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If I hadn’t heard that conspiracies were impossible, I’d theorize that Apple, Facebook, and Google conspired together against him.

 
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  1. eah says:

    Chris Murphy (D-CT) tweeted this:

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    • Replies: @Prester John
    Can't make this stuff up. Guess Murph' can't trust his constituents to tell the difference between truth and humbug. On the other hand, that's why the same thirty percent (or less) of the electorate who show up to vote pick guys like Murph' and his oily, reptilian colleague, Blumenthal: to do their thinking for them.
    , @Charles Pewitt
    Chris Murphy is a horrible Leprechaun shyster rat from the Northeastern portion of the United States.

    I love Irish people, I have Irish ancestry. I have an ancestor named Owen Sullivan. Owen Sullivan was born in 1802 in Tennessee and he married a woman named Elizabeth Lampley. Both Sullivan and Lampley had North Carolina connections. The Lampley people had connections to Barbados and Pennsylvania. Lampley brings in the Beezer crowd. Don't forget the Daubney people.

    The Daubney people and the Normans knew how to handle Saxons, you Irish dopes!

    I LOVE THE IRISH!

    But wonderful and proud Irish people must admit that some of the Irish politicians and Irish people are no good bastard RATS! DAMMIT!

    Joe Crowley just got his fat Irish ass handed to him by a Puerto Rican from a nice town up the Hudson river and he will still shill for the Democrat Party. This woman looks mostly Spaniard to me and her whole phucking act is only slightly worse than that Irish and Italian Armand Assante playing a Spaniard Puerto Rican in some Sidney Lumet movie.

    Irish politicians in the Democrat Party are phucking notorious for pushing open borders mass immigration and amnesty for illegal alien invaders.

    Joe Biden, Joe Crowley, Chris Murphy and all the rest of the Irish shyster politicians are going the way of the dodo bird in the Democrat Party and it seems like they want to take the rest of us down with them in some kind of horribly vindictive Celtic scheme of pure evil.
    , @Jake
    That could be Leon Trotsky talking about Kulaks tearing the USSR apart with their lies and hatreds.
    , @Tiny Duck
    You guys are going down

    Lebron James owning fox news

    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/lebron-james-laura-ingraham-new-showtime-docu-series_us_5b694f7de4b0de86f4a4bcb7

    Trumps walk of fame star to be removed https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2018/08/06/trumps-walk-fame-star-west-hollywood-council/921300002/

    Demogaphic change continues apace

    Black Panther and Get out are BLOCKBUSTERS

    Sarah Jeong lauded by the PEOPLE

    James Gunn being reinstated

    conservatives getting kicked to the curb for their bigotry

    white women who are college educated not voting republican

    Tired of all that winning?
    , @AndrewR
    Whence comes this childish fetish for "democracy" among our elites? Rule of law, protection of basic rights, high living standards, avoiding extreme economic inequality, protection of the environment: all far more important than the right of tens of millions of low-IQ and/or low-info people to go to the polls occasionally and vote for whichever candidate got the most corporate donations.

    I dislike Infowars but my objections to it have nothing to do with "protecting our democracy." One wonders if this waste of potatoes actually buys into his own BS.

    , @Tex
    Murphy has absolutely got his finger on the pulse of current year. The survival of democracy demands big corporations suppress dissent.
    , @J.Ross
    I like how Murphy does not understand what happened (Jones' site is fine, he lost hosting on other sites) -- but given that Murphy is a Democrat congresscritter, I guess we should be happy that he's not deliberately mishandling classified information, relying on Pakistani spies for IT support, or setting his password as password. These are the geniuses that want to censor the internet. Come to think of it, many of the people who want to institute a ministry of truth are law school graduates.
    , @mobi
    Is this the real 'long game' behind the whole 'Russia! Russia! Russia!' mock hysteria, by the powers that be?

    Their loss of control of the narrative is very serious business - a mortal threat. It's impossible that they would not resort to absolutely anything to try to wrest it back.

    So here we have it - anything less than a monopoly on the narrative by the powers that be is 'nothing less than a mortal threat to democracy itself - it's treason!'

    I previously expected it might take the form of 'protecting the children from predators', or such, but no - this is much more effective.

    The most effective option available to them, to achieve what they cannot survive without.

    Diabolical.

    , @eah
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    , @FreeSpeech
    He should be immediately impeached. He is an enemy of the Constitution.
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  2. eah says:

    The banner of the Twitter homepage of Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) looks like this:

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    • Replies: @MikeatMikedotMike
    Negrophilia is a bizarre pathology.
    , @Cagey Beast
    Dead-eyed thugs on the basketball court are what Connecticut is all about.

    Mainstream, normie White men are broken creatures. To hell with them.
    , @Dieter Kief
    One wouldn't want to accuse him here of being overly diverse.
    , @Desiderius
    That's pretty sexist right there.
    , @AnotherDad
    How pathetic. That's "Connecticut"? Really white guys like this should just cut off their junk--they aren't men and don't deserve to use it.
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  3. Now they collude to suppress free speech, then they colluded to suppress free movement of workers…

    In 2010, a Justice Department investigation concluded that several companies shared confidential salary information to prevent bidding wars and promised not to call each other’s staff.

    https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/apr/24/apple-google-settle-antitrust-lawsuit-hiring-collusion

    These anti-American corporations need to be reined in pronto.

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    • Replies: @Neoconned
    You know I think Jones is full of shit on 80% or more of his nonsense but even then why not ignore him? Why this sudden obsessive move to silence fringe nutters nobody listens to perjod?

    Time to use the Sherman Antitrust legislation to break up these quasi tech monopolies considering they're acting in a colluding monopolist type political manner.....
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  4. Now they collude to suppress free speech, then the colluded to suppress free movement of workers…

    In 2010, a Justice Department investigation concluded that several companies shared confidential salary information to prevent bidding wars and promised not to call each other’s staff.

    https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/apr/24/apple-google-settle-antitrust-lawsuit-hiring-collusion

    These anti-American corporations need to be reined in pronto.

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  5. Anonymous[767] • Disclaimer says:

    Now they collude to suppress free speech, then the colluded to suppress free movement of workers…

    In 2010, a Justice Department investigation concluded that several companies shared confidential salary information to prevent bidding wars and promised not to call each other’s staff.

    https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/apr/24/apple-google-settle-antitrust-lawsuit-hiring-collusion

    These anti-American corporations need to be reined in pronto.

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  6. Rosie says:

    I’m sure it has something to do with liberalism going back to the French Revolution. It was written in the book of Fate from the Declaration of the Rights of Man that Alex Jones would be scrubbed off the Internet.

    The only solution is to reinstate at least the following:

    (1) absolute hereditary monarchy
    (2) coverture
    (3) legal disability of “bastards”
    (4) serfdom

    Failing these actions, any attempt to secure the right to tweet will fail and we’ll just wind up in the same place we are now.

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    • Replies: @anonymous
    https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-gender-gap-among-midterm-voters-looks-huge-maybe-even-record-breaking/

    Give women the vote, they said. It'd be fine, they said.
    , @Antlitz Grollheim
    Finally, a sensible comment.
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  7. Anonymous[356] • Disclaimer says:

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    • Replies: @Corn
    Michael Tracey is one of my favorite liberals. He’s lefty through and through but hasn’t given in to Trump Derangement Syndrome or insanity in general.
    , @Svigor
    https://reason.com/blog/2018/07/31/democrats-tech-policy-plans-leaked

    Democrats' plan to "regulate" social media is actually a plan to doxx America.
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  8. Rosie says:

    If I hadn’t heard that conspiracies were impossible, I’d theorize that Apple, Facebook, and Google conspired together against him.

    I’m sure it has something to do with liberalism going back to the French Revolution. It was written in the book of Fate from the Declaration of the Rights of Man that Alex Jones would be scrubbed off the Internet.

    The only solution is to reinstate at least the following:

    (1) absolute hereditary monarchy
    (2) coverture
    (3) legal disability of “bastards”
    (4) serfdom

    Failing these actions, any attempt to secure the right to tweet will fail and we’ll just wind up in the same place we are now.

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    I believe that duplicate comments often appear near the top of threads because when yours is the first comment, when you "publish," your comment vanishes. You don't get to reread it and maybe edit it. It's natural to page-back to retrieve your comment. And then, it's natural to publish it again.
    , @AnotherDad
    I'm against #1 and #4, but #2 and #3 sound pretty good.
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  9. You have to admit, Steve Sailer writes some funny headlines. By just stating the truth!

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  10. anonymous[166] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosie
    I'm sure it has something to do with liberalism going back to the French Revolution. It was written in the book of Fate from the Declaration of the Rights of Man that Alex Jones would be scrubbed off the Internet.

    The only solution is to reinstate at least the following:

    (1) absolute hereditary monarchy
    (2) coverture
    (3) legal disability of "bastards"
    (4) serfdom

    Failing these actions, any attempt to secure the right to tweet will fail and we'll just wind up in the same place we are now.
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    https://www.motherjones.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/blog_generic_support_women_republicans.jpg
    , @Rosie

    Give women the vote, they said. It’d be fine, they said.
     
    Good Lord. A bit slow on the uptake aren't you?
    , @JSM
    First of all, fivethirtyeight is a TOTAL joke. The day before the Nov 2016 election, it had Hillary winning at plus 90 percent.
    They're in the tank for the Dems, and hope their "push polls" will GET them the result they want.

    So to take ANYTHING these clowns say at face value shows YOU to be the dupe.

    We hear in the reality-based community note that Working Class Women and Married White Women went for Trump BIGLY. Even more than single men.

    2nd, I live in Wyoming, the reddest of red states, gave Trump the largest percent vote of any state in America. You'll note, our state motto is The Equality State. Because we're the state that first granted women the right to vote, 150 plus years ago. But our women voted Trump.

    Why?
    Apropos of nothing, our Jewess population is far less than one percent.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    Give women the vote, they said. It’d be fine, they said.
     
    Except for decades, women voted more conservatively than did men, here, in the UK, and elsewhere. Men elected Wilson, who sent those too young to vote to their deaths.

    Only after men built up the welfare apparatus and a new generation of daughters grew up under it did women begin to support it more than men.
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  11. CK says:

    And it is completely impossible to navigate to his web page at:

    https://www.infowars.com/

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    I had no problem just now, CK (about 1 hour after your post, but got no idea when you'll be able to read this.)
    , @Frank G
    You think these companies wouldn’t also have his website taken down, given the opportunity?
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  12. Remember that libertarians will autistically insist that only the state can suppress speech. When corporations do it, it’s somehow “free conscience”. Of course, it’s not like YT/GOOG/FB were innocent Bbefore. All of them had engaged in creeping censorship before. So any attempt to portray them as victim of statist bullying, which the lolbertarians will try to salvage their ideology, will fail.

    More broadly, if even a nutjob like Alex Jones, which is nevertheless quite harmless, can get banned then literally anyone can get banned. He didn’t even adress the JQ but kept pretending that it was the English royal family and similar BS that ruled the world. Sort of like Jared Taylor didn’t earn anything from ducking the JQ either. SPLC/ADL still went after him no matter how much he cucked.

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    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
    Maybe the JQ give us the answer to life, the universe and everything? Maybe it's not the golden key that opens all doors? Ever think of that?

    Anyway, Alex Jones did give the JQ a shot more than once. Here are some cackling Brooklynites pointing out one example. Jones is such a hambone that I end up laughing along with them, even though they want to abolish us.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwQ7og7cUgo
    , @snorlax

    He didn’t even adress the JQ but kept pretending that it was the English royal family and similar BS that ruled the world. Sort of like Jared Taylor didn’t earn anything from ducking the JQ either. SPLC/ADL still went after him no matter how much he cucked.
     
    At the "Netroots Nation" conference, NY gubernatorial candidate and Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon recently said "they'll call us socialists anyway, so why not give them the real thing?"

    She's right. Fox News et al will call them socialists anyway. Why not give them the real thing? Because socialism is a terrible and extremely destructive idea.

    The formulation "they'll call us X anyway, so we should be X" presupposes that X is in fact a good idea. You wouldn't say "they'll call us corrupt anyway, so we should be corrupt." (Although, IIRC Duterte did say something along those lines).
    , @Achmed E. Newman

    Remember that libertarians will autistically insist that only the state can suppress speech.
     
    Some might have said that, but I think you're confused on their point that only the state (really, just the US Feral Gov't) is NOT allowed to suppress free speech, per Constitutional Amendment, B.O.R. # 1.

    Now that being said:

    1) Who really cares about the US Constitution anymore (from what I've seen lately)?

    2) It IS still a big deal when these near-monopolies run the whole show, as far as the world of information goes.
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  13. @eah
    The banner of the Twitter homepage of Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) looks like this:

    https://s26.postimg.cc/ujf5b0kvt/sen_murphy_CT.jpg

    Negrophilia is a bizarre pathology.

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  14. Anonym says:

    Of course, all those infowars.com fans are going to become liberals tomorrow.

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  15. Corn says:
    @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/ChrisMurphyCT/status/1026580187784404994

    https://twitter.com/notjessewalker/status/1026490336535879681

    Michael Tracey is one of my favorite liberals. He’s lefty through and through but hasn’t given in to Trump Derangement Syndrome or insanity in general.

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    • Replies: @Chase
    It’s easy to conflate Jews and liberals, but there is a substantial difference.
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  16. What happened to anti-trust law? Talk about collusion.

    The “Government” is spending millions chasing Russian ghosts around Washington and all the collusion that’s fit to print is happening right in front of us with “American” corporations.

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    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "What happened to anti-trust law? Talk about collusion."

    Jones should be able to shill his conspiracy theories on those platforms without being banned. And I wouldn't be surprised at all that these three Titans engaged in collusion. It's just a matter of proving it. But with your law degree, your skill and tenacity, and all of the resources at your disposal, why not offer your services to Alex?

    On the other hand, there is NO 1st Amendment violation when a private company decides to remove someone from their private platform. It's their business. Free speech is never "free". Remember, these companies have terms that users must abide by, so once they are in violation of said terms, however arbitrary, the person has no recourse. Remember, Jones willingly signed up. He understood the potential consequences of his actions.

    To me what is more interesting is the lawsuit against Jones by the Sandy Hook survivors. How will that all turn out?
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  17. Anonymous[410] • Disclaimer says:

    I guess that means that Jones’ videos will feature prominently at Unz now.

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  18. If I hadn’t heard that conspiracies were impossible, I’d theorize that Apple, Facebook, and Google conspired together against him.

    Add Spotify to that list as well.

    Facebook, Apple, YouTube and Spotify ban Infowars’ Alex Jones

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/facebook-apple-youtube-and-spotify-ban-infowars-alex-jones/ar-BBLz2Da?OCID=ansmsnnews11

    From that article:

    [....]the daily Alex Jones Show podcast, and his platform Infowars produces another five podcasts.

    All of those shows were removed from Apple Podcasts save for one, Real News with David Knight, which at present is still on the platform.

    Apple does not host podcasts, nor does it have any financial relationship with those it catalogues on its directory. Instead, Apple Podcasts is simply a list of links to podcasts hosted on independent servers around the world. But the service is still the most important single platform in the podcasting industry, driving a substantial amount of traffic to the podcasts it features on its homepage or in its charts.

    Seeing mention of David Knight reminded me that Infowars actually did some worthwhile journalism, off to the side from all of Alex Jones’ noise and bluster. The legacy media was so damned bad during the Obama and Bush Jr years, that a person had to go to sites like Infowars (and a dozen others) to actually figure out what was happening in the wider world.

    Another thing I’d say in Alex Jones’ favour is that he used his big mouth and showmanship to break the “open secret” of the Bilderberg Group. Having the media and political class continue to gaslight us on the existence of Bilderberg conferences was intolerable. For one thing, many of the government officials were breaking their own country’s laws by not disclosing they had attended such a meeting.

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  19. @eah
    The banner of the Twitter homepage of Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) looks like this:

    https://s26.postimg.cc/ujf5b0kvt/sen_murphy_CT.jpg

    Dead-eyed thugs on the basketball court are what Connecticut is all about.

    Mainstream, normie White men are broken creatures. To hell with them.

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    I gotta say: the Black Pill is strong in me today. Not because of what is happening to us; tribal warfare is nothing new. But the fact that a substantial percentage of my people aren’t willing to see reality for what it is is despair-inducing. Those that aren’t willing to fight don’t deserve to live.
    , @academic gossip

    Dead-eyed thugs on the basketball court are what Connecticut is all about.
     
    The direction of Literally Evolution is for the apex university sports teams to eventually be filled by sons of athletes and of functional families; foreigners and immigrants; and players who attended private schools with elite sports programs (where the same dynamic applies). Social and reproductive sorting makes the process multigenerational and self reinforcing. Thugs are more for arriviste teams trying to climb the rankings by taking gambles.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    Dead-eyed thugs on the basketball court are what Connecticut is all about.
     
    And they lost their hockey franchise to Raleigh, of all places, via Greensboro, of all places. That has to be the second-weirdest move in sports, after the Toronto-to-Birmingham WHA shift of 1976.

    However, that is less of a black mark against Connecticut than it is against North Carolina which, like several of her Southern neighbors, mysteriously drops her opposition to socialism when it comes to sports facilities.
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  20. In the long term this probably helps Jones because it reinforces his claim of conspiracies. The people who watch Jones and sincerely think he’s making truthful statements about gay frogs or whatever are only going to think that his coordinated censorship grants him more legitimacy.

    The real effect of this will be pour encourager les autres. Anyone who gets too far from the approved opinions now knows that they’ll get cut off, so they’ll stick to the narrow space on the right of the approved narratives and opinions. You have to think about someone like Joe Rogan, who has had Jones on his podcast in the past will probably just stick to MMA and other inanities.

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    • Replies: @Perspective
    I hope it will back fire immensely. It will probably mean an internet bill of rights will be passed at some point, this will allow Jones and other conservative platforms to build their audience and spread their message wider without the worry the sword of Damocles is hovering above them.
    , @Anne Lid
    Atrazine and estrogen demasculinize frogs. Given the state of popular science he was not that wrong.
    , @AndrewR
    Lol Rogan is a total cuck. He actually and unironically said "not all Trump supporters are racist but all racists are Trump supporters." To Rogan, apparently, hatred of whites is not racism. I lost all respect for him when he said that.
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  21. snorlax says:
    @anonymous
    https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-gender-gap-among-midterm-voters-looks-huge-maybe-even-record-breaking/

    Give women the vote, they said. It'd be fine, they said.

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    • Replies: @Rosie
    I mentioned in another thread that blaming is no use. Here is a case in point. Causes often have causes of their own, in this case, "fellow White" control of the universities.

    Much of the purpose of elite censorship is precisely to prevent alternative media from breaking through the conditioning.

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.

    This is a classic case of bias, wherein a pre-existing suspicion of women is confirmed. One might say that this shows that women are overly susceptible to elite manipulation, but then if that's true, elites currently in power have an interest in women's empowerment.

    Right now, that's a bad thing, but nothing can be done. When we come to a point where something can be done, it will no longer need to be done. Indeed, at that point, women's empowerment will be good for Whites.
    , @Rosie
    A thought experiment regarding the Woman Question:

    Suppose you're ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don't realize it until two hours later. Bearing in mind that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, do you turn back and take the route you originally planned, or do you plan a new route that gets you to your destination ASAP from where you are now?

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don't get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?
    , @Desiderius
    They’ve got some money in their pocketbooks and are on the market for some status.
    , @Ben tillman
    Fakest poll ever.
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  22. @Thulean Friend
    Remember that libertarians will autistically insist that only the state can suppress speech. When corporations do it, it's somehow "free conscience". Of course, it's not like YT/GOOG/FB were innocent Bbefore. All of them had engaged in creeping censorship before. So any attempt to portray them as victim of statist bullying, which the lolbertarians will try to salvage their ideology, will fail.

    More broadly, if even a nutjob like Alex Jones, which is nevertheless quite harmless, can get banned then literally anyone can get banned. He didn't even adress the JQ but kept pretending that it was the English royal family and similar BS that ruled the world. Sort of like Jared Taylor didn't earn anything from ducking the JQ either. SPLC/ADL still went after him no matter how much he cucked.

    Maybe the JQ give us the answer to life, the universe and everything? Maybe it’s not the golden key that opens all doors? Ever think of that?

    Anyway, Alex Jones did give the JQ a shot more than once. Here are some cackling Brooklynites pointing out one example. Jones is such a hambone that I end up laughing along with them, even though they want to abolish us.

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    Ha, like Trump's "by 'why it would be the Russians' I meant 'why it wouldn't be the Russians' " I mean't to say "Maybe the JQ doesn't give us the answer to life, the universe and everything?".
    , @Chaotic Neutral
    I try Not to be like that, but I have a suspicion the lawsuit against Alex jones by the sandy hook people may have a JQ subtext of holocaust revisionism, specifically forming legal injunctions against it. It’s about forming a precedent: these people were killed so questioning that fact is legally actionable. All mainstream historians agree on the 6 million, so now the ADL or whichever organization with ridiculously deep pockets can sue the heck out of anyone who questions it.

    Think about it: if your loved one were trajically killed, and some wacko in Connecticut or Portland or whatever we’re questioning it, you might find it bewildering or even hurtful, but you would certainly not feel the need to go on an expensive crusade to silence them, if you had nothing to gain from it, right? You would just think, well that’s their bizarro opinion, whatever they want to think...

    I see this in the context of the recent banning of all revisionist books on amazon. After twenty years of a policy of absolute first amendment style free speech, suddenly not, just on THAT issue. Suspicious, at least to me.

    I’m not taking a position on any of these issues, mind you, only pro free speech. I think the Alex jones conspiracy theorists are wackos for the most part. Why the sandy hook shooting in particular, seems like there’s a new one every week!
    , @Thulean Friend

    Maybe it’s not the golden key that opens all doors? Ever think of that?
     
    And I have claimed that where? My point was as simple as it is direct: people who duck the issue do not escape the wrath of Jewish-led organisations like SPLC or ADL. They often do not like being called out on their cowardice and make cartoonish claims that those who insist on it being one of the issues think it is the only one. No, but it is one of the central ones.

    The reason why people like you would want to avoid it is simple: the price paid is far greater than mildly complaining about muslim immigration, which carries far lower social sanctions. Though it is of course not very flattering to think of oneself as a coward, so it is far more preferable to paint cartoonish caricatures of people who point out your spinelessness. Ever think of that? ;)
    , @J1234

    Jones is such a hambone that I end up laughing along with them, even though they want to abolish us.
     
    I think Jones expects you to laugh. He's a showman who uses antics to draw people in. He has some weird ideas that he's sincere about, of course, but his pro wrestling style rants on any subject are probably intended for entertainment. Watching Jones is a bit like watching an old Orson Welles movie - you wade through the weirdness because there occasionally may be something of value that you don't find in conventional offerings...even if it's only a perspective. I rarely watch him, but I have found some of the presentations with Roger Stone interesting.
    , @Ben tillman
    And at some point you have to tell people the truth if you want to come up with an effective game plan. Did you ever think of that?
    , @Anonymous
    The JQ is not only the only question, it's not even the fundamental one. The fundamental question is whether the white race has the will to live, and if the answer is yes, the JQ is irrelevant, and if the answer is no, the JQ is also irrelevant. It's interesting, and in the short term it relates to the "how" a lot, but all the Jews are doing or have ever done is to speed up a process that was inevitable anyway. They are a catalyst and an irritant, to be sure. But the deciding factor in the continuance or end of White civilization depends on Whites, and Whites only.


    Revilo P. Oliver figured that out in the sixties, and he was right.
    See Conspiracy or Degeneracy?, 1966
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  23. @eah
    Chris Murphy (D-CT) tweeted this:

    https://twitter.com/ChrisMurphyCT/status/1026580187784404994

    Can’t make this stuff up. Guess Murph’ can’t trust his constituents to tell the difference between truth and humbug. On the other hand, that’s why the same thirty percent (or less) of the electorate who show up to vote pick guys like Murph’ and his oily, reptilian colleague, Blumenthal: to do their thinking for them.

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  24. Rosie says:
    @anonymous
    https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-gender-gap-among-midterm-voters-looks-huge-maybe-even-record-breaking/

    Give women the vote, they said. It'd be fine, they said.

    Give women the vote, they said. It’d be fine, they said.

    Good Lord. A bit slow on the uptake aren’t you?

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  25. @Alec Leamas
    In the long term this probably helps Jones because it reinforces his claim of conspiracies. The people who watch Jones and sincerely think he's making truthful statements about gay frogs or whatever are only going to think that his coordinated censorship grants him more legitimacy.

    The real effect of this will be pour encourager les autres. Anyone who gets too far from the approved opinions now knows that they'll get cut off, so they'll stick to the narrow space on the right of the approved narratives and opinions. You have to think about someone like Joe Rogan, who has had Jones on his podcast in the past will probably just stick to MMA and other inanities.

    I hope it will back fire immensely. It will probably mean an internet bill of rights will be passed at some point, this will allow Jones and other conservative platforms to build their audience and spread their message wider without the worry the sword of Damocles is hovering above them.

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    It will probably mean an internet bill of rights will be passed at some point
     
    God only knows what leads you to this conclusion.

    It's the diametric opposite of what's going on.

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  26. snorlax says:
    @Thulean Friend
    Remember that libertarians will autistically insist that only the state can suppress speech. When corporations do it, it's somehow "free conscience". Of course, it's not like YT/GOOG/FB were innocent Bbefore. All of them had engaged in creeping censorship before. So any attempt to portray them as victim of statist bullying, which the lolbertarians will try to salvage their ideology, will fail.

    More broadly, if even a nutjob like Alex Jones, which is nevertheless quite harmless, can get banned then literally anyone can get banned. He didn't even adress the JQ but kept pretending that it was the English royal family and similar BS that ruled the world. Sort of like Jared Taylor didn't earn anything from ducking the JQ either. SPLC/ADL still went after him no matter how much he cucked.

    He didn’t even adress the JQ but kept pretending that it was the English royal family and similar BS that ruled the world. Sort of like Jared Taylor didn’t earn anything from ducking the JQ either. SPLC/ADL still went after him no matter how much he cucked.

    At the “Netroots Nation” conference, NY gubernatorial candidate and Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon recently said “they’ll call us socialists anyway, so why not give them the real thing?”

    She’s right. Fox News et al will call them socialists anyway. Why not give them the real thing? Because socialism is a terrible and extremely destructive idea.

    The formulation “they’ll call us X anyway, so we should be X” presupposes that X is in fact a good idea. You wouldn’t say “they’ll call us corrupt anyway, so we should be corrupt.” (Although, IIRC Duterte did say something along those lines).

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    She wasn't referring to real socialism. She meant a capitalistic "social democracy" à la Suède: single-payer healthcare, a higher minimum wage, a stronger government entitlement system, etc. She was saying "let's try to get what we really want instead of trying to avoid upsetting Republicans."
    , @Thulean Friend

    “they’ll call us X anyway, so we should be X”
     
    Not my argument. Though don't let yourself completely missing the point stop you from posting irrelevant rejoinders.
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  27. @eah
    Chris Murphy (D-CT) tweeted this:

    https://twitter.com/ChrisMurphyCT/status/1026580187784404994

    Chris Murphy is a horrible Leprechaun shyster rat from the Northeastern portion of the United States.

    I love Irish people, I have Irish ancestry. I have an ancestor named Owen Sullivan. Owen Sullivan was born in 1802 in Tennessee and he married a woman named Elizabeth Lampley. Both Sullivan and Lampley had North Carolina connections. The Lampley people had connections to Barbados and Pennsylvania. Lampley brings in the Beezer crowd. Don’t forget the Daubney people.

    The Daubney people and the Normans knew how to handle Saxons, you Irish dopes!

    I LOVE THE IRISH!

    But wonderful and proud Irish people must admit that some of the Irish politicians and Irish people are no good bastard RATS! DAMMIT!

    Joe Crowley just got his fat Irish ass handed to him by a Puerto Rican from a nice town up the Hudson river and he will still shill for the Democrat Party. This woman looks mostly Spaniard to me and her whole phucking act is only slightly worse than that Irish and Italian Armand Assante playing a Spaniard Puerto Rican in some Sidney Lumet movie.

    Irish politicians in the Democrat Party are phucking notorious for pushing open borders mass immigration and amnesty for illegal alien invaders.

    Joe Biden, Joe Crowley, Chris Murphy and all the rest of the Irish shyster politicians are going the way of the dodo bird in the Democrat Party and it seems like they want to take the rest of us down with them in some kind of horribly vindictive Celtic scheme of pure evil.

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    • Replies: @shextons
    plenty of wasps doing the same thing. for every Ted Kennedy there is a Joe mccarthy , for every Chris Murphy there is a Steve Bannon. the wasp elite are bigger sellout's than some working class Irish guys
    , @Daniel H
    Don't leave out Connecticut governor Daniel Malloy, governor Phil Murphy of New Jersey or Gavin Newsom of California, a trio of libtard Irishmen. What worries me is that any of Daniel Malloy, Phil Murphy or Gavin Newsom could win the Democratic party presidential nomination in 2020. They are all competent and smart enough, and in the case of Murphy, extremely wealthy. They all express that cool liberal Irish charm that has bowled over the American people, time after time. It would be difficult for Trump to defeat any of them. Think of Ted Kennedy without any of the negative baggage. And just like Ted Kennedy they could be fatally destructive to the American nation and people. The zeal and drive of the Hillary faction but without the incompetency and corruption.

    Going forward, until the nomination is secure sometime in August 2020 I am not going to say anything negative about Kamala Harris. I will not mock or deride Harris, and I hope that whatever skeletons lay in the closest stay their until September 2020. I will say prays for Harris's good health and wellbeing. Kamala Harris for President, 2020.

    , @JudyBlumeSussman

    But wonderful and proud Irish people must admit that some of the Irish politicians and Irish people are no good bastard RATS! DAMMIT!
     
    If Ron Unz's survey of the literature is correct, the Kennedy brothers may well have been assassinated by Israeli terrorists and/or state actors. If Irish pols are rats, they certainly were punished (for unrelated reasons).

    WASP rats like the Bush family, have never suffered a millisecond of punishment, unless you count "Please clap," Neil Bush's hooker humiliation and "George Bush doesn't care about black people."

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  28. @Cagey Beast
    Maybe the JQ give us the answer to life, the universe and everything? Maybe it's not the golden key that opens all doors? Ever think of that?

    Anyway, Alex Jones did give the JQ a shot more than once. Here are some cackling Brooklynites pointing out one example. Jones is such a hambone that I end up laughing along with them, even though they want to abolish us.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwQ7og7cUgo

    Ha, like Trump’s “by ‘why it would be the Russians’ I meant ‘why it wouldn’t be the Russians’ ” I mean’t to say “Maybe the JQ doesn’t give us the answer to life, the universe and everything?”.

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    Well, many people who are ignorant of (or even actively in denial of) the JQ live long, happy, healthy lives. One could say that they collectively know something that unhappy JQ-woke people don't know. But for those who want to understand global politics and US politics in particular, a comprehensive understanding of the JQ is essential, and people who lack it cannot really be taken seriously as allies or mentors.
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  29. @CK
    And it is completely impossible to navigate to his web page at:
    https://www.infowars.com/

    I had no problem just now, CK (about 1 hour after your post, but got no idea when you’ll be able to read this.)

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    Hey, right away! How 'bout that. Thanks, Steve, but you've gotta get some sleep sometime. Don't let those dreams of Sarah Jeong wake you up in the middle of the night, for better or for worse. She's just not worth it.
    , @Discordiax
    I smell sarcasm in CK's post.

    But I did check the link, because it's very possible that Cloudflare might pull DDOS protection, or that whatever tech contractor hosts the infowars.com domain dumps them.
    , @CK
    I forgot the sarcasm widget in my post.
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  30. Frank G says:
    @CK
    And it is completely impossible to navigate to his web page at:
    https://www.infowars.com/

    You think these companies wouldn’t also have his website taken down, given the opportunity?

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  31. @Thulean Friend
    Remember that libertarians will autistically insist that only the state can suppress speech. When corporations do it, it's somehow "free conscience". Of course, it's not like YT/GOOG/FB were innocent Bbefore. All of them had engaged in creeping censorship before. So any attempt to portray them as victim of statist bullying, which the lolbertarians will try to salvage their ideology, will fail.

    More broadly, if even a nutjob like Alex Jones, which is nevertheless quite harmless, can get banned then literally anyone can get banned. He didn't even adress the JQ but kept pretending that it was the English royal family and similar BS that ruled the world. Sort of like Jared Taylor didn't earn anything from ducking the JQ either. SPLC/ADL still went after him no matter how much he cucked.

    Remember that libertarians will autistically insist that only the state can suppress speech.

    Some might have said that, but I think you’re confused on their point that only the state (really, just the US Feral Gov’t) is NOT allowed to suppress free speech, per Constitutional Amendment, B.O.R. # 1.

    Now that being said:

    1) Who really cares about the US Constitution anymore (from what I’ve seen lately)?

    2) It IS still a big deal when these near-monopolies run the whole show, as far as the world of information goes.

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    In a legal sense in this context, the First Amendment reads thusly:

    Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
     
    This can (and in my opinion, should) be interpreted VERY broadly, much like the Interstate Commerce Clause has been; laws that fund or favor institutions that abridge free speech, right of assembly, right to petition the gov't (e.g., the overwhelming majority of universities in the US; jewgle, twatter, fapple, etc.) are unconstitutional and thus illegitimate.

    P.S., Supremacy Clause (and incorporation, or something) now means that no domestic gov't can violate the Constitution.

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  32. @Achmed E. Newman
    I had no problem just now, CK (about 1 hour after your post, but got no idea when you'll be able to read this.)

    Hey, right away! How ’bout that. Thanks, Steve, but you’ve gotta get some sleep sometime. Don’t let those dreams of Sarah Jeong wake you up in the middle of the night, for better or for worse. She’s just not worth it.

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    Wait, was infowars.com down for a while?

    Honestly, I assumed you were snarking.
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  33. Rosie says:
    @snorlax
    https://www.motherjones.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/blog_generic_support_women_republicans.jpg

    I mentioned in another thread that blaming is no use. Here is a case in point. Causes often have causes of their own, in this case, “fellow White” control of the universities.

    Much of the purpose of elite censorship is precisely to prevent alternative media from breaking through the conditioning.

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.

    This is a classic case of bias, wherein a pre-existing suspicion of women is confirmed. One might say that this shows that women are overly susceptible to elite manipulation, but then if that’s true, elites currently in power have an interest in women’s empowerment.

    Right now, that’s a bad thing, but nothing can be done. When we come to a point where something can be done, it will no longer need to be done. Indeed, at that point, women’s empowerment will be good for Whites.

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    When we come to a point where something can be done, it will no longer need to be done. Indeed, at that point, women’s empowerment will be good for Whites.
     
    So what you're saying is women are an emotionally motivated and hypersensitive to social pressure, a herd animal, and it seems "college" is where this is burnished and internalized. I'd like to overlay happiness statistics over that voting-pattern chart, along with cat adoption statistics.
    , @Whiskey
    Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men. Always have been always will be. Women want open borders. New conqueror to eliminate the beta males. Women want gun bans. Easier for Tyrone to bash the head in of White dudes. Women love the poz and freak shows like trannies and vote for Dems in massive number s. Open borders, no ICE, anti White stuff, and gun bans are the future thanks to women.

    See Rapefugees Welcome.
    , @AndrewR
    College-educated women in general are higher-IQ and higher-info than women without a college education. If the former are using their intelligence, knowledge, sophistication and political power to harm their own men, especially their own working-class men, then what argument is there really to "empower" women?
    , @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    This is a classic case of bias, wherein a pre-existing suspicion of women is confirmed. One might say that this shows that women are overly susceptible to elite manipulation, but then if that’s true, elites currently in power have an interest in women’s empowerment.
     
    All one needs to do is watch an hour of the Today Show in the morning to see how easily self-regarded educated white women are to manipulate.

    They hop from block to block in short segments of a few minutes - lifestyle piece to lighthearted piece about a viral video of a puppy to a slanted news piece about how awful Trump is back to a lifestyle piece and so on. The message is the Nice White Ladies who love puppies and would like to lose fifteen pounds and who should make a clever turkey decoration for Thanksgiving dinner hate Trump.
    , @Anonymous
    Quite nonsensical. Literally shows the opposite argument: empowering White women makes life worse for White men. Completely disempowered women would be incapable of doing any of this - basic logic.
    , @Svigor

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.
     
    Utilitarianism is no defense?
    , @Brady

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.
     
    Women as a group do not make informed choices. They make emotional choices and rationalize them later. This is referred to as "intuition". It is why the 19th amendment immediately and permanently shifted politics to the left, no propaganda required.

    Cue the "but what about meeeeee" screeching. Yes, we know, many men make uninformed choices, and not all women do. We're talking about group traits here, not individual snowflakes.

    "The alt-right" isn't some magic spell that will make college-educated white women stop selling out their country for status and gibs. The alt-right isn't even a coherent movement or policy position, much less a fixed path from point A to point B, but if we can infer any common beliefs among the alt-right, disenfranchisement would probably be high on the list. And I must say, I find it funny that an apparently female commenter is trying to argue against stone cold facts with an imaginary emotional metaphor; it's either pitch-perfect trolling or epic irony.
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  34. Conspiracy Theorizing Rising

    I wrote this about powerful people — specifically Dick Cheney — accusing regular people of engaging in so-called “conspiracy theories” in 2017 as a way to deflect arguments and to stifle debate:

    The treasonous scoundrel Dick Cheney once suggested that I was engaging in a “conspiracy theory” when I talked about how the American Empire’s military involvement in the Balkans financially benefited his former company Brown and Root(Halliburton) and Cheney himself.

    Cheney pushes open borders mass immigration and amnesty for illegal alien invaders. Cheney is a traitor and a money-grubbing whore.

    The American Empire had no damn business getting involved in the Balkans except for the business of provisioning the American Empire. Provisioning the overseas antics of the American Empire is a good damn business for some people, Cheney included.

    Cheney accuses me of reading one too many “conspiracy theories.” The relevant part starts at 27:45:

    https://dianerehm.org/audio/#/shows/2001-04-11/vice-president-dick-cheney/103859/@00:00

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  35. Part of the reason for these near-monopolies in the information world, besides the great value of economies-of-scale in this realm, are due to the users themselves.

    People are too lazy, or don’t even understand the difference between the operating system, browser, and search engine. They will just use what they’ve been using, Google and youtube in this case, due to this ignorance and laziness. That’s what keeps the big guys on top and let’s them do whatever they want. Oooohhh, they banned me on facebook. So what, dude, you don’t really need to know what your friend made for dinner, and there are ways to get the important information to people. Ever heard of creating a web page? People use to do that, or pay others to do so, regularly, before they needed facebook to do it for them.

    About Mr. Jones – I really like the guy and agree with him 90% of the time, especially on the Constitutional issues. I wish his voice wasn’t so far gone, that’s all. It seems like he just needs a drink of water, but he’s probably tried that.

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  36. iffen says:

    Maybe they are trying to encourage belief in the idea that there are unbelievable conspiracies.

    Somewhat similiar to the actions that the MSM seems to be using to create white nationalism.

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  37. Jake says:
    @eah
    Chris Murphy (D-CT) tweeted this:

    https://twitter.com/ChrisMurphyCT/status/1026580187784404994

    That could be Leon Trotsky talking about Kulaks tearing the USSR apart with their lies and hatreds.

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  38. Zogby says:

    This is a fault line where the the government should take criminal anti-trust action against these companies.
    First amendment proponents would have it that these corporations are private organizations, so their 1st amendent rights protect them from the government intervening. But the First amendement is there because of the recognition that the government enjoys a certain monopoly power, and it is designed to protect weak individuals from that power. When private corporations accumulate monopoly power that rivals government and use that power against the individual – the rationale of the First amendment turns upside down. It is used to protect the strong from government when the strong misuses power against the weak. It’s never been recognized that government is prohibited from acting against the strong to protect the weak simply because of the government’s own strength. If that were the case then governement would be prohibited from anything – even criminalizing murder for instance.

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    Let me start by saying the US gov't should do that whole antitrust thing and break up the big tech companies.

    That said, and purely in the interests of debating some abstract philosophical notion: is that why the First Amendment is there?

    I thought the rationale was that because citizens can't opt out of gov't, it must at least be neutral.

    Or is that not a very good reason?
    , @Anonymous
    What you may be forgetting is that Nazis don't have rights.

    And Nazis is what we call people we don't like. HTH.
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  39. I agree: we need our own institutions again. We lost ours over the course of the 20th century but we will get them back or build new ones. As that happens, both male and female conformists will adjust themselves without much drama or trauma.

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  40. Rosie says:
    @snorlax
    https://www.motherjones.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/blog_generic_support_women_republicans.jpg

    A thought experiment regarding the Woman Question:

    Suppose you’re ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don’t realize it until two hours later. Bearing in mind that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, do you turn back and take the route you originally planned, or do you plan a new route that gets you to your destination ASAP from where you are now?

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don’t get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?

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    I'm afraid I don't quite get the metaphor.
    , @International Jew

    the shortest distance between two points is a straight line
     
    That would be the governing principle if that wrong turn you took was a 180° turn. Otherwise, it's the triangle inequality that you should consider.
    , @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    A thought experiment regarding the Woman Question:

    Suppose you’re ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don’t realize it until two hours later. Bearing in mind that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, do you turn back and take the route you originally planned, or do you plan a new route that gets you to your destination ASAP from where you are now?

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don’t get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?

     

    I think I understand your point, but your analogy is inapt. In this case, "planning a new route" is analogous to making better appeals to women voters by changing one's positions. Changes in positions to appeal to women are more analogous to serially changing the destination away from the original - and this is before you account for the fact that you have someone in the car with you who wants you not to get to your original destination at all, but rather a place of his choice and is serially "outbidding" you to convince the woman to change the route in to arrive much closer to his chosen destination.
    , @Anonymous
    the sad truth is rather that even if the only way forward was to disempower women, you would still find something wrong with it because you need your power baubles
    , @Simon
    Metaphors aside, I'm fascinated by the situation. It would make more sense dramatically if you were lost in the woods without a map and had taken the wrong trail.
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  41. Issac says:

    One less civic nationalist libertarian nonsense voice in the world. Not much of a loss.

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  42. Trump ought to get off his fat Scottish/Kraut ass and start defending the people that have defended him. DAMMIT!

    The corporate media has launched an attack on Americans of European Christian ancestry and Trump does nothing but tweet some weak crap about this or that.

    Trump must declare war on the corporate propaganda outlets that have declared war on Trump’s voter base.

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    Stelter eerily resembles Pennywise the clown, how is it possible for anyone to like this clown? Everything about him is utterly repugnant.
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  43. Tiny Duck says:
    @eah
    Chris Murphy (D-CT) tweeted this:

    https://twitter.com/ChrisMurphyCT/status/1026580187784404994

    You guys are going down

    Lebron James owning fox news

    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/lebron-james-laura-ingraham-new-showtime-docu-series_us_5b694f7de4b0de86f4a4bcb7

    Trumps walk of fame star to be removed https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2018/08/06/trumps-walk-fame-star-west-hollywood-council/921300002/

    Demogaphic change continues apace

    Black Panther and Get out are BLOCKBUSTERS

    Sarah Jeong lauded by the PEOPLE

    James Gunn being reinstated

    conservatives getting kicked to the curb for their bigotry

    white women who are college educated not voting republican

    Tired of all that winning?

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    Trumps walk of fame star to be removed
     
    If you actually read that article you would realize those aren't the people who make the actual decision.

    One fun fact I did not see in the first round of Trump star vandalism press: https://deadline.com/2017/02/donald-trump-hollywood-star-walk-of-fame-vandal-sentenced-1201928273/
    is that Jamie Otis is an heir to the Otis Elevator fortune. Here he posts bail for the latest vandal: https://deadline.com/2018/08/donald-trump-hollywood-star-vandal-charges-felony-jail-time-1202441300/
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  44. @Cagey Beast
    Maybe the JQ give us the answer to life, the universe and everything? Maybe it's not the golden key that opens all doors? Ever think of that?

    Anyway, Alex Jones did give the JQ a shot more than once. Here are some cackling Brooklynites pointing out one example. Jones is such a hambone that I end up laughing along with them, even though they want to abolish us.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwQ7og7cUgo

    I try Not to be like that, but I have a suspicion the lawsuit against Alex jones by the sandy hook people may have a JQ subtext of holocaust revisionism, specifically forming legal injunctions against it. It’s about forming a precedent: these people were killed so questioning that fact is legally actionable. All mainstream historians agree on the 6 million, so now the ADL or whichever organization with ridiculously deep pockets can sue the heck out of anyone who questions it.

    Think about it: if your loved one were trajically killed, and some wacko in Connecticut or Portland or whatever we’re questioning it, you might find it bewildering or even hurtful, but you would certainly not feel the need to go on an expensive crusade to silence them, if you had nothing to gain from it, right? You would just think, well that’s their bizarro opinion, whatever they want to think…

    I see this in the context of the recent banning of all revisionist books on amazon. After twenty years of a policy of absolute first amendment style free speech, suddenly not, just on THAT issue. Suspicious, at least to me.

    I’m not taking a position on any of these issues, mind you, only pro free speech. I think the Alex jones conspiracy theorists are wackos for the most part. Why the sandy hook shooting in particular, seems like there’s a new one every week!

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  45. @eah
    The banner of the Twitter homepage of Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) looks like this:

    https://s26.postimg.cc/ujf5b0kvt/sen_murphy_CT.jpg

    One wouldn’t want to accuse him here of being overly diverse.

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  46. AndrewR says:
    @eah
    Chris Murphy (D-CT) tweeted this:

    https://twitter.com/ChrisMurphyCT/status/1026580187784404994

    Whence comes this childish fetish for “democracy” among our elites? Rule of law, protection of basic rights, high living standards, avoiding extreme economic inequality, protection of the environment: all far more important than the right of tens of millions of low-IQ and/or low-info people to go to the polls occasionally and vote for whichever candidate got the most corporate donations.

    I dislike Infowars but my objections to it have nothing to do with “protecting our democracy.” One wonders if this waste of potatoes actually buys into his own BS.

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  47. snorlax says:
    @Rosie
    A thought experiment regarding the Woman Question:

    Suppose you're ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don't realize it until two hours later. Bearing in mind that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, do you turn back and take the route you originally planned, or do you plan a new route that gets you to your destination ASAP from where you are now?

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don't get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?

    I’m afraid I don’t quite get the metaphor.

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    I’m afraid I don’t quite get the metaphor.
     
    OK I'll spell it out.

    The road trip: the history of Western Civilization

    The wrong turn: women's suffrage

    The emergency trip to the hospital: the alt-Right

    The sick little girl: White people
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  48. Neuday says:
    @Rosie
    I mentioned in another thread that blaming is no use. Here is a case in point. Causes often have causes of their own, in this case, "fellow White" control of the universities.

    Much of the purpose of elite censorship is precisely to prevent alternative media from breaking through the conditioning.

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.

    This is a classic case of bias, wherein a pre-existing suspicion of women is confirmed. One might say that this shows that women are overly susceptible to elite manipulation, but then if that's true, elites currently in power have an interest in women's empowerment.

    Right now, that's a bad thing, but nothing can be done. When we come to a point where something can be done, it will no longer need to be done. Indeed, at that point, women's empowerment will be good for Whites.

    When we come to a point where something can be done, it will no longer need to be done. Indeed, at that point, women’s empowerment will be good for Whites.

    So what you’re saying is women are an emotionally motivated and hypersensitive to social pressure, a herd animal, and it seems “college” is where this is burnished and internalized. I’d like to overlay happiness statistics over that voting-pattern chart, along with cat adoption statistics.

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    You

    So what you’re saying is women are an emotionally motivated and hypersensitive to social pressure, a herd animal, and it seems “college” is where this is burnished and internalized.
     
    Here you make the unwarranted assumption that college makes women more conformist. In fact, college is where women internalize norms. What those internalized norms will be depends entirely on who controls the institution.

    Elites certainly had no trouble manipulating French and German men into killing German men. The problem is the malicious elites, not women, and not men either.

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  49. Rosie says:
    @snorlax
    I'm afraid I don't quite get the metaphor.

    I’m afraid I don’t quite get the metaphor.

    OK I’ll spell it out.

    The road trip: the history of Western Civilization

    The wrong turn: women’s suffrage

    The emergency trip to the hospital: the alt-Right

    The sick little girl: White people

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    It doesn't matter. When a woman has political power she will be inclined to use it for sweeping disciplinary ends, by playing favorites and punishing the nonconformant. It is just a difference. She does not grok the concept of: "This person or group, whom I don't know personally, doing something somewhere I don't live, actually doesn't affect me directly so I'm not going to spend time thinking about it." Instead, the whole world is her household with many wayward children in need of being taught a lesson. Of course there is no shortage of men who will show up to carry out this jihad at her request.
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  50. Corvinus says:
    @Perry Mason is dead
    What happened to anti-trust law? Talk about collusion.

    The "Government" is spending millions chasing Russian ghosts around Washington and all the collusion that's fit to print is happening right in front of us with "American" corporations.

    “What happened to anti-trust law? Talk about collusion.”

    Jones should be able to shill his conspiracy theories on those platforms without being banned. And I wouldn’t be surprised at all that these three Titans engaged in collusion. It’s just a matter of proving it. But with your law degree, your skill and tenacity, and all of the resources at your disposal, why not offer your services to Alex?

    On the other hand, there is NO 1st Amendment violation when a private company decides to remove someone from their private platform. It’s their business. Free speech is never “free”. Remember, these companies have terms that users must abide by, so once they are in violation of said terms, however arbitrary, the person has no recourse. Remember, Jones willingly signed up. He understood the potential consequences of his actions.

    To me what is more interesting is the lawsuit against Jones by the Sandy Hook survivors. How will that all turn out?

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    The "platforms" rose to market dominance by not regulating the speech appearing on their services while gobbling up or strangling in the crib any upstart likely to challenge their position. Notably, they did this with special protections against copyright infringement claims and defamation claims as a
    "publisher" because they pretended not to exercise editorial control over what is posted.

    I'd also note that this is not really a case of the market at work - the platforms were profiting from the traffic and views generated by content produced by Jones. They didn't show that Jones hurt them financially by driving away other customers. Their decision was in spite of the market, not because of it.

    I doubt we'd abide a few companies with monopolistic control over pens, ink and paper conspiring together not to sell their products to someone who expresses opinions and theories they don't like.
    , @notanon

    the right to peaceably assemble, or to petition for a governmental redress of grievances.
     
    peaceable assembly to argue about politics needs to be extended to dominant social media platforms

    self-evidently

    the only condition should be "peaceably" (and maybe "redress of grievances" i.e. questions of policy?)
    , @Jack Hanson
    Sorry bruh, but the new rules are BAKE THE CAKE.

    The amount of rhetorical tapdancing by people like you (liars, ticket already punched for a helicopter ride) is amazing as you try to hold two competing thoughts:

    - Private companies can do what they want

    - BAKE THE CAKE

    This of course, isn't even touching the monster issue involving cartel activity by a group that owns 95% of what exists as social media, who are also trying to engage in have it both ways with "I'm just a platform/I'm just a publisher" depending on which exactly is more favorable at the time the question is being asked to avoid being regulated in some regard.

    Also if you think this ends with Infowars, oh boy you're gonna have a wake up. Remember when TDS got banned?

    , @istevefan

    On the other hand, there is NO 1st Amendment violation when a private company decides to remove someone from their private platform
     
    This is not a 1st amendment issue. It's a free speech issue. The two are not necessarily the same. The former prevents the government from limiting speech. While the latter is more reflective of the broader culture's support of free speech.

    You can have a 1st amendment. But if the culture doesn't support free speech, it won't do much good. Hence our concern is that the culture is rapidly losing support for free speech which most of us on this blog think is bad. The fact that it is not the government limiting speech probably makes it worse. As it is an indication that we have undergone a cultural change from what most of us believe is a cherished part of our history.

    It's similar to the arguments people have had here about whether the Irish, Jews and Italians were white. Time after time commenters will point out that the government obviously declared they were white because they were allowed to naturalize under the rules of the Naturalization Act of 1790 and its many successors.

    However, the naysayers continually point to Harvard putting a quota on Jews. Or some business putting out a "no dogs or Irish" sign. Or some neighborhood not allowing an Italian to move in.

    On these occasions the distinction between the government's actions and private citizens' actions don't seem to matter. Because the end result is that if one or the other puts up barriers to the aforementioned groups, they will be limited in their ability to live in America.

    Likewise, we don't give a shit whether the government or private individuals are hostile to free speech. To us both are bad because if one or the other is hostile to free speech, it is bad for free speech and is bad for our nation.

    , @donut
    For what it's worth Black Pigeon just had a post about this " private company " BS.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEYkux0YNEE
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  51. @eah
    The banner of the Twitter homepage of Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) looks like this:

    https://s26.postimg.cc/ujf5b0kvt/sen_murphy_CT.jpg

    That’s pretty sexist right there.

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    Haha. Given the legendary success of the UConn women's basketball team that is a good point. Someone should have sent that to Sen. Murphy in a reply and see how long it took him to replace Rip Hamilton and Ray Allen with Rebecca Lobo and Diana Taurasi.
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  52. Whiskey says: • Website
    @Rosie
    I mentioned in another thread that blaming is no use. Here is a case in point. Causes often have causes of their own, in this case, "fellow White" control of the universities.

    Much of the purpose of elite censorship is precisely to prevent alternative media from breaking through the conditioning.

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.

    This is a classic case of bias, wherein a pre-existing suspicion of women is confirmed. One might say that this shows that women are overly susceptible to elite manipulation, but then if that's true, elites currently in power have an interest in women's empowerment.

    Right now, that's a bad thing, but nothing can be done. When we come to a point where something can be done, it will no longer need to be done. Indeed, at that point, women's empowerment will be good for Whites.

    Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men. Always have been always will be. Women want open borders. New conqueror to eliminate the beta males. Women want gun bans. Easier for Tyrone to bash the head in of White dudes. Women love the poz and freak shows like trannies and vote for Dems in massive number s. Open borders, no ICE, anti White stuff, and gun bans are the future thanks to women.

    See Rapefugees Welcome.

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    Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men.
     
    Hi, fellow White person.
    , @Svigor
    "Jews are blameless, goy; it's your women!"

    Yeah, this'll work.
    , @notanon

    Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men.
     
    divide and rule
    , @Reg Cæsar

    Women want open borders.
     
    Today. They don't have children to protect. The first federal elections after the 19th Amendment was passed gave us the Congresses that (partially) sealed the border in the first place. Women in those days were estimated to vote up to five percentage points above men for the restrictionist party.

    Women want gun bans.
     
    Those are bad for the individual, but good when applied to the state.

    Note that only one member of Congress voted against our entry into both World Wars. Montana's greatest unappreciated gift to US politics

    ...believed that Roosevelt deliberately provoked the Japanese to attack because he wanted to bring the U.S. into the European war against Germany; she was determined not to cooperate with the president’s plan. After a 40-minute debate on the floor of the House, a roll call vote began. When her turn came, Rankin stood and said, “As a woman, I can’t go to war and I refuse to send anyone else.”

    https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/jeanette-rankin-casts-sole-vote-against-wwii

    https://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/sites/default/files/styles/article-top/public/m-8683.jpg?itok=xsd1J7LY

    I can go either way on suffrage for women-- I like the 30-year-period when states differed on this. But, come on guys, get the facts right.

    Had we only listened to this gal!

    , @Corvinus
    "Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men. Always have been always will be."

    No, that would be you, a Jew, or least so I am beaten over the head with on this fine blog.

    "Easier for Tyrone to bash the head in of White dudes. Women love the poz and freak shows like trannies and vote for Dems in massive number s. Open borders, no ICE, anti White stuff, and gun bans are the future thanks to women."

    I wouldn't believe it people like you existed until I read what you write. Then I just shake my head and say your parents really did a number on you.
    , @Anon
    Haven’t you read my White woman posts all these years? How dare you insult me by including me in your stereotype of gun banning open borders anti White liberal women.
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  53. AndrewR says:
    @Rosie
    I mentioned in another thread that blaming is no use. Here is a case in point. Causes often have causes of their own, in this case, "fellow White" control of the universities.

    Much of the purpose of elite censorship is precisely to prevent alternative media from breaking through the conditioning.

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.

    This is a classic case of bias, wherein a pre-existing suspicion of women is confirmed. One might say that this shows that women are overly susceptible to elite manipulation, but then if that's true, elites currently in power have an interest in women's empowerment.

    Right now, that's a bad thing, but nothing can be done. When we come to a point where something can be done, it will no longer need to be done. Indeed, at that point, women's empowerment will be good for Whites.

    College-educated women in general are higher-IQ and higher-info than women without a college education. If the former are using their intelligence, knowledge, sophistication and political power to harm their own men, especially their own working-class men, then what argument is there really to “empower” women?

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    College-educated women in general are higher-IQ and higher-info than women without a college education. If the former are using their intelligence, knowledge, sophistication and political power to harm their own men, especially their own working-class men, then what argument is there really to “empower” women?
     
    We're already empowered. That is a fact on the ground that you can't wish away. We are 1/3 of the total electorate, and without a large chunk of White women, if not a majority, you have no electoral power whatsoever. You'd be well-advised to bite your tongue the next few months.

    Now, if you want to "disempower" women, the burden is on you to show that such a measure is necessary for White well-being. I don't see how you can possibly make that case, unless you assume that White men would be stupid enough to cede control of higher education and the media of communications to a hostile elite ...again.
    , @Odin
    College-educated women in general are higher-IQ and higher-info than women without a college educatio

    Gryt
     
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  54. Must’ve been a great coincidence!

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  55. @Rosie
    A thought experiment regarding the Woman Question:

    Suppose you're ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don't realize it until two hours later. Bearing in mind that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, do you turn back and take the route you originally planned, or do you plan a new route that gets you to your destination ASAP from where you are now?

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don't get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?

    the shortest distance between two points is a straight line

    That would be the governing principle if that wrong turn you took was a 180° turn. Otherwise, it’s the triangle inequality that you should consider.

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  56. @Achmed E. Newman
    I had no problem just now, CK (about 1 hour after your post, but got no idea when you'll be able to read this.)

    I smell sarcasm in CK’s post.

    But I did check the link, because it’s very possible that Cloudflare might pull DDOS protection, or that whatever tech contractor hosts the infowars.com domain dumps them.

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    Right. That's what happened to Daily Stormer.

    First they deplatformed him off Twitter.
    Then Cloudflare refused to protect him anymore from DDOS.
    Then they took away his domain name.

    All the while pointing out, the people on the right who cucked and didn't defend HIS right to free speech, next they'll be coming for YOU.

    As, we're seeing with Alex Jones. First Twitter, next Cloudflare will refuse to protect, then pull his domain name.
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  57. Anne Lid says:
    @Alec Leamas
    In the long term this probably helps Jones because it reinforces his claim of conspiracies. The people who watch Jones and sincerely think he's making truthful statements about gay frogs or whatever are only going to think that his coordinated censorship grants him more legitimacy.

    The real effect of this will be pour encourager les autres. Anyone who gets too far from the approved opinions now knows that they'll get cut off, so they'll stick to the narrow space on the right of the approved narratives and opinions. You have to think about someone like Joe Rogan, who has had Jones on his podcast in the past will probably just stick to MMA and other inanities.

    Atrazine and estrogen demasculinize frogs. Given the state of popular science he was not that wrong.

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  58. AndrewR says:
    @Cagey Beast
    Ha, like Trump's "by 'why it would be the Russians' I meant 'why it wouldn't be the Russians' " I mean't to say "Maybe the JQ doesn't give us the answer to life, the universe and everything?".

    Well, many people who are ignorant of (or even actively in denial of) the JQ live long, happy, healthy lives. One could say that they collectively know something that unhappy JQ-woke people don’t know. But for those who want to understand global politics and US politics in particular, a comprehensive understanding of the JQ is essential, and people who lack it cannot really be taken seriously as allies or mentors.

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    I agree with you on this. No one will be able to figure out why our politics and society are the way they are without accounting for the Jewish x-factor. That being said, most people who discuss the JQ are monomaniacs. For them, it's not enough to say we need to know x to find y in 3 + 5 + x + y = 15, they demand that we agree that y = 0 and that even 5, and possibly 3, does as well.
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  59. @Rosie
    A thought experiment regarding the Woman Question:

    Suppose you're ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don't realize it until two hours later. Bearing in mind that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, do you turn back and take the route you originally planned, or do you plan a new route that gets you to your destination ASAP from where you are now?

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don't get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?

    A thought experiment regarding the Woman Question:

    Suppose you’re ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don’t realize it until two hours later. Bearing in mind that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, do you turn back and take the route you originally planned, or do you plan a new route that gets you to your destination ASAP from where you are now?

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don’t get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?

    I think I understand your point, but your analogy is inapt. In this case, “planning a new route” is analogous to making better appeals to women voters by changing one’s positions. Changes in positions to appeal to women are more analogous to serially changing the destination away from the original – and this is before you account for the fact that you have someone in the car with you who wants you not to get to your original destination at all, but rather a place of his choice and is serially “outbidding” you to convince the woman to change the route in to arrive much closer to his chosen destination.

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    .... you have someone in the car with you who wants you not to get to your original destination at all, but rather a place of his choice and is serially “outbidding” you to convince the woman to change the route in to arrive much closer to his chosen destination.

    Yes, the mass media and mass education system have been acting like Truman's so-called friends in The Truman Show. They never want us to leave the island. Conservatism Inc. has been like the buddy who comes by with a six-pack to talk us out of doing anything radical. This has been true for all of us, male and female. For women though it seems to have been far less benign. That's where the "gaslighting" metaphor is more apt.

    , @Stan d Mute

    Suppose you’re ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don’t realize it until two hours later.

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don’t get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?
     
    I have this feebly illuminated broad on ignore, but here’s the correct answer to her imbecilic riddle:

    I never let a woman navigate (or drive) and thus never make wrong turns that wind up being fatal to my progeny. Moreover, I don’t lose two hours to mindless chattering gossip en route. And I’m smart enough to call a damn ambulance if my kid is that sick instead of spending hours on makeup and hair before deciding to drive two hours in the opposite direction of the hospital...

    Just use your “ignore” button friend. Thank me later.
    , @Rosie

    In this case, “planning a new route” is analogous to making better appeals to women voters by changing one’s positions.
     
    If by that you mean not attacking women, then yes that's true. You can't win women over by attacking them.

    On the other hand, if you mean abandoning nationalism, then that is not true. You can sell nationalism to women without even talking about women, as Trump has proven. Trump has already mapped out the new route that I'm talking about. The fact that college-educated women don't support is unfortunate for the time being, but irrelevant in the long term.
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  60. @Achmed E. Newman
    Hey, right away! How 'bout that. Thanks, Steve, but you've gotta get some sleep sometime. Don't let those dreams of Sarah Jeong wake you up in the middle of the night, for better or for worse. She's just not worth it.

    Wait, was infowars.com down for a while?

    Honestly, I assumed you were snarking.

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    No, I was replying to CK, but never noticed whether infowars was ever down (that's, if it's nefarious, another level of software control - it's be in the control of the Internet-Naming people, to control whether www.info--- etc gets routed to the proper IP number. That's been done too, already, for political reasons - Daily Stormer, etc., from what I'd read.).

    To clear up the confusion some more, I was being snarky to Steve Sailer, as my comments usually don't get posted until sometime in the afternoon.

    Edit - read your other reply - yeah, CK may have been, as a joke on the conspiracy stuff, but it's gotten past joking now.

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  61. Politics is not a science. The astronomy is always going to be mixed up in the astrology. Some days Alex Jones produces some good astronomy but most days it’s just astrology.

    Then there’s the stuff that’s not science, it’s art:

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    He got the gay frog thing right. And that’s one of the most destructive forces in our country today, the xenoestrogens in the water. Funny, if it were testosterone poisoning our water supply, I imagine the public outcry would be immense.
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  62. AndrewR says:
    @snorlax

    He didn’t even adress the JQ but kept pretending that it was the English royal family and similar BS that ruled the world. Sort of like Jared Taylor didn’t earn anything from ducking the JQ either. SPLC/ADL still went after him no matter how much he cucked.
     
    At the "Netroots Nation" conference, NY gubernatorial candidate and Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon recently said "they'll call us socialists anyway, so why not give them the real thing?"

    She's right. Fox News et al will call them socialists anyway. Why not give them the real thing? Because socialism is a terrible and extremely destructive idea.

    The formulation "they'll call us X anyway, so we should be X" presupposes that X is in fact a good idea. You wouldn't say "they'll call us corrupt anyway, so we should be corrupt." (Although, IIRC Duterte did say something along those lines).

    She wasn’t referring to real socialism. She meant a capitalistic “social democracy” à la Suède: single-payer healthcare, a higher minimum wage, a stronger government entitlement system, etc. She was saying “let’s try to get what we really want instead of trying to avoid upsetting Republicans.”

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    She wasn’t referring to real socialism.
     
    Because she's stupid, or lying. Folle, or knavess.

    She meant a capitalistic “social democracy” à la Suède: single-payer healthcare, a higher minimum wage, a stronger government entitlement system, etc.
     
    A system favored both by Jews and those obsessed with opposing Jews. Which makes me even more suspicious than it would just by itself.
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  63. @Corvinus
    "What happened to anti-trust law? Talk about collusion."

    Jones should be able to shill his conspiracy theories on those platforms without being banned. And I wouldn't be surprised at all that these three Titans engaged in collusion. It's just a matter of proving it. But with your law degree, your skill and tenacity, and all of the resources at your disposal, why not offer your services to Alex?

    On the other hand, there is NO 1st Amendment violation when a private company decides to remove someone from their private platform. It's their business. Free speech is never "free". Remember, these companies have terms that users must abide by, so once they are in violation of said terms, however arbitrary, the person has no recourse. Remember, Jones willingly signed up. He understood the potential consequences of his actions.

    To me what is more interesting is the lawsuit against Jones by the Sandy Hook survivors. How will that all turn out?

    The “platforms” rose to market dominance by not regulating the speech appearing on their services while gobbling up or strangling in the crib any upstart likely to challenge their position. Notably, they did this with special protections against copyright infringement claims and defamation claims as a
    “publisher” because they pretended not to exercise editorial control over what is posted.

    I’d also note that this is not really a case of the market at work – the platforms were profiting from the traffic and views generated by content produced by Jones. They didn’t show that Jones hurt them financially by driving away other customers. Their decision was in spite of the market, not because of it.

    I doubt we’d abide a few companies with monopolistic control over pens, ink and paper conspiring together not to sell their products to someone who expresses opinions and theories they don’t like.

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    Very good summary squashing that whole "market" B.S. line.

    Heck, the few papers that let you post comments anymore mostly require you to sign in through FB (or Google, etc.).

    These are utility monopolies that need to be broken.
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  64. res says:
    @Tiny Duck
    You guys are going down

    Lebron James owning fox news

    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/lebron-james-laura-ingraham-new-showtime-docu-series_us_5b694f7de4b0de86f4a4bcb7

    Trumps walk of fame star to be removed https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2018/08/06/trumps-walk-fame-star-west-hollywood-council/921300002/

    Demogaphic change continues apace

    Black Panther and Get out are BLOCKBUSTERS

    Sarah Jeong lauded by the PEOPLE

    James Gunn being reinstated

    conservatives getting kicked to the curb for their bigotry

    white women who are college educated not voting republican

    Tired of all that winning?

    Trumps walk of fame star to be removed

    If you actually read that article you would realize those aren’t the people who make the actual decision.

    One fun fact I did not see in the first round of Trump star vandalism press: https://deadline.com/2017/02/donald-trump-hollywood-star-walk-of-fame-vandal-sentenced-1201928273/
    is that Jamie Otis is an heir to the Otis Elevator fortune. Here he posts bail for the latest vandal: https://deadline.com/2018/08/donald-trump-hollywood-star-vandal-charges-felony-jail-time-1202441300/

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  65. notanon says:
    @Corvinus
    "What happened to anti-trust law? Talk about collusion."

    Jones should be able to shill his conspiracy theories on those platforms without being banned. And I wouldn't be surprised at all that these three Titans engaged in collusion. It's just a matter of proving it. But with your law degree, your skill and tenacity, and all of the resources at your disposal, why not offer your services to Alex?

    On the other hand, there is NO 1st Amendment violation when a private company decides to remove someone from their private platform. It's their business. Free speech is never "free". Remember, these companies have terms that users must abide by, so once they are in violation of said terms, however arbitrary, the person has no recourse. Remember, Jones willingly signed up. He understood the potential consequences of his actions.

    To me what is more interesting is the lawsuit against Jones by the Sandy Hook survivors. How will that all turn out?

    the right to peaceably assemble, or to petition for a governmental redress of grievances.

    peaceable assembly to argue about politics needs to be extended to dominant social media platforms

    self-evidently

    the only condition should be “peaceably” (and maybe “redress of grievances” i.e. questions of policy?)

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    "peaceable assembly to argue about politics needs to be extended to dominant social media platforms"

    That would be the role of Congress to pass such legislation, but would it survive constitutional scrutiny by the Supreme Court?
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  66. @Discordiax
    Wait, was infowars.com down for a while?

    Honestly, I assumed you were snarking.

    No, I was replying to CK, but never noticed whether infowars was ever down (that’s, if it’s nefarious, another level of software control – it’s be in the control of the Internet-Naming people, to control whether http://www.info—; etc gets routed to the proper IP number. That’s been done too, already, for political reasons – Daily Stormer, etc., from what I’d read.).

    To clear up the confusion some more, I was being snarky to Steve Sailer, as my comments usually don’t get posted until sometime in the afternoon.

    Edit – read your other reply – yeah, CK may have been, as a joke on the conspiracy stuff, but it’s gotten past joking now.

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    I tagged you instead of CK.

    I still don't know if infowars was down (which is a thing that just happens sometimes in the lower-rent parts of the internet) or if CK was making the "they're so banned that they're right there" joke.
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  67. notanon says:

    on women

    if women (on average) are more likely to be easily manipulated / brain washed by a corrupt media / academia then the solution is to attack either a) women or b) the corrupt media / academia

    i’ll take a wild guess that the corrupt media / academia would prefer people choose option (a) as it would magnify divide and rule.

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  68. Chase says:
    @Corn
    Michael Tracey is one of my favorite liberals. He’s lefty through and through but hasn’t given in to Trump Derangement Syndrome or insanity in general.

    It’s easy to conflate Jews and liberals, but there is a substantial difference.

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  69. AndrewR says:
    @Alec Leamas
    In the long term this probably helps Jones because it reinforces his claim of conspiracies. The people who watch Jones and sincerely think he's making truthful statements about gay frogs or whatever are only going to think that his coordinated censorship grants him more legitimacy.

    The real effect of this will be pour encourager les autres. Anyone who gets too far from the approved opinions now knows that they'll get cut off, so they'll stick to the narrow space on the right of the approved narratives and opinions. You have to think about someone like Joe Rogan, who has had Jones on his podcast in the past will probably just stick to MMA and other inanities.

    Lol Rogan is a total cuck. He actually and unironically said “not all Trump supporters are racist but all racists are Trump supporters.” To Rogan, apparently, hatred of whites is not racism. I lost all respect for him when he said that.

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    Any WN of revolutionary bent who thinks “the sooner the better” would have far preferred Hillary to be elected for the exact same reason-ironically enough-Putin and Russia wanted Anyone Else. The election of Hillary would have made the total delegitimation of the US government, if not inevitable, much more likely than under any other imaginable candidate. And that’s the necessary condition for a revolution or implosion of state power.

    Putin knew how close the implosion of the Soviet Union came to causing nuclear mayhem.
    , @Bliss
    Whadda buncha hypocrites. If fake news is bad news (which it is) then why the hell are you all defending this bullshit artist Alex Jones?
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  70. Chase says:
    @Cagey Beast
    Dead-eyed thugs on the basketball court are what Connecticut is all about.

    Mainstream, normie White men are broken creatures. To hell with them.

    I gotta say: the Black Pill is strong in me today. Not because of what is happening to us; tribal warfare is nothing new. But the fact that a substantial percentage of my people aren’t willing to see reality for what it is is despair-inducing. Those that aren’t willing to fight don’t deserve to live.

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  71. @snorlax

    He didn’t even adress the JQ but kept pretending that it was the English royal family and similar BS that ruled the world. Sort of like Jared Taylor didn’t earn anything from ducking the JQ either. SPLC/ADL still went after him no matter how much he cucked.
     
    At the "Netroots Nation" conference, NY gubernatorial candidate and Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon recently said "they'll call us socialists anyway, so why not give them the real thing?"

    She's right. Fox News et al will call them socialists anyway. Why not give them the real thing? Because socialism is a terrible and extremely destructive idea.

    The formulation "they'll call us X anyway, so we should be X" presupposes that X is in fact a good idea. You wouldn't say "they'll call us corrupt anyway, so we should be corrupt." (Although, IIRC Duterte did say something along those lines).

    “they’ll call us X anyway, so we should be X”

    Not my argument. Though don’t let yourself completely missing the point stop you from posting irrelevant rejoinders.

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    Wasn't trying to convince you, just pointing out the flaw in your reasoning to others.
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  72. @AndrewR
    Well, many people who are ignorant of (or even actively in denial of) the JQ live long, happy, healthy lives. One could say that they collectively know something that unhappy JQ-woke people don't know. But for those who want to understand global politics and US politics in particular, a comprehensive understanding of the JQ is essential, and people who lack it cannot really be taken seriously as allies or mentors.

    I agree with you on this. No one will be able to figure out why our politics and society are the way they are without accounting for the Jewish x-factor. That being said, most people who discuss the JQ are monomaniacs. For them, it’s not enough to say we need to know x to find y in 3 + 5 + x + y = 15, they demand that we agree that y = 0 and that even 5, and possibly 3, does as well.

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    That's because only monomaniacs can generally bear the hatred and censorship that any open critic of Jewish behavior is subjected to. Even bring up the idea of Hebrew privilege or Hebrew supremacy around normies and watch how quickly you get accused of hating Jews and being a Nazi.
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  73. @Cagey Beast
    Maybe the JQ give us the answer to life, the universe and everything? Maybe it's not the golden key that opens all doors? Ever think of that?

    Anyway, Alex Jones did give the JQ a shot more than once. Here are some cackling Brooklynites pointing out one example. Jones is such a hambone that I end up laughing along with them, even though they want to abolish us.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwQ7og7cUgo

    Maybe it’s not the golden key that opens all doors? Ever think of that?

    And I have claimed that where? My point was as simple as it is direct: people who duck the issue do not escape the wrath of Jewish-led organisations like SPLC or ADL. They often do not like being called out on their cowardice and make cartoonish claims that those who insist on it being one of the issues think it is the only one. No, but it is one of the central ones.

    The reason why people like you would want to avoid it is simple: the price paid is far greater than mildly complaining about muslim immigration, which carries far lower social sanctions. Though it is of course not very flattering to think of oneself as a coward, so it is far more preferable to paint cartoonish caricatures of people who point out your spinelessness. Ever think of that? ;)

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    No, you're assuming the guy who "names the Jew" is always right and that, therefore, only a coward would refuse to agree with his claims. What if the woke n' red-pilled guy is wrong in an instance? Am I a coward for failing to agree with him? Give me a break. What if you tell me the Jews shot down two of NASA's space shuttles and caused the earthquake in Indonesia? Am I cuck and coward for doubting you?
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  74. Chase says:
    @Cagey Beast
    Politics is not a science. The astronomy is always going to be mixed up in the astrology. Some days Alex Jones produces some good astronomy but most days it's just astrology.

    Then there's the stuff that's not science, it's art:
    https://twitter.com/inihelene/status/1026593201937891335

    He got the gay frog thing right. And that’s one of the most destructive forces in our country today, the xenoestrogens in the water. Funny, if it were testosterone poisoning our water supply, I imagine the public outcry would be immense.

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  75. jJay says:

    Youtube banned Colin Flaherty a couple month ago. I might have read that here first but don’t remember who posted it. But Thanks to whoever alerted me to this. His channel was taken away along with any money he could make. At that time I looked up “Colin Flaherty” and got just one on-topic video of a black guy defending Flaherty’s ability to post on Youtube.

    There are several Colin Flaherty videos up again on Youtube, but not on a channel, of course.

    I don’t mean to compare Flaherty to Jones, but I am interested in the thought process at Youtube. Jordan Peterson has asserted the Youtube is primarily a male domain. Not sure where he gets that data but it sounds reasonable. Could be that men like watching controversial content and Youtube gets screwed if they don’t present it.

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    Truth Undeniable Truth is posting new Colin vids from Minds.com, it is getting popular again so will likely be deplatformed soon.
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  76. 1/ But not Twitter?

    2/ ‘…Apple, Facebook, and Google’s YouTube Simultaneously…’ do not ban a single Unz writer. In fact none of them plus Twitter has ever even temporarily suspended a single Unz writer.

    What does that say… about Unz.com?

    3/ I thought this place was full of high IQ genii. Why doesn’t somebody here create an alternative?

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    3/ I thought this place was full of high IQ genii. Why doesn’t somebody here create an alternative?
     
    Faceberg, Twitter, etc. are what they are because they're used by a broad swath of the population. Any new platform predicated on a commitment to free speech is going to be characterized as politically right wing and ghettoized while ABC Corp will be pressured stay away so that the platform cannot be a money-generating enterprise.
    , @Jack Hanson
    "Go build your own utilities company".

    Lol this disingenuous horseshit.
    , @Doug
    > I thought this place was full of high IQ genii. Why doesn’t somebody here create an alternative?

    Bittorrent has been delivering decentralized, ad-free, censorship-free media for nearly two decades. It's rock solid, well-proven, has extensive tooling, requires virtually no investment or overhead, and doesn't require touching anything made by Hollywood or Silicon Valley.

    Want to deliver podcasts and video without having to grovel at the feet of Zuckerberg or Tim Cook? Throw up a torrent. For $100 a month in hosting fees you can independently distribute hours of video to tens of millions of people.

    What's the problem? All but a tiny sliver of high-IQ, technically savvy, anti-estabilishment nerds are too dumb or too unmotivated to care. Even if Alex Jones' fanbase could figure out how to download a torrent, probably nobody on Alex Jones' production team is smart enough to set it up correctly.

    The Internet of the 90s was incredible because it was all libertarian maniacs, antisocial geeks, and misfit geniuses. It was as if the Wild West was settled by smartest people on the planet. Now everyone and their mother is online. The same dullards, yes-men, soccer moms, and neanderthals that ruined meatspace have made cyberspace just as intolerable.

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  77. @Rosie
    I mentioned in another thread that blaming is no use. Here is a case in point. Causes often have causes of their own, in this case, "fellow White" control of the universities.

    Much of the purpose of elite censorship is precisely to prevent alternative media from breaking through the conditioning.

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.

    This is a classic case of bias, wherein a pre-existing suspicion of women is confirmed. One might say that this shows that women are overly susceptible to elite manipulation, but then if that's true, elites currently in power have an interest in women's empowerment.

    Right now, that's a bad thing, but nothing can be done. When we come to a point where something can be done, it will no longer need to be done. Indeed, at that point, women's empowerment will be good for Whites.

    This is a classic case of bias, wherein a pre-existing suspicion of women is confirmed. One might say that this shows that women are overly susceptible to elite manipulation, but then if that’s true, elites currently in power have an interest in women’s empowerment.

    All one needs to do is watch an hour of the Today Show in the morning to see how easily self-regarded educated white women are to manipulate.

    They hop from block to block in short segments of a few minutes – lifestyle piece to lighthearted piece about a viral video of a puppy to a slanted news piece about how awful Trump is back to a lifestyle piece and so on. The message is the Nice White Ladies who love puppies and would like to lose fifteen pounds and who should make a clever turkey decoration for Thanksgiving dinner hate Trump.

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    All one needs to do is watch an hour of the Today Show in the morning to see how easily self-regarded educated white women are to manipulate.
     
    If the MSM wasn't in the hands of a hostile elite, it wouldn't matter.

    Come to think of it, this whole conversation demonstrates how easy it is to manipulate educated men.

    "Attack your own women, goy. They're your real enemy."
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  78. Tex says:
    @eah
    Chris Murphy (D-CT) tweeted this:

    https://twitter.com/ChrisMurphyCT/status/1026580187784404994

    Murphy has absolutely got his finger on the pulse of current year. The survival of democracy demands big corporations suppress dissent.

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  79. @anony-mouse
    1/ But not Twitter?

    2/ '...Apple, Facebook, and Google's YouTube Simultaneously...' do not ban a single Unz writer. In fact none of them plus Twitter has ever even temporarily suspended a single Unz writer.

    What does that say... about Unz.com?

    3/ I thought this place was full of high IQ genii. Why doesn't somebody here create an alternative?

    3/ I thought this place was full of high IQ genii. Why doesn’t somebody here create an alternative?

    Faceberg, Twitter, etc. are what they are because they’re used by a broad swath of the population. Any new platform predicated on a commitment to free speech is going to be characterized as politically right wing and ghettoized while ABC Corp will be pressured stay away so that the platform cannot be a money-generating enterprise.

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  80. @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    A thought experiment regarding the Woman Question:

    Suppose you’re ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don’t realize it until two hours later. Bearing in mind that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, do you turn back and take the route you originally planned, or do you plan a new route that gets you to your destination ASAP from where you are now?

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don’t get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?

     

    I think I understand your point, but your analogy is inapt. In this case, "planning a new route" is analogous to making better appeals to women voters by changing one's positions. Changes in positions to appeal to women are more analogous to serially changing the destination away from the original - and this is before you account for the fact that you have someone in the car with you who wants you not to get to your original destination at all, but rather a place of his choice and is serially "outbidding" you to convince the woman to change the route in to arrive much closer to his chosen destination.

    …. you have someone in the car with you who wants you not to get to your original destination at all, but rather a place of his choice and is serially “outbidding” you to convince the woman to change the route in to arrive much closer to his chosen destination.

    Yes, the mass media and mass education system have been acting like Truman’s so-called friends in The Truman Show. They never want us to leave the island. Conservatism Inc. has been like the buddy who comes by with a six-pack to talk us out of doing anything radical. This has been true for all of us, male and female. For women though it seems to have been far less benign. That’s where the “gaslighting” metaphor is more apt.

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  81. Brabantian says: • Website

    Funny photo piece arguing that ‘Alex Jones’ … Is really comedian Bill Hicks – William Melvin Hicks – who supposedly died in 1994 at age 33 of cancer, said to be a ‘pseudocide’

    Elizabeth Greenwood has written a book, ‘Playing Dead – A Journey through the World of Death Fraud’, suggesting this is doable and not as uncommon as one might think

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  82. @Cagey Beast
    Dead-eyed thugs on the basketball court are what Connecticut is all about.

    Mainstream, normie White men are broken creatures. To hell with them.

    Dead-eyed thugs on the basketball court are what Connecticut is all about.

    The direction of Literally Evolution is for the apex university sports teams to eventually be filled by sons of athletes and of functional families; foreigners and immigrants; and players who attended private schools with elite sports programs (where the same dynamic applies). Social and reproductive sorting makes the process multigenerational and self reinforcing. Thugs are more for arriviste teams trying to climb the rankings by taking gambles.

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  83. @Corvinus
    "What happened to anti-trust law? Talk about collusion."

    Jones should be able to shill his conspiracy theories on those platforms without being banned. And I wouldn't be surprised at all that these three Titans engaged in collusion. It's just a matter of proving it. But with your law degree, your skill and tenacity, and all of the resources at your disposal, why not offer your services to Alex?

    On the other hand, there is NO 1st Amendment violation when a private company decides to remove someone from their private platform. It's their business. Free speech is never "free". Remember, these companies have terms that users must abide by, so once they are in violation of said terms, however arbitrary, the person has no recourse. Remember, Jones willingly signed up. He understood the potential consequences of his actions.

    To me what is more interesting is the lawsuit against Jones by the Sandy Hook survivors. How will that all turn out?

    Sorry bruh, but the new rules are BAKE THE CAKE.

    The amount of rhetorical tapdancing by people like you (liars, ticket already punched for a helicopter ride) is amazing as you try to hold two competing thoughts:

    - Private companies can do what they want

    - BAKE THE CAKE

    This of course, isn’t even touching the monster issue involving cartel activity by a group that owns 95% of what exists as social media, who are also trying to engage in have it both ways with “I’m just a platform/I’m just a publisher” depending on which exactly is more favorable at the time the question is being asked to avoid being regulated in some regard.

    Also if you think this ends with Infowars, oh boy you’re gonna have a wake up. Remember when TDS got banned?

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    "Sorry bruh, but the new rules are BAKE THE CAKE."

    The only thing baked is you.

    "The amount of rhetorical tapdancing by people like you (liars, ticket already punched for a helicopter ride) is amazing as you try to hold two competing thoughts:"

    First, you are offering a strawman here. Second, both situation is markedly different. The "bake the cake" case involved freedom of religion. The "private companies" situation involves the First and Fourteenth Amendment, as well anti-monopoly laws. Third, the only helicopter ride is the one you are taking as the FBI scoops you up and whisks you away to Bellevue Hospital. You do realize that this agency, compliments of the social media giants, monitors your every move, with such wisecracks being taken to be a direct threat on our liberty, right? I would be very concerned if I were you whenever you go outside.
    , @Chief Seattle
    Have to agree with this. It's a who/whom world now. The other side picks up the ball whenever they want while the "impartial" referees look the other way. But we pretend we're still playing soccer anyway and maybe we're only losing because we're old and slow. Forget that. BAKE THE CAKE is the new mantra and it's going to have to stay that way until we can hire back some fair referees.

    And I say that as an autistic libertarian.

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  84. @anony-mouse
    1/ But not Twitter?

    2/ '...Apple, Facebook, and Google's YouTube Simultaneously...' do not ban a single Unz writer. In fact none of them plus Twitter has ever even temporarily suspended a single Unz writer.

    What does that say... about Unz.com?

    3/ I thought this place was full of high IQ genii. Why doesn't somebody here create an alternative?

    “Go build your own utilities company”.

    Lol this disingenuous horseshit.

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  85. Lot says:

    How about some good news? Miller leading an effort that could slash citizenship grants by more than half by expanding the list of government welfare benefits that disqualify naturalization.

    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/immigration/now-trump-administration-wants-limit-citizenship-legal-immigrants-n897931

    Might be called the “Anti Life of Julia” rule.

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    Might be called the “Anti Life of Julia” rule.
     
    That picture might be called "Reservoir Dogs".

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azwAJYpnKzQ
    , @Lot
    Been thinking about this more, this could be the single most significant news on immigration in Trump's entire first term with the exception of killing the DACA amnesty.

    1. Congress doesn't have to approve, so it can actually happen.

    2. Virtually no economic migrants could become citizens since nearly all will have used at least 1 government benefit such as Medicaid or an Obamacare subsidy.

    3. Fewer third-world origin citizens means fewer Dem voters and fewer chain migration legal immigrants.

    4. A fair number of third world origin citizens are born to US citizens abroad. To take one common example, Ahmed the American who became a citizen from a W-Era refugee or visa lottery meets Betty Burkha online in Pakistan, marries her there, and knocks her up. Under Miller's proposal, Baby Burkha is not a US citizen because refugees like Ahmed almost all use welfare and would be barred from naturalization.

    5. This rule actually favors non-welfare using immigrants by knocking the welfare immigrants out of the naturalization line and subsequent chain migration waiting list. So high income immigrants who also don't lie about their income for the bennies win too entirely at the expense of the welfare migrants.

    , @Rosie
    /ourjew/
    , @Perspective
    This is excellent news. Border enforcement combined with restrictions and greater scrutiny on legal immigration will significantly slow the pace of demographic change. The Washington Post recently projected that this will delay minorities becoming the majority by 5 years, I think it could be delayed indefinitely. Under the new immigration system there will not be enough Latin Americans and Caribbeans coming in to increase their percentage. With the decline in Hispanic birth rates, it's possible they could actually decline in areas that see a sharp drop in immigration.
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  86. Apple could be used as a ‘bargaining chip’ in the trade war, Chinese state media warns

    https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/07/apple-china-us-trade-war-bargaining-chip.html

    I’m sure Trump must be thinking, “Oh no, anything but that! What if they go after all the other Silicon Valley companies??”

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    "China doesn't want to close its doors to Apple despite the trade conflict, but if the U.S. company wants to earn good money in China, its needs to share its development dividends with the Chinese people."

    It's unclear how the publication thinks Apple should share its profits with Chinese citizens.
     
    It's unclear why CNBC thinks "development dividends" refers to profits.

    With trade secrets they can make their own profit. With national security secrets, they can do so much more.
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  87. Anon[393] • Disclaimer says:
    @Zogby
    This is a fault line where the the government should take criminal anti-trust action against these companies.
    First amendment proponents would have it that these corporations are private organizations, so their 1st amendent rights protect them from the government intervening. But the First amendement is there because of the recognition that the government enjoys a certain monopoly power, and it is designed to protect weak individuals from that power. When private corporations accumulate monopoly power that rivals government and use that power against the individual - the rationale of the First amendment turns upside down. It is used to protect the strong from government when the strong misuses power against the weak. It's never been recognized that government is prohibited from acting against the strong to protect the weak simply because of the government's own strength. If that were the case then governement would be prohibited from anything - even criminalizing murder for instance.

    Let me start by saying the US gov’t should do that whole antitrust thing and break up the big tech companies.

    That said, and purely in the interests of debating some abstract philosophical notion: is that why the First Amendment is there?

    I thought the rationale was that because citizens can’t opt out of gov’t, it must at least be neutral.

    Or is that not a very good reason?

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    I thought the rationale was that because citizens can’t opt out of gov’t, it must at least be neutral
     
    The government is never neutral because it’s run by partisans who obtained political power via election. Once obtained the power is used to further the causes desired by the winning partisans. When President Trump wants a war on MS13 that’s not neutral. When Jeff Sessions wants a war on opoids that’s not neutral. (I don’t mean to pick on them just giving recent examples.) The first amendment prohibits government from silencing dissent to its policies expressed as speech. Why is government able to silence dissent? Because it asserts a monopoly on violence and can use that violence to silence dissenters.
    , @J.Ross
    You're totally right, they're massively overdue for antitrust action. Separate from their objective market control it's an existential issue for us because they're censorious hard-left progressives with no pretense of fairness. But we will hear nothing from the Congress for the same reason that they babble about Russia instead of talking about China or Israel.
    , @Ben tillman
    It needs to be said from time to time: A TV camera is not a press. It is rumored to be 1000 times as powerful.
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  88. If I hadn’t heard that conspiracies were impossible, I’d theorize that Apple, Facebook, and Google conspired together against him.

    Facebook.
    Apple.
    Google.

    Cue Country Joe:

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    Facebook.
    Apple.
    Google.
     
    He was also banned by Spotify, which completes the sentence:

    Alex Jones banned by FAGS.

    Now it all makes sense.

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  89. Anon[132] • Disclaimer says:

    Jones is blaming the Chinese. Yes, Jews are that powerful that even when they ban you, you can’t name them.

    Deep State can’t admit that American patriots elected Trump. So, they say ‘Russia’ did it. ‘Russia’ is codeword for American patriots. It is used to smear American patriotism as alien and unpatriotic.

    But patriots like Jones can’t say that Jews banned him. Jews are too powerful and he is afraid. So, he blames ‘China’. When patriots like Coulter and Jones and Carlson blame ‘China’, it is codeword of ‘we go with yellow peril as safe alternative to naming the real power .’

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    LOL I lost all respect for Alex Jones for using China as a red herring. At least have the balls to hit out at those who really control the media in America.

    I could never listen to Alex Jones. He always sounds half crazed to me with all his angry rants. But I still think it's wrong to censor him. I hope he sues Google, Facebook and Apple. This is one case that could go all the way to the Supreme Court.

    , @Anonymous
    Isn't Jones married to a Jewish woman?
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  90. @candid_observer
    Apple could be used as a 'bargaining chip' in the trade war, Chinese state media warns
    https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/07/apple-china-us-trade-war-bargaining-chip.html

    I'm sure Trump must be thinking, "Oh no, anything but that! What if they go after all the other Silicon Valley companies??"

    “China doesn’t want to close its doors to Apple despite the trade conflict, but if the U.S. company wants to earn good money in China, its needs to share its development dividends with the Chinese people.”

    It’s unclear how the publication thinks Apple should share its profits with Chinese citizens.

    It’s unclear why CNBC thinks “development dividends” refers to profits.

    With trade secrets they can make their own profit. With national security secrets, they can do so much more.

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  91. CK says:
    @Achmed E. Newman
    I had no problem just now, CK (about 1 hour after your post, but got no idea when you'll be able to read this.)

    I forgot the sarcasm widget in my post.

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    Got it, as now I really get your point. It ain't that hard to type in a URL, if you have not done the simpler thing and bookmarked it. However, the next step is getting the people who control internet naming involved or the DNS servers. The first means taking his registered URL away. The second means making the URL not resolve to whatever IP numbers Infowars and Prison Plnet are on. Alex would be wise to publish his IP number far and wide, right now.

    As to your point, I've got a post almost finished that I don't want to publish in a hurry right now. It'll be up tonight, and it will name the users of software, apps and the social media as partly responsible for this monopoly power of google/youtube, facebook, windows, etc. People don't want to try any alternates out of laziness and ignorance. Karma can happen on a large scale, I suppose.
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  92. @Lot
    How about some good news? Miller leading an effort that could slash citizenship grants by more than half by expanding the list of government welfare benefits that disqualify naturalization.

    https://media1.s-nbcnews.com/j/newscms/2018_32/2521646/180806-stephen-miller-mn-1400_7fe28788ed80f13f8a12fbdf747490f6.fit-760w.jpg

    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/immigration/now-trump-administration-wants-limit-citizenship-legal-immigrants-n897931

    Might be called the "Anti Life of Julia" rule.

    Might be called the “Anti Life of Julia” rule.

    That picture might be called “Reservoir Dogs”.

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    Yeah, he may be the best person in the admin but he's really got that 'sleazy coke dealer' affect going on. Not sure what can be done about that.
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  93. Altai says:

    OT: Here is John Hamm to teach us about ‘white thoughts’ (Ie, white self-interest or opinions/perspectives.) It’s worse than you’re imagining I can guarantee. Also white people don’t exist but fuck those ‘people who think they’re white’ like Americans with Irish and Scandinavian ancestry…

    I’m confused why Germans aren’t mentioned since they’re the largest European ethnicity in the US. I suppose it’s part of American media’s general denial of it’s German heritage post WWII despite German surnames being inescapable in the US, like say John Hamm. And why ‘Scandinavians’ are all just one group by the same logic? And what about Anglo Americans?

    This is pure Sailer bait, if the coalition of the fringes isn’t yet strong enough on it’s own perhaps the core can be broken up some more. You have no legitimate collective or ethnic interests white people, also if you did, you don’t exist!

    They’ve been banging on about ‘white people’ longer than there has been a proper sense of ‘whiteness’ (Perhaps a key part in bringing it about) in the US. At the end of the day god is dead so religion isn’t a barrier to socialisation or intermarriage and there just hasn’t been so much immigration of white people to the US. If you see a white person in the US the overwhelming chances are they are American. (Unless they are a Tracksuit-American but their numbers are pretty small)

    The video is also disingenuous inasmuch as the same people would deny Italy or Ireland or Sweden the right to protect the territorial space for the expression of their own people and cultures the video seems to think are so special and interesting. I have a deep suspicion they’d claim ethnic Irish people don’t exist in Ireland but that ‘Irish-American’ is a hereditary condition.

    It’s actually something that struck me as funny, Americans always find foreign white people so interesting despite because it’s the only Western country with high immigration with so few white immigrants.

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    Watched it twice and still not sure if meta-trolling. The solution to whiteness is to put on blackface and culturally appropriate black dance moves?
    , @Anonymous
    Not watching but remember Jon Hamm got famous by trashing white people along with his marionette operator Matthew Weiner.

    This is the principal purpose of actors and actresses in today's world.
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  95. @snorlax
    https://www.motherjones.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/blog_generic_support_women_republicans.jpg

    They’ve got some money in their pocketbooks and are on the market for some status.

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  96. Anonymous[204] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosie
    I mentioned in another thread that blaming is no use. Here is a case in point. Causes often have causes of their own, in this case, "fellow White" control of the universities.

    Much of the purpose of elite censorship is precisely to prevent alternative media from breaking through the conditioning.

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.

    This is a classic case of bias, wherein a pre-existing suspicion of women is confirmed. One might say that this shows that women are overly susceptible to elite manipulation, but then if that's true, elites currently in power have an interest in women's empowerment.

    Right now, that's a bad thing, but nothing can be done. When we come to a point where something can be done, it will no longer need to be done. Indeed, at that point, women's empowerment will be good for Whites.

    Quite nonsensical. Literally shows the opposite argument: empowering White women makes life worse for White men. Completely disempowered women would be incapable of doing any of this – basic logic.

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    Quite nonsensical. Literally shows the opposite argument: empowering White women makes life worse for White men. Completely disempowered women would be incapable of doing any of this – basic logic.
     
    Disempowered men would have been incapable of launching two fratricidal World Wars that killed our husbands, sons, and brothers by the tens of millions. Therefore, empowered men make life worse for White women.

    This is nothing but a distraction. You can't disenfranchise women until you don't need to disenfranchise women.
    , @L Woods
    The entire argument is specious and moot. Female empowerment is not objectionable merely for what it does, but for what it is. Tying a man’s fortunes and social standing to the whims and feelings of humanity’s intellectually and morally inferior half is intrinsically repellent.
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  97. Anonymous[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosie

    I’m afraid I don’t quite get the metaphor.
     
    OK I'll spell it out.

    The road trip: the history of Western Civilization

    The wrong turn: women's suffrage

    The emergency trip to the hospital: the alt-Right

    The sick little girl: White people

    It doesn’t matter. When a woman has political power she will be inclined to use it for sweeping disciplinary ends, by playing favorites and punishing the nonconformant. It is just a difference. She does not grok the concept of: “This person or group, whom I don’t know personally, doing something somewhere I don’t live, actually doesn’t affect me directly so I’m not going to spend time thinking about it.” Instead, the whole world is her household with many wayward children in need of being taught a lesson. Of course there is no shortage of men who will show up to carry out this jihad at her request.

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    It doesn’t matter. When a woman has political power she will be inclined to use it for sweeping disciplinary ends, by playing favorites and punishing the nonconformant. It is just a difference. She does not grok the concept of: “This person or group, whom I don’t know personally, doing something somewhere I don’t live, actually doesn’t affect me directly so I’m not going to spend time thinking about it.” Instead, the whole world is her household with many wayward children in need of being taught a lesson. Of course there is no shortage of men who will show up to carry out this jihad at her request.
     
    I think you are confusing ordinary women with the (((paid))) activists of organized feminism.
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  98. Svigor says:

    Conspiracies are impossible, goy. P.S., American society is ruled by a conspiracy of White Privilege and Supremacy that oppresses NAMs and is responsible for all their failures.

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  99. Svigor says:
    @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/ChrisMurphyCT/status/1026580187784404994

    https://twitter.com/notjessewalker/status/1026490336535879681

    https://reason.com/blog/2018/07/31/democrats-tech-policy-plans-leaked

    Democrats’ plan to “regulate” social media is actually a plan to doxx America.

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  100. Now you see why the firearms people have started full30.com to aggregate content and to establish other platforms:

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    That was good , only 2,500 views though . Sad .
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  101. Svigor says:
    @Rosie
    I mentioned in another thread that blaming is no use. Here is a case in point. Causes often have causes of their own, in this case, "fellow White" control of the universities.

    Much of the purpose of elite censorship is precisely to prevent alternative media from breaking through the conditioning.

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.

    This is a classic case of bias, wherein a pre-existing suspicion of women is confirmed. One might say that this shows that women are overly susceptible to elite manipulation, but then if that's true, elites currently in power have an interest in women's empowerment.

    Right now, that's a bad thing, but nothing can be done. When we come to a point where something can be done, it will no longer need to be done. Indeed, at that point, women's empowerment will be good for Whites.

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.

    Utilitarianism is no defense?

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    Utilitarianism is no defense?
     
    Only if you're Bentham or Mill.
    , @Rosie

    Utilitarianism is no defense?
     
    Sure it's a defense, but the burden is on you to prove that disenfranchisement of women, all things considered and carefully balanced, is utilitarian.
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  102. snorlax says:
    @Thulean Friend

    “they’ll call us X anyway, so we should be X”
     
    Not my argument. Though don't let yourself completely missing the point stop you from posting irrelevant rejoinders.

    Wasn’t trying to convince you, just pointing out the flaw in your reasoning to others.

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    Not my argument. Though don’t let yourself completely missing the point stop you from posting irrelevant rejoinders.
     
    Wasn’t trying to convince you, just pointing out the flaw in your reasoning to others.
     
    He literally was not making that argument, yet you still insist on pretending that he was.
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  103. anon[322] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    Jones is blaming the Chinese. Yes, Jews are that powerful that even when they ban you, you can't name them.

    Deep State can't admit that American patriots elected Trump. So, they say 'Russia' did it. 'Russia' is codeword for American patriots. It is used to smear American patriotism as alien and unpatriotic.

    But patriots like Jones can't say that Jews banned him. Jews are too powerful and he is afraid. So, he blames 'China'. When patriots like Coulter and Jones and Carlson blame 'China', it is codeword of 'we go with yellow peril as safe alternative to naming the real power .'

    LOL I lost all respect for Alex Jones for using China as a red herring. At least have the balls to hit out at those who really control the media in America.

    I could never listen to Alex Jones. He always sounds half crazed to me with all his angry rants. But I still think it’s wrong to censor him. I hope he sues Google, Facebook and Apple. This is one case that could go all the way to the Supreme Court.

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  104. AndrewR says:
    @Cagey Beast
    I agree with you on this. No one will be able to figure out why our politics and society are the way they are without accounting for the Jewish x-factor. That being said, most people who discuss the JQ are monomaniacs. For them, it's not enough to say we need to know x to find y in 3 + 5 + x + y = 15, they demand that we agree that y = 0 and that even 5, and possibly 3, does as well.

    That’s because only monomaniacs can generally bear the hatred and censorship that any open critic of Jewish behavior is subjected to. Even bring up the idea of Hebrew privilege or Hebrew supremacy around normies and watch how quickly you get accused of hating Jews and being a Nazi.

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  105. Pat Boyle says:

    I never believed in any of the Kennedy Assassination conspiracy theories. I bought the Warren Commission “lone gunman” theory. I just couldn’t believe that the FBI and/or the CIA were part of a plot.

    But lately it has been shown, with little room for doubt, that the FBI has been captured by the Democrat party. Several FBI agents and Obama functionaries have been caught plotting against Trump. So I have taken some time to reexamine November 1963 in Dallas.

    I just read Roger Stone’s book. Strozck and Page are FBI conspirators. That’s clear. It’s now easy to believe in other conspirators.

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    It's more useful to think of them as partisans than as holders of the offices that they clearly don't care about, just like how Rumsfeld and Cheney would "alternate" positions in different administrations but clearly pursue similar ideological goals. Obama-appointed bureaucrats have activated as a seditious rebel clique, and are available for every news, TV and print media opportunity to pretend to be trashing the current administration from an objective and authoritative position.
    That simple lie you were insulted with much earlier --

    "17 agencies, representing the entire intelligence gathering and analyzing capability of the United States government, found that Trump colluded with Russia"
     
    -- actually turns out to be

    "four (4) Obama-appointed bureaucrats who hate Trump agree that a Clinton campaign authored report, not an alphabet agency intelligence assessment, looks credible to them."
     
    This is not considered to be a "lie" by the mainstream media. Therefore apply that math to your former lovers.
    There's an argument that Strzok is CIA and Page, rather than being his lover, was his FBI handler. Strzok has a very unique background and is involved in a number of foreign policy things.
    There is a certain amount of anonymous griping from real spies about the ignorant nobodies and campaign donors who find themselves pretending to run our alphabet agencies. It's not weaponizable for several reasons:
    >it's anonymous, which lowers potential users to the spectacularly speculative level of NPR breathlessly speculating about the speculations of "sources familiar with his thinking."
    >it's sparse, because no matter how dumb your boss is, true professionals do not complain to outsiders the way the remnants of the Obama regime have been doing.
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  106. Anonymous[164] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosie
    A thought experiment regarding the Woman Question:

    Suppose you're ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don't realize it until two hours later. Bearing in mind that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, do you turn back and take the route you originally planned, or do you plan a new route that gets you to your destination ASAP from where you are now?

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don't get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?

    the sad truth is rather that even if the only way forward was to disempower women, you would still find something wrong with it because you need your power baubles

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  107. Rosie says:
    @Whiskey
    Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men. Always have been always will be. Women want open borders. New conqueror to eliminate the beta males. Women want gun bans. Easier for Tyrone to bash the head in of White dudes. Women love the poz and freak shows like trannies and vote for Dems in massive number s. Open borders, no ICE, anti White stuff, and gun bans are the future thanks to women.

    See Rapefugees Welcome.

    Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men.

    Hi, fellow White person.

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  108. Brady says:
    @Rosie
    I mentioned in another thread that blaming is no use. Here is a case in point. Causes often have causes of their own, in this case, "fellow White" control of the universities.

    Much of the purpose of elite censorship is precisely to prevent alternative media from breaking through the conditioning.

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.

    This is a classic case of bias, wherein a pre-existing suspicion of women is confirmed. One might say that this shows that women are overly susceptible to elite manipulation, but then if that's true, elites currently in power have an interest in women's empowerment.

    Right now, that's a bad thing, but nothing can be done. When we come to a point where something can be done, it will no longer need to be done. Indeed, at that point, women's empowerment will be good for Whites.

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.

    Women as a group do not make informed choices. They make emotional choices and rationalize them later. This is referred to as “intuition”. It is why the 19th amendment immediately and permanently shifted politics to the left, no propaganda required.

    Cue the “but what about meeeeee” screeching. Yes, we know, many men make uninformed choices, and not all women do. We’re talking about group traits here, not individual snowflakes.

    “The alt-right” isn’t some magic spell that will make college-educated white women stop selling out their country for status and gibs. The alt-right isn’t even a coherent movement or policy position, much less a fixed path from point A to point B, but if we can infer any common beliefs among the alt-right, disenfranchisement would probably be high on the list. And I must say, I find it funny that an apparently female commenter is trying to argue against stone cold facts with an imaginary emotional metaphor; it’s either pitch-perfect trolling or epic irony.

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    Women do what men tell them. The problem is that your lecherous Uncle Sam is telling them that they can have a government job with decent pay and little responsibility or if that's not their thing, they can have an apt., health insurance and GBI if they produce a bastard child. If they make a mistake and get married before having a child they can divorce their husband without cause and force him to cut her a check every week.
    , @Rosie

    Women as a group do not make informed choices. They make emotional choices and rationalize them later. This is referred to as “intuition”.
     
    Evidence?

    It is why the 19th amendment immediately and permanently shifted politics to the left, no propaganda required.
     
    This is true, but so what? As I have said elsewhere, I do believe women support the social safety net. You can't have a strong nation-state without one.

    Any Left-turn on immigration is not due to women's nature but propaganda. Women can't stand immigrants. As you can see on the chart below, something like four times as many White women say immigration makes their life worse as the number that says immigration makes their life better.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DfBdFnSUwAAGFXG?format=jpg


    Cue the “but what about meeeeee” screeching. Yes, we know, many men make uninformed choices, and not all women do. We’re talking about group traits here, not individual snowflakes.
     
    You will never, ever hear me grovel for validation by throwing other women under the bus.

    “The alt-right” isn’t some magic spell that will make college-educated white women stop selling out their country for status and gibs.
     
    This is nonsense right on its face. If status is conditioned on patriotism rather than cosmopolitanism, why wouldn't women's behavior change accordingly?

    Just look at the way men sell out the country in pursuit of the Almighty Dollar. That is an incentive we need to change. Status for men shouldn't be determined by the size of their houses, boats, and cars, but by the size of the native White workforce they employ.

    As far as gibs go, a social safety net only works precisely if you don't sell out your country. To the extent women are particularly in need of a social safety net, in saner times, they would be expected to be particularly protective of national borders and identity. There's only one kind of socialism that works: national socialism.

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  109. anon[322] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    If I hadn’t heard that conspiracies were impossible, I’d theorize that Apple, Facebook, and Google conspired together against him.
     
    Facebook.
    Apple.
    Google.

    Cue Country Joe:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_n7mW9Japw

    Facebook.
    Apple.
    Google.

    He was also banned by Spotify, which completes the sentence:

    Alex Jones banned by FAGS.

    Now it all makes sense.

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    !
    , @Steve Sailer
    Thanks, I'll use that.
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  110. @Thulean Friend

    Maybe it’s not the golden key that opens all doors? Ever think of that?
     
    And I have claimed that where? My point was as simple as it is direct: people who duck the issue do not escape the wrath of Jewish-led organisations like SPLC or ADL. They often do not like being called out on their cowardice and make cartoonish claims that those who insist on it being one of the issues think it is the only one. No, but it is one of the central ones.

    The reason why people like you would want to avoid it is simple: the price paid is far greater than mildly complaining about muslim immigration, which carries far lower social sanctions. Though it is of course not very flattering to think of oneself as a coward, so it is far more preferable to paint cartoonish caricatures of people who point out your spinelessness. Ever think of that? ;)

    No, you’re assuming the guy who “names the Jew” is always right and that, therefore, only a coward would refuse to agree with his claims. What if the woke n’ red-pilled guy is wrong in an instance? Am I a coward for failing to agree with him? Give me a break. What if you tell me the Jews shot down two of NASA’s space shuttles and caused the earthquake in Indonesia? Am I cuck and coward for doubting you?

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  111. Svigor says:

    Keep in mind that regimes as slick as this one don’t crack down out of supreme confidence. They crack down when something has them scared shitless. Trumpism and the altright have them scared shitless. The slow-moving battle we’re fighting right now is the war itself, like Stalingrad. We win this and we break through their lines and start gobbling up territory. The regime is exposing their hand and cracking down because they know this.

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    I think it's likely important to offer a safe path of retreat to the elite. Our backs are against the wall, we don't want them to feel that way.

    I am somewhat surprised that they haven't implemented a false flag operation to create the problem for Problem Reaction Solution. This Alex Jones thing seems like a trial balloon.
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  112. Svigor says:
    @Whiskey
    Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men. Always have been always will be. Women want open borders. New conqueror to eliminate the beta males. Women want gun bans. Easier for Tyrone to bash the head in of White dudes. Women love the poz and freak shows like trannies and vote for Dems in massive number s. Open borders, no ICE, anti White stuff, and gun bans are the future thanks to women.

    See Rapefugees Welcome.

    “Jews are blameless, goy; it’s your women!”

    Yeah, this’ll work.

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  113. Rosie says:
    @Anonymous
    Quite nonsensical. Literally shows the opposite argument: empowering White women makes life worse for White men. Completely disempowered women would be incapable of doing any of this - basic logic.

    Quite nonsensical. Literally shows the opposite argument: empowering White women makes life worse for White men. Completely disempowered women would be incapable of doing any of this – basic logic.

    Disempowered men would have been incapable of launching two fratricidal World Wars that killed our husbands, sons, and brothers by the tens of millions. Therefore, empowered men make life worse for White women.

    This is nothing but a distraction. You can’t disenfranchise women until you don’t need to disenfranchise women.

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    You can’t disenfranchise women until you don’t need to disenfranchise women.
     
    True.
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  114. Zogby says:
    @Anon
    Let me start by saying the US gov't should do that whole antitrust thing and break up the big tech companies.

    That said, and purely in the interests of debating some abstract philosophical notion: is that why the First Amendment is there?

    I thought the rationale was that because citizens can't opt out of gov't, it must at least be neutral.

    Or is that not a very good reason?

    I thought the rationale was that because citizens can’t opt out of gov’t, it must at least be neutral

    The government is never neutral because it’s run by partisans who obtained political power via election. Once obtained the power is used to further the causes desired by the winning partisans. When President Trump wants a war on MS13 that’s not neutral. When Jeff Sessions wants a war on opoids that’s not neutral. (I don’t mean to pick on them just giving recent examples.) The first amendment prohibits government from silencing dissent to its policies expressed as speech. Why is government able to silence dissent? Because it asserts a monopoly on violence and can use that violence to silence dissenters.

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  115. Rosie says:
    @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    This is a classic case of bias, wherein a pre-existing suspicion of women is confirmed. One might say that this shows that women are overly susceptible to elite manipulation, but then if that’s true, elites currently in power have an interest in women’s empowerment.
     
    All one needs to do is watch an hour of the Today Show in the morning to see how easily self-regarded educated white women are to manipulate.

    They hop from block to block in short segments of a few minutes - lifestyle piece to lighthearted piece about a viral video of a puppy to a slanted news piece about how awful Trump is back to a lifestyle piece and so on. The message is the Nice White Ladies who love puppies and would like to lose fifteen pounds and who should make a clever turkey decoration for Thanksgiving dinner hate Trump.

    All one needs to do is watch an hour of the Today Show in the morning to see how easily self-regarded educated white women are to manipulate.

    If the MSM wasn’t in the hands of a hostile elite, it wouldn’t matter.

    Come to think of it, this whole conversation demonstrates how easy it is to manipulate educated men.

    “Attack your own women, goy. They’re your real enemy.”

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    “Attack your own women, goy. They’re your real enemy.”
     
    Your defense of women isn't a very good one (at least it wasn't in the stuff I skimmed, which admittedly wasn't much. I don't mean that in a dismissive way - I'm just not very interested in the topic ATM), because the fact is the female vote is deleterious, and always has been.

    But you're very much on point with this.


    Come to think of it, this whole conversation demonstrates how easy it is to manipulate educated men.
     
    A Hell of a lot of white men will throw anyone, I mean anyone under the bus before they'll throw the Jews under it. It's just cowardice, compliance, and conformity - nothing mysterious about it. Playing on this is Whiskey's (Neocon, New York) schtick.
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  116. Svigor says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Remember that libertarians will autistically insist that only the state can suppress speech.
     
    Some might have said that, but I think you're confused on their point that only the state (really, just the US Feral Gov't) is NOT allowed to suppress free speech, per Constitutional Amendment, B.O.R. # 1.

    Now that being said:

    1) Who really cares about the US Constitution anymore (from what I've seen lately)?

    2) It IS still a big deal when these near-monopolies run the whole show, as far as the world of information goes.

    In a legal sense in this context, the First Amendment reads thusly:

    Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

    This can (and in my opinion, should) be interpreted VERY broadly, much like the Interstate Commerce Clause has been; laws that fund or favor institutions that abridge free speech, right of assembly, right to petition the gov’t (e.g., the overwhelming majority of universities in the US; jewgle, twatter, fapple, etc.) are unconstitutional and thus illegitimate.

    P.S., Supremacy Clause (and incorporation, or something) now means that no domestic gov’t can violate the Constitution.

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    Yep, I've heard the term as "incorporation" of the amendment or clause, meaning applies to all governments, or at least state ones. I'll have to read more on this, or ask Constitutional scholar Øb☭ma, next time I have the $5,000 to go eat some fried chicken and hear HIM speak.
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  117. hhsiii says:

    OT, sorta, PBS doc on the Charlottesville airing tonight, sure to be a whitewash (pun intended kinda, already heard discussed on NPR and obviously completely one-sided):

    https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/announcement/one-year-after-charlottesville-frontline-propublica-investigate-white-supremacists-resurgence-in-america/

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  118. istevefan says:
    @Corvinus
    "What happened to anti-trust law? Talk about collusion."

    Jones should be able to shill his conspiracy theories on those platforms without being banned. And I wouldn't be surprised at all that these three Titans engaged in collusion. It's just a matter of proving it. But with your law degree, your skill and tenacity, and all of the resources at your disposal, why not offer your services to Alex?

    On the other hand, there is NO 1st Amendment violation when a private company decides to remove someone from their private platform. It's their business. Free speech is never "free". Remember, these companies have terms that users must abide by, so once they are in violation of said terms, however arbitrary, the person has no recourse. Remember, Jones willingly signed up. He understood the potential consequences of his actions.

    To me what is more interesting is the lawsuit against Jones by the Sandy Hook survivors. How will that all turn out?

    On the other hand, there is NO 1st Amendment violation when a private company decides to remove someone from their private platform

    This is not a 1st amendment issue. It’s a free speech issue. The two are not necessarily the same. The former prevents the government from limiting speech. While the latter is more reflective of the broader culture’s support of free speech.

    You can have a 1st amendment. But if the culture doesn’t support free speech, it won’t do much good. Hence our concern is that the culture is rapidly losing support for free speech which most of us on this blog think is bad. The fact that it is not the government limiting speech probably makes it worse. As it is an indication that we have undergone a cultural change from what most of us believe is a cherished part of our history.

    It’s similar to the arguments people have had here about whether the Irish, Jews and Italians were white. Time after time commenters will point out that the government obviously declared they were white because they were allowed to naturalize under the rules of the Naturalization Act of 1790 and its many successors.

    However, the naysayers continually point to Harvard putting a quota on Jews. Or some business putting out a “no dogs or Irish” sign. Or some neighborhood not allowing an Italian to move in.

    On these occasions the distinction between the government’s actions and private citizens’ actions don’t seem to matter. Because the end result is that if one or the other puts up barriers to the aforementioned groups, they will be limited in their ability to live in America.

    Likewise, we don’t give a shit whether the government or private individuals are hostile to free speech. To us both are bad because if one or the other is hostile to free speech, it is bad for free speech and is bad for our nation.

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    "This is not a 1st amendment issue. It’s a free speech issue. The two are not necessarily the same. The "Hence our concern is that the culture is rapidly losing support for free speech which most of us on this blog think is bad."

    Except for the fact that free speech has never been free from consequences from citizens or government officials.

    "As it is an indication that we have undergone a cultural change from what most of us believe is a cherished part of our history."

    Be mindful that communities in our past prevented people from speaking their minds by way of shaming or by way of banishment, especially if the speakers were advocating for "cultural changes". Anti-slavery periodicals in the 1830's come to mind.

    "It’s similar to the arguments people have had here about whether the Irish, Jews and Italians were white. Time after time commenters will point out that the government obviously declared they were white because they were allowed to naturalize under the rules of the Naturalization Act of 1790 and its many successors."

    Indeed, they were white in that regard, but they were also labeled white only when convenient for the "native stock". The Europeans always had a "pecking order" as far as who was the most "desirable" white, with the English at the top. A Pokemon Points Ethnic measuring stick, shall we say.

    However, the naysayers continually point to Harvard putting a quota on Jews. Or some business putting out a “no dogs or Irish” sign. Or some neighborhood not allowing an Italian to move in.

    'Likewise, we don’t give a shit whether the government or private individuals are hostile to free speech. To us both are bad because if one or the other is hostile to free speech, it is bad for free speech and is bad for our nation."

    You can speak your mind freely. It is just that you will end up getting rewards (e.g. endorsements, status) or punishment (e.g. loss of friends, loss of employment). Unfettered speech has not existed in our society, past or present or future.

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  119. @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    A thought experiment regarding the Woman Question:

    Suppose you’re ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don’t realize it until two hours later. Bearing in mind that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, do you turn back and take the route you originally planned, or do you plan a new route that gets you to your destination ASAP from where you are now?

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don’t get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?

     

    I think I understand your point, but your analogy is inapt. In this case, "planning a new route" is analogous to making better appeals to women voters by changing one's positions. Changes in positions to appeal to women are more analogous to serially changing the destination away from the original - and this is before you account for the fact that you have someone in the car with you who wants you not to get to your original destination at all, but rather a place of his choice and is serially "outbidding" you to convince the woman to change the route in to arrive much closer to his chosen destination.

    Suppose you’re ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don’t realize it until two hours later.

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don’t get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?

    I have this feebly illuminated broad on ignore, but here’s the correct answer to her imbecilic riddle:

    I never let a woman navigate (or drive) and thus never make wrong turns that wind up being fatal to my progeny. Moreover, I don’t lose two hours to mindless chattering gossip en route. And I’m smart enough to call a damn ambulance if my kid is that sick instead of spending hours on makeup and hair before deciding to drive two hours in the opposite direction of the hospital…

    Just use your “ignore” button friend. Thank me later.

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  120. Svigor says:
    @Rosie

    All one needs to do is watch an hour of the Today Show in the morning to see how easily self-regarded educated white women are to manipulate.
     
    If the MSM wasn't in the hands of a hostile elite, it wouldn't matter.

    Come to think of it, this whole conversation demonstrates how easy it is to manipulate educated men.

    "Attack your own women, goy. They're your real enemy."

    “Attack your own women, goy. They’re your real enemy.”

    Your defense of women isn’t a very good one (at least it wasn’t in the stuff I skimmed, which admittedly wasn’t much. I don’t mean that in a dismissive way – I’m just not very interested in the topic ATM), because the fact is the female vote is deleterious, and always has been.

    But you’re very much on point with this.

    Come to think of it, this whole conversation demonstrates how easy it is to manipulate educated men.

    A Hell of a lot of white men will throw anyone, I mean anyone under the bus before they’ll throw the Jews under it. It’s just cowardice, compliance, and conformity – nothing mysterious about it. Playing on this is Whiskey’s (Neocon, New York) schtick.

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    A Hell of a lot of white men will throw anyone, I mean anyone under the bus before they’ll throw the Jews under it.
     
    Nearly everyone in the country will throw anyone, I mean anyone, under the bus before they'll admit the first thing about God's Chosen People, who are sacred. They've been indoctrinated from the crib onward, and nothing but nothing is more important.
    , @Rosie
    because the fact is the female vote is deleterious, and always has been.
     We voted Trump into office. How is that deleterious?
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  122. Could this be a conspiracy?

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  123. Rosie says:
    @Neuday

    When we come to a point where something can be done, it will no longer need to be done. Indeed, at that point, women’s empowerment will be good for Whites.
     
    So what you're saying is women are an emotionally motivated and hypersensitive to social pressure, a herd animal, and it seems "college" is where this is burnished and internalized. I'd like to overlay happiness statistics over that voting-pattern chart, along with cat adoption statistics.

    You

    So what you’re saying is women are an emotionally motivated and hypersensitive to social pressure, a herd animal, and it seems “college” is where this is burnished and internalized.

    Here you make the unwarranted assumption that college makes women more conformist. In fact, college is where women internalize norms. What those internalized norms will be depends entirely on who controls the institution.

    Elites certainly had no trouble manipulating French and German men into killing German men. The problem is the malicious elites, not women, and not men either.

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    Correction: French and British men.
    , @Cloudbuster
    Here you make the unwarranted assumption that college makes women more conformist. In fact, college is where women internalize norms. What those internalized norms will be depends entirely on who controls the institution.

    How is that not the definition of conformist? How do you account for the fact that the trendline is so different for college men?
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  124. Corvinus says:
    @notanon

    the right to peaceably assemble, or to petition for a governmental redress of grievances.
     
    peaceable assembly to argue about politics needs to be extended to dominant social media platforms

    self-evidently

    the only condition should be "peaceably" (and maybe "redress of grievances" i.e. questions of policy?)

    “peaceable assembly to argue about politics needs to be extended to dominant social media platforms”

    That would be the role of Congress to pass such legislation, but would it survive constitutional scrutiny by the Supreme Court?

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    dunno

    i think it should but who knows
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  125. Rosie says:
    @AndrewR
    College-educated women in general are higher-IQ and higher-info than women without a college education. If the former are using their intelligence, knowledge, sophistication and political power to harm their own men, especially their own working-class men, then what argument is there really to "empower" women?

    College-educated women in general are higher-IQ and higher-info than women without a college education. If the former are using their intelligence, knowledge, sophistication and political power to harm their own men, especially their own working-class men, then what argument is there really to “empower” women?

    We’re already empowered. That is a fact on the ground that you can’t wish away. We are 1/3 of the total electorate, and without a large chunk of White women, if not a majority, you have no electoral power whatsoever. You’d be well-advised to bite your tongue the next few months.

    Now, if you want to “disempower” women, the burden is on you to show that such a measure is necessary for White well-being. I don’t see how you can possibly make that case, unless you assume that White men would be stupid enough to cede control of higher education and the media of communications to a hostile elite …again.

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    You’d be well-advised to bite your tongue the next few months.
     
    That is not how blackmail works. Blackmail needs you to be in power. You won't be soon: see Latinas.

    How well will women like you fare without White men to pedestal you? In a sea of browns and blacks? Maybe you should be learning to bite your overdeveloped sense of entitlement.
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  126. Rosie says:
    @Rosie
    You

    So what you’re saying is women are an emotionally motivated and hypersensitive to social pressure, a herd animal, and it seems “college” is where this is burnished and internalized.
     
    Here you make the unwarranted assumption that college makes women more conformist. In fact, college is where women internalize norms. What those internalized norms will be depends entirely on who controls the institution.

    Elites certainly had no trouble manipulating French and German men into killing German men. The problem is the malicious elites, not women, and not men either.

    Correction: French and British men.

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    Maggie Thatcher was more keen on the Gulf War than George HW Bush.
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  127. Corvinus says:
    @Jack Hanson
    Sorry bruh, but the new rules are BAKE THE CAKE.

    The amount of rhetorical tapdancing by people like you (liars, ticket already punched for a helicopter ride) is amazing as you try to hold two competing thoughts:

    - Private companies can do what they want

    - BAKE THE CAKE

    This of course, isn't even touching the monster issue involving cartel activity by a group that owns 95% of what exists as social media, who are also trying to engage in have it both ways with "I'm just a platform/I'm just a publisher" depending on which exactly is more favorable at the time the question is being asked to avoid being regulated in some regard.

    Also if you think this ends with Infowars, oh boy you're gonna have a wake up. Remember when TDS got banned?

    “Sorry bruh, but the new rules are BAKE THE CAKE.”

    The only thing baked is you.

    “The amount of rhetorical tapdancing by people like you (liars, ticket already punched for a helicopter ride) is amazing as you try to hold two competing thoughts:”

    First, you are offering a strawman here. Second, both situation is markedly different. The “bake the cake” case involved freedom of religion. The “private companies” situation involves the First and Fourteenth Amendment, as well anti-monopoly laws. Third, the only helicopter ride is the one you are taking as the FBI scoops you up and whisks you away to Bellevue Hospital. You do realize that this agency, compliments of the social media giants, monitors your every move, with such wisecracks being taken to be a direct threat on our liberty, right? I would be very concerned if I were you whenever you go outside.

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    Lmao did you type that from under your bed? I can hear your fingers shaking with every word. The FBI has bigger problems than acting as the CIDF, pookie.

    As for the rest of your post its your usual mishmash of argument by assertion, handwaving away inconvenient facts, and declaring sonething a fallacy and pretending that settles the issue as if you were the precocious member of a 7th grade debate club.

    You seeing Jack Hanson outside your window with an A Star fueled and ready to go was icing on the cake tho.
    , @Svigor

    “Sorry bruh, but the new rules are BAKE THE CAKE.”

    The only thing baked is you.
     

    Not much of an answer there, Tornanus.
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  128. L Woods says:
    @Anonymous
    Quite nonsensical. Literally shows the opposite argument: empowering White women makes life worse for White men. Completely disempowered women would be incapable of doing any of this - basic logic.

    The entire argument is specious and moot. Female empowerment is not objectionable merely for what it does, but for what it is. Tying a man’s fortunes and social standing to the whims and feelings of humanity’s intellectually and morally inferior half is intrinsically repellent.

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    Being an asshat to women is not the way to do anything positive for our race. Revilo Oliver was no one's idea of a moderate, but he always had a witty and correct response to mysogynistic statements taht didn't demean any female readers.
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  129. Barnard says:
    @Desiderius
    That's pretty sexist right there.

    Haha. Given the legendary success of the UConn women’s basketball team that is a good point. Someone should have sent that to Sen. Murphy in a reply and see how long it took him to replace Rip Hamilton and Ray Allen with Rebecca Lobo and Diana Taurasi.

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  130. J1234 says:
    @Cagey Beast
    Maybe the JQ give us the answer to life, the universe and everything? Maybe it's not the golden key that opens all doors? Ever think of that?

    Anyway, Alex Jones did give the JQ a shot more than once. Here are some cackling Brooklynites pointing out one example. Jones is such a hambone that I end up laughing along with them, even though they want to abolish us.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwQ7og7cUgo

    Jones is such a hambone that I end up laughing along with them, even though they want to abolish us.

    I think Jones expects you to laugh. He’s a showman who uses antics to draw people in. He has some weird ideas that he’s sincere about, of course, but his pro wrestling style rants on any subject are probably intended for entertainment. Watching Jones is a bit like watching an old Orson Welles movie – you wade through the weirdness because there occasionally may be something of value that you don’t find in conventional offerings…even if it’s only a perspective. I rarely watch him, but I have found some of the presentations with Roger Stone interesting.

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    I'd forgotten how Alex Jones and Roger Stone stormed the Young Turks set at the Republican National Convention:

    https://youtu.be/s4pX53AqpUs?t=156

    There's Lou-Anne, Anna Kasparian and all the rest. In a way, this was the first day of the Trump era.
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  131. Corvinus says:
    @istevefan

    On the other hand, there is NO 1st Amendment violation when a private company decides to remove someone from their private platform
     
    This is not a 1st amendment issue. It's a free speech issue. The two are not necessarily the same. The former prevents the government from limiting speech. While the latter is more reflective of the broader culture's support of free speech.

    You can have a 1st amendment. But if the culture doesn't support free speech, it won't do much good. Hence our concern is that the culture is rapidly losing support for free speech which most of us on this blog think is bad. The fact that it is not the government limiting speech probably makes it worse. As it is an indication that we have undergone a cultural change from what most of us believe is a cherished part of our history.

    It's similar to the arguments people have had here about whether the Irish, Jews and Italians were white. Time after time commenters will point out that the government obviously declared they were white because they were allowed to naturalize under the rules of the Naturalization Act of 1790 and its many successors.

    However, the naysayers continually point to Harvard putting a quota on Jews. Or some business putting out a "no dogs or Irish" sign. Or some neighborhood not allowing an Italian to move in.

    On these occasions the distinction between the government's actions and private citizens' actions don't seem to matter. Because the end result is that if one or the other puts up barriers to the aforementioned groups, they will be limited in their ability to live in America.

    Likewise, we don't give a shit whether the government or private individuals are hostile to free speech. To us both are bad because if one or the other is hostile to free speech, it is bad for free speech and is bad for our nation.

    “This is not a 1st amendment issue. It’s a free speech issue. The two are not necessarily the same. The “Hence our concern is that the culture is rapidly losing support for free speech which most of us on this blog think is bad.”

    Except for the fact that free speech has never been free from consequences from citizens or government officials.

    “As it is an indication that we have undergone a cultural change from what most of us believe is a cherished part of our history.”

    Be mindful that communities in our past prevented people from speaking their minds by way of shaming or by way of banishment, especially if the speakers were advocating for “cultural changes”. Anti-slavery periodicals in the 1830′s come to mind.

    “It’s similar to the arguments people have had here about whether the Irish, Jews and Italians were white. Time after time commenters will point out that the government obviously declared they were white because they were allowed to naturalize under the rules of the Naturalization Act of 1790 and its many successors.”

    Indeed, they were white in that regard, but they were also labeled white only when convenient for the “native stock”. The Europeans always had a “pecking order” as far as who was the most “desirable” white, with the English at the top. A Pokemon Points Ethnic measuring stick, shall we say.

    However, the naysayers continually point to Harvard putting a quota on Jews. Or some business putting out a “no dogs or Irish” sign. Or some neighborhood not allowing an Italian to move in.

    ‘Likewise, we don’t give a shit whether the government or private individuals are hostile to free speech. To us both are bad because if one or the other is hostile to free speech, it is bad for free speech and is bad for our nation.”

    You can speak your mind freely. It is just that you will end up getting rewards (e.g. endorsements, status) or punishment (e.g. loss of friends, loss of employment). Unfettered speech has not existed in our society, past or present or future.

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  132. Rosie says:
    @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    A thought experiment regarding the Woman Question:

    Suppose you’re ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don’t realize it until two hours later. Bearing in mind that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, do you turn back and take the route you originally planned, or do you plan a new route that gets you to your destination ASAP from where you are now?

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don’t get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?

     

    I think I understand your point, but your analogy is inapt. In this case, "planning a new route" is analogous to making better appeals to women voters by changing one's positions. Changes in positions to appeal to women are more analogous to serially changing the destination away from the original - and this is before you account for the fact that you have someone in the car with you who wants you not to get to your original destination at all, but rather a place of his choice and is serially "outbidding" you to convince the woman to change the route in to arrive much closer to his chosen destination.

    In this case, “planning a new route” is analogous to making better appeals to women voters by changing one’s positions.

    If by that you mean not attacking women, then yes that’s true. You can’t win women over by attacking them.

    On the other hand, if you mean abandoning nationalism, then that is not true. You can sell nationalism to women without even talking about women, as Trump has proven. Trump has already mapped out the new route that I’m talking about. The fact that college-educated women don’t support is unfortunate for the time being, but irrelevant in the long term.

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    If by that you mean not attacking women, then yes that’s true. You can’t win women over by attacking them.

    On the other hand, if you mean abandoning nationalism, then that is not true. You can sell nationalism to women without even talking about women, as Trump has proven. Trump has already mapped out the new route that I’m talking about. The fact that college-educated women don’t support is unfortunate for the time being, but irrelevant in the long term.
     
    I don't know about this - the left and the media is able to win over lots of white women by attacking them and their "privilege" and making them feel bad for being white and thereby causing harm to minorities.

    But we're in the current predicament precisely because the franchise was extended to women - there's no denying this. Women are dispositionally amenable to emotional appeals - show them a dead brown child on a beach and they'll open the gates to millions of hostile military aged men.

    Of the people I speak with casually in regards to politics and policy it's easiest to make the nationalist case by saying that I don't want my (white) children and nieces and nephews to be hated minorities in their own nation subject to retributive punishment and harassment. The problem here of course is the high rate of nulliparity among white women - they don't have and don't want "posterity" of their own, so they don't believe that they have a stake in the future of the United States.
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  133. @Achmed E. Newman
    No, I was replying to CK, but never noticed whether infowars was ever down (that's, if it's nefarious, another level of software control - it's be in the control of the Internet-Naming people, to control whether www.info--- etc gets routed to the proper IP number. That's been done too, already, for political reasons - Daily Stormer, etc., from what I'd read.).

    To clear up the confusion some more, I was being snarky to Steve Sailer, as my comments usually don't get posted until sometime in the afternoon.

    Edit - read your other reply - yeah, CK may have been, as a joke on the conspiracy stuff, but it's gotten past joking now.

    I tagged you instead of CK.

    I still don’t know if infowars was down (which is a thing that just happens sometimes in the lower-rent parts of the internet) or if CK was making the “they’re so banned that they’re right there” joke.

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  134. Anonymous[277] • Disclaimer says:
    @AndrewR
    Lol Rogan is a total cuck. He actually and unironically said "not all Trump supporters are racist but all racists are Trump supporters." To Rogan, apparently, hatred of whites is not racism. I lost all respect for him when he said that.

    Any WN of revolutionary bent who thinks “the sooner the better” would have far preferred Hillary to be elected for the exact same reason-ironically enough-Putin and Russia wanted Anyone Else. The election of Hillary would have made the total delegitimation of the US government, if not inevitable, much more likely than under any other imaginable candidate. And that’s the necessary condition for a revolution or implosion of state power.

    Putin knew how close the implosion of the Soviet Union came to causing nuclear mayhem.

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  135. @snorlax
    https://www.motherjones.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/blog_generic_support_women_republicans.jpg

    Fakest poll ever.

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    Fakest poll ever.
     
    I'm suspicious as well. Homeschooling moms (almost always college-educated) certainly haven't cooled on Trump. I recognize they're not a representative sample, of course, but then that still proves the point that politics follows culture.

    It's theoretically possible that there is some sex-specific HBD factor at play, but even if that's true, there's nothing to be gained by alienating those segments of the White female voting public that are on board.
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  136. @Cagey Beast
    Maybe the JQ give us the answer to life, the universe and everything? Maybe it's not the golden key that opens all doors? Ever think of that?

    Anyway, Alex Jones did give the JQ a shot more than once. Here are some cackling Brooklynites pointing out one example. Jones is such a hambone that I end up laughing along with them, even though they want to abolish us.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwQ7og7cUgo

    And at some point you have to tell people the truth if you want to come up with an effective game plan. Did you ever think of that?

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    But telling people the truth may not mean saying what you, personally, are thinking. Guys who think it's always about the Jews get angry when anyone comes up with a different explanation. They're certain the other person's a sellout or coward, otherwise they'd "name the Jew". It's almost always a waste of time talking to people that certain of everything.
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  137. Doug says:
    @anony-mouse
    1/ But not Twitter?

    2/ '...Apple, Facebook, and Google's YouTube Simultaneously...' do not ban a single Unz writer. In fact none of them plus Twitter has ever even temporarily suspended a single Unz writer.

    What does that say... about Unz.com?

    3/ I thought this place was full of high IQ genii. Why doesn't somebody here create an alternative?

    > I thought this place was full of high IQ genii. Why doesn’t somebody here create an alternative?

    Bittorrent has been delivering decentralized, ad-free, censorship-free media for nearly two decades. It’s rock solid, well-proven, has extensive tooling, requires virtually no investment or overhead, and doesn’t require touching anything made by Hollywood or Silicon Valley.

    Want to deliver podcasts and video without having to grovel at the feet of Zuckerberg or Tim Cook? Throw up a torrent. For $100 a month in hosting fees you can independently distribute hours of video to tens of millions of people.

    What’s the problem? All but a tiny sliver of high-IQ, technically savvy, anti-estabilishment nerds are too dumb or too unmotivated to care. Even if Alex Jones’ fanbase could figure out how to download a torrent, probably nobody on Alex Jones’ production team is smart enough to set it up correctly.

    The Internet of the 90s was incredible because it was all libertarian maniacs, antisocial geeks, and misfit geniuses. It was as if the Wild West was settled by smartest people on the planet. Now everyone and their mother is online. The same dullards, yes-men, soccer moms, and neanderthals that ruined meatspace have made cyberspace just as intolerable.

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    The Internet of the 90s was incredible because it was all libertarian maniacs, antisocial geeks, and misfit geniuses.
     
    https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1149

    Hard to disagree with this. Let's hope the next frontier is soon, I miss the madness.

    , @El Dato
    I still have the first print of Neal Stephenson's Cryptonomicon, btw.

    Before-the-Internet-Bubble-Crash were Good Times, but the Computer Infrastructure was weak. How long did with camp in front of nonobedient 100 MHz computers with a Slackware CD?
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  138. shextons says:
    @Charles Pewitt
    Chris Murphy is a horrible Leprechaun shyster rat from the Northeastern portion of the United States.

    I love Irish people, I have Irish ancestry. I have an ancestor named Owen Sullivan. Owen Sullivan was born in 1802 in Tennessee and he married a woman named Elizabeth Lampley. Both Sullivan and Lampley had North Carolina connections. The Lampley people had connections to Barbados and Pennsylvania. Lampley brings in the Beezer crowd. Don't forget the Daubney people.

    The Daubney people and the Normans knew how to handle Saxons, you Irish dopes!

    I LOVE THE IRISH!

    But wonderful and proud Irish people must admit that some of the Irish politicians and Irish people are no good bastard RATS! DAMMIT!

    Joe Crowley just got his fat Irish ass handed to him by a Puerto Rican from a nice town up the Hudson river and he will still shill for the Democrat Party. This woman looks mostly Spaniard to me and her whole phucking act is only slightly worse than that Irish and Italian Armand Assante playing a Spaniard Puerto Rican in some Sidney Lumet movie.

    Irish politicians in the Democrat Party are phucking notorious for pushing open borders mass immigration and amnesty for illegal alien invaders.

    Joe Biden, Joe Crowley, Chris Murphy and all the rest of the Irish shyster politicians are going the way of the dodo bird in the Democrat Party and it seems like they want to take the rest of us down with them in some kind of horribly vindictive Celtic scheme of pure evil.

    plenty of wasps doing the same thing. for every Ted Kennedy there is a Joe mccarthy , for every Chris Murphy there is a Steve Bannon. the wasp elite are bigger sellout’s than some working class Irish guys

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    Outside the South, the Anglo-Saxon Protestants were defeated two generations ago. They're not sellouts; they're drunken Indians living on their reservations.

    In the South, it's not like that.
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  139. Anon[266] • Disclaimer says:

    OT: China has escalated the trade war, and is resorting to threatening US companies that employ people in China, demanding that they share the wealth.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-08-07/china-threatens-apple-anger-and-nationalist-sentiment-if-it-doesnt-share-wealth

    But China is bargaining from a position of weakness. All the US companies have to do is move their manufacturing to other second world countries like Vietnam, etc., and China is screwed. The reason China has a middle class is because it was created by US companies who pay Chinese workers to assemble goods which are sold then in the US. That’s it, period. China didn’t create the Chinese middle class. The US did.

    The Chinese leadership is too stupid to understand that threatening those companies will backfire. No way will US manufacturers pay Chinese workers more or make super-massive bribes to Chinese government officials. They’ll just leave if they’re threatened.

    The Chinese can’t replace those jobs because they can’t put together companies that run well in the Western sense. They are always plagued by too much corruption, and they choose to make too many shoddy goods. The whole situation of US companies using Chinese workers would never have happened if the Chinese could run their own companies. If they could, the Chinese would be running their own Apples, Microsofts, etc, and employing their own people and getting rich selling goods to the rest of the world. The mainland Chinese don’t have enough business sense or ethical sense to run things cleanly and well. You can’t judge the Chinese by the people who left the place, because they were the talented ones who hived off, leaving the untalented, unsuccessful dregs behind.

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  140. Then I’ve got one to sell you.

    I haven’t done a deep dive on the Kennedy assassination, Zapruder film, grassy knoll.

    But I have taken a big picture look.

    1. Oswald was a Communist, and a big Castro fan. So, if he was working with anybody, it’s likely to have been Communists and Castro fans. We know was at the Soviet or Cuban Embassy in Mexico, etc.

    2. Stipulate that there was something fishy about the Warren Commission report. Various comments by commissioners and by Johnson, etc.

    3. The members of the Warren Commission were the apex of respectability, the appearance of integrity, the Great and the Good. Earl “Brown vs Board of Education” Warren himself, and various other luminaries. Not the half-dozen or so you’d expect to wink at Mafia skulduggery or plots against a sitting US president.

    Consider:
    4. If the news had hit the United STates in 1963 or 64 that the martyred President Kennedy had been killed, not by a rightwing fascist or racist, or even by a lone political assassin acting alone–but by an arm of Cuban or, even worse, Soviet intelligence, war would have been inevitable. At best, an American invasion of Cuba, whether or not the Soviets agreed or not. At worst, a full scale nuclear exchange.

    4A. So the Commissioners agreed to conceal whatever they concealed, kicking over the traces and preventing World War II. That is a lie that honorable men could swear to with honor, sacrificing their integrity to save mankind.

    5. In the 1970s, Congress and the intelligence committees fell into the hands of very Castro-friendly type Congressmen, who would have been very happy indeed to expose CIA or FBI involvement in Kennedy’s death, or at least Mafia connections to the Cold War national security state.

    5A. Instead, the Dellums Committee agreed to seal away the records for another 30 years. Which makes sense if the records implicated Castro–by 2017, you’d expect Castro to be safely dead.

    There’s your conspiracy theory. Maybe we’ll live to see if it’s true.

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    3. The members of the Warren Commission were the apex of respectability, the appearance of integrity, the Great and the Good. Earl “Brown vs Board of Education” Warren himself, and various other luminaries. Not the half-dozen or so you’d expect to wink at Mafia skulduggery or plots against a sitting US president.

    OMFG LOL
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  141. Paul Rain says:

    Along with other truth tellers like Antiwar.com’s Scott Horton.

    It’s just independent action by capitalists though, guys.

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  142. JimB says:

    I’m amazed that VDare hasn’t been purged from Facebook. Over the past 20 years, they methodically laid the analytical foundations for Trumpism. They make an incontrovertible clear case that a) mass immigration hurts the average citizen, b) every social, political, and economic problem in the US has a major component severely aggravated by immigration, and c) the US cannot survive much longer if its borders are left open to the worlds mendicant surplus population.

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  143. @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    The "platforms" rose to market dominance by not regulating the speech appearing on their services while gobbling up or strangling in the crib any upstart likely to challenge their position. Notably, they did this with special protections against copyright infringement claims and defamation claims as a
    "publisher" because they pretended not to exercise editorial control over what is posted.

    I'd also note that this is not really a case of the market at work - the platforms were profiting from the traffic and views generated by content produced by Jones. They didn't show that Jones hurt them financially by driving away other customers. Their decision was in spite of the market, not because of it.

    I doubt we'd abide a few companies with monopolistic control over pens, ink and paper conspiring together not to sell their products to someone who expresses opinions and theories they don't like.

    Very good summary squashing that whole “market” B.S. line.

    Heck, the few papers that let you post comments anymore mostly require you to sign in through FB (or Google, etc.).

    These are utility monopolies that need to be broken.

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  144. @Discordiax
    Then I've got one to sell you.

    I haven't done a deep dive on the Kennedy assassination, Zapruder film, grassy knoll.

    But I have taken a big picture look.

    1. Oswald was a Communist, and a big Castro fan. So, if he was working with anybody, it's likely to have been Communists and Castro fans. We know was at the Soviet or Cuban Embassy in Mexico, etc.

    2. Stipulate that there was something fishy about the Warren Commission report. Various comments by commissioners and by Johnson, etc.

    3. The members of the Warren Commission were the apex of respectability, the appearance of integrity, the Great and the Good. Earl "Brown vs Board of Education" Warren himself, and various other luminaries. Not the half-dozen or so you'd expect to wink at Mafia skulduggery or plots against a sitting US president.

    Consider:
    4. If the news had hit the United STates in 1963 or 64 that the martyred President Kennedy had been killed, not by a rightwing fascist or racist, or even by a lone political assassin acting alone--but by an arm of Cuban or, even worse, Soviet intelligence, war would have been inevitable. At best, an American invasion of Cuba, whether or not the Soviets agreed or not. At worst, a full scale nuclear exchange.

    4A. So the Commissioners agreed to conceal whatever they concealed, kicking over the traces and preventing World War II. That is a lie that honorable men could swear to with honor, sacrificing their integrity to save mankind.

    5. In the 1970s, Congress and the intelligence committees fell into the hands of very Castro-friendly type Congressmen, who would have been very happy indeed to expose CIA or FBI involvement in Kennedy's death, or at least Mafia connections to the Cold War national security state.

    5A. Instead, the Dellums Committee agreed to seal away the records for another 30 years. Which makes sense if the records implicated Castro--by 2017, you'd expect Castro to be safely dead.

    There's your conspiracy theory. Maybe we'll live to see if it's true.

    3. The members of the Warren Commission were the apex of respectability, the appearance of integrity, the Great and the Good. Earl “Brown vs Board of Education” Warren himself, and various other luminaries. Not the half-dozen or so you’d expect to wink at Mafia skulduggery or plots against a sitting US president.

    OMFG LOL

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  145. Trump Must Smash The Corporate Censorship Of His Supporters

    Trump donated some money to Rand Paul to operate on poor kid’s eyes in Guatemala. The best place for Guatemalans is Guatemala. Trump and Rand Paul get along; they agree on some policy matters and they both golf.

    Trump should respond to Ron Paul’s associate being suspended by Twitter. Trump must respond in a general way to the corporate media censorship that is silencing his supporters and stifling free speech and stopping political debate.

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  146. J.Ross says: • Website
    @eah
    Chris Murphy (D-CT) tweeted this:

    https://twitter.com/ChrisMurphyCT/status/1026580187784404994

    I like how Murphy does not understand what happened (Jones’ site is fine, he lost hosting on other sites) — but given that Murphy is a Democrat congresscritter, I guess we should be happy that he’s not deliberately mishandling classified information, relying on Pakistani spies for IT support, or setting his password as password. These are the geniuses that want to censor the internet. Come to think of it, many of the people who want to institute a ministry of truth are law school graduates.

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  147. @Jack Hanson
    Sorry bruh, but the new rules are BAKE THE CAKE.

    The amount of rhetorical tapdancing by people like you (liars, ticket already punched for a helicopter ride) is amazing as you try to hold two competing thoughts:

    - Private companies can do what they want

    - BAKE THE CAKE

    This of course, isn't even touching the monster issue involving cartel activity by a group that owns 95% of what exists as social media, who are also trying to engage in have it both ways with "I'm just a platform/I'm just a publisher" depending on which exactly is more favorable at the time the question is being asked to avoid being regulated in some regard.

    Also if you think this ends with Infowars, oh boy you're gonna have a wake up. Remember when TDS got banned?

    Have to agree with this. It’s a who/whom world now. The other side picks up the ball whenever they want while the “impartial” referees look the other way. But we pretend we’re still playing soccer anyway and maybe we’re only losing because we’re old and slow. Forget that. BAKE THE CAKE is the new mantra and it’s going to have to stay that way until we can hire back some fair referees.

    And I say that as an autistic libertarian.

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  148. @Doug
    > I thought this place was full of high IQ genii. Why doesn’t somebody here create an alternative?

    Bittorrent has been delivering decentralized, ad-free, censorship-free media for nearly two decades. It's rock solid, well-proven, has extensive tooling, requires virtually no investment or overhead, and doesn't require touching anything made by Hollywood or Silicon Valley.

    Want to deliver podcasts and video without having to grovel at the feet of Zuckerberg or Tim Cook? Throw up a torrent. For $100 a month in hosting fees you can independently distribute hours of video to tens of millions of people.

    What's the problem? All but a tiny sliver of high-IQ, technically savvy, anti-estabilishment nerds are too dumb or too unmotivated to care. Even if Alex Jones' fanbase could figure out how to download a torrent, probably nobody on Alex Jones' production team is smart enough to set it up correctly.

    The Internet of the 90s was incredible because it was all libertarian maniacs, antisocial geeks, and misfit geniuses. It was as if the Wild West was settled by smartest people on the planet. Now everyone and their mother is online. The same dullards, yes-men, soccer moms, and neanderthals that ruined meatspace have made cyberspace just as intolerable.

    The Internet of the 90s was incredible because it was all libertarian maniacs, antisocial geeks, and misfit geniuses.

    https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1149

    Hard to disagree with this. Let’s hope the next frontier is soon, I miss the madness.

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    Let’s hope the next frontier is soon, I miss the madness.
     
    if Trump doesn't impose the 1A on the social media giants i expect the current censorship wave will provide enough incentive to create an alt-internet in fairly short order
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  149. J.Ross says: • Website

    And of course Jones’ Infowars app is blowing CNN out of the water. That’s what this is really about.

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  150. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Anon
    Let me start by saying the US gov't should do that whole antitrust thing and break up the big tech companies.

    That said, and purely in the interests of debating some abstract philosophical notion: is that why the First Amendment is there?

    I thought the rationale was that because citizens can't opt out of gov't, it must at least be neutral.

    Or is that not a very good reason?

    You’re totally right, they’re massively overdue for antitrust action. Separate from their objective market control it’s an existential issue for us because they’re censorious hard-left progressives with no pretense of fairness. But we will hear nothing from the Congress for the same reason that they babble about Russia instead of talking about China or Israel.

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  151. Lot says:
    @Lot
    How about some good news? Miller leading an effort that could slash citizenship grants by more than half by expanding the list of government welfare benefits that disqualify naturalization.

    https://media1.s-nbcnews.com/j/newscms/2018_32/2521646/180806-stephen-miller-mn-1400_7fe28788ed80f13f8a12fbdf747490f6.fit-760w.jpg

    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/immigration/now-trump-administration-wants-limit-citizenship-legal-immigrants-n897931

    Might be called the "Anti Life of Julia" rule.

    Been thinking about this more, this could be the single most significant news on immigration in Trump’s entire first term with the exception of killing the DACA amnesty.

    1. Congress doesn’t have to approve, so it can actually happen.

    2. Virtually no economic migrants could become citizens since nearly all will have used at least 1 government benefit such as Medicaid or an Obamacare subsidy.

    3. Fewer third-world origin citizens means fewer Dem voters and fewer chain migration legal immigrants.

    4. A fair number of third world origin citizens are born to US citizens abroad. To take one common example, Ahmed the American who became a citizen from a W-Era refugee or visa lottery meets Betty Burkha online in Pakistan, marries her there, and knocks her up. Under Miller’s proposal, Baby Burkha is not a US citizen because refugees like Ahmed almost all use welfare and would be barred from naturalization.

    5. This rule actually favors non-welfare using immigrants by knocking the welfare immigrants out of the naturalization line and subsequent chain migration waiting list. So high income immigrants who also don’t lie about their income for the bennies win too entirely at the expense of the welfare migrants.

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    So you're saying this isn't the usual Trump Derangement Syndrome. This is as good as they say it is?

    https://twitter.com/Amy_Siskind/status/1026800778730762240

    https://twitter.com/donmoyn/status/1026789300241948672
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  152. @Ben tillman
    And at some point you have to tell people the truth if you want to come up with an effective game plan. Did you ever think of that?

    But telling people the truth may not mean saying what you, personally, are thinking. Guys who think it’s always about the Jews get angry when anyone comes up with a different explanation. They’re certain the other person’s a sellout or coward, otherwise they’d “name the Jew”. It’s almost always a waste of time talking to people that certain of everything.

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    "It" is always about the Jews, if "it" is our current predicament in which we favor non-self over self instead of favoring self over non-self. If "it" is someone putting pepper in your grits or overcooking Uncle Leo''s hamburger, there might not be an ethnic/racial dimension.
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  153. Even porn sites have joined in on the virtue signalling:

    Who’ll host Alex Jones? Porn sites enter the infowars
    Published time: 7 Aug, 2018 17:38

    YouPorn jumped on board the hate speech bandwagon late Monday. The site’s vice president Charlie Hughes issued a statement saying:

    “Following news that YouTube, Spotify and Facebook have banned Alex Jones from their platforms, team YouPorn is joining in solidarity and announces we are banning his content as well. As one of the largest user-generated content platforms in the world, we have already removed his videos that have violated our terms of service. As an inclusive platform, hate has no place on YouPorn.”

    https://www.rt.com/usa/435355-porn-sites-alex-jones/

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  154. CCZ says:

    Old truths, still true:

    In 1941, the American educator Norman Woelfel published an essay titled “The Fourth and Fifth Estate” that included a pertinent comment about newspapers and radio broadcasts:

    “It is foolish to assume, because in America we do not have an official propaganda agency dictating what shall be broadcast, that American radio is free. Like the press which is free for those who own and control it, the radio is free for those who can buy equipment, hire technicians and talent, and secure profitable advertising contracts.”

    In 1960, A. J. Liebling, writing for The New Yorker:

    “Freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one.”
    “Freedom of the press is limited to those who own one.”

    Newspaper reporter and essayist H. L. Mencken allegedly once wrote, “Freedom of the press is limited to those who own one.”

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  155. @Cagey Beast
    Dead-eyed thugs on the basketball court are what Connecticut is all about.

    Mainstream, normie White men are broken creatures. To hell with them.

    Dead-eyed thugs on the basketball court are what Connecticut is all about.

    And they lost their hockey franchise to Raleigh, of all places, via Greensboro, of all places. That has to be the second-weirdest move in sports, after the Toronto-to-Birmingham WHA shift of 1976.

    However, that is less of a black mark against Connecticut than it is against North Carolina which, like several of her Southern neighbors, mysteriously drops her opposition to socialism when it comes to sports facilities.

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    And they lost their hockey franchise to Raleigh, of all places, via Greensboro, of all places. That has to be the second-weirdest move in sports, after the Toronto-to-Birmingham WHA shift of 1976.
     
    I don't get it. When I was a kid, Greensboro was the first city of North Carolina. And even today it's more than twice as big as Hartford.
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  156. Anon[251] • Disclaimer says:

    https://www.rt.com/usa/435271-alex-jones-inforwars-censorship/

    When certain communities wanted to ban obscene or seditious material in the name of ‘community values’, Liberals and ACLU attacked the censorship as unconstitutional. Free speech must trump ‘community values’. Pornography must enter every community.

    But now, Jews and proggies invoke ‘community standards’ to shut down certain speech. But whose community? If Alex Jones had 2 million followers on youtube, that was quite a community, and the members of that community thought Jones was speaking up for that community. So, ‘community’ is weasel talk. Youtube and Facebook are banning Jones for Tribal Interests.

    How is that Jews, who make up 2% of US population, get to decide what the COMMUNITY STANDARDS are for all of us? Google banned Jones for the same reason it bans any doodle for Easter. It’s not kosher enough. This is koshering of media and internet.

    Now, some will say that Facebook and Youtube are private companies. But the fact is they function as public virtual communities, not least with support of the government. They are used by members to form communities centered around shared values, beliefs, and politics. These have become just as important as real communities. So, when the ‘community standards’ favor certain groups over others, it’s like a town invoking ‘community values’ to ban certain ideas or expressions.

    At any rate, whites are beginning to realize what it’s like to be a Palestinian. Palestinians are arbitrarily censored or arrested. They cannot stop Jewish illegals pouring into West Bank. Sound familiar? White support of Zionism was the biggest mistake. Jews don’t show gratitude. Instead, the see what they did to Palestinians as the template for what to do with other goyim.

    The only way to fight back is by naming Jewish Power and siding with Palestinians. Jews do stuff like this because they know whites will praise Jews and defend Jews no matter what Jews do to whirtes. If you hit someone and if your victim still praises you, you will keep hitting him. It is only when he hits back that you will think twice about hitting him again.

    Enough is enough. It is time to say WAAP or We Are All Palestinians.

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  157. Twinkie says:

    If I hadn’t heard that conspiracies were impossible, I’d theorize that Apple, Facebook, and Google conspired together against him.

    To paraphrase Nixon, it’s not a conspiracy when big companies do it – it’s called the rule of law.

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  158. U-Bahn says:

    OT Consider the example of the Bloomsbury Group (Strachey, Woolf, Keynes-yes, that Keynes, Bell et al) on subsequent progressive social trends up to the present day.

    https://www.britannica.com/topic/Bloomsbury-group

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  159. Rosie says:
    @Ben tillman
    Fakest poll ever.

    Fakest poll ever.

    I’m suspicious as well. Homeschooling moms (almost always college-educated) certainly haven’t cooled on Trump. I recognize they’re not a representative sample, of course, but then that still proves the point that politics follows culture.

    It’s theoretically possible that there is some sex-specific HBD factor at play, but even if that’s true, there’s nothing to be gained by alienating those segments of the White female voting public that are on board.

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    Anyone believing a poll in 2018 after living through an election where "polls said" Texas was in play for Big Grandma should probably lose the right to make decisions for themselves.
    , @notanon

    It’s theoretically possible that there is some sex-specific HBD factor at play
     
    pictures of crying babies at the border

    but it's HBD + media manipulation - if the same media showed the crying children of people killed by illegals the graph would reverse
    , @ben tillman
    Recent polls have indicated that Trump's support has increased, I believe. The poll cited in this thread would have the Democrats winning 300+ seats in the House with those numbers.
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  160. anonymous[275] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosie

    College-educated women in general are higher-IQ and higher-info than women without a college education. If the former are using their intelligence, knowledge, sophistication and political power to harm their own men, especially their own working-class men, then what argument is there really to “empower” women?
     
    We're already empowered. That is a fact on the ground that you can't wish away. We are 1/3 of the total electorate, and without a large chunk of White women, if not a majority, you have no electoral power whatsoever. You'd be well-advised to bite your tongue the next few months.

    Now, if you want to "disempower" women, the burden is on you to show that such a measure is necessary for White well-being. I don't see how you can possibly make that case, unless you assume that White men would be stupid enough to cede control of higher education and the media of communications to a hostile elite ...again.

    You’d be well-advised to bite your tongue the next few months.

    That is not how blackmail works. Blackmail needs you to be in power. You won’t be soon: see Latinas.

    How well will women like you fare without White men to pedestal you? In a sea of browns and blacks? Maybe you should be learning to bite your overdeveloped sense of entitlement.

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    That is not how blackmail works. Blackmail needs you to be in power.
     
    Telling someone to STFU for their own good is not blackmail; it's just good advice.
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  161. @Corvinus
    "Sorry bruh, but the new rules are BAKE THE CAKE."

    The only thing baked is you.

    "The amount of rhetorical tapdancing by people like you (liars, ticket already punched for a helicopter ride) is amazing as you try to hold two competing thoughts:"

    First, you are offering a strawman here. Second, both situation is markedly different. The "bake the cake" case involved freedom of religion. The "private companies" situation involves the First and Fourteenth Amendment, as well anti-monopoly laws. Third, the only helicopter ride is the one you are taking as the FBI scoops you up and whisks you away to Bellevue Hospital. You do realize that this agency, compliments of the social media giants, monitors your every move, with such wisecracks being taken to be a direct threat on our liberty, right? I would be very concerned if I were you whenever you go outside.

    Lmao did you type that from under your bed? I can hear your fingers shaking with every word. The FBI has bigger problems than acting as the CIDF, pookie.

    As for the rest of your post its your usual mishmash of argument by assertion, handwaving away inconvenient facts, and declaring sonething a fallacy and pretending that settles the issue as if you were the precocious member of a 7th grade debate club.

    You seeing Jack Hanson outside your window with an A Star fueled and ready to go was icing on the cake tho.

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  162. @Rosie

    Fakest poll ever.
     
    I'm suspicious as well. Homeschooling moms (almost always college-educated) certainly haven't cooled on Trump. I recognize they're not a representative sample, of course, but then that still proves the point that politics follows culture.

    It's theoretically possible that there is some sex-specific HBD factor at play, but even if that's true, there's nothing to be gained by alienating those segments of the White female voting public that are on board.

    Anyone believing a poll in 2018 after living through an election where “polls said” Texas was in play for Big Grandma should probably lose the right to make decisions for themselves.

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  163. @Rosie

    In this case, “planning a new route” is analogous to making better appeals to women voters by changing one’s positions.
     
    If by that you mean not attacking women, then yes that's true. You can't win women over by attacking them.

    On the other hand, if you mean abandoning nationalism, then that is not true. You can sell nationalism to women without even talking about women, as Trump has proven. Trump has already mapped out the new route that I'm talking about. The fact that college-educated women don't support is unfortunate for the time being, but irrelevant in the long term.

    If by that you mean not attacking women, then yes that’s true. You can’t win women over by attacking them.

    On the other hand, if you mean abandoning nationalism, then that is not true. You can sell nationalism to women without even talking about women, as Trump has proven. Trump has already mapped out the new route that I’m talking about. The fact that college-educated women don’t support is unfortunate for the time being, but irrelevant in the long term.

    I don’t know about this – the left and the media is able to win over lots of white women by attacking them and their “privilege” and making them feel bad for being white and thereby causing harm to minorities.

    But we’re in the current predicament precisely because the franchise was extended to women – there’s no denying this. Women are dispositionally amenable to emotional appeals – show them a dead brown child on a beach and they’ll open the gates to millions of hostile military aged men.

    Of the people I speak with casually in regards to politics and policy it’s easiest to make the nationalist case by saying that I don’t want my (white) children and nieces and nephews to be hated minorities in their own nation subject to retributive punishment and harassment. The problem here of course is the high rate of nulliparity among white women – they don’t have and don’t want “posterity” of their own, so they don’t believe that they have a stake in the future of the United States.

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    But we’re in the current predicament precisely because the franchise was extended to women – there’s no denying this.
     
    This may be true, but as I mentioned in another thread. There would have been no Black Death but for agriculture. That doesn't mean you should abolish agriculture!

    In the past I have used the analogy of a three-legged stool. Imagine White genocide is a green-eyed monster sitting on a stool with three legs. One leg is women's outgroup empathy. Another leg is male wealth-building instincts. (For the sake of neutrality, I won't call it greed.). A third leg is a manipulative and hostile media. You need only break one leg of the stool, and the green monster falls.

    Women are dispositionally amenable to emotional appeals – show them a dead brown child on a beach and they’ll open the gates to millions of hostile military aged men.
     
    Who is "they"? Remember, only women who toe the line ever get their hands on the megaphone.

    The problem here of course is the high rate of nulliparity among white women – they don’t have and don’t want “posterity” of their own, so they don’t believe that they have a stake in the future of the United States
     
    OK, but then wouldn't a more fitting remedy be disenfranchisement of childless women only?
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  164. Anonymous[150] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    Jones is blaming the Chinese. Yes, Jews are that powerful that even when they ban you, you can't name them.

    Deep State can't admit that American patriots elected Trump. So, they say 'Russia' did it. 'Russia' is codeword for American patriots. It is used to smear American patriotism as alien and unpatriotic.

    But patriots like Jones can't say that Jews banned him. Jews are too powerful and he is afraid. So, he blames 'China'. When patriots like Coulter and Jones and Carlson blame 'China', it is codeword of 'we go with yellow peril as safe alternative to naming the real power .'

    Isn’t Jones married to a Jewish woman?

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  165. Svigor says:

    On the other hand, there is NO 1st Amendment violation when a private company decides to remove someone from their private platform

    But any laws favoring free-speech abridging, redress-thwarting, assembly-denying institutions (tax breaks of any kind, laws creating gov’t institutions that enable these institutions to flourish, funding to colleges etc.) are unconstitutional.

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  166. El Dato says:

    Blew Checkmarques meltdown, continued:

    Twitter suspends Ron Paul Institute executive’s account, one day after Big Tech blocks InfoWars

    Horton has been disciplined for the use of improper language against journalist Jonathan M. Katz, he said in a brief statement. McAdams was suspended for retweeting him, he said.

    Past tweets in both accounts were available to the public at the time of the writing, unlike the account of Van Buren, which was fully redacted.

    Horton and McAdams apparently fell victim of Twitter’s suspension algorithm after objecting to Katz’s quarrel with Van Buren over an earlier interview.

    Will BLM be Democratically Silenced / Zyklon Blued? After this message—

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  167. David says:
    @Rosie

    If I hadn’t heard that conspiracies were impossible, I’d theorize that Apple, Facebook, and Google conspired together against him.
     
    I'm sure it has something to do with liberalism going back to the French Revolution. It was written in the book of Fate from the Declaration of the Rights of Man that Alex Jones would be scrubbed off the Internet.

    The only solution is to reinstate at least the following:

    (1) absolute hereditary monarchy
    (2) coverture
    (3) legal disability of "bastards"
    (4) serfdom

    Failing these actions, any attempt to secure the right to tweet will fail and we'll just wind up in the same place we are now.

    I believe that duplicate comments often appear near the top of threads because when yours is the first comment, when you “publish,” your comment vanishes. You don’t get to reread it and maybe edit it. It’s natural to page-back to retrieve your comment. And then, it’s natural to publish it again.

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    I believe that duplicate comments often appear near the top of threads because when yours is the first comment, when you “publish,” your comment vanishes. You don’t get to reread it and maybe edit it. It’s natural to page-back to retrieve your comment. And then, it’s natural to publish it again.
     
    I was unaware of that. It was the first time I ever made the first comment. It won't happen again.
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  168. Daniel H says:
    @Charles Pewitt
    Chris Murphy is a horrible Leprechaun shyster rat from the Northeastern portion of the United States.

    I love Irish people, I have Irish ancestry. I have an ancestor named Owen Sullivan. Owen Sullivan was born in 1802 in Tennessee and he married a woman named Elizabeth Lampley. Both Sullivan and Lampley had North Carolina connections. The Lampley people had connections to Barbados and Pennsylvania. Lampley brings in the Beezer crowd. Don't forget the Daubney people.

    The Daubney people and the Normans knew how to handle Saxons, you Irish dopes!

    I LOVE THE IRISH!

    But wonderful and proud Irish people must admit that some of the Irish politicians and Irish people are no good bastard RATS! DAMMIT!

    Joe Crowley just got his fat Irish ass handed to him by a Puerto Rican from a nice town up the Hudson river and he will still shill for the Democrat Party. This woman looks mostly Spaniard to me and her whole phucking act is only slightly worse than that Irish and Italian Armand Assante playing a Spaniard Puerto Rican in some Sidney Lumet movie.

    Irish politicians in the Democrat Party are phucking notorious for pushing open borders mass immigration and amnesty for illegal alien invaders.

    Joe Biden, Joe Crowley, Chris Murphy and all the rest of the Irish shyster politicians are going the way of the dodo bird in the Democrat Party and it seems like they want to take the rest of us down with them in some kind of horribly vindictive Celtic scheme of pure evil.

    Don’t leave out Connecticut governor Daniel Malloy, governor Phil Murphy of New Jersey or Gavin Newsom of California, a trio of libtard Irishmen. What worries me is that any of Daniel Malloy, Phil Murphy or Gavin Newsom could win the Democratic party presidential nomination in 2020. They are all competent and smart enough, and in the case of Murphy, extremely wealthy. They all express that cool liberal Irish charm that has bowled over the American people, time after time. It would be difficult for Trump to defeat any of them. Think of Ted Kennedy without any of the negative baggage. And just like Ted Kennedy they could be fatally destructive to the American nation and people. The zeal and drive of the Hillary faction but without the incompetency and corruption.

    Going forward, until the nomination is secure sometime in August 2020 I am not going to say anything negative about Kamala Harris. I will not mock or deride Harris, and I hope that whatever skeletons lay in the closest stay their until September 2020. I will say prays for Harris’s good health and wellbeing. Kamala Harris for President, 2020.

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    How is Gavin Newsom particularly culturally Irish? He is as Irish as every other white person in the U.S, about 1/3. His mother isn't Irish at all and his father is only "mostly" Irish according to his bio.
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  169. @Anon
    Let me start by saying the US gov't should do that whole antitrust thing and break up the big tech companies.

    That said, and purely in the interests of debating some abstract philosophical notion: is that why the First Amendment is there?

    I thought the rationale was that because citizens can't opt out of gov't, it must at least be neutral.

    Or is that not a very good reason?

    It needs to be said from time to time: A TV camera is not a press. It is rumored to be 1000 times as powerful.

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    It needs to be said from time to time: A TV camera is not a press. It is rumored to be 1000 times as powerful.
     
    The airwaves were assumed to be a public resource that tenant broadcasters were not to abuse. This concept may be murkier when applied to cable, DSL, and private satellites, but the Internet itself is even more public, having sprung from the military and universities public or private-with-public-grants.

    So it's kind of like the Interstate Highway System. Someone on Quora.com recently explained why we can't have nice gas and service stops on our freeways like they do in Europe. (Except on Northeastern toll roads, where they were grandfathered in.)

    Congress simply outlawed them.

    You know who was pushing antitrust action against Microsoft twenty years ago? None other than Robert Bork:

    https://www.cato.org/publications/commentary/all-bork-no-bite-dogging-microsoft

    Had you told people in 1998 that in 2018 Microsoft would be irrelevant and antitrusters would be gunning at Apple instead, even the ACLU couldn't have gotten you out of the asylum they'd have checked you into.

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  170. notanon says:
    @Whiskey
    Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men. Always have been always will be. Women want open borders. New conqueror to eliminate the beta males. Women want gun bans. Easier for Tyrone to bash the head in of White dudes. Women love the poz and freak shows like trannies and vote for Dems in massive number s. Open borders, no ICE, anti White stuff, and gun bans are the future thanks to women.

    See Rapefugees Welcome.

    Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men.

    divide and rule

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    Nah, nature did that for us. There’s a reason why women are subjugated and distrusted by every successful civilization — they’re natural traitors.
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  171. notanon says:
    @Corvinus
    "peaceable assembly to argue about politics needs to be extended to dominant social media platforms"

    That would be the role of Congress to pass such legislation, but would it survive constitutional scrutiny by the Supreme Court?

    dunno

    i think it should but who knows

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  172. @CK
    I forgot the sarcasm widget in my post.

    Got it, as now I really get your point. It ain’t that hard to type in a URL, if you have not done the simpler thing and bookmarked it. However, the next step is getting the people who control internet naming involved or the DNS servers. The first means taking his registered URL away. The second means making the URL not resolve to whatever IP numbers Infowars and Prison Plnet are on. Alex would be wise to publish his IP number far and wide, right now.

    As to your point, I’ve got a post almost finished that I don’t want to publish in a hurry right now. It’ll be up tonight, and it will name the users of software, apps and the social media as partly responsible for this monopoly power of google/youtube, facebook, windows, etc. People don’t want to try any alternates out of laziness and ignorance. Karma can happen on a large scale, I suppose.

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    Most folks that I have ever met enjoy rational conveniences.
    Most software companies and social media folk trade that convenience for information about
    our habits. If you are a behavioural outlier as most of the commenters here at UNZ are, you mess up the data they want to aggregate but still enjoy the convenience that they offer.
    I have read Jones' web site for years and he is usually a few days to a few weeks ahead of the MSM in his reporting. He is also a loon; but which of us is without a wee bit of looniness?
    I would recommend that you look deeper than "laziness and ignorance" for explanations of why most of us find certain ruts acceptable and certain trade-offs reasonable. My own experience leads me to the belief that folks do what is most profitable and least time consuming and painful by their own evaluation metrics and not by mine or Zuckerfaces or Twitmans.
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  173. Nick Fuentes’ tweet is idiotic but I have to laugh at Jeet Heer laying a lot of the blame on Andrew Sullivan. Jeet Heer seems to think something’s only exists on the political landscape when a respectable journalist says it does. We’re long past those days.

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    Nick Fuentes’ tweet is idiotic but . . . .
     
    In what way?
    , @Ragno
    Still trying to figure out how that sing-songy pantload Jeet Heer managed to piggyback to prominence in the crowded-like-never-before Professional Bullshit Artist field. In the 1970s, the National Lampoon would cite enthusiastic raves from something called Reviews for a Dollar; Heer's sheer ubiquity makes me wonder if there isn't a Pundits by the Pound out there as well.

    I give him ten years, btw, before he starts answering the door in a muu-muu.

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  174. notanon says:
    @Daniel Chieh

    The Internet of the 90s was incredible because it was all libertarian maniacs, antisocial geeks, and misfit geniuses.
     
    https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1149

    Hard to disagree with this. Let's hope the next frontier is soon, I miss the madness.

    Let’s hope the next frontier is soon, I miss the madness.

    if Trump doesn’t impose the 1A on the social media giants i expect the current censorship wave will provide enough incentive to create an alt-internet in fairly short order

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    if Trump doesn’t impose the 1A on the social media giants i expect the current censorship wave will provide enough incentive to create an alt-internet in fairly short order
     
    I've switched to bing as of yesterday. Image search is a bit clunkier, it's not as good as google generally, but I've noticed that they seem to be weighting search results against politics they don't like, in the last year approximately.

    Any suggestions welcome.
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  175. notanon says:
    @Rosie

    Fakest poll ever.
     
    I'm suspicious as well. Homeschooling moms (almost always college-educated) certainly haven't cooled on Trump. I recognize they're not a representative sample, of course, but then that still proves the point that politics follows culture.

    It's theoretically possible that there is some sex-specific HBD factor at play, but even if that's true, there's nothing to be gained by alienating those segments of the White female voting public that are on board.

    It’s theoretically possible that there is some sex-specific HBD factor at play

    pictures of crying babies at the border

    but it’s HBD + media manipulation – if the same media showed the crying children of people killed by illegals the graph would reverse

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    pictures of crying babies at the border

    but it’s HBD + media manipulation – if the same media showed the crying children of people killed by illegals the graph would reverse
     

    Exactly, or pictures of dead little French girls murdered by terrorists.

    https://goo.gl/images/wV9EmA

    , @Anonymous

    pictures of crying babies at the border
     
    They don't even have to be at the border, or anywhere near.

    Just publish some pics of crying babies, get what you want.
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  176. RW says:

    Alex Jones is now a counter-culture underground figure. I don’t like Alex Jones, but Apple, Facebook should have simply set up some platform for analysis of Jones’ more irrational claims, using a good dose of humour perhaps similar to the Onion, which would probably have done more to delegitimize him than making him a counter-culture underground figure.

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  177. Svigor says:

    But any laws favoring free-speech abridging, redress-thwarting, assembly-denying institutions (tax breaks of any kind, laws creating gov’t institutions that enable these institutions to flourish, funding to colleges etc.) are unconstitutional.

    Actually, taxing free speech abridging institutions equally or less than free speech upholding institutions is unconstitutional; taxing free speech abridgers and upholders equally encourages indifference to, and therefore abridgement of, the 1st Amendment.

    Basically, any barrier to entry in the speech business is unconstitutional, because they enable these free speech trampling institutions.

    We’re talking about a lot of laws here, much beloved of the J-Left.

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  178. El Dato says:
    @Doug
    > I thought this place was full of high IQ genii. Why doesn’t somebody here create an alternative?

    Bittorrent has been delivering decentralized, ad-free, censorship-free media for nearly two decades. It's rock solid, well-proven, has extensive tooling, requires virtually no investment or overhead, and doesn't require touching anything made by Hollywood or Silicon Valley.

    Want to deliver podcasts and video without having to grovel at the feet of Zuckerberg or Tim Cook? Throw up a torrent. For $100 a month in hosting fees you can independently distribute hours of video to tens of millions of people.

    What's the problem? All but a tiny sliver of high-IQ, technically savvy, anti-estabilishment nerds are too dumb or too unmotivated to care. Even if Alex Jones' fanbase could figure out how to download a torrent, probably nobody on Alex Jones' production team is smart enough to set it up correctly.

    The Internet of the 90s was incredible because it was all libertarian maniacs, antisocial geeks, and misfit geniuses. It was as if the Wild West was settled by smartest people on the planet. Now everyone and their mother is online. The same dullards, yes-men, soccer moms, and neanderthals that ruined meatspace have made cyberspace just as intolerable.

    I still have the first print of Neal Stephenson’s Cryptonomicon, btw.

    Before-the-Internet-Bubble-Crash were Good Times, but the Computer Infrastructure was weak. How long did with camp in front of nonobedient 100 MHz computers with a Slackware CD?

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  179. Svigor says:
    @Corvinus
    "Sorry bruh, but the new rules are BAKE THE CAKE."

    The only thing baked is you.

    "The amount of rhetorical tapdancing by people like you (liars, ticket already punched for a helicopter ride) is amazing as you try to hold two competing thoughts:"

    First, you are offering a strawman here. Second, both situation is markedly different. The "bake the cake" case involved freedom of religion. The "private companies" situation involves the First and Fourteenth Amendment, as well anti-monopoly laws. Third, the only helicopter ride is the one you are taking as the FBI scoops you up and whisks you away to Bellevue Hospital. You do realize that this agency, compliments of the social media giants, monitors your every move, with such wisecracks being taken to be a direct threat on our liberty, right? I would be very concerned if I were you whenever you go outside.

    “Sorry bruh, but the new rules are BAKE THE CAKE.”

    The only thing baked is you.

    Not much of an answer there, Tornanus.

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  180. @Rosie

    If I hadn’t heard that conspiracies were impossible, I’d theorize that Apple, Facebook, and Google conspired together against him.
     
    I'm sure it has something to do with liberalism going back to the French Revolution. It was written in the book of Fate from the Declaration of the Rights of Man that Alex Jones would be scrubbed off the Internet.

    The only solution is to reinstate at least the following:

    (1) absolute hereditary monarchy
    (2) coverture
    (3) legal disability of "bastards"
    (4) serfdom

    Failing these actions, any attempt to secure the right to tweet will fail and we'll just wind up in the same place we are now.

    I’m against #1 and #4, but #2 and #3 sound pretty good.

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    I’m against #1 and #4, but #2 and #3 sound pretty good.
     
    Didn't you hear? Liberalism is an all-or-nothing proposition.

    BTW, if you were a daughter born to a single mother, #2 and #3 wouldn't sound any good at all.
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  181. @Rosie

    Quite nonsensical. Literally shows the opposite argument: empowering White women makes life worse for White men. Completely disempowered women would be incapable of doing any of this – basic logic.
     
    Disempowered men would have been incapable of launching two fratricidal World Wars that killed our husbands, sons, and brothers by the tens of millions. Therefore, empowered men make life worse for White women.

    This is nothing but a distraction. You can't disenfranchise women until you don't need to disenfranchise women.

    You can’t disenfranchise women until you don’t need to disenfranchise women.

    True.

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  182. @Charles Pewitt
    Trump ought to get off his fat Scottish/Kraut ass and start defending the people that have defended him. DAMMIT!

    The corporate media has launched an attack on Americans of European Christian ancestry and Trump does nothing but tweet some weak crap about this or that.

    Trump must declare war on the corporate propaganda outlets that have declared war on Trump's voter base.

    https://twitter.com/RealAlexJones/status/1026665987582685185

    Stelter eerily resembles Pennywise the clown, how is it possible for anyone to like this clown? Everything about him is utterly repugnant.

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  183. Mr. Blank says:

    I’ve always regarded Alex Jones the same way as Louis Farrakhan: They’re both batshit crazy loons, but I rather enjoy living in a country where people like that get an open microphone to blast out their nutty views to the entire world. I used to read the Nation of Islam’s crazy-ass newspaper when I was in L.A. just because I liked that fact that a newspaper like that could actually get published in our country.

    Like everything worthwhile about America, it appears we’ll be seeing less of that in the future.

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    I was once in traffic when I saw a NOI member standing on the street corner with copies of the NOI newspaper. I was curious as well. Was tempted to hop out of my truck and ask him for a copy but I didn’t.
    , @Bubba
    I agree - let people know how crazy you are through any platform. You remind me of when I did a 6 month oilfield contract job in Saudi 25 years ago and read their English translated newspapers. It was quite an eye opener for me since the AP stories & pictures were censored and their editorial pages were written by intellectual dolts. I was shocked how Saudis could tolerate censorship and also pen their name to such childish, facile opinions (thinking it was intelligent) and let it be known others. Then a few years later MySpace/Facebook/ Twitter came along and the rest is history...
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  184. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Pat Boyle
    I never believed in any of the Kennedy Assassination conspiracy theories. I bought the Warren Commission "lone gunman" theory. I just couldn't believe that the FBI and/or the CIA were part of a plot.

    But lately it has been shown, with little room for doubt, that the FBI has been captured by the Democrat party. Several FBI agents and Obama functionaries have been caught plotting against Trump. So I have taken some time to reexamine November 1963 in Dallas.

    I just read Roger Stone's book. Strozck and Page are FBI conspirators. That's clear. It's now easy to believe in other conspirators.

    It’s more useful to think of them as partisans than as holders of the offices that they clearly don’t care about, just like how Rumsfeld and Cheney would “alternate” positions in different administrations but clearly pursue similar ideological goals. Obama-appointed bureaucrats have activated as a seditious rebel clique, and are available for every news, TV and print media opportunity to pretend to be trashing the current administration from an objective and authoritative position.
    That simple lie you were insulted with much earlier –

    “17 agencies, representing the entire intelligence gathering and analyzing capability of the United States government, found that Trump colluded with Russia”

    – actually turns out to be

    “four (4) Obama-appointed bureaucrats who hate Trump agree that a Clinton campaign authored report, not an alphabet agency intelligence assessment, looks credible to them.”

    This is not considered to be a “lie” by the mainstream media. Therefore apply that math to your former lovers.
    There’s an argument that Strzok is CIA and Page, rather than being his lover, was his FBI handler. Strzok has a very unique background and is involved in a number of foreign policy things.
    There is a certain amount of anonymous griping from real spies about the ignorant nobodies and campaign donors who find themselves pretending to run our alphabet agencies. It’s not weaponizable for several reasons:
    >it’s anonymous, which lowers potential users to the spectacularly speculative level of NPR breathlessly speculating about the speculations of “sources familiar with his thinking.”
    >it’s sparse, because no matter how dumb your boss is, true professionals do not complain to outsiders the way the remnants of the Obama regime have been doing.

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  185. @eah
    The banner of the Twitter homepage of Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) looks like this:

    https://s26.postimg.cc/ujf5b0kvt/sen_murphy_CT.jpg

    How pathetic. That’s “Connecticut”? Really white guys like this should just cut off their junk–they aren’t men and don’t deserve to use it.

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    That’s “Connecticut”?
     
    Well, not completely. Bridgeport and environs are totally latino, and Fairfield County is full of expat (New Yorkers). There are still some goodwhites around Mystic I believe. They're trying hard to 'diversify'.
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  186. @Rosie

    Fakest poll ever.
     
    I'm suspicious as well. Homeschooling moms (almost always college-educated) certainly haven't cooled on Trump. I recognize they're not a representative sample, of course, but then that still proves the point that politics follows culture.

    It's theoretically possible that there is some sex-specific HBD factor at play, but even if that's true, there's nothing to be gained by alienating those segments of the White female voting public that are on board.

    Recent polls have indicated that Trump’s support has increased, I believe. The poll cited in this thread would have the Democrats winning 300+ seats in the House with those numbers.

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    According to this poll, 43% of "suburban White women" say they "strongly disapprove" of the border wall. That doesn't seem to square well with the claim that White college-educated women are abandoning the Republican Party.

    I suspect that number is higher among urban women, and lower among rural women. Women are definitely not of one mind on the issue. I suspect there is going to be a lot of gaslighting over the next few months. Trump's supporters need to find a way to ignore it and stay focused, difficult as that can be. I don't think this AJ thing would have happened if they weren't scared of a midterm rout. This seems like a very risky move to me, given that it tends to lend credence to his claims of a conspiracy.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1r8VQVNRi8rEe9yagylGtea-cT_hA8LOS/view

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  187. JSM says:
    @anonymous
    https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-gender-gap-among-midterm-voters-looks-huge-maybe-even-record-breaking/

    Give women the vote, they said. It'd be fine, they said.

    First of all, fivethirtyeight is a TOTAL joke. The day before the Nov 2016 election, it had Hillary winning at plus 90 percent.
    They’re in the tank for the Dems, and hope their “push polls” will GET them the result they want.

    So to take ANYTHING these clowns say at face value shows YOU to be the dupe.

    We hear in the reality-based community note that Working Class Women and Married White Women went for Trump BIGLY. Even more than single men.

    2nd, I live in Wyoming, the reddest of red states, gave Trump the largest percent vote of any state in America. You’ll note, our state motto is The Equality State. Because we’re the state that first granted women the right to vote, 150 plus years ago. But our women voted Trump.

    Why?
    Apropos of nothing, our Jewess population is far less than one percent.

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  188. Malcolm Y says:

    I would think the left would kinda love Alex Jones because he established his “conspiracy” credentials by covering and trying to crash fatcat love fests like the Bilderbergers etc.

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  189. whowhom says:

    Steve,

    Mark mentioned the Big Question @ 4:20

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  190. Rosie says:
    @AnotherDad
    I'm against #1 and #4, but #2 and #3 sound pretty good.

    I’m against #1 and #4, but #2 and #3 sound pretty good.

    Didn’t you hear? Liberalism is an all-or-nothing proposition.

    BTW, if you were a daughter born to a single mother, #2 and #3 wouldn’t sound any good at all.

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  191. JSM says:
    @Discordiax
    I smell sarcasm in CK's post.

    But I did check the link, because it's very possible that Cloudflare might pull DDOS protection, or that whatever tech contractor hosts the infowars.com domain dumps them.

    Right. That’s what happened to Daily Stormer.

    First they deplatformed him off Twitter.
    Then Cloudflare refused to protect him anymore from DDOS.
    Then they took away his domain name.

    All the while pointing out, the people on the right who cucked and didn’t defend HIS right to free speech, next they’ll be coming for YOU.

    As, we’re seeing with Alex Jones. First Twitter, next Cloudflare will refuse to protect, then pull his domain name.

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  192. J.Ross says: • Website

    OT Report on Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz being known to be unstable, but hidden and tolerated by authorities; school district is attacking journalist

    http://archive.is/gRpZX

    Here’s what Broward schools knew about Parkland shooter — details revealed by mistake
    by Brittany Wallman and Paula McMahon

    In the year leading up to the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, killer Nikolas Cruz was stripped of the therapeutic services disabled students need, leaving him to navigate his schooling as a regular student despite mounds of evidence that he wasn’t.
    When he asked to return to a special education campus, school officials fumbled his request.
    Those conclusions were revealed Friday in a consultant’s report commissioned by the Broward public school system. Broward Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer ordered that the report be released publicly, but with nearly two-thirds of the content blacked out.

    Without directly criticizing the schools, the consultant, the Collaborative Educational Network of Tallahassee, recommended that the district reconsider how cases like Cruz’s are handled. The recommendations suggest that Cruz could have been offered more help in his final two years in high school, leading up to the Feb. 14 shooting.

    So the Constitution needs to be torn up and scattered to the winds, but Scott Israel and the Broward school board can keep their jobs and, at their leisure, reconsider whether denying a student’s request for mental health help is a bright idea.

    The consultant found that the district largely followed the laws, providing special education to the shooter starting when he was 3 years old and had already been kicked out of day care.

    Wow. Just wow. I wonder if education professionals look at that as an example of early detection of problems working (right up to the point where the safety mechanisms were deliberately turned off), or if they want more early problem kids re-integrated into genpop.

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  193. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

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  194. Rosie says:
    @Lot
    How about some good news? Miller leading an effort that could slash citizenship grants by more than half by expanding the list of government welfare benefits that disqualify naturalization.

    https://media1.s-nbcnews.com/j/newscms/2018_32/2521646/180806-stephen-miller-mn-1400_7fe28788ed80f13f8a12fbdf747490f6.fit-760w.jpg

    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/immigration/now-trump-administration-wants-limit-citizenship-legal-immigrants-n897931

    Might be called the "Anti Life of Julia" rule.

    /ourjew/

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  195. Simon says:
    @Rosie
    A thought experiment regarding the Woman Question:

    Suppose you're ona road trip,and you make a wrong turn. You don't realize it until two hours later. Bearing in mind that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, do you turn back and take the route you originally planned, or do you plan a new route that gets you to your destination ASAP from where you are now?

    Now suppose you have a child in the back seat who may die if you don't get her to the hospital in time. What do you do then?

    Metaphors aside, I’m fascinated by the situation. It would make more sense dramatically if you were lost in the woods without a map and had taken the wrong trail.

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  196. @anonymous
    https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-gender-gap-among-midterm-voters-looks-huge-maybe-even-record-breaking/

    Give women the vote, they said. It'd be fine, they said.

    Give women the vote, they said. It’d be fine, they said.

    Except for decades, women voted more conservatively than did men, here, in the UK, and elsewhere. Men elected Wilson, who sent those too young to vote to their deaths.

    Only after men built up the welfare apparatus and a new generation of daughters grew up under it did women begin to support it more than men.

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    The radio, television and nationally distributed glossy magazines in the home helped pull women closer and closer to the worldview of those who produced the content.
    , @Prof. Woland
    If white men ever got their shit together and organized the first thing they would do is figure out that they pay for everything including most of the taxes and then start trying to get something for their money. I am well into my 50s and I have never once heard the statistics on this but I have to believe that we are similar to England where men pay something like 76% of all revenues which is directly inverse to the spending ratio. It almost sounds quaint but it would rock politics in a way that most smart white people never bother to comprehend. The reason the Tea Party got under people's skin so quickly is because they were playing with one of the two agents used in a binary chemical weapon; the other being race. without combining the two, it does not have much of an effect. Liberals and blacks got it right away. what is the point of power if you can't get any free shit?
    , @Mr. Anon

    Except for decades, women voted more conservatively than did men, here, in the UK, and elsewhere. Men elected Wilson, who sent those too young to vote to their deaths.
     
    Who elected Roosevelt through Nixon, all of whom did the same?

    Only after men built up the welfare apparatus and a new generation of daughters grew up under it did women begin to support it more than men.
     
    Or when it became the establishment point of view, women tended to support it more, as women tend to be more conformist.
    , @Anonymous

    Except for decades, women voted more conservatively than did men, here, in the UK, and elsewhere.
     
    You mention the U.K. so it's good to remember that Chamberlain wound up as prime minister in the 1930s entirely because of his popularity with women (who had been given the vote a few years earlier.) Chamberlain had no experience of foreign policy or international relations and had to learn everything on the job, with well-known consequences. But women loved him and that was all the mattered to the Conservative Party. (i.e. the original 'stupid party')
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  197. Rosie says:
    @ben tillman
    Recent polls have indicated that Trump's support has increased, I believe. The poll cited in this thread would have the Democrats winning 300+ seats in the House with those numbers.

    According to this poll, 43% of “suburban White women” say they “strongly disapprove” of the border wall. That doesn’t seem to square well with the claim that White college-educated women are abandoning the Republican Party.

    I suspect that number is higher among urban women, and lower among rural women. Women are definitely not of one mind on the issue. I suspect there is going to be a lot of gaslighting over the next few months. Trump’s supporters need to find a way to ignore it and stay focused, difficult as that can be. I don’t think this AJ thing would have happened if they weren’t scared of a midterm rout. This seems like a very risky move to me, given that it tends to lend credence to his claims of a conspiracy.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1r8VQVNRi8rEe9yagylGtea-cT_hA8LOS/view

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  198. @Whiskey
    Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men. Always have been always will be. Women want open borders. New conqueror to eliminate the beta males. Women want gun bans. Easier for Tyrone to bash the head in of White dudes. Women love the poz and freak shows like trannies and vote for Dems in massive number s. Open borders, no ICE, anti White stuff, and gun bans are the future thanks to women.

    See Rapefugees Welcome.

    Women want open borders.

    Today. They don’t have children to protect. The first federal elections after the 19th Amendment was passed gave us the Congresses that (partially) sealed the border in the first place. Women in those days were estimated to vote up to five percentage points above men for the restrictionist party.

    Women want gun bans.

    Those are bad for the individual, but good when applied to the state.

    Note that only one member of Congress voted against our entry into both World Wars. Montana’s greatest unappreciated gift to US politics

    …believed that Roosevelt deliberately provoked the Japanese to attack because he wanted to bring the U.S. into the European war against Germany; she was determined not to cooperate with the president’s plan. After a 40-minute debate on the floor of the House, a roll call vote began. When her turn came, Rankin stood and said, “As a woman, I can’t go to war and I refuse to send anyone else.”

    https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/jeanette-rankin-casts-sole-vote-against-wwii


    I can go either way on suffrage for women– I like the 30-year-period when states differed on this. But, come on guys, get the facts right.

    Had we only listened to this gal!

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    I can go either way on suffrage for women– I like the 30-year-period when states differed on this. But, come on guys, get the facts right.
     
    My priority is to return White men to a position of power from which they could disenfranchise me if they were so inclined. Whether they in fact oughtto do so or not is a matter to be determined at some point in the future, hopefully after careful consideration of all the facts and circumstances of the case, with a full opportunity for women to be heard in our defense.
    , @Rosie

    Today. They don’t have children to protect.
     
    BTW Reg, you shouldn't concede falsehoods. More women say immigration makes their life worse than better by a nearly 4:1 ratio, and that includes ALL women, not just White women. Whiskey needs to provide evidence of such extravagant claims.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DfBdFnSUwAAGFXG?format=jpg
    , @AndrewR
    How many people who were in Congress in 1917 were also in Congress in 1941?
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  199. @Reg Cæsar

    Give women the vote, they said. It’d be fine, they said.
     
    Except for decades, women voted more conservatively than did men, here, in the UK, and elsewhere. Men elected Wilson, who sent those too young to vote to their deaths.

    Only after men built up the welfare apparatus and a new generation of daughters grew up under it did women begin to support it more than men.

    The radio, television and nationally distributed glossy magazines in the home helped pull women closer and closer to the worldview of those who produced the content.

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    The radio, television and nationally distributed glossy magazines in the home helped pull women closer and closer to the worldview of those who produced the content.
     
    Calling it "content" is overly generous..
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  200. @Lot
    How about some good news? Miller leading an effort that could slash citizenship grants by more than half by expanding the list of government welfare benefits that disqualify naturalization.

    https://media1.s-nbcnews.com/j/newscms/2018_32/2521646/180806-stephen-miller-mn-1400_7fe28788ed80f13f8a12fbdf747490f6.fit-760w.jpg

    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/immigration/now-trump-administration-wants-limit-citizenship-legal-immigrants-n897931

    Might be called the "Anti Life of Julia" rule.

    This is excellent news. Border enforcement combined with restrictions and greater scrutiny on legal immigration will significantly slow the pace of demographic change. The Washington Post recently projected that this will delay minorities becoming the majority by 5 years, I think it could be delayed indefinitely. Under the new immigration system there will not be enough Latin Americans and Caribbeans coming in to increase their percentage. With the decline in Hispanic birth rates, it’s possible they could actually decline in areas that see a sharp drop in immigration.

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  201. Anonymous[356] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot
    Been thinking about this more, this could be the single most significant news on immigration in Trump's entire first term with the exception of killing the DACA amnesty.

    1. Congress doesn't have to approve, so it can actually happen.

    2. Virtually no economic migrants could become citizens since nearly all will have used at least 1 government benefit such as Medicaid or an Obamacare subsidy.

    3. Fewer third-world origin citizens means fewer Dem voters and fewer chain migration legal immigrants.

    4. A fair number of third world origin citizens are born to US citizens abroad. To take one common example, Ahmed the American who became a citizen from a W-Era refugee or visa lottery meets Betty Burkha online in Pakistan, marries her there, and knocks her up. Under Miller's proposal, Baby Burkha is not a US citizen because refugees like Ahmed almost all use welfare and would be barred from naturalization.

    5. This rule actually favors non-welfare using immigrants by knocking the welfare immigrants out of the naturalization line and subsequent chain migration waiting list. So high income immigrants who also don't lie about their income for the bennies win too entirely at the expense of the welfare migrants.

    So you’re saying this isn’t the usual Trump Derangement Syndrome. This is as good as they say it is?

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  202. Corvinus says:

    “Men elected Wilson, who sent those too young to vote to their deaths.”

    Gallant deaths, fighting for our liberty, compliments of the Central Powers, chiefly Germany. Did you skip parts in your American history class?

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    Gallant deaths, fighting for our liberty, compliments of the Central Powers
     
    No Corvinus.

    You ARE the problem.
    , @Neoconned
    Lol what liberty? The Kaisers military even at full strength never had the capability of invading the U.S. mainland.

    That KKK apologist (literally and openly) Woodrow Wilson set this country back 150 yrs in global politics and should have been hanged.....

    , @Mr. Anon

    Gallant deaths, fighting for our liberty, compliments of the Central Powers, chiefly Germany. Did you skip parts in your American history class?
     
    How does a drafted soldier, forced to go and fight and die or face prison or a firing-squad, increase the Worlds stock of liberty?

    In any other thread, under different context, you'd be putting in a good word for the Wobblies who were arrested for opposing the America's war effort. I guess they were enemies of liberty and deserved to be imprisoned, huh?

    You are such a predictably stupid establishment-toady left-liberal hack. If you were any more of a tool, you'd have "Craftsman" stamped on your forehead. Nitwit.
    , @Anon
    The above is your dumbest post yet.
    , @Le Autiste Corv
    American Exceptionalism Bien pensant super hero Corv can instantly transform from resentful ethnic white splainer to WASP apologist. Whig Power!
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  203. Maybe in a few years Ron can do an American Pravda article on it if he hasn’t been whacked by the Mossad first.

    I’m not sure provoking the worlds greatest terrorist state, founded on terrorism, is the path to longevity however…

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    I hope there is a backup copy easily downloaded with all the Unz stuff on it somewhere.
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  204. Corvinus says:
    @Whiskey
    Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men. Always have been always will be. Women want open borders. New conqueror to eliminate the beta males. Women want gun bans. Easier for Tyrone to bash the head in of White dudes. Women love the poz and freak shows like trannies and vote for Dems in massive number s. Open borders, no ICE, anti White stuff, and gun bans are the future thanks to women.

    See Rapefugees Welcome.

    “Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men. Always have been always will be.”

    No, that would be you, a Jew, or least so I am beaten over the head with on this fine blog.

    “Easier for Tyrone to bash the head in of White dudes. Women love the poz and freak shows like trannies and vote for Dems in massive number s. Open borders, no ICE, anti White stuff, and gun bans are the future thanks to women.”

    I wouldn’t believe it people like you existed until I read what you write. Then I just shake my head and say your parents really did a number on you.

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    Then I just shake my head and say your parents really did a number on you.
     
    It wasn't his parents. Whiskey is a jilted lover, and his beloved left him for another. Instead of moving along, he indulges himself in a self-pity party where he thinks his circumstances are universal.
    , @Mr. Anon

    I wouldn’t believe it people like you existed until I read what you write.
     
    Whereas I have no problem believing that trite, dull-witted hacks like you exist in abundance.
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  205. Rosie says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Women want open borders.
     
    Today. They don't have children to protect. The first federal elections after the 19th Amendment was passed gave us the Congresses that (partially) sealed the border in the first place. Women in those days were estimated to vote up to five percentage points above men for the restrictionist party.

    Women want gun bans.
     
    Those are bad for the individual, but good when applied to the state.

    Note that only one member of Congress voted against our entry into both World Wars. Montana's greatest unappreciated gift to US politics

    ...believed that Roosevelt deliberately provoked the Japanese to attack because he wanted to bring the U.S. into the European war against Germany; she was determined not to cooperate with the president’s plan. After a 40-minute debate on the floor of the House, a roll call vote began. When her turn came, Rankin stood and said, “As a woman, I can’t go to war and I refuse to send anyone else.”

    https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/jeanette-rankin-casts-sole-vote-against-wwii

    https://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/sites/default/files/styles/article-top/public/m-8683.jpg?itok=xsd1J7LY

    I can go either way on suffrage for women-- I like the 30-year-period when states differed on this. But, come on guys, get the facts right.

    Had we only listened to this gal!

    I can go either way on suffrage for women– I like the 30-year-period when states differed on this. But, come on guys, get the facts right.

    My priority is to return White men to a position of power from which they could disenfranchise me if they were so inclined. Whether they in fact oughtto do so or not is a matter to be determined at some point in the future, hopefully after careful consideration of all the facts and circumstances of the case, with a full opportunity for women to be heard in our defense.

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  206. I never cared much one way or another about Alex Jones. Now he is my hero and I will do what it takes to stay connected to him.

    I’m reminded of the company bulletin board when I was in the army. You would find a list of addresses of local whore houses under the title: OFF LIMITS

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  207. Alex Jones’ Infowars removed from LinkedIn and MailChimp, still up on Instagram and Twitter
    Alex Jones’s Infowars app is also still available on iOS App Store and Google Play store.
    AUGUST 7, 2018 1:02 PM PDT

    https://www.cnet.com/news/alex-jones-infowars-removed-linkedin-pinterest-still-up-on-instagram-twitter/

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  208. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Cagey Beast
    Maybe the JQ give us the answer to life, the universe and everything? Maybe it's not the golden key that opens all doors? Ever think of that?

    Anyway, Alex Jones did give the JQ a shot more than once. Here are some cackling Brooklynites pointing out one example. Jones is such a hambone that I end up laughing along with them, even though they want to abolish us.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwQ7og7cUgo

    The JQ is not only the only question, it’s not even the fundamental one. The fundamental question is whether the white race has the will to live, and if the answer is yes, the JQ is irrelevant, and if the answer is no, the JQ is also irrelevant. It’s interesting, and in the short term it relates to the “how” a lot, but all the Jews are doing or have ever done is to speed up a process that was inevitable anyway. They are a catalyst and an irritant, to be sure. But the deciding factor in the continuance or end of White civilization depends on Whites, and Whites only.

    Revilo P. Oliver figured that out in the sixties, and he was right.
    See Conspiracy or Degeneracy?, 1966

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    That sounds right to me. We can only really change ourselves and our own people.
    , @Anonymous
    You forgot to preface your pronouncements with "Dear Fellow White People"
    , @Buster Keaton’s Stunt Double

    The JQ is not only the only question, it’s not even the fundamental one. The fundamental question is whether the white race has the will to live, and if the answer is yes, the JQ is irrelevant, and if the answer is no, the JQ is also irrelevant.
     
    Heads I win, tails you lose, says the Jew.
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  209. The left wants to murder all the right wing websites but they are afraid and don’t want anybody seeing them do it. Why they started with info wars is subject to debate but the left did not have the balls to conduct a ‘night of the long knives’ so they picked on the loudest and easiest choice hoping to make an example out of them. My guess is that FB / Google / and the rest of them probably will regret this. They had a pretty good thing going and then they let politics get in the way.

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  210. @Rosie
    You

    So what you’re saying is women are an emotionally motivated and hypersensitive to social pressure, a herd animal, and it seems “college” is where this is burnished and internalized.
     
    Here you make the unwarranted assumption that college makes women more conformist. In fact, college is where women internalize norms. What those internalized norms will be depends entirely on who controls the institution.

    Elites certainly had no trouble manipulating French and German men into killing German men. The problem is the malicious elites, not women, and not men either.

    Here you make the unwarranted assumption that college makes women more conformist. In fact, college is where women internalize norms. What those internalized norms will be depends entirely on who controls the institution.

    How is that not the definition of conformist? How do you account for the fact that the trendline is so different for college men?

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    How is that not the definition of conformist? How do you account for the fact that the trendline is so different for college men?
     
    Seriously, can you read? I didn't say women aren't, as a general rule, more conformist than men. I said college doesn't make women more conformist.

    Besides, internalization and conformity (properly understood) are two different things. Conformity is external by nature. If you are living by norms that you have internalized, by definition you are not conforming.

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/conformity

    Now, if women can be persuaded to internalize anti-ethnocentric norms by an alien elite, why could they not be persuaded to accept ethnocentric norms by an indigenous elite?

    Somewhere over the rainbow, "Never again" will mean something very different in the popular imagination.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/rotherham-grooming-gang-sexual-abuse-muslim-islamist-racism-white-girls-religious-extremism-a8261831.html
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  211. Neoconned says:
    @Paul Yarbles
    Now they collude to suppress free speech, then they colluded to suppress free movement of workers...

    In 2010, a Justice Department investigation concluded that several companies shared confidential salary information to prevent bidding wars and promised not to call each other's staff.
     
    https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/apr/24/apple-google-settle-antitrust-lawsuit-hiring-collusion

    These anti-American corporations need to be reined in pronto.

    You know I think Jones is full of shit on 80% or more of his nonsense but even then why not ignore him? Why this sudden obsessive move to silence fringe nutters nobody listens to perjod?

    Time to use the Sherman Antitrust legislation to break up these quasi tech monopolies considering they’re acting in a colluding monopolist type political manner…..

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    Why this sudden obsessive move to silence fringe nutters nobody listens to
     
    It's a perfect strategy for guilt by association for one thing.

    "The only people we silence are fringe nutters!"

    Then they come after you and me.
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  212. El Dato says:
    @Corvinus
    "Men elected Wilson, who sent those too young to vote to their deaths."

    Gallant deaths, fighting for our liberty, compliments of the Central Powers, chiefly Germany. Did you skip parts in your American history class?

    Gallant deaths, fighting for our liberty, compliments of the Central Powers

    No Corvinus.

    You ARE the problem.

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  213. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnotherDad
    How pathetic. That's "Connecticut"? Really white guys like this should just cut off their junk--they aren't men and don't deserve to use it.

    That’s “Connecticut”?

    Well, not completely. Bridgeport and environs are totally latino, and Fairfield County is full of expat (New Yorkers). There are still some goodwhites around Mystic I believe. They’re trying hard to ‘diversify’.

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  214. Corn says:
    @Mr. Blank
    I've always regarded Alex Jones the same way as Louis Farrakhan: They're both batshit crazy loons, but I rather enjoy living in a country where people like that get an open microphone to blast out their nutty views to the entire world. I used to read the Nation of Islam's crazy-ass newspaper when I was in L.A. just because I liked that fact that a newspaper like that could actually get published in our country.

    Like everything worthwhile about America, it appears we'll be seeing less of that in the future.

    I was once in traffic when I saw a NOI member standing on the street corner with copies of the NOI newspaper. I was curious as well. Was tempted to hop out of my truck and ask him for a copy but I didn’t.

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  215. Anon[190] • Disclaimer says:
    @jJay
    Youtube banned Colin Flaherty a couple month ago. I might have read that here first but don't remember who posted it. But Thanks to whoever alerted me to this. His channel was taken away along with any money he could make. At that time I looked up "Colin Flaherty" and got just one on-topic video of a black guy defending Flaherty's ability to post on Youtube.

    There are several Colin Flaherty videos up again on Youtube, but not on a channel, of course.

    I don't mean to compare Flaherty to Jones, but I am interested in the thought process at Youtube. Jordan Peterson has asserted the Youtube is primarily a male domain. Not sure where he gets that data but it sounds reasonable. Could be that men like watching controversial content and Youtube gets screwed if they don't present it.

    Truth Undeniable Truth is posting new Colin vids from Minds.com, it is getting popular again so will likely be deplatformed soon.

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  216. @Corvinus
    "Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men. Always have been always will be."

    No, that would be you, a Jew, or least so I am beaten over the head with on this fine blog.

    "Easier for Tyrone to bash the head in of White dudes. Women love the poz and freak shows like trannies and vote for Dems in massive number s. Open borders, no ICE, anti White stuff, and gun bans are the future thanks to women."

    I wouldn't believe it people like you existed until I read what you write. Then I just shake my head and say your parents really did a number on you.

    Then I just shake my head and say your parents really did a number on you.

    It wasn’t his parents. Whiskey is a jilted lover, and his beloved left him for another. Instead of moving along, he indulges himself in a self-pity party where he thinks his circumstances are universal.

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  217. Neoconned says:
    @Corvinus
    "Men elected Wilson, who sent those too young to vote to their deaths."

    Gallant deaths, fighting for our liberty, compliments of the Central Powers, chiefly Germany. Did you skip parts in your American history class?

    Lol what liberty? The Kaisers military even at full strength never had the capability of invading the U.S. mainland.

    That KKK apologist (literally and openly) Woodrow Wilson set this country back 150 yrs in global politics and should have been hanged…..

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    "The Kaisers [sic] military even at full strength never had the capability of invading the U.S. mainland." Zimmermann Telegram? It seems that the German army wanted to use Mexico as a proxy even before the U.S. declared war.
    , @Corvinus
    "Lol what liberty?"

    The liberty for our merchant vessels not to blown out of the water as they journey to Europe.

    "That KKK apologist (literally and openly) Woodrow Wilson set this country back 150 yrs in global politics and should have been hanged…"

    In reality, his vision for a world peace organization was brilliant. As for hanging, he met his maker. God judged him, as he will you and me.
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  218. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Perspective
    I hope it will back fire immensely. It will probably mean an internet bill of rights will be passed at some point, this will allow Jones and other conservative platforms to build their audience and spread their message wider without the worry the sword of Damocles is hovering above them.

    It will probably mean an internet bill of rights will be passed at some point

    God only knows what leads you to this conclusion.

    It’s the diametric opposite of what’s going on.

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  219. @Anonymous
    The JQ is not only the only question, it's not even the fundamental one. The fundamental question is whether the white race has the will to live, and if the answer is yes, the JQ is irrelevant, and if the answer is no, the JQ is also irrelevant. It's interesting, and in the short term it relates to the "how" a lot, but all the Jews are doing or have ever done is to speed up a process that was inevitable anyway. They are a catalyst and an irritant, to be sure. But the deciding factor in the continuance or end of White civilization depends on Whites, and Whites only.


    Revilo P. Oliver figured that out in the sixties, and he was right.
    See Conspiracy or Degeneracy?, 1966

    That sounds right to me. We can only really change ourselves and our own people.

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  220. @Cagey Beast
    The radio, television and nationally distributed glossy magazines in the home helped pull women closer and closer to the worldview of those who produced the content.

    The radio, television and nationally distributed glossy magazines in the home helped pull women closer and closer to the worldview of those who produced the content.

    Calling it “content” is overly generous..

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  221. @Daniel H
    Don't leave out Connecticut governor Daniel Malloy, governor Phil Murphy of New Jersey or Gavin Newsom of California, a trio of libtard Irishmen. What worries me is that any of Daniel Malloy, Phil Murphy or Gavin Newsom could win the Democratic party presidential nomination in 2020. They are all competent and smart enough, and in the case of Murphy, extremely wealthy. They all express that cool liberal Irish charm that has bowled over the American people, time after time. It would be difficult for Trump to defeat any of them. Think of Ted Kennedy without any of the negative baggage. And just like Ted Kennedy they could be fatally destructive to the American nation and people. The zeal and drive of the Hillary faction but without the incompetency and corruption.

    Going forward, until the nomination is secure sometime in August 2020 I am not going to say anything negative about Kamala Harris. I will not mock or deride Harris, and I hope that whatever skeletons lay in the closest stay their until September 2020. I will say prays for Harris's good health and wellbeing. Kamala Harris for President, 2020.

    How is Gavin Newsom particularly culturally Irish? He is as Irish as every other white person in the U.S, about 1/3. His mother isn’t Irish at all and his father is only “mostly” Irish according to his bio.

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    Gavin Newsom identifies as Irish. More importantly, he acts Irish. Left Irish, that is. It's an odd phenomena, people with just a small portion of Irish blood very often strongly identify as Irish. But what matters, Newsom projects that cool Irish charm, as I mentioned.

    Wasp's or other ethnic's don't seem to be able to pull this charm off. This is why I have always thought of Bill Clinton as an Irish politician, and he claimed some Irish identity. Just contrast him or any other cool Irish pol with George W, JEB, John Corzine, Chris Christy, Al Gore or many others. Clinton had/has a charm that these others couldn't come close to. And, of course, Hillary is thoroughly WASP as regards charm. She was pretty much gifted the presidency two times but she managed to lose. It takes a charmless schoolmarm to do that.

    Newsom, Malloy, Phil Murphy, Chris Murphy or some other cool Irish pol are Trump's most serious potential adversaries. I think that Trump would wipe the floor with Harris, Booker or Andrew Cuomo and most other Democrats. I am pulling for the train wreck Kamala Harris to win the Democratic party nomination. Go Kamala.

    , @Reg Cæsar

    How is Gavin Newsom particularly culturally Irish? He is as Irish as every other white person in the U.S, about 1/3.
     
    Only one of his three California parents is Irish.

    https://verdict.justia.com/2013/10/15/california-allows-children-two-legal-parents
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  222. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Zogby
    This is a fault line where the the government should take criminal anti-trust action against these companies.
    First amendment proponents would have it that these corporations are private organizations, so their 1st amendent rights protect them from the government intervening. But the First amendement is there because of the recognition that the government enjoys a certain monopoly power, and it is designed to protect weak individuals from that power. When private corporations accumulate monopoly power that rivals government and use that power against the individual - the rationale of the First amendment turns upside down. It is used to protect the strong from government when the strong misuses power against the weak. It's never been recognized that government is prohibited from acting against the strong to protect the weak simply because of the government's own strength. If that were the case then governement would be prohibited from anything - even criminalizing murder for instance.

    What you may be forgetting is that Nazis don’t have rights.

    And Nazis is what we call people we don’t like. HTH.

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  223. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Neoconned
    You know I think Jones is full of shit on 80% or more of his nonsense but even then why not ignore him? Why this sudden obsessive move to silence fringe nutters nobody listens to perjod?

    Time to use the Sherman Antitrust legislation to break up these quasi tech monopolies considering they're acting in a colluding monopolist type political manner.....

    Why this sudden obsessive move to silence fringe nutters nobody listens to

    It’s a perfect strategy for guilt by association for one thing.

    “The only people we silence are fringe nutters!”

    Then they come after you and me.

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    It’s a perfect strategy for guilt by association for one thing.

    “The only people we silence are fringe nutters!”

    Then they come after you and me.
     

    True, and then fringe nutters like @AntlitzGrollheim certainly don't exactly make us seem like reasonable moderates.
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  224. @Rosie
    I'm sure it has something to do with liberalism going back to the French Revolution. It was written in the book of Fate from the Declaration of the Rights of Man that Alex Jones would be scrubbed off the Internet.

    The only solution is to reinstate at least the following:

    (1) absolute hereditary monarchy
    (2) coverture
    (3) legal disability of "bastards"
    (4) serfdom

    Failing these actions, any attempt to secure the right to tweet will fail and we'll just wind up in the same place we are now.

    Finally, a sensible comment.

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  225. Anon[340] • Disclaimer says:

    Are you guys ready to talk secession now? We could just have our own country where we run things for our benefit, you know. No more censorship, no more illegal wars, no more controlled media…

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    Are you guys ready to talk secession now? We could just have our own country where we run things for our benefit, you know. No more censorship, no more illegal wars, no more controlled media…
     
    That idea is retarded. As soon as you create that country (good luck getting it Judenrein), even if you did someone is going to enable Chaim Migration because not doing so is the equivalent of the Holocaust. Then you get Hart Celler and the same predicament.

    No, fight for the territory you have.

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  226. @anon

    Facebook.
    Apple.
    Google.
     
    He was also banned by Spotify, which completes the sentence:

    Alex Jones banned by FAGS.

    Now it all makes sense.

    !

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  227. meh says:
    @snorlax
    Wasn't trying to convince you, just pointing out the flaw in your reasoning to others.

    Not my argument. Though don’t let yourself completely missing the point stop you from posting irrelevant rejoinders.

    Wasn’t trying to convince you, just pointing out the flaw in your reasoning to others.

    He literally was not making that argument, yet you still insist on pretending that he was.

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  228. @Altai
    OT: Here is John Hamm to teach us about 'white thoughts' (Ie, white self-interest or opinions/perspectives.) It's worse than you're imagining I can guarantee. Also white people don't exist but fuck those 'people who think they're white' like Americans with Irish and Scandinavian ancestry...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6m0oMrMUiWQ

    I'm confused why Germans aren't mentioned since they're the largest European ethnicity in the US. I suppose it's part of American media's general denial of it's German heritage post WWII despite German surnames being inescapable in the US, like say John Hamm. And why 'Scandinavians' are all just one group by the same logic? And what about Anglo Americans?

    This is pure Sailer bait, if the coalition of the fringes isn't yet strong enough on it's own perhaps the core can be broken up some more. You have no legitimate collective or ethnic interests white people, also if you did, you don't exist!

    They've been banging on about 'white people' longer than there has been a proper sense of 'whiteness' (Perhaps a key part in bringing it about) in the US. At the end of the day god is dead so religion isn't a barrier to socialisation or intermarriage and there just hasn't been so much immigration of white people to the US. If you see a white person in the US the overwhelming chances are they are American. (Unless they are a Tracksuit-American but their numbers are pretty small)

    The video is also disingenuous inasmuch as the same people would deny Italy or Ireland or Sweden the right to protect the territorial space for the expression of their own people and cultures the video seems to think are so special and interesting. I have a deep suspicion they'd claim ethnic Irish people don't exist in Ireland but that 'Irish-American' is a hereditary condition.

    It's actually something that struck me as funny, Americans always find foreign white people so interesting despite because it's the only Western country with high immigration with so few white immigrants.

    Watched it twice and still not sure if meta-trolling. The solution to whiteness is to put on blackface and culturally appropriate black dance moves?

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    There's so many layers or irony and snark in there it's hard to know, we've reached the point where nobody seriously takes post-modernism seriously, not even post-modernists. The end scene seems to indicate that, but the fact that anyone is comfortable making that says something.

    The show it's from is highly surrealist, but I think the underlying sentiment is clear and necessary for anyone to have written it. It reminds me a lot of the Eric Andre Show. But judging from the comments of HBO, reviewers and the makers, it isn't quite 'lolz guys, chill out post-modernism has ruined black social movements'. I think the snark and irony is just reflection of the generation of people making it, not dissimilar to the alt-right.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Random_Acts_of_Flyness#Reception

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYadBZIace4
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  230. Rosie says:
    @anonymous

    You’d be well-advised to bite your tongue the next few months.
     
    That is not how blackmail works. Blackmail needs you to be in power. You won't be soon: see Latinas.

    How well will women like you fare without White men to pedestal you? In a sea of browns and blacks? Maybe you should be learning to bite your overdeveloped sense of entitlement.

    That is not how blackmail works. Blackmail needs you to be in power.

    Telling someone to STFU for their own good is not blackmail; it’s just good advice.

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  231. @anon

    Facebook.
    Apple.
    Google.
     
    He was also banned by Spotify, which completes the sentence:

    Alex Jones banned by FAGS.

    Now it all makes sense.

    Thanks, I’ll use that.

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  232. @Svigor

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.
     
    Utilitarianism is no defense?

    Utilitarianism is no defense?

    Only if you’re Bentham or Mill.

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  233. Bubba says:
    @Mr. Blank
    I've always regarded Alex Jones the same way as Louis Farrakhan: They're both batshit crazy loons, but I rather enjoy living in a country where people like that get an open microphone to blast out their nutty views to the entire world. I used to read the Nation of Islam's crazy-ass newspaper when I was in L.A. just because I liked that fact that a newspaper like that could actually get published in our country.

    Like everything worthwhile about America, it appears we'll be seeing less of that in the future.

    I agree – let people know how crazy you are through any platform. You remind me of when I did a 6 month oilfield contract job in Saudi 25 years ago and read their English translated newspapers. It was quite an eye opener for me since the AP stories & pictures were censored and their editorial pages were written by intellectual dolts. I was shocked how Saudis could tolerate censorship and also pen their name to such childish, facile opinions (thinking it was intelligent) and let it be known others. Then a few years later MySpace/Facebook/ Twitter came along and the rest is history…

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  234. Rosie says:
    @Anonymous

    Why this sudden obsessive move to silence fringe nutters nobody listens to
     
    It's a perfect strategy for guilt by association for one thing.

    "The only people we silence are fringe nutters!"

    Then they come after you and me.

    It’s a perfect strategy for guilt by association for one thing.

    “The only people we silence are fringe nutters!”

    Then they come after you and me.

    True, and then fringe nutters like @AntlitzGrollheim certainly don’t exactly make us seem like reasonable moderates.

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  235. Daniel H says:
    @S. Anonyia
    How is Gavin Newsom particularly culturally Irish? He is as Irish as every other white person in the U.S, about 1/3. His mother isn't Irish at all and his father is only "mostly" Irish according to his bio.

    Gavin Newsom identifies as Irish. More importantly, he acts Irish. Left Irish, that is. It’s an odd phenomena, people with just a small portion of Irish blood very often strongly identify as Irish. But what matters, Newsom projects that cool Irish charm, as I mentioned.

    Wasp’s or other ethnic’s don’t seem to be able to pull this charm off. This is why I have always thought of Bill Clinton as an Irish politician, and he claimed some Irish identity. Just contrast him or any other cool Irish pol with George W, JEB, John Corzine, Chris Christy, Al Gore or many others. Clinton had/has a charm that these others couldn’t come close to. And, of course, Hillary is thoroughly WASP as regards charm. She was pretty much gifted the presidency two times but she managed to lose. It takes a charmless schoolmarm to do that.

    Newsom, Malloy, Phil Murphy, Chris Murphy or some other cool Irish pol are Trump’s most serious potential adversaries. I think that Trump would wipe the floor with Harris, Booker or Andrew Cuomo and most other Democrats. I am pulling for the train wreck Kamala Harris to win the Democratic party nomination. Go Kamala.

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  236. @AndrewR
    She wasn't referring to real socialism. She meant a capitalistic "social democracy" à la Suède: single-payer healthcare, a higher minimum wage, a stronger government entitlement system, etc. She was saying "let's try to get what we really want instead of trying to avoid upsetting Republicans."

    She wasn’t referring to real socialism.

    Because she’s stupid, or lying. Folle, or knavess.

    She meant a capitalistic “social democracy” à la Suède: single-payer healthcare, a higher minimum wage, a stronger government entitlement system, etc.

    A system favored both by Jews and those obsessed with opposing Jews. Which makes me even more suspicious than it would just by itself.

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    I don't believe in minimum wage laws but single-payer would be a vast improvement over what we have now.
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  237. Hank Yobo says:
    @Neoconned
    Lol what liberty? The Kaisers military even at full strength never had the capability of invading the U.S. mainland.

    That KKK apologist (literally and openly) Woodrow Wilson set this country back 150 yrs in global politics and should have been hanged.....

    “The Kaisers [sic] military even at full strength never had the capability of invading the U.S. mainland.” Zimmermann Telegram? It seems that the German army wanted to use Mexico as a proxy even before the U.S. declared war.

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    And with all due respect you honestly think Mexico's divided forces could have united long enough to retake the Mexican Cession, Gadsden Purchase and the Texas Annexation?
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  238. @S. Anonyia
    How is Gavin Newsom particularly culturally Irish? He is as Irish as every other white person in the U.S, about 1/3. His mother isn't Irish at all and his father is only "mostly" Irish according to his bio.

    How is Gavin Newsom particularly culturally Irish? He is as Irish as every other white person in the U.S, about 1/3.

    Only one of his three California parents is Irish.

    https://verdict.justia.com/2013/10/15/california-allows-children-two-legal-parents

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  239. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Might be called the “Anti Life of Julia” rule.
     
    That picture might be called "Reservoir Dogs".

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

    Yeah, he may be the best person in the admin but he’s really got that ‘sleazy coke dealer’ affect going on. Not sure what can be done about that.

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  240. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Altai
    OT: Here is John Hamm to teach us about 'white thoughts' (Ie, white self-interest or opinions/perspectives.) It's worse than you're imagining I can guarantee. Also white people don't exist but fuck those 'people who think they're white' like Americans with Irish and Scandinavian ancestry...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6m0oMrMUiWQ

    I'm confused why Germans aren't mentioned since they're the largest European ethnicity in the US. I suppose it's part of American media's general denial of it's German heritage post WWII despite German surnames being inescapable in the US, like say John Hamm. And why 'Scandinavians' are all just one group by the same logic? And what about Anglo Americans?

    This is pure Sailer bait, if the coalition of the fringes isn't yet strong enough on it's own perhaps the core can be broken up some more. You have no legitimate collective or ethnic interests white people, also if you did, you don't exist!

    They've been banging on about 'white people' longer than there has been a proper sense of 'whiteness' (Perhaps a key part in bringing it about) in the US. At the end of the day god is dead so religion isn't a barrier to socialisation or intermarriage and there just hasn't been so much immigration of white people to the US. If you see a white person in the US the overwhelming chances are they are American. (Unless they are a Tracksuit-American but their numbers are pretty small)

    The video is also disingenuous inasmuch as the same people would deny Italy or Ireland or Sweden the right to protect the territorial space for the expression of their own people and cultures the video seems to think are so special and interesting. I have a deep suspicion they'd claim ethnic Irish people don't exist in Ireland but that 'Irish-American' is a hereditary condition.

    It's actually something that struck me as funny, Americans always find foreign white people so interesting despite because it's the only Western country with high immigration with so few white immigrants.

    Not watching but remember Jon Hamm got famous by trashing white people along with his marionette operator Matthew Weiner.

    This is the principal purpose of actors and actresses in today’s world.

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  241. Rosie says:
    @Cloudbuster
    Here you make the unwarranted assumption that college makes women more conformist. In fact, college is where women internalize norms. What those internalized norms will be depends entirely on who controls the institution.

    How is that not the definition of conformist? How do you account for the fact that the trendline is so different for college men?

    How is that not the definition of conformist? How do you account for the fact that the trendline is so different for college men?

    Seriously, can you read? I didn’t say women aren’t, as a general rule, more conformist than men. I said college doesn’t make women more conformist.

    Besides, internalization and conformity (properly understood) are two different things. Conformity is external by nature. If you are living by norms that you have internalized, by definition you are not conforming.

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/conformity

    Now, if women can be persuaded to internalize anti-ethnocentric norms by an alien elite, why could they not be persuaded to accept ethnocentric norms by an indigenous elite?

    Somewhere over the rainbow, “Never again” will mean something very different in the popular imagination.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/rotherham-grooming-gang-sexual-abuse-muslim-islamist-racism-white-girls-religious-extremism-a8261831.html

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  242. For years at this site & elsewhere I’ve been accurately pointing out that cons do it wrong on key issues. Enabling illegal immigration should be difficult, but cons have made it easy for many by pushing crazy plans using crazy arguments. They enabled Trump rather than demanding better from him. As a result, we’ve got a pro-amnesty president who pushes a “wall” that would be torn down as soon as he leaves office.

    The con use of censorship is like that. For a tangible example, Watson (Alex Jones 2nd in command) pushed an anti-censorship petition. Except, he restricted the audience to “alternative voices”. In reality, TWTR censors all kinds of users (see the real data at my name’s link).

    TWTR censors about as many libs as cons. They also censor Target customers & Mike Trout fans. Pointing out that all non-verified users are at risk would nearly destroy TWTR. Instead of doing that, Watson & Jones only thought of themselves. They shrunk the tent, helping TWTR. Their petition only got 15k sigs.

    All these problems are self-caused: instead of opposing censorship in smart, big tent ways – truly opposing censorship – they only opposed censorship of those who agree with them and they just used the issue for shtick. In so doing, they harm millions of people, but don’t expect them to feel any shame no matter how much it costs them.

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  243. Rosie says:
    @notanon

    It’s theoretically possible that there is some sex-specific HBD factor at play
     
    pictures of crying babies at the border

    but it's HBD + media manipulation - if the same media showed the crying children of people killed by illegals the graph would reverse

    pictures of crying babies at the border

    but it’s HBD + media manipulation – if the same media showed the crying children of people killed by illegals the graph would reverse

    Exactly, or pictures of dead little French girls murdered by terrorists.

    https://goo.gl/images/wV9EmA

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  244. L Woods says:
    @notanon

    Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men.
     
    divide and rule

    Nah, nature did that for us. There’s a reason why women are subjugated and distrusted by every successful civilization — they’re natural traitors.

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    I wouldn't say that they are "traitors", but, basically, their character is that they side with the winner (whether he's morally right or wrong, doesn't matter to them). So yes, they can switch allegiances on a whim, depending on who appears to be winning at a given time, so they are not to be trusted.
    , @Anon
    So Muslim countries must be the most functional in the world
    , @Rosie

    Nah, nature did that for us. There’s a reason why women are subjugated and distrusted by every successful civilization — they’re natural traitors.
     
    With enemies like this, I'd say you don't need friends, Woodbrains.

    https://www.vox.com/2016/5/25/11682950/fisher-supreme-court-white-women-affirmative-action
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  245. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Svigor

    “Attack your own women, goy. They’re your real enemy.”
     
    Your defense of women isn't a very good one (at least it wasn't in the stuff I skimmed, which admittedly wasn't much. I don't mean that in a dismissive way - I'm just not very interested in the topic ATM), because the fact is the female vote is deleterious, and always has been.

    But you're very much on point with this.


    Come to think of it, this whole conversation demonstrates how easy it is to manipulate educated men.
     
    A Hell of a lot of white men will throw anyone, I mean anyone under the bus before they'll throw the Jews under it. It's just cowardice, compliance, and conformity - nothing mysterious about it. Playing on this is Whiskey's (Neocon, New York) schtick.

    A Hell of a lot of white men will throw anyone, I mean anyone under the bus before they’ll throw the Jews under it.

    Nearly everyone in the country will throw anyone, I mean anyone, under the bus before they’ll admit the first thing about God’s Chosen People, who are sacred. They’ve been indoctrinated from the crib onward, and nothing but nothing is more important.

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  246. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @L Woods
    The entire argument is specious and moot. Female empowerment is not objectionable merely for what it does, but for what it is. Tying a man’s fortunes and social standing to the whims and feelings of humanity’s intellectually and morally inferior half is intrinsically repellent.

    Being an asshat to women is not the way to do anything positive for our race. Revilo Oliver was no one’s idea of a moderate, but he always had a witty and correct response to mysogynistic statements taht didn’t demean any female readers.

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  247. Rosie says:
    @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    If by that you mean not attacking women, then yes that’s true. You can’t win women over by attacking them.

    On the other hand, if you mean abandoning nationalism, then that is not true. You can sell nationalism to women without even talking about women, as Trump has proven. Trump has already mapped out the new route that I’m talking about. The fact that college-educated women don’t support is unfortunate for the time being, but irrelevant in the long term.
     
    I don't know about this - the left and the media is able to win over lots of white women by attacking them and their "privilege" and making them feel bad for being white and thereby causing harm to minorities.

    But we're in the current predicament precisely because the franchise was extended to women - there's no denying this. Women are dispositionally amenable to emotional appeals - show them a dead brown child on a beach and they'll open the gates to millions of hostile military aged men.

    Of the people I speak with casually in regards to politics and policy it's easiest to make the nationalist case by saying that I don't want my (white) children and nieces and nephews to be hated minorities in their own nation subject to retributive punishment and harassment. The problem here of course is the high rate of nulliparity among white women - they don't have and don't want "posterity" of their own, so they don't believe that they have a stake in the future of the United States.

    But we’re in the current predicament precisely because the franchise was extended to women – there’s no denying this.

    This may be true, but as I mentioned in another thread. There would have been no Black Death but for agriculture. That doesn’t mean you should abolish agriculture!

    In the past I have used the analogy of a three-legged stool. Imagine White genocide is a green-eyed monster sitting on a stool with three legs. One leg is women’s outgroup empathy. Another leg is male wealth-building instincts. (For the sake of neutrality, I won’t call it greed.). A third leg is a manipulative and hostile media. You need only break one leg of the stool, and the green monster falls.

    Women are dispositionally amenable to emotional appeals – show them a dead brown child on a beach and they’ll open the gates to millions of hostile military aged men.

    Who is “they”? Remember, only women who toe the line ever get their hands on the megaphone.

    The problem here of course is the high rate of nulliparity among white women – they don’t have and don’t want “posterity” of their own, so they don’t believe that they have a stake in the future of the United States

    OK, but then wouldn’t a more fitting remedy be disenfranchisement of childless women only?

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  248. AndrewR says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    She wasn’t referring to real socialism.
     
    Because she's stupid, or lying. Folle, or knavess.

    She meant a capitalistic “social democracy” à la Suède: single-payer healthcare, a higher minimum wage, a stronger government entitlement system, etc.
     
    A system favored both by Jews and those obsessed with opposing Jews. Which makes me even more suspicious than it would just by itself.

    I don’t believe in minimum wage laws but single-payer would be a vast improvement over what we have now.

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    I don’t believe in minimum wage laws but single-payer would be a vast improvement over what we have now.
     
    That would depend on who the single payer was, since he'll be calling the tune.

    Minimum wages, though, are an absolute must for immigrants. They should pay for their own health care, and ours as well.
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  249. Bliss says:
    @AndrewR
    Lol Rogan is a total cuck. He actually and unironically said "not all Trump supporters are racist but all racists are Trump supporters." To Rogan, apparently, hatred of whites is not racism. I lost all respect for him when he said that.

    Whadda buncha hypocrites. If fake news is bad news (which it is) then why the hell are you all defending this bullshit artist Alex Jones?

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    Alex Jones is obviously a con artist, but he's our con artist. Is Jewtubetwitterbook banning leftist charlatans and rhetorical arsonists? Are BLM promoters being shut down for promoting the HANDS UP DON'T SHOOT lie? Of course not. You can think Jones is utter scum (and I do) and still see how this is bad for us.
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  250. @Charles Pewitt
    Chris Murphy is a horrible Leprechaun shyster rat from the Northeastern portion of the United States.

    I love Irish people, I have Irish ancestry. I have an ancestor named Owen Sullivan. Owen Sullivan was born in 1802 in Tennessee and he married a woman named Elizabeth Lampley. Both Sullivan and Lampley had North Carolina connections. The Lampley people had connections to Barbados and Pennsylvania. Lampley brings in the Beezer crowd. Don't forget the Daubney people.

    The Daubney people and the Normans knew how to handle Saxons, you Irish dopes!

    I LOVE THE IRISH!

    But wonderful and proud Irish people must admit that some of the Irish politicians and Irish people are no good bastard RATS! DAMMIT!

    Joe Crowley just got his fat Irish ass handed to him by a Puerto Rican from a nice town up the Hudson river and he will still shill for the Democrat Party. This woman looks mostly Spaniard to me and her whole phucking act is only slightly worse than that Irish and Italian Armand Assante playing a Spaniard Puerto Rican in some Sidney Lumet movie.

    Irish politicians in the Democrat Party are phucking notorious for pushing open borders mass immigration and amnesty for illegal alien invaders.

    Joe Biden, Joe Crowley, Chris Murphy and all the rest of the Irish shyster politicians are going the way of the dodo bird in the Democrat Party and it seems like they want to take the rest of us down with them in some kind of horribly vindictive Celtic scheme of pure evil.

    But wonderful and proud Irish people must admit that some of the Irish politicians and Irish people are no good bastard RATS! DAMMIT!

    If Ron Unz’s survey of the literature is correct, the Kennedy brothers may well have been assassinated by Israeli terrorists and/or state actors. If Irish pols are rats, they certainly were punished (for unrelated reasons).

    WASP rats like the Bush family, have never suffered a millisecond of punishment, unless you count “Please clap,” Neil Bush’s hooker humiliation and “George Bush doesn’t care about black people.”

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  251. Anonym says:
    @Svigor
    Keep in mind that regimes as slick as this one don't crack down out of supreme confidence. They crack down when something has them scared shitless. Trumpism and the altright have them scared shitless. The slow-moving battle we're fighting right now is the war itself, like Stalingrad. We win this and we break through their lines and start gobbling up territory. The regime is exposing their hand and cracking down because they know this.

    I think it’s likely important to offer a safe path of retreat to the elite. Our backs are against the wall, we don’t want them to feel that way.

    I am somewhat surprised that they haven’t implemented a false flag operation to create the problem for Problem Reaction Solution. This Alex Jones thing seems like a trial balloon.

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  252. @J1234

    Jones is such a hambone that I end up laughing along with them, even though they want to abolish us.
     
    I think Jones expects you to laugh. He's a showman who uses antics to draw people in. He has some weird ideas that he's sincere about, of course, but his pro wrestling style rants on any subject are probably intended for entertainment. Watching Jones is a bit like watching an old Orson Welles movie - you wade through the weirdness because there occasionally may be something of value that you don't find in conventional offerings...even if it's only a perspective. I rarely watch him, but I have found some of the presentations with Roger Stone interesting.

    I’d forgotten how Alex Jones and Roger Stone stormed the Young Turks set at the Republican National Convention:

    There’s Lou-Anne, Anna Kasparian and all the rest. In a way, this was the first day of the Trump era.

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  253. Anonymous[242] • Disclaimer says:
    @notanon

    Let’s hope the next frontier is soon, I miss the madness.
     
    if Trump doesn't impose the 1A on the social media giants i expect the current censorship wave will provide enough incentive to create an alt-internet in fairly short order

    if Trump doesn’t impose the 1A on the social media giants i expect the current censorship wave will provide enough incentive to create an alt-internet in fairly short order

    I’ve switched to bing as of yesterday. Image search is a bit clunkier, it’s not as good as google generally, but I’ve noticed that they seem to be weighting search results against politics they don’t like, in the last year approximately.

    Any suggestions welcome.

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    We need better alternatives, that's for certain. Bing is marginally functional, and Goog is absolutely shameless at how they 'disappear' things they don't like.
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  254. Anonym says:
    @Stan d Mute
    Maybe in a few years Ron can do an American Pravda article on it if he hasn’t been whacked by the Mossad first.

    I’m not sure provoking the worlds greatest terrorist state, founded on terrorism, is the path to longevity however...

    I hope there is a backup copy easily downloaded with all the Unz stuff on it somewhere.

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  255. Anonym says:
    @Anon
    Are you guys ready to talk secession now? We could just have our own country where we run things for our benefit, you know. No more censorship, no more illegal wars, no more controlled media...

    Are you guys ready to talk secession now? We could just have our own country where we run things for our benefit, you know. No more censorship, no more illegal wars, no more controlled media…

    That idea is retarded. As soon as you create that country (good luck getting it Judenrein), even if you did someone is going to enable Chaim Migration because not doing so is the equivalent of the Holocaust. Then you get Hart Celler and the same predicament.

    No, fight for the territory you have.

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  256. @shextons
    plenty of wasps doing the same thing. for every Ted Kennedy there is a Joe mccarthy , for every Chris Murphy there is a Steve Bannon. the wasp elite are bigger sellout's than some working class Irish guys

    Outside the South, the Anglo-Saxon Protestants were defeated two generations ago. They’re not sellouts; they’re drunken Indians living on their reservations.

    In the South, it’s not like that.

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  257. @Cagey Beast
    But telling people the truth may not mean saying what you, personally, are thinking. Guys who think it's always about the Jews get angry when anyone comes up with a different explanation. They're certain the other person's a sellout or coward, otherwise they'd "name the Jew". It's almost always a waste of time talking to people that certain of everything.

    “It” is always about the Jews, if “it” is our current predicament in which we favor non-self over self instead of favoring self over non-self. If “it” is someone putting pepper in your grits or overcooking Uncle Leo”s hamburger, there might not be an ethnic/racial dimension.

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  258. Corvinus says:
    @Neoconned
    Lol what liberty? The Kaisers military even at full strength never had the capability of invading the U.S. mainland.

    That KKK apologist (literally and openly) Woodrow Wilson set this country back 150 yrs in global politics and should have been hanged.....

    “Lol what liberty?”

    The liberty for our merchant vessels not to blown out of the water as they journey to Europe.

    “That KKK apologist (literally and openly) Woodrow Wilson set this country back 150 yrs in global politics and should have been hanged…”

    In reality, his vision for a world peace organization was brilliant. As for hanging, he met his maker. God judged him, as he will you and me.

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    The liberty for our merchant vessels not to blown out of the water as they journey to Europe.
     
    Oh, I see... the one percent.

    No, wait... shipping magnates. The one percent of the one percent.

    If Germany's excuse for sinking the Lusitania was so bad, why did we dust it off and use it ourselves for our mass bombing of women and children after the next war? You know, that one that Wilson's petty vindictiveness helped sow the seeds of?

    In reality, his vision for a world peace organization was brilliant.
     
    Fifty years ago, everyone in America, including us grade-school kids, could tell you who headed up the UN. Now, I kind of doubt it. I sure can't-- is it still that Koffee guy? The Korean fellow? Who cares?

    Wilson's pacific legacy is moribund. His martial legacy lives on.

    Did you skip parts in your American history class?
     
    The teachers themselves skipped the parts about Harding's demobilization and Hoover's saving millions from famine.

    Gallant deaths, fighting for our liberty, compliments of the Central Powers, chiefly Germany.

     

    As with most wars, praise the soldiers and damn the leaders.
    , @Neoconned
    So the small amount of war material they sunk justifies a full on war and conscription?

    If the UK say was shipping war materials to Mexico in a USA vs Mexican war would we be justified in sinking UK ships arming our enemies even if they were technically neutral?
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  259. @Reg Cæsar

    Give women the vote, they said. It’d be fine, they said.
     
    Except for decades, women voted more conservatively than did men, here, in the UK, and elsewhere. Men elected Wilson, who sent those too young to vote to their deaths.

    Only after men built up the welfare apparatus and a new generation of daughters grew up under it did women begin to support it more than men.

    If white men ever got their shit together and organized the first thing they would do is figure out that they pay for everything including most of the taxes and then start trying to get something for their money. I am well into my 50s and I have never once heard the statistics on this but I have to believe that we are similar to England where men pay something like 76% of all revenues which is directly inverse to the spending ratio. It almost sounds quaint but it would rock politics in a way that most smart white people never bother to comprehend. The reason the Tea Party got under people’s skin so quickly is because they were playing with one of the two agents used in a binary chemical weapon; the other being race. without combining the two, it does not have much of an effect. Liberals and blacks got it right away. what is the point of power if you can’t get any free shit?

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  260. Dumbo says:
    @L Woods
    Nah, nature did that for us. There’s a reason why women are subjugated and distrusted by every successful civilization — they’re natural traitors.

    I wouldn’t say that they are “traitors”, but, basically, their character is that they side with the winner (whether he’s morally right or wrong, doesn’t matter to them). So yes, they can switch allegiances on a whim, depending on who appears to be winning at a given time, so they are not to be trusted.

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    I wouldn’t say that they are “traitors”, but, basically, their character is that they side with the winner (whether he’s morally right or wrong, doesn’t matter to them). So yes, they can switch allegiances on a whim, depending on who appears to be winning at a given time, so they are not to be trusted.
     
    Evidence? It seems to me the elites go to a great deal of trouble appealing to the moral sensibilities of White women. Why do that if we don't care about morality?
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  261. @Reg Cæsar

    Dead-eyed thugs on the basketball court are what Connecticut is all about.
     
    And they lost their hockey franchise to Raleigh, of all places, via Greensboro, of all places. That has to be the second-weirdest move in sports, after the Toronto-to-Birmingham WHA shift of 1976.

    However, that is less of a black mark against Connecticut than it is against North Carolina which, like several of her Southern neighbors, mysteriously drops her opposition to socialism when it comes to sports facilities.

    And they lost their hockey franchise to Raleigh, of all places, via Greensboro, of all places. That has to be the second-weirdest move in sports, after the Toronto-to-Birmingham WHA shift of 1976.

    I don’t get it. When I was a kid, Greensboro was the first city of North Carolina. And even today it’s more than twice as big as Hartford.

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  262. AndrewR says:
    @Bliss
    Whadda buncha hypocrites. If fake news is bad news (which it is) then why the hell are you all defending this bullshit artist Alex Jones?

    Alex Jones is obviously a con artist, but he’s our con artist. Is Jewtubetwitterbook banning leftist charlatans and rhetorical arsonists? Are BLM promoters being shut down for promoting the HANDS UP DON’T SHOOT lie? Of course not. You can think Jones is utter scum (and I do) and still see how this is bad for us.

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  263. @Cagey Beast
    Nick Fuentes' tweet is idiotic but I have to laugh at Jeet Heer laying a lot of the blame on Andrew Sullivan. Jeet Heer seems to think something's only exists on the political landscape when a respectable journalist says it does. We're long past those days.

    https://twitter.com/HeerJeet/status/1026907618533683200

    Nick Fuentes’ tweet is idiotic but . . . .

    In what way?

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  264. mobi says:
    @eah
    Chris Murphy (D-CT) tweeted this:

    https://twitter.com/ChrisMurphyCT/status/1026580187784404994

    Is this the real ‘long game’ behind the whole ‘Russia! Russia! Russia!’ mock hysteria, by the powers that be?

    Their loss of control of the narrative is very serious business – a mortal threat. It’s impossible that they would not resort to absolutely anything to try to wrest it back.

    So here we have it – anything less than a monopoly on the narrative by the powers that be is ‘nothing less than a mortal threat to democracy itself – it’s treason!’

    I previously expected it might take the form of ‘protecting the children from predators’, or such, but no – this is much more effective.

    The most effective option available to them, to achieve what they cannot survive without.

    Diabolical.

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  265. @AndrewR
    I don't believe in minimum wage laws but single-payer would be a vast improvement over what we have now.

    I don’t believe in minimum wage laws but single-payer would be a vast improvement over what we have now.

    That would depend on who the single payer was, since he’ll be calling the tune.

    Minimum wages, though, are an absolute must for immigrants. They should pay for their own health care, and ours as well.

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  266. Ragno says:
    @Cagey Beast
    Nick Fuentes' tweet is idiotic but I have to laugh at Jeet Heer laying a lot of the blame on Andrew Sullivan. Jeet Heer seems to think something's only exists on the political landscape when a respectable journalist says it does. We're long past those days.

    https://twitter.com/HeerJeet/status/1026907618533683200

    Still trying to figure out how that sing-songy pantload Jeet Heer managed to piggyback to prominence in the crowded-like-never-before Professional Bullshit Artist field. In the 1970s, the National Lampoon would cite enthusiastic raves from something called Reviews for a Dollar; Heer’s sheer ubiquity makes me wonder if there isn’t a Pundits by the Pound out there as well.

    I give him ten years, btw, before he starts answering the door in a muu-muu.

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  267. Mr. Anon says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Give women the vote, they said. It’d be fine, they said.
     
    Except for decades, women voted more conservatively than did men, here, in the UK, and elsewhere. Men elected Wilson, who sent those too young to vote to their deaths.

    Only after men built up the welfare apparatus and a new generation of daughters grew up under it did women begin to support it more than men.

    Except for decades, women voted more conservatively than did men, here, in the UK, and elsewhere. Men elected Wilson, who sent those too young to vote to their deaths.

    Who elected Roosevelt through Nixon, all of whom did the same?

    Only after men built up the welfare apparatus and a new generation of daughters grew up under it did women begin to support it more than men.

    Or when it became the establishment point of view, women tended to support it more, as women tend to be more conformist.

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  268. @Svigor
    In a legal sense in this context, the First Amendment reads thusly:

    Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
     
    This can (and in my opinion, should) be interpreted VERY broadly, much like the Interstate Commerce Clause has been; laws that fund or favor institutions that abridge free speech, right of assembly, right to petition the gov't (e.g., the overwhelming majority of universities in the US; jewgle, twatter, fapple, etc.) are unconstitutional and thus illegitimate.

    P.S., Supremacy Clause (and incorporation, or something) now means that no domestic gov't can violate the Constitution.

    Yep, I’ve heard the term as “incorporation” of the amendment or clause, meaning applies to all governments, or at least state ones. I’ll have to read more on this, or ask Constitutional scholar Øb☭ma, next time I have the $5,000 to go eat some fried chicken and hear HIM speak.

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  269. Mr. Anon says:
    @Corvinus
    "Men elected Wilson, who sent those too young to vote to their deaths."

    Gallant deaths, fighting for our liberty, compliments of the Central Powers, chiefly Germany. Did you skip parts in your American history class?

    Gallant deaths, fighting for our liberty, compliments of the Central Powers, chiefly Germany. Did you skip parts in your American history class?

    How does a drafted soldier, forced to go and fight and die or face prison or a firing-squad, increase the Worlds stock of liberty?

    In any other thread, under different context, you’d be putting in a good word for the Wobblies who were arrested for opposing the America’s war effort. I guess they were enemies of liberty and deserved to be imprisoned, huh?

    You are such a predictably stupid establishment-toady left-liberal hack. If you were any more of a tool, you’d have “Craftsman” stamped on your forehead. Nitwit.

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    "How does a drafted soldier, forced to go and fight and die or face prison or a firing-squad, increase the Worlds stock of liberty?"

    You are assuming that the drafted soldier was "coerced" and therefore did not want to fight. We know that millions of American men heeded the call for their nation to fight against oppression. By defeating the enemy, they save their nation, thus securing their own (and others) liberty.

    History makes your head hurt. Just lie down a moment.

    "In any other thread, under different context, you’d be putting in a good word for the Wobblies who were arrested for opposing the America’s war effort. I guess they were enemies of liberty and deserved to be imprisoned, huh?"

    That would be a strawman on your part. The Three Little Pigs appreciate it!
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  270. @Ben tillman
    It needs to be said from time to time: A TV camera is not a press. It is rumored to be 1000 times as powerful.

    It needs to be said from time to time: A TV camera is not a press. It is rumored to be 1000 times as powerful.

    The airwaves were assumed to be a public resource that tenant broadcasters were not to abuse. This concept may be murkier when applied to cable, DSL, and private satellites, but the Internet itself is even more public, having sprung from the military and universities public or private-with-public-grants.

    So it’s kind of like the Interstate Highway System. Someone on Quora.com recently explained why we can’t have nice gas and service stops on our freeways like they do in Europe. (Except on Northeastern toll roads, where they were grandfathered in.)

    Congress simply outlawed them.

    You know who was pushing antitrust action against Microsoft twenty years ago? None other than Robert Bork:

    https://www.cato.org/publications/commentary/all-bork-no-bite-dogging-microsoft

    Had you told people in 1998 that in 2018 Microsoft would be irrelevant and antitrusters would be gunning at Apple instead, even the ACLU couldn’t have gotten you out of the asylum they’d have checked you into.

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  271. Mr. Anon says:
    @Corvinus
    "Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men. Always have been always will be."

    No, that would be you, a Jew, or least so I am beaten over the head with on this fine blog.

    "Easier for Tyrone to bash the head in of White dudes. Women love the poz and freak shows like trannies and vote for Dems in massive number s. Open borders, no ICE, anti White stuff, and gun bans are the future thanks to women."

    I wouldn't believe it people like you existed until I read what you write. Then I just shake my head and say your parents really did a number on you.

    I wouldn’t believe it people like you existed until I read what you write.

    Whereas I have no problem believing that trite, dull-witted hacks like you exist in abundance.

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  272. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @notanon

    It’s theoretically possible that there is some sex-specific HBD factor at play
     
    pictures of crying babies at the border

    but it's HBD + media manipulation - if the same media showed the crying children of people killed by illegals the graph would reverse

    pictures of crying babies at the border

    They don’t even have to be at the border, or anywhere near.

    Just publish some pics of crying babies, get what you want.

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  273. @Corvinus
    "Lol what liberty?"

    The liberty for our merchant vessels not to blown out of the water as they journey to Europe.

    "That KKK apologist (literally and openly) Woodrow Wilson set this country back 150 yrs in global politics and should have been hanged…"

    In reality, his vision for a world peace organization was brilliant. As for hanging, he met his maker. God judged him, as he will you and me.

    The liberty for our merchant vessels not to blown out of the water as they journey to Europe.

    Oh, I see… the one percent.

    No, wait… shipping magnates. The one percent of the one percent.

    If Germany’s excuse for sinking the Lusitania was so bad, why did we dust it off and use it ourselves for our mass bombing of women and children after the next war? You know, that one that Wilson’s petty vindictiveness helped sow the seeds of?

    In reality, his vision for a world peace organization was brilliant.

    Fifty years ago, everyone in America, including us grade-school kids, could tell you who headed up the UN. Now, I kind of doubt it. I sure can’t– is it still that Koffee guy? The Korean fellow? Who cares?

    Wilson’s pacific legacy is moribund. His martial legacy lives on.

    Did you skip parts in your American history class?

    The teachers themselves skipped the parts about Harding’s demobilization and Hoover’s saving millions from famine.

    Gallant deaths, fighting for our liberty, compliments of the Central Powers, chiefly Germany.

    As with most wars, praise the soldiers and damn the leaders.

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    "Oh, I see… the one percent. No, wait… shipping magnates. The one percent of the one percent."

    No, not the one percent. Looks like you need a lesson on economics. I'll go slow for you. Goods are produced by workers. Goods are then purchased by domestic or international consumers. When the flow of goods is significantly interrupted, and profits drop, then companies take action, like laying off workers. Exports to Europe was around $4 billion dollars in 1917, which was a significant sum of money back then. That is lost revenue. We also know that World War I helped in part to spur tremendous domestic growth in our economy in the 1920's. Digitally nod if you understand.

    "If Germany’s excuse for sinking the Lusitania was so bad, why did we dust it off and use it ourselves for our mass bombing of women and children after the next war? You know, that one that Wilson’s petty vindictiveness helped sow the seeds of?"

    We went to war after the resumption of German unrestricted submarine warfare and the Zimmerman Telegram...in 1917, not 1915.

    "The teachers themselves skipped the parts about Harding’s demobilization and Hoover’s saving millions from famine."

    Actually, your history teacher discussed those aspects of World War I. You had skipped class, remember?

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  274. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Whiskey
    Women are the natural and eternal enemy of White men. Always have been always will be. Women want open borders. New conqueror to eliminate the beta males. Women want gun bans. Easier for Tyrone to bash the head in of White dudes. Women love the poz and freak shows like trannies and vote for Dems in massive number s. Open borders, no ICE, anti White stuff, and gun bans are the future thanks to women.

    See Rapefugees Welcome.

    Haven’t you read my White woman posts all these years? How dare you insult me by including me in your stereotype of gun banning open borders anti White liberal women.

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  275. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @L Woods
    Nah, nature did that for us. There’s a reason why women are subjugated and distrusted by every successful civilization — they’re natural traitors.

    So Muslim countries must be the most functional in the world

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    Correlation isn't causation sweetie. Advanced post-industrial societies have higher rates of obesity than anarchic hellholes like Somalia. That doesn't make obesity good.
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  276. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonym
    I hope there is a backup copy easily downloaded with all the Unz stuff on it somewhere.

    I hope Ron has a bodyguard. Though he probably needs more than that.

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  277. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    The JQ is not only the only question, it's not even the fundamental one. The fundamental question is whether the white race has the will to live, and if the answer is yes, the JQ is irrelevant, and if the answer is no, the JQ is also irrelevant. It's interesting, and in the short term it relates to the "how" a lot, but all the Jews are doing or have ever done is to speed up a process that was inevitable anyway. They are a catalyst and an irritant, to be sure. But the deciding factor in the continuance or end of White civilization depends on Whites, and Whites only.


    Revilo P. Oliver figured that out in the sixties, and he was right.
    See Conspiracy or Degeneracy?, 1966

    You forgot to preface your pronouncements with “Dear Fellow White People”

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  278. @Brady

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.
     
    Women as a group do not make informed choices. They make emotional choices and rationalize them later. This is referred to as "intuition". It is why the 19th amendment immediately and permanently shifted politics to the left, no propaganda required.

    Cue the "but what about meeeeee" screeching. Yes, we know, many men make uninformed choices, and not all women do. We're talking about group traits here, not individual snowflakes.

    "The alt-right" isn't some magic spell that will make college-educated white women stop selling out their country for status and gibs. The alt-right isn't even a coherent movement or policy position, much less a fixed path from point A to point B, but if we can infer any common beliefs among the alt-right, disenfranchisement would probably be high on the list. And I must say, I find it funny that an apparently female commenter is trying to argue against stone cold facts with an imaginary emotional metaphor; it's either pitch-perfect trolling or epic irony.

    Women do what men tell them. The problem is that your lecherous Uncle Sam is telling them that they can have a government job with decent pay and little responsibility or if that’s not their thing, they can have an apt., health insurance and GBI if they produce a bastard child. If they make a mistake and get married before having a child they can divorce their husband without cause and force him to cut her a check every week.

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  279. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus
    "Men elected Wilson, who sent those too young to vote to their deaths."

    Gallant deaths, fighting for our liberty, compliments of the Central Powers, chiefly Germany. Did you skip parts in your American history class?

    The above is your dumbest post yet.

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  280. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    if Trump doesn’t impose the 1A on the social media giants i expect the current censorship wave will provide enough incentive to create an alt-internet in fairly short order
     
    I've switched to bing as of yesterday. Image search is a bit clunkier, it's not as good as google generally, but I've noticed that they seem to be weighting search results against politics they don't like, in the last year approximately.

    Any suggestions welcome.

    We need better alternatives, that’s for certain. Bing is marginally functional, and Goog is absolutely shameless at how they ‘disappear’ things they don’t like.

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  281. donut says:
    @Corvinus
    "What happened to anti-trust law? Talk about collusion."

    Jones should be able to shill his conspiracy theories on those platforms without being banned. And I wouldn't be surprised at all that these three Titans engaged in collusion. It's just a matter of proving it. But with your law degree, your skill and tenacity, and all of the resources at your disposal, why not offer your services to Alex?

    On the other hand, there is NO 1st Amendment violation when a private company decides to remove someone from their private platform. It's their business. Free speech is never "free". Remember, these companies have terms that users must abide by, so once they are in violation of said terms, however arbitrary, the person has no recourse. Remember, Jones willingly signed up. He understood the potential consequences of his actions.

    To me what is more interesting is the lawsuit against Jones by the Sandy Hook survivors. How will that all turn out?

    For what it’s worth Black Pigeon just had a post about this ” private company ” BS.

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  282. Anonymous[150] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Give women the vote, they said. It’d be fine, they said.
     
    Except for decades, women voted more conservatively than did men, here, in the UK, and elsewhere. Men elected Wilson, who sent those too young to vote to their deaths.

    Only after men built up the welfare apparatus and a new generation of daughters grew up under it did women begin to support it more than men.

    Except for decades, women voted more conservatively than did men, here, in the UK, and elsewhere.

    You mention the U.K. so it’s good to remember that Chamberlain wound up as prime minister in the 1930s entirely because of his popularity with women (who had been given the vote a few years earlier.) Chamberlain had no experience of foreign policy or international relations and had to learn everything on the job, with well-known consequences. But women loved him and that was all the mattered to the Conservative Party. (i.e. the original ‘stupid party’)

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  283. Rosie says:
    @Dumbo
    I wouldn't say that they are "traitors", but, basically, their character is that they side with the winner (whether he's morally right or wrong, doesn't matter to them). So yes, they can switch allegiances on a whim, depending on who appears to be winning at a given time, so they are not to be trusted.

    I wouldn’t say that they are “traitors”, but, basically, their character is that they side with the winner (whether he’s morally right or wrong, doesn’t matter to them). So yes, they can switch allegiances on a whim, depending on who appears to be winning at a given time, so they are not to be trusted.

    Evidence? It seems to me the elites go to a great deal of trouble appealing to the moral sensibilities of White women. Why do that if we don’t care about morality?

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    “Palaeolithic men were of no use to the enemy. For them, the options were either running away or fighting to the finish. By contrast, women were themselves a resource in competition. They had better chances than the men did to survive the day by submitting, conforming, co-operating,
    and manipulating”
     
    Azar Gat, War in Human Civilization, 2006.
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  284. Rosie says:
    @L Woods
    Nah, nature did that for us. There’s a reason why women are subjugated and distrusted by every successful civilization — they’re natural traitors.

    Nah, nature did that for us. There’s a reason why women are subjugated and distrusted by every successful civilization — they’re natural traitors.

    With enemies like this, I’d say you don’t need friends, Woodbrains.

    https://www.vox.com/2016/5/25/11682950/fisher-supreme-court-white-women-affirmative-action

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  285. LondonBob says:
    @Rosie
    Correction: French and British men.

    Maggie Thatcher was more keen on the Gulf War than George HW Bush.

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    Maggie Thatcher was more keen on the Gulf War than George HW Bush.
     
    Then Maggie Thatcher was statistically exceptional. This is the kind of obtuse post about women that really tests my patience.

    https://www.e-ir.info/wp-content/uploads/fig1clements.jpg

    https://www.e-ir.info/2012/01/19/men-and-womens-support-for-war-accounting-for-the-gender-gap-in-public-opinion/
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  286. Rosie says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Women want open borders.
     
    Today. They don't have children to protect. The first federal elections after the 19th Amendment was passed gave us the Congresses that (partially) sealed the border in the first place. Women in those days were estimated to vote up to five percentage points above men for the restrictionist party.

    Women want gun bans.
     
    Those are bad for the individual, but good when applied to the state.

    Note that only one member of Congress voted against our entry into both World Wars. Montana's greatest unappreciated gift to US politics

    ...believed that Roosevelt deliberately provoked the Japanese to attack because he wanted to bring the U.S. into the European war against Germany; she was determined not to cooperate with the president’s plan. After a 40-minute debate on the floor of the House, a roll call vote began. When her turn came, Rankin stood and said, “As a woman, I can’t go to war and I refuse to send anyone else.”

    https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/jeanette-rankin-casts-sole-vote-against-wwii

    https://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/sites/default/files/styles/article-top/public/m-8683.jpg?itok=xsd1J7LY

    I can go either way on suffrage for women-- I like the 30-year-period when states differed on this. But, come on guys, get the facts right.

    Had we only listened to this gal!

    Today. They don’t have children to protect.

    BTW Reg, you shouldn’t concede falsehoods. More women say immigration makes their life worse than better by a nearly 4:1 ratio, and that includes ALL women, not just White women. Whiskey needs to provide evidence of such extravagant claims.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DfBdFnSUwAAGFXG?format=jpg

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  287. Rosie says:
    @Svigor

    “Attack your own women, goy. They’re your real enemy.”
     
    Your defense of women isn't a very good one (at least it wasn't in the stuff I skimmed, which admittedly wasn't much. I don't mean that in a dismissive way - I'm just not very interested in the topic ATM), because the fact is the female vote is deleterious, and always has been.

    But you're very much on point with this.


    Come to think of it, this whole conversation demonstrates how easy it is to manipulate educated men.
     
    A Hell of a lot of white men will throw anyone, I mean anyone under the bus before they'll throw the Jews under it. It's just cowardice, compliance, and conformity - nothing mysterious about it. Playing on this is Whiskey's (Neocon, New York) schtick.

    because the fact is the female vote is deleterious, and always has been.

    We voted Trump into office. How is that deleterious?

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  288. Rosie says:
    @LondonBob
    Maggie Thatcher was more keen on the Gulf War than George HW Bush.

    Maggie Thatcher was more keen on the Gulf War than George HW Bush.

    Then Maggie Thatcher was statistically exceptional. This is the kind of obtuse post about women that really tests my patience.

    https://www.e-ir.info/2012/01/19/men-and-womens-support-for-war-accounting-for-the-gender-gap-in-public-opinion/

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  289. donut says:
    @Joe Stalin
    Now you see why the firearms people have started full30.com to aggregate content and to establish other platforms:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=deFfSUfO134

    That was good , only 2,500 views though . Sad .

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  290. @Anonymous
    The JQ is not only the only question, it's not even the fundamental one. The fundamental question is whether the white race has the will to live, and if the answer is yes, the JQ is irrelevant, and if the answer is no, the JQ is also irrelevant. It's interesting, and in the short term it relates to the "how" a lot, but all the Jews are doing or have ever done is to speed up a process that was inevitable anyway. They are a catalyst and an irritant, to be sure. But the deciding factor in the continuance or end of White civilization depends on Whites, and Whites only.


    Revilo P. Oliver figured that out in the sixties, and he was right.
    See Conspiracy or Degeneracy?, 1966

    The JQ is not only the only question, it’s not even the fundamental one. The fundamental question is whether the white race has the will to live, and if the answer is yes, the JQ is irrelevant, and if the answer is no, the JQ is also irrelevant.

    Heads I win, tails you lose, says the Jew.

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  291. Altai says:
    @WowJustWow
    Watched it twice and still not sure if meta-trolling. The solution to whiteness is to put on blackface and culturally appropriate black dance moves?

    There’s so many layers or irony and snark in there it’s hard to know, we’ve reached the point where nobody seriously takes post-modernism seriously, not even post-modernists. The end scene seems to indicate that, but the fact that anyone is comfortable making that says something.

    The show it’s from is highly surrealist, but I think the underlying sentiment is clear and necessary for anyone to have written it. It reminds me a lot of the Eric Andre Show. But judging from the comments of HBO, reviewers and the makers, it isn’t quite ‘lolz guys, chill out post-modernism has ruined black social movements’. I think the snark and irony is just reflection of the generation of people making it, not dissimilar to the alt-right.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Random_Acts_of_Flyness#Reception

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  292. Corvinus says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    The liberty for our merchant vessels not to blown out of the water as they journey to Europe.
     
    Oh, I see... the one percent.

    No, wait... shipping magnates. The one percent of the one percent.

    If Germany's excuse for sinking the Lusitania was so bad, why did we dust it off and use it ourselves for our mass bombing of women and children after the next war? You know, that one that Wilson's petty vindictiveness helped sow the seeds of?

    In reality, his vision for a world peace organization was brilliant.
     
    Fifty years ago, everyone in America, including us grade-school kids, could tell you who headed up the UN. Now, I kind of doubt it. I sure can't-- is it still that Koffee guy? The Korean fellow? Who cares?

    Wilson's pacific legacy is moribund. His martial legacy lives on.

    Did you skip parts in your American history class?
     
    The teachers themselves skipped the parts about Harding's demobilization and Hoover's saving millions from famine.

    Gallant deaths, fighting for our liberty, compliments of the Central Powers, chiefly Germany.

     

    As with most wars, praise the soldiers and damn the leaders.

    “Oh, I see… the one percent. No, wait… shipping magnates. The one percent of the one percent.”

    No, not the one percent. Looks like you need a lesson on economics. I’ll go slow for you. Goods are produced by workers. Goods are then purchased by domestic or international consumers. When the flow of goods is significantly interrupted, and profits drop, then companies take action, like laying off workers. Exports to Europe was around $4 billion dollars in 1917, which was a significant sum of money back then. That is lost revenue. We also know that World War I helped in part to spur tremendous domestic growth in our economy in the 1920′s. Digitally nod if you understand.

    “If Germany’s excuse for sinking the Lusitania was so bad, why did we dust it off and use it ourselves for our mass bombing of women and children after the next war? You know, that one that Wilson’s petty vindictiveness helped sow the seeds of?”

    We went to war after the resumption of German unrestricted submarine warfare and the Zimmerman Telegram…in 1917, not 1915.

    “The teachers themselves skipped the parts about Harding’s demobilization and Hoover’s saving millions from famine.”

    Actually, your history teacher discussed those aspects of World War I. You had skipped class, remember?

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  293. Corvinus says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Gallant deaths, fighting for our liberty, compliments of the Central Powers, chiefly Germany. Did you skip parts in your American history class?
     
    How does a drafted soldier, forced to go and fight and die or face prison or a firing-squad, increase the Worlds stock of liberty?

    In any other thread, under different context, you'd be putting in a good word for the Wobblies who were arrested for opposing the America's war effort. I guess they were enemies of liberty and deserved to be imprisoned, huh?

    You are such a predictably stupid establishment-toady left-liberal hack. If you were any more of a tool, you'd have "Craftsman" stamped on your forehead. Nitwit.

    “How does a drafted soldier, forced to go and fight and die or face prison or a firing-squad, increase the Worlds stock of liberty?”

    You are assuming that the drafted soldier was “coerced” and therefore did not want to fight. We know that millions of American men heeded the call for their nation to fight against oppression. By defeating the enemy, they save their nation, thus securing their own (and others) liberty.

    History makes your head hurt. Just lie down a moment.

    “In any other thread, under different context, you’d be putting in a good word for the Wobblies who were arrested for opposing the America’s war effort. I guess they were enemies of liberty and deserved to be imprisoned, huh?”

    That would be a strawman on your part. The Three Little Pigs appreciate it!

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    By defeating the enemy, they save their nation, thus securing their own (and others) liberty
     
    Yeah, like staying home would have made us vassals of Kaiser Bill.

    And not defeating North Korea and Vietnam destroyed our nation, and lost our liberty.

    ... heeded the call for their nation to fight against oppression.
     
    Tommy Wilson was more oppressive to us than some pickelhaubed emperor across the sea.
    , @Le Autiste Corv
    Corv can be resentful ethnic white, still smarting under jokes told 3 generations back and a WASP propagandist.

    How is this possible? American Centrism.
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  294. Rosie says:
    @Brady

    I find it interesting, and indefensible, that the first resort is to incapacitate women, rather than to ensure that have access to unfiltered information and analysis and can therefore make informed choices.
     
    Women as a group do not make informed choices. They make emotional choices and rationalize them later. This is referred to as "intuition". It is why the 19th amendment immediately and permanently shifted politics to the left, no propaganda required.

    Cue the "but what about meeeeee" screeching. Yes, we know, many men make uninformed choices, and not all women do. We're talking about group traits here, not individual snowflakes.

    "The alt-right" isn't some magic spell that will make college-educated white women stop selling out their country for status and gibs. The alt-right isn't even a coherent movement or policy position, much less a fixed path from point A to point B, but if we can infer any common beliefs among the alt-right, disenfranchiseme