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From France24:

2 September 2018 – 16H30
Dalai Lama says ‘Europe belongs to Europeans’

The Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, said Wednesday that “Europe belongs to the Europeans” and that refugees should return to their native countries to rebuild them. …

“I think Europe belongs to the Europeans,” he said, adding they should make clear to refugees that “they ultimately should rebuild their own country”.

 
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  1. Jake says:

    Obviously the Dolly Lammer was adversely affected much more by his encounter with Carl Spackler than anyone guessed.

    Will the Liberal Mainstream media try kill this by ignoring it, or will our ‘free press’ that promotes sacred diversity going to make war on the Dalai Lama?

  2. RVBlake says:

    That’s a nice stick in the eye to Pope Francis.

  3. DCThrowback says: • Website

    weird, the verified @the_dalai_lama account has already been banned from twitter

    • LOL: Abe
  4. And according to China, Tibet belongs to the Chinese.

  5. Now would be a good time for a network of left wing sock twitter accounts to coordinatedly point and sputter about this.

    “Even the Dalai Lama is now spouting White Supremacist talking points! He’s not going to delete the tweet either! Derblumbf must be STOPPED!!”

    Yo 24ahead dot com

    How about you do my ideas for me?

    • LOL: Jack Hanson
    • Replies: @Lot
  6. I’m starting to like this guy. He can’t be any worse of a religious leader than the Commie So-Called Pope.

  7. @DCThrowback

    You’d think a guy like that would have better ways to communicate than via twitter anyway. These llamas have been doing the spiritual equivalent of tweeting for ages now.

  8. That should make some Leftist heads explode.

  9. El Dato says:

    Hateful Deplatformed Lama in 3… 2…1…

    The One Thing That Comes To Mind:

  10. Anonymous[246] • Disclaimer says:

    The Dalai Lama.

    A very very wise and very very great man.

    Notice he speaks the truth – nothing but the truth – and feels zero need to virtue signal.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    , @ben tillman
  11. Anonymous[183] • Disclaimer says:
    @DCThrowback

    weird, the verified @the_dalai_lama account has already been banned from twitter

    Citation needed.

  12. George says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Looks like his holiness has gone off the reservation.

  13. Stick says:

    Pretty sure Goolag, Twatter, YouTube and FaceBook will censor the Dalai Lama’s speech. They can’t afford to upset the ChiComs.

  14. The Dalai Lama has compassion for us. How do I know this? Yet another true story:

    A psychologist I was seeing in Boulder was a Buddhist who had been on the welcoming committee in Boston when the Dalai Lama came on his very first visit to the United States. The committee took their honored guest to the aquarium there. (A giant glass cylinder with a spiral ramp around it that you walk down while you look in at the fish, sharks and eels. Sort of a maritime Guggenheim.)

    Whenever a fish swam up to the glass and looked out at him, the Dalai Lama stopped, looked at it and quietly mumbled something. My psychologist asked him what he was saying. The Dalai Lama explained that he was saying a prayer for each creature he met that the creature would come back reincarnated to a better life, not confined inside a glass cylinder with a bunch of other creatures.

    Maybe he is praying now that we will have our own countries back.

    • Replies: @Hail
  15. Whitney says:

    Stuff like this just brings a big smile to my face. Everybody knows white leftist practically worship the Dalai Lama. Are they all taking a sledgehammer to their Buddha statues right now? Hilarious

  16. anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:

    “Europe belongs to the Europeans”

    I always knew he was a dangerous subversive. Someone de-platform the guy already.

  17. Sometimes the best comments come from the most unexpected persons. Good for him to speak the reality of the situation and not simply repeat so much boilerplate about multiculturalism and diversity being our strength.

  18. Karl says:

    There goes his entourage of pussy. He was (in pussy terms) getting it on (e.g.) like Assange was in Sweden

    He may not have been getting 16 -year olds like rocks star do. But when you’re 83, getting 37 year olds doesnt feel like a demotion

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    , @Anonymous
  19. “Europe belongs to the Europeans”
    So that’s why Rupert Murdoch hates him.

  20. Who knew the Dalai Lama was so full of hate?

  21. I’ve always been a fan of the Dalai Lama. Much to the chagrin of the hippy dippy Buddhists you meet in the West, the Buddhist monks that I have spoken to in Asia have largely been right leaning and traditionalist in outlook.

    It can be quite the culture shock for Western seeker types.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    , @Rosie
  22. anon[259] • Disclaimer says:

    “Dalai Lama, Big Hitter”

    Merkel needs a mulligan

  23. The usual suspects will not be happy about this.

  24. Beckow says:

    Lama doesn’t like seeing the endless unwashed Third World masses in his favorite Western spots. Buddhist monks are snobs. They have separated not to be with the hoi polloi in their home countries (a rational thing). Lama means that Europe should be for Europeans and for people like him – it is a class issue.

  25. Ibound1 says:

    And the Han Chinese in Tibet should return to China. But they won’t. Because prayers and mumbling quietly won’t do it.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  26. There is a sizable Tibetan community in Madison, and our family has close friends who are Tibetans. Quite a few on our neighborhood.

    The main refugee areas in India are remote mountain Tibetan towns in Himachal Pradesh in India. The Tibetans all live together. They do more to preserve their culture that way.

    The Tibetans who come to the US still do a lot to preserve their culture, but the kids are very Americanized.

    That is why His Holiness wants the refugees to stay together as much as possible and eventually retake Tibet.

  27. JMcG says:

    Big hitter, the lama.

  28. “I think Europe belongs to the Europeans,” he said, adding they should make clear to refugees that “they ultimately should rebuild their own country”.

    The Dalai Lama is talking his book. He wants the Chinese to stay out of Tibet so he’s making the case for the current inhabitants of a land getting to keep that land because, well, they’re the current inhabitants.

    He’s full of BS. Ethnic French have no natural right to the patch of land currently called France. Same for the Germans and English, etc. A land belongs to those are willing and able to defend it.

    What is now France once belonged to the Celts and was called Gaul. I’m sure some other group had it before that and called it something different. And before that some other group probably had it and called it something different than that. And so and so on and so on.

    I hate the current invasion of Europe and the United States (especially since the whites are losing their lands without even fighting), but to act as though it’s “wrong” or that because we’re the current residents of these lands gives us permanent right to them is ridiculous and shows no knowledge of history.

    The land belongs to those strong enough to defend it whether from foreign soldiers or some stupid new ideology that preaches multi-culturalism. (See Japan for defense against the latter.) That’s the way that it’s always been and the way it will alway be.

  29. Anonymous[220] • Disclaimer says:

    The dalai lama was a founding member of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, aka the World Hindu council, India’s premier rightwing religious organization. He himself got kicked out of his country by an expansionist, proselytizing missionary faith based on a foreign cult (Maoist communism).

    Of course he secretly sympathises with native people keeping their ancestral lands.

  30. This is fun. But let’s not kid ourselves. The Dalai Lama is entirely political and focused on China. He has to say every country belongs to its native population. Otherwise, he can’t oppose Chinese replacement of Tibetans. If it weren’t for the China-Tibet situation, he’d be a flaming liberal.

    • Replies: @DB Cooper
  31. @Clifford Brown

    Despite my story from Hippy Dippy Land, I do not idolize the Dalai Lama. You are absolutely right: most Boulder Buddhists have no idea that he is sort of the opposite of what they think he is.

    My opinion of him and his culture is neutral at best. From what I’ve read, the practices over there are extremely rigid, without much concern for the kind of individual freedoms we find natural. You probably would not be very happy there. I know I wouldn’t.

    They should have their country back, though. China stole it. The tiger will eat as much as it can as long as we keep feeding it.

    Maybe the Dalai Lama expresses support for our views about our countries because of what foreigners have done to his country.

    • Replies: @Screwtape
    , @Clifford Brown
  32. peterike says:

    Speaking of who belongs to what…

    OT: Asian woman takes over as head of Planned Parenthood. The creeping Asian invasion of upper level Progressive management positions goes on apace. PeterIke’s Law runs rampant!

    https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/planned-parenthood-new-president-723302/

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    , @Thomm
    , @moshe
  33. AndrewR says:

    He said something similar a couple years ago. Bleeding heart, progtard American Buddhists were not happy

  34. To quote commenter AnotherDad

    … it’s not too hard to figure out where some of this comes from. Beyond just being a smart and decent guy, the Dalai Lama had his own nation hijacked by the Chicoms to the point he had to flee to India, followed by the Chinese trying to seal the steal by demographically inundating Tibet with Han colonists. So he’s a good bit more aware of what a “nation” means, and sensitive to what losing your nation feels like. (Something a lot of white people are going to be feeling in the years ahead.)

  35. Europeans? Who are they?

    UK period drama is problematic because the genre feeds audiences the completely false idea that, through history, most British people have been white, Crazy Rich Asians star explains.

    Gemma Chan – Period dramas have limited the opportunities for diverse actors

    She told the Press Association: “I think for a long time a lot of the UK’s output was period film and that is a particular thing, or used to be a particular thing in the past.

    “…I think it’s an interesting thing, period dramas, in that we have an idea that we have got from other films, that have been made previously, of what the past was like – which isn’t necessarily accurate.

    “I find that really interesting, the idea of what were the demographics of the country. Actually people of colour didn’t show up in the UK like 50 years ago, they have been here for a long time.

    “But when your art and your culture and storytelling doesn’t reflect that, then the public get a skewed version of their own history in a way.”

    Citing the example of the 140,000 members of the Chinese labour corp, who were part of the Allied war effort in World War I, she said: “I have studied World War I about three times in school, over and over again we learned it, and I never heard about it.”

  36. It’s just about the same mentality as the Italian de facto chief of government Matteo Salvini’s (literally the same what Salvini says day in day out). Pope Franciscus, beware!

    The Dalai Lama keeps track. – He said such things before.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  37. Anonymous[878] • Disclaimer says:

    What is the Dalai Lama’s motivation and justification for this viewpoint?

    • Replies: @Rosie
    , @Dieter Kief
  38. Clyde says:
    @Gunnar von Cowtown

    Can he run for pope?

    He already is the Pope of the Tibetans and Richard Gere. Check out Dali’s wiki….he had to flee from the Communist Chinese. iow He had it rough.

    “During the 1959 Tibetan uprising, the Dalai Lama fled Tibet for India, where he currently lives as a refugee.”

  39. BB753 says:

    Meanwhile, “our” Pope, notorious Argentinean child trafficker and pedophile protector Bergoglio, tells his flock it’s all good. Islam is the religion of peace and all that leftist crap.

  40. Screwtape says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Add that to the long list of ideas that the Boulder mush heads get wrong.

    The pacifist nature of Buddhists is greatly overblown. Its largely virtue signaling noral superiority that started a long time ago, but in any case, the Dalai understands the idea of a blood and soil. Probably also understands how immigration and invasion are kissing cousins.

    As for nonviolence, just ask the Rohingya of their peaceful ways.

    Even here in the US, I’ve seen refugee communities carry on their longstanding quarrels over territory and culture just like the crips and the bloods, even though they have literally won the lottery and are now able to bask in Iphones and Diversity over here.

    Ive seen the Buddhists and Rohingya here in the US up close. Not a lot of incense and robes, but a lot of hate. And not the ‘hate’ defined by Twitter, but the kind that gets a guys head removed by a kitchen knife.

    Interestiny, the shitlib people that work in the refugee resettlement and ancillary services (public included) racket all seem to have a convenient blind spot to this tendency to prefer one’s own culture, affirm their cultural superiority – even when removed from their land, and retain deep ties to said land even when ‘assimilating’ to the gravy train over here.

    A lot of supposedly smart and educated people that can’t see evidence sitting right in front if them. Not surprisingly the majority are single white college educated women.

    These (and a few soft men) make policy, agitate for legal and political ‘change’, vote like crazy, and facilitate the massive system of handouts.

    Pathological altruism does not fit anymore. There is something much darker at work.

  41. The blessed Dalai Lama has been revealing his power level for quite some time, even at the cost of annoying Western governments who would presumably be one of his natural supporters otherwise. Can only respect such a great man. Also another reminder why Buddhism is far superior to abrahamic desert cults. Imagine a major christian figure even saying something like that today. Impossible.

    • Replies: @Rosie
  42. Anon[270] • Disclaimer says:

    OT

    I’m watching this documentary on television right now, a Swedish surgeon working in the boondocks of Ethiopia.

    Filthy conditions, no supplies so he improvises, he does any and every surgery. On the one hand, yuck, but on the other hand he seems to be getting 80 percent results with 1 percent of the cost and paperwork.

    Oh god, he’s hacksawing off a limb now, I have to go puck …

    • Replies: @Ibound1
    , @Clyde
  43. Lot says:
    @27 year old

    Speaking of socks, it is interesting that all of Putinfans writers on Unz, including many who commented here, claimed the Novichek poisoning was a frame job have no response to the fact that Putin has basically admitted it with his absurd poop-sandwich story that the two Russian men arrived in London on fake passports, went to the street of the defected Russian agents, then went right back to Russia.

    Their public story is literally that they arrived on Friday at 3, flew back to Russia on Sunday, and were touring during winter only to see Salisbury.

    https://amp.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/sep/13/russian-television-channel-rt-says-it-is-to-air-interview-with-skripal-salisbury-attack-suspects

    Russian spies who come back often because media figures:

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2018/09/13/russians-accused-crimes-abroad-finding-fame-in-their-homeland.amp.html

  44. @Buzz Mohawk

    My opinion of him and his culture is neutral at best. From what I’ve read, the practices over there are extremely rigid, without much concern for the kind of individual freedoms we find natural. You probably would not be very happy there. I know I wouldn’t.

    That’s fine. You’re not Tibetan and neither am I. I am not a proponent of the Dalai Lama royal lineage ruling the United States in case there was any confusion.

    Tibetan society is not one based on individual freedoms. It was more like European feudal society. Traditional Tibetan society may very well have to change for the modern era, but it is not really my position to tell them how to live their lives.

    I certainly find Tibetan Buddhism intriguing, if not insane at times, and I hope that diverse human societies can survive both Chinese Communism and Western consumerism.

  45. @Lot

    Yeah. The thing is, even if these guys are in fact the assassins, there’s nothing that points to the Russian regime.

    Novichuk is supposed to be 10 times more potent than VX. And VX is so potent that a drop the size of a pinhead on your skin is enough to kill you in minutes. And yet, most of the people exposed actually lived. That indicates to me that the stuff was probably very old and deteriorated. So why would the Russian regime use expired nerve agent?

    And that brings up another question. Why would the Putin regime use such a conspicuous method of assassination — one that pointed directly to them? Wouldn’t it be easier and safer to arrange an “accident” of some sort? Or a “mugging?” Surely the ex-KGB would have a whole arsenal of killing methods that were more discreet.

    I think the Russian mafia is a much more credible suspect: some Novichuk went missing about twenty years ago. Who knows what sort of shady dealings Skripal might have been involved in? He was an ex-spy, after all. Or it could have been a false flag operation. Those have been known to occur.

  46. fnn says:

    Voxof course is very angry that the small and weak country of Hungary is openly standing up to the Globohomo:

    https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2018/9/13/17823488/hungary-democracy-authoritarianism-trump

    University of Chicago law professor Aziz Huq, writing in the wake of Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey, worried about a fixation on a single “crisis” for American democracy. The bigger worry, Huq wrote, is slow and uneven decay.

    “Democracy is not a simple concept … it relies on drams of transparency, legality, impartiality, and constraint,” he wrote. “These are promoted by a range of different laws, norms, institutions, and individual loyalties.

    The FBI-DOJ-??? plot against Trump shows that democracy by that definition (transparency, legality, impartiality, and constraint)may already no longer exist in the US.

  47. The globalizer plot to use mass immigration and multicultural mayhem to destroy European Christian nations shall be stopped.

    I don’t give a fig if some Salvadore Dolly Lama says this or that about “Europe for the Europeans.”

    I also don’t care about some Leprechaun pop singer beloved by beaners warbling on about “England for the English.”

    I ain’t concerned that some Hollywood turds such as Richard Gere are Ga Ga for Dolly La Ma and just because Van Morrison repetitively chants lyrics over and over again Gere thinks Morrison is some kind of Dolly Lama acolyte.

    I do care that Matteo Salvini in Italy, and Viktor Orban in Hungary, are about to smash the crap out of the European Union and the European Central Bank and then destroy that evil monstrosity called the “euro” currency.

    Of Course It Is:

    EUROPE FOR THE EUROPEANS

    and,

    ENGLAND FOR THE ENGLISH

    and,

    AMERICA FOR THE AMERICANS

  48. Alan Potkin says: • Website

    I’ve always liked His Holiness…especially after he high-fived the Seal Team which had just righteously whacked Bin Laden deep inside his hollowed out volcano lair in Uzbeckybeckybeckistan

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  49. MarkinLA says:
    @Lot

    Well then the issue is why was the job so amateurish for Russian intelligence?

  50. @Lot

    I changed my mind after the latest revelations. You may forgive me for not believing the inveterate liars of Her Majesty’s government until they backed up their statements with some proof.

    Anatoly Karlin at my insistence wrote a blog post about it. In the comments he admitted that the most likely explanation was that it was indeed the GRU.

    http://www.unz.com/akarlin/skripal-squib/

    • Replies: @Lot
  51. Common sense, but I admire his following through the logic of an independent Tibet.

    After all, in that case, the Chinese are the multi-cultists.

  52. “Europe belongs to the Europeans”

    In our age, common sense is an act of rebellion.

    • Agree: Dtbb
  53. Rosie says:
    @Clifford Brown

    I’ve always been a fan of the Dalai Lama. Much to the chagrin of the hippy dippy Buddhists you meet in the West, the Buddhist monks that I have spoken to in Asia have largely been right leaning and traditionalist in outlook.

    Tibetan Buddhism is a breathtakingly beautiful spiritual tradition that developed in isolation. They are rightly very proud of it, and their cultural pride takes the edge off the nihilism characteristic of other schools of Buddhism.

    • Replies: @Anon
  54. @Lot

    Lot, not a big Putin fan. (Rather than “Greater Russia”, if i were a Russian, i’d want a slightly smaller, and much more Russian, Russia.)

    And common sense suggests that this was some sort of Russian intelligence operation.

    However, the very reason common sense tells one that is the very reason i can’t quite see all the hysterics.

    This guy Skripal was playing the “spy game” and was a *double agent*. I’m totally on board–morally–with Russians who spied for the West during the communist era, because they believed the system was evil–it was. But the spy game has its code, like the mafia. You sellout your team, and your team will consider you the worst sort of rat and try and kill you. You know this going in.

    (Yes, in the US, we’ve let scummy filth like Ames and Walker and Pollard and Hanssen and so forth get away with prison. I’d argue that that whimpy weakness is of a piece with illegal aliens, open borders–a sloppy, weak, feminized unseriousness about defending yourself. In a serious nation they would have been shot–no, drawn and quartered and burned.)

    Anyway, that’s the point. Skripal knew the rules, the code, going in. If he felt he was “doing the right thing”–fine. (Though i find that argument a stretch after the fall of the Soviet Union.)

    It’s not like Putin–or whoever green lighted this–was out trying to kill an actual Briton. They were killing a fellow Russian spy, who was a traitor to his spy team and knew full well what doing that entailed.

    This is not to say this is ok. What Putin essentially did was renege on what–i assume–was the subtext of the spy swap that freed Skripal. (You get yours back, we get ours back–cases closed.) If Putin is going to do this nonsense, then he really can have no serious complaint about say the CIA running operations in Russia to assassinate their US spies. That’s just stupid.

    Putin has also outed himself as an unreliable “partner”. You do a spy deal with him and … he reneges. There’s no reason for anyone to then do any more such deals with him. If he was getting a rating on Amazon as a seller he’d be getting a one star review.

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
    , @Lot
  55. L Woods says:
    @PiltdownMan

    Losing your nation? As a “millennial,” I can’t say that I’ve ever had one. It must be nice.

  56. @Buzz Mohawk

    It’s sort of an East Asian Poland, stuck between two nations somewhat fearful, or at best mistrustful, of each other. Policy advisers in Peking tell their boss: “If we don’t control Tibet, India will take it!” And I suppose people in New Delhi say the converse thing.

    Me and His Holiness: https://tinyurl.com/y9zyukdg

  57. Lot says:
    @reiner Tor

    I wasn’t thinking of you or Karlin, who are intelligent and reasonable even in disagreement.

  58. @AnotherDad

    Assuming Skirpal was poisoned by Russian government agents for reasons of state security — rather than Russian organised crime for business reasons — perhaps it was Skirpal himself who reneged on the deal that allowed him to emigrate to the UK? Perhaps he reactivated himself and thereby made himself a pawn on the chessboard once again?

  59. Flip says:

    Carl: So I jump ship in Hong Kong and make my way over to Tibet, and I get on as a looper at a course over in the Himalayas.

    Angie: A looper?

    Carl: A looper, you know, a caddy, a looper, a jock. So, I tell them I’m a pro jock, and who do you think they give me? The Dalai Lama, himself. Twelfth son of the Lama. The flowing robes, the grace, bald… striking. So, I’m on the first tee with him. I give him the driver, he hauls off and whacks one- big hitter, the Lama- long, into a ten-thousand foot crevice, right at the base of this glacier. And do you know what the Lama says?

    Angie: No.

    Carl: “Gunga galunga…gunga- gunga lagunga.” So we finish the eighteenth… and he’s gonna stiff me. And I say, “Hey, Lama, hey, how about a little something, you know… for the effort, you know?” And he says, “Oh, uh, there won’t be any money, but when you die, on your deathbed, you will receive total consciousness.” So I got that goin’ for me, which is nice.

  60. We’ll start seeing news stories about how he’s a MeToo, why we should turn him over to China, and that he hasn’t changed cuttle bones in his canary cages for months.

  61. Hail says: • Website

    This is not the first time the Dalai Lama has come out as an extreme White Supremacist:

    Speaking to German reporters in the de facto capital of Tibet’s exiled government [in late May 2016, interview with Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung], the Dalai Lama apparently said that “too many” refugees are seeking asylum in Europe.

    “Europe, for example Germany, cannot become an Arab country…Germany is Germany. There are so many that in practice it becomes difficult…From a moral point of view, too, I think that the refugees should only be admitted temporarily,” the Dalai Lama said.

    [Washington Post]

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  62. Ibound1 says:
    @Anon

    No malpractice lawsuits really frees you up.

  63. Xerik says:

    I think the Dalai Lama’s connection and sympathy for Europe (and especially Germany) may stem from his early friendship with Heinrich Harrer, author of ‘Seven Years in Tibet’. He was an early window for the boy into many of the developments and advancements of the 20th century, and helped foster the Dalai Lama’s lifelong love of science and discovery.

    • Replies: @Hail
  64. US Congressman Steve King re-Tweeted pro-White leader Lana Lokteff.

    Lana Lokteff runs a business called Lana’s Llama.

    I want Lana Lokteff to make a shirt out of Dolly the Llama’s hair.

    Dolly Llama? Get it? As bad as my McGinley joke, I know.

    • Replies: @Hail
    , @AndrewR
    , @Anonymous
  65. Rosie says:
    @Anonymous

    What is the Dalai Lama’s motivation and justification for this viewpoint?

    He understands that demographics = Destiny.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  66. Anonymous[203] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosie

    He understands that demographics = Destiny.

    Your argument is missing some steps. Why does he care about Europe? What is his argument for why Europe should be “European”?

    • Replies: @Rosie
    , @AnotherDad
  67. Anonymous[203] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hail

    From a moral point of view, too, I think that the refugees should only be admitted temporarily,” the Dalai Lama said.

    What’s the moral argument for that?

    • Replies: @Hail
  68. Rosie says:
    @Thulean Friend

    Also another reminder why Buddhism is far superior to abrahamic desert cults. Imagine a major christian figure even saying something like that today. Impossible.

    .

    The trouble with Buddhism is its nihilistic core. Mahayana Buddhism is an improvement insofar as it attempts to restore eternal meaning with the oxymoronic bodhisattva vows:

    However innumerable sentient beings are, I vow to save them.
    However inexhaustible the defilements are, I vow to extinguish them.
    However immeasurable the dharmas are, I vow to master them.
    However incomparable enlightenment is, I vow to attain it.

  69. @RVBlake

    Pope Tango can go to Hell.

    Pope Tango pushes nation-wrecking mass immigration and multicultural mayhem.

    Pope Tango don’t believe in any thing called Hell, so he don’t care if someone tells him to go there.

  70. @Screwtape

    The first true hatred of Islam that I ever encountered was not in post 9-11 New York City, but among Buddhists in Southern Thailand. Generally underreported, but there has been a low key Islamic insurgency in Southern Thailand for decades. The level of savagery involved, think pyramids of decapitated heads, is not one you easily recover from.

  71. Hail says: • Website
    @Xerik

    An alternative possibility to being implicitly pro-European or pro-German is that the Dalai Lama is more primarily “anti-Islamic” in the sense that he knows an Islamic Europe would be bad for, really, everyone.

  72. Lot says:
    @AnotherDad

    As usual, I agree with all your points.

    And they could have just shot the guy, instead they created a massive biohazard, murdered a British innocent bystander, sickened others, and inconvenienced thousands in the area. Standing with England in its response should be automatic, Trump’s response was correct and well-measured.

    My view on Russia policy is they should have a completely free hand in Syria and the ex-USSR, except the Baltics. We should also find a way to apologize for our misdeeds in bombing Serbia, wrong on its merits and a stupid provocation against Russia.

    • Agree: reiner Tor
  73. @John Derbyshire

    Thank you for the link to your story and your very illuminating article / book review.

  74. Hail says: • Website
    @Charles Pewitt

    US Congressman Steve King re-Tweeted pro-White leader Lana Lokteff

    and was swiftly condemned for it by the Chief Political-Rabbi/Commissar of America, Jonathan Greenblatt:

    Jonathan Greenblatt [Verified account]
    @JGreenblattADL
    September 12, 2018

    A sitting member of Congress retweeting a known white supremacist. This is not a first for King and seems like it won’t be his last. Shameful.

    • Troll: Charles Pewitt
  75. @RVBlake

    RVBlake, as a cradle Catholic #I Stand With Dali, and I turn my back on the Papal protector of pedophiles. I haven’t lost my faith, as faith and religion are two different things. The Dali Lama’s face will never grace the cover of Time again and his obituary will recall that he lost his way and strayed from the path of___________ (insert whatever liberal term sounds best.)

  76. @Anonymous

    A246, remember, it is a wise man who never speaks the truth in the company of liberals.

  77. @Karl

    Karl, at 72 a 37 year old would be the equivalent of a teenager, please do not show this to my wife.

  78. Hail says: • Website
    @John Derbyshire

    I was struck by the fact that he adopted two quite distinct manners for his personal encounters. [...] To us round-eyes, he was the Laughing Buddha you may have seen on TV, all smiles and merry quips.

    Is it possible that the Dalai Lama’s occasional White Supremacist comments are given because he expects a particular audience at a particular time/place wants to hear them? A religious zen-master move.

    The May 2016 “They Have to Go Back” interview was with German conservative standard-bearer Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung just at the time conservative pressure had forced Merkel to abandon her wild “there is no limit” (direct quote from Merkel, Sept. 2015) Islamic refugee policy.

    The September 2018 white-supremacist comments from Racist Lama were given, quote, “at a conference in Sweden’s third-largest city of Malmo.” We know that Islamic migrants have demonstrated, rioted, etc., against White Supremacy in recent years there, and that some locals are worried. The white-supremacist Sweden Democrats were the largest party in southern Sweden, around Malmo (see here; Malmo is at the southern tip; Sweden Democrats = yellow).

    • Replies: @Authenticjazzman
  79. Anon7 says:

    The DL knows whereof he speaks. Not only did Chinese “immigrants” kick him out of his own country, they built a railroad to bring in millions more and are even terraforming (Sinoforming?) the country to make it more likable for Chinese:

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/m.scmp.com/news/china/society/article/2120477/chinas-plan-use-solar-power-melt-permafrost-turn-tibetan%3Famp%3D1

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  80. Anonymous[295] • Disclaimer says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Chinese are the same race as Tibetans. If “Europe belongs to the Europeans”, surely “East Asia belongs to the East Asians”, which includes both Chinese and Tibetans.

    • Troll: AndrewR, Hail
  81. eah says:

    #Bari, quartiere Libertà: grazie per l’accoglienza, la porterò nel cuore!

    Watch the video — see the reception Matteo Salvini gets in Bari — but it is the same everywhere he goes in Italy — he is feted and welcomed because he does what so few politicians in Europe today do: he stands up for his people.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  82. @peterike

    peterike, pretty sure that the number of aborted Asians won’t increase. This is a great opportunity to clear out more space for Asians.

  83. Anonymous[295] • Disclaimer says:
    @John Derbyshire

    How is that analogous? Indians are a different race. Chinese and Tibetans are part of the same race and language family: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sino-Tibetan

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
  84. Anon[284] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosie

    Why did you think that you could go from posting deeply bigoted feminist ignorance, to now somehow being a connoisseur of different types of Buddhism? These are just the usual SJW platitudes. “Snow on a mountain is beautiful. And so pure. I like kittens.” What exactly are YOU doing to embody Tibetan Buddhism? Everything you’ve ever posted on here goes against the wisdom of Buddhism, show-off trash lady.

    • Replies: @Rosie
  85. Hail says: • Website
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Maybe he is praying now that we will have our own countries back

    Alternatively, he could pray that Muslims and Subsaharans have a better life by inheriting Europe with all its blessings. That they not be confined to the “tragic dirt” of Africa and the Mideast.

    Why doesn’t he do this?

    • Replies: @Romanian
  86. Well this should throw the crazy-ass German leftist “Gutmenschen” into a shock induced coma seeing as they worship the ground he walks on.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro Jazz musician.

  87. Hail says: • Website
    @Whitney

    The SPLC is at work on it now,
    on how they might finesse a ‘hate group’ designation for Tibetan Buddhism.

  88. Trevor H. says:
    @Gunnar von Cowtown

    Let’s get Morrissey on the ticket and have them run for president and veep of the USA. We could do worse.

  89. @Hail

    ” German conservative standard-bearer Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung”

    Dead wrong : FAZ is as far left as the NYT.

    Decades ago it was indeed a conservative publication.

    AJM

    • Replies: @Hail
  90. @RVBlake

    Ageee. A good change from his usual Dick in the eye.

  91. Anonym says:
    @RVBlake

    We are reaching levels of through the looking glass that shouldn’t be possible when non-white religious leaders virtue signal about saving Europeans from colonization.

    It’s practically a Daily Mail headline. Good strategy tho. Who else is going to prompt the Han to GTFO of Tibet but a newly self confident European alliance? If not the Pope at least the Pepe.

  92. @Dieter Kief

    Thank God for Matteo Salvini. At least he’s trying to save his people.

  93. Hail says: • Website
    @DCThrowback

    the verified @the_dalai_lama account has already been banned

    There is a verified @DalaiLama:

    Welcome to the official twitter page of the Office of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.

    Dharamsala, India

    18.7m followers

    Recent tweet:

    In our modern society everything seems geared to material development

    …swiftly criticized by economists, who retort, “The Dalai Lama is out of touch and ignorant. As well know, growth for the sake of growth is the only possible ideology for sensible people.”

  94. @Ibound1

    I’d settle for the Han Chinese in California and Vancouver going back. I’m not picky.

  95. @Citizen of a Silly Country

    Perfectly stated. Neither land nor culture is maintained without fighting or showing that you’re willing to fight.

  96. Alfa158 says:

    I liked his sense of humor. An interviewer once turned the old Dalai Lama at a pizzeria joke into a question: Have you ever walked into a pizzeria and ordered “Make me one with everything?”. I don’t know if the Dalai was familiar with the gag but he played along and answered bemusedly “um, possibly”

  97. Thomm says:
    @peterike

    For those who are not aware of what Peterike’s Law is :

    “White Trashionalism is nothing but bottom decile white men demanding that bottom decile white women be forced to be with them”.

    • Replies: @L Woods
    , @27 year old
  98. Clyde says:
    @Anon

    Impressive! Full documentary is here. https://vimeo.com/262108545

    This Swedish surgeon in Ethiopia is very good at re-purposing common items like bicycle spokes and an electric drill. He just needs to keep things sanitary. Western levels of sanitary.

  99. “Chemnitz, Saxony. Turmoil at the Charles-Darwin-Grammar school: Two kids say, they have been threatened by other pupils with knives. Elders and teachers are worried. The attackers are only nine years old and said to be migrant’s kids. ”

    Chemnitz, Sachsen. Aufruhr an der Charles-Darwin-Grundschule: Zwei Kinder gaben an, von Mitschülern mit einem Messer bedroht worden zu sein. Eltern und Lehrer sind in Sorge. Die Angreifer sollen erst neun Jahre alt und Migrantenkinder sein.

    This stuff is daily news now in good old Germany.

    A bit uncommon: A veritable act of rape – carried out by three eleven-year-olds from Afghanistan.

    (Except for that – all quiet on the Western Front…economy is fine, criminality is on a record low (well almost…) and Steven Pinker is the new herald of our brave-new-worldly state of mind…: No need to worry, all those foreigners just want to help! Everybody will get well soon! Diversity means Ecstasy…(and lots and lots of it – so much so, that dealers in Berlin get mad at passers-by in case they don’t buy this stuff (and you know, just who these dealers are: Merkel’s future-securing youngsters on their way up, of course!

  100. AndrewR says:
    @Charles Pewitt

    He was doing so well until the “Dems are the real Nazis” part.

  101. Numinous says:
    @John Derbyshire

    Not sure why you are positing an equivalence between India and China in this matter. The Dalai Lama chose to escape to India for refuge half a century ago and continues to reside here (I’m in India.) No one’s holding him here; he was free to go to any other country that would have him, but he chose India. The Buddhist Tibetan country of Bhutan (sandwiched between India and China) also chooses to have diplomatic relations solely with India, and pretty much outsources its foreign policy to India.

    There’s ample evidence to counter your assumption of Machiavellian strategizing. India has never controlled, or attempted to control any part of Tibet; the one exception being the invasion of Ladakh (a small portion of Western Tibet) in the 19th century, but then invasions had been launched from Ladakh into Kashmir in the past, so this was more like payback. There’s no desire in India for conquests north of the Himalayas. China, on the other hand, considers Tibet part of its historic empire, as it indeed has been for certain periods.

    India is mistrustful of China because China invaded India in 1962 and has since then persistently shored up the Pakistan military, whose raison d’etre is enmity with India. China is mistrustful of India because, well, they are commies; it’s in their nature to be mistrustful.

    • Replies: @DB Cooper
    , @DB Cooper
  102. Rosie says:
    @Anon

    Why did you think that you could go from posting deeply bigoted feminist ignorance,

    Such as…

    Snow on a mountain is beautiful. And so pure. I like kittens.

    Well, yes, the idea has occurred to me that spectacular mountains or other landforms might have a role to play in shaping a people’s spiritual life.

    Everything you’ve ever posted on here goes against the wisdom of Buddhism, show-off trash lady.

    Padmasambhava AKA Guru Rinpoche would beg to differ:

    “The basis for realizing enlightenment is a human body. Male or female–there is no great difference. But if she develops the mind bent on enlightenment, to be a woman is better.”

    • Replies: @El Dato
  103. Wilkey says:

    The Dalai Lama will be unpersoned far more quickly than a pope who was sanctioned industrial scale gay pedophilia and pederasty.

  104. Hail says: • Website
    @Authenticjazzman

    FAZ is as far left as the NYT.

    Decades ago it was indeed a conservative publication

    The entirety of German politics has drifted left, of course, especially since the political-institutionalization of Holocaust ideology by about the 1980s, a discourse that became hegemonic not just there but for all of us. There was nothing to do but drift left or die.

    Anyway, FAZ has criticized Merkel from the right in the mid-2010s.

    (As if that is hard to do.)

    • Replies: @Anon
  105. @Anonymous

    Not meant as being funny (= no satire!): He’s just a down to earth guy. If you compare him to some high-speed western intellectuals (no, I don’t name one now), you might want to start to meditate right away…or to pray…

    When in Europe, the Dalai Lama discourages (and disillusions, hopefully!) Westerners regularly who ask him about Buddhism and eastern wisdom and the like.

    The standard response of his holiness to such questions: You’re much better off with your religion, especially because you can understand it much better.

    I love him for his hipness, really! – And I mean that literally and I think the reference to the old hippie-sayings and quotes like Love the one you’re with! - or Be Here Now! is obvious.

    • Agree: Rosie
  106. Hail says: • Website
    @Anonymous

    Here is the full exchange from the interview published May 31, 2016, by FAZ (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung):

    [FAZ:] Das heißt, Sie sind nach all den Jahren immer noch ein Flüchtling. Wie empfinden Sie die gegenwärtige Flüchtlingskrise in Europa?

    [DALAI LAMA:] Wenn wir in das Gesicht jedes einzelnen Flüchtlings schauen, besonders bei den Kindern und Frauen, spüren wir ihr Leid. Ein Mensch, dem es etwas besser geht, hat die Verantwortung, ihnen zu helfen. Andererseits sind es mittlerweile zu viele. Europa, zum Beispiel Deutschland, kann kein arabisches Land werden. Deutschland ist Deutschland. (lacht) Es sind so viele, dass es in der Praxis schwierig ist. Auch moralisch gesehen finde ich, dass diese Flüchtlinge nur vorübergehend aufgenommen werden sollten. Das Ziel sollte sein, dass sie zurückkehren und beim Wiederaufbau ihrer eigenen Länder mithelfen.

    [FAZ:] This means that you, after all these years, remain a refugee. How do you perceive the present refugee crisis in Europe?

    [DALAI LAMA:] When we look into the face of any single refugee, especially the children and women, we feel their pain. Someone who is better off responds by helping them. But it is has become too much. Europe, for example Germany, must not turn into an Arab country. Germany is Germany. (Laughs) There are so many that in practice it is difficult. From a moral point of view, too, I think that the refugees should only be admitted temporarily. The goal must be that they return home and help rebuild their own countries.

    I read him to mean that it is immoral for Germany to be transformed into an ‘Arabic’ country because that would mean the loss of Germany, as immoral as the loss of Tibet if it became ‘Chinese,’ in principle.

    The secondary moral argument is if you allow a brain drain from Syria and these places, they will also never recover. Everyone loses.

    ______________________

    The FAZ interview of May 2016 with a stereotypical-looking White-German man, Till Fähnders, Political Correspondent for SouthEast Asia. His bio at FAZ says he was born in 1976 in Kiel and grew up in Hamburg.

    Hhis Twitter activity in mid 2018 shows a lot about Rohinga, finger wagging at Australian politics, and this curious Tweet:

    In Germany, the film title “Crazy Rich Asians” has been dumbed down to “Crazy Rich.” A shame.

    • Replies: @Saxon
    , @Dave Pinsen
    , @J.Ross
  107. Anon[395] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hail

    USSR document dumps of Wehrmacht files after 1989 made it near impossible for anyone in the mainstream to rehabilitate the idea that German soldiers were “patriots brainwashed by the dictatorship”. Similar document dumps happened in Spain, Portugal and South Africa after the authoritarian regimes were removed.

    By contrast, much of the US and UK documents have never been dumped, and the secruity state goes to outrageous lengths to prevent their declassification. Imagine the aftershock of finding out even now that “The USS Maine was an inside job”, multiplied over a thousandfold.

    Documentation may not even exist about the dirty laundry of Eastern European nationalist movements, but it has been alleged that the USSR had files claiming/confirming that Kaczynski of Poland is a closeted homo.

  108. @MikeatMikedotMike

    Did you mean big Hitler because he is quite clearly the next Hitler du jour!

  109. Someone says:

    The Dalai Lama was a CIA asset who has apparently outlived his usefulness and is now apparently just a dotard. Fits in fine with the ruling elite. Not that the slick talking social “progressives” Obama, Clinton et al. were anything other than more polished sellouts to our financial overlords.

    You guys should read up on how the Tibetan monastic class were basically just landlords and plantation management. Cept he was a useful idiot against those godless communists.

    Then again most of you guys also rail against Muslim crazies–Yet are blissfully unaware of how the most retrograde Islam was fomented and promoted to screw around with our mortal enemies the USSR and China, and to go against secular, economically nationalist Muslim nations like Nasser’s Egypt, Mossadeq’s Iran, Sukarno’s Indonesia, etc.

    • Disagree: Hail
  110. Anonymous[799] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon7

    As mentioned above, the Chinese are the same race as the Tibetans, and part of the same language family. Moreover, the Chinese were in Tibet long before the United States was around.

  111. Anonymous[432] • Disclaimer says:

    The Dalai Lama’s statement raises the question: What are Europeans doing in North America?

    It’s kind of bizarre that a bunch of white nationalists in America are taking the Dalai Lama as some sort of ally because of this statement, when by this logic their presence in North America is more illegitimate than that of the Dalai Lama’s primary issue, the Chinese presence in Tibet.

    The Dalai Lama probably thinks that America belongs to the Indians or holds some sort of One World/New Age style view that America belongs to Everybody.

    • Troll: L Woods
    • Replies: @Anon
    , @PiltdownMan
  112. Anonymous[432] • Disclaimer says:
    @Charles Pewitt

    I’m pretty sure the Dalai Lama would say that America is not for Russians like Lana Lokteff, and that Lokteff should return home to Russia.

  113. Saxon says:
    @Hail

    I wasn’t interested in this movie at all (and given how it’s being shilled by media I’m probably right about it not being very good) but a Korean guy I know through work told me he watched it, then looked up the actors and actresses and that most of the women in it aren’t in relationships with Asian guys in real life. “Typical,” he said. Kind of sad.

    • Replies: @Hail
  114. J.Ross says: • Website

    OT Leaders are looking to evacuate whole towns after twenty near-simultaneous gas explosions around Boston, but it is probably related to a labor dispute with gas company “National Grid.”
    NG and its employees have been separately accused of sabotage in the past.

    https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2018/09/11/grid-s11.html

    National Grid’s lockout of some 1,200 gas workers belonging to United Steelworkers (USW) locals 12012 and 12003 is now in its third month. The workers have suffered through the summer with no pay, health insurance that is either nonexistent, inadequate or exorbitantly expensive, and isolation from other sections of workers, which has been enforced by the USW.

    The tactics of the two locals have consisted of legal maneuvering, scattered pickets, and appeals to corporate-controlled politicians. The only significant protests so far have been a July 18 rally in Boston, which was joined by other union workers and had about 1,000 attendees, and the locked-out workers’ presence at the Boston Labor Day rally.

    The safety violations committed by scabs have included excavating within 200 feet of a high-pressure regulator pit with no inspector present, making emergency valves inaccessible by filling around them with sand, and creating a “backdoor” entrance to its Malden facility so that contractors can avoid picketers. This “backdoor” results in pickup trucks driving over a 700-pound pressurized gas line that is protected only by a steel plate.

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/massachusetts-man-dan-kelly-charged-power-line-sabotage-n550306

  115. Dave Pinsen says: • Website
    @Hail

    The Roginga situation is interesting in that it’s completely flipped Western perceptions of the Burmese leader Aung San Suu Kyi. It’s almost as if third world freedom fighters care more about their own groups and aren’t humanitarian universalists.

  116. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Hail

    Thilo Sarrazin has a new book out and it’s a massive bestseller.
    Will we see Thilo Sarrazin books in English any time soon or would I be better off buying what I can and turning the crank on high school German?

    • Replies: @El Dato
  117. @PiltdownMan

    “, the Dalai Lama had his own nation hijacked by the Chicoms to the point he had to flee to India,” yes, or another possibility is that he can’t stand Muslims either

  118. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Dave Pinsen

    The major alternative media criticism of her was that she was the West’s puppet (she is the daughter of the Western-leashed leader from before the nationalist generals took over). It is rich hearing outlets that had been worshipping her a year and a half ago now trying to go Noriega/Saddam on her. The funniest thing is that she probably wants to be a Western puppet, but at the end of the day, nobody but a starry-eyed Quangoteer can tolerate obvious Muslim violence.

  119. El Dato says:
    @J.Ross

    There must be pirate translations floating on the net somewhere.

  120. @Dave Pinsen

    Bono’s head must be exploding about now. Davos buddy Clinton loses to Mr Cheetos, Amnesty International buddies Suu Kyi (wrote song Walk On for her) and the Lama are hardcore Nationalists, and God stole his voice in Berlin mid concert.

  121. Rosie says:
    @Anonymous

    Your argument is missing some steps. Why does he care about Europe? What is his argument for why Europe should be “European”?

    Perhaps it seems obvious to me on account of the fact that my own journey to nationalism went straight through the heart of multiculturalism. I have always been fascinated by foreigners. (No Whiskey, not in that way.).

    I came around to a sincere conviction that cultural diversity is a treasure, and if I can object to the destruction of someone else’s culture, then surely I can just as well object to the destruction of my own. Anyone who says otherwise is claiming that European culture is uniquely evil and unworthy of protection. Our elites do in fact think this, but they don’t like to be cornered and forced to say so explicitly.

    I think His Holiness is just an honest sage who won’t be so hypothetical as to deny to Europeans the same right to self-assertion and self-preservation he expects for his own people.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    , @Rosie
  122. Anonymous[402] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dave Pinsen

    It’s kinda cold but the only people who worry about Rohingya are office muslims, and that only quite moderately, even though there were fat front-page articles with Schindler’s List image material and Jay-Z’s (it was him, wasn’t it?) visit was well publicized.

    What’s good for Yazidis…

  123. El Dato says:
    @Rosie

    Padmasambhava AKA Guru Rinpoche would beg to differ:

    “The basis for realizing enlightenment is a human body. Male or female–there is no great difference. But if she develops the mind bent on enlightenment, to be a woman is better.”

    Rosie stop giving the transers excuses.

    • LOL: Rosie
  124. L Woods says:
    @Thomm

    And what exactly is unreasonable about that?

    • Replies: @Rosie
  125. Hail says: • Website
    @Dave Pinsen

    from oppressed to putative oppressor in less than 10 years

    If Lama keeps it up, he will join her on the Hit List.

    Chances rising of an early-2020s movie about the 1930s/’40s-era Dalai Lama’s “ties” to the Nazis (based loosely on a true story)? Or, in an artistic-license move, that the then-Dalai Lama, to be portrayed as pro-Nazi, personally encouraged the shipping of Jews to concentration camps. When a heroic Assistant Lama dares ask why the Tibetans should to encourage the rounding up of Jews in Europe, Nazi Lama icily rebukes him: “Europe belongs to the Europeans!”

  126. J.Ross says: • Website

    OT This is pretty funny, the more readable version of the letter is a few posts down. Read the letter before reacting.

    http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/185600642

    (In a larger, more serious sense, the “real” machinations here point up why we ought to have unapologetically defended Roy Moore, especially after Gloria Allred was exposed at her own press conference: they are going to “manage to locate” ancient love letters for every single candidate if they think people will buy it.)

  127. J1234 says:

    Dalai Lama: “Europe Belongs to the Europeans”

    Expect to start seeing articles and CNN pieces comparing him to Hitler. Here’s a carving from the home of the 11th Dalai Lama. Coincidence? I think not (the Washington Post will say.)

    • LOL: Hail
    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
  128. Anonymous[980] • Disclaimer says:

    Never was able to discern the legitimacy of the whole DL thing– his most visible followers are airhead celebrities and he does not seem to hold down a real job. As to whether he’s in possession of a political point of view of any depth, let alone being /ourguy/, I have no clue because a lot of the time just sounds like Kermit the Frog… I do remember that Christopher Hitchens hated him. If Dalai and Francis have a PPV fight I’d subscribe

  129. Anon[395] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    The average Africentrist will argue that Europeans are “inbred Neaderthals” entitled to no more than a “few caves in the Caucasus Mountains”. The Dalai Lama looks better in comparison, and many of the complaints about immigration would dissipate if numbers were reduced, or even better paused, and their voting patterns mirrored whites.

  130. DB Cooper says:
    @John Derbyshire

    “Policy advisers in Peking tell their boss: “If we don’t control Tibet, India will take it!” And I suppose people in New Delhi say the converse thing.”

    Tibet is of course part of China longer than the United States is a country. Only pseudo historians or Indians say otherwise. But India did take it. In 1951, four years after the Raj has already gone, India invaded and annexed South Tibet, including historic Tawang. Tawang is the birthplace of the Sixth Dalai Lama and home to a four hundred years old Tibetan monastery. In 1962, having already annexed South Tibet, India pushed further north in an attempt take more of Tibet, but was defeated in a short border war with China.

    In case people couldn’t locate South Tibet, the place was renamed to the so called ‘Arunachal Pradesh’ by India in 1987 and made it a state. In 2009 South Tibet/Arunachal Pradesh officially became an United Nation recognized disputed territory, along with India’s other, Kashmir.

    • Replies: @Dharmakīrti
  131. @Screwtape

    Not darker, just hard to comprehend stupidity.

  132. DB Cooper says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    “If it weren’t for the China-Tibet situation, he’d be a flaming liberal.”

    Don’t be naïve. The DL is never a liberal. Quite the opposite he is rather right wing. The DL and US Senator Jesse Helms were close. No liberal will cozy up with Jesse Helms, Apartheid South Africa’s biggest supporter.

    http://www.taylor-report.com/gallery/index.php?id=5

    • Replies: @Anon
  133. @Johann Ricke

    But.

    Kind of gives the game away, doesn’t it.

  134. @Anonymous

    From Derb’s article:

    Confronted with questions from foreigners, Beijing spokesmen just keep doggedly repeating the lie that: “Tibet is a part of China, and has been since ancient times,” until the foreigner gets tired and loses interest. If you try to get your spokesman to justify that statement, he either loses his temper or else descends into nonsense. (As a sample of the latter, one very well-educated Chinese official, speaking flawless English, once explained to me that Chinese and Tibetan are both descended from a common ancestral language. “Which proves we are one people!” Now, it is perfectly true that the two languages have a common ancestor, the hypothetical proto-Sinitic. It is likewise true, however, that English, Irish, French, Greek, Russian, Farsi and Urdu are all descended from a common language, proto-Indo-European … so presumably our division into separate nations is all some kind of ghastly mistake.)

    Of course Poland and Russia share a language family too, so your objection actually proves Derb’s point.

  135. Hail says: • Website
    @Saxon

    most of the women in it aren’t in relationships with Asian guys in real life

    The r/Hapas reddit hated the movie for this reason.

    Digression:

    r/Hapas is interesting to follow as there is substantial overlap with I-Steve topics, but a commentariat that is mainly ‘Hapa’ male (usually meaning half “typical WhiteAmerican” [i.e., mainly NW European], half Northeast Asian; but the category is flexible).

    [MORE]

    The big distinction among themselves they make is neither amount of Asian blood vs. European blood, nor national/regional/subracial elements of either (as a strict racialist might), but rather whether the person is a product of a “WMAF” or “AMWF” pairing (White Male – Asian Female or Asian Male – White Female), or a lot more rarely still, HMAF (Hapa Male – Asian Female). There is a lot of serious anger and dysfunction on that reddit over the main consensus, which is that WMAF pairings are bad. “WMAF” is always unhealthy, they say, for [reasons], and a major threat to incipient Hapa racial identity. That is what they spent their time on regarding Crazy Rich Asians and another movie or book that came out at the same time (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before? or similar0, in which the Korean-American author said she would never date an Asian man because they remind her “of her cousins.” They excoriated her.

    The defining feature of r/Hapas (if fact it is almost all Male Hapas) is anger over this and opposition to it. Some r/Hapa-ers are also relatively politically anti-White, but their main anger against White (men) is psycho-sexual. And who can blame them. I cannot say they are wrong; I would say they only see a small piece of the picture, they are one among the blindolfed men grasping at the elephant and misidentifying it.

    Their reaction to anti-White racist New York Timers‘er Sarah Jeong (full Korean) also mainly focused on her White boyfriend(s).

    I don’t know if half-Asian, half-White ‘Hapa’ will develop into a coherent racial category; it could. The alternative, as some of the more dire r/Hapa’ites have it, is the Asian population in the USA completely fading into the White population via WMAF pairings, the Hapa daughters of which also go for WMHF [White Male - Hapa Female], and the concurrent lack of success for Hapa men and Asian men.

    • Replies: @L Woods
    , @Anonymous
  136. Rosie says:
    @L Woods

    And what exactly is unreasonable about that?

    L Woods for sexual slavery/forced prostitution.

  137. Dalai Lama says ‘Europe belongs to Europeans’

    Caesar, Napoleon, Hitler, and the EU agree.

    But, to borrow from George Gilder on human beings, there are no “Europeans”. There are Greeks and Macedonians and Bulgarians and Albanians and Serbs and… on and on up to Lapps and Faroese and Icelanders.

    • Disagree: RadicalCenter
  138. @Dave Pinsen

    The Roginga situation is interesting in that it’s completely flipped Western perceptions of the Burmese leader Aung San Suu Kyi. It’s almost as if third world freedom fighters care more about their own groups and aren’t humanitarian universalists.

    I love Aung San Suu Kyi for standing fast against the Ummah’s constant drive to expand Dar al Islam and all the Western media pressure that accompanies it.

    I was sure she was going to cuck on the Rohingya after winning her freedom, leadership of her nation, and the Nobel.

    Aung San is one tough, based lady! Can we install her as EU President? And import roving squads of nationalist Buddhist monks to take to the European streets and show Euro youth how to kick ass?

    • Replies: @Anon
  139. Anon[395] • Disclaimer says:
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    Burmese society is quite complex, the country is for all intents and purposes a “fake country” created by the British for 19th century geopolitics. There actions don’t occur in a vacuum, they are part of a new “great game” by which China and India are overlooking the ethnic cleansing (or shall we say “demographic restoration”) because they want access to the previously off limits mineral wealth.

    The 969 monks appear to be the local alt-right, but competent. Neither Suu Kyi or the military like them very much. The Rohingya are seen as unfinished business from the colonial era, when the British allowed them in. There is a smaller group of Muslims from a different ethnic group that doesn’t get targeted, sort of like the Uighur/Hui in China.

  140. L Woods says:
    @Hail

    Extraversion and conformity are far bigger necessities than correct ethnic composition, but that angle doesn’t stir quite as much rancor.

  141. @Anonymous

    The Dalai Lama.

    A very very wise and very very great man.

    Notice he speaks the truth – nothing but the truth – and feels zero need to virtue signal.

    I have no idea what he feels, but I certainly appreciate the effort.

    • Agree: L Woods
  142. @Citizen of a Silly Country

    He’s full of BS. Ethnic French have no natural right to the patch of land currently called France. Same for the Germans and English, etc. A land belongs to those are willing and able to defend it.

    I get your point, but he’s most certainly not full of BS. He’s responding to people who say it belongs to someone other than the current inhabitants. That’s BS.

  143. @Citizen of a Silly Country

    I hate the current invasion of Europe and the United States (especially since the whites are losing their lands without even fighting), but to act as though it’s “wrong” or that because we’re the current residents of these lands gives us permanent right to them is ridiculous and shows no knowledge of history.

    Under what theory, then, do you consider the Holocaust or any other ethnic slaughter or genocide to be wrong?

  144. @Anonymous

    The Dalai Lama probably thinks that America belongs to the Indians or holds some sort of One World/New Age style view that America belongs to Everybody.

    How do you deduce that from what he said?

    His argument was explicitly moral—namely,

    A. A nation belongs to the ethnic group that built it, and

    B. While refugees must be helped, they must also not fail to return (or be returned) to their home countries, lest those countries and cultures fall into disrepair.

    A. precludes your speculative assertion.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  145. @Citizen of a Silly Country

    I hate the current invasion of Europe and the United States (especially since the whites are losing their lands without even fighting), but to act as though it’s “wrong” or that because we’re the current residents of these lands gives us permanent right to them is ridiculous and shows no knowledge of history.

    From a nihilist pov this is true, but then if you’re a nihilist, who cares?

    We create our own moral philosophy

    Because we live here = absolute moral justification for us to have permanent right to the land.

    Feel free to start fighting any time.

    Everybody always talking how sad it is that Whites aren’t fighting, nobody ever talking about what fighting they are doing.

  146. @Thomm

    White Trashionalism is nothing but bottom decile white men

    Pics of you, pics of girls you’ve banged, or shut the fuck up

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Reg Cæsar
  147. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @RVBlake

    My first thought. Maybe if the Italian nationalists get elected they can give him a Cathederal and set him as the Anti Pope.

  148. L Woods says:
    @27 year old

    There’s a great deal of daylight between setting off carbombs and being a perfect simpering cuck in word and deed. Your typical white normie has never had so much as an original or transgressive thought in his life, let alone pushed the envelope in a social or professional setting in any way. He reinforces our inequitous system with his docile compliance to its illegitimate figures and norms, without the faintest hint of resistance passive or otherwise. He simply trundles down the path that presents the least resistance along the way to beer and sportsball. And those are the relatively good ones (ie, the non-SJWs/SWPLs).

  149. DB Cooper says:
    @Numinous

    “The Buddhist Tibetan country of Bhutan (sandwiched between India and China) also chooses to have diplomatic relations solely with India, and pretty much outsources its foreign policy to India. ”

    Bhutan didn’t choose to have diplomatic relations solely with India. It was Nehru who went to Bhutan to seek relationship shortly after India was created in 1948. And the reason Bhutan solely have relationship (aside a few other small countries such as Thailand) with India is that India bullied Bhutan into submission with the threat of annexation a la Sikkim if Bhutan didn’t comply. And so today Bhutan does not have diplomatic relation with any of the permanent five members of the United Nation security council, namely the US, Great Britain, France, Russia and even China, Bhutan’s northern neighbors.

    Bhutanese, just like India’s other neighbor’s people, are extremely resentful of India’s bullying behavior toward’s Bhutan. Here are two Bhutanese on India in their own words.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/278156858950985/permalink/1118711044895558/

    http://wangchasangey.blogspot.com/2017/09/the-window-dressing-for-doklam.html

    • Replies: @DB Cooper
  150. DB Cooper says:
    @Numinous

    “India is mistrustful of China because China invaded India in 1962 …”

    Quite the opposite. It is India that invaded China in 1962, having already invaded and annexed South Tibet in 1951. South Tibet was renamed to Arunachal Pradesh and made a state by India in 1987.

    http://gregoryclark.net/redif.html

    http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/news-events/podcasts/renewed-tension-indiachina-border-whos-blame

    “There’s no desire in India for conquests north of the Himalayas. ”

    India has territory ambitions on all its neighbors, not just China. The only thing is that China is much bigger than India’s other neighbors and was able to defend itself, unlike India’s other neighbors.

    Here is a selected list of India’s land grab since its creation in 1947:

    1947 Annexation of Kashmir:

    http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/02/06/indias-shame/

    http://thediplomat.com/2015/08/kashmirs-young-rebels/

    1949 Annexation of Manipur:

    http://www.tehelka.com/manipurs-merger-with-india-was-a-forced-annexation/

    http://www.passblue.com/2017/09/05/in-lush-manipur-women-work-for-peace-as-militarization-marches-on/

    1949 Annexation of Tripura:

    http://www.crescent-online.net/2009/09/the-myths-of-one-nation-and-one-hinduism-in-india-zawahir-siddique-2316-articles.html

    1951 Annexation of South Tibet:

    http://kanglaonline.com/2011/06/khathing-the-taking-of-tawang/

    http://www.mainstreamweekly.net/article2582.html

    http://chasfreeman.net/india-pakistan-and-china/

    1954 Annexation of Nagaland:

    http://morungexpress.com/desire-nagas-live-separate-nation-deserved/

    http://nagalandmusings.blogspot.com/2013/01/indias-untold-genocide-of-nagas.html

    1954 Attempt annexation of Sikkim and Bhutan (Failed):

    http://redbarricade.blogspot.hk/2013/01/twisted-truth.html

    1961 Annexation of Goa:

    http://www.ruleoflaw.org.au/the-annexation-of-goa/

    http://www.historytoday.com/richard-cavendish/goa-falls-indian-troops

    http://goa-invasion-1961.blogspot.in/2013/09/india-pirated-goa-china-is-regaining_16.html

    1962 Annexation of Kalapani, Nepal:

    http://www.eurasiareview.com/07032012-indian-hegemony-in-nepal-oped/

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1239348

    http://www.sharnoffsglobalviews.com/land-disputes-116/

    1962 Aggression against China:

    http://gregoryclark.net/redif.html

    http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/news-events/podcasts/renewed-tension-indiachina-border-whos-blame

    1971 Annexation of Turtuk, Pakistan:

    http://www.openthemagazine.com/article/nation/suddenly-indian

    1972 Annexation of Tin Bigha, Bangladesh:

    http://www.dhakatribune.com/op-ed/2014/feb/20/killing-fields

    1975 Annexation of Sikkim (the whole country):

    http://nepalitimes.com/issue/35/Nation/9621#.UohjPHQo6LA

    http://www.passblue.com/2015/07/22/a-small-himalayan-kingdom-remembers-its-lost-independence/

    http://www.amazon.com/Smash-Grab-Annexation-Sunanda-Datta-Ray/dp/9383260386

    http://asia.nikkei.com/Politics-Economy/International-Relations/Indian-hegemonism-drags-Himalayan-kingdom-into-oblivion

    http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/annexation-of-sikkim-by-india-was-not-legal-wangchuk-namgyal/1/391498.html

    1983 (Aborted) Attempted invasion of Mauritius:

    http://thediplomat.com/2013/03/when-india-almost-invaded-mauritius/

    1987 Invasion of Sri Lanka

    http://www.asiantribune.com/node/63316

    1990 (Failed) First Attempted annexation of Bhutan:

    http://www.nytimes.com/1990/10/07/world/india-based-groups-seek-to-disrupt-bhutan.html

    2006 Annexation of Duars, Bhutan:

    http://wangchasangey.blogspot.in/2015/11/different-kind-of-anxieties-on.html#comment-form

    2013 Annexation of Moreh, Myanmar:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nehginpao-kipgen/easing-indiamyanmar-borde_b_4633040.html

    2017 Aggression against China:

    http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2017/07/06/sikkim-stand-off-china-india-collide-himalayas/

    http://www.scmp.com/week-asia/geopolitics/article/2102555/indias-china-war-round-two

    https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/07/11/china-india-standoff-modi-has-bitten-off-more-than-he-can-chew/

    2017 (Failed) Second Attempted annexation of Bhutan:

    http://wangchasangey.blogspot.com/2017/08/the-strategy-behind-india-doklam.html

    http://www.scmp.com/comment/insight-opinion/article/2106709/india-must-find-face-saving-pretext-and-withdraw-doklam

    2018 (Thwarted) Attempt invasion of the Maldives

    https://www.ft.com/content/332a5b1a-1155-11e8-8cb6-b9ccc4c4dbbb

    https://thewire.in/223916/keep-off-maldives-yameen-government-tells-indian-military/?utm_source=alsoread

  151. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @27 year old

    Thomm lives in the overcrowded Indian slum of Cupertino Ca. He lives in his uncle’s garden shed because there are 25 people living in the 1,800 sq fr 4 bedroom tract home with a carport if the home had a garage the uncle could put in 6 sets of bunk beds and fit in more 12 more family unification immigrants.

    Thomm is a visa overstayer. He occasionally works as an on call coder. Thomn works for one of those crooked Indian labor contractors. The tech companies pay the contractor $50 per hour for the use of their slaves . Thomm gets $4 per hour when he works

    No Hindu family will arrange a daughter’s marriage with a man who lives in a garden shed and makes 8K a year. With no car and no money he can’t even go to bars and pick up a last call skank.

  152. @J1234

    As it happens, the Dalai Lama is connected to the swastika and the Germanic people by more than Buddhism.

    An Austrian WWII POW escapee from detention in British India, the Alpinist Heinrich Harrer, was the young Dalai Lama’s tutor in English, Geography and Science. Harrer was a low-level SS sergeant, albeit cleared of any crimes after the war. Harrer’s story was made into a movie, Seven Years in Tibet, starring Brad Pitt.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinrich_Harrer

    (Young Dalai Lama with a somewhat older Harrer, in Tibet)

    (Young Harrer to the left of Hitler)

  153. @Charles Pewitt

    Oh trust me, Charles Pewitt, Pope Francis will swim in the Lake, even though he is an unbeliever.

  154. DB Cooper says:
    @DB Cooper

    I might add that Bhutan has not yet been annexed by India, but it is in a state of semi-occupation by India. The small country has a population of less than eight hundred thousand people but is infested with over ten thousand Indian para military personnel of all kinds. This is the reason the Bhutanese government didn’t speak up much because India is virtually point a gun at Bhutan’s head.

    • Replies: @Dharmakīrti
  155. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    You sure don’t know anything about European history do you? France is a German name for the various tribes that invaded starting 1,700 years ago.

    But the Celts never left. If you ever go to France tour the rural areas. There are Celtic not French festivals all over.

    France is still a Gallic Celtic nation despite the German name and Latin language.

    The British government got DNA from the 40,000 year old cheddar man body found in Cheddar Gorge. They compared his DNA with DNA of thousands of British people. Turns out that the majority of the British people are not Anglo Saxon’s Norman’s Romans or even ancient Celts.
    The majority are closer related to 40,000 Year old Cheddar man than to Anglo saxons Norman’s Celts or Romans

  156. @Lot

    First, agree (mostly) – I don’t think I want to grant the Rus a free hand altogether – there is their bloody-handed 20th Century death toll.

    @AnotherDad
    As usual, I agree with all your points.

    AnotherDad has reduced my need to post dramatically. I can mostly read and agree. Except I have no agree button, so I am reduced to just reading.

  157. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @27 year old

    Asa group we are total losers. As individuals we can take care of ourselves. Just go underground. Check black on the job / college application avoid and evade taxes. Do what the immigrants do, lie cheat and steal.

    The White business men, educators, media politicians and even clergy critters want us gone. The damage was done when your grandparents were young adults.

    Right wing Whites care only about patriotism their ignorant opinions about the constitution abortion of black and Hispanic babies and the guns which they will never use.

    Go your own way. No other Whites will or can help you.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  158. The SPLC is at work on it now,
    on how they might finesse a ‘hate group’ designation for Tibetan Buddhism.

    I wouldn’t Tibet on it.

  159. @27 year old

    Pics of you, pics of girls you’ve banged, or shut the fuck up

    I think we should call him Thomm Petty.

    He is that for sute, and he probably lives like a refugee.

  160. @Dave Pinsen

    Anyone who makes us call that godforsaken country by the unpronounceable “Myanmar” is the bad guy. When one bad guy loses the election, or throne, another bad guy steps in.

  161. Anonymous[218] • Disclaimer says:
    @PiltdownMan

    I don’t think he would agree to that. That is basically the Chinese Communist Party’s argument: China says 60 years of development saved Tibet from feudalism https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-tibet/china-says-60-years-of-development-saved-tibet-from-feudalism-idUSTRE74I31T20110519

  162. @ben tillman

    Where is your sympathy for the Gauls? Where is your sympathy for the Beaker people of Britain? Where is your sympathy for the Native Americans (who continually pushed out other native tribes, btw)?

    Your use of the word “wrong” is childish. By your moral code, you and I shouldn’t be in North America. By your moral code, your ancestors are genocidal killers. By your moral code, any movement of people into any territory occupied by the original human inhabitants since humans first set foot on this planet is wrong?

    Under what theory, then, is any modern tribe of humans not morally wrong?

    Under your theory, why should any tribe defend – or expand – it’s territory? What right do Whites have to Canada or the United States? What right do the Franks have to their patch of land when it was occupied by many other groups before them throughout history?

    I think that my logic is clear, if not how I’d like the world to be. Your logic is not. So before you moralize about my beliefs (which are far more consistent with history), the least that you can do is explain your theory of how the world works and how your theory is more consistent with history.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  163. @27 year old

    I’m far from a nihilist.

    I’m married with kids. I’ve joined several groups to slowly (and quietly) push for White identity. I’m perfectly happy to fight on the basis of “we live here.”

    But I don’t expect others to accept that reasoning. They don’t give a shit that I live here, much as the European settlers didn’t give a shit that Indians lived in North America before the Europeans arrived. And the European settlers were right, just various Indian tribes were right to not give a shit that some other Indian tribe occupied some patch of land before them.

    Only fags do gentle into that good night. My point is that we shouldn’t expect others to roll over just because we say, “But, but, but, we live here.”

    • Replies: @27 year old
  164. @Anon

    Yep. I know all of that. But sometimes your simplify to make a point.

    And my point still stands.

  165. @ben tillman

    Agreed.

    But I still argue that any stretch of land doesn’t “belong” to anyone, at least not in a historical sense. (I’d like my own litter patch of land to stay in my hands. :)) The lands of the world has passed repeatedly from tribe to tribe over the millenia. To say that it should all stop today is silly and unrealistic.

  166. @Alan Potkin

    It was Pakistan where bin Laden was supposedly killed. And I’m not sure it really happened.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
  167. @Anon

    Btw, has anyone checked whether that Celtic heritage comes from the Celtic maternal or paternal line? My suspicion is that Celtic men added a lot less to modern Frenchman than Celtic women. Frankish father, Celtic mother.

    But enough with current ancient history, let’s look at future ancient history. Births in France are around 20% Middle Eastern and North African Muslim and ~5% African.

    How Celtic are they?

    The British government got DNA from the 40,000 year old cheddar man body found in Cheddar Gorge. They compared his DNA with DNA of thousands of British people. Turns out that the majority of the British people are not Anglo Saxon’s Norman’s Romans or even ancient Celts.
    The majority are closer related to 40,000 Year old Cheddar man than to Anglo saxons Norman’s Celts or Romans

    Did the British government test the 10% or so kids born to Muslims? What about the Indians living in England? What about the Caribbean/Africans living in England?

    Modern transportation is bit better than is was 40,000 years ago.

    The fact that some area still retain a heavy influence from 40,000 years ago is interesting, but it has nothing to do with the point that I made. Defend your land or you will be conquered. Why is that some controversial idea?

    Who ruled Briton from 1066 to today? Chedder man or the Normans.

    How influencial are the native American tribes in the United States today?

    If you’re happy with your genes slightly getting into the dominant tribe of the future, well, good for you. Personally, I’d prefer that my great, great grandchildren are the dominant tribe of whatever land that they inhabit.

  168. @DB Cooper

    Man, the Chinese spooks really come out in force at the first mention of the Wally Bama

  169. RW says:

    How awful! Doesn’t the Dali Lama realise that Han Chinese immigration increases diversity, which is good for Tibet.

  170. Anonymous[408] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hail

    but their main anger against White (men) is psycho-sexual. And who can blame them. I cannot say they are wrong; I would say they only see a small piece of the picture, they are one among the blindolfed men grasping at the elephant and misidentifying it.

    What are they missing? What is the bigger picture?

    • Replies: @Hail
  171. Anonymous[408] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    France is still a Gallic Celtic nation despite the German name and Latin language.

    What percentage of the population is Celtic versus percentage Germanic?

  172. @Rosie

    I agree. In the end, it’s the difference that matters. Everywhere. When blessed with deep insight, simplicity shines. See the Dalai-Lama quote in the FAZ interview quoted above:

    “Europe, or Germany for example, must not turn into an Arab country. Germany is Germany. (Laughs)”

    Btw. it’s practically the same thought as the one, Steve brings up in his diversity post today. He just gave his version a slightly (almost Buddhist, so tender, hehe) ironic drive.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  173. Anonymous[408] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    The damage was done when your grandparents were young adults.

    What damage was done? When?

  174. Anonymous[408] • Disclaimer says:
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    I think that my logic is clear, if not how I’d like the world to be.

    What is your theory then? Please spell it out?

  175. Anonymous[408] • Disclaimer says:
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    If you’re happy with your genes slightly getting into the dominant tribe of the future, well, good for you. Personally, I’d prefer that my great, great grandchildren are the dominant tribe of whatever land that they inhabit.

    Aren’t these two outcomes the same?

  176. Anonymous[638] • Disclaimer says:
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    When I was in the UK I noticed (on White and English/Scots named people) a fair number of faces of a type you don’t see very much of at all in the US. Joanna Lumley has such a face.

    https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/591179e117000020005a5845.jpeg?cache=cZuwtQ3Htj&ops=scalefit_630_noupscale

    This woman, Canada’s Quinn Dunki, has a little bit of that too:

    (I’m sure that I was in the room when this picture was taken: it’s from the front room in the dorm at Rockhurst. At one point I was sitting next to her when she was tearing into the box, but I don’t think that’s my knee since I don’t think I was wearing jeans. I got off work to go there and jeans are non dress code where I was working.)

    I have not spent enough time in Canada to know whether they are more common up there: I’m guessing they are more common in the Maritimes and Ontario than in the Western provinces, but that’s just speculation.

  177. Hail says: • Website
    @Anonymous

    This is a complicated topic. Suffice it to say that it is a cultural tragedy all around, not just one affecting one group.

    [MORE]

    Most of these White-Western men who are with East Asian women are reacting to what Feminism (and, perhaps, high fructose corn syrup in the USA at least) has wrought among their own, that is, among White-Western women. Rather than potential wives, many White men from politically ‘blue’ areas tend to see angry-feminist, pointlessly-ambitious career-women who often out-earn young White men of their age-cohorts plus a few years. Too many White women (such White men perceive) are, if not ‘ruined,’ then ‘inaccessible’ or at very least ‘difficult,’ and therefore relationships seem impossible. This is an increasingly significant cultural tragedy.

    There is no vast conspiracy of White males to ‘steal’ East Asian women, destroy East Asian manhood, and commit a soft generational genocide against Asians in White countries (as some on r/Hapas believe; though the majority of r/Hapas posters blame Asian women for the problem pretty directly, and sometimes even exclusively).

    It’s hard to imagine now, but this problem may well pass, in time (though not any time soon), because its origins are (I believe) political and a product of our times, with three pillars:

    WhiteFeminism+Multiculturalism+PerceivedWhitePrestige (by Asian women);

    …take away any of those and the system falls apart, and “WMAF” racial mixing will recede to the relatively minimal levels it was in the past. How many Hapas will be born between now and when this Trinity dissolves, I cannot say.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @L Woods
    , @Anonymous
  178. Anonymous[638] • Disclaimer says:
    @RVBlake

    The Latin Mass Catholics who dress and breed like Mormons did in the sixties like to opine that if Holy Mother Church survived the Borgia popes, she can survive Pope Francis Albert. That’s true, but after this guy there are going to be more just like him, and while the Roman Catholic Church will survive as a brand name, the things that differentiate it from Mainline Protestantism are probably dead meat.

  179. Anonymous[408] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hail

    Thank you.

    There is no vast conspiracy of White males to ‘steal’ East Asian women, destroy East Asian manhood, and commit a soft generational genocide against Asians in White countries (as some on r/Hapas believe;

    Asians have nothing to worry about when it comes to genocide, soft or otherwise. They are in pure, endless supply in Asia. It is Whites who are being bred out.

  180. The Latin Mass Catholics who dress and breed like Mormons did in the sixties like to opine that if Holy Mother Church survived the Borgia popes, she can survive Pope Francis Albert. That’s true, but after this guy there are going to be more just like him, and while the Roman Catholic Church will survive as a brand name, the things that differentiate it from Mainline Protestantism are probably dead meat.

    Outside observer, but not so sure.

    The Argentine anti-Pope is in the “Silent Generation” between my dad and me. He would have become a priest sometime around 1960–just before Vatican II. The question is how bad is it in the years following? Did the years of slop and uncertainty have a selection effect where the few that made it through were more committed with more sincere vocations? Or was it a filter where all the heterosexuals decided “screw it, i’d rather … a girl” and it’s all pinks? No idea.

    The next pope coming in would probably be around my age. I considered the priesthood when i was a teenager, but i really like girls. (From a young age–i was chasing them in kindergartern. Probably be #MeToo’d as a five year old today.) And a better decision no man has made. I’m guessing the boomer priests might be pretty gay?

    In my opinion the Church would be well advised to lift the ban and allow married priests. The reasons for the ban are long gone. Otherwise, i think it will be hard to both meet the shortage and to not have a pink priesthood. But, of course, the guys already in there are more invested and if queer, they like it that way.

    The absolutely critical thing to stave off the disaster of mainline Protestantism is to keep out women. Institutions run by heterosexual men with children–skin in the game–have the best chance of survival, propagating themselves intact into the future. Beyond that … there be dragons.

    MRCGA!

  181. Anonymous[367] • Disclaimer says:
    @Karl

    I have a friendly-acquaintance sort of guitar pal-plays all fretted instruments, builds and repairs guitars, et al-who is in his early 60s and lives in a college town some distance from here. He’s fairly buff, has a full head of dirty-blond Brian Jones hair, and is reportedly “bejingled”. He tells me, and I have observed him around these girls, that with each incoming crop of zaftig 18/19 year old cheer captains and other such Iowa/Nebraska/Kansas/Missouri/ downstate Illinois coeds, he winds up tapping as many as he can handle, either as a one nighter or for a while until they get bored. (He did have a vasectomy and still wraps it. No fool, he.)

    But what he really wants is not teen poon, but a woman somewhat younger-say 35-50, not fat, not stupid, no tats or piercings, either no kids or they are older and out of her hair, someone he can walk around with and not feel weird, someone with half a brain he can talk about substantive things with. Absolutely not to be found anywhere. At least, not around such a college town.

    Whenever I saw articles or TV presentations on Hugh Hefner, I always thought he had to be an idiot for chasing women with that much age differential. He would have been happier with a woman say twenty years younger, who still looked good but not a sex bomb any more, someone with a similar level of fame and some money of her own.

    • LOL: L Woods
  182. Anonymous[367] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnotherDad

    Eastern Rite Catholics have married priests as well as several other advantages over the Roman Rite, but the Eastern Rite churches have pretty well pooped out in the US. Not sure why. I remember Bob Whitaker saying that he had gone to considerable trouble to get baptized in the Maronite rite.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    , @Anonymous
  183. @Anonymous

    He understands that demographics = Destiny.

    Your argument is missing some steps. Why does he care about Europe? What is his argument for why Europe should be “European”?

    No Rosie’s argument isn’t missing any steps.

    Why should Europe be European? For the same reason life is better than death.

    Why should we not root for any species to keep it’s habitat and stay alive? People care about seeing say tigers no go extinct. How much more important that the most successful sub-species of humans survive?

    Rather than me answer “why should Europe be European?”, the people against this should be continually asked why they favor the extinction of Europeans?

  184. Anonymous[189] • Disclaimer says:

    It seems like commonsense that refugees return to their homes after the danger has passed.

    Then I remembered: which country has a large potential refugee return problem? Yep, Israel.

    Abandon all hope of the refugee rules being changed in our lifetimes.

    • Replies: @Hail
  185. @AnotherDad

    I think there is a good chance the remove the married priest ban. If you are the religious type, being a priest is not a bad career option if you remove the celibacy thing. Security, status, and prestige are automatic. The Church has always let the eastern Catholic priests like the Ukrainian Catholics marry, and recently began allowing married Episcopalian priests who convert to remain married and be full priests. Right now, most of the new priests are coming from conservative and/or third world countries like Poland, Uganda, and the Philippines.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  186. Karl says:
    @Anonymous

    191 [367] > He would have been happier with a woman say twenty years younger

    i’ll mention to him that you have outsmarted him, and are advising him to get with a woman who is just-now-hitting-The-Wall

    i bet they are low maintenance, as well. No need for Botox, no shopping habits

    > say 35-50, not fat, not stupid, no tats or piercings, either no kids or they are older and out of her hair, someone he can walk around with and not feel weird, someone with half a brain he can talk about substantive things with

    big inventory of those in North America, isn’t there?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  187. @Citizen of a Silly Country

    Moral reasoning isn’t for them, it’s for us. Everybody except Whites knows that morals only apply within the tribe

    We need our people to know that what we want is right and good and normal and justified

    The foreign invader getting shot in the head and kicked down into a mass grave, who cares what he thinks.

    We need the minds of the guys who are going to have to shoot and kick to be solid. We need them to say grimly “this is proper and necessary and good”.

    We don’t need more relativistic “well ya know, nobody owes you anything” that’s what I meant by nihilism.

    We can’t force the enemy to roll over if we don’t believe in what we are doing.

  188. @Dieter Kief

    A spoonful of laughter makes the dominance go down.

  189. Benjaminl says:
    @AnotherDad

    Paul Rahe wrote about a priest named Gerald Fitzgerald who started sounding the alarm by the 1950s.

    https://ricochet.com/547522/prelates-and-pederasts/

    First, a priest named Gerald Fitzgerald – who had in 1947 in New Mexico founded a small religious order named Congregation of the Servants of the Paraclete to counsel priests who had difficulty with alcoholism, substance abuse, celibacy, and the like – had for decades been trying to alert the American bishops and officials in the Vatican (including Pope Paul VI) to the fact that priestly pederasty (which, he said, was unheard of before World War II) was within the American Catholic Church a growing problem.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_Fitzgerald_(priest)

    Rod Dreher cites a book by Randy Engel to the effect that several big-name early-20th-c. Cardinals and Archbishops were homosexual.

    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/uncle-ted-mccarrick-family-tradition/

  190. @Anonymous

    Reasonable point. However, it’s often the case that the dominant tribe stays fairly intact, i.e. the losing tribe is doesn’t get a lot of its DNA in the ruling class for a very, very long time.

    Look at Steve’s posts about Norman names still dominating the upper class of England.

  191. @Anonymous

    It’s not a theory. It’s history. From a historic standpoint, successful tribes have grown and entered new territory. The record shows that conquering tribes experience much fewer problems down the road when they eliminate the current population, either by the sword or expelling them, than when they allow the conquered tribe to stick around.

    Granted, sometimes the two peoples are able to blend into one – the Angles, Saxons, Jutes and Britons come to mind – but that process takes a very, very long time and you usually have a fair amount of trouble in between.

    But most of the time, conquering tribes should eliminate the conquered tribe so that their descendants don’t have to fight the same battles again. Nothing personal, just business.

    History shows over and over that different tribes don’t mix well in the same land. Lasting peace is usually achieved by separating peoples into their own homelands if possible. It’s better for all. The process of achieving that separation can be gruesome indeed, but so is surgery; however, if the surgery allows the patient to be healthy for many decades to come, it’s worth it.

    This isn’t my theory. It’s history. And whether I think that it’s good or bad is a bit like asking me if I think the sun rising in the East and setting in the West is good or bad. It just is. But just to be nice, I’ll say, No, I don’t want to put different groups to sword, nor would I approve of it by others. That said, nature and history don’t care what I think. Mix different tribes together in the same territory and, historically speaking, you have brutal civil wars and massacres.

    Am I predicting that for the U.S. and Europe? How do I know the future. I just know history, and history says that the odds are that it will be ugly.

  192. @Anonymous

    …but the Eastern Rite churches have pretty well pooped out in the US.

    Demographic weight.

    The US Catholic Church is foundationally mostly an Irish Church, with Germans and Italians piling in and building it out in their areas. Danny Thomas is a great guy, but there was only one of him compared to millions of us. So Thomas became just a vanilla Catholic (and married an Italian girl). It’s what’s on offer.

  193. @RadicalCenter

    And, if it did, whether it happened than and there.

  194. L Woods says:
    @Hail

    “White prestige” is probably most of what they’re talking about when they speak of “white privilege.” The paradox is that attacking white men on the basis of their “privilege” only burninshes their prestige — it’s a self-sustaining cycle.

  195. @Anon

    This recent genetic study reports that the average or typical Englishman is about:

    37% British
    22% Irish
    20% German/French

    https://www.ancestry.com/corporate/international/press-releases/DNA-of-the-nation-revealedand-were-not-as-British-as-we-think

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  196. @william munny

    I really hope that they repeal that unnatural policy too.

    You are right about the RCC allowing Protestant ministers to become RC priests while married. It shows how self-serving so-called canon “law” can be. It also shows that the RCC does NOT actually believe that having married priests is morally wrong and/or un-Biblical.

    I attended a parish for a couple years that was presided over by a priest who was married with children, a nice normal manly guy who had come over from Protestantism. I don’t recall which denomination. His wife and kids sat in the front row and she gave him a kiss after the Mass. It was refreshing.

    By the way, he called the exception that allowed his situation “the poaching rule” I.e. it helped the RCC “poach” clergy from those big bad Protestants.

    He counseled me with great care, sensitivity, and common sense on a relationship I then had with a young woman who was also a parishioner there. And he had more credibility with me due to his own real-life experience and the insight and maturity that had come with it. We related to each other, and he knew the practical consequences and implications of what he advised first-hand.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  197. @RadicalCenter

    ps this obviously means average white Englishman, as a large and growing part of the population is not white British or european.

  198. Hail says: • Website
    @Anonymous

    which country has a large potential refugee return problem? Yep, Israel.

    They aren’t refugees in the strict sense for two reasons: [1] They are more like expellees than refugees (some might not see a distinction, but it is in whether someone left voluntarily or not); [2] “Multi-generational refugee” is not likely a recognized concept in general.

    In the case of Gaza and the West Bank, they are living under brutal and humiliating Jewish occupation, but would we call Gaza and the West Bank-dwellers, born and raised in their open-air ghetto zone, “refugees”?

  199. @Anonymous

    Okay, I’ll bite and pretend this post is real.

    I have a friendly-acquaintance sort of guitar pal-plays all fretted instruments, builds and repairs guitars, et al-who is in his early 60s and lives in a college town some distance from here. He’s fairly buff, has a full head of dirty-blond Brian Jones hair, and is reportedly “bejingled”. He tells me, and I have observed him around these girls, that with each incoming crop of zaftig 18/19 year old cheer captains and other such Iowa/Nebraska/Kansas/Missouri/ downstate Illinois coeds, he winds up tapping as many as he can handle, either as a one nighter or for a while until they get bored. (He did have a vasectomy and still wraps it. No fool, he.)

    So, if I am reading this correctly, your boy is in his early-60s, is well-preserved, and has access to an ongoing stream of barely legal trim, yet…

    …what he really wants is not teen poon, but a woman somewhat younger-say 35-50, not fat, not stupid, no tats or piercings, either no kids or they are older and out of her hair, someone he can walk around with and not feel weird, someone with half a brain he can talk about substantive things with. Absolutely not to be found anywhere. At least, not around such a college town.

    Honestly, your boy needs to learn the meaning of, “Never look a gift horse in the mouth,” kick back, relax, and enjoy the bounty life has put in front of him.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @RadicalCenter
  200. Rosie says:
    @Rosie

    Further reflections:

    Perhaps the most charming thing about Tibet is that Buddhist piety pervades every aspect of daily life in Tibet. One might think this would be stifling, but in fact I think there is a tendency for secure religions to develop into versatile, accommodating, national traditions. Tibetan Buddhism is esoteric mysticism and devotional folk religion all at the same time.

    The fact is that once-a-week religion, considered a “private matter,” is simply not very enriching or edifying. Yet, once-a-week, private religion is all that is feasible in a diverse society. At the very least, any attempt to bring religion into daily public life is controversial and met with resistance.

    The point being: As a Buddhist, the Dalai Lama would be expected to take a very practical approach to religion. That is, it is only worthwhile insofar as it enhances the well-being of its adherents. Accordingly, he would see the introduction of a conflicting, and hostile religion into European society as particularly damaging to European spiritual life.

  201. Anon[248] • Disclaimer says:
    @DB Cooper

    Liberals cozy up to apartheid states all the time. Every Islamic country is an apartheid state and liberals are cozy with all of them. South Africa is still an apartheid state , only with whites now facing discrimination.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  202. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    This sort of thing is not rare among rock and rollers if you are a big fish in a small pond so to speak. You make a little money and get all the trim you can handle.

    He’s good, but not that good: he was part of two bands that after personnel changes got signed, neither ever became huge, but they would be remembered by hard core rock fans around then.

    He isn’t complaining but says he gets lonely sometimes. I believe him.

  203. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Karl

    > say 35-50, not fat, not stupid, no tats or piercings, either no kids or they are older and out of her hair, someone he can walk around with and not feel weird, someone with half a brain he can talk about substantive things with

    big inventory of those in North America, isn’t there?

    Well, if you were Hugh Hefner, there didn’t have to be. Off the top of my head I can think of half a dozen singers, actresses, media or society types that would have worked. Could probably come up with a list of a dozen more prospects in a short time, and if I worked in the media in NY or LA probably a hundred. Shit, Hef was a multimillionaire and a household name.

    And no, they are not low maintenance, not at all , by Middle America standards. Again, he’s Hef. That’s what money and a staff are for.

  204. @The Wild Geese Howard

    No. What he is doing is wrong and disrespects the women and what intimacy is supposed to mean. It’s not cool, it’s pathetic. Men need not be afraid of the inevitable snark they’ll get in response to comments like these. We need to stop acting like animals. If the man needs sex that bad at that age, meet women and look for a wife.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
  205. Romanian says: • Website
    @Hail

    He might come back as the fish. Or worse, one of us :))

  206. @Whitney

    I wonder if he has been saying these things for some time already. I get the impression that the media is less enamorated with him than it was in, say, 2006.

  207. @RadicalCenter

    After carefully considering your reasoned opinion for several minutes I have concluded that…

    …NOPE…dude is still awesome!

  208. Anonymous[352] • Disclaimer says:
    @RadicalCenter

    He counseled me with great care, sensitivity, and common sense on a relationship I then had with a young woman who was also a parishioner there.

    What sort of particular advice do priests give about relationships?

  209. ASSH says:

    The Dalai Lama is a hypocrite, he himself is a refugee who has benefited significantly from the kindness of India and the people of the world but he deny the same kindness to others. He callously proclaimed that “…Europe belongs to Europeans” and that ultimately refugees should “develop their own country”. In other words, refugees should not be allowed to remain in European countries forever. This is very unbecoming from the man of peace and a Nobel Peace laureate.

    What the Dalai Lama said needs to be put into context to expose the tremendous harm his words will surely create. Malmo today is home to a large population of immigrants and refugees, and the Dalai Lama’s words come at a time when resentment against migrants and refugees are escalating in the European Union countries.

    The Dalai Lama’s statement directly targets an already disadvantaged and marginalized group of people facing increasing contempt by Europeans. It does not matter if the Dalai Lama seems to start off his message in a benevolent tone by asking Europe to receive, help and educate refugees seeking asylum when his ultimate message is to deny these refugees the opportunity to establish new homes and lives in Europe.

  210. Anonymous[174] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hail

    ‘feminism’ == ‘I can eat whatever I like and if you object you hate women‘.

  211. Anonymous[174] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    The Vatican II rapprochement with Jews, while understandable in the aftermath of the Holocaust, was taken very badly by Middle Eastern Christians. They consider it a betrayal and it severely damaged the prestige and reputation of the Roman church in their eyes.

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