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Trump Schooled on WHO WE ARE: "U.S. Belongs to All Nations ... No One May Consider Themselves the Owner and View Others as Guests or Immigrants," Notes Ahmadinejad

“The contemporary US belongs to all nations”-Ahmadinejad

More than a dozen years ago, Libya’s Colonel Qaddaffii prophetically pointed out that America didn’t belong to Americans anymore, it belonged to the whole world:

All the people all over the world had made America and it shall accordingly be for all of us.

Now, according to the Daily Mail, another statesman of similar caliber is forcefully expressing this new conventional wisdom:

‘The contemporary US belongs to all nations’: Former Iranian president targets Trump’s travel ban and says the American political system is ‘corrupt’ in open letter to the president

PUBLISHED: 05:03 EST, 26 February 2017

… Iran’s former hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sent a letter Sunday to President Donald Trump, striking a somewhat conciliatory tone while applauding immigration to America and saying it shows ‘the contemporary U.S. belongs to all nations.’ …

He also acknowledged the some 1 million people of Iranian descent living in America, saying that U.S. policies should ‘value respect toward the diversity of nations and races.’

‘In other words, the contemporary U.S. belongs to all nations, including the natives of the land,’ he wrote.

‘No one may consider themselves the owner and view others as guests or immigrants.’

Someday …

Perhaps someday, Trump will be silenced and the truths of great Americans like Col. Kaffaffee and Ahmadinejad allowed to ring out in this land.

Only then will the Statue of Liberty stop crying.

Indeed, Gathathi and Ahmadinejad are the true American patriots of the 21st Century. They are who we are. Perhaps someday they will have their faces carved on Mount Rushmore over the outmoded visages of slaveowners Washington and Jefferson.

Like race, Immigration Does Not Exist. The are no “Non-Americans,” just Americans who haven’t moved here yet.

 
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  1. The smoke you see rising over Washington is Jennifer Rubin’s brain exploding and setting fire to the whole neighborhood.

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    • Replies: @PiltdownMan

    The smoke you see rising over Washington is Jennifer Rubin’s brain exploding and setting fire to the whole neighborhood.
     
    Lol. Only because she was nodding her head so vigorously in agreement.
    , @David In TN
    I suppose Brooks and Rubin will now love Ahmadinejad.
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  2. Quite obvious that Ahmadinejad is trolling the US.

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    • Replies: @MG
    No, he's not. This absurd belief is quite common in the Third World. I know Indians think they built Silicon Valley and without them Americans would amount to nothing in hi-tech. An Iranian once told me that his compatriot in NASA is why America could land a man on the moon.
    , @Cagey Beast
    I wonder if he is? Over the years I've heard enough immigrants to Canada tell me quite clearly that this is their understanding of things. Post-Christian, globalist virtue signalling is a hothouse orchid that does not travel well.
    , @Dumbo
    I think this is another thing that (tribalist) non-whites understand differently than (non-tribalist) whites.

    Whites see "multiculturalism", a beautiful mix of cultures under a proposition-nation where tribes no longer matter.

    But tribalist non-whites see just a place that is ripe for the taking, a space without leaders ready to be occupied by their own tribe. And they are not wrong.

    By the way, Iranians in L.A. are a pretty arrogant bunch, although I think most are Persian Jews (not sure).
    , @ussr andy
    PressTV is very anti-Trump, though. So perhaps there is a strong pro-NWO current in Iran, they just diagree on details.
    , @Jefferson
    "Quite obvious that Ahmadinejad is trolling the US."

    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is Brown, Non European, and a Muslim. He is just expressing how he really feels. White people are not his Tribe so he really has no skin in the game when it comes to helping preserve a majority White America.
    , @TheJester
    In the early 1990s, I sat around the dinner table in Bahrain with a Bahraini, a Palestinian, an Egyptian, and a Lebanese. I was the only American at the table. What surprised me was the pervasive interest that everyone else had in America and American politics. American politics and economics dominated the discussion for the entire evening. They paid much greater attention to events in the United States and they were much better informed about these events than the typical American citizen. They seemed to care less about events in their own countries.

    I raised the question, "Why the obsession with the United States?" The answer, "What happens in the United States affects our lives." Indeed, one guest at the table lamented that they should get a vote in what America does in the world because of the impact it has on them.

    Such is the price of empire. Regardless of how strongly Americans deny that America is an empire like that of the Romans and the British, the people at the table knew America was a global empire ... and they knew that they were its citizens. They also knew that the mega-cities on the east and west coasts were the power centers from which the Empire is ruled.

    The Liberals and Progressives agree with them. They believe in open borders for all imperial citizens because they believe in and are pressing for a further expansion of the empire. They support the health and wealth of its imperial citizens.

    Trump has promised to restore the Republic and the wealth and health of its original citizens. The Liberals and Progressives see that as a dagger to the heart of their imperial ambitions. They are seeking to import millions of imperial subjects qua citizens as quickly as possible so that the republican movement will be overwhelmed by demographics.

    The United States can be an empire ... or it can be a republic. But, it cannot be both at the same time.

  3. Well, if we tell people something enough times, for enough decades, then they might turn around and believe it. I’m Canadian, not American, and “our” “elite” have been shouting the same message for about as long as I’ve been alive. The other 7 billion people are taking us at our official word and accepting our invitation. When they get here, they make sure to remind us of the terms of the verbal agreement made on our behalf.

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    • Replies: @Anonymous
    When they get here, they make sure to remind us of the terms of the verbal agreement made on our behalf.

    On Rod Dreher's blog the other day, a non-white commenter, whose family has not been in the U.S. for all that long, made this very point. He said that the U.S. promised him that he was as American as an other American, and he was pretty adamant about it.

  4. On the bright side, Ahmadinejad and the Neocons finally agree on something. Maybe, Ahmadinejad can make a comeback as a Washington Post or New York Times columnist.

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  5. The negative 1st Amendment (-1): American citizens may not consider themselves the owner of the United States of America and the guests or immigrants from the world shall be able to invade with impunity.

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  6. @Anatoly Karlin
    Quite obvious that Ahmadinejad is trolling the US.

    No, he’s not. This absurd belief is quite common in the Third World. I know Indians think they built Silicon Valley and without them Americans would amount to nothing in hi-tech. An Iranian once told me that his compatriot in NASA is why America could land a man on the moon.

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    • Replies: @The Albino Sasquatch
    "An Iranian once told me that his compatriot in NASA is why America could land a man on the moon"
    Absolute Rubbish! We all know that it was those delightful negro ladies who made that possible. It was them, and only them alone. In fact, if they hadn't given their mathematic genius to us benighted whiteys the landing on the moon would have been nothing but a pipe dream.
    , @ogunsiron
    Once worked with guy from the ivory coast who had been a "canadian" for maybe 2 years and yet, pointing towards the visible city skyline, he felt confident enough in stating that "all of that was built by immigrants, arabs & blacks".
    , @PiltdownMan

    No, he’s not. This absurd belief is quite common in the Third World. I know Indians think they built Silicon Valley and without them Americans would amount to nothing in hi-tech.
     
    Absurd beliefs are common in the Third World. That's why they are the Third World.
    , @Rodney Toady
    Silly Iranian. Everyone knows it was two black women who made the entire space program work!

    Movies don't lie. I saw "Hidden Figures" and there weren't any Iranians.
    , @Patrick Harris
    There was an Egyptian geologist, Farouk El-Baz, who played a moderately important role in the planning for the moon landing, surveying lunar topography and briefing the astronauts and so forth. He previously worked in oil exploration and his extended family were all well-connected to the Mubarak regime.
  7. File this one from Ahmadinejad under, “Everybody wants a piece of us” and our magic dirt.
    I have seen Chinese and Hindus saying that since European settlers killed off Injuns and stole their land, that America is illegitimate. Thus Chinese and Hindus have just as much to right to North America and to immigrate there if they choose.

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    • Replies: @ben tillman

    I have seen Chinese and Hindus saying that since European settlers killed off Injuns and stole their land, that America is illegitimate. Thus Chinese and Hindus have just as much to right to North America and to immigrate there if they choose.
     
    Yeah, well, they're mendacious or morons. They're just saying "might makes right", and the fate of the Indians is immaterial to that justification.
    , @Lurker

    Thus Chinese and Hindus have just as much to right to North America and to immigrate there if they choose.
     
    The attitude of many immigrants is little different over here (UK) and we're the frikken natives. Whats theirs is theirs and whats ours is theirs too. . .
    , @Rod1963
    What the Chinaman and Brahman won't tell you is if their people had found and colonized this land first, they would have openly exterminated or enslaved the savages living here and would be quite proud of it.

    Of course they want to come here after turning their own countries into shit holes with their rotten cultures and defective value systems. Brains don't matter when your entire culture is based on corruption and ruthless exploitation of people and the environment.
    , @Moshe
    A Syrian told me this PRECISELY.

    "He also added that Americans think that we're only interested in moving there so that we could boff their girls...nonsense! We deserve to come to America because they are the ones who killed the millions of Syrians. Syrians themselves are the kindest and sweetest people in the world. And we have as much a right to screw American girls as you do. Why should we lose out?"

    I put it in quotes because I just had thr pleasure of hearing this speech* and that is pretty much a quote.

    (*unless you are a friend of long standing Arabs will not have a dialogues with you, just subject you to angry speeches)
  8. @Anatoly Karlin
    Quite obvious that Ahmadinejad is trolling the US.

    I wonder if he is? Over the years I’ve heard enough immigrants to Canada tell me quite clearly that this is their understanding of things. Post-Christian, globalist virtue signalling is a hothouse orchid that does not travel well.

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    • Replies: @TangoMan
    I have a vague recollection of an event that happened during your last election and I'd like to read more about it. Do you recall some politician, likely a Conservative candidate, who said something to the effect of "Heritage Canadians built a fine society." This set off some immigrant SJW and a firestorm of controversy emerged after minority communities started protesting and claiming that it was their communities which made Canada great.

    I don't have any specific details so my searches come up empty. Any help would be appreciated.
    , @Frau Katze
    You mean Canadians saying America belongs to everyone, or foreigners saying Canada belongs to everyone (along with the US).
  9. The more immigrants taken in per year, the more Ahmadinejad’s claim seems true in practice. Every alien resident in the country has relatives/wives/in-laws counting on him to get them into America as soon as he’s settled there. There must be millions of these Americans-in-waiting spread around the globe, pinning all their hopes on the chain migration system. It’s time for founding-stock Americans to make people aware that closed borders are the norm, not the exception, for any healthy nation state.

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  10. Maybe we’re overlooking the use of hatred of white Americans as a way of establishing world peace.

    I mean, if it allows an antisemite join the side of the jews in such an effortless and natural way, the sky is the limit.

    We should send some childless intersectional feminists to Palstine and put an end to that conflict once and for all.

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  11. We all know if conservative whites were immigrating en masse to any western nation, the left would be rounding up deportation gangs and screaming for a border wall.

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  12. Pretty easy to see what our enemies have identified as our weakness.

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    • Replies: @Olorin
    Funny you mention that point, which was occupying my mind this morning during chores...thus later in the afternoon we listened to Kevin MacDonald's 2014 Red Ice discussion

    The dispossession of Europeans and pathological altruism
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4goBcZY2Eo

    Most of it involves this issue of our genetic tendencies...and how our enemies exploit them...with the hearty support of many among us.
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    I would like to believe that these exotics (Iranian, Libyan) know what they’re talking about. But because their ethnic groups don’t overperform in scholastic testing I must remain skeptical.

    Yes, the only advice, expertise, counsel etc a modern man needs is to be found inside the mind of an Asian. The scholastic testing proves it. Notice these mouthy towel heads don’t say boo to China!

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    • Replies: @Massimo Heitor

    I would like to believe that these exotics (Iranian, Libyan) know what they’re talking about. But because their ethnic groups don’t overperform in scholastic testing I must remain skeptical.
     
    The demographics of Iran are ~60% ethnically Persian, which is mostly a white ethnic group. They are religiously Muslim, but ethnically, the Persians are basically white. And Persians often do very well in academics including both higher education and K-12 standardized testing.

    The Iran leadership is very militantly Islamic and is the main state sponsor of terrorism, but the people of Iran are quite divided. Many support the militant Islamic supremacist leadership, but many do not at all, and are far more pro-US, pro-west. I remember some academic said there is more anti-western, anti-American sentiment among the people of France than the people of Iran. I believe that.
  14. ‘the contemporary U.S. belongs to all nations’ … some 1 million people of Iranian descent living in America

    Under this reasoning, the U.S. should be governed by a council of owner-nations, with each owner-nation having a weighted vote equal to its contribution to the U.S. population.

    Is it not still the case that Germans are the largest ethnic component of the U.S.?

    Then Mutti Merkel would be our leading Overlord (Overlady?).

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    • Replies: @Lurker

    Under this reasoning, the U.S. should be governed by a council of owner-nations, with each owner-nation having a weighted vote equal to its contribution to the U.S. population.
     
    You must have missed the (very) small print: Contribution to the U.S. population doesn't count if you're white.

    100 million Germans (or whatever) still don't equal one African or one Iranian etc.

    Hope this clears things up.
  15. @Cagey Beast
    I wonder if he is? Over the years I've heard enough immigrants to Canada tell me quite clearly that this is their understanding of things. Post-Christian, globalist virtue signalling is a hothouse orchid that does not travel well.

    I have a vague recollection of an event that happened during your last election and I’d like to read more about it. Do you recall some politician, likely a Conservative candidate, who said something to the effect of “Heritage Canadians built a fine society.” This set off some immigrant SJW and a firestorm of controversy emerged after minority communities started protesting and claiming that it was their communities which made Canada great.

    I don’t have any specific details so my searches come up empty. Any help would be appreciated.

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    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
    Sorry, I don't think I'll be able to help you on that one. I did find this though when I did a search for "heritage Canadian" plus "election":

    The Racist Truth About Canadian Immigration, Posted: 02/07/2014
    http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/rachel-decoste/canada-immigration_b_4747612.html

    It's never, ever enough for these people.

    , @Anonymous
    This seems like a different story, but it's worth retelling:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Stock_Canadians#Harper_controversy

    Prime Minister Harper didn't say anything about heritage Canadians making a good society. All it took to set off the firestorm was this:


    Clarifying previous comments on refugees, Harper said that he would "bring in more" than in the past, but that "we do not offer them a better health-care plan than the ordinary Canadian can receive. I think that's something that new and old stock Canadians can agree with."
     
    He lost to Justin Trudeau.
  16. I don’t think Ahmadinejad would appreciate his face next to Gaddafi’s on Mount Rushmore, given the latter’s probable role in the disappearance of the highly respected Lebanese Shia cleric Musa al-Sadr (relative of Muqtada, among others in the prestigious Sadr family).

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  17. @Anatoly Karlin
    Quite obvious that Ahmadinejad is trolling the US.

    I think this is another thing that (tribalist) non-whites understand differently than (non-tribalist) whites.

    Whites see “multiculturalism”, a beautiful mix of cultures under a proposition-nation where tribes no longer matter.

    But tribalist non-whites see just a place that is ripe for the taking, a space without leaders ready to be occupied by their own tribe. And they are not wrong.

    By the way, Iranians in L.A. are a pretty arrogant bunch, although I think most are Persian Jews (not sure).

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    Whites see “multiculturalism”, a beautiful mix of cultures under a proposition-nation where tribes no longer matter.

    But tribalist non-whites see just a place that is ripe for the taking, a space without leaders ready to be occupied by their own tribe. And they are not wrong.
     

    And what's more, it's not just whites that hear the virtue-signalers and subversives extolling the joys of multicultural diversity and rhapsodizing on the benefits of immigration -- the immigrants hear it too and actually believe they're culturally enriching the place! (Is that a consequence of or a contributing factor to their arrogance?)
  18. @TangoMan
    I have a vague recollection of an event that happened during your last election and I'd like to read more about it. Do you recall some politician, likely a Conservative candidate, who said something to the effect of "Heritage Canadians built a fine society." This set off some immigrant SJW and a firestorm of controversy emerged after minority communities started protesting and claiming that it was their communities which made Canada great.

    I don't have any specific details so my searches come up empty. Any help would be appreciated.

    Sorry, I don’t think I’ll be able to help you on that one. I did find this though when I did a search for “heritage Canadian” plus “election”:

    The Racist Truth About Canadian Immigration, Posted: 02/07/2014

    http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/rachel-decoste/canada-immigration_b_4747612.html

    It’s never, ever enough for these people.

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    • Replies: @TangoMan
    I tried searching for that term as well. Maybe it wasn't Heritage Canadian, but it was something like that. I wish I had paid attention when I first heard the story. Now that I'm reading about how NASA owed its success to Iranians and how Indians built Silicon Valley, I'd really love to find that story because (IIRC) it really showcases the issue of ungrateful immigrants.
    , @Anonymous
    It's funny -- if you're of European origin you might have some respect for the society others made:

    http://news.nationalpost.com/full-comment/barbara-kay-theres-honour-and-history-in-being-old-stock


    I guess I am middle stock, as my grandfather came here from Poland early in the 20th century. He was escaping anti-Semitism and a future that was closed to him in any meaningful way. ...

    If old stock can never more regain an honorific connotation because of its occasionally negative implications, then there should be a new term to convey its meaning. I myself like “heritage Canadians,” because the experiences of old stock forebears created the conditions under which Canada could flourish into orderly greatness. We inherited untold riches we did not earn. They left everyone – not just their own families – a legacy, a heritage that half the world yearns to call their own. Why shouldn’t heritage Canadians feel special? They have every right to.
     

    But if you're an insufferably cocky, grabby, entitled Indian-Canadian -- like Arti Patel, but I've encountered others -- with zero respect for those who made the society so much better than your own people's that you travelled half way across the globe to, um, join it, all you can think of is changing it and bending it to your will:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/arti-patel/second-generation-canadians_b_11972414.html


    Growing up, I felt like I had to choose to be either Indian or Canadian, but now I've come to realize I can be both. Being Canadian doesn't just mean just doing stereotypically Canadian things like being polite or enjoying poutine; it can include my parents' culture and values as well. ...

    This is the generation born and raised in Canada, whose roots span across the globe. Our experiences are more common than we think, and we continue to redefine our home and native land ["home and native land" -- a reference to the national anthem].

    It's time to see our stories and our bodies reflected in mainstream media, to have conversations about uncomfortable topics like race and discrimination, and for some of us, talk to our parents for the first time about how we feel.
     

    Unfortunately, many European Canadians find this redefining makes for an enriching, multicultural tapestry.
  19. @MG
    No, he's not. This absurd belief is quite common in the Third World. I know Indians think they built Silicon Valley and without them Americans would amount to nothing in hi-tech. An Iranian once told me that his compatriot in NASA is why America could land a man on the moon.

    “An Iranian once told me that his compatriot in NASA is why America could land a man on the moon”
    Absolute Rubbish! We all know that it was those delightful negro ladies who made that possible. It was them, and only them alone. In fact, if they hadn’t given their mathematic genius to us benighted whiteys the landing on the moon would have been nothing but a pipe dream.

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    • Replies: @Je Suis Charlie Martel
    Neil DeGrasse Tyson had a tweet about Hidden Figures today and the comment thread was the most pozzed thing ever... veganism, Stephen J Gould, Einstein, equity, Marxism... then Paul Kersey et al. got on it... amazing
    , @Daniel Chieh
    The Coalition of the Fringes gets more Fringey every day.
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    Hmmm..

    Jews and Muslims have one thing in common when it comes to EU and US.

    ‘It belongs as much to us as it does to you.’

    Granted, maybe Muslims do have a point.

    US has been treating the Middle East like it belongs to the US. Propping up compliant regimes in Saudis. Supporting Israel’s destruction of Palestine.
    Taking out regimes in Iran and putting in the Shah. Messing up Afghanistan with the notion that Mujahadeen are like founding fathers. Invading Iraq on a whim based on cooked up lies. Destroying Libya and opening it up black African invasion. And the list goes on. With the US treating the Middle East like its own property, it is only right that Muslims should return the favor and say ‘your land is our land if you treat our land as your land.’

    When the US sticks its nose into the Middle East and turns everything upside down — look at the mess in Libya — , there is a logic to the notion that the US should take in Muslims. Invade and turn people into refugees? Okay, then invite them.

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    • Replies: @Opinionator
    There is a certain logic to it, yes, but I doubt that Americans and Euros would be surrendering their territory to Middle Easterners without some degree of coercive prompting.

    What we are witnessing is Jews trading Europe and the United States to Arabs to essentially compensate Arabs for their loss of Palestine.
    , @bomag

    When the US sticks its nose into the Middle East and turns everything upside down — look at the mess in Libya — , there is a logic to the notion that the US should take in Muslims. Invade and turn people into refugees? Okay, then invite them.
     
    I can respect the honesty here: "the US has been bad, so it must be punished. We will punish it by making it import people that will trash the place. Paybacks are a bitch."

    Nice to dispense with the fiction that immigrants are coming to grow the GDP and revitalize the manned space program.

    That being said, I doubt a better US foreign policy would have had the Middle East humming along as a happy, stable place. The "suck" is baked in.

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    OT: Great photo essay report on Trump’s latest private excursion away from the whitehouse inside the Old Post Office hotel. But the reporter/photog who scooped this stuff got a tip on preezy’s private schedule. That is one giant dangerous leak unless Trump did it deliberately.

    http://ijr.com/2017/02/810965-trump-ditched-the-press-to-have-dinner-heres-how-the-president-acts-when-no-one-is-watching/

    BTW you need to run JavaScript to see the pics

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    • Replies: @ben tillman
    Thanks. I'm glad I followed the link.
    , @snorlax
    It's almost certainly deliberate; it's a puff piece for a very pro-Trump outlet.
  22. S(h)ow weakness, reap contempt — via their foolish immigration and refugee (where we pay to bring in third world flotsam from every fetid corner of the world), white Christian nations have shown they are extremely weak and foolish — the US (‘Invade the World, Invite the World’) is the most obvious target, since by one measure it is the most foolish: it appears the US will be the first to allow the influx to extinguish its demographic heritage as majority white — why should anyone respect such a nation? — its people, its laws.

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    • Replies: @Je Suis Charlie Martel
    "You think because we are tolerant we are weak." Yup

    https://youtu.be/AH0g1l0IaQ4
  23. @MG
    No, he's not. This absurd belief is quite common in the Third World. I know Indians think they built Silicon Valley and without them Americans would amount to nothing in hi-tech. An Iranian once told me that his compatriot in NASA is why America could land a man on the moon.

    Once worked with guy from the ivory coast who had been a “canadian” for maybe 2 years and yet, pointing towards the visible city skyline, he felt confident enough in stating that “all of that was built by immigrants, arabs & blacks”.

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    • Replies: @LondonBob
    Afro Caribbeans do that here in Britain, claim they built the NHS and London Underground because they started filling menial jobs in the 50s.
    , @Jim Don Bob
    Michelle Obama said slaves built the White House and she went to Princeton. So there!
  24. @inertial
    The smoke you see rising over Washington is Jennifer Rubin's brain exploding and setting fire to the whole neighborhood.

    The smoke you see rising over Washington is Jennifer Rubin’s brain exploding and setting fire to the whole neighborhood.

    Lol. Only because she was nodding her head so vigorously in agreement.

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    • Replies: @jtgw
    The point is that the ones saying these things that she would agree with if they came from Clinton or Bush come from those who supposedly represented the deadliest threats to Israel/America.
  25. @MG
    No, he's not. This absurd belief is quite common in the Third World. I know Indians think they built Silicon Valley and without them Americans would amount to nothing in hi-tech. An Iranian once told me that his compatriot in NASA is why America could land a man on the moon.

    No, he’s not. This absurd belief is quite common in the Third World. I know Indians think they built Silicon Valley and without them Americans would amount to nothing in hi-tech.

    Absurd beliefs are common in the Third World. That’s why they are the Third World.

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  26. @PiltdownMan

    The smoke you see rising over Washington is Jennifer Rubin’s brain exploding and setting fire to the whole neighborhood.
     
    Lol. Only because she was nodding her head so vigorously in agreement.

    The point is that the ones saying these things that she would agree with if they came from Clinton or Bush come from those who supposedly represented the deadliest threats to Israel/America.

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  27. Two-thirds of Mexicans–those living in Mexico–say the United States has no right to limit immigration.

    twitter.com/kausmickey/status/834539434167062528

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  28. It’s tit for tat. Since the last two American leaders have presumed to tell Muslims what Islam really means, why shouldn’t Muslim leaders tell Americans what Americanism is all about.

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  29. @Cagey Beast
    Sorry, I don't think I'll be able to help you on that one. I did find this though when I did a search for "heritage Canadian" plus "election":

    The Racist Truth About Canadian Immigration, Posted: 02/07/2014
    http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/rachel-decoste/canada-immigration_b_4747612.html

    It's never, ever enough for these people.

    I tried searching for that term as well. Maybe it wasn’t Heritage Canadian, but it was something like that. I wish I had paid attention when I first heard the story. Now that I’m reading about how NASA owed its success to Iranians and how Indians built Silicon Valley, I’d really love to find that story because (IIRC) it really showcases the issue of ungrateful immigrants.

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    @TangoMan
    I have a vague recollection of an event that happened during your last election and I'd like to read more about it. Do you recall some politician, likely a Conservative candidate, who said something to the effect of "Heritage Canadians built a fine society." This set off some immigrant SJW and a firestorm of controversy emerged after minority communities started protesting and claiming that it was their communities which made Canada great.

    I don't have any specific details so my searches come up empty. Any help would be appreciated.

    This seems like a different story, but it’s worth retelling:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Stock_Canadians#Harper_controversy

    Prime Minister Harper didn’t say anything about heritage Canadians making a good society. All it took to set off the firestorm was this:

    Clarifying previous comments on refugees, Harper said that he would “bring in more” than in the past, but that “we do not offer them a better health-care plan than the ordinary Canadian can receive. I think that’s something that new and old stock Canadians can agree with.”

    He lost to Justin Trudeau.

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    That's probably the story. Thanks. I probably became aware of it once the commentary from immigrants began in reaction. Old Stock Canadians, Heritage Canadians. Same thing. Shorthand - White people.

    Amazing how parties trap themselves. Immigrants are, say 20% of the population, but you can't alienate them and appeal to the other 80%, because the 80% isn't unified like the 20%, therefore you have to go full steam ahead and bring in more immigrants in order to appease the existing immigrants who want to bring their families over to qualify for free stuff. If you don't, then your political opponent will.

    That's an interesting game theory problem. How do you get your society out of the spiral?
    , @Jim Don Bob
    Yeah, for some reason Canadians got tired of boring, responsible, and fiscally prudent government and decide to out-Barack the USA with a real moron.
  31. Too bad Ellison didn’t work out, but why not put Ahmadinejad on the Democratic ticket in 2020?

    The French Leftists are excited about Barack Hussein as possible president. It’s a joke (bien sur) but what a great joke, yes? (British people are funny, but is anyone on the Continent funny?):

    “It’s totally crazy, but the cool thing is that once you get past that, you start thinking that maybe it’s possible. Who cares that he’s not French? He’s Barack Obama,” one of the campaign organizers told CNN.

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/24/europe/france-obama-17-president-trnd/

    My preferred Democratic ticket is Al Franken for president and Jill Stein for V.P.

    Franken/Stein 2020!

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    Pretty cool play-by-play of what happens when Trump has dinner: http://ijr.com/2017/02/810965-trump-ditched-the-press-to-have-dinner-heres-how-the-president-acts-when-no-one-is-watching/
     
    Trump has a well done steak w ketchup like he always does.

    10:14 PM: Trump and his party get up to leave. The president is stopped momentarily for selfies and handshakes. Discretely, Trump can be seen handing cash to one of the latino busboys for his table. The president handed the young man a $100 bill.
    Duking him 100$ tip like Frank Sinatra used to.

  33. Ahmadinejad sort of looks like he is perpetually in the same state as a warewolf is, right at dusk, on the night of a full moon.

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  34. @MG
    No, he's not. This absurd belief is quite common in the Third World. I know Indians think they built Silicon Valley and without them Americans would amount to nothing in hi-tech. An Iranian once told me that his compatriot in NASA is why America could land a man on the moon.

    Silly Iranian. Everyone knows it was two black women who made the entire space program work!

    Movies don’t lie. I saw “Hidden Figures” and there weren’t any Iranians.

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  35. @jtgw
    The point is that the ones saying these things that she would agree with if they came from Clinton or Bush come from those who supposedly represented the deadliest threats to Israel/America.

    jtgw. I got the joke.

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    @Cagey Beast
    Well, if we tell people something enough times, for enough decades, then they might turn around and believe it. I'm Canadian, not American, and "our" "elite" have been shouting the same message for about as long as I've been alive. The other 7 billion people are taking us at our official word and accepting our invitation. When they get here, they make sure to remind us of the terms of the verbal agreement made on our behalf.

    When they get here, they make sure to remind us of the terms of the verbal agreement made on our behalf.

    On Rod Dreher’s blog the other day, a non-white commenter, whose family has not been in the U.S. for all that long, made this very point. He said that the U.S. promised him that he was as American as an other American, and he was pretty adamant about it.

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    And guys like Rod Dreher are the ones who've been telling them this every day since they walked out of the airport.
    , @ben tillman

    On Rod Dreher’s blog the other day, a non-white commenter, whose family has not been in the U.S. for all that long, made this very point. He said that the U.S. promised him that he was as American as an other American, and he was pretty adamant about it.
     
    Fine. But he knows the government lacked authority to speak for anyone but itself, so he shouldn't be surprised when we make it plain that we disagree.
  37. @Clyde
    File this one from Ahmadinejad under, "Everybody wants a piece of us" and our magic dirt.
    I have seen Chinese and Hindus saying that since European settlers killed off Injuns and stole their land, that America is illegitimate. Thus Chinese and Hindus have just as much to right to North America and to immigrate there if they choose.

    I have seen Chinese and Hindus saying that since European settlers killed off Injuns and stole their land, that America is illegitimate. Thus Chinese and Hindus have just as much to right to North America and to immigrate there if they choose.

    Yeah, well, they’re mendacious or morons. They’re just saying “might makes right”, and the fate of the Indians is immaterial to that justification.

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    In Canada in the past year (is this a new thing?) I've had the experience of the immediate descendants of non-white immigrants MCing an event by starting it off with a Native greeting and a reminder that we're currently on Native territory belonging to the X, Y, and Z tribes.

    I think what they're really doing is warning you that if you start thinking yourself as more Canadian than their F.O.B. kin, they'll rub these most Canadian Canadians in your face -- you owe them, remember? (and now that you're owing things, don't forget you owe these new Canadians, these Syrians, everything they can take too!) -- so you don't want to go down that road.

  38. @Anonymous
    This seems like a different story, but it's worth retelling:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Stock_Canadians#Harper_controversy

    Prime Minister Harper didn't say anything about heritage Canadians making a good society. All it took to set off the firestorm was this:


    Clarifying previous comments on refugees, Harper said that he would "bring in more" than in the past, but that "we do not offer them a better health-care plan than the ordinary Canadian can receive. I think that's something that new and old stock Canadians can agree with."
     
    He lost to Justin Trudeau.

    That’s probably the story. Thanks. I probably became aware of it once the commentary from immigrants began in reaction. Old Stock Canadians, Heritage Canadians. Same thing. Shorthand – White people.

    Amazing how parties trap themselves. Immigrants are, say 20% of the population, but you can’t alienate them and appeal to the other 80%, because the 80% isn’t unified like the 20%, therefore you have to go full steam ahead and bring in more immigrants in order to appease the existing immigrants who want to bring their families over to qualify for free stuff. If you don’t, then your political opponent will.

    That’s an interesting game theory problem. How do you get your society out of the spiral?

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    How do you get your society out of the spiral?

    This game ends the day old stock, English-speaking Canadians choose to end it. Identity politics is the norm in all of recorded history; it's this post-1960s game that's unnatural.
  39. @Clyde
    File this one from Ahmadinejad under, "Everybody wants a piece of us" and our magic dirt.
    I have seen Chinese and Hindus saying that since European settlers killed off Injuns and stole their land, that America is illegitimate. Thus Chinese and Hindus have just as much to right to North America and to immigrate there if they choose.

    Thus Chinese and Hindus have just as much to right to North America and to immigrate there if they choose.

    The attitude of many immigrants is little different over here (UK) and we’re the frikken natives. Whats theirs is theirs and whats ours is theirs too. . .

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    The attitude of many immigrants is little different over here (UK) and we’re the frikken natives. Whats theirs is theirs and whats ours is theirs too. . .
     
    Europe has been given to us by Allah. This is what Muslims will tell you if they speak honestly. They have no shame or guilt (as in, the Muslim land where I was born is a dysfunctional cess pit) in crowding into Europe. Europe is Muslim land temporarily ruled by Infidels.
  40. @The Albino Sasquatch
    "An Iranian once told me that his compatriot in NASA is why America could land a man on the moon"
    Absolute Rubbish! We all know that it was those delightful negro ladies who made that possible. It was them, and only them alone. In fact, if they hadn't given their mathematic genius to us benighted whiteys the landing on the moon would have been nothing but a pipe dream.

    Neil DeGrasse Tyson had a tweet about Hidden Figures today and the comment thread was the most pozzed thing ever… veganism, Stephen J Gould, Einstein, equity, Marxism… then Paul Kersey et al. got on it… amazing

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  41. @TangoMan
    That's probably the story. Thanks. I probably became aware of it once the commentary from immigrants began in reaction. Old Stock Canadians, Heritage Canadians. Same thing. Shorthand - White people.

    Amazing how parties trap themselves. Immigrants are, say 20% of the population, but you can't alienate them and appeal to the other 80%, because the 80% isn't unified like the 20%, therefore you have to go full steam ahead and bring in more immigrants in order to appease the existing immigrants who want to bring their families over to qualify for free stuff. If you don't, then your political opponent will.

    That's an interesting game theory problem. How do you get your society out of the spiral?

    How do you get your society out of the spiral?

    This game ends the day old stock, English-speaking Canadians choose to end it. Identity politics is the norm in all of recorded history; it’s this post-1960s game that’s unnatural.

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    This game ends the day old stock, English-speaking Canadians choose to end it.
     
    Since they're now outnumbered, the Canadians will never be able to win their country back. The worst thing about the modern invasion is that it's irreversible. They can come here but they can never, ever be sent back.
  42. @Anonymous
    When they get here, they make sure to remind us of the terms of the verbal agreement made on our behalf.

    On Rod Dreher's blog the other day, a non-white commenter, whose family has not been in the U.S. for all that long, made this very point. He said that the U.S. promised him that he was as American as an other American, and he was pretty adamant about it.

    And guys like Rod Dreher are the ones who’ve been telling them this every day since they walked out of the airport.

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  43. @Lurker

    Thus Chinese and Hindus have just as much to right to North America and to immigrate there if they choose.
     
    The attitude of many immigrants is little different over here (UK) and we're the frikken natives. Whats theirs is theirs and whats ours is theirs too. . .

    The attitude of many immigrants is little different over here (UK) and we’re the frikken natives. Whats theirs is theirs and whats ours is theirs too. . .

    Europe has been given to us by Allah. This is what Muslims will tell you if they speak honestly. They have no shame or guilt (as in, the Muslim land where I was born is a dysfunctional cess pit) in crowding into Europe. Europe is Muslim land temporarily ruled by Infidels.

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    Europe has been given to us by Allah. This is what Muslims will tell you if they speak honestly. They have no shame or guilt (as in, the Muslim land where I was born is a dysfunctional cess pit) in crowding into Europe. Europe is Muslim land temporarily ruled by Infidels.

     

    The European aborigines will be exterminated for the same reason the American aborigines were. They refused to band together to defend their people and their land and instead allied with foreigners to defeat their internal enemies. The result as usual is that the foreign forces you ally with genocide you as well as your internal enemies.
    , @Jefferson
    "Europe has been given to us by Allah. This is what Muslims will tell you if they speak honestly. They have no shame or guilt (as in, the Muslim land where I was born is a dysfunctional cess pit) in crowding into Europe. Europe is Muslim land temporarily ruled by Infidels."

    According to Allahu Akbar and the quran the whole world belongs to Muslims, not just Europe. Israel, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and The United States are not part of Europe yet Muslims still want to conquer these countries as well.

  44. @Anon
    Hmmm..

    Jews and Muslims have one thing in common when it comes to EU and US.

    'It belongs as much to us as it does to you.'

    Granted, maybe Muslims do have a point.

    US has been treating the Middle East like it belongs to the US. Propping up compliant regimes in Saudis. Supporting Israel's destruction of Palestine.
    Taking out regimes in Iran and putting in the Shah. Messing up Afghanistan with the notion that Mujahadeen are like founding fathers. Invading Iraq on a whim based on cooked up lies. Destroying Libya and opening it up black African invasion. And the list goes on. With the US treating the Middle East like its own property, it is only right that Muslims should return the favor and say 'your land is our land if you treat our land as your land.'

    When the US sticks its nose into the Middle East and turns everything upside down -- look at the mess in Libya -- , there is a logic to the notion that the US should take in Muslims. Invade and turn people into refugees? Okay, then invite them.

    There is a certain logic to it, yes, but I doubt that Americans and Euros would be surrendering their territory to Middle Easterners without some degree of coercive prompting.

    What we are witnessing is Jews trading Europe and the United States to Arabs to essentially compensate Arabs for their loss of Palestine.

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    “An Iranian once told me that his compatriot in NASA is why America could land a man on the moon.”

    Third-world “elites” often have an amazingly bad grasp of history and fall completely for any sort of ret-conning. I had a very sharp CS PhD from one of the best US schools ask me in all seriousness if there were so many Indians in silicon valley because NASA needed them to get to the moon.

    I’m not sure he believed me when I said that before the end of the Cold War there were Indians in silicon valley, but there weren’t all that many, so they stood out. (Today it’s the non-Indians who stand out.)

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    Is Squinty on to something? The typically consulted man-on-the-street types in the Near Orient tend to have America ZOG Warcrimes on quick-reference but react with sincere umbrage when the suggestion of barring them & their relatives from U.S.A. Partytown comes up. I don’t think this is cognitive dissonance. The medieval social-media set thinks of the U.S. government as a wraith or homonculus of some sort that has no direct connection to the land itself, which is taken to be overflowing with welfare and DirecTV and Walmart goods — basically, that Great Uncle Satan is socially constructed, having no material influence on such magical cornucopiae. (Lots of native-born think prosperity is natural magic as well, but they’re here already so the systemization of this belief isn’t needed.) Unfortunately for the last group that carried a variant of this dualistic belief, i.e. the domestic/feather Indian tribes, they found out the U.S. gov’t can be pretty damn real when it wants to be.

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    Yup. They are kind of cargo-culty, aren't they. Just arrive here, squat, and all good things will accrue to them. Nothing to do with our history, or us, or anything. Just the magic of a certain geographic area, like the magic of building a runway, which automatically will attract an aircraft full of wonderful goodies! LOL
  47. @Anonymous
    OT: Great photo essay report on Trump's latest private excursion away from the whitehouse inside the Old Post Office hotel. But the reporter/photog who scooped this stuff got a tip on preezy's private schedule. That is one giant dangerous leak unless Trump did it deliberately.

    http://ijr.com/2017/02/810965-trump-ditched-the-press-to-have-dinner-heres-how-the-president-acts-when-no-one-is-watching/

    BTW you need to run JavaScript to see the pics

    Thanks. I’m glad I followed the link.

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  48. @Anonymous
    OT: Great photo essay report on Trump's latest private excursion away from the whitehouse inside the Old Post Office hotel. But the reporter/photog who scooped this stuff got a tip on preezy's private schedule. That is one giant dangerous leak unless Trump did it deliberately.

    http://ijr.com/2017/02/810965-trump-ditched-the-press-to-have-dinner-heres-how-the-president-acts-when-no-one-is-watching/

    BTW you need to run JavaScript to see the pics

    It’s almost certainly deliberate; it’s a puff piece for a very pro-Trump outlet.

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  49. @Anonymous
    When they get here, they make sure to remind us of the terms of the verbal agreement made on our behalf.

    On Rod Dreher's blog the other day, a non-white commenter, whose family has not been in the U.S. for all that long, made this very point. He said that the U.S. promised him that he was as American as an other American, and he was pretty adamant about it.

    On Rod Dreher’s blog the other day, a non-white commenter, whose family has not been in the U.S. for all that long, made this very point. He said that the U.S. promised him that he was as American as an other American, and he was pretty adamant about it.

    Fine. But he knows the government lacked authority to speak for anyone but itself, so he shouldn’t be surprised when we make it plain that we disagree.

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  50. @eah
    S(h)ow weakness, reap contempt -- via their foolish immigration and refugee (where we pay to bring in third world flotsam from every fetid corner of the world), white Christian nations have shown they are extremely weak and foolish -- the US ('Invade the World, Invite the World') is the most obvious target, since by one measure it is the most foolish: it appears the US will be the first to allow the influx to extinguish its demographic heritage as majority white -- why should anyone respect such a nation? -- its people, its laws.

    “You think because we are tolerant we are weak.” Yup

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    They thought because we were tolerant we were weak.

     

    Remember us!
  51. America’s most implacable enemies on the world stage hold views identical to those of Democrats and establishment Republicans.

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    Now's the time for that old chestnut about not doing what our enemies want us to do, that follows every terrorist attack (as though Islamic terrorism doesn't want us dumb and unresponsive to their threat for as long as possible -- What Liberals Actually Believe).
  52. @kihowi
    Pretty cool play-by-play of what happens when Trump has dinner:

    http://ijr.com/2017/02/810965-trump-ditched-the-press-to-have-dinner-heres-how-the-president-acts-when-no-one-is-watching/

    Pretty cool play-by-play of what happens when Trump has dinner: http://ijr.com/2017/02/810965-trump-ditched-the-press-to-have-dinner-heres-how-the-president-acts-when-no-one-is-watching/

    Trump has a well done steak w ketchup like he always does.

    10:14 PM: Trump and his party get up to leave. The president is stopped momentarily for selfies and handshakes. Discretely, Trump can be seen handing cash to one of the latino busboys for his table. The president handed the young man a $100 bill.
    Duking him 100$ tip like Frank Sinatra used to.

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    Duking him 100$ tip like Frank Sinatra used to.
     
    Except that $100 is much different now. This link says 1/8 the value it was in 1960: http://www.usinflationcalculator.com/
  53. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @Mark Caplan
    America's most implacable enemies on the world stage hold views identical to those of Democrats and establishment Republicans.

    Now’s the time for that old chestnut about not doing what our enemies want us to do, that follows every terrorist attack (as though Islamic terrorism doesn’t want us dumb and unresponsive to their threat for as long as possible — What Liberals Actually Believe).

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    Islamic terrorists want us to close the borders. So we must do the opposite.

    Is there any Islamic terrorist group stating on record they want our borders closed? I've got a funny feeling there isn't.
  54. http://gasfromaburner.tumblr.com/

    Look at how this race honors its Greats, the wild Celt of Jesuit Masters, they taught him nice and he left that island iced, took ship and set their keel to break her. And in the year Europe died, the most cuinning pupil ever alive, had made the literate world his classroom. The subject of study was the English Dean of Studies’ native language. Misnamed now forevermore.

    They print 100 copies period.

    And when the lore arrived and that Hail and Farewell had been deciphered, no one who really knew would not say that soul was here when they arrived, and we will never let it die.

    America is a stew of arrogant liars from the start, a cult of “craftsmen” with secret symbols everywhere staring at you and steering you down thier stupid roads.Yep you got it Steve, she’s crying. The Mother of Harlots you prize gawms! That brazen which wants the wretched refuse so they can be proud prostitutes, all-Americans. All men are created equal and want to pursue their happiness. The women who got confused with a man’s voice is your proudest moment you silly girls. And look here you yokels with a myth of myths, when those awful words got engraved did the alchemy occur, that very year a kind of color the world had never seen suddenly occurred, and now it glows like an aliens money, the most decadent beauty of truly Babylonian pomp. No core religion but a free press amounts to every kind of incest so just call sex free press you bunch of bugs.

    And no limns of where the real legends are still alive. The cowboys that wrangled me in Escalante make John Wayne look like a damn ham. Rope that dear and watch the squirm. Make that eagle no he’s there. Notice you won’t see the bears. Now I will show you the ancient sharks layer.

    Your best bet is make best with the blacks. Just keep saying never rat. NEVER Rat.

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  55. I’ve always though Amadinejad was a better leader to the Iranian people than George Bush was to us Americans. Feint praise, I know, but his open letter to Bush was actually reasonable.

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    He's a pretty thoughtful and reasonable guy. Definitely a patriot, and an honest and forthright one at that. I would like to see the full text of this recent letter since the excerpted portions seem in some conflict with the values of reciprocity and empathy that he has emphasized in the past.
  56. @Achilles

    ‘the contemporary U.S. belongs to all nations’ … some 1 million people of Iranian descent living in America
     
    Under this reasoning, the U.S. should be governed by a council of owner-nations, with each owner-nation having a weighted vote equal to its contribution to the U.S. population.

    Is it not still the case that Germans are the largest ethnic component of the U.S.?

    Then Mutti Merkel would be our leading Overlord (Overlady?).

    Under this reasoning, the U.S. should be governed by a council of owner-nations, with each owner-nation having a weighted vote equal to its contribution to the U.S. population.

    You must have missed the (very) small print: Contribution to the U.S. population doesn’t count if you’re white.

    100 million Germans (or whatever) still don’t equal one African or one Iranian etc.

    Hope this clears things up.

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    Magical idiocratic thinking is getting legitimized every day by the shill media narrative-plantation.

    ca. 1970s tuff blacks a la Gil Scott Heron:
    Apollo program was a vanity project of white exploiters used as an excuse to not Fix The Ghetto

    ca. 2017 new hotness:
    Black lady math teachers founded NASA, the marviest thing ever, and then Whitey stole the credit

    ^I guess they can’t *both* be slave-morality rationalizations since they’re mutually contradictory; but it’s also possible that no one outside of a few addled whitelibs genuinely believes the substance of the latter proposition, and rhetoric has supplanted factual comparison in all cultural questions. In the case of the M.E. Muslims after 9/11, for example, they don’t really believe that the Mossad blew up the WTC, in fact they’re quite proud of it as a Muslim victory, but it’s still fun to say the other thing, like a version of Pizzagate for turbie-twisters.

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  58. @Clyde
    File this one from Ahmadinejad under, "Everybody wants a piece of us" and our magic dirt.
    I have seen Chinese and Hindus saying that since European settlers killed off Injuns and stole their land, that America is illegitimate. Thus Chinese and Hindus have just as much to right to North America and to immigrate there if they choose.

    What the Chinaman and Brahman won’t tell you is if their people had found and colonized this land first, they would have openly exterminated or enslaved the savages living here and would be quite proud of it.

    Of course they want to come here after turning their own countries into shit holes with their rotten cultures and defective value systems. Brains don’t matter when your entire culture is based on corruption and ruthless exploitation of people and the environment.

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    It’s rather odd that the whole world takes credit for, and ownership of, Anglo New World nations only. What about the rest of the Western Hemisphere? Doesn’t anyone want to go there? If not, why not?

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  60. “The contemporary US belongs to all nations”-Ahmadinejad

    Hey wait a minute, I thought we were the Great Satan? What happened to that? What happened to the burning of American flags? What happened to burning-in-effigy the current American president?

    Oh, I see. Could it have been “that Executive Order”? It didn’t survive a few judges who completely misunderstand the Constitution, but it appears that a U.S. president would even think of such a thing has one of the Usual Suspects changing his tune?

    The matter at hand is that whether Iran is sending any terrorists over here or aiding and abetting terrorists to come here is completely immaterial to judging the merits of the Executive Order. The Executive Order is an act of foreign policy over which our courts have no role, and certainly not the role the took to themselves. Yet even the interfered-with implementation of that order had a positive effect for U.S. interests.

    It’s called diplomacy, people (not you people here on iSteve’s fine website, I am talking about lawyer and judge people), sending a message to a foreign adversary, and it appears to be getting other people’s attention. The ability of Iranian citizens to travel to and from the United States is apparently a valuable thing, and finally, for the first time since President Carter, persons with influence in Iran are beginning to weigh the value of that thing against all of the nonsense that they have been instigating?

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    Hey wait a minute, I thought we were the Great Satan? What happened to that? What happened to the burning of American flags?

    Perhaps that precisely explains it. A compensatory or restitutive justice for our misdeeds.
  61. @Anatoly Karlin
    Quite obvious that Ahmadinejad is trolling the US.

    PressTV is very anti-Trump, though. So perhaps there is a strong pro-NWO current in Iran, they just diagree on details.

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  62. @MG
    No, he's not. This absurd belief is quite common in the Third World. I know Indians think they built Silicon Valley and without them Americans would amount to nothing in hi-tech. An Iranian once told me that his compatriot in NASA is why America could land a man on the moon.

    There was an Egyptian geologist, Farouk El-Baz, who played a moderately important role in the planning for the moon landing, surveying lunar topography and briefing the astronauts and so forth. He previously worked in oil exploration and his extended family were all well-connected to the Mubarak regime.

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    Well he didn't do a very good job because the landing site was full of large boulders and only Neil Armstrong's brass cojones got them down in a place where they wouldn't tip over upon landing. They landed with very little fuel left.
  63. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @Cagey Beast
    Sorry, I don't think I'll be able to help you on that one. I did find this though when I did a search for "heritage Canadian" plus "election":

    The Racist Truth About Canadian Immigration, Posted: 02/07/2014
    http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/rachel-decoste/canada-immigration_b_4747612.html

    It's never, ever enough for these people.

    It’s funny — if you’re of European origin you might have some respect for the society others made:

    http://news.nationalpost.com/full-comment/barbara-kay-theres-honour-and-history-in-being-old-stock

    I guess I am middle stock, as my grandfather came here from Poland early in the 20th century. He was escaping anti-Semitism and a future that was closed to him in any meaningful way. …

    If old stock can never more regain an honorific connotation because of its occasionally negative implications, then there should be a new term to convey its meaning. I myself like “heritage Canadians,” because the experiences of old stock forebears created the conditions under which Canada could flourish into orderly greatness. We inherited untold riches we did not earn. They left everyone – not just their own families – a legacy, a heritage that half the world yearns to call their own. Why shouldn’t heritage Canadians feel special? They have every right to.

    But if you’re an insufferably cocky, grabby, entitled Indian-Canadian — like Arti Patel, but I’ve encountered others — with zero respect for those who made the society so much better than your own people’s that you travelled half way across the globe to, um, join it, all you can think of is changing it and bending it to your will:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/arti-patel/second-generation-canadians_b_11972414.html

    Growing up, I felt like I had to choose to be either Indian or Canadian, but now I’ve come to realize I can be both. Being Canadian doesn’t just mean just doing stereotypically Canadian things like being polite or enjoying poutine; it can include my parents’ culture and values as well. …

    This is the generation born and raised in Canada, whose roots span across the globe. Our experiences are more common than we think, and we continue to redefine our home and native land ["home and native land" -- a reference to the national anthem].

    It’s time to see our stories and our bodies reflected in mainstream media, to have conversations about uncomfortable topics like race and discrimination, and for some of us, talk to our parents for the first time about how we feel.

    Unfortunately, many European Canadians find this redefining makes for an enriching, multicultural tapestry.

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  64. @Thea
    I've always though Amadinejad was a better leader to the Iranian people than George Bush was to us Americans. Feint praise, I know, but his open letter to Bush was actually reasonable.

    He’s a pretty thoughtful and reasonable guy. Definitely a patriot, and an honest and forthright one at that. I would like to see the full text of this recent letter since the excerpted portions seem in some conflict with the values of reciprocity and empathy that he has emphasized in the past.

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  65. @Inquiring Mind

    “The contemporary US belongs to all nations”-Ahmadinejad
     
    Hey wait a minute, I thought we were the Great Satan? What happened to that? What happened to the burning of American flags? What happened to burning-in-effigy the current American president?

    Oh, I see. Could it have been "that Executive Order"? It didn't survive a few judges who completely misunderstand the Constitution, but it appears that a U.S. president would even think of such a thing has one of the Usual Suspects changing his tune?

    The matter at hand is that whether Iran is sending any terrorists over here or aiding and abetting terrorists to come here is completely immaterial to judging the merits of the Executive Order. The Executive Order is an act of foreign policy over which our courts have no role, and certainly not the role the took to themselves. Yet even the interfered-with implementation of that order had a positive effect for U.S. interests.

    It's called diplomacy, people (not you people here on iSteve's fine website, I am talking about lawyer and judge people), sending a message to a foreign adversary, and it appears to be getting other people's attention. The ability of Iranian citizens to travel to and from the United States is apparently a valuable thing, and finally, for the first time since President Carter, persons with influence in Iran are beginning to weigh the value of that thing against all of the nonsense that they have been instigating?

    Hey wait a minute, I thought we were the Great Satan? What happened to that? What happened to the burning of American flags?

    Perhaps that precisely explains it. A compensatory or restitutive justice for our misdeeds.

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  66. @inertial
    The smoke you see rising over Washington is Jennifer Rubin's brain exploding and setting fire to the whole neighborhood.

    I suppose Brooks and Rubin will now love Ahmadinejad.

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  67. You’ re all fooling around over trivial things while Trump and Russians just tried to steel another victory based on electoral votes;

    This time they used senile Beaty to snatch Oscar from legit AA winners!

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  68. Gee nothing says more about the current narrative than the fact its now backed by Iran. I remember the last Iranian I paid attention to was the Iron Sheik when he got the WWWF strap off of Backlund and lost to the Hulkster at Wrestlemania I. Maybe I’ll run over this guy one day. I’ll show him how Bane broke Batman.

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  69. @Anon
    Hmmm..

    Jews and Muslims have one thing in common when it comes to EU and US.

    'It belongs as much to us as it does to you.'

    Granted, maybe Muslims do have a point.

    US has been treating the Middle East like it belongs to the US. Propping up compliant regimes in Saudis. Supporting Israel's destruction of Palestine.
    Taking out regimes in Iran and putting in the Shah. Messing up Afghanistan with the notion that Mujahadeen are like founding fathers. Invading Iraq on a whim based on cooked up lies. Destroying Libya and opening it up black African invasion. And the list goes on. With the US treating the Middle East like its own property, it is only right that Muslims should return the favor and say 'your land is our land if you treat our land as your land.'

    When the US sticks its nose into the Middle East and turns everything upside down -- look at the mess in Libya -- , there is a logic to the notion that the US should take in Muslims. Invade and turn people into refugees? Okay, then invite them.

    When the US sticks its nose into the Middle East and turns everything upside down — look at the mess in Libya — , there is a logic to the notion that the US should take in Muslims. Invade and turn people into refugees? Okay, then invite them.

    I can respect the honesty here: “the US has been bad, so it must be punished. We will punish it by making it import people that will trash the place. Paybacks are a bitch.”

    Nice to dispense with the fiction that immigrants are coming to grow the GDP and revitalize the manned space program.

    That being said, I doubt a better US foreign policy would have had the Middle East humming along as a happy, stable place. The “suck” is baked in.

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    • Replies: @Opinionator
    Iraq was doing fine pre-sanctions. It was even decent pre-2003.
    , @Anon
    ----That being said, I doubt a better US foreign policy would have had the Middle East humming along as a happy, stable place. The “suck” is baked in.----

    Suck is suck. No need to apply the Fuc*.
  70. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @ben tillman

    I have seen Chinese and Hindus saying that since European settlers killed off Injuns and stole their land, that America is illegitimate. Thus Chinese and Hindus have just as much to right to North America and to immigrate there if they choose.
     
    Yeah, well, they're mendacious or morons. They're just saying "might makes right", and the fate of the Indians is immaterial to that justification.

    In Canada in the past year (is this a new thing?) I’ve had the experience of the immediate descendants of non-white immigrants MCing an event by starting it off with a Native greeting and a reminder that we’re currently on Native territory belonging to the X, Y, and Z tribes.

    I think what they’re really doing is warning you that if you start thinking yourself as more Canadian than their F.O.B. kin, they’ll rub these most Canadian Canadians in your face — you owe them, remember? (and now that you’re owing things, don’t forget you owe these new Canadians, these Syrians, everything they can take too!) — so you don’t want to go down that road.

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    • Replies: @Lurker
    It was liberating for me when I stopped being a regular liberal. I stopped giving a shit what these ingrate squatters think! Now I just smile and think of they day they'll be herded onto an old freighter for the trip home.
    , @AndrewR
    What
  71. @Anon
    Is Squinty on to something? The typically consulted man-on-the-street types in the Near Orient tend to have America ZOG Warcrimes on quick-reference but react with sincere umbrage when the suggestion of barring them & their relatives from U.S.A. Partytown comes up. I don't think this is cognitive dissonance. The medieval social-media set thinks of the U.S. government as a wraith or homonculus of some sort that has no direct connection to the land itself, which is taken to be overflowing with welfare and DirecTV and Walmart goods -- basically, that Great Uncle Satan is socially constructed, having no material influence on such magical cornucopiae. (Lots of native-born think prosperity is natural magic as well, but they're here already so the systemization of this belief isn't needed.) Unfortunately for the last group that carried a variant of this dualistic belief, i.e. the domestic/feather Indian tribes, they found out the U.S. gov't can be pretty damn real when it wants to be.

    Yup. They are kind of cargo-culty, aren’t they. Just arrive here, squat, and all good things will accrue to them. Nothing to do with our history, or us, or anything. Just the magic of a certain geographic area, like the magic of building a runway, which automatically will attract an aircraft full of wonderful goodies! LOL

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  72. @Polynikes
    Pretty easy to see what our enemies have identified as our weakness.

    Funny you mention that point, which was occupying my mind this morning during chores…thus later in the afternoon we listened to Kevin MacDonald’s 2014 Red Ice discussion

    The dispossession of Europeans and pathological altruism

    Most of it involves this issue of our genetic tendencies…and how our enemies exploit them…with the hearty support of many among us.

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    • Replies: @Opinionator
    I've not seen that MacDonald's theory accounts well for external incentives/coercion. When one's livelihood and social standing and even physical safety depends on behaving "altruistically," why should we conclude the behavior is inherent to our people? Is any other group subject to the same coercive external constraints on these matters as we are? I think not.

    That would appear to be kind of a significant confounding variable.

    I haven't watched the video you posted yet.

  73. @Anatoly Karlin
    Quite obvious that Ahmadinejad is trolling the US.

    “Quite obvious that Ahmadinejad is trolling the US.”

    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is Brown, Non European, and a Muslim. He is just expressing how he really feels. White people are not his Tribe so he really has no skin in the game when it comes to helping preserve a majority White America.

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  74. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    During the Iranian Revolution of 1980 – of which Ahmedinejad played a key role – the Iranians lost very little time in kicking Americans out of the their country.

    And whilst on the subject, Ahmedinejad certainly would never brook the idea of Jews having the same ‘right’ to Israel as Palestinians.

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    • Replies: @Opinionator
    And whilst on the subject, Ahmedinejad certainly would never brook the idea of Jews having the same ‘right’ to Israel as Palestinians.

    I don't know that is the case. He has been a proponent of equal rights in Israel/Palestine. If anything, he would discriminate between Jews who had lived in Palestine pre-Zionism and the interlopers who arrived since.
  75. @Cagey Beast
    How do you get your society out of the spiral?

    This game ends the day old stock, English-speaking Canadians choose to end it. Identity politics is the norm in all of recorded history; it's this post-1960s game that's unnatural.

    This game ends the day old stock, English-speaking Canadians choose to end it.

    Since they’re now outnumbered, the Canadians will never be able to win their country back. The worst thing about the modern invasion is that it’s irreversible. They can come here but they can never, ever be sent back.

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    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
    No, non-Whites make up only about 2 in 10 Canadians:

    In the 2006 census, over five million Canadians identified themselves as a member of a visible minority. Together, they make up 16.2% of the total population: most numerous among these are South Asian (4.0%), Black (2.5%), and Filipino (1.1%).[54] Aboriginal peoples are not considered a visible minority under the Employment Equity Act ...
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadians#Ethnic_ancestry

    The problem in Canada, like the rest of the West, is that Whitey collectively wants to kill himself off. The Jonestown option is the currently respectable plan.

  76. @Clyde

    The attitude of many immigrants is little different over here (UK) and we’re the frikken natives. Whats theirs is theirs and whats ours is theirs too. . .
     
    Europe has been given to us by Allah. This is what Muslims will tell you if they speak honestly. They have no shame or guilt (as in, the Muslim land where I was born is a dysfunctional cess pit) in crowding into Europe. Europe is Muslim land temporarily ruled by Infidels.

    Europe has been given to us by Allah. This is what Muslims will tell you if they speak honestly. They have no shame or guilt (as in, the Muslim land where I was born is a dysfunctional cess pit) in crowding into Europe. Europe is Muslim land temporarily ruled by Infidels.

    The European aborigines will be exterminated for the same reason the American aborigines were. They refused to band together to defend their people and their land and instead allied with foreigners to defeat their internal enemies. The result as usual is that the foreign forces you ally with genocide you as well as your internal enemies.

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  77. @Olorin
    Funny you mention that point, which was occupying my mind this morning during chores...thus later in the afternoon we listened to Kevin MacDonald's 2014 Red Ice discussion

    The dispossession of Europeans and pathological altruism
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4goBcZY2Eo

    Most of it involves this issue of our genetic tendencies...and how our enemies exploit them...with the hearty support of many among us.

    I’ve not seen that MacDonald’s theory accounts well for external incentives/coercion. When one’s livelihood and social standing and even physical safety depends on behaving “altruistically,” why should we conclude the behavior is inherent to our people? Is any other group subject to the same coercive external constraints on these matters as we are? I think not.

    That would appear to be kind of a significant confounding variable.

    I haven’t watched the video you posted yet.

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    That coercion was not always as strong as it is today. Whereas the altruism appears to be a long-standing feature of European man.

    In my own lifetime I've seen the coercive volume/violence turned up as more and more Americans and Europeans awake to the logical end of diversitopian trends and express resistance/dissent...or simply their own experiences.

    The past 15-20 years have gotten worse, and the past 5 to 8, staggering. What used to be considered a social faut ("I don't date blacks.") now is cause for social, financial, and political destruction.

    The program of demographic replacement used to be sold and done with bright-eyed cheer. People drinking tooth-rotting carbonated beverages on a sunny grassy hillside while singing together, half a century ago (well, 1971). Or that grotesque/psychotropic boat ride of midget robots on a streambank at Disney World (1966).

    That all was not long after our nation's immigration policy and demographic trajectory were tectonically shifted by a small group of players.

    Anyway. See what you think of the interview, then look here:

    http://www.kevinmacdonald.net/paper-Evolpsych.html

    His most recent piece listed there--on what he calls the "affective revolution" in England in the 1700s--is especially worthwhile in addressing your point.

  78. @Anonymous
    During the Iranian Revolution of 1980 - of which Ahmedinejad played a key role - the Iranians lost very little time in kicking Americans out of the their country.

    And whilst on the subject, Ahmedinejad certainly would never brook the idea of Jews having the same 'right' to Israel as Palestinians.

    And whilst on the subject, Ahmedinejad certainly would never brook the idea of Jews having the same ‘right’ to Israel as Palestinians.

    I don’t know that is the case. He has been a proponent of equal rights in Israel/Palestine. If anything, he would discriminate between Jews who had lived in Palestine pre-Zionism and the interlopers who arrived since.

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  79. @Clyde

    The attitude of many immigrants is little different over here (UK) and we’re the frikken natives. Whats theirs is theirs and whats ours is theirs too. . .
     
    Europe has been given to us by Allah. This is what Muslims will tell you if they speak honestly. They have no shame or guilt (as in, the Muslim land where I was born is a dysfunctional cess pit) in crowding into Europe. Europe is Muslim land temporarily ruled by Infidels.

    “Europe has been given to us by Allah. This is what Muslims will tell you if they speak honestly. They have no shame or guilt (as in, the Muslim land where I was born is a dysfunctional cess pit) in crowding into Europe. Europe is Muslim land temporarily ruled by Infidels.”

    According to Allahu Akbar and the quran the whole world belongs to Muslims, not just Europe. Israel, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and The United States are not part of Europe yet Muslims still want to conquer these countries as well.

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    • Replies: @Clyde
    You are correct that Muslims believe the whole world is theirs because Allah gives it to them. Part B is that Mohamed called his Muslim believers "the best of people". Superior to non-Muslims, so of course the entire planet is theirs and intended for them.
  80. Trump should use this letter against open borders advocates in the most cynical manner imaginable, especially against ADL, neocons, J Street and the media.

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  81. @bomag

    When the US sticks its nose into the Middle East and turns everything upside down — look at the mess in Libya — , there is a logic to the notion that the US should take in Muslims. Invade and turn people into refugees? Okay, then invite them.
     
    I can respect the honesty here: "the US has been bad, so it must be punished. We will punish it by making it import people that will trash the place. Paybacks are a bitch."

    Nice to dispense with the fiction that immigrants are coming to grow the GDP and revitalize the manned space program.

    That being said, I doubt a better US foreign policy would have had the Middle East humming along as a happy, stable place. The "suck" is baked in.

    Iraq was doing fine pre-sanctions. It was even decent pre-2003.

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  82. @Clyde
    File this one from Ahmadinejad under, "Everybody wants a piece of us" and our magic dirt.
    I have seen Chinese and Hindus saying that since European settlers killed off Injuns and stole their land, that America is illegitimate. Thus Chinese and Hindus have just as much to right to North America and to immigrate there if they choose.

    A Syrian told me this PRECISELY.

    “He also added that Americans think that we’re only interested in moving there so that we could boff their girls…nonsense! We deserve to come to America because they are the ones who killed the millions of Syrians. Syrians themselves are the kindest and sweetest people in the world. And we have as much a right to screw American girls as you do. Why should we lose out?”

    I put it in quotes because I just had thr pleasure of hearing this speech* and that is pretty much a quote.

    (*unless you are a friend of long standing Arabs will not have a dialogues with you, just subject you to angry speeches)

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    We deserve to come to America because they are the ones who killed the millions of Syrians.
     
    Not supporting the rebels = killing Syrians? You gotta love the Arab love of telling lies. Even Steve Jobs had his reality distortion field.
  83. @Anonymous
    Now's the time for that old chestnut about not doing what our enemies want us to do, that follows every terrorist attack (as though Islamic terrorism doesn't want us dumb and unresponsive to their threat for as long as possible -- What Liberals Actually Believe).

    Islamic terrorists want us to close the borders. So we must do the opposite.

    Is there any Islamic terrorist group stating on record they want our borders closed? I’ve got a funny feeling there isn’t.

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  84. Another variant of this wrong-headed thinking (I’ve seen it online anyway) is, for example, Indians saying that if we curtail their immigration then they won’t trade with us. As if allowing their permanent settlement were the true basis of international trade.

    According to this they’re helping us out because without their trade (let alone immigration) we’d be vastly worse off. I say lets give it a try and see what happens.

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    • Replies: @Anonymous
    These days the whole notion of 'free trade' in the Ricardian sense is very much muddled, especially by those who should know better, eg , The Economist magazine.
    The same sort of loose thinking is heard in the brexit debate despite the fact that the EU has a massive and persistent trade surplus with the UK.
    , @Anonymous
    I have no doubt that is undeclared Indian government policy to ship over as much of their surplus population as possible to the west.
    This is why they add that 'immigration' rider to trade deals.
  85. @Anonymous
    In Canada in the past year (is this a new thing?) I've had the experience of the immediate descendants of non-white immigrants MCing an event by starting it off with a Native greeting and a reminder that we're currently on Native territory belonging to the X, Y, and Z tribes.

    I think what they're really doing is warning you that if you start thinking yourself as more Canadian than their F.O.B. kin, they'll rub these most Canadian Canadians in your face -- you owe them, remember? (and now that you're owing things, don't forget you owe these new Canadians, these Syrians, everything they can take too!) -- so you don't want to go down that road.

    It was liberating for me when I stopped being a regular liberal. I stopped giving a shit what these ingrate squatters think! Now I just smile and think of they day they’ll be herded onto an old freighter for the trip home.

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  86. @Anonymous
    In Canada in the past year (is this a new thing?) I've had the experience of the immediate descendants of non-white immigrants MCing an event by starting it off with a Native greeting and a reminder that we're currently on Native territory belonging to the X, Y, and Z tribes.

    I think what they're really doing is warning you that if you start thinking yourself as more Canadian than their F.O.B. kin, they'll rub these most Canadian Canadians in your face -- you owe them, remember? (and now that you're owing things, don't forget you owe these new Canadians, these Syrians, everything they can take too!) -- so you don't want to go down that road.

    What

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  87. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @Dumbo
    I think this is another thing that (tribalist) non-whites understand differently than (non-tribalist) whites.

    Whites see "multiculturalism", a beautiful mix of cultures under a proposition-nation where tribes no longer matter.

    But tribalist non-whites see just a place that is ripe for the taking, a space without leaders ready to be occupied by their own tribe. And they are not wrong.

    By the way, Iranians in L.A. are a pretty arrogant bunch, although I think most are Persian Jews (not sure).

    Whites see “multiculturalism”, a beautiful mix of cultures under a proposition-nation where tribes no longer matter.

    But tribalist non-whites see just a place that is ripe for the taking, a space without leaders ready to be occupied by their own tribe. And they are not wrong.

    And what’s more, it’s not just whites that hear the virtue-signalers and subversives extolling the joys of multicultural diversity and rhapsodizing on the benefits of immigration — the immigrants hear it too and actually believe they’re culturally enriching the place! (Is that a consequence of or a contributing factor to their arrogance?)

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    Its a core part of identity often. Being modestly or significantly overconfident is a central part of mental stability, I do believe.
  88. @ogunsiron
    Once worked with guy from the ivory coast who had been a "canadian" for maybe 2 years and yet, pointing towards the visible city skyline, he felt confident enough in stating that "all of that was built by immigrants, arabs & blacks".

    Afro Caribbeans do that here in Britain, claim they built the NHS and London Underground because they started filling menial jobs in the 50s.

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  89. @Opinionator
    I've not seen that MacDonald's theory accounts well for external incentives/coercion. When one's livelihood and social standing and even physical safety depends on behaving "altruistically," why should we conclude the behavior is inherent to our people? Is any other group subject to the same coercive external constraints on these matters as we are? I think not.

    That would appear to be kind of a significant confounding variable.

    I haven't watched the video you posted yet.

    That coercion was not always as strong as it is today. Whereas the altruism appears to be a long-standing feature of European man.

    In my own lifetime I’ve seen the coercive volume/violence turned up as more and more Americans and Europeans awake to the logical end of diversitopian trends and express resistance/dissent…or simply their own experiences.

    The past 15-20 years have gotten worse, and the past 5 to 8, staggering. What used to be considered a social faut (“I don’t date blacks.”) now is cause for social, financial, and political destruction.

    The program of demographic replacement used to be sold and done with bright-eyed cheer. People drinking tooth-rotting carbonated beverages on a sunny grassy hillside while singing together, half a century ago (well, 1971). Or that grotesque/psychotropic boat ride of midget robots on a streambank at Disney World (1966).

    That all was not long after our nation’s immigration policy and demographic trajectory were tectonically shifted by a small group of players.

    Anyway. See what you think of the interview, then look here:

    http://www.kevinmacdonald.net/paper-Evolpsych.html

    His most recent piece listed there–on what he calls the “affective revolution” in England in the 1700s–is especially worthwhile in addressing your point.

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  90. @Je Suis Charlie Martel
    "You think because we are tolerant we are weak." Yup

    https://youtu.be/AH0g1l0IaQ4

    They thought because we were tolerant we were weak.

    Remember us!

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  91. So when are the rest of the potential Americans in the world finally going to ‘make Aliyah,’ as the Israelis say? I need to know so I can start planning when to move out.

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  92. @Anatoly Karlin
    Quite obvious that Ahmadinejad is trolling the US.

    In the early 1990s, I sat around the dinner table in Bahrain with a Bahraini, a Palestinian, an Egyptian, and a Lebanese. I was the only American at the table. What surprised me was the pervasive interest that everyone else had in America and American politics. American politics and economics dominated the discussion for the entire evening. They paid much greater attention to events in the United States and they were much better informed about these events than the typical American citizen. They seemed to care less about events in their own countries.

    I raised the question, “Why the obsession with the United States?” The answer, “What happens in the United States affects our lives.” Indeed, one guest at the table lamented that they should get a vote in what America does in the world because of the impact it has on them.

    Such is the price of empire. Regardless of how strongly Americans deny that America is an empire like that of the Romans and the British, the people at the table knew America was a global empire … and they knew that they were its citizens. They also knew that the mega-cities on the east and west coasts were the power centers from which the Empire is ruled.

    The Liberals and Progressives agree with them. They believe in open borders for all imperial citizens because they believe in and are pressing for a further expansion of the empire. They support the health and wealth of its imperial citizens.

    Trump has promised to restore the Republic and the wealth and health of its original citizens. The Liberals and Progressives see that as a dagger to the heart of their imperial ambitions. They are seeking to import millions of imperial subjects qua citizens as quickly as possible so that the republican movement will be overwhelmed by demographics.

    The United States can be an empire … or it can be a republic. But, it cannot be both at the same time.

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  93. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @Lurker
    Another variant of this wrong-headed thinking (I've seen it online anyway) is, for example, Indians saying that if we curtail their immigration then they won't trade with us. As if allowing their permanent settlement were the true basis of international trade.

    According to this they're helping us out because without their trade (let alone immigration) we'd be vastly worse off. I say lets give it a try and see what happens.

    These days the whole notion of ‘free trade’ in the Ricardian sense is very much muddled, especially by those who should know better, eg , The Economist magazine.
    The same sort of loose thinking is heard in the brexit debate despite the fact that the EU has a massive and persistent trade surplus with the UK.

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  94. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @Lurker
    Another variant of this wrong-headed thinking (I've seen it online anyway) is, for example, Indians saying that if we curtail their immigration then they won't trade with us. As if allowing their permanent settlement were the true basis of international trade.

    According to this they're helping us out because without their trade (let alone immigration) we'd be vastly worse off. I say lets give it a try and see what happens.

    I have no doubt that is undeclared Indian government policy to ship over as much of their surplus population as possible to the west.
    This is why they add that ‘immigration’ rider to trade deals.

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  95. @(((Owen)))

    This game ends the day old stock, English-speaking Canadians choose to end it.
     
    Since they're now outnumbered, the Canadians will never be able to win their country back. The worst thing about the modern invasion is that it's irreversible. They can come here but they can never, ever be sent back.

    No, non-Whites make up only about 2 in 10 Canadians:

    In the 2006 census, over five million Canadians identified themselves as a member of a visible minority. Together, they make up 16.2% of the total population: most numerous among these are South Asian (4.0%), Black (2.5%), and Filipino (1.1%).[54] Aboriginal peoples are not considered a visible minority under the Employment Equity Act …

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadians#Ethnic_ancestry

    The problem in Canada, like the rest of the West, is that Whitey collectively wants to kill himself off. The Jonestown option is the currently respectable plan.

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  96. I scour the Internet about three hours a day scarfing up “news” and commentary. It is interesting that eight years after the fact I learn that in 2009 Obama said, “America is not a Christian country ….” That might have been important for me to know. Same for the Ahmadinejad letter.

    Questions:

    If a tree falls in the forest and there is no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

    If a newsworthy event happens in the world and the MSM does not report it, did it happen?

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  97. @The Albino Sasquatch
    "An Iranian once told me that his compatriot in NASA is why America could land a man on the moon"
    Absolute Rubbish! We all know that it was those delightful negro ladies who made that possible. It was them, and only them alone. In fact, if they hadn't given their mathematic genius to us benighted whiteys the landing on the moon would have been nothing but a pipe dream.

    The Coalition of the Fringes gets more Fringey every day.

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  98. @Anonymous

    Whites see “multiculturalism”, a beautiful mix of cultures under a proposition-nation where tribes no longer matter.

    But tribalist non-whites see just a place that is ripe for the taking, a space without leaders ready to be occupied by their own tribe. And they are not wrong.
     

    And what's more, it's not just whites that hear the virtue-signalers and subversives extolling the joys of multicultural diversity and rhapsodizing on the benefits of immigration -- the immigrants hear it too and actually believe they're culturally enriching the place! (Is that a consequence of or a contributing factor to their arrogance?)

    Its a core part of identity often. Being modestly or significantly overconfident is a central part of mental stability, I do believe.

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  99. @Je Suis Charlie Martel
    Neil DeGrasse Tyson had a tweet about Hidden Figures today and the comment thread was the most pozzed thing ever... veganism, Stephen J Gould, Einstein, equity, Marxism... then Paul Kersey et al. got on it... amazing

    Give us a link then!

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    Oh, yeah. Good idea

    https://twitter.com/neiltyson/status/835957625925820418
  100. @Clyde

    Pretty cool play-by-play of what happens when Trump has dinner: http://ijr.com/2017/02/810965-trump-ditched-the-press-to-have-dinner-heres-how-the-president-acts-when-no-one-is-watching/
     
    Trump has a well done steak w ketchup like he always does.

    10:14 PM: Trump and his party get up to leave. The president is stopped momentarily for selfies and handshakes. Discretely, Trump can be seen handing cash to one of the latino busboys for his table. The president handed the young man a $100 bill.
    Duking him 100$ tip like Frank Sinatra used to.

    Duking him 100$ tip like Frank Sinatra used to.

    Except that $100 is much different now. This link says 1/8 the value it was in 1960: http://www.usinflationcalculator.com/

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    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    But it's still the largest denomination bill in circulation, so what are you gonna do?
    , @Clyde
    Yes, due to inflation Donald Trump is cheaping out relative to Frank Sinatra when he tips people with a hundred dollar bill.
  101. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @bomag

    When the US sticks its nose into the Middle East and turns everything upside down — look at the mess in Libya — , there is a logic to the notion that the US should take in Muslims. Invade and turn people into refugees? Okay, then invite them.
     
    I can respect the honesty here: "the US has been bad, so it must be punished. We will punish it by making it import people that will trash the place. Paybacks are a bitch."

    Nice to dispense with the fiction that immigrants are coming to grow the GDP and revitalize the manned space program.

    That being said, I doubt a better US foreign policy would have had the Middle East humming along as a happy, stable place. The "suck" is baked in.

    —-That being said, I doubt a better US foreign policy would have had the Middle East humming along as a happy, stable place. The “suck” is baked in.—-

    Suck is suck. No need to apply the Fuc*.

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  102. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is Brown, Non European, and a Muslim. He is just expressing how he really feels. White people are not his Tribe so he really has no skin in the game when it comes to helping preserve a majority White America.

    You’re not entirely unsympathetic to Ahmadinejad’s position, are you? I seem to recall that you despise White Nationalists. Who else is more devoted to preserving a majority White America, or has more skin in the game?

    During the Iranian Revolution of 1980 – of which Ahmedinejad played a key role – the Iranians lost very little time in kicking Americans out of the their country.

    And whilst on the subject, Ahmedinejad certainly would never brook the idea of Jews having the same ‘right’ to Israel as Palestinians.

    Most Jews would never brook the idea of Whites having the same rights in their countries, as Jews have in Israel.

    Since they’re now outnumbered, the Canadians will never be able to win their country back. The worst thing about the modern invasion is that it’s irreversible. They can come here but they can never, ever be sent back.

    I bet King George thought thought something similar about his ownership of his colonies, the Palestinians thought something similar about their land, etc.

    The European aborigines will be exterminated for the same reason the American aborigines were. They refused to band together to defend their people and their land and instead allied with foreigners to defeat their internal enemies. The result as usual is that the foreign forces you ally with genocide you as well as your internal enemies.

    Poles don’t need to band together with anyone except their fellow Poles, and the same goes for every country in Europe.

    And the American aborigines weren’t exterminated by anything, other than disease.

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  103. @fnn
    Justin Trudeau said the government should not call honour killings "barbaric":
    http://www.torontosun.com/news/canada/2011/03/14/17610021.html

    How about “murderous”?

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  104. @ogunsiron
    Once worked with guy from the ivory coast who had been a "canadian" for maybe 2 years and yet, pointing towards the visible city skyline, he felt confident enough in stating that "all of that was built by immigrants, arabs & blacks".

    Michelle Obama said slaves built the White House and she went to Princeton. So there!

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  105. @Patrick Harris
    There was an Egyptian geologist, Farouk El-Baz, who played a moderately important role in the planning for the moon landing, surveying lunar topography and briefing the astronauts and so forth. He previously worked in oil exploration and his extended family were all well-connected to the Mubarak regime.

    Well he didn’t do a very good job because the landing site was full of large boulders and only Neil Armstrong’s brass cojones got them down in a place where they wouldn’t tip over upon landing. They landed with very little fuel left.

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  106. @Anonymous
    This seems like a different story, but it's worth retelling:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Stock_Canadians#Harper_controversy

    Prime Minister Harper didn't say anything about heritage Canadians making a good society. All it took to set off the firestorm was this:


    Clarifying previous comments on refugees, Harper said that he would "bring in more" than in the past, but that "we do not offer them a better health-care plan than the ordinary Canadian can receive. I think that's something that new and old stock Canadians can agree with."
     
    He lost to Justin Trudeau.

    Yeah, for some reason Canadians got tired of boring, responsible, and fiscally prudent government and decide to out-Barack the USA with a real moron.

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  107. @Romanian
    Give us a link then!

    Oh, yeah. Good idea

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    Oh, I thought it was an actual comment thread. On Reddit or somewhere else. I hate Twitter conversations.
  108. @Anonymous
    I would like to believe that these exotics (Iranian, Libyan) know what they're talking about. But because their ethnic groups don't overperform in scholastic testing I must remain skeptical.

    Yes, the only advice, expertise, counsel etc a modern man needs is to be found inside the mind of an Asian. The scholastic testing proves it. Notice these mouthy towel heads don't say boo to China!

    I would like to believe that these exotics (Iranian, Libyan) know what they’re talking about. But because their ethnic groups don’t overperform in scholastic testing I must remain skeptical.

    The demographics of Iran are ~60% ethnically Persian, which is mostly a white ethnic group. They are religiously Muslim, but ethnically, the Persians are basically white. And Persians often do very well in academics including both higher education and K-12 standardized testing.

    The Iran leadership is very militantly Islamic and is the main state sponsor of terrorism, but the people of Iran are quite divided. Many support the militant Islamic supremacist leadership, but many do not at all, and are far more pro-US, pro-west. I remember some academic said there is more anti-western, anti-American sentiment among the people of France than the people of Iran. I believe that.

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  109. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    DEATH TO SATAN!!!

    But please let us in. Hell is for zeroes as well as heroes. It is for everyone.

    America, from a City on a Hill with qualifications for entry

    to a…

    Dump in the Valley into which anything drains.

    America from a nation-against-gravity to a nation-for-gravity.

    ‘Against gravity’ means the will to make the climb.

    ‘For gravity’ means the ease to slide down.

    America used to take those with the extra-push to make the hard climb for the greater height.
    Now, America is builds water-slides for every loser who just wanna come and get free stuff.

    Waterslide turns into mudslide.

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  110. ‘No one may consider themselves the owner and view others as guests or immigrants.’

    This is actually an intelligent, articulate, succinct summary of the open borders, freedom of movement philosophy.

    I am sympathetic to this. I like humanity, not just my own tribe of white Christians, and the idea of granting the majority of humans the freedom to move to wherever the best opportunities are on the globe has obvious appeal.

    My objections are simple:

    1) The US concept of government coerced “equality” mixed with freedom of entry is a colossal unreasonable imposition on incumbents.

    2) Universal suffrage isn’t reasonable with freedom of entry. Especially, if people may vote according to ethnic/religious/tribal group interests, they have no reasonable expectation of free voting right membership into other groups.

    3) Racial + religious + national tribal identities have strong value to normal humans. Granting free membership to other societies reduces the exclusive meaning and value of the host society and culture and identity. That is simply not a fair expectation.

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  111. @Je Suis Charlie Martel
    Oh, yeah. Good idea

    https://twitter.com/neiltyson/status/835957625925820418

    Oh, I thought it was an actual comment thread. On Reddit or somewhere else. I hate Twitter conversations.

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  112. @Cagey Beast
    I wonder if he is? Over the years I've heard enough immigrants to Canada tell me quite clearly that this is their understanding of things. Post-Christian, globalist virtue signalling is a hothouse orchid that does not travel well.

    You mean Canadians saying America belongs to everyone, or foreigners saying Canada belongs to everyone (along with the US).

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  113. @res

    Duking him 100$ tip like Frank Sinatra used to.
     
    Except that $100 is much different now. This link says 1/8 the value it was in 1960: http://www.usinflationcalculator.com/

    But it’s still the largest denomination bill in circulation, so what are you gonna do?

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  114. @Jefferson
    "Europe has been given to us by Allah. This is what Muslims will tell you if they speak honestly. They have no shame or guilt (as in, the Muslim land where I was born is a dysfunctional cess pit) in crowding into Europe. Europe is Muslim land temporarily ruled by Infidels."

    According to Allahu Akbar and the quran the whole world belongs to Muslims, not just Europe. Israel, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and The United States are not part of Europe yet Muslims still want to conquer these countries as well.

    You are correct that Muslims believe the whole world is theirs because Allah gives it to them. Part B is that Mohamed called his Muslim believers “the best of people”. Superior to non-Muslims, so of course the entire planet is theirs and intended for them.

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  115. @res

    Duking him 100$ tip like Frank Sinatra used to.
     
    Except that $100 is much different now. This link says 1/8 the value it was in 1960: http://www.usinflationcalculator.com/

    Yes, due to inflation Donald Trump is cheaping out relative to Frank Sinatra when he tips people with a hundred dollar bill.

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    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Trump's more like Phil Mickelson than Frank Sinatra in tipping with a Ben Franklin.
  116. @Clyde
    Yes, due to inflation Donald Trump is cheaping out relative to Frank Sinatra when he tips people with a hundred dollar bill.

    Trump’s more like Phil Mickelson than Frank Sinatra in tipping with a Ben Franklin.

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    • Replies: @Clyde
    Phil Mickelson Is A Good Tipper - Business Insider
    www.businessinsider.com/phil-mickelson-is-a-good-tipper-2014-8
    Aug 18, 2014 · Phil Mickelson Is An Insanely Good Tipper. Tony Manfred; ... are very rich athletes who don't tip the way Phil does. ... 2017 Business Insider Inc.

    https://binged.it/2mFKQjm _______ I was not aware of this.

  117. @Steve Sailer
    Trump's more like Phil Mickelson than Frank Sinatra in tipping with a Ben Franklin.

    Phil Mickelson Is A Good Tipper – Business Insider
    http://www.businessinsider.com/phil-mickelson-is-a-good-tipper-2014-8
    Aug 18, 2014 · Phil Mickelson Is An Insanely Good Tipper. Tony Manfred; … are very rich athletes who don’t tip the way Phil does. … 2017 Business Insider Inc.

    https://binged.it/2mFKQjm _______ I was not aware of this.

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    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Tiger is not a big tipper.
    , @Steve Sailer
    A lot of other pro golfers who dine at the same hotel restaurants resent Phil leaving a $100 tip at breakfast when they leave $5.
  118. @Clyde
    Phil Mickelson Is A Good Tipper - Business Insider
    www.businessinsider.com/phil-mickelson-is-a-good-tipper-2014-8
    Aug 18, 2014 · Phil Mickelson Is An Insanely Good Tipper. Tony Manfred; ... are very rich athletes who don't tip the way Phil does. ... 2017 Business Insider Inc.

    https://binged.it/2mFKQjm _______ I was not aware of this.

    Tiger is not a big tipper.

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  119. @Clyde
    Phil Mickelson Is A Good Tipper - Business Insider
    www.businessinsider.com/phil-mickelson-is-a-good-tipper-2014-8
    Aug 18, 2014 · Phil Mickelson Is An Insanely Good Tipper. Tony Manfred; ... are very rich athletes who don't tip the way Phil does. ... 2017 Business Insider Inc.

    https://binged.it/2mFKQjm _______ I was not aware of this.

    A lot of other pro golfers who dine at the same hotel restaurants resent Phil leaving a $100 tip at breakfast when they leave $5.

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  120. A lot of other pro golfers who dine at the same hotel restaurants resent Phil leaving a $100 tip at breakfast when they leave $5.

    Ol Phil ruins it for the rest of them, the cheap bastards! Tiger Woods included and blacks don’t like to tip. White waitresses don’t like to get their tables. By and large, just generalizing.
    Some well known restaurants in NY and elsewhere are adopting (testing) a no tipping policy. Shake Shack chain in particular, the owner hates tipping. You pay more upfront on menu items and the servers get paid straight wage like in Australia.

    Shake Shack founder talks racist history of tipping | New …
    nypost.com/…/19/shake-shack-founder-talks-racist-history-of-tipping
    Jan 19, 2017 · Restaurateur Danny Meyer, who famously ditched gratuities at several of his New York eateries, recently spoke out about the racist roots of tipping …

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  121. OT OT OT
    https://www.amazon.com/Invented-Modern-Age-Rise-Henry/dp/1451645589 I Invented the Modern Age: The Rise of Henry Ford Paperback – May 13, 2014

    Good book about Michigan farm boy Henry Ford. Our original inventors were farmers who were always trying to save on the back breaking labor. Farmers had to become machinery experts and their own repairmen. Michigan was full of German farmers so connect the dots.

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    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    "If you haven't done farm work, you haven't done real work." -- Economist J.K. Galbraith
    , @ben tillman

    Good book about Michigan farm boy Henry Ford. Our original inventors were farmers who were always trying to save on the back breaking labor. Farmers had to become machinery experts and their own repairmen.
     
    The founders of high-tech were Midwestern farmboys along these lines.
  122. @Clyde
    OT OT OT
    https://www.amazon.com/Invented-Modern-Age-Rise-Henry/dp/1451645589 I Invented the Modern Age: The Rise of Henry Ford Paperback – May 13, 2014

    Good book about Michigan farm boy Henry Ford. Our original inventors were farmers who were always trying to save on the back breaking labor. Farmers had to become machinery experts and their own repairmen. Michigan was full of German farmers so connect the dots.

    “If you haven’t done farm work, you haven’t done real work.” — Economist J.K. Galbraith

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  123. @Clyde
    OT OT OT
    https://www.amazon.com/Invented-Modern-Age-Rise-Henry/dp/1451645589 I Invented the Modern Age: The Rise of Henry Ford Paperback – May 13, 2014

    Good book about Michigan farm boy Henry Ford. Our original inventors were farmers who were always trying to save on the back breaking labor. Farmers had to become machinery experts and their own repairmen. Michigan was full of German farmers so connect the dots.

    Good book about Michigan farm boy Henry Ford. Our original inventors were farmers who were always trying to save on the back breaking labor. Farmers had to become machinery experts and their own repairmen.

    The founders of high-tech were Midwestern farmboys along these lines.

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  124. @Moshe
    A Syrian told me this PRECISELY.

    "He also added that Americans think that we're only interested in moving there so that we could boff their girls...nonsense! We deserve to come to America because they are the ones who killed the millions of Syrians. Syrians themselves are the kindest and sweetest people in the world. And we have as much a right to screw American girls as you do. Why should we lose out?"

    I put it in quotes because I just had thr pleasure of hearing this speech* and that is pretty much a quote.

    (*unless you are a friend of long standing Arabs will not have a dialogues with you, just subject you to angry speeches)

    We deserve to come to America because they are the ones who killed the millions of Syrians.

    Not supporting the rebels = killing Syrians? You gotta love the Arab love of telling lies. Even Steve Jobs had his reality distortion field.

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