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A tweet three days ago from a female student at historically black Howard University:

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And from the Washington Post today, a thinkpiece by a WaPo staffer:

The teenagers who wore MAGA hats to Howard aren’t martyrs for free speech
By Molly Roberts August 22 at 1:42 PM

Two teenage girls who wore “Make America Great Again” hats to Howard University last weekend are making a play to become the latest countrywide crusaders for free speech. Good luck with that.

The Pennsylvania high school students, who stopped by the historically black university for a bite to eat during a school trip to Washington, strolled into Howard’s campus dining hall Saturday decked out in pro-presidential apparel they had purchased the day before. It did not go over well.

“We were not even through the front door to get through the cafeteria, and a man, a black man, walked … through and took my friend Sarah’s hat right off her head,” one told Buzzfeed on Monday. Another man, she said, cursed at her. …

The Twitter account for Howard’s dining hall was more forthright: “We will take any action necessary to ensure that HU students feel safe& comfortable in our dining spaces. The group is no longer on campus.” …

As stifling to debate as the “safe space” argument can be at schools across the country, Howard is one of the few examples of the term at its purest and most persuasive. “Safety” as many students today use the word has little to do with physical harm and more to do with emotional discomfort. Safety at Howard, from its founding, has meant, well, safety.

… It was about the history of an institution that has always been a place where black students could say what they believed without fear of racist reprisal. On Saturday, that’s exactly what they did.

As many Howard students have already asked about their young visitors, what else did they expect?

Is this brouhaha really about the insensitivity of wearing Trump hats? Or is it about the insensitivity of wearing blonde hair that’s about 8 times longer than their shorts on the black coeds’ home turf?

For the term “Becky” see here.

Commenter Alec Leamas explains:

Some people are just Extra-Citizens with superior rights. Such as the right to snatch a hat from your head because they don’t like what it says.

Look Steve, our country has a long and sad history of white teenage girls killing black men in broad daylight. You need to get #woke.

 
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  1. BenKenobi says:

    Wait a minute, who was subject to racist reprisal? Oh well, at least four gorgeous White girls got vaccinated for jungle fever just before college.

    OT: what’s up with chick with “FREE PELTIER” shirt at the Trump rally? A meme from 1995? That’s gotta be a troll.

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  2. Some people are just Extra-Citizens with superior rights. Such as the right to snatch a hat from your head because they don’t like what it says.

    Look Steve, our country has a long and sad history of white teenage girls killing black men in broad daylight. You need to get #woke.

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    Look Steve, our country has a long and sad history of white teenage girls killing black men in broad daylight. You need to get #woke.
     
    That's what gave rise to the legend of the fearsome Valkyries. This can be seen in any interpretation of Wagner's "Der Ring des Nibelungen".
    , @bomag

    history of...
     
    On the next round, OJ can claim self defense; legacy of slavery, triggering, and all that.

    Blonde women are an icon for Whiteness, and the OJ theme is illustrative: POC want them around for the good times, but right behind that is a savage hatred.

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  3. newrouter says:

    “As many Howard students have already asked about their young visitors, what else did they expect? ”

    Negros are like sooo stupid. Like stereotype or sumthing. Let’s prove them “right”!!11!!

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  4. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    That picture sums up why more black guys than black girls wear MAGA caps.

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  5. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    OT

    Desperate appeal for noblesse oblige (must be washed down with back-patting and appeals to self-interest though):

    The One Thing Jews Should Be Doing To Combat White Supremacy
    By Peter Beinart August 22, 2017

    What did you think when you heard the Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville chant, “Jews will not replace us?” Fear, of course. Bewilderment, perhaps, anger. But I bet a lot of Jews felt another emotion, which they’re less likely to articulate in public: Snobbery. “Replace you? Where, behind the counter at Wendy’s? We’re successful, industrious, upper-middle class. You’re the dregs of society. Replace you? Don’t kid yourselves. When it comes to America’s class hierarchy, we replaced you and your kind long ago.”

    Got your attention?

    … Today’s anti-Semitism emanates less from society’s elites than from the people who feel victimized by them. This doesn’t mean the new anti-Semitism isn’t dangerous. It doesn’t mean Jews shouldn’t respond with outrage and mobilization. But it does mean that, if only to protect ourselves, we must combat the economic and cultural dysfunction that is contributing to Neo-Nazism’s rise.

    … What would it mean for American Jews to combat not merely Neo-Nazism but the conditions that contribute to it? For American Jewish organizations, it would require opposing economic policies like the Republican assault on Obamacare and the upper-income tax cuts the GOP is pushing this fall, policies that widen the chasm between America’s rich and poor. It would require pushing for more funding for the treatment of opioid addiction, the kind of issue that American Jewish groups don’t typically consider part of their agenda.

    For synagogues, countering the conditions that produce Neo-Nazism might involve assisting a church in a troubled area. Why? Because according to University of Virginia sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox, white working class Americans who attend church are less likely to experience divorce, addiction, and financial distress. Church attendance also eases the “alienation and purposelessness” that, according to the Post, characterizes many of the young men who drift towards Neo-Nazism.

    To some Jews, these proposals might sound bizarre, even offensive. We’re supposed to help people who want us dead? What about all those non-Nazis who face economic and cultural problems? Don’t they have a better claim on our concern?

    … The point is that because Jews occupy a different place in contemporary American society than did Jews in other societies facing rising anti-Semitism, we can respond in different ways. Of course, as Jews have for centuries, we must band together for self-protection. But as a successful, well-established, political influential community, we can also confront the dysfunction and despair that leads some of our fellow Americans to scapegoat us.

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    "You will not replace us" ==> "JEWS will not replace us" ==> "Orange Jews"
    White privilege justifies physcal violence ==> "Have you seen how those people live? They should steal from us!"
    They're literally using Annie Hall as a playbook.
    , @Lot
    There is zero evidence that antisemitism is significant or growing in white middle America. Rather it is overwhelmingly a Muslim and far left phenomenon.
    , @AndrewR
    "people who want us dead"

    100% projection
    , @Dieter Kief
    Daniel Alter, former Berlin jew's antisemitism expert, claimed yesterday:

    "Hatred of jews is racism."


    Here's a quote from his interview in the newspaper Berliner Zeitung:

    "Judenhass ist Rassismus. Ungleichwertigkeitsideologien haben keine rationale Grundlage. Wenn man sagt, der Hass auf Juden ist begründet durch den Nah-Ost-Konflikt, hat man sofort für Judenhass eine logische Begründung. Das ist verheerend. Damit wird auch die Idee der Kollektivschuld akzeptiert. Ich dachte, das wäre überwunden."
    , @Percy Gryce
    http://www.unz.com/isteve/chabon-all-jews-must-boycott-president/#comment-1977252
    , @Anonymous
    Isn't it suspicious that Beinart didn't put immigration on his list of issues Jews should meet downscale whites half-way on?

    Suspicious because he also wrote that piece about Democrats turning into immigration extremists in The Atlantic.

    He knows that low-skill immigration is harming those at the bottom.

    Did he leave it out because his readers would object that actually, immigration makes everyone better off economically?

    Nah, they'd highlight immigration as an engine of ethnic change by shrieking about "racism" and "xenophobia". And hysterically refuse to budge, all while accepting his frame that they're a "politically influential community" in a position to close the gates or wedge them open.

    It would be as if he told them to hand over the smoking gun. "What gun? There's no gun. We're unarmed! Helpless! And besides, we're keeping it, it has sentimental value. And didn't the guy overdose? It was the opiates!" At trial their lawyer would claim they shot him in self-defence.

    So you know he, at least, is playing dumb about what "Jews will not replace us" means, because of immigration's conspicuous absence.

    , @Autochthon

    [W]e must band together for self-protection.
     
    Heaven forfend the white people do so, though; that'd be racist and against Hebrews. (None of this "Semite" nonsense; I'm leaving, e.g., the Arabs out of this business, because at least they are generally forthright, rather than dissembling, about their contempt and efforts to destroy us.)
    , @Mark Caplan
    In his latest Podcast No. 93 with guest Douglas Murray (The Strange Death of Europe), the Jewish public intellectual Sam Harris said he had no idea what was meant by "The Jews will not replace us." Evidently he wasn't curious enough to google it.
    , @Incontrovertible
    "Jews will not replace us" - I don't think these people meant Jews will replace whites with Jews, but that Jews will replace whites with all other non-whites.

    Peter Beinart shouldn't be too cocky. His tribe is not as smart as they think. Their push for open borders will come back to bite them in the arse eventually. Europe is already experiencing a huge spike in anti-semitism, brought on by the Muslim onslaught. America will soon follow. Muslims will take care of the Jews when they hit critical mass. It's already starting. "Students for Justice in Palestine" is now one of the fastest growing groups on college campuses, and they are openly anti-semitic, even at Berkeley.
    , @Prof. Woland
    When I first heard the chant, Jews will not replace us", it was very clear. what I really heard was Jewish elites using immigration policy to replace us with non-Jewish immigrants, not about the statues per se. Jews are not 'replacing' anyone. In fact, they are demographically more screwed than gentile whites and they know it too.

    One positive benefit of Charlottesville is that it got Jews to finally tip their hand like the rest of their political allies on the left. Peter Beinart admitting so much is a long way from the "we just want to come here and fit in and be like you" nonsense.


    Replace you? Where, behind the counter at Wendy’s? We’re successful, industrious, upper-middle class. You’re the dregs of society. Replace you? Don’t kid yourselves. When it comes to America’s class hierarchy, we replaced you and your kind long ago.”
     
    The same for many other Jews that are finally fessing up to their real feelings towards the Goys. I would say that these confessions were a very big mistake and won't ever be forgotten now that it is in the sunlight. Whether they like it or not, the Jews have tied their fate to the left and they are tarred with Anti-fa and BLM the same way the Goy is stuck with the Nazis; but we knew the last part already.

    When a plot is ripe, it can no longer be concealed. We are now in the process of choosing sides and whites are in-grouping. The tribe chose their side a long time ago even if we are only now openly admitting it.

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  6. What’s the significance of the hebrew letters in the tweeters name?

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    It reads "mahút", which means "Essence" — her first name. Beats me why she put it there, though. Mahút is not anyone's name, that I've ever heard of.
    , @Anon
    "What’s the significance of the hebrew letters in the tweeters name?"
    No significance. Just another jew on a soap box telling us what to do.
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  7. Clyde says:

    Lets get real here. Loads of aspiring black racists were blinded by their light. Rage, jealousy and explanations ensued.

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  8. Bubba says:

    It wasn’t the MAGA hats and had nothing to do with Trump! All the black women on Twitter were outraged because these white girls (the ebonics term is “Beckies”) were getting a lot of attention from the black men. To paraphrase the great Colin Flaherty, “Don’t Make the Black Girls Angry!”

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  9. I always thought the slang term “Becky” was from Sir Mix-a-lot’s “Baby Got Back”.

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    I always thought the slang term “Becky” was from Sir Mix-a-lot’s “Baby Got Back”.
     
    It is, and anyone who denies it is either ignorant or lying.

    I wouldn't be surprised if that, and not "Smells Like Teen Spirit" or "Loser," ends up going down in history as the most important song of the 1990's. Its impact on race, gender, and body standards, like it or not, is only increasing.
    , @Hapalong Cassidy
    I'm pretty sure the famous intro to "Baby Got Back" was lifted from (or at least inspired by) a popular SNL skit at the time, in which Melanie Hutsell and Siobhan Fallon played vapid sorority girls ("Delta Delta Delta, can I help ya, help ya, ya?").
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  10. For “yt’s,” there aren’t just sundown towns, there are plenty of places where one isn’t welcome any time of the day. I’ve had it several times, who else has been on the receiving end of assertive demands of “white boy go back to where you came from”?

    They can be lucky they were girls. Had it been fellas who had tried to invade their safe space, the response might have been a little more assertive…

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  11. MJMD says:

    As stifling to debate as the “safe space” argument can be at schools across the country, Howard is one of the few examples of the term at its purest and most persuasive. “Safety” as many students today use the word has little to do with physical harm and more to do with emotional discomfort. Safety at Howard, from its founding, has meant, well, safety… It was about the history of an institution that has always been a place where black students could say what they believed without fear of racist reprisal. On Saturday, that’s exactly what they did.

    Gee, stupid me; here I thought that Howard was founded to showcase black intellectual achievement in the nation’s capital as a rebuke to racial essentialists, with a student body especially burdened by the need to espouse beliefs concordant with reality in order to avoid racist reprisal against their fellow blacks in places not surrounded by the safety of the Federal government.

    But thanks for blacksplaining reality to me. I guess Howard exists so black people can believe whatever the hell they want and have a “safe space” where they can physically intimidate anyone who might challenge those beliefs in any way. Wait, what’s that Ta-Nehisi Coates?

    I came to Howard when I was 17 with some backwards-ass ideas–specifically about white people. I was not above quoting some dumb shit about “ice people” and “sun people.” And I was not above telling you the ancient Egyptians had helicopters and sailed to South America before Columbus. I had a bunch of history professors–most of [sic] him black–who gave me that “N-word is you crazy?” look. They broke my heart every day, in every class. They knew that if I ever went out and said that in front of any group of well-read people, I would get my head cut off.

    Coates wrote that as part of a rumination on how he felt “privileged” to be black because having his ideas constantly challenged by a racist establishment forced him to be a better thinker; I still wonder when, if ever, he will come to the fairly obvious realization that we’ve spent decades erecting a system in which the ideas of white people face far greater scrutiny than those of coddled coloured elites, presumably to the better cognitive benefit of those same white people. Or does he think it’s just a matter of time before his camp can cut the heads off of anyone who says such things in front of his semi-literate acolytes? Or, now that he’s got his genius grant money, does he just not care anymore?

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    His entire career is based off espousing ideas and making claims that his shitlib acolytes never bother to critically examine.
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  12. If the Left is allowed to have their “safe spaces”, couldn’t the same courtesy be extended to the Right? For example, designate that henceforth Lee Park (and other parks or areas that contain national statues to historical white males) shall be considered a safe space for the Right.

    After all, fair is fair.

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  13. njguy73 says:
    @Saint Louis
    I always thought the slang term "Becky" was from Sir Mix-a-lot's "Baby Got Back".

    I always thought the slang term “Becky” was from Sir Mix-a-lot’s “Baby Got Back”.

    It is, and anyone who denies it is either ignorant or lying.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if that, and not “Smells Like Teen Spirit” or “Loser,” ends up going down in history as the most important song of the 1990′s. Its impact on race, gender, and body standards, like it or not, is only increasing.

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    Hard to have non stylistic cultural influence when your lyrics don't make sense.

    In the time of chimpanzee I was a monkey, an albino, a mosquito, my libido.
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  14. Mr. Anon says:

    Wendy Williams strikes me as odd. I’m used to black women sounding recognizably black. I’m used to black women sounding, for lack of a better term, white – women like Condi Rice, Aisha Tyler, etc. However, I’m not used to black women who speak with a strong, characteristic New York accent. It strikes me as odd. Not bad. Just……………unfamiliar. And good for her, by the way.

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    Charles Rangel and Mike Tyson have great New York accents as well.
    , @James Richard
    Denzel Washington also sounds like he could be from nowhere else.
    , @Autochthon
    Williams, like Winfrey before her, is one of the few Negro celebrities who isn't all in on black, blackety, black twenty-four / seven; at least in her public persona and presentation (I realise Winfrey is pretty far gone in her machinations, but her actual show appeals broadly to just about any female regardless of race; likewise with Williams). Williams, like many New Yorkers steeped in their roots as New Yorkers (vs. as cosmopolitan jackasses) – Donald Trump, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Colin Quinn, Jerry Seinfeld, Rudolph Giuliani, Eddie Murphy, Mel Brooks, etc. – are comfortable acknowldging and even joking about race, yet not big fans of race-hustling and otherwise unhealthily obsessing about it for cash and prizes or to excuse one's failures.

    Of course, there are plenty of Lena Dunhams and Whoopi Goldbergs contra my observation, but the archetypical New Yorkers I rattled off in the precious paragraph are instantly recognisable ad such by their very speech: I actually encounted all the counter-examples in a list of famous New Yorkers I reviewed to disprove my hypothesis, and I had had no idea most of these counter-examples were in fact New Yorkers until I saw them on the list....

    I wonder to what extent New York's extensive ethnic neighbourhoods helps people from there be both comfortable with their own ethnic identity as Jews, Negroes, Italians, Irish, etc. yet still interact with others without a chip on their shoulders: all in the way that good fences make good neighbours, just as Southern whites and blacks actually understand and coexist more successfully than those in other parts of the country do (because long use evolved a system for relatively amenable coexistence). If there is something to the idea, the increasing demands by the so-called elite that all races and ethnies must be commingled granularly and denied freedom of association in distinct territories and communities will not bode well....
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  15. Clyde says:

    Who is paying for this incubator of racists, Howard University to even exist? My guess is lots of Federal money gets poured into Howard and squandered, of course. That without The Feds, Howard would be dead.

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    You could probably say the same thing about an awful lot of universities. And I wouldn't argue at all with the idea that ceasing the federal $$ is a darn good idea.
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  16. Shaq says:

    Um, that looks like the UCLA women’s volleyball team.

    Not that I’ve done any research.

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  17. Gee whiz, I always thought young yt (LOL) babes were called “Betty’s.”

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    Scully was a Betty back in the day.
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  18. @Mr. Anon
    Wendy Williams strikes me as odd. I'm used to black women sounding recognizably black. I'm used to black women sounding, for lack of a better term, white - women like Condi Rice, Aisha Tyler, etc. However, I'm not used to black women who speak with a strong, characteristic New York accent. It strikes me as odd. Not bad. Just...............unfamiliar. And good for her, by the way.

    Charles Rangel and Mike Tyson have great New York accents as well.

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    Steve,

    Sorry to disagree with you but Charles Rangel does not strike me as having a NYC accent. Somehow it sounds quasi-southern.

    One of the few things that I respect Rangel for is his call to reinstate the draft so as to stop this country's recent endless and useless wars. Another attribute is that he served quite honorably in the Korean War!
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  19. pretty much just an excuse to show a pic of hot young white chicks with great legs.

    The WaPo dies in clickbait.

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    Those are high school girls. How dare you, sir?

    No, just kidding, go ahead and appreciate their beauty.
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  20. @Mr. Anon
    Wendy Williams strikes me as odd. I'm used to black women sounding recognizably black. I'm used to black women sounding, for lack of a better term, white - women like Condi Rice, Aisha Tyler, etc. However, I'm not used to black women who speak with a strong, characteristic New York accent. It strikes me as odd. Not bad. Just...............unfamiliar. And good for her, by the way.

    Denzel Washington also sounds like he could be from nowhere else.

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    Denzel Washington also sounds like he could be from nowhere else.
     
    I never noticed that about him; I always thought he was from the south. Lawrence Fishburne did a really good New York accent in the movie "21" - in fact his accent, and role, were the only good parts of that otherwise entirely forgettable movie. I've heard him do a very convincing english yob accent as well. There are a few actors who remind you that acting can actually be a skilled profession.
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    @Anonymous
    OT

    Desperate appeal for noblesse oblige (must be washed down with back-patting and appeals to self-interest though):


    The One Thing Jews Should Be Doing To Combat White Supremacy
    By Peter Beinart August 22, 2017

    What did you think when you heard the Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville chant, “Jews will not replace us?” Fear, of course. Bewilderment, perhaps, anger. But I bet a lot of Jews felt another emotion, which they’re less likely to articulate in public: Snobbery. “Replace you? Where, behind the counter at Wendy’s? We’re successful, industrious, upper-middle class. You’re the dregs of society. Replace you? Don’t kid yourselves. When it comes to America’s class hierarchy, we replaced you and your kind long ago.”
     

    Got your attention?

    ... Today’s anti-Semitism emanates less from society’s elites than from the people who feel victimized by them. This doesn’t mean the new anti-Semitism isn’t dangerous. It doesn’t mean Jews shouldn’t respond with outrage and mobilization. But it does mean that, if only to protect ourselves, we must combat the economic and cultural dysfunction that is contributing to Neo-Nazism’s rise.

    ... What would it mean for American Jews to combat not merely Neo-Nazism but the conditions that contribute to it? For American Jewish organizations, it would require opposing economic policies like the Republican assault on Obamacare and the upper-income tax cuts the GOP is pushing this fall, policies that widen the chasm between America’s rich and poor. It would require pushing for more funding for the treatment of opioid addiction, the kind of issue that American Jewish groups don’t typically consider part of their agenda.

    For synagogues, countering the conditions that produce Neo-Nazism might involve assisting a church in a troubled area. Why? Because according to University of Virginia sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox, white working class Americans who attend church are less likely to experience divorce, addiction, and financial distress. Church attendance also eases the “alienation and purposelessness” that, according to the Post, characterizes many of the young men who drift towards Neo-Nazism.

    To some Jews, these proposals might sound bizarre, even offensive. We’re supposed to help people who want us dead? What about all those non-Nazis who face economic and cultural problems? Don’t they have a better claim on our concern?

    ... The point is that because Jews occupy a different place in contemporary American society than did Jews in other societies facing rising anti-Semitism, we can respond in different ways. Of course, as Jews have for centuries, we must band together for self-protection. But as a successful, well-established, political influential community, we can also confront the dysfunction and despair that leads some of our fellow Americans to scapegoat us.
     

    “You will not replace us” ==> “JEWS will not replace us” ==> “Orange Jews”
    White privilege justifies physcal violence ==> “Have you seen how those people live? They should steal from us!”
    They’re literally using Annie Hall as a playbook.

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  22. wren says:

    OT:

    I hope Steve can help get the term “ctrl left” into the general lexicon.

    I keep seeing alt left these days, and ctrl left is a better term.

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    I've had so much success over the decades getting my coinages to go viral ...
    , @Jack Hanson
    No, it doesnt.

    Alt Left was what hooked, and that's what is gonna be used.

    "Ctrl Left" doesn't make much sense unless you spend two minutes explaining it, which makes it pretty useless in memetic terms.

    Its like how some guys on the spectrum got damn near militant because cuckservative caught on over their pet term "refaklican" (re-FAKE-lican) or something along those words.

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  23. Dan Hayes says:
    @Steve Sailer
    Charles Rangel and Mike Tyson have great New York accents as well.

    Steve,

    Sorry to disagree with you but Charles Rangel does not strike me as having a NYC accent. Somehow it sounds quasi-southern.

    One of the few things that I respect Rangel for is his call to reinstate the draft so as to stop this country’s recent endless and useless wars. Another attribute is that he served quite honorably in the Korean War!

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    I just watched a short clip. Rangel has the same stuffy and grandiose accent, cadence and style of Daniel Moynahan.
    , @Pachyderm Pachyderma
    No can do! SS has made up its mind about CR so there is no U turn on it and besides. the Korean conflict was a long time ago... how does it benefit the WN cause today?
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  24. @wren
    OT:

    I hope Steve can help get the term "ctrl left" into the general lexicon.

    I keep seeing alt left these days, and ctrl left is a better term.

    I’ve had so much success over the decades getting my coinages to go viral …

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    From your keyboard to Stephen Miller's eyes to Trump's ear. Right? Or his teleprompter screen if he is using one these days.

    Perhaps.

    Your marketing insights combined with Trump's branding and (if Adams is right) persuasion skills give a much better label to the group.

    Because they are all about control, I think.
    , @Anonym
    Trump got to be a billionaire with branding as a cornerstone of his approach. He's very, very good at it. Low-energy Jeb. Little Marco. Lyin' Ted. Crooked Hillary. MAGA. Build the wall. He won a presidency in part by positively branding his own position and negatively branding his opponents.

    I would not bet against Trump when it comes to effectiveness of a brand or slogan. That is not to say that the brands or slogans developed by Steve or people here or in the 'sphere are bad. Some are great. Cuck. Cuckservative. Anti-white. Self-loathing white people. Dindus. Invade the world/invite the world. Magic Dirt. Occam's butterknife. Rotting in the fields. Noticing.

    I am sure that's nowhere near complete but after being beaten back rhetorically by the Blitzkreig of Cultural-Marxist lexicon, we've battled to reach a Stalingrad of sorts. Our wordsmithing has done us proud IMO.
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  25. Twinkie says:

    Do you wear a polo shirt and khaki pants? If so, you are a Neo-Nazi!

    WaPo: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/arts-and-entertainment/wp/2017/08/22/neo-nazis-are-using-fashion-in-an-attempt-to-normalize-the-fashion-industry-needs-to-speak-up/

    And, yes, we really need the fashion industry to speak up on every topic in the news! Because fashion is so vital to society!

    And a side note. Does anyone else think in this photograph (https://img.washingtonpost.com/wp-apps/imrs.php?src=https://img.washingtonpost.com/rf/image_960w/2010-2019/WashingtonPost/2017/08/15/Local/Images/045A1669.jpg&w=1484) there is a couple of guys who might be Asian?

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    Totem Pole.

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  27. wren says:

    Some blogger could probably write a nice piece on Trinity Washington University in Washington DC.

    It boasts a beautiful wooded campus in DC, right across the street from the National Cathedral, and can be proud of its many famous alumna, such as Nancy Pelosi, Kathleen Sebelius and Kellyanne Conway, amongst many others.

    Recently, the president of the university very publicly condemned Kellyanne Conway and Trump, so she shouldn’t be concerned about a little light being shined on her university and the direction that she has taken it.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4238248/Kellyanne-Conway-attacked-alma-mater-president.html

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

    I would comment on the average SAT score or high school GPA required for admission, but the university doesn’t require test scores for admission nor do they publicize GPA. They do accept 90% of applicants.

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    You left out Tucker Carlson, if that's one and the same Trinity.
    , @Percy Gryce
    Trinity Washington is across the street from the Catholic University of America and the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception--not the National Cathedral. They're not even in the same quadrant: Trinity/CUA/Basilica are in Northeast D.C. and the National Cathedral is in Northwest D.C.
    , @Eustace Tilley (not)
    Please make that "...and can be proud of its many famous alumnae, such as Nancy Pelosi, Kathleen Sebelius and Kellyanne Conway, amongst many others."

    1 alumnus; 2 alumni
    1 alumna; 2 alumnae
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  28. Dennis Dale says: • Website

    A tweet three days ago from a female student at historically black Howard University:

    I swear to G-d I misread that first as “…hysterically black Howard University.”

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  29. wren says:
    @Steve Sailer
    I've had so much success over the decades getting my coinages to go viral ...

    From your keyboard to Stephen Miller’s eyes to Trump’s ear. Right? Or his teleprompter screen if he is using one these days.

    Perhaps.

    Your marketing insights combined with Trump’s branding and (if Adams is right) persuasion skills give a much better label to the group.

    Because they are all about control, I think.

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    As we entered the Trump presidency Sailer was still someone a mainstream politician couldn't afford to be publicly connected to, for fear of getting the SPLC-treatment.
    It probably still applies--I'm thinking if Trump used "ctrl left" there would soon be a flurry of reports about how he got if from SPLC-certified "racist Steve Sailer"--but for diminishing marginal returns.
    If we leave the Trump era with that no longer being true, that will be something, at least. I can't imagine these guys feel very enthusiastic shouldering their clubs and heading out for another go at Sailer, yet again. He just won't go away.
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  30. El Dato says:
    @Alec Leamas
    Some people are just Extra-Citizens with superior rights. Such as the right to snatch a hat from your head because they don't like what it says.

    Look Steve, our country has a long and sad history of white teenage girls killing black men in broad daylight. You need to get #woke.

    Look Steve, our country has a long and sad history of white teenage girls killing black men in broad daylight. You need to get #woke.

    That’s what gave rise to the legend of the fearsome Valkyries. This can be seen in any interpretation of Wagner’s “Der Ring des Nibelungen”.

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    If that’s “skinny,” then skinny looks pretty damn good to me.

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  32. G Pinfold says:
    @wren
    Some blogger could probably write a nice piece on Trinity Washington University in Washington DC.

    It boasts a beautiful wooded campus in DC, right across the street from the National Cathedral, and can be proud of its many famous alumna, such as Nancy Pelosi, Kathleen Sebelius and Kellyanne Conway, amongst many others.

    Recently, the president of the university very publicly condemned Kellyanne Conway and Trump, so she shouldn't be concerned about a little light being shined on her university and the direction that she has taken it.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4238248/Kellyanne-Conway-attacked-alma-mater-president.html

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

    I would comment on the average SAT score or high school GPA required for admission, but the university doesn't require test scores for admission nor do they publicize GPA. They do accept 90% of applicants.

    You left out Tucker Carlson, if that’s one and the same Trinity.

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    if that’s one and the same Trinity.
     
    There's a religious joke somewhere in there.
    , @Seneca
    Tucker went to Trinity College in Hartford .

    See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tucker_Carlson

    The same school that George F. Will and Edward Albee went to.

    It is a highly competitive and still very WASPy elite type school.

    One of my friends went there and one of his classmates in his dorm was a Kennedy while another was a Du Pont.

    According to the recent study Steve mentioned awhile back on another thread (about a study by that economics professor with access to IRS records) the average income of parents who send their child there is among the highest in the country.

    It is considered one of the Little Ivies and is very competitive to get into. Yes "Little Ivies" are a thing (or rather a group of highly competitive colleges) that people in the very upper classes pay attention to.

    See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Ivies

    "The Little Ivies (singularly Little Ivy) are a group of elite, highly academically competitive private liberal arts colleges in the Northeastern United States.[1]
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  33. Dennis Dale says: • Website
    @wren
    From your keyboard to Stephen Miller's eyes to Trump's ear. Right? Or his teleprompter screen if he is using one these days.

    Perhaps.

    Your marketing insights combined with Trump's branding and (if Adams is right) persuasion skills give a much better label to the group.

    Because they are all about control, I think.

    As we entered the Trump presidency Sailer was still someone a mainstream politician couldn’t afford to be publicly connected to, for fear of getting the SPLC-treatment.
    It probably still applies–I’m thinking if Trump used “ctrl left” there would soon be a flurry of reports about how he got if from SPLC-certified “racist Steve Sailer”–but for diminishing marginal returns.
    If we leave the Trump era with that no longer being true, that will be something, at least. I can’t imagine these guys feel very enthusiastic shouldering their clubs and heading out for another go at Sailer, yet again. He just won’t go away.

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    Sailer for the most part seems to me to be taking a fairly distanced "wait-and-see" stance on Trump as President, which is smart given how unpredictable Trump is. On the current trajectory Trump is doing for HBD and immigration controls what Hitler did for eugenics or the Confederacy did for slavery. Historically extremists defending moderately extreme positions don't usually succeed in making those positions more socially acceptable, they just make things much, much worse. Scott Adams is looking increasingly insane, don't want to end up like that guy.

    All these attempts to push the Overton window to the right seem to be backfiring badly and empowering even more lefty craziness. And the lefties do have the demographics and a lot of corporate clout behind them. The same way it took conservative Republicans to reach out to China (Nixon) or reach out to the Soviets (Reagan), it will probably require a moderate Democrat, ideally Asian, to speak sense on racial issues. But it may be too late.
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  34. anon says: • Disclaimer

    But those who criticized Berkeley, or who cried foul when Middlebury College students shouted Charles Murray out of an auditorium [...]

    A casual re-writing of history by Molly Roberts. Murray wasn’t merely shouted down, he and the female professor were assaulted. Actual physical violence.

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  35. Lot says:

    Great News!

    ER Doctor and immigration patriot Kelli Ward is up double digits over open borders GOP Sen Jeff Flake.

    http://www.azhighground.com/blog/post/us-senator-jeff-flake-in-double-electoral-jeopardy-twelve-months-away-from-primary-election

    I bet the McCain/Koch faction will try to sabotage her by splitting the patriot vote and running some other stooges in the primary. The way to stop this is to contact anyone else publicly thinking of running and telling them to support Dr. Ward instead.

    Just amazing to see an incumbent absent some extreme scandal to be behind in a primary poll 43-28.

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  36. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    “We were not even through the front door to get through the cafeteria, and a man, a black man, walked … through and took my friend Sarah’s hat right off her head…”

    “Today’s field trip will be to Howard University, where we will be getting our first experience of black crime.”

    (Paging John Derbyshire…)

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    By mentioning it was a "black man" that girl showed more balls than any mainstream media type working today. God Bess that Becky.
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  37. Lot says:
    @Dan Hayes
    Steve,

    Sorry to disagree with you but Charles Rangel does not strike me as having a NYC accent. Somehow it sounds quasi-southern.

    One of the few things that I respect Rangel for is his call to reinstate the draft so as to stop this country's recent endless and useless wars. Another attribute is that he served quite honorably in the Korean War!

    I just watched a short clip. Rangel has the same stuffy and grandiose accent, cadence and style of Daniel Moynahan.

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  38. Yan Shen says:

    No Whiskey sighting yet about how sexy and alpha all of the uh bad-boy black males at Howard are and how blonde Beckys hate hate hate beta white men?

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  39. Lot says:
    @njguy73

    I always thought the slang term “Becky” was from Sir Mix-a-lot’s “Baby Got Back”.
     
    It is, and anyone who denies it is either ignorant or lying.

    I wouldn't be surprised if that, and not "Smells Like Teen Spirit" or "Loser," ends up going down in history as the most important song of the 1990's. Its impact on race, gender, and body standards, like it or not, is only increasing.

    Hard to have non stylistic cultural influence when your lyrics don’t make sense.

    In the time of chimpanzee I was a monkey, an albino, a mosquito, my libido.

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    And on the other hand, "when a girl walks by with an itty bitty waist and a round thing in your face" is pretty much timeless.
    , @Mr. Anon

    Hard to have non stylistic cultural influence when your lyrics don’t make sense.

    In the time of chimpanzee I was a monkey, an albino, a mosquito, my libido.
     
    I like the Weird Al version better:

    Smells Like Nirvanna
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  40. In North London, ‘the Becks’ are the Jewish population – as recounted by the late Peter Cook here: http://stabbers.truth.posiweb.net/stabbers/audio/rainbow/Pete_%20Cook_%2B_Battling%20Becks_%2B_The_Rainbow_Tapes_%2B_wwwDOTstabbersDOTorg.mp3

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  41. Lot says:
    @Anonymous
    OT

    Desperate appeal for noblesse oblige (must be washed down with back-patting and appeals to self-interest though):


    The One Thing Jews Should Be Doing To Combat White Supremacy
    By Peter Beinart August 22, 2017

    What did you think when you heard the Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville chant, “Jews will not replace us?” Fear, of course. Bewilderment, perhaps, anger. But I bet a lot of Jews felt another emotion, which they’re less likely to articulate in public: Snobbery. “Replace you? Where, behind the counter at Wendy’s? We’re successful, industrious, upper-middle class. You’re the dregs of society. Replace you? Don’t kid yourselves. When it comes to America’s class hierarchy, we replaced you and your kind long ago.”
     

    Got your attention?

    ... Today’s anti-Semitism emanates less from society’s elites than from the people who feel victimized by them. This doesn’t mean the new anti-Semitism isn’t dangerous. It doesn’t mean Jews shouldn’t respond with outrage and mobilization. But it does mean that, if only to protect ourselves, we must combat the economic and cultural dysfunction that is contributing to Neo-Nazism’s rise.

    ... What would it mean for American Jews to combat not merely Neo-Nazism but the conditions that contribute to it? For American Jewish organizations, it would require opposing economic policies like the Republican assault on Obamacare and the upper-income tax cuts the GOP is pushing this fall, policies that widen the chasm between America’s rich and poor. It would require pushing for more funding for the treatment of opioid addiction, the kind of issue that American Jewish groups don’t typically consider part of their agenda.

    For synagogues, countering the conditions that produce Neo-Nazism might involve assisting a church in a troubled area. Why? Because according to University of Virginia sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox, white working class Americans who attend church are less likely to experience divorce, addiction, and financial distress. Church attendance also eases the “alienation and purposelessness” that, according to the Post, characterizes many of the young men who drift towards Neo-Nazism.

    To some Jews, these proposals might sound bizarre, even offensive. We’re supposed to help people who want us dead? What about all those non-Nazis who face economic and cultural problems? Don’t they have a better claim on our concern?

    ... The point is that because Jews occupy a different place in contemporary American society than did Jews in other societies facing rising anti-Semitism, we can respond in different ways. Of course, as Jews have for centuries, we must band together for self-protection. But as a successful, well-established, political influential community, we can also confront the dysfunction and despair that leads some of our fellow Americans to scapegoat us.
     

    There is zero evidence that antisemitism is significant or growing in white middle America. Rather it is overwhelmingly a Muslim and far left phenomenon.

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    Oh, it's growing. People are waking up.
    , @Bill
    Doesn't the ADL or B'nai B'rith do some farcical survey every year documenting how very anti-semitic Americans are?
    , @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    There is zero evidence that antisemitism is significant or growing in white middle America. Rather it is overwhelmingly a Muslim and far left phenomenon.
     
    That depends. Do you mean irrational hatred and loathing of Jews? Then, I'd say no.

    But if you mean antisemitism as noticing in Joe Sobran's telling that "[a]n anti-Semite used to mean a man who hated Jews. Now it means a man who is hated by Jews."

    Few prole whites have hatred of Jews for killing the Messiah or somesuch and have actually become somewhat philosemetic due to Israel being "our greatest ally." But some are noticing precisely who it is who hates them with increasing frequency.
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  42. @Guy de Champlagne
    What's the significance of the hebrew letters in the tweeters name?

    It reads “mahút”, which means “Essence” — her first name. Beats me why she put it there, though. Mahút is not anyone’s name, that I’ve ever heard of.

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    Nicholas Mahut is a fairly good singles player on the men's pro tennis tour and one half of one of the best doubles teams.
    , @Autochthon
    Perhaps she is a journalist for the magazine of the sane name marketed to Negresses.
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  43. whorefinder says: • Website
    @G Pinfold
    You left out Tucker Carlson, if that's one and the same Trinity.

    if that’s one and the same Trinity.

    There’s a religious joke somewhere in there.

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  44. TangoMan says:

    OT – Can the Federal Government be efficient in its operations? You bet they can.

    They just banned future entry of the former budget director of Sweden’s third largest political party because they didn’t like his thoughts on politics. He attended the Charlottesville rally, was not arrested and had no contact with the police.

    Someone in government apparently ran background checks on all of the people who attended that rally, identified Christoffer Dulny, and days later banned him from future entry into America.

    What happened to the Zeroeth Amendment?

    Muslims in America have constitutional protection to practice their religion but that protection is not supposed to extend to foreign Muslims, who should be able to be banned from entry due to their religion. The 9th disagrees and declares that the 1st Amendment extends to foreigners and so religion cannot be used as a basis for exclusion.

    Well, do we have the Zeroeth Amendment or don’t we? If President Trump cannot bar entry of Muslims then how can his administration bar entry because some administrator disagrees with the thoughts of a foreigner, thoughts expressed by exercise of association and assembly?

    Who is America run for? Who can you not criticize? Which groups get special treatment?

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  45. whorefinder says: • Website

    “White kids visit black neighborhood, become victims of crime.”

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  46. Tiny Duck says:

    Those girls need a good rogering from a well endowed Black Man. They were trying to start something. I guarantee you they will be mothers of Children of Color in 5 years. I hope they are blackballed from employment until they apologize for their racism

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    I hope they are blackballed from employment until they apologize for their racism
     
    Truly appalling and sickening. The real racists are the ones attacking and harassing others for having wrong color of skin or wearing a cap with phrase, which they find 'offensive'.
    , @dc.sunsets
    Phew!

    I finally got clarity on whether Tiny Duck was satire or serious.
    Sincerest apologies for being slow to the mark.

    Keep up the good work. There's endless satirizing left for the Left.
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  47. AndrewR says:
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    There is zero evidence that antisemitism is significant or growing in white middle America. Rather it is overwhelmingly a Muslim and far left phenomenon.

    Oh, it’s growing. People are waking up.

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  48. Tiny Duck says:

    There was a long history of white girls seducing Black Men and having them lynched for tape

    These teens want to Social Media stars?
    Fine.
    So be it!

    Doxx em. Expose them. Let the entire World take a good look. Same with those adult “chaperones” that accompanied them into the Howard U. Cafeteria — and their silent Pennsylvania School — all of whom apparently thinks this is “all too funny” & “no big deal” also.

    Sure, you’re free to speak — And here come The Consequences of your own words and actions.

    The Internet is forever.
    To quote that 21-year-old carrying a Tiki Torch last week, when Video of him went viral:

    “My Life Is Ruined!”

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    There was a long history of white girls seducing Black Men and having them lynched for tape

     

    It was real in your mind
    , @dc.sunsets
    Sure, long history....just like Tawana Brawley's and...what was the name of the stripper/hooker "raped" at Duke?

    I heard she was actually raped by a guy named Haven Monihan. Is there a statue of Mr. Monihan somewhere we can tear down?
    , @Bill

    There was a long history of white girls seducing Black Men and having them lynched for tape
     
    Typo. Should read "lynched with tape."
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  49. AndrewR says:
    @Anonymous
    OT

    Desperate appeal for noblesse oblige (must be washed down with back-patting and appeals to self-interest though):


    The One Thing Jews Should Be Doing To Combat White Supremacy
    By Peter Beinart August 22, 2017

    What did you think when you heard the Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville chant, “Jews will not replace us?” Fear, of course. Bewilderment, perhaps, anger. But I bet a lot of Jews felt another emotion, which they’re less likely to articulate in public: Snobbery. “Replace you? Where, behind the counter at Wendy’s? We’re successful, industrious, upper-middle class. You’re the dregs of society. Replace you? Don’t kid yourselves. When it comes to America’s class hierarchy, we replaced you and your kind long ago.”
     

    Got your attention?

    ... Today’s anti-Semitism emanates less from society’s elites than from the people who feel victimized by them. This doesn’t mean the new anti-Semitism isn’t dangerous. It doesn’t mean Jews shouldn’t respond with outrage and mobilization. But it does mean that, if only to protect ourselves, we must combat the economic and cultural dysfunction that is contributing to Neo-Nazism’s rise.

    ... What would it mean for American Jews to combat not merely Neo-Nazism but the conditions that contribute to it? For American Jewish organizations, it would require opposing economic policies like the Republican assault on Obamacare and the upper-income tax cuts the GOP is pushing this fall, policies that widen the chasm between America’s rich and poor. It would require pushing for more funding for the treatment of opioid addiction, the kind of issue that American Jewish groups don’t typically consider part of their agenda.

    For synagogues, countering the conditions that produce Neo-Nazism might involve assisting a church in a troubled area. Why? Because according to University of Virginia sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox, white working class Americans who attend church are less likely to experience divorce, addiction, and financial distress. Church attendance also eases the “alienation and purposelessness” that, according to the Post, characterizes many of the young men who drift towards Neo-Nazism.

    To some Jews, these proposals might sound bizarre, even offensive. We’re supposed to help people who want us dead? What about all those non-Nazis who face economic and cultural problems? Don’t they have a better claim on our concern?

    ... The point is that because Jews occupy a different place in contemporary American society than did Jews in other societies facing rising anti-Semitism, we can respond in different ways. Of course, as Jews have for centuries, we must band together for self-protection. But as a successful, well-established, political influential community, we can also confront the dysfunction and despair that leads some of our fellow Americans to scapegoat us.
     

    “people who want us dead”

    100% projection

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  50. AndrewR says:

    I’m more concerned about how they’re all dressed like sluts. A bit of exposure to the downsides of modernity is good for them.

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    All young women dress like sluts today, starting from age 11. It seems their parents don't object to their little princesses walking around half-naked. Anything else is hetero-patriarchal opression. But it's also opression if you stare at them. Go figure!
    , @whoever

    they’re all dressed like sluts.
     
    It's summer. They're wearing shorts. (ಠ︵ಠ)
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  51. Tiny Duck says:

    Not to sound like a pervert but those young women look like fine examples of white womanhood. Makes it all the sweeter that they will be ravished by Men of Color and their racism will be exposed

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    Those girls need a good rogering from a well endowed Black Man.
     
    So obvious that you are projecting. This "rogering" is what you crave you knave.
    , @MEH 0910
    Well Tiny, you've already reported all us iSteve commenters to SPLC, you might as well report these white girls too.
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  52. AndrewR says:
    @MJMD

    As stifling to debate as the “safe space” argument can be at schools across the country, Howard is one of the few examples of the term at its purest and most persuasive. “Safety” as many students today use the word has little to do with physical harm and more to do with emotional discomfort. Safety at Howard, from its founding, has meant, well, safety… It was about the history of an institution that has always been a place where black students could say what they believed without fear of racist reprisal. On Saturday, that’s exactly what they did.
     
    Gee, stupid me; here I thought that Howard was founded to showcase black intellectual achievement in the nation's capital as a rebuke to racial essentialists, with a student body especially burdened by the need to espouse beliefs concordant with reality in order to avoid racist reprisal against their fellow blacks in places not surrounded by the safety of the Federal government.

    But thanks for blacksplaining reality to me. I guess Howard exists so black people can believe whatever the hell they want and have a "safe space" where they can physically intimidate anyone who might challenge those beliefs in any way. Wait, what's that Ta-Nehisi Coates?


    I came to Howard when I was 17 with some backwards-ass ideas--specifically about white people. I was not above quoting some dumb shit about "ice people" and "sun people." And I was not above telling you the ancient Egyptians had helicopters and sailed to South America before Columbus. I had a bunch of history professors--most of [sic] him black--who gave me that "N-word is you crazy?" look. They broke my heart every day, in every class. They knew that if I ever went out and said that in front of any group of well-read people, I would get my head cut off.
     
    Coates wrote that as part of a rumination on how he felt "privileged" to be black because having his ideas constantly challenged by a racist establishment forced him to be a better thinker; I still wonder when, if ever, he will come to the fairly obvious realization that we've spent decades erecting a system in which the ideas of white people face far greater scrutiny than those of coddled coloured elites, presumably to the better cognitive benefit of those same white people. Or does he think it's just a matter of time before his camp can cut the heads off of anyone who says such things in front of his semi-literate acolytes? Or, now that he's got his genius grant money, does he just not care anymore?

    His entire career is based off espousing ideas and making claims that his shitlib acolytes never bother to critically examine.

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  53. DFH says:
    @Tiny Duck
    There was a long history of white girls seducing Black Men and having them lynched for tape

    These teens want to Social Media stars?
    Fine.
    So be it!

    Doxx em. Expose them. Let the entire World take a good look. Same with those adult "chaperones" that accompanied them into the Howard U. Cafeteria -- and their silent Pennsylvania School -- all of whom apparently thinks this is "all too funny" & "no big deal" also.

    Sure, you're free to speak -- And here come The Consequences of your own words and actions.

    The Internet is forever.
    To quote that 21-year-old carrying a Tiki Torch last week, when Video of him went viral:

    "My Life Is Ruined!"

    There was a long history of white girls seducing Black Men and having them lynched for tape

    It was real in your mind

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  54. Seneca says:
    @G Pinfold
    You left out Tucker Carlson, if that's one and the same Trinity.

    Tucker went to Trinity College in Hartford .

    See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tucker_Carlson

    The same school that George F. Will and Edward Albee went to.

    It is a highly competitive and still very WASPy elite type school.

    One of my friends went there and one of his classmates in his dorm was a Kennedy while another was a Du Pont.

    According to the recent study Steve mentioned awhile back on another thread (about a study by that economics professor with access to IRS records) the average income of parents who send their child there is among the highest in the country.

    It is considered one of the Little Ivies and is very competitive to get into. Yes “Little Ivies” are a thing (or rather a group of highly competitive colleges) that people in the very upper classes pay attention to.

    See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Ivies

    “The Little Ivies (singularly Little Ivy) are a group of elite, highly academically competitive private liberal arts colleges in the Northeastern United States.[1]

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    Agreed, you see a lot of Trinity window stickers on the Volvo and Audi SUVs in exclusive neighborhoods like Wellesley and Chestnut Hill. It's one of the top choices among the upper-middle class kids in the Boston area.
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  55. Medvedev says:
    @Tiny Duck
    Those girls need a good rogering from a well endowed Black Man. They were trying to start something. I guarantee you they will be mothers of Children of Color in 5 years. I hope they are blackballed from employment until they apologize for their racism

    I hope they are blackballed from employment until they apologize for their racism

    Truly appalling and sickening. The real racists are the ones attacking and harassing others for having wrong color of skin or wearing a cap with phrase, which they find ‘offensive’.

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    The real racists are the ones attacking and harassing others for having wrong color of skin or wearing a cap with phrase, which they find ‘offensive’.
     
    Bullshit. You sound just like an SJW, just with the colors reversed. Blacks walking around in public snatching peoples' MAGA hats would be offensive, sure. But black students have every right to protect their culture in their own house and demand that visitors respect that culture, the same way that Americans should have the right to demand that Muslim visitors respect our culture. These idiot girls walked into the Howard University dining hall looking for attention. If a group of teenagers walked into a Notre Dame dining hall wearing t-shirts that said "f*ck the pope", I would support the right of students to demand those teen-agers take the shirts off or leave. Freedom of speech should not cover being deliberately offensive.
    , @anonymous
    You've been baited by this website's most prolific, mostly witless jester. (Or maybe I have just been tag-teamed.)

    Is another downside to "real handle" pseudonymous commenting that it may encourage participation by the attention-needy segment of this type?
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  56. @Medvedev

    I hope they are blackballed from employment until they apologize for their racism
     
    Truly appalling and sickening. The real racists are the ones attacking and harassing others for having wrong color of skin or wearing a cap with phrase, which they find 'offensive'.

    The real racists are the ones attacking and harassing others for having wrong color of skin or wearing a cap with phrase, which they find ‘offensive’.

    Bullshit. You sound just like an SJW, just with the colors reversed. Blacks walking around in public snatching peoples’ MAGA hats would be offensive, sure. But black students have every right to protect their culture in their own house and demand that visitors respect that culture, the same way that Americans should have the right to demand that Muslim visitors respect our culture. These idiot girls walked into the Howard University dining hall looking for attention. If a group of teenagers walked into a Notre Dame dining hall wearing t-shirts that said “f*ck the pope”, I would support the right of students to demand those teen-agers take the shirts off or leave. Freedom of speech should not cover being deliberately offensive.

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    But black students have every right to protect their culture in their own house and demand that visitors respect that culture, the same way that Americans should have the right to demand that Muslim visitors respect our culture.
     
    Only if we live in racist, segregated society that doesn't respect freedom of speech. Would it be ok if white students at Harvard harassed and snatched a hat with "BLM" phrase?

    These idiot girls walked into the Howard University dining hall looking for attention. If a group of teenagers walked into a Notre Dame dining hall wearing t-shirts that said “f*ck the pope”
     
    "f*ck the pope" great analogy, keep trolling!
    University is a higher educational institution, where thoughts and opinions should be challenged and freedom of speech valued. So, it's not comparable to a church or mosque.

    I mentioned, that they are the real racists. And you just proved my point, if they think that University is their "own house" and "their culture" that belongs to them because of color of their skin.

    , @Thea
    Ideally blacks would consider their fellow Americans of all races part of their community.

    At least that's what we were told they wanted by MLK.
    , @dc.sunsets
    HU is "black land."

    What, pray tell, is "white land?" Where in the USA would it be appropriate for non-blacks to snatch BLM hats off black people's heads?

    You're making an open case for Separatists.

    Freedom of speech should not cover being deliberately offensive.
     
    So you're saying things to which anyone objects should be made illegal?
    Are you suggesting that "offensive speech" justifies physical attack? Just curious where you think this goes.
    , @Bill
    So, it's OK for whites to chase blacks out of their neighborhoods with baseball bats, right?
    , @Cloudbuster
    Freedom of speech should not cover being deliberately offensive.

    That's exactly the sort of speech it should and does cover.

    ETA: And when did MAGA become racially offensive?

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  57. anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Medvedev

    I hope they are blackballed from employment until they apologize for their racism
     
    Truly appalling and sickening. The real racists are the ones attacking and harassing others for having wrong color of skin or wearing a cap with phrase, which they find 'offensive'.

    You’ve been baited by this website’s most prolific, mostly witless jester. (Or maybe I have just been tag-teamed.)

    Is another downside to “real handle” pseudonymous commenting that it may encourage participation by the attention-needy segment of this type?

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  58. @Dennis Dale
    As we entered the Trump presidency Sailer was still someone a mainstream politician couldn't afford to be publicly connected to, for fear of getting the SPLC-treatment.
    It probably still applies--I'm thinking if Trump used "ctrl left" there would soon be a flurry of reports about how he got if from SPLC-certified "racist Steve Sailer"--but for diminishing marginal returns.
    If we leave the Trump era with that no longer being true, that will be something, at least. I can't imagine these guys feel very enthusiastic shouldering their clubs and heading out for another go at Sailer, yet again. He just won't go away.

    Sailer for the most part seems to me to be taking a fairly distanced “wait-and-see” stance on Trump as President, which is smart given how unpredictable Trump is. On the current trajectory Trump is doing for HBD and immigration controls what Hitler did for eugenics or the Confederacy did for slavery. Historically extremists defending moderately extreme positions don’t usually succeed in making those positions more socially acceptable, they just make things much, much worse. Scott Adams is looking increasingly insane, don’t want to end up like that guy.

    All these attempts to push the Overton window to the right seem to be backfiring badly and empowering even more lefty craziness. And the lefties do have the demographics and a lot of corporate clout behind them. The same way it took conservative Republicans to reach out to China (Nixon) or reach out to the Soviets (Reagan), it will probably require a moderate Democrat, ideally Asian, to speak sense on racial issues. But it may be too late.

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    The Confederates were not recognizably extremists in any way. What this, and the counter-example of Stalin and communism, demonstrates is that it's not about the horrible things you do, but about who tells the story.
    , @Cortes
    Maybe Robert Lee could start the process of talking sense on race as he appears to have a bit more free time now that one of his gigs has been cancelled:

    http://theduran.com/robert-lee-removed-from-football-broadcast-by-espn-for-political-correctness-reasons/
    , @Art Deco
    There is no indication they were looking for 'attention' or anything other than what the automat at Howard sells. A MAGA cap has a perfectly ordinary slogan on it and Trump is not an antagonist of the black population. This isn't about 'protecting culture'. This is about expressions of gratuitous hostility among people who've acquired the expectation that their gratuitous hostility will not be penalized.
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  59. @Anonymous
    OT

    Desperate appeal for noblesse oblige (must be washed down with back-patting and appeals to self-interest though):


    The One Thing Jews Should Be Doing To Combat White Supremacy
    By Peter Beinart August 22, 2017

    What did you think when you heard the Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville chant, “Jews will not replace us?” Fear, of course. Bewilderment, perhaps, anger. But I bet a lot of Jews felt another emotion, which they’re less likely to articulate in public: Snobbery. “Replace you? Where, behind the counter at Wendy’s? We’re successful, industrious, upper-middle class. You’re the dregs of society. Replace you? Don’t kid yourselves. When it comes to America’s class hierarchy, we replaced you and your kind long ago.”
     

    Got your attention?

    ... Today’s anti-Semitism emanates less from society’s elites than from the people who feel victimized by them. This doesn’t mean the new anti-Semitism isn’t dangerous. It doesn’t mean Jews shouldn’t respond with outrage and mobilization. But it does mean that, if only to protect ourselves, we must combat the economic and cultural dysfunction that is contributing to Neo-Nazism’s rise.

    ... What would it mean for American Jews to combat not merely Neo-Nazism but the conditions that contribute to it? For American Jewish organizations, it would require opposing economic policies like the Republican assault on Obamacare and the upper-income tax cuts the GOP is pushing this fall, policies that widen the chasm between America’s rich and poor. It would require pushing for more funding for the treatment of opioid addiction, the kind of issue that American Jewish groups don’t typically consider part of their agenda.

    For synagogues, countering the conditions that produce Neo-Nazism might involve assisting a church in a troubled area. Why? Because according to University of Virginia sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox, white working class Americans who attend church are less likely to experience divorce, addiction, and financial distress. Church attendance also eases the “alienation and purposelessness” that, according to the Post, characterizes many of the young men who drift towards Neo-Nazism.

    To some Jews, these proposals might sound bizarre, even offensive. We’re supposed to help people who want us dead? What about all those non-Nazis who face economic and cultural problems? Don’t they have a better claim on our concern?

    ... The point is that because Jews occupy a different place in contemporary American society than did Jews in other societies facing rising anti-Semitism, we can respond in different ways. Of course, as Jews have for centuries, we must band together for self-protection. But as a successful, well-established, political influential community, we can also confront the dysfunction and despair that leads some of our fellow Americans to scapegoat us.
     

    Daniel Alter, former Berlin jew’s antisemitism expert, claimed yesterday:

    “Hatred of jews is racism.”

    Here’s a quote from his interview in the newspaper Berliner Zeitung:

    “Judenhass ist Rassismus. Ungleichwertigkeitsideologien haben keine rationale Grundlage. Wenn man sagt, der Hass auf Juden ist begründet durch den Nah-Ost-Konflikt, hat man sofort für Judenhass eine logische Begründung. Das ist verheerend. Damit wird auch die Idee der Kollektivschuld akzeptiert. Ich dachte, das wäre überwunden.”

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  60. Medvedev says:
    @Peter Akuleyev

    The real racists are the ones attacking and harassing others for having wrong color of skin or wearing a cap with phrase, which they find ‘offensive’.
     
    Bullshit. You sound just like an SJW, just with the colors reversed. Blacks walking around in public snatching peoples' MAGA hats would be offensive, sure. But black students have every right to protect their culture in their own house and demand that visitors respect that culture, the same way that Americans should have the right to demand that Muslim visitors respect our culture. These idiot girls walked into the Howard University dining hall looking for attention. If a group of teenagers walked into a Notre Dame dining hall wearing t-shirts that said "f*ck the pope", I would support the right of students to demand those teen-agers take the shirts off or leave. Freedom of speech should not cover being deliberately offensive.

    But black students have every right to protect their culture in their own house and demand that visitors respect that culture, the same way that Americans should have the right to demand that Muslim visitors respect our culture.

    Only if we live in racist, segregated society that doesn’t respect freedom of speech. Would it be ok if white students at Harvard harassed and snatched a hat with “BLM” phrase?

    These idiot girls walked into the Howard University dining hall looking for attention. If a group of teenagers walked into a Notre Dame dining hall wearing t-shirts that said “f*ck the pope”

    “f*ck the pope” great analogy, keep trolling!
    University is a higher educational institution, where thoughts and opinions should be challenged and freedom of speech valued. So, it’s not comparable to a church or mosque.

    I mentioned, that they are the real racists. And you just proved my point, if they think that University is their “own house” and “their culture” that belongs to them because of color of their skin.

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  61. Anonym says:
    @Steve Sailer
    I've had so much success over the decades getting my coinages to go viral ...

    Trump got to be a billionaire with branding as a cornerstone of his approach. He’s very, very good at it. Low-energy Jeb. Little Marco. Lyin’ Ted. Crooked Hillary. MAGA. Build the wall. He won a presidency in part by positively branding his own position and negatively branding his opponents.

    I would not bet against Trump when it comes to effectiveness of a brand or slogan. That is not to say that the brands or slogans developed by Steve or people here or in the ‘sphere are bad. Some are great. Cuck. Cuckservative. Anti-white. Self-loathing white people. Dindus. Invade the world/invite the world. Magic Dirt. Occam’s butterknife. Rotting in the fields. Noticing.

    I am sure that’s nowhere near complete but after being beaten back rhetorically by the Blitzkreig of Cultural-Marxist lexicon, we’ve battled to reach a Stalingrad of sorts. Our wordsmithing has done us proud IMO.

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  62. Danindc says:
    @Anon
    “We were not even through the front door to get through the cafeteria, and a man, a black man, walked … through and took my friend Sarah’s hat right off her head..."

    "Today's field trip will be to Howard University, where we will be getting our first experience of black crime."

    (Paging John Derbyshire...)

    By mentioning it was a “black man” that girl showed more balls than any mainstream media type working today. God Bess that Becky.

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  63. Danindc says:

    Interesting point but I assume these girls were brought here as one of many stops on a field trip. And the point is if a black girl had a free mumia hat ripped of her head at Burning Tree country club it would be a major scandal. God bless those Beckys!!!

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  64. Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Guy de Champlagne
    What's the significance of the hebrew letters in the tweeters name?

    “What’s the significance of the hebrew letters in the tweeters name?”
    No significance. Just another jew on a soap box telling us what to do.

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  65. anon says: • Disclaimer

    Don’t they have security on campus at Howard?

    Gotta say, culturally inappropriate signaling would be instantly noticed on most campuses and an ID would be demanded.

    In an urban university, they tend to lock the doors.

    The Beckies? Don’t think it was the hats. If any of the men have potential in pro sports or entertainment, I’d worry about a Kardashian type.

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  66. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Seneca
    Tucker went to Trinity College in Hartford .

    See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tucker_Carlson

    The same school that George F. Will and Edward Albee went to.

    It is a highly competitive and still very WASPy elite type school.

    One of my friends went there and one of his classmates in his dorm was a Kennedy while another was a Du Pont.

    According to the recent study Steve mentioned awhile back on another thread (about a study by that economics professor with access to IRS records) the average income of parents who send their child there is among the highest in the country.

    It is considered one of the Little Ivies and is very competitive to get into. Yes "Little Ivies" are a thing (or rather a group of highly competitive colleges) that people in the very upper classes pay attention to.

    See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Ivies

    "The Little Ivies (singularly Little Ivy) are a group of elite, highly academically competitive private liberal arts colleges in the Northeastern United States.[1]

    Agreed, you see a lot of Trinity window stickers on the Volvo and Audi SUVs in exclusive neighborhoods like Wellesley and Chestnut Hill. It’s one of the top choices among the upper-middle class kids in the Boston area.

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  67. Hunsdon says:

    Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever!

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  68. @Lot
    Hard to have non stylistic cultural influence when your lyrics don't make sense.

    In the time of chimpanzee I was a monkey, an albino, a mosquito, my libido.

    And on the other hand, “when a girl walks by with an itty bitty waist and a round thing in your face” is pretty much timeless.

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  69. @Saint Louis
    I always thought the slang term "Becky" was from Sir Mix-a-lot's "Baby Got Back".

    I’m pretty sure the famous intro to “Baby Got Back” was lifted from (or at least inspired by) a popular SNL skit at the time, in which Melanie Hutsell and Siobhan Fallon played vapid sorority girls (“Delta Delta Delta, can I help ya, help ya, ya?”).

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  70. @wren
    Some blogger could probably write a nice piece on Trinity Washington University in Washington DC.

    It boasts a beautiful wooded campus in DC, right across the street from the National Cathedral, and can be proud of its many famous alumna, such as Nancy Pelosi, Kathleen Sebelius and Kellyanne Conway, amongst many others.

    Recently, the president of the university very publicly condemned Kellyanne Conway and Trump, so she shouldn't be concerned about a little light being shined on her university and the direction that she has taken it.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4238248/Kellyanne-Conway-attacked-alma-mater-president.html

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

    I would comment on the average SAT score or high school GPA required for admission, but the university doesn't require test scores for admission nor do they publicize GPA. They do accept 90% of applicants.

    Trinity Washington is across the street from the Catholic University of America and the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception–not the National Cathedral. They’re not even in the same quadrant: Trinity/CUA/Basilica are in Northeast D.C. and the National Cathedral is in Northwest D.C.

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    Thank you, you are right. The structure at the Catholic University of America is referred to as the "National Shrine," which is probably the root of my confusion.

    http://www.nationalshrine.com

    The National Cathedral is more impressive.
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  71. @Anonymous
    OT

    Desperate appeal for noblesse oblige (must be washed down with back-patting and appeals to self-interest though):


    The One Thing Jews Should Be Doing To Combat White Supremacy
    By Peter Beinart August 22, 2017

    What did you think when you heard the Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville chant, “Jews will not replace us?” Fear, of course. Bewilderment, perhaps, anger. But I bet a lot of Jews felt another emotion, which they’re less likely to articulate in public: Snobbery. “Replace you? Where, behind the counter at Wendy’s? We’re successful, industrious, upper-middle class. You’re the dregs of society. Replace you? Don’t kid yourselves. When it comes to America’s class hierarchy, we replaced you and your kind long ago.”
     

    Got your attention?

    ... Today’s anti-Semitism emanates less from society’s elites than from the people who feel victimized by them. This doesn’t mean the new anti-Semitism isn’t dangerous. It doesn’t mean Jews shouldn’t respond with outrage and mobilization. But it does mean that, if only to protect ourselves, we must combat the economic and cultural dysfunction that is contributing to Neo-Nazism’s rise.

    ... What would it mean for American Jews to combat not merely Neo-Nazism but the conditions that contribute to it? For American Jewish organizations, it would require opposing economic policies like the Republican assault on Obamacare and the upper-income tax cuts the GOP is pushing this fall, policies that widen the chasm between America’s rich and poor. It would require pushing for more funding for the treatment of opioid addiction, the kind of issue that American Jewish groups don’t typically consider part of their agenda.

    For synagogues, countering the conditions that produce Neo-Nazism might involve assisting a church in a troubled area. Why? Because according to University of Virginia sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox, white working class Americans who attend church are less likely to experience divorce, addiction, and financial distress. Church attendance also eases the “alienation and purposelessness” that, according to the Post, characterizes many of the young men who drift towards Neo-Nazism.

    To some Jews, these proposals might sound bizarre, even offensive. We’re supposed to help people who want us dead? What about all those non-Nazis who face economic and cultural problems? Don’t they have a better claim on our concern?

    ... The point is that because Jews occupy a different place in contemporary American society than did Jews in other societies facing rising anti-Semitism, we can respond in different ways. Of course, as Jews have for centuries, we must band together for self-protection. But as a successful, well-established, political influential community, we can also confront the dysfunction and despair that leads some of our fellow Americans to scapegoat us.
     

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  72. Anonym says:

    These high school girls are too skinny and underdeveloped for my tastes but I like their politics.

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    These high school girls are too skinny and underdeveloped for my tastes but I like their politics.
     
    uh, and...............they're high school girls.
    , @Lurker
    Indeed. Ironically I kind of prefer 'thick' girls.
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  73. Why would -any- white kid, let alone a good looking blond girl, even think of going to HU?

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  74. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Anonymous
    OT

    Desperate appeal for noblesse oblige (must be washed down with back-patting and appeals to self-interest though):


    The One Thing Jews Should Be Doing To Combat White Supremacy
    By Peter Beinart August 22, 2017

    What did you think when you heard the Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville chant, “Jews will not replace us?” Fear, of course. Bewilderment, perhaps, anger. But I bet a lot of Jews felt another emotion, which they’re less likely to articulate in public: Snobbery. “Replace you? Where, behind the counter at Wendy’s? We’re successful, industrious, upper-middle class. You’re the dregs of society. Replace you? Don’t kid yourselves. When it comes to America’s class hierarchy, we replaced you and your kind long ago.”
     

    Got your attention?

    ... Today’s anti-Semitism emanates less from society’s elites than from the people who feel victimized by them. This doesn’t mean the new anti-Semitism isn’t dangerous. It doesn’t mean Jews shouldn’t respond with outrage and mobilization. But it does mean that, if only to protect ourselves, we must combat the economic and cultural dysfunction that is contributing to Neo-Nazism’s rise.

    ... What would it mean for American Jews to combat not merely Neo-Nazism but the conditions that contribute to it? For American Jewish organizations, it would require opposing economic policies like the Republican assault on Obamacare and the upper-income tax cuts the GOP is pushing this fall, policies that widen the chasm between America’s rich and poor. It would require pushing for more funding for the treatment of opioid addiction, the kind of issue that American Jewish groups don’t typically consider part of their agenda.

    For synagogues, countering the conditions that produce Neo-Nazism might involve assisting a church in a troubled area. Why? Because according to University of Virginia sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox, white working class Americans who attend church are less likely to experience divorce, addiction, and financial distress. Church attendance also eases the “alienation and purposelessness” that, according to the Post, characterizes many of the young men who drift towards Neo-Nazism.

    To some Jews, these proposals might sound bizarre, even offensive. We’re supposed to help people who want us dead? What about all those non-Nazis who face economic and cultural problems? Don’t they have a better claim on our concern?

    ... The point is that because Jews occupy a different place in contemporary American society than did Jews in other societies facing rising anti-Semitism, we can respond in different ways. Of course, as Jews have for centuries, we must band together for self-protection. But as a successful, well-established, political influential community, we can also confront the dysfunction and despair that leads some of our fellow Americans to scapegoat us.
     

    Isn’t it suspicious that Beinart didn’t put immigration on his list of issues Jews should meet downscale whites half-way on?

    Suspicious because he also wrote that piece about Democrats turning into immigration extremists in The Atlantic.

    He knows that low-skill immigration is harming those at the bottom.

    Did he leave it out because his readers would object that actually, immigration makes everyone better off economically?

    Nah, they’d highlight immigration as an engine of ethnic change by shrieking about “racism” and “xenophobia”. And hysterically refuse to budge, all while accepting his frame that they’re a “politically influential community” in a position to close the gates or wedge them open.

    It would be as if he told them to hand over the smoking gun. “What gun? There’s no gun. We’re unarmed! Helpless! And besides, we’re keeping it, it has sentimental value. And didn’t the guy overdose? It was the opiates!” At trial their lawyer would claim they shot him in self-defence.

    So you know he, at least, is playing dumb about what “Jews will not replace us” means, because of immigration‘s conspicuous absence.

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  75. Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Peter Akuleyev
    Sailer for the most part seems to me to be taking a fairly distanced "wait-and-see" stance on Trump as President, which is smart given how unpredictable Trump is. On the current trajectory Trump is doing for HBD and immigration controls what Hitler did for eugenics or the Confederacy did for slavery. Historically extremists defending moderately extreme positions don't usually succeed in making those positions more socially acceptable, they just make things much, much worse. Scott Adams is looking increasingly insane, don't want to end up like that guy.

    All these attempts to push the Overton window to the right seem to be backfiring badly and empowering even more lefty craziness. And the lefties do have the demographics and a lot of corporate clout behind them. The same way it took conservative Republicans to reach out to China (Nixon) or reach out to the Soviets (Reagan), it will probably require a moderate Democrat, ideally Asian, to speak sense on racial issues. But it may be too late.

    The Confederates were not recognizably extremists in any way. What this, and the counter-example of Stalin and communism, demonstrates is that it’s not about the horrible things you do, but about who tells the story.

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    Why is no one calling for the desecration and denunciation of Grant's tomb or a change to the fifty-dollar bill?

    The man owned slaves.

    Oh? You didn't know that? Why, it's as if the victors selectively present the history, with self-interested goals....
    , @Peter Akuleyev
    The Confederates were not recognizably extremists in any way

    The men who lead the Confederacy were extremists. Most Southerners, even the slave-owning class, weren't all fired up for secesssion. It took a decade of propaganda and cajoling to get them to that point (helped, admittedly, by some extremists on the Abolitionist side), and even then a lot of the votes for secession had to be rigged. Most Southerners were not fighting for slavery - they were fighting out of solidarity, but the men who started the war were extremists who started it to defend slavery.

    If you want to see how damaging the consequences of Confederate extremism were you just have compare the US to Russia, who freed the serfs around the same time. The Russian aristocrats managed to negotiate a peaceful settlement with the government, got compensated, gradually emancipated serfs over time, and for the most part suffered little immediate damage to their social prestige or wealth. The Confederate leadership ended up losing almost all their wealth, tarnished their moral reputation internationally, and turned what had been the wealthiest and most politically powerful region of the US into a poverty-stricken backwater for generations.
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  76. A. Somebody needs to wife those girls up.

    B. What the fuck were the adults thinking, totally unrelated to the MAGA thing, why would you stop a group of White students at Howard U to eat? This makes no sense.

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    Those girls haven't read Derbyshire's version of "The Talk."
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  77. @Tiny Duck
    There was a long history of white girls seducing Black Men and having them lynched for tape

    These teens want to Social Media stars?
    Fine.
    So be it!

    Doxx em. Expose them. Let the entire World take a good look. Same with those adult "chaperones" that accompanied them into the Howard U. Cafeteria -- and their silent Pennsylvania School -- all of whom apparently thinks this is "all too funny" & "no big deal" also.

    Sure, you're free to speak -- And here come The Consequences of your own words and actions.

    The Internet is forever.
    To quote that 21-year-old carrying a Tiki Torch last week, when Video of him went viral:

    "My Life Is Ruined!"

    Sure, long history….just like Tawana Brawley’s and…what was the name of the stripper/hooker “raped” at Duke?

    I heard she was actually raped by a guy named Haven Monihan. Is there a statue of Mr. Monihan somewhere we can tear down?

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  78. Thea says:
    @Peter Akuleyev

    The real racists are the ones attacking and harassing others for having wrong color of skin or wearing a cap with phrase, which they find ‘offensive’.
     
    Bullshit. You sound just like an SJW, just with the colors reversed. Blacks walking around in public snatching peoples' MAGA hats would be offensive, sure. But black students have every right to protect their culture in their own house and demand that visitors respect that culture, the same way that Americans should have the right to demand that Muslim visitors respect our culture. These idiot girls walked into the Howard University dining hall looking for attention. If a group of teenagers walked into a Notre Dame dining hall wearing t-shirts that said "f*ck the pope", I would support the right of students to demand those teen-agers take the shirts off or leave. Freedom of speech should not cover being deliberately offensive.

    Ideally blacks would consider their fellow Americans of all races part of their community.

    At least that’s what we were told they wanted by MLK.

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  79. Jake says:

    Commenter Alec Leamas explains:

    Some people are just Extra-Citizens with superior rights. Such as the right to snatch a hat from your head because they don’t like what it says.

    Look Steve, our country has a long and sad history of white teenage girls killing black men in broad daylight. You need to get #woke.”

    That aint it. It’s that the evil, white girls have a long history of enticing black men to rape them. White women cause black men to rape and should be punished for doing so.

    Yes, the Numinous Negro is a natural Mohammedan.

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    I think you're onto it.

    Guns cause armed robberies and murders.
    Pretty white chicks cause rape.
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  80. Surely the police for Howard University or Washington are issuing a statement any day about their arrest of the male Negro who assaulted (and what he did is, incontrovertibly, assault) these teenagers (possibly minors?) – or are the police in Washington recruiting officers from Rotherham now as part of an exchange programme?

    Another point, though: where is Hell were the father, brother, or other male chaperone of these young ladies, and why in God’s name did he permit them to enter a cafeteria teeming with Negros unaccompanied. What vapid fools are they themselves to not know better?

    Instinctively, I want to protect females of my race (its biochemically programmed into us all); intellectually, of course, I realise there is no stoppiing a determined suicide.

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    Those whom we see as distant cousins engender protective instincts.

    This is why appearance matters so much. Skin-deep is Marianas Trench depth, and that's just hardwired biology.

    But science is suspect now, because it offers up too many truths that conflict with emotion-based biases. Which ironically is also hardwired biology.
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  81. The teenagers who wore MAGA hats to Howard aren’t martyrs for free speech

    A. If they’d been young men, would the headline stand? Even if some didn’t survive the event (a high likelihood?)
    B. These girls were actually lucky they weren’t assaulted. HU blacks undoubtedly read about Mugabe’s recent decision that blacks who murder(ed) whites get a free pass.
    C. I know “kids” in college are supposed to be all grown up, but what actual adult thought this was a good idea.

    D. How many of these girls would have been down with their fun little stunt if they were familiar with what happened to Channon Christian or Christina Eilman.

    I never cease to be amazed at how carelessly people live.

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    I never cease to be amazed at how carelessly people live.
     
    Me too. Some people seem to go through life as if it were a video-game, where you can back up and get a redo.
    , @Jim Don Bob

    I never cease to be amazed at how carelessly people live.
     
    Agreed. There are a lot of GoodWhites, especially young ones, who either have no experience with blacks other than the Talented Tenth or whose school brain washing prevents them from seeing reality.

    My daughter drove across the country last year and I told her as gently as I could to stay away from black people. Her car broke down in Idaho and many of the locals helped her out. She raved at how "nice", the highest of female compliments, everybody was. I refrained from pointing out that these people lived in a high trust environment, i.e., white, so they could afford to be "nice".
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  82. Whadaya know — dindus seem to want racial segregation in skooz (did I pronounce that right?) after all.

    Not exactly a Jim Crow reprise. Let’s just call it Jitavious Crow.

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  83. The Best News of all this is that Howard is obviously at the forefront of the larger “Higher Ed Circles the Drain” crash and burn.

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  84. Deckin says:
    @International Jew
    It reads "mahút", which means "Essence" — her first name. Beats me why she put it there, though. Mahút is not anyone's name, that I've ever heard of.

    Nicholas Mahut is a fairly good singles player on the men’s pro tennis tour and one half of one of the best doubles teams.

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    Probably a coincidence that Mahut is a French name.
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  85. @Anonymous
    OT

    Desperate appeal for noblesse oblige (must be washed down with back-patting and appeals to self-interest though):


    The One Thing Jews Should Be Doing To Combat White Supremacy
    By Peter Beinart August 22, 2017

    What did you think when you heard the Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville chant, “Jews will not replace us?” Fear, of course. Bewilderment, perhaps, anger. But I bet a lot of Jews felt another emotion, which they’re less likely to articulate in public: Snobbery. “Replace you? Where, behind the counter at Wendy’s? We’re successful, industrious, upper-middle class. You’re the dregs of society. Replace you? Don’t kid yourselves. When it comes to America’s class hierarchy, we replaced you and your kind long ago.”
     

    Got your attention?

    ... Today’s anti-Semitism emanates less from society’s elites than from the people who feel victimized by them. This doesn’t mean the new anti-Semitism isn’t dangerous. It doesn’t mean Jews shouldn’t respond with outrage and mobilization. But it does mean that, if only to protect ourselves, we must combat the economic and cultural dysfunction that is contributing to Neo-Nazism’s rise.

    ... What would it mean for American Jews to combat not merely Neo-Nazism but the conditions that contribute to it? For American Jewish organizations, it would require opposing economic policies like the Republican assault on Obamacare and the upper-income tax cuts the GOP is pushing this fall, policies that widen the chasm between America’s rich and poor. It would require pushing for more funding for the treatment of opioid addiction, the kind of issue that American Jewish groups don’t typically consider part of their agenda.

    For synagogues, countering the conditions that produce Neo-Nazism might involve assisting a church in a troubled area. Why? Because according to University of Virginia sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox, white working class Americans who attend church are less likely to experience divorce, addiction, and financial distress. Church attendance also eases the “alienation and purposelessness” that, according to the Post, characterizes many of the young men who drift towards Neo-Nazism.

    To some Jews, these proposals might sound bizarre, even offensive. We’re supposed to help people who want us dead? What about all those non-Nazis who face economic and cultural problems? Don’t they have a better claim on our concern?

    ... The point is that because Jews occupy a different place in contemporary American society than did Jews in other societies facing rising anti-Semitism, we can respond in different ways. Of course, as Jews have for centuries, we must band together for self-protection. But as a successful, well-established, political influential community, we can also confront the dysfunction and despair that leads some of our fellow Americans to scapegoat us.
     

    [W]e must band together for self-protection.

    Heaven forfend the white people do so, though; that’d be racist and against Hebrews. (None of this “Semite” nonsense; I’m leaving, e.g., the Arabs out of this business, because at least they are generally forthright, rather than dissembling, about their contempt and efforts to destroy us.)

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  86. @International Jew
    It reads "mahút", which means "Essence" — her first name. Beats me why she put it there, though. Mahút is not anyone's name, that I've ever heard of.

    Perhaps she is a journalist for the magazine of the sane name marketed to Negresses.

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  87. @Jake
    Commenter Alec Leamas explains:

    Some people are just Extra-Citizens with superior rights. Such as the right to snatch a hat from your head because they don’t like what it says.

    Look Steve, our country has a long and sad history of white teenage girls killing black men in broad daylight. You need to get #woke."

    That aint it. It's that the evil, white girls have a long history of enticing black men to rape them. White women cause black men to rape and should be punished for doing so.

    Yes, the Numinous Negro is a natural Mohammedan.

    I think you’re onto it.

    Guns cause armed robberies and murders.
    Pretty white chicks cause rape.

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  88. Mark Caplan says: • Website
    @Anonymous
    OT

    Desperate appeal for noblesse oblige (must be washed down with back-patting and appeals to self-interest though):


    The One Thing Jews Should Be Doing To Combat White Supremacy
    By Peter Beinart August 22, 2017

    What did you think when you heard the Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville chant, “Jews will not replace us?” Fear, of course. Bewilderment, perhaps, anger. But I bet a lot of Jews felt another emotion, which they’re less likely to articulate in public: Snobbery. “Replace you? Where, behind the counter at Wendy’s? We’re successful, industrious, upper-middle class. You’re the dregs of society. Replace you? Don’t kid yourselves. When it comes to America’s class hierarchy, we replaced you and your kind long ago.”
     

    Got your attention?

    ... Today’s anti-Semitism emanates less from society’s elites than from the people who feel victimized by them. This doesn’t mean the new anti-Semitism isn’t dangerous. It doesn’t mean Jews shouldn’t respond with outrage and mobilization. But it does mean that, if only to protect ourselves, we must combat the economic and cultural dysfunction that is contributing to Neo-Nazism’s rise.

    ... What would it mean for American Jews to combat not merely Neo-Nazism but the conditions that contribute to it? For American Jewish organizations, it would require opposing economic policies like the Republican assault on Obamacare and the upper-income tax cuts the GOP is pushing this fall, policies that widen the chasm between America’s rich and poor. It would require pushing for more funding for the treatment of opioid addiction, the kind of issue that American Jewish groups don’t typically consider part of their agenda.

    For synagogues, countering the conditions that produce Neo-Nazism might involve assisting a church in a troubled area. Why? Because according to University of Virginia sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox, white working class Americans who attend church are less likely to experience divorce, addiction, and financial distress. Church attendance also eases the “alienation and purposelessness” that, according to the Post, characterizes many of the young men who drift towards Neo-Nazism.

    To some Jews, these proposals might sound bizarre, even offensive. We’re supposed to help people who want us dead? What about all those non-Nazis who face economic and cultural problems? Don’t they have a better claim on our concern?

    ... The point is that because Jews occupy a different place in contemporary American society than did Jews in other societies facing rising anti-Semitism, we can respond in different ways. Of course, as Jews have for centuries, we must band together for self-protection. But as a successful, well-established, political influential community, we can also confront the dysfunction and despair that leads some of our fellow Americans to scapegoat us.
     

    In his latest Podcast No. 93 with guest Douglas Murray (The Strange Death of Europe), the Jewish public intellectual Sam Harris said he had no idea what was meant by “The Jews will not replace us.” Evidently he wasn’t curious enough to google it.

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  89. Erik L says:

    Back in med school we had a lawyer come in and teach us about torts. He has us read a famous case in which a black man who was participating in (I think) a sales meeting at a hotel had a plate of food in his hands and a hotel employee snatched it from him.

    The employee was successfully sued for assault (and possibly battery) even though he made no physical contact with the man. The violent snatching of something from someone’s hands was ruled assault

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    This behaviour is not merely tortious assault under case law: it is criminal assault, statutorily defined, in every jurisdiction in what used to be the U.S.A. (excepting perhaps some bizarre outlier I am unfamiliar with).
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  90. @27 year old
    A. Somebody needs to wife those girls up.

    B. What the fuck were the adults thinking, totally unrelated to the MAGA thing, why would you stop a group of White students at Howard U to eat? This makes no sense.

    Those girls haven’t read Derbyshire’s version of “The Talk.”

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  91. @Mr. Anon
    Wendy Williams strikes me as odd. I'm used to black women sounding recognizably black. I'm used to black women sounding, for lack of a better term, white - women like Condi Rice, Aisha Tyler, etc. However, I'm not used to black women who speak with a strong, characteristic New York accent. It strikes me as odd. Not bad. Just...............unfamiliar. And good for her, by the way.

    Williams, like Winfrey before her, is one of the few Negro celebrities who isn’t all in on black, blackety, black twenty-four / seven; at least in her public persona and presentation (I realise Winfrey is pretty far gone in her machinations, but her actual show appeals broadly to just about any female regardless of race; likewise with Williams). Williams, like many New Yorkers steeped in their roots as New Yorkers (vs. as cosmopolitan jackasses) – Donald Trump, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Colin Quinn, Jerry Seinfeld, Rudolph Giuliani, Eddie Murphy, Mel Brooks, etc. – are comfortable acknowldging and even joking about race, yet not big fans of race-hustling and otherwise unhealthily obsessing about it for cash and prizes or to excuse one’s failures.

    Of course, there are plenty of Lena Dunhams and Whoopi Goldbergs contra my observation, but the archetypical New Yorkers I rattled off in the precious paragraph are instantly recognisable ad such by their very speech: I actually encounted all the counter-examples in a list of famous New Yorkers I reviewed to disprove my hypothesis, and I had had no idea most of these counter-examples were in fact New Yorkers until I saw them on the list….

    I wonder to what extent New York’s extensive ethnic neighbourhoods helps people from there be both comfortable with their own ethnic identity as Jews, Negroes, Italians, Irish, etc. yet still interact with others without a chip on their shoulders: all in the way that good fences make good neighbours, just as Southern whites and blacks actually understand and coexist more successfully than those in other parts of the country do (because long use evolved a system for relatively amenable coexistence). If there is something to the idea, the increasing demands by the so-called elite that all races and ethnies must be commingled granularly and denied freedom of association in distinct territories and communities will not bode well….

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  92. Mr. Anon says:
    @James Richard
    Denzel Washington also sounds like he could be from nowhere else.

    Denzel Washington also sounds like he could be from nowhere else.

    I never noticed that about him; I always thought he was from the south. Lawrence Fishburne did a really good New York accent in the movie “21″ – in fact his accent, and role, were the only good parts of that otherwise entirely forgettable movie. I’ve heard him do a very convincing english yob accent as well. There are a few actors who remind you that acting can actually be a skilled profession.

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  93. @Anon
    The Confederates were not recognizably extremists in any way. What this, and the counter-example of Stalin and communism, demonstrates is that it's not about the horrible things you do, but about who tells the story.

    Why is no one calling for the desecration and denunciation of Grant’s tomb or a change to the fifty-dollar bill?

    The man owned slaves.

    Oh? You didn’t know that? Why, it’s as if the victors selectively present the history, with self-interested goals….

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    Autochton:

    I've got news for you regarding Grant. This very day he is being denounced and desecration of his tomb being sought for some actions he took against Jews at the end of the War of Northern Aggression (aka, America's Civil War).
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  94. Mr. Anon says:
    @dc.sunsets

    The teenagers who wore MAGA hats to Howard aren’t martyrs for free speech
     
    A. If they'd been young men, would the headline stand? Even if some didn't survive the event (a high likelihood?)
    B. These girls were actually lucky they weren't assaulted. HU blacks undoubtedly read about Mugabe's recent decision that blacks who murder(ed) whites get a free pass.
    C. I know "kids" in college are supposed to be all grown up, but what actual adult thought this was a good idea.

    D. How many of these girls would have been down with their fun little stunt if they were familiar with what happened to Channon Christian or Christina Eilman.

    I never cease to be amazed at how carelessly people live.

    I never cease to be amazed at how carelessly people live.

    Me too. Some people seem to go through life as if it were a video-game, where you can back up and get a redo.

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  95. @Erik L
    Back in med school we had a lawyer come in and teach us about torts. He has us read a famous case in which a black man who was participating in (I think) a sales meeting at a hotel had a plate of food in his hands and a hotel employee snatched it from him.

    The employee was successfully sued for assault (and possibly battery) even though he made no physical contact with the man. The violent snatching of something from someone's hands was ruled assault

    This behaviour is not merely tortious assault under case law: it is criminal assault, statutorily defined, in every jurisdiction in what used to be the U.S.A. (excepting perhaps some bizarre outlier I am unfamiliar with).

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    Thanks. I assume the snatcher will soon be charged...
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  96. I think the term “Becky” for white women originated with this song:

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  97. The sister is just jealous of their skinny white asses, which are more highly prized than the resident booty on that campus.

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    No, no, no. Black women believe their outsize proportions are desirable, just as they believe that they speak English.
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  98. @Peter Akuleyev

    The real racists are the ones attacking and harassing others for having wrong color of skin or wearing a cap with phrase, which they find ‘offensive’.
     
    Bullshit. You sound just like an SJW, just with the colors reversed. Blacks walking around in public snatching peoples' MAGA hats would be offensive, sure. But black students have every right to protect their culture in their own house and demand that visitors respect that culture, the same way that Americans should have the right to demand that Muslim visitors respect our culture. These idiot girls walked into the Howard University dining hall looking for attention. If a group of teenagers walked into a Notre Dame dining hall wearing t-shirts that said "f*ck the pope", I would support the right of students to demand those teen-agers take the shirts off or leave. Freedom of speech should not cover being deliberately offensive.

    HU is “black land.”

    What, pray tell, is “white land?” Where in the USA would it be appropriate for non-blacks to snatch BLM hats off black people’s heads?

    You’re making an open case for Separatists.

    Freedom of speech should not cover being deliberately offensive.

    So you’re saying things to which anyone objects should be made illegal?
    Are you suggesting that “offensive speech” justifies physical attack? Just curious where you think this goes.

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  99. Mr. Anon says:
    @Anonym
    These high school girls are too skinny and underdeveloped for my tastes but I like their politics.

    These high school girls are too skinny and underdeveloped for my tastes but I like their politics.

    uh, and……………they’re high school girls.

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    I didn't start with the appreciation comments. And my comment was specifically about my non-appreciation except for the politics.
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  100. @Autochthon
    Surely the police for Howard University or Washington are issuing a statement any day about their arrest of the male Negro who assaulted (and what he did is, incontrovertibly, assault) these teenagers (possibly minors?) – or are the police in Washington recruiting officers from Rotherham now as part of an exchange programme?

    Another point, though: where is Hell were the father, brother, or other male chaperone of these young ladies, and why in God's name did he permit them to enter a cafeteria teeming with Negros unaccompanied. What vapid fools are they themselves to not know better?

    Instinctively, I want to protect females of my race (its biochemically programmed into us all); intellectually, of course, I realise there is no stoppiing a determined suicide.

    Those whom we see as distant cousins engender protective instincts.

    This is why appearance matters so much. Skin-deep is Marianas Trench depth, and that’s just hardwired biology.

    But science is suspect now, because it offers up too many truths that conflict with emotion-based biases. Which ironically is also hardwired biology.

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  101. BB753 says:
    @AndrewR
    I'm more concerned about how they're all dressed like sluts. A bit of exposure to the downsides of modernity is good for them.

    All young women dress like sluts today, starting from age 11. It seems their parents don’t object to their little princesses walking around half-naked. Anything else is hetero-patriarchal opression. But it’s also opression if you stare at them. Go figure!

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    All young women dress like sluts today, starting from age 11. It seems their parents don’t object to their little princesses walking around half-naked. Anything else is hetero-patriarchal opression. But it’s also opression if you stare at them. Go figure!
     
    I once stood by while two women (40-somethings) discussed how happy they were that their daughters, coeds at the time, were getting "the Full College Experice" (which explicitly included casual sex.) One woman was a pharmaceutical rep, the other an RN.

    They weren't uneducated, just ignorant.
    , @AM

    It seems their parents don’t object to their little princesses walking around half-naked.
     
    Just having this convo with about ready to hit HS daughter and husband. It's the same princess effect extended into the teenage years. They want short shorts and Dad (in particular)/Mom won't argue. "Teenage girls", roll their eyes, hand out the cash.

    Why do girls want short shorts? Because "all" the other girls dress that way. Who starts the trend? Teenage girls whose need affection from boys who didn't get it in any manner from their parents. It's an unholy alliance of broken girls+cluelessness+Mom and Dad checking out of the parenting process.


    But it’s also opression if you stare at them.
     
    The healthy girls don't actually want to be stared at, because it really does turn them into an object. But they also want to fit in with all the other girls. Unfortunately for them, the only real answer is: if you don't want to be treated like an object, dress well and modestly. It's unfortunate all the other girls are jumping off of their cliffs, but it is what is. It's profoundly unfair to the boys to wander around mostly naked(and with fashions that say "Look at my behind") and insist that they don't stare.
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  102. @dc.sunsets

    The teenagers who wore MAGA hats to Howard aren’t martyrs for free speech
     
    A. If they'd been young men, would the headline stand? Even if some didn't survive the event (a high likelihood?)
    B. These girls were actually lucky they weren't assaulted. HU blacks undoubtedly read about Mugabe's recent decision that blacks who murder(ed) whites get a free pass.
    C. I know "kids" in college are supposed to be all grown up, but what actual adult thought this was a good idea.

    D. How many of these girls would have been down with their fun little stunt if they were familiar with what happened to Channon Christian or Christina Eilman.

    I never cease to be amazed at how carelessly people live.

    I never cease to be amazed at how carelessly people live.

    Agreed. There are a lot of GoodWhites, especially young ones, who either have no experience with blacks other than the Talented Tenth or whose school brain washing prevents them from seeing reality.

    My daughter drove across the country last year and I told her as gently as I could to stay away from black people. Her car broke down in Idaho and many of the locals helped her out. She raved at how “nice”, the highest of female compliments, everybody was. I refrained from pointing out that these people lived in a high trust environment, i.e., white, so they could afford to be “nice”.

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    I reiterate: You might have shown her the news reports of what happened to Christina Eilman (much less Channon Christian or uncountable other young women) at the hands of Not-Nice people in "historically black ghettos" like that where Ms. Eilman was dropped off by a couple of Affirmative Action hires at the Chicago Police Department (reportedly it was two black female officers who intentionally dropped off a 21-year-old blonde, without her cell phone, wearing short-shorts and a cutoff top, next to the INFAMOUS Robert Taylor Homes housing project.)

    I never had daughters, but watching my granddaughters makes me think following them around with a Dirty Harry mindset (and hardware) is attractive.

    Misunderstanding the risks of being targeted for violent crime, even if they're small, is rolling the dice on a fate truly worse than death itself.

    Another woman who rolled and lost: Lori Roscetti. I simply cannot understand how young women can blithely walk around alone, travel alone, and think they're safe. They are not. They are easy prey for anyone who just happens to stumble upon them. The predators may not be under every rock and behind every tree, but all it takes is a bit of "bad luck."

    Do a Search for those women's names and give your daughter a copy. It's not a safe world.
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  103. Mr. Anon says:
    @Lot
    Hard to have non stylistic cultural influence when your lyrics don't make sense.

    In the time of chimpanzee I was a monkey, an albino, a mosquito, my libido.

    Hard to have non stylistic cultural influence when your lyrics don’t make sense.

    In the time of chimpanzee I was a monkey, an albino, a mosquito, my libido.

    I like the Weird Al version better:

    Smells Like Nirvanna

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  104. Bill says:
    @Lot
    There is zero evidence that antisemitism is significant or growing in white middle America. Rather it is overwhelmingly a Muslim and far left phenomenon.

    Doesn’t the ADL or B’nai B’rith do some farcical survey every year documenting how very anti-semitic Americans are?

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  105. Bill says:
    @Tiny Duck
    There was a long history of white girls seducing Black Men and having them lynched for tape

    These teens want to Social Media stars?
    Fine.
    So be it!

    Doxx em. Expose them. Let the entire World take a good look. Same with those adult "chaperones" that accompanied them into the Howard U. Cafeteria -- and their silent Pennsylvania School -- all of whom apparently thinks this is "all too funny" & "no big deal" also.

    Sure, you're free to speak -- And here come The Consequences of your own words and actions.

    The Internet is forever.
    To quote that 21-year-old carrying a Tiki Torch last week, when Video of him went viral:

    "My Life Is Ruined!"

    There was a long history of white girls seducing Black Men and having them lynched for tape

    Typo. Should read “lynched with tape.”

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  106. Whiskey says: • Website

    Probability of hot girls showing up at Caltech? Zero,

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  107. Sertorius says:

    Those girls remind me of the time a part time student/fulltime stripper crashed one of my seminars here at Land Grant U–a quite intelligent lass, it turned out, but she had the unfortunate habit of punctuating her every utterance with a head tilt and subsequent cascade of long blonde hair that she would then gather up and stroke back into place. “Unfortunate” because I also had another coed in class–an otherwise affable Talented Tenth type–who would literally vibrate in her chair as she stared at every variation in the floorshow. (Of course, the white girl–who it turned out had “interned” in a variety of gentlemen’s clubs down in the ATL–knew exactly what she was doing, though no doubt “looked like she would cut a bitch” wasn’t necessarily just a phrase in that milieu.)

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  108. Bill says:
    @Peter Akuleyev

    The real racists are the ones attacking and harassing others for having wrong color of skin or wearing a cap with phrase, which they find ‘offensive’.
     
    Bullshit. You sound just like an SJW, just with the colors reversed. Blacks walking around in public snatching peoples' MAGA hats would be offensive, sure. But black students have every right to protect their culture in their own house and demand that visitors respect that culture, the same way that Americans should have the right to demand that Muslim visitors respect our culture. These idiot girls walked into the Howard University dining hall looking for attention. If a group of teenagers walked into a Notre Dame dining hall wearing t-shirts that said "f*ck the pope", I would support the right of students to demand those teen-agers take the shirts off or leave. Freedom of speech should not cover being deliberately offensive.

    So, it’s OK for whites to chase blacks out of their neighborhoods with baseball bats, right?

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  109. EssenceDalton holds the record for the slowest reply in the history of trash talk—25 years to reply to the first 30 seconds of this video.

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  110. J1234 says:

    The teenagers who wore MAGA hats to Howard aren’t martyrs for free speech

    More journalists who are tired of this first amendment crap.

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  111. Lurker says:
    @Anonym
    These high school girls are too skinny and underdeveloped for my tastes but I like their politics.

    Indeed. Ironically I kind of prefer ‘thick’ girls.

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    And I'm sure those grapes were sour anyway.
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  112. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    “I’ve had so much success over the decades getting my coinages to go viral …”

    Sailer’s preference for “Ctrl-Left” vs. Trump’s preference for “Alt-Left” probably explains why Trump is president and Sailer is not. I would guess that Sailer is a much stronger writer than oral communicator, whereas Trump is definitely the latter – despite his simplistic speaking style. “Alt-Left” just sounds better when spoken than “Ctrl-Left” (also simpler because it has one fewer syllable). It is the spoken word that convinces the masses, not high-minded essays and well-written treatises with smartly written coinages.

    Coinages that go viral are the ones that sound good when spoken aloud.

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  113. @Peter Akuleyev

    The real racists are the ones attacking and harassing others for having wrong color of skin or wearing a cap with phrase, which they find ‘offensive’.
     
    Bullshit. You sound just like an SJW, just with the colors reversed. Blacks walking around in public snatching peoples' MAGA hats would be offensive, sure. But black students have every right to protect their culture in their own house and demand that visitors respect that culture, the same way that Americans should have the right to demand that Muslim visitors respect our culture. These idiot girls walked into the Howard University dining hall looking for attention. If a group of teenagers walked into a Notre Dame dining hall wearing t-shirts that said "f*ck the pope", I would support the right of students to demand those teen-agers take the shirts off or leave. Freedom of speech should not cover being deliberately offensive.

    Freedom of speech should not cover being deliberately offensive.

    That’s exactly the sort of speech it should and does cover.

    ETA: And when did MAGA become racially offensive?

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  114. @Lot
    There is zero evidence that antisemitism is significant or growing in white middle America. Rather it is overwhelmingly a Muslim and far left phenomenon.

    There is zero evidence that antisemitism is significant or growing in white middle America. Rather it is overwhelmingly a Muslim and far left phenomenon.

    That depends. Do you mean irrational hatred and loathing of Jews? Then, I’d say no.

    But if you mean antisemitism as noticing in Joe Sobran’s telling that “[a]n anti-Semite used to mean a man who hated Jews. Now it means a man who is hated by Jews.”

    Few prole whites have hatred of Jews for killing the Messiah or somesuch and have actually become somewhat philosemetic due to Israel being “our greatest ally.” But some are noticing precisely who it is who hates them with increasing frequency.

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    Few prole whites have hatred of Jews for killing the Messiah or somesuch and have actually become somewhat philosemetic due to Israel being “our greatest ally.” But some are noticing precisely who it is who hates them with increasing frequency.

    Trump's election back in November (and the time that's elapsed since then) has been very eye opening and disturbing for me. I occasionally peruse liberal Twitter just for laughs or to see how the other side thinks, and the constant sky-is-falling comparisons to Hitler or Naziism on liberal and liberal Jewish journalists twitters were first hilarious, then stale, and finally downright insulting. This is what they think of is? For wanting stronger borders and a stronger manufacturing economy, this is what they think of us? We're a bunch of Nazis?!
    , @Lot
    I think you overestimate (1) the ability of "white proles" to identify who is Jewish (2) the number who consume enough political media to tally up the Jew ratios of the pro and anti Trump people.
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  115. @Dan Hayes
    Steve,

    Sorry to disagree with you but Charles Rangel does not strike me as having a NYC accent. Somehow it sounds quasi-southern.

    One of the few things that I respect Rangel for is his call to reinstate the draft so as to stop this country's recent endless and useless wars. Another attribute is that he served quite honorably in the Korean War!

    No can do! SS has made up its mind about CR so there is no U turn on it and besides. the Korean conflict was a long time ago… how does it benefit the WN cause today?

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  116. @Clyde
    Who is paying for this incubator of racists, Howard University to even exist? My guess is lots of Federal money gets poured into Howard and squandered, of course. That without The Feds, Howard would be dead.

    You could probably say the same thing about an awful lot of universities. And I wouldn’t argue at all with the idea that ceasing the federal $$ is a darn good idea.

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  117. Cortes says:
    @Peter Akuleyev
    Sailer for the most part seems to me to be taking a fairly distanced "wait-and-see" stance on Trump as President, which is smart given how unpredictable Trump is. On the current trajectory Trump is doing for HBD and immigration controls what Hitler did for eugenics or the Confederacy did for slavery. Historically extremists defending moderately extreme positions don't usually succeed in making those positions more socially acceptable, they just make things much, much worse. Scott Adams is looking increasingly insane, don't want to end up like that guy.

    All these attempts to push the Overton window to the right seem to be backfiring badly and empowering even more lefty craziness. And the lefties do have the demographics and a lot of corporate clout behind them. The same way it took conservative Republicans to reach out to China (Nixon) or reach out to the Soviets (Reagan), it will probably require a moderate Democrat, ideally Asian, to speak sense on racial issues. But it may be too late.

    Maybe Robert Lee could start the process of talking sense on race as he appears to have a bit more free time now that one of his gigs has been cancelled:

    http://theduran.com/robert-lee-removed-from-football-broadcast-by-espn-for-political-correctness-reasons/

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    The Asian Marse Robert was put on another game.
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  118. CCZ says:

    And in other Howard University news:

    “Howard University Appoints James Comey 2017 Opening Convocation Keynote Speaker and Endowed Chair in Public Policy

    Washington, DC – August 23, 2017- Howard University appoints James Comey as this year’s Opening Convocation keynote speaker and the 2017-2018 Gwendolyn S. and Colbert I. King Endowed Chair in Public Policy. Mr. Comey will kick off the school year with an address to the University and engage the Howard community through a lecture series designed to foster fruitful discussion and spur meaningful interaction.”

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    CCZ:

    Comey and Howard University: a pair well met; they deserve each other!
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  119. Do they still practice Affirmative Action at Howard?

    The school is 95% black, 1.9% white, 1.4% asian and 0.8% native American. Where is the diversity?

    Other stats:
    49% acceptance rate: which blacks are they turning away to benefit which other blacks?
    Average SAT: 550M, 555V
    67% female, 33% male – I can’t imagine the fight for the black males
    Tuition: $25,000
    R&B: $10,000
    40% graduate within 4 years, 60% within 6 years
    67% offered full time employment within 6 months after graduation (probably mostly in the public sector, or as diversity enforcers in the private sector, even though they came from the least diverse school)

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    Tuition?!
    Don't make me laugh. My assumption is that 99% of attendees have all the Federal Grant Money available. Another 99% probability is that most students there attend for FREE (to them, surely not to the YT taxpayer.)

    If there are three students there who are paying Full Price, I'd be awestruck.
    , @StillCARealist
    Thanks. now we know the real problem. 67% female.

    The ladies there are in a heated competition for the few eligible men, and then these hot blond chicks walk in. I'd be pissed too.

    Can you imagine what the females at that school do to get male attention? They must spend long hours on hair, makeup, clothing, nails, working out. Dang, what a pain. It's enough to turn anyone into a lazy, single tomboy. Or maybe I'm thinking like a white, middle class female. Perhaps they just get pregnant by any drunken fool and that satisfies them. I guess I'm still thinking white and middle class.
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  120. @wren
    OT:

    I hope Steve can help get the term "ctrl left" into the general lexicon.

    I keep seeing alt left these days, and ctrl left is a better term.

    No, it doesnt.

    Alt Left was what hooked, and that’s what is gonna be used.

    “Ctrl Left” doesn’t make much sense unless you spend two minutes explaining it, which makes it pretty useless in memetic terms.

    Its like how some guys on the spectrum got damn near militant because cuckservative caught on over their pet term “refaklican” (re-FAKE-lican) or something along those words.

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    I think Crtl Left is the perfect term because of the linguistic balance with Alt Right
    , @AM

    Alt Left was what hooked, and that’s what is gonna be used.
     
    It's funny how a small few seemed so determined to have their word, like they have a choice or can influence the matter. Words like that are organic, group decisions. Yes, Ctrl-left is yes, clever, but requires too much explanation. It's dead.
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  121. Of course women with de facto pubic hair growing out of their heads are going to be triggered by long blonde tresses.

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  122. @Anonymous
    OT

    Desperate appeal for noblesse oblige (must be washed down with back-patting and appeals to self-interest though):


    The One Thing Jews Should Be Doing To Combat White Supremacy
    By Peter Beinart August 22, 2017

    What did you think when you heard the Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville chant, “Jews will not replace us?” Fear, of course. Bewilderment, perhaps, anger. But I bet a lot of Jews felt another emotion, which they’re less likely to articulate in public: Snobbery. “Replace you? Where, behind the counter at Wendy’s? We’re successful, industrious, upper-middle class. You’re the dregs of society. Replace you? Don’t kid yourselves. When it comes to America’s class hierarchy, we replaced you and your kind long ago.”
     

    Got your attention?

    ... Today’s anti-Semitism emanates less from society’s elites than from the people who feel victimized by them. This doesn’t mean the new anti-Semitism isn’t dangerous. It doesn’t mean Jews shouldn’t respond with outrage and mobilization. But it does mean that, if only to protect ourselves, we must combat the economic and cultural dysfunction that is contributing to Neo-Nazism’s rise.

    ... What would it mean for American Jews to combat not merely Neo-Nazism but the conditions that contribute to it? For American Jewish organizations, it would require opposing economic policies like the Republican assault on Obamacare and the upper-income tax cuts the GOP is pushing this fall, policies that widen the chasm between America’s rich and poor. It would require pushing for more funding for the treatment of opioid addiction, the kind of issue that American Jewish groups don’t typically consider part of their agenda.

    For synagogues, countering the conditions that produce Neo-Nazism might involve assisting a church in a troubled area. Why? Because according to University of Virginia sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox, white working class Americans who attend church are less likely to experience divorce, addiction, and financial distress. Church attendance also eases the “alienation and purposelessness” that, according to the Post, characterizes many of the young men who drift towards Neo-Nazism.

    To some Jews, these proposals might sound bizarre, even offensive. We’re supposed to help people who want us dead? What about all those non-Nazis who face economic and cultural problems? Don’t they have a better claim on our concern?

    ... The point is that because Jews occupy a different place in contemporary American society than did Jews in other societies facing rising anti-Semitism, we can respond in different ways. Of course, as Jews have for centuries, we must band together for self-protection. But as a successful, well-established, political influential community, we can also confront the dysfunction and despair that leads some of our fellow Americans to scapegoat us.
     

    “Jews will not replace us” – I don’t think these people meant Jews will replace whites with Jews, but that Jews will replace whites with all other non-whites.

    Peter Beinart shouldn’t be too cocky. His tribe is not as smart as they think. Their push for open borders will come back to bite them in the arse eventually. Europe is already experiencing a huge spike in anti-semitism, brought on by the Muslim onslaught. America will soon follow. Muslims will take care of the Jews when they hit critical mass. It’s already starting. “Students for Justice in Palestine” is now one of the fastest growing groups on college campuses, and they are openly anti-semitic, even at Berkeley.

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    "Muslims will take care of the Jews when they hit critical mass."

    They hit critical mass in the Middle East more than a millennium ago, and outnumber Jews there by what - 30 to 1 ? How's that working out for them?
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  123. wren says:
    @Percy Gryce
    Trinity Washington is across the street from the Catholic University of America and the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception--not the National Cathedral. They're not even in the same quadrant: Trinity/CUA/Basilica are in Northeast D.C. and the National Cathedral is in Northwest D.C.

    Thank you, you are right. The structure at the Catholic University of America is referred to as the “National Shrine,” which is probably the root of my confusion.

    http://www.nationalshrine.com

    The National Cathedral is more impressive.

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    The National Cathedral is Gothic revival. The Basilica is neo-Byzantine.

    We Catholics like to say that the Episcopal church, which owns the National Cathedral, stole our style.
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  124. bomag says:
    @Alec Leamas
    Some people are just Extra-Citizens with superior rights. Such as the right to snatch a hat from your head because they don't like what it says.

    Look Steve, our country has a long and sad history of white teenage girls killing black men in broad daylight. You need to get #woke.

    history of…

    On the next round, OJ can claim self defense; legacy of slavery, triggering, and all that.

    Blonde women are an icon for Whiteness, and the OJ theme is illustrative: POC want them around for the good times, but right behind that is a savage hatred.

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  125. @wren
    Some blogger could probably write a nice piece on Trinity Washington University in Washington DC.

    It boasts a beautiful wooded campus in DC, right across the street from the National Cathedral, and can be proud of its many famous alumna, such as Nancy Pelosi, Kathleen Sebelius and Kellyanne Conway, amongst many others.

    Recently, the president of the university very publicly condemned Kellyanne Conway and Trump, so she shouldn't be concerned about a little light being shined on her university and the direction that she has taken it.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4238248/Kellyanne-Conway-attacked-alma-mater-president.html

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

    I would comment on the average SAT score or high school GPA required for admission, but the university doesn't require test scores for admission nor do they publicize GPA. They do accept 90% of applicants.

    Please make that “…and can be proud of its many famous alumnae, such as Nancy Pelosi, Kathleen Sebelius and Kellyanne Conway, amongst many others.”

    1 alumnus; 2 alumni
    1 alumna; 2 alumnae

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    Although all of the examples given were women, they were just that, examples. Presumably there are also some famous men who were graduated from the school, so "alumni" is actually correct here.
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  126. Dan Hayes says:
    @CCZ
    And in other Howard University news:

    "Howard University Appoints James Comey 2017 Opening Convocation Keynote Speaker and Endowed Chair in Public Policy

    Washington, DC – August 23, 2017- Howard University appoints James Comey as this year’s Opening Convocation keynote speaker and the 2017-2018 Gwendolyn S. and Colbert I. King Endowed Chair in Public Policy. Mr. Comey will kick off the school year with an address to the University and engage the Howard community through a lecture series designed to foster fruitful discussion and spur meaningful interaction."

    CCZ:

    Comey and Howard University: a pair well met; they deserve each other!

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  127. @Tiny Duck
    Those girls need a good rogering from a well endowed Black Man. They were trying to start something. I guarantee you they will be mothers of Children of Color in 5 years. I hope they are blackballed from employment until they apologize for their racism

    Phew!

    I finally got clarity on whether Tiny Duck was satire or serious.
    Sincerest apologies for being slow to the mark.

    Keep up the good work. There’s endless satirizing left for the Left.

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  128. @Incontrovertible
    Do they still practice Affirmative Action at Howard?

    The school is 95% black, 1.9% white, 1.4% asian and 0.8% native American. Where is the diversity?

    Other stats:
    49% acceptance rate: which blacks are they turning away to benefit which other blacks?
    Average SAT: 550M, 555V
    67% female, 33% male - I can't imagine the fight for the black males
    Tuition: $25,000
    R&B: $10,000
    40% graduate within 4 years, 60% within 6 years
    67% offered full time employment within 6 months after graduation (probably mostly in the public sector, or as diversity enforcers in the private sector, even though they came from the least diverse school)

    Tuition?!
    Don’t make me laugh. My assumption is that 99% of attendees have all the Federal Grant Money available. Another 99% probability is that most students there attend for FREE (to them, surely not to the YT taxpayer.)

    If there are three students there who are paying Full Price, I’d be awestruck.

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    You are not far off. Per their college dataset, 90% of undergrads apply for financial aid, 91% get it. 23% are on full ride. Of the rest, average aid is $16k. 82% took out loans. Average debt at graduation: $32k.

    Most popular undergrad majors:
    Business/Marketing
    Communication/Journalism
    Physical sciences
    Social sciences
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  129. @Jim Don Bob

    I never cease to be amazed at how carelessly people live.
     
    Agreed. There are a lot of GoodWhites, especially young ones, who either have no experience with blacks other than the Talented Tenth or whose school brain washing prevents them from seeing reality.

    My daughter drove across the country last year and I told her as gently as I could to stay away from black people. Her car broke down in Idaho and many of the locals helped her out. She raved at how "nice", the highest of female compliments, everybody was. I refrained from pointing out that these people lived in a high trust environment, i.e., white, so they could afford to be "nice".

    I reiterate: You might have shown her the news reports of what happened to Christina Eilman (much less Channon Christian or uncountable other young women) at the hands of Not-Nice people in “historically black ghettos” like that where Ms. Eilman was dropped off by a couple of Affirmative Action hires at the Chicago Police Department (reportedly it was two black female officers who intentionally dropped off a 21-year-old blonde, without her cell phone, wearing short-shorts and a cutoff top, next to the INFAMOUS Robert Taylor Homes housing project.)

    I never had daughters, but watching my granddaughters makes me think following them around with a Dirty Harry mindset (and hardware) is attractive.

    Misunderstanding the risks of being targeted for violent crime, even if they’re small, is rolling the dice on a fate truly worse than death itself.

    Another woman who rolled and lost: Lori Roscetti. I simply cannot understand how young women can blithely walk around alone, travel alone, and think they’re safe. They are not. They are easy prey for anyone who just happens to stumble upon them. The predators may not be under every rock and behind every tree, but all it takes is a bit of “bad luck.”

    Do a Search for those women’s names and give your daughter a copy. It’s not a safe world.

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  130. @BB753
    All young women dress like sluts today, starting from age 11. It seems their parents don't object to their little princesses walking around half-naked. Anything else is hetero-patriarchal opression. But it's also opression if you stare at them. Go figure!

    All young women dress like sluts today, starting from age 11. It seems their parents don’t object to their little princesses walking around half-naked. Anything else is hetero-patriarchal opression. But it’s also opression if you stare at them. Go figure!

    I once stood by while two women (40-somethings) discussed how happy they were that their daughters, coeds at the time, were getting “the Full College Experice” (which explicitly included casual sex.) One woman was a pharmaceutical rep, the other an RN.

    They weren’t uneducated, just ignorant.

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    They weren’t uneducated, just ignorant.
     
    They weren't ignorant either. Their attitude is a complete abdication of parental duties, probably because they either a)wanted to be promiscuous at that age or b)were that way and thinks everyone should be. In a real way, their children either give them cover for their sins or act out their fantasy life.

    It's hard to imagine even agnostic parents with 2 working brain cells who care for their children thinking "It's really great that they're sleeping around at age 19." Resigned, maybe. Happy, no.

    , @AndrewR
    Lemme guess: divorced and/or omega husbands.

    I can't imagine having children with a female who thinks promiscuity is not a vice.
    , @Corn
    I once stood by while two women (40-somethings) discussed how happy they were that their daughters, coeds at the time, were getting “the Full College Experice” (which explicitly included casual sex.) One woman was a pharmaceutical rep, the other an RN.

    Not to be too off color at Steve's site, but a coworker once explained the mechanics of a six man/one woman gangbang to me. When I observed that he seemed particularly knowledgeable on the subject he replied, "I've been to college parties."

    I want children dearly but sometimes I'm glad I don't have them. I'd hate to send a daughter to college nowadays.
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  131. whoever says: • Website
    @AndrewR
    I'm more concerned about how they're all dressed like sluts. A bit of exposure to the downsides of modernity is good for them.

    they’re all dressed like sluts.

    It’s summer. They’re wearing shorts. (ಠ︵ಠ)

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    Coochie cutters.
    , @Truth
    Yup Whoever, there are some strange Kats here.
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  132. AM says:
    @BB753
    All young women dress like sluts today, starting from age 11. It seems their parents don't object to their little princesses walking around half-naked. Anything else is hetero-patriarchal opression. But it's also opression if you stare at them. Go figure!

    It seems their parents don’t object to their little princesses walking around half-naked.

    Just having this convo with about ready to hit HS daughter and husband. It’s the same princess effect extended into the teenage years. They want short shorts and Dad (in particular)/Mom won’t argue. “Teenage girls”, roll their eyes, hand out the cash.

    Why do girls want short shorts? Because “all” the other girls dress that way. Who starts the trend? Teenage girls whose need affection from boys who didn’t get it in any manner from their parents. It’s an unholy alliance of broken girls+cluelessness+Mom and Dad checking out of the parenting process.

    But it’s also opression if you stare at them.

    The healthy girls don’t actually want to be stared at, because it really does turn them into an object. But they also want to fit in with all the other girls. Unfortunately for them, the only real answer is: if you don’t want to be treated like an object, dress well and modestly. It’s unfortunate all the other girls are jumping off of their cliffs, but it is what is. It’s profoundly unfair to the boys to wander around mostly naked(and with fashions that say “Look at my behind”) and insist that they don’t stare.

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    A woman who dresses like a slut while demanding to be treated like a lady is nothing more than a hypocritical, manipulative shrew. Don't think that a good number of these girls don't know that what they're doing is "profoundly unfair" ... that's the whole point. It's all one big power trip for them.
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  133. @Cortes
    Maybe Robert Lee could start the process of talking sense on race as he appears to have a bit more free time now that one of his gigs has been cancelled:

    http://theduran.com/robert-lee-removed-from-football-broadcast-by-espn-for-political-correctness-reasons/

    The Asian Marse Robert was put on another game.

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  134. AM says:
    @dc.sunsets

    All young women dress like sluts today, starting from age 11. It seems their parents don’t object to their little princesses walking around half-naked. Anything else is hetero-patriarchal opression. But it’s also opression if you stare at them. Go figure!
     
    I once stood by while two women (40-somethings) discussed how happy they were that their daughters, coeds at the time, were getting "the Full College Experice" (which explicitly included casual sex.) One woman was a pharmaceutical rep, the other an RN.

    They weren't uneducated, just ignorant.

    They weren’t uneducated, just ignorant.

    They weren’t ignorant either. Their attitude is a complete abdication of parental duties, probably because they either a)wanted to be promiscuous at that age or b)were that way and thinks everyone should be. In a real way, their children either give them cover for their sins or act out their fantasy life.

    It’s hard to imagine even agnostic parents with 2 working brain cells who care for their children thinking “It’s really great that they’re sleeping around at age 19.” Resigned, maybe. Happy, no.

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  135. Clyde says:
    @Tiny Duck
    Not to sound like a pervert but those young women look like fine examples of white womanhood. Makes it all the sweeter that they will be ravished by Men of Color and their racism will be exposed

    Those girls need a good rogering from a well endowed Black Man.

    So obvious that you are projecting. This “rogering” is what you crave you knave.

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  136. AndrewR says:
    @whoever

    they’re all dressed like sluts.
     
    It's summer. They're wearing shorts. (ಠ︵ಠ)

    Coochie cutters.

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  137. @Incontrovertible
    Do they still practice Affirmative Action at Howard?

    The school is 95% black, 1.9% white, 1.4% asian and 0.8% native American. Where is the diversity?

    Other stats:
    49% acceptance rate: which blacks are they turning away to benefit which other blacks?
    Average SAT: 550M, 555V
    67% female, 33% male - I can't imagine the fight for the black males
    Tuition: $25,000
    R&B: $10,000
    40% graduate within 4 years, 60% within 6 years
    67% offered full time employment within 6 months after graduation (probably mostly in the public sector, or as diversity enforcers in the private sector, even though they came from the least diverse school)

    Thanks. now we know the real problem. 67% female.

    The ladies there are in a heated competition for the few eligible men, and then these hot blond chicks walk in. I’d be pissed too.

    Can you imagine what the females at that school do to get male attention? They must spend long hours on hair, makeup, clothing, nails, working out. Dang, what a pain. It’s enough to turn anyone into a lazy, single tomboy. Or maybe I’m thinking like a white, middle class female. Perhaps they just get pregnant by any drunken fool and that satisfies them. I guess I’m still thinking white and middle class.

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    LOL. Just straightening their hair alone takes at least a few hours each day. No wonder they're always so angry.
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  138. AndrewR says:
    @dc.sunsets

    All young women dress like sluts today, starting from age 11. It seems their parents don’t object to their little princesses walking around half-naked. Anything else is hetero-patriarchal opression. But it’s also opression if you stare at them. Go figure!
     
    I once stood by while two women (40-somethings) discussed how happy they were that their daughters, coeds at the time, were getting "the Full College Experice" (which explicitly included casual sex.) One woman was a pharmaceutical rep, the other an RN.

    They weren't uneducated, just ignorant.

    Lemme guess: divorced and/or omega husbands.

    I can’t imagine having children with a female who thinks promiscuity is not a vice.

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  139. Anonym says:
    @Mr. Anon

    These high school girls are too skinny and underdeveloped for my tastes but I like their politics.
     
    uh, and...............they're high school girls.

    I didn’t start with the appreciation comments. And my comment was specifically about my non-appreciation except for the politics.

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  140. @AM

    They weren’t uneducated, just ignorant.
     
    They weren't ignorant either. Their attitude is a complete abdication of parental duties, probably because they either a)wanted to be promiscuous at that age or b)were that way and thinks everyone should be. In a real way, their children either give them cover for their sins or act out their fantasy life.

    It's hard to imagine even agnostic parents with 2 working brain cells who care for their children thinking "It's really great that they're sleeping around at age 19." Resigned, maybe. Happy, no.

    Just had a conversation yesterday with a dad whose attitude about his son sleeping with his girlfriend was complete insouciance. I suspect it’s cover for the fact that he’s annoyed at his own lack of authority and control over his house. Anyway, he told me that all the kids in the public high schools are losing their virginity by 14 and it was all a big game. His kid is just a winner in the big game. I think it portends nothing but disappointment and regret for all involved.

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    To be fair, a son sleeping around is not the same as a daughter sleeping around.
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  141. @Desiderius
    pretty much just an excuse to show a pic of hot young white chicks with great legs.

    The WaPo dies in clickbait.

    Those are high school girls. How dare you, sir?

    No, just kidding, go ahead and appreciate their beauty.

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  142. Tulip says:

    “triggered”

    Who’s pointing the gun?

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  143. @Lurker
    Indeed. Ironically I kind of prefer 'thick' girls.

    And I’m sure those grapes were sour anyway.

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  144. @Jack Hanson
    No, it doesnt.

    Alt Left was what hooked, and that's what is gonna be used.

    "Ctrl Left" doesn't make much sense unless you spend two minutes explaining it, which makes it pretty useless in memetic terms.

    Its like how some guys on the spectrum got damn near militant because cuckservative caught on over their pet term "refaklican" (re-FAKE-lican) or something along those words.

    I think Crtl Left is the perfect term because of the linguistic balance with Alt Right

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    There is great notional symmetry, but the new term has an extra syllable, which might be enough to prevent wide adoption.
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  145. Corn says:
    @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    There is zero evidence that antisemitism is significant or growing in white middle America. Rather it is overwhelmingly a Muslim and far left phenomenon.
     
    That depends. Do you mean irrational hatred and loathing of Jews? Then, I'd say no.

    But if you mean antisemitism as noticing in Joe Sobran's telling that "[a]n anti-Semite used to mean a man who hated Jews. Now it means a man who is hated by Jews."

    Few prole whites have hatred of Jews for killing the Messiah or somesuch and have actually become somewhat philosemetic due to Israel being "our greatest ally." But some are noticing precisely who it is who hates them with increasing frequency.

    Few prole whites have hatred of Jews for killing the Messiah or somesuch and have actually become somewhat philosemetic due to Israel being “our greatest ally.” But some are noticing precisely who it is who hates them with increasing frequency.

    Trump’s election back in November (and the time that’s elapsed since then) has been very eye opening and disturbing for me. I occasionally peruse liberal Twitter just for laughs or to see how the other side thinks, and the constant sky-is-falling comparisons to Hitler or Naziism on liberal and liberal Jewish journalists twitters were first hilarious, then stale, and finally downright insulting. This is what they think of is? For wanting stronger borders and a stronger manufacturing economy, this is what they think of us? We’re a bunch of Nazis?!

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  146. Corn says:
    @dc.sunsets

    All young women dress like sluts today, starting from age 11. It seems their parents don’t object to their little princesses walking around half-naked. Anything else is hetero-patriarchal opression. But it’s also opression if you stare at them. Go figure!
     
    I once stood by while two women (40-somethings) discussed how happy they were that their daughters, coeds at the time, were getting "the Full College Experice" (which explicitly included casual sex.) One woman was a pharmaceutical rep, the other an RN.

    They weren't uneducated, just ignorant.

    I once stood by while two women (40-somethings) discussed how happy they were that their daughters, coeds at the time, were getting “the Full College Experice” (which explicitly included casual sex.) One woman was a pharmaceutical rep, the other an RN.

    Not to be too off color at Steve’s site, but a coworker once explained the mechanics of a six man/one woman gangbang to me. When I observed that he seemed particularly knowledgeable on the subject he replied, “I’ve been to college parties.”

    I want children dearly but sometimes I’m glad I don’t have them. I’d hate to send a daughter to college nowadays.

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    Raising kids in this cesspool is challenging, but look at it from another perspective:

    Imagine how many opportunities will be presented for discussion at the dinner table. Nothing, absolutely nothing provides better instruction that derision heaped high and wide.

    "Did you notice that cheerleader who rushed to get in front of every camera at the game? What a moron."

    "Did you see the girl yesterday who looked like Julia Roberts in "Pretty Woman? Wanna bet how many actual hookers end up landing Mr. Richy-Rich Right? And how many end up dead of alcohol poisoning or a drug overdose before they're 40? So much for that attempted remake of Pygmalion."

    "Yeah, I saw that girl you were talking to, the one showing off her body like she's desperate for attention. Really pretty, cheerleader, too, right? I knew a girl like that years ago, she dated your uncle. She's a twice-divorced alcoholic who can't keep a job. I guess she was spreading herself around back when she was still pretty."

    Or you can go the non-ironic route: "Imagine if you suspect your spouse played the field in HS or college and while attending their reunion one member of the opposite sex after another walks by and gives them a knowing wink, or their hand lingers on your spouse's arm or shoulder. Think that would fly? Why would you want to do that to a future wife or husband?

    How you comport yourself with members of the opposite sex today is what you eventually give to the person who is supposed to be the Love Of Your Life. You can give them a nice new you in a shiny box, or you can give them the town bicycle on which everyone has had a ride.

    Casual sex is a vice, same as gambling, drug & alcohol abuse and every other behavior undertaken with the expectation of happiness that ultimately produces misery. Sex in a marriage is the the fastest path to emotional intimacy, but when used casually, it makes the transition to emotional intimacy difficult, if not impossible.

    This is common sense. Therefore no one seems to understand it anymore.

    And yes, this applies to men, too. A man who dallies with a woman who intentionally warps his mind (by acting like a porno star) makes his subsequent relationships poor by comparison. I watched this help ruin a friend's marriage. The woman who did it to him (a casual dalliance) did so on purpose, of that I'm quite sure. To paraphrase another woman I knew, she was putting her face on his every subsequent "O." Some people are just evil. STD's aren't the only bad thing you can pick up from sex-without-emotional-intimacy.
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  147. @Anonymous
    OT

    Desperate appeal for noblesse oblige (must be washed down with back-patting and appeals to self-interest though):


    The One Thing Jews Should Be Doing To Combat White Supremacy
    By Peter Beinart August 22, 2017

    What did you think when you heard the Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville chant, “Jews will not replace us?” Fear, of course. Bewilderment, perhaps, anger. But I bet a lot of Jews felt another emotion, which they’re less likely to articulate in public: Snobbery. “Replace you? Where, behind the counter at Wendy’s? We’re successful, industrious, upper-middle class. You’re the dregs of society. Replace you? Don’t kid yourselves. When it comes to America’s class hierarchy, we replaced you and your kind long ago.”
     

    Got your attention?

    ... Today’s anti-Semitism emanates less from society’s elites than from the people who feel victimized by them. This doesn’t mean the new anti-Semitism isn’t dangerous. It doesn’t mean Jews shouldn’t respond with outrage and mobilization. But it does mean that, if only to protect ourselves, we must combat the economic and cultural dysfunction that is contributing to Neo-Nazism’s rise.

    ... What would it mean for American Jews to combat not merely Neo-Nazism but the conditions that contribute to it? For American Jewish organizations, it would require opposing economic policies like the Republican assault on Obamacare and the upper-income tax cuts the GOP is pushing this fall, policies that widen the chasm between America’s rich and poor. It would require pushing for more funding for the treatment of opioid addiction, the kind of issue that American Jewish groups don’t typically consider part of their agenda.

    For synagogues, countering the conditions that produce Neo-Nazism might involve assisting a church in a troubled area. Why? Because according to University of Virginia sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox, white working class Americans who attend church are less likely to experience divorce, addiction, and financial distress. Church attendance also eases the “alienation and purposelessness” that, according to the Post, characterizes many of the young men who drift towards Neo-Nazism.

    To some Jews, these proposals might sound bizarre, even offensive. We’re supposed to help people who want us dead? What about all those non-Nazis who face economic and cultural problems? Don’t they have a better claim on our concern?

    ... The point is that because Jews occupy a different place in contemporary American society than did Jews in other societies facing rising anti-Semitism, we can respond in different ways. Of course, as Jews have for centuries, we must band together for self-protection. But as a successful, well-established, political influential community, we can also confront the dysfunction and despair that leads some of our fellow Americans to scapegoat us.
     

    When I first heard the chant, Jews will not replace us”, it was very clear. what I really heard was Jewish elites using immigration policy to replace us with non-Jewish immigrants, not about the statues per se. Jews are not ‘replacing’ anyone. In fact, they are demographically more screwed than gentile whites and they know it too.

    One positive benefit of Charlottesville is that it got Jews to finally tip their hand like the rest of their political allies on the left. Peter Beinart admitting so much is a long way from the “we just want to come here and fit in and be like you” nonsense.

    Replace you? Where, behind the counter at Wendy’s? We’re successful, industrious, upper-middle class. You’re the dregs of society. Replace you? Don’t kid yourselves. When it comes to America’s class hierarchy, we replaced you and your kind long ago.”

    The same for many other Jews that are finally fessing up to their real feelings towards the Goys. I would say that these confessions were a very big mistake and won’t ever be forgotten now that it is in the sunlight. Whether they like it or not, the Jews have tied their fate to the left and they are tarred with Anti-fa and BLM the same way the Goy is stuck with the Nazis; but we knew the last part already.

    When a plot is ripe, it can no longer be concealed. We are now in the process of choosing sides and whites are in-grouping. The tribe chose their side a long time ago even if we are only now openly admitting it.

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  148. @dc.sunsets
    Tuition?!
    Don't make me laugh. My assumption is that 99% of attendees have all the Federal Grant Money available. Another 99% probability is that most students there attend for FREE (to them, surely not to the YT taxpayer.)

    If there are three students there who are paying Full Price, I'd be awestruck.

    You are not far off. Per their college dataset, 90% of undergrads apply for financial aid, 91% get it. 23% are on full ride. Of the rest, average aid is $16k. 82% took out loans. Average debt at graduation: $32k.

    Most popular undergrad majors:
    Business/Marketing
    Communication/Journalism
    Physical sciences
    Social sciences

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  149. @StillCARealist
    Thanks. now we know the real problem. 67% female.

    The ladies there are in a heated competition for the few eligible men, and then these hot blond chicks walk in. I'd be pissed too.

    Can you imagine what the females at that school do to get male attention? They must spend long hours on hair, makeup, clothing, nails, working out. Dang, what a pain. It's enough to turn anyone into a lazy, single tomboy. Or maybe I'm thinking like a white, middle class female. Perhaps they just get pregnant by any drunken fool and that satisfies them. I guess I'm still thinking white and middle class.

    LOL. Just straightening their hair alone takes at least a few hours each day. No wonder they’re always so angry.

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  150. @ScarletNumber
    I think Crtl Left is the perfect term because of the linguistic balance with Alt Right

    There is great notional symmetry, but the new term has an extra syllable, which might be enough to prevent wide adoption.

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    There is great notional symmetry, but the new term has an extra syllable, which might be enough to prevent wide adoption.
     
    There's great symmetry only if you're thinking about a keyboard. "Alt" is also a shortening of "alternative", so it's not obvious symmetry if you're not kinda geeky.
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  151. AM says:
    @Jack Hanson
    No, it doesnt.

    Alt Left was what hooked, and that's what is gonna be used.

    "Ctrl Left" doesn't make much sense unless you spend two minutes explaining it, which makes it pretty useless in memetic terms.

    Its like how some guys on the spectrum got damn near militant because cuckservative caught on over their pet term "refaklican" (re-FAKE-lican) or something along those words.

    Alt Left was what hooked, and that’s what is gonna be used.

    It’s funny how a small few seemed so determined to have their word, like they have a choice or can influence the matter. Words like that are organic, group decisions. Yes, Ctrl-left is yes, clever, but requires too much explanation. It’s dead.

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    The problem with "alt left" is that they are not "alt". Antifa is not "alt" the same way the alt-right is. The mainstream left does not disavow them or even admit that they exist. The alt-right is a dissident movement. Antifa are hooligans and street-fighters in the service of global capital - they are just too stupid to realize it.
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  152. Are these Beckys really political? Couldn’t it just have been that a couple of them picked up MAGA hats from a D.C. street-side vendor because, hey, that’s what you do in D.C. with the current administration. If it were still late Obama age, mightn’t they not have picked up a Hope & Change t-shirt instead?

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  153. AM says:
    @Percy Gryce
    There is great notional symmetry, but the new term has an extra syllable, which might be enough to prevent wide adoption.

    There is great notional symmetry, but the new term has an extra syllable, which might be enough to prevent wide adoption.

    There’s great symmetry only if you’re thinking about a keyboard. “Alt” is also a shortening of “alternative”, so it’s not obvious symmetry if you’re not kinda geeky.

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    There’s great symmetry only if you’re thinking about a keyboard.
     
    Umm, I'm on a keyboard now.
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  154. Dan Hayes says:
    @Autochthon
    Why is no one calling for the desecration and denunciation of Grant's tomb or a change to the fifty-dollar bill?

    The man owned slaves.

    Oh? You didn't know that? Why, it's as if the victors selectively present the history, with self-interested goals....

    Autochton:

    I’ve got news for you regarding Grant. This very day he is being denounced and desecration of his tomb being sought for some actions he took against Jews at the end of the War of Northern Aggression (aka, America’s Civil War).

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    De Blasio opens historical can of worms, faces barrage of monument questions

    Mayor de Blasio opened a historical can of worms Tuesday in his quest to rid the city of offensive monuments, ducking for cover when asked if Grant’s Tomb might be shuttered because of actions two centuries ago.

    The mayor had no ready answers when pounded with questions about flawed historical figures, from Ulysses S. Grant to little-known former New York Gov. Horatio Seymour, who are being honored in the city.

    Grant issued an order to expel Jews from three states during the Civil War while Seymour’s campaign slogan in 1868 was “This is a White Man’s Country; Let White Men Rule.”

    Monuments to Christopher Columbus have also sparked criticism over his treatment of native populations.

    “We’re trying to unpack 400 years of American history here — that’s really what’s going on,” de Blasio said defensively.

    “This is complicated stuff. But you know it’s a lot better to be talking about it and trying to work through it than ignoring it because I think for a lot of people in this city and in this country, they feel that their history has been ignored or affronts to their history have been tolerated.”
     
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  155. @StillCARealist
    Just had a conversation yesterday with a dad whose attitude about his son sleeping with his girlfriend was complete insouciance. I suspect it's cover for the fact that he's annoyed at his own lack of authority and control over his house. Anyway, he told me that all the kids in the public high schools are losing their virginity by 14 and it was all a big game. His kid is just a winner in the big game. I think it portends nothing but disappointment and regret for all involved.

    To be fair, a son sleeping around is not the same as a daughter sleeping around.

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    Which is the problem. Smaller family sizes lead to treating daughters like sons.
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  156. MEH 0910 says:
    @Tiny Duck
    Not to sound like a pervert but those young women look like fine examples of white womanhood. Makes it all the sweeter that they will be ravished by Men of Color and their racism will be exposed

    Well Tiny, you’ve already reported all us iSteve commenters to SPLC, you might as well report these white girls too.

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  157. @Incontrovertible
    "Jews will not replace us" - I don't think these people meant Jews will replace whites with Jews, but that Jews will replace whites with all other non-whites.

    Peter Beinart shouldn't be too cocky. His tribe is not as smart as they think. Their push for open borders will come back to bite them in the arse eventually. Europe is already experiencing a huge spike in anti-semitism, brought on by the Muslim onslaught. America will soon follow. Muslims will take care of the Jews when they hit critical mass. It's already starting. "Students for Justice in Palestine" is now one of the fastest growing groups on college campuses, and they are openly anti-semitic, even at Berkeley.

    “Muslims will take care of the Jews when they hit critical mass.”

    They hit critical mass in the Middle East more than a millennium ago, and outnumber Jews there by what – 30 to 1 ? How’s that working out for them?

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    Remove the Goy protection and let's see how long the Jews last.
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  158. MEH 0910 says:
    @Dan Hayes
    Autochton:

    I've got news for you regarding Grant. This very day he is being denounced and desecration of his tomb being sought for some actions he took against Jews at the end of the War of Northern Aggression (aka, America's Civil War).

    De Blasio opens historical can of worms, faces barrage of monument questions

    Mayor de Blasio opened a historical can of worms Tuesday in his quest to rid the city of offensive monuments, ducking for cover when asked if Grant’s Tomb might be shuttered because of actions two centuries ago.

    The mayor had no ready answers when pounded with questions about flawed historical figures, from Ulysses S. Grant to little-known former New York Gov. Horatio Seymour, who are being honored in the city.

    Grant issued an order to expel Jews from three states during the Civil War while Seymour’s campaign slogan in 1868 was “This is a White Man’s Country; Let White Men Rule.”

    Monuments to Christopher Columbus have also sparked criticism over his treatment of native populations.

    “We’re trying to unpack 400 years of American history here — that’s really what’s going on,” de Blasio said defensively.

    “This is complicated stuff. But you know it’s a lot better to be talking about it and trying to work through it than ignoring it because I think for a lot of people in this city and in this country, they feel that their history has been ignored or affronts to their history have been tolerated.”

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  159. @27 year old
    To be fair, a son sleeping around is not the same as a daughter sleeping around.

    Which is the problem. Smaller family sizes lead to treating daughters like sons.

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  160. “We will take any action necessary to ensure that HU students feel safe& comfortable in our dining spaces.”

    That’s the exact same reason why white segregationists threw black sit-in protestors out of restaurants.

    Why were the white segregationists considered evil while the Howard University dining service officials aren’t?

    Why were the black sit-in protestors considered heroic and the white girls considered instigators?

    Oh, that’s right, it’s New America where since at least the 1960s the “white oppressor, black victim” narrative is the lens by which we must view all black-white interactions. Doesn’t sound much like “white privilege” to me.

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    A restaurant (or a bus) is a public space. A private university dining hall is not. Do you have a problem with a private golf club wanting to maintain a dress-code? I am also fine with clubs excluding women, and this seems like the same principle to me.
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  161. Lots of people say that.

    I wonder how many have actually looked at the results.

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  162. @Corn
    I once stood by while two women (40-somethings) discussed how happy they were that their daughters, coeds at the time, were getting “the Full College Experice” (which explicitly included casual sex.) One woman was a pharmaceutical rep, the other an RN.

    Not to be too off color at Steve's site, but a coworker once explained the mechanics of a six man/one woman gangbang to me. When I observed that he seemed particularly knowledgeable on the subject he replied, "I've been to college parties."

    I want children dearly but sometimes I'm glad I don't have them. I'd hate to send a daughter to college nowadays.

    Raising kids in this cesspool is challenging, but look at it from another perspective:

    Imagine how many opportunities will be presented for discussion at the dinner table. Nothing, absolutely nothing provides better instruction that derision heaped high and wide.

    “Did you notice that cheerleader who rushed to get in front of every camera at the game? What a moron.”

    “Did you see the girl yesterday who looked like Julia Roberts in “Pretty Woman? Wanna bet how many actual hookers end up landing Mr. Richy-Rich Right? And how many end up dead of alcohol poisoning or a drug overdose before they’re 40? So much for that attempted remake of Pygmalion.”

    “Yeah, I saw that girl you were talking to, the one showing off her body like she’s desperate for attention. Really pretty, cheerleader, too, right? I knew a girl like that years ago, she dated your uncle. She’s a twice-divorced alcoholic who can’t keep a job. I guess she was spreading herself around back when she was still pretty.”

    Or you can go the non-ironic route: “Imagine if you suspect your spouse played the field in HS or college and while attending their reunion one member of the opposite sex after another walks by and gives them a knowing wink, or their hand lingers on your spouse’s arm or shoulder. Think that would fly? Why would you want to do that to a future wife or husband?

    How you comport yourself with members of the opposite sex today is what you eventually give to the person who is supposed to be the Love Of Your Life. You can give them a nice new you in a shiny box, or you can give them the town bicycle on which everyone has had a ride.

    Casual sex is a vice, same as gambling, drug & alcohol abuse and every other behavior undertaken with the expectation of happiness that ultimately produces misery. Sex in a marriage is the the fastest path to emotional intimacy, but when used casually, it makes the transition to emotional intimacy difficult, if not impossible.

    This is common sense. Therefore no one seems to understand it anymore.

    And yes, this applies to men, too. A man who dallies with a woman who intentionally warps his mind (by acting like a porno star) makes his subsequent relationships poor by comparison. I watched this help ruin a friend’s marriage. The woman who did it to him (a casual dalliance) did so on purpose, of that I’m quite sure. To paraphrase another woman I knew, she was putting her face on his every subsequent “O.” Some people are just evil. STD’s aren’t the only bad thing you can pick up from sex-without-emotional-intimacy.

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  163. As many Howard students have already asked about their young visitors, what else did they expect?

    They expected that the black students at Howard would be as accepting of them as they have had beaten into their heads since Day 1 to always be toward black people. They were too inexperienced to know that “tolerance” is a one way street.

    This article and the students’ actions are a tacit admission that a black “safe space” is a space where black people feel free to be openly anti-white. That’s why so many black people are vehemently opposed to the idea of a white-only space, and will fight it tooth-and-nail. They presume that white people will be as vehemently anti-black when together behind closed doors as they are anti-white. They project.

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    They presume that white people will be as vehemently anti-black when together behind closed doors as they are anti-white. They project

    They project? Or maybe they just read comment boards at Unz or Taki.
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  164. The girls should have responded by touching the guy’s hair quizzically.

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  165. LKM says:

    If those white girls wanted sympathy in America circa 2017, they should have been brown and had their hijabs ripped off. Now that would have been story, even if it didn’t actually happen.

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  166. Erik L says:
    @Autochthon
    This behaviour is not merely tortious assault under case law: it is criminal assault, statutorily defined, in every jurisdiction in what used to be the U.S.A. (excepting perhaps some bizarre outlier I am unfamiliar with).

    Thanks. I assume the snatcher will soon be charged…

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  167. CurtyC says:

    Most influential video of the 90s having an effect on this generation. How about this one?

    Men in dresses acting violently.

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  168. Truth says:
    @whoever

    they’re all dressed like sluts.
     
    It's summer. They're wearing shorts. (ಠ︵ಠ)

    Yup Whoever, there are some strange Kats here.

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  169. Marty says:
    @The Alarmist
    The sister is just jealous of their skinny white asses, which are more highly prized than the resident booty on that campus.

    No, no, no. Black women believe their outsize proportions are desirable, just as they believe that they speak English.

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    They believe that, but their lyin' eyes show them a different reality. The cognitive dissonance stokes the anger.
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  170. @Eustace Tilley (not)
    Please make that "...and can be proud of its many famous alumnae, such as Nancy Pelosi, Kathleen Sebelius and Kellyanne Conway, amongst many others."

    1 alumnus; 2 alumni
    1 alumna; 2 alumnae

    Although all of the examples given were women, they were just that, examples. Presumably there are also some famous men who were graduated from the school, so “alumni” is actually correct here.

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    Considering that TWU is primarily a women's college, I can assure that no famous men are alumni.
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  171. EriK says:
    @Jim Don Bob
    Why would -any- white kid, let alone a good looking blond girl, even think of going to HU?

    Those gals weren’t there to submit applications.

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  172. @Deckin
    Nicholas Mahut is a fairly good singles player on the men's pro tennis tour and one half of one of the best doubles teams.

    Probably a coincidence that Mahut is a French name.

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  173. Mr. Anon says:
    @AM

    Alt Left was what hooked, and that’s what is gonna be used.
     
    It's funny how a small few seemed so determined to have their word, like they have a choice or can influence the matter. Words like that are organic, group decisions. Yes, Ctrl-left is yes, clever, but requires too much explanation. It's dead.

    The problem with “alt left” is that they are not “alt”. Antifa is not “alt” the same way the alt-right is. The mainstream left does not disavow them or even admit that they exist. The alt-right is a dissident movement. Antifa are hooligans and street-fighters in the service of global capital – they are just too stupid to realize it.

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    You're being too literal.

    "Alt-Left" is bad faith for bad faith. It's how humans negotiate.

    They want good faith, they've got to bring it.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisoner%27s_dilemma#The_iterated_prisoner.27s_dilemma
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  174. @wren
    Thank you, you are right. The structure at the Catholic University of America is referred to as the "National Shrine," which is probably the root of my confusion.

    http://www.nationalshrine.com

    The National Cathedral is more impressive.

    The National Cathedral is Gothic revival. The Basilica is neo-Byzantine.

    We Catholics like to say that the Episcopal church, which owns the National Cathedral, stole our style.

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  175. Lot says:
    @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    There is zero evidence that antisemitism is significant or growing in white middle America. Rather it is overwhelmingly a Muslim and far left phenomenon.
     
    That depends. Do you mean irrational hatred and loathing of Jews? Then, I'd say no.

    But if you mean antisemitism as noticing in Joe Sobran's telling that "[a]n anti-Semite used to mean a man who hated Jews. Now it means a man who is hated by Jews."

    Few prole whites have hatred of Jews for killing the Messiah or somesuch and have actually become somewhat philosemetic due to Israel being "our greatest ally." But some are noticing precisely who it is who hates them with increasing frequency.

    I think you overestimate (1) the ability of “white proles” to identify who is Jewish (2) the number who consume enough political media to tally up the Jew ratios of the pro and anti Trump people.

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    Might want to clue your buddies pushing all that stuff in that they're making the proles much better at it, and more interested in it.
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  176. @Marty
    No, no, no. Black women believe their outsize proportions are desirable, just as they believe that they speak English.

    They believe that, but their lyin’ eyes show them a different reality. The cognitive dissonance stokes the anger.

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  177. @Lot
    I think you overestimate (1) the ability of "white proles" to identify who is Jewish (2) the number who consume enough political media to tally up the Jew ratios of the pro and anti Trump people.

    Might want to clue your buddies pushing all that stuff in that they’re making the proles much better at it, and more interested in it.

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  178. @Mr. Anon
    The problem with "alt left" is that they are not "alt". Antifa is not "alt" the same way the alt-right is. The mainstream left does not disavow them or even admit that they exist. The alt-right is a dissident movement. Antifa are hooligans and street-fighters in the service of global capital - they are just too stupid to realize it.

    You’re being too literal.

    “Alt-Left” is bad faith for bad faith. It’s how humans negotiate.

    They want good faith, they’ve got to bring it.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisoner%27s_dilemma#The_iterated_prisoner.27s_dilemma

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  179. @Frank DeScushin

    As many Howard students have already asked about their young visitors, what else did they expect?
     
    They expected that the black students at Howard would be as accepting of them as they have had beaten into their heads since Day 1 to always be toward black people. They were too inexperienced to know that "tolerance" is a one way street.

    This article and the students' actions are a tacit admission that a black "safe space" is a space where black people feel free to be openly anti-white. That's why so many black people are vehemently opposed to the idea of a white-only space, and will fight it tooth-and-nail. They presume that white people will be as vehemently anti-black when together behind closed doors as they are anti-white. They project.

    They presume that white people will be as vehemently anti-black when together behind closed doors as they are anti-white. They project

    They project? Or maybe they just read comment boards at Unz or Taki.

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    They project? Or maybe they just read comment boards at Unz or Taki.
     
    And yet I'd bet that none of the commenters at Unz or TakiMag would angrily pull an article of clothing off a teenage black girl or openly treat a group of black teenage girls in such a hostile manner. There's an obvious difference in hostility.
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  180. @Anon
    The Confederates were not recognizably extremists in any way. What this, and the counter-example of Stalin and communism, demonstrates is that it's not about the horrible things you do, but about who tells the story.

    The Confederates were not recognizably extremists in any way

    The men who lead the Confederacy were extremists. Most Southerners, even the slave-owning class, weren’t all fired up for secesssion. It took a decade of propaganda and cajoling to get them to that point (helped, admittedly, by some extremists on the Abolitionist side), and even then a lot of the votes for secession had to be rigged. Most Southerners were not fighting for slavery – they were fighting out of solidarity, but the men who started the war were extremists who started it to defend slavery.

    If you want to see how damaging the consequences of Confederate extremism were you just have compare the US to Russia, who freed the serfs around the same time. The Russian aristocrats managed to negotiate a peaceful settlement with the government, got compensated, gradually emancipated serfs over time, and for the most part suffered little immediate damage to their social prestige or wealth. The Confederate leadership ended up losing almost all their wealth, tarnished their moral reputation internationally, and turned what had been the wealthiest and most politically powerful region of the US into a poverty-stricken backwater for generations.

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    Minor difference: the serfs weren't black...
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  181. @Frank DeScushin

    “We will take any action necessary to ensure that HU students feel safe& comfortable in our dining spaces."
     
    That's the exact same reason why white segregationists threw black sit-in protestors out of restaurants.

    Why were the white segregationists considered evil while the Howard University dining service officials aren't?

    Why were the black sit-in protestors considered heroic and the white girls considered instigators?

    Oh, that's right, it's New America where since at least the 1960s the "white oppressor, black victim" narrative is the lens by which we must view all black-white interactions. Doesn't sound much like "white privilege" to me.

    A restaurant (or a bus) is a public space. A private university dining hall is not. Do you have a problem with a private golf club wanting to maintain a dress-code? I am also fine with clubs excluding women, and this seems like the same principle to me.

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    I am also fine with clubs excluding women, and this seems like the same principle to me.
     
    Indeed. And how exactly is that treated by current law (and mob law) in the US?
    , @Frank DeScushin

    A restaurant (or a bus) is a public space. A private university dining hall is not. Do you have a problem with a private golf club wanting to maintain a dress-code? I am also fine with clubs excluding women, and this seems like the same principle to me.
     
    So then, presumably, you're also fine with private institutions excluding black people? If not, why the inconsistency?
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  182. @YetAnotherAnon
    "Muslims will take care of the Jews when they hit critical mass."

    They hit critical mass in the Middle East more than a millennium ago, and outnumber Jews there by what - 30 to 1 ? How's that working out for them?

    Remove the Goy protection and let’s see how long the Jews last.

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  183. @Peter Akuleyev
    The Confederates were not recognizably extremists in any way

    The men who lead the Confederacy were extremists. Most Southerners, even the slave-owning class, weren't all fired up for secesssion. It took a decade of propaganda and cajoling to get them to that point (helped, admittedly, by some extremists on the Abolitionist side), and even then a lot of the votes for secession had to be rigged. Most Southerners were not fighting for slavery - they were fighting out of solidarity, but the men who started the war were extremists who started it to defend slavery.

    If you want to see how damaging the consequences of Confederate extremism were you just have compare the US to Russia, who freed the serfs around the same time. The Russian aristocrats managed to negotiate a peaceful settlement with the government, got compensated, gradually emancipated serfs over time, and for the most part suffered little immediate damage to their social prestige or wealth. The Confederate leadership ended up losing almost all their wealth, tarnished their moral reputation internationally, and turned what had been the wealthiest and most politically powerful region of the US into a poverty-stricken backwater for generations.

    Minor difference: the serfs weren’t black…

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  184. Marty T says:

    Some of the brothas be like “let’s see what those Trump girls have to say!”

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  185. Comms says:
    @James Richard
    Gee whiz, I always thought young yt (LOL) babes were called "Betty's."

    Scully was a Betty back in the day.

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  186. res says:
    @Peter Akuleyev
    A restaurant (or a bus) is a public space. A private university dining hall is not. Do you have a problem with a private golf club wanting to maintain a dress-code? I am also fine with clubs excluding women, and this seems like the same principle to me.

    I am also fine with clubs excluding women, and this seems like the same principle to me.

    Indeed. And how exactly is that treated by current law (and mob law) in the US?

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  187. @AM

    It seems their parents don’t object to their little princesses walking around half-naked.
     
    Just having this convo with about ready to hit HS daughter and husband. It's the same princess effect extended into the teenage years. They want short shorts and Dad (in particular)/Mom won't argue. "Teenage girls", roll their eyes, hand out the cash.

    Why do girls want short shorts? Because "all" the other girls dress that way. Who starts the trend? Teenage girls whose need affection from boys who didn't get it in any manner from their parents. It's an unholy alliance of broken girls+cluelessness+Mom and Dad checking out of the parenting process.


    But it’s also opression if you stare at them.
     
    The healthy girls don't actually want to be stared at, because it really does turn them into an object. But they also want to fit in with all the other girls. Unfortunately for them, the only real answer is: if you don't want to be treated like an object, dress well and modestly. It's unfortunate all the other girls are jumping off of their cliffs, but it is what is. It's profoundly unfair to the boys to wander around mostly naked(and with fashions that say "Look at my behind") and insist that they don't stare.

    A woman who dresses like a slut while demanding to be treated like a lady is nothing more than a hypocritical, manipulative shrew. Don’t think that a good number of these girls don’t know that what they’re doing is “profoundly unfair” … that’s the whole point. It’s all one big power trip for them.

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  188. @Peter Akuleyev
    They presume that white people will be as vehemently anti-black when together behind closed doors as they are anti-white. They project

    They project? Or maybe they just read comment boards at Unz or Taki.

    They project? Or maybe they just read comment boards at Unz or Taki.

    And yet I’d bet that none of the commenters at Unz or TakiMag would angrily pull an article of clothing off a teenage black girl or openly treat a group of black teenage girls in such a hostile manner. There’s an obvious difference in hostility.

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  189. @Peter Akuleyev
    A restaurant (or a bus) is a public space. A private university dining hall is not. Do you have a problem with a private golf club wanting to maintain a dress-code? I am also fine with clubs excluding women, and this seems like the same principle to me.

    A restaurant (or a bus) is a public space. A private university dining hall is not. Do you have a problem with a private golf club wanting to maintain a dress-code? I am also fine with clubs excluding women, and this seems like the same principle to me.

    So then, presumably, you’re also fine with private institutions excluding black people? If not, why the inconsistency?

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  190. @Saint Louis
    Although all of the examples given were women, they were just that, examples. Presumably there are also some famous men who were graduated from the school, so "alumni" is actually correct here.

    Considering that TWU is primarily a women’s college, I can assure that no famous men are alumni.

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  191. @AM

    There is great notional symmetry, but the new term has an extra syllable, which might be enough to prevent wide adoption.
     
    There's great symmetry only if you're thinking about a keyboard. "Alt" is also a shortening of "alternative", so it's not obvious symmetry if you're not kinda geeky.

    There’s great symmetry only if you’re thinking about a keyboard.

    Umm, I’m on a keyboard now.

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    Coochie cutters.

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  193. Art Deco says:
    @Peter Akuleyev
    Sailer for the most part seems to me to be taking a fairly distanced "wait-and-see" stance on Trump as President, which is smart given how unpredictable Trump is. On the current trajectory Trump is doing for HBD and immigration controls what Hitler did for eugenics or the Confederacy did for slavery. Historically extremists defending moderately extreme positions don't usually succeed in making those positions more socially acceptable, they just make things much, much worse. Scott Adams is looking increasingly insane, don't want to end up like that guy.

    All these attempts to push the Overton window to the right seem to be backfiring badly and empowering even more lefty craziness. And the lefties do have the demographics and a lot of corporate clout behind them. The same way it took conservative Republicans to reach out to China (Nixon) or reach out to the Soviets (Reagan), it will probably require a moderate Democrat, ideally Asian, to speak sense on racial issues. But it may be too late.

    There is no indication they were looking for ‘attention’ or anything other than what the automat at Howard sells. A MAGA cap has a perfectly ordinary slogan on it and Trump is not an antagonist of the black population. This isn’t about ‘protecting culture’. This is about expressions of gratuitous hostility among people who’ve acquired the expectation that their gratuitous hostility will not be penalized.

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