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From the Phoenix New Times:

Arizona Legislator: ‘There Aren’t Enough White Kids to Go Around’ in State Schools

ANTONIA NOORI FARZAN | JUNE 13, 2018 | 11:33AM

Update, June 14: After the publication of this story, Governor Doug Ducey, Arizona Republican Party Chairman Jonathan Lines, and Arizona Chamber of Commerce CEO Glenn Hamer released statements calling on Representative David Stringer to resign, calling his comments unacceptable. …

Stringer, a Republican from Prescott, also told the group that “there aren’t enough white kids to go around” in Arizona public schools, which will be reflected in the voter base in 10 to 15 years. …

Here’s the full text of Stringer’s remarks, as captured in the clip that Schapira posted:

60 percent of public school children in the state of Arizona today are minorities. That complicates racial integration because there aren’t enough white kids to go around. And when you look at that 60 percent number for public school students, just carry that forward 10 or 15 years. It’s going to change the demographic voting base of this state. And that’s what’s going on around the country. Immigration is politically destabilizing. President Trump has talked about this. Immigration today represents an existential threat to the United States. If we don’t do something about immigration very, very soon, the demographics of our country will be irrevocably changed and we will be a very different country. It will not be the country you were born into.

Nobody has explained what’s factually or logically wrong with Stringer’s statement: “That complicates racial integration because there aren’t enough white kids to go around.” Obviously, lots of Democrats have said much the same thing. But it is good for Democrats to say that. It is bad, though, for Stringer to say that: just look at him.

 
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  1. Anon7 says:

    Arizona could pass laws forbidding whites from moving out of the state, forbidding the implantation of any but white embryos during in vitro fertilizations, implement Augustan laws that mandate white marriage and children to avoid a wealth-based tax, encourage white immigration, duty-free Russian mail order brides, etc.

    Get creative, AZ!

    • Replies: @ben tillman
  2. It’s already not the same country I was born into and I’m in my early 30s.

  3. wren says:

    Yes, pc culture not allowing one to notice what is going on causes FEIR, Flynn Effect In Reverse.

    This shedding of IQ points causes any number of bad outcomes, such as, in England, inviting people into your community who drug, beat, rape and sell your daughters as sex slaves.

    Because of the power pc culture has over peoples’ brains, they do nothing about these problems for decades, like in England.

    Another example, Angela Merkel. She used to be smart, but now represents a member of the FEIR cohort. She probably has already lost a good 20 IQ points.

  4. just look at him

    Meanwhile, in related poison ivy news—from the Boston Globe:

    Hospital will disperse portraits of past white male luminaries, put the focus on diversity

    The employees and students who regularly gather in the Bornstein Amphitheater at Brigham and Women’s Hospital include women, blacks, and Hispanics. The 31 gold-framed portraits of medical luminaries that cover the walls do not.

    The portraits are all of men. Thirty are white, and one is Chinese.

    On Thursday, the Harvard Medical School teaching hospital plans to remove the paintings of the former department chairs, as part of its broader diversity initiatives.

    > The hospital’s president, Dr. Betsy ((( Nabel )))*, said she had considered ending the tradition of hanging pictures of retired chairs in the auditorium for several years, especially as more women and minorities train as doctors at the hospital.

    > “I have watched the faces of individuals as they have come into Bornstein,’’ Nabel said in an interview in her office last week. “I have watched them look at the walls. I read on their faces ‘Interesting. but I am not represented here.’ That got me thinking maybe it’s time that we think about respecting our past in a different way.’’

    Wonder if Nabel will strike the name “Bornstein” from the auditorium, ha ha ha.

    *For the autistics out there, parentheses not in actual article.

  5. Anonymous[288] • Disclaimer says:

    Gov Ducey is mostly a PC chamber of commerce gop man… not a deplorable at all.

    Anyway the state has been re-flooded with illegals since last fall. Kushners/Cohn won the immigration battle in the white house and the last chance to save the country was flushed down the tubes.

    Trump is essentially a savvier Bush. But with the same pathetic approval seeking on the immigration issues. He’s not deporting anyone in numbers that matter. And he’s obsessed with the Hispanic vote.

    AZ will be Californicated completely in the next decade. That 60% minority race school children that the article mentions should’ve been attrited severely through mass deportations. Instead they’re going to take over the state!

  6. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    How can they get away with a “Women’s Hospital”? Doesn’t that assume the patients’ gender or something?

  7. Clyde says:

    Governor Doug Ducey ….must have had a tough time in school with teasing. His name is a natural for it.

  8. Mishra says:

    If we don’t do something about immigration very, very soon, the demographics of our country will be irrevocably changed and we will be a very different country. It will not be the country you were born into.

    Forty or fifty years after this was accurate, a few people dare to notice it. Just before it becomes illegal to notice it. Neat trick huh.

  9. Berty says:
    @Anonymous

    You trolls certainly are getting more creative.

  10. Rod1963 says:

    The thing is as Z man and others have pointed out most of the GOP are essentially closet Democrats. Their notions of policy are identical on many points from globalization of labor, open borders, unlimited immigration, endless wars, etc.

    Before Trump was elected they were planning to pass amnesty and TPP for Hillary and during the campaign the GOP leadership worked with the Democrats and Silicon Valley elite to defeat Trump(Sea Island retreat). To this day the GOP leadership hates Trump.

    In general the party never had any use for the common white American at all and has since Bush42 worked against the average American economically and socially. The only reason the lower class white Americans voted for the GOP since then was that the GOP was less batshit crazy than the Democrats. Not anymore.

    The said, the reason they flipped out over that statement because it points out that whites are being replaced by foreigners. They do not want whites to know that.

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
  11. He’s pointing out that we should cut immigration to keep the country as White as possible. He believes that Whiteness is central to the American identity. That’s the problem (from the perspective of the establishment).

    This part of the quote is the controversial part.

    If we don’t do something about immigration very, very soon, the demographics of our country will be irrevocably changed and we will be a very different country. It will not be the country you were born into.

    Not really the part about “There Aren’t Enough White Kids to Go Around.” That’s not quite so controversial.

    In conclusion, Israel defines itself as Jewish nation and strives to maintain Jewish demographic dominance in its territories. This GOP legislator wants America to implement a similar type of policy. This is wildly controversial. Behaving like Israel is wildly controversial. On the other hand, not praising Israel constantly is also wildly controversial (as Obama learned back during his first term). Israel is a country that must constantly be praised, but never imitated. For failing to observe this norm of American public discourse, the GOP legislator has brought controversy on himself.

    • Agree: Peter Johnson
    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    , @c matt
    , @J.Ross
  12. @Anonymous

    Even “White suburbs” of Phoenix (like Mesa and Scottsdale) are full of Mexicans. You’ll see this especially among the younger demographic.

    There’s actually not much racial tension in the Phoenix metro area, but the demographic changes are utterly jaw dropping.

    The situation in the Las Vegas metro area is even more extreme.

    Phoenix and Vegas are basically, in many respects, just extensions of SoCal.

  13. Dave Pinsen says: • Website
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Somewhat related, FT Property had a feature on Laird Hamilton last week, where he mentioned suffering racism as a white, blond guy growing up in Hawaii.

  14. CTD says:

    Sure he’s basically right, but the job of a politician is to be politic – to get things done in a civil fashion, without alienating people. As Steve says, there are plenty of others who have managed to say the same thing without causing a wailing and gnashing of teeth.

    The other thing is, there are plenty of nonwhite Americans who have assimilated and internalized the good things in American culture, so I disagree with him on the substance as well.

    • Replies: @Anon
  15. istevefan says:

    But it is good for Democrats to say that. It is bad, though, for Stringer to say that: just look at him.

    You may state such truths so long as you salivate with anticipation about the coming change. If you state the truth with any longing for the way it was, you are in violation. So Bill Clinton was in the right when he spoke with anticipation of the day whites become a minority. But Pat Buchanan was fired for writing that said displacement was not good.

    Both men expressed accepted fact. However, one endorsed it while the other lamented it.

    • Agree: Rosie, TTSSYF
  16. Roger says: • Website

    Here is the wrong part: “60 percent of public school children in the state of Arizona today are minorities.”

    If the kids are 40% white, then the whites are minorities. It makes more sense to say that the schools are 100% minorities.

    The following sentences are just obvious facts.

  17. @Dave Pinsen

    He’s a legitimately very handsome man. The sort of blonde surfer dude who’s the center of the party and attracts beach babes with ease. He looks sort of like Aaron Eckhart.

    I would bet that much of the “racism” he suffered was probably related to sexual jealousy (from other men).

    The guy is sort of throwback to the time when the surfer culture was glorified by tv shows, movies, and music. Back 25 years, American guys used to all want to move to Hawaii or SoCal. Surf during the day, party at a Tiki bar at night…..For most kids, listening to the Beach Boys was the closest they ever got to living that lifestyle……..

    The surfer culture really isn’t idealized much these days. When was the last time you heard the Beach Boys on the radio? When was the last time you saw a movie about surfers or a sitcom in which the characters liked hanging out at the beach? When was the last time you saw a Tiki bar in your neighborhood? When was the last time you saw someone wearing Billabong?

    From what I gather, the surfer culture is now associated mostly with middle-aged, aging party boys.

  18. @Clifford Brown

    Check out the cinematography at 1:10, with saxophonist Lou Marini getting his head chopped off.

    • Replies: @ScarletNumber
  19. @istevefan

    It’s like that with a lot of things. If you say “There wouldn’t be many blacks at Harvard, if not for Affirmative Action”, you’re a racist. But if you say, “Eliminating Affirmative Action would be a disaster for racial equity”, you’re a progressive. If you say, “Left to themselves and among themselves, blacks create dysfunctional hellholes like Baltimore and Haiti”, you’re racist. If you say, “Segregation produces crime, poverty and unemployment”, you’re a progressive.

  20. @JohnnyWalker123

    Running out of young surfers is one aspect of running out of white kids.

  21. El Dato says:
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Nabel said in an interview in her office last week. “I have watched them look at the walls. I read on their faces ‘Interesting. but I am not represented here.’

    “I my neurotic mind, through powerful projection, imaginary problems emerged from a nebulous broth of tics. I will now satisfy the urge to do do something about it.”

    “That got me thinking maybe it’s time that we think about respecting our past in a different way.”

    Winston Smith had a good job respecting the past in a different way.

  22. Dave Pinsen says: • Website
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Hamilton is 54 in that pic. He’s a likeabke guy. DGAF what others think – the article says he brought back stand-up paddle boarding even though lots of surfers thought it was lame. He’s also got a line there in response to people who avoid physical stuff due to various ailments: he gives a litany of his various injuries and says if he waited until he was at 100% he’d never do anything.

    As for surfing [crap - I added a pic of a surfboard here and lost the rest of the comment. Will post it as a separate comment].

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
  23. anon[220] • Disclaimer says:

    Anyone wanna argue that there’s a better than 20% chance that America will rescue itself demographically?

    The question is whether it goes the Brazil/Latin America route or the South Africa route: Will whites be an oppressed minority, or will they live as an elite with a large number of short, darker complexioned servants. Perhaps some of both, wealthy whites being on net better off and poor and middle class whites being worse off.

    Another question is whether the US will remain a world hegemon, or whether the factionalism, dumbing down of its population and affirmative action will cripple it too much against rising competitors. China is becoming scary nationalistic, and I’ve anecdotally noted that they are temperamentally completed different from Koreans and Japanese, who are far more humble and unassuming and less machiavellian.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  24. Them Guys says:

    You’d think that after, what? 40 years now? or longer yet? Repubs have been doing every frenzied method to finally raise numbers of black votes for repubs. And by now after repubs have Lost 50-Million White voters that are pissed off at being ignored on every possible issue important to whites.

    That repubs would mostly all act like this guy who stated those comments. But no, it seems stupid party repubs rather trade away 50 million white votes in exchange for the small number, maybe an extra percentage point of black votes gained in past 40 years eh. All during that past time frame black voters consistantly have voted for dems by margin of 94% to 95% vote dem. While same goes for jewish vote. Typical jew dem votes around 87% from last poll reports I read a couple years ago on this issue.

    Another Cohencidence how the two main american curses of Jewry and Negro Africans work as one vote block, just as they work so well as one to hate whitey etc eh.

  25. OT:

    Chinese defend Einstein’s portrait of their people as ‘filthy’ and ‘obtuse’

    “Einstein went to China at the wrong time,” said one Weibo user, describing the early years of the Chinese republic, established in 1912, which came after centuries of imperial rule. “Hunger, war, and poverty all pressed on the Chinese. How could Chinese people at the time gain Einstein’s respect?”

    Many were in strong support of the scientist: “This is called insulting China? That’s ridiculous. Did the Chinese in that era look dirty? When I see the photos from then, they look dirty, Einstein depicted the true state of that era.”

    Others compared the scientists’s observations to that of Lu Xun, considered the father of modern Chinese literature, who was best known for his scathing satire of Chinese society in the early 20th century. “We praise Lu Xun because he pointed out our disadvantages. Why should we blame Einstein for this?”

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jun/15/chinese-defend-einsteins-diaries-filthy-obtuse?CMP=twt_gu&__twitter_impression=true

  26. IHTG says:
    @Anonymous

    Utter nonsense.

  27. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    >I have watched the faces of individuals as they have come into Bornstein,’’ Nabel said in an interview in her office last week. “I have watched them look at the walls. I read on their faces ‘Interesting. but I am not represented here.’

    I have never met a single talented person who looks at pictures of great men & women and says “Interesting. but I am not represented here.” Most physics grad students are awed by Bohr, Einstein, Dirac, and Feynman, not because of their skin color or race, but because of their talent. (((Nabel))) is turning every good thing into an ethnic cultural war.

  28. Anonym says:
    @Dave Pinsen

    Somewhat related, FT Property had a feature on Laird Hamilton last week, where he mentioned suffering racism as a white, blond guy growing up in Hawaii.

    I bet he also suffered a lot of head.

  29. Ed says:

    Hopefully the legislature not only stands his ground but fires back at the governor.

  30. The unacceptable remark about “running out of white children” in the public school system is a direct Sailerism. So at least we can infer that Rep. Stringer probably reads unz.com!

    • Agree: Daniel H
  31. Realist says:

    GOP Governor Demand GOP Legislator Resign for Pointing Out: “Aren’t Enough White Kids to Go Around”

    Another cuckservative. The GOP is awash with them.

    • Replies: @Thomas
  32. Ed says:
    @Anonymous

    Comparing Trump to Bush on immigration or any matter is simply dumb. Look at the hysteria at the so called separating kids from children at the border. Bush could never tolerate that.

    You sit there with your jack boot fantasies of reversing the demographic time bomb speaking utter rubbish. Trump is the best thing to happen to the immigration restrictionist cause and his methods will slow but can never reverse a 50 year trend. If anyone else had won it would be the reverse and they’d actually speed it up.

  33. Veracitor says:
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    This sort of thing makes me sad as well as angry. Think of the professors who worked hard to earn their places in that portrait collection. Now some callous bitch is going to tear down their portraits– deprive them (many posthumously, I suspect) of their just honors– for no good reason. Those new “women and minority” trainees might possibly have been inspired to work hard to earn honorable places of their own, but instead Dr. Betsy Nabel tells them not to exert themselves because there is nothing for them to gain– she and her colleagues will cast down the memorials of the even most worthy without cause or regret.

  34. Pericles says:
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Whites should acquire these artifacts of Old Whiteness rather than have malignant government officials discard or destroy them. Same with the statues in the South.

  35. @JohnnyWalker123

    “The surfer culture really isn’t idealized much these days.”

    In movies and TV, no. Too white. It’s deliberate.

    But in the 1960s UK nobody surfed at all. Surfing was considered a sport for hot weather places. Now with affordable wetsuits tens of thousands do (and hundreds of thousands wear the gear).

    Newquay in Cornwall is a surf town by day and party town by night (they had a spate of accidents where drunks fell off the cliffs). For every one person on a board, there are 10 on bodyboards and 20 wearing surf gear!

  36. Why is Stringer using the conditional future tense to describe a fiat accompliproperly described with the past tense?

    That’s the real scandal of his remarks: Even the ostensible Cassandra is Pollyanna (or at least too afraid not to appear otherwise). Don’t say you’re merely hungry if you are starving, and don’t speak of possible or even probable undesirable outcomes to be prevented when what’s needed is immediate action to remedy and reverse them.

  37. TTSSYF says:
    @415 reasons

    I’m twice your age and ten times more saddened at what we’ve become versus the country we were when I was growing up. I think it’s already too late and, short of some catastrophic event that causes an extreme course correction, is only going to get worse. I go to my local grocery store or post office and feel like I walked into the United Nations building, what with all the saris, hijabs, foreign languages. The sales clerk at a department store I stopped at yesterday couldn’t even understand my simple question in English. Equally dispiriting to me are the number of people, most of whom appear to be native whites, with tattoos covering their arms, shoulders, necks, etc., like graffiti on a railway car. It’s ugly.

  38. @JohnnyWalker123

    There’s actually not much racial tension in the Phoenix metro area, but the demographic changes are utterly jaw dropping.

    There’s not much racial tension, because the Phoenix metro area is becoming racially homogenous. The future has already been born.

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
  39. Tiny Duck says:

    it shouldn’t have mattered whether kids were white or any other color. Damned shame you people STAY obsessed because of issues YOU people caused all on your own with NO help from ANY non-white kids.

    Times are changing for the better. We don’t want stinky mayonnaise white trash white bread racism running things

    This is why pulling down portraits is necessary

    No one wants to look at racists in a hospital

    • Replies: @Mokiki
  40. Jake says:

    “Obviously, lots of Democrats have said much the same thing. But it is good for Democrats to say that.”

    Very few Democrats say that. What they say is that whites are always wrong and always must pay for being always wrong, sicut erat in principio et nunc et semper et in saecula saeculorum. Amen.

    Yes, Dems and other Leftists (the Neocons most obviously and repulsively) do treat the presence of white children in schools among non-whites as pure gold, but they voice their unrelentingly faith that those white children carry the diseases related to racism that cause all those non-whites to be criminals and have IQ issues and low self-esteem, etc, ad infinitum.

    It is thoroughly Orwellian.

    • Replies: @Moses
  41. Arclight says:

    The left simultaneously hates whites and believes they are the golden geese of society – which is why they lean so hard on the religion of ‘white supremacy’ to explain why this particular group on average does so well and others do not. They want the desirable outcomes associated with mostly white areas (good academic achievement, low crime, upward mobility) for everyone else but resolutely refuse to consider what conditions create this state of affairs, and if it can be replicated with very different ethnic groups/cultures.

    • Agree: Charles Pewitt
  42. He’s pointing out that we should cut immigration to keep the country as White as possible. He believes that Whiteness is central to the American identity. That’s the problem (from the perspective of the establishment).

    I’m not sure if he’s coming at it from the ethnic identity angle. The problem that’s slowly beginning to dawn on the normies is that with 40% white school-age demographics, you start running out of white majority school districts, which are the ONLY districts where property values appreciate and the students get high test scores and large companies want to locate their executive offices.

    Without bourgeois whites around to keep up the IQ and time-preference means, the place gets more violent and just shabbier generally. And it won’t matter what laws your mostly white legislature passes or what your precious Constitution says.

  43. Phil says:

    Want to guess whether Representative David Stringer is a reader?

    Sounds like Sapir–Whorf in action to me.

    Representative Stringer’s read enough isteve posts to have a phrase handy to describe a phenomenon in action.

    None of listeners understood the phrase or what he was even talking about, now he’s bearing the brunt of using linguistic phrase that they didn’t understand.

  44. Dr. Doom says:

    In the crazy times, the fools of the failed state attack those they need to survive and embrace the ones that want them dead. Let these dumb PC fools embrace their murderers. Let them take down the portraits of their betters. We do not want our ancestors associated with The Jim Jones Suicide Cult.
    Let them dance to the bongos of the the savages. Into their bellies can they go. When the end comes, we may not be in their graces, but we will not be in the clutches of their deadly death cult either.

    What was ours before will be ours again. They cannot maintain it. They cannot replace us. They cannot escape the deadly embrace of the savages whose love may as well be hate. That fake caring. That fake history. All the lies, that mean nothing.

    They would be the King of the savages. They are the Man who would be King. But the savages are not capable of being what they want. They may only be humoring these clowns to marry them to a volcano gawd.

    In the end, these PC fakers are not full of love. It is Lust. Lust for Power. The dumb brown fools are not really their children. They see them as easy marks for their cons. However, the dumb brown ones have nothing worth taking. They are takers themselves. When the freebies run out, it will not be a happy place. They are not dogs that love the hand that feeds them. They are hungry wolves that only seem friendly on full stomachs that make them seem placid. When they are hungry again and nothing is there to eat, the hand and the supposed master will be a nice fat treat.

  45. Wilkey says:

    “After the publication of this story, Governor Doug Ducey, Arizona Republican Party Chairman Jonathan Lines, and Arizona Chamber of Commerce CEO Glenn Hamer released statements calling on Representative David Stringer to resign.”

    Yes, because chambers of commerce everywhere are well-known for their obsession for fighting discrimination and exploitation. That’s totally why the head of the Arizona Chamber wants him to resign.

    This country is undergoing massive and relentless demographic change, no one asked us about it, we were in fact blatantly lied to about it, and we’re not allowed to say a g.d. thing in objection to it, and if you do you will be harassed, intimidated, terminated, unpersoned, and have any and every communication tool removed from your disposal by unregulated monopolies who would make John D. Rockefeller blush with envy.

    More people immigrate to the United States legally each year than live in the entire state of Maine, but somehow that’s presented to us as an unfairly low level of immigration that totally justifies another half million people coming illegally.

    • Agree: AndrewR
    • Replies: @Charles Pewitt
    , @Moses
  46. artichoke says:
    @istevefan

    Indeed minorities salivate over the same trend. You can see their enthusiasm and their shameless promotion of their own cause. This shameless racial self-promotion (promotion of “diversity” as a social good by the diverse populations, without any attempt at proof, for example) is not commented on enough, by the way.

    I wonder if their salivating works overall to accelerate the trend by making their fellow URM’s have more babies, or to slow the trend by alarming whites and getting them busier in the bedroom.

  47. Tulip says:

    Nobody has explained what’s factually or logically wrong with Stringer’s statement

    . . . that’s why his behavior is inexcusable. If he said something factually or logically wrong, someone would explain why he is a stupid hick and he could apologize for being a stupid hick and life could move on. As it is, he sounds more like Enoch Powell than John McCain.

    Republicans should go back to the reverse Robin Hood schtick, and forget about statesmanship.

    • Replies: @Paco Wové
  48. Ibound1 says:

    Speaking of the consequences of demographic changes, France just spent 40 million dollars to put anti-terror walls around the Eiffel Tower. Through wars, Nazi occupation, civil unrest, Paris never needed walls around the Eiffel Tower. It does now.

    https://www.afp.com/en/news/205/paris-puts-final-touches-eiffel-tower-anti-terror-walls-doc-15y8s91

    • Replies: @roo_ster
  49. BB753 says:
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Steve, you were right, this looks more and more like the Chinese Cultural Revolution, with Rose McGowan as Madame Mao!

  50. bomag says:
    @Veracitor

    Now some callous bitch is going to tear down their portraits– deprive them (many posthumously, I suspect) of their just honors– for no good reason.

    The callous bitch knows that you get more of what you celebrate, so get ready for more burka wearing LGBTXYZs who spout anti-white propaganda.

  51. I was riding the bus a few years ago in Phoenix. One of my stops was by a high school during dismissal. Hundreds of Hispanic students poured out of the one school and crammed themselves into bus after bus. I only saw one or two whites. It was a jarring experience to see them, especially since the school building they exited was in that Californian-Palladian style, probably built in the late 1890s. They didn’t really fit the scenery.

    All these societal changes are an architectural shame. I don’t think there’s many left in the Southwest and SoCal who care about the historical architecture.

  52. Whiskey says: • Website

    Over under Mexico annexing CA, NV, AZ, TX?

    Judo politics. Push annexation by Mexico. Along with AMLO style seizing oligarch wealth.

  53. @JohnnyWalker123

    I thought the early to mid 1960s would have been the pinnacle of Surfer Culture penetrating the mainstream with Gidget on television and the Beach Boys/Jan and Dean/Dick Dale/The Ventures on the radio. That’s a bit more than twenty five years ago.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
  54. njguy73 says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Phoenix and Vegas are basically, in many respects, just extensions of SoCal.

    Joel Garreau wrote about that, and more, in his 1981 book The Nine Nations Of North America. “Mexamerica” stretches from LA to Houston and includes most of Mexico, but Garreau put Las Vegas in “The Empty Quarter,” a nation that includes Fairbanks, Calgary, and Denver.

  55. Paragraph Sentence Disaggregation Increases Rhetorical Pop

    David Stringer Says:

    60 percent of public school children in the state of Arizona today are minorities.

    That complicates racial integration because there aren’t enough white kids to go around.

    And when you look at that 60 percent number for public school students, just carry that forward 10 or 15 years.

    It’s going to change the demographic voting base of this state. And that’s what’s going on around the country.

    Immigration is politically destabilizing.

    President Trump has talked about this.

    Immigration today represents an existential threat to the United States.

    If we don’t do something about immigration very, very soon, the demographics of our country will be irrevocably changed and we will be a very different country.

    It will not be the country you were born into.

  56. @Wilkey

    This country is undergoing massive and relentless demographic change, no one asked us about it, we were in fact blatantly lied to about it, and we’re not allowed to say a g.d. thing in objection to it, and if you do you will be harassed, intimidated, terminated, unpersoned, and have any and every communication tool removed from your disposal by unregulated monopolies who would make John D. Rockefeller blush with envy.

    The above is good stuff

  57. @Anon7

    Arizona could pass laws forbidding whites from moving out of the state, forbidding the implantation of any but white embryos during in vitro fertilizations, implement Augustan laws that mandate white marriage and children to avoid a wealth-based tax, encourage white immigration, duty-free Russian mail order brides, etc.

    A better law that’s actually Constitutional (regardless of what partial judges might say) would be a law limiting voting rights to citizens born in the US.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Joe Stalin
  58. @Ed

    You sit there with your jack boot fantasies of reversing the demographic time bomb speaking utter rubbish. Trump is the best thing to happen to the immigration restrictionist cause and his methods will slow but can never reverse a 50 year trend. If anyone else had won it would be the reverse and they’d actually speed it up.

    The United States will have its White Core American William the Conqueror very soon. It may be one leader, it may be a woman, it may just be an imposition of a new ruling class that operates in the interests of the European Christian ancestral core of the United States.

    The key to understanding the fragility of the current ruling class’s power is monetary policy. The ruling class of the American Empire is maintained in power by means of money conjured up out of thin air. The same could be said for the ruling classes in Japan, China and most European nations. Without that monetary policy, the ruling class would have been dislodged from power a long time ago.

    The demographic time bomb was caused by mass immigration. It will be reversed by mass deportation.

    The best thing Trump has done is to say that the corporate media is the enemy of the American people. Trump must launch a total war on Comcast/NBC, ABC/Disney, CBS/Viacom and all the other corporate media outlets that use propaganda to attack White Core Americans.

  59. Flip says:

    Good news for property values in Boise. Whites are going to concentrate regionally and the country will eventually split up or at least decentralize.

    • Replies: @Ed
  60. Anon[204] • Disclaimer says:

    Our old friend Reuben Navarette serves up another pile of steaming dung:

    An industry that produces nearly $50 billion in annual revenue deserves better. But while Big Tech and Hollywood are recognized as major players in the California economy, Big Ag is usually treated like an unwanted stepchild.

    Not that President Obama was much better for farming. In eight years, his administration deported more than 3 million people. Obama repeatedly claimed — despite evidence to the contrary — that the vast majority of those removed were violent criminals and “gang-bangers.” In reality, many of them were no such thing. They were simply what lawmakers like to call “unskilled” laborers — including farm workers.

    https://angelusnews.com/content/what-farm-life-can-teach-us-about-our-country-and-ourselves

    — And fifth, most farmers aren’t “elites” who exploit their workers. They scrape by. And workers often have the leverage.

    Only two years ago did farm workers gain the protection of overtime laws. As far as I know, only California added this protection.

  61. I’m still agog at this comment from a self-hating White man over at Drug Monkey.  He thinks that the solution to race resentment and hatred is to teach that environment (meaning “racism”) is exclusively responsible for NAM under-achievement.

    Whereas if we said that it was mostly genes which were shaped by impersonal forces over thousands and tens of thousands of years and if anyone at all is responsible for the genetic hand you were dealt, it was your parents… it would infuriate them or something.

    It makes you wonder what these CoC types actually believe, and what their endgame is.  If they have one.

  62. JoeFour says:

    “If we don’t do something about immigration very, very soon, the demographics of our country will be irrevocably changed and we will be a very different country. It will not be the country you were born into.”

    This has already happened … and the trend at this point appears unstoppable.

  63. @Anonymous

    Yes, Ducey is not a MAGA type. That being said the rest of your post is more eeyorism doom masturbation that was written from the MidWest.

  64. @JohnnyWalker123

    Eh what?

    First, Mesa is a city in its own right, and parts of Mesa have been ghetto since time immemorial, but that city is actually getting gentrified with prices rising up all over East Valley. The further you get away from the Southern/Dobson/Alma School area (aka the ruins of the Fiesta Mall), the more it looks like Gilbert.

    Ahwatukee is and has been rich whites and Indians/Persians (possibly your ‘Mexicans’?) for ages now. Yes, there’s some color on the seam with South Phoenix (aka the ghetto), but for the most part its very white.

  65. @The Anti-Gnostic

    That and because there’s a containment strategy that would make Liam “Dudley” Smith proud.

  66. Pat Boyle says:
    @415 reasons

    America refuses to face facts. The whole notion of public schools is failing and will be discarded at some point.

    The single most crucial service that a public school provides is the one that is most controversial. Public schools teach their students diversity. Everyone who has attended a public school has at some point realized that that guy (or gal) in the third row who always raises their hand and always knows the answer – is smarter than you are. Or maybe you are that guy in the third row and you realize that you are just sharper than the other kids.

    Everyday in a classroom some student is learning where they place in the great life long competition that is life on earth. You can escape into comic books but the classroom reveals the terrible truth – you do not have super powers and some of your classmates are just better at some things.

    So a mixed classroom is an excellent mechanism for helping a young person learn where they place among their peers. Unfortunately black kids learn that they are in most ways inferior to whites of Asians. White and Asian kids get smarter and more knowledgeable up to about the age of sixteen. Blacks stop developing mentally about two years earlier. The black kid in eleventh and twelfth grades want to drop out. They are tired of being shown up by all the kids from other races. The solution is simple enough. Don’t require the less able black kids to stay in school as long as whites and have separate schools for blacks.

    But America isn’t quite ready for obvious solutions.

    In the meantime we will probably do a lot more computer based teaching. A normal lecture class in a real subject is probably always best on TV. John Hawkes is probably the best anthropology lecturer available anywhere. He is available on YouTube. He is better than anyone you are likely to get at your state college. I used to teach statistics. I thought that I was very good. Maybe I was the best stat teacher in the US – but probably not. I had had lots of stat teachers and most were pretty bad. But in the near future students will watch the best stat teacher on an official stat show. Then they will take an official test at a registered test center.

    When students learn their stat from the star stat teacher they will learn more stat than today but they won’t have the experience of never being quiet as quick as that guy in the third row. We’ll have to think of something else to acculturate the youth.

  67. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    “I have watched them look at the walls. I read on their faces ‘Interesting. but I am not represented here.”

    Ms. Betsy thinks she’s a telepath, but quite likely she’s only talented at psychological projection.

    Really, who apart from middle class narcisist girls looks at the pictures of great men and feels baaaaaad that she is not represented there?

  68. @ben tillman

    A better law that’s actually Constitutional (regardless of what partial judges might say) would be a law limiting voting rights to citizens born in the US.

    Or can be trusted with a handgun.

    But that only works in states with licensing. Arizona went full Vermont a few years ago.

  69. @Pat Boyle

    When students learn their stat from the star stat teacher they will learn more stat than today

    Keep at it– you’ve got the start of a pretty good tongue twister there.

  70. Anonymous[144] • Disclaimer says:
    @Pat Boyle

    In other words the education system will become like music and acting after the invention of the record player, motion pictures, radio and TV.

    Local yokels by the millions replaced by a few movie stars.

    • Replies: @Pat Boyle
  71. @415 reasons

    I recall 25 years ago driving through a neighborhood in Santa Ana, CA and thinking to myself, “Jesus Christ, this place is indistinguishable from Mexico”. And that’s in every respect. Language, culture, ethnicity etc. 25 years later, there has been no change–i.e. no assimilation visible. If anything, it’s even more Mexican-y.

    • Replies: @bartok
    , @fred c dobbs
  72. @Dave Pinsen

    He looks amazing for his age and definitely comes across as likeable.

    Stand-up paddle boarding is fun. Try it sometime.

    If you want to heal injuries, eat large amounts of Vitamin C, Collagen, Hyaluronic acid, Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM, and protein. Also, sleep a lot, as that releases growth hormone that repairs tears in your body. Boswellia and Turmeric are helpful too, for inflammation.

  73. @Dave Pinsen

    Laird Hamilton IS surfing. Is there anybody else any lay person could name associated with the sport? The Big Kahuna maybe?

    When we visited HI a few years ago there were lots of surfers, but they weren’t sun-bleached blonds. They were Pacific Islanders with wetsuits. Still lots of fun to watch, but there’s no eye candy to lure in the women. Sorry PI guys, I don’t mean to insult you, but the standard of male beauty leaves you on the fringes, regardless of your abs.

    There’s plenty of surfers along the CA coast and we saw them in Maine(!) in late May. That was interesting. But those places are cold and wetsuits are necessary. HI is the only state with big waves that’s warm enough to have the bodies on display. And that state is running out of white people.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
  74. @JohnnyWalker123

    Not to mention that lots of the white kids are in private schools or homeschooling. I have tons of relatives in Phoenix area, and they all homeschool.

  75. @Alec Leamas

    I agree surfer culture peaked in the 60s and even the 70s, but it still was going strong up through the early 90s. After that, it sort of just faded away.

    Remember Save by the Bell?

    90210?

    Baywatch?

    All those early 90s shows portrayed the surfer culture as being extremely popular with young people.

    By the early 2000s, that had changed dramatically.

    • Replies: @Corn
  76. jc000 says:

    Whats the problem? i seem to remember all other ethnic groups wanting representation in institutions, but white people arent allowed to? The country is 57 percent white, therefor enrollment should reflect that. If black enrollment was 3 percent despite being 12 percent of the population, there would be the expected race discussion in media of “why only 3 percent?”
    Good for him. Demographic replacement by deliberate measure — an open border is just that — is discrimination against whites. How many of you whites have thought this through? It’s ok to be white

  77. @415 reasons

    Yep, the game is over. The United States that once existed – a 1st world, European-based, Christian country with a reasonably functioning republican government – is done. It’s baked into the pie.

    The question is no longer how we save that nation; it’s what’s coming next and how do I, my family and whites in general prepare for that society, prosper in it and maintain our people and culture.

    I’ve argued that whites need to start acting like Jews. Create a society within the overall society. Create your own communities, lobby groups, after-school programs, business groups, etc. This seems to me a possibility, unlike childish fantasies about dividing up the United States in new racially homogeneous countries.

    That being said, I see no appetite for such moves by other whites, at least not yet. I will say that I’ve noticed a major uptick in normal whites noticing that they are getting blamed for anything and everything. The constant statue and portrait take downs, the changing of school names, BLM, etc., are forcing whites to face the fact that other groups aren’t looking to become whites in dark face, that these groups want to change our society and that whites won’t be treated equally in that new society. I don’t think that most whites know how to react to these feelings, having been brainwashed for so long to never think of themselves as a group.

    Will a decent size segment of whites evers see themselves as a group and not just as a group, but a people and a people worth perserving? I don’t know. I hope so, but the actions of whites in states such as California and Texas make me think that they won’t.

    • Replies: @RonaldB
    , @Corvinus
  78. c matt says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    it is good for Democrats to say that. It is bad, though, for Stringer to say that

    Because Democrats state it as an achievement, Stringer states it as a problem.

  79. Brutusale says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Gabrielle Reece is his wife, so he’s all set on that score. A handsome couple.

    http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=13182853

    Guys who can do stuff like this take crap from nobody. Death is lurking every time you go out.

    In the movie the Tahiti clip came from, Riding Giants by former Zephyr skater/surfer Stacy Peralta, Hamilton talked about the crap he took from the natives until the day he took out the biggest bully with one punch.

    Anyone interested in big wave surfing should catch the movie, especially the part about Jeff Clark, who discovered and surfed one of the most dangerous places in the world, Mavericks, alone for 15 years.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeff_Clark_(surfer)

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
  80. Corn says:
    @415 reasons

    I’m 38 and feel like a foreigner some days.

    • Replies: @Ed
  81. Corn says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    “All those early 90s shows portrayed the surfer culture as being extremely popular with young people.

    By the early 2000s, that had changed dramatically.”

    I think by the end of the ‘90s it was apparent to flyover country how dystopic California was becoming.
    When I was a boy in the ‘80s I’d watch tv and think California was cool: surfing, rollerskating by the beach, mild winters.

    Then my uncle moved back to Illinois in ‘93 after twenty years in California, and told us how ungodly expensive everything was compared to central Illinois.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
  82. @Pat Boyle

    Well the point of school is to keep children occupied so adults can adult. Any other result, good or bad, is an accident.

    • Agree: jim jones, TomSchmidt
  83. Ed says:
    @Flip

    Boise elected a Liberian refugee mayor and is growing pretty quickly. It’ll probably be 10% non-white in a few years.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-04-19/migration-from-pacific-coast-drives-boise-wealth-gains

    • Replies: @Flip
  84. Ed says:
    @Corn

    Went to a Wal-Mart in suburban VA recently, I don’t think I heard an American accent from an adult and lots of colorful traditional outfits.

    • Replies: @stillCARealist
    , @Corn
  85. AndrewR says:
    @Dave Pinsen

    “white, blond guy”

    Kek

    What redundancy. Yes, anyone can bleach their hair but these people are properly referred to as bleached-blond. To write blond without any qualifiers implies natural blond, and natural blond – with the exception of some very dark-skinned Melanesians who are virtually nonexistent in the US – means white.

  86. Wilkey says:

    “Went to a Wal-Mart in suburban VA recently, I don’t think I heard an American accent from an adult and lots of colorful traditional outfits.”

    My cousin just graduated high school in an upper middle class area of the DC burbs. I think probably >50% of his high school class was of immigrant stock, mostly Asian. I know an elderly couple who had a home in a nice section of D.C. since the early 80s. They just moved next door to me. He’s retired military and a Vietnam vet. He said by the time he moved he was completely surrounded by immigrants – almost the only white couple in their neighborhood. He spent his life serving in our military so that America could be conquered by foreigners.

  87. @Ed

    In my WalMart it’s tattoos everywhere and an extra 80 lbs on every body. Really, sometimes you can count on one hand the number of people who aren’t obese and don’t have tattoos.

    If you’re in the commentariat here and are neither obese (I don’t mean you’re perfect) nor have a tattoo, please raise your hand. You are a small minority in modern America.

  88. @Veracitor

    This sort of thing makes me sad as well as angry. Think of the professors who worked hard to earn their places in that portrait collection.

    I agree that it is very sad. Most of those doctors and teachers no doubt contributed much to the field of medicine, real altruists helping fellow humans.

    Those new “women and minority” trainees might possibly have been inspired to work hard to earn honorable places of their own, but instead Dr. Betsy Nabel tells them not to exert themselves because there is nothing for them to gain– she and her colleagues will cast down the memorials of the even most worthy without cause or regret.

    Nabel’s motivation isn’t to tamp down idolatry in general, it’s (((tribal))) resentment against whites—particularly founding stock (#29) Americans—with an added dash of misandry, all weakly disguised as egalitarianism. No doubt Nabel and like-minded successors will unhesitatingly put up ‘diverse’ portraits as soon as possible.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  89. Same in the UK. In the 1960s, much like in the US, inner city districts initiated policies of forced bussing to insert black and brown pupils into white schools…the trigger point; when ‘immigrant’ children constituted more than 30% of the pupil body in a given school.

    As of January 2017, across state schools in England, white British kids are now under 70%.

    If anyone is going to have to do the integrating, it wont be the browns and blacks, it’ll be little Jimmy Blondhead and his sis Amy Blueeyes.

  90. @ThirdWorldSteveReader

    Really, who apart from middle class narcisist girls looks at the pictures of great men and feels baaaaaad that she is not represented there?

    There are all sorts of haters. But it takes real chutzpah as president of a major historic hospital to make it official policy to “disperse” racially and gender-wise inconvenient portraits of past department chairs.

  91. benjaminl says:
    @International Jew

    Yes, great post. Same deal with women, right?

    “Women are frail creatures and need to be protected from rough and tumble males” = bad. “Men need to shape up and behave properly, civilly and decently around women” = good.

    “Women are emotional creatures and tend to act based on that” = bad. “Men are too unemotional and ought to be more emotionally sensitive, like women” = good.

    “Women generally aren’t able to reach male peaks of achievement on their own” = bad. “We need to revisit and reevaluate our standards so that we aren’t unfairly disadvantaging women” = good.

    “Women tend to be quite good with the people skills” = good. “Men tend to be quite good with quantitative skills” = bad.

    ad nauseam

    • Replies: @snorlax
  92. @Wilkey

    Did he not notice? The US has always kept detailed racial and demographic stats, unlike some other nations.

    As early as the 1980 census, the youngest age cohorts were already down to 74% non hispanic white, a fall of 7% from just 10 years prior. On that trend it was clear, even then, it was only a matter of time until eventual racial displacement became a reality.

    Films like Escape from Precinct 13 clearly alluded to the mestizo gang takeover of California in the 1970s. Virtually every large North East/Mid West city went from being 90%+ white immediately post WW2, to minority majority by the 1980s.

    People were pre-occupied with the soviet/communist threat, i guess.

  93. RonaldB says:
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    I think your designation of “white” as a distinctive category with enough similarities to motivate separate neighborhoods and schools is too broad and not likely to motivate real action. How much similarity is there between a college-educated, urban Sanders supporter and a rural, religious Trump supporter? Almost none.

    Can urban whites of strong Italian ancestry work together with, say, Appalachian whites of Scottish ancestry? Or with urban whites of strong Polish ancestry? Can Anglicans share a cultural interest with Catholics?

    The way I see it, what you want to do is promote complete freedom-of-association. Let people choose who they want to associate, eat, or work with, assuming they can handle the property arrangements without government enforcement. You’ll probably have smaller, but stronger, enclaves containing mostly (not completely) ethnics identifying with a specific culture, background or religion.

    The real strength will come when the enclaves form associations to protect their legal and security interests. The central government of racial-identity politics will hopefully grow weaker and fade away, although this is kind of a fantasy of mine.

  94. Corn says:
    @Ed

    I was born in ‘79 so a little boy during the ‘80s. My parents and grandparents were old enough to remember life before the cultural upheaval of the 60s. Kids were much better behaved they claimed, crime was much lower, teens may sneak off to drink beer but no one in our little farming towns smoked dope let alone did meth.

    I look back on the 80s now…. fewer visible tattoos and piercings, no pink mohawks, no “I had an abortion “ tshirts. The 80s seem downright wholesome to me, and my elders thought society was going to hell in a handcart then.

    • Replies: @Anonymous Jew
    , @Amasius
  95. Pat Boyle says:
    @Anonymous

    That’s about it.

    • Replies: @TomSchmidt
  96. Dave Pinsen says: • Website
    @Brutusale

    The new monster spot is Nazaré, Portugal. Brazil’s Rodrigo Koxa surfed an 80-footer there last fall (a British surfer broke his back in the same spot).

    • Replies: @Brutusale
  97. @Wilkey

    The South Asians, Koreans and Chinese are flocking to neighborhoods in Fairfax and Loudoun. It’s interesting to see normally liberal whites, especially Jews, react to this. It was one thing when Salvadorans and other Central Americans overran working-class white neighborhoods, just the peasants getting what they deserved was their attitude. But now they’re dealing with immigrants, and they’re not too happy.

  98. @Ed

    Exactly. Trump and Sessions are fighting most Rs all Ds, Wall Street, “Education”, Hollywood, all of the media, CIA, FBI, bureaucrats at all levels, whole states (i.e. CA), billionaires, silicon valley and 50+ years of momentum. And this freakin’ anon commenter thinks Trump is a failure.

    Thank God for Jack Hanson on here. At least Tiny Duck is funny versus all of these autism town clowns.

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
  99. snorlax says:
    @benjaminl

    “Women are dressing like prostitutes nowadays” = bad. “Women’s clothing is designed to conform to male beauty standards and sexual fantasies” = good.

  100. @RonaldB

    I agree that white Americans are a very diverse group and that the various flavors of American whites don’t necessarily feel a kinship for each other. We face a much more difficult task than, say, Germans or French. And maybe it is the case that difference white groups – Appalachians, Italians, Southerns, etc. – band together rather some pan-white identity. That wouldn’t surprise me at all.

    But one thing that does form a bond is being seen as one group and being treated like shit for being part of that group. The more whites are pushed around by other groups, the more that they will feel a kinship for other whites. How far that goes is an open question.

    Regarding freedom of association, that’d be nice, but given the current situation, the government is never going to just allow it. Whites – whatever flavor – will have to fight politically to get it. And the only way that they will be inspired to fight for such an abstract idea is for that idea to be made tangible. Nobody fights for freedom of association, but they do fight for their people.

    Your idea is more of a libertarian ideal, and libertarianism always crashes against the rocky shore of tribalism.

  101. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    No doubt Nabel and like-minded successors will unhesitatingly put up ‘diverse’ portraits as soon as possible.

    They’ve already removed Shakespeare, what hope do mere locals have?

  102. Thomas says:
    @Realist

    Arizona seems to be the capital of cuckservatism (maybe after Florida): Ducey, McCain, Jeff Flake.

  103. @Corn

    I was born in 78 and agree. We will be the last generation to remember (1) a White-Anglo country and (2) an adult world without cell phones. Not sure where the latest Cultural Revolution will go (PC, White Privilege, et al) but, sadly, we may also be the last to remember a world before that sh-t.

    • Agree: Corn
  104. AndrewR says:
    @anon

    To even ask that question is to demonstrate you don’t know even basic South African history and historical demography

  105. Mokiki says:
    @Tiny Duck

    Reading comments on Unz is heavy going. Thanks for the comic relief.

  106. Dr. Doom says:

    The GOP Governor said that there is no room for this kind of racism in Today’s GOP.

    He is expected to now announce he wants to spend more time with his family and get a job that involves the phrase, “Do you want fries with that?”

  107. @Ed

    This. You would think these folks would learn from Trump. DO NOT APOLOGIZE, EVER.

  108. @Tulip

    The same as what happened to James Damore. His inexcusable crime was saying things that were simply factual, and therefore couldn’t be refuted.

  109. The apex of white privilege, at least in this hemisphere, occurred in the Confederate States of America, a country that was about 40% black.

  110. bartok says:
    @Malcolm X-Lax

    this place is indistinguishable from Mexico

    Whites have moved back to Santa Ana. Homeless, White addicts.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
  111. @ben tillman

    I hear thousands of Puerto Ricans are moving to Florida so as to get to get to vote like the Democrats and get more stuff for PR.

    Time to introduce legislation to separate us from PR NOW.

    https://www.npr.org/2018/01/13/577833657/organizing-puerto-rican-voters-in-florida

  112. @415 reasons

    Having spent my entire life in the Miami area, I’ve always felt like a foreigner in my own land. The red pill was one of my childhood vitamins. And I’m not only talking about Latin Americans – even in elementary school, I was acutely aware that blacks and Jews were not my people, either.

    Hearing Spanish all the time doesn’t bother me. It’s sonic wallpaper. I can’t miss what I’ve never had.

    Many of those who grew up in the old America and now find themselves trapped in the new America report feeling a profound sense of alienation. I’ve always felt alienated from all those around me. When I was younger, I assumed it was totally natural to regard everyone else with a vague sense of wary disdain. I was surprised to learn that anyone could feel differently.

    Of those in my social circle, a majority of those who speak English as their first language are Jewish. Most of those with whom I am on friendly terms are of the tribe. None of them are aware of my ambivalence about the nature of Jewish influence in America. Quite a few of them would be shocked to read some of the things that “Stan Adams” has said.

    One of the earliest lessons I learned as a child is that honesty is dangerous. Even at the age of five or six, I was aware that there are many truths that must never be spoken, many opinions that must never be shared. Over time, I came to understand the unpleasant reality that trust was a luxury that I would never be able to afford.

    To the extent that friendship is based on trust, I have never been able to form a solid, lasting bond with anyone. There is not a single person alive to whom I have not lied directly and repeatedly, out of (seeming) necessity. Even those with whom I am brutally, cruelly honest have been subjected to various lies of omission.

    The need to maintain a polite fiction for the sake of interracial and -ethnic harmony is but one of the ways in which diversity weakens social cohesion. It makes trust and honesty impossible. When a simple slip of the tongue can ruin your entire life, you learn to keep your true feelings to yourself. Lying becomes second nature. Over time, though, you come to resent those who force you to perform constant feats of mental gymnastics.

    The one vow I have always kept is my absolute refusal to lie to myself. More than anything else, that is what has kept me sane.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  113. Moses says:
    @Jake

    It is thoroughly Orwellian.

    …the presence of white children in schools among non-whites as pure gold, but they voice their unrelentingly faith that those white children carry the diseases related to racism that cause all those non-whites to be criminals

    Agreed. The very definition of “Doublespeak.”

    Pretty good definition from Cliffsnotes on “1984″:

    In George Orwell’s dystopian classic 1984, doublethink is the act of holding, simultaneously, two opposite, individually exclusive ideas or opinions and believing in both simultaneously and absolutely. Doublethink requires using logic against logic or suspending disbelief in the contradiction.

    The three slogans of the party — “War Is Peace; Freedom Is Slavery; Ignorance Is Strength” — are obvious examples of doublethink. The act of doublethink also occurs in more subtle details throughout the novel.

    I recently re-read “1984″ and was surprised at how common Owell’s concepts like “Doublethink” and “Crimethink” have become in our society (I say that without irony).

    Orwell’s definition of “Doublethink” straight from “1984″:

    To know and not to know, to be conscious of complete truthfulness while telling carefully constructed lies, to hold simultaneously two opinions which cancelled out, knowing them to be contradictory and believing in both of them, to use logic against logic, to repudiate morality while laying claim to it, to believe that democracy was impossible and that the Party was the guardian of democracy, to forget whatever it was necessary to forget, then to draw it back into memory again at the moment when it was needed, and then promptly to forget it again, and above all, to apply the same process to the process itself—that was the ultimate subtlety: consciously to induce unconsciousness, and then, once again, to become unconscious of the act of hypnosis you had just performed. Even to understand the word—doublethink—involved the use of doublethink.[4]

    The power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them… To tell deliberate lies while genuinely believing in them, to forget any fact that has become inconvenient, and then, when it becomes necessary again, to draw it back from oblivion for just as long as it is needed, to deny the existence of objective reality and all the while to take account of the reality which one denies—all this is indispensably necessary. Even in using the word doublethink it is necessary to exercise doublethink. For by using the word one admits that one is tampering with reality; by a fresh act of doublethink one erases this knowledge; and so on indefinitely, with the lie always one leap ahead of the truth

  114. I hope this hasn’t been said, but I haven’t read the comments yet (looking forward to that tomorrow though): What I really think is that the problem is not the logic with what Rep. Stringer said, but the possibility that he is brazen enough to have repeated this Un-PC line that came out of a bad, bad place on the internet on purpose.

    Yep, we all know you, Mr. Sailer, have written this clever and true line many times. I’m not saying that Mr. Stringer reads your stuff, but he may have, have read it 2nd hand, or have even thought of it himself, making it all the worse for the cowardly-PC Governor, R-squad leader, and CoC big-shot.

    As I can see people have written from a quick scan, the truth of the comment is sad enough. It is sadder yet that one can’t even say this sad fact.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  115. Moses says:
    @Wilkey

    After the publication of this story, Governor Doug Ducey, Arizona Republican Party Chairman Jonathan Lines, and Arizona Chamber of Commerce CEO Glenn Hamer released statements calling on Representative David Stringer to resign.

    Cucks gonna cuck.

    When AZ tips permanently blue, Cucks gonna flagellate themselves, saying “It’s our fault. We didn’t outreach enough. Hispanics are natural conservatives.”

    I understand Cucks, because (and I cringe at the thought) I used to be one.

    Political race differences are real. There’s a reason Mexico is dysfunctional Mexico — because it’s full of Mexicans.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  116. J.Ross says: • Website
    @JohnnyWalker123

    This. Notice they’re right next door to Mexico and encounter nationally under-reported problems as a result of that, they must be aware of what’s going on, but are not allowed to talk about this except in the broadest terms, and then without a value judgment.

  117. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Achmed E. Newman

    The proof that something really is a meme is that it is spontaneously thought. It cannot be plagiarism because, in the cultural moment, it is the thing to say. I do not think we can absolutely tie this representative to this web site based on this non-unique observation, even if he happens upon the same phrasing.

  118. This. Notice they’re right next door to Mexico and encounter nationally under-reported problems as a result of that, they must be aware of what’s going on, but are not allowed to talk about this except in the broadest terms, and then without a value judgment.

    They’re also not allowed to use the political process to extricate themselves from this mess.

  119. CCZ says:
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    “That got me thinking maybe it’s time that we think about respecting our past in a different way.’’

    That is exactly what they are doing in New Jersey, respecting our past in a different way, with more diversity. Independence Day has become, in New Jersey, an excuse to bring Snoop Dogg to “star” in the Jersey City 4th of July Celebration. A drug addled, drug advocating, former felon, foul mouthed “rapper” is chosen by Jersey City’s Democratic Mayor (with aspirations for higher office) to “honor” American history and celebrate our diversity.

    Mayor Steve Fulop announced that Snoop Dogg will headline the city’s fifth annual July 4th festival on the Hudson River waterfront. The all-day outdoor celebration at Exchange Place will feature food, beer gardens, music and entertainment, a fireworks spectacle presented by Grucci, and of course, a performance by the world-renown rapper. “I think the Jersey City side of Hudson River is going to be the place that people want to be for the 4th of July this year. Period,” Fulop said in a statement. “Between Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, Grucci, and Snoop, we are raising the bar.”

    http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2018/06/snoop_dogg_to_headline_jersey_citys_july_4th_extra.html

    Yes, definitely “raising the bar.”

    • Replies: @snorlax
    , @ScarletNumber
  120. j says: • Website
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Dr Betsy Nabel observed that her consumer base did not feel represented by the solemn portraits on the wall. She cannot change the population so she made the institution a bit friendlier to them, storing the offending images and putting up Spanish language signs. I am sure the situation makes your blood to boil, but what would YOU do in her place? Insult her anonymously? Resign and move to Israel?

  121. TTSSYF says:
    @Stan Adams

    I share your melancholy nostalgia. Even as long ago as 20 years, while sitting in a restaurant in Miami after working all day, one of the waitresses overheard our conversation (talking about many of the negative aspects of the city), came over to our table, and blurted out, “I know exactly what you mean! I grew up here, and it used to be beautiful! It’s horrible, what it’s become!”

    But unless you’re willing to destroy your career, lose friends, and become a social pariah, there is no choice but to hide your innermost thoughts. As you say, at least be truthful with yourself (hence, TTSSYF). Some things have definitely gotten better in our society over the years, but many things have gotten so bad that I often find myself hating the times we live in.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
  122. @Stan Adams

    There is not a single person alive to whom I have not lied directly and repeatedly, out of (seeming) necessity.

    Interesting post. As for the above, I have a few like-minded friends to whom I can say anything I want. I can’t do the same with family.

  123. L Woods says:
    @Stan Adams

    Ah, so this is why I always get crossed off the invite lists within a month of arriving at a new place.

  124. Brutusale says:
    @ThirdWorldSteveReader

    Dr Nabel is seriously lacking in the credentials to be the head of a Harvard-affiliated hospital, even if it’s not the good one, which would be Mass General.

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

    A quick perusal of her Wiki shows a lot of words like “awareness” and “collaborative”. Ducks quack like ducks.

  125. Brutusale says:
    @Corn

    Like many sporting activities, surfing became extreme. Only the very top of the surfing pyramid can ride the big waves.

  126. Brutusale says:
    @Dave Pinsen

    Yeah, that and Cortes Bank off San Diego. You have to go more than 100 miles to get to Cortes, but Nazare is way too close to land for comfort, which is why so many more surfers get ‘effed up there.

    It’s hard to measure the waves with any accuracy. Koxa supposedly set the new record at 80 feet, but a few years ago Garrett McNamara, from Pittsfield, MA of all places, allegedly rode a 90-foot wave.

    As one of the comments said, it’s had to see the wave behind his great big balls. I saw an interview with McNamara, and he always has some Super Glue on hand to glue up the constant gashes from the reefs.

  127. Wilkey says:

    “They’re also not allowed to use the political process to extricate themselves from this mess.”

    We’re constantly told that a democratic system of government exists to serve the will of the people, and to shape the country in which we live, then we’re told that immigration is inevitable and we have no right to use our democratic government to change our immigration policy. They’re coming, they have an absolute right to come, we have no right to stop them and no right to exclude those who cannot and/or will not assimilate.

    The insanity in this attitude is shocking, and it contradicts the immigration policy we practiced for the first 170 years of our existence which, though written by men who won the Revolution and men who ended slavery, is supposedly completely contrary to “what we are.”

    • Replies: @europeasant
    , @Wilkey
  128. Corvinus says:
    @415 reasons

    You mean you feel like the Last Yankee?

    https://www.granger.com/results.asp?image=0065031&screenwidth=&screenwidth=1418

    Interestingly enough, this quote “If we don’t do something about immigration very, very soon, the demographics of our country will be irrevocably changed and we will be a very different country. It will not be the country you were born into.” is eerily similar to how WASPS felt about Germans, Italians, and Poles. They were deemed invaders. Imagine that, these hearty Europeans looked at as being inferior.

    And, how can we forget the wisdom offered by Alt Right leader Vox Day, who states “As you probably know, my argument is that the Posterity for whom the Constitution is intended to defend the Blessings of Liberty consists solely of the genetic descendants of the People of the several and United States. Posterity does not include immigrants, descendants of immigrants, invaders, conquerers, tourists, students, Americans born in Portugal, or anyone else who happens to subsequently reside in the same geographic location, or share the same civic ideals, as the original We the People.”

    Are your ancestors from these places? Have you even NOTICED?

    You must go back…

    • Troll: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @Negrolphin Pool
  129. @Wilkey

    The population has to keep expanding otherwise there will be a financial crash like the world has never seen.

    I fathered three children. Then I made the mistake of having a vasectomy. I was young and foolish. I urge all European peoples to have at least three children per family.

    Say No to VASECTOMIES.

    #NOVASECTOMY

  130. Corvinus says:
    @RonaldB

    “The way I see it, what you want to do is promote complete freedom-of-association.”

    Which does not function well in a constitutional republic. We saw that occur first hand already with horrific results.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  131. Corvinus says:
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    “The United States that once existed – a 1st world, European-based, Christian country with a reasonably functioning republican government – is done. It’s baked into the pie.”

    Just because YOU think all hope is lost does not mean your statement is accurate or truthful.

    “Create a society within the overall society. Create your own communities, lobby groups, after-school programs, business groups, etc. ”

    That’s a wonderful idea. Those societies already exist. You will have no problem locating several of them, especially with the wonderful tool known as the Internet.

    “I will say that I’ve noticed a major uptick in normal whites noticing that they are getting blamed for anything and everything.”

    “Normal whites”, now what does that term even mean?

    “that these groups want to change our society and that whites won’t be treated equally in that new society.”

    No, that is nonsense. If anything, and it would be most ironic, IF whites were treated like blacks were similar to Jim Crow, then whites today can use the Civil Rights Acts in federal court to their advantage.

    “I don’t think that most whites know how to react to these feelings, having been brainwashed for so long to never think of themselves as a group.”

    OR, white people in general have made their own decisions about race and culture. In other words, they were not brainwashed, but rather used the knowledge gained and their own experiences to figure things out. IF white people have been bamboozled, what does that say about their overall intelligence level? Careful how you answer that question.

    • Replies: @Rosie
    , @ben tillman
    , @Anon
  132. @ScarletNumber

    Sadly, Matt Guitar Murphy died yesterday at 88.

  133. Travis says:

    It is certainly true we are running out of white kids, as less and less are both each year.

    Decade- White Births
    195os – 35,250,000
    1960s – 31,450,000
    1970s – 25,700,000
    1980s – 24,500,000
    1990s – 23,000,000
    2000s – 21,000,000

    In 1990 there were 55 million white Americans under the age of 20…today just 45 million whites under the age of 20.

  134. snorlax says:
    @CCZ

    Mayor Steve Fulop was also recently in the news for #StatuaryRaping a memorial to the victims of the Katyn massacre.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  135. @Corvinus

    Which does not function well in a constitutional republic. We saw that occur first hand already with horrific results.

    When there was no freedom of association, we also lacked:

    * Block-busting
    * Creeping ghettoes
    * Bakers being put out of business for refusing to design cakes
    * Grown men demanding the “right” to use the toilet stall next to little girls

    How could we possibly go back to those days? /sarc

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  136. Wilkey says:
    @Wilkey

    I was going to add…we’re told that controlling immigration is as impossible as controlling the weather, except that the Left seems to think that we actually can control the weather.

  137. Rosie says:
    @Corvinus

    IF white people have been bamboozled, what does that say about their overall intelligence level? Careful how you answer that question.

    Heads I win, tails you lose.

    There is an important lesson here about the male ego. Women are told we are easy to manipulate, and there is some truth to that. Dead baby pictures have been known to cause a moral panic among women, that’s true. Men are just as easy to manipulate, though in different ways. Here we see how this works. Anytime a White man speaks up for himself, he can be shamed into silence simply by pointing out that if he were a real man, that wouldn’t have happened. Since no man wants to acknowledge any defect in his own manly virtues, he tells himself the wrong didn’t happen and isn’t happening.

    Women do not fall for this.

    • Replies: @DFH
  138. @Malcolm X-Lax

    I live less than 2 miles from Santa Ana. I drive thru frequently. What you say is true, of course, only moreso. It IS more Mexican-y. The worst of it is that you get Mexican-style living at First-World, USA prices. What kind of bargain is that?

    If I was to go full-on Fred Reed and live on the shores of Lake Chapala, I would expect there to be trade-offs in terms of comfort and convenience…….but you’re getting all that at 1/3 the price. Santa Ana gives you the worst of both worlds.

  139. @j

    Dr Betsy Nabel observed that her consumer base did not feel represented by the solemn portraits on the wall

    No she didn’t. According to the article, nobody presented a petition to her concerning the portraits. It was all her deed ; she observed the staff looking at the pictures unimpressed and her feeeeeeeelzzz told her that this was because they didn’t feel represented. Then she went around asking confirmatory questions to the lower people (“When you look at these portraits, don’t you feel a bit excluded, Juan?” “Why, yes I do señora! Please don’t fire me!”), who predictably confirmed all she wanted to hear.

    what would YOU do in her place?

    Leave the pictures alone? Nobody was offended by them until this agitator got to be their boss.

  140. @TTSSYF

    What’s the TTSSYF acronym?

    • Replies: @Yngvar
  141. DFH says:
    @Rosie

    Men are just as easy to manipulate

    Not true. Women are far, far more conformist than men.

    • Replies: @Malcolm X-Lax
    , @Rosie
  142. Anon[151] • Disclaimer says:
    @CTD

    How could one say basically the sane thing, but in a more politic fashion?

  143. Anonymous[151] • Disclaimer says:
    @Moses

    I understand Cucks, because (and I cringe at the thought) I used to be one.

    What changed?

  144. Anonymous[151] • Disclaimer says:
    @snorlax

    (((Fulop)))?

    • Replies: @Anon
  145. @j

    Dr Betsy Nabel observed that her consumer base did not feel represented by the solemn portraits on the wall.

    Dr. Nabel’s “consumer base” is the hospital patients and their family members. Many of them are white males. You realize this is in Boston, Massachusetts, do you not?

    what would YOU do in her place? …

    What any hospital president, whatever one’s background, should do: Respect the history, traditions, and builders of the institution. The obvious choice is to leave the portraits in place and add new ones over time no matter who the next retired chairs happen to be. (There’s plenty of remaining space on the walls.) But Nabel took it upon herself to “disperse” the portraits because they offended her.

    … Resign and move to Israel?

    Yes. As I’ve long maintained: Any diaspora Jew who resents and is inclined to diminish or defame the founding stock of their host country should make aliyah at their earliest convenience.

    • Replies: @snorlax
  146. Them Guys says:
    @TTSSYF

    Equally dispiriting to me are the number of people, most of whom appear to be native whites, with tattoos covering their arms, shoulders, necks, etc., like graffiti on a railway car. It’s ugly.

    Just wait until soon white idiots that bought into how they must strive in every possible way to prove they are not a racist, embrace even more African tribal cannabalistic spear chucker ways, and start to wear a chicken bone in their nose and a larger sized ham bone in that goofy looking hair style that has what looks like tight pulled back hair with round ball of hair on very top of head.

    So far I seen one such white guy, aprox age 55 to 60 yrs old, on some TV show on cspan that was a libertarian conference meeting. Only all he had was the chicken bone in his nose.

    If I had the spare cash to work with I’d find some famous guy like Dennis Rodman and offer to pay him a fee to wear both chicken bone and ham bone. To promote my new nose and hair bone for well dressed white guys with deep desire to prove they too are not a racist.

    I bet I could sell a lot of them too.

  147. snorlax says:
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    “j” appears to be a (subtle) satirical account, in the vein of le petit canard.

    • Replies: @Jenner Ickham Errican
  148. @The preferred nomenclature is...

    Hear that Ron Unz? Give me a column and inject some testosterone into this place.

  149. Amasius says:
    @Corn

    The 80s seem downright wholesome to me,

    This may provide a quantum of solace for you:

    It does for me.

  150. Brutusale says:
    @bartok

    Is anyone else sick and tired of the pedestal they have heroin addicts on? Today’s heartwarming Father’s Day story in the Boston Herald:

    http://www.bostonherald.com/news/columnists/lindsay_kalter/2018/06/father_son_share_addiction_recovery_on_father_s_day

  151. @Pat Boyle

    This assumes that most of the content of teaching is lecture, no? We already know that that’s a broken model.

    Part of the scam of most universities is charging undergraduates the same tuition for a large lecture hall course taught by one professor and a bunch of foreign grad students, and a small seminar actually led by a professor, and graded and evaluated by him. The profits from the lecture hall classes go to pay the salaries of thousands of useless eater adminsitrators.

    You can want to see this extended to K-12.

    • Replies: @Pat Boyle
  152. Anonymous[308] • Disclaimer says:

    Immigration today represents an existential threat to the United States.

    He stated basically that immigration would destroy the country. How is that factually true?

  153. @Corvinus

    OR, white people in general have made their own decisions about race and culture. In other words, they were not brainwashed, but rather used the knowledge gained and their own experiences to figure things out. IF white people have been bamboozled, what does that say about their overall intelligence level? Careful how you answer that question.

    It says absolutely nothing about their intelligence, obviously.

    And I have no idea what that silly admonition is all about.

  154. @RonaldB

    I think your designation of “white” as a distinctive category with enough similarities to motivate separate neighborhoods and schools is too broad and not likely to motivate real action. How much similarity is there between a college-educated, urban Sanders supporter and a rural, religious Trump supporter? Almost none.

    I think the fact that our rulers consider them to be identical ought to be similarity enough from their respective perspectives.

  155. Anon[298] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    WHAT’s with THE random capitalizations and YODA-like syntax?

    Bad day at the funny farm?

  156. Yngvar says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    The Truth Shall Set You Free?

  157. Pat Boyle says:
    @TomSchmidt

    I used to teach in one of those big two story lecture halls. I had taught statistics and math courses for five semesters and I wanted to teach computer classes since my day job which had been stat research oriented had become more focused on information systems. I had been teaching at a private college but I was told I had to get experience in one of the big public junior colleges. Everyone it seems want to teach computers. After that I was assured that I could return to private colleges.

    So I ended up lecturing to a couple hundred very poorly prepared students. None of them had any technical background. A number of them didn’t speak English. How, you might ask were they expected to learn anything in an English language lecture class?

    Well they weren’t expected to learn anything. It was a flunk out class. California junior colleges have to take anyone who shows up. A free computer course with no prerequisites attracts a lot of very low quality students. So the regular faculty made everyone take this class in a giant lecture hall and I was supposed to try to get most of students to flunk out. In the one and only faculty meeting I’ve ever attended an old timer said my Intro class was to ‘protect’ his COBOL class. If I didn’t flunk out enough they would mob his classroom. They expected me to thin the herd.

    The Introduction to Computers text book started off slow. It had a lot of pictures. Only in the last couple lessons was computer math introduced. So I announced at my first class that we would go through the text backwards. I began by lecturing on decimal to hexadecimal conversion with a little octal too.

    Half the class quit the first day. I was a big success. I was doing just what the school wanted. I taught that class. I lost maybe two hundred people, and never went back. I didn’t want to teach at such a place.

    • LOL: Mr. Rational
  158. @DFH

    Go on twitter and read the responses to any media tweet about babies being “ripped from their mother’s breast” and it’s followed by a hundred comments from women who claim to be in tears. God help this country. The manipulators know that women are the weak link. They’re currently trying to manipulate Melania. If this doesn’t work, look for reports of babies being pulled off incubators.

    • Replies: @Corn
    , @Rosie
  159. Rosie says:
    @DFH

    Not true. Women are far, far more conformist than men.

    I didn’t say women weren’t more conformist than men; I said men are just as easy to manipulate as men.

  160. @snorlax

    No, he’s for real. One would think such lack of self-awareness could only be parody, but it’s quite common. English is not his first language; that may be throwing you off.

  161. Corn says:
    @Malcolm X-Lax

    I was browsing twitter and this one rabbi was damn near apoplectic because Jeff Sessions dropped a bible quote or two at a press conference. Has anyone else noticed that if a gentile politician quotes a bible verse in the public square he’s a theocrat or “grossly violating separation of church and state” but if a Jewish politician or pundit starts throwing out Torah or Old Testament quotes it’s social justice?

  162. Rosie says:
    @Malcolm X-Lax

    The manipulators know that women are the weak link.

    I don’t think we’re the weak link, but there is no doubt that the manipulators know precisely what our weaknesses are and how to exploit them.

  163. Anon[298] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    Yes, but just what is he Fulop?

  164. Corvinus says:
    @Mr. Rational

    “When there was no freedom of association, we also lacked…”

    No, those things were still around. Nice try.

  165. Flip says:
    @Ed

    I think it is that now if you count Mexicans as non-white, but they are ok in small numbers.

  166. MBlanc46 says:
    @Rod1963

    Repubs are simply Dems Lite. Tweedle Dee to the Dems Tweedle Dum. Or maybe it’s the other way round. They are not our friends. They will obstruct the preservation of the historic American nation at every opportunity.

  167. @CCZ

    Fulop was talked out of running for governor last year in favor of Phil Murphy, former ambassador to Germany. Coincidentally they were both Goldman Sachs guys.

    Fulop’s star is tarnished. Last week his candidate lost an election to be chairman of the Hudson County Democratic Organization to the daughter of the current county executive.

  168. roo_ster says:
    @Ibound1

    Africans and middle easterners are worse than the Nazis!

  169. revjen45 says:
    @Anonymous

    I was thinking it might be nice to move to AZ to escape the assault from the Left currently under way here in WA. Now you tell me I would only be getting maybe 10 years respite. Since I am 71 it’s not worth the effort of moving just to end up in the same situation. Since there aren’t as many POC available in the Pacific Northwest the Dems have to bring in hordes of bums, vagrants, junkies, drunks, and other assorted subhuman detritus as a weaponized demographic to dilute the indigenous productive White demographic.

  170. @Pat Boyle

    We’ll have to think of something else to acculturate the youth.

    I’m sure the student loan people will come up with something.

  171. @Corvinus

    Grave mistakes were made in the past. Therefore, we must continue making far graver errors in the same vein for the sake of consistency. While considering this argument, pay no attention that consistency is always the leftist mind virus’ first casualty.

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