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Berkeley Activist Pablo "They" Gomez Assaults Deputies in Courthouse

In more Berkeley leftist violence news, from KQED News:

Hearing for Berkeley Murder Suspect Delayed After Courtroom Incident

By Alyssa Jeong Perry and Dan Brekke
FEBRUARY 1, 2017

Pablo Gomez, 22, is charged with first-degree murder in the fatal Jan. 6 stabbing of 27-year-old Emilie Inman at her home on Ashby Avenue. …

Members of Gomez’s family, friends from the UC Berkeley community and Inman’s Ashby Avenue housemates were in court for the 9 a.m. arraignment. The spectators were present when Gomez, wearing a red jail jumpsuit, met with a public defender, George Arroyo, in a small room adjoining the courtroom.

Arroyo emerged from the meeting after a few minutes as the sound of banging and screaming came from the room.

“He is losing it,” Arroyo said.

Well of course they is. You called them “he” rather than they’s preferred pronoun “they.” What kind of Bay Area lawyer are you not to first ask about pronouns?

A sheriff’s deputy rushed to the room, and shouts of “Get off me!” could be heard in the courtroom. Two more deputies responded and wrestled the 5-foot-5-inch, 110-pound Gomez to the floor.

Gomez, who is being held without bail at Alameda County’s Santa Rita Jail, was dragged from the courtroom as family and friends wept. One of the deputies had what appeared to be a deep scratch on one hand.

Read the whole thing there.

Here’s Pablo’s Facebook page.

 
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  1. Speaking of the state of Western justice, from the Demented Dominion:

    Dude beheads person on a Greyhound bus in Canada some years ago and was found “not criminally responsible.” He was given an “absolute discharge” this week. This basically means if he keeps out of further ahem, trouble, this incident will disappear from his criminal record.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/vince-li-discharge-1.3977278

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    • Replies: @JW Bell
    Crazy. I'll take the over under odds of beheading anew when he relapses.
    , @Detective Club
    Two questions spring to mind :

    "Weight of Evidence." What "Weight of Evidence?" Does "Weight of Evidence" mean that this maniac hasn't chopped off somebody's head and eaten their eyeballs in the last 6 weeks?
    https://youtu.be/23ywNYOde4Y
    Does the "Schizophrenia Society of Canada" have central offices located on Parliament Hill in Ottawa?
    , @Anon
    The problems with schizophrenics is when they feel good, they tend to go off their meds and have another episode. This guy will likely kill again.
    , @Mr. Anon
    A mere youthful indiscretion. Who hasn't, at least once, decapitated another person and eaten his flesh?

    Another interesting point is why the killer, Vince Li (Asian of some kind), was permitted to change his name to Will Lee Baker.
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  2. …5-foot-5-inch, 110-pound Gomez…

    I think we just hit upon the cause of their irrational rage. I am reminded of the year I spent in Miami, when I would regularly encounter gaggles of mestizoids walking four and five abreast as if they were reservoir dogs and being shocked and offended when I pushed through them like so many weak waves at low tide.

    I should note that at 5’10″ I am not particularly tall, especially by white standards; indeed I am exactly average height worldwide for males. Nevertheless, I tower above the vast majority of mestizoids.

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    • Agree: syonredux
    • Replies: @syonredux

    I think we just hit upon the cause of their irrational rage. I am reminded of the year I spent in Miami, when I would regularly encounter gaggles of mestizoids walking four and five abreast as if they were reservoir dogs and being shocked and offended when I pushed through them like so many weak waves at low tide.

    I should note that at 5’10″ I am not particularly tall, especially by white standards; indeed I am exactly average height worldwide for males. Nevertheless, I tower above the vast majority of mestizoids.
     
    The word "Squatemalan" comes to mind....
    , @donut
    As for myself I don't despise the sturdy little brown people . I just wish they could prosper in their own country . And when it comes down to it I will bet on the despised " mestizoids" to send the Muzzies to the garden of Allah . BTW , has anyone here ever seen "The Sheik" ? It is a White woman's rape fantasy from 1921 . Could there be any relation between the hysterical female reaction to that obscene movie and the Nineteenth Amendment passed in 1920 ?
    , @AndrewR
    Caucasoids hog space too.

    I recall being in Rome years ago and walking across a bridge about twelve feet wide. Six old women came a walkin' towards me, all elbow in elbow in that weird Italian way, taking up pretty much the entire bridge. I was as far over on the right as possible and was still on a collision course with one of them. I guess they expected me to tilt my body to the side to spare them the horrors of not being able to hog the whole bridge, but I am American and thought it was pretty rude how they thought they could hog the whole goddamn bridge, so I tilted not. This caused me to bump shoulders with the old witch (who remained upright, mind you) and the gaggle of them started yelling at me. "Maleducato" etc.

    A group of young men about my age saw the incident and called out to me. I thought they were angry about what they'd seen but they simply asked for a cigarette!
  3. If Pablo Gomez does have an androgynous brain sex, and doesn’t like being called he or she then why the male name Pablo? Why not chose something uni-sex like Ashley or Taylor? Then the court could simply refer to Pablo by their first name.

    However, since most theys refer to themselves by the subversive, politicised label “genderqueer” instead of the traditional, common-sense term androgynous, it’s likely they have no intention of making things easier for other people to accommodate them. They just want to be deliberately awkward and piss off everyone else.

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    • Replies: @markflag
    Or sh it head
    , @Timothy Schmeary
    I guess they could call him Pabla. But since he majored in "Chicanx/Latinx Studies" perhaps the gender neutral Pablx would be more appropriate.
    , @Cortes
    Or Pablum, which captures the infantilism of They:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pablum
    , @Njguy73

    Why not chose something uni-sex like Ashley or Taylor?
     
    Look, if you're gonna ask for reason and accountability here, you need to go somewhere else.
  4. “He is losing it,” Arroyo said.

    Well of course they is. You called them “he” rather than they’s preferred pronoun “they.” What kind of Bay Area lawyer are you not to first ask about pronouns?

    Let us now praise Sailer’s sense of humor.

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  5. @Autochthon

    ...5-foot-5-inch, 110-pound Gomez...
     
    I think we just hit upon the cause of their irrational rage. I am reminded of the year I spent in Miami, when I would regularly encounter gaggles of mestizoids walking four and five abreast as if they were reservoir dogs and being shocked and offended when I pushed through them like so many weak waves at low tide.

    I should note that at 5'10" I am not particularly tall, especially by white standards; indeed I am exactly average height worldwide for males. Nevertheless, I tower above the vast majority of mestizoids.

    I think we just hit upon the cause of their irrational rage. I am reminded of the year I spent in Miami, when I would regularly encounter gaggles of mestizoids walking four and five abreast as if they were reservoir dogs and being shocked and offended when I pushed through them like so many weak waves at low tide.

    I should note that at 5’10″ I am not particularly tall, especially by white standards; indeed I am exactly average height worldwide for males. Nevertheless, I tower above the vast majority of mestizoids.

    The word “Squatemalan” comes to mind….

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  6. Mexicans Vow to Fight Trump by Jamming U.S. Courts
    The Wall Street Journal

    MEXICO CITY—Influential Mexicans are pushing an aggressive and perhaps risky strategy to fight a likely increase in deportations of their undocumented compatriots in the U.S.: jam U.S. immigration courts in hopes of causing the already overburdened system to break down.

    The proposal calls for ad campaigns advising migrants in the U.S. to take their cases to court and fight deportation if detained. “The backlog in the immigration system is tremendous,” said former Foreign Minister (((Jorge Castañeda))). The idea is to double or triple the backlog, “until [U.S. President Donald] Trump desists in this stupid idea,” he added.

    Mr. Castañeda is part of a group of Mexican officials, legislators, governors and public figures planning to meet with migrant groups Saturday in Phoenix to lay out plans to confront the Trump administration’s deportation policy….

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/mexicans-vow-to-fight-trump-by-jamming-u-s-courts-1486768500

    Does Mr. Castañeda hold US citizenship. Why is he being allowed entry to the United States?

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    • Replies: @donut
    You took the thought right out of my head .

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wO8toxinoc


    Mercury: Does anyone ever call you Mr. Loaf?

    Meat Loaf: Have you ever heard of Clive Barnes? He was the premier theater critic for the New York Times. And the first year I did Shakespeare in the Park–it was with Raoul Julia, Marybeth Hurt, myself and another actress named Kathleen Widows–he wrote, “Mr. Julia, Ms. Hurt, Mr. Loaf and Ms. Widows.” That was when we performed As You Like It.

    Here is that Barnes review from the June 29, 1973, Times; there’s no Mr. Loaf reference.

    Too bad , it was a good story .

    , @donut
    BTW does anyone here remember Carlos Castaneda ? I was a big fan and have a first edition of "Tales of Power" with an inscription from the author . I also had an signed copy of "Flashman and the Redskins " signed by GMF but I gave it to a friend of mine who was a fan . All the shit I've collected over the years I fear will end up in the dumpster , that is what ever doesn't catch the eyes of the cops , EMS, and what ever employees of the apt complex show up to steal . Some nice bronzes , a beautiful antique wooden statue of Kuan Yin , an original NAZI flag , a moth eaten early SS-Verfügungstruppe overseas cap , a few ancient Greek coins an ceramics . Not to mention a number of original donut works of outsider art . I guess I won't give a shit at that point : "our wealth abandons us at the moment of our death , our friends follow us to the edge of the grave , only our actions in this life follow us into the grave."
    , @AndrewR
    Or eliminate the backlog by deporting everyone on the list and making them fight their case in Mexico.
    , @bomag

    Mr. Castañeda is part of a group of Mexican officials, legislators, governors and public figures planning to meet with migrant groups Saturday in Phoenix to lay out plans to confront the Trump administration’s deportation policy….
     
    More indication here that Mexican "immigration" is a blatant invasion coordinated by the Mexican government.
    , @Buffalo Joe
    Opi, Of course they will fight these cases. The more Mexicans that they can get to stay in the USA, the more of everything for those who remain in Mexico.
    , @Lugash
    Tillerson needs to revoke permissions for the 50(!) Mexican consulates operating in the United States/
    , @Jesse
    More to the point, why doesn't Mexico want all these amazing people being sent back?
  7. ‘Two more deputies responded and wrestled the 5-foot-5-inch, 110-pound Gomez to the floor.’

    Two more deputies? That’s excessive force right there. Not guilty, Your Honor, set Them free!

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    • Replies: @Formerly CARealist
    Now it's finally appropriate to sing that awful 80's Sting song, "free, free, set them free.... if you love somebody....free, free, set them free". The grammar makes perfect sense.
    , @JimB
    Pablo is going to make some lucky San Quentin inmate a great wife.
  8. @BenKenobi
    Speaking of the state of Western justice, from the Demented Dominion:

    Dude beheads person on a Greyhound bus in Canada some years ago and was found "not criminally responsible." He was given an "absolute discharge" this week. This basically means if he keeps out of further ahem, trouble, this incident will disappear from his criminal record.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/vince-li-discharge-1.3977278

    Crazy. I’ll take the over under odds of beheading anew when he relapses.

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  9. @Autochthon

    ...5-foot-5-inch, 110-pound Gomez...
     
    I think we just hit upon the cause of their irrational rage. I am reminded of the year I spent in Miami, when I would regularly encounter gaggles of mestizoids walking four and five abreast as if they were reservoir dogs and being shocked and offended when I pushed through them like so many weak waves at low tide.

    I should note that at 5'10" I am not particularly tall, especially by white standards; indeed I am exactly average height worldwide for males. Nevertheless, I tower above the vast majority of mestizoids.

    As for myself I don’t despise the sturdy little brown people . I just wish they could prosper in their own country . And when it comes down to it I will bet on the despised ” mestizoids” to send the Muzzies to the garden of Allah . BTW , has anyone here ever seen “The Sheik” ? It is a White woman’s rape fantasy from 1921 . Could there be any relation between the hysterical female reaction to that obscene movie and the Nineteenth Amendment passed in 1920 ?

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    • Replies: @Anonymous Nephew
    See this comment on Steve's Orientalist post

    http://www.unz.com/isteve/what-lies-beneath-shepard-faireys-orientalist-hijab-fetish/#comment-1729711
    , @Buffalo Joe
    donut, I agree that the Mexicans that I see in Florida, and I will assume are legally here, are hard working, church going family people. They may not aspire to a higher station in life, but they show up, work hard and are respectful. I wish I could say the same about the majority of another minority.
    , @Anonymous
    "As for myself I don’t despise the sturdy little brown people . I just wish they could prosper in their own country .

    I agree.
    , @Jack D

    I just wish they could prosper in their own country
     
    A mentally ill misfit like "they" was never going to prosper anywhere. If you think it's rough being genderqueer in America, just try it back in Guatemala.

    Prosperity is really not in the cards for most Indios. The modern world is not made for 5' 1", 110 lb, 85 IQ guys.
  10. @Opinionator
    Mexicans Vow to Fight Trump by Jamming U.S. Courts
    The Wall Street Journal

    MEXICO CITY—Influential Mexicans are pushing an aggressive and perhaps risky strategy to fight a likely increase in deportations of their undocumented compatriots in the U.S.: jam U.S. immigration courts in hopes of causing the already overburdened system to break down.

    The proposal calls for ad campaigns advising migrants in the U.S. to take their cases to court and fight deportation if detained. “The backlog in the immigration system is tremendous,” said former Foreign Minister (((Jorge Castañeda))). The idea is to double or triple the backlog, “until [U.S. President Donald] Trump desists in this stupid idea,” he added.

    Mr. Castañeda is part of a group of Mexican officials, legislators, governors and public figures planning to meet with migrant groups Saturday in Phoenix to lay out plans to confront the Trump administration’s deportation policy....

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/mexicans-vow-to-fight-trump-by-jamming-u-s-courts-1486768500

    Does Mr. Castañeda hold US citizenship. Why is he being allowed entry to the United States?

    You took the thought right out of my head .

    Mercury: Does anyone ever call you Mr. Loaf?

    Meat Loaf: Have you ever heard of Clive Barnes? He was the premier theater critic for the New York Times. And the first year I did Shakespeare in the Park–it was with Raoul Julia, Marybeth Hurt, myself and another actress named Kathleen Widows–he wrote, “Mr. Julia, Ms. Hurt, Mr. Loaf and Ms. Widows.” That was when we performed As You Like It.

    Here is that Barnes review from the June 29, 1973, Times; there’s no Mr. Loaf reference.

    Too bad , it was a good story .

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    • Replies: @Lot

    Here is that Barnes review from the June 29, 1973, Times; there’s no Mr. Loaf reference.
     
    I think the NY Times had multiple editions back then. Mr. Loaf might have been in the early am, and changed later for the final.
    , @Opinionator
    wat
    , @Cortes
    Linked is the letter Harry Hutton wrote about the lyrics of "I would do anything for love ":

    http://chasemeladies.blogspot.co.uk/2004/07/open-letter-to-meatloaf.html
  11. @donut
    You took the thought right out of my head .

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wO8toxinoc


    Mercury: Does anyone ever call you Mr. Loaf?

    Meat Loaf: Have you ever heard of Clive Barnes? He was the premier theater critic for the New York Times. And the first year I did Shakespeare in the Park–it was with Raoul Julia, Marybeth Hurt, myself and another actress named Kathleen Widows–he wrote, “Mr. Julia, Ms. Hurt, Mr. Loaf and Ms. Widows.” That was when we performed As You Like It.

    Here is that Barnes review from the June 29, 1973, Times; there’s no Mr. Loaf reference.

    Too bad , it was a good story .

    Here is that Barnes review from the June 29, 1973, Times; there’s no Mr. Loaf reference.

    I think the NY Times had multiple editions back then. Mr. Loaf might have been in the early am, and changed later for the final.

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    • Replies: @Connecticut Famer
    Reminds me of when Christopher Lee hosted SNL and Meat Loaf was the musical guest.

    After Meat Loaf's first song Lee, in a display of subtle disdain for the act, announced in sardonic fashion "Mister Loaf will return later on."
  12. @donut
    You took the thought right out of my head .

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wO8toxinoc


    Mercury: Does anyone ever call you Mr. Loaf?

    Meat Loaf: Have you ever heard of Clive Barnes? He was the premier theater critic for the New York Times. And the first year I did Shakespeare in the Park–it was with Raoul Julia, Marybeth Hurt, myself and another actress named Kathleen Widows–he wrote, “Mr. Julia, Ms. Hurt, Mr. Loaf and Ms. Widows.” That was when we performed As You Like It.

    Here is that Barnes review from the June 29, 1973, Times; there’s no Mr. Loaf reference.

    Too bad , it was a good story .

    wat

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    • Replies: @donut
    Sorry , this is what I was referring to :

    "Does Mr. Castañeda hold US citizenship. Why is he being allowed entry to the United States?"
  13. @Opinionator
    Mexicans Vow to Fight Trump by Jamming U.S. Courts
    The Wall Street Journal

    MEXICO CITY—Influential Mexicans are pushing an aggressive and perhaps risky strategy to fight a likely increase in deportations of their undocumented compatriots in the U.S.: jam U.S. immigration courts in hopes of causing the already overburdened system to break down.

    The proposal calls for ad campaigns advising migrants in the U.S. to take their cases to court and fight deportation if detained. “The backlog in the immigration system is tremendous,” said former Foreign Minister (((Jorge Castañeda))). The idea is to double or triple the backlog, “until [U.S. President Donald] Trump desists in this stupid idea,” he added.

    Mr. Castañeda is part of a group of Mexican officials, legislators, governors and public figures planning to meet with migrant groups Saturday in Phoenix to lay out plans to confront the Trump administration’s deportation policy....

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/mexicans-vow-to-fight-trump-by-jamming-u-s-courts-1486768500

    Does Mr. Castañeda hold US citizenship. Why is he being allowed entry to the United States?

    BTW does anyone here remember Carlos Castaneda ? I was a big fan and have a first edition of “Tales of Power” with an inscription from the author . I also had an signed copy of “Flashman and the Redskins ” signed by GMF but I gave it to a friend of mine who was a fan . All the shit I’ve collected over the years I fear will end up in the dumpster , that is what ever doesn’t catch the eyes of the cops , EMS, and what ever employees of the apt complex show up to steal . Some nice bronzes , a beautiful antique wooden statue of Kuan Yin , an original NAZI flag , a moth eaten early SS-Verfügungstruppe overseas cap , a few ancient Greek coins an ceramics . Not to mention a number of original donut works of outsider art . I guess I won’t give a shit at that point : “our wealth abandons us at the moment of our death , our friends follow us to the edge of the grave , only our actions in this life follow us into the grave.”

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    • Replies: @El Dato
    > Carlos Castaneda

    Of course, He was always secretly high on Peyotl that he obtained from some idjuns, then made X-filey stuff about seeing the Matrix up and wrote it down like it really happened.

    Moebius did some good references in his crazy, delirious comics, so we have to be thankful that his writings were not complete waste of perfectly good trees.
    , @Buffalo Joe
    donut, Some unsolicited advice. Find a reputable Appraiser and Auctioneer. See if your possessions are worth anything, then sell or auction them. WWII German militaria still brings decent prices. You can donate the money to a charity and gain some Purgatory credit.
    , @anonymous-antiskynetist
    Castaneda's masterwork, "The Art of Dreaming", was a great influence on my sleep life and my vademecum in the wizard realms; and I have spent aeons poking about in "the junkyard of infinity" with it tucked, abstractly speaking, in my rucksack.

    I have some pity for this they character, who seems like someone obsessed with authority and personal boundaries; and who is now going to experience manhandling and violation of same as well as the arbitrary petty humiliations that go along with the incarceration experience. Reminds me of the poor dork who shot that Congresswoman; fixated on government tyranny and control and now entombed alive in a government supermax. Weird how people bring down upon themselves that which they fear.
  14. @donut
    You took the thought right out of my head .

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wO8toxinoc


    Mercury: Does anyone ever call you Mr. Loaf?

    Meat Loaf: Have you ever heard of Clive Barnes? He was the premier theater critic for the New York Times. And the first year I did Shakespeare in the Park–it was with Raoul Julia, Marybeth Hurt, myself and another actress named Kathleen Widows–he wrote, “Mr. Julia, Ms. Hurt, Mr. Loaf and Ms. Widows.” That was when we performed As You Like It.

    Here is that Barnes review from the June 29, 1973, Times; there’s no Mr. Loaf reference.

    Too bad , it was a good story .

    Linked is the letter Harry Hutton wrote about the lyrics of “I would do anything for love “:

    http://chasemeladies.blogspot.co.uk/2004/07/open-letter-to-meatloaf.html

    Read More
  15. @Autochthon

    ...5-foot-5-inch, 110-pound Gomez...
     
    I think we just hit upon the cause of their irrational rage. I am reminded of the year I spent in Miami, when I would regularly encounter gaggles of mestizoids walking four and five abreast as if they were reservoir dogs and being shocked and offended when I pushed through them like so many weak waves at low tide.

    I should note that at 5'10" I am not particularly tall, especially by white standards; indeed I am exactly average height worldwide for males. Nevertheless, I tower above the vast majority of mestizoids.

    Caucasoids hog space too.

    I recall being in Rome years ago and walking across a bridge about twelve feet wide. Six old women came a walkin’ towards me, all elbow in elbow in that weird Italian way, taking up pretty much the entire bridge. I was as far over on the right as possible and was still on a collision course with one of them. I guess they expected me to tilt my body to the side to spare them the horrors of not being able to hog the whole bridge, but I am American and thought it was pretty rude how they thought they could hog the whole goddamn bridge, so I tilted not. This caused me to bump shoulders with the old witch (who remained upright, mind you) and the gaggle of them started yelling at me. “Maleducato” etc.

    A group of young men about my age saw the incident and called out to me. I thought they were angry about what they’d seen but they simply asked for a cigarette!

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    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    "Maleducato!"

    It seems pretty awesome to be exposed to that kind of local color in Rome.

    , @Anonym
    When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
    , @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Six old women came a walkin’ towards me, all elbow in elbow in that weird Italian way, taking up pretty much the entire bridge.
     
    You almost got Boudicca’d by those Roman crones!
    , @Yak-15
    You should have faked at one lady and spun around and crashed through another. The vocabulary it would have inspired would have been much more interesting.
  16. @Opinionator
    Mexicans Vow to Fight Trump by Jamming U.S. Courts
    The Wall Street Journal

    MEXICO CITY—Influential Mexicans are pushing an aggressive and perhaps risky strategy to fight a likely increase in deportations of their undocumented compatriots in the U.S.: jam U.S. immigration courts in hopes of causing the already overburdened system to break down.

    The proposal calls for ad campaigns advising migrants in the U.S. to take their cases to court and fight deportation if detained. “The backlog in the immigration system is tremendous,” said former Foreign Minister (((Jorge Castañeda))). The idea is to double or triple the backlog, “until [U.S. President Donald] Trump desists in this stupid idea,” he added.

    Mr. Castañeda is part of a group of Mexican officials, legislators, governors and public figures planning to meet with migrant groups Saturday in Phoenix to lay out plans to confront the Trump administration’s deportation policy....

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/mexicans-vow-to-fight-trump-by-jamming-u-s-courts-1486768500

    Does Mr. Castañeda hold US citizenship. Why is he being allowed entry to the United States?

    Or eliminate the backlog by deporting everyone on the list and making them fight their case in Mexico.

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  17. How long can deportation hearing s be?

    “Show me your documentation.”

    Should be thirty seconds per person.

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    • Replies: @donut
    You would think so .
    , @Autochthon
    Exactly so. Sadly the video doesn't seem to be online anywhere. In high school, my best friend's dad was a cop. He had footage from his dad's appearance on the local evening news which he always proudly showed anyone he could. His dad was helping the ICE (or whatever it was called in those days) raid a poultry-processing plant notorious for hiring illegal aliens (this was back in the eighties, the last time the federal executive actually enforced the law).

    In the footage, my friend's dad is perp-walking a handcuffed illegal alien into the bus to be hauled off for processing and deportation. The perp is protesting passionately in Spanish about how he has rights and there's been a misunderstanding, and all the rest of it. My friend's dad stops and deadpans: "Well, show me your green card then." The perp is silent. My buddy's dad (a gruff, Southern fellow) then says, "You ain't got one, do you?" and unceremoniously stuffs the invader into the bus. That's about as much due process as these invaders deserve. It's certainly as much as we Americans could expect if we were traipsing around their nations scamming the system, rioting, interfering with elections, etc.
  18. @donut
    As for myself I don't despise the sturdy little brown people . I just wish they could prosper in their own country . And when it comes down to it I will bet on the despised " mestizoids" to send the Muzzies to the garden of Allah . BTW , has anyone here ever seen "The Sheik" ? It is a White woman's rape fantasy from 1921 . Could there be any relation between the hysterical female reaction to that obscene movie and the Nineteenth Amendment passed in 1920 ?
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  19. @AndrewR
    Caucasoids hog space too.

    I recall being in Rome years ago and walking across a bridge about twelve feet wide. Six old women came a walkin' towards me, all elbow in elbow in that weird Italian way, taking up pretty much the entire bridge. I was as far over on the right as possible and was still on a collision course with one of them. I guess they expected me to tilt my body to the side to spare them the horrors of not being able to hog the whole bridge, but I am American and thought it was pretty rude how they thought they could hog the whole goddamn bridge, so I tilted not. This caused me to bump shoulders with the old witch (who remained upright, mind you) and the gaggle of them started yelling at me. "Maleducato" etc.

    A group of young men about my age saw the incident and called out to me. I thought they were angry about what they'd seen but they simply asked for a cigarette!

    “Maleducato!”

    It seems pretty awesome to be exposed to that kind of local color in Rome.

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    • Replies: @Big Bill
    I heard my favorite Old Lady Malediction in ca. 1975 Russia.

    "Nye Kulturnye!"*, they would shout when some loutish yobbo would throw his trash in the street, puke in public, stagger around drunk, or run into someone, etc. Sometimes it would be issued with a shake of their fists.

    * "No culture!", or perhaps more accurately, "Barbarian!".

    [I rather like the Russian offense of "hooliganism". Make a violent or drunken spectacle of yourself and you would find yourself in jail for a couple weeks, with a shaved head, while spending your waking hours in a prison jumpsuit sweeping the streets.]
  20. @Opinionator
    Mexicans Vow to Fight Trump by Jamming U.S. Courts
    The Wall Street Journal

    MEXICO CITY—Influential Mexicans are pushing an aggressive and perhaps risky strategy to fight a likely increase in deportations of their undocumented compatriots in the U.S.: jam U.S. immigration courts in hopes of causing the already overburdened system to break down.

    The proposal calls for ad campaigns advising migrants in the U.S. to take their cases to court and fight deportation if detained. “The backlog in the immigration system is tremendous,” said former Foreign Minister (((Jorge Castañeda))). The idea is to double or triple the backlog, “until [U.S. President Donald] Trump desists in this stupid idea,” he added.

    Mr. Castañeda is part of a group of Mexican officials, legislators, governors and public figures planning to meet with migrant groups Saturday in Phoenix to lay out plans to confront the Trump administration’s deportation policy....

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/mexicans-vow-to-fight-trump-by-jamming-u-s-courts-1486768500

    Does Mr. Castañeda hold US citizenship. Why is he being allowed entry to the United States?

    Mr. Castañeda is part of a group of Mexican officials, legislators, governors and public figures planning to meet with migrant groups Saturday in Phoenix to lay out plans to confront the Trump administration’s deportation policy….

    More indication here that Mexican “immigration” is a blatant invasion coordinated by the Mexican government.

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    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Castaneda has been saying that since 1995.
    , @SFG
    Not really (though it sure feels that way). They have more people than jobs, so they use their northern border as a safety valve and income source. They might have some fantasies about reclaiming Arizona and California, but they know if it ever turns into a shooting war with the US they're screwed.
  21. @bomag

    Mr. Castañeda is part of a group of Mexican officials, legislators, governors and public figures planning to meet with migrant groups Saturday in Phoenix to lay out plans to confront the Trump administration’s deportation policy….
     
    More indication here that Mexican "immigration" is a blatant invasion coordinated by the Mexican government.

    Castaneda has been saying that since 1995.

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    • Replies: @bomag
    Since the 1980s Mexicans have shown up in our local small towns with cards delineating all the public services to which they might apply. Clearly, Mexican authorities have researched and disseminated this information. Coming north and mining the welfare state constitutes some kind of invasion.
  22. @AndrewR
    Caucasoids hog space too.

    I recall being in Rome years ago and walking across a bridge about twelve feet wide. Six old women came a walkin' towards me, all elbow in elbow in that weird Italian way, taking up pretty much the entire bridge. I was as far over on the right as possible and was still on a collision course with one of them. I guess they expected me to tilt my body to the side to spare them the horrors of not being able to hog the whole bridge, but I am American and thought it was pretty rude how they thought they could hog the whole goddamn bridge, so I tilted not. This caused me to bump shoulders with the old witch (who remained upright, mind you) and the gaggle of them started yelling at me. "Maleducato" etc.

    A group of young men about my age saw the incident and called out to me. I thought they were angry about what they'd seen but they simply asked for a cigarette!

    When in Rome, do as the Romans do.

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    • Replies: @AndrewR
    That's a funny expression since I'm not confident that the Romans really adhered to the spirit of it during their imperial days. I think their motto was "When Romans are in your town, do as the Romans do."
  23. @Cortes
    Linked is the letter Harry Hutton wrote about the lyrics of "I would do anything for love ":

    http://chasemeladies.blogspot.co.uk/2004/07/open-letter-to-meatloaf.html

    Chuckling out loud , thanks .

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  24. @Opinionator
    wat

    Sorry , this is what I was referring to :

    “Does Mr. Castañeda hold US citizenship. Why is he being allowed entry to the United States?”

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  25. @Anonym
    When in Rome, do as the Romans do.

    That’s a funny expression since I’m not confident that the Romans really adhered to the spirit of it during their imperial days. I think their motto was “When Romans are in your town, do as the Romans do.”

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  26. @AndrewR
    How long can deportation hearing s be?

    "Show me your documentation."

    Should be thirty seconds per person.

    You would think so .

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  27. @BenKenobi
    Speaking of the state of Western justice, from the Demented Dominion:

    Dude beheads person on a Greyhound bus in Canada some years ago and was found "not criminally responsible." He was given an "absolute discharge" this week. This basically means if he keeps out of further ahem, trouble, this incident will disappear from his criminal record.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/vince-li-discharge-1.3977278

    Two questions spring to mind :

    “Weight of Evidence.” What “Weight of Evidence?” Does “Weight of Evidence” mean that this maniac hasn’t chopped off somebody’s head and eaten their eyeballs in the last 6 weeks?

    Does the “Schizophrenia Society of Canada” have central offices located on Parliament Hill in Ottawa?

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  28. @AndrewR
    Caucasoids hog space too.

    I recall being in Rome years ago and walking across a bridge about twelve feet wide. Six old women came a walkin' towards me, all elbow in elbow in that weird Italian way, taking up pretty much the entire bridge. I was as far over on the right as possible and was still on a collision course with one of them. I guess they expected me to tilt my body to the side to spare them the horrors of not being able to hog the whole bridge, but I am American and thought it was pretty rude how they thought they could hog the whole goddamn bridge, so I tilted not. This caused me to bump shoulders with the old witch (who remained upright, mind you) and the gaggle of them started yelling at me. "Maleducato" etc.

    A group of young men about my age saw the incident and called out to me. I thought they were angry about what they'd seen but they simply asked for a cigarette!

    Six old women came a walkin’ towards me, all elbow in elbow in that weird Italian way, taking up pretty much the entire bridge.

    You almost got Boudicca’d by those Roman crones!

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  29. @donut
    BTW does anyone here remember Carlos Castaneda ? I was a big fan and have a first edition of "Tales of Power" with an inscription from the author . I also had an signed copy of "Flashman and the Redskins " signed by GMF but I gave it to a friend of mine who was a fan . All the shit I've collected over the years I fear will end up in the dumpster , that is what ever doesn't catch the eyes of the cops , EMS, and what ever employees of the apt complex show up to steal . Some nice bronzes , a beautiful antique wooden statue of Kuan Yin , an original NAZI flag , a moth eaten early SS-Verfügungstruppe overseas cap , a few ancient Greek coins an ceramics . Not to mention a number of original donut works of outsider art . I guess I won't give a shit at that point : "our wealth abandons us at the moment of our death , our friends follow us to the edge of the grave , only our actions in this life follow us into the grave."

    > Carlos Castaneda

    Of course, He was always secretly high on Peyotl that he obtained from some idjuns, then made X-filey stuff about seeing the Matrix up and wrote it down like it really happened.

    Moebius did some good references in his crazy, delirious comics, so we have to be thankful that his writings were not complete waste of perfectly good trees.

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  30. Two more deputies responded and wrestled the 5-foot-5-inch, 110-pound Gomez to the floor.

    A journalist thinking he’s being sneaky.

    On the other hand, knowing how good newspaper readers are at thinking independently, his readers probably thought they cleverly figured something out that wasn’t spelled out explicitly for them. You always have to make people think they came to a conclusion themselves.

    It’s like the word “as”. Journalists (or “the linguistically disadvantaged” as I call them) think it’s magic thought glue. You take two concepts that don’t have anything to do with each other, but should, to further your narrative. You then separate them by “as” and there you go, they’re now connected.

    Trump makes female students uncomfortable as rape epidemic soars.
    This Syrian baby is crying as Donald Trump restricts immigration.

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    • Replies: @Opinionator
    How can you make people conclude by themselves that immigration should be significantly reduced?
    , @Frau Katze
    Anything to get Trump into the picture.

    NYT fight continues;

    Karen Pence Picks a Cause, and Art Therapists Feel Angst

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/10/well/mind/karen-pence-picks-a-cause-and-art-therapists-feel-angst.html

     

  31. @unpc downunder
    If Pablo Gomez does have an androgynous brain sex, and doesn't like being called he or she then why the male name Pablo? Why not chose something uni-sex like Ashley or Taylor? Then the court could simply refer to Pablo by their first name.

    However, since most theys refer to themselves by the subversive, politicised label "genderqueer" instead of the traditional, common-sense term androgynous, it's likely they have no intention of making things easier for other people to accommodate them. They just want to be deliberately awkward and piss off everyone else.

    Or sh it head

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  32. @Opinionator
    Mexicans Vow to Fight Trump by Jamming U.S. Courts
    The Wall Street Journal

    MEXICO CITY—Influential Mexicans are pushing an aggressive and perhaps risky strategy to fight a likely increase in deportations of their undocumented compatriots in the U.S.: jam U.S. immigration courts in hopes of causing the already overburdened system to break down.

    The proposal calls for ad campaigns advising migrants in the U.S. to take their cases to court and fight deportation if detained. “The backlog in the immigration system is tremendous,” said former Foreign Minister (((Jorge Castañeda))). The idea is to double or triple the backlog, “until [U.S. President Donald] Trump desists in this stupid idea,” he added.

    Mr. Castañeda is part of a group of Mexican officials, legislators, governors and public figures planning to meet with migrant groups Saturday in Phoenix to lay out plans to confront the Trump administration’s deportation policy....

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/mexicans-vow-to-fight-trump-by-jamming-u-s-courts-1486768500

    Does Mr. Castañeda hold US citizenship. Why is he being allowed entry to the United States?

    Opi, Of course they will fight these cases. The more Mexicans that they can get to stay in the USA, the more of everything for those who remain in Mexico.

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  33. @donut
    As for myself I don't despise the sturdy little brown people . I just wish they could prosper in their own country . And when it comes down to it I will bet on the despised " mestizoids" to send the Muzzies to the garden of Allah . BTW , has anyone here ever seen "The Sheik" ? It is a White woman's rape fantasy from 1921 . Could there be any relation between the hysterical female reaction to that obscene movie and the Nineteenth Amendment passed in 1920 ?

    donut, I agree that the Mexicans that I see in Florida, and I will assume are legally here, are hard working, church going family people. They may not aspire to a higher station in life, but they show up, work hard and are respectful. I wish I could say the same about the majority of another minority.

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    • Replies: @SFG
    Yeah, the one advantage we have over Europe is Mexicans are better than Muslims. They're Christian and they usually try to assimilate (at least outside the border region) if they have jobs. If they don't, they go ghetto.
    , @The Anti-Gnostic
    The problem we will have is all those hardworking roofers and landscapers will be disabled and paying even less taxes (as in, minus thirty percent) by age 55, if not 45. This is assuming they haven't been slurping up government services for their whole working lives already. Their children will do nothing, because automation will take all the jobs their parents did.
    , @Kylie
    That's been my observation about the Mexicans in the service industry in Dallas. They are hard-working and really give value for money. I like my servers to be on the formal side, no getting chummy with the customers. Mexican waiters give great service. And without ever overstepping the bounds of propriety, they always manage to suggest it's a delightful perk of the job that they can wait on a charming woman such as myself. I don't know how they do it. There must be something to that whole machismo thing.

    Then there's the other minority who always make me react with a civil but distant manner. They always manage to overstep the bounds of propriety. I don't know how they do it.
    , @MadDog
    It's the next generation that poses the problem. They want nice things but don't want to work as their parents did but also have no interest in getting a practical degree like accounting. So they join gangs.
  34. @donut
    BTW does anyone here remember Carlos Castaneda ? I was a big fan and have a first edition of "Tales of Power" with an inscription from the author . I also had an signed copy of "Flashman and the Redskins " signed by GMF but I gave it to a friend of mine who was a fan . All the shit I've collected over the years I fear will end up in the dumpster , that is what ever doesn't catch the eyes of the cops , EMS, and what ever employees of the apt complex show up to steal . Some nice bronzes , a beautiful antique wooden statue of Kuan Yin , an original NAZI flag , a moth eaten early SS-Verfügungstruppe overseas cap , a few ancient Greek coins an ceramics . Not to mention a number of original donut works of outsider art . I guess I won't give a shit at that point : "our wealth abandons us at the moment of our death , our friends follow us to the edge of the grave , only our actions in this life follow us into the grave."

    donut, Some unsolicited advice. Find a reputable Appraiser and Auctioneer. See if your possessions are worth anything, then sell or auction them. WWII German militaria still brings decent prices. You can donate the money to a charity and gain some Purgatory credit.

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    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    After my father died, I sold off the nazi paraphernalia he had picked up in WW II--some armbands, a helmet, a couple of uniform insignias. I got $1,000 for them from a dealer I found on-line. I was surprised that I got that much.
    , @donut
    Thank you Buffalo , I think the other two commenters were trolling me . I will take your advice .
  35. Given the wide acceptance of views and beliefs held by They on the progressive left, I can only assume that a large percentage of Them are mentally ill like They.

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    • Replies: @Patrick Harris
    It's evident to me that leftist activism both disproportionately attracts mentally and emotionally fragile people and actively cultivates that fragility through its ideology and cultural habitus. The real question is, by just how big a multiplier?
    , @Sabril
    I sometimes wonder if it would be useful to think of Leftism as a plague which infects and damages peoples' brains. In the same way that AIDS damages peoples' immune systems.
  36. @Buffalo Joe
    donut, I agree that the Mexicans that I see in Florida, and I will assume are legally here, are hard working, church going family people. They may not aspire to a higher station in life, but they show up, work hard and are respectful. I wish I could say the same about the majority of another minority.

    Yeah, the one advantage we have over Europe is Mexicans are better than Muslims. They’re Christian and they usually try to assimilate (at least outside the border region) if they have jobs. If they don’t, they go ghetto.

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    • Replies: @Fredrik
    But then again that's not really the right comparison. Your hispanics are our Eastern Europeans. Your blacks are our muslims.

    One come for work and the other doesn't
  37. @bomag

    Mr. Castañeda is part of a group of Mexican officials, legislators, governors and public figures planning to meet with migrant groups Saturday in Phoenix to lay out plans to confront the Trump administration’s deportation policy….
     
    More indication here that Mexican "immigration" is a blatant invasion coordinated by the Mexican government.

    Not really (though it sure feels that way). They have more people than jobs, so they use their northern border as a safety valve and income source. They might have some fantasies about reclaiming Arizona and California, but they know if it ever turns into a shooting war with the US they’re screwed.

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  38. @Arclight
    Given the wide acceptance of views and beliefs held by They on the progressive left, I can only assume that a large percentage of Them are mentally ill like They.

    It’s evident to me that leftist activism both disproportionately attracts mentally and emotionally fragile people and actively cultivates that fragility through its ideology and cultural habitus. The real question is, by just how big a multiplier?

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    Because of this wretched creep a young girl is dead, killed before her life even began. Not only did he kill her he wounded her family and friends. Now he’s this hysterical problem prisoner who’ll have to be warehoused and fed for the next forty years or so. Just a lose-lose situation all around.

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  40. @unpc downunder
    If Pablo Gomez does have an androgynous brain sex, and doesn't like being called he or she then why the male name Pablo? Why not chose something uni-sex like Ashley or Taylor? Then the court could simply refer to Pablo by their first name.

    However, since most theys refer to themselves by the subversive, politicised label "genderqueer" instead of the traditional, common-sense term androgynous, it's likely they have no intention of making things easier for other people to accommodate them. They just want to be deliberately awkward and piss off everyone else.

    I guess they could call him Pabla. But since he majored in “Chicanx/Latinx Studies” perhaps the gender neutral Pablx would be more appropriate.

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    • Replies: @Anon
    "I guess they could call him Pabla. But since he majored in “Chicanx/Latinx Studies” perhaps the gender neutral Pablx would be more appropriate."

    This intersectionality business --- mostly with gender politics, of course --- is clouding up the core issues.

    After all, whether we settle for 'Latino' or 'Latinx', it misses the central point that Latin American identity is one of imperialism and imposition. Since the majority of peoples in Latin America are not Latin, referring to them as 'Latino', 'Latina', or 'Latinx' misses the key point, i.e. that the natives and other have been forced to take on an alien identity.

    It would be like making American blacks, American Indians, Eskimos, and Hawaiians refer to themselves as Anglos, Anglas, or Anglx because they came under Anglo rule.
    Now, if an American Indian has been made to identify as 'Anglo', should his main concern be that he is NOT Anglo but a Sioux OR that he would prefer Anglx than Anglo because the latter is heteronormative or patriarchal?

    If we should all have identities based on whoever happens to be politically dominant, I suppose everyone in America should now refer to themselves as Judeo-Homo since Jews and homos dominate so many of the top institutions(like Latino-Conquistadores do in South America and Central America).

    This is proof of how 'intersectionality'(mainly with homo stuff) obfuscated so many important national, racial, and political issues. Instead of focusing on real identity and real power that have relevance to most people, it fixates on the gender-mania of homo and tranny deviants. And since the globalized West led the way in establishing this form of decadent politics, it renders all national struggles ridiculous and laughable, a game of virtue-signaling about the latest facebook fad on gender-trenders.

    The so-called anti-western movements have been thoroughly infected and corrupted with decadent fashions of the late West. After all, 'western values' of the Current Year claim to be MORE EVOLVED mainly based on its 'gender-bender' obsessions.
  41. @Lot

    Here is that Barnes review from the June 29, 1973, Times; there’s no Mr. Loaf reference.
     
    I think the NY Times had multiple editions back then. Mr. Loaf might have been in the early am, and changed later for the final.

    Reminds me of when Christopher Lee hosted SNL and Meat Loaf was the musical guest.

    After Meat Loaf’s first song Lee, in a display of subtle disdain for the act, announced in sardonic fashion “Mister Loaf will return later on.”

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  42. @donut
    BTW does anyone here remember Carlos Castaneda ? I was a big fan and have a first edition of "Tales of Power" with an inscription from the author . I also had an signed copy of "Flashman and the Redskins " signed by GMF but I gave it to a friend of mine who was a fan . All the shit I've collected over the years I fear will end up in the dumpster , that is what ever doesn't catch the eyes of the cops , EMS, and what ever employees of the apt complex show up to steal . Some nice bronzes , a beautiful antique wooden statue of Kuan Yin , an original NAZI flag , a moth eaten early SS-Verfügungstruppe overseas cap , a few ancient Greek coins an ceramics . Not to mention a number of original donut works of outsider art . I guess I won't give a shit at that point : "our wealth abandons us at the moment of our death , our friends follow us to the edge of the grave , only our actions in this life follow us into the grave."

    Castaneda’s masterwork, “The Art of Dreaming”, was a great influence on my sleep life and my vademecum in the wizard realms; and I have spent aeons poking about in “the junkyard of infinity” with it tucked, abstractly speaking, in my rucksack.

    I have some pity for this they character, who seems like someone obsessed with authority and personal boundaries; and who is now going to experience manhandling and violation of same as well as the arbitrary petty humiliations that go along with the incarceration experience. Reminds me of the poor dork who shot that Congresswoman; fixated on government tyranny and control and now entombed alive in a government supermax. Weird how people bring down upon themselves that which they fear.

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    • Replies: @Njguy73

    Weird how people bring down upon themselves that which they fear.
     
    That idea needs to be spread.
    , @Manchurian Take Out
    "...entombed alive in a government supermax."
    What a chilling thought for those of us who suffer claustrophobia.
  43. The DoJ seems to be stepping back from upholding the rights of the Transgendered to kill those who slight them, knowingly or not:

    https://archive.fo/SmL8d

    They might need to forget about receiving help from the DoJ, but I am sure they will be in big demand in jail.

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  44. One of the deputies had what appeared to be a deep scratch on one hand.

    One more reason not to work in law enforcement: the risk of contracting AIDS.

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  45. In other news, CA can’t make up its mind about whether it loves or hates the Trump Administration:

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    • Replies: @Escher
    How about the federal government keeping its hands off health care and education?
  46. They is likely just insane. That’s the problem of being a progressive for status and virtue-signaling reasons (like many of those cute women are). You end up getting in contact with a lot of real wackos and when you find out it is too late.

    Lots of people in the extreme left are mentally ill. I suppose many people in the alt-right are too, as all extremism tend to attract wackos, but it is less popular for now.

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  47. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @BenKenobi
    Speaking of the state of Western justice, from the Demented Dominion:

    Dude beheads person on a Greyhound bus in Canada some years ago and was found "not criminally responsible." He was given an "absolute discharge" this week. This basically means if he keeps out of further ahem, trouble, this incident will disappear from his criminal record.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/vince-li-discharge-1.3977278

    The problems with schizophrenics is when they feel good, they tend to go off their meds and have another episode. This guy will likely kill again.

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    • Replies: @Kylie
    "The problems with schizophrenics is when they feel good, they tend to go off their meds and have another episode. This guy will likely kill again."

    In my observation and experience dealing with schizophrenics, the real problem is that by law, schizophrenics off their meds cannot be arrested or involuntarily hospitalized until they have shown they are a physical danger to themselves and/or someone else. It takes quite a few days for florid psychosis to develop after a schizophrenic goes off his meds. During that period, while the individual is not actually dangerous, his increasingly bizarre and disruptive behavior makes life hell on earth for those around him. Finally he explodes in an undeniably dangerous way and is removed to a closed ward and medicated. When he is once again stable and poses no danger to anyone, he is released back into the community. Rinse and repeat.

    When Steve says the worst thing about being poor is having to be around other poor people, this is what I think of. It's miserable not just for the schizophrenic's family and friends but also for his neighbors. And we are all helpless to do anything because the individual is considered disabled and therefore has more rights than the rest of us. One of them can ruin an entire block.
  48. Link on the same page:

    http://ww2.kqed.org/news/2015/11/24/oakland-man-20-charged-with-murder-in-killing-of-muralist/

    “Ramos was working on an anti-violence mural …. when he was shot.”

    Oh, the irony!

    But, look at the bright side – a chance to cash in on the ghetto lottery for his family:

    https://evilleeye.com/news-commentary/crime/accused-antonio-ramos-killer-pleads-not-guilty-lawsuit-filed-ice-stolen-firearm/

    Ramos’ parents have retained the services of Attorney Frank Pitre who has filed a legal claim on their behalf against ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement). The weapon Holloway allegedly used to kill Ramos was a 9mm Glock 26 pistol that was stolen from an ICE agent’s car in SF on Sept. 13.

    Black brother kills brown brother working on whitey paid “mural” (they have these thing all over the ghettos everywhere – cuts down on the graffiti). Whitey is to blame, must pay. What happens when there are no more whiteys left to pay? Do you fold the circus like Ringling Bros. and everyone goes back to tending his maize patch?

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  49. @Buffalo Joe
    donut, Some unsolicited advice. Find a reputable Appraiser and Auctioneer. See if your possessions are worth anything, then sell or auction them. WWII German militaria still brings decent prices. You can donate the money to a charity and gain some Purgatory credit.

    After my father died, I sold off the nazi paraphernalia he had picked up in WW II–some armbands, a helmet, a couple of uniform insignias. I got $1,000 for them from a dealer I found on-line. I was surprised that I got that much.

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    harry, we have a big flea market here and I know a few collectors and dealers. The market is still there but the collectors are aging. My recently deceased aunt (92yrs old) tossed my late uncle's WWII leather bomber jacket with his insignias and rank still attached. I could have sold that alone for $1000.
  50. @Arclight
    Given the wide acceptance of views and beliefs held by They on the progressive left, I can only assume that a large percentage of Them are mentally ill like They.

    I sometimes wonder if it would be useful to think of Leftism as a plague which infects and damages peoples’ brains. In the same way that AIDS damages peoples’ immune systems.

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  51. @unpc downunder
    If Pablo Gomez does have an androgynous brain sex, and doesn't like being called he or she then why the male name Pablo? Why not chose something uni-sex like Ashley or Taylor? Then the court could simply refer to Pablo by their first name.

    However, since most theys refer to themselves by the subversive, politicised label "genderqueer" instead of the traditional, common-sense term androgynous, it's likely they have no intention of making things easier for other people to accommodate them. They just want to be deliberately awkward and piss off everyone else.

    Or Pablum, which captures the infantilism of They:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pablum

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    • Replies: @Peripatetic commenter
    Does it matter?

    In jail his new name will be: My bitch!

    Of course, he is probably starting to realize the consequences of his actions and may be contemplating a quick way out. I would put him on suicide watch because I wouldn't want him to escape the retribution coming his way.
  52. A sheriff’s deputy rushed to the room, and shouts of “Get off me!” could be heard in the courtroom. Two more deputies responded and wrestled the 5-foot-5-inch, 110-pound Gomez to the floor.

    Shouldn’t he have yelled, “Get off us!”

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    Shrink, Damn, you were so close but you should have written..." Shouldn't They have yelled, 'Get off us!'
  53. @Buffalo Joe
    donut, I agree that the Mexicans that I see in Florida, and I will assume are legally here, are hard working, church going family people. They may not aspire to a higher station in life, but they show up, work hard and are respectful. I wish I could say the same about the majority of another minority.

    The problem we will have is all those hardworking roofers and landscapers will be disabled and paying even less taxes (as in, minus thirty percent) by age 55, if not 45. This is assuming they haven’t been slurping up government services for their whole working lives already. Their children will do nothing, because automation will take all the jobs their parents did.

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    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    Anti, Roofing, hanging drywall. tile setting and concrete work are hard on anyone, but as you state, automation is coming. I now see self erecting masonry scaffolding, cement finishing screeds and brick laying robots.
  54. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    Pablo Gomez is fb friends with our other Berkeley Latinx favorite: Juan “deconstructing the anglocisheteropatriarchy” Prieto. His twitter handle is @el_queerito

    https://archive.is/WvJVm

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    • Replies: @Anon
    As indigenous people of the Americas, shouldn't they deconstruct Latino Conquistador patriarchy first and stop speaking Spanish and having Spanish names?

    Btw, the ridiculous thing is how these people are so totally colonized by Western Decadence despite their anti-western stance. Queerito? Was that an indigenous thing about the Aztecs? Did Mayans have studies on LGBT queer sandwich or burrito? Did Incas go around demanding that they be addressed as 'ze' or 'they'? What a ridiculous homo narcissistic freak show.

    I wonder if these clowns know that allowing homos to take control of their movements leads to Perez-Hilton-ization of politics. Imagine Karl Marx with pink hair, nose ring, nipple rings, tattoo on his ass, and prancing around in silk stocking and high heel shoes. A real movement has to be led to adults, not homo-prancers or pussy-hatters or antifa Manson-family-wanna-be's.

    Yes, homos and trannies exist, and they should have their own 'space' and freedom to indulge in their deviant stuff. But given the nature of their personalities --- vain, trivial, queenie-meanie, narcissistic, bitch, hissy-wissy --- , they don't make good leaders or ideologues of a mass movement that are supposed to represent the people.

    And this thing called 'patriarchy' actually serves most people well because it's about men taking on responsibilities as fathers and raising their sons with proper manhood and daughters with proper womanhood. All societies were patriarchal before modernity atomized everyone into mindless consumers. I mean, who would you want for as a father? Vito Corleone or They Gomez?
    Now, it's understandable that a homo son in the family feel somewhat left out of the patriarchal setting. It's like the homo son in C.R.A.Z.Y. So, there is a need to tolerate homos who were born different. But if it's wrong to insist that homo be normal like the rest, it is even more wrong to insist that that normal society bend over to the ways of homos that have no relevance to most people.

    The indigenous peoples of what is called 'Latin America' have legitimate gripes. They were conquered, and most of them still live in poverty and are neglected and even oppressed by descendants of the Conquistador elites even today. So, there has to be some kind of facing up with the truth and demand for a new way.

    But two things now stand in the way.

    One is Scapegringoing, Scapeyanquing, or Scapewhiting. Ironically, this is promoted by Latin whites. Latin whites, always fearful of the mestizo and indigeno masses, do their best to pretend that they are also people of color and united with the colored folks against the blanco gringo. It's like white Jews pretending to be part of the 'oppressed' against the Forever-Wasps.
    But the REAL problem in Latin American nation is that Conquistadors have done a bad job throughout history, and they still hold this power. I'm sick of Latin whites reviling 'whiteness' as a gringo thing. The 'nationalism' of most Latin American nations is evasive. It is not about "We are your leaders, look up to us" but "Gringos are your oppressors, so hate them instead of us." Thus, Conquis keep getting away with crap.



    The other is this homo ridiculousness. Once many important and legitmiate causes and studies became 'intersectionalized' with the prancy-pansy, vain-insane, silly-willy, hissy-wissy, fussy-wussy, whoopsy-doopsy, queenie-meanie, and bitchy-witchy obsessions and styles of homos and trannies, they were bound to become trivialized, infantilized, and rendered superficial and frivolous. Also, they become the plaything of the likes of George Soros who use identity politics to break down national barriers. With the 'intersectionality' of homos with everything else, globalists use non-whites against white gentiles but also weaken the nationalities of all non-whites since their causes have become so intertwined with globo-homo-gang at war with everything normative.

    That's what 'they' is.

    https://youtu.be/7NReUd2_0u0?t=1m41s
  55. What wonderful coverage, KQED. You should approach momma PBS for a big, documentary series about this astoundingly brave latter-day Sean of Arc. Some see prophetess, mother of social improvement and, gulp, inclusion when others deplorably see only dangerous blasting cap. However – I don’t want to second-guess such a social martyr – but shouldn’t They be referred to as Zhey or, because of unique complications in approach to gender in this case, Zhoi, or conceivably, Zhoo?

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  56. All due to low IQ multicultural infestation. Illegal immigration needs to be classified and enforced as a Federal crime hopefully soon. USA legal immigrants needs a new standard, no diseases, high than average IQ, specialty skill, training and education otherwise don’t even apply for entry.

    The Leftists lost the election we hold the high ground now, make every day count. In the infamous words of the Chicago Communist Valery Jarrett “Elections have consequences”.

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  57. @Opinionator
    Mexicans Vow to Fight Trump by Jamming U.S. Courts
    The Wall Street Journal

    MEXICO CITY—Influential Mexicans are pushing an aggressive and perhaps risky strategy to fight a likely increase in deportations of their undocumented compatriots in the U.S.: jam U.S. immigration courts in hopes of causing the already overburdened system to break down.

    The proposal calls for ad campaigns advising migrants in the U.S. to take their cases to court and fight deportation if detained. “The backlog in the immigration system is tremendous,” said former Foreign Minister (((Jorge Castañeda))). The idea is to double or triple the backlog, “until [U.S. President Donald] Trump desists in this stupid idea,” he added.

    Mr. Castañeda is part of a group of Mexican officials, legislators, governors and public figures planning to meet with migrant groups Saturday in Phoenix to lay out plans to confront the Trump administration’s deportation policy....

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/mexicans-vow-to-fight-trump-by-jamming-u-s-courts-1486768500

    Does Mr. Castañeda hold US citizenship. Why is he being allowed entry to the United States?

    Tillerson needs to revoke permissions for the 50(!) Mexican consulates operating in the United States/

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    • Replies: @Mr. Anon

    Tillerson needs to revoke permissions for the 50(!) Mexican consulates operating in the United States.
     
    Agreed. And Casteneda and all other mexican diplomatic personnel should be declared persona-non-grata and expelled.

    Additional court costs incurred by illegal aliens taking Mr. Casteneda's advice should be assessed and seized from any personal financial holdings residing in american that belong to mexican government officials.
  58. @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    'Two more deputies responded and wrestled the 5-foot-5-inch, 110-pound Gomez to the floor.'

    Two more deputies? That's excessive force right there. Not guilty, Your Honor, set Them free!

    Now it’s finally appropriate to sing that awful 80′s Sting song, “free, free, set them free…. if you love somebody….free, free, set them free”. The grammar makes perfect sense.

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    • Replies: @JimB
    Pablo needs to set free from their mortal coil.
  59. I see at least one positive thing for Mr. Gomez. I believe he doesn’t have to worry about being deported anymore. It looks like he may be in the US for the rest of his life now.

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  60. The suspect in the brutal edged-weapon murder of Emilie Inman in Berkeley, Pablo Gomez, is a repulsive mutant. Mass immigration has brought millions of mutants like Pablo Gomez to the United States.

    Emilie Inman was a beautiful young lady who had her whole life in front of her. Emilie Inman could have married and had many children. Emilie Inman could have brought more joy and love to the world.

    To paraphrase David Byrne, Brian Eno, Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison and Tina Weymouth: Emilie Inman seemed like a young lady who loved the world and all the people in it. Emilie Inman, by becoming a mother, could have been a pivot point of history between all of her people before and all the people of her line yet to come. Pablo Gomez, the suspect in her brutal murder, severed that link, that fulcrum, that primordial connection to the infinite past and infinite future.

    Read these further words from Talking Heads’ “The Great Curve” and think of Emilie Inman:

    The world moves on a woman’s hips
    The world moves and it swivels and bops
    The world moves on a woman’s hips
    The world moves and it bounces and hops
    A world of light…she’s gonna open our eyes up
    A world of light…she’s gonna open our eyes up

    Emilie Inman was taken from her future children, the future children that every day she could have opened up their eyes to the light.

    Berkeley has gone bonkers. The suspect in the murder of Emilie Inman should never have been in the United States.

    Mass expulsions and a complete and total immigration moratorium are in order.

    God Bless The Memory Of Emilie Inman

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    • Replies: @SFG
    She was a silly hippie who was messing with some ideas that have been very bad for the USA.

    She still didn't deserve to be killed, and I hope 'they' go away for a long time.

    , @Clyde
    Not going to disagree one bit and Big Curve is one is my favorites from The Talking Heads.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25E0ACkA6uo
    , @wren
    Pablo murdered her before she had a chance to have children of her own, but it seems that she left an impression on children she taught.

    I know several Waldorf kindergarten teachers, and they are all very maternal. Their students don't forget them.

    Pablo murdered her before she had the chance to teach in her own classroom, but I am sure that she will live on in many children's hearts.

    http://www.dailycal.org/2017/01/12/legacy-of-homicide-victim-emilie-inman-27-lives-on/
  61. After they’s execution, they’s remains should be deported.

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    • Replies: @Jack D
    They are not executing they. Even if they enforced the death penalty in California, which they don't , they is crazy as a loon and they don't execute loons.


    The California Supreme Court found the death penalty contrary to the state constitution in 1972, but the voters reinstated the death penalty a few months later by amending the state constitution and all repeal attempts have failed. But the leftist judges won in the end. Only 13 executions have been carried out since '72, the last one in 2006. Usually executions only happen when the murderer decides he doesn't want to live anymore and stops pursuing appeals. Otherwise, they can keep appealing on one ground or another until they die of old age. There 746 offenders on California's death row. Of those, 126 involved torture before murder, 173 killed children, and 44 murdered police officers. But chances are none of them will ever actually be executed.

  62. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    “Get off me!”

    I’m concerned that Gomez’ recent travails might be breaking him. Surely, he meant to say, “Get off them!”

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    • Replies: @Anon
    No, in the first-person objective they should use "us" (like the Queen), since, after all, nomen illis legio.
  63. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @donut
    As for myself I don't despise the sturdy little brown people . I just wish they could prosper in their own country . And when it comes down to it I will bet on the despised " mestizoids" to send the Muzzies to the garden of Allah . BTW , has anyone here ever seen "The Sheik" ? It is a White woman's rape fantasy from 1921 . Could there be any relation between the hysterical female reaction to that obscene movie and the Nineteenth Amendment passed in 1920 ?

    “As for myself I don’t despise the sturdy little brown people . I just wish they could prosper in their own country .

    I agree.

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    • Agree: Kylie
    • Replies: @Autochthon
    I suspect you don't despise them because they have not yet overrun your community. I suspect you are not an internally displaced person because of their invasion. A big problem – no different than the smug attitude of those like Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook, Bill Clinton, et al. who are completely insulated from the effects of their policies – is that otherwise sensible, conservative Americans in Kansas or Maine or what have you speak of how much the Mexicans they encounter assimilate and work hard, dismissing protests from those of us on the front lines, in-country (California, Texas, etc.) whose entire cities, counties, and, indeed, states are becoming places where it isn't safe for a blonde woman to walk the streets alone lest she be raped (Miami) and where one cannot so much as order a hamburger or get a job at McDonald's if not fluent in Spanish (much of coastal California; Miami). People like Steve and I face the thin end of the wedge, and those in Missouri shrug and say, "Meh. They aren't as violent as negroes or as alien as Mohammedans, and, hey, roofing services are cheaper. Huzzah!"

    Remember you said that.
  64. @The Anti-Gnostic
    The problem we will have is all those hardworking roofers and landscapers will be disabled and paying even less taxes (as in, minus thirty percent) by age 55, if not 45. This is assuming they haven't been slurping up government services for their whole working lives already. Their children will do nothing, because automation will take all the jobs their parents did.

    Anti, Roofing, hanging drywall. tile setting and concrete work are hard on anyone, but as you state, automation is coming. I now see self erecting masonry scaffolding, cement finishing screeds and brick laying robots.

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    • Replies: @Jack D
    These things will reduce the need for skilled labor but not eliminate it. What happens when you get to windows and corners, etc.? Probably the robot can do the easiest 80% of the job and when you get to a difficult area the human will take over.
    , @Expletive Deleted
    Bricks? Individual masonry units?! Daubed with some sort of primitive pargeting? How medieval.
    In the Future, your house comes on the back of a low-loader as flat precon sections, and is popped onto precast pilings or piers onsite using a Manitou, or maybe a mobile crane if it's especially grand. Both vehicles probably laser/GPS guided, the driver's just that, the driver. Not allowed to interfere with the remote-controlled process. The sections are assembled in factories, like they do with SIPs now.
  65. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @Anonymous
    "Get off me!"

    I'm concerned that Gomez' recent travails might be breaking him. Surely, he meant to say, "Get off them!"

    No, in the first-person objective they should use “us” (like the Queen), since, after all, nomen illis legio.

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  66. @Harry Baldwin
    After my father died, I sold off the nazi paraphernalia he had picked up in WW II--some armbands, a helmet, a couple of uniform insignias. I got $1,000 for them from a dealer I found on-line. I was surprised that I got that much.

    harry, we have a big flea market here and I know a few collectors and dealers. The market is still there but the collectors are aging. My recently deceased aunt (92yrs old) tossed my late uncle’s WWII leather bomber jacket with his insignias and rank still attached. I could have sold that alone for $1000.

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  67. @ShrinkWrapped
    A sheriff’s deputy rushed to the room, and shouts of “Get off me!” could be heard in the courtroom. Two more deputies responded and wrestled the 5-foot-5-inch, 110-pound Gomez to the floor.

    Shouldn't he have yelled, "Get off us!"

    Shrink, Damn, you were so close but you should have written…” Shouldn’t They have yelled, ‘Get off us!’

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  68. First ‘They’ came for the female students, and I did not speak out, because I am not a female student….

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  69. @Buffalo Joe
    donut, I agree that the Mexicans that I see in Florida, and I will assume are legally here, are hard working, church going family people. They may not aspire to a higher station in life, but they show up, work hard and are respectful. I wish I could say the same about the majority of another minority.

    That’s been my observation about the Mexicans in the service industry in Dallas. They are hard-working and really give value for money. I like my servers to be on the formal side, no getting chummy with the customers. Mexican waiters give great service. And without ever overstepping the bounds of propriety, they always manage to suggest it’s a delightful perk of the job that they can wait on a charming woman such as myself. I don’t know how they do it. There must be something to that whole machismo thing.

    Then there’s the other minority who always make me react with a civil but distant manner. They always manage to overstep the bounds of propriety. I don’t know how they do it.

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    • Replies: @Opinionator
    they always manage to suggest it’s a delightful perk of the job that they can wait on a charming woman such as myself.

    How do they manage to do this exactly?
    , @Buffalo Joe
    Kylie, charming indeed.
    , @Captain Caveman
    If blacks lived in constant fear of deportation they too would be civil and courteous.
    , @Truth
    Dayum Kylie, the Bruvas are still knocking each other over to give you attention? I'm jealous!

    Hey, by the way, you guys are always telling me White guys won't fight, won't defend what's theirs, won't protect their territory; I have to say, I disagree. I see lots of gents of the alabaster persuasion getting physical during these riots, of course, their not exactly your type of white folk, but hey, there's potential there...

    And, right-wing whities, they fight too, it just has to be over something important...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZhYWjP-4eM
    , @Chrisnonymous

    And without ever overstepping the bounds of propriety, they always manage to suggest it’s a delightful perk of the job that they can wait on a charming woman such as myself. I don’t know how they do it. There must be something to that whole machismo thing.
     
    You are like a Whiskey wet-dream. Ha, ha.

    Slightly more seriously, my experience is that the bounds of propriety are simply much more flexible when "machismo" comes into play.
  70. @donut
    As for myself I don't despise the sturdy little brown people . I just wish they could prosper in their own country . And when it comes down to it I will bet on the despised " mestizoids" to send the Muzzies to the garden of Allah . BTW , has anyone here ever seen "The Sheik" ? It is a White woman's rape fantasy from 1921 . Could there be any relation between the hysterical female reaction to that obscene movie and the Nineteenth Amendment passed in 1920 ?

    I just wish they could prosper in their own country

    A mentally ill misfit like “they” was never going to prosper anywhere. If you think it’s rough being genderqueer in America, just try it back in Guatemala.

    Prosperity is really not in the cards for most Indios. The modern world is not made for 5′ 1″, 110 lb, 85 IQ guys.

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  71. @Cortes
    Or Pablum, which captures the infantilism of They:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pablum

    Does it matter?

    In jail his new name will be: My bitch!

    Of course, he is probably starting to realize the consequences of his actions and may be contemplating a quick way out. I would put him on suicide watch because I wouldn’t want him to escape the retribution coming his way.

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  72. @Buffalo Joe
    Anti, Roofing, hanging drywall. tile setting and concrete work are hard on anyone, but as you state, automation is coming. I now see self erecting masonry scaffolding, cement finishing screeds and brick laying robots.

    These things will reduce the need for skilled labor but not eliminate it. What happens when you get to windows and corners, etc.? Probably the robot can do the easiest 80% of the job and when you get to a difficult area the human will take over.

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    • Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic
    Either way, we won't need the swarm of worker ants that's the current model.
    , @Buffalo Joe
    Jack, You are right to a certain degree, as all improvements have to start someplace. Drywall or sheet rock in 4'x16' sheets covers a lot of wall and replaces the lathers and the plasterers. You will need programers and technicians to man the robo bricklayer.
  73. I have some familiarity with the criminal justice system specifically in Alameda County, including the courts, DA and public defender’s offices, sheriff’s office, and jail system. “They” is likely having a very rough time, maybe only slightly better than “they” would be getting in Los Angeles (if that). Red jumpsuit means protective custody, and based on this incident, I’d say there’s good reason for that. A truculent, aggressive 5’5″, 110-pound individual has got problems in a male custodial environment.

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    • Replies: @marty
    You're a strange guy. Why would the kid be truculent in an environment where almost everyone he meets has as many diversity points as he does? (I've been in Santa Rita). Given this, why don't you enlighten us as to why he'd be in a protected classification in the first place?
    , @dr kill
    Truculent is a favorite adjective.
    , @Stan Adams
    Where do they keep the Ruskies who get caught sneaking around on nuclear wessels?

    ("They" meaning the Alameda authorities, and not the Berkeley lady-killer. "Lady-killer" meaning a dame-slayer - a man who kills women - and not a suave, smooth-talking ladies' man.)
  74. @Anon
    The problems with schizophrenics is when they feel good, they tend to go off their meds and have another episode. This guy will likely kill again.

    “The problems with schizophrenics is when they feel good, they tend to go off their meds and have another episode. This guy will likely kill again.”

    In my observation and experience dealing with schizophrenics, the real problem is that by law, schizophrenics off their meds cannot be arrested or involuntarily hospitalized until they have shown they are a physical danger to themselves and/or someone else. It takes quite a few days for florid psychosis to develop after a schizophrenic goes off his meds. During that period, while the individual is not actually dangerous, his increasingly bizarre and disruptive behavior makes life hell on earth for those around him. Finally he explodes in an undeniably dangerous way and is removed to a closed ward and medicated. When he is once again stable and poses no danger to anyone, he is released back into the community. Rinse and repeat.

    When Steve says the worst thing about being poor is having to be around other poor people, this is what I think of. It’s miserable not just for the schizophrenic’s family and friends but also for his neighbors. And we are all helpless to do anything because the individual is considered disabled and therefore has more rights than the rest of us. One of them can ruin an entire block.

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    • Replies: @Dumbo
    I think most schizophrenics are not violent, but they are very complicated to live with, so not even the family accepts them sometimes. (or sometimes they themselves reject treatment). This is why many end up in the streets.

    I think that the priority of the Law should be to be protect the public more than the "schizophrenic rights". In other words, to be cautious. Since this guy already showed violent tendencies and committed a terrible crime, he should be kept locked up indefinitely. It is not a question of punishment as much as protecting innocents.
    , @Anonymous
    The Eskimos had a solution. If someone abused the general societal trust too much, someone took it upon themselves to push him off the ice when no one was looking.

    There was a similar situation in Nodaway County, Missouri about thirty years ago. A local crazy made life tough for everyone until one day, when somehow no one was looking, a shot rang out and the miscreant was killed. They still haven't solved that one.

    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/crime/article24591469.html

    Ken Rex McElroy, 47, was a big, burly man with bushy sideburns, cold eyes and an ever-present gun. He was the Skidmore, Mo., bully. On July 10, 1981, on a hot summer morning in a fed-up town, he was shot to death in plain view of 30 to 40 people who gathered around his Chevrolet pickup outside a beer joint on Main Street. The crime remains unsolved and the identity of the shooter, a town secret.
     
  75. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @Anon
    Pablo Gomez is fb friends with our other Berkeley Latinx favorite: Juan "deconstructing the anglocisheteropatriarchy" Prieto. His twitter handle is @el_queerito

    https://archive.is/WvJVm

    As indigenous people of the Americas, shouldn’t they deconstruct Latino Conquistador patriarchy first and stop speaking Spanish and having Spanish names?

    Btw, the ridiculous thing is how these people are so totally colonized by Western Decadence despite their anti-western stance. Queerito? Was that an indigenous thing about the Aztecs? Did Mayans have studies on LGBT queer sandwich or burrito? Did Incas go around demanding that they be addressed as ‘ze’ or ‘they’? What a ridiculous homo narcissistic freak show.

    I wonder if these clowns know that allowing homos to take control of their movements leads to Perez-Hilton-ization of politics. Imagine Karl Marx with pink hair, nose ring, nipple rings, tattoo on his ass, and prancing around in silk stocking and high heel shoes. A real movement has to be led to adults, not homo-prancers or pussy-hatters or antifa Manson-family-wanna-be’s.

    Yes, homos and trannies exist, and they should have their own ‘space’ and freedom to indulge in their deviant stuff. But given the nature of their personalities — vain, trivial, queenie-meanie, narcissistic, bitch, hissy-wissy — , they don’t make good leaders or ideologues of a mass movement that are supposed to represent the people.

    And this thing called ‘patriarchy’ actually serves most people well because it’s about men taking on responsibilities as fathers and raising their sons with proper manhood and daughters with proper womanhood. All societies were patriarchal before modernity atomized everyone into mindless consumers. I mean, who would you want for as a father? Vito Corleone or They Gomez?
    Now, it’s understandable that a homo son in the family feel somewhat left out of the patriarchal setting. It’s like the homo son in C.R.A.Z.Y. So, there is a need to tolerate homos who were born different. But if it’s wrong to insist that homo be normal like the rest, it is even more wrong to insist that that normal society bend over to the ways of homos that have no relevance to most people.

    The indigenous peoples of what is called ‘Latin America’ have legitimate gripes. They were conquered, and most of them still live in poverty and are neglected and even oppressed by descendants of the Conquistador elites even today. So, there has to be some kind of facing up with the truth and demand for a new way.

    But two things now stand in the way.

    One is Scapegringoing, Scapeyanquing, or Scapewhiting. Ironically, this is promoted by Latin whites. Latin whites, always fearful of the mestizo and indigeno masses, do their best to pretend that they are also people of color and united with the colored folks against the blanco gringo. It’s like white Jews pretending to be part of the ‘oppressed’ against the Forever-Wasps.
    But the REAL problem in Latin American nation is that Conquistadors have done a bad job throughout history, and they still hold this power. I’m sick of Latin whites reviling ‘whiteness’ as a gringo thing. The ‘nationalism’ of most Latin American nations is evasive. It is not about “We are your leaders, look up to us” but “Gringos are your oppressors, so hate them instead of us.” Thus, Conquis keep getting away with crap.

    [MORE]

    The other is this homo ridiculousness. Once many important and legitmiate causes and studies became ‘intersectionalized’ with the prancy-pansy, vain-insane, silly-willy, hissy-wissy, fussy-wussy, whoopsy-doopsy, queenie-meanie, and bitchy-witchy obsessions and styles of homos and trannies, they were bound to become trivialized, infantilized, and rendered superficial and frivolous. Also, they become the plaything of the likes of George Soros who use identity politics to break down national barriers. With the ‘intersectionality’ of homos with everything else, globalists use non-whites against white gentiles but also weaken the nationalities of all non-whites since their causes have become so intertwined with globo-homo-gang at war with everything normative.

    That’s what ‘they’ is.

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  76. @Charles Pewitt
    https://twitter.com/Steve_Sailer/status/818643231357341700

    The suspect in the brutal edged-weapon murder of Emilie Inman in Berkeley, Pablo Gomez, is a repulsive mutant. Mass immigration has brought millions of mutants like Pablo Gomez to the United States.

    Emilie Inman was a beautiful young lady who had her whole life in front of her. Emilie Inman could have married and had many children. Emilie Inman could have brought more joy and love to the world.

    To paraphrase David Byrne, Brian Eno, Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison and Tina Weymouth: Emilie Inman seemed like a young lady who loved the world and all the people in it. Emilie Inman, by becoming a mother, could have been a pivot point of history between all of her people before and all the people of her line yet to come. Pablo Gomez, the suspect in her brutal murder, severed that link, that fulcrum, that primordial connection to the infinite past and infinite future.

    Read these further words from Talking Heads' "The Great Curve" and think of Emilie Inman:

    The world moves on a woman's hips
    The world moves and it swivels and bops
    The world moves on a woman's hips
    The world moves and it bounces and hops
    A world of light...she's gonna open our eyes up
    A world of light...she's gonna open our eyes up

    Emilie Inman was taken from her future children, the future children that every day she could have opened up their eyes to the light.

    Berkeley has gone bonkers. The suspect in the murder of Emilie Inman should never have been in the United States.

    Mass expulsions and a complete and total immigration moratorium are in order.

    God Bless The Memory Of Emilie Inman

    She was a silly hippie who was messing with some ideas that have been very bad for the USA.

    She still didn’t deserve to be killed, and I hope ‘they’ go away for a long time.

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    • Replies: @Charles Pewitt
    Men are supposed to protect and guide nations. It is assumed that some of the women in that nation will be "silly hippies" or some other sort of wayward woman. President Andrew Jackson made it a point to defend women from gossipy accusations even if those accusations had some basis in fact.

    You wrote of Emilie Inman, the young lady butchered by Pablo Gomez in Berkeley, California: "She was a silly hippie who was messing with some ideas that have been very bad for the USA." You also wrote: "She still didn't deserve to be killed, and I hope 'they' go away for a long time."


    I say women should be allowed their overly optimistic view of human nature. It is up to men to make sure that their unsteady female opinions do not destroy the nation. Let me say again that 53 percent of the White women in the United States voted for President Trump.

    Your comment does lead me back to Civil War II. If 47 percent of the White women voted for Hillary Clinton, then many White women have indeed been "messing with some ideas" that are dangerous to the USA.

    The suspect in the slaying of Emilie Inman, Pablo Gomez, should never have been in the United States. The mass immigration of tens of millions of non-Europeans has been a disaster for the United States.

    Emilie Inman would probably have been one of the Americans who blindly supports open borders mass immigration. It doesn't matter. Men of wisdom should have never allowed the mass immigration to begin with. Perhaps American men have lost control of their women and that is why we have lost control of our immigration policy.

    Mass immigration is destroying the United States. I see the tragedy and treason of the US government's immigration policy when I see a picture of the dead Emilie Inman.

    American men will get a chance to redeem themselves when Civil War II eventually breaks out into open conflict.
  77. @kihowi

    Two more deputies responded and wrestled the 5-foot-5-inch, 110-pound Gomez to the floor.
     
    A journalist thinking he's being sneaky.

    On the other hand, knowing how good newspaper readers are at thinking independently, his readers probably thought they cleverly figured something out that wasn't spelled out explicitly for them. You always have to make people think they came to a conclusion themselves.

    It's like the word "as". Journalists (or "the linguistically disadvantaged" as I call them) think it's magic thought glue. You take two concepts that don't have anything to do with each other, but should, to further your narrative. You then separate them by "as" and there you go, they're now connected.

    Trump makes female students uncomfortable as rape epidemic soars.
    This Syrian baby is crying as Donald Trump restricts immigration.

    How can you make people conclude by themselves that immigration should be significantly reduced?

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  78. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment
    @Timothy Schmeary
    I guess they could call him Pabla. But since he majored in "Chicanx/Latinx Studies" perhaps the gender neutral Pablx would be more appropriate.

    “I guess they could call him Pabla. But since he majored in “Chicanx/Latinx Studies” perhaps the gender neutral Pablx would be more appropriate.”

    This intersectionality business — mostly with gender politics, of course — is clouding up the core issues.

    After all, whether we settle for ‘Latino’ or ‘Latinx’, it misses the central point that Latin American identity is one of imperialism and imposition. Since the majority of peoples in Latin America are not Latin, referring to them as ‘Latino’, ‘Latina’, or ‘Latinx’ misses the key point, i.e. that the natives and other have been forced to take on an alien identity.

    It would be like making American blacks, American Indians, Eskimos, and Hawaiians refer to themselves as Anglos, Anglas, or Anglx because they came under Anglo rule.
    Now, if an American Indian has been made to identify as ‘Anglo’, should his main concern be that he is NOT Anglo but a Sioux OR that he would prefer Anglx than Anglo because the latter is heteronormative or patriarchal?

    If we should all have identities based on whoever happens to be politically dominant, I suppose everyone in America should now refer to themselves as Judeo-Homo since Jews and homos dominate so many of the top institutions(like Latino-Conquistadores do in South America and Central America).

    This is proof of how ‘intersectionality’(mainly with homo stuff) obfuscated so many important national, racial, and political issues. Instead of focusing on real identity and real power that have relevance to most people, it fixates on the gender-mania of homo and tranny deviants. And since the globalized West led the way in establishing this form of decadent politics, it renders all national struggles ridiculous and laughable, a game of virtue-signaling about the latest facebook fad on gender-trenders.

    The so-called anti-western movements have been thoroughly infected and corrupted with decadent fashions of the late West. After all, ‘western values’ of the Current Year claim to be MORE EVOLVED mainly based on its ‘gender-bender’ obsessions.

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    "The so-called anti-western movements have been thoroughly infected and corrupted with decadent fashions of the late West. After all, ‘western values’ of the Current Year claim to be MORE EVOLVED mainly based on its ‘gender-bender’ obsessions."

    Good rant. Thanks.

  79. @Dumbo
    They is likely just insane. That's the problem of being a progressive for status and virtue-signaling reasons (like many of those cute women are). You end up getting in contact with a lot of real wackos and when you find out it is too late.

    Lots of people in the extreme left are mentally ill. I suppose many people in the alt-right are too, as all extremism tend to attract wackos, but it is less popular for now.

    What is extreme about the Alt Right?

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  80. Update: in the week since this outburst, the Court in the case has apparently “declared a doubt” about Gomez’s mental competence and ordered a psych evaluation. This would be the first step to potentially sending “they” to Atascadero (California’s state mental hospital). An evaluation like this can go on for months. http://www.ebar.com/news/article.php?sec=news&article=72334

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    • Replies: @Expletive Deleted
    You mean the tiny maniac is terrified of ending up in proper big-boys' jail, where his BS won't fly, and is desperate to access safe, caring whiteman's custody in a pysch hospital. Time to throw an eppie or two, eh? After all, them's got away with fooling every gringo it's ever met so far, right up into the political classes. A nice SWPL lady psychiatrist should be putty in their stabby little hands.
  81. @Kylie
    That's been my observation about the Mexicans in the service industry in Dallas. They are hard-working and really give value for money. I like my servers to be on the formal side, no getting chummy with the customers. Mexican waiters give great service. And without ever overstepping the bounds of propriety, they always manage to suggest it's a delightful perk of the job that they can wait on a charming woman such as myself. I don't know how they do it. There must be something to that whole machismo thing.

    Then there's the other minority who always make me react with a civil but distant manner. They always manage to overstep the bounds of propriety. I don't know how they do it.

    they always manage to suggest it’s a delightful perk of the job that they can wait on a charming woman such as myself.

    How do they manage to do this exactly?

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  82. The idea that “technology” is going to make skilled labor a thing of the past cause machines sounds like the same “service economy” nonsense that got us into this place in the first place.

    I put technology in quotes cause more and more it seems tech consists of two things:

    - Electronic toys
    - Apps

    The idea that we are going to have housing autonomously build itself anytime soon (as one commenter suggested) when we have gone backwards in engineering since the 1960s is laffo. My hope is Trump realises that Silicon Valley is a black hole that revolves around trying to monetize ad revenue for the most part, and attempts to kick off a space race to jump start some engineering breakthroughs.

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  83. @Lugash
    Tillerson needs to revoke permissions for the 50(!) Mexican consulates operating in the United States/

    Tillerson needs to revoke permissions for the 50(!) Mexican consulates operating in the United States.

    Agreed. And Casteneda and all other mexican diplomatic personnel should be declared persona-non-grata and expelled.

    Additional court costs incurred by illegal aliens taking Mr. Casteneda’s advice should be assessed and seized from any personal financial holdings residing in american that belong to mexican government officials.

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  84. @Steve Sailer
    "Maleducato!"

    It seems pretty awesome to be exposed to that kind of local color in Rome.

    I heard my favorite Old Lady Malediction in ca. 1975 Russia.

    “Nye Kulturnye!”*, they would shout when some loutish yobbo would throw his trash in the street, puke in public, stagger around drunk, or run into someone, etc. Sometimes it would be issued with a shake of their fists.

    * “No culture!”, or perhaps more accurately, “Barbarian!”.

    [I rather like the Russian offense of "hooliganism". Make a violent or drunken spectacle of yourself and you would find yourself in jail for a couple weeks, with a shaved head, while spending your waking hours in a prison jumpsuit sweeping the streets.]

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    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    Big Bill, I was startled last year when driving through our town to see a group of orange jumpsuit clad men weed whacking alongside the road with a Sheriff deputy watching them. I totally approve. We have a brick paver buffer between the street and the sidewalk along our main drag and the teens sentenced to community service weed the cracks all day, even in the rain.
  85. @Veracitor
    After they's execution, they's remains should be deported.

    They are not executing they. Even if they enforced the death penalty in California, which they don’t , they is crazy as a loon and they don’t execute loons.

    The California Supreme Court found the death penalty contrary to the state constitution in 1972, but the voters reinstated the death penalty a few months later by amending the state constitution and all repeal attempts have failed. But the leftist judges won in the end. Only 13 executions have been carried out since ’72, the last one in 2006. Usually executions only happen when the murderer decides he doesn’t want to live anymore and stops pursuing appeals. Otherwise, they can keep appealing on one ground or another until they die of old age. There 746 offenders on California’s death row. Of those, 126 involved torture before murder, 173 killed children, and 44 murdered police officers. But chances are none of them will ever actually be executed.

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  86. @BenKenobi
    Speaking of the state of Western justice, from the Demented Dominion:

    Dude beheads person on a Greyhound bus in Canada some years ago and was found "not criminally responsible." He was given an "absolute discharge" this week. This basically means if he keeps out of further ahem, trouble, this incident will disappear from his criminal record.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/vince-li-discharge-1.3977278

    A mere youthful indiscretion. Who hasn’t, at least once, decapitated another person and eaten his flesh?

    Another interesting point is why the killer, Vince Li (Asian of some kind), was permitted to change his name to Will Lee Baker.

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  87. OT:

    From the tail-end of a “Daily Mail” story on the latest migrant sexual attack in Germany:

    ***

    In October, an Iraqi refugee who raped a 10-year-old boy at a swimming pool has had his conviction overturned because a court didn’t prove he realised the boy was saying no.

    The rapist, identified as Amir A, 20, violently sexually assaulted the boy in the changing room of Theresienbad pool in Austria claiming it was a ‘sexual emergency’ because he had not had sex for four months.

    But an appeal court in the country accepted the defence lawyer’s claim that the lower court had not done enough to prove he knew the schoolboy was saying no and overturned the conviction.

    ***

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    • Replies: @Dumbo
    Good God, but isn't it statutory rape anyway?

    And "sexual emergency" now is a reason?

    Germans have become insane.
    , @reiner Tor
    Actually, that story happened in Austria, not in Germany.
    , @El Dato
    Yeah this will go down great in Austria. ÖFP, please to the podium!

    I can't believe this, how does that even make sense?

    And then there are endless discussion about whether the husband can be banged up if the wife declares there was rape in the bedroom. Maybe he just didn't hear the "Nein?"
    , @Buffalo Joe
    D.K., Very hard to hear the victim saying no when you have your hand clamped over his mouth. Sad beyond belief.
  88. @Charles Pewitt
    https://twitter.com/Steve_Sailer/status/818643231357341700

    The suspect in the brutal edged-weapon murder of Emilie Inman in Berkeley, Pablo Gomez, is a repulsive mutant. Mass immigration has brought millions of mutants like Pablo Gomez to the United States.

    Emilie Inman was a beautiful young lady who had her whole life in front of her. Emilie Inman could have married and had many children. Emilie Inman could have brought more joy and love to the world.

    To paraphrase David Byrne, Brian Eno, Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison and Tina Weymouth: Emilie Inman seemed like a young lady who loved the world and all the people in it. Emilie Inman, by becoming a mother, could have been a pivot point of history between all of her people before and all the people of her line yet to come. Pablo Gomez, the suspect in her brutal murder, severed that link, that fulcrum, that primordial connection to the infinite past and infinite future.

    Read these further words from Talking Heads' "The Great Curve" and think of Emilie Inman:

    The world moves on a woman's hips
    The world moves and it swivels and bops
    The world moves on a woman's hips
    The world moves and it bounces and hops
    A world of light...she's gonna open our eyes up
    A world of light...she's gonna open our eyes up

    Emilie Inman was taken from her future children, the future children that every day she could have opened up their eyes to the light.

    Berkeley has gone bonkers. The suspect in the murder of Emilie Inman should never have been in the United States.

    Mass expulsions and a complete and total immigration moratorium are in order.

    God Bless The Memory Of Emilie Inman

    Not going to disagree one bit and Big Curve is one is my favorites from The Talking Heads.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25E0ACkA6uo

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    • Replies: @Immigrant from former USSR
    Finally I understood the meaning of the battery-powered toy,
    which was a wall-hanging plaque
    with a fish (bass ?), approximately in the year of 2000.
    That rubber bass was bending its head and singing
    "Take me to the river,
    Bring me to the water."
    I believe there was similar toy with alligator instead of fish,
    but do not remember the words it was (definitely) singing or saying.
    Thank you, dear Clyde !
  89. @kihowi

    Two more deputies responded and wrestled the 5-foot-5-inch, 110-pound Gomez to the floor.
     
    A journalist thinking he's being sneaky.

    On the other hand, knowing how good newspaper readers are at thinking independently, his readers probably thought they cleverly figured something out that wasn't spelled out explicitly for them. You always have to make people think they came to a conclusion themselves.

    It's like the word "as". Journalists (or "the linguistically disadvantaged" as I call them) think it's magic thought glue. You take two concepts that don't have anything to do with each other, but should, to further your narrative. You then separate them by "as" and there you go, they're now connected.

    Trump makes female students uncomfortable as rape epidemic soars.
    This Syrian baby is crying as Donald Trump restricts immigration.

    Anything to get Trump into the picture.

    NYT fight continues;

    Karen Pence Picks a Cause, and Art Therapists Feel Angst

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/10/well/mind/karen-pence-picks-a-cause-and-art-therapists-feel-angst.html

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  90. @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    'Two more deputies responded and wrestled the 5-foot-5-inch, 110-pound Gomez to the floor.'

    Two more deputies? That's excessive force right there. Not guilty, Your Honor, set Them free!

    Pablo is going to make some lucky San Quentin inmate a great wife.

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  91. @Kylie
    That's been my observation about the Mexicans in the service industry in Dallas. They are hard-working and really give value for money. I like my servers to be on the formal side, no getting chummy with the customers. Mexican waiters give great service. And without ever overstepping the bounds of propriety, they always manage to suggest it's a delightful perk of the job that they can wait on a charming woman such as myself. I don't know how they do it. There must be something to that whole machismo thing.

    Then there's the other minority who always make me react with a civil but distant manner. They always manage to overstep the bounds of propriety. I don't know how they do it.

    Kylie, charming indeed.

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  92. @Opinionator
    Mexicans Vow to Fight Trump by Jamming U.S. Courts
    The Wall Street Journal

    MEXICO CITY—Influential Mexicans are pushing an aggressive and perhaps risky strategy to fight a likely increase in deportations of their undocumented compatriots in the U.S.: jam U.S. immigration courts in hopes of causing the already overburdened system to break down.

    The proposal calls for ad campaigns advising migrants in the U.S. to take their cases to court and fight deportation if detained. “The backlog in the immigration system is tremendous,” said former Foreign Minister (((Jorge Castañeda))). The idea is to double or triple the backlog, “until [U.S. President Donald] Trump desists in this stupid idea,” he added.

    Mr. Castañeda is part of a group of Mexican officials, legislators, governors and public figures planning to meet with migrant groups Saturday in Phoenix to lay out plans to confront the Trump administration’s deportation policy....

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/mexicans-vow-to-fight-trump-by-jamming-u-s-courts-1486768500

    Does Mr. Castañeda hold US citizenship. Why is he being allowed entry to the United States?

    More to the point, why doesn’t Mexico want all these amazing people being sent back?

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  93. @SFG
    She was a silly hippie who was messing with some ideas that have been very bad for the USA.

    She still didn't deserve to be killed, and I hope 'they' go away for a long time.

    Men are supposed to protect and guide nations. It is assumed that some of the women in that nation will be “silly hippies” or some other sort of wayward woman. President Andrew Jackson made it a point to defend women from gossipy accusations even if those accusations had some basis in fact.

    You wrote of Emilie Inman, the young lady butchered by Pablo Gomez in Berkeley, California: “She was a silly hippie who was messing with some ideas that have been very bad for the USA.” You also wrote: “She still didn’t deserve to be killed, and I hope ‘they’ go away for a long time.”

    I say women should be allowed their overly optimistic view of human nature. It is up to men to make sure that their unsteady female opinions do not destroy the nation. Let me say again that 53 percent of the White women in the United States voted for President Trump.

    Your comment does lead me back to Civil War II. If 47 percent of the White women voted for Hillary Clinton, then many White women have indeed been “messing with some ideas” that are dangerous to the USA.

    The suspect in the slaying of Emilie Inman, Pablo Gomez, should never have been in the United States. The mass immigration of tens of millions of non-Europeans has been a disaster for the United States.

    Emilie Inman would probably have been one of the Americans who blindly supports open borders mass immigration. It doesn’t matter. Men of wisdom should have never allowed the mass immigration to begin with. Perhaps American men have lost control of their women and that is why we have lost control of our immigration policy.

    Mass immigration is destroying the United States. I see the tragedy and treason of the US government’s immigration policy when I see a picture of the dead Emilie Inman.

    American men will get a chance to redeem themselves when Civil War II eventually breaks out into open conflict.

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    • Replies: @SFG
    We kind of blew it with the 19th Amendment in that case. (And so did the rest of the world.)

    And, trust me, you don't want Civil War II. The bloodletting's not going to recreate pre-1950s America, it's going to produce a lot of small states that hate each other and have constant problems feeding themselves as the supply chain previously distributed across the North American continent breaks down. Plus wait and see who gets control of the nukes.
  94. @AndrewR
    How long can deportation hearing s be?

    "Show me your documentation."

    Should be thirty seconds per person.

    Exactly so. Sadly the video doesn’t seem to be online anywhere. In high school, my best friend’s dad was a cop. He had footage from his dad’s appearance on the local evening news which he always proudly showed anyone he could. His dad was helping the ICE (or whatever it was called in those days) raid a poultry-processing plant notorious for hiring illegal aliens (this was back in the eighties, the last time the federal executive actually enforced the law).

    In the footage, my friend’s dad is perp-walking a handcuffed illegal alien into the bus to be hauled off for processing and deportation. The perp is protesting passionately in Spanish about how he has rights and there’s been a misunderstanding, and all the rest of it. My friend’s dad stops and deadpans: “Well, show me your green card then.” The perp is silent. My buddy’s dad (a gruff, Southern fellow) then says, “You ain’t got one, do you?” and unceremoniously stuffs the invader into the bus. That’s about as much due process as these invaders deserve. It’s certainly as much as we Americans could expect if we were traipsing around their nations scamming the system, rioting, interfering with elections, etc.

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  95. @Kylie
    "The problems with schizophrenics is when they feel good, they tend to go off their meds and have another episode. This guy will likely kill again."

    In my observation and experience dealing with schizophrenics, the real problem is that by law, schizophrenics off their meds cannot be arrested or involuntarily hospitalized until they have shown they are a physical danger to themselves and/or someone else. It takes quite a few days for florid psychosis to develop after a schizophrenic goes off his meds. During that period, while the individual is not actually dangerous, his increasingly bizarre and disruptive behavior makes life hell on earth for those around him. Finally he explodes in an undeniably dangerous way and is removed to a closed ward and medicated. When he is once again stable and poses no danger to anyone, he is released back into the community. Rinse and repeat.

    When Steve says the worst thing about being poor is having to be around other poor people, this is what I think of. It's miserable not just for the schizophrenic's family and friends but also for his neighbors. And we are all helpless to do anything because the individual is considered disabled and therefore has more rights than the rest of us. One of them can ruin an entire block.

    I think most schizophrenics are not violent, but they are very complicated to live with, so not even the family accepts them sometimes. (or sometimes they themselves reject treatment). This is why many end up in the streets.

    I think that the priority of the Law should be to be protect the public more than the “schizophrenic rights”. In other words, to be cautious. Since this guy already showed violent tendencies and committed a terrible crime, he should be kept locked up indefinitely. It is not a question of punishment as much as protecting innocents.

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    • Replies: @Kylie
    Dumbo, I don't think schizophrenics are overrepresented among violent offenders like killers and rapists. But when off their meds, they can "act out" and harm themselves or someone else accidentally. I'm sorry if my earlier post wasn't clearer on that point.

    I agree the public needs to be protected from their outbursts.
  96. @D. K.
    OT:

    From the tail-end of a "Daily Mail" story on the latest migrant sexual attack in Germany:

    ***

    In October, an Iraqi refugee who raped a 10-year-old boy at a swimming pool has had his conviction overturned because a court didn't prove he realised the boy was saying no.

    The rapist, identified as Amir A, 20, violently sexually assaulted the boy in the changing room of Theresienbad pool in Austria claiming it was a 'sexual emergency' because he had not had sex for four months.

    But an appeal court in the country accepted the defence lawyer's claim that the lower court had not done enough to prove he knew the schoolboy was saying no and overturned the conviction.

    ***

    Good God, but isn’t it statutory rape anyway?

    And “sexual emergency” now is a reason?

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  97. @Anonymous
    "As for myself I don’t despise the sturdy little brown people . I just wish they could prosper in their own country .

    I agree.

    I suspect you don’t despise them because they have not yet overrun your community. I suspect you are not an internally displaced person because of their invasion. A big problem – no different than the smug attitude of those like Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook, Bill Clinton, et al. who are completely insulated from the effects of their policies – is that otherwise sensible, conservative Americans in Kansas or Maine or what have you speak of how much the Mexicans they encounter assimilate and work hard, dismissing protests from those of us on the front lines, in-country (California, Texas, etc.) whose entire cities, counties, and, indeed, states are becoming places where it isn’t safe for a blonde woman to walk the streets alone lest she be raped (Miami) and where one cannot so much as order a hamburger or get a job at McDonald’s if not fluent in Spanish (much of coastal California; Miami). People like Steve and I face the thin end of the wedge, and those in Missouri shrug and say, “Meh. They aren’t as violent as negroes or as alien as Mohammedans, and, hey, roofing services are cheaper. Huzzah!”

    Remember you said that.

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    "People like Steve and I face the thin end of the wedge, and those in Missouri shrug and say, 'Meh. They aren’t as violent as negroes or as alien as Mohammedans, and, hey, roofing services are cheaper. Huzzah!'"

    I'm in Missouri and I sure as hell don't say that. To me, the issue of having too many blacks, mestizos and Muslims in the U.S. has always been about quality of life as much as safety.

    I would gladly give up good service from Mexicans waiting tables in America if it meant they were being deported. I only mentioned their good work ethic to give the devil his due. In the same spirit of fairness, I'll add that of the three groups, Hispanics do the most good and least harm. That's a pretty low bar though.
  98. >>Members of Gomez’s family, friends from the UC Berkeley community ……

    Every association is a damned community these days. Community this, community that. The latino community, black community, Berkeley community, Muslim community, Intelligence community (I love that one). …Community, community, community. How do we strike this meme from the public mind?

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    • Agree: G Pinfold
    • Replies: @yaqub the mad scientist
    To steal from a hymnal of my childhood church: No matter how foul the action, no matter how depraved the belief, if two or three are gathered together in the name of community, Oprah shall grant thy request.
    , @Njguy73

    Community, community, community
     
    Many people keep using that word. I do not think it means what most of those people think it means.
    , @Laugh Track

    …Community, community, community. How do we strike this meme from the public mind?
     
    Hard to do, as everyone's invested in their own self-interested "community". What gets me (which I suppose is also your point) is that most of these "communities" are not in fact communities. They are interest groups and abstract categories that are represented by "community leaders" who are usually employees of non-profits who claim to represent these "communities". It can be a lucrative gig.
  99. I didn’t think this story was all that interesting, and what I did find interesting about it is that the feds wanted to give 800k to a Muslim school, not that the Muslim school turned it down, and why don’t the “separation of Church and State” fanatics shut this down (this being federal money going to religious schools in general, not just Muslim schools), but this name was just way too great to pass up:

    Fourth Muslim group rejects federal grant to fight extremism

    But the fledgling school’s founding president, Jihad Turk, said officials ultimately felt accepting the money would do more harm than good.

    My emphasis.

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  100. @D. K.
    OT:

    From the tail-end of a "Daily Mail" story on the latest migrant sexual attack in Germany:

    ***

    In October, an Iraqi refugee who raped a 10-year-old boy at a swimming pool has had his conviction overturned because a court didn't prove he realised the boy was saying no.

    The rapist, identified as Amir A, 20, violently sexually assaulted the boy in the changing room of Theresienbad pool in Austria claiming it was a 'sexual emergency' because he had not had sex for four months.

    But an appeal court in the country accepted the defence lawyer's claim that the lower court had not done enough to prove he knew the schoolboy was saying no and overturned the conviction.

    ***

    Actually, that story happened in Austria, not in Germany.

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    • Replies: @D. K.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4211686/Afghans-arrested-molesting-trapped-girls-slide.html

    ***

    Across the border in Austria, the problem is also present.

    In October, an Iraqi refugee who raped a 10-year-old boy at a swimming pool has had his conviction overturned because a court didn't prove he realised the boy was saying no.

    The rapist, identified as Amir A, 20, violently sexually assaulted the boy in the changing room of Theresienbad pool in Austria claiming it was a 'sexual emergency' because he had not had sex for four months.

    But an appeal court in the country accepted the defence lawyer's claim that the lower court had not done enough to prove he knew the schoolboy was saying no and overturned the conviction.

    ***
  101. @Kylie
    That's been my observation about the Mexicans in the service industry in Dallas. They are hard-working and really give value for money. I like my servers to be on the formal side, no getting chummy with the customers. Mexican waiters give great service. And without ever overstepping the bounds of propriety, they always manage to suggest it's a delightful perk of the job that they can wait on a charming woman such as myself. I don't know how they do it. There must be something to that whole machismo thing.

    Then there's the other minority who always make me react with a civil but distant manner. They always manage to overstep the bounds of propriety. I don't know how they do it.

    If blacks lived in constant fear of deportation they too would be civil and courteous.

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    • Replies: @Kylie
    "If blacks lived in constant fear of deportation they too would be civil and courteous."

    Actually I think people brazen enough to enter another country illegally and live and work there openly are not particularly cowed by.the thought of deportation. Certainly they weren't under Obama.

    As for blacks being cowed into civil and courteous behavior by anything other than the imminent threat of lynching, I have a really hard time even imagining that.
  102. But an appeal court in the country accepted the defence lawyer’s claim that the lower court had not done enough to prove he knew the schoolboy was saying no and overturned the conviction.

    This sort of thing will continue until this sort of thing becomes a thing:

    “The father of a boy raped by a Muslim immigrant pleaded not guilty of murder in killing an appellate court judge today, arguing that his blood was pumping so loudly in his ears that he couldn’t hear the judge saying that he didn’t want to die.”

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    • Replies: @Autochthon
    I've never been admitted to any Canadian bar, but raping children is almost universally a matter of strict liability; even if the boy had been enthusiastically screaming "Yes! Deeper! Harder! I love it! Take me, you hairy beast, and make me yours!" the perpetrator should still be found guilty of statutory rape.

    What in the Hell goes on in the Canadian legal system?!
    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    Reminds me of Gary Plauche (R.I.P.) and I am surprised we have not seen more follow that path

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PUE8fYxjq8
  103. @Thomas
    I have some familiarity with the criminal justice system specifically in Alameda County, including the courts, DA and public defender's offices, sheriff's office, and jail system. "They" is likely having a very rough time, maybe only slightly better than "they" would be getting in Los Angeles (if that). Red jumpsuit means protective custody, and based on this incident, I'd say there's good reason for that. A truculent, aggressive 5'5", 110-pound individual has got problems in a male custodial environment.

    You’re a strange guy. Why would the kid be truculent in an environment where almost everyone he meets has as many diversity points as he does? (I’ve been in Santa Rita). Given this, why don’t you enlighten us as to why he’d be in a protected classification in the first place?

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    I can think of two reasons why he'd be in protective custody. #1, he doesn't know what gender he is. #2, he murdered a cute white girl. Also stabbed a cute half Asian girl, and stole from a Latina.

    I mean, I've never been in prison, but based on cons I have known he wouldn't rank high in any hierarchy, to put it mildly.

    On the other hand, maybe he's in protective custody because he's losing his mind and they want to protect him. Furthermore, since he's genderqueer, maybe he feels he should be in the women's section of the prison (assuming they still segregate that way.)
    , @Thomas
    Red jumpsuit from the article indicates (in Alameda County) protective custody. He was in Twin Towers (which is for medical/mental classifications) in LA County. I'd assume his behavior indicated to the deputies and counselors that he was not to be placed in the dorms, and his size probably didn't help matters either. (I've been inside Santa Rita as well.) I don't think diversity points do much for you if you're the type to get into scraps with 3-4 deputy sheriffs when you're 5'5" and 110 lbs (they typically keep 4 in the master criminal department at Rene C. Davidson courthouse when the department is in session).

    As I indicated, the court appears to be sending him along the mental competence route, which is further indication he's probably not a fit candidate for a mainline custody environment.

    , @anonabana
    Well, they is an aggressively, flaming, homosexual--also small, slight of build, and feminine. Plus, on they's blogs, they makes it clear that they is very passionate about the plight of the black man.

    Being in the prison environment, if they is not segregated, the brothers will pass they around like a bottle of crown. I'm guessing they would like they a lot.
  104. @SFG
    Yeah, the one advantage we have over Europe is Mexicans are better than Muslims. They're Christian and they usually try to assimilate (at least outside the border region) if they have jobs. If they don't, they go ghetto.

    But then again that’s not really the right comparison. Your hispanics are our Eastern Europeans. Your blacks are our muslims.

    One come for work and the other doesn’t

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  105. @marty
    You're a strange guy. Why would the kid be truculent in an environment where almost everyone he meets has as many diversity points as he does? (I've been in Santa Rita). Given this, why don't you enlighten us as to why he'd be in a protected classification in the first place?

    I can think of two reasons why he’d be in protective custody. #1, he doesn’t know what gender he is. #2, he murdered a cute white girl. Also stabbed a cute half Asian girl, and stole from a Latina.

    I mean, I’ve never been in prison, but based on cons I have known he wouldn’t rank high in any hierarchy, to put it mildly.

    On the other hand, maybe he’s in protective custody because he’s losing his mind and they want to protect him. Furthermore, since he’s genderqueer, maybe he feels he should be in the women’s section of the prison (assuming they still segregate that way.)

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  106. @Daniel H
    >>Members of Gomez’s family, friends from the UC Berkeley community ......

    Every association is a damned community these days. Community this, community that. The latino community, black community, Berkeley community, Muslim community, Intelligence community (I love that one). ...Community, community, community. How do we strike this meme from the public mind?

    To steal from a hymnal of my childhood church: No matter how foul the action, no matter how depraved the belief, if two or three are gathered together in the name of community, Oprah shall grant thy request.

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  107. @unpc downunder
    If Pablo Gomez does have an androgynous brain sex, and doesn't like being called he or she then why the male name Pablo? Why not chose something uni-sex like Ashley or Taylor? Then the court could simply refer to Pablo by their first name.

    However, since most theys refer to themselves by the subversive, politicised label "genderqueer" instead of the traditional, common-sense term androgynous, it's likely they have no intention of making things easier for other people to accommodate them. They just want to be deliberately awkward and piss off everyone else.

    Why not chose something uni-sex like Ashley or Taylor?

    Look, if you’re gonna ask for reason and accountability here, you need to go somewhere else.

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  108. @anonymous-antiskynetist
    Castaneda's masterwork, "The Art of Dreaming", was a great influence on my sleep life and my vademecum in the wizard realms; and I have spent aeons poking about in "the junkyard of infinity" with it tucked, abstractly speaking, in my rucksack.

    I have some pity for this they character, who seems like someone obsessed with authority and personal boundaries; and who is now going to experience manhandling and violation of same as well as the arbitrary petty humiliations that go along with the incarceration experience. Reminds me of the poor dork who shot that Congresswoman; fixated on government tyranny and control and now entombed alive in a government supermax. Weird how people bring down upon themselves that which they fear.

    Weird how people bring down upon themselves that which they fear.

    That idea needs to be spread.

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  109. @Daniel H
    >>Members of Gomez’s family, friends from the UC Berkeley community ......

    Every association is a damned community these days. Community this, community that. The latino community, black community, Berkeley community, Muslim community, Intelligence community (I love that one). ...Community, community, community. How do we strike this meme from the public mind?

    Community, community, community

    Many people keep using that word. I do not think it means what most of those people think it means.

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  110. @Clyde
    Not going to disagree one bit and Big Curve is one is my favorites from The Talking Heads.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25E0ACkA6uo

    Finally I understood the meaning of the battery-powered toy,
    which was a wall-hanging plaque
    with a fish (bass ?), approximately in the year of 2000.
    That rubber bass was bending its head and singing
    “Take me to the river,
    Bring me to the water.”
    I believe there was similar toy with alligator instead of fish,
    but do not remember the words it was (definitely) singing or saying.
    Thank you, dear Clyde !

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anjT71N4PGM
    , @Clyde
    Hi
    You can find the original version by Al Green on youtube. He wrote "Take me to the River" and yes it is a quasi gospel song. Getting baptized. Take me to the river of life and water like the current Oroville dam over spill.
  111. @anonymous-antiskynetist
    Castaneda's masterwork, "The Art of Dreaming", was a great influence on my sleep life and my vademecum in the wizard realms; and I have spent aeons poking about in "the junkyard of infinity" with it tucked, abstractly speaking, in my rucksack.

    I have some pity for this they character, who seems like someone obsessed with authority and personal boundaries; and who is now going to experience manhandling and violation of same as well as the arbitrary petty humiliations that go along with the incarceration experience. Reminds me of the poor dork who shot that Congresswoman; fixated on government tyranny and control and now entombed alive in a government supermax. Weird how people bring down upon themselves that which they fear.

    “…entombed alive in a government supermax.”
    What a chilling thought for those of us who suffer claustrophobia.

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    yaqub, Hope he makes a cross country trek to meet and thank Justin Trudeau.
    , @BB753
    Judges who release sickos should be bound by law to house them during a couple of years in their own homes...
  113. @Jack D
    These things will reduce the need for skilled labor but not eliminate it. What happens when you get to windows and corners, etc.? Probably the robot can do the easiest 80% of the job and when you get to a difficult area the human will take over.

    Either way, we won’t need the swarm of worker ants that’s the current model.

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  114. @Jesse
    More to the point, why doesn't Mexico want all these amazing people being sent back?

    Indeed. Immigration is good for the economy.

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  115. @Dumbo
    I think most schizophrenics are not violent, but they are very complicated to live with, so not even the family accepts them sometimes. (or sometimes they themselves reject treatment). This is why many end up in the streets.

    I think that the priority of the Law should be to be protect the public more than the "schizophrenic rights". In other words, to be cautious. Since this guy already showed violent tendencies and committed a terrible crime, he should be kept locked up indefinitely. It is not a question of punishment as much as protecting innocents.

    Dumbo, I don’t think schizophrenics are overrepresented among violent offenders like killers and rapists. But when off their meds, they can “act out” and harm themselves or someone else accidentally. I’m sorry if my earlier post wasn’t clearer on that point.

    I agree the public needs to be protected from their outbursts.

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  116. @D. K.
    OT:

    From the tail-end of a "Daily Mail" story on the latest migrant sexual attack in Germany:

    ***

    In October, an Iraqi refugee who raped a 10-year-old boy at a swimming pool has had his conviction overturned because a court didn't prove he realised the boy was saying no.

    The rapist, identified as Amir A, 20, violently sexually assaulted the boy in the changing room of Theresienbad pool in Austria claiming it was a 'sexual emergency' because he had not had sex for four months.

    But an appeal court in the country accepted the defence lawyer's claim that the lower court had not done enough to prove he knew the schoolboy was saying no and overturned the conviction.

    ***

    Yeah this will go down great in Austria. ÖFP, please to the podium!

    I can’t believe this, how does that even make sense?

    And then there are endless discussion about whether the husband can be banged up if the wife declares there was rape in the bedroom. Maybe he just didn’t hear the “Nein?”

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  117. @Captain Caveman
    If blacks lived in constant fear of deportation they too would be civil and courteous.

    “If blacks lived in constant fear of deportation they too would be civil and courteous.”

    Actually I think people brazen enough to enter another country illegally and live and work there openly are not particularly cowed by.the thought of deportation. Certainly they weren’t under Obama.

    As for blacks being cowed into civil and courteous behavior by anything other than the imminent threat of lynching, I have a really hard time even imagining that.

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  118. @Daniel H
    >>Members of Gomez’s family, friends from the UC Berkeley community ......

    Every association is a damned community these days. Community this, community that. The latino community, black community, Berkeley community, Muslim community, Intelligence community (I love that one). ...Community, community, community. How do we strike this meme from the public mind?

    …Community, community, community. How do we strike this meme from the public mind?

    Hard to do, as everyone’s invested in their own self-interested “community”. What gets me (which I suppose is also your point) is that most of these “communities” are not in fact communities. They are interest groups and abstract categories that are represented by “community leaders” who are usually employees of non-profits who claim to represent these “communities”. It can be a lucrative gig.

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  119. @Autochthon
    I suspect you don't despise them because they have not yet overrun your community. I suspect you are not an internally displaced person because of their invasion. A big problem – no different than the smug attitude of those like Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook, Bill Clinton, et al. who are completely insulated from the effects of their policies – is that otherwise sensible, conservative Americans in Kansas or Maine or what have you speak of how much the Mexicans they encounter assimilate and work hard, dismissing protests from those of us on the front lines, in-country (California, Texas, etc.) whose entire cities, counties, and, indeed, states are becoming places where it isn't safe for a blonde woman to walk the streets alone lest she be raped (Miami) and where one cannot so much as order a hamburger or get a job at McDonald's if not fluent in Spanish (much of coastal California; Miami). People like Steve and I face the thin end of the wedge, and those in Missouri shrug and say, "Meh. They aren't as violent as negroes or as alien as Mohammedans, and, hey, roofing services are cheaper. Huzzah!"

    Remember you said that.

    “People like Steve and I face the thin end of the wedge, and those in Missouri shrug and say, ‘Meh. They aren’t as violent as negroes or as alien as Mohammedans, and, hey, roofing services are cheaper. Huzzah!’”

    I’m in Missouri and I sure as hell don’t say that. To me, the issue of having too many blacks, mestizos and Muslims in the U.S. has always been about quality of life as much as safety.

    I would gladly give up good service from Mexicans waiting tables in America if it meant they were being deported. I only mentioned their good work ethic to give the devil his due. In the same spirit of fairness, I’ll add that of the three groups, Hispanics do the most good and least harm. That’s a pretty low bar though.

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  120. @Anon
    "I guess they could call him Pabla. But since he majored in “Chicanx/Latinx Studies” perhaps the gender neutral Pablx would be more appropriate."

    This intersectionality business --- mostly with gender politics, of course --- is clouding up the core issues.

    After all, whether we settle for 'Latino' or 'Latinx', it misses the central point that Latin American identity is one of imperialism and imposition. Since the majority of peoples in Latin America are not Latin, referring to them as 'Latino', 'Latina', or 'Latinx' misses the key point, i.e. that the natives and other have been forced to take on an alien identity.

    It would be like making American blacks, American Indians, Eskimos, and Hawaiians refer to themselves as Anglos, Anglas, or Anglx because they came under Anglo rule.
    Now, if an American Indian has been made to identify as 'Anglo', should his main concern be that he is NOT Anglo but a Sioux OR that he would prefer Anglx than Anglo because the latter is heteronormative or patriarchal?

    If we should all have identities based on whoever happens to be politically dominant, I suppose everyone in America should now refer to themselves as Judeo-Homo since Jews and homos dominate so many of the top institutions(like Latino-Conquistadores do in South America and Central America).

    This is proof of how 'intersectionality'(mainly with homo stuff) obfuscated so many important national, racial, and political issues. Instead of focusing on real identity and real power that have relevance to most people, it fixates on the gender-mania of homo and tranny deviants. And since the globalized West led the way in establishing this form of decadent politics, it renders all national struggles ridiculous and laughable, a game of virtue-signaling about the latest facebook fad on gender-trenders.

    The so-called anti-western movements have been thoroughly infected and corrupted with decadent fashions of the late West. After all, 'western values' of the Current Year claim to be MORE EVOLVED mainly based on its 'gender-bender' obsessions.

    “The so-called anti-western movements have been thoroughly infected and corrupted with decadent fashions of the late West. After all, ‘western values’ of the Current Year claim to be MORE EVOLVED mainly based on its ‘gender-bender’ obsessions.”

    Good rant. Thanks.

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  121. @Thomas
    I have some familiarity with the criminal justice system specifically in Alameda County, including the courts, DA and public defender's offices, sheriff's office, and jail system. "They" is likely having a very rough time, maybe only slightly better than "they" would be getting in Los Angeles (if that). Red jumpsuit means protective custody, and based on this incident, I'd say there's good reason for that. A truculent, aggressive 5'5", 110-pound individual has got problems in a male custodial environment.

    Truculent is a favorite adjective.

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  122. @Svigor

    But an appeal court in the country accepted the defence lawyer’s claim that the lower court had not done enough to prove he knew the schoolboy was saying no and overturned the conviction.
     
    This sort of thing will continue until this sort of thing becomes a thing:

    "The father of a boy raped by a Muslim immigrant pleaded not guilty of murder in killing an appellate court judge today, arguing that his blood was pumping so loudly in his ears that he couldn't hear the judge saying that he didn't want to die."

    I’ve never been admitted to any Canadian bar, but raping children is almost universally a matter of strict liability; even if the boy had been enthusiastically screaming “Yes! Deeper! Harder! I love it! Take me, you hairy beast, and make me yours!” the perpetrator should still be found guilty of statutory rape.

    What in the Hell goes on in the Canadian legal system?!

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  123. @reiner Tor
    Actually, that story happened in Austria, not in Germany.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4211686/Afghans-arrested-molesting-trapped-girls-slide.html

    ***

    Across the border in Austria, the problem is also present.

    In October, an Iraqi refugee who raped a 10-year-old boy at a swimming pool has had his conviction overturned because a court didn’t prove he realised the boy was saying no.

    The rapist, identified as Amir A, 20, violently sexually assaulted the boy in the changing room of Theresienbad pool in Austria claiming it was a ‘sexual emergency’ because he had not had sex for four months.

    But an appeal court in the country accepted the defence lawyer’s claim that the lower court had not done enough to prove he knew the schoolboy was saying no and overturned the conviction.

    ***

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    an Iraqi refugee who raped a 10-year-old boy at a swimming pool has had his conviction overturned because a court didn't prove he realised the boy was saying no.
     
    Yes, because you know how 10 year old boys are--sometimes no means yes. I'm pretty sure Heartiste has posted about this a few times.

    Judge: "of course de boy vas saying 'no'."

    Lawyer: "herr doctor judge, I must disagree. It is like ven our grandpas didn't open de shower doors because they vere not sure de Jews vere really trying to get out, no?"

    Judge: "ah... Ja, ja, you are correct. Vee must overturn."


    the professional swimming association in Germany wanted to reduce escalating sex attacks by refugees at public baths by training migrants to become pool lifeguards.
     
    Of course! Lifeguards, immigration officers, police, soldiers... there are so many jobs the Merkel youth can be trained to do. And some of the teens even have 20+ years of weapons experience, so training will be cheap!
  124. @Buffalo Joe
    donut, Some unsolicited advice. Find a reputable Appraiser and Auctioneer. See if your possessions are worth anything, then sell or auction them. WWII German militaria still brings decent prices. You can donate the money to a charity and gain some Purgatory credit.

    Thank you Buffalo , I think the other two commenters were trolling me . I will take your advice .

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    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    Also check out Ebay. Look at the completed listings to see how much the items sold for; that will tell you what people think it is worth.

    I had some old cups commemorating the '56 Olympics or something. I looked on Ebay and found that there were many for sale at about $3 apiece so I gave them to Goodwill. OTOH, I had an old electric fan that I sold for $60+. YMMV.
  125. @marty
    You're a strange guy. Why would the kid be truculent in an environment where almost everyone he meets has as many diversity points as he does? (I've been in Santa Rita). Given this, why don't you enlighten us as to why he'd be in a protected classification in the first place?

    Red jumpsuit from the article indicates (in Alameda County) protective custody. He was in Twin Towers (which is for medical/mental classifications) in LA County. I’d assume his behavior indicated to the deputies and counselors that he was not to be placed in the dorms, and his size probably didn’t help matters either. (I’ve been inside Santa Rita as well.) I don’t think diversity points do much for you if you’re the type to get into scraps with 3-4 deputy sheriffs when you’re 5’5″ and 110 lbs (they typically keep 4 in the master criminal department at Rene C. Davidson courthouse when the department is in session).

    As I indicated, the court appears to be sending him along the mental competence route, which is further indication he’s probably not a fit candidate for a mainline custody environment.

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  126. @Jack D
    These things will reduce the need for skilled labor but not eliminate it. What happens when you get to windows and corners, etc.? Probably the robot can do the easiest 80% of the job and when you get to a difficult area the human will take over.

    Jack, You are right to a certain degree, as all improvements have to start someplace. Drywall or sheet rock in 4′x16′ sheets covers a lot of wall and replaces the lathers and the plasterers. You will need programers and technicians to man the robo bricklayer.

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  127. @Big Bill
    I heard my favorite Old Lady Malediction in ca. 1975 Russia.

    "Nye Kulturnye!"*, they would shout when some loutish yobbo would throw his trash in the street, puke in public, stagger around drunk, or run into someone, etc. Sometimes it would be issued with a shake of their fists.

    * "No culture!", or perhaps more accurately, "Barbarian!".

    [I rather like the Russian offense of "hooliganism". Make a violent or drunken spectacle of yourself and you would find yourself in jail for a couple weeks, with a shaved head, while spending your waking hours in a prison jumpsuit sweeping the streets.]

    Big Bill, I was startled last year when driving through our town to see a group of orange jumpsuit clad men weed whacking alongside the road with a Sheriff deputy watching them. I totally approve. We have a brick paver buffer between the street and the sidewalk along our main drag and the teens sentenced to community service weed the cracks all day, even in the rain.

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  128. @D. K.
    OT:

    From the tail-end of a "Daily Mail" story on the latest migrant sexual attack in Germany:

    ***

    In October, an Iraqi refugee who raped a 10-year-old boy at a swimming pool has had his conviction overturned because a court didn't prove he realised the boy was saying no.

    The rapist, identified as Amir A, 20, violently sexually assaulted the boy in the changing room of Theresienbad pool in Austria claiming it was a 'sexual emergency' because he had not had sex for four months.

    But an appeal court in the country accepted the defence lawyer's claim that the lower court had not done enough to prove he knew the schoolboy was saying no and overturned the conviction.

    ***

    D.K., Very hard to hear the victim saying no when you have your hand clamped over his mouth. Sad beyond belief.

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  129. @Charles Pewitt
    https://twitter.com/Steve_Sailer/status/818643231357341700

    The suspect in the brutal edged-weapon murder of Emilie Inman in Berkeley, Pablo Gomez, is a repulsive mutant. Mass immigration has brought millions of mutants like Pablo Gomez to the United States.

    Emilie Inman was a beautiful young lady who had her whole life in front of her. Emilie Inman could have married and had many children. Emilie Inman could have brought more joy and love to the world.

    To paraphrase David Byrne, Brian Eno, Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison and Tina Weymouth: Emilie Inman seemed like a young lady who loved the world and all the people in it. Emilie Inman, by becoming a mother, could have been a pivot point of history between all of her people before and all the people of her line yet to come. Pablo Gomez, the suspect in her brutal murder, severed that link, that fulcrum, that primordial connection to the infinite past and infinite future.

    Read these further words from Talking Heads' "The Great Curve" and think of Emilie Inman:

    The world moves on a woman's hips
    The world moves and it swivels and bops
    The world moves on a woman's hips
    The world moves and it bounces and hops
    A world of light...she's gonna open our eyes up
    A world of light...she's gonna open our eyes up

    Emilie Inman was taken from her future children, the future children that every day she could have opened up their eyes to the light.

    Berkeley has gone bonkers. The suspect in the murder of Emilie Inman should never have been in the United States.

    Mass expulsions and a complete and total immigration moratorium are in order.

    God Bless The Memory Of Emilie Inman

    Pablo murdered her before she had a chance to have children of her own, but it seems that she left an impression on children she taught.

    I know several Waldorf kindergarten teachers, and they are all very maternal. Their students don’t forget them.

    Pablo murdered her before she had the chance to teach in her own classroom, but I am sure that she will live on in many children’s hearts.

    http://www.dailycal.org/2017/01/12/legacy-of-homicide-victim-emilie-inman-27-lives-on/

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  130. A 5’ 10” THEY.

    Vancouver Sun, February 10, 2017

    Vancouver police are warning the public about a high-risk offender who is on the loose, Antoine Naskathey, 36, a second-time federal offender on a six-year long-term supervision order for a sexual assault.

    In 2001 and 2009, Naskathey was convicted for breaking into homes and sexually assaulting female residents. Naskathey has more than 50 convictions since 1994, primarily for break-and-enter, theft and property-related crimes.

    Police said Naskathey is “gender variant and does identify as female at times.”

    Naskathey is aboriginal, five feet, 10 inches tall, weighs 161 pounds.

    He was subsequently located and taken into custody.

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    I think genderqueers among the "Aboriginal" are called "Two Spirits" or "Twin Spirits" or something like that. It can be added to the general (LGBTQQIAA+ (actually it should just be L* -- the wild card covers everything) to get LGBTQQIAA2S and then there are a few more. We're almost at VIN number stage, but not quite.
  131. @Opinionator

    “He is losing it,” Arroyo said.

    Well of course they is. You called them “he” rather than they’s preferred pronoun “they.” What kind of Bay Area lawyer are you not to first ask about pronouns?
     
    Let us now praise Sailer's sense of humor.

    More like Steven Sailer is losing it…

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  132. @Thomas
    I have some familiarity with the criminal justice system specifically in Alameda County, including the courts, DA and public defender's offices, sheriff's office, and jail system. "They" is likely having a very rough time, maybe only slightly better than "they" would be getting in Los Angeles (if that). Red jumpsuit means protective custody, and based on this incident, I'd say there's good reason for that. A truculent, aggressive 5'5", 110-pound individual has got problems in a male custodial environment.

    Where do they keep the Ruskies who get caught sneaking around on nuclear wessels?

    (“They” meaning the Alameda authorities, and not the Berkeley lady-killer. “Lady-killer” meaning a dame-slayer – a man who kills women – and not a suave, smooth-talking ladies’ man.)

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    (“They” meaning the Alameda authorities, and not the Berkeley lady-killer. “Lady-killer” meaning a dame-slayer – a man who kills women – and not a suave, smooth-talking ladies’ man.)
     
    "Ladies' man"? Is that like a lady-boy, or a different gender altogether?
    , @SFG
    Growing up 'ladykiller' always meant an attractive guy from my experience.

    You could always call him Pablo Womanslayer, with a tip of the hat to (the very left-wing) Michael Moorcock.
  133. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    ” A real movement has to be led to adults, not homo-prancers …. given the nature of their personalities — vain, trivial, queenie-meanie, narcissistic, bitch, hissy-wissy — , they don’t make good leaders or ideologues of a mass movement that are supposed to represent the people.”

    Whittaker Chambers, Roy Cohn, J. Edgar Hoover, Cardinal Spellman…

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  134. @Formerly CARealist
    Now it's finally appropriate to sing that awful 80's Sting song, "free, free, set them free.... if you love somebody....free, free, set them free". The grammar makes perfect sense.

    Pablo needs to set free from their mortal coil.

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  135. @CCZ
    A 5’ 10” THEY.

    Vancouver Sun, February 10, 2017

    Vancouver police are warning the public about a high-risk offender who is on the loose, Antoine Naskathey, 36, a second-time federal offender on a six-year long-term supervision order for a sexual assault.

    In 2001 and 2009, Naskathey was convicted for breaking into homes and sexually assaulting female residents. Naskathey has more than 50 convictions since 1994, primarily for break-and-enter, theft and property-related crimes.

    Police said Naskathey is "gender variant and does identify as female at times."

    Naskathey is aboriginal, five feet, 10 inches tall, weighs 161 pounds.
     
    He was subsequently located and taken into custody.

    I think genderqueers among the “Aboriginal” are called “Two Spirits” or “Twin Spirits” or something like that. It can be added to the general (LGBTQQIAA+ (actually it should just be L* — the wild card covers everything) to get LGBTQQIAA2S and then there are a few more. We’re almost at VIN number stage, but not quite.

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  136. Incidentally, I noticed this right away but assumed someone commented on it, but apparently not: The profile photo on Pablo’s FB page titled “Deadly_Trans_formations” (with skull and cross bone punctuation) is dated 12/26/16, 10 days before the murder. This points to mental illness and intent.

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  137. @The most deplorable one
    In other news, CA can't make up its mind about whether it loves or hates the Trump Administration:

    https://twitter.com/CounterMoonbat/status/830064242976030720

    How about the federal government keeping its hands off health care and education?

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  138. @Svigor

    But an appeal court in the country accepted the defence lawyer’s claim that the lower court had not done enough to prove he knew the schoolboy was saying no and overturned the conviction.
     
    This sort of thing will continue until this sort of thing becomes a thing:

    "The father of a boy raped by a Muslim immigrant pleaded not guilty of murder in killing an appellate court judge today, arguing that his blood was pumping so loudly in his ears that he couldn't hear the judge saying that he didn't want to die."

    Reminds me of Gary Plauche (R.I.P.) and I am surprised we have not seen more follow that path

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PUE8fYxjq8

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  139. @Kylie
    That's been my observation about the Mexicans in the service industry in Dallas. They are hard-working and really give value for money. I like my servers to be on the formal side, no getting chummy with the customers. Mexican waiters give great service. And without ever overstepping the bounds of propriety, they always manage to suggest it's a delightful perk of the job that they can wait on a charming woman such as myself. I don't know how they do it. There must be something to that whole machismo thing.

    Then there's the other minority who always make me react with a civil but distant manner. They always manage to overstep the bounds of propriety. I don't know how they do it.

    Dayum Kylie, the Bruvas are still knocking each other over to give you attention? I’m jealous!

    Hey, by the way, you guys are always telling me White guys won’t fight, won’t defend what’s theirs, won’t protect their territory; I have to say, I disagree. I see lots of gents of the alabaster persuasion getting physical during these riots, of course, their not exactly your type of white folk, but hey, there’s potential there…

    And, right-wing whities, they fight too, it just has to be over something important…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZhYWjP-4eM

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  140. @Buffalo Joe
    donut, I agree that the Mexicans that I see in Florida, and I will assume are legally here, are hard working, church going family people. They may not aspire to a higher station in life, but they show up, work hard and are respectful. I wish I could say the same about the majority of another minority.

    It’s the next generation that poses the problem. They want nice things but don’t want to work as their parents did but also have no interest in getting a practical degree like accounting. So they join gangs.

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  141. @marty
    You're a strange guy. Why would the kid be truculent in an environment where almost everyone he meets has as many diversity points as he does? (I've been in Santa Rita). Given this, why don't you enlighten us as to why he'd be in a protected classification in the first place?

    Well, they is an aggressively, flaming, homosexual–also small, slight of build, and feminine. Plus, on they’s blogs, they makes it clear that they is very passionate about the plight of the black man.

    Being in the prison environment, if they is not segregated, the brothers will pass they around like a bottle of crown. I’m guessing they would like they a lot.

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  142. @Immigrant from former USSR
    Finally I understood the meaning of the battery-powered toy,
    which was a wall-hanging plaque
    with a fish (bass ?), approximately in the year of 2000.
    That rubber bass was bending its head and singing
    "Take me to the river,
    Bring me to the water."
    I believe there was similar toy with alligator instead of fish,
    but do not remember the words it was (definitely) singing or saying.
    Thank you, dear Clyde !
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  143. @Kylie
    That's been my observation about the Mexicans in the service industry in Dallas. They are hard-working and really give value for money. I like my servers to be on the formal side, no getting chummy with the customers. Mexican waiters give great service. And without ever overstepping the bounds of propriety, they always manage to suggest it's a delightful perk of the job that they can wait on a charming woman such as myself. I don't know how they do it. There must be something to that whole machismo thing.

    Then there's the other minority who always make me react with a civil but distant manner. They always manage to overstep the bounds of propriety. I don't know how they do it.

    And without ever overstepping the bounds of propriety, they always manage to suggest it’s a delightful perk of the job that they can wait on a charming woman such as myself. I don’t know how they do it. There must be something to that whole machismo thing.

    You are like a Whiskey wet-dream. Ha, ha.

    Slightly more seriously, my experience is that the bounds of propriety are simply much more flexible when “machismo” comes into play.

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  144. @Stan Adams
    Where do they keep the Ruskies who get caught sneaking around on nuclear wessels?

    ("They" meaning the Alameda authorities, and not the Berkeley lady-killer. "Lady-killer" meaning a dame-slayer - a man who kills women - and not a suave, smooth-talking ladies' man.)

    (“They” meaning the Alameda authorities, and not the Berkeley lady-killer. “Lady-killer” meaning a dame-slayer – a man who kills women – and not a suave, smooth-talking ladies’ man.)

    “Ladies’ man”? Is that like a lady-boy, or a different gender altogether?

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    A straight man-born-man with game.

    (Then again, a gamma who lives in his mother's basement has plenty of game ... video game. And an eight-terabyte hard drive full of smut.)
  145. @Buffalo Joe
    Anti, Roofing, hanging drywall. tile setting and concrete work are hard on anyone, but as you state, automation is coming. I now see self erecting masonry scaffolding, cement finishing screeds and brick laying robots.

    Bricks? Individual masonry units?! Daubed with some sort of primitive pargeting? How medieval.
    In the Future, your house comes on the back of a low-loader as flat precon sections, and is popped onto precast pilings or piers onsite using a Manitou, or maybe a mobile crane if it’s especially grand. Both vehicles probably laser/GPS guided, the driver’s just that, the driver. Not allowed to interfere with the remote-controlled process. The sections are assembled in factories, like they do with SIPs now.

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  146. @Thomas
    Update: in the week since this outburst, the Court in the case has apparently "declared a doubt" about Gomez's mental competence and ordered a psych evaluation. This would be the first step to potentially sending "they" to Atascadero (California's state mental hospital). An evaluation like this can go on for months. http://www.ebar.com/news/article.php?sec=news&article=72334

    You mean the tiny maniac is terrified of ending up in proper big-boys’ jail, where his BS won’t fly, and is desperate to access safe, caring whiteman’s custody in a pysch hospital. Time to throw an eppie or two, eh? After all, them’s got away with fooling every gringo it’s ever met so far, right up into the political classes. A nice SWPL lady psychiatrist should be putty in their stabby little hands.

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  147. @Charles Pewitt
    Men are supposed to protect and guide nations. It is assumed that some of the women in that nation will be "silly hippies" or some other sort of wayward woman. President Andrew Jackson made it a point to defend women from gossipy accusations even if those accusations had some basis in fact.

    You wrote of Emilie Inman, the young lady butchered by Pablo Gomez in Berkeley, California: "She was a silly hippie who was messing with some ideas that have been very bad for the USA." You also wrote: "She still didn't deserve to be killed, and I hope 'they' go away for a long time."


    I say women should be allowed their overly optimistic view of human nature. It is up to men to make sure that their unsteady female opinions do not destroy the nation. Let me say again that 53 percent of the White women in the United States voted for President Trump.

    Your comment does lead me back to Civil War II. If 47 percent of the White women voted for Hillary Clinton, then many White women have indeed been "messing with some ideas" that are dangerous to the USA.

    The suspect in the slaying of Emilie Inman, Pablo Gomez, should never have been in the United States. The mass immigration of tens of millions of non-Europeans has been a disaster for the United States.

    Emilie Inman would probably have been one of the Americans who blindly supports open borders mass immigration. It doesn't matter. Men of wisdom should have never allowed the mass immigration to begin with. Perhaps American men have lost control of their women and that is why we have lost control of our immigration policy.

    Mass immigration is destroying the United States. I see the tragedy and treason of the US government's immigration policy when I see a picture of the dead Emilie Inman.

    American men will get a chance to redeem themselves when Civil War II eventually breaks out into open conflict.

    We kind of blew it with the 19th Amendment in that case. (And so did the rest of the world.)

    And, trust me, you don’t want Civil War II. The bloodletting’s not going to recreate pre-1950s America, it’s going to produce a lot of small states that hate each other and have constant problems feeding themselves as the supply chain previously distributed across the North American continent breaks down. Plus wait and see who gets control of the nukes.

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    If Civil War II breaks out, which it probably will not because of legalized weed, video games and Netflix, the Chinese will seize Hawaii and the west coast. The nukes will stay in white hands as will the former SAC bases that hold them.
  148. @D. K.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4211686/Afghans-arrested-molesting-trapped-girls-slide.html

    ***

    Across the border in Austria, the problem is also present.

    In October, an Iraqi refugee who raped a 10-year-old boy at a swimming pool has had his conviction overturned because a court didn't prove he realised the boy was saying no.

    The rapist, identified as Amir A, 20, violently sexually assaulted the boy in the changing room of Theresienbad pool in Austria claiming it was a 'sexual emergency' because he had not had sex for four months.

    But an appeal court in the country accepted the defence lawyer's claim that the lower court had not done enough to prove he knew the schoolboy was saying no and overturned the conviction.

    ***

    an Iraqi refugee who raped a 10-year-old boy at a swimming pool has had his conviction overturned because a court didn’t prove he realised the boy was saying no.

    Yes, because you know how 10 year old boys are–sometimes no means yes. I’m pretty sure Heartiste has posted about this a few times.

    Judge: “of course de boy vas saying ‘no’.”

    Lawyer: “herr doctor judge, I must disagree. It is like ven our grandpas didn’t open de shower doors because they vere not sure de Jews vere really trying to get out, no?”

    Judge: “ah… Ja, ja, you are correct. Vee must overturn.”

    the professional swimming association in Germany wanted to reduce escalating sex attacks by refugees at public baths by training migrants to become pool lifeguards.

    Of course! Lifeguards, immigration officers, police, soldiers… there are so many jobs the Merkel youth can be trained to do. And some of the teens even have 20+ years of weapons experience, so training will be cheap!

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  149. @Immigrant from former USSR
    Finally I understood the meaning of the battery-powered toy,
    which was a wall-hanging plaque
    with a fish (bass ?), approximately in the year of 2000.
    That rubber bass was bending its head and singing
    "Take me to the river,
    Bring me to the water."
    I believe there was similar toy with alligator instead of fish,
    but do not remember the words it was (definitely) singing or saying.
    Thank you, dear Clyde !

    Hi
    You can find the original version by Al Green on youtube. He wrote “Take me to the River” and yes it is a quasi gospel song. Getting baptized. Take me to the river of life and water like the current Oroville dam over spill.

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  150. @donut
    Thank you Buffalo , I think the other two commenters were trolling me . I will take your advice .

    Also check out Ebay. Look at the completed listings to see how much the items sold for; that will tell you what people think it is worth.

    I had some old cups commemorating the ’56 Olympics or something. I looked on Ebay and found that there were many for sale at about $3 apiece so I gave them to Goodwill. OTOH, I had an old electric fan that I sold for $60+. YMMV.

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  151. @AndrewR
    Caucasoids hog space too.

    I recall being in Rome years ago and walking across a bridge about twelve feet wide. Six old women came a walkin' towards me, all elbow in elbow in that weird Italian way, taking up pretty much the entire bridge. I was as far over on the right as possible and was still on a collision course with one of them. I guess they expected me to tilt my body to the side to spare them the horrors of not being able to hog the whole bridge, but I am American and thought it was pretty rude how they thought they could hog the whole goddamn bridge, so I tilted not. This caused me to bump shoulders with the old witch (who remained upright, mind you) and the gaggle of them started yelling at me. "Maleducato" etc.

    A group of young men about my age saw the incident and called out to me. I thought they were angry about what they'd seen but they simply asked for a cigarette!

    You should have faked at one lady and spun around and crashed through another. The vocabulary it would have inspired would have been much more interesting.

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  152. @SFG
    We kind of blew it with the 19th Amendment in that case. (And so did the rest of the world.)

    And, trust me, you don't want Civil War II. The bloodletting's not going to recreate pre-1950s America, it's going to produce a lot of small states that hate each other and have constant problems feeding themselves as the supply chain previously distributed across the North American continent breaks down. Plus wait and see who gets control of the nukes.

    If Civil War II breaks out, which it probably will not because of legalized weed, video games and Netflix, the Chinese will seize Hawaii and the west coast. The nukes will stay in white hands as will the former SAC bases that hold them.

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  153. @Chrisnonymous

    (“They” meaning the Alameda authorities, and not the Berkeley lady-killer. “Lady-killer” meaning a dame-slayer – a man who kills women – and not a suave, smooth-talking ladies’ man.)
     
    "Ladies' man"? Is that like a lady-boy, or a different gender altogether?

    A straight man-born-man with game.

    (Then again, a gamma who lives in his mother’s basement has plenty of game … video game. And an eight-terabyte hard drive full of smut.)

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  154. @Stan Adams
    Where do they keep the Ruskies who get caught sneaking around on nuclear wessels?

    ("They" meaning the Alameda authorities, and not the Berkeley lady-killer. "Lady-killer" meaning a dame-slayer - a man who kills women - and not a suave, smooth-talking ladies' man.)

    Growing up ‘ladykiller’ always meant an attractive guy from my experience.

    You could always call him Pablo Womanslayer, with a tip of the hat to (the very left-wing) Michael Moorcock.

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    @Kylie
    "The problems with schizophrenics is when they feel good, they tend to go off their meds and have another episode. This guy will likely kill again."

    In my observation and experience dealing with schizophrenics, the real problem is that by law, schizophrenics off their meds cannot be arrested or involuntarily hospitalized until they have shown they are a physical danger to themselves and/or someone else. It takes quite a few days for florid psychosis to develop after a schizophrenic goes off his meds. During that period, while the individual is not actually dangerous, his increasingly bizarre and disruptive behavior makes life hell on earth for those around him. Finally he explodes in an undeniably dangerous way and is removed to a closed ward and medicated. When he is once again stable and poses no danger to anyone, he is released back into the community. Rinse and repeat.

    When Steve says the worst thing about being poor is having to be around other poor people, this is what I think of. It's miserable not just for the schizophrenic's family and friends but also for his neighbors. And we are all helpless to do anything because the individual is considered disabled and therefore has more rights than the rest of us. One of them can ruin an entire block.

    The Eskimos had a solution. If someone abused the general societal trust too much, someone took it upon themselves to push him off the ice when no one was looking.

    There was a similar situation in Nodaway County, Missouri about thirty years ago. A local crazy made life tough for everyone until one day, when somehow no one was looking, a shot rang out and the miscreant was killed. They still haven’t solved that one.

    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/crime/article24591469.html

    Ken Rex McElroy, 47, was a big, burly man with bushy sideburns, cold eyes and an ever-present gun. He was the Skidmore, Mo., bully. On July 10, 1981, on a hot summer morning in a fed-up town, he was shot to death in plain view of 30 to 40 people who gathered around his Chevrolet pickup outside a beer joint on Main Street. The crime remains unsolved and the identity of the shooter, a town secret.

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    There's a story going around about a recently retired NFL All-Pro player, known for his outstanding work ethic and toughness, who went back to the ghetto he grew up in and opened a bar. Some local disorganized criminal, who had plagued the neighborhood for years, started plaguing the new bar.

    And then this bad guy wasn't around anymore, and nobody including the cops, have seemed to be in any hurry to investigate.

  156. @Anonymous
    The Eskimos had a solution. If someone abused the general societal trust too much, someone took it upon themselves to push him off the ice when no one was looking.

    There was a similar situation in Nodaway County, Missouri about thirty years ago. A local crazy made life tough for everyone until one day, when somehow no one was looking, a shot rang out and the miscreant was killed. They still haven't solved that one.

    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/crime/article24591469.html

    Ken Rex McElroy, 47, was a big, burly man with bushy sideburns, cold eyes and an ever-present gun. He was the Skidmore, Mo., bully. On July 10, 1981, on a hot summer morning in a fed-up town, he was shot to death in plain view of 30 to 40 people who gathered around his Chevrolet pickup outside a beer joint on Main Street. The crime remains unsolved and the identity of the shooter, a town secret.
     

    There’s a story going around about a recently retired NFL All-Pro player, known for his outstanding work ethic and toughness, who went back to the ghetto he grew up in and opened a bar. Some local disorganized criminal, who had plagued the neighborhood for years, started plaguing the new bar.

    And then this bad guy wasn’t around anymore, and nobody including the cops, have seemed to be in any hurry to investigate.

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  157. @Steve Sailer
    Castaneda has been saying that since 1995.

    Since the 1980s Mexicans have shown up in our local small towns with cards delineating all the public services to which they might apply. Clearly, Mexican authorities have researched and disseminated this information. Coming north and mining the welfare state constitutes some kind of invasion.

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