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From the Topeka Capital Journal:

Kansas State to suspend classes Tuesday for anti-racism walk, rally

Posted November 9, 2017 11:22 am – Updated November 9, 2017 06:35 pm
By Tim Carpenter [email protected]

Classes at Kansas State University will be suspended for two hours Tuesday to allow students, faculty and staff and members of the Manhattan community to participate in a unity walk and assembly in response to a series of racially charged incidents on campus.

President Richard Myers said the walk from coordinated starting points across campus would start at 1 p.m. and serve to introduce KSUnite, a communitywide program designed to declare “who we are, what we value and what we stand for.”

He is scheduled to share a “message of unity” at the gathering from 1:30 to 2:15 p.m. on the Anderson Hall lawn.

In the past week, a 21-year-old black student at Kansas State confessed to law enforcement officers to having defaced his own car with racist graffiti and slurs, including “whites only” and “go home,” in what was described as an out-of-control Halloween prank. No charges were filed against the student.

In October, a Jewish ceremonial tent was destroyed. Initially, it was investigated as anti-Semitic vandalism. Authorities later concluded the tent was damaged during inclement weather. …

 
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  1. Jim Jones would be impressed with that kool aide.

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    • Agree: Desiderius
    • Replies: @trutherator
    @newrouter: Peoples Temple survivors claimed at the time it a mass murder. One asked in a press conference why was the CIA there?

    It was is public knowledge that emissaries had just before been at the Russian Embassy to ask for asylum.

    What is rarely mentioned in Swamp News about the event is that the loudspeakers in Jonestown were nonstop readings of Karl Marx.
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  2. Sad

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  3. Maybe someone will be discovered not attending the walk, and this can count as a real hatecrime.

    Better: maybe the walkers themselves can discover these haters as they walk? They can search the library, perhaps.

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    • Replies: @Macumazahn
    If I were a student here and one of my classes was cancelled for this idiocy, I'd sue the school for a prorated refund of my tuition.
    If all those who are on the right side of this were to sue these so-called "universities" for breach of contract and refund of tuition, that might put a damper on the madness.
    , @Olorin
    The ungulate-bbq posse down at The Evergreen State College communicated that a staffer walked out of some "implicit bias" workshop recently after the presentation started with images including black men's corpses hanging from a lynchin' tree.

    Word as I received it was that he said in front of the entire class, and the instructor, that he found the content deeply offensive and wasn't going to stay.

    Listening in on the conversations, I concluded that this was not a "required" event, but that middle managers were providing heavy pressure on their employees and noting who did and didn't attend.

    Apparently viewing diversity-thrill snuff porn is now a requirement for employment in blue states' public sector.

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  4. Just one of these times, I’d like to see these students take action against the real culprits! In this case, that would be out-of-control Halloween and inclement weather. (After all, the black guy with the watercolors was never CONVICTED, so not to blame, right?)

    I’m very hopeful that one day lefty-chant-writers will get some new blood with some artistic talent, but for Tuesday’s marches, it’d probably be safest to go with the old standards:

    - “Hey ho, hey ho, pumpkins and candy corn have got to go!”

    along with, on the other side of campus.

    - “Hey ho, hey ho, 500-millibar pressure troughs have got to go!”

    Stick it to the man! Speak stupid to power!

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  5. Will-o’- the-wisp, def.

    “The will-o’-the-wisp is a flame-like phosphorescence caused by gases from decaying plants in marshy areas. In olden days, it was personified as “Will with the wisp,” a sprite who carried a fleeting “wisp” of light. Foolish travelers were said to try to follow the light and were then led astray into the marsh…. The light was first known, and still also is, as ignis fatuus, which in Latin means “foolish fire.” Eventually, the name will-o’-the-wisp was extended to any impractical or unattainable goal.”

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    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    In the 1960s there was an anti-pest product called "J-O" that was a white phosphorous thickened cream that you would apply to bait. The substance literally glowed in the dark and you could see luminous vapors floating as wisps above the material in darkness.
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  6. Manufacturing Hate.

    It’s like Hollywood Hate, or Hatewood. These hoaxers are playing Never Cry Wolf.

    They scream about ‘hate’, but their actions makes one wonder why certain groups are hated.
    They are hysterical, nasty, and mendacious.

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    • Replies: @40 Acres and A Kardashian

    They scream about ‘hate’, but their actions makes one wonder why certain groups are hated.
     
    Actually, their actions make it crystal clear why some groups are hated.
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  7. Looks like their anti-racism walk announcement was a big success and wiped out all previous racist incidents. It’s like they’ve Time Copped those crimes out of existence. The movie of this should be called “Made up in Manhattan”.

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  8. This isn’t even KU. This is KState.

    The long march is complete.

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  9. I’m beginning to suspect that all this talk of white privilege, ever-splintering minority groups, really the whole progressive weltanschauung itself, is just a big Russian psy-op. They can’t beat us head-on in a military or economic sense, but they seem to have internal coherence whereas we’re just riven by stupid divisions.

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    • Replies: @a Newsreader
    This sounds like Yuri Bezmenov's description of Soviet subversion tactics during the Cold War (transcript taken from here):

    Bezmenov: Ideological subversion is the process, which is legitimate, overt, and open; you can see it with your own eyes. All you have to do, all American mass media has to do, is to unplug their bananas from their ears, open up their eyes, and they can see it. There is no mystery. [It has] nothing to do with espionage. I know that espionage intelligence-gathering looks more romantic. It sells more deodorants through the advertising, probably. That’s why your Hollywood producers are so crazy about James Bond-type of thrillers.

    But in reality, the main emphasis of the KGB is not in the area of intelligence at all. According to my opinion and [the] opinion of many defectors of my caliber, only about 15% of time, money, and manpower [are] spent on espionage as such. The other 85% is a slow process, which we call either ‘ideological subversion,’ or ‘active measures’—‘[?]’ in the language of the KGB—or ‘psychological warfare.’ What it basically means is, to change the perception of reality, of every American, to such an extent that despite of the abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interests of defending themselves, their families, their community and their country.

    It’s a great brainwashing process, which goes very slow[ly] and is divided [into] four basic stages. The first one [is] demoralization; it takes from 15-20 years to demoralize a nation. Why that many years? Because this is the minimum number of years which [is required] to educate one generation of students in the country of your enemy, exposed to the ideology of the enemy. In other words, Marxist-Leninist ideology is being pumped into the soft heads of at least three generations of American students, without being challenged, or counter-balanced by the basic values of Americanism (American patriotism).

    The result? The result you can see. Most of the people who graduated in the sixties (drop-outs or half-baked intellectuals) are now occupying the positions of power in the government, civil service, business, mass media, [and the] educational system. You are stuck with them. You cannot get rid of them. They are contaminated; they are programmed to think and react to certain stimuli in a certain pattern. You cannot change their mind[s], even if you expose them to authentic information, even if you prove that white is white and black is black, you still cannot change the basic perception and the logic of behavior. In other words, these people... the process of demoralization is complete and irreversible. To [rid] society of these people, you need another twenty or fifteen years to educate a new generation of patriotically-minded and common sense people, who would be acting in favor and in the interests of United States society.

    Griffin: And yet these people who have been ‘programmed,’ and as you say [are] in place and who are favorable to an opening with the Soviet concept... these are the very people who would be marked for extermination in this country?

    Bezmenov: Most of them, yes. Simply because the psychological shock when they will see in [the] future what the beautiful society of ‘equality’ and ‘social justice’ means in practice, obviously they will revolt. They will be very unhappy, frustrated people, and the Marxist-Leninist regime does not tolerate these people. Obviously they will join the leagues of dissenters (dissidents).

    Unlike in [the] present United States there will be no place for dissent in future Marxist-Leninist America. Here you can get popular like Daniel Ellsberg and filthy-rich like Jane Fonda for being ‘dissident,’ for criticizing your Pentagon. In [the] future these people will be simply [squashing sound] squashed like cockroaches. Nobody is going to pay them nothing for their beautiful, noble ideas of equality. This they don't understand and it will be [the] greatest shock for them, of course.

    The demoralization process in [the] United States is basically completed already. For the last 25 years... actually, it's over-fulfilled because demoralization now reaches such areas where previously not even Comrade Andropov and all his experts would even dream of such a tremendous success. Most of it is done by Americans to Americans, thanks to [a] lack of moral standards.
     
    , @Thea
    Khrushchev promised as much.
    , @anonymouslee
    Read Comrade J.

    It's the story of the highest ranking Soviet/Russian intelligence officer to defect. He ran their largest field office (NYC including the UN)

    He makes it clear that Russia targets liberals and leftists for obvious reasons. People from Carl Sagan to Strobe Talbott (while he was Clinton's deputy secretary of state) are outed as dupes.

    He explains how eg "nuclear winter" was invented by the KGB who had a Soviet scientist put his name on a fake report that the KGB then disseminated to international peace groups, anti-nuke people, etc. To their surprise people like Sagan went all out endorsing the fake science; it was more successful than they'd even hoped.

    anything like that--globalist, international whatever--is being largely run or at least highly manipulated by Russian intelligence. Environmental groups, peace groups, anywhere you find either confused soft-headed hippies or more cynical liberals who just actively dislike America.

    Why not this cultural bs too? It's free to blog.

    , @Old Palo Altan
    The Russians can't beat us head-on?

    Twenty more years of this insanity and they'll do it with ease - if the Chinese have left anything over for them that is.
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  10. I hope they spend 2 hours pondering our current state of hysteria.

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  11. participate in a unity walk

    Great opportunity for whites to hold up signs reading “It’s Okay To Be White” and “Taylor Swift Did Nothing Wrong”.

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    • Replies: @Anon
    Those signs would be great, but it would be more fun to be a little more aggressive in highlighting the absurdity.

    "If God really loved the Jews, he wouldn't have blown down the sukkah. Unite against hate crimes from God. "

    "Unite against self-inflicted vandalism."

    I'm not feeling especially clever tonight, but I know some of you could come up with some good troll signs.
    , @Anonymous
    "Taylor Swift is Okay"
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  12. Two hate hoaxes?

    You mean one hoax and one instance of the abyss gazing into them. ;)

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  13. Anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    participate in a unity walk
     
    Great opportunity for whites to hold up signs reading “It’s Okay To Be White” and “Taylor Swift Did Nothing Wrong”.

    Those signs would be great, but it would be more fun to be a little more aggressive in highlighting the absurdity.

    “If God really loved the Jews, he wouldn’t have blown down the sukkah. Unite against hate crimes from God. ”

    “Unite against self-inflicted vandalism.”

    I’m not feeling especially clever tonight, but I know some of you could come up with some good troll signs.

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    • Replies: @Je Suis Charlie Martel
    I didn’t know you could take out $15 million Sukkah wind damage insurance!
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  14. I entered the university back in the early 1980s, thinking that it was a place dedicated to the discovery of truth and the freedom to think freely and freely speak one’s mind. And back then it (sort of) was — perhaps less so than advertised, but a LOT more so than today.

    The Age of Enlightenment is dead. The enormous scientific, industrial and technological advances that occurred in the roughly 200 year period from 1750 to 1950 occurred because freedom of inquiry, freedom of association, and freedom of speech were all placed in the service of the Scientific Method, which required empirical proofs and actual results, not fanciful or wishful thinking. Empiricists, intellectuals and scientists then mostly regarded Biblical fundamentalism and established religion as their enemy.

    But today, the intellectuals have created a new church based on their own faith — not reason as they claim. The university is the new cathedral, the professoriate the new priesthood. The new holy writ is racial, sexual, and gender egalitarianism, not science. The academy has been corrupted by the influx of government money (this is true of both public and private colleges) and consequently it is required to teach the established religion of the West, namely welfare-state egalitarianism and globalism in which the Savior is not Jesus Christ or Almighty God, but Almighty Government.

    I don’t see any good outcome to this. Like the medieval Church, the university wields so much power in our society there is practically no way to undermine its power. Sooner or later, like the Soviet Union, it will collapse under the weight of its own lies, but that will take a very long time.

    In the meanwhile, all we can really do is continue to point out its falsehoods and the stupidity of its mythology. Colleges are not about education, they are seminaries and monasteries not for ascetics and mendicants but for fruits, queers, wierdos, hucksters and freaks who comprise the priestly class of our contemporary secular religion.

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    Like the medieval Church, the university wields so much power in our society there is practically no way to undermine its power.
     
    Henry Tudor managed.

    Maybe there's your most apt Trump comparison.

    One hopes.
    , @Perspective

    don’t see any good outcome to this. Like the medieval Church, the university wields so much power in our society there is practically no way to undermine its power. Sooner or later, like the Soviet Union, it will collapse under the weight of its own lies, but that will take a very long time.
     
    Instead of waiting, I would suggest that Trump be encouraged by his base to regulate academia. Courses that promote various forms of cultural marxism or post-modernism need to be starved of funding. Most students don't major in social study programs, but often have to take those courses as a condition to graduate.
    If the Conservatives ever get back in power in Canada, I would hope they would hire someone like Jordan Peterson to reform the academic system here. Perhaps his ideas could be used elsewhere such as the United States.

    From Wikipedia:

    Peterson believes that postmodern philosophers and sociologists since the 1960s,[19] while typically claiming to reject Marxism and Communism because were discredited as an economic ideology as well by the exposure of crimes during Soviet Union, have actually built upon and extended its core tenets. He notes that it is difficult to understand the contemporary society without considering the influence of postmodernism which initially spread from France, to the United States through the English department at Yale University. He argues that they "started to play a sleight of hand, and instead of pitting the proletariat, the working class, against the bourgeois, they started to pit the oppressed against the oppressor. That opened up the avenue to identifying any number of groups as oppressed and oppressor and to continue the same narrative under a different name ... The people who hold this doctrine — this radical, postmodern, communitarian doctrine that makes racial identity or sexual identity or gender identity or some kind of group identity paramount — they've got control over most low-to-mid level bureaucratic structures, and many governments as well".[23]
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jordan_Peterson#Critiques_of_political_correctness
    , @40 Acres and A Kardashian

    But today, the intellectuals have created a new church based on their own faith — not reason as they claim. The university is the new cathedral
     
    Oh, c'mon, man. Get a clue, will ya?

    It's not the new cathedral.

    It's the new synagogue.
    , @Alfa158
    The Soviet Union was like the guy in the Hemingway novel, "How did you go bankrupt? Slowly at first then all at once". The trends that will lead to the collapse of the US started in the '60's so it has been as you put it "a very long time", but when the "all at once" happens is unpredictable. It may be 20 years from now or it may be 2 years.
    The triggering point may likely the dollar losing it's status as the THE currency. If that happens the government will no longer be able to print Monopoly money or borrow money at below inflation interest rates. That will mean stock market collapse, and the deflation of the enormous government funding flows that hold together the coalition of the fringes, the insane military spending. The current invade the world, invite the world, owe the world regime will go down in flames.
    , @stillCARealist
    "The new holy writ is racial, sexual, and gender egalitarianism, not science."

    You left out environmentalism. We went to National Geographic's website for the upcoming Geography Bee and they have lots of beautiful pictures and study aids. Guess what the overarching theme was? Full indoctrination for the next generation to learn that industry is bad and all that matters is nature untouched.
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  15. Oy vey…at the end of football season? and, right before Thanksgiving? Is there no joy anymore? Are all white students declared racists? who is the authority to declare this? -give us the names. Kansas State has always had a failing football team, so, is that what it is really all about?

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  16. It’s almost like they’re testing people to see how far they’ll put up with the bullshit.

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    • Replies: @Desiderius
    It's called a shit test, or fitness test for the more family friendly, and yes that is exactly what it is. Our leadership class has been failing for sixty years because they're largely try-hard people-pleasers.
    , @Rod1963
    Indeed it's a test.

    A test to our fitness to survive as a race which the whites of Western Europe and America have failed.

    A sane people(which excludes Western white males) would never put up with this mass insanity and anti-white race agitation, Nor would they have put up with the police state and judicial fiat that made it possible to begin with.
    , @I, commenter
    the point, i think, is to show your true faith by believing in the face of conflicting evidence. The more absurd, the better, because it shows just how un-racist you are.
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  17. Is the unity for people of color (or is it colored people again?) or is it for the dumbass criminals who perpetrate these hate hoaxes? Or both? Or somebody else?

    I guess this is easier to get out of a test than calling a bomb scare, and it has the added benefit of not being illegal or something anybody really cares about.

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  18. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    participate in a unity walk
     
    Great opportunity for whites to hold up signs reading “It’s Okay To Be White” and “Taylor Swift Did Nothing Wrong”.

    “Taylor Swift is Okay”

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  19. If I was a member of Kansas State I probably would know who I am. And if I didn’t know that, I probably would visit a therapist, but not ask President Myers, would I?
    Why can these people never be honest? They don’t want to tell us who we are but who we are to be! Distinguishing between a factual statement and a normative proposition once was basical in scientific work, even and above all in the social sciences.

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  20. Whatever percentage of annual instruction 2 hours is, the state legislature should withhold the same amount of money from its appropriation for KSU. Wasting public money to stage symbolic events should be met with real cuts to their funding.

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  21. They want to reassure students that hate crimes all turning out to be hoaxes in no way diminishes the university’s commitment to fighting imaginary racism. It is the thought that counts (and a hate crime being imaginary doesn’t diminish the hurt it causes) because if they don’t keep fighting imaginary racism, imaginary white supremacists will invade the school and turn all non whites into modern day Emmett Tills or Trayvons.

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  22. http://www.wionews.com/world/philippines-duterte-says-he-killed-someone-at-age-16-23894

    In a defiant speech, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Thursday that he stabbed a person to death at the age of 16 and hinted at more to come “now that I am president.” 

    The Philippine President claimed he stabbed someone to death back when he was 16. The stabbing was over a look.

    “At the age of 16, I already killed someone. A real person, a rumble, a stabbing. I was just 16 years old. It was just over a look. How much more now that I am president?” he told a local Filipino community in Danang.

    “How much more now that I am president?”

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    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    A real Game of Thrones dude; a true Teddy Roosevelt. Remember, TR advocated for a war and then went and fought as a Rough Rider. No cowards or fakers here.
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  23. ‘Fake hate’ pays.

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  24. It Still Believes

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    Utter crap. Sorry. Just being honest.
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  25. Richard Myers

    The name rang a small bell — Richard Bowman Myers (born March 1, 1942) is the 14th president of Kansas State University and a retired four-star general in the United States Air Force and served as the 15th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff — also recall the recent Bush comments about Trump and by allusion people who voted for him.

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    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    That guy standing. Second in from left, second up from bottom. Isn't that Gomer Pyle?
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  26. @jtgw
    It's almost like they're testing people to see how far they'll put up with the bullshit.

    It’s called a shit test, or fitness test for the more family friendly, and yes that is exactly what it is. Our leadership class has been failing for sixty years because they’re largely try-hard people-pleasers.

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  27. In October, a Jewish ceremonial tent was destroyed. Initially, it was investigated as anti-Semitic vandalism. Authorities later concluded the tent was damaged during inclement weather by anti-semitic wind.

    Interesting, how the tent went from being “destroyed” to merely “damaged”.

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    • Replies: @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/Richmond_VA_USA/status/928761597480390657
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  28. What’s the Matter with Kansas?………………….

    ……………..not what Thomas Frank thinks it is.

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  29. Agreed. Now let’s see if the UNZ will let me comment from my new iPad.

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  30. A second try…test. Yes, it let me comment!

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  31. He is scheduled to share a “message of unity” at the gathering

    So he’ll share some words condemning hate hoaxes and how their whole point is to “divide us”?

    Not holding my breath in clown world.

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  32. There’s a credible report that Charlie Sheen raped 13 year-old Corey Haim back in 1986.

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    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    These people are disgusting.

    The government should full-on nationalize the entertainment industry (film/tv, music, modeling/fashion) and place it under strict regulation. The "free market" and "entrepreneurship" don't really work when an industry is so saturated with child molesters, rapists, and perverts.
    , @TheBoom
    Haim's mother said Sheen didn't rape Haim. She said the rapist was the man who claimed Sheen did it.
    , @El Dato
    Lies, confusion.

    Should we automatically assume a YouTube video tells the truth?
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  33. @JohnnyWalker123
    There's a credible report that Charlie Sheen raped 13 year-old Corey Haim back in 1986.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Q1JN5zD_Ow

    These people are disgusting.

    The government should full-on nationalize the entertainment industry (film/tv, music, modeling/fashion) and place it under strict regulation. The “free market” and “entrepreneurship” don’t really work when an industry is so saturated with child molesters, rapists, and perverts.

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  34. @Desiderius

    It Still Believes
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKYQNtF11eg

    Utter crap. Sorry. Just being honest.

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    Yep, just like this farce of a march.

    Domestic terrorism. Literally.
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  35. You know it’s just a matter of time before the colleges become explicit in hating white males. Then it won’t be snark material at that point, just pretty much a open declaration of war on whites.

    As it is, the good whites are doing a great job reducing higher into a indoctrination camp that has more in common with Ranjaeesh’s or the Moonies operations.

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  36. only a matter of time before someone sues a college administration for depriving the plaintiff of 2 hours of classroom contact that they bought and paid for.

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    • Replies: @Big Bill
    I am surprised law suits haven't been filed already for breach of contract. A TRO or injunction would be appropriate.

    Every student signed a contract with the university to receive certain courses on particular days of the week at particular locations for particular lengths of time for a semester.

    To arbitrarily suspend ALL of the courses for what are essentially lefty religious services/struggle sessions for two days is clearly a breach of contract.

    The university knows that it cannot force the students to attend Lefty Church and confess their sins, so it does the only thing it can: suspend normal, scheduled, contractual activities (classes) so the students have very limited choices and are more likely to go get a sermon about Saint Marx and Saint MLK.

    University shutdowns do the same thing that Blue Laws do: prevent people from going about their normal activities in hopes that they will attend church. The difference is that Blue Laws apply on Sundays (Saturdays in Israel) through the entire year. Whereas Lefty Church shutdowns are impromptu activities, ginned up on a moment's notice.

    Even if it is too late for a TRO or injunction, every student should show up for class and wait for the professor. If the professor does not show up and teach, the students should collectively sue for damages. Hundreds of sworn student affidavits for hundreds of classes would make excellent supporting exhibits.
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  37. @JohnnyWalker123
    There's a credible report that Charlie Sheen raped 13 year-old Corey Haim back in 1986.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Q1JN5zD_Ow

    Haim’s mother said Sheen didn’t rape Haim. She said the rapist was the man who claimed Sheen did it.

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    What she says may or may not be true. Haim's mother has pretty much proved that she was an awful mother, has she not?
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  38. I hope all these colleges/universities go the way of Mizzou.  They all deserve to.

    Let them rent out their dormitories to transients because they don’t have students to fill them.  That is where they are heading, and ought to be.

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  39. @Mr. Anon

    In October, a Jewish ceremonial tent was destroyed. Initially, it was investigated as anti-Semitic vandalism. Authorities later concluded the tent was damaged during inclement weather by anti-semitic wind.
     
    Interesting, how the tent went from being "destroyed" to merely "damaged".

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  40. @Laugh Track


    Utter crap. Sorry. Just being honest.

    Yep, just like this farce of a march.

    Domestic terrorism. Literally.

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    Peaceful events, by definition, cannot be terrorism. Let's not contribute to the debasing of that word. This march is absurd, and the university administrators are all cowards if not mentally ill, but this is not terrorism.
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  41. @Desiderius
    Yep, just like this farce of a march.

    Domestic terrorism. Literally.

    Peaceful events, by definition, cannot be terrorism. Let’s not contribute to the debasing of that word. This march is absurd, and the university administrators are all cowards if not mentally ill, but this is not terrorism.

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    It aims to terrorize the populace. It's part of a movement that has succeeded in doing so beyond its wildest dreams.
    , @Pericles
    Oh, there are many dozens of peaceful marches that have been inexplicably ruined by black-clad protestors who had nothing, nothing we say, to do with the peaceful march of peace.

    Unfortunately the black-clad protestors as a rule get away after a reign of terror lasting for hours. The police then have no leads.
    , @Mr. Anon
    It isn't terrorism. But it is intimidation.
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  42. @jtgw
    It's almost like they're testing people to see how far they'll put up with the bullshit.

    Indeed it’s a test.

    A test to our fitness to survive as a race which the whites of Western Europe and America have failed.

    A sane people(which excludes Western white males) would never put up with this mass insanity and anti-white race agitation, Nor would they have put up with the police state and judicial fiat that made it possible to begin with.

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  43. @Dr. X
    I entered the university back in the early 1980s, thinking that it was a place dedicated to the discovery of truth and the freedom to think freely and freely speak one's mind. And back then it (sort of) was -- perhaps less so than advertised, but a LOT more so than today.

    The Age of Enlightenment is dead. The enormous scientific, industrial and technological advances that occurred in the roughly 200 year period from 1750 to 1950 occurred because freedom of inquiry, freedom of association, and freedom of speech were all placed in the service of the Scientific Method, which required empirical proofs and actual results, not fanciful or wishful thinking. Empiricists, intellectuals and scientists then mostly regarded Biblical fundamentalism and established religion as their enemy.

    But today, the intellectuals have created a new church based on their own faith -- not reason as they claim. The university is the new cathedral, the professoriate the new priesthood. The new holy writ is racial, sexual, and gender egalitarianism, not science. The academy has been corrupted by the influx of government money (this is true of both public and private colleges) and consequently it is required to teach the established religion of the West, namely welfare-state egalitarianism and globalism in which the Savior is not Jesus Christ or Almighty God, but Almighty Government.

    I don't see any good outcome to this. Like the medieval Church, the university wields so much power in our society there is practically no way to undermine its power. Sooner or later, like the Soviet Union, it will collapse under the weight of its own lies, but that will take a very long time.

    In the meanwhile, all we can really do is continue to point out its falsehoods and the stupidity of its mythology. Colleges are not about education, they are seminaries and monasteries not for ascetics and mendicants but for fruits, queers, wierdos, hucksters and freaks who comprise the priestly class of our contemporary secular religion.

    Like the medieval Church, the university wields so much power in our society there is practically no way to undermine its power.

    Henry Tudor managed.

    Maybe there’s your most apt Trump comparison.

    One hopes.

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    After Henry had written an a book supporting the Sacraments, the Pope named him "Defender of the Faith."

    Boy, did His Holiness live to regret that.
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  44. @AndrewR
    Peaceful events, by definition, cannot be terrorism. Let's not contribute to the debasing of that word. This march is absurd, and the university administrators are all cowards if not mentally ill, but this is not terrorism.

    It aims to terrorize the populace. It’s part of a movement that has succeeded in doing so beyond its wildest dreams.

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    If you feel terrorized by a march led by a bunch of low-T elderly bureaucrats in dull suits, then that's your problem..
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  45. How about bringing a sign with “No more hoaxes”.

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  46. @AndrewR
    Peaceful events, by definition, cannot be terrorism. Let's not contribute to the debasing of that word. This march is absurd, and the university administrators are all cowards if not mentally ill, but this is not terrorism.

    Oh, there are many dozens of peaceful marches that have been inexplicably ruined by black-clad protestors who had nothing, nothing we say, to do with the peaceful march of peace.

    Unfortunately the black-clad protestors as a rule get away after a reign of terror lasting for hours. The police then have no leads.

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  47. @Anonymous
    Maybe someone will be discovered not attending the walk, and this can count as a real hatecrime.

    Better: maybe the walkers themselves can discover these haters as they walk? They can search the library, perhaps.

    If I were a student here and one of my classes was cancelled for this idiocy, I’d sue the school for a prorated refund of my tuition.
    If all those who are on the right side of this were to sue these so-called “universities” for breach of contract and refund of tuition, that might put a damper on the madness.

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  48. @Desiderius
    It aims to terrorize the populace. It's part of a movement that has succeeded in doing so beyond its wildest dreams.

    If you feel terrorized by a march led by a bunch of low-T elderly bureaucrats in dull suits, then that’s your problem..

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    No, they're being terrorized by the hoaxers.

    Also, pls stop replying to my comments.
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  49. Initially, it was investigated as anti-Semitic vandalism. Authorities later concluded the tent was damaged during inclement weather.

    Maybe God, too, is an anti-semite.

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  50. @Space Ghost
    I'm beginning to suspect that all this talk of white privilege, ever-splintering minority groups, really the whole progressive weltanschauung itself, is just a big Russian psy-op. They can't beat us head-on in a military or economic sense, but they seem to have internal coherence whereas we're just riven by stupid divisions.

    This sounds like Yuri Bezmenov’s description of Soviet subversion tactics during the Cold War (transcript taken from here):

    Bezmenov: Ideological subversion is the process, which is legitimate, overt, and open; you can see it with your own eyes. All you have to do, all American mass media has to do, is to unplug their bananas from their ears, open up their eyes, and they can see it. There is no mystery. [It has] nothing to do with espionage. I know that espionage intelligence-gathering looks more romantic. It sells more deodorants through the advertising, probably. That’s why your Hollywood producers are so crazy about James Bond-type of thrillers.

    But in reality, the main emphasis of the KGB is not in the area of intelligence at all. According to my opinion and [the] opinion of many defectors of my caliber, only about 15% of time, money, and manpower [are] spent on espionage as such. The other 85% is a slow process, which we call either ‘ideological subversion,’ or ‘active measures’—‘[?]’ in the language of the KGB—or ‘psychological warfare.’ What it basically means is, to change the perception of reality, of every American, to such an extent that despite of the abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interests of defending themselves, their families, their community and their country.

    It’s a great brainwashing process, which goes very slow[ly] and is divided [into] four basic stages. The first one [is] demoralization; it takes from 15-20 years to demoralize a nation. Why that many years? Because this is the minimum number of years which [is required] to educate one generation of students in the country of your enemy, exposed to the ideology of the enemy. In other words, Marxist-Leninist ideology is being pumped into the soft heads of at least three generations of American students, without being challenged, or counter-balanced by the basic values of Americanism (American patriotism).

    The result? The result you can see. Most of the people who graduated in the sixties (drop-outs or half-baked intellectuals) are now occupying the positions of power in the government, civil service, business, mass media, [and the] educational system. You are stuck with them. You cannot get rid of them. They are contaminated; they are programmed to think and react to certain stimuli in a certain pattern. You cannot change their mind[s], even if you expose them to authentic information, even if you prove that white is white and black is black, you still cannot change the basic perception and the logic of behavior. In other words, these people… the process of demoralization is complete and irreversible. To [rid] society of these people, you need another twenty or fifteen years to educate a new generation of patriotically-minded and common sense people, who would be acting in favor and in the interests of United States society.

    Griffin: And yet these people who have been ‘programmed,’ and as you say [are] in place and who are favorable to an opening with the Soviet concept… these are the very people who would be marked for extermination in this country?

    Bezmenov: Most of them, yes. Simply because the psychological shock when they will see in [the] future what the beautiful society of ‘equality’ and ‘social justice’ means in practice, obviously they will revolt. They will be very unhappy, frustrated people, and the Marxist-Leninist regime does not tolerate these people. Obviously they will join the leagues of dissenters (dissidents).

    Unlike in [the] present United States there will be no place for dissent in future Marxist-Leninist America. Here you can get popular like Daniel Ellsberg and filthy-rich like Jane Fonda for being ‘dissident,’ for criticizing your Pentagon. In [the] future these people will be simply [squashing sound] squashed like cockroaches. Nobody is going to pay them nothing for their beautiful, noble ideas of equality. This they don’t understand and it will be [the] greatest shock for them, of course.

    The demoralization process in [the] United States is basically completed already. For the last 25 years… actually, it’s over-fulfilled because demoralization now reaches such areas where previously not even Comrade Andropov and all his experts would even dream of such a tremendous success. Most of it is done by Americans to Americans, thanks to [a] lack of moral standards.

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    This also makes me wonder if the current progressive obsession with Russian interference in the election is partly projection of the Democrats' misdeeds onto their opponents. If any Democrats (or Republicans even) colluded with Soviet agents to sway American elections during the Cold War, there is probably some institutional memory of those events informing the current hysteria.
    , @res
    Interesting. Thanks.
    , @donut
    Here's a youtube video of the interview .
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3qkf3bajd4
    , @El Dato
    Frankly that sounds fishy.

    Who would take like the Big Revealer at the end of a Hollywood movie, and with full assurance. The assumption seems to be full control that somehow magically occurs, and resistance is futile. Then the usueful idiots get told on screen what will happen to them. Nah. It's like a bad script to convince others that nefarious deeds are afoot, written by someone who fervently BELIEVES.
    , @Jack D
    And the KGB's plan worked perfectly. In 1989, the US government collapsed and was replaced by a Marxist-Leninist regime under Soviet control. Oh, no wait, that didn't happen - it was the Soviets that collapsed.

    We have this image of the KGB as evil geniuses. In fact they were just as incompetent (worse) than our CIA. They had little understanding of how American society really worked. The KGB was just a corrupt bureaucracy led by self-serving brown-nosers, defectors and drunks, same as the CIA.

    In the end, the whole spy game was a side show. The real battle was fought on the economic front. It was like a chess match where we had far more pieces on the board. The Soviets were good chess players and did well considering that they only had two pawns and a rook, but in the end they had to lose.
    , @J1234
    A great article. Thanks for the link.

    The real purpose of the anti-racism rally may be (per the tactics revealed on Steve's Tayor Swift blog) to see who doesn't show up. The only logical assumption to make is that the no-shows are devotees of Stormfront.
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  51. Thanks to demographic change whites will be a minority’s and be forced to live in the terror that People of. Older r live in now

    You people have no empathy and education in history

    Why don’t you write about republican pedophile Roy Moore?

    Read Leonard Pitts and Sabaa Tahir

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    Ohs Tinys.....theys youn goin gain...... what wif yo jibfrish bout peepllze O colur.

    Nobody be lisnin no mo to youn!

    Ohs Tinys......


    Lenurd X
     
    , @Jack Tiscione
    @Tiny Duck: Your comment was totally incomprehensible. Please learn English grammar/syntax.
    , @nigel

    Why don’t you write about republican pedophile Roy Moore?
     
    We are stretching the definition of pedophilia to absurd lengths. The only accusations that have any scent of truth about them are that he dated 18 and 19 year old girls when he was thirty.

    By that definition nearly every male celebrity in the last 100 years is probably guilty of "pedophilia". And the rest of us wish we could do the same.

    As a society, we have normalized nearly every perversion and sexually degenerate act. You want to spend your weekend swapping bodily fluids with fifty other men? No problem. But heaven forbid a thirty year old man finds a young woman in the prime of her fertile years attractive.

    The left is waging a war against nature. It is a war that cannot possibly be won. It doesn't mean there aren't still innocent civilian casualties.
    , @Charles Erwin Wilson II

    Thanks to demographic change whites will be a minority’s and be forced to live in the terror that People of. Older r live in now
     
    Please accept my condolences on your Alzheimer's dementia.
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  52. @a Newsreader
    This sounds like Yuri Bezmenov's description of Soviet subversion tactics during the Cold War (transcript taken from here):

    Bezmenov: Ideological subversion is the process, which is legitimate, overt, and open; you can see it with your own eyes. All you have to do, all American mass media has to do, is to unplug their bananas from their ears, open up their eyes, and they can see it. There is no mystery. [It has] nothing to do with espionage. I know that espionage intelligence-gathering looks more romantic. It sells more deodorants through the advertising, probably. That’s why your Hollywood producers are so crazy about James Bond-type of thrillers.

    But in reality, the main emphasis of the KGB is not in the area of intelligence at all. According to my opinion and [the] opinion of many defectors of my caliber, only about 15% of time, money, and manpower [are] spent on espionage as such. The other 85% is a slow process, which we call either ‘ideological subversion,’ or ‘active measures’—‘[?]’ in the language of the KGB—or ‘psychological warfare.’ What it basically means is, to change the perception of reality, of every American, to such an extent that despite of the abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interests of defending themselves, their families, their community and their country.

    It’s a great brainwashing process, which goes very slow[ly] and is divided [into] four basic stages. The first one [is] demoralization; it takes from 15-20 years to demoralize a nation. Why that many years? Because this is the minimum number of years which [is required] to educate one generation of students in the country of your enemy, exposed to the ideology of the enemy. In other words, Marxist-Leninist ideology is being pumped into the soft heads of at least three generations of American students, without being challenged, or counter-balanced by the basic values of Americanism (American patriotism).

    The result? The result you can see. Most of the people who graduated in the sixties (drop-outs or half-baked intellectuals) are now occupying the positions of power in the government, civil service, business, mass media, [and the] educational system. You are stuck with them. You cannot get rid of them. They are contaminated; they are programmed to think and react to certain stimuli in a certain pattern. You cannot change their mind[s], even if you expose them to authentic information, even if you prove that white is white and black is black, you still cannot change the basic perception and the logic of behavior. In other words, these people... the process of demoralization is complete and irreversible. To [rid] society of these people, you need another twenty or fifteen years to educate a new generation of patriotically-minded and common sense people, who would be acting in favor and in the interests of United States society.

    Griffin: And yet these people who have been ‘programmed,’ and as you say [are] in place and who are favorable to an opening with the Soviet concept... these are the very people who would be marked for extermination in this country?

    Bezmenov: Most of them, yes. Simply because the psychological shock when they will see in [the] future what the beautiful society of ‘equality’ and ‘social justice’ means in practice, obviously they will revolt. They will be very unhappy, frustrated people, and the Marxist-Leninist regime does not tolerate these people. Obviously they will join the leagues of dissenters (dissidents).

    Unlike in [the] present United States there will be no place for dissent in future Marxist-Leninist America. Here you can get popular like Daniel Ellsberg and filthy-rich like Jane Fonda for being ‘dissident,’ for criticizing your Pentagon. In [the] future these people will be simply [squashing sound] squashed like cockroaches. Nobody is going to pay them nothing for their beautiful, noble ideas of equality. This they don't understand and it will be [the] greatest shock for them, of course.

    The demoralization process in [the] United States is basically completed already. For the last 25 years... actually, it's over-fulfilled because demoralization now reaches such areas where previously not even Comrade Andropov and all his experts would even dream of such a tremendous success. Most of it is done by Americans to Americans, thanks to [a] lack of moral standards.
     

    This also makes me wonder if the current progressive obsession with Russian interference in the election is partly projection of the Democrats’ misdeeds onto their opponents. If any Democrats (or Republicans even) colluded with Soviet agents to sway American elections during the Cold War, there is probably some institutional memory of those events informing the current hysteria.

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  53. @Tiny Duck
    Thanks to demographic change whites will be a minority's and be forced to live in the terror that People of. Older r live in now

    You people have no empathy and education in history


    Why don't you write about republican pedophile Roy Moore?

    Read Leonard Pitts and Sabaa Tahir

    Ohs Tinys…..theys youn goin gain…… what wif yo jibfrish bout peepllze O colur.

    Nobody be lisnin no mo to youn!

    Ohs Tinys……

    Lenurd X

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  54. @eah
    Richard Myers

    The name rang a small bell -- Richard Bowman Myers (born March 1, 1942) is the 14th president of Kansas State University and a retired four-star general in the United States Air Force and served as the 15th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff -- also recall the recent Bush comments about Trump and by allusion people who voted for him.

    https://twitter.com/vdare/status/929434752779735041

    That guy standing. Second in from left, second up from bottom. Isn’t that Gomer Pyle?

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  55. I think the students should all be made to stand and clap against racism, until some cryptic white supremacist’s bladder bursts and they die, and then the students should mutilate the body in a ceremony to exorcise the eldritch powers of whiteness from the university.

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  56. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    K-State seems very big on a splash reaction to loony pranks. The University would be far
    better served by considering what the late Arthur Jensen duly emphasized–namely, that it
    is illogical to condemn the facts of science as being racist, hateful, etc. etc. His due emphasis
    was that the domain of reasoned discussion and debate would be over what acceptable
    interfaces existed with the facts of science–with the evolved biological distinctions along lines
    of race and between men and women. K-State has had Morris Dees of Southern Poverty Law
    Center as a guest at least once for a presentation. It might be more becoming to see if Dees
    or some of his associates would be willing to have an on-campus discussion with Steve Sailer
    and Jared Taylor and maybe Richard Lynn–huh??

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    This comment get to the heart of things surrounding the hoax story.
    K-State is in Riley County, as is the small city of Manhattan, KANSAS.
    Riley County about 40 years ago became the only county among the
    105 Kansas counties to dispense with an elected Sheriff and replace
    that function with the Riley County Police Department. There has
    thus far been no online discussion or investigation as to just why
    over 40 years none of the other 104 counties has failed to emulate
    this arrangement. There is no doubt that the PC mania from
    portions of the KSU campus has been accommodated by the
    RCPD administration. Thus, a hoax that might entail private
    chuckles ( improperly ) is not PC OK. That is the core of this
    story. A professional (FBI Quantico, maybe? ) study of this
    unique arrangement vis a vis the other 104 couties is long overdue.
    , @anon
    The context to this item IS the story. A bit earlier this year, a K-State dominated group, headed
    by a Professor long in Philosophy, approached te Riley County Police Department (RCPD)
    with concerns about the greater incidence of certain police confrontations of Blacks than of Whites.
    But no where...no where...is there anything by a cultivated assumption that this disparity is
    a product of the attitudes and values of RCPD police officers. No where...No whee..is here any
    recognition of academic work ( Rushton, Lynn, Brand, Jensen, Eysenck...et al ) creating a basis
    to consider that a good bit of this mere statistical disparity is not unlikely accounted for by
    differences in biology , shaped by somewhat varied human evolution, and social differences over
    time---ALL of which are rather remote from immediate attitudes and values of RCPD police officers.
    This seems almost counterpart to what was overtly seen in the USSR re human differences when the political quack Lysenko for a time was at the "academic" helm there. While it is not unlikely that
    some of the disparity between Blacks and Whites re police confrontation may be (?) wrong emotions and values of some RCPD Officers (?) it is absurd to assume reflexively that for the most part the
    disparity has any immediate relevance to the values and emotions of the overwhelming majority of
    RCPD Officers. Yet , it is though a neo-Lysencko standard was singing the tune in all this now
    at K-State/ Riley County, Kansas / late in 2017----????
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  57. @Dr. X
    I entered the university back in the early 1980s, thinking that it was a place dedicated to the discovery of truth and the freedom to think freely and freely speak one's mind. And back then it (sort of) was -- perhaps less so than advertised, but a LOT more so than today.

    The Age of Enlightenment is dead. The enormous scientific, industrial and technological advances that occurred in the roughly 200 year period from 1750 to 1950 occurred because freedom of inquiry, freedom of association, and freedom of speech were all placed in the service of the Scientific Method, which required empirical proofs and actual results, not fanciful or wishful thinking. Empiricists, intellectuals and scientists then mostly regarded Biblical fundamentalism and established religion as their enemy.

    But today, the intellectuals have created a new church based on their own faith -- not reason as they claim. The university is the new cathedral, the professoriate the new priesthood. The new holy writ is racial, sexual, and gender egalitarianism, not science. The academy has been corrupted by the influx of government money (this is true of both public and private colleges) and consequently it is required to teach the established religion of the West, namely welfare-state egalitarianism and globalism in which the Savior is not Jesus Christ or Almighty God, but Almighty Government.

    I don't see any good outcome to this. Like the medieval Church, the university wields so much power in our society there is practically no way to undermine its power. Sooner or later, like the Soviet Union, it will collapse under the weight of its own lies, but that will take a very long time.

    In the meanwhile, all we can really do is continue to point out its falsehoods and the stupidity of its mythology. Colleges are not about education, they are seminaries and monasteries not for ascetics and mendicants but for fruits, queers, wierdos, hucksters and freaks who comprise the priestly class of our contemporary secular religion.

    don’t see any good outcome to this. Like the medieval Church, the university wields so much power in our society there is practically no way to undermine its power. Sooner or later, like the Soviet Union, it will collapse under the weight of its own lies, but that will take a very long time.

    Instead of waiting, I would suggest that Trump be encouraged by his base to regulate academia. Courses that promote various forms of cultural marxism or post-modernism need to be starved of funding. Most students don’t major in social study programs, but often have to take those courses as a condition to graduate.
    If the Conservatives ever get back in power in Canada, I would hope they would hire someone like Jordan Peterson to reform the academic system here. Perhaps his ideas could be used elsewhere such as the United States.

    From Wikipedia:

    Peterson believes that postmodern philosophers and sociologists since the 1960s,[19] while typically claiming to reject Marxism and Communism because were discredited as an economic ideology as well by the exposure of crimes during Soviet Union, have actually built upon and extended its core tenets. He notes that it is difficult to understand the contemporary society without considering the influence of postmodernism which initially spread from France, to the United States through the English department at Yale University. He argues that they “started to play a sleight of hand, and instead of pitting the proletariat, the working class, against the bourgeois, they started to pit the oppressed against the oppressor. That opened up the avenue to identifying any number of groups as oppressed and oppressor and to continue the same narrative under a different name … The people who hold this doctrine — this radical, postmodern, communitarian doctrine that makes racial identity or sexual identity or gender identity or some kind of group identity paramount — they’ve got control over most low-to-mid level bureaucratic structures, and many governments as well”.[23]

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jordan_Peterson#Critiques_of_political_correctness

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  58. @Anon
    Manufacturing Hate.

    It's like Hollywood Hate, or Hatewood. These hoaxers are playing Never Cry Wolf.

    They scream about 'hate', but their actions makes one wonder why certain groups are hated.
    They are hysterical, nasty, and mendacious.

    They scream about ‘hate’, but their actions makes one wonder why certain groups are hated.

    Actually, their actions make it crystal clear why some groups are hated.

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  59. @Space Ghost
    I'm beginning to suspect that all this talk of white privilege, ever-splintering minority groups, really the whole progressive weltanschauung itself, is just a big Russian psy-op. They can't beat us head-on in a military or economic sense, but they seem to have internal coherence whereas we're just riven by stupid divisions.

    Khrushchev promised as much.

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  60. @Dr. X
    I entered the university back in the early 1980s, thinking that it was a place dedicated to the discovery of truth and the freedom to think freely and freely speak one's mind. And back then it (sort of) was -- perhaps less so than advertised, but a LOT more so than today.

    The Age of Enlightenment is dead. The enormous scientific, industrial and technological advances that occurred in the roughly 200 year period from 1750 to 1950 occurred because freedom of inquiry, freedom of association, and freedom of speech were all placed in the service of the Scientific Method, which required empirical proofs and actual results, not fanciful or wishful thinking. Empiricists, intellectuals and scientists then mostly regarded Biblical fundamentalism and established religion as their enemy.

    But today, the intellectuals have created a new church based on their own faith -- not reason as they claim. The university is the new cathedral, the professoriate the new priesthood. The new holy writ is racial, sexual, and gender egalitarianism, not science. The academy has been corrupted by the influx of government money (this is true of both public and private colleges) and consequently it is required to teach the established religion of the West, namely welfare-state egalitarianism and globalism in which the Savior is not Jesus Christ or Almighty God, but Almighty Government.

    I don't see any good outcome to this. Like the medieval Church, the university wields so much power in our society there is practically no way to undermine its power. Sooner or later, like the Soviet Union, it will collapse under the weight of its own lies, but that will take a very long time.

    In the meanwhile, all we can really do is continue to point out its falsehoods and the stupidity of its mythology. Colleges are not about education, they are seminaries and monasteries not for ascetics and mendicants but for fruits, queers, wierdos, hucksters and freaks who comprise the priestly class of our contemporary secular religion.

    But today, the intellectuals have created a new church based on their own faith — not reason as they claim. The university is the new cathedral

    Oh, c’mon, man. Get a clue, will ya?

    It’s not the new cathedral.

    It’s the new synagogue.

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    Even with all the BDS mobs? The left seems to be turning on Jews as the campuses become "more diverse".
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  61. @ThreeCranes
    Will-o'- the-wisp, def.

    "The will-o'-the-wisp is a flame-like phosphorescence caused by gases from decaying plants in marshy areas. In olden days, it was personified as "Will with the wisp," a sprite who carried a fleeting "wisp" of light. Foolish travelers were said to try to follow the light and were then led astray into the marsh.... The light was first known, and still also is, as ignis fatuus, which in Latin means "foolish fire." Eventually, the name will-o’-the-wisp was extended to any impractical or unattainable goal."

    In the 1960s there was an anti-pest product called “J-O” that was a white phosphorous thickened cream that you would apply to bait. The substance literally glowed in the dark and you could see luminous vapors floating as wisps above the material in darkness.

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  62. @JohnnyWalker123
    http://www.wionews.com/world/philippines-duterte-says-he-killed-someone-at-age-16-23894

    In a defiant speech, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Thursday that he stabbed a person to death at the age of 16 and hinted at more to come "now that I am president." 
     
    The Philippine President claimed he stabbed someone to death back when he was 16. The stabbing was over a look.

    "At the age of 16, I already killed someone. A real person, a rumble, a stabbing. I was just 16 years old. It was just over a look. How much more now that I am president?" he told a local Filipino community in Danang.
     
    "How much more now that I am president?"

    A real Game of Thrones dude; a true Teddy Roosevelt. Remember, TR advocated for a war and then went and fought as a Rough Rider. No cowards or fakers here.

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    We could use a few good Euron Greyjoys.

    Especially in the Mediterranean.
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  63. @a Newsreader
    This sounds like Yuri Bezmenov's description of Soviet subversion tactics during the Cold War (transcript taken from here):

    Bezmenov: Ideological subversion is the process, which is legitimate, overt, and open; you can see it with your own eyes. All you have to do, all American mass media has to do, is to unplug their bananas from their ears, open up their eyes, and they can see it. There is no mystery. [It has] nothing to do with espionage. I know that espionage intelligence-gathering looks more romantic. It sells more deodorants through the advertising, probably. That’s why your Hollywood producers are so crazy about James Bond-type of thrillers.

    But in reality, the main emphasis of the KGB is not in the area of intelligence at all. According to my opinion and [the] opinion of many defectors of my caliber, only about 15% of time, money, and manpower [are] spent on espionage as such. The other 85% is a slow process, which we call either ‘ideological subversion,’ or ‘active measures’—‘[?]’ in the language of the KGB—or ‘psychological warfare.’ What it basically means is, to change the perception of reality, of every American, to such an extent that despite of the abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interests of defending themselves, their families, their community and their country.

    It’s a great brainwashing process, which goes very slow[ly] and is divided [into] four basic stages. The first one [is] demoralization; it takes from 15-20 years to demoralize a nation. Why that many years? Because this is the minimum number of years which [is required] to educate one generation of students in the country of your enemy, exposed to the ideology of the enemy. In other words, Marxist-Leninist ideology is being pumped into the soft heads of at least three generations of American students, without being challenged, or counter-balanced by the basic values of Americanism (American patriotism).

    The result? The result you can see. Most of the people who graduated in the sixties (drop-outs or half-baked intellectuals) are now occupying the positions of power in the government, civil service, business, mass media, [and the] educational system. You are stuck with them. You cannot get rid of them. They are contaminated; they are programmed to think and react to certain stimuli in a certain pattern. You cannot change their mind[s], even if you expose them to authentic information, even if you prove that white is white and black is black, you still cannot change the basic perception and the logic of behavior. In other words, these people... the process of demoralization is complete and irreversible. To [rid] society of these people, you need another twenty or fifteen years to educate a new generation of patriotically-minded and common sense people, who would be acting in favor and in the interests of United States society.

    Griffin: And yet these people who have been ‘programmed,’ and as you say [are] in place and who are favorable to an opening with the Soviet concept... these are the very people who would be marked for extermination in this country?

    Bezmenov: Most of them, yes. Simply because the psychological shock when they will see in [the] future what the beautiful society of ‘equality’ and ‘social justice’ means in practice, obviously they will revolt. They will be very unhappy, frustrated people, and the Marxist-Leninist regime does not tolerate these people. Obviously they will join the leagues of dissenters (dissidents).

    Unlike in [the] present United States there will be no place for dissent in future Marxist-Leninist America. Here you can get popular like Daniel Ellsberg and filthy-rich like Jane Fonda for being ‘dissident,’ for criticizing your Pentagon. In [the] future these people will be simply [squashing sound] squashed like cockroaches. Nobody is going to pay them nothing for their beautiful, noble ideas of equality. This they don't understand and it will be [the] greatest shock for them, of course.

    The demoralization process in [the] United States is basically completed already. For the last 25 years... actually, it's over-fulfilled because demoralization now reaches such areas where previously not even Comrade Andropov and all his experts would even dream of such a tremendous success. Most of it is done by Americans to Americans, thanks to [a] lack of moral standards.
     

    Interesting. Thanks.

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  64. “Unity Walk”?
    Better not be compulsory. In the kind of weather we’ve been having lately, anyone with a grain of sense will go back to the dorm room/Dept. office and catch a nap.

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  65. @Desiderius

    Like the medieval Church, the university wields so much power in our society there is practically no way to undermine its power.
     
    Henry Tudor managed.

    Maybe there's your most apt Trump comparison.

    One hopes.

    After Henry had written an a book supporting the Sacraments, the Pope named him “Defender of the Faith.”

    Boy, did His Holiness live to regret that.

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  66. @Karl
    only a matter of time before someone sues a college administration for depriving the plaintiff of 2 hours of classroom contact that they bought and paid for.

    I am surprised law suits haven’t been filed already for breach of contract. A TRO or injunction would be appropriate.

    Every student signed a contract with the university to receive certain courses on particular days of the week at particular locations for particular lengths of time for a semester.

    To arbitrarily suspend ALL of the courses for what are essentially lefty religious services/struggle sessions for two days is clearly a breach of contract.

    The university knows that it cannot force the students to attend Lefty Church and confess their sins, so it does the only thing it can: suspend normal, scheduled, contractual activities (classes) so the students have very limited choices and are more likely to go get a sermon about Saint Marx and Saint MLK.

    University shutdowns do the same thing that Blue Laws do: prevent people from going about their normal activities in hopes that they will attend church. The difference is that Blue Laws apply on Sundays (Saturdays in Israel) through the entire year. Whereas Lefty Church shutdowns are impromptu activities, ginned up on a moment’s notice.

    Even if it is too late for a TRO or injunction, every student should show up for class and wait for the professor. If the professor does not show up and teach, the students should collectively sue for damages. Hundreds of sworn student affidavits for hundreds of classes would make excellent supporting exhibits.

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  67. We need to do a better job of presenting our (truth) messages with popular music.

    In these instances I recommend using the Fleetwood Mac song:

    “Little Lies”.

    “Tell me lies, tell me sweet little lies, tell me lies….”

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  68. @Dr. X
    I entered the university back in the early 1980s, thinking that it was a place dedicated to the discovery of truth and the freedom to think freely and freely speak one's mind. And back then it (sort of) was -- perhaps less so than advertised, but a LOT more so than today.

    The Age of Enlightenment is dead. The enormous scientific, industrial and technological advances that occurred in the roughly 200 year period from 1750 to 1950 occurred because freedom of inquiry, freedom of association, and freedom of speech were all placed in the service of the Scientific Method, which required empirical proofs and actual results, not fanciful or wishful thinking. Empiricists, intellectuals and scientists then mostly regarded Biblical fundamentalism and established religion as their enemy.

    But today, the intellectuals have created a new church based on their own faith -- not reason as they claim. The university is the new cathedral, the professoriate the new priesthood. The new holy writ is racial, sexual, and gender egalitarianism, not science. The academy has been corrupted by the influx of government money (this is true of both public and private colleges) and consequently it is required to teach the established religion of the West, namely welfare-state egalitarianism and globalism in which the Savior is not Jesus Christ or Almighty God, but Almighty Government.

    I don't see any good outcome to this. Like the medieval Church, the university wields so much power in our society there is practically no way to undermine its power. Sooner or later, like the Soviet Union, it will collapse under the weight of its own lies, but that will take a very long time.

    In the meanwhile, all we can really do is continue to point out its falsehoods and the stupidity of its mythology. Colleges are not about education, they are seminaries and monasteries not for ascetics and mendicants but for fruits, queers, wierdos, hucksters and freaks who comprise the priestly class of our contemporary secular religion.

    The Soviet Union was like the guy in the Hemingway novel, “How did you go bankrupt? Slowly at first then all at once”. The trends that will lead to the collapse of the US started in the ’60′s so it has been as you put it “a very long time”, but when the “all at once” happens is unpredictable. It may be 20 years from now or it may be 2 years.
    The triggering point may likely the dollar losing it’s status as the THE currency. If that happens the government will no longer be able to print Monopoly money or borrow money at below inflation interest rates. That will mean stock market collapse, and the deflation of the enormous government funding flows that hold together the coalition of the fringes, the insane military spending. The current invade the world, invite the world, owe the world regime will go down in flames.

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    The triggering point may likely the dollar losing it’s status as the THE currency.
     
    If that happens, an education in America could become ridiculously cheap for foreigners. In which case, american universities might just favor foreign students (paying full freight) exclusively. That would be amusing - the local state U student-body dominated by the children of the foreign rich and middle-class, while the townies are all pissed off americans who have become priced out of a college education. It might make for some interesting town-gown riots.
    , @Anonymous

    That will mean stock market collapse, and the deflation of the enormous government funding flows that hold together the coalition of the fringes, the insane military spending. The current invade the world, invite the world, owe the world regime will go down in flames.
     
    The conservative, patriotic virtue-signaling when it comes to the military and veterans is insanely costly. Most of the vets, the vast majority, did a few years in the military and not in a war zone, yet they get a lifetime of benefits. It’s an extremely expensive jobs program. It costs U.S. taxpayers $1 million a year to have one U.S. service member overseas. Even more in some places (e.g., Middle East because they all get extra pay for deployment). This insanity can’t go on for very much longer.
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  69. @Dr. X
    I entered the university back in the early 1980s, thinking that it was a place dedicated to the discovery of truth and the freedom to think freely and freely speak one's mind. And back then it (sort of) was -- perhaps less so than advertised, but a LOT more so than today.

    The Age of Enlightenment is dead. The enormous scientific, industrial and technological advances that occurred in the roughly 200 year period from 1750 to 1950 occurred because freedom of inquiry, freedom of association, and freedom of speech were all placed in the service of the Scientific Method, which required empirical proofs and actual results, not fanciful or wishful thinking. Empiricists, intellectuals and scientists then mostly regarded Biblical fundamentalism and established religion as their enemy.

    But today, the intellectuals have created a new church based on their own faith -- not reason as they claim. The university is the new cathedral, the professoriate the new priesthood. The new holy writ is racial, sexual, and gender egalitarianism, not science. The academy has been corrupted by the influx of government money (this is true of both public and private colleges) and consequently it is required to teach the established religion of the West, namely welfare-state egalitarianism and globalism in which the Savior is not Jesus Christ or Almighty God, but Almighty Government.

    I don't see any good outcome to this. Like the medieval Church, the university wields so much power in our society there is practically no way to undermine its power. Sooner or later, like the Soviet Union, it will collapse under the weight of its own lies, but that will take a very long time.

    In the meanwhile, all we can really do is continue to point out its falsehoods and the stupidity of its mythology. Colleges are not about education, they are seminaries and monasteries not for ascetics and mendicants but for fruits, queers, wierdos, hucksters and freaks who comprise the priestly class of our contemporary secular religion.

    “The new holy writ is racial, sexual, and gender egalitarianism, not science.”

    You left out environmentalism. We went to National Geographic’s website for the upcoming Geography Bee and they have lots of beautiful pictures and study aids. Guess what the overarching theme was? Full indoctrination for the next generation to learn that industry is bad and all that matters is nature untouched.

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    Full indoctrination for the next generation to learn that industry is bad and all that matters is nature untouched.
     
    There may be some measure of truth to the claim that 7 billion and counting consumers or potential consumers of toilet paper (some cultures still use their hands) is far too many, although of course the P.C. solution is to kill off civilization by infecting civilized peoples with taxation, libertinism/feminism, abortion, birth control and immigration rather than considering how to humanely reduce African, subcontinental and Muslim T.F.R.s.. Presumably National Geographic is on the former side. If so, we should start a campaign to get National Geographic to end its print edition (for the trees) and stop using the computer (for the electricity).
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  70. Put all the bad actors on notice: Prior to the shutdown (preferably) send and publish an email to all professors, administrators, academic staff and the board of regents telling them that you consider the upcoming shutdown to be a breach of contract and telling them to preserve any documents (notes, emails, voice recordings, etc.) relating to the shutdown because you will be requesting all of those documents in a state FOIA request or in subsequent litigation. Remind them that there may be state criminal penalties for destruction of any documents.

    Crank up the heat like Judicial Watch does.

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  71. @a Newsreader
    This sounds like Yuri Bezmenov's description of Soviet subversion tactics during the Cold War (transcript taken from here):

    Bezmenov: Ideological subversion is the process, which is legitimate, overt, and open; you can see it with your own eyes. All you have to do, all American mass media has to do, is to unplug their bananas from their ears, open up their eyes, and they can see it. There is no mystery. [It has] nothing to do with espionage. I know that espionage intelligence-gathering looks more romantic. It sells more deodorants through the advertising, probably. That’s why your Hollywood producers are so crazy about James Bond-type of thrillers.

    But in reality, the main emphasis of the KGB is not in the area of intelligence at all. According to my opinion and [the] opinion of many defectors of my caliber, only about 15% of time, money, and manpower [are] spent on espionage as such. The other 85% is a slow process, which we call either ‘ideological subversion,’ or ‘active measures’—‘[?]’ in the language of the KGB—or ‘psychological warfare.’ What it basically means is, to change the perception of reality, of every American, to such an extent that despite of the abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interests of defending themselves, their families, their community and their country.

    It’s a great brainwashing process, which goes very slow[ly] and is divided [into] four basic stages. The first one [is] demoralization; it takes from 15-20 years to demoralize a nation. Why that many years? Because this is the minimum number of years which [is required] to educate one generation of students in the country of your enemy, exposed to the ideology of the enemy. In other words, Marxist-Leninist ideology is being pumped into the soft heads of at least three generations of American students, without being challenged, or counter-balanced by the basic values of Americanism (American patriotism).

    The result? The result you can see. Most of the people who graduated in the sixties (drop-outs or half-baked intellectuals) are now occupying the positions of power in the government, civil service, business, mass media, [and the] educational system. You are stuck with them. You cannot get rid of them. They are contaminated; they are programmed to think and react to certain stimuli in a certain pattern. You cannot change their mind[s], even if you expose them to authentic information, even if you prove that white is white and black is black, you still cannot change the basic perception and the logic of behavior. In other words, these people... the process of demoralization is complete and irreversible. To [rid] society of these people, you need another twenty or fifteen years to educate a new generation of patriotically-minded and common sense people, who would be acting in favor and in the interests of United States society.

    Griffin: And yet these people who have been ‘programmed,’ and as you say [are] in place and who are favorable to an opening with the Soviet concept... these are the very people who would be marked for extermination in this country?

    Bezmenov: Most of them, yes. Simply because the psychological shock when they will see in [the] future what the beautiful society of ‘equality’ and ‘social justice’ means in practice, obviously they will revolt. They will be very unhappy, frustrated people, and the Marxist-Leninist regime does not tolerate these people. Obviously they will join the leagues of dissenters (dissidents).

    Unlike in [the] present United States there will be no place for dissent in future Marxist-Leninist America. Here you can get popular like Daniel Ellsberg and filthy-rich like Jane Fonda for being ‘dissident,’ for criticizing your Pentagon. In [the] future these people will be simply [squashing sound] squashed like cockroaches. Nobody is going to pay them nothing for their beautiful, noble ideas of equality. This they don't understand and it will be [the] greatest shock for them, of course.

    The demoralization process in [the] United States is basically completed already. For the last 25 years... actually, it's over-fulfilled because demoralization now reaches such areas where previously not even Comrade Andropov and all his experts would even dream of such a tremendous success. Most of it is done by Americans to Americans, thanks to [a] lack of moral standards.
     

    Here’s a youtube video of the interview .

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  72. I mean…what ELSE is there to do in Kansas besides watching the wheat grow?

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  73. @JohnnyWalker123
    There's a credible report that Charlie Sheen raped 13 year-old Corey Haim back in 1986.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Q1JN5zD_Ow

    Lies, confusion.

    Should we automatically assume a YouTube video tells the truth?

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  74. @a Newsreader
    This sounds like Yuri Bezmenov's description of Soviet subversion tactics during the Cold War (transcript taken from here):

    Bezmenov: Ideological subversion is the process, which is legitimate, overt, and open; you can see it with your own eyes. All you have to do, all American mass media has to do, is to unplug their bananas from their ears, open up their eyes, and they can see it. There is no mystery. [It has] nothing to do with espionage. I know that espionage intelligence-gathering looks more romantic. It sells more deodorants through the advertising, probably. That’s why your Hollywood producers are so crazy about James Bond-type of thrillers.

    But in reality, the main emphasis of the KGB is not in the area of intelligence at all. According to my opinion and [the] opinion of many defectors of my caliber, only about 15% of time, money, and manpower [are] spent on espionage as such. The other 85% is a slow process, which we call either ‘ideological subversion,’ or ‘active measures’—‘[?]’ in the language of the KGB—or ‘psychological warfare.’ What it basically means is, to change the perception of reality, of every American, to such an extent that despite of the abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interests of defending themselves, their families, their community and their country.

    It’s a great brainwashing process, which goes very slow[ly] and is divided [into] four basic stages. The first one [is] demoralization; it takes from 15-20 years to demoralize a nation. Why that many years? Because this is the minimum number of years which [is required] to educate one generation of students in the country of your enemy, exposed to the ideology of the enemy. In other words, Marxist-Leninist ideology is being pumped into the soft heads of at least three generations of American students, without being challenged, or counter-balanced by the basic values of Americanism (American patriotism).

    The result? The result you can see. Most of the people who graduated in the sixties (drop-outs or half-baked intellectuals) are now occupying the positions of power in the government, civil service, business, mass media, [and the] educational system. You are stuck with them. You cannot get rid of them. They are contaminated; they are programmed to think and react to certain stimuli in a certain pattern. You cannot change their mind[s], even if you expose them to authentic information, even if you prove that white is white and black is black, you still cannot change the basic perception and the logic of behavior. In other words, these people... the process of demoralization is complete and irreversible. To [rid] society of these people, you need another twenty or fifteen years to educate a new generation of patriotically-minded and common sense people, who would be acting in favor and in the interests of United States society.

    Griffin: And yet these people who have been ‘programmed,’ and as you say [are] in place and who are favorable to an opening with the Soviet concept... these are the very people who would be marked for extermination in this country?

    Bezmenov: Most of them, yes. Simply because the psychological shock when they will see in [the] future what the beautiful society of ‘equality’ and ‘social justice’ means in practice, obviously they will revolt. They will be very unhappy, frustrated people, and the Marxist-Leninist regime does not tolerate these people. Obviously they will join the leagues of dissenters (dissidents).

    Unlike in [the] present United States there will be no place for dissent in future Marxist-Leninist America. Here you can get popular like Daniel Ellsberg and filthy-rich like Jane Fonda for being ‘dissident,’ for criticizing your Pentagon. In [the] future these people will be simply [squashing sound] squashed like cockroaches. Nobody is going to pay them nothing for their beautiful, noble ideas of equality. This they don't understand and it will be [the] greatest shock for them, of course.

    The demoralization process in [the] United States is basically completed already. For the last 25 years... actually, it's over-fulfilled because demoralization now reaches such areas where previously not even Comrade Andropov and all his experts would even dream of such a tremendous success. Most of it is done by Americans to Americans, thanks to [a] lack of moral standards.
     

    Frankly that sounds fishy.

    Who would take like the Big Revealer at the end of a Hollywood movie, and with full assurance. The assumption seems to be full control that somehow magically occurs, and resistance is futile. Then the usueful idiots get told on screen what will happen to them. Nah. It’s like a bad script to convince others that nefarious deeds are afoot, written by someone who fervently BELIEVES.

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  75. @a Newsreader
    This sounds like Yuri Bezmenov's description of Soviet subversion tactics during the Cold War (transcript taken from here):

    Bezmenov: Ideological subversion is the process, which is legitimate, overt, and open; you can see it with your own eyes. All you have to do, all American mass media has to do, is to unplug their bananas from their ears, open up their eyes, and they can see it. There is no mystery. [It has] nothing to do with espionage. I know that espionage intelligence-gathering looks more romantic. It sells more deodorants through the advertising, probably. That’s why your Hollywood producers are so crazy about James Bond-type of thrillers.

    But in reality, the main emphasis of the KGB is not in the area of intelligence at all. According to my opinion and [the] opinion of many defectors of my caliber, only about 15% of time, money, and manpower [are] spent on espionage as such. The other 85% is a slow process, which we call either ‘ideological subversion,’ or ‘active measures’—‘[?]’ in the language of the KGB—or ‘psychological warfare.’ What it basically means is, to change the perception of reality, of every American, to such an extent that despite of the abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interests of defending themselves, their families, their community and their country.

    It’s a great brainwashing process, which goes very slow[ly] and is divided [into] four basic stages. The first one [is] demoralization; it takes from 15-20 years to demoralize a nation. Why that many years? Because this is the minimum number of years which [is required] to educate one generation of students in the country of your enemy, exposed to the ideology of the enemy. In other words, Marxist-Leninist ideology is being pumped into the soft heads of at least three generations of American students, without being challenged, or counter-balanced by the basic values of Americanism (American patriotism).

    The result? The result you can see. Most of the people who graduated in the sixties (drop-outs or half-baked intellectuals) are now occupying the positions of power in the government, civil service, business, mass media, [and the] educational system. You are stuck with them. You cannot get rid of them. They are contaminated; they are programmed to think and react to certain stimuli in a certain pattern. You cannot change their mind[s], even if you expose them to authentic information, even if you prove that white is white and black is black, you still cannot change the basic perception and the logic of behavior. In other words, these people... the process of demoralization is complete and irreversible. To [rid] society of these people, you need another twenty or fifteen years to educate a new generation of patriotically-minded and common sense people, who would be acting in favor and in the interests of United States society.

    Griffin: And yet these people who have been ‘programmed,’ and as you say [are] in place and who are favorable to an opening with the Soviet concept... these are the very people who would be marked for extermination in this country?

    Bezmenov: Most of them, yes. Simply because the psychological shock when they will see in [the] future what the beautiful society of ‘equality’ and ‘social justice’ means in practice, obviously they will revolt. They will be very unhappy, frustrated people, and the Marxist-Leninist regime does not tolerate these people. Obviously they will join the leagues of dissenters (dissidents).

    Unlike in [the] present United States there will be no place for dissent in future Marxist-Leninist America. Here you can get popular like Daniel Ellsberg and filthy-rich like Jane Fonda for being ‘dissident,’ for criticizing your Pentagon. In [the] future these people will be simply [squashing sound] squashed like cockroaches. Nobody is going to pay them nothing for their beautiful, noble ideas of equality. This they don't understand and it will be [the] greatest shock for them, of course.

    The demoralization process in [the] United States is basically completed already. For the last 25 years... actually, it's over-fulfilled because demoralization now reaches such areas where previously not even Comrade Andropov and all his experts would even dream of such a tremendous success. Most of it is done by Americans to Americans, thanks to [a] lack of moral standards.
     

    And the KGB’s plan worked perfectly. In 1989, the US government collapsed and was replaced by a Marxist-Leninist regime under Soviet control. Oh, no wait, that didn’t happen – it was the Soviets that collapsed.

    We have this image of the KGB as evil geniuses. In fact they were just as incompetent (worse) than our CIA. They had little understanding of how American society really worked. The KGB was just a corrupt bureaucracy led by self-serving brown-nosers, defectors and drunks, same as the CIA.

    In the end, the whole spy game was a side show. The real battle was fought on the economic front. It was like a chess match where we had far more pieces on the board. The Soviets were good chess players and did well considering that they only had two pawns and a rook, but in the end they had to lose.

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    We have this image of the KGB as evil geniuses. In fact they were just as incompetent (worse) than our CIA. They had little understanding of how American society really worked. The KGB was just a corrupt bureaucracy led by self-serving brown-nosers, defectors and drunks, same as the CIA.
     
    Bezmenov was naïve about the prospects of a "Marxist-Leninist America" in the strict Bolshevik tradition but not any more naïve than the general population was at the time and his assessment of the process of American cultural rot was very accurate.

    If the KGB failed in its mission to turn the U.S. "Red" or to win the world for the Reds, it was because this was simply an impossible task given how Communism works. We understand this with the benefit hindsight. But during the Cold War many people didn't think so, and the KGB and ComIntern managed to sow quite a bit of chaos within the U.S. via their allies in the universities as well as through their support for BLM precursors and other countercultural groups.

    In terms of HUMINT, the KGB was arguably much more competent than the CIA, though perhaps not so good intrinsically as the French SDECE (DGSE since 1982). However, it had one huge advantage over the CIA and the SDECE, which was that it never had to fight politically for funding. Still, though:

    In the end, the whole spy game was a side show. The real battle was fought on the economic front. It was like a chess match where we had far more pieces on the board. The Soviets were good chess players and did well considering that they only had two pawns and a rook, but in the end they had to lose.
     
    ... all that funding diverted to the Good Causes ultimately had to dry up. As Thatcher said, "the problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money." Of course, in the modern west, the left is furiously burning through social as well as financial capital, hastening the liquidation of our societies to the black, the brown and the Muslim.
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  76. @Space Ghost
    I'm beginning to suspect that all this talk of white privilege, ever-splintering minority groups, really the whole progressive weltanschauung itself, is just a big Russian psy-op. They can't beat us head-on in a military or economic sense, but they seem to have internal coherence whereas we're just riven by stupid divisions.

    Read Comrade J.

    It’s the story of the highest ranking Soviet/Russian intelligence officer to defect. He ran their largest field office (NYC including the UN)

    He makes it clear that Russia targets liberals and leftists for obvious reasons. People from Carl Sagan to Strobe Talbott (while he was Clinton’s deputy secretary of state) are outed as dupes.

    He explains how eg “nuclear winter” was invented by the KGB who had a Soviet scientist put his name on a fake report that the KGB then disseminated to international peace groups, anti-nuke people, etc. To their surprise people like Sagan went all out endorsing the fake science; it was more successful than they’d even hoped.

    anything like that–globalist, international whatever–is being largely run or at least highly manipulated by Russian intelligence. Environmental groups, peace groups, anywhere you find either confused soft-headed hippies or more cynical liberals who just actively dislike America.

    Why not this cultural bs too? It’s free to blog.

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  77. Mea culpa. It was no classes for two hours, not two days.

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  78. @jtgw
    It's almost like they're testing people to see how far they'll put up with the bullshit.

    the point, i think, is to show your true faith by believing in the face of conflicting evidence. The more absurd, the better, because it shows just how un-racist you are.

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  79. @AndrewR
    Peaceful events, by definition, cannot be terrorism. Let's not contribute to the debasing of that word. This march is absurd, and the university administrators are all cowards if not mentally ill, but this is not terrorism.

    It isn’t terrorism. But it is intimidation.

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  80. @Alfa158
    The Soviet Union was like the guy in the Hemingway novel, "How did you go bankrupt? Slowly at first then all at once". The trends that will lead to the collapse of the US started in the '60's so it has been as you put it "a very long time", but when the "all at once" happens is unpredictable. It may be 20 years from now or it may be 2 years.
    The triggering point may likely the dollar losing it's status as the THE currency. If that happens the government will no longer be able to print Monopoly money or borrow money at below inflation interest rates. That will mean stock market collapse, and the deflation of the enormous government funding flows that hold together the coalition of the fringes, the insane military spending. The current invade the world, invite the world, owe the world regime will go down in flames.

    The triggering point may likely the dollar losing it’s status as the THE currency.

    If that happens, an education in America could become ridiculously cheap for foreigners. In which case, american universities might just favor foreign students (paying full freight) exclusively. That would be amusing – the local state U student-body dominated by the children of the foreign rich and middle-class, while the townies are all pissed off americans who have become priced out of a college education. It might make for some interesting town-gown riots.

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  81. @Jack D
    And the KGB's plan worked perfectly. In 1989, the US government collapsed and was replaced by a Marxist-Leninist regime under Soviet control. Oh, no wait, that didn't happen - it was the Soviets that collapsed.

    We have this image of the KGB as evil geniuses. In fact they were just as incompetent (worse) than our CIA. They had little understanding of how American society really worked. The KGB was just a corrupt bureaucracy led by self-serving brown-nosers, defectors and drunks, same as the CIA.

    In the end, the whole spy game was a side show. The real battle was fought on the economic front. It was like a chess match where we had far more pieces on the board. The Soviets were good chess players and did well considering that they only had two pawns and a rook, but in the end they had to lose.

    We have this image of the KGB as evil geniuses. In fact they were just as incompetent (worse) than our CIA. They had little understanding of how American society really worked. The KGB was just a corrupt bureaucracy led by self-serving brown-nosers, defectors and drunks, same as the CIA.

    Bezmenov was naïve about the prospects of a “Marxist-Leninist America” in the strict Bolshevik tradition but not any more naïve than the general population was at the time and his assessment of the process of American cultural rot was very accurate.

    If the KGB failed in its mission to turn the U.S. “Red” or to win the world for the Reds, it was because this was simply an impossible task given how Communism works. We understand this with the benefit hindsight. But during the Cold War many people didn’t think so, and the KGB and ComIntern managed to sow quite a bit of chaos within the U.S. via their allies in the universities as well as through their support for BLM precursors and other countercultural groups.

    In terms of HUMINT, the KGB was arguably much more competent than the CIA, though perhaps not so good intrinsically as the French SDECE (DGSE since 1982). However, it had one huge advantage over the CIA and the SDECE, which was that it never had to fight politically for funding. Still, though:

    In the end, the whole spy game was a side show. The real battle was fought on the economic front. It was like a chess match where we had far more pieces on the board. The Soviets were good chess players and did well considering that they only had two pawns and a rook, but in the end they had to lose.

    … all that funding diverted to the Good Causes ultimately had to dry up. As Thatcher said, “the problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money.” Of course, in the modern west, the left is furiously burning through social as well as financial capital, hastening the liquidation of our societies to the black, the brown and the Muslim.

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  82. @TheBoom
    Haim's mother said Sheen didn't rape Haim. She said the rapist was the man who claimed Sheen did it.

    What she says may or may not be true. Haim’s mother has pretty much proved that she was an awful mother, has she not?

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    Corey Feldman has said that the individual who first abused Corey Haim is still alive and is a 'titan of the industry'. That doesn't sound like Charlie Sheen, because he doesn't hold that much influence these days, does he?

    If he has power, it's probably a superpower that he shares with Ozzie Ozborne - remaining alive and sentient (sort of) despite all odds. He's still very funny but he's a shadow of his old self.
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  83. The whole spectacle is bizarre and fascinating. These people are deathly afraid of the idea that whites maybe aren’t oppressive racist monsters after all. Where does it all end?

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  84. @Space Ghost
    I'm beginning to suspect that all this talk of white privilege, ever-splintering minority groups, really the whole progressive weltanschauung itself, is just a big Russian psy-op. They can't beat us head-on in a military or economic sense, but they seem to have internal coherence whereas we're just riven by stupid divisions.

    The Russians can’t beat us head-on?

    Twenty more years of this insanity and they’ll do it with ease – if the Chinese have left anything over for them that is.

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    I don't think so. The Russians have their own problems.

    See this story:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/09/world/europe/narva-estonia-ivangorod-russia.html

    EU sends money to build a riverside promenade to an Estonian city and its Russian twin right across the river - the Estonian promenade gets built, the money in Russian most disappears and very little gets built. Think of Russia as sort of like a colder Mexico with paler people. (BTW, Mexican and Russia are statistically very similar nowaday).

    Now the Chinese I would worry about. Putin has really gotten Russia to punch above its weight using PE drugs but ultimately it's not going to be able to maintain that trajectory. What happens in Russia after Czar Putin dies? There doesn't seem to be any plan or strategy for a successor.
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  85. @a Newsreader
    This sounds like Yuri Bezmenov's description of Soviet subversion tactics during the Cold War (transcript taken from here):

    Bezmenov: Ideological subversion is the process, which is legitimate, overt, and open; you can see it with your own eyes. All you have to do, all American mass media has to do, is to unplug their bananas from their ears, open up their eyes, and they can see it. There is no mystery. [It has] nothing to do with espionage. I know that espionage intelligence-gathering looks more romantic. It sells more deodorants through the advertising, probably. That’s why your Hollywood producers are so crazy about James Bond-type of thrillers.

    But in reality, the main emphasis of the KGB is not in the area of intelligence at all. According to my opinion and [the] opinion of many defectors of my caliber, only about 15% of time, money, and manpower [are] spent on espionage as such. The other 85% is a slow process, which we call either ‘ideological subversion,’ or ‘active measures’—‘[?]’ in the language of the KGB—or ‘psychological warfare.’ What it basically means is, to change the perception of reality, of every American, to such an extent that despite of the abundance of information, no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interests of defending themselves, their families, their community and their country.

    It’s a great brainwashing process, which goes very slow[ly] and is divided [into] four basic stages. The first one [is] demoralization; it takes from 15-20 years to demoralize a nation. Why that many years? Because this is the minimum number of years which [is required] to educate one generation of students in the country of your enemy, exposed to the ideology of the enemy. In other words, Marxist-Leninist ideology is being pumped into the soft heads of at least three generations of American students, without being challenged, or counter-balanced by the basic values of Americanism (American patriotism).

    The result? The result you can see. Most of the people who graduated in the sixties (drop-outs or half-baked intellectuals) are now occupying the positions of power in the government, civil service, business, mass media, [and the] educational system. You are stuck with them. You cannot get rid of them. They are contaminated; they are programmed to think and react to certain stimuli in a certain pattern. You cannot change their mind[s], even if you expose them to authentic information, even if you prove that white is white and black is black, you still cannot change the basic perception and the logic of behavior. In other words, these people... the process of demoralization is complete and irreversible. To [rid] society of these people, you need another twenty or fifteen years to educate a new generation of patriotically-minded and common sense people, who would be acting in favor and in the interests of United States society.

    Griffin: And yet these people who have been ‘programmed,’ and as you say [are] in place and who are favorable to an opening with the Soviet concept... these are the very people who would be marked for extermination in this country?

    Bezmenov: Most of them, yes. Simply because the psychological shock when they will see in [the] future what the beautiful society of ‘equality’ and ‘social justice’ means in practice, obviously they will revolt. They will be very unhappy, frustrated people, and the Marxist-Leninist regime does not tolerate these people. Obviously they will join the leagues of dissenters (dissidents).

    Unlike in [the] present United States there will be no place for dissent in future Marxist-Leninist America. Here you can get popular like Daniel Ellsberg and filthy-rich like Jane Fonda for being ‘dissident,’ for criticizing your Pentagon. In [the] future these people will be simply [squashing sound] squashed like cockroaches. Nobody is going to pay them nothing for their beautiful, noble ideas of equality. This they don't understand and it will be [the] greatest shock for them, of course.

    The demoralization process in [the] United States is basically completed already. For the last 25 years... actually, it's over-fulfilled because demoralization now reaches such areas where previously not even Comrade Andropov and all his experts would even dream of such a tremendous success. Most of it is done by Americans to Americans, thanks to [a] lack of moral standards.
     

    A great article. Thanks for the link.

    The real purpose of the anti-racism rally may be (per the tactics revealed on Steve’s Tayor Swift blog) to see who doesn’t show up. The only logical assumption to make is that the no-shows are devotees of Stormfront.

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    @Alfa158
    The Soviet Union was like the guy in the Hemingway novel, "How did you go bankrupt? Slowly at first then all at once". The trends that will lead to the collapse of the US started in the '60's so it has been as you put it "a very long time", but when the "all at once" happens is unpredictable. It may be 20 years from now or it may be 2 years.
    The triggering point may likely the dollar losing it's status as the THE currency. If that happens the government will no longer be able to print Monopoly money or borrow money at below inflation interest rates. That will mean stock market collapse, and the deflation of the enormous government funding flows that hold together the coalition of the fringes, the insane military spending. The current invade the world, invite the world, owe the world regime will go down in flames.

    That will mean stock market collapse, and the deflation of the enormous government funding flows that hold together the coalition of the fringes, the insane military spending. The current invade the world, invite the world, owe the world regime will go down in flames.

    The conservative, patriotic virtue-signaling when it comes to the military and veterans is insanely costly. Most of the vets, the vast majority, did a few years in the military and not in a war zone, yet they get a lifetime of benefits. It’s an extremely expensive jobs program. It costs U.S. taxpayers $1 million a year to have one U.S. service member overseas. Even more in some places (e.g., Middle East because they all get extra pay for deployment). This insanity can’t go on for very much longer.

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  87. @Old Palo Altan
    The Russians can't beat us head-on?

    Twenty more years of this insanity and they'll do it with ease - if the Chinese have left anything over for them that is.

    I don’t think so. The Russians have their own problems.

    See this story:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/09/world/europe/narva-estonia-ivangorod-russia.html

    EU sends money to build a riverside promenade to an Estonian city and its Russian twin right across the river – the Estonian promenade gets built, the money in Russian most disappears and very little gets built. Think of Russia as sort of like a colder Mexico with paler people. (BTW, Mexican and Russia are statistically very similar nowaday).

    Now the Chinese I would worry about. Putin has really gotten Russia to punch above its weight using PE drugs but ultimately it’s not going to be able to maintain that trajectory. What happens in Russia after Czar Putin dies? There doesn’t seem to be any plan or strategy for a successor.

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    Think of Russia as sort of like a colder Mexico with paler people. (BTW, Mexican and Russia are statistically very similar nowaday).
     
    If only. In reality, Russia has two advantages relative to Mexico - it produces 5x the oil (and other natural resources) and has much smarter people. Somehow, the Bolsheviks turned gold into dross. And Putin has done nothing to improve Russia's lot except preside over a period when oil prices went from $10 a barrel to $100 and then back to $50. It is truly amazing that Russia produces more many times Mexico's oil and yet has the same nominal GDP per capita. Tells you that Russia's non-oil economy is a hollow shell.
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  88. @Tiny Duck
    Thanks to demographic change whites will be a minority's and be forced to live in the terror that People of. Older r live in now

    You people have no empathy and education in history


    Why don't you write about republican pedophile Roy Moore?

    Read Leonard Pitts and Sabaa Tahir

    : Your comment was totally incomprehensible. Please learn English grammar/syntax.

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  89. @Anonymous
    Maybe someone will be discovered not attending the walk, and this can count as a real hatecrime.

    Better: maybe the walkers themselves can discover these haters as they walk? They can search the library, perhaps.

    The ungulate-bbq posse down at The Evergreen State College communicated that a staffer walked out of some “implicit bias” workshop recently after the presentation started with images including black men’s corpses hanging from a lynchin’ tree.

    Word as I received it was that he said in front of the entire class, and the instructor, that he found the content deeply offensive and wasn’t going to stay.

    Listening in on the conversations, I concluded that this was not a “required” event, but that middle managers were providing heavy pressure on their employees and noting who did and didn’t attend.

    Apparently viewing diversity-thrill snuff porn is now a requirement for employment in blue states’ public sector.

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  90. The Russians are Christians: conquest by them will be bearable, even salvific.

    The Chinese are not: conquest by them will be a crucifixion without a resurrection.

    It’s going to be one or the other, so you’d better hope that the Russians are not the mestizos of the North you take them to be.

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    http://www.finland.or.jp/public/default.aspx?nodeid=50019&contentlan=2&culture=en-US
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  91. @stillCARealist
    "The new holy writ is racial, sexual, and gender egalitarianism, not science."

    You left out environmentalism. We went to National Geographic's website for the upcoming Geography Bee and they have lots of beautiful pictures and study aids. Guess what the overarching theme was? Full indoctrination for the next generation to learn that industry is bad and all that matters is nature untouched.

    Full indoctrination for the next generation to learn that industry is bad and all that matters is nature untouched.

    There may be some measure of truth to the claim that 7 billion and counting consumers or potential consumers of toilet paper (some cultures still use their hands) is far too many, although of course the P.C. solution is to kill off civilization by infecting civilized peoples with taxation, libertinism/feminism, abortion, birth control and immigration rather than considering how to humanely reduce African, subcontinental and Muslim T.F.R.s.. Presumably National Geographic is on the former side. If so, we should start a campaign to get National Geographic to end its print edition (for the trees) and stop using the computer (for the electricity).

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  92. @Jack D
    I don't think so. The Russians have their own problems.

    See this story:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/09/world/europe/narva-estonia-ivangorod-russia.html

    EU sends money to build a riverside promenade to an Estonian city and its Russian twin right across the river - the Estonian promenade gets built, the money in Russian most disappears and very little gets built. Think of Russia as sort of like a colder Mexico with paler people. (BTW, Mexican and Russia are statistically very similar nowaday).

    Now the Chinese I would worry about. Putin has really gotten Russia to punch above its weight using PE drugs but ultimately it's not going to be able to maintain that trajectory. What happens in Russia after Czar Putin dies? There doesn't seem to be any plan or strategy for a successor.

    Think of Russia as sort of like a colder Mexico with paler people. (BTW, Mexican and Russia are statistically very similar nowaday).

    If only. In reality, Russia has two advantages relative to Mexico – it produces 5x the oil (and other natural resources) and has much smarter people. Somehow, the Bolsheviks turned gold into dross. And Putin has done nothing to improve Russia’s lot except preside over a period when oil prices went from $10 a barrel to $100 and then back to $50. It is truly amazing that Russia produces more many times Mexico’s oil and yet has the same nominal GDP per capita. Tells you that Russia’s non-oil economy is a hollow shell.

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    Somehow, the Bolsheviks turned gold into dross.
     
    Yes, and it was really hard work that led to that achievement. But there are many now who would love to revisit that wonderful Soviet utopia. Just ask AndrewR if you want to read it from an acolyte of "The Socialist Garden of Eden (tm)" because that AndrewR, well, he can explain it to you with all the zeal of a true believer.
    , @Jack D
    This proves my point. With supposedly much smarter people, once you subtract out oil, the Russians produce much less than the Mexicans. Mexico is famously corrupt, but the Russians are in another league.
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  93. “I don’t think we’re in Kansas Toto”……famous quote attributed to Dorothy, last name unknown.

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    Gale; her surname is Gale.
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  94. @Tiny Duck
    Thanks to demographic change whites will be a minority's and be forced to live in the terror that People of. Older r live in now

    You people have no empathy and education in history


    Why don't you write about republican pedophile Roy Moore?

    Read Leonard Pitts and Sabaa Tahir

    Why don’t you write about republican pedophile Roy Moore?

    We are stretching the definition of pedophilia to absurd lengths. The only accusations that have any scent of truth about them are that he dated 18 and 19 year old girls when he was thirty.

    By that definition nearly every male celebrity in the last 100 years is probably guilty of “pedophilia”. And the rest of us wish we could do the same.

    As a society, we have normalized nearly every perversion and sexually degenerate act. You want to spend your weekend swapping bodily fluids with fifty other men? No problem. But heaven forbid a thirty year old man finds a young woman in the prime of her fertile years attractive.

    The left is waging a war against nature. It is a war that cannot possibly be won. It doesn’t mean there aren’t still innocent civilian casualties.

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    In the 1941 movie "Sergeant York" ( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0034167/ ) the almost 40 y/o Gary Cooper has as his female lead the then 16 y/o Joan Leslie, so apparently having a young lady for an older man was not considered "creepy" in any respect. Or as George Burns said about YLs:

    "When I was 18, I loved 18 year olds.
    Now I'm older, and still love 18 year olds."

    Amen.
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  95. It’s the feminist infantalization of our society.

    Whining, crying, and emotional manipulation while being the most privileged, lazy group in our history.

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  96. @40 Acres and A Kardashian

    But today, the intellectuals have created a new church based on their own faith — not reason as they claim. The university is the new cathedral
     
    Oh, c'mon, man. Get a clue, will ya?

    It's not the new cathedral.

    It's the new synagogue.

    Even with all the BDS mobs? The left seems to be turning on Jews as the campuses become “more diverse”.

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  97. @nigel

    Why don’t you write about republican pedophile Roy Moore?
     
    We are stretching the definition of pedophilia to absurd lengths. The only accusations that have any scent of truth about them are that he dated 18 and 19 year old girls when he was thirty.

    By that definition nearly every male celebrity in the last 100 years is probably guilty of "pedophilia". And the rest of us wish we could do the same.

    As a society, we have normalized nearly every perversion and sexually degenerate act. You want to spend your weekend swapping bodily fluids with fifty other men? No problem. But heaven forbid a thirty year old man finds a young woman in the prime of her fertile years attractive.

    The left is waging a war against nature. It is a war that cannot possibly be won. It doesn't mean there aren't still innocent civilian casualties.

    In the 1941 movie “Sergeant York” ( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0034167/ ) the almost 40 y/o Gary Cooper has as his female lead the then 16 y/o Joan Leslie, so apparently having a young lady for an older man was not considered “creepy” in any respect. Or as George Burns said about YLs:

    “When I was 18, I loved 18 year olds.
    Now I’m older, and still love 18 year olds.”

    Amen.

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  98. By comparison to President Richard Myers, the Cargo Cultists look positively Nobel-Prize-in-Any-Hard-Science smart. But do Jews really want to own this? I am thinking it cannot help them.

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  99. @Tiny Duck
    Thanks to demographic change whites will be a minority's and be forced to live in the terror that People of. Older r live in now

    You people have no empathy and education in history


    Why don't you write about republican pedophile Roy Moore?

    Read Leonard Pitts and Sabaa Tahir

    Thanks to demographic change whites will be a minority’s and be forced to live in the terror that People of. Older r live in now

    Please accept my condolences on your Alzheimer’s dementia.

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    Hey, be nice. This bot is just trying to hit on something as catchy as "covfefe."
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  100. @Johann Ricke

    Think of Russia as sort of like a colder Mexico with paler people. (BTW, Mexican and Russia are statistically very similar nowaday).
     
    If only. In reality, Russia has two advantages relative to Mexico - it produces 5x the oil (and other natural resources) and has much smarter people. Somehow, the Bolsheviks turned gold into dross. And Putin has done nothing to improve Russia's lot except preside over a period when oil prices went from $10 a barrel to $100 and then back to $50. It is truly amazing that Russia produces more many times Mexico's oil and yet has the same nominal GDP per capita. Tells you that Russia's non-oil economy is a hollow shell.

    Somehow, the Bolsheviks turned gold into dross.

    Yes, and it was really hard work that led to that achievement. But there are many now who would love to revisit that wonderful Soviet utopia. Just ask AndrewR if you want to read it from an acolyte of “The Socialist Garden of Eden ™” because that AndrewR, well, he can explain it to you with all the zeal of a true believer.

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  101. @Joe Stalin
    A real Game of Thrones dude; a true Teddy Roosevelt. Remember, TR advocated for a war and then went and fought as a Rough Rider. No cowards or fakers here.

    We could use a few good Euron Greyjoys.

    Especially in the Mediterranean.

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  102. @Anon
    Those signs would be great, but it would be more fun to be a little more aggressive in highlighting the absurdity.

    "If God really loved the Jews, he wouldn't have blown down the sukkah. Unite against hate crimes from God. "

    "Unite against self-inflicted vandalism."

    I'm not feeling especially clever tonight, but I know some of you could come up with some good troll signs.

    I didn’t know you could take out $15 million Sukkah wind damage insurance!

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  103. @AndrewR
    If you feel terrorized by a march led by a bunch of low-T elderly bureaucrats in dull suits, then that's your problem..

    No, they’re being terrorized by the hoaxers.

    Also, pls stop replying to my comments.

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    Lol suck it up, big guy.

    The administrators are not being terrorized. They're just cowards.
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  104. @Buffalo Joe
    "I don't think we're in Kansas Toto"......famous quote attributed to Dorothy, last name unknown.

    Gale; her surname is Gale.

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    And likely a reference to the "free silver" movement, widely reported as a "cyclone," that swept the Midwest heartland and shook up DC in the populist revolt against central banking's increasing takeover of the US after the depression of the 1890s.

    Though I once met a really old guy from Wisconsin who was alive in the nineteen-aughts. He likened it to more like a prairie fire. But it's hard to write a good allegorical novel about holocaust.

    Oh, wait............
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  105. @Mr. Anon
    What she says may or may not be true. Haim's mother has pretty much proved that she was an awful mother, has she not?

    Corey Feldman has said that the individual who first abused Corey Haim is still alive and is a ‘titan of the industry’. That doesn’t sound like Charlie Sheen, because he doesn’t hold that much influence these days, does he?

    If he has power, it’s probably a superpower that he shares with Ozzie Ozborne – remaining alive and sentient (sort of) despite all odds. He’s still very funny but he’s a shadow of his old self.

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  106. @Desiderius
    No, they're being terrorized by the hoaxers.

    Also, pls stop replying to my comments.

    Lol suck it up, big guy.

    The administrators are not being terrorized. They’re just cowards.

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    The administrators are not being terrorized. They’re just cowards.
     
    No, they're cynics. You're being played.

    These people would make Machiavelli blush.
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  107. The MAJORITY of such “hate” incidents are perpetuated by the minorities who claim the crime. Laird Wilcox has two editions of ‘Crying Wolf’ which document these occurances.

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  108. How many times do we have to jump the shark before racism finally jumps the shark once and for all?

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  109. @Johann Ricke

    Think of Russia as sort of like a colder Mexico with paler people. (BTW, Mexican and Russia are statistically very similar nowaday).
     
    If only. In reality, Russia has two advantages relative to Mexico - it produces 5x the oil (and other natural resources) and has much smarter people. Somehow, the Bolsheviks turned gold into dross. And Putin has done nothing to improve Russia's lot except preside over a period when oil prices went from $10 a barrel to $100 and then back to $50. It is truly amazing that Russia produces more many times Mexico's oil and yet has the same nominal GDP per capita. Tells you that Russia's non-oil economy is a hollow shell.

    This proves my point. With supposedly much smarter people, once you subtract out oil, the Russians produce much less than the Mexicans. Mexico is famously corrupt, but the Russians are in another league.

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  110. In October, a Jewish ceremonial tent was destroyed. Initially, it was investigated as anti-Semitic vandalism. Authorities later concluded the tent was damaged during inclement weather. …

    Yeah, there was a lot of that in the Old Testament, too.

    Or, should I say, a Lot of that:

    https://fineartamerica.com/products/lot-fleeing-from-sodom-benjamin-west-canvas-print.html

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  111. @AndrewR
    Lol suck it up, big guy.

    The administrators are not being terrorized. They're just cowards.

    The administrators are not being terrorized. They’re just cowards.

    No, they’re cynics. You’re being played.

    These people would make Machiavelli blush.

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  112. @newrouter
    Jim Jones would be impressed with that kool aide.

    : Peoples Temple survivors claimed at the time it a mass murder. One asked in a press conference why was the CIA there?

    It was is public knowledge that emissaries had just before been at the Russian Embassy to ask for asylum.

    What is rarely mentioned in Swamp News about the event is that the loudspeakers in Jonestown were nonstop readings of Karl Marx.

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  113. @Old Palo Altan
    The Russians are Christians: conquest by them will be bearable, even salvific.

    The Chinese are not: conquest by them will be a crucifixion without a resurrection.

    It's going to be one or the other, so you'd better hope that the Russians are not the mestizos of the North you take them to be.

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  114. @Autochthon
    Gale; her surname is Gale.

    And likely a reference to the “free silver” movement, widely reported as a “cyclone,” that swept the Midwest heartland and shook up DC in the populist revolt against central banking’s increasing takeover of the US after the depression of the 1890s.

    Though I once met a really old guy from Wisconsin who was alive in the nineteen-aughts. He likened it to more like a prairie fire. But it’s hard to write a good allegorical novel about holocaust.

    Oh, wait…………

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  115. @Charles Erwin Wilson II

    Thanks to demographic change whites will be a minority’s and be forced to live in the terror that People of. Older r live in now
     
    Please accept my condolences on your Alzheimer's dementia.

    Hey, be nice. This bot is just trying to hit on something as catchy as “covfefe.”

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  116. How important is Kansas State anyway? I can’t even think of which sport the school’s existence is an excuse for hosting.

    Is it true the school was born when someone in a Lawrence bar said, “I’ll have another Manhattan”?

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    KSU has a widely recognized outstanding Vet Med School, and
    does very well in other domains rooted in its historical A&M
    status; yet, the remaining portions are perhaps inviting of
    humorous sarcasm. But PC passions have been atypically
    strongly rooted in this situation. Yet the realism of the basic
    practical mission of the campus does quietly militate against
    PC endless "Red Guard" antics. The sidebar feature to this
    story that perhaps accounts for the story is that in the
    county in which KSU exists, Riley County Kansas, about
    40 years ago a county wide police force was set up, pushing
    out of existence the traditional elected County Sheriff. None
    of the other 104 Kansas counties has emulated this situation.
    The existing Director of the Riley County Police Department
    (RCPD) came on board from a law enforcement diploma program
    at Wichita State University, taking over about 25 years ago or so.
    What seems to have taken shape is that RCPD has been particularly
    congenial to KSU campus PC passions. One senses there has been
    "a lot of whispering" within regional law enforcement about this
    situation? But it is all too uniquely characteristic of RCPD that
    anything that might produce private chuckles --like this raycizzm
    hoax--is to be sidestepped and deflated and put back under the
    rug. Producing a sick joke hoax like this is not in essence much
    different from carrying out a deliberately false alarm by yelling
    "Fire! Fire!" in a crowded movie theatre. But anything that would
    bring forth chuckles privately in contempt for the endless PC "Red
    Guard" efforts on campus USA is something that is not "Red Guard"
    approved of. That's the story here. But the more basic investigative
    topic is just why if none of the other 104 Kansas counties have wished
    to emulate RCPD there has not been an investigation and scrutiny of
    whether they are lagging or RCPD in reality has an off the rails basis
    for its existence.
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  117. anon • Disclaimer says:

    The immediate context to this story is significant. Only Riley County, home of the 26,000 student
    Kansas State University (A & M roots ), has more than 40 years ago decided to do away with
    an elected County Sheriff and put in place a county wide Police Department. None of the other
    104 Kansas counties has even approximately gone this way over the last four decades. In
    addition to the University, Riley county borders the massive U.S. Army Fort Riley base.
    Whatever the influence of these distinguishing facts, the RCPD
    current Director came on board from a university law enforcement training program at
    Wichita State University, himself taking over RCPD in the early 90′s. The effects of campus
    PC radiate out –at least at the administrative levels–and RCPD has been particularly active in
    accordance with PC passions. In this context, making a prosecution out of a racial “hoax” is
    deflating to the MSM needs of the PC units in the County. But making a “joke” out racism is
    perhaps tantamount to falsely for weird kicks yelling “Fire! Fire!” in a crowded movie theatre.
    However, anything that might produce private snickering about the PC passion to make a daily
    event out of either sexism or rayycisssm is something that needs to be sidestepped vis a vis
    PC thought enforcement. Over the last several decades none of the remaining 104 Kansas counties
    has dispensed with an elected Sheriff in order to have a county wide Police Department. Yet if there
    has been an academic study of why the RCPD is not emulated anywhere else such a study remains a
    great mystery. No one has heard of it. Viewed up close, this RCPD “hands off” about this hoax is
    but one of many yet to be examined distinguishing features of this county wide monopolistic police
    force that no other location in the State wishes to emulate.

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  118. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar
    How important is Kansas State anyway? I can't even think of which sport the school's existence is an excuse for hosting.

    Is it true the school was born when someone in a Lawrence bar said, "I'll have another Manhattan"?

    KSU has a widely recognized outstanding Vet Med School, and
    does very well in other domains rooted in its historical A&M
    status; yet, the remaining portions are perhaps inviting of
    humorous sarcasm. But PC passions have been atypically
    strongly rooted in this situation. Yet the realism of the basic
    practical mission of the campus does quietly militate against
    PC endless “Red Guard” antics. The sidebar feature to this
    story that perhaps accounts for the story is that in the
    county in which KSU exists, Riley County Kansas, about
    40 years ago a county wide police force was set up, pushing
    out of existence the traditional elected County Sheriff. None
    of the other 104 Kansas counties has emulated this situation.
    The existing Director of the Riley County Police Department
    (RCPD) came on board from a law enforcement diploma program
    at Wichita State University, taking over about 25 years ago or so.
    What seems to have taken shape is that RCPD has been particularly
    congenial to KSU campus PC passions. One senses there has been
    “a lot of whispering” within regional law enforcement about this
    situation? But it is all too uniquely characteristic of RCPD that
    anything that might produce private chuckles –like this raycizzm
    hoax–is to be sidestepped and deflated and put back under the
    rug. Producing a sick joke hoax like this is not in essence much
    different from carrying out a deliberately false alarm by yelling
    “Fire! Fire!” in a crowded movie theatre. But anything that would
    bring forth chuckles privately in contempt for the endless PC “Red
    Guard” efforts on campus USA is something that is not “Red Guard”
    approved of. That’s the story here. But the more basic investigative
    topic is just why if none of the other 104 Kansas counties have wished
    to emulate RCPD there has not been an investigation and scrutiny of
    whether they are lagging or RCPD in reality has an off the rails basis
    for its existence.

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  119. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    K-State seems very big on a splash reaction to loony pranks. The University would be far
    better served by considering what the late Arthur Jensen duly emphasized--namely, that it
    is illogical to condemn the facts of science as being racist, hateful, etc. etc. His due emphasis
    was that the domain of reasoned discussion and debate would be over what acceptable
    interfaces existed with the facts of science--with the evolved biological distinctions along lines
    of race and between men and women. K-State has had Morris Dees of Southern Poverty Law
    Center as a guest at least once for a presentation. It might be more becoming to see if Dees
    or some of his associates would be willing to have an on-campus discussion with Steve Sailer
    and Jared Taylor and maybe Richard Lynn--huh??

    This comment get to the heart of things surrounding the hoax story.
    K-State is in Riley County, as is the small city of Manhattan, KANSAS.
    Riley County about 40 years ago became the only county among the
    105 Kansas counties to dispense with an elected Sheriff and replace
    that function with the Riley County Police Department. There has
    thus far been no online discussion or investigation as to just why
    over 40 years none of the other 104 counties has failed to emulate
    this arrangement. There is no doubt that the PC mania from
    portions of the KSU campus has been accommodated by the
    RCPD administration. Thus, a hoax that might entail private
    chuckles ( improperly ) is not PC OK. That is the core of this
    story. A professional (FBI Quantico, maybe? ) study of this
    unique arrangement vis a vis the other 104 couties is long overdue.

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  120. anon • Disclaimer says:

    As noted in a reply here, Morris Dees has been invited eagerly
    to K-State several years ago. But there is no record of Steve Sailer,
    Jared Taylor, Richard Lynn, Nicholas Wade, having been invited
    or now being contemplated to be invited. K-State and the small
    city of Manhattan , Kansas, are within Riley Coounty, Kansas, and
    very much dominate the County (along with the military leadership
    of the adjacent U.S. Army Fort Riley base ). Riley county about
    40 years ago or more became unique also by doing away with
    the traditional County Sheriff and replacing that elected position
    with the Riley County Police Department . RCPD has remained
    the only such CPD among the 105 Kansas counties. It has been
    obviously congenial to K-State PC passions in a way that a sagacious
    elected Sheriff who wished to be re-elected would modify. This
    is the root of the story. It is profoundly non-PC to focus upon a
    hoax that privately (improperly but realistically) produces a lot
    of chuckles. It may be a whispered topic within the ranks of
    Kansas law enforcement as to why no other county in Kansas
    has a counterpart to RCPD. But it is not a topic that has any
    overt law enforcement academic examination that anyone knows
    of. Maybe the FBI Quantico people would care to examine whether
    this is a cutting edge of progress or maybe an innovation held in
    place by some off the rails magnetism?? It is not exactly a
    taxpayer bargain, btw.

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  121. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    K-State seems very big on a splash reaction to loony pranks. The University would be far
    better served by considering what the late Arthur Jensen duly emphasized--namely, that it
    is illogical to condemn the facts of science as being racist, hateful, etc. etc. His due emphasis
    was that the domain of reasoned discussion and debate would be over what acceptable
    interfaces existed with the facts of science--with the evolved biological distinctions along lines
    of race and between men and women. K-State has had Morris Dees of Southern Poverty Law
    Center as a guest at least once for a presentation. It might be more becoming to see if Dees
    or some of his associates would be willing to have an on-campus discussion with Steve Sailer
    and Jared Taylor and maybe Richard Lynn--huh??

    The context to this item IS the story. A bit earlier this year, a K-State dominated group, headed
    by a Professor long in Philosophy, approached te Riley County Police Department (RCPD)
    with concerns about the greater incidence of certain police confrontations of Blacks than of Whites.
    But no where…no where…is there anything by a cultivated assumption that this disparity is
    a product of the attitudes and values of RCPD police officers. No where…No whee..is here any
    recognition of academic work ( Rushton, Lynn, Brand, Jensen, Eysenck…et al ) creating a basis
    to consider that a good bit of this mere statistical disparity is not unlikely accounted for by
    differences in biology , shaped by somewhat varied human evolution, and social differences over
    time—ALL of which are rather remote from immediate attitudes and values of RCPD police officers.
    This seems almost counterpart to what was overtly seen in the USSR re human differences when the political quack Lysenko for a time was at the “academic” helm there. While it is not unlikely that
    some of the disparity between Blacks and Whites re police confrontation may be (?) wrong emotions and values of some RCPD Officers (?) it is absurd to assume reflexively that for the most part the
    disparity has any immediate relevance to the values and emotions of the overwhelming majority of
    RCPD Officers. Yet , it is though a neo-Lysencko standard was singing the tune in all this now
    at K-State/ Riley County, Kansas / late in 2017—-????

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  122. anon • Disclaimer says:

    There may be a lot less PC monolith at K-State that surface appearance suggest?
    Some lines of education that are rather averse to PC dreaming are in engineering
    and such a reality dominated field as Veterinary Medicine, of which K-State’s program
    is outstanding. It is fatuous to assume that the keen interests in anti-racism of the
    command at the adjacent U.S. Army base, Fort Riley , do not impact the acts and
    omissions of both K-State and of the Riley County Police Department (RCPD). Indeed
    one source I visited about concerning RCPD and the PC fixation indicated to me that
    she thought RCPD stemmed more than anything from the all volunteer military and
    the vast upsurge, accordingly, of Blacks in the Army. The timelines re RCPD are themselves
    congruent with this hypothesis, but that falls short of any degree of proof. RCPD got underway
    in the 70′s as the all volunteer force became emergent and consolidated as such.
    At the feet-on-the-ground level of either RCPD, K-State, or the Army Ft. Riley base there
    is scant enthusiasm for this PC mania and for failing to consider that disparities affecting
    Blacks and Whites may be very significantly not created by racism but by the varied evolutionary
    distinctions between Blacks and Whites, the varied social histories, and so forth. No one denies
    that racism would be showing its hand among a large police force, but the incidence of that
    as a matter of personal shortcoming probably has little to do with most of what is of concern
    to the PC K-State people—has little to do with the fact that Blacks may be more often and more
    repeatedly in violation of law than Whites are. Is one seriously to suppose that among the abler
    academics at K-State none has read and considered Jensen’s major books, Eysenck’s , Rushton’s work…?? But there certainly is no clear overt indication anyone has. Reality seems to be
    somewhere between the lines of what thus far for a quarter of a century has been forthcoming
    publicly from RCPD, K-State (and the Ft .Riley command?).

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