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  1. Bubba says:

    In Chicongo, black women police officers are the most trigger happy followed by black male officers. And diversity continues its savagery with this poor Australian woman, murdered in America by a 3rd world Somali who doesn’t even understand or follow Western hygiene methods, but yet was given a badge to enforce Western laws and a gun to prey upon law abiding people. God help us.

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  2. asf says:

    I’m not sure if you wrote about this Steve, but, somewhere I read the idea that the demand for racism far exceeds the supply, so we have to keep inventing new racist incidents to keep up. Similarly, it appears that the supply of evil white perpetrators is not as great as it used to be (the diversity rhetoric is working!), so people have to be drafted into the league.

    Incidentally, if the diversity rhetoric actually works and people become less “racist,” then doesn’t that present an inherent problem to the diversity industry? It’s hard to justify a paycheck if racism is decreasing. And I’ve never heard of a cushy gig that actively tried to eliminate it’s own role.

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    • Replies: @Broski
    Sounds like something Steve has said.
    , @TheJester
    In the military, we used to all these gigs "self-licking ice cream cones" ... institutions, sinecures, social causes other forms of corruption in which organizations seek to perpetuate their existence for the sake of perpetuating their existence.

    You're right. Few organizations shut down because they have fulfilled their missions in life. That requires outside intervention. By hook or crook, the natural dynamic is for organizations and causes to try to finesse a life extension for the sake of having a life extension. This includes the entire victimization industry that now includes up to 85% of the population having a protected status and a range of lucrative gibsmedats and affirmative action handouts based on intersectional oppression on the part the few cisgendered White males left to carry the Mark of Cain and the burden of civilization.

    As one acquaintance told me years ago with respect to his welfare scam (working for cash and buying up houses while living on welfare), "The fruit is just too easy to pick ...."

    BTW: I contacted the welfare authorities who related that what this person was doing was legal so they would not intervene ... since they only accounted "official" income. I guess this is the outcome when individuals and organizations mutually support their life extensions for no meaningful social purpose whatsoever.

    How long can this last ... a society that has turned into one gigantic "self-licking ice cream cone"?
    , @A Chigoor
    Steve has written a lot about the subject, as have Gavin McInnis and Jim Goad at Taki's (recommended)
  3. Calogero says:

    What about that half Asian mass shooter who went on a rampage in California targeting blonde women but was depicted in the media as another white killer?

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  4. Broski says:
    @asf
    I'm not sure if you wrote about this Steve, but, somewhere I read the idea that the demand for racism far exceeds the supply, so we have to keep inventing new racist incidents to keep up. Similarly, it appears that the supply of evil white perpetrators is not as great as it used to be (the diversity rhetoric is working!), so people have to be drafted into the league.

    Incidentally, if the diversity rhetoric actually works and people become less "racist," then doesn't that present an inherent problem to the diversity industry? It's hard to justify a paycheck if racism is decreasing. And I've never heard of a cushy gig that actively tried to eliminate it's own role.

    Sounds like something Steve has said.

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  5. guest says:

    Wasn’t Bill Clinton an honorary POC? (First black president, 16 years before the first post-racial president.)

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    • Replies: @syonredux

    Wasn’t Bill Clinton an honorary POC? (First black president, 16 years before the first post-racial president.)
     
    That sublime honor has been revoked. SJWs have turned on Clinton for his "mass incarceration of people with Black Bodies" policy.
    , @MEH 0910
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Kerry_presidential_campaign,_2004#Social_issues

    Kerry also remarked on Bill Clinton's close relationship with African Americans: "President Clinton was often known as the first black president. I wouldn't be upset if I could earn the right to be the second." Kerry's remark was not well received by some blacks.[11]
     
  6. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    Hamilton was chosen as the Founder to be appropriated by the non-white left through a process of elimination:

    Ugly Founding Fathers OUT
    Short/Fat Founding Fathers OUT
    Nerdy Founding Fathers OUT

    This leaves Jefferson or Hamilton. Both handsome and popular with ladies. But TJ was a huge slave owner.

    So Hamilton wins through elimination and Hamilton’s inconvenient aristocratic politics are simply downplayed or retconned.

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    • Replies: @guest
    I don't think handsomeness counts, since it's not like they want you looking at his actual image, which is distressingly white.

    Anyway, you forgot the more obvious traits making for exemplary non-whiteness:

    ·Was an immigrant.

    ·Not just an immigrant, but an immigrant from the Caribbean.

    ·Was literally a bastard.

    ·Was an orphan.

    ·Worked his way up, rags to riches style.

    ·Climbed the ladder through violence (or organizing other people's violence in the army, but still).

    ·Were rumors his mommy was of mixed race.

    ·Interested in money, y'all.

    ·Gave two of his sons the same name.

    ·Rumored to have had affairs.

    ·Died from gunplay because of a "beef" with a rival.

    , @res
    How has Hamilton managed to avoid criticism for this? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Hamilton_and_slavery#Hamilton_as_slave_owner
    , @Olorin
    Jefferson wrote an eff-ton of massively complicated, high-IQ-informed, classically grounded, super high concept stuff.

    Ain't no way the left gonna 'propriate that, homes.

    For starters, somebody would have to do a lot of reading.
    , @Hibernian
    Hamilton owned slaves as part of his mercantile activities. Establishment leftists love him for centralizing banking. The notion that he was African American, because he was born out of wedlock, in the West Indies, to a poor mother and a rich father, never dies.
  7. Boudicca says:

    Perhaps my favorite Somali strings:

    “Toronto holds onto its shameful title: Child poverty capital of Canada…Single parent Hawo Ali, 53…came to Canada from Somalia in 1992 with five children, had six more kids with her husband after she arrived. But in 1999 her husband left and a year later a workplace injury forced her to quit her job as a cleaner.” (Toronto Star).

    Also:

    “But on the street he was known as Muhambla, a Somalian refugee who had recently arrived in Vancouver from Edmonton, and was homeless. The two men he stabbed were also Somalian refugees; one may be his cousin. They apparently got into an argument over a bicycle, an argument that turned violent when Muhambla pulled out a knife and slashed his cousin in the side. He slashed another man in the head before police arrived and blasted him with several beanbag shells from a shotgun. He was knocked down, but got up and knifed a woman before police switched to real bullets and killed him.”

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  8. gwood says:

    It’s really depressing that someone named Jeronimo was apparently a coward.

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  9. syonredux says:
    @guest
    Wasn't Bill Clinton an honorary POC? (First black president, 16 years before the first post-racial president.)

    Wasn’t Bill Clinton an honorary POC? (First black president, 16 years before the first post-racial president.)

    That sublime honor has been revoked. SJWs have turned on Clinton for his “mass incarceration of people with Black Bodies” policy.

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    • Replies: @guest
    The Crack Gap did get a bizarre amount of publicity. But even Barack the Magic Negro couldn't clog up the School to Prison Pipeline. (Ever notice, by the way, that the middle of the pipe consists of them committing crimes? If they dropped that part, the pipe would dissolve into nothingness.)

    Does Bill still possess his Rape Pass, or did he have turn it in when he failed to carry wifey into office, losing to actual sexual assaultist Donald "pussygrab" Trump?
  10. guest says:
    @Anonymous
    Hamilton was chosen as the Founder to be appropriated by the non-white left through a process of elimination:

    Ugly Founding Fathers OUT
    Short/Fat Founding Fathers OUT
    Nerdy Founding Fathers OUT

    This leaves Jefferson or Hamilton. Both handsome and popular with ladies. But TJ was a huge slave owner.

    So Hamilton wins through elimination and Hamilton's inconvenient aristocratic politics are simply downplayed or retconned.

    I don’t think handsomeness counts, since it’s not like they want you looking at his actual image, which is distressingly white.

    Anyway, you forgot the more obvious traits making for exemplary non-whiteness:

    ·Was an immigrant.

    ·Not just an immigrant, but an immigrant from the Caribbean.

    ·Was literally a bastard.

    ·Was an orphan.

    ·Worked his way up, rags to riches style.

    ·Climbed the ladder through violence (or organizing other people’s violence in the army, but still).

    ·Were rumors his mommy was of mixed race.

    ·Interested in money, y’all.

    ·Gave two of his sons the same name.

    ·Rumored to have had affairs.

    ·Died from gunplay because of a “beef” with a rival.

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    • Replies: @tyrone
    And he was a lousy shot!
    , @Alden
    Jewish mother. The reason the liberals love him is that he managed to put the burden of paying the 13 billion we borrowed from France for the revolution on the deplorable frontier men and women through the Whiskey Tax.
  11. guest says:
    @syonredux

    Wasn’t Bill Clinton an honorary POC? (First black president, 16 years before the first post-racial president.)
     
    That sublime honor has been revoked. SJWs have turned on Clinton for his "mass incarceration of people with Black Bodies" policy.

    The Crack Gap did get a bizarre amount of publicity. But even Barack the Magic Negro couldn’t clog up the School to Prison Pipeline. (Ever notice, by the way, that the middle of the pipe consists of them committing crimes? If they dropped that part, the pipe would dissolve into nothingness.)

    Does Bill still possess his Rape Pass, or did he have turn it in when he failed to carry wifey into office, losing to actual sexual assaultist Donald “pussygrab” Trump?

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  12. vinteuil says:

    The dog that hasn’t yet barked, here, is Noor’s partner.

    Why do we still not know his name?

    When will he learn *his* account of events?

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    • Replies: @Negrolphin Pool
    Good question. Is he another O-ring on this space flight?
    , @MEH 0910
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/minn-shot-woman-call-previously-celebrated-article-1.3334772

    Noor and his partner, identified as Matthew Harrity, hadn’t turned on their body cameras, according to reports, and have since been put on administrative leave.
     
    , @peterike

    The dog that hasn’t yet barked, here, is Noor’s partner.

    Why do we still not know his name?

    When will he learn *his* account of events?
     
    As others posted, we have the name. To me the really weird part is they can't find the gun! What the hell did he do, throw his service revolver out the window? Seems like there's an awful lot that is not being told about this sorry event.
    , @Alden
    Today's NY Post reported some information from the State Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Drivers name is Harrity. Victim was standing by his door and they were talking. Harrity was stunned when Noor reached across him and shot her several times.

    She was in plain sight, was not holding anything that could be construed as a weapon and speaking with the driver. Some neighbors had come out because of the police car lights.

    Affirmative action in action.

    The Mayor is still yammering about the body cams not turned on. She probably wants to make both officers equally responsible because of the body cam issue.
  13. @vinteuil
    The dog that hasn't yet barked, here, is Noor's partner.

    Why do we still not know his name?

    When will he learn *his* account of events?

    Good question. Is he another O-ring on this space flight?

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  14. tyrone says:
    @guest
    I don't think handsomeness counts, since it's not like they want you looking at his actual image, which is distressingly white.

    Anyway, you forgot the more obvious traits making for exemplary non-whiteness:

    ·Was an immigrant.

    ·Not just an immigrant, but an immigrant from the Caribbean.

    ·Was literally a bastard.

    ·Was an orphan.

    ·Worked his way up, rags to riches style.

    ·Climbed the ladder through violence (or organizing other people's violence in the army, but still).

    ·Were rumors his mommy was of mixed race.

    ·Interested in money, y'all.

    ·Gave two of his sons the same name.

    ·Rumored to have had affairs.

    ·Died from gunplay because of a "beef" with a rival.

    And he was a lousy shot!

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  15. MEH 0910 says:
    @guest
    Wasn't Bill Clinton an honorary POC? (First black president, 16 years before the first post-racial president.)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Kerry_presidential_campaign,_2004#Social_issues

    Kerry also remarked on Bill Clinton’s close relationship with African Americans: “President Clinton was often known as the first black president. I wouldn’t be upset if I could earn the right to be the second.” Kerry’s remark was not well received by some blacks.[11]

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  16. MEH 0910 says:
    @vinteuil
    The dog that hasn't yet barked, here, is Noor's partner.

    Why do we still not know his name?

    When will he learn *his* account of events?

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/minn-shot-woman-call-previously-celebrated-article-1.3334772

    Noor and his partner, identified as Matthew Harrity, hadn’t turned on their body cameras, according to reports, and have since been put on administrative leave.

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    • Replies: @Anon
    Why do we need bodycam footage? They were sitting in their squad car. Don't they all have video on all the time? It may not capture video of the shooting but the audio should be interesting.
  17. peterike says:
    @vinteuil
    The dog that hasn't yet barked, here, is Noor's partner.

    Why do we still not know his name?

    When will he learn *his* account of events?

    The dog that hasn’t yet barked, here, is Noor’s partner.

    Why do we still not know his name?

    When will he learn *his* account of events?

    As others posted, we have the name. To me the really weird part is they can’t find the gun! What the hell did he do, throw his service revolver out the window? Seems like there’s an awful lot that is not being told about this sorry event.

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    • Replies: @JohnnyGeo
    I think the quotes about "no weapon was found at the scene" are referring to a possible suspect's weapon; i.e. Noor could not have seen a weapon before he shot. They are not talking about Noor's service weapon.
  18. South Florida is on its third generation of Cuban cops and its second generation of Haitian cops, they’re well-entrenched as commanders and Chiefs.

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    • Replies: @Njguy73
    Tom Wolfe's 2012 novel Back To Blood is about "Nestor Camacho, an overbuilt, well-meaning Cuban-American cop" who "achieves instant local fame when he climbs the 70-foot mast of a schooner in Biscayne Bay to rescue, and arrest, a small, shadowy man seeking asylum from Castro’s regime. But the athletic bravery that makes him a hero on the pages of The Miami Herald turns Nestor into a pariah within his own Cuban-American enclave of Hialeah."

    And then our hero is shown "arresting a 6-foot-5, 275-pound accused drug dealer who was in the process of choking a brother officer to death — and then getting suspended from the force when a YouTube video of the incident, containing his partner’s nasty racial abuse of the suspect."

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/28/books/review/back-to-blood-by-tom-wolfe.html
  19. JohnnyGeo says:
    @peterike

    The dog that hasn’t yet barked, here, is Noor’s partner.

    Why do we still not know his name?

    When will he learn *his* account of events?
     
    As others posted, we have the name. To me the really weird part is they can't find the gun! What the hell did he do, throw his service revolver out the window? Seems like there's an awful lot that is not being told about this sorry event.

    I think the quotes about “no weapon was found at the scene” are referring to a possible suspect’s weapon; i.e. Noor could not have seen a weapon before he shot. They are not talking about Noor’s service weapon.

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  20. J1234 says:

    Minneapolis shooting update:

    So far, no internet selfies of Justine Damond flashing gang signs or pointing guns at the camera have surfaced.

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  21. Nico says:

    OT: did you catch this? Top UK university replaces portraits of bearded white scholars with ethnic minorities and women

    I can’t figure out what will save us if the up and coming generation is Antifa’d by default. Hell, students don’t even wait to get into college to be SJWs.

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  22. ic1000 says:

    I heard NPR’s on-the-hour news earlier this afternoon, and they devoted a good deal of time to the key elements of the story: reckless police gunplay, anguished fiance, cops usually target people of color, mystery of the bodycams. No mention of the shooter-cop’s name. Although they didn’t note that he was white, which I guess counts as full disclosure.

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  23. Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @MEH 0910
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/minn-shot-woman-call-previously-celebrated-article-1.3334772

    Noor and his partner, identified as Matthew Harrity, hadn’t turned on their body cameras, according to reports, and have since been put on administrative leave.
     

    Why do we need bodycam footage? They were sitting in their squad car. Don’t they all have video on all the time? It may not capture video of the shooting but the audio should be interesting.

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    • Replies: @Alden
    Body cam footage would only film what was in front of them, not someone standing by the door sideways to the cams.

    I can't wait to hear what the partner says.
  24. I tell my foreign-born wife to minimise contact with American police, to answer their questions with the shortest truthful answer as possible or not at all. This story cements the fact of that wisdom.

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    • Replies: @Dee
    I tell my foreign-born wife to minimise contact with American police, to answer their questions with the shortest truthful answer as possible or not at all. This story cements the fact of that wisdom.

    That's good advice to EVERYBODY! The less police contact you have, the better.

    I live on a hill with a couple of other homes nearby. I'm getting to the point to axe them to not call the cops if they hear or see something on my property; call me first. Then, if I don't answer, get the other neighbor and have a look.

    They know what I look like, I've been here for decades, so they know what kind of peep I am.

    Deputy Fife comes up here, gun drawn, and shoots first, axe questions later....I'm assuming room temperature....

    I wonder what kind of gun and ammo he shot her with? Being of the Gun Culture, that's the first question we all have...then we work into the how and whys.

    Probably 9mm hollow point out of a Glock or S&W. 10 or 15 years ago, you needed a 10mm cartridge. But the ammo makers have done so much development work, 9mm is just as effective.
    , @Judah Benjamin Hur
    This story is incredibly upsetting and infuriating, but it needs to be a lesson for good people. Calling the police if you hear a stranger getting hurt is the right thing to do. Leaving your house to deal with the issue is dangerous.

    I hope we find out exactly what happened and at least the Australian press won't let go of this until we have all the answers.
  25. Alexander Hamilton was the vibrant hip-hop person of color who saved the world by bailing out Goldman Sachs.

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  26. res says:
    @Anonymous
    Hamilton was chosen as the Founder to be appropriated by the non-white left through a process of elimination:

    Ugly Founding Fathers OUT
    Short/Fat Founding Fathers OUT
    Nerdy Founding Fathers OUT

    This leaves Jefferson or Hamilton. Both handsome and popular with ladies. But TJ was a huge slave owner.

    So Hamilton wins through elimination and Hamilton's inconvenient aristocratic politics are simply downplayed or retconned.
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    • Replies: @guest
    He lived in New York, and it's too confusing for normal people to bear in mind that slavery existed outside of the South.

    Plus, he didn't have a plantation, so he couldn't have kept many at a time. You can't make a Black Holocaust film like 12 Years a Slave out of Hamilton's two maids.

    This would be good material if you were looking to sink someone. Say, for instance, if you wanted to rob Lincoln of all credit for freeing the slaves--which many would, you could say, "Ah, look, he owned someone at some point, therefore he didn't really care." If, however, your object is the opposite--namely to pick someone out of the pack and raise him up as a distorted symbol of...something, then it's small potatoes.

    That being said, they can crush him anytime they want. Anytime he stops being useful. With or without slavery.

  27. Olorin says:
    @Anonymous
    Hamilton was chosen as the Founder to be appropriated by the non-white left through a process of elimination:

    Ugly Founding Fathers OUT
    Short/Fat Founding Fathers OUT
    Nerdy Founding Fathers OUT

    This leaves Jefferson or Hamilton. Both handsome and popular with ladies. But TJ was a huge slave owner.

    So Hamilton wins through elimination and Hamilton's inconvenient aristocratic politics are simply downplayed or retconned.

    Jefferson wrote an eff-ton of massively complicated, high-IQ-informed, classically grounded, super high concept stuff.

    Ain’t no way the left gonna ‘propriate that, homes.

    For starters, somebody would have to do a lot of reading.

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    • Replies: @It's All Ball Bearings
    "For starters, somebody would have to do a lot of reading."

    Did they read the Federalist Papers before lionizing Hamilton? his plan for establishing public credit? "Ain't no way..."
  28. Njguy73 says:
    @E. Rekshun
    South Florida is on its third generation of Cuban cops and its second generation of Haitian cops, they're well-entrenched as commanders and Chiefs.

    Tom Wolfe’s 2012 novel Back To Blood is about “Nestor Camacho, an overbuilt, well-meaning Cuban-American cop” who “achieves instant local fame when he climbs the 70-foot mast of a schooner in Biscayne Bay to rescue, and arrest, a small, shadowy man seeking asylum from Castro’s regime. But the athletic bravery that makes him a hero on the pages of The Miami Herald turns Nestor into a pariah within his own Cuban-American enclave of Hialeah.”

    And then our hero is shown “arresting a 6-foot-5, 275-pound accused drug dealer who was in the process of choking a brother officer to death — and then getting suspended from the force when a YouTube video of the incident, containing his partner’s nasty racial abuse of the suspect.”

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/28/books/review/back-to-blood-by-tom-wolfe.html

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  29. Olorin says:

    According to Reddit, here’s the Lutheran college that gave this Huddled Mass his degree, which we presume rocketed him to the front of the line for PD slots:

    Augsburg College | Minneapolis, MN
    http://www.augsburg.edu/
    Set in a vibrant neighborhood at the heart of the Twin Cities, Augsburg offers undergraduate and graduate degrees to students of diverse backgrounds.

    https://www.mnprivatecolleges.org/our-colleges/augsburg-college#overview

    http://www.augsburg.edu/about/history/

    Oh for gods’ bleeding sake, what’s with the bow-ties lately?

    http://www.augsburg.edu/about/leadership/

    Wonder whether a Lutheran VOLAG brought him into the US and how much money they made on the deal?

    By the way, why would Somalis need Somalis on the police force, if they weren’t giant troublemakers to begin with? If they’re troublemakers, why are we letting Lutherans and others bring them in?

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  30. TheJester says:
    @asf
    I'm not sure if you wrote about this Steve, but, somewhere I read the idea that the demand for racism far exceeds the supply, so we have to keep inventing new racist incidents to keep up. Similarly, it appears that the supply of evil white perpetrators is not as great as it used to be (the diversity rhetoric is working!), so people have to be drafted into the league.

    Incidentally, if the diversity rhetoric actually works and people become less "racist," then doesn't that present an inherent problem to the diversity industry? It's hard to justify a paycheck if racism is decreasing. And I've never heard of a cushy gig that actively tried to eliminate it's own role.

    In the military, we used to all these gigs “self-licking ice cream cones” … institutions, sinecures, social causes other forms of corruption in which organizations seek to perpetuate their existence for the sake of perpetuating their existence.

    You’re right. Few organizations shut down because they have fulfilled their missions in life. That requires outside intervention. By hook or crook, the natural dynamic is for organizations and causes to try to finesse a life extension for the sake of having a life extension. This includes the entire victimization industry that now includes up to 85% of the population having a protected status and a range of lucrative gibsmedats and affirmative action handouts based on intersectional oppression on the part the few cisgendered White males left to carry the Mark of Cain and the burden of civilization.

    As one acquaintance told me years ago with respect to his welfare scam (working for cash and buying up houses while living on welfare), “The fruit is just too easy to pick ….”

    BTW: I contacted the welfare authorities who related that what this person was doing was legal so they would not intervene … since they only accounted “official” income. I guess this is the outcome when individuals and organizations mutually support their life extensions for no meaningful social purpose whatsoever.

    How long can this last … a society that has turned into one gigantic “self-licking ice cream cone”?

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    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
    That's very easy. With the same weary inevitability and depressing finality as a church graveyard for us all, it eventually licks itself away to nothing - and all those relying on it for their life sustenance get the Darwin Award by default. Only the precise timescale is in debate.
  31. Alden says:
    @Anon
    Why do we need bodycam footage? They were sitting in their squad car. Don't they all have video on all the time? It may not capture video of the shooting but the audio should be interesting.

    Body cam footage would only film what was in front of them, not someone standing by the door sideways to the cams.

    I can’t wait to hear what the partner says.

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  32. Alden says:
    @guest
    I don't think handsomeness counts, since it's not like they want you looking at his actual image, which is distressingly white.

    Anyway, you forgot the more obvious traits making for exemplary non-whiteness:

    ·Was an immigrant.

    ·Not just an immigrant, but an immigrant from the Caribbean.

    ·Was literally a bastard.

    ·Was an orphan.

    ·Worked his way up, rags to riches style.

    ·Climbed the ladder through violence (or organizing other people's violence in the army, but still).

    ·Were rumors his mommy was of mixed race.

    ·Interested in money, y'all.

    ·Gave two of his sons the same name.

    ·Rumored to have had affairs.

    ·Died from gunplay because of a "beef" with a rival.

    Jewish mother. The reason the liberals love him is that he managed to put the burden of paying the 13 billion we borrowed from France for the revolution on the deplorable frontier men and women through the Whiskey Tax.

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  33. Dee says:
    @The Alarmist
    I tell my foreign-born wife to minimise contact with American police, to answer their questions with the shortest truthful answer as possible or not at all. This story cements the fact of that wisdom.

    I tell my foreign-born wife to minimise contact with American police, to answer their questions with the shortest truthful answer as possible or not at all. This story cements the fact of that wisdom.

    That’s good advice to EVERYBODY! The less police contact you have, the better.

    I live on a hill with a couple of other homes nearby. I’m getting to the point to axe them to not call the cops if they hear or see something on my property; call me first. Then, if I don’t answer, get the other neighbor and have a look.

    They know what I look like, I’ve been here for decades, so they know what kind of peep I am.

    Deputy Fife comes up here, gun drawn, and shoots first, axe questions later….I’m assuming room temperature….

    I wonder what kind of gun and ammo he shot her with? Being of the Gun Culture, that’s the first question we all have…then we work into the how and whys.

    Probably 9mm hollow point out of a Glock or S&W. 10 or 15 years ago, you needed a 10mm cartridge. But the ammo makers have done so much development work, 9mm is just as effective.

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  34. BB753 says:
    @Olorin
    According to Reddit, here's the Lutheran college that gave this Huddled Mass his degree, which we presume rocketed him to the front of the line for PD slots:

    Augsburg College | Minneapolis, MN
    www.augsburg.edu/
    Set in a vibrant neighborhood at the heart of the Twin Cities, Augsburg offers undergraduate and graduate degrees to students of diverse backgrounds.
     
    https://www.mnprivatecolleges.org/our-colleges/augsburg-college#overview

    http://www.augsburg.edu/about/history/

    Oh for gods' bleeding sake, what's with the bow-ties lately?

    http://www.augsburg.edu/about/leadership/

    Wonder whether a Lutheran VOLAG brought him into the US and how much money they made on the deal?

    By the way, why would Somalis need Somalis on the police force, if they weren't giant troublemakers to begin with? If they're troublemakers, why are we letting Lutherans and others bring them in?

    Martin Luther must be spinning in his grave!

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    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    Do you mean the Reformation cleric of the 16th century, or that other guy?
  35. guest says:
    @res
    How has Hamilton managed to avoid criticism for this? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Hamilton_and_slavery#Hamilton_as_slave_owner

    He lived in New York, and it’s too confusing for normal people to bear in mind that slavery existed outside of the South.

    Plus, he didn’t have a plantation, so he couldn’t have kept many at a time. You can’t make a Black Holocaust film like 12 Years a Slave out of Hamilton’s two maids.

    This would be good material if you were looking to sink someone. Say, for instance, if you wanted to rob Lincoln of all credit for freeing the slaves–which many would, you could say, “Ah, look, he owned someone at some point, therefore he didn’t really care.” If, however, your object is the opposite–namely to pick someone out of the pack and raise him up as a distorted symbol of…something, then it’s small potatoes.

    That being said, they can crush him anytime they want. Anytime he stops being useful. With or without slavery.

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    • Replies: @It's All Ball Bearings
    "He lived in New York, and it’s too confusing for normal people to bear in mind that slavery existed outside of the South."

    Wall Street was a great benefactor of the peculiar institution. Mayor Wood and Tammany Hall tried to push for secession of NYC from the Union in 1861. Even if slave numbers were low in NY, they greatly profited from the practice. You are right, the purveyors of the Narrative will probably change the story of Hamilton in another decade or two. Then it will be time to replace Alex on the $10...
  36. Guest – Dude you are fu-king funny !! Seriously . Just don’t forget it’s ” beef ” not ” a beef ” . That’s more Sixties radical lingo not ghetto LOL

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  37. @TheJester
    In the military, we used to all these gigs "self-licking ice cream cones" ... institutions, sinecures, social causes other forms of corruption in which organizations seek to perpetuate their existence for the sake of perpetuating their existence.

    You're right. Few organizations shut down because they have fulfilled their missions in life. That requires outside intervention. By hook or crook, the natural dynamic is for organizations and causes to try to finesse a life extension for the sake of having a life extension. This includes the entire victimization industry that now includes up to 85% of the population having a protected status and a range of lucrative gibsmedats and affirmative action handouts based on intersectional oppression on the part the few cisgendered White males left to carry the Mark of Cain and the burden of civilization.

    As one acquaintance told me years ago with respect to his welfare scam (working for cash and buying up houses while living on welfare), "The fruit is just too easy to pick ...."

    BTW: I contacted the welfare authorities who related that what this person was doing was legal so they would not intervene ... since they only accounted "official" income. I guess this is the outcome when individuals and organizations mutually support their life extensions for no meaningful social purpose whatsoever.

    How long can this last ... a society that has turned into one gigantic "self-licking ice cream cone"?

    That’s very easy. With the same weary inevitability and depressing finality as a church graveyard for us all, it eventually licks itself away to nothing – and all those relying on it for their life sustenance get the Darwin Award by default. Only the precise timescale is in debate.

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  38. @The Alarmist
    I tell my foreign-born wife to minimise contact with American police, to answer their questions with the shortest truthful answer as possible or not at all. This story cements the fact of that wisdom.

    This story is incredibly upsetting and infuriating, but it needs to be a lesson for good people. Calling the police if you hear a stranger getting hurt is the right thing to do. Leaving your house to deal with the issue is dangerous.

    I hope we find out exactly what happened and at least the Australian press won’t let go of this until we have all the answers.

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  39. Steve Sailer has a great sense of humor and the Alexander Hamilton stuff is hilarious, but I still think it’s actually a really good thing that blacks can identify with a founder. I totally understand that they can never feel comfortable with a slaveholder as a hero.

    But no love for the Adams family??

    “I have, through my whole life, held the practice of slavery in such abhorrence, that I have never owned a negro or any other slave, though I have lived for many years in times, when the practice was not disgraceful, when the best men in my vicinity thought it not inconsistent with their character, and when it has cost me thousands of dollars for the labor and subsistence of free men, which I might have saved by the purchase of negroes at times when they were very cheap.”

    -John Adams

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Adams#cite_note-RJEvans-111

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  40. Hibernian says:
    @Anonymous
    Hamilton was chosen as the Founder to be appropriated by the non-white left through a process of elimination:

    Ugly Founding Fathers OUT
    Short/Fat Founding Fathers OUT
    Nerdy Founding Fathers OUT

    This leaves Jefferson or Hamilton. Both handsome and popular with ladies. But TJ was a huge slave owner.

    So Hamilton wins through elimination and Hamilton's inconvenient aristocratic politics are simply downplayed or retconned.

    Hamilton owned slaves as part of his mercantile activities. Establishment leftists love him for centralizing banking. The notion that he was African American, because he was born out of wedlock, in the West Indies, to a poor mother and a rich father, never dies.

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    • Replies: @A C
    I'm actually shocked cultural-Marxist Wikipedia doesn't try to push the revisionist myth that Hamilton's mother was mixed race, calling the speculation "though persistent, is not substantiated by verifiable evidence". That probably won't stay up there much longer. But it is rather surprising.
  41. anonymous says: • Website • Disclaimer

    From Mogadishapolis Star Tribune:

    The responding officers had not been on the force long. Harrity had been hired a year ago; Noor two years prior. They drove through the alley between Washburn and Xerxes avenues S., toward 51st Street West, with the squad lights turned off. As they reached the street, “Harrity indicated that he was startled by a loud sound near the squad,” according to the preliminary BCA investigation.

    So it was all just a misunderstanding. Nothing to see here, move along.

    Oh, Officer Noor has so far refused to give a statement but that’s just a detail.

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  42. @Olorin
    Jefferson wrote an eff-ton of massively complicated, high-IQ-informed, classically grounded, super high concept stuff.

    Ain't no way the left gonna 'propriate that, homes.

    For starters, somebody would have to do a lot of reading.

    “For starters, somebody would have to do a lot of reading.”

    Did they read the Federalist Papers before lionizing Hamilton? his plan for establishing public credit? “Ain’t no way…”

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  43. @guest
    He lived in New York, and it's too confusing for normal people to bear in mind that slavery existed outside of the South.

    Plus, he didn't have a plantation, so he couldn't have kept many at a time. You can't make a Black Holocaust film like 12 Years a Slave out of Hamilton's two maids.

    This would be good material if you were looking to sink someone. Say, for instance, if you wanted to rob Lincoln of all credit for freeing the slaves--which many would, you could say, "Ah, look, he owned someone at some point, therefore he didn't really care." If, however, your object is the opposite--namely to pick someone out of the pack and raise him up as a distorted symbol of...something, then it's small potatoes.

    That being said, they can crush him anytime they want. Anytime he stops being useful. With or without slavery.

    “He lived in New York, and it’s too confusing for normal people to bear in mind that slavery existed outside of the South.”

    Wall Street was a great benefactor of the peculiar institution. Mayor Wood and Tammany Hall tried to push for secession of NYC from the Union in 1861. Even if slave numbers were low in NY, they greatly profited from the practice. You are right, the purveyors of the Narrative will probably change the story of Hamilton in another decade or two. Then it will be time to replace Alex on the $10…

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  44. Anyone else notice how all the headlines are “An Australian woman in Minnesota…” and the like? It’s never, of course, “A Somali police officer in Minnesota” or “an Afghan man in Orlando” and it is never, ever, “Allan Shatter, the Jewish Minister for Justice & Equality” and certainly not “an illegal alien from Mexico living in California….”

    In all these other matters, we have “a police officer in Minnesota” (or, more likely, the maddeningly stupid noun-as-adjective “a Minnesota police officer” – never even “a Minnesotan police officer, mind you…); “a Florida man;” “Ireland’s Minister for Justice & Equality;” and “a California man.”

    Minnesota’s magical soil has no power over Australian women, with their privilege and agency, but it makes an American out of an African (the poor, dear, creature) in the twinkling of an eye.

    Always pay attention to the way they use language, to the evil spells they weave with it.

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  45. MEH 0910 says:

    Woman shot after Minneapolis officers heard loud sound, officials say

    MINNEAPOLIS — An Australian woman who called 911 to report a possible assault was shot and killed by a Minneapolis police officer after the officers heard a loud sound near their squad car, according to information released Tuesday by Minnesota investigators.

    The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) said Justine Damond, 40, whose maiden name is Justine Ruszczyk, approached the driver’s side window of the squad car immediately after the driver had been startled by the sound. The officer in the passenger seat, Mohamed Noor, fired his weapon, hitting Damond through the open driver’s side window, the BCA said.

    The BCA said its information was based on an interview with the officer driving the car, Officer Matthew Harrity. Harrity was interviewed Tuesday, but Noor declined to be interviewed. The BCA said his attorney did not indicate when, or if, Noor would talk to investigators, and under the law an interview can’t be compelled.

    The information released Tuesday is the first narrative by the BCA since Saturday night’s shooting. According to the BCA, Harrity told investigators that he and Noor responded to a 911 call from Damond about a possible assault near her home at about 11:30 p.m. Saturday.

    Harrity was driving the squad car as the officers went through an alley to look for a suspect. The squad lights were off.

    Harrity told agents he was startled by a loud sound near the cruiser, and immediately afterward, Damond approached the driver’s side window. Harrity told agents that Noor fired his weapon through the open driver’s side window.

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  46. Alden says:
    @vinteuil
    The dog that hasn't yet barked, here, is Noor's partner.

    Why do we still not know his name?

    When will he learn *his* account of events?

    Today’s NY Post reported some information from the State Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Drivers name is Harrity. Victim was standing by his door and they were talking. Harrity was stunned when Noor reached across him and shot her several times.

    She was in plain sight, was not holding anything that could be construed as a weapon and speaking with the driver. Some neighbors had come out because of the police car lights.

    Affirmative action in action.

    The Mayor is still yammering about the body cams not turned on. She probably wants to make both officers equally responsible because of the body cam issue.

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    • Replies: @vinteuil
    Alden - many thanks. This NY Post report is interestingly different from the one MEH 0910 quotes, just above. In one story, Damond approaches the car "immediately" after a "loud sound," at which point Noor shoots her. In the other story, Damond is standing outside the car talking to Harrity when Noor suddenly reaches across him and shoots her. Hard to square those two accounts.
  47. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    When Steve first put this up, I started a long comment about how I sometimes think of Ethiopians, not the next-door Somalis, as “honorary Aryans”, but I deleted it after it got too complex. Now I see that Anatoly Karlin has just put up a rather interesting post on Ethiopia: https://www.unz.com/akarlin/ethiopia/. I think there are some interesting challenges to an overly HBDist view here. Although it is not really discussed in that post, the crucial fact about Ethiopia strikes me as not simply that it was never “colonized” (until conquered by Italy) but that it was a Christian civilization from quite a while back. Indeed Ethiopia would be a quite legitimate topic of study for all those medievalists worried about too many white people.

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    Evelyn Waugh went to Ethiopia in 1930 to see Haile Selaisse's (sp?) coronation in part because he hoped to gain insight into medieval Europe.
  48. @Anonymous
    When Steve first put this up, I started a long comment about how I sometimes think of Ethiopians, not the next-door Somalis, as "honorary Aryans", but I deleted it after it got too complex. Now I see that Anatoly Karlin has just put up a rather interesting post on Ethiopia: https://www.unz.com/akarlin/ethiopia/. I think there are some interesting challenges to an overly HBDist view here. Although it is not really discussed in that post, the crucial fact about Ethiopia strikes me as not simply that it was never "colonized" (until conquered by Italy) but that it was a Christian civilization from quite a while back. Indeed Ethiopia would be a quite legitimate topic of study for all those medievalists worried about too many white people.

    Evelyn Waugh went to Ethiopia in 1930 to see Haile Selaisse’s (sp?) coronation in part because he hoped to gain insight into medieval Europe.

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    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Modern Tonga in the Pacific has some similarities to medieval England: king who really runs things, etc.
    , @IHTG
    Somebody should make a movie about this Portuguese adventurer who led a crusade in Ethiopia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crist%C3%B3v%C3%A3o_da_Gama
    , @Expletive Deleted
    An ex of mine recounted the several wartime tours Selassie (at the time yet another Plucky Little Monarch in hiding in England) and his entourage made of the large department store, possibly Heal's or John Lewis, somewhere on the south coast I believe, of which her father was the furniture dept. manager.
    Each time rafts of beds, couches, tables and so on would be swept up in the 'to be delivered' order as the Royal Progression stalked through the store.
    Never got paid for, even by the National Government on his behalf. Exemplary monarchical conduct.
    At the time the natives were on the ration for anything made of wood (needed for Hurricanes, Ansons, any sort of propellor to keep Hermann's Flying Circus at bay, later for Mosquitos). CC41 twilled-paper basket furniture, and some blockboard veneered stuff if you had the funds was the best one could hope for.
  49. @Steve Sailer
    Evelyn Waugh went to Ethiopia in 1930 to see Haile Selaisse's (sp?) coronation in part because he hoped to gain insight into medieval Europe.

    Modern Tonga in the Pacific has some similarities to medieval England: king who really runs things, etc.

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  50. vinteuil says:
    @Alden
    Today's NY Post reported some information from the State Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Drivers name is Harrity. Victim was standing by his door and they were talking. Harrity was stunned when Noor reached across him and shot her several times.

    She was in plain sight, was not holding anything that could be construed as a weapon and speaking with the driver. Some neighbors had come out because of the police car lights.

    Affirmative action in action.

    The Mayor is still yammering about the body cams not turned on. She probably wants to make both officers equally responsible because of the body cam issue.

    Alden – many thanks. This NY Post report is interestingly different from the one MEH 0910 quotes, just above. In one story, Damond approaches the car “immediately” after a “loud sound,” at which point Noor shoots her. In the other story, Damond is standing outside the car talking to Harrity when Noor suddenly reaches across him and shoots her. Hard to square those two accounts.

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  51. Perfidious Albino!

    *Honorary Aryans*

    Steve, that is just brilliant. A killer meme that perfectly captures many, many weirdnesses of the race-industrial complex. Framing media as literally Nazi race-scientists is delicious, accurate, and impossible to answer (a linguistic “killshot” as Scott Adams would say). We have a winner.

    The phrase and the ever-growing photo lineup could be pushed virally every time another Aryanization happens.

    Hang that alba-tross around their necks. It’s all white!

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  52. IHTG says:
    @Steve Sailer
    Evelyn Waugh went to Ethiopia in 1930 to see Haile Selaisse's (sp?) coronation in part because he hoped to gain insight into medieval Europe.

    Somebody should make a movie about this Portuguese adventurer who led a crusade in Ethiopia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crist%C3%B3v%C3%A3o_da_Gama

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    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    There's a lot of material in the first century of the Portuguese Empire that would make for compelling film or TV. An Afonso de Albuquerque biopic would be fascinating: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afonso_de_Albuquerque
  53. @BB753
    Martin Luther must be spinning in his grave!

    Do you mean the Reformation cleric of the 16th century, or that other guy?

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  54. BB753 says:
    @The Alarmist
    Do you mean the Reformation cleric of the 16th century, or that other guy?

    Obviously, not the other guy, LOL.

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  55. @Steve Sailer
    Evelyn Waugh went to Ethiopia in 1930 to see Haile Selaisse's (sp?) coronation in part because he hoped to gain insight into medieval Europe.

    An ex of mine recounted the several wartime tours Selassie (at the time yet another Plucky Little Monarch in hiding in England) and his entourage made of the large department store, possibly Heal’s or John Lewis, somewhere on the south coast I believe, of which her father was the furniture dept. manager.
    Each time rafts of beds, couches, tables and so on would be swept up in the ‘to be delivered’ order as the Royal Progression stalked through the store.
    Never got paid for, even by the National Government on his behalf. Exemplary monarchical conduct.
    At the time the natives were on the ration for anything made of wood (needed for Hurricanes, Ansons, any sort of propellor to keep Hermann’s Flying Circus at bay, later for Mosquitos). CC41 twilled-paper basket furniture, and some blockboard veneered stuff if you had the funds was the best one could hope for.

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  56. Dave Pinsen says: • Website
    @IHTG
    Somebody should make a movie about this Portuguese adventurer who led a crusade in Ethiopia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crist%C3%B3v%C3%A3o_da_Gama

    There’s a lot of material in the first century of the Portuguese Empire that would make for compelling film or TV. An Afonso de Albuquerque biopic would be fascinating: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afonso_de_Albuquerque

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  57. A Chigoor says:
    @asf
    I'm not sure if you wrote about this Steve, but, somewhere I read the idea that the demand for racism far exceeds the supply, so we have to keep inventing new racist incidents to keep up. Similarly, it appears that the supply of evil white perpetrators is not as great as it used to be (the diversity rhetoric is working!), so people have to be drafted into the league.

    Incidentally, if the diversity rhetoric actually works and people become less "racist," then doesn't that present an inherent problem to the diversity industry? It's hard to justify a paycheck if racism is decreasing. And I've never heard of a cushy gig that actively tried to eliminate it's own role.

    Steve has written a lot about the subject, as have Gavin McInnis and Jim Goad at Taki’s (recommended)

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  58. A C says:
    @Hibernian
    Hamilton owned slaves as part of his mercantile activities. Establishment leftists love him for centralizing banking. The notion that he was African American, because he was born out of wedlock, in the West Indies, to a poor mother and a rich father, never dies.

    I’m actually shocked cultural-Marxist Wikipedia doesn’t try to push the revisionist myth that Hamilton’s mother was mixed race, calling the speculation “though persistent, is not substantiated by verifiable evidence”. That probably won’t stay up there much longer. But it is rather surprising.

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