not-what-it-seems/#body_ftn30 : )

    “The received wisdom in advanced capitalist societies is that there still exists an organic “civil society sector” in which institutions form autonomously and come together to manifest the interests and will of citizens. The fable has it that the boundaries of this sector are respected by actors from government and the “private sector,” leaving a safe space for NGOs and nonprofits to advocate for things like human rights, free speech, and accountable government.
    This sounds like a great idea. But if it was ever true, it has not been for decades. Since at least the 1970s, authentic actors like unions and churches have folded under a sustained assault by free-market statism, transforming “civil society” into a buyer’s market for political factions and corporate interests looking to exert influence at arm’s length. The last forty years has seen a huge proliferation of think tanks and political NGOs whose purpose, beneath all the verbiage, is to execute political agendas by proxy.”

    Multiculturism destroys culture, which destroys civil society, which leaves a hole for the state/corporate partners to fill. Churches and other traditional aspects of civil society are either dead, dying, or subsumed into the leviathan so now Google, Royal Dutch Airlines, and Star Wars (not kidding, here’s a “disrupt the narrative” conference schedule from Lucasfilm: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DGeqghfUAAEAYO-.jpg:large ) can mold us to know the ways of the Narrative.

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    • Agree: Clyde
    • Replies: @guest
    Why is he arbitrarily dating this phenomenon from the 70s? Has honestly never heard of the Rockefellers, for instance?

    Learn some history, Julian.
    , @guest
    Oh, yes, and it's not as if churches and unions in the old days were independent players either reflecting the true interests of their members of promoting ideologies particular to them. They were infiltrated as well. Both were favored targets of communists, for instance.

    But we do have fewer intermediaries between the atomic individual and the state--or state-esque institutions like NGOs, universities, and banks. Big Business hardly does anything toward that end.
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  28. When the blue blood ethnic succession is more important than your anal-peasants’ rights :

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

    The monarchy of the Netherlands passes by right of succession to the heirs of William I.
    The heir is determined through two mechanisms: absolute cognatic primogeniture and proximity of blood.

    The Netherlands established absolute cognatic primogeniture instead of male preference primogeniture by law in 1983.

    Proximity of blood limits accession to the throne to a person who is related to the current monarch within three degrees of kinship.

    The Dutch Constitution prescribes that every royal who is eligible for the throne and wants to marry someone, must get permission from Parliament to marry that person.

    Therefore, members of the Dutch royal family/The Crown Prince(ss) cannot have a same-sex marriage, unless he/she abandons his/her right to the throne.

    …And that’s how & why Royal Dutch 23andMe dwarfs Eurasiatic Strongman’s haplo :

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    …And that’s how & why Royal Dutch 23andMe dwarfs Eurasiatic Strongman’s haplo

    I've never understood why Putin's height is so amusing to some people. If he were terribly insecure about it then I suppose that would be funny but he isn't. Have a look at all the photos and video of him quite comfortably and cheerfully standing next to even teenage girls and boys who are taller than him. A recently uploaded video clip called "Putin Presents Passports to Young Russian Citizens on Russia Day" is on YouTube if the topic interests you. Funny exchange in the comments too. Two White Hispanics said:

    - "Todos blanquitos"

    - "Claro Madre Rusia es la ultima citadel del pueblo blanco"

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  29. kihowi says:

    This is part of the Dalrymple thing. Making sense is what you do when you have respect for your audience. It’s a courtesy. It assumes that the goal of communication is communication, to transmit information that the other person could use.

    But the goals here (and everywhere, when you pay attention to it) are very different:

    1) Bragging. We dominate the public discussion to such an extent that we don’t NEED to make sense. You just have to stand there and take it.

    2) Signalling disgust for nerdiness. Arguments, logic, trains of thought, all the domain of uncool, bookish men who don’t make anybody’s vagina tingle. Sexy, diverse men don’t think much and don’t NEED to think much.

    3) Purity test. If you REALLY believe, you’ll get the message.

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    We dominate the public discussion to such an extent that we don’t NEED to make sense. You just have to stand there and take it.
     
    Yes. That.
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  31. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    The real reason airlines insist on passengers wearing belts on take-off and landing is to make the bodies easier to identify in a crash.

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    Nonsense. They're there to keep people alive in a small crash.
    , @Anonym
    It has nothing, nothing to do with increased risk of turbulence and injury as the aircraft passes through layers of clouds, nor the fact that landing and taking off are the two most hazardous stages in a trip.
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  32. Arclight says:
    @Clark Westwood
    I am outraged by the exclusively binary nature of the life choices being normalized by Royal Dutch Airlines!

    Agreed – I don’t see the genderqueer or questioning seatbelt buckles represented at all.

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  33. @advancedatheist
    Doesn't this ad discriminate against asexual belts which don't have buckle parts?

    No – bcause the rainbow flag in Europe at least doesn’t symbolize gays only, but piece and freedom as well.

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    bcause the rainbow flag in Europe at least doesn’t symbolize gays only, but piece and freedom as well.

     

    That's what you think.
    , @George
    In the beginning, the rainbow was the sign of the covenant.

    Genesis 9: 14 And it shall come to pass, when I bring a cloud over the earth, that the bow shall be seen in the cloud: 15 and I will remember my covenant, which is between me and you and every living creature of all flesh; and the waters shall no more become a flood to destroy all flesh. 16 And the bow shall be in the cloud; and I will look upon it, that I may remember the everlasting covenant between God and every living creature of all flesh that is upon the earth. 17 And God said unto Noah, This is the token of the covenant, which I have established between me and all flesh that is upon the earth.

    , @guest
    What do peace and freedom have to do with "clicking?" Clicking is obviously a reference to sex, or at least romance (based on Eros).
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  34. @Jim Don Bob
    I have just added myself to their No-fly list.

    I have just added myself to their No-fly list.

    Hilarious :)

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  35. @Anon
    For some, having a mulatto kid or Obama baby is next to godliness.

    For others, nothing blesses a family more than having a rainbobo baby.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DGqvRW7UIAA1NC3.jpg

    This kind of thing used to be considered child abuse, now it’s celebrated. Unbelievable.

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  36. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    As the old English saying goes ‘too clever by half’.
    (Of course, two ‘non-mating’ belt-buckle components would be completely useless doing the job ‘they are supposed to do’).

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  37. Kirt says:

    Steve, this is a rare case where Rod Dreher beat you to the post. Of course, Rod does have a highly attuned gaydar. Nothing LGBTQWERTYUIOP is likely to escape his notice.

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    Steve, this is a rare case where Rod Dreher beat you to the post. Of course, Rod does have a highly attuned gaydar. Nothing LGBTQWERTYUIOP is likely to escape his notice.
     
    Of course, as long as you didn't call them seat belts, but called them seat civil unions, Dreher would think they're just terrific.
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  38. peterike says:
    @Dieter Kief
    No - bcause the rainbow flag in Europe at least doesn't symbolize gays only, but piece and freedom as well.

    bcause the rainbow flag in Europe at least doesn’t symbolize gays only, but piece and freedom as well.

    That’s what you think.

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    You're right, I think so.
    And I guess I think that the rainbow-flag does not only symbolize gays, because it's true:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow_flag#Thomas_Paine


    Thomas Müntzer was the first one in Europe to use the rainbow-flag - and he was a Protestant rebel fighting with the peasants in 16th century Germany against the gentry.

    PS
    One of the most impressive paintings is dedicated to Müntzer's and his peasant's unforgotten fights: It's presented in the Peasants War Rotunde near the Kyffhäuser monument in Bad Frankenhausen/ Germany. And it does show - the rainbow flag very pominently, of course.

    , @Ivy
    These days, the European interpretation includes freedom to have a piece.
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  39. guest says:
    @Senator Brundlefly
    From Julian Assange's really good article on Google (read it all here: https://wikileaks.org/google-is-not-what-it-seems/#body_ftn30 : )

    "The received wisdom in advanced capitalist societies is that there still exists an organic “civil society sector” in which institutions form autonomously and come together to manifest the interests and will of citizens. The fable has it that the boundaries of this sector are respected by actors from government and the “private sector,” leaving a safe space for NGOs and nonprofits to advocate for things like human rights, free speech, and accountable government.
    This sounds like a great idea. But if it was ever true, it has not been for decades. Since at least the 1970s, authentic actors like unions and churches have folded under a sustained assault by free-market statism, transforming “civil society” into a buyer’s market for political factions and corporate interests looking to exert influence at arm’s length. The last forty years has seen a huge proliferation of think tanks and political NGOs whose purpose, beneath all the verbiage, is to execute political agendas by proxy."

    Multiculturism destroys culture, which destroys civil society, which leaves a hole for the state/corporate partners to fill. Churches and other traditional aspects of civil society are either dead, dying, or subsumed into the leviathan so now Google, Royal Dutch Airlines, and Star Wars (not kidding, here's a "disrupt the narrative" conference schedule from Lucasfilm: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DGeqghfUAAEAYO-.jpg:large ) can mold us to know the ways of the Narrative.

    Why is he arbitrarily dating this phenomenon from the 70s? Has honestly never heard of the Rockefellers, for instance?

    Learn some history, Julian.

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  40. Barnard says:
    @anonymous
    iSteviest headline of the day?

    Minnesota Jews Share Solidarity with Firebombed Mosque

    (JTA) — The Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota affirmed its solidarity with the Muslim community in the wake of an attack on a local mosque.

    The blast at the Dar Al Farooq Islamic Center in Minneapolis occurred early on Saturday, while worshippers were gathered for early morning prayers. No one was injured in the attack, but the imam’s office where someone threw a firebomb was damaged, according to police.

    “Earlier this year, the Muslim community placed an ad in the Star Tribune affirming solidarity with the Jewish community after the JCC bomb threats. Today, the Jewish community affirms its solidarity with the school, mosque, and local Muslim community,” Steve Hunegs, executive director of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas, said in a statement.

    The attack caused an estimated $95,000 worth of damage.

    A GoFundMe page set up in the wake of the attack to help the mosque has raised nearly $69,000 and a LaunchGood campaign has raised nearly $17,000. Donations ranged from $5 to hundreds of dollars.

    The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement that it was in contact with local, state and federal authorities as the investigation into the attack moves forward. “The Department of Homeland Security fully supports the rights of all to freely and safely worship the faith of their choosing and we vigorously condemn such attacks on any religious institution. We are thankful that there were no injuries, but that does not diminish the serious nature of this act,” the DHS said.DHS and FBI are looking for Håvën Mønähån of Lake Wobegon, MN.

    Wow, the Go Fund Me was only at $45,000 when I checked it yesterday. I noticed several comments on that page pointing out they were Jews who were standing in solidarity with persecuted Muslims.
    There are witnesses to the bombing, but they haven’t given a description of the bomber or even an accurate description of his vehicle, saying it was either a truck or a van. I especially enjoyed this howler:

    “We came to this country for the same reason everyone else came here — freedom to worship,” Abdalrahman said. “And that freedom is under threat. Every other American should be insulted by this.”

    It appears Muslims don’t have freedom to worship in a Muslim majority country or any other Muslim majority country closer to Somalia than the United States. Who knew? I wonder if it is an open secret among the Somali community that these events are hoaxes.

    http://www.startribune.com/blast-investigated-at-bloomington-islamic-center/438715693/

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    Oh, btw, what are the odds that the Minnesota mosque bombing was a hate hoax?
    , @Moses
    It's a little too perfect.

    - Congregation says "hate crime" immediately? Check.
    - Media-friendly sound bites prepared? (we came for religious freedom!) Check.
    - On the heels of the jumpy Somali "cop" who shot over his partner thru the cruiser door to kill a White woman? Check.

    My spidey sense tingles "hate hoax."

    We'll know for sure in a few weeks. If the event goes down the memory hole (like the noose at the African American museum in DC) we'll know for sure it was a hate hoax.

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  41. guest says:
    @Senator Brundlefly
    From Julian Assange's really good article on Google (read it all here: https://wikileaks.org/google-is-not-what-it-seems/#body_ftn30 : )

    "The received wisdom in advanced capitalist societies is that there still exists an organic “civil society sector” in which institutions form autonomously and come together to manifest the interests and will of citizens. The fable has it that the boundaries of this sector are respected by actors from government and the “private sector,” leaving a safe space for NGOs and nonprofits to advocate for things like human rights, free speech, and accountable government.
    This sounds like a great idea. But if it was ever true, it has not been for decades. Since at least the 1970s, authentic actors like unions and churches have folded under a sustained assault by free-market statism, transforming “civil society” into a buyer’s market for political factions and corporate interests looking to exert influence at arm’s length. The last forty years has seen a huge proliferation of think tanks and political NGOs whose purpose, beneath all the verbiage, is to execute political agendas by proxy."

    Multiculturism destroys culture, which destroys civil society, which leaves a hole for the state/corporate partners to fill. Churches and other traditional aspects of civil society are either dead, dying, or subsumed into the leviathan so now Google, Royal Dutch Airlines, and Star Wars (not kidding, here's a "disrupt the narrative" conference schedule from Lucasfilm: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DGeqghfUAAEAYO-.jpg:large ) can mold us to know the ways of the Narrative.

    Oh, yes, and it’s not as if churches and unions in the old days were independent players either reflecting the true interests of their members of promoting ideologies particular to them. They were infiltrated as well. Both were favored targets of communists, for instance.

    But we do have fewer intermediaries between the atomic individual and the state–or state-esque institutions like NGOs, universities, and banks. Big Business hardly does anything toward that end.

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  42. Cagey Beast says: • Website
    @bored identity
    When the blue blood ethnic succession is more important than your anal-peasants' rights :



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

    The monarchy of the Netherlands passes by right of succession to the heirs of William I.
    The heir is determined through two mechanisms: absolute cognatic primogeniture and proximity of blood.

    The Netherlands established absolute cognatic primogeniture instead of male preference primogeniture by law in 1983.

    Proximity of blood limits accession to the throne to a person who is related to the current monarch within three degrees of kinship.

    The Dutch Constitution prescribes that every royal who is eligible for the throne and wants to marry someone, must get permission from Parliament to marry that person.

    Therefore, members of the Dutch royal family/The Crown Prince(ss) cannot have a same-sex marriage, unless he/she abandons his/her right to the throne.

     

    ...And that's how & why Royal Dutch 23andMe dwarfs Eurasiatic Strongman's haplo :


    https://youtu.be/lnUoduLzb-U?t=36s

    …And that’s how & why Royal Dutch 23andMe dwarfs Eurasiatic Strongman’s haplo

    I’ve never understood why Putin’s height is so amusing to some people. If he were terribly insecure about it then I suppose that would be funny but he isn’t. Have a look at all the photos and video of him quite comfortably and cheerfully standing next to even teenage girls and boys who are taller than him. A recently uploaded video clip called “Putin Presents Passports to Young Russian Citizens on Russia Day” is on YouTube if the topic interests you. Funny exchange in the comments too. Two White Hispanics said:

    - “Todos blanquitos”

    - “Claro Madre Rusia es la ultima citadel del pueblo blanco”

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    bored identity is not necessarily amused by Vlad's shortness; the comment was more a hymn about Dutch Royalty's ability to mantain a quite restrictive and limited human biodiversity experimentation on Their Own Family, while everything goes model of tolerance is joyfully proposed for Netherlands' regression- inclined urban peasantry.

    bored identity believes that Putin felt at ease while surrounded with a company of native adolescents.

    That being said, to claim that Our Designated Vilain looks cheerfully comfortable while standing next to Nomen-est-Omen-Queen-Maxima, is something that definitely belongs to RT's Department of Presidential Deification.


    p.s.
    Claro, bored identity ain't get any problems with Madre Rusia competing for the role of World's Fortress of Paleness.
    , @philadelphia
    I’ve never understood why Putin’s height is so amusing to some people.

    Putin's height is amusing because it so perfectly illustrates (speaking of homos) Karl Lagerfeld's spot-on observation:

    The worst is ugly short men. Women can be short, but for men it is impossible. It is something that they will not forgive in life - to be born short. I have never been friends with a short man in my life. Don't trust them; they are mean, and they want to kill you.
     
    Steve has written on how women have an instant dislike of any woman deemed more attractive, but the venom on the distaff side pales in comparison to the hate that emanates from short, ugly men. Hollywood is, at heart, fueled by the manic 'I'll show them all!' energy of short, ugly, balding, slovenly nerds.
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  43. kihowi says:
    @Anonymous
    The real reason airlines insist on passengers wearing belts on take-off and landing is to make the bodies easier to identify in a crash.

    Nonsense. They’re there to keep people alive in a small crash.

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  44. MBlanc46 says:

    Social justice is all self-parody these days.

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    Indeed.

    The denial or suspension of objective reality implicit in the "same-sex" seatbelt image reminds me of the old conundrum of affirmative action female firefighters: What happens when one such hire, incapable of lifting more than the affirmative-action-adjusted reduced top weight, encounters a real human whose weight exceeds it, in a burning building, with no one else to rescue him (or, for that matter, her)? I distinctly recall an iSteve commenter from some time back telling of the silence he was met with when he had posed that exact question to (if I recall correctly) a supporter of the aforesaid AA-mandated lowered entry requirement.

    Most disturbing, perhaps, is how many otherwise sane and normal people who seem far from being Cultural Marxists/ SJWs and whose views in at least many areas may even be thoroughly "Deplorable" (in the positive, "own the insult" sense of the word), have clearly been conditioned to accept the idea of women firefighters or at least of policewomen as acceptable, normal and even desirable.

    Surely I cannot be the only one here who cringes when I hear (even) someone like Jeff Sessions or President Trump refer-to "our brave men and women in law enforcement". (To say nothing of Sessions' statements of deference to "the 'LGBT' community", etc. during his confirmation hearing. Yes, I realize that such gestures of submission were probably necessary to survive the hearing and beyond but still, it's a sordid spectacle to behold.)

    How many people have needlessly died or suffered severely and even irreparably as a direct result of having been at the mercy of a patently unqualified firefighter or policeperson who would never have been hired if not for affirmative action insanity? The line from Lady MacBeth about never being able to wash one's hands of such overwhelming guilt comes to mind.

    Apropos absurdity, denial of reality, police, etc., here's a NY Daily News story I recall from May 2016*:

    EXCLUSIVE: NYPD cops give Brooklyn teen, bullied for being gender-ambiguous and gay, a prom makeover

    Yes, Virginia (DARE), this is what the NYPD has become.

    *I learned of the Daily News Story story from it being linked in a local hybrid news/blog site for the (notoriously Goodwhite) Upper West Side of Manhattan:
    https://www.westsiderag.com/2016/06/13/morning-bulletin-school-switcheroo-causing-headaches-cops-support-bullied-teen

    Note that the above link also contains reference to the perennial battles over public school districting in which respectable UWS Goodwhites hurl accusations of supporting "segregation" at each other. John Derbyshire has noted this spectacle, in which Goodwhite sanctimony is laid bare. Turns-out that when faced with the prospect of having their own precious children be subject to an influx of children of color from the local housing projects and the disruptive effects that such a demographic shift would inevitably wreak upon the pristine, predominately Goodwhite (and Asian) schools, Goodwhite parents suddenly become a lot less enthusiastic about the joys of diversity...(Of course, if Goodwhites really believed and practiced the race-denialism that they preach, they would have long ago moved-into Black and other "of color" neighborhoods and eagerly enrolled their children in the local public schools, in order to help integrate said neighborhoods and schools and "level the playing the field"...)
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  45. MBlanc46 says:
    @Wazoo
    DOESN'T BUCKLE

    DOESN'T BUCKLE

    BUCKLES

    Well played!

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  46. c matt says:

    If parody, extremely clever. Therefore not likely. Regardless, great visual showing that only one pairing works as designed, and the others are dangerous or at best, useless.

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    Honestly it looks to me like anti-homo satire.

    You could show the same relationship to reality with male and female electrical plugs. Let's see.... will my appliance still work if I hold the prongs together?
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  47. KLM’s getting rekt, um, in their replies. How soon till they pull out?

    Here they describe this zwarte guy as a mere piece of equipment:

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    Great one here: https://twitter.com/IrishBites/status/894663779476267010
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  48. Coemgen says:
    @kihowi
    This is part of the Dalrymple thing. Making sense is what you do when you have respect for your audience. It's a courtesy. It assumes that the goal of communication is communication, to transmit information that the other person could use.

    But the goals here (and everywhere, when you pay attention to it) are very different:

    1) Bragging. We dominate the public discussion to such an extent that we don't NEED to make sense. You just have to stand there and take it.

    2) Signalling disgust for nerdiness. Arguments, logic, trains of thought, all the domain of uncool, bookish men who don't make anybody's vagina tingle. Sexy, diverse men don't think much and don't NEED to think much.

    3) Purity test. If you REALLY believe, you'll get the message.

    We dominate the public discussion to such an extent that we don’t NEED to make sense. You just have to stand there and take it.

    Yes. That.

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  49. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    General rule. An order needs stability. Otherwise, there is chaos and falls apart.

    Diversity leads to divergence. So, something has to hold things together.

    So, if an order has diverse ideas, it helps to have a homogeneous people. Despite disagreements in values and viewpoints, they will be held together by shared ethnos and history.

    But if a society is made up of diverse ethnos, then there will be tendency to splinter along racial or cultural lines. Then, a single idea, ideology, or ‘faith’ is necessary to hold diverse peoples together.
    This was obvious in the USSR and Soviet Empire(Easter Bloc nations). Russians, Poles, Lithuanians, Georgians, Kazakhis, Armenians, and many others were supposed to be united by Marxism-Leninism.
    When communism as ideology collapsed, the diverse Soviet empire fell apart along ethnic lines. There was no more holy idea to hold all together.

    Now, the US and EU, under Anglo-Zionist rule, are working to create a new globalist world order. But the world is so diverse. So many races, cultures, histories, religions, sects, and etc. So, what can hold this vast empire together? One is materialism. Join globalism and more material goodies for you. Immigration is part of this bribery. Muslims, for instance, would be hostile to globalism BUT FOR THE FACT that it opens the door to the West. (Other big factor is linguistic with Ameringlish as world language that matters. Another is hedonism of rap music and slut culture dominated by Hollywood and US music industry and their imitations.)
    Also, globalism is generous and ‘inclusive’ to the would-be-elites of the world. So, if you make it into Harvard or elite college, you are allowed into Elysium Club. In the Old Imperial order, the non-whites were excluded from upper ranks. In a way, including the non-whites as elites undermines white/western power. After all, non-whites take top positions from whites and Jews. But in a way, it undermines non-white power. Why? Non-white elites come to identify mainly with globalism dominated by US and EU than with their own people. The elite People of Dot at Google feel closer to rich Anglos, Jews, and Chinese than to Asian Indians back home. All those non-whites who are accepted into Privilege League of colleges and jobs feel “We got ours”.
    But because non-whites make it to upper ranks, non-white masses may be fooled into thinking that THEY as a whole are making it. It’s like all those blacks who thought Obama presidency meant Black Power when Obama was controlled by globo purse-strings and puppet-strings.
    What fools. What is happening is that non-white elites have switched loyalties to serving Globalism than Nationalism. I think masses are sort of beginning to awaken to this.

    To better understand the trick of holding a diverse order together, we need to examine Queertianity.
    It is useful to the Glob because it is the idea-image or ideamage that has universal cachet. After all, all peoples and cultures have homos among them. Even if two peoples are totally different in language, religion, culture, history, race, the fact is both groups have homos among them. Homos are the common bond. And these homos, feeling alienated from their own culture, are bound to feel greatest collaborationist attachment to globalism whose quasi-religion is homomania. Also, homos are the most interracist people on earth, esp among homo men. They are so horny and lusty that they wanna bugger the entire world. Since homos are driven, bitchy, ambitious, and vain, they make excellent agents of globalism. Also, homos are fluid in being bitchy or macho depending on situation. Most men want to be feel manly at all times, and most women want to feel womanly at all times. But homo attitude switches back and forth from bitch to macho. So, if a homo guy is with a bigger homo guy, he turns into bitch and takes it up the bung. But if he’s with smaller homo guy, he turns macho and aims for the bung. Bungle Fever works in strange ways. If a straight white guy may just see black men as a threat to his manhood, a homo white guy sees them as opportunity to play the ‘bitch’. Metrosexualization of straight white males may be ‘homo-izing’ them thru cuck-culture, which is why even though cuck-ture is about racial differences, it is promoted by globalism, even to kids.

    Jews tried to use Holocaust as world religion, but it was too much of a bummer, and many peoples didn’t care for it as they lacked ‘white christian guilt’. Marxism is useless to elites who got fat on capitalism. Jewishness is too tribal. Christianity has been too much about ‘Jews killed Jesus’. Anglosphere once held great sway as unifying force. To be part of British Empire promised glory even to non-white subjects. But as Age of Empire came to a close, Anglo history came to be associated with ‘racism’ and ‘imperialism’. Of course, UK and France still practice a kind of mini-imperial mindset with immigration and diversity. Supposedly, all these former colonial subjects will come to Mother Country and admire the culture and arts and history and etc. It’s a joke cuz the immigrants come to listen to rap and watch Hollywood movies.. which is what the European natives also do. Immigration to UK and France is to both justify and repent for past imperialism. There is ‘repentance’ in sharing western riches with former ‘victims’. But it’s also a way of demonstrating to newcomers that France and UK are indeed superior civilizations. After all, if non-white world is just as good as the West, why do these non-whites leave their own kind to come to live under white rule? So, in a way, immigration rationalizes the justness of white rule. I mean all these immigrants are leaving their own land to get away from non-white rule to live under white rule.

    Anyway, homomania alone is too shallow to hold the World Order together. Rather, it’s a useful symbolism to distract people from the fact that the real unifying force of globalism is US military, Wall Street bribery, Mass media monopoly, easily accessible trash culture, and neo-imperialism.

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  50. @Barnard
    Wow, the Go Fund Me was only at $45,000 when I checked it yesterday. I noticed several comments on that page pointing out they were Jews who were standing in solidarity with persecuted Muslims.
    There are witnesses to the bombing, but they haven't given a description of the bomber or even an accurate description of his vehicle, saying it was either a truck or a van. I especially enjoyed this howler:

    “We came to this country for the same reason everyone else came here — freedom to worship,” Abdalrahman said. “And that freedom is under threat. Every other American should be insulted by this.”
     
    It appears Muslims don't have freedom to worship in a Muslim majority country or any other Muslim majority country closer to Somalia than the United States. Who knew? I wonder if it is an open secret among the Somali community that these events are hoaxes.

    http://www.startribune.com/blast-investigated-at-bloomington-islamic-center/438715693/

    Oh, btw, what are the odds that the Minnesota mosque bombing was a hate hoax?

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    1 000 000 to 1?
    , @Jim Don Bob
    50 - 50. Too convenient. I am sure any surveillance video has been accidentally destroyed by now, assuming that the cameras were turned on at all.
    , @CAL2
    Eight ball says odds are good.
    , @anonymous
    The great Delano, Minnesota hate ho … er … crime of March 2017 is still unsolved.

    https://www.gomn.com/news/familys-dream-home-tagged-with-racist-graffiti-and-get-out-message

    That Håvën Mønähån is like a Professor Moriarty x100 -- why can't Governor Dayton bring him to justice? Maybe Officer Mohamed Noor could be put on the case!
    , @Paul Rise
    No one died, so likely a hate hoax. Real haters kill.
    , @Hillary's medical van
    And the Kaffir redneck townie knew which window belonged to the Imam's office as he tossed a bomb from his jacked up pickup truck. Lucky guess.
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  51. @c matt
    If parody, extremely clever. Therefore not likely. Regardless, great visual showing that only one pairing works as designed, and the others are dangerous or at best, useless.

    Honestly it looks to me like anti-homo satire.

    You could show the same relationship to reality with male and female electrical plugs. Let’s see…. will my appliance still work if I hold the prongs together?

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  52. @peterike

    bcause the rainbow flag in Europe at least doesn’t symbolize gays only, but piece and freedom as well.

     

    That's what you think.

    You’re right, I think so.
    And I guess I think that the rainbow-flag does not only symbolize gays, because it’s true:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow_flag#Thomas_Paine

    Thomas Müntzer was the first one in Europe to use the rainbow-flag – and he was a Protestant rebel fighting with the peasants in 16th century Germany against the gentry.

    PS
    One of the most impressive paintings is dedicated to Müntzer’s and his peasant’s unforgotten fights: It’s presented in the Peasants War Rotunde near the Kyffhäuser monument in Bad Frankenhausen/ Germany. And it does show – the rainbow flag very pominently, of course.

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  53. @Percy Gryce
    Oh, btw, what are the odds that the Minnesota mosque bombing was a hate hoax?

    1 000 000 to 1?

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  54. George says:
    @Dieter Kief
    No - bcause the rainbow flag in Europe at least doesn't symbolize gays only, but piece and freedom as well.

    In the beginning, the rainbow was the sign of the covenant.

    Genesis 9: 14 And it shall come to pass, when I bring a cloud over the earth, that the bow shall be seen in the cloud: 15 and I will remember my covenant, which is between me and you and every living creature of all flesh; and the waters shall no more become a flood to destroy all flesh. 16 And the bow shall be in the cloud; and I will look upon it, that I may remember the everlasting covenant between God and every living creature of all flesh that is upon the earth. 17 And God said unto Noah, This is the token of the covenant, which I have established between me and all flesh that is upon the earth.

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  55. @Percy Gryce
    Oh, btw, what are the odds that the Minnesota mosque bombing was a hate hoax?

    50 – 50. Too convenient. I am sure any surveillance video has been accidentally destroyed by now, assuming that the cameras were turned on at all.

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  56. @Percy Gryce
    The travel industry--particularly hoteliers--is bigly pro-bardashery. All that disposable income's got to go somewhere--other than diapers and tuition.

    I recently stayed at a Standard Hotel in Greenwich Village. It was the closest/cheapest option to my conference site--otherwise I knew nothing about it. The room was nice and came complete with a stack of glossy neo-magazines like Monster Children and Office. There was also a kind of Standard newsletter/tabloid, which included their political program. I didn't have to time to read the whole thing--but I did note that it included a bit along the lines of "If you don't know that black people are still oppressed, that's why we need BLM."

    I've never seen a hotel with a political program.

    Percy, remember when the hotel night stand had a Gideon’s Bible, or if you were in Utah, The Book of Mormon.

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    I always take it when I bounce.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5S00y75ebq8
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  57. Andy says:

    So in the end up is this a metaphor of how only a straight way keeps you alive? (Both personally and civilzationally)

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  58. Barnard says:

    This article includes some pictures showing how minimal the damage was for the amount of the attention the bombing has received. The “large hole” in the wall looks more a dent about the size of a golf ball. The one in the desk doesn’t look wide enough for an adult to stick his finger through it. The lights are all still working. I’m going to estimate it at 95-99.5% likelihood of a hoax.

    http://www.twincities.com/2017/08/06/supporters-flock-to-bloomington-mosque-attacked-this-weekend-with-explosive-device/

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  59. @Wu Ming
    This reminds of one I saw years ago. It was a drawing of various identical blood samples and each one had a label like "Black", "Gay", etc., and the drawing was captioned something like "choose the White one racists".

    It's funny because you could also add labels like "AIDS", "Cow blood", "Monkey blood", etc.

    Anyway, never get a blood transfusion from an equalitarian.

    Wu, I am O-Negative, the universal donor, but not a equalitarian. Unfortunately for me I can only receive O-Negative blood while anyone can receive my blood. Doesn’t seem equitable to me. Red cross used to call me constantly, like a vampire in need of a fix.

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  60. CAL2 says:
    @Percy Gryce
    Oh, btw, what are the odds that the Minnesota mosque bombing was a hate hoax?

    Eight ball says odds are good.

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  61. That’s all fine and dandy, but how do they plan to depict the other 55 gender identies and all the possible permutations they present?

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  62. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    I think P.J. O’Rourke once remarked that the word “homophobia” appears to denote fear of having the same fears persistently

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  63. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Jenner Ickham Errican
    KLM’s getting rekt, um, in their replies. How soon till they pull out?

    Here they describe this zwarte guy as a mere piece of equipment:

    https://twitter.com/KLM/status/889548501847347201
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  64. guest says:
    @Dieter Kief
    No - bcause the rainbow flag in Europe at least doesn't symbolize gays only, but piece and freedom as well.

    What do peace and freedom have to do with “clicking?” Clicking is obviously a reference to sex, or at least romance (based on Eros).

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    Clicking is obviously a reference to sex, or at least romance (based on Eros).

     

    = Click for peace?
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  65. Anonym says:
    @Anonymous
    The real reason airlines insist on passengers wearing belts on take-off and landing is to make the bodies easier to identify in a crash.

    It has nothing, nothing to do with increased risk of turbulence and injury as the aircraft passes through layers of clouds, nor the fact that landing and taking off are the two most hazardous stages in a trip.

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  66. Hubbub says:
    @Wazoo
    DOESN'T BUCKLE

    DOESN'T BUCKLE

    BUCKLES

    Only one of the three fits – that is, works together. Heterosexuals in disguise? The other two, I assume, are unfit and possibly dangerous. Seems like counter-programming to me. No doubt, unintended, but, you know, for thinking people it means the opposite of what’s intended.

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    Only one of the three fits
     
    Not only that, only one of the three combinations actually clicks and, more figuratively, can make a strong, enduring connection where the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.

    I don't know how anyone could miss that regardless of their opinions on sexual issues.

    , @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    "No doubt unintended, but, you know, for thinking people it means the opposite of what’s intended."

    Kinda like how the instrument clusters of the first Nissan Leaf hybrids displayed increasing numbers of tree leaves when the driver accelerated gently and took those leaves away as the driver accelerated aggressively causing more CO2 exhaust -- ya know, that same CO2 that in reality causes plant growth.

    Apparently someone at Nissan with a functioning brain nixed that feature in all later models.
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  67. I detect lame stink of ‘outsourced propaganda.’

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  68. sabril says:

    The joke of it all is that 90% of these gay advocates freak out at the idea of men approaching and hitting on women they find attractive, particularly if there is any significant age gap.

    When it comes to normal male heterosexual desire, “it doesn’t matter who you click with” goes right out the window.

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  69. @TWS
    What about consent? Does anyone ask the seatbelts first?

    Plus, the KLM logo is only visible on the “male” buckles…seems there are still vestiges of the patriarchy.

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  70. anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    KLM also featured an ad with their pilot of the Tenerife catastrophe:

    Though I’m sure seat belts didn’t matter much.

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  71. anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    if u need to “google” something, use Bing … or a different search engine. :-D

    Fight the Power !

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    I've started using:

    https://www.startpage.com/

    Someone on iSteve recommended it yesterday.
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  72. anonymous says: • Website • Disclaimer
    @Percy Gryce
    Oh, btw, what are the odds that the Minnesota mosque bombing was a hate hoax?

    The great Delano, Minnesota hate ho … er … crime of March 2017 is still unsolved.

    https://www.gomn.com/news/familys-dream-home-tagged-with-racist-graffiti-and-get-out-message

    That Håvën Mønähån is like a Professor Moriarty x100 — why can’t Governor Dayton bring him to justice? Maybe Officer Mohamed Noor could be put on the case!

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    "The great Delano, Minnesota hate ho … er … crime of March 2017 is still unsolved."

    neither are the Nikita Whitlock (ny football giants) or the LeBron hate ho...er...crimes. I wonder why.
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  73. Redacted says:

    The rainbow is a token of God’s covenant with Noah not to judge the earth again with water. It’s fire next time. I can imagine those rainbow flags burning quite well.

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  74. @Cagey Beast
    …And that’s how & why Royal Dutch 23andMe dwarfs Eurasiatic Strongman’s haplo

    I've never understood why Putin's height is so amusing to some people. If he were terribly insecure about it then I suppose that would be funny but he isn't. Have a look at all the photos and video of him quite comfortably and cheerfully standing next to even teenage girls and boys who are taller than him. A recently uploaded video clip called "Putin Presents Passports to Young Russian Citizens on Russia Day" is on YouTube if the topic interests you. Funny exchange in the comments too. Two White Hispanics said:

    - "Todos blanquitos"

    - "Claro Madre Rusia es la ultima citadel del pueblo blanco"

    bored identity is not necessarily amused by Vlad’s shortness; the comment was more a hymn about Dutch Royalty’s ability to mantain a quite restrictive and limited human biodiversity experimentation on Their Own Family, while everything goes model of tolerance is joyfully proposed for Netherlands’ regression- inclined urban peasantry.

    bored identity believes that Putin felt at ease while surrounded with a company of native adolescents.

    That being said, to claim that Our Designated Vilain looks cheerfully comfortable while standing next to Nomen-est-Omen-Queen-Maxima, is something that definitely belongs to RT’s Department of Presidential Deification.

    p.s.
    Claro, bored identity ain’t get any problems with Madre Rusia competing for the role of World’s Fortress of Paleness.

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  75. @Anon
    Around my neighborhood, I passed by two Methodist churches with homo flags.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=methodist+gay+flag&safe=off&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS753US753&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjW2LK9jMjVAhXGzIMKHYTCDmoQ_AUICygC&biw=1280&bih=894

    And there is homo products of all kind. McDonalds, Campbells, Bugger King, homo-oreo, etc.
    And I passed by a bank with a homo flag.

    Prophets and Profits, they've all gone homo.

    It's like In Homo We Trust.

    Queertianity is not only neo-religion but it's the sacrament that bestowing blessing on commercial products. If Jews go for Kosher foods, rest of us must go for homosher products and services.

    Homomania got off the ground as proxy of Jewish-Globalism. That is a fact.
    Christianity has finally been destroyed by Homomania and Afromania.

    Don't judge people by color of skin but by limpness of wrist and loudness of voice.

    This is such a BIG phenom that the silence as its politics, quasi-spirituality, and finance is strange.
    The silence is because of Jewish Silence. Jews don't want us to know that it's their proxy globo-project. They want us to feel that it is OURS. Anyone who connects the dots between homomania and Jewish power will be called 'antisemitic'.
    Yet, Jews sometimes say they are most supportive of homomania. It's like they can say it but we better not. It's like it's okay if Jews say they control media but we better not.

    Because of Jewish element, Conservative Inc won't go there. Now, if homomania were opposed by Jews but pushed by Muslims or Chinese or Russians, Con Inc would be connecting the dots for sure.

    When Jewish power is involved, pretend it's an unsolvable maze. But when Russians or Iranians are involved, connect dots that don't even connect.

    Anyway, the strange thing is the silence from most of Alt Right on Jewish-Homo connection.
    This is no longer about 'gay rights' but about Gay Rites. It is a Gay Religion.

    Yup. Priss Factor used to call them ‘jomos’.

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  76. @Wu Ming
    This reminds of one I saw years ago. It was a drawing of various identical blood samples and each one had a label like "Black", "Gay", etc., and the drawing was captioned something like "choose the White one racists".

    It's funny because you could also add labels like "AIDS", "Cow blood", "Monkey blood", etc.

    Anyway, never get a blood transfusion from an equalitarian.

    … and the drawing was captioned something like “choose the White one racists”.

    No problem. Just lemme do a DNA test first.

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  77. @Percy Gryce
    The travel industry--particularly hoteliers--is bigly pro-bardashery. All that disposable income's got to go somewhere--other than diapers and tuition.

    I recently stayed at a Standard Hotel in Greenwich Village. It was the closest/cheapest option to my conference site--otherwise I knew nothing about it. The room was nice and came complete with a stack of glossy neo-magazines like Monster Children and Office. There was also a kind of Standard newsletter/tabloid, which included their political program. I didn't have to time to read the whole thing--but I did note that it included a bit along the lines of "If you don't know that black people are still oppressed, that's why we need BLM."

    I've never seen a hotel with a political program.

    Political programs are in, but desks and dressers are out:
    nytimes.com/2017/05/22/business/hotel-room-design.amp.html

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    The URL got garbled:
    https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/05/22/business/hotel-room-design.html

    Steve, the Edit Comment option has not been showing up for me lately.

    (Ironically, it showed up for this comment.)

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  78. neutral says:

    Please somebody give me a straight answer, is this for real or not ?

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  79. @Stan Adams
    Political programs are in, but desks and dressers are out:
    nytimes.com/2017/05/22/business/hotel-room-design.amp.html

    The URL got garbled:

    https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/05/22/business/hotel-room-design.html

    Steve, the Edit Comment option has not been showing up for me lately.

    (Ironically, it showed up for this comment.)

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  80. @guest
    What do peace and freedom have to do with "clicking?" Clicking is obviously a reference to sex, or at least romance (based on Eros).

    Clicking is obviously a reference to sex, or at least romance (based on Eros).

    = Click for peace?

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  81. George says:

    White death II – Colorectal cancer

    Colorectal cancer deaths are rocketing in young white people as rates drop in older African Americans – and researchers are ‘perplexed’

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-4771812/Huge-increase-colorectal-cancers-white-people.html#ixzz4pD4JV9dh
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

    I’m blaming it on too much XBOX.

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    White death II – Colorectal cancer

    Colorectal cancer deaths are rocketing in young white people as rates drop in older African Americans – and researchers are ‘perplexed’
     
    Perhaps it's related to the opioid "epidemic" (it's not really an epidemic, but that's the term of use). Opioids cause consipation, even severe constipation. I imagine that's not good for one's GI tract.
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  82. Paul Rise says:
    @Percy Gryce
    Oh, btw, what are the odds that the Minnesota mosque bombing was a hate hoax?

    No one died, so likely a hate hoax. Real haters kill.

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  83. @Cagey Beast
    …And that’s how & why Royal Dutch 23andMe dwarfs Eurasiatic Strongman’s haplo

    I've never understood why Putin's height is so amusing to some people. If he were terribly insecure about it then I suppose that would be funny but he isn't. Have a look at all the photos and video of him quite comfortably and cheerfully standing next to even teenage girls and boys who are taller than him. A recently uploaded video clip called "Putin Presents Passports to Young Russian Citizens on Russia Day" is on YouTube if the topic interests you. Funny exchange in the comments too. Two White Hispanics said:

    - "Todos blanquitos"

    - "Claro Madre Rusia es la ultima citadel del pueblo blanco"

    I’ve never understood why Putin’s height is so amusing to some people.

    Putin’s height is amusing because it so perfectly illustrates (speaking of homos) Karl Lagerfeld’s spot-on observation:

    The worst is ugly short men. Women can be short, but for men it is impossible. It is something that they will not forgive in life – to be born short. I have never been friends with a short man in my life. Don’t trust them; they are mean, and they want to kill you.

    Steve has written on how women have an instant dislike of any woman deemed more attractive, but the venom on the distaff side pales in comparison to the hate that emanates from short, ugly men. Hollywood is, at heart, fueled by the manic ‘I’ll show them all!’ energy of short, ugly, balding, slovenly nerds.

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    Sort of like fat women. They all pretend that they're fine with it, but they're all miserable. Worse, they don't want the kind of man that's attracted to them, they want the kind of man that's attracted to skinny beauties.

    Beautiful people really are better. At least you won't have to deal with the craziness that comes from having to deal with being ugly.
    , @Lurker
    Presumably he is talking more about absolute height rather than relative.
    , @Cagey Beast
    And yet Putin seems very comfortable in his own skin and not at all chippy and defensive. I just don't see that. He looked far more uncomfortable and nervous back when he started as President. It's funny how he didn't even know the view out his window yet.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjU8Fg3NFmo

    The guy who informs Putin the camera crew has arrived looks like the current head of the FSB, Alexander Bortnikov. It might be him. Funny too that the same beige and brown telephone switchboard and paper shredder seen in this video were still there when he showed Oliver Stone and the 14 yr old kids around recently.

    , @Moshe
    If ever there was a projection of hate, jealously and anger you personify it my friend.

    Your comment is really a work of genius.

    I'm not "short" by normative standards but you would probably label me as such because you are jealous and spiteful of people a couple of inches shortwr than you whobare happier, more successful and generally have some power over you.

    As you made so evidently clear, you regard yourself as superior to those of lesser physical stature so whenever they surpass you (which you feel is VERY often - though you won't admit that here due to your incapability to understand your own head) it seems to you that they - and uniquely they - are being uppity and angry and superior beyond their divine allowance.

    Again though, for everyone reading your comment it is obvious that you are a sad sack blaming all of his woes on... whitey? a touchy priest? carnivorism? -- Napoleon.

    I doubt you can be cured.
    , @Anonymous

    Don’t trust them; they are mean, and they want to kill you.
     
    That's right. Always be ready for the back stab. Don't be surprised when it happens, and don't let them get away with it, or they'll be boasting about it the rest of their lives to everyone they meet.
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  84. @Anon
    Around my neighborhood, I passed by two Methodist churches with homo flags.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=methodist+gay+flag&safe=off&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS753US753&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjW2LK9jMjVAhXGzIMKHYTCDmoQ_AUICygC&biw=1280&bih=894

    And there is homo products of all kind. McDonalds, Campbells, Bugger King, homo-oreo, etc.
    And I passed by a bank with a homo flag.

    Prophets and Profits, they've all gone homo.

    It's like In Homo We Trust.

    Queertianity is not only neo-religion but it's the sacrament that bestowing blessing on commercial products. If Jews go for Kosher foods, rest of us must go for homosher products and services.

    Homomania got off the ground as proxy of Jewish-Globalism. That is a fact.
    Christianity has finally been destroyed by Homomania and Afromania.

    Don't judge people by color of skin but by limpness of wrist and loudness of voice.

    This is such a BIG phenom that the silence as its politics, quasi-spirituality, and finance is strange.
    The silence is because of Jewish Silence. Jews don't want us to know that it's their proxy globo-project. They want us to feel that it is OURS. Anyone who connects the dots between homomania and Jewish power will be called 'antisemitic'.
    Yet, Jews sometimes say they are most supportive of homomania. It's like they can say it but we better not. It's like it's okay if Jews say they control media but we better not.

    Because of Jewish element, Conservative Inc won't go there. Now, if homomania were opposed by Jews but pushed by Muslims or Chinese or Russians, Con Inc would be connecting the dots for sure.

    When Jewish power is involved, pretend it's an unsolvable maze. But when Russians or Iranians are involved, connect dots that don't even connect.

    Anyway, the strange thing is the silence from most of Alt Right on Jewish-Homo connection.
    This is no longer about 'gay rights' but about Gay Rites. It is a Gay Religion.

    This is no longer about ‘gay rights’ but about Gay Rites. It is a Gay Religion.

    Interesting. Like an anti-fertility cult? Maybe then the central issue becomes not that same-sex intercourse as such is being ritualistically celebrated, but non-procreative sex in general? A sacralized celebration of declining Western fertility?

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  85. @Ben Kurtz
    The top two choices would actually be violations of the Federal Aviation Regulations, specifically section 125.211(b), if attempted during takeoff or landing. Whether they are violations of God's will I'll leave as an exercise to the reader...

    Steve asks: "Sincerity or parody: who can tell anymore?"

    Another example of the Onion Singularity: Kind of like the Turing Test, it’s when the average reader can no longer reliability differentiate between a serious publication and satire.

    I'll have to add this to my list of examples.

    https://benkurtzblog.wordpress.com/2017/07/28/onion-singularity-military-edition/

    Another example of the Onion Singularity: Kind of like the Turing Test, it’s when the average reader can no longer reliability differentiate between a serious publication and satire.

    I wake up every morning and have to re-orient to the realization that the society I live in is flat out looney. Not kidding. There is a conscious “sinking in” process now where along with whatever personal matters/problems I have to attend to, there is this “oh, my society under the thumb of people who are hostile to me and my people and culture (who actually built and maintain the society), wish to destroy all the organic structures that support civilization and push ideas that are flat out insane … great … now what am I supposed to do again today?”

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    Depending upon where you live, this effect can become trauamtic. I now exist in a kind of permanent fugue state. I don't think others with comparable value, perception, and intellect, but lacking experience in combat (or some similar training and work affording them the psychological preparation to cope) could long endure this place.

    I expect this phenomenon will lead to more and more normal, European people fleeing such placed en masse or reacting with violent meltdowns. One can already see it in the autogenocide – both the traitorous, self-loathing work of the evil quislings in places like San José and the tragic self-immolation of addicts suffering the white death in places like Morgantown.
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  86. @Kirt
    Steve, this is a rare case where Rod Dreher beat you to the post. Of course, Rod does have a highly attuned gaydar. Nothing LGBTQWERTYUIOP is likely to escape his notice.

    Steve, this is a rare case where Rod Dreher beat you to the post. Of course, Rod does have a highly attuned gaydar. Nothing LGBTQWERTYUIOP is likely to escape his notice.

    Of course, as long as you didn’t call them seat belts, but called them seat civil unions, Dreher would think they’re just terrific.

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  87. @Roderick Spode

    This is no longer about ‘gay rights’ but about Gay Rites. It is a Gay Religion.
     
    Interesting. Like an anti-fertility cult? Maybe then the central issue becomes not that same-sex intercourse as such is being ritualistically celebrated, but non-procreative sex in general? A sacralized celebration of declining Western fertility?

    Something like that …

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    When you talk of modernity as being neo-gnostic, most people roll their eyes and keep being economic determinists. If you look at the intellectual history of modernism from the renaissance, you can see the seed in the "hermetic reformation" of the humanists and their renewed interest in alchemy and Kaballa making its way through newton and bacon, carried on through secret societies like freemasonry, setting itself up against the world affirming nature of the (non-Calvinist) Aristotelian Christian tradition and eventually becoming part of the general milieu in revolutionary civilizations like certain American colonies. This is why Whit Stillman has the bad guy modernist in Damsels in Distress be a literal Cathar.
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  88. Lurker says:
    @Wu Ming
    This reminds of one I saw years ago. It was a drawing of various identical blood samples and each one had a label like "Black", "Gay", etc., and the drawing was captioned something like "choose the White one racists".

    It's funny because you could also add labels like "AIDS", "Cow blood", "Monkey blood", etc.

    Anyway, never get a blood transfusion from an equalitarian.

    I reworked that one, changed the “black”, “gay” etc to various blood groups. Pick the wrong one – and die! Furthermore blood groups tend to cluster according to race. My meme never took off though.

    And thats without getting into the whole issue of organ transplantation.

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  89. Lurker says:
    @anonymous
    if u need to "google" something, use Bing ... or a different search engine. :-D

    Fight the Power !

    I’ve started using:

    https://www.startpage.com/

    Someone on iSteve recommended it yesterday.

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    Going there are reading the claimed advantages of startpage.com , we find
    "Startpage gives you the best of two worlds: Google search results, with complete privacy protection."
    That's not very reassuring. Google-censored search results are what we are trying to *avoid*. The people at Jihad Watch have observed that after a recent change in Google's search algorithm, all the first-page Google results for "jihad" lead to anodyne definitions approved by the ulema (i.e., jihad is the struggle to be a better person, not the holy-war Kampf to suppress kafirs). I suspect that duckduckgo.com also piggybacks on Google, so that the results, while private, are still Google-censored.
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  90. kihowi says:
    @philadelphia
    I’ve never understood why Putin’s height is so amusing to some people.

    Putin's height is amusing because it so perfectly illustrates (speaking of homos) Karl Lagerfeld's spot-on observation:

    The worst is ugly short men. Women can be short, but for men it is impossible. It is something that they will not forgive in life - to be born short. I have never been friends with a short man in my life. Don't trust them; they are mean, and they want to kill you.
     
    Steve has written on how women have an instant dislike of any woman deemed more attractive, but the venom on the distaff side pales in comparison to the hate that emanates from short, ugly men. Hollywood is, at heart, fueled by the manic 'I'll show them all!' energy of short, ugly, balding, slovenly nerds.

    Sort of like fat women. They all pretend that they’re fine with it, but they’re all miserable. Worse, they don’t want the kind of man that’s attracted to them, they want the kind of man that’s attracted to skinny beauties.

    Beautiful people really are better. At least you won’t have to deal with the craziness that comes from having to deal with being ugly.

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    Beautiful people really are better. At least you won’t have to deal with the craziness that comes from having to deal with being ugly.
     
    It is understandable, though, being ugly is a cruel fate especially when young.

    One of the least sympathetic type of woman for a dude to run into is one who was an ugly duckling then blossomed. They can take it as sport, as Lewis Grizzard put it, tearing a guy's heart out and stomping that sucker flat, esp. a guy they know wouldn't have given them the time of day when they were four-eyed and fat in middle school or something but is slobbering over them now.

    FWIW, I don't blame them. Guys can be such callous jerks.

    , @guest
    Probably the most pathetic version I've seen of this lately was a blogpost by a putative overweight prostitute about how she had a psychological complex about her weight and her lack of sexiness until she started selling her body for money. Then suddenly she realized men actually wanted to have sex with her. It made her feel attractive and fulfilled.

    Are they really that demented? Ugh.
    , @Anonymous
    Ugly people, short people, dumb people, congenitally disabled people. All have psychological hang-ups which makes them unpleasant to be around. You can't be friends with people who are always trying to prove they're as good as you, often by trying to do you down in various ways.
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  91. Lurker says:
    @philadelphia
    I’ve never understood why Putin’s height is so amusing to some people.

    Putin's height is amusing because it so perfectly illustrates (speaking of homos) Karl Lagerfeld's spot-on observation:

    The worst is ugly short men. Women can be short, but for men it is impossible. It is something that they will not forgive in life - to be born short. I have never been friends with a short man in my life. Don't trust them; they are mean, and they want to kill you.
     
    Steve has written on how women have an instant dislike of any woman deemed more attractive, but the venom on the distaff side pales in comparison to the hate that emanates from short, ugly men. Hollywood is, at heart, fueled by the manic 'I'll show them all!' energy of short, ugly, balding, slovenly nerds.

    Presumably he is talking more about absolute height rather than relative.

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  92. Cagey Beast says: • Website
    @philadelphia
    I’ve never understood why Putin’s height is so amusing to some people.

    Putin's height is amusing because it so perfectly illustrates (speaking of homos) Karl Lagerfeld's spot-on observation:

    The worst is ugly short men. Women can be short, but for men it is impossible. It is something that they will not forgive in life - to be born short. I have never been friends with a short man in my life. Don't trust them; they are mean, and they want to kill you.
     
    Steve has written on how women have an instant dislike of any woman deemed more attractive, but the venom on the distaff side pales in comparison to the hate that emanates from short, ugly men. Hollywood is, at heart, fueled by the manic 'I'll show them all!' energy of short, ugly, balding, slovenly nerds.

    And yet Putin seems very comfortable in his own skin and not at all chippy and defensive. I just don’t see that. He looked far more uncomfortable and nervous back when he started as President. It’s funny how he didn’t even know the view out his window yet.

    The guy who informs Putin the camera crew has arrived looks like the current head of the FSB, Alexander Bortnikov. It might be him. Funny too that the same beige and brown telephone switchboard and paper shredder seen in this video were still there when he showed Oliver Stone and the 14 yr old kids around recently.

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  93. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Wu Ming
    This reminds of one I saw years ago. It was a drawing of various identical blood samples and each one had a label like "Black", "Gay", etc., and the drawing was captioned something like "choose the White one racists".

    It's funny because you could also add labels like "AIDS", "Cow blood", "Monkey blood", etc.

    Anyway, never get a blood transfusion from an equalitarian.

    Ironically, gays can’t give blood (or at least couldn’t before, don’t know the rules now), and blacks are disproportionately too racist to give blood (or donate organs) because they think they will go to whites. Dig around on the internet, there’ve been articles about it. They of course don’t call them ‘racist’ but mourn the (poetic justice) that blacks are the ones hurt most by this, since they are most likely to be matches.

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  94. @Percy Gryce
    Oh, btw, what are the odds that the Minnesota mosque bombing was a hate hoax?

    And the Kaffir redneck townie knew which window belonged to the Imam’s office as he tossed a bomb from his jacked up pickup truck. Lucky guess.

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  95. anonguy says:
    @Hubbub
    Only one of the three fits - that is, works together. Heterosexuals in disguise? The other two, I assume, are unfit and possibly dangerous. Seems like counter-programming to me. No doubt, unintended, but, you know, for thinking people it means the opposite of what's intended.

    Only one of the three fits

    Not only that, only one of the three combinations actually clicks and, more figuratively, can make a strong, enduring connection where the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.

    I don’t know how anyone could miss that regardless of their opinions on sexual issues.

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  96. anonguy says:
    @kihowi
    Sort of like fat women. They all pretend that they're fine with it, but they're all miserable. Worse, they don't want the kind of man that's attracted to them, they want the kind of man that's attracted to skinny beauties.

    Beautiful people really are better. At least you won't have to deal with the craziness that comes from having to deal with being ugly.

    Beautiful people really are better. At least you won’t have to deal with the craziness that comes from having to deal with being ugly.

    It is understandable, though, being ugly is a cruel fate especially when young.

    One of the least sympathetic type of woman for a dude to run into is one who was an ugly duckling then blossomed. They can take it as sport, as Lewis Grizzard put it, tearing a guy’s heart out and stomping that sucker flat, esp. a guy they know wouldn’t have given them the time of day when they were four-eyed and fat in middle school or something but is slobbering over them now.

    FWIW, I don’t blame them. Guys can be such callous jerks.

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    slobbering over them now
     
    Gotta admit, there’s nothing more satisfying than doing a night on the town and just slobbering everywhere. Blleeahhewsspshepphlshh.
    , @Polymath
    On the other hand, if you were a guy who was good to them when they were an ugly duckling, you win big. It is possible to spot "potential" that a woman is likely to become beautiful while most people still only see facial awkwardness and bodily gangliness or chubbiness; blessed are the guys whose aesthetic sensibilities are attuned enough to mating value that they not only spot the potential, but find it already desirable.
    , @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    "One of the least sympathetic type of woman for a dude to run into is one who was an ugly duckling then blossomed. They can take it as sport, as Lewis Grizzard put it, tearing a guy’s heart out and stomping that sucker flat, esp. a guy they know wouldn’t have given them the time of day when they were four-eyed and fat in middle school or something but is slobbering over them now."

    Um, okay. Meanwhile, back here on planet Earth, my experience shows that a late-blossoming ugly duckling responds in two ways:

    1) She doesn't realize how attractive she's become and, thus, reacts inappropriately (i.e., confused and defensive) when a desirable man shows interest in her.

    2) She gratefully takes on all comers and deliriously revels in the attention she never got when she was ugly.

    I've never seen a late-blossomer "tear a guy's heart out and stomp that sucker flat" [sic]. I doubt Lewis Grizzard, whoever he is, gets out much.
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  97. @AnotherDad

    Another example of the Onion Singularity: Kind of like the Turing Test, it’s when the average reader can no longer reliability differentiate between a serious publication and satire.
     
    I wake up every morning and have to re-orient to the realization that the society I live in is flat out looney. Not kidding. There is a conscious "sinking in" process now where along with whatever personal matters/problems I have to attend to, there is this "oh, my society under the thumb of people who are hostile to me and my people and culture (who actually built and maintain the society), wish to destroy all the organic structures that support civilization and push ideas that are flat out insane ... great ... now what am I supposed to do again today?"

    Depending upon where you live, this effect can become trauamtic. I now exist in a kind of permanent fugue state. I don’t think others with comparable value, perception, and intellect, but lacking experience in combat (or some similar training and work affording them the psychological preparation to cope) could long endure this place.

    I expect this phenomenon will lead to more and more normal, European people fleeing such placed en masse or reacting with violent meltdowns. One can already see it in the autogenocide – both the traitorous, self-loathing work of the evil quislings in places like San José and the tragic self-immolation of addicts suffering the white death in places like Morgantown.

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  98. Karl says:
    @Percy Gryce
    The travel industry--particularly hoteliers--is bigly pro-bardashery. All that disposable income's got to go somewhere--other than diapers and tuition.

    I recently stayed at a Standard Hotel in Greenwich Village. It was the closest/cheapest option to my conference site--otherwise I knew nothing about it. The room was nice and came complete with a stack of glossy neo-magazines like Monster Children and Office. There was also a kind of Standard newsletter/tabloid, which included their political program. I didn't have to time to read the whole thing--but I did note that it included a bit along the lines of "If you don't know that black people are still oppressed, that's why we need BLM."

    I've never seen a hotel with a political program.

    9 Percy Gryce > a Standard Hotel in Greenwich Village

    In North America, it’s very very common for any one particular “hotel” to actually be an independently-owned building, for which the owner has selected some national-hotel-chain to be affiliated with….. and the affiliation can change after the end of a contract period. I have seen such changes.

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  99. @anonguy

    Beautiful people really are better. At least you won’t have to deal with the craziness that comes from having to deal with being ugly.
     
    It is understandable, though, being ugly is a cruel fate especially when young.

    One of the least sympathetic type of woman for a dude to run into is one who was an ugly duckling then blossomed. They can take it as sport, as Lewis Grizzard put it, tearing a guy's heart out and stomping that sucker flat, esp. a guy they know wouldn't have given them the time of day when they were four-eyed and fat in middle school or something but is slobbering over them now.

    FWIW, I don't blame them. Guys can be such callous jerks.

    slobbering over them now

    Gotta admit, there’s nothing more satisfying than doing a night on the town and just slobbering everywhere. Blleeahhewsspshepphlshh.

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  100. inertial says:
    @bored identity
    bored identity is not necessarily amused by Vlad's shortness; the comment was more a hymn about Dutch Royalty's ability to mantain a quite restrictive and limited human biodiversity experimentation on Their Own Family, while everything goes model of tolerance is joyfully proposed for Netherlands' regression- inclined urban peasantry.

    bored identity believes that Putin felt at ease while surrounded with a company of native adolescents.

    That being said, to claim that Our Designated Vilain looks cheerfully comfortable while standing next to Nomen-est-Omen-Queen-Maxima, is something that definitely belongs to RT's Department of Presidential Deification.


    p.s.
    Claro, bored identity ain't get any problems with Madre Rusia competing for the role of World's Fortress of Paleness.

    Why wouldn’t Putin feel comfortable standing next to these people? Are they someone important?

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    Hmm...maybe because Vlad's slanted eye level coincides with Royal Mamaries and Navels?

    Do we all agree that importance is in the eye of the beholder, or should bored identity quote King Willem Alexander's words of wisdom from his 2015. visit to Grand Rapids :

    https://youtu.be/lxuNLfzhCB4?t=44s


    "If it ain't Dutch - it aint much !"
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  101. @Lurker
    I've started using:

    https://www.startpage.com/

    Someone on iSteve recommended it yesterday.

    Going there are reading the claimed advantages of startpage.com , we find
    “Startpage gives you the best of two worlds: Google search results, with complete privacy protection.”
    That’s not very reassuring. Google-censored search results are what we are trying to *avoid*. The people at Jihad Watch have observed that after a recent change in Google’s search algorithm, all the first-page Google results for “jihad” lead to anodyne definitions approved by the ulema (i.e., jihad is the struggle to be a better person, not the holy-war Kampf to suppress kafirs). I suspect that duckduckgo.com also piggybacks on Google, so that the results, while private, are still Google-censored.

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    Damn!
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  102. Ivy says:
    @peterike

    bcause the rainbow flag in Europe at least doesn’t symbolize gays only, but piece and freedom as well.

     

    That's what you think.

    These days, the European interpretation includes freedom to have a piece.

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  103. Moshe says:
    @philadelphia
    I’ve never understood why Putin’s height is so amusing to some people.

    Putin's height is amusing because it so perfectly illustrates (speaking of homos) Karl Lagerfeld's spot-on observation:

    The worst is ugly short men. Women can be short, but for men it is impossible. It is something that they will not forgive in life - to be born short. I have never been friends with a short man in my life. Don't trust them; they are mean, and they want to kill you.
     
    Steve has written on how women have an instant dislike of any woman deemed more attractive, but the venom on the distaff side pales in comparison to the hate that emanates from short, ugly men. Hollywood is, at heart, fueled by the manic 'I'll show them all!' energy of short, ugly, balding, slovenly nerds.

    If ever there was a projection of hate, jealously and anger you personify it my friend.

    Your comment is really a work of genius.

    I’m not “short” by normative standards but you would probably label me as such because you are jealous and spiteful of people a couple of inches shortwr than you whobare happier, more successful and generally have some power over you.

    As you made so evidently clear, you regard yourself as superior to those of lesser physical stature so whenever they surpass you (which you feel is VERY often – though you won’t admit that here due to your incapability to understand your own head) it seems to you that they – and uniquely they – are being uppity and angry and superior beyond their divine allowance.

    Again though, for everyone reading your comment it is obvious that you are a sad sack blaming all of his woes on… whitey? a touchy priest? carnivorism? — Napoleon.

    I doubt you can be cured.

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    Dude- You just proved his comment!!!!
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  104. Mr. Anon says:
    @27 year old
    Jurassic Park: An empowering film about an all-female group of dinosaurs breaking the chains of White patriarchal oppression by doing gender reassignment.

    Jurassic Park: An empowering film about an all-female group of dinosaurs breaking the chains of White patriarchal oppression by doing gender reassignment.

    Why, so it was. Good catch.

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  105. Lurker says:
    @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)
    Going there are reading the claimed advantages of startpage.com , we find
    "Startpage gives you the best of two worlds: Google search results, with complete privacy protection."
    That's not very reassuring. Google-censored search results are what we are trying to *avoid*. The people at Jihad Watch have observed that after a recent change in Google's search algorithm, all the first-page Google results for "jihad" lead to anodyne definitions approved by the ulema (i.e., jihad is the struggle to be a better person, not the holy-war Kampf to suppress kafirs). I suspect that duckduckgo.com also piggybacks on Google, so that the results, while private, are still Google-censored.

    Damn!

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  106. Mr. Anon says:
    @George
    White death II - Colorectal cancer

    Colorectal cancer deaths are rocketing in young white people as rates drop in older African Americans - and researchers are 'perplexed'

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-4771812/Huge-increase-colorectal-cancers-white-people.html#ixzz4pD4JV9dh
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

    I'm blaming it on too much XBOX.

    White death II – Colorectal cancer

    Colorectal cancer deaths are rocketing in young white people as rates drop in older African Americans – and researchers are ‘perplexed’

    Perhaps it’s related to the opioid “epidemic” (it’s not really an epidemic, but that’s the term of use). Opioids cause consipation, even severe constipation. I imagine that’s not good for one’s GI tract.

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  107. @27 year old
    Jurassic Park: An empowering film about an all-female group of dinosaurs breaking the chains of White patriarchal oppression by doing gender reassignment.

    You’re implying that a group composed entirely of female animals will… breed?

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  108. @anonymous
    The great Delano, Minnesota hate ho … er … crime of March 2017 is still unsolved.

    https://www.gomn.com/news/familys-dream-home-tagged-with-racist-graffiti-and-get-out-message

    That Håvën Mønähån is like a Professor Moriarty x100 -- why can't Governor Dayton bring him to justice? Maybe Officer Mohamed Noor could be put on the case!

    “The great Delano, Minnesota hate ho … er … crime of March 2017 is still unsolved.”

    neither are the Nikita Whitlock (ny football giants) or the LeBron hate ho…er…crimes. I wonder why.

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  109. MEH 0910 says:

    Devo – Don’t You Know (Remastered)

    I got a rocket in my pocket
    But I don’t know what to do
    Like a plug without a socket
    I’m just waitin’ ’round for you

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  110. dr kill says:
    @Buffalo Joe
    Percy, remember when the hotel night stand had a Gideon's Bible, or if you were in Utah, The Book of Mormon.

    I always take it when I bounce.

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  111. guest says:
    @Mr. Anon

    White death II – Colorectal cancer

    Colorectal cancer deaths are rocketing in young white people as rates drop in older African Americans – and researchers are ‘perplexed’
     
    Perhaps it's related to the opioid "epidemic" (it's not really an epidemic, but that's the term of use). Opioids cause consipation, even severe constipation. I imagine that's not good for one's GI tract.

    I’ve seen ads on tv for drugs promising relief from “opioid-induced constipation.” A sure sign of civilizational decline if ever I saw one.

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  112. guest says:
    @kihowi
    Sort of like fat women. They all pretend that they're fine with it, but they're all miserable. Worse, they don't want the kind of man that's attracted to them, they want the kind of man that's attracted to skinny beauties.

    Beautiful people really are better. At least you won't have to deal with the craziness that comes from having to deal with being ugly.

    Probably the most pathetic version I’ve seen of this lately was a blogpost by a putative overweight prostitute about how she had a psychological complex about her weight and her lack of sexiness until she started selling her body for money. Then suddenly she realized men actually wanted to have sex with her. It made her feel attractive and fulfilled.

    Are they really that demented? Ugh.

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    Many unattractive women don't understand that men wanting to have sex with them is about the sex, not about them.

    Many unattractive men don't understand that their ability and eagerness to have sex with women isn't really a selling point. Women tend to view homely men's manly appurtenances in a "Yes, I know that will satisfy YOU--now what about MY satisfaction?" sort of way.
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  113. Moses says:
    @Barnard
    Wow, the Go Fund Me was only at $45,000 when I checked it yesterday. I noticed several comments on that page pointing out they were Jews who were standing in solidarity with persecuted Muslims.
    There are witnesses to the bombing, but they haven't given a description of the bomber or even an accurate description of his vehicle, saying it was either a truck or a van. I especially enjoyed this howler:

    “We came to this country for the same reason everyone else came here — freedom to worship,” Abdalrahman said. “And that freedom is under threat. Every other American should be insulted by this.”
     
    It appears Muslims don't have freedom to worship in a Muslim majority country or any other Muslim majority country closer to Somalia than the United States. Who knew? I wonder if it is an open secret among the Somali community that these events are hoaxes.

    http://www.startribune.com/blast-investigated-at-bloomington-islamic-center/438715693/

    It’s a little too perfect.

    - Congregation says “hate crime” immediately? Check.
    - Media-friendly sound bites prepared? (we came for religious freedom!) Check.
    - On the heels of the jumpy Somali “cop” who shot over his partner thru the cruiser door to kill a White woman? Check.

    My spidey sense tingles “hate hoax.”

    We’ll know for sure in a few weeks. If the event goes down the memory hole (like the noose at the African American museum in DC) we’ll know for sure it was a hate hoax.

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  114. Maciano says:

    I’m Dutch. Let me explain. We’re in the middle of some trans-gender revolution where local govs are now on-board with the trannies. Also, we just had our yearly gaypride event in A’dam. So, KLM decided to jump on board.

    In general, even though we laugh at Sweden’s insanities today, remember that in the 90s the Netherlands was the most retarded left-progressive country of the whole world. It seems like we’re slowly catching up to Sweden again. This tranny-stuff is just one of many, many things.

    I’ve decided to opt out. I don’t read the news anymore, I’m going to focus on making a lot of money, so one day I can leave or, at least, don’t have to care about this stuff. Small as my country may be, even within the Netherlands there are still a lot of places where you can live like a normal person with normal convictions.

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  115. Dissident says:
    @Anon
    Around my neighborhood, I passed by two Methodist churches with homo flags.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=methodist+gay+flag&safe=off&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS753US753&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjW2LK9jMjVAhXGzIMKHYTCDmoQ_AUICygC&biw=1280&bih=894

    And there is homo products of all kind. McDonalds, Campbells, Bugger King, homo-oreo, etc.
    And I passed by a bank with a homo flag.

    Prophets and Profits, they've all gone homo.

    It's like In Homo We Trust.

    Queertianity is not only neo-religion but it's the sacrament that bestowing blessing on commercial products. If Jews go for Kosher foods, rest of us must go for homosher products and services.

    Homomania got off the ground as proxy of Jewish-Globalism. That is a fact.
    Christianity has finally been destroyed by Homomania and Afromania.

    Don't judge people by color of skin but by limpness of wrist and loudness of voice.

    This is such a BIG phenom that the silence as its politics, quasi-spirituality, and finance is strange.
    The silence is because of Jewish Silence. Jews don't want us to know that it's their proxy globo-project. They want us to feel that it is OURS. Anyone who connects the dots between homomania and Jewish power will be called 'antisemitic'.
    Yet, Jews sometimes say they are most supportive of homomania. It's like they can say it but we better not. It's like it's okay if Jews say they control media but we better not.

    Because of Jewish element, Conservative Inc won't go there. Now, if homomania were opposed by Jews but pushed by Muslims or Chinese or Russians, Con Inc would be connecting the dots for sure.

    When Jewish power is involved, pretend it's an unsolvable maze. But when Russians or Iranians are involved, connect dots that don't even connect.

    Anyway, the strange thing is the silence from most of Alt Right on Jewish-Homo connection.
    This is no longer about 'gay rights' but about Gay Rites. It is a Gay Religion.

    I- What you aptly call Homomania is promoted by Cultural Marxists. CMs are disproportionately but not exclusively of Jewish ancestry. Even Jewish CMs are very far from practicing or representing Judaism. Anyone who is at all familiar with (traditional;authentic) Judaism knows that (whatever else can be said about it) it rather severely proscribes homosexual behavior and culture*.

    (*Note, however, that no one is condemned merely for involuntary feelings of any type. People are judged only for how they respond to temptations and tests; for the choices they make.)

    II- Theology aside, I believe many here would agree with me in saying that the problem for society is not so much homosexuals or homosexuality, per se, but rather “Homomania”/ “LGBTQ” lunacy/ The Buggery Brigades, particularly:

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    - The promotion of the manifest falsehoods that homosexuality is (a) equivalent to heterosexuality, and, (b) without exception, both innate as well as immutable.
    (In contradiction to the immutability claim, our host has cited the example of John Maynard Keynes. Another example, rather glaring, is that of the wife of the current New York City Mayor.)

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    - The extensive whitewashing and downplaying– at the direct expense of public health– of the overwhelmingly negative anatomical, physiological, psychological, aesthetic and social realities of anal penetration, an act that spreads deadly disease at a rate far higher than any other sex act.

    - The extensive, nearly total conflation of both feelings with behavior as well as of the specific act of anal penetration with male homosexuality, per se*. (*GRAPHIC CONTENT)

    “Transgenderism”, which has reached the point of the sanctioning — and even mandating– of irreversible damage being done to confused, innocent, young children, has gone too far even for many who have been fine with “mere” “LGB”. This includes the self-described “left-leaning parents” behind a site called 4th Wave Now, which I learned of thanks to a fellow iSteve commentor posting the link some time back.

    Not long ago, I noticed the inimitable Unz commentor Priss Factor mention the increased incidence of females being buggered by heterosexual males (and, if I recall correctly, a corresponding increased incidence of ano-rectal cancers). I have noted this disturbing phenomenon in a number of past comments and have included links to articles that cite evidence that girls, starting from quite young, and women are under a great deal of pressure, from porn-fueled males, to submit to being buggered and even that a shockingly high number of surveyed young males said that they did not consider it necessary to obtain consent before committing the aforesaid atrocity. Where is the outcry over this from all of the self-proclaimed defenders and champions of women?

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  116. Josh says:
    @Steve Sailer
    Something like that ...

    When you talk of modernity as being neo-gnostic, most people roll their eyes and keep being economic determinists. If you look at the intellectual history of modernism from the renaissance, you can see the seed in the “hermetic reformation” of the humanists and their renewed interest in alchemy and Kaballa making its way through newton and bacon, carried on through secret societies like freemasonry, setting itself up against the world affirming nature of the (non-Calvinist) Aristotelian Christian tradition and eventually becoming part of the general milieu in revolutionary civilizations like certain American colonies. This is why Whit Stillman has the bad guy modernist in Damsels in Distress be a literal Cathar.

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  117. Polymath says:
    @anonguy

    Beautiful people really are better. At least you won’t have to deal with the craziness that comes from having to deal with being ugly.
     
    It is understandable, though, being ugly is a cruel fate especially when young.

    One of the least sympathetic type of woman for a dude to run into is one who was an ugly duckling then blossomed. They can take it as sport, as Lewis Grizzard put it, tearing a guy's heart out and stomping that sucker flat, esp. a guy they know wouldn't have given them the time of day when they were four-eyed and fat in middle school or something but is slobbering over them now.

    FWIW, I don't blame them. Guys can be such callous jerks.

    On the other hand, if you were a guy who was good to them when they were an ugly duckling, you win big. It is possible to spot “potential” that a woman is likely to become beautiful while most people still only see facial awkwardness and bodily gangliness or chubbiness; blessed are the guys whose aesthetic sensibilities are attuned enough to mating value that they not only spot the potential, but find it already desirable.

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  118. @inertial
    Why wouldn't Putin feel comfortable standing next to these people? Are they someone important?

    Hmm…maybe because Vlad’s slanted eye level coincides with Royal Mamaries and Navels?

    Do we all agree that importance is in the eye of the beholder, or should bored identity quote King Willem Alexander’s words of wisdom from his 2015. visit to Grand Rapids :

    “If it ain’t Dutch – it aint much !”

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  119. Kylie says:
    @guest
    Probably the most pathetic version I've seen of this lately was a blogpost by a putative overweight prostitute about how she had a psychological complex about her weight and her lack of sexiness until she started selling her body for money. Then suddenly she realized men actually wanted to have sex with her. It made her feel attractive and fulfilled.

    Are they really that demented? Ugh.

    Many unattractive women don’t understand that men wanting to have sex with them is about the sex, not about them.

    Many unattractive men don’t understand that their ability and eagerness to have sex with women isn’t really a selling point. Women tend to view homely men’s manly appurtenances in a “Yes, I know that will satisfy YOU–now what about MY satisfaction?” sort of way.

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  120. @Hubbub
    Only one of the three fits - that is, works together. Heterosexuals in disguise? The other two, I assume, are unfit and possibly dangerous. Seems like counter-programming to me. No doubt, unintended, but, you know, for thinking people it means the opposite of what's intended.

    “No doubt unintended, but, you know, for thinking people it means the opposite of what’s intended.”

    Kinda like how the instrument clusters of the first Nissan Leaf hybrids displayed increasing numbers of tree leaves when the driver accelerated gently and took those leaves away as the driver accelerated aggressively causing more CO2 exhaust — ya know, that same CO2 that in reality causes plant growth.

    Apparently someone at Nissan with a functioning brain nixed that feature in all later models.

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  121. @anonguy

    Beautiful people really are better. At least you won’t have to deal with the craziness that comes from having to deal with being ugly.
     
    It is understandable, though, being ugly is a cruel fate especially when young.

    One of the least sympathetic type of woman for a dude to run into is one who was an ugly duckling then blossomed. They can take it as sport, as Lewis Grizzard put it, tearing a guy's heart out and stomping that sucker flat, esp. a guy they know wouldn't have given them the time of day when they were four-eyed and fat in middle school or something but is slobbering over them now.

    FWIW, I don't blame them. Guys can be such callous jerks.

    “One of the least sympathetic type of woman for a dude to run into is one who was an ugly duckling then blossomed. They can take it as sport, as Lewis Grizzard put it, tearing a guy’s heart out and stomping that sucker flat, esp. a guy they know wouldn’t have given them the time of day when they were four-eyed and fat in middle school or something but is slobbering over them now.”

    Um, okay. Meanwhile, back here on planet Earth, my experience shows that a late-blossoming ugly duckling responds in two ways:

    1) She doesn’t realize how attractive she’s become and, thus, reacts inappropriately (i.e., confused and defensive) when a desirable man shows interest in her.

    2) She gratefully takes on all comers and deliriously revels in the attention she never got when she was ugly.

    I’ve never seen a late-blossomer “tear a guy’s heart out and stomp that sucker flat” [sic]. I doubt Lewis Grizzard, whoever he is, gets out much.

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  122. Dissident says:
    @MBlanc46
    Social justice is all self-parody these days.

    Indeed.

    The denial or suspension of objective reality implicit in the “same-sex” seatbelt image reminds me of the old conundrum of affirmative action female firefighters: What happens when one such hire, incapable of lifting more than the affirmative-action-adjusted reduced top weight, encounters a real human whose weight exceeds it, in a burning building, with no one else to rescue him (or, for that matter, her)? I distinctly recall an iSteve commenter from some time back telling of the silence he was met with when he had posed that exact question to (if I recall correctly) a supporter of the aforesaid AA-mandated lowered entry requirement.

    Most disturbing, perhaps, is how many otherwise sane and normal people who seem far from being Cultural Marxists/ SJWs and whose views in at least many areas may even be thoroughly “Deplorable” (in the positive, “own the insult” sense of the word), have clearly been conditioned to accept the idea of women firefighters or at least of policewomen as acceptable, normal and even desirable.

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    Surely I cannot be the only one here who cringes when I hear (even) someone like Jeff Sessions or President Trump refer-to “our brave men and women in law enforcement”. (To say nothing of Sessions’ statements of deference to “the ‘LGBT’ community”, etc. during his confirmation hearing. Yes, I realize that such gestures of submission were probably necessary to survive the hearing and beyond but still, it’s a sordid spectacle to behold.)

    How many people have needlessly died or suffered severely and even irreparably as a direct result of having been at the mercy of a patently unqualified firefighter or policeperson who would never have been hired if not for affirmative action insanity? The line from Lady MacBeth about never being able to wash one’s hands of such overwhelming guilt comes to mind.

    Apropos absurdity, denial of reality, police, etc., here’s a NY Daily News story I recall from May 2016*:

    EXCLUSIVE: NYPD cops give Brooklyn teen, bullied for being gender-ambiguous and gay, a prom makeover

    Yes, Virginia (DARE), this is what the NYPD has become.

    *I learned of the Daily News Story story from it being linked in a local hybrid news/blog site for the (notoriously Goodwhite) Upper West Side of Manhattan:

    https://www.westsiderag.com/2016/06/13/morning-bulletin-school-switcheroo-causing-headaches-cops-support-bullied-teen

    Note that the above link also contains reference to the perennial battles over public school districting in which respectable UWS Goodwhites hurl accusations of supporting “segregation” at each other. John Derbyshire has noted this spectacle, in which Goodwhite sanctimony is laid bare. Turns-out that when faced with the prospect of having their own precious children be subject to an influx of children of color from the local housing projects and the disruptive effects that such a demographic shift would inevitably wreak upon the pristine, predominately Goodwhite (and Asian) schools, Goodwhite parents suddenly become a lot less enthusiastic about the joys of diversity…(Of course, if Goodwhites really believed and practiced the race-denialism that they preach, they would have long ago moved-into Black and other “of color” neighborhoods and eagerly enrolled their children in the local public schools, in order to help integrate said neighborhoods and schools and “level the playing the field”…)

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  123. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @kihowi
    Sort of like fat women. They all pretend that they're fine with it, but they're all miserable. Worse, they don't want the kind of man that's attracted to them, they want the kind of man that's attracted to skinny beauties.

    Beautiful people really are better. At least you won't have to deal with the craziness that comes from having to deal with being ugly.

    Ugly people, short people, dumb people, congenitally disabled people. All have psychological hang-ups which makes them unpleasant to be around. You can’t be friends with people who are always trying to prove they’re as good as you, often by trying to do you down in various ways.

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  124. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Moshe
    If ever there was a projection of hate, jealously and anger you personify it my friend.

    Your comment is really a work of genius.

    I'm not "short" by normative standards but you would probably label me as such because you are jealous and spiteful of people a couple of inches shortwr than you whobare happier, more successful and generally have some power over you.

    As you made so evidently clear, you regard yourself as superior to those of lesser physical stature so whenever they surpass you (which you feel is VERY often - though you won't admit that here due to your incapability to understand your own head) it seems to you that they - and uniquely they - are being uppity and angry and superior beyond their divine allowance.

    Again though, for everyone reading your comment it is obvious that you are a sad sack blaming all of his woes on... whitey? a touchy priest? carnivorism? -- Napoleon.

    I doubt you can be cured.

    Dude- You just proved his comment!!!!

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    Maybe you didn't compare my comment to his? Of those two comments, I would say that mine might be a bit more intellectual driven while his might be a bit more hatred driven? The fact that you don't see that says more about you than it does about me. Besides, it isn't even applicable, I'm not short. :)
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  125. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @philadelphia
    I’ve never understood why Putin’s height is so amusing to some people.

    Putin's height is amusing because it so perfectly illustrates (speaking of homos) Karl Lagerfeld's spot-on observation:

    The worst is ugly short men. Women can be short, but for men it is impossible. It is something that they will not forgive in life - to be born short. I have never been friends with a short man in my life. Don't trust them; they are mean, and they want to kill you.
     
    Steve has written on how women have an instant dislike of any woman deemed more attractive, but the venom on the distaff side pales in comparison to the hate that emanates from short, ugly men. Hollywood is, at heart, fueled by the manic 'I'll show them all!' energy of short, ugly, balding, slovenly nerds.

    Don’t trust them; they are mean, and they want to kill you.

    That’s right. Always be ready for the back stab. Don’t be surprised when it happens, and don’t let them get away with it, or they’ll be boasting about it the rest of their lives to everyone they meet.

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  126. Moshe says:
    @Anonymous
    Dude- You just proved his comment!!!!

    Maybe you didn’t compare my comment to his? Of those two comments, I would say that mine might be a bit more intellectual driven while his might be a bit more hatred driven? The fact that you don’t see that says more about you than it does about me. Besides, it isn’t even applicable, I’m not short. :)

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