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Just like the Orlando nightclub shooter and the San Bernardino husband were native-born Americans all. So why does Trump think that has any lessons for immigration policy?

 
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  1. Big Bill says:

    Magic Dirt. Just find out whether they were squirted out over US soil. Thats all you have to know.

  2. Precious says:

    I think Ted is just worried about being deported back to Taiwan. But really, Taiwan is a nice place. Although Ted would not be able to fool the higher IQ population there into voting for him.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Rufus
  3. Blubb says:

    Baffling. Absolutely astounding.

  4. Well, at least Teddy Lieu can be credited with tearing down stereotypes against Asians; namely, that they’re really smart.

    • LOL: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @Clyde
  5. Anon[246] • Disclaimer says:

    OT

    For the geeks out there …

    Ron’s advanced search options page properly deals with Boolean AND and OR search terms, as well as double quoting for “phrase searches,” I just discovered. In addition, it seems to do a certain amount of stemming before indexing, e.g., if you search for “schools” you’ll get results containing “schooled.”

    Unfortunately, the search index seems to only be updated every few days, so for recent stuff Google can be more reliable, but doesn’t have the control over fields, dates, author, and the like that Ron’s search does.

  6. Big Bill says:

    The Strasbourg shooter is going to get off. He’ll claim “brain damage” for banging his forehead against the ground five times a day for decades:

  7. Ted Lieu is an excellent example of why we need less immigration, illegal or otherwise.

    • Agree: densa, Trevor H., Hail
  8. I wonder what lessons on immigration policy should be drawn from Dylann Roof et al.

    This use terrorism to ban migration idea was always specious. You can use the possibility of terrorism among Muslim youths to increase the amount of attention paid to them by security forces, other than that, nada.

  9. Wait, I thought that Asians were supposed to be smart. Oh well, every group has the left side of their bell curve.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  10. Ted Lieu = U lie, Ted.

    That was too easy. Like shooting fish heads in a soup barrel.

    • Replies: @Forbes
    , @Hail
  11. @Big Bill

    The Strasbourg shooter is going to get off. He’ll claim “brain damage” for banging his forehead against the ground five times a day for decades:

    Or listening to too much headbanger metal.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Redneck farmer
  12. Venator says:

    OT (and I hope it is not trop deplacé to use this comment section, covering a real hate crime):

    Who coined the term hate-hoax? Was it Mr. Steve himself? I know he has a way with the words, and if so, I’d like to credit him.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    , @Hail
  13. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    Okay Ted, non-whites born in white nations cause problems.

    So, whites must prevent non-whites from giving birth in white nations.

    Look at the Strasbourg killer. Non-white born in white nation.

    Look at Teddy boy. Non-white born in white-made nation and a pain in the ass.

    White people need to learn. Even when non-whites are born in white nations, they are still a pain.

    Solution. Make sure non-whites are born in non-white nations and stay there.

    PS. While the Strasbourg killer is a psycho nut, I respect him more than Teddy boy. At least he rebelled against the power and struck out(albeit in a retarded way). Teddy boy is just a yellow dog who serves the Power.

  14. Rob McX says:

    “Home-grown” terrorists only reinforce what the alt-right has being saying all the time: Genes trump environment.

  15. @Nigerian Nationalist

    What’s specious is your logic. Your argument amounts to:

    “Once in a great while, a domestic cat becomes rabid, bites an old lady, and the lady dies. Therefore it is meaningless to speak of making sure Bengal tigers are not roaming suburbia with their immensely greater likelihood of attacking and killing old ladies they might encounter.”

    The invader Lieu’s argument amounts to: “The most recent tiger permitted to roam suburbia which killed an old lady was in fact born in a nearby zoo, not in the wilds of India, so the idea of keeping tigers from India off the streets is silly, and, furthermore, any tiger born in a zoo is no different from the human residents of suburbia.”

    • LOL: William Badwhite
  16. El Dato says:

    the deaths of innocent people

    It was an accident, I tell you!!

    No intentionality was used in the whole event.

  17. Why did France do a better job assimilating Italians, Poles and even the Irish than with Muslims? It must be racism.

    Oh, some of the francosexuals I follow on Twitter were posting “I Shot The Sheriff” music videos this evening. I’m not sure why.

    • Replies: @Dtbb
    , @kibernetika
  18. Anonymous[123] • Disclaimer says:
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    “You can use the possibility of terrorism among Muslim youths to increase the amount of attention paid to them by security forces, other than that, nada.”

    Thanks for filling us in on which conclusions we can draw. That having to think for myself thing was pretty daunting.

    • Agree: Cloudbuster
    • Replies: @Trevor H.
  19. J.Ross says: • Website

    Is this the same Californian East Asian politician who flat out said that he wanted to end freedom of speech but regrettably could not do so yet?
    ———
    This is brilliant and eminently quotable. Obviously written by a human, but claimed to be the result of AI watching the Hallmark channel.

    THE CHRISTMAS ON CHRISTMAS

    [MORE]

    Int. Small Town Snow Globe Refillery
    We see a single mother refilling snow globes with christmas juice. She is widow. Her husband died in every war.

    Single Mother: I refill snow globes better than Jesus Claus, yet still my twins are dad-free. Why? They need double-dad.

    Business man enters the shop. He wears clothes that cost money. His hands are briefcases, and he’s Hallmark hot.

    Single mother: Hi. Do your globes lack wet? Hurry, Christmas attacks soon.

    Business man has flashback to when he was business boy. A Christmas tree explodes his family on purpose. He now hates trees and Christmas and explosions. He exits the flashback.

    Business man: Shut your sound! I am from Huge City. I bought your land and am turning it into an oil resort.

    Single Mother: Rude behavior! This is a family business. I sell families. I am widow. My husband is now bones.

    Single mother points to her husband’s bones in the corner of the room. They are all gift-wrapped in egg nog.

    Business man: All of my wives are bones! That is America. But I must make money for my twins to live. They are a Prince.

    Single mother: I too own twins. Please, don’t have bought my land. Christmas is today.

    Business man: Laugh. I bought Christmas and now it is never. Unless we go on dates.

    Single mother: I cannot date because of a snow curse. I pray Santa helps me.

    Santa cannot help. She does not know but Santa was her husband. Santa is bones. Bones help nobody.

  20. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    The stereotype is intellect without morality. And California has plenty of illustrations.

    • Agree: Autochthon
  21. Ibound1 says:

    He’s right. It’s beyond immigration control now. We need to be thinking about deportation. Thanks Ted.

    • Agree: ben tillman
  22. Venator says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Thanks, I think that’s good enough to settle it!

    On topic, it seems there can be no remedy against the death of innocent people, because every proposition for it would be criticised as an evil instrumentalization of their death.

  23. densa says:

    Foreign-born Ted Lieu employed Abid Awan because no Americans could be found who wanted a good job in government IT.

    Lieu is on the following committees: foreign affairs, judiciary, oversight and reform, and subcommittees for information technology and national security (no, really). Lotta juice for a man who was appointed to office after being beaten in the election by a dead woman.

  24. @J.Ross

    Accurate stereotype, like most of them.

    But what it all comes down to in the end? First-world nations sign their collective death warrant by allowing floods of third-world immigrants. And yes, as we see time after time, the children of third-world immigrants are just as toxic–some times more so.

  25. @Nigerian Nationalist

    Who says so? Who says the French must dance inside the lines drawn in only the last few decades? Why can’t things get very nasty, very quickly? The men who are senior officers in the French police and military could have had fathers who were junior officers when this went down:

    Paris massacre of 1961
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris_massacre_of_1961

    This was less than a week ago. Anyone who assumes the French will just have to sit there and take it is crazy:

    • Replies: @donut
    , @Anonymous
  26. vinteuil says: • Website
    @Big Bill

    He’s not quite as cute as what’s-his-name from the Boston incident, but he’ll do, in a pinch.

    The private parts of the cat-ladies will be all a-quiver. To say nothing of the cockwombles.

  27. Jack D says:
    @Big Bill

    The 100% French Chekatt has even more brain damage now that the French police have shot him in the head.

    The only good news is that there are so few actual French people left that 2 out of 3 that he killed were not French. Chekatt killed a Thai tourist and an Afghan refugee. Do you still get your 72 virgins if you kill a fellow Muslim?

  28. The editor of Irish Central, a grotesque meatwagon named Niall O’Dowd, said the same thing about Omar Mateen. He was born in Queens, O’Dowd said. So, how dare you stop Irish migrants from overstaying their visas. The problem is with you Americans, not us!

    • Replies: @Pericles
  29. ‘Strasbourg man.’

    • Replies: @Trevor H.
  30. bored identity hates to break it for y’all, but it seems that the only way for Our Nation to get preserved in any meaningful form is to first let US be exposed to decades of Spenglerian Sans Spenglers Tribulations that would, (un)fortunately enough, end with the pendulum swinging back while knocking down indiscriminately everything that was on its way.

    Because optimism is cowardice.

    https://youtu.be/T35ZzNTgrww?t=26s

  31. @J.Ross

    Polygon words in metals bling.

  32. J.Ross says: • Website

    Senior Israeli lawmaker Avi Dichter called for the killing of all Palestinians in the Gaza Strip earlier this year.

    The politician who serves serves as a chair of the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee in the Knesset made the controversial remarks during the Great March of Return protests back in May. He said: “the Israeli army has enough bullets for every Palestinian.”

    Days Of Palestine reports: https://archive.fo/3R0ml

    Dichter is a senior member of the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s ruling Likud Party, which is a right wing one.

    Former director of Shin Bet internal security service and Minister of Internal Security Dichter said that the Israeli army is prepared to use all means, including lethal force to deter the Palestinians protesters.

    Since March 31, thousands of peaceful Palestinian protesters have been staging protests along the eastern fence of the Gaza Strip, calling for lifting the 12-year-old Israeli siege and reinforcing the right of the Palestinian refugees to return to their homes.

    Strategic Affairs Minister Gilad Erdan repeatedly referred to the protesters killed in Gaza as “Nazis,” saying that there were no demonstrations, just “Nazi anger.”

    He later added:

    “The number [of peaceful Palestinian protesters] killed does not mean anything because they are just Nazis anyhow.”

    Israel’s use of deadly force was condemned in June this year in a United Nations General Assembly resolution.

    https://archive.fo/3R0ml

    https://newspunch.com/senior-israeli-minister-called-for-killing-of-all-palestinians/

    Not real: when asked if dismissing criticism as Nazism while calling for the mass-murder of a hated minority might be something of a gaffe, Dichter and Erdan responded, “who’s going to call us on it? People who don’t own media, people who hold no office. It’s just more Nazi anger and we have bullets for them too.”

  33. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Jack D

    Islam defines innocent victims as Muslims in good standing with the community (like this Afghan). When Imams decry terror that kills innocents they are actually saying the opposite of what it sounds like. However, Islam is a massively pragmatic religion. It recognizes that most people don’t or cannot have anything to do with war, and that of those willing to help only a few will do actual fighting, but those will need the remainder for support, and assigns duties accordingly. It also recognizes that accidents happen and has a track record of re-routing blame.
    As has been widely observed and is difficult to hide, Islam has extensive policies of physical segregation. The first thing a “defense” of Cherif would ask is what the Afghan brother was doing in a Christmas market.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  34. Trevor H. says:
    @Anonymous

    I love the idea of Nigerians telling us what kind of immigration policy we’re allowed to have. Pretty much like being lectured to by the Indians, Chinese, Koreans, Mexicans and everyone else. Not a one of which would ever tolerate being lectured to in turn.

    • Agree: densa
  35. Trevor H. says:
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    Too exotic! I say we stick with French Man, or better yet European. Wait a minute, we must, must call him White Male, to make up for centuries of oppression.

  36. If you add one iSteve sentence to every Ted Lieu tweet you have Tatiana or Godfrey level satire.

  37. Anonymous[121] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross

    It’s not clear if that stereotype is accurate considering crime rates and personality studies. High intellect with fewer moral inhibitions may explain greater creativity among whites.

    https://www.amren.com/news/2008/08/race_and_psycho/

    “During the 65 or so years following its publication, the MMPI has been administered to a great many groups. Mean scores have been published by different investigators for a number of samples of blacks, whites, Asian-Americans, Hispanics and American Indians. All of these studies show a consistent pattern: Blacks and Indians have the highest psychopathic scores. Hispanics come next followed by whites. Ethnic Japanese and Chinese have the lowest scores. The same rank order of racial groups is found for all the expressions of psychopathic personality listed by the American Psychiatric Association, and these differences are found in both children and adults.”

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @Cloudbuster
    , @Anon
  38. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    Lieu looks upon white people like Chinese look upon Tibetans. White folks need to shout or tweet in unison, “WE ARE NOT TIBETANS”. Say no to Whitey Expulsion Act.

    • Replies: @rufus
  39. @J.Ross

    Ok where did you find that? I’m laughing my ass off over here.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @J.Ross
    , @J.Ross
  40. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Anonymous

    When a college graduate can get himself repeatedly elected to office and turns out to be a deeply corrupt criminal using his legislative influence to facilitate a massively illegal operation, he is demonstrating intellect without morality. A street thug can’t do any of that. Leland Yee did and almost got away with it. Because of his morality-free intellect.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  41. @Anonymous

    There’s probably a Goldilocks zone for psychopathy, and Whites are in it.

    Also, psychopathy level is not synonymous with level of morality or immorality.

    Chinese have an accurate stereotype of rampant theft of intellectual property, but other orientals don’t necessarily exhibit this behavior. They do, however, exhibit conformity. When your morality comes from the government, and the government tells you it’s OK, then a conformist people will … conform to what their government dictates.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
    , @Anonymous
  42. songbird says:
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    The blood and guts of innocents have never moved culpable political leaders to conscience and caused them to reevaluate their policies. That much is certain. Though, I don’t doubt that it has had an influence on the leaders of other countries not invested neck-deep in the ideology of globalism, as well as normal people in those countries which are swamped by it.

    A lot of people seem to dismiss terrorism as a historical force, attributing big events to armies. I believe that is just wishful thinking. Demographics influence terrorism and terrorism influences demographics – that’s what history seems to say. Has technology changed that? Digital snooping and CC TV? Maybe, but maybe not.

  43. anon[115] • Disclaimer says:

    Ted Lieu said he would love to be able to regulate speech:
    https://www.breitbart.com/video/2018/12/13/lieu-would-love-to-regulate-speech-but-first-amendment-prevents-me/

    Wednesday on CNN, Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) said he “would love” to be able to regulate free speech, but lamented the First Amendment is preventing him.

    “I would love to be able to regulate the content of speech,” Lieu stated. “The First Amendment prevents me from doing so, and that’s simply a function of the First Amendment. But I think over the long run, it’s better that government does not regulate the content of speech.”

    Lieu then added that private companies should better regulate speech themselves.

    “I would urge these private-sector companies to regulate better themselves, but it’s really nothing that I believe government can do,” he said.

    I’m American-Asian and I think Turd Lieu should be deported to China. He’ll feel more at home there.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Jack D
  44. J.Ross says: • Website
    @MikeatMikedotMike

    It is said that this was a College Humor writer releasing stuff over his twitter feed. But those who say that did not mention what his name was.
    He also did an Olive Garden commercial (“The stick is endless. It is outside tine. It is all”).

  45. J.Ross says: • Website
    @MikeatMikedotMike

    Found it, this is Keaton Patti, who is a comedy writer of the moment and has apparently worked for everybody but College Humor.

    He does a lot of great definition play one-liners, something like Steven Wright:
    “You can just tell people you are in the Dave Matthews Band. No one ever checks.”

  46. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:

    He’s my Congress critter.

    If anyone is so naive and deluded as to think Chinese are natural allies of Whites because they have normal average IQs instead of borderline retarded average IQs and are natural conservatives check him out.

    He’s Waxman’s carefully selected replacement as anti White and radical as Feinstein Boxer and Brown who selected him.

    There are virtually no Chinese in this White Jewish ultra liberal district. Their colonial outposts are 5o miles east. Lieu was parachuted in as an example of the new Chinese Jewish alliance against evil Whitey.

    Years of reading the local Jewish newspaper I figured the Jews were getting ready to make one of their historic jumps from USA to China a long time ago. Like all W Los Angeles politicians he’s a Jew or Jewish puppet. Hes the first non Jewish politician in a long time in the area

    He’s always weeping about oppressed minorites, fighting racism and hate at our local version of the wailing wall, the Holocaust Temple at Pico and Rexford. You should see the monstrosity.

    It’s a typical frumpy Los Angeles business street. One and two story dowdy white stucco small businesses.

    And in the midst of this rises a monstrous like 8 story half block long polished brown granite Darth Vader fortress. Think of the Tower of London or the Bastille in an ordinary neighborhood. The Jews got a zoning exemption to build that huge building

    There are no windows as is customary in Los Angeles Jewish buildings including the Hillel fortress at UCLA. That fortress has arrow slits to defend against the Cossacks.

    Tim Wise runs an operation out of the Holocaust Temple fortress. The Jewish buildings are architectural manifestations if Jewish domination arrogance and insane paranoia. Some of their buildings like the Sid and Joyce Black building on Wiltshire have big rough guards with machine guns swaggering about. They have accents. Local Jews are thrilled that they are so important that they need Israeli guards.

    At least lieu’s married and not militant gay like our county supervisor gay Jew Bonin. We have a separate city council who spend their time taking care of this small city instead of bloviating about saving the world thank God

    The west LA rep in the Los Angeles city council is another gay Jew, Shelia Kuehl

    Ever seen that holocaust fortress Steve?? The pentagon is less intimidating. It really reminds me of the history books relating how William the conquered built the Tower of London both as a necessary residence/ fortress and to intimidate the defeated English.

  47. J.Ross says: • Website
    @MikeatMikedotMike

    Last reply: here are all of the “AI” scripts in one place.
    https://www.instagram.com/bot_scripts/

    • Replies: @MikeatMikedotMike
  48. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    I don’t give a rats ass about all these studies about how wonderful Chinese are. Lieu ‘s my Congress critter and he’s a White hating Jewish ultra liberal puppet.

  49. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross

    Yes he is, my Jewish puppet congress critter.

  50. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    He was shot dead today. 27 criminal convictions 4 years in prison. Police went to his home to arrest him the day of the Christmas market shooting. Warrant out for armed robbery and attempted murder. Police found rifles and grenades in his home. Father and adult brothers all at home in the middle of the day when police arrived

    Being Muslims they don’t work of course. That’s for the French wage slaves. He’s dead French taxpayers won’t have to support him for the next 50 or 60 years.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  51. @Anon

    He was shot dead today.

    Change that to “death metal”, then.

  52. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    Dylann Roof in the most mainstream and defamatory presentation is not comparable to internationally organized and supported Islamic terrorism. Departing from that, he’s further away from the comparison.
    Dylann Roof was responding to BLM. One of the people he killed (possibly the only one) was a local politician working to bring a BLM riot there to wreck the local economy. Assassinating an outspoken politician is self-explanatorily a response to or defense against his policies. But of course in the official story Roof just killed eight random black people because of skin color (although, in his police interview, he doesn’t seem to be aware that he did).
    Muslim terrorists are “responding” to the existence of non-Muslim and haram Europe with its newspapers and sex shows and Jews.
    Roof could have been shut up by not burning cities down, or by police actually enforcing existing law; Muslims will theoretically be appeased once they’ve destroyed the last church and killed the last white non-Muslim.

  53. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Cloudbuster

    When your morality comes from the government, and the government tells you it’s OK, then a conformist people will … conform to what their government dictates.

    But isn’t that what morality is? Conforming to rules?

    Liberalism is killing us because we want to make our own rules. That leads to chaos and degeneracy. Individualism is social death.

    The problem we have is that or governments in the West do not give us sensible rules to adhere to, and they keep changing the rules.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
  54. Anonymous[280] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross

    I think the record is still held by Boss Tweed, who is estimated to have stolen up to $8 billion in today’s dollars. Tweed didn’t go to college but his family was Quaker, who were among the highest IQ groups around at the time.

  55. Tiny Duck says:
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    Fact is white male christians are a the real terrorists

  56. Anonymous[280] • Disclaimer says:
    @Cloudbuster

    Criminality and psychopathy are immoral or amoral by definition. There are crimes of conscience that can’t be considered immoral or amoral, but most crimes are for things most people consider wrong.

  57. Forbes says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Reminds me of the saying about the fool keeping his mouth shut, instead of opening it and removing all doubt…

  58. …the killer in the terrorist attack was born in Strasbourg, France.

    That’s Strasbourg, Alsace, buddy.

    Lieu doesn’t know his lieux.

    • Replies: @Anon
  59. istevefan says:
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    I wonder what lessons on immigration policy should be drawn from Dylann Roof et al.

    That’s about as pertinent as asking what lessons on fiscal policy should be drawn from Dylann Roof et al. In both cases the latter has nothing to do with the former.

  60. Roger says:

    It is funny to hear immigration advocates make a point of saying that a crime was committed by a child of immigrants, not an immigrant.

    The immigration problem is much worse if the first and second generation children have every opportunity to assimilate, but still become terrorists.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @JimB
  61. Clyde says:
    @MikeatMikedotMike

    Well, at least Teddy Lieu can be credited with tearing down stereotypes against Asians; namely, that they’re really smart.

    Lieu is the Tiny Duck troll who has been annoying us.

    • Replies: @Hail
  62. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Big Bill

    He is uuuuuugggggggggly.

  63. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Strasbourg France is located in the department of Bas Rhine Lower Rhine I guess in the super region of Grand EST

    Alsace is just a historical region nowadays. Like Midwest New England

    Beautiful town. Pale gray stone buildings with elegant iron work, wide streets lots of open space

  64. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Roger

    That’s the Vdare thesis. 2nd and 3rd generation worse than the immigrant parents.

  65. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    Wow I didn’t know his family was Quaker.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  66. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon

    If it’s any consolation he was elected by liberal Jews and blacks, not Asians.

  67. Hail says: • Website
    @Clyde

    Tiny Duck is lewd but not Lieu.

    Lieu, meanwhile, is not tiny. Here is standing next to 5’10” Kevin Spacey:

    Lieu does resemble a duck in quacking away and not making much sense, though.

  68. Lieu does resemble a duck in quacking away and not making much sense, though.

    But ask yourself, where is Kevin’s hand?

  69. @Anon

    Wow I didn’t know his family was Quaker.

    “They came to do good, and did well.”

  70. @Precious

    I think Ted is just worried about being deported back to Taiwan. But really, Taiwan is a nice place. Although Ted would not be able to fool the higher IQ population there into voting for him.

    You never know. These are the people who came up with, and patronize, the Modern Toilet Restaurant.

  71. Hail says: • Website
    @Venator

    An early appearance is in an April 2005 article by Alan Charles Kors. He chronicles some hate hoaxes of the then-recent-past:

    In April 2000, at the University of Iowa, there was a terrible incident of hatred and threat to blacks. When a black woman was arrested for the hate hoax on April 20, university Vice President Ann Rhodes expressed her surprise, saying, “I figured it was going to be a white guy between 25 and 50 because they’re the root of most evil.”

    The protests of that hateful comment led to Rhodes’ dismissal, which the university disingenuously said had nothing to do with the racial comment

    The anti-White comment attributed to this Ann Rhodes (a bargain-bin version of Susan Sontag?) is so clumsily offensive and caricaturish that it may lead one, reasonably, to suspect the entire article is satire. It is not. She really said this in April 2000; references to it online are there to be found. Ann Rhodes was not exactly fired, but shuffled around to a new position; perhaps a demotion of a kind. Anyway, she landed on her feet and is still with the University of Iowa today.

    Steve has blogged about Alan Charles Kors at least once, in 2015.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  72. JimB says:

    Despite his Stanford bona fides, Ted Lieu is well known as a retard. Like every California politician, Lieu deserves a tear off day calendar published in his honor with all the stupid things he says. His legislative record is a grab bag of piddling crap.

    • Replies: @Anon
  73. Hail says: • Website
    @Reg Cæsar

    Full name:

    Ted W. Lieu

    Cannot find out what the ‘W’ is. I assume one of these.

    Ted W. Lieu anagrams:
    – we dilute
    – elude wit

    Ted W. Lieu of Taiwan, anagram:
    – A foule nitwit, awed
    – awful wet ideation

  74. @Anonymous

    He pulled the wool over everyones eyes.

  75. Pericles says:
    @Bragadocious

    In other news, biologists have determined there are no invasive species. They were all born here, bigots.

  76. Pericles says:

    In Lieu of WASPs, presumably.

  77. Anonymous[379] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hail

    The 2002 DC snipers took so long to catch because the local black police chief was convinced they were white guys.

    • Replies: @Anon
  78. Anonymous[224] • Disclaimer says:

    I believe it was the Duke of Wellington who coined the phrase ‘ a dog born in a stable is a dog, and not a horse’.

  79. That the shooter was born in France was one of the first things reported in European media, long before his name, his photo, and even that he shouted “Aloha Snackbar” while doing the deed.

    This is actually another very good example of the long-term implications of mass migration.

  80. Ted Lieu is literally more correct than Trump. The terrorist attack in France has nothing to do with “Border Security” and everything to do with a long colonial war between France and its long-term North African Muslim population. Increased immigration restrictions in the EU to keep out Syrians, Afghanis and Sub-Saharan Africans won’t help France manage its Muslim population. Just as Brexit won’t help the UK manage its Pakistani problem and the Wall won’t help the US manage its black population. Mexico and Central America may send their share of criminals but not people who are actively trying to destroy American civilization.

    The argument from Trump supporters is that Trump is “directionally correct”, but that is always the Trump supporter argument for justifying every vapid tweet from Trump’s Adderall-rattled brain. Trump is not really concerned with making America more secure, he just wants a monument to himself.

    • Replies: @fnn
    , @Anon
  81. sb says:

    Are Chuck and Nancy any relation to Sid and Nancy ?

    • Replies: @ben tillman
  82. Rufus says:
    @Precious

    Taiwan like Korea has maxed out a little below southern Europe level of development and GDP per cap .A tremendous improvement and achievement in the east Asia pax Americana but still a pretty utilitarian kinda society. Over population with areas of shithole

    • Replies: @Hail
    , @anonymous
  83. fnn says:
    @Peter Akuleyev

    . The terrorist attack in France has nothing to do with “Border Security” and everything to do with a long colonial war between France and its long-term North African Muslim population.

    The Algerian War ended in 1962 with the large European population in Algeria being given the choice of “the suitcase or the coffin.” The US war in Vietnam ended in 1975. So where are all the Vietnamese terror attacks in the US?

  84. Anonymous[859] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    Relevant to IQ though, Tweed was not old stock Quaker, but from Scots-Irish and Irish who converted.

  85. Stick says:

    It would be racist of us to object to being murdered.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
  86. @Nigerian Nationalist

    I wonder what lessons on immigration policy should be drawn from Dylann Roof et al.

    The same lesson on immigration policy that one draws from virtually every other thing we know about the world: immigration causes problems and should be stopped.

    The Roof incident was a simple reminder that diversity = conflict, and the imposition of immigration policy that diversifies a country’s racial, ethnic, religious, and cultural makeup is malicious and harmful.

  87. @sb

    Or Frank and Nancy? It’s the beginning of a new age. . . .

  88. @dfordoom

    But isn’t that what morality is? Conforming to rules?

    It’s also making the rules in the first place to serve the interests of the group.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
  89. @Nigerian Nationalist

    Have you heard of “per capita”?

    It’s a new thing.

  90. nebulafox says:
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    The lesson to me is extremely simple: America has enough home-grown terrorist nuts as it is. We really don’t need to be importing more from abroad.

  91. Jack D says:
    @anon

    I would love to be able to regulate the content of speech,” Lieu stated. “The First Amendment prevents me from doing so, and that’s simply a function of the First Amendment. But I think over the long run, it’s better that government does not regulate the content of speech.”

    I’m not wild about Ted, but this is really twisting what he is trying to say – he doesn’t really want to regulate speech. The last sentence gives his true feelings – he does NOT want the government to regulate speech. The 1st sentence is just a bone to his leftist supporters – “I’d love to regulate speech and ban all Nazis from speaking, but I can’t because of that pesky Constitution”.

    This is just a polite way of saying NO. Whenever someone says “I’d really love to”, it is going to be followed by “but I can’t” and so it means the exact opposite of actually loving to. If I invite you to a party and you actually want to go, you’d say, “I accept”, but if you DON’T want to attend you say “I’d really love to attend, BUT [insert excuse here].” As soon as you hear the words, “I’d really love to” you know that means the answer is no.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @J.Ross
  92. fnn says:

    The 1st sentence is just a bone to his leftist supporters – “I’d love to regulate speech and ban all Nazis from speaking, but I can’t because of that pesky Constitution”.

    Yeah, pandering to authoritarian impulses in the base. Isn’t this a dog whistle to SJWs and Antifa?

  93. @Steve Sailer

    It’s the Second generation immigrants that really get to you.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  94. Hail says: • Website
    @Rufus

    Taiwan like Korea [suffers from] Over population

    In both, the currently-being-born child generations are around half of the size of the parent generation. Taiwan and South Korea have not broken 1.30 TFR since 2002 and 2000, respectively, and often skirted nearer a dreary 1.0.

    South Korea is said to likely fall to under 1.0 TFR this year for the first time.

  95. @Jim Christian

    It’s the Second generation immigrants that really get to you.

    Their real argument is with their parents, for bringing them here. But, like the rapist with mommy issues, they can’t take it out on them directly.

  96. Public reporting states the killer in the terrorist attack was born in Strasbourg, France.

    Yeah, maybe he shouldn’t have been. Lieu is a dumbass.

  97. donut says:
    @Cagey Beast

    The video seems to show that contrary to you comment , the French will dance inside the lines and seem to be sitting there and taking it . We’ll do the same I fear .

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
    , @dfordoom
  98. Ted Leiu admitting that magic dirt isn’t real. In public and on Twitter.

    What a dumbass…

    • Agree: Hail
  99. @donut

    The cops are French and the kiddies are overwhelmingly Vibrant. Look more closely please.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  100. Anon[394] • Disclaimer says:
    @JimB

    Except for the money he gloms for the holocaust temple. I don’t think its in his district but a couple blocks away.

  101. Anon[394] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    One White man in a white van. The DC snipers were found by a White truck driver in a highway rest stop. What 2 homeless guys achieved.

    • Replies: @Hail
  102. Anon[394] • Disclaimer says:
    @Peter Akuleyev

    Better than a monument to Hildabeast.

  103. Anon[394] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D

    living in his liberal jew district, and reading the local Jewish newspaper* its my opinion that the statement was written by one of the jewish journalists who write for the jewish newspaper.

    * gottta keep up with what the enemy’s up to.

  104. @J.Ross

    The first thing a “defense” of Cherif would ask is what the Afghan brother was doing in a Christmas market.

    This:

  105. @Big Bill

    Which sullen British rocker does he most resemble?

  106. rufus says:
    @Anon

    A very lethal minority from the slant eye perspective.

  107. dfordoom says: • Website
    @ben tillman

    But isn’t that what morality is? Conforming to rules?

    It’s also making the rules in the first place to serve the interests of the group.

    Agreed.

    Once you embrace liberalism you can’t make rules to serve the interests of the group. Liberalism, like Christianity, suffers from universalism. There is no group. There’s only the mass. We’re just one gigantic happy family sitting around the campfire singing Kumbaya or giving communal hugs.

  108. dfordoom says: • Website
    @donut

    The video seems to show that contrary to you comment , the French will dance inside the lines and seem to be sitting there and taking it.

    The glorious spirit of 1940 is alive and well.

    France has been rotting from within since 1789. The sad truth is that the French won’t really be missed.

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
  109. @Jack D

    This asswipe was not only known to The Authorities, but he also had 27 previous convictions. Why wasn’t he in jail for life?

    Something like Devils Island sounds more and more like a good idea, though a better idea would be not letting any Muslims into your country.

  110. Hail says: • Website
    @Steve Sailer

    Scott McConnell served as the [American Conservative] magazine’s first editor, followed by managing editor Kara Hopkins.

    At the end of 2004, McConnell became the sole editor of TAC.

    If he was not the sole editor in May 2004, who else could it have been?

    https://www.unz.com/print/author/McConnellScott/

  111. @Stick

    Indeed. Self-defense is racist.

  112. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Jack D

    So if somebody says he’d really like to kill all Jews but is scared of the Mossad, he’s proclaiming his love of Jews?
    Also, this came about a month after another one of our brightest and best said he wanted to erase another foundational concept from the Bill of Rights, but instead of demurrung at the last minute, he went on to imply that nuclear weapons deployed against the American people would help this effort.
    Maybe — maybe — these people are stupid and evil, and mean exactly what it sounds like they mean.

  113. El Dato says:
    @Cagey Beast

    Who is retarded enough to burn down his own school?

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
  114. Anonymous[216] • Disclaimer says:
    @Cagey Beast

    That would not be possible today due to the ubiquity of personal cameras and the internet. Within minutes there would be a million rioters in the streets.

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
  115. @J.Ross

    JRoss, Late to this party but my wife is addicted to the Hallmark Christmas schmaltz. This is too funny.

  116. I just saw this tweet on Twitter. A girl from Strasbourg found an old photo someone dropped at a gas station. She’s looking for its rightful owner. Looking at it just reminded me how much I detest the people who insist Chérif Chekatt is as much a native of Strasbourg and France as these people. It’s actually an obscene act of gas-lighting. It’s done to feed the insatiable resentments of people like Ted Lieu and to bully the rest of us.

  117. @El Dato

    People who assume the “dumb Celts” are going to build them a new one. That’s one of the things they call the native French.

  118. @dfordoom

    It never ceases to amaze me how much Americans love to denigrate the French; despite having almost no contact with them in daily life. I guess the more you lose your own neighbourhoods, cities, towns and states to others, the more you comfort yourself by badmouthing the faraway French. Badmouthing your local Vibrants could get you killed or fired, so you beat up on the faraway French.

  119. @Anonymous

    I wonder what sort of technology various security services have do disable mobile devices when the s**t really hits the fan? Right now, they likely benefit far more from letting their targets chatter away but what if a blackout was suddenly to their advantage? Could they shut things down? My guess is they could.

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
  120. The father of Cherif Chekatt (who is himself on the “File S” watchlist) says his son spoke in favour of the Islamic State but the he himself doesn’t like them. You get to see his mother too in the video clip. They’re divorced. They also send their condolences to the families of all the victims.

    https://www.francetvinfo.fr/faits-divers/terrorisme/fusillade-a-strasbourg/attentat-de-strasbourg-les-parents-de-cherif-chekatt-temoignent_3102427.html

  121. Hail says: • Website
    @Anon

    Homeless, maybe, but more importantly Black racialists and Nation of Islam members, one foreign born. Core America blamed; fringe-America individuals actually responsible; Core American stopped the shooting spree. Story thereafter downplayed.

    (Recent story on major Black serial killer Samuel Little has also disappeared.)

    Thank you, Anon Three Nine Four. Annagrammed:
    – a funnier neo-hornet
    – her afternoon ennui
    – tan, funnier honoree

  122. anonymous[170] • Disclaimer says:

    Before this blog gets carried away with calling Lieu a Jewish puppet, he has shown independence in foreign policy. I don’t think there has been a more sharp critic in Congress against US support especially refueling support for the Saudi war in Yemen. Last month, the US Air Force stopped refueling Saudi planes over Yemen. The war in Yemen doesn’t concern US interests but the growing bonds between the US-Israel-Saudi call for supporting each other’s wars.

  123. anonymous[201] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rufus

    Based on PPP, Taiwan and South Korea come out better in the rankings. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GDP_(PPP)_per_capita

    Taiwan is #19 between Australia and Denmark. South Korea is between Japan and Spain.

  124. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Cagey Beast

    It never ceases to amaze me how much Americans love to denigrate the French

    I’m not American. I’m Australian.

    Perhaps it’s my English cultural heritage, You know, wogs begin at Calais and that stuff. Although personally I regard the English as being only marginally better than the French.

  125. @Cagey Beast

    Simple. Google for “Cell Phone and Wifi Jammers.”

    https://www.jammer-store.com/

    It doesn’t take much RF power to take out a GPS signal to neutralize GPS glide guidance signal.

    The LE community has access to triggerfish and stingray interception devices.

    http://law.ku.edu/sites/law.ku.edu/files/docs/return_to_green/2015/james-materials.pdf

    But since mobile device networks exist with the permission of the government, the government could simply order the communications company to shut down who ever they wanted. They could order the turn down of a physical cell site, or tell their particular subscriber database to mark you as delinquent.

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
  126. @Cagey Beast

    Ian McCollum at Forgotten Weapons offers this T-shirt:

    “Only Dropped Once T-Shirt”

    “AISNE ARTOIS FRONTIERS SOMME YPRES AMIENS CHAMPAIGN MARNE VERDUN”

    By popular demand, we have introduced this design back into circulation.

    Tired of those inane French surrender jokes? Here’s a way to acknowledge the respect due to the 1.4 million Poilus who died defending their homeland in almost 5 years of the most brutal warfare the world has ever seen

    https://shop.bbtv.com/collections/forgotten-weapons/products/unisex-short-sleeve-t-shirt-39

    • Agree: Cagey Beast
  127. @Cagey Beast

    Badmouthing your local Vibrants could get you killed or fired, so you beat up on the faraway French.

    And the feeling is mutual, and the process goes both ways.

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
  128. @Reg Cæsar

    Two important distinctions though:

    1) The American comments about the French are far nastier and filled with schadenfreude than are the French comments about Americans.

    2) The American government and NGOs interfere far more in French politics than the French do in American politics, so a French list of complaints against America would have a lot more weight to it.

  129. @Joe Stalin

    Good points. I have to wonder whether state actors possess the ability to remotely delete files from mobile devices as well? Can they “brick” mobile phones on a mass scale if they need to? They obviously would keep this technology as a “nuclear option” but do they have it? Only Wikileaks comes close to knowing that.

  130. JimB says:
    @Roger

    If we had closed our borders in 1960, cancer would be cured and Mars would be the 51st state.

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