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In recent years, it has become not just acceptable but fashionable to rage against cisgender heterosexual white males as the cause of the world’s shortcomings. Not surprisingly, this has now led Democratic Party affiliated institutions to carry out a purge of their cishet white males, many of whom indeed had it coming.

But where will the bar of unacceptable behavior wind up: at the Harvey Weinstein level or at the Al Franken level?

I’m sure a lot of Democrats are saying / thinking / hoping / dreaming that throwing a few Franken level offenders in the volcano will mollify the angry demons and then they can go back to regular business shortly.

Or does this instead set a new precedent?

What percentage of the male members of, say, the Congressional Black Caucus are not in trouble under the new precedent? Can the Democrats figure out a way so that ten or 20 black Congressmen aren’t taken down?

And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future fate would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution? If Franken goes down while Roy Moore gets elected, which party would you as a young white man feel more appreciated in? Which one would be your (relatively) Safe Space?

 
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  1. The problem is that the dynamic has always been a little like this: the Left got more and more outrageous and so people elected the Faux Right. But instead of rolling back these outrageous changes, the Faux Right instead started making life easier for billionaires (tax cuts, anyone?), and at least in the US, engaged in the stupidest foreign policy adventures (I don’t know, maybe starting pointless wars in the Middle East to please some ethnic lobbies), until eventually people got fed up and thought that maybe the Left won’t be any worse than that. The Left initially didn’t do much worse on the cultural issues than the Faux Right (remember, the latter didn’t roll back anything either), only in the second term did it start the most outrageous cultural issues. So, eventually people got fed up with them, and voted back the Faux Right. Which is now cutting taxes for corporations and seems to be engaging in pointless foreign policy adventures. I’m not sure if it’ll end well.

    So let’s hope the Faux Right gets replaced by a Real Hard Right. I hope the good people of Alabama will vote for Roy Moore.

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    • Replies: @Corn
    “So let’s hope the Faux Right gets replaced by a Real Hard Right.”

    Hear hear. It’s not enough to elect a Trump if the “conservative party” in Congress hijacks or drags their feet on implementing his agenda. We need to build a true nationalist party. The Republicans need to go the way of the Whigs.

    “If Franken goes down while Roy Moore gets elected, which party would you a young white man feel more appreciated in?”

    I’ve been thinking this for 4 or 5 years. Certain men are drawn to power. As it becomes more and more clear that the Democrats are the non white party more and more ambitious white men are going to enter politics under the (R) label, whatever their own beliefs may be.

    , @bartok

    So let’s hope the Faux Right gets replaced by a Real Hard Right.
     
    If you had told me one year ago that Trump would scare both Flake and Corker into retirement, I would have been completely impressed and delighted. The rule must be: pure-hearted Trumpers only in the red states and red districts. Purple and blue regions can keep their liberal Republican incumbents.

    Trump seems to follow this rule instinctively, going easy on liberal GOP Sen. Collins of purple Maine while blasting the woman senator from red Alaska on the health bill. And then Trump spiked two liberal/liberaltarian red state senators, Flake and Corker!

    Last, let's not echo the communist media in calling Trump "far right." He's more mixed than that, especially on trade and entitlements. He ran far to HRC's left on trade.

    , @Beckow

    But instead of rolling back these outrageous changes, the Faux Right instead started making life easier for billionaires
     
    In their defence, it is really hard to fight all institutions, all the time. From academia, media, government, international institutions, charities, Hollywood, churches, etc... the loony Left owns it, runs it, controls the narrative and access.

    Making life better for the billionaires is much easier. People tend to do what is easier.

    Electing more real conservatives (I will adopt your terminology although I am not all that comfortable with it) is symbolically very important. But it changes little in terms of power. This is a tsunami of an almost totalitarian 'progressive liberal' madness - all institutions reinforce it, clap for each other, and attack any dissent.

    The way these 'movements' end is when things stop working. And it stops working when there is a fatal over-reach. Systems die of indigestion, not hunger. (Hunger often comes soon after.) Then it all ends, usually very suddenly and you can't find anyone in retrospect who would own up to it. We are still far away from that point - the system is quite resilient.

    The symbolic victories (Brexit, Trump, or Moore...) only energise the liberal faithful into an even more fanatical actions. They are great because they accelerate the eventual demise, but this will be a long way down. The trick is to get the timing right and to find a safe place (the crazy SJWs are intuitively right that safe places are coming :)..)

    , @Polish Perspective
    I believe it was Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents who said that in the West, you essentially get two choices. Either you vote for a rabidly anti-white (and by extention, anti-Western) left, mostly made-up of self-hating whites and the non-white freeriders who exploit that sentiment or you vote for a much less (socially/culturally) crazy right, which nevertheless never has the balls to truly challenge the left's hegemony and ultimately ends up accepting all the premises of their opponents - only 20 years later - and in exchange you get plutocracy, massive tax cuts to corporations, worse working conditions for the working classes, less security etc.

    You never really get social conservatism and economic socialism(with a small 's' of course). I think part of the reason why the major Western and/or EU media and politicians are going so crazy sperging out against Poland is precisely because this is what we've done. PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative. That is a very potent combination which is popular with wide swathes of the public. In essence, they are populists in the best sense of the word.

    This is also to some extent what I believe the so-called 'Sailer Strategy' was about. Embracing white identity is a form of rebellion against multiculturalism (which has an implicit assumption that white identity must be stayed in order for others to flourish. The majority must be silenced/passified). Sailer also advocated more smart policies to aid the white working-class base of the GOP, which would challenge the neoliberal dogma which the GOP donor class wants.

    Of course the GOP are far too stupid to ever adopt it. Trump probably only flirted with it thanks to his thirst to power and desperation to get elected at any price. Plus, one has to concede that he does seem to be genuinely a quasi-nationalist of some form. Especially wrt trade, big mega-agreements on climate change as well as the recent "global compact on migration" which few have heard about, which was pushed through in the UN under the Obama admin's nose with no complaints, and if anything enthusiastic cheer. Nevertheless, Trump is more useful to Israel's foreign policy objectives, as we've seen with the recent embassy move or the pointless threats vs Iran. The major tax cut bill won't be what white America needs, but it is what the GOP's donor base wants.

    Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism. When you challenge one of the two, you're in trouble. When you challenge both, you become public enemy #1.

    , @Danny D.
    Except the country voted left in 2008. External events are less relevant than what the public consciousness is at the moment.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    the US, engaged in the stupidest foreign policy adventures
     
    Yeah, like sticking our stupid pathetic neck into Europe in 1917 and 1942. But no, you couldn't vote for Taft or Hoover or Landon, because "tax cuts for the rich".

    World war does indeed lower immigration totals, but I prefer the more peaceful methods of Harding and Coolidge.


    now cutting taxes for corporations
     
    Why not raise them to the levels of Canada, Ireland, or the Netherlands? That'll teach companies like Apple and Burger King!
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  2. Seems like the hatred of White Heterosexual guys cropped up in the 90s, then died down, then came back with a vengeance.

    So, if we don’t deal with the issue in a more fundamental way, it is only reasonable to assume that the next wave of hatred toward straight White men will be even more intense.

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    • Replies: @Frau Katze
    After Obama, who encouraged to toxic identity politics, the Left was confronted with Trump.

    This development seems to driven have a fraction of Dems into pure insanity.

    I don’t disagree with the theory that (insane) Middle Eastern wars made a lot of Republicans look pretty bad.

    Yet it seems that the election of Trump has set off the current frenzy. An already existing tendency has been dialed up to 11.
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  3. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    Cuckettes are still welcome.

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  4. midtown says:

    Even aside from the sexual harassment purge, I have been wondering if John Kerry will have been the last white male to be the Democrat Party’s presidential nominee. There is so much talk on the left about whites “stepping back.” There is a small chance that another one may be nominated, but the odds are small and growing smaller all the time.

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    • Agree: Frau Katze
    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
    I enjoy telling my liberal white relatives at Thanksgiving that they are now a minority within the Democratic coalition and that their power is diminishing. I am stuck with Roy Moore and they get Colin Kaepernick.
    , @Anon
    The hard-core left saw that they got their minority hire Obama elected, so yes, they'll very likely never let another white male run for the presidency.
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  5. ChrisZ says:

    Hanging out at iSteve for the past few years, I feel like I’ve had a front row seat for the developments we’re observing today.

    What you describe in this post, Steve, is of a piece with one of the larger trends you’ve written about: the re-aggregation of America’s parties of the “left” and “right” into “black” and “white,” or “fringe” and “core” coalitions.

    The current ructions over harassment might be seen as one of the mechanisms by which this re-aggregation is coming about.

    The cruel goddess Nemesis is descending, and you have been her prophet.

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  6. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    This is Hoback or ho-blowbak.

    It’s like Germans used poison gas but when the wind reversed course, the gas came back to the Germans.

    Dems unleashed BLM but it blew up in their face, with so many blacks making a ruckus at lib colleges and blue cities, making crime shoot way up. Blackback or Broback.

    Dems unleashed Pussy Riot to get Trump, but the sheer Pussysteria began to look for any male scapegoat for Hillary’s loss. And they began to connect the dots. When Trump was accused of sexual harassment, he pointed to Billy Boy Clinton. When accused of being aided by Fake News, he accused MSM of fake news. Anyway, pussy riot was unleashed to go after Trump but angry women began to see Bad Male Behavior everywhere.

    More risky of all, Jews incited Muslim anger at Trump, even recruiting Linda Sarsourpuss.
    This is skating on thin ice. These anti-Trump Muslims could turn against Jews. But since they’ve been haloed as a sacred ‘immigrant’ group, POC made side with Muslims when they turn against Jews as ‘white privilege’. Jewish strategy is too crazy, promoting the likes of Sarsourpuss while also trying to criminalize BDS.

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    • Replies: @Frau Katze
    Jews supporting Islamist groups or people like Sarsour are in severe denial about Islam.

    I can’t figure them out. Have they not noticed how Muslims treat Jews in France?

    It’s the same condition seen everywhere on the left: they’ve lost their common sense and exist in a fantasy world.
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  7. And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution?

    I love it. It’s the fundamental logic of left multiculturalism playing out.

    But i have a hard time believing that there is really going to be a purge of the Jewish guys like say Chuck Shummer. It really is *their* party. It’s program “global cosmopolitanism” and a meddling super-state with lots of comfy sinecures and rent-seeking is their program. Their black foot soldiers are just that–foot soldiers, who get some welfare, some AA and a few lucrative shakedowns at the high end, but don’t actually get policies in their long term interest (see immigration) and don’t run the show.

    Still a guy like Schummer can’t come out and say “i’m really a minority, Jewish, not white”. Cause they really don’t want the natives thinking very hard about that! So they really have to posture as “good”, “woke” whites as opposed to, oh … guys like me. Ergo seems like they’ll have to ramp up the white hate even further. But that’s got to look pretty scary–they would rather be reducing from boil to simmer–plus will wake up even more white folks to what’s in store for us.

    Crappy times for our civilization, but entertaining to see this leftist “logic” play out.

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    Yep, see my comment below. Similar thinking though I left out the pure Jewish angle.

    I've been in DC for a long time and knew people who worked on the Hill in my younger days so I see some of this from an on-the-ground level. Hill staffs and campaign staff work in close quarters, often for very long days. The purging of large numbers of white males is going to make working on those staffs for the remaining white guys (who likely will be even more heavily Jewish than what they already are) a nightmare.

    I have a hard time imagining some young Chuck Schumer looking at his current and future situation and being too excited about sticking around. He won't be allowed to move up to the point of being a Senate candidate, so his future is to become chief of staff of a powerful black or brown senator. Not a bad gig at all, but it would still entail managing a bunch that senator's idiot friends. Every day dealing with morons who hate you because you're white and are their boss.

    But, yes, the Jews will continue to run the Dem party if for no other reason than they provide all of the money and much of the organization. Perhaps the young Schumers will get more into the pure money side or form their own political organizations (filled with white guys) that parachute in to run campaigns or important Hill legislation battles while more or less telling the actual staffs of blacks, browns and lesbians to stand down until they've finished their work.
    , @IHTG
    What do you think Al Franken is, Swedish?
    , @MarkinLA
    I am not so sure. I used to read Front Page Magazine a lot and one of their born again Jews was a Phyllis Chesler. She used to be right there with David Horowitz and the hate whitey left. She hob-nobbed with the Black Panthers and all the rest of the victim classes. I think she always expected to be part of the leadership. One day she woke up to find out that those she thought she was leading were kicking her to the curb to appease the Palestinians.

    She suddenly became an uber-Jew overnight.

    All the groups in the left hate each other. They can't help but eventually turn on the Jews when they no longer need them.
    , @Ripple Earthdevil
    What the heck are you talking about? Al Franken is Jewish and he is now officially toast.
    , @biz
    Franken is Jewish and he's been kicked out.
    , @syonredux

    But i have a hard time believing that there is really going to be a purge of the Jewish guys like say Chuck Shummer.
     
    We'll see.....but things like this do have a tendency to spiral out of control.....cf the Cultural Revolution in China and the Reign of Terror in France (which ended with the death of Robespierre)...."Revolution is like Saturn, it devours its own children"


    And we have seen the fall of the previously untouchable Harvey Weinstein .....
    , @AnotherDad

    Franken is Jewish and he’s been kicked out.
     
    Folks, I understand--everyone understands--that Franken is Jewish. Kicking out an individual--especially a clown like Franken--to appease the reigning zeitgeist is perfectly ok.

    The point of my comment is that I don't think the heterosexual white Jewish guys are going to let themselves be purged for their white heterosexual maleness.

    The Democrat party is the state party. It represents the interests of the state, and the allied bureaucrat and rent-seeking interests--the Wall Street-Washington axis of evil. (Such factions--"the court party"--have existed since we had the Neolithic and quickly developed a parasitic class to feast on the labor of farmers--who were no longer mobile like hunter gatherers and thus could be exploited.)

    But in ethnic character, the Democrat party is--to first order--a Jewish party. Jewish guys provide both the money and the intellectual--ideological and policy--leadership. Does anybody think Ta-Neishi is capable of coming up with anything? Or the Congressional Black Caucus is going to come up with any sort of coherent policies? Uh-no.

    I just don't think these smart Jewish guys are going to give up this vehicle that serves their interests to a bunch of pussy hats and low-IQ whiners. Those folks are shock troops in political warfare. They are not--of their own accord--a suitably strong and well-funded faction, much less one capable of governing. In a real slugging match with the Jewish guys, they'd get their ass handed to them in a heartbeat.

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  8. Corn says:
    @reiner Tor
    The problem is that the dynamic has always been a little like this: the Left got more and more outrageous and so people elected the Faux Right. But instead of rolling back these outrageous changes, the Faux Right instead started making life easier for billionaires (tax cuts, anyone?), and at least in the US, engaged in the stupidest foreign policy adventures (I don't know, maybe starting pointless wars in the Middle East to please some ethnic lobbies), until eventually people got fed up and thought that maybe the Left won't be any worse than that. The Left initially didn't do much worse on the cultural issues than the Faux Right (remember, the latter didn't roll back anything either), only in the second term did it start the most outrageous cultural issues. So, eventually people got fed up with them, and voted back the Faux Right. Which is now cutting taxes for corporations and seems to be engaging in pointless foreign policy adventures. I'm not sure if it'll end well.

    So let's hope the Faux Right gets replaced by a Real Hard Right. I hope the good people of Alabama will vote for Roy Moore.

    “So let’s hope the Faux Right gets replaced by a Real Hard Right.”

    Hear hear. It’s not enough to elect a Trump if the “conservative party” in Congress hijacks or drags their feet on implementing his agenda. We need to build a true nationalist party. The Republicans need to go the way of the Whigs.

    “If Franken goes down while Roy Moore gets elected, which party would you a young white man feel more appreciated in?”

    I’ve been thinking this for 4 or 5 years. Certain men are drawn to power. As it becomes more and more clear that the Democrats are the non white party more and more ambitious white men are going to enter politics under the (R) label, whatever their own beliefs may be.

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    • Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic
    I want a nigh-watchman State, with a small government which bothers itself with only the very few truly public goods.

    If I can't have that (and apparently, I can't), then I want my tribe in charge.
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  9. Gman says:

    What surprised me about 2016 was the campaign against Chris van hollen in Maryland purely on identity politics

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/md-politics/why-emilys-list-is-spending-big-to-defeat-a-progressive-democrat/2016/03/24/47dccf8a-e64a-11e5-bc08-3e03a5b41910_story.html?utm_term=.7f86f6f91199

    If I recall correctly from Hillary’s What Happened – it put the establishment in a tough spot because they wanted both Hillary to run up the delegates as much as possible and Van Hollen to win. Black voters would vote Hillary but lean towards Donna Edwards instead of van hollen

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  10. The real question is what does the next generation of Chuck Schumers and Bill Clintons do?

    These are the brains and public talent of the DNC. Will a future Chuck Schumer (or Bill Clinton) be happy knowing that he’ll never be the Senate (presidential) candidate because he’s a white male? Will he be happy and willing to be the always behind-the-scenes organizer surrounded by black and brown idiots?

    I mean it would have to get very old, very quickly cleaning up the messes of politicians that you don’t respect, all the while spending your days in a small office with the politician’s “crew” from the ‘hood or barrio.

    It’s one thing to be the wealthy donors pulling the strings from afar; it’s another to be the on-the-ground managers of the politicians.

    If the Dems lose the next generation of Schumers and Bill Clintons, they’re in a world of hurt. Even the last generation of true behind-the-scene guys like Carville and Begala dealt with overwhelmingly white, male staffs, which, I’m sure, made their job much more enjoyable. Imagine those guys having to deal with black, brown and lesbian nitwits day in and day out. It’d be a nightmare. I’d suspect that they got a taste of what it’ll be like with Hillary’s campaign.

    That all being said, there is a certain quality to quantity. The demographics are all in the Dems favor, so even if they job isn’t as good as it used to be, future Schumers and Bill Clintons will still want to be on the winning side.

    It’ll be interesting to watch.

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    • Agree: EdwardM
    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    Citi, nice take and will the rich white males and rich Jewish males continue to support the dems after the purge? National elections require big donations.
    , @Jack Hanson
    It seems like the leadership of the Left in the country is getting dumber while the masses of the Right are, if not getting smarter getting more perceptive and cunning. Cucks like Ben Sasse might still get elected, but Jeff Flakes are an exercise in virtue signaling that people on the front lines of the culture war want no part of any more.

    2014 and what was verboten around here is now being openly talked about by 'normies'.

    I think the next presidential election cycle is going to break the Left mentally and they will decide violent revolt is the way to go.

    , @Mr. Anon
    Perhaps white men will retreat to the layer behind the politicians - the party functionaries, strategists, campaign mercenaries, etc. American politics might just get more kabuki-like. This is, to some extent, already the case.
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  11. And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution? If Franken goes down while Roy Moore gets elected, which party would you a young white man feel more appreciated in?

    That would be a more compelling theory if the pro male and pro white message of the republicans weren’t completely subterranean and contradicted at every opportunity by the establishment.

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  12. @AnotherDad

    And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution?
     
    I love it. It's the fundamental logic of left multiculturalism playing out.

    But i have a hard time believing that there is really going to be a purge of the Jewish guys like say Chuck Shummer. It really is *their* party. It's program "global cosmopolitanism" and a meddling super-state with lots of comfy sinecures and rent-seeking is their program. Their black foot soldiers are just that--foot soldiers, who get some welfare, some AA and a few lucrative shakedowns at the high end, but don't actually get policies in their long term interest (see immigration) and don't run the show.

    Still a guy like Schummer can't come out and say "i'm really a minority, Jewish, not white". Cause they really don't want the natives thinking very hard about that! So they really have to posture as "good", "woke" whites as opposed to, oh ... guys like me. Ergo seems like they'll have to ramp up the white hate even further. But that's got to look pretty scary--they would rather be reducing from boil to simmer--plus will wake up even more white folks to what's in store for us.

    Crappy times for our civilization, but entertaining to see this leftist "logic" play out.

    Yep, see my comment below. Similar thinking though I left out the pure Jewish angle.

    I’ve been in DC for a long time and knew people who worked on the Hill in my younger days so I see some of this from an on-the-ground level. Hill staffs and campaign staff work in close quarters, often for very long days. The purging of large numbers of white males is going to make working on those staffs for the remaining white guys (who likely will be even more heavily Jewish than what they already are) a nightmare.

    I have a hard time imagining some young Chuck Schumer looking at his current and future situation and being too excited about sticking around. He won’t be allowed to move up to the point of being a Senate candidate, so his future is to become chief of staff of a powerful black or brown senator. Not a bad gig at all, but it would still entail managing a bunch that senator’s idiot friends. Every day dealing with morons who hate you because you’re white and are their boss.

    But, yes, the Jews will continue to run the Dem party if for no other reason than they provide all of the money and much of the organization. Perhaps the young Schumers will get more into the pure money side or form their own political organizations (filled with white guys) that parachute in to run campaigns or important Hill legislation battles while more or less telling the actual staffs of blacks, browns and lesbians to stand down until they’ve finished their work.

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    If money doesn't get you power any more, I have a feeling even the Jews will walk away from the Democrats. There's a certain percentage of Jews for whom power is more important than money. As for the others, another percentage understands that without holding political office, no agenda of yours will ever get a chance of being enacted, so they'll try for it through the Republican route.

    Normally, this would mean a rebirth of the Republican moderates, but the left is so insanely hostile to anything Republican that any Jew running as Republican is going to get labelled a Nazi and harassed without mercy.
    , @Anon
    Being a white guy who works for an (inevitably) corrupt black or brown pol is like becoming a Janissary. In other words, someone with much more moxie and brains choosing to advance the career of a being nowhere near as worthy as himself, and ultimately, it's an idiot's game. The real Janissaries ultimately ran everything anyway, because their brain-dead masters couldn't run the Ottoman Empire without them.

    There is no way blacks and browns can run anything without whites. Saudi Arabia would just be a bunch of guys with Swiss Bank accounts still living in tents without whites. There is no way whites will consent to let themselves by governed by blacks in this country if blacks turn everything into Detroit. At some point, a competent white male just gets fed up with their idiocy and takes over, like Trump.
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  13. bartok says:
    @reiner Tor
    The problem is that the dynamic has always been a little like this: the Left got more and more outrageous and so people elected the Faux Right. But instead of rolling back these outrageous changes, the Faux Right instead started making life easier for billionaires (tax cuts, anyone?), and at least in the US, engaged in the stupidest foreign policy adventures (I don't know, maybe starting pointless wars in the Middle East to please some ethnic lobbies), until eventually people got fed up and thought that maybe the Left won't be any worse than that. The Left initially didn't do much worse on the cultural issues than the Faux Right (remember, the latter didn't roll back anything either), only in the second term did it start the most outrageous cultural issues. So, eventually people got fed up with them, and voted back the Faux Right. Which is now cutting taxes for corporations and seems to be engaging in pointless foreign policy adventures. I'm not sure if it'll end well.

    So let's hope the Faux Right gets replaced by a Real Hard Right. I hope the good people of Alabama will vote for Roy Moore.

    So let’s hope the Faux Right gets replaced by a Real Hard Right.

    If you had told me one year ago that Trump would scare both Flake and Corker into retirement, I would have been completely impressed and delighted. The rule must be: pure-hearted Trumpers only in the red states and red districts. Purple and blue regions can keep their liberal Republican incumbents.

    Trump seems to follow this rule instinctively, going easy on liberal GOP Sen. Collins of purple Maine while blasting the woman senator from red Alaska on the health bill. And then Trump spiked two liberal/liberaltarian red state senators, Flake and Corker!

    Last, let’s not echo the communist media in calling Trump “far right.” He’s more mixed than that, especially on trade and entitlements. He ran far to HRC’s left on trade.

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    This is a point I’ve been making for a while now. When I was at AmRen over the summer, the thing that jumped out was the number of bright young white guys. It was very young, compared to the past. At Mencken, I had a similar experience. Lots of young white male academics in the room. They figured out how to avoid the Eye of Sauron, but instead of embracing the washed out politics of Conservative Inc, they were reading hate thinkers and following the dissident right.

    It’s not just that they are being systematically excluded from the domains of the Left. Dissident politics is where the action is now. There’s a thrill to the secrecy, the taboo breaking and so on. Our side grows stronger because it is becoming a collection point for disaffected white males.

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    You have to admit, it helps that the MSM has turned a corner of total biased coverage at every level. The NYT and Wapo, et al. have gone full Pravda on spitting out propaganda to take down Trump and the alt-right by any means necessary.

    Any semi-sentient white male has to be able to read those tea leaves. My fear (and general observation) is that the younger males appear to becoming more neutered by the day. Will they try to fit in with the new normal, or will they fight it like prior campaigns of feminization (e.g. prohibition)? I’m optimistic that nature will assert itself and the latter course will be taken.
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  15. This looks to me like an op that is being rolled out very deliberately. I don’t think it’s any accident that the Hollywood-Democrat complex is being beaten bloody with almost no collateral damage. Fingers crossed. After 24 years the LA police just miraculously “found” the tape of the Corey Feldman interview where he named names re the elite pedophile rings that he knows about, so maybe the next shoe is about to drop. I really hope that this is the case.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/2017/12/06/corey-feldmans-1993-report-sexual-assault-found-santa-barbara-sheriffs-office/928107001/

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  16. fish says:

    They purge some of their non het-cis white males too…..and replace them with …..

    John Conyers III Allegedly Body-Slammed His Girlfriend And Cut Her With A Knife

    But hey….dats bein hows deys rolls in Tinys Town!

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/12/06/john-conyers-iii-allegedly-body-slammed-his-girlfriend-and-cut-her-with-a-knife/

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  17. The whole episode amplifies your take on the Coalition of the Fringes (COTF). It is also a perfect example, relative to the past election, of the old phrase: they have learned nothing and they have forgotten nothing. They think the Democratic Party wasn’t catering enough to minorities, feminists and LBGTQ (I suggest everyone view Dave Chappelle’s take on the Q).

    They aren’t doubling down on the COTF, they are quintupling down. There will be nothing left of the Democratic Party that any sane person can recognize.

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  18. Stick says:

    It w0uld seem we shall have an Angry Black Man’s Party run by Fragile White Women. Everyone else will vote Republican – especially the Mexicans.

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  19. AndrewR says:

    While there is a difference between Weinstein-type predation and Franken-type perversion, one would have to be unreasonably paranoid to believe that all these females are lying about Franken grabbing their asses. The virtue-signalling against Franken is ridiculous, but let’s not just pretend this is boys-will-be-boys type stuff.

    The same is true of Roy Moore. Only the most paranoid tinfoil hat types could think that all these females are lying about Moore. It’s not like we all didn’t already know Moore was a total scumbag. This is just icing on the cake.

    And if this witch hunt against sexual degeneracy leads to Trump’s removal from office, even better. The Jerusalem thing was the last straw. Trump needs to be removed from power immediately.

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    From a geo-political standpoint, it’s illogical and actually severely harms Israel. In the grand scheme of things, I don’t really believe it harms the US position in the Middle East.

    From a cultural standpoint it’s a deft maneuver. It pushes Muslims further away from the United States. This forces them to choose sides. If groups of Muslims act irrationally, it will help Trump’s culture war and his travel ban battle. It may also wake up Europe to the reality of Islam if something really bad happens. It also divides Jewish liberals and Islamic liberals in the United States.
    , @Jack Hanson
    Only AndrewR could believe that there's no coincidence between these women accusing someone as well known as Moore 30 days before a general election.
    , @Redman
    Not happy about the Israel thing, but not surprised either. Trump has zero support from any power faction. He’s always had a bit of a soft spot for Israel, so he figured he’d play that card to get the Jewish lobby on his side. He’s got nothing to lose.

    As for your assumption (where there’s smoke there’s fire), I don’t know what to believe right now. As a lawyer, I think you need due process and the ability to vet the evidence. I thought Franken should have stuck it out, and I’m glad Moore has done so. False claims are made aplenty in the litigious USA. It’s all about getting people to believe your bullshit, and cashing out.
    , @Hunsdon
    It's almost like the Senate voted (albeit in a nonbinding resolution) 90-0 that Jerusalem was the capital of Israel back in June or something. Almost like that!
    , @AnotherDad

    And if this witch hunt against sexual degeneracy leads to Trump’s removal from office, even better. The Jerusalem thing was the last straw. Trump needs to be removed from power immediately.
     
    Huh?

    I don't understand this obsessive focus on Israel. Yeah, all the American ankle grabbing is extremely unpleasant to watch, so I get that it pisses off American patriots.

    But nothing going on vis-à-vis Israel is actually critical to Americans. Iran could nuke Tel-Aviv tomorrow or the Israelis could drive out all the non-Jews and neither is critical to my kids' future. Pseudo-American Brett Stephens would be alternatively having an existential emotional crisis or dancing with glee. But he's an "American"--AINO. My kids future is not dependent on the level of butchery in the middle east, nor the geopolitical boundaries there. (Thank goodness!)

    What critically affects my kids' future is the attempt to displace them via mass immigration--and rip up the nation with "diversity!" That's the critical battleground where I will judge Trump and indeed where Trump is falling short.
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  20. I doubt there’s any well-conceived plan behind these purges. It’s more emotional catharsis. They’re in a rage over their years of hypocrisy at supposedly being feminists while tolerating the biggest sleezebags around: John Kennedy, Ted Kennedy, Bill Clinton, ad infinitum. It doesn’t hurt that Donald Trump is president and that Roy Moore is running for Senate.

    FFS, they re-elected Dead Kennedy SEVEN TIMES after he left Mary Jo Kopechne to drown. Had Hillary won they would have been forced to keep their rage in check another 4 or 8 years. But Ted is dead and Bill and Hillary are finished, so they can drive a lot of 60/70/80 somethings out of the party without feeling like there will be much consequence. It’s like the “reformed” alcoholic who runs around the house dumping out all the Scotch and vodka…then runs to the liquor store just 3 days later and buys it all back. It also makes them feel a lot more secure when they get conservatives fired for the most minor of offenses. But the liberal pervs will be back, and the leftists will soon return to tolerating them.

    The downside for them is that this will make make more young white politically-minded men realize they have no future with that party. When bawdy humor gets thrown in with genuine harassment, and when dozens of men can be brought down by a single unfounded or decades old charge, men will flee in droves. The drive to procreate is one of the most powerful forces in the human body. People, men especially, often do stupid things when they slip and allow themselves to be controlled by it. People should be forgiven for the more minor mistakes they make when they allow that to happen.

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    "I doubt there’s any well-conceived plan behind these purges. It’s more emotional catharsis."

    It's your standard democrat riot. They riot in their own neighborhoods.
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  21. IHTG says:
    @AnotherDad

    And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution?
     
    I love it. It's the fundamental logic of left multiculturalism playing out.

    But i have a hard time believing that there is really going to be a purge of the Jewish guys like say Chuck Shummer. It really is *their* party. It's program "global cosmopolitanism" and a meddling super-state with lots of comfy sinecures and rent-seeking is their program. Their black foot soldiers are just that--foot soldiers, who get some welfare, some AA and a few lucrative shakedowns at the high end, but don't actually get policies in their long term interest (see immigration) and don't run the show.

    Still a guy like Schummer can't come out and say "i'm really a minority, Jewish, not white". Cause they really don't want the natives thinking very hard about that! So they really have to posture as "good", "woke" whites as opposed to, oh ... guys like me. Ergo seems like they'll have to ramp up the white hate even further. But that's got to look pretty scary--they would rather be reducing from boil to simmer--plus will wake up even more white folks to what's in store for us.

    Crappy times for our civilization, but entertaining to see this leftist "logic" play out.

    What do you think Al Franken is, Swedish?

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    What do you think Al Franken is, Swedish?


    John Podhoretz is Swedish, Al Franken is Argentinian.
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  22. Finspapa says:

    Soft “t” in cishet?

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  23. Marty T says:

    Blue collar whites are already strongly Republican. But many college educated white men have problems with Trump. So hopefully a purge of a Jewish, Harvard man like Franken can let them know the Democratic party is no place for you. Though…if you’re a straight white man voting Democrat, you’ve really been delusional for a while.

    McConnell might as well throw a party change option at Franken. Nothing to lose.

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    Blue collar whites are already strongly Republican.


    Whites Without College Degrees(WWCDs) are conditionally part of Trump's winning coalition. WWCDs are in no way "strongly Republican." WWCDs have been abandoned by the Democrat Party.

    Trump was able to win the votes of WWCDs in Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Florida because Hillary Clinton as a choice was so horrible and Trump ran on an America First platform that called for immigration restrictionism, the killing of sovereignty-sapping trade deal scams and a skepticism about overseas military interventionism.

    WWCDs might abandon the GOP and skip the 2018 elections if Trump keeps up this weak, pussy warmed-over conventional GOP crap that features tax cuts for the plutocrats and transnational corporations, Israel First foreign policy and amnesty for illegal alien invaders.
    , @MKP
    "McConnell might as well throw a party change option at Franken. Nothing to lose."

    Well, we could posit numerous problems with that option - numerous "somethings to lose." Nonetheless, there are some potential benefits to it, and we absolutely need that kind of outside-the-box thinking.

    I hereby resolve to subscribe to your newsletter.
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  24. Beckow says:
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    The problem is that the dynamic has always been a little like this: the Left got more and more outrageous and so people elected the Faux Right. But instead of rolling back these outrageous changes, the Faux Right instead started making life easier for billionaires (tax cuts, anyone?), and at least in the US, engaged in the stupidest foreign policy adventures (I don't know, maybe starting pointless wars in the Middle East to please some ethnic lobbies), until eventually people got fed up and thought that maybe the Left won't be any worse than that. The Left initially didn't do much worse on the cultural issues than the Faux Right (remember, the latter didn't roll back anything either), only in the second term did it start the most outrageous cultural issues. So, eventually people got fed up with them, and voted back the Faux Right. Which is now cutting taxes for corporations and seems to be engaging in pointless foreign policy adventures. I'm not sure if it'll end well.

    So let's hope the Faux Right gets replaced by a Real Hard Right. I hope the good people of Alabama will vote for Roy Moore.

    But instead of rolling back these outrageous changes, the Faux Right instead started making life easier for billionaires

    In their defence, it is really hard to fight all institutions, all the time. From academia, media, government, international institutions, charities, Hollywood, churches, etc… the loony Left owns it, runs it, controls the narrative and access.

    Making life better for the billionaires is much easier. People tend to do what is easier.

    Electing more real conservatives (I will adopt your terminology although I am not all that comfortable with it) is symbolically very important. But it changes little in terms of power. This is a tsunami of an almost totalitarian ‘progressive liberal’ madness – all institutions reinforce it, clap for each other, and attack any dissent.

    The way these ‘movements’ end is when things stop working. And it stops working when there is a fatal over-reach. Systems die of indigestion, not hunger. (Hunger often comes soon after.) Then it all ends, usually very suddenly and you can’t find anyone in retrospect who would own up to it. We are still far away from that point – the system is quite resilient.

    The symbolic victories (Brexit, Trump, or Moore…) only energise the liberal faithful into an even more fanatical actions. They are great because they accelerate the eventual demise, but this will be a long way down. The trick is to get the timing right and to find a safe place (the crazy SJWs are intuitively right that safe places are coming :)..)

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  25. Steve Sailer says:

    And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution?

    Sailer inadvertently hits upon the origins of the Alt-Right and the upcoming inter-generational blood bath that awaits the evil baby boomers. Keeping the country running? Electronics keeps the country running and nothing else. The American Empire is an electronic empire that has an electronic currency and an electronic propaganda cloud covering up the treason of the ruling class. You don’t need many American men of European Christian ancestry to keep that going.

    The Federal Reserve Bank electronically “credits” other banks with dollars conjured up out of thin air. In 2007 and 2008 the decision was made by the baby boomer ruling class to continue the gravy train for the baby boomer generation.

    Young people know damn well that “keeping the country running” means bailing out the baby boomers, the banks and the transnational corporations. The young people in the Alt-Right know that evil baby boomers have used the power of the government to re-inflate the asset bubbles in real estate, stocks and bonds.

    “Keeping the country running” to the young White Core Americans means bailing out the greedy slobs in the baby boomer generation using monetary extremism of a sort never seen before. Young White Core Americans would be better off if there was a complete and total global financial implosion. Instead the decaying and weak baby boomer generation is using the power of the government to enslave and enfeeble the young White Core Americans. It is a slow-motion civilizational train wreck.

    We do not have capitalism, we have central banker shysterism. If we had capitalism the banks and the transnational corporations and the asset bubbles would have been liquidated starting in 2007.

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    On a Twitter thread, I asked how exactly inflation wipes out debts for individuals, who aren't perennial, scaled organizations like governments and large corporations. A Boomer academic responded by gloating over the appreciation of the house he'd owned for 30+ years. You are spot on.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    Young people know damn well that “keeping the country running” means bailing out the baby boomers...
     
    Never mind that these "young people"'s beloved grandparents and great-grandparents got way more proportionately in benefits, while instructing their offspring never to touch them. (Cf "third rail of politics".)

    We always blame a "generation" late. Brokaw's Freudian "greatest generation" is responsible for much of the rot we see. They didn't so much cause it as allow it to happen on their watch. (Only two states allowed 18-year-olds to vote in 1964.) They were too busy saving up for that bigger car and that mini-estate in Florida or Arizona, where they objected to paying property taxes to teach the local kids.

    The "boomers"' biggest sin was ruining education. Which is why almost everyone born 20-30 years later is as dumb as rocks.

    , @Tulip Bulb Millionaire
    ... greedy slobs in the baby boomer generation using monetary extremism of a sort never seen before [etc.]

    Retire to your panic room an hour a day to think up new hate-boomers lines, do you?
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  26. Svigor says:

    It does all seem to add up to a left that will be less and less able to discourage, contain, or suppress the emergence of a strong radical right.

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  27. Whiskey says: • Website

    The logic is simple. Only so many good positions available. Goodbye White men. Hello White women and nams.

    Won’t stop at Dems either. Coming to corps soon as well. Same logic

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    Yeah, but corps still have to get things done on the ground. A NAM politician can get votes without too many white guys but a NAM VP of whatever at a corp can't keep the trains running without a lot of white guys.

    Also, at some point, the costs of AA will pinch. A corp can only afford so much dead weight. Pay off a couple of high-level NAMs and move on. You think that Eric "My family passes the paper bag test" Holder really cares about ghetto blacks getting into the corporate world. It's a business for him, just like the mob shaking down grocery stores back in the day.
    , @SimplePseudonymicHandle

    The logic is simple. Only so many good positions available. Goodbye White men.
     
    I don't think so.

    I suspect that behind the scenes what was happening for awhile at least in private industry was a goodly measure of make-work.

    So - smart companies seeking to avoid negative publicity and EEOC/AA lawsuits would increase diversity by literally creating pointless jobs with the intention of filling them with employees embodying physical characteristics that please governing and social authorities. This was done with such nuance and suave that it actually has gone completely unnoticed by nearly all white and Asian males who simply steam quietly at the naked discrimination.

    It does hurt white and Asian males, but not the way they think it did. In other words: odds are good there is a job for you if you are capable, someone has to do the work after all. The real effect is that the practice drew down wages and profits, since these make-work jobs cost money. We were well on the way to degenerating into a massive spoils-program, it's just that everyone seems to have freaked out before the process was complete.
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  28. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    Steve, you might find this interesting.

    Why did Turkey Issue an Arrest Warrant Against Me?

    December 7, 2017
    by Graham E. Fuller • Blog • Tags: attemptedTurkish coup, Erdogan, Graham Fuller, Gulen, US •

    Why did Turkey Issue an Arrest Warrant Against Me?

    Graham E. Fuller (grahamefuller.com)

    7 December 2017

    On 1 December 2017 the government of Turkey issued an arrest warrant against me, accusing me of personal involvement, right on the scene in Istanbul on the night of 16 July 2016, helping direct the failed coup attempt against the Erdogan government. [See BBC account @dfordoom


    All the groups in the left hate each other. They can’t help but eventually turn on the Jews when they no longer need them.
     
    Except that they are all entirely dependent on the (largely Jewish) billionaire class for their funding. They are not going to bite the hand that feeds them. They might be delusional in many ways but they know which side their bread is buttered.

    And it's not these loony left groups who are using the billionaire class. It's the billionaire class who are using them. It's the billionaires who decide who gets kicked to the kerb.
    , @David Davenport
    All the groups in the left hate each other.

    Problem is, all the groups on the American Left will soon outnumber white, Christian, patriotic Americans.

    I'm not sure which side the LDS, led by Mittens Romney, is on at this point.
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  • MarkinLA says:
    @AnotherDad

    And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution?
     
    I love it. It's the fundamental logic of left multiculturalism playing out.

    But i have a hard time believing that there is really going to be a purge of the Jewish guys like say Chuck Shummer. It really is *their* party. It's program "global cosmopolitanism" and a meddling super-state with lots of comfy sinecures and rent-seeking is their program. Their black foot soldiers are just that--foot soldiers, who get some welfare, some AA and a few lucrative shakedowns at the high end, but don't actually get policies in their long term interest (see immigration) and don't run the show.

    Still a guy like Schummer can't come out and say "i'm really a minority, Jewish, not white". Cause they really don't want the natives thinking very hard about that! So they really have to posture as "good", "woke" whites as opposed to, oh ... guys like me. Ergo seems like they'll have to ramp up the white hate even further. But that's got to look pretty scary--they would rather be reducing from boil to simmer--plus will wake up even more white folks to what's in store for us.

    Crappy times for our civilization, but entertaining to see this leftist "logic" play out.

    I am not so sure. I used to read Front Page Magazine a lot and one of their born again Jews was a Phyllis Chesler. She used to be right there with David Horowitz and the hate whitey left. She hob-nobbed with the Black Panthers and all the rest of the victim classes. I think she always expected to be part of the leadership. One day she woke up to find out that those she thought she was leading were kicking her to the curb to appease the Palestinians.

    She suddenly became an uber-Jew overnight.

    All the groups in the left hate each other. They can’t help but eventually turn on the Jews when they no longer need them.

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    All the groups in the left hate each other. They can’t help but eventually turn on the Jews when they no longer need them.
     
    They'll always need money, organization, the media and people who can actually get the job done. I think that the job security of Jews in politics is pretty secure. The question is will individual Jews be satisfied being the behind-the-scenes organizer for black and brown politicians. Will Jews accept not being the man in front?

    They should given their very small population numbers, but Jews aren't renowned for their diffidence.
    , @27 year old

    All the groups in the left hate each other. They can’t help but eventually turn on the Jews when they no longer need them.
     
    The Coalition Of The Ascendant (tm) will never not need some of either jews or hetero Whites. So, good news for us that they seem to be turning on them too soon. We'll see how it plays out. Without some of either of those groups, the left would collapse immediately. Without big money, they have nothing except resentment and rage. Only the Asians have the skills they would need and I think the Asians are more inclined toward a center-right dystopia than a far-left one.
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  • JimB says:

    All the alpha males in the Democrat party are non-white. These third world alphas, like Conyers, impulsively prey on women, especially white women. On the other hand the white male Democrats accused of sexual misconduct are usually geeks and soy boys who spent a lot of time in high school unsuccessfully begging plain or middling-attractive girls for dates. As middle age men with prestige and power they are out to settle the score with the kind of women who ignored them when in adolescence.

    Republicans men are much more likely to be, although not always, relatively handsome white alpha males with attractive wives. Sexually satisfied at home and frequently married to homemakers rather than skanky Justice Department lawyers and Google executives, the men of the GOP have fewer issues with keeping their hands to themselves.

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    I am not so sure. I used to read Front Page Magazine a lot and one of their born again Jews was a Phyllis Chesler. She used to be right there with David Horowitz and the hate whitey left. She hob-nobbed with the Black Panthers and all the rest of the victim classes. I think she always expected to be part of the leadership. One day she woke up to find out that those she thought she was leading were kicking her to the curb to appease the Palestinians.

    She suddenly became an uber-Jew overnight.

    All the groups in the left hate each other. They can't help but eventually turn on the Jews when they no longer need them.

    All the groups in the left hate each other. They can’t help but eventually turn on the Jews when they no longer need them.

    They’ll always need money, organization, the media and people who can actually get the job done. I think that the job security of Jews in politics is pretty secure. The question is will individual Jews be satisfied being the behind-the-scenes organizer for black and brown politicians. Will Jews accept not being the man in front?

    They should given their very small population numbers, but Jews aren’t renowned for their diffidence.

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  • @Whiskey
    The logic is simple. Only so many good positions available. Goodbye White men. Hello White women and nams.

    Won't stop at Dems either. Coming to corps soon as well. Same logic

    Yeah, but corps still have to get things done on the ground. A NAM politician can get votes without too many white guys but a NAM VP of whatever at a corp can’t keep the trains running without a lot of white guys.

    Also, at some point, the costs of AA will pinch. A corp can only afford so much dead weight. Pay off a couple of high-level NAMs and move on. You think that Eric “My family passes the paper bag test” Holder really cares about ghetto blacks getting into the corporate world. It’s a business for him, just like the mob shaking down grocery stores back in the day.

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    Or like BLM shaking down the NFL in The Current Year.
    , @Moses

    A NAM politician can get votes without too many white guys but a NAM VP of whatever at a corp can't keep the trains running without a lot of white guys.
     
    Yes. See the Washington area Metro system. Run by NAMs and literally falling apart despite massive amounts of cash being pumped in. Also, see Puerto Rico's inability to get the lights on again after a storm.
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    OT: Wacky high school football prank gone awry in York , Pennsylvania. Three Haven Monahans accused of Al Franken-ish buffoonery.

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  • If I was going to guess the next left-wing cis-gendered (((white)) male to go down due to sexual harassment allegations I would assume it would be Bill Maher.

    I think given recent statements by Maher on the #metoo phenomena that have engaged female celebrities and his notorious past reputation with lots of entertainment industry women alleging to his past behavior, I got to assume he is hearing footsteps.

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    If I was going to guess the next left-wing cis-gendered (((white)) male to go down due to sexual harassment allegations I would assume it would be Bill Maher.
     
    Maher pretty exclusively dates black ladies, they seem to have different standards on this - he'll be fine.
    , @Buffalo Joe
    Anti, Maybe, but he is their mouthpiece, so I doubt it.
    , @anon
    Maher? Great pick. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy.

    But it better be a solid felony or Maher won't just bend over and wilt.
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  • This is truly the meaning of the Biblical story of the Tower of Babel.

    Babble on, Pinkos & Friends! Keep on killing your own for no real reason whatever.

    Crimaney.

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  • Feminazis driving wedges into the Coalition of the Fringes. Pass the popcorn. Good times. Good times.

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    And now maybe we've got sluts vs. homos brewing in the wake of the August Ames suicide.
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  • @MarkinLA
    I am not so sure. I used to read Front Page Magazine a lot and one of their born again Jews was a Phyllis Chesler. She used to be right there with David Horowitz and the hate whitey left. She hob-nobbed with the Black Panthers and all the rest of the victim classes. I think she always expected to be part of the leadership. One day she woke up to find out that those she thought she was leading were kicking her to the curb to appease the Palestinians.

    She suddenly became an uber-Jew overnight.

    All the groups in the left hate each other. They can't help but eventually turn on the Jews when they no longer need them.

    All the groups in the left hate each other. They can’t help but eventually turn on the Jews when they no longer need them.

    The Coalition Of The Ascendant ™ will never not need some of either jews or hetero Whites. So, good news for us that they seem to be turning on them too soon. We’ll see how it plays out. Without some of either of those groups, the left would collapse immediately. Without big money, they have nothing except resentment and rage. Only the Asians have the skills they would need and I think the Asians are more inclined toward a center-right dystopia than a far-left one.

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  • @AnotherDad

    And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution?
     
    I love it. It's the fundamental logic of left multiculturalism playing out.

    But i have a hard time believing that there is really going to be a purge of the Jewish guys like say Chuck Shummer. It really is *their* party. It's program "global cosmopolitanism" and a meddling super-state with lots of comfy sinecures and rent-seeking is their program. Their black foot soldiers are just that--foot soldiers, who get some welfare, some AA and a few lucrative shakedowns at the high end, but don't actually get policies in their long term interest (see immigration) and don't run the show.

    Still a guy like Schummer can't come out and say "i'm really a minority, Jewish, not white". Cause they really don't want the natives thinking very hard about that! So they really have to posture as "good", "woke" whites as opposed to, oh ... guys like me. Ergo seems like they'll have to ramp up the white hate even further. But that's got to look pretty scary--they would rather be reducing from boil to simmer--plus will wake up even more white folks to what's in store for us.

    Crappy times for our civilization, but entertaining to see this leftist "logic" play out.

    What the heck are you talking about? Al Franken is Jewish and he is now officially toast.

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    Just watched Al Franken, cishet white male, leave the Senate. I did not hear much in the way of contrition from Al, but he certainly took the time for the set-up, which was that Donald Trump also must step down.

    Surely that is the point of the Great Cleansing – the impeachment of our president, Donald Trump, and the nullification of the 2016 election. Oh and don’t forget, all of the other cishet white males with power should also resign, just to make sure.

    Wouldn’t we all feel better, when the Today Show is run by women and black guys?

    It’s just like the Democrats to make all men feel bad, just when we have elected the man who could potentially help turn everything around. Support Trumpish candidates in 2018! Nobody said this would be a cakewalk, the Swamp is pulling out all the stops.

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    Surely that is the point of the Great Cleansing – the impeachment of our president, Donald Trump, and the nullification of the 2016 election.
     
    Which is why I am going to laugh, laugh, laugh when Moore wins and Trump does NOT step down. Unilateral disarmament for the win!
    , @Buffalo Joe
    Anon7, look at how many major US cities are run by black mayors, DAs, police chiefs, City Councils, who needs white males? The same cities that need less poverty, dis function and crime...that's who.
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  • anon says: • Disclaimer

    Yesterday’s Bloomberg had a theme of the push to add People of Color and Women to corporate BODs.

    And I’m thinking of a couple of large corporations that have been marching in place for a few years during a massive bull market. Run by one of each.

    I can live with a South Asian. And maybe every corporation could use a single diversity member of the BOD. However, there aren’t that many outside directors and you absolutely need a couple that know something about finance and to serve on the compensation committee.

    Mostly directors do nothing … but when you need them …. you need them badly.

    Well …. done with diversity CEOs … never again. Maybe the Indian Woman that runs or used to run Pepsi had some good years. But they sell both sugar water AND salted snacks.

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  • MBlanc46 says:

    I hate the Dem Party. I hate the Repubs, too. I’m not sure which party I hate more. It’s close. But I would love to see the Dems become the anti-white party. I mean even more than they are now. Openly, explicitly. Go ahead, Dems, make my day.

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  • In regards to dwindling number cishet white males in the Democratic party, is creepy Joe Biden next?

    By next year the Democratic party cat ladies will be taking on the “Oye como va. Mi ritmo bueno pa’ gozar, mulata.” males in the Hispanic caucus.

    And say what you will about John Conyers, I will bet he is still much better behaved then the up and coming Hip-Hop generation of black congressmen.

    The next question is whether or not the party’s remaining Soy-Boys will support a sexual adventuress like Kamala Harris. I think you have to be pretty emasculated male to support a women who slept her way to the top the heap of the California Democratic party.

    So I guess that leaves the down-low presentable black males like Cory Booker.

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    What's the scoop on Kamala Harris? She looks like she could really sleep.
    , @candid_observer
    If Kamala Harris is the Dem candidate, look to Trump running a California vs Everybody Else campaign. Steinle's killer, and the disgusting injustice in a SF court, will make a major appearance. Harris is all San Francisco on identity politics/open borders/sanctuary city issues.

    How popular is, say, sanctuary cities? I think the slim number of cities which have taken on that designation tells the story.

    A Kamala Harris vs Trump election will be really ugly.
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  • anon says: • Disclaimer

    Franken wasn’t just a male.

    He was part of the Hollywood/Washington axis. Starting with Reagan. ‘Lets get an actor’.

    But Franken was a nod to The Daily Show/Comedy News that was the rage at the time.

    The obvious idea/bad idea if for the Dems to run Oprah against Trump. Maybe it is a good idea. For those whose greatest desire is to FEEL safe — she would be the best.

    My favorite was when they wanted to run the DA from Law and Order in the Republican Primary. Fred Thompson.

    I would be ok with putting Kiefer Southerland I charge of US Special Ops. Loved his interrogation techniques.

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    Oprah would absolutely obliterate Trump. It's not even funny how easily she would own the black and woman vote in the primaries. Turnout for her in the general would be through the roof, and she would prevent the right from rallying against her as we did against Hillary because she has genius communication skills.

    Even so, it really sounds like Oprah has no interest in being president.
    , @David Davenport
    My favorite was when they wanted to run the DA from Law and Order in the Republican Primary. Fred Thompson.

    The late Fred Thompson was basically just another GOPer -- bigly conservative talk, not so much action.
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  • bomag says:

    which party would you a young white man feel more appreciated in?

    A related problem is that politics has become so nasty up and down the spectrum that a lot of good people avoid running for office/working at a policy level. Thus we get the cranks and the compromised.

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  • One of the issues at work right now is that women are far better organized and represented than are men to the point that even when there is no there there, everybody has to sit up and take notice when they pitch a fit. This whole moral panic is a no cost rent seeking exercise (or shit test) that women are doing to see what they can turn up. The only thing men can do is react passively and hope they which hunt does not come knocking on their door.

    If I was a Republican operative and had a billion dollars to invest, I would fund a modern men’s rights movement. The time and atmosphere is ripe and what it would take is money to build a modern PR / lobbying organization because the issues are already well trodden but seem to never make it out of the internet ghetto.

    It would probably shake the Left to the core because women would finally have some competition which would force them to reform and create a political realignment, and with it, taking many of the easy victories that seem to always come there way.

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    @AnotherDad

    And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution?
     
    I love it. It's the fundamental logic of left multiculturalism playing out.

    But i have a hard time believing that there is really going to be a purge of the Jewish guys like say Chuck Shummer. It really is *their* party. It's program "global cosmopolitanism" and a meddling super-state with lots of comfy sinecures and rent-seeking is their program. Their black foot soldiers are just that--foot soldiers, who get some welfare, some AA and a few lucrative shakedowns at the high end, but don't actually get policies in their long term interest (see immigration) and don't run the show.

    Still a guy like Schummer can't come out and say "i'm really a minority, Jewish, not white". Cause they really don't want the natives thinking very hard about that! So they really have to posture as "good", "woke" whites as opposed to, oh ... guys like me. Ergo seems like they'll have to ramp up the white hate even further. But that's got to look pretty scary--they would rather be reducing from boil to simmer--plus will wake up even more white folks to what's in store for us.

    Crappy times for our civilization, but entertaining to see this leftist "logic" play out.

    Franken is Jewish and he’s been kicked out.

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    Another thing to consider on the punditry/intellectual side…

    On the liberal side, you have Hannah Rosin, Judith Shulevitz, and…. not too many more women of that caliber.

    The gap in quality between the men and the women is huge. A couple months back, I had to follow the twitter account of a lib journo closely and, I swear, when he would begin retweeting the women, the intellectual quality of his timeline went down at least one stdv. He’s got to notice, how can one not? So, then, whyyyyyyyyyyyy?????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I thought of Ron Unz’s Meritocracy essay whenever this happened.

    I’m not much of a feminist, but it was embarrassing. It is embarrassing. We women are not empowered by throwing up mediocrities; more is not better! But they don’t care!

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    By lacking any real competition, feminism / organized women's groups radicalized in addition to getting fat. They paid no penalty for their bad behavior and in fact were rewarded for it, so what happened is that the most extreme elements won out in the internal power struggle. With Trump, you see the inkling of men starting to become more active such as at the polls, and with it probably a certain amount of discomfort occurring on the left. Another thing is that feminism is a reflexive ideology. Everything is couched in terms of "men have this so therefore we should have that, or this too". They are followers and when a space is made safe they take over. I think that much of this purge is clearing the way for a female President in 2020. They have to show they are victims so they will have something to run on.
    , @Reg Cæsar
    Our side can point to Laura Ingraham, Ann Coulter, Ann Corcoran, Michelle Malkin, Kathy Shaidle, and a few others, who, while hardly perfect, often put our men to shame. And we can look back with pride at the late Phyllis Schlafly, who I thought would have made a great president.

    In 1979, the Brits rejected all the men in Parliament, because they wanted someone with balls.
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  • Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    Totem Pole:

    The only thing that *just might possibly* trump a black male is a black woman, but it’s a dicey proposition at the best of times – at the cutting edge, where the holy of holies dwell, the common rule of ‘female trumps male’ breaks down.

    A number of years back, in the godawful benighted backwoods of Louisiana, a gang of black ‘teens’ – echoes of a reverse Scotsboro – perpetrated a multiplayer gang rape, or possibly a series of gang rapes on a Mexican child. The usual quarters were very quick to assert Totem Pole pokemon points according to the accepted hierarchy.

    That’s why you’ve probably never heard of this gang rape.

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  • The black dems in congress were already pushing back, saying that it was white women that were claiming victimhood with John Conyers. The next dem presidential candidate will have to be a woman of color. They won’t run a white cis male, maybe Kamala Harris, doubt Warren appeals to blacks.

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    2020 is ages away in political terms. By 2020 the Great Purges of 2017 will be over and forgotten. The arc of the Coalition of the Fringes bends away from white men but the arc is long. Remember that as recently as last month Franken himself was being name checked.
    , @Rod1963
    Kamala Harris is indeed the anointed one. A vile, socially promoted SJW and race warrior all wrapped into to one ugly package. IMS she basically slept her way into power.

    I expect her to go full SJW when she runs since her base is primarily white females and ethnics.
    , @Forbes
    I'm of the opinion that (a result of the male purges) the Dems will run a woman until one is finally elected president. The positioning going on (11 female Dem Senators getting Franken to go) seems to be that men can only play subsidiary roles, as the price for their misbehavior.

    The Republican war on women will be turned into the male war on women.

    Yes, years are a lifetime in politics, but campaigns start well before the election year, and jockeying starts well before that--as in now.
    , @Zach
    Steve mentioned the Congressional Black Caucus. Any good rumors about them? You can certainly envision a situation where white female congresswomen champion an accuser who threatens a black congressman. It’s going to happen and Maxine Waters will have a dilemma.
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    @Buffalo Joe
    The black dems in congress were already pushing back, saying that it was white women that were claiming victimhood with John Conyers. The next dem presidential candidate will have to be a woman of color. They won't run a white cis male, maybe Kamala Harris, doubt Warren appeals to blacks.

    2020 is ages away in political terms. By 2020 the Great Purges of 2017 will be over and forgotten. The arc of the Coalition of the Fringes bends away from white men but the arc is long. Remember that as recently as last month Franken himself was being name checked.

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    Jack, Thank you, good points
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    2020 is ages away in political terms. By 2020 the Great Purges of 2017 will be over and forgotten. The arc of the Coalition of the Fringes bends away from white men but the arc is long. Remember that as recently as last month Franken himself was being name checked.

    Jack, Thank you, good points

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    Beware of Al Franken’s resignation. He says he will resign in the next few weeks. I will only believe it when he actually resigns.

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    Clyde, kinda like he threatened to kill himself and yet there he is. We are waiting Al, and I am on the street yelling "Jump, jump!"
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  • syonredux says:
    @AnotherDad

    And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution?
     
    I love it. It's the fundamental logic of left multiculturalism playing out.

    But i have a hard time believing that there is really going to be a purge of the Jewish guys like say Chuck Shummer. It really is *their* party. It's program "global cosmopolitanism" and a meddling super-state with lots of comfy sinecures and rent-seeking is their program. Their black foot soldiers are just that--foot soldiers, who get some welfare, some AA and a few lucrative shakedowns at the high end, but don't actually get policies in their long term interest (see immigration) and don't run the show.

    Still a guy like Schummer can't come out and say "i'm really a minority, Jewish, not white". Cause they really don't want the natives thinking very hard about that! So they really have to posture as "good", "woke" whites as opposed to, oh ... guys like me. Ergo seems like they'll have to ramp up the white hate even further. But that's got to look pretty scary--they would rather be reducing from boil to simmer--plus will wake up even more white folks to what's in store for us.

    Crappy times for our civilization, but entertaining to see this leftist "logic" play out.

    But i have a hard time believing that there is really going to be a purge of the Jewish guys like say Chuck Shummer.

    We’ll see…..but things like this do have a tendency to spiral out of control…..cf the Cultural Revolution in China and the Reign of Terror in France (which ended with the death of Robespierre)….”Revolution is like Saturn, it devours its own children”

    And we have seen the fall of the previously untouchable Harvey Weinstein …..

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    If Harvey Weinstein can fall I really wonder how easy David Geffen is sleeping these days.

    Geffen is probably an even bigger billionaire Jewish Democrat mega donor than Weinstein. Geffen's fundraising parties are legendary. As are his gay orgies.

    My wonder is if you will have gay men jealous of all the attention the Hollywood women are getting coming forward with their own accusations of abuse.
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  • @reiner Tor
    The problem is that the dynamic has always been a little like this: the Left got more and more outrageous and so people elected the Faux Right. But instead of rolling back these outrageous changes, the Faux Right instead started making life easier for billionaires (tax cuts, anyone?), and at least in the US, engaged in the stupidest foreign policy adventures (I don't know, maybe starting pointless wars in the Middle East to please some ethnic lobbies), until eventually people got fed up and thought that maybe the Left won't be any worse than that. The Left initially didn't do much worse on the cultural issues than the Faux Right (remember, the latter didn't roll back anything either), only in the second term did it start the most outrageous cultural issues. So, eventually people got fed up with them, and voted back the Faux Right. Which is now cutting taxes for corporations and seems to be engaging in pointless foreign policy adventures. I'm not sure if it'll end well.

    So let's hope the Faux Right gets replaced by a Real Hard Right. I hope the good people of Alabama will vote for Roy Moore.

    I believe it was Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents who said that in the West, you essentially get two choices. Either you vote for a rabidly anti-white (and by extention, anti-Western) left, mostly made-up of self-hating whites and the non-white freeriders who exploit that sentiment or you vote for a much less (socially/culturally) crazy right, which nevertheless never has the balls to truly challenge the left’s hegemony and ultimately ends up accepting all the premises of their opponents – only 20 years later – and in exchange you get plutocracy, massive tax cuts to corporations, worse working conditions for the working classes, less security etc.

    You never really get social conservatism and economic socialism(with a small ‘s’ of course). I think part of the reason why the major Western and/or EU media and politicians are going so crazy sperging out against Poland is precisely because this is what we’ve done. PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative. That is a very potent combination which is popular with wide swathes of the public. In essence, they are populists in the best sense of the word.

    This is also to some extent what I believe the so-called ‘Sailer Strategy’ was about. Embracing white identity is a form of rebellion against multiculturalism (which has an implicit assumption that white identity must be stayed in order for others to flourish. The majority must be silenced/passified). Sailer also advocated more smart policies to aid the white working-class base of the GOP, which would challenge the neoliberal dogma which the GOP donor class wants.

    Of course the GOP are far too stupid to ever adopt it. Trump probably only flirted with it thanks to his thirst to power and desperation to get elected at any price. Plus, one has to concede that he does seem to be genuinely a quasi-nationalist of some form. Especially wrt trade, big mega-agreements on climate change as well as the recent “global compact on migration” which few have heard about, which was pushed through in the UN under the Obama admin’s nose with no complaints, and if anything enthusiastic cheer. Nevertheless, Trump is more useful to Israel’s foreign policy objectives, as we’ve seen with the recent embassy move or the pointless threats vs Iran. The major tax cut bill won’t be what white America needs, but it is what the GOP’s donor base wants.

    Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism. When you challenge one of the two, you’re in trouble. When you challenge both, you become public enemy #1.

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    God bless Poland.
    , @nebulafox
    >Trump probably only flirted with it thanks to his thirst to power and desperation to get elected at any price.

    I don't think he ever expected to be elected, and just said whatever popped into his mind during the day. And now that he's in the White House, he's just going to naturally take the easiest course available to him, which is caving to McConnellism.

    Trump is neither the neo-fascist of his enemies fevered imaginations nor the crusading Marius envisioned by his supporters. He's Berlusconi with a weirder hairdo. No more, no less.

    >Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism. When you challenge one of the two, you’re in trouble. When you challenge both, you become public enemy #1.

    Ding. Ding. Ding. We have a winner.

    , @Reg Cæsar

    The major tax cut bill won’t be what white America needs
     
    Whites are paying the bulk of taxes now, so they'll need a "major tax cut bill" of some kind.

    PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative. That is a very potent combination which is popular with wide swathes of the public. In essence, they are populists in the best sense of the word
     
    The problem with that, is that there are far more poor outside your country than within it, and you're building an enormous institution, the welfare state, with powers of coercion and with a great incentive to invite those poor into the country.

    And that they do. It's no accident that the 1964 presidential election here revolved around the most popular ("third rail") segment of our welfare state and led to the legislation that gave us the promiscuous borders we have now.

    Also, your "populist" system requires exorbitant taxes on the middle class, because "the rich", i.e., high earners, leave the country for Monaco and pay nothing. This option is unavailable to Americans, true, but that makes it less popular, not more.
    , @utu

    that in the West, you essentially get two choices
     
    The ones who created this alternative are really form the sam team.
    , @Thirdeye

    You never really get social conservatism and economic socialism(with a small ‘s’ of course).
     
    The American left in the first half of the Twentieth Century was socially conservative. That social conservatism was held over from the populist movement and reflected the values of the urban ethnics who formed the base of the labor movement. That association lasted until the remnants of the New Deal coalition got shredded during the late 1960s.
    , @utu

    PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative.
     
    They say that the new PM of Poland who was just selected is banksters' man. It is possible that PiS gave up just as they did in 2007 though this time w/o election. Looks like Polish experiment did not last even 2 years. You guys are pretty well infiltrated. Haven't had your own government since 1939.
    , @map
    You are missing a very important element of the American political system. Let's call it the Two Santa's theory.

    The Democratic Party is the Redistribution Santa Claus. They want to spend money on programs for society.

    The Republican Party is the Tax Cuts Santa Claus. It's job is to focus on economic growth and to bring in the productivity necessary to make the programs possible.

    The problem with the Republicans is that they have a streak of "austerity," which leads them to overwhelmingly worry about "budgets" and "debts." This type of Republican, in the process, ends up shooting Santa Claus. They scream loudly about the Democrat spending program busting the budget, lose, and then scream loudly about not wanting tax cuts because they have to pay for the budget that Democrats just blew. They become water carriers for the welfare state.

    This type of Republican always loses, because it was the strategy of Barry Goldwater. When Republicans become austerity junkies, that is then the R Party is sent to the wilderness. McCain, Corker and Flake are exactly this type of Republican.

    The Goldwaterite Republican always loses. The American people are never going to choose reducing their standard of living just to fix the "budget" or "the national debt." There is no point in voting for this type of Republican.

    A Republican has to be a supply-side tax cutter, which is exactly what Trump is emerging into. People want tax cuts. The argument that tax cuts are "for the rich" is just a leftist lie. Are you telling me someone is going to pass up a tax cut because the rich guy gets one?

    Thankfully, tax cuts on income and capital gains both spur the economy and achieve greater growth, especially if the taxes, loopholes and regulations are properly optimized.

    The US has a Mommy/Daddy political system.

    , @Bill

    Of course the GOP are far too stupid to ever adopt it . . . Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism.
     
    There's no stupidity involved. In fact, the GOP is brilliant. The GOP, throughout its existence, has been the party of capital. The dogma of the West is what it is, and the GOP is what it is because capital perceives that this dogma is to their benefit. The GOP is not an institution with its own interests. It is a sword, not a swordsman.
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    But i have a hard time believing that there is really going to be a purge of the Jewish guys like say Chuck Shummer.
     
    We'll see.....but things like this do have a tendency to spiral out of control.....cf the Cultural Revolution in China and the Reign of Terror in France (which ended with the death of Robespierre)...."Revolution is like Saturn, it devours its own children"


    And we have seen the fall of the previously untouchable Harvey Weinstein .....

    If Harvey Weinstein can fall I really wonder how easy David Geffen is sleeping these days.

    Geffen is probably an even bigger billionaire Jewish Democrat mega donor than Weinstein. Geffen’s fundraising parties are legendary. As are his gay orgies.

    My wonder is if you will have gay men jealous of all the attention the Hollywood women are getting coming forward with their own accusations of abuse.

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    My wonder is if you will have gay men jealous of all the attention the Hollywood women are getting coming forward with their own accusations of abuse.
     
    So far, they seem to be keeping a lid on the gay and pedo sides of this. Just Spacey getting the boot and Corey naming a few people we already knew about so far.
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  • Rod1963 says:
    @Buffalo Joe
    The black dems in congress were already pushing back, saying that it was white women that were claiming victimhood with John Conyers. The next dem presidential candidate will have to be a woman of color. They won't run a white cis male, maybe Kamala Harris, doubt Warren appeals to blacks.

    Kamala Harris is indeed the anointed one. A vile, socially promoted SJW and race warrior all wrapped into to one ugly package. IMS she basically slept her way into power.

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    Long piece last week on her in USN & WR. It's said she has a really foul temper at times.
    , @Jack Hanson
    I hope they do run an emotional black women.
    , @Daniel H
    >>I expect her to go full SJW when she runs since her base is primarily white females and ethnics.

    Yeah, but she beat out Loretta Sanchez, whom Mexican-Americans expected to be the anointed one. Lots of swing states with substantial Mexican populations (Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, even North Carolina, Georgia and Virginia) who are and will be pretty sore that Harris has the seat that they wanted for one of their own. To win in 2020, any Democrat needs every last Mexican vote he/she can get their hand on.
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  • Altai says:

    I still maintain the msm will keep the high level of coverage of this movement in the show business world going because everyone in the media and elsewhere is waiting to see if the really crazy allegations turn out to be true. It’s not in the interests of the elite to have this continue. Trump is immune to such allegations and most of the people still around him are their guys now.

    In the meantime we continue to learn about people who one has to increasingly google. It really is a major ruckus in the acting/show business world so it will continue within there for some time. But that doesn’t mean the general public care about people we have to look up, they’re waiting for something more.

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    @Buffalo Joe
    The black dems in congress were already pushing back, saying that it was white women that were claiming victimhood with John Conyers. The next dem presidential candidate will have to be a woman of color. They won't run a white cis male, maybe Kamala Harris, doubt Warren appeals to blacks.

    I’m of the opinion that (a result of the male purges) the Dems will run a woman until one is finally elected president. The positioning going on (11 female Dem Senators getting Franken to go) seems to be that men can only play subsidiary roles, as the price for their misbehavior.

    The Republican war on women will be turned into the male war on women.

    Yes, years are a lifetime in politics, but campaigns start well before the election year, and jockeying starts well before that–as in now.

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    Forbes, Kirsten Gillibrand lead the push for Franken to resign, but first Kirsten, Kamela and Elizabeth have to poison Hillary.
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  • Olorin says:

    As I keep saying, one Week Without White Men would bring most people to their senses.

    One week without white men showing up to their jobs in

    –agriculture (food and fiber)
    –forestry
    –construction
    –manufacturing
    –oil/gas/coal extraction and refining and transport
    –electricity generation
    –plumbing
    –truck/train/plane driving
    –infrastructure repair
    –transportation maintenance
    –law enforcement

    Compared to

    January would be good timing. Maybe again in July.

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    Interesting list. The dominance of education (excluding college professors), health care (excluding doctors) and other "helping" professions like psych/counselor/social worker were all predictable, but I was genuinely surprised to see that women are a majority in fields related to tax, insurance and investing. Those are all stereotypical male jobs.
    , @Anon
    You forgot the part that mentions almost all nuclear power plant operators are white make. If white men diappeared, those plants would all go into meltdown after about 72 hours. Imagine dozens of Chernobyls all over the country almost simultaneously.
    , @Reg Cæsar
    Interesting that veterinarians are mostly women, but not physicians, who were mostly women in the Soviet Union.

    They really did treat people like animals, didn't they?
    , @AnotherDad

    ... one Week Without White Men ...
     
    One week? It's one day--at most--for collapse.

    The plain fact is that despite all the feminist hype, women are indeed quite different and were never interested in actually doing the nuts and bolts productive labor that men do.

    Women could not show up for work and their would be a crisis ... in the hospitals. So a bunch of extra sick and old folks would die. But that's it. We'd have to either send some guys to the schools or have the kids stay home with mom. A bunch of guys would have to answer the phones in businesses so productivity would decline. Ok, "Hooters" would be in trouble. But overall we'd manage just fine.

    If men didn't show up for work ... disaster. No power. Soon no water pressure. Sewage backing up. When the gals run out of gas ... In a week we'd be in the dark ages. (Of course, the Chinese would sail in and take the land and the women.)

    The absolute dishonesty about who does the materially productive work upon which modern life depends ... just ridiculous. Of course, no more ridiculous I guess than "let's replace whites with blacks and browns" and all the stupid sh*t these folks serve up. Just another obviously stupid fantasy.
    , @Bill
    In other news, Saudi Arabia would collapse without non-Saudi labor . . .
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  • Ideas Have Consequences: The Democrats Purge Their Cishet White Males

    Lefty ‘men’ are getting auto-fragged by Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, especially #4, and it’s a beautiful thing:

    4. Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.

    6. A good tactic is one your people enjoy.

    8. Keep the pressure on.

    13. Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.

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  • Al Franken and Harvey Weinstein don’t really count as white males. I suppose they are Caucasians, but they are not Christians and are anti-West.

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  • Danny D. says:
    @reiner Tor
    The problem is that the dynamic has always been a little like this: the Left got more and more outrageous and so people elected the Faux Right. But instead of rolling back these outrageous changes, the Faux Right instead started making life easier for billionaires (tax cuts, anyone?), and at least in the US, engaged in the stupidest foreign policy adventures (I don't know, maybe starting pointless wars in the Middle East to please some ethnic lobbies), until eventually people got fed up and thought that maybe the Left won't be any worse than that. The Left initially didn't do much worse on the cultural issues than the Faux Right (remember, the latter didn't roll back anything either), only in the second term did it start the most outrageous cultural issues. So, eventually people got fed up with them, and voted back the Faux Right. Which is now cutting taxes for corporations and seems to be engaging in pointless foreign policy adventures. I'm not sure if it'll end well.

    So let's hope the Faux Right gets replaced by a Real Hard Right. I hope the good people of Alabama will vote for Roy Moore.

    Except the country voted left in 2008. External events are less relevant than what the public consciousness is at the moment.

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    The public consciousness is shaped by external events. Every new president is a reaction to the old one. If times are good, we go with what we've got; if they're bad, then we switch horses in midstream.

    Johnson gave us Vietnam and riots in the inner cities, leading to Nixon's election (and Ford's appointment). Nixon gave us Watergate, and Ford gave us nothing, leading to Carter's election. Carter gave us malaise, stagflation, and the Iran hostage crisis, leading to Reagan's election. Reagan gave us mostly good times, leading to Bush I's election. Bush I gave us a pretty bad recession, leading to Clinton's election. Clinton gave us Lewinsky and the tech bubble, leading to Bush II's election (by the narrowest of margins - the boom was over, but enough folks were still feeling good enough that Gore almost made it).

    The disastrous Bush II presidency led to Obama's election.

    What were the external events in 2008? I seem to remember something about a second Great Depression, brought on in large part by Bush II's "Invade the World, Invite the World, Hand Out Mortgages Like Candy" policies. This was on top of the ever-growing number of dead bodies (and live bodies with dead souls) piling up in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    I didn't vote for Obama in '08, but I sure as hell didn't feel any enthusiasm about voting for McCain. (Truthfully, given how frail McCain looked even then, I considered my vote for him a vote for Palin. And Palin, while not nearly the dumb bimbo that she was made out to be, was hardly presidential material.)

    To me, Obama's election makes a lot more sense than his re-election. Things were so bad in '08, and Obama looked so appealing next to the decrepit McCain, that it wasn't altogether surprising that the Magic Mulatto managed to win. But, in 2012, Obama didn't look so good and Romney didn't look too bad. That one was a real disappointment.

    (Steve has already documented the circumstances behind Romney's loss. He failed to energize the white GOP base, while Obama whipped the black Democratic base into an absolute frenzy.)
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  • Given that young, white males tend to think with their Johnson, they’ll still gravitate to the Democrat party for the chicks until they’ve been buttf***ed a few times.

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  • I was just thinking the other day, in 2004, not all that long ago, the Democratic presidential ticket was two white straight ostensibly Christian men, Kerry and Edwards.

    What are the odds we will ever see the Democrats run a ticket like that again in our lifetimes?

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  • @Dahlia
    Another thing to consider on the punditry/intellectual side...

    On the liberal side, you have Hannah Rosin, Judith Shulevitz, and.... not too many more women of that caliber.

    The gap in quality between the men and the women is huge. A couple months back, I had to follow the twitter account of a lib journo closely and, I swear, when he would begin retweeting the women, the intellectual quality of his timeline went down at least one stdv. He's got to notice, how can one not? So, then, whyyyyyyyyyyyy?????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I thought of Ron Unz's Meritocracy essay whenever this happened.

    I'm not much of a feminist, but it was embarrassing. It is embarrassing. We women are not empowered by throwing up mediocrities; more is not better! But they don't care!

    By lacking any real competition, feminism / organized women’s groups radicalized in addition to getting fat. They paid no penalty for their bad behavior and in fact were rewarded for it, so what happened is that the most extreme elements won out in the internal power struggle. With Trump, you see the inkling of men starting to become more active such as at the polls, and with it probably a certain amount of discomfort occurring on the left. Another thing is that feminism is a reflexive ideology. Everything is couched in terms of “men have this so therefore we should have that, or this too”. They are followers and when a space is made safe they take over. I think that much of this purge is clearing the way for a female President in 2020. They have to show they are victims so they will have something to run on.

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  • “rage against cisgender[sic: redundant] heterosexual white males”

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  • Jack D says:

    The Democrat strategy is becoming clear (whether it will work is a different matter). The strategy is this: The Democrat Party, in addition to being the Black Party (not enough to win in most places) is also the Womyn’s Party. The Republicans are the party of sex abusers like Donald Trump and Roy Moore – they WELCOME abusers in their party. The Democrat Party, dear white womyn, is the clean party. We no longer tolerate abusers, we have cleansed our party of all of our abusers, we are the woman friendly party where you can be comfortable casting your vote. The Pussy Hat March seemed like it was a petulant fizzle that led to nothing but they are going to try to reactivate that energy for the next election.

    What is the correct Republican counter to this, aside from cucking out and casting out Roy Moore as a Me Too move?

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    Jack D, nice take, you know a dem woman candidate, like Kamela Harris can now claim she wasn't slutty, just abused, harassed, groped, what ever.
    , @MarkinLA
    Emphasize that white women usually marry white males and have white sons. Emphasize that the Democrats hate white males.
    , @Anon
    No counter is needed. The last election shows that white women aren't really drawn to that tactic.

    Meanwhile, a "wymn" democrat party will result in the following:

    1. It will depress the black male vote a la the last election as dems run sexist candidates.

    2. White male voters will soar in the GOP; this is why Moore is winning Alabama.

    3. Talented males will abandon the dems as they are replaced by temperamental feminists who turn off suburban voters with their rhetoric.

    The dems going full wymn (TM) is great for the GOP: it splits the coalition of the fringes, drives down their male vote, and ensures republican victories because white males will turn out for the GOP and a significant fraction of white women will still vote republican anyway because they have sons, and they don't want them discriminated against.

    A wymn democrat part run by cat ladies would be great for the GOP.

    But if you really do want a counter: 1. every time they bring up Trump, bring up Clinton and their defense of him 2. Accuse them of changing the subject from THEIR sex scandals. Throw in words like "abuse" "harassment" "unwanted" "illegal" etc. 3. Claim the videotape was nothing but Trump bragging that he could have sex with women, and then mock them as liars and prudes.
    , @nebulafox
    Simple. Lean back, make some popcorn, and watch your enemies hang themselves. Sometimes, the best response is no response. Let the Democrats show themselves for what they are.

    All too often, the problem with the Right in this country is they don't know how to shut up and do that, because they are busy trying to outdo the Left in ideologically-driven political insanity. There seems to have been a collective amnesia on Capitol Hill about the fact that Trump won in part precisely *because* he openly mocked or ignored post-1992 GOP dogma on the campaign trail. Most of his average voters have little interest in any of the 3 traditional stools of post-1990s conservatism, and for good reason: they are all rotten to the core. This tax bill is going to haunt the Republicans in 2018 if they don't somehow make the Democrats a greater evil, and fast.

    , @bored identity
    This is Tarana Burke, Senior Director of Programs of Soros sponsored Girls for Gender Equity, and the original founder of hashtag "#MeToo":

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    http://78.media.tumblr.com/d56a40469280b4cd5a0484c9940d08d0/tumblr_oy0q4kfCLK1s7xc0qo1_1280.jpg


    bored identity will dare to notice how "# You Wish" would be more appropriate...
    , @MarcB.

    The Republicans are the party of sex abusers like Donald Trump and Roy Moore – they WELCOME abusers in their party. The Democrat Party, dear white womyn, is the clean party. We no longer tolerate abusers, we have cleansed our party of all of our abusers, we are the woman friendly party where you can be comfortable casting your vote.
     
    This is a blind spot for a lot of Roy Moore supporters. Is one senate seat really worth handing over the moral authority on this issue to the quick-to-purge Left? It will be used as cudgel at every opportunity, especially around election time. This reinforces my contention that Jeff Sessions was far more valuable as a voice for nationalist policies in the senate than in a cabinet position in the Trump White House.
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  • Sid says:
    @anon
    Franken wasn't just a male.

    He was part of the Hollywood/Washington axis. Starting with Reagan. 'Lets get an actor'.

    But Franken was a nod to The Daily Show/Comedy News that was the rage at the time.

    The obvious idea/bad idea if for the Dems to run Oprah against Trump. Maybe it is a good idea. For those whose greatest desire is to FEEL safe -- she would be the best.

    My favorite was when they wanted to run the DA from Law and Order in the Republican Primary. Fred Thompson.

    I would be ok with putting Kiefer Southerland I charge of US Special Ops. Loved his interrogation techniques.

    Oprah would absolutely obliterate Trump. It’s not even funny how easily she would own the black and woman vote in the primaries. Turnout for her in the general would be through the roof, and she would prevent the right from rallying against her as we did against Hillary because she has genius communication skills.

    Even so, it really sounds like Oprah has no interest in being president.

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    Tiny, is that you?
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  • @Polish Perspective
    I believe it was Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents who said that in the West, you essentially get two choices. Either you vote for a rabidly anti-white (and by extention, anti-Western) left, mostly made-up of self-hating whites and the non-white freeriders who exploit that sentiment or you vote for a much less (socially/culturally) crazy right, which nevertheless never has the balls to truly challenge the left's hegemony and ultimately ends up accepting all the premises of their opponents - only 20 years later - and in exchange you get plutocracy, massive tax cuts to corporations, worse working conditions for the working classes, less security etc.

    You never really get social conservatism and economic socialism(with a small 's' of course). I think part of the reason why the major Western and/or EU media and politicians are going so crazy sperging out against Poland is precisely because this is what we've done. PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative. That is a very potent combination which is popular with wide swathes of the public. In essence, they are populists in the best sense of the word.

    This is also to some extent what I believe the so-called 'Sailer Strategy' was about. Embracing white identity is a form of rebellion against multiculturalism (which has an implicit assumption that white identity must be stayed in order for others to flourish. The majority must be silenced/passified). Sailer also advocated more smart policies to aid the white working-class base of the GOP, which would challenge the neoliberal dogma which the GOP donor class wants.

    Of course the GOP are far too stupid to ever adopt it. Trump probably only flirted with it thanks to his thirst to power and desperation to get elected at any price. Plus, one has to concede that he does seem to be genuinely a quasi-nationalist of some form. Especially wrt trade, big mega-agreements on climate change as well as the recent "global compact on migration" which few have heard about, which was pushed through in the UN under the Obama admin's nose with no complaints, and if anything enthusiastic cheer. Nevertheless, Trump is more useful to Israel's foreign policy objectives, as we've seen with the recent embassy move or the pointless threats vs Iran. The major tax cut bill won't be what white America needs, but it is what the GOP's donor base wants.

    Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism. When you challenge one of the two, you're in trouble. When you challenge both, you become public enemy #1.

    God bless Poland.

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  • Horseball says:

    I don’t doubt that internal left politics in zero-sum industries – talking heads and politics – is driving the purges. But, I think they’ve talked themselves into believing that portraying the Dems as the party with the moral high ground on sexual harassment et al. will be electoral gold in 2018, with Roy Moore in the Senate and Trump in the White House. Yet, I think this will come up short again. I have no doubt that this will be a powerful fundraising pitch, but it’s not where the marginal voters are. It’s pitched directly at one constituency – upscale women, whom the Dems have had for a generation now. One reason Bill Clinton survived is because blacks and downscale whites do not care about this issue. Dems will need Obama-scale black turnout and this ain’t going to drive those people to the polls.

    You would have to have a lot of confidence that more shoes aren’t going to drop to justify going all-in on this strategy, too.

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  • @Citizen of a Silly Country
    Yeah, but corps still have to get things done on the ground. A NAM politician can get votes without too many white guys but a NAM VP of whatever at a corp can't keep the trains running without a lot of white guys.

    Also, at some point, the costs of AA will pinch. A corp can only afford so much dead weight. Pay off a couple of high-level NAMs and move on. You think that Eric "My family passes the paper bag test" Holder really cares about ghetto blacks getting into the corporate world. It's a business for him, just like the mob shaking down grocery stores back in the day.

    Or like BLM shaking down the NFL in The Current Year.

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  • @Michaeloh59
    Feminazis driving wedges into the Coalition of the Fringes. Pass the popcorn. Good times. Good times.

    And now maybe we’ve got sluts vs. homos brewing in the wake of the August Ames suicide.

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    August Ames is one instance where I'm happy to be on team Wymn. Guys should follow and do the same as it will make white men look good in the eyes of women (large demographic) while alienating only a small homosexual demographic. This will further split the dem coalition.

    Besides, what they did to that poor girl was clearly over the line - makes them look like dangerous nut jobs. Never let a good crisis go to waste.
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  • @anonymous-antimarxist
    In regards to dwindling number cishet white males in the Democratic party, is creepy Joe Biden next?

    By next year the Democratic party cat ladies will be taking on the "Oye como va. Mi ritmo bueno pa' gozar, mulata." males in the Hispanic caucus.

    And say what you will about John Conyers, I will bet he is still much better behaved then the up and coming Hip-Hop generation of black congressmen.

    The next question is whether or not the party's remaining Soy-Boys will support a sexual adventuress like Kamala Harris. I think you have to be pretty emasculated male to support a women who slept her way to the top the heap of the California Democratic party.

    So I guess that leaves the down-low presentable black males like Cory Booker.

    What’s the scoop on Kamala Harris? She looks like she could really sleep.

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  • @TelfoedJohn
    Current year: https://m.imgur.com/ILauknd

    Glad I wasn’t eating when I clicked that.

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  • OFF TOPIC

    Paul Frederick Nehlen III has been viciously attacked by John Podhoretz. The continuous Jew attacks upon Germans such as Paul Frederick “Von” Nehlen III indicate to me that the Jews know the jig is up on the WASP / Jew ruling class. Others have endured the Twitter vitriol of Poddy; I count myself as one; there is no need for me to recount my unpleasant encounter with Poddy.

    Poddy knows that the GOP is now Great Lakes German and Southern states Anglo-Celtic. Poddy knows that Paul Nehlen is a proud American Kraut born in Ohio and now living in Wisconsin. Ohio and Wisconsin are loaded up with Krauts. Poddy must be kicked out of the GOP and his patron Rupert Murdoch should be deported back to Australia.

    Poddy the Jew attacks Nehlen the Kraut:

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    Poddy knows that the GOP is now Great Lakes German
     
    Poddy's mom grew up in the German-and-Irish capital city of a Great Lakes state, where Charles M Schulz was her neighbor and F Scott Fitzgerald was the local boy who made it big. I'm sure she's always been an available font of intelligence about Midwestern Germans, Celts, and WASPs, if he cared to listen.

    Also, she wrote a book called "Liberal Parents, Radical Children". Sums up the late 20th century perfectly.

    The nickname "Poddy" was first applied to his father, by some perv objecting to his disapproval of buggery. In this particular kerfuffle, it was Norm who embraced normality, not his WASP opponent.
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  • jon says:
    @anonymous-antimarxist
    If I was going to guess the next left-wing cis-gendered (((white)) male to go down due to sexual harassment allegations I would assume it would be Bill Maher.

    I think given recent statements by Maher on the #metoo phenomena that have engaged female celebrities and his notorious past reputation with lots of entertainment industry women alleging to his past behavior, I got to assume he is hearing footsteps.

    If I was going to guess the next left-wing cis-gendered (((white)) male to go down due to sexual harassment allegations I would assume it would be Bill Maher.

    Maher pretty exclusively dates black ladies, they seem to have different standards on this – he’ll be fine.

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    Most white women are taller than Maher. Maher competes with Robert Reich in height.
    , @anonymous-antimarxist
    Bill Maher was for over a decade a regular at the Playboy Mansion. Besides having dated a black porn performers, Maher had a rather notorious reputation as a "Chuckle F#cker" from his stand up days.

    Decades ago I remember female comedians like Tina Fey calling out Maher for his antics. And remember Tina Fey had several jabs at Harvey Weinstein during the running of 30 Rock.
    , @Matra
    One of those black women accused him of assault about 10-12 years ago
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  • jon says:
    @Anon7
    Just watched Al Franken, cishet white male, leave the Senate. I did not hear much in the way of contrition from Al, but he certainly took the time for the set-up, which was that Donald Trump also must step down.

    Surely that is the point of the Great Cleansing - the impeachment of our president, Donald Trump, and the nullification of the 2016 election. Oh and don't forget, all of the other cishet white males with power should also resign, just to make sure.

    Wouldn't we all feel better, when the Today Show is run by women and black guys?

    It's just like the Democrats to make all men feel bad, just when we have elected the man who could potentially help turn everything around. Support Trumpish candidates in 2018! Nobody said this would be a cakewalk, the Swamp is pulling out all the stops.

    Surely that is the point of the Great Cleansing – the impeachment of our president, Donald Trump, and the nullification of the 2016 election.

    Which is why I am going to laugh, laugh, laugh when Moore wins and Trump does NOT step down. Unilateral disarmament for the win!

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  • Rod1963 says:

    Then there is the elephant in the room no one wants to talk about

    Jeffrey Epstein and his pervert island. He has connections to Hollywood and D.C. and is just about the only man to walk away from child molestation charges.

    You can bet that Clinton isn’t his only client but is just one of many powerful men in D.C. and Hollywood. Yet no one says squat about his operation. Why hasn’t the AG investigated this pervert and underage brothel he’s running?

    Even the feminists aren’t going near this, I wonder why?

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  • @anonymous-antimarxist
    If I was going to guess the next left-wing cis-gendered (((white)) male to go down due to sexual harassment allegations I would assume it would be Bill Maher.

    I think given recent statements by Maher on the #metoo phenomena that have engaged female celebrities and his notorious past reputation with lots of entertainment industry women alleging to his past behavior, I got to assume he is hearing footsteps.

    Anti, Maybe, but he is their mouthpiece, so I doubt it.

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  • @Marty T
    Blue collar whites are already strongly Republican. But many college educated white men have problems with Trump. So hopefully a purge of a Jewish, Harvard man like Franken can let them know the Democratic party is no place for you. Though...if you're a straight white man voting Democrat, you've really been delusional for a while.

    McConnell might as well throw a party change option at Franken. Nothing to lose.

    Blue collar whites are already strongly Republican.

    Whites Without College Degrees(WWCDs) are conditionally part of Trump’s winning coalition. WWCDs are in no way “strongly Republican.” WWCDs have been abandoned by the Democrat Party.

    Trump was able to win the votes of WWCDs in Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Florida because Hillary Clinton as a choice was so horrible and Trump ran on an America First platform that called for immigration restrictionism, the killing of sovereignty-sapping trade deal scams and a skepticism about overseas military interventionism.

    WWCDs might abandon the GOP and skip the 2018 elections if Trump keeps up this weak, pussy warmed-over conventional GOP crap that features tax cuts for the plutocrats and transnational corporations, Israel First foreign policy and amnesty for illegal alien invaders.

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    Roger that. Many of Trump's voters were motivated by a "hope" that there might be some substance to what he was saying insofar as influencing actual, actionable policies.

    The results have been pretty thin thus far; as you point out we've just seen more tax cuts for people and corporations already obscenely flush, and next to nothing accruing to the benefit of the distressed working class or monies being liberated for the reconstitution of our failing infrastructure (due to the usual "but deficits!" hair on fire bullshit from the Republicans; trust me, when the tax cuts result in deficits, they will be coming for the very programs that are the only support of the precariat, namely Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid, and you can expect Our Veterans to take it up the ass for the Plutocrats, too).

    On Israel-centric foreign policy, well you wouldn't expect Daddy to make his convert daughter snivel, did you? And trace the unconvincing flailing about on the real immigration issues - not just the mostly symbolic, red meat "Muslim Ban" - but the largely still uncontrolled torrent of illegals from the south who will continue to tax our infrastructure and social services, drive blue collar U.S. citizens from employment, and crap out more and more anchor babies by their thousands to irrevocably alter the demographic balance of the nation to another way of servicing the Plutocrats, and don't forget the Big Jews who hate our white guts with a passion (and recall the no-sniveling agenda of Daddy toward his Little Girl, traduced by the Christ killers, who is now hand in glove with the Big Jews).

    So, no, if a significant number of the people who took a flyer hoping Trump would actually follow through on his populist rhetoric are de-motivated, while The Resistance and the Never Trumpers of the Republicuck party, who are motivated by visceral hatred and fear for their continued dominance, are still charged up and vote, then it all falls down in a heap.

    I am not encouraged by what I have seen. Brace yourselves for what may be in the offing.
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  • @Anon7
    Just watched Al Franken, cishet white male, leave the Senate. I did not hear much in the way of contrition from Al, but he certainly took the time for the set-up, which was that Donald Trump also must step down.

    Surely that is the point of the Great Cleansing - the impeachment of our president, Donald Trump, and the nullification of the 2016 election. Oh and don't forget, all of the other cishet white males with power should also resign, just to make sure.

    Wouldn't we all feel better, when the Today Show is run by women and black guys?

    It's just like the Democrats to make all men feel bad, just when we have elected the man who could potentially help turn everything around. Support Trumpish candidates in 2018! Nobody said this would be a cakewalk, the Swamp is pulling out all the stops.

    Anon7, look at how many major US cities are run by black mayors, DAs, police chiefs, City Councils, who needs white males? The same cities that need less poverty, dis function and crime…that’s who.

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  • What is the correct Republican counter to this, aside from cucking out and casting out Roy Moore as a Me Too move?

    Marriage.

    Trump won a majority of white women. They way you prevent women from becoming blue haired angry bitter feminists is get someone to marry them before they are too old.

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  • @IHTG
    What do you think Al Franken is, Swedish?

    What do you think Al Franken is, Swedish?

    John Podhoretz is Swedish, Al Franken is Argentinian.

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  • jon says:
    @anonymous-antimarxist
    If Harvey Weinstein can fall I really wonder how easy David Geffen is sleeping these days.

    Geffen is probably an even bigger billionaire Jewish Democrat mega donor than Weinstein. Geffen's fundraising parties are legendary. As are his gay orgies.

    My wonder is if you will have gay men jealous of all the attention the Hollywood women are getting coming forward with their own accusations of abuse.

    My wonder is if you will have gay men jealous of all the attention the Hollywood women are getting coming forward with their own accusations of abuse.

    So far, they seem to be keeping a lid on the gay and pedo sides of this. Just Spacey getting the boot and Corey naming a few people we already knew about so far.

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    James Levine long time conductor of Metropolitan Opera.

    http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2017/12/two_former_students_accuse_con.html
    , @Thirdeye
    Usual Suspects director Bryan Singer being sued for sexually assaulting a 17 year old male.

    Damn, the director and lead actor for one of my favorite movies of all time.
    , @Lurker
    Dark storm clouds are gathering over Bryan Singer's house.
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  • don says:

    Why do you have to use these words like “Cis….”. Why validate this extreme leftist nonsense?

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    I think it's clear that on this site it's mainly used in mockery.
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  • @Forbes
    I'm of the opinion that (a result of the male purges) the Dems will run a woman until one is finally elected president. The positioning going on (11 female Dem Senators getting Franken to go) seems to be that men can only play subsidiary roles, as the price for their misbehavior.

    The Republican war on women will be turned into the male war on women.

    Yes, years are a lifetime in politics, but campaigns start well before the election year, and jockeying starts well before that--as in now.

    Forbes, Kirsten Gillibrand lead the push for Franken to resign, but first Kirsten, Kamela and Elizabeth have to poison Hillary.

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    Yeah, Kirsten led it all right. Right after she was "asked in late November whether Franken should resign following the allegations. “It’s his decision,” she replied, noncommittally."

    This is the pre-campaign, pre-election jockeying I had in mind.
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  • @Jack D
    The Democrat strategy is becoming clear (whether it will work is a different matter). The strategy is this: The Democrat Party, in addition to being the Black Party (not enough to win in most places) is also the Womyn's Party. The Republicans are the party of sex abusers like Donald Trump and Roy Moore - they WELCOME abusers in their party. The Democrat Party, dear white womyn, is the clean party. We no longer tolerate abusers, we have cleansed our party of all of our abusers, we are the woman friendly party where you can be comfortable casting your vote. The Pussy Hat March seemed like it was a petulant fizzle that led to nothing but they are going to try to reactivate that energy for the next election.

    What is the correct Republican counter to this, aside from cucking out and casting out Roy Moore as a Me Too move?

    Jack D, nice take, you know a dem woman candidate, like Kamela Harris can now claim she wasn’t slutty, just abused, harassed, groped, what ever.

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  • jon says:
    @Olorin
    As I keep saying, one Week Without White Men would bring most people to their senses.

    One week without white men showing up to their jobs in

    --agriculture (food and fiber)
    --forestry
    --construction
    --manufacturing
    --oil/gas/coal extraction and refining and transport
    --electricity generation
    --plumbing
    --truck/train/plane driving
    --infrastructure repair
    --transportation maintenance
    --law enforcement

    Compared to

    http://static4.businessinsider.com/image/54e376936bb3f70d36c66d19-2557-1789/9-out-of-10-registered-nurses-are-female-1424184635.39-1844336.png

    January would be good timing. Maybe again in July.

    Interesting list. The dominance of education (excluding college professors), health care (excluding doctors) and other “helping” professions like psych/counselor/social worker were all predictable, but I was genuinely surprised to see that women are a majority in fields related to tax, insurance and investing. Those are all stereotypical male jobs.

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  • MarkinLA says:
    @Jack D
    The Democrat strategy is becoming clear (whether it will work is a different matter). The strategy is this: The Democrat Party, in addition to being the Black Party (not enough to win in most places) is also the Womyn's Party. The Republicans are the party of sex abusers like Donald Trump and Roy Moore - they WELCOME abusers in their party. The Democrat Party, dear white womyn, is the clean party. We no longer tolerate abusers, we have cleansed our party of all of our abusers, we are the woman friendly party where you can be comfortable casting your vote. The Pussy Hat March seemed like it was a petulant fizzle that led to nothing but they are going to try to reactivate that energy for the next election.

    What is the correct Republican counter to this, aside from cucking out and casting out Roy Moore as a Me Too move?

    Emphasize that white women usually marry white males and have white sons. Emphasize that the Democrats hate white males.

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  • anon says: • Disclaimer
    @anonymous-antimarxist
    If I was going to guess the next left-wing cis-gendered (((white)) male to go down due to sexual harassment allegations I would assume it would be Bill Maher.

    I think given recent statements by Maher on the #metoo phenomena that have engaged female celebrities and his notorious past reputation with lots of entertainment industry women alleging to his past behavior, I got to assume he is hearing footsteps.

    Maher? Great pick. Couldn’t happen to a nicer guy.

    But it better be a solid felony or Maher won’t just bend over and wilt.

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    HBO might, though. More than two female accusers, and he's toast; that seems to be the rule now. And it couldn't happen to a more deserving guy. It'd be funny if unfunny Samantha Bee got his show if he's ever canned. Like Noah, the ratings would tank, but since she's also an untouchable, they'd be stuck with her.
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  • I want to throw this thought out there. Kamala Harris is being hyped as a prime dem presidential candidate, but she has a shady past, as in sleeping her way to power. With all the male sex perv purges, can she now claim victimhood. “I’m not a slut. I was harassed, groped, eye-raped. I no power, I was a victim.”

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    But what fraction of women will believe that? Women are caty and gossip continually. The official narrative will be whatever Establishment Inc. says it should be, but how many females will silently believe otherwise and hold it against her?
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  • Zach says:
    @Buffalo Joe
    The black dems in congress were already pushing back, saying that it was white women that were claiming victimhood with John Conyers. The next dem presidential candidate will have to be a woman of color. They won't run a white cis male, maybe Kamala Harris, doubt Warren appeals to blacks.

    Steve mentioned the Congressional Black Caucus. Any good rumors about them? You can certainly envision a situation where white female congresswomen champion an accuser who threatens a black congressman. It’s going to happen and Maxine Waters will have a dilemma.

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    It'll be more than a dilemma. Her decision algorithm will melt down, like a dog presented with equidistant bowls of food in a controlled experiment.
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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Olorin
    As I keep saying, one Week Without White Men would bring most people to their senses.

    One week without white men showing up to their jobs in

    --agriculture (food and fiber)
    --forestry
    --construction
    --manufacturing
    --oil/gas/coal extraction and refining and transport
    --electricity generation
    --plumbing
    --truck/train/plane driving
    --infrastructure repair
    --transportation maintenance
    --law enforcement

    Compared to

    http://static4.businessinsider.com/image/54e376936bb3f70d36c66d19-2557-1789/9-out-of-10-registered-nurses-are-female-1424184635.39-1844336.png

    January would be good timing. Maybe again in July.

    You forgot the part that mentions almost all nuclear power plant operators are white make. If white men diappeared, those plants would all go into meltdown after about 72 hours. Imagine dozens of Chernobyls all over the country almost simultaneously.

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  • @Rod1963
    Kamala Harris is indeed the anointed one. A vile, socially promoted SJW and race warrior all wrapped into to one ugly package. IMS she basically slept her way into power.

    I expect her to go full SJW when she runs since her base is primarily white females and ethnics.

    Long piece last week on her in USN & WR. It’s said she has a really foul temper at times.

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  • Democrats have a deep bench, though. Look at just these four young people in Rhode Island:

    http://www.providencejournal.com/news/20171204/providence-man-accused-of-raping-8-year-old-girl

    http://www.providencejournal.com/news/20171204/woman-charged-with-dropping-infant-to-teach-her-lesson-police-say

    http://www.providencejournal.com/news/20171205/man-charged-with-stabbing-police-officer

    http://www.providencejournal.com/news/20171204/woonsocket-man-charged-with-robbing-store-using-baseball-bat-to-rob-teen

    Just one day in the Providence Journal, the paper of record in one of our whitest states. I’d look for more, but “You’ve reached your limit of five free articles this month.”

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  • @Olorin
    As I keep saying, one Week Without White Men would bring most people to their senses.

    One week without white men showing up to their jobs in

    --agriculture (food and fiber)
    --forestry
    --construction
    --manufacturing
    --oil/gas/coal extraction and refining and transport
    --electricity generation
    --plumbing
    --truck/train/plane driving
    --infrastructure repair
    --transportation maintenance
    --law enforcement

    Compared to

    http://static4.businessinsider.com/image/54e376936bb3f70d36c66d19-2557-1789/9-out-of-10-registered-nurses-are-female-1424184635.39-1844336.png

    January would be good timing. Maybe again in July.

    Interesting that veterinarians are mostly women, but not physicians, who were mostly women in the Soviet Union.

    They really did treat people like animals, didn’t they?

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  • @midtown
    Even aside from the sexual harassment purge, I have been wondering if John Kerry will have been the last white male to be the Democrat Party's presidential nominee. There is so much talk on the left about whites "stepping back." There is a small chance that another one may be nominated, but the odds are small and growing smaller all the time.

    I enjoy telling my liberal white relatives at Thanksgiving that they are now a minority within the Democratic coalition and that their power is diminishing. I am stuck with Roy Moore and they get Colin Kaepernick.

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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Jack D
    The Democrat strategy is becoming clear (whether it will work is a different matter). The strategy is this: The Democrat Party, in addition to being the Black Party (not enough to win in most places) is also the Womyn's Party. The Republicans are the party of sex abusers like Donald Trump and Roy Moore - they WELCOME abusers in their party. The Democrat Party, dear white womyn, is the clean party. We no longer tolerate abusers, we have cleansed our party of all of our abusers, we are the woman friendly party where you can be comfortable casting your vote. The Pussy Hat March seemed like it was a petulant fizzle that led to nothing but they are going to try to reactivate that energy for the next election.

    What is the correct Republican counter to this, aside from cucking out and casting out Roy Moore as a Me Too move?

    No counter is needed. The last election shows that white women aren’t really drawn to that tactic.

    Meanwhile, a “wymn” democrat party will result in the following:

    1. It will depress the black male vote a la the last election as dems run sexist candidates.

    2. White male voters will soar in the GOP; this is why Moore is winning Alabama.

    3. Talented males will abandon the dems as they are replaced by temperamental feminists who turn off suburban voters with their rhetoric.

    The dems going full wymn (TM) is great for the GOP: it splits the coalition of the fringes, drives down their male vote, and ensures republican victories because white males will turn out for the GOP and a significant fraction of white women will still vote republican anyway because they have sons, and they don’t want them discriminated against.

    A wymn democrat part run by cat ladies would be great for the GOP.

    But if you really do want a counter: 1. every time they bring up Trump, bring up Clinton and their defense of him 2. Accuse them of changing the subject from THEIR sex scandals. Throw in words like “abuse” “harassment” “unwanted” “illegal” etc. 3. Claim the videotape was nothing but Trump bragging that he could have sex with women, and then mock them as liars and prudes.

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  • Svigor says:

    But where will the bar of unacceptable behavior wind up: at the Harvey Weinstein level or at the Al Franken level?

    The Franken-Weinstein Scale!

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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Buffalo Joe
    I want to throw this thought out there. Kamala Harris is being hyped as a prime dem presidential candidate, but she has a shady past, as in sleeping her way to power. With all the male sex perv purges, can she now claim victimhood. "I'm not a slut. I was harassed, groped, eye-raped. I no power, I was a victim."

    But what fraction of women will believe that? Women are caty and gossip continually. The official narrative will be whatever Establishment Inc. says it should be, but how many females will silently believe otherwise and hold it against her?

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    Anon, I really don't know what women believe. Bill was a good husband. Romney kept women in binders. 10% have a rape fantasy.
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  • Svigor says:

    The Frankenweinstein Affair.

    Pretty sure that’s the best name for Weinsteingate that we’re gonna find.

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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @SteveRogers42
    And now maybe we've got sluts vs. homos brewing in the wake of the August Ames suicide.

    August Ames is one instance where I’m happy to be on team Wymn. Guys should follow and do the same as it will make white men look good in the eyes of women (large demographic) while alienating only a small homosexual demographic. This will further split the dem coalition.

    Besides, what they did to that poor girl was clearly over the line – makes them look like dangerous nut jobs. Never let a good crisis go to waste.

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  • whorefinder says: • Website

    What have I been saying since this all first started breaking after Weinstein, and lefty men started dropping like flies?

    The Hate Whitey wing is purging the Clinton-Old Guard wing, and the purge is being supported by the Bernie Bros. wing.

    The Clinton-Old Guard wing are mostly whites and Jews, with the old-school civil rights blacks in there. Basically, anyone who is neo-liberal and has defended the Clintons, and also has tried to appeal (whether successful or not) at some point to white working class males/social conservatives.

    The Hate Whitey wing is the younger blacks, all other ethnics (Hispanics), as well as militant trannies and militant homos. They want to control the party now, and they will remove all opposition.

    Expect more purges soon. Schumer looks to be a prime target/scalp now; powerful, Jewish, neo-liberal, and the Anthony Weiner connection show that he has to have some sex skeletons in his closet. Perhaps Pelois too, if the Hate Whitey wing is feeling especially powerful.

    For those of you who think that’s impossible, tell me: how impossible was it last summer that Trump would win?

    And, more importantly, how impossible was it just 6 months ago that so many left-wing men would be fired or forced to resign from Congress/Hollywood/Media despite being loud and proud left wingers and pusher of the party line?

    More will come. Soros is funding this purge. He wants a win now before he dies, and thinks chaotic hate-whitey civil war is the only way.

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    "Expect more purges soon. Schumer looks to be a prime target/scalp now; "

    The GOP should help with that. They should demand Schumer take responsibility for the party officials he leads and resign. Blame Schumer before they can blame Trump.
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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @anon
    Maher? Great pick. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy.

    But it better be a solid felony or Maher won't just bend over and wilt.

    HBO might, though. More than two female accusers, and he’s toast; that seems to be the rule now. And it couldn’t happen to a more deserving guy. It’d be funny if unfunny Samantha Bee got his show if he’s ever canned. Like Noah, the ratings would tank, but since she’s also an untouchable, they’d be stuck with her.

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  • @anonymous-antimarxist
    In regards to dwindling number cishet white males in the Democratic party, is creepy Joe Biden next?

    By next year the Democratic party cat ladies will be taking on the "Oye como va. Mi ritmo bueno pa' gozar, mulata." males in the Hispanic caucus.

    And say what you will about John Conyers, I will bet he is still much better behaved then the up and coming Hip-Hop generation of black congressmen.

    The next question is whether or not the party's remaining Soy-Boys will support a sexual adventuress like Kamala Harris. I think you have to be pretty emasculated male to support a women who slept her way to the top the heap of the California Democratic party.

    So I guess that leaves the down-low presentable black males like Cory Booker.

    If Kamala Harris is the Dem candidate, look to Trump running a California vs Everybody Else campaign. Steinle’s killer, and the disgusting injustice in a SF court, will make a major appearance. Harris is all San Francisco on identity politics/open borders/sanctuary city issues.

    How popular is, say, sanctuary cities? I think the slim number of cities which have taken on that designation tells the story.

    A Kamala Harris vs Trump election will be really ugly.

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    I have a friend who was severely stepped on by Harris, back before her Senate ascent. I understand her to be smart as a political whip but sloppy in personal relations. Trump doesn't cut people as a method for getting ahead - he straightforwardly destroys them if he deems it necessary, as a result of deliberation, not desperation.

    It would indeed be ugly, but someone will end up being Kamala's opponent. Maybe Hillary was the warmup.
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  • Forbes says:
    @Buffalo Joe
    Forbes, Kirsten Gillibrand lead the push for Franken to resign, but first Kirsten, Kamela and Elizabeth have to poison Hillary.

    Yeah, Kirsten led it all right. Right after she was “asked in late November whether Franken should resign following the allegations. “It’s his decision,” she replied, noncommittally.”

    This is the pre-campaign, pre-election jockeying I had in mind.

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    Forbes, Great point, and Schumer has his hand up Kirsten's skirt, you know, like a puppet master would. Not the gropey thing.
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  • scrivener3 says: • Website
    @jon

    My wonder is if you will have gay men jealous of all the attention the Hollywood women are getting coming forward with their own accusations of abuse.
     
    So far, they seem to be keeping a lid on the gay and pedo sides of this. Just Spacey getting the boot and Corey naming a few people we already knew about so far.

    James Levine long time conductor of Metropolitan Opera.

    http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2017/12/two_former_students_accuse_con.html

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  • Forbes says:
    @jon

    If I was going to guess the next left-wing cis-gendered (((white)) male to go down due to sexual harassment allegations I would assume it would be Bill Maher.
     
    Maher pretty exclusively dates black ladies, they seem to have different standards on this - he'll be fine.

    Most white women are taller than Maher. Maher competes with Robert Reich in height.

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  • @AnotherDad

    And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution?
     
    I love it. It's the fundamental logic of left multiculturalism playing out.

    But i have a hard time believing that there is really going to be a purge of the Jewish guys like say Chuck Shummer. It really is *their* party. It's program "global cosmopolitanism" and a meddling super-state with lots of comfy sinecures and rent-seeking is their program. Their black foot soldiers are just that--foot soldiers, who get some welfare, some AA and a few lucrative shakedowns at the high end, but don't actually get policies in their long term interest (see immigration) and don't run the show.

    Still a guy like Schummer can't come out and say "i'm really a minority, Jewish, not white". Cause they really don't want the natives thinking very hard about that! So they really have to posture as "good", "woke" whites as opposed to, oh ... guys like me. Ergo seems like they'll have to ramp up the white hate even further. But that's got to look pretty scary--they would rather be reducing from boil to simmer--plus will wake up even more white folks to what's in store for us.

    Crappy times for our civilization, but entertaining to see this leftist "logic" play out.

    Franken is Jewish and he’s been kicked out.

    Folks, I understand–everyone understands–that Franken is Jewish. Kicking out an individual–especially a clown like Franken–to appease the reigning zeitgeist is perfectly ok.

    The point of my comment is that I don’t think the heterosexual white Jewish guys are going to let themselves be purged for their white heterosexual maleness.

    The Democrat party is the state party. It represents the interests of the state, and the allied bureaucrat and rent-seeking interests–the Wall Street-Washington axis of evil. (Such factions–”the court party”–have existed since we had the Neolithic and quickly developed a parasitic class to feast on the labor of farmers–who were no longer mobile like hunter gatherers and thus could be exploited.)

    But in ethnic character, the Democrat party is–to first order–a Jewish party. Jewish guys provide both the money and the intellectual–ideological and policy–leadership. Does anybody think Ta-Neishi is capable of coming up with anything? Or the Congressional Black Caucus is going to come up with any sort of coherent policies? Uh-no.

    I just don’t think these smart Jewish guys are going to give up this vehicle that serves their interests to a bunch of pussy hats and low-IQ whiners. Those folks are shock troops in political warfare. They are not–of their own accord–a suitably strong and well-funded faction, much less one capable of governing. In a real slugging match with the Jewish guys, they’d get their ass handed to them in a heartbeat.

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    The problems for continued Jewish dominance of our society. Is that they want it both ways.

    Jews carry out their "Fellow White People" propaganda then the very next day follow up with "I am not White I'm Jewish". Calling Jews out on this nonsense is a now a major Alt-Right meme.

    They could get away with this when their was only David Duke and Stormfront to call them on it. But now there is a million man/boy troll storm army on /pol/ and Alt-Right media to call them on it.

    Now, look at what is happening to traditional "Ziophillic" Boomer Conservative talk radio. Both Cumulus and Iheartradio (formerly Clear Channel) are bankrupt. Sirius Radio is struggling.

    Most new cars, trucks and semi have 4g, wifi and auxiliary ports. Lots of younger people listen exclusively to podcasts or streaming.

    The question for Jews is whether "Goyim Knowing" will out pace their moves to "Oy Vey Shut it down".
    , @PV van der Byl
    I agree that the NAMs, dykes, and queers need the financial and administrative resources of the Jews to have even a moderately functional Democratic Party.

    But do the NAMs, dykes, and queers understand that?
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  • MKP says:
    @Marty T
    Blue collar whites are already strongly Republican. But many college educated white men have problems with Trump. So hopefully a purge of a Jewish, Harvard man like Franken can let them know the Democratic party is no place for you. Though...if you're a straight white man voting Democrat, you've really been delusional for a while.

    McConnell might as well throw a party change option at Franken. Nothing to lose.

    “McConnell might as well throw a party change option at Franken. Nothing to lose.”

    Well, we could posit numerous problems with that option – numerous “somethings to lose.” Nonetheless, there are some potential benefits to it, and we absolutely need that kind of outside-the-box thinking.

    I hereby resolve to subscribe to your newsletter.

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    Outside the box? Good lord man, that is so inside the box you will never find your way out. McConnell has got to be in the first wave to get the heave ho.
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  • J.Ross says: • Website

    You are erroneously imputing motive, goal, and some twisted logic to what is actually a truly irrational force. The word “irrational” is heavily misused. People think they can use it to mean “stupid” without causing the same immediate reactions. I am not calling people irrational here but rather the process: this is a volcano. It has no mind. It erupts in its own time and it stops erupting only when good and ready.
    As an anonymous anti-Semite creep (Agobardic & Menckenian anti-Semitism, not biological or theological, which I consider indefensible), people often ask me why the Jews did X when X went on to blow up in Jewish faces, or what the goal of some progressive scheme can possibly be. The answer has three major elements, only one of which is key and relevant here:
    1 – it’s not everyone with Jewish ancestry, it’s, in most cases, one to twelve criminals hoping to hide short-term profitable crimes behind their own stereotypes, defying society to dare accuse them.
    2 – A lot of these schemes are “short-term shoring-up number three hundred and fifty-nine” of a fool-proof master plan that might predate all concerned. It’s not their plan, it’s their last-minute bandaid.
    3 – most importantly — they have no idea what they are doing, and that is not a contradiction or a brake on anything else. The bank robber who wears no mask despite six color high-definition cameras does not get his bank robbery magically undone by his being an idiot, whatever Horace Rumpole thinks. Rather his being an idiot yields evidence which confirms it. In the Russian stock market in the late nineteenth century, in various revolutions, in a million other examples, they set into roller-coaster motion a process which they neither understood nor truly controlled, hypnotized as they were by some short-term prize, and the thing, once out of their hands, bit their heads off.
    That is what we are seeing now, and, if this chaos is to resemble justice, we should hope it doesn’t stop in time to let any Southern Californian billionaire producers who like ‘em young off the hook. Trump and Moore have shown the way for the innocent: demand facts and process. Franken may have fallen on his sword to hide something far worse, or to hurt Trump in some confused magical way.
    Or maybe he just has no idea what he’s doing.

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  • @reiner Tor
    The problem is that the dynamic has always been a little like this: the Left got more and more outrageous and so people elected the Faux Right. But instead of rolling back these outrageous changes, the Faux Right instead started making life easier for billionaires (tax cuts, anyone?), and at least in the US, engaged in the stupidest foreign policy adventures (I don't know, maybe starting pointless wars in the Middle East to please some ethnic lobbies), until eventually people got fed up and thought that maybe the Left won't be any worse than that. The Left initially didn't do much worse on the cultural issues than the Faux Right (remember, the latter didn't roll back anything either), only in the second term did it start the most outrageous cultural issues. So, eventually people got fed up with them, and voted back the Faux Right. Which is now cutting taxes for corporations and seems to be engaging in pointless foreign policy adventures. I'm not sure if it'll end well.

    So let's hope the Faux Right gets replaced by a Real Hard Right. I hope the good people of Alabama will vote for Roy Moore.

    the US, engaged in the stupidest foreign policy adventures

    Yeah, like sticking our stupid pathetic neck into Europe in 1917 and 1942. But no, you couldn’t vote for Taft or Hoover or Landon, because “tax cuts for the rich”.

    World war does indeed lower immigration totals, but I prefer the more peaceful methods of Harding and Coolidge.

    now cutting taxes for corporations

    Why not raise them to the levels of Canada, Ireland, or the Netherlands? That’ll teach companies like Apple and Burger King!

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  • @Danny D.
    Except the country voted left in 2008. External events are less relevant than what the public consciousness is at the moment.

    The public consciousness is shaped by external events. Every new president is a reaction to the old one. If times are good, we go with what we’ve got; if they’re bad, then we switch horses in midstream.

    Johnson gave us Vietnam and riots in the inner cities, leading to Nixon’s election (and Ford’s appointment). Nixon gave us Watergate, and Ford gave us nothing, leading to Carter’s election. Carter gave us malaise, stagflation, and the Iran hostage crisis, leading to Reagan’s election. Reagan gave us mostly good times, leading to Bush I’s election. Bush I gave us a pretty bad recession, leading to Clinton’s election. Clinton gave us Lewinsky and the tech bubble, leading to Bush II’s election (by the narrowest of margins – the boom was over, but enough folks were still feeling good enough that Gore almost made it).

    The disastrous Bush II presidency led to Obama’s election.

    What were the external events in 2008? I seem to remember something about a second Great Depression, brought on in large part by Bush II’s “Invade the World, Invite the World, Hand Out Mortgages Like Candy” policies. This was on top of the ever-growing number of dead bodies (and live bodies with dead souls) piling up in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    I didn’t vote for Obama in ’08, but I sure as hell didn’t feel any enthusiasm about voting for McCain. (Truthfully, given how frail McCain looked even then, I considered my vote for him a vote for Palin. And Palin, while not nearly the dumb bimbo that she was made out to be, was hardly presidential material.)

    To me, Obama’s election makes a lot more sense than his re-election. Things were so bad in ’08, and Obama looked so appealing next to the decrepit McCain, that it wasn’t altogether surprising that the Magic Mulatto managed to win. But, in 2012, Obama didn’t look so good and Romney didn’t look too bad. That one was a real disappointment.

    (Steve has already documented the circumstances behind Romney’s loss. He failed to energize the white GOP base, while Obama whipped the black Democratic base into an absolute frenzy.)

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    True, although you've got to be careful to distinguish short-term reactions from long-term trends. Ford nearly won in 1976 in spite of everything, for example, and Carter governing more to the economic right than Nixon or Ford did didn't stop him from getting crushed by Reagan.

    Would have been far better if Gore had won, because that meant Turd Blossom and his ludicrous promises of winning Mexicans over with Chamber of Commerce ideals coupled with amnesty would have been discredited. He wouldn't have been able to impose his version of "conservatism" on the GOP as dogma, ruthlessly purging what remained of the actual stuff, from prudence on the budget to realism abroad.

    Since Gore would have likely invaded Iraq, too, given that Clinton made Saddam's replacement an official policy goal in 1998 and the hothouse ideological fixations of the bipartisan elite in general after 9/11, that meant a Republican with different ideas might have had a chance. Especially if you combine that with the fact that the GOP cognoscenti would face the same issue that the Clintonian DNC Establishment did in 2004 and 2008 OTL-culminating in Obama's ultimate success, as we remember.

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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @midtown
    Even aside from the sexual harassment purge, I have been wondering if John Kerry will have been the last white male to be the Democrat Party's presidential nominee. There is so much talk on the left about whites "stepping back." There is a small chance that another one may be nominated, but the odds are small and growing smaller all the time.

    The hard-core left saw that they got their minority hire Obama elected, so yes, they’ll very likely never let another white male run for the presidency.

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  • @jon

    If I was going to guess the next left-wing cis-gendered (((white)) male to go down due to sexual harassment allegations I would assume it would be Bill Maher.
     
    Maher pretty exclusively dates black ladies, they seem to have different standards on this - he'll be fine.

    Bill Maher was for over a decade a regular at the Playboy Mansion. Besides having dated a black porn performers, Maher had a rather notorious reputation as a “Chuckle F#cker” from his stand up days.

    Decades ago I remember female comedians like Tina Fey calling out Maher for his antics. And remember Tina Fey had several jabs at Harvey Weinstein during the running of 30 Rock.

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    Bill Maher was for over a decade a regular at the Playboy Mansion
     
    So was Shel Silverstein. But that was a better decade.

    Did you know that Silverstein wrote "A Boy Named Sue" while on assignment for Playboy, when he met a veteran of the Scopes trial with that name? We're farther along from that hit song as it was from the monkey trial.

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    @Citizen of a Silly Country
    Yep, see my comment below. Similar thinking though I left out the pure Jewish angle.

    I've been in DC for a long time and knew people who worked on the Hill in my younger days so I see some of this from an on-the-ground level. Hill staffs and campaign staff work in close quarters, often for very long days. The purging of large numbers of white males is going to make working on those staffs for the remaining white guys (who likely will be even more heavily Jewish than what they already are) a nightmare.

    I have a hard time imagining some young Chuck Schumer looking at his current and future situation and being too excited about sticking around. He won't be allowed to move up to the point of being a Senate candidate, so his future is to become chief of staff of a powerful black or brown senator. Not a bad gig at all, but it would still entail managing a bunch that senator's idiot friends. Every day dealing with morons who hate you because you're white and are their boss.

    But, yes, the Jews will continue to run the Dem party if for no other reason than they provide all of the money and much of the organization. Perhaps the young Schumers will get more into the pure money side or form their own political organizations (filled with white guys) that parachute in to run campaigns or important Hill legislation battles while more or less telling the actual staffs of blacks, browns and lesbians to stand down until they've finished their work.

    If money doesn’t get you power any more, I have a feeling even the Jews will walk away from the Democrats. There’s a certain percentage of Jews for whom power is more important than money. As for the others, another percentage understands that without holding political office, no agenda of yours will ever get a chance of being enacted, so they’ll try for it through the Republican route.

    Normally, this would mean a rebirth of the Republican moderates, but the left is so insanely hostile to anything Republican that any Jew running as Republican is going to get labelled a Nazi and harassed without mercy.

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  • @Charles Pewitt
    OFF TOPIC

    Paul Frederick Nehlen III has been viciously attacked by John Podhoretz. The continuous Jew attacks upon Germans such as Paul Frederick "Von" Nehlen III indicate to me that the Jews know the jig is up on the WASP / Jew ruling class. Others have endured the Twitter vitriol of Poddy; I count myself as one; there is no need for me to recount my unpleasant encounter with Poddy.

    Poddy knows that the GOP is now Great Lakes German and Southern states Anglo-Celtic. Poddy knows that Paul Nehlen is a proud American Kraut born in Ohio and now living in Wisconsin. Ohio and Wisconsin are loaded up with Krauts. Poddy must be kicked out of the GOP and his patron Rupert Murdoch should be deported back to Australia.

    Poddy the Jew attacks Nehlen the Kraut:

    https://twitter.com/jpodhoretz/status/938623641650171904

    https://twitter.com/pnehlen/status/845841223499894784

    Poddy knows that the GOP is now Great Lakes German

    Poddy’s mom grew up in the German-and-Irish capital city of a Great Lakes state, where Charles M Schulz was her neighbor and F Scott Fitzgerald was the local boy who made it big. I’m sure she’s always been an available font of intelligence about Midwestern Germans, Celts, and WASPs, if he cared to listen.

    Also, she wrote a book called “Liberal Parents, Radical Children”. Sums up the late 20th century perfectly.

    The nickname “Poddy” was first applied to his father, by some perv objecting to his disapproval of buggery. In this particular kerfuffle, it was Norm who embraced normality, not his WASP opponent.

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    "In this particular kerfuffle, it was Norm who embraced normality, not his WASP opponent." Gore Vidal?
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  • @MKP
    "McConnell might as well throw a party change option at Franken. Nothing to lose."

    Well, we could posit numerous problems with that option - numerous "somethings to lose." Nonetheless, there are some potential benefits to it, and we absolutely need that kind of outside-the-box thinking.

    I hereby resolve to subscribe to your newsletter.

    Outside the box? Good lord man, that is so inside the box you will never find your way out. McConnell has got to be in the first wave to get the heave ho.

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  • @Stan Adams
    The public consciousness is shaped by external events. Every new president is a reaction to the old one. If times are good, we go with what we've got; if they're bad, then we switch horses in midstream.

    Johnson gave us Vietnam and riots in the inner cities, leading to Nixon's election (and Ford's appointment). Nixon gave us Watergate, and Ford gave us nothing, leading to Carter's election. Carter gave us malaise, stagflation, and the Iran hostage crisis, leading to Reagan's election. Reagan gave us mostly good times, leading to Bush I's election. Bush I gave us a pretty bad recession, leading to Clinton's election. Clinton gave us Lewinsky and the tech bubble, leading to Bush II's election (by the narrowest of margins - the boom was over, but enough folks were still feeling good enough that Gore almost made it).

    The disastrous Bush II presidency led to Obama's election.

    What were the external events in 2008? I seem to remember something about a second Great Depression, brought on in large part by Bush II's "Invade the World, Invite the World, Hand Out Mortgages Like Candy" policies. This was on top of the ever-growing number of dead bodies (and live bodies with dead souls) piling up in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    I didn't vote for Obama in '08, but I sure as hell didn't feel any enthusiasm about voting for McCain. (Truthfully, given how frail McCain looked even then, I considered my vote for him a vote for Palin. And Palin, while not nearly the dumb bimbo that she was made out to be, was hardly presidential material.)

    To me, Obama's election makes a lot more sense than his re-election. Things were so bad in '08, and Obama looked so appealing next to the decrepit McCain, that it wasn't altogether surprising that the Magic Mulatto managed to win. But, in 2012, Obama didn't look so good and Romney didn't look too bad. That one was a real disappointment.

    (Steve has already documented the circumstances behind Romney's loss. He failed to energize the white GOP base, while Obama whipped the black Democratic base into an absolute frenzy.)

    Speaking of Obama, I just learned that the only ventriloquist trusted with permission to carry on the great Señor Wences’s characters is Michele LaFong of Las Vegas Backstage Talk, who was born on the very same day as Barack. And in Donald Trump’s county, to boot.

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    , @Bill
    But putting Pussy Riot in prison was a human rights abuse.
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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Citizen of a Silly Country
    Yep, see my comment below. Similar thinking though I left out the pure Jewish angle.

    I've been in DC for a long time and knew people who worked on the Hill in my younger days so I see some of this from an on-the-ground level. Hill staffs and campaign staff work in close quarters, often for very long days. The purging of large numbers of white males is going to make working on those staffs for the remaining white guys (who likely will be even more heavily Jewish than what they already are) a nightmare.

    I have a hard time imagining some young Chuck Schumer looking at his current and future situation and being too excited about sticking around. He won't be allowed to move up to the point of being a Senate candidate, so his future is to become chief of staff of a powerful black or brown senator. Not a bad gig at all, but it would still entail managing a bunch that senator's idiot friends. Every day dealing with morons who hate you because you're white and are their boss.

    But, yes, the Jews will continue to run the Dem party if for no other reason than they provide all of the money and much of the organization. Perhaps the young Schumers will get more into the pure money side or form their own political organizations (filled with white guys) that parachute in to run campaigns or important Hill legislation battles while more or less telling the actual staffs of blacks, browns and lesbians to stand down until they've finished their work.

    Being a white guy who works for an (inevitably) corrupt black or brown pol is like becoming a Janissary. In other words, someone with much more moxie and brains choosing to advance the career of a being nowhere near as worthy as himself, and ultimately, it’s an idiot’s game. The real Janissaries ultimately ran everything anyway, because their brain-dead masters couldn’t run the Ottoman Empire without them.

    There is no way blacks and browns can run anything without whites. Saudi Arabia would just be a bunch of guys with Swiss Bank accounts still living in tents without whites. There is no way whites will consent to let themselves by governed by blacks in this country if blacks turn everything into Detroit. At some point, a competent white male just gets fed up with their idiocy and takes over, like Trump.

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    Being a white guy who works for an (inevitably) corrupt black or brown pol is like becoming a Janissary.
     
    Blacks are kidnapping white children to groom them to operate ArcGIS software? Was James Guckert one of them?
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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @JollyOldSoul
    I doubt there's any well-conceived plan behind these purges. It's more emotional catharsis. They're in a rage over their years of hypocrisy at supposedly being feminists while tolerating the biggest sleezebags around: John Kennedy, Ted Kennedy, Bill Clinton, ad infinitum. It doesn't hurt that Donald Trump is president and that Roy Moore is running for Senate.

    FFS, they re-elected Dead Kennedy SEVEN TIMES after he left Mary Jo Kopechne to drown. Had Hillary won they would have been forced to keep their rage in check another 4 or 8 years. But Ted is dead and Bill and Hillary are finished, so they can drive a lot of 60/70/80 somethings out of the party without feeling like there will be much consequence. It's like the "reformed" alcoholic who runs around the house dumping out all the Scotch and vodka...then runs to the liquor store just 3 days later and buys it all back. It also makes them feel a lot more secure when they get conservatives fired for the most minor of offenses. But the liberal pervs will be back, and the leftists will soon return to tolerating them.

    The downside for them is that this will make make more young white politically-minded men realize they have no future with that party. When bawdy humor gets thrown in with genuine harassment, and when dozens of men can be brought down by a single unfounded or decades old charge, men will flee in droves. The drive to procreate is one of the most powerful forces in the human body. People, men especially, often do stupid things when they slip and allow themselves to be controlled by it. People should be forgiven for the more minor mistakes they make when they allow that to happen.

    “I doubt there’s any well-conceived plan behind these purges. It’s more emotional catharsis.”

    It’s your standard democrat riot. They riot in their own neighborhoods.

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    @eah
    https://twitter.com/jartaylor/status/938831502799986688

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  • Corn says:

    If Franken follows through and resigns in coming weeks, has there been any speculation on who will replace him?

    It’s my understanding that the Coalition of the Fringes would like Keith Ellison appointed, but some Dems fear Minnesota is still too white to get him elected at the state level. Any idea who’s on the fast track to replace him?

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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @whorefinder
    What have I been saying since this all first started breaking after Weinstein, and lefty men started dropping like flies?

    The Hate Whitey wing is purging the Clinton-Old Guard wing, and the purge is being supported by the Bernie Bros. wing.

    The Clinton-Old Guard wing are mostly whites and Jews, with the old-school civil rights blacks in there. Basically, anyone who is neo-liberal and has defended the Clintons, and also has tried to appeal (whether successful or not) at some point to white working class males/social conservatives.

    The Hate Whitey wing is the younger blacks, all other ethnics (Hispanics), as well as militant trannies and militant homos. They want to control the party now, and they will remove all opposition.

    Expect more purges soon. Schumer looks to be a prime target/scalp now; powerful, Jewish, neo-liberal, and the Anthony Weiner connection show that he has to have some sex skeletons in his closet. Perhaps Pelois too, if the Hate Whitey wing is feeling especially powerful.


    For those of you who think that's impossible, tell me: how impossible was it last summer that Trump would win?

    And, more importantly, how impossible was it just 6 months ago that so many left-wing men would be fired or forced to resign from Congress/Hollywood/Media despite being loud and proud left wingers and pusher of the party line?

    More will come. Soros is funding this purge. He wants a win now before he dies, and thinks chaotic hate-whitey civil war is the only way.

    “Expect more purges soon. Schumer looks to be a prime target/scalp now; ”

    The GOP should help with that. They should demand Schumer take responsibility for the party officials he leads and resign. Blame Schumer before they can blame Trump.

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  • @AnotherDad

    Franken is Jewish and he’s been kicked out.
     
    Folks, I understand--everyone understands--that Franken is Jewish. Kicking out an individual--especially a clown like Franken--to appease the reigning zeitgeist is perfectly ok.

    The point of my comment is that I don't think the heterosexual white Jewish guys are going to let themselves be purged for their white heterosexual maleness.

    The Democrat party is the state party. It represents the interests of the state, and the allied bureaucrat and rent-seeking interests--the Wall Street-Washington axis of evil. (Such factions--"the court party"--have existed since we had the Neolithic and quickly developed a parasitic class to feast on the labor of farmers--who were no longer mobile like hunter gatherers and thus could be exploited.)

    But in ethnic character, the Democrat party is--to first order--a Jewish party. Jewish guys provide both the money and the intellectual--ideological and policy--leadership. Does anybody think Ta-Neishi is capable of coming up with anything? Or the Congressional Black Caucus is going to come up with any sort of coherent policies? Uh-no.

    I just don't think these smart Jewish guys are going to give up this vehicle that serves their interests to a bunch of pussy hats and low-IQ whiners. Those folks are shock troops in political warfare. They are not--of their own accord--a suitably strong and well-funded faction, much less one capable of governing. In a real slugging match with the Jewish guys, they'd get their ass handed to them in a heartbeat.

    The problems for continued Jewish dominance of our society. Is that they want it both ways.

    Jews carry out their “Fellow White People” propaganda then the very next day follow up with “I am not White I’m Jewish”. Calling Jews out on this nonsense is a now a major Alt-Right meme.

    They could get away with this when their was only David Duke and Stormfront to call them on it. But now there is a million man/boy troll storm army on /pol/ and Alt-Right media to call them on it.

    Now, look at what is happening to traditional “Ziophillic” Boomer Conservative talk radio. Both Cumulus and Iheartradio (formerly Clear Channel) are bankrupt. Sirius Radio is struggling.

    Most new cars, trucks and semi have 4g, wifi and auxiliary ports. Lots of younger people listen exclusively to podcasts or streaming.

    The question for Jews is whether “Goyim Knowing” will out pace their moves to “Oy Vey Shut it down”.

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  • nebulafox says:
    @Stan Adams
    The public consciousness is shaped by external events. Every new president is a reaction to the old one. If times are good, we go with what we've got; if they're bad, then we switch horses in midstream.

    Johnson gave us Vietnam and riots in the inner cities, leading to Nixon's election (and Ford's appointment). Nixon gave us Watergate, and Ford gave us nothing, leading to Carter's election. Carter gave us malaise, stagflation, and the Iran hostage crisis, leading to Reagan's election. Reagan gave us mostly good times, leading to Bush I's election. Bush I gave us a pretty bad recession, leading to Clinton's election. Clinton gave us Lewinsky and the tech bubble, leading to Bush II's election (by the narrowest of margins - the boom was over, but enough folks were still feeling good enough that Gore almost made it).

    The disastrous Bush II presidency led to Obama's election.

    What were the external events in 2008? I seem to remember something about a second Great Depression, brought on in large part by Bush II's "Invade the World, Invite the World, Hand Out Mortgages Like Candy" policies. This was on top of the ever-growing number of dead bodies (and live bodies with dead souls) piling up in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    I didn't vote for Obama in '08, but I sure as hell didn't feel any enthusiasm about voting for McCain. (Truthfully, given how frail McCain looked even then, I considered my vote for him a vote for Palin. And Palin, while not nearly the dumb bimbo that she was made out to be, was hardly presidential material.)

    To me, Obama's election makes a lot more sense than his re-election. Things were so bad in '08, and Obama looked so appealing next to the decrepit McCain, that it wasn't altogether surprising that the Magic Mulatto managed to win. But, in 2012, Obama didn't look so good and Romney didn't look too bad. That one was a real disappointment.

    (Steve has already documented the circumstances behind Romney's loss. He failed to energize the white GOP base, while Obama whipped the black Democratic base into an absolute frenzy.)

    True, although you’ve got to be careful to distinguish short-term reactions from long-term trends. Ford nearly won in 1976 in spite of everything, for example, and Carter governing more to the economic right than Nixon or Ford did didn’t stop him from getting crushed by Reagan.

    Would have been far better if Gore had won, because that meant Turd Blossom and his ludicrous promises of winning Mexicans over with Chamber of Commerce ideals coupled with amnesty would have been discredited. He wouldn’t have been able to impose his version of “conservatism” on the GOP as dogma, ruthlessly purging what remained of the actual stuff, from prudence on the budget to realism abroad.

    Since Gore would have likely invaded Iraq, too, given that Clinton made Saddam’s replacement an official policy goal in 1998 and the hothouse ideological fixations of the bipartisan elite in general after 9/11, that meant a Republican with different ideas might have had a chance. Especially if you combine that with the fact that the GOP cognoscenti would face the same issue that the Clintonian DNC Establishment did in 2004 and 2008 OTL-culminating in Obama’s ultimate success, as we remember.

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    Good points.

    It has been said that, if the 1976 election had been held on Nov. 9 instead of Nov. 2, Ford would have won. Carter's support was evaporating.

    And, of course, if the hostages had been released on, say, the day before the 1980 election instead of ten minutes after the inauguration, then Carter might very well have been re-elected. (That would have meant that, in the last few years of the old-style Soviet system - led by men like Brezhnev, Andropov, and Chernenko, all of whom were too preoccupied with their failing health to do much about the collapse of the communist system - Carter would have been in office, and the U.S. military likely would have remained totally demoralized.)

    Trump made noises about running in 2000. It's interesting to ponder whether a Bush loss might have led to a real (third-party?) Trump run in 2004.

    Of course, in the real world, '04 was already a big year for Trump. On Thursday, January 8, 2004 - ironically, the day after Bush announced a "guest-worker" amnesty plan - The Apprentice debuted on NBC.

    The importance of The Apprentice in the sequence of events leading up to Trump's rise to the presidency should not be discounted. By '04, Trump had been a household name for at least twenty years, but becoming the host of a top-rated prime-time television show gave him regular exposure and renewed cultural relevance. It put him on the front burner of the pop-culture scene for the first time in a long time.

    I would even say that, without the image boost that came with hosting The Apprentice, Trump likely would not have become president.

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  • @Dahlia
    Another thing to consider on the punditry/intellectual side...

    On the liberal side, you have Hannah Rosin, Judith Shulevitz, and.... not too many more women of that caliber.

    The gap in quality between the men and the women is huge. A couple months back, I had to follow the twitter account of a lib journo closely and, I swear, when he would begin retweeting the women, the intellectual quality of his timeline went down at least one stdv. He's got to notice, how can one not? So, then, whyyyyyyyyyyyy?????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I thought of Ron Unz's Meritocracy essay whenever this happened.

    I'm not much of a feminist, but it was embarrassing. It is embarrassing. We women are not empowered by throwing up mediocrities; more is not better! But they don't care!

    Our side can point to Laura Ingraham, Ann Coulter, Ann Corcoran, Michelle Malkin, Kathy Shaidle, and a few others, who, while hardly perfect, often put our men to shame. And we can look back with pride at the late Phyllis Schlafly, who I thought would have made a great president.

    In 1979, the Brits rejected all the men in Parliament, because they wanted someone with balls.

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  • nebulafox says:
    @Jack D
    The Democrat strategy is becoming clear (whether it will work is a different matter). The strategy is this: The Democrat Party, in addition to being the Black Party (not enough to win in most places) is also the Womyn's Party. The Republicans are the party of sex abusers like Donald Trump and Roy Moore - they WELCOME abusers in their party. The Democrat Party, dear white womyn, is the clean party. We no longer tolerate abusers, we have cleansed our party of all of our abusers, we are the woman friendly party where you can be comfortable casting your vote. The Pussy Hat March seemed like it was a petulant fizzle that led to nothing but they are going to try to reactivate that energy for the next election.

    What is the correct Republican counter to this, aside from cucking out and casting out Roy Moore as a Me Too move?

    Simple. Lean back, make some popcorn, and watch your enemies hang themselves. Sometimes, the best response is no response. Let the Democrats show themselves for what they are.

    All too often, the problem with the Right in this country is they don’t know how to shut up and do that, because they are busy trying to outdo the Left in ideologically-driven political insanity. There seems to have been a collective amnesia on Capitol Hill about the fact that Trump won in part precisely *because* he openly mocked or ignored post-1992 GOP dogma on the campaign trail. Most of his average voters have little interest in any of the 3 traditional stools of post-1990s conservatism, and for good reason: they are all rotten to the core. This tax bill is going to haunt the Republicans in 2018 if they don’t somehow make the Democrats a greater evil, and fast.

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  • @anonymous-antimarxist
    Bill Maher was for over a decade a regular at the Playboy Mansion. Besides having dated a black porn performers, Maher had a rather notorious reputation as a "Chuckle F#cker" from his stand up days.

    Decades ago I remember female comedians like Tina Fey calling out Maher for his antics. And remember Tina Fey had several jabs at Harvey Weinstein during the running of 30 Rock.

    Bill Maher was for over a decade a regular at the Playboy Mansion

    So was Shel Silverstein. But that was a better decade.

    Did you know that Silverstein wrote “A Boy Named Sue” while on assignment for Playboy, when he met a veteran of the Scopes trial with that name? We’re farther along from that hit song as it was from the monkey trial.

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  • @Citizen of a Silly Country
    The real question is what does the next generation of Chuck Schumers and Bill Clintons do?

    These are the brains and public talent of the DNC. Will a future Chuck Schumer (or Bill Clinton) be happy knowing that he'll never be the Senate (presidential) candidate because he's a white male? Will he be happy and willing to be the always behind-the-scenes organizer surrounded by black and brown idiots?

    I mean it would have to get very old, very quickly cleaning up the messes of politicians that you don't respect, all the while spending your days in a small office with the politician's "crew" from the 'hood or barrio.

    It's one thing to be the wealthy donors pulling the strings from afar; it's another to be the on-the-ground managers of the politicians.

    If the Dems lose the next generation of Schumers and Bill Clintons, they're in a world of hurt. Even the last generation of true behind-the-scene guys like Carville and Begala dealt with overwhelmingly white, male staffs, which, I'm sure, made their job much more enjoyable. Imagine those guys having to deal with black, brown and lesbian nitwits day in and day out. It'd be a nightmare. I'd suspect that they got a taste of what it'll be like with Hillary's campaign.

    That all being said, there is a certain quality to quantity. The demographics are all in the Dems favor, so even if they job isn't as good as it used to be, future Schumers and Bill Clintons will still want to be on the winning side.

    It'll be interesting to watch.

    Citi, nice take and will the rich white males and rich Jewish males continue to support the dems after the purge? National elections require big donations.

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  • nebulafox says:
    @Polish Perspective
    I believe it was Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents who said that in the West, you essentially get two choices. Either you vote for a rabidly anti-white (and by extention, anti-Western) left, mostly made-up of self-hating whites and the non-white freeriders who exploit that sentiment or you vote for a much less (socially/culturally) crazy right, which nevertheless never has the balls to truly challenge the left's hegemony and ultimately ends up accepting all the premises of their opponents - only 20 years later - and in exchange you get plutocracy, massive tax cuts to corporations, worse working conditions for the working classes, less security etc.

    You never really get social conservatism and economic socialism(with a small 's' of course). I think part of the reason why the major Western and/or EU media and politicians are going so crazy sperging out against Poland is precisely because this is what we've done. PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative. That is a very potent combination which is popular with wide swathes of the public. In essence, they are populists in the best sense of the word.

    This is also to some extent what I believe the so-called 'Sailer Strategy' was about. Embracing white identity is a form of rebellion against multiculturalism (which has an implicit assumption that white identity must be stayed in order for others to flourish. The majority must be silenced/passified). Sailer also advocated more smart policies to aid the white working-class base of the GOP, which would challenge the neoliberal dogma which the GOP donor class wants.

    Of course the GOP are far too stupid to ever adopt it. Trump probably only flirted with it thanks to his thirst to power and desperation to get elected at any price. Plus, one has to concede that he does seem to be genuinely a quasi-nationalist of some form. Especially wrt trade, big mega-agreements on climate change as well as the recent "global compact on migration" which few have heard about, which was pushed through in the UN under the Obama admin's nose with no complaints, and if anything enthusiastic cheer. Nevertheless, Trump is more useful to Israel's foreign policy objectives, as we've seen with the recent embassy move or the pointless threats vs Iran. The major tax cut bill won't be what white America needs, but it is what the GOP's donor base wants.

    Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism. When you challenge one of the two, you're in trouble. When you challenge both, you become public enemy #1.

    >Trump probably only flirted with it thanks to his thirst to power and desperation to get elected at any price.

    I don’t think he ever expected to be elected, and just said whatever popped into his mind during the day. And now that he’s in the White House, he’s just going to naturally take the easiest course available to him, which is caving to McConnellism.

    Trump is neither the neo-fascist of his enemies fevered imaginations nor the crusading Marius envisioned by his supporters. He’s Berlusconi with a weirder hairdo. No more, no less.

    >Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism. When you challenge one of the two, you’re in trouble. When you challenge both, you become public enemy #1.

    Ding. Ding. Ding. We have a winner.

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  • @Polish Perspective
    I believe it was Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents who said that in the West, you essentially get two choices. Either you vote for a rabidly anti-white (and by extention, anti-Western) left, mostly made-up of self-hating whites and the non-white freeriders who exploit that sentiment or you vote for a much less (socially/culturally) crazy right, which nevertheless never has the balls to truly challenge the left's hegemony and ultimately ends up accepting all the premises of their opponents - only 20 years later - and in exchange you get plutocracy, massive tax cuts to corporations, worse working conditions for the working classes, less security etc.

    You never really get social conservatism and economic socialism(with a small 's' of course). I think part of the reason why the major Western and/or EU media and politicians are going so crazy sperging out against Poland is precisely because this is what we've done. PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative. That is a very potent combination which is popular with wide swathes of the public. In essence, they are populists in the best sense of the word.

    This is also to some extent what I believe the so-called 'Sailer Strategy' was about. Embracing white identity is a form of rebellion against multiculturalism (which has an implicit assumption that white identity must be stayed in order for others to flourish. The majority must be silenced/passified). Sailer also advocated more smart policies to aid the white working-class base of the GOP, which would challenge the neoliberal dogma which the GOP donor class wants.

    Of course the GOP are far too stupid to ever adopt it. Trump probably only flirted with it thanks to his thirst to power and desperation to get elected at any price. Plus, one has to concede that he does seem to be genuinely a quasi-nationalist of some form. Especially wrt trade, big mega-agreements on climate change as well as the recent "global compact on migration" which few have heard about, which was pushed through in the UN under the Obama admin's nose with no complaints, and if anything enthusiastic cheer. Nevertheless, Trump is more useful to Israel's foreign policy objectives, as we've seen with the recent embassy move or the pointless threats vs Iran. The major tax cut bill won't be what white America needs, but it is what the GOP's donor base wants.

    Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism. When you challenge one of the two, you're in trouble. When you challenge both, you become public enemy #1.

    The major tax cut bill won’t be what white America needs

    Whites are paying the bulk of taxes now, so they’ll need a “major tax cut bill” of some kind.

    PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative. That is a very potent combination which is popular with wide swathes of the public. In essence, they are populists in the best sense of the word

    The problem with that, is that there are far more poor outside your country than within it, and you’re building an enormous institution, the welfare state, with powers of coercion and with a great incentive to invite those poor into the country.

    And that they do. It’s no accident that the 1964 presidential election here revolved around the most popular (“third rail”) segment of our welfare state and led to the legislation that gave us the promiscuous borders we have now.

    Also, your “populist” system requires exorbitant taxes on the middle class, because “the rich”, i.e., high earners, leave the country for Monaco and pay nothing. This option is unavailable to Americans, true, but that makes it less popular, not more.

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  • @Buffalo Joe
    Citi, nice take and will the rich white males and rich Jewish males continue to support the dems after the purge? National elections require big donations.

    You just called him a bank!

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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer

    I predict an exodus of white males from the Democratic party organization. They’ll be too nervous to stick around inside left-wing organizations any more. But at first, they’ll declare themselves Independents because they refuse to become Republicans. They’ll be followed by white women. Why? Because the white males left, that’s why. All the black and brown male pols (and female lesbian pols) left behind inside the party will still want sexual access to white women, and white women are mostly revolted by the thought of sex with an inferior. They also don’t want to have mixed-race kids because they know if the kids take after Daddy, they’ll be stupid and talentless.

    As the Democrats become split into two parties, Independents and old Democrats, they’ll be fatally splitting the left into 3 way races in Democratic strongholds, and Republicans can start winning seats there.

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  • IN DEFENCE OF AL FRANKEN

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  • @Clyde
    Beware of Al Franken's resignation. He says he will resign in the next few weeks. I will only believe it when he actually resigns.

    Clyde, kinda like he threatened to kill himself and yet there he is. We are waiting Al, and I am on the street yelling “Jump, jump!”

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  • @Sid
    Oprah would absolutely obliterate Trump. It's not even funny how easily she would own the black and woman vote in the primaries. Turnout for her in the general would be through the roof, and she would prevent the right from rallying against her as we did against Hillary because she has genius communication skills.

    Even so, it really sounds like Oprah has no interest in being president.

    Tiny, is that you?

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  • Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    Just speaking anecdotally, I can only count a handful of white (i.e., gentile) males in their twenties I know who are Democrats. The “No wite bois alowd!” message that’s been crudely scrawled across the Democratic Club House entrance has not gone unnoticed by young people.

    Would a movement like the alt-right have even found a place in mainstream dialogue if there weren’t a huge pool of capable yet alienated young white men ripe for the picking?

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  • @Olorin
    As I keep saying, one Week Without White Men would bring most people to their senses.

    One week without white men showing up to their jobs in

    --agriculture (food and fiber)
    --forestry
    --construction
    --manufacturing
    --oil/gas/coal extraction and refining and transport
    --electricity generation
    --plumbing
    --truck/train/plane driving
    --infrastructure repair
    --transportation maintenance
    --law enforcement

    Compared to

    http://static4.businessinsider.com/image/54e376936bb3f70d36c66d19-2557-1789/9-out-of-10-registered-nurses-are-female-1424184635.39-1844336.png

    January would be good timing. Maybe again in July.

    … one Week Without White Men …

    One week? It’s one day–at most–for collapse.

    The plain fact is that despite all the feminist hype, women are indeed quite different and were never interested in actually doing the nuts and bolts productive labor that men do.

    Women could not show up for work and their would be a crisis … in the hospitals. So a bunch of extra sick and old folks would die. But that’s it. We’d have to either send some guys to the schools or have the kids stay home with mom. A bunch of guys would have to answer the phones in businesses so productivity would decline. Ok, “Hooters” would be in trouble. But overall we’d manage just fine.

    If men didn’t show up for work … disaster. No power. Soon no water pressure. Sewage backing up. When the gals run out of gas … In a week we’d be in the dark ages. (Of course, the Chinese would sail in and take the land and the women.)

    The absolute dishonesty about who does the materially productive work upon which modern life depends … just ridiculous. Of course, no more ridiculous I guess than “let’s replace whites with blacks and browns” and all the stupid sh*t these folks serve up. Just another obviously stupid fantasy.

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  • @Forbes
    Yeah, Kirsten led it all right. Right after she was "asked in late November whether Franken should resign following the allegations. “It’s his decision,” she replied, noncommittally."

    This is the pre-campaign, pre-election jockeying I had in mind.

    Forbes, Great point, and Schumer has his hand up Kirsten’s skirt, you know, like a puppet master would. Not the gropey thing.

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  • Looks like things are just getting started.

    If Roy Moore still gets elected, and if the Republicans who do get caught up in #metoo insanity are mostly useless cucks anyway who deserve to get booted in a primary, I say bring it on.

    Meanwhile my bet is disproportional number of Black, Hispanic and pervy Jewish male congresscritters are going down

    Drain that swamp!!!

    Franken Resigns

    http://www.occidentaldissent.com/2017/12/07/franken-resigns/

    The pitch will be the Republicans are the party of Roy Moore and Donald Trump. There is a rumor floating around Twitter that CNN and The Washington Post are working on accusing up to 40 members of Congress of sexual harassment as #MeToo spirals out of control:

    https://www.politico.com/story/2017/12/07/al-franken-sexual-harassment-democrats-response-285959

    Especially when they’re going to need a huge turnout among women to do what now still seems like a reach, but six months ago seemed impossible: flip the House and maybe even the Senate, and rally in races for governor and state legislature across the country next year.

    “For the last decade, Democrats have been pointing the finger at the Republican Party for devaluing women,” said Guy Cecil, chairman of Priorities USA and the executive director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee during the 2012 and 2014 cycles. “This is a requirement to be able to look at them with a straight face and say we’re the party that cares about them.”

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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer

    OT: Rumor has it that Rahm Emanuel and Luis Gutierrez have decided to switch jobs, and that’s why Gutierrez is resigning from Congress. Everything I’ve read about Rahm indicates the job of mayor is driving him crazy, and he wants out. Supposedly Emanuel is fed up with vested Chicago interests, Chicago minorities, and the inability to get a budget under control or make any improvements anywhere, and he wants to go back to being a guy who was a Democratic Party bigwig while in Congress. He may be looking at a presidential run himself in 2020, but wants to get back in the national spotlight and raise his visibility, first.

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    It must be tough for an Israeli to encounter Americans who won't reflexively obey him.
    , @Anon
    "[Rahm] may be looking at a presidential run himself in 2020, but wants to get back in the national spotlight and raise his visibility, first."

    God, I hope so. Talk about overplaying your hand - the guy chose to serve in a support role with the IDF during the Gulf War...a foreign army. If you think Russian conspiracies are bad now, imagine the reaction to this guy running. Some patriot in the Deep State almost certainly will leak something on him during the campaign.
    , @Flip
    Gutierrez as mayor? I hope not.
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  • @Whiskey
    The logic is simple. Only so many good positions available. Goodbye White men. Hello White women and nams.

    Won't stop at Dems either. Coming to corps soon as well. Same logic

    The logic is simple. Only so many good positions available. Goodbye White men.

    I don’t think so.

    I suspect that behind the scenes what was happening for awhile at least in private industry was a goodly measure of make-work.

    So – smart companies seeking to avoid negative publicity and EEOC/AA lawsuits would increase diversity by literally creating pointless jobs with the intention of filling them with employees embodying physical characteristics that please governing and social authorities. This was done with such nuance and suave that it actually has gone completely unnoticed by nearly all white and Asian males who simply steam quietly at the naked discrimination.

    It does hurt white and Asian males, but not the way they think it did. In other words: odds are good there is a job for you if you are capable, someone has to do the work after all. The real effect is that the practice drew down wages and profits, since these make-work jobs cost money. We were well on the way to degenerating into a massive spoils-program, it’s just that everyone seems to have freaked out before the process was complete.

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    Mary Sue Times Infinity: leaked Star Wars spoilers describe a background cosmology in which women are inherently superior to men, whose bitter jealously causes all the problems in the … everything. Because this is a JJ Abrams joint, absolutely no thought was given to what that means in a fantasy universe densely diversified with non-human life forms.
    tldr The Dark Side of the Force is literally vagina envy.

    This very ancient tree was the first life form in the Star Wars galaxy, it was called the Mother Tree. The Tree gave birth to 2 humanoid creatures, a brother and sister. The sister was given the power to create life and she would think it up and release it into the sky where the “life force” would spread to other planets. *Brother was created to be her servant,* but he was jealous and one day fought her in order to make her submit to him. He killed her, but he was wounded in the battle, the Tree herself was also dying (as brother stole her life force to make himself eternal), but the Tree made a last prophecy that the sister would be reincarnated and *make brother submit to her* yet again in the future. Brother over eons eventually made technology to leave the planet on his own, and over the centuries he hid in the shadows.

    It also is explained that the reincarnation MUST be a woman, since the pureness of the light side is feminine. Although males and females can tap into either the dark or light side, the pure dark side is always males, and the pure light side is always females. In the Last Jedi, Luke confers to Rey that he always thought that he would be the prophecised one, just as his father Anakin also thought the same of himself. But Luke then realizes the *true savior of the galaxy must be a woman.*

    And yes, the above plot point was an idea of Kathleen Kennedy, she along with the other female assistants and co-producers made this a requirement for this and the last film in this trilogy.

    So yeah, actually this is relevant to the original topic. These people are fully unhinged.

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    Star Wars reached its peak with The Empire Strikes Back. It's now worse than Fast and Furious MCMVII.
    , @Pericles
    Lol, a dose of feminist hate mythology will be the ignominious end of Star Wars. Good riddance, maybe the nerds can do something useful with their lives instead.
    , @Chief Seattle
    Unhinged -- or insidious. According to that summary, the power of women is their ability to create life. And their role is to go out in the universe and spread life. Not to get a law degree and spend their fertile years in the office before they spend $50K on IVF treatment in their 40s. We'll see how it plays out in the movie. But calling attention to women's innate live-giving and nurturing force is a different message from the last-year gestalt of teaching them to code or current-year version where they are noisy victims of men in a mans world.
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    @Reg Cæsar
    Our side can point to Laura Ingraham, Ann Coulter, Ann Corcoran, Michelle Malkin, Kathy Shaidle, and a few others, who, while hardly perfect, often put our men to shame. And we can look back with pride at the late Phyllis Schlafly, who I thought would have made a great president.

    In 1979, the Brits rejected all the men in Parliament, because they wanted someone with balls.

    We must always mention Heather MacDonald here, and I would add Unz’s Own Ilana Mercer.

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  • Berty says:

    We’re definitely seeing a demographic shift within the Democrats as the old stale pale males retire and are replaced by younger mystery meat. Down in Texas Beto O’Rourke and Gene Green will likely be replaced with Hispanic women, old-school Chicago Catholic Dem Dan Lipinski is being vigorously challenged by an ultraliberal female grad student, and there’s a very good chance Keith Ellison could win the nomination for Senate in MN (thus severely jeopardizing the party’s hold on the seat).

    Trump needs to start doing a lot better though. This tax cut thing is terrible and has the potential to cripple his presidency. After it’s finally over he needs to tear up NAFTA, fire Haley and McMaster, and de-escalate this North Korea thing.

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  • @Anon
    But what fraction of women will believe that? Women are caty and gossip continually. The official narrative will be whatever Establishment Inc. says it should be, but how many females will silently believe otherwise and hold it against her?

    Anon, I really don’t know what women believe. Bill was a good husband. Romney kept women in binders. 10% have a rape fantasy.

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    Worse. The true figure is much higher.

    "From 1973 through 2008, nine surveys of women's rape fantasies have been published. They show that about four in 10 women admit having them (31 to 57 percent) with a median frequency of about once a month. Actual prevalence of rape fantasies is probably higher because women may not feel comfortable admitting them."

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/all-about-sex/201001/womens-rape-fantasies-how-common-what-do-they-mean
    , @Jim Don Bob
    There is a new version of the book What Women Want coming out. It is over900 pages long, and all of them are blank.
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  • @nebulafox
    True, although you've got to be careful to distinguish short-term reactions from long-term trends. Ford nearly won in 1976 in spite of everything, for example, and Carter governing more to the economic right than Nixon or Ford did didn't stop him from getting crushed by Reagan.

    Would have been far better if Gore had won, because that meant Turd Blossom and his ludicrous promises of winning Mexicans over with Chamber of Commerce ideals coupled with amnesty would have been discredited. He wouldn't have been able to impose his version of "conservatism" on the GOP as dogma, ruthlessly purging what remained of the actual stuff, from prudence on the budget to realism abroad.

    Since Gore would have likely invaded Iraq, too, given that Clinton made Saddam's replacement an official policy goal in 1998 and the hothouse ideological fixations of the bipartisan elite in general after 9/11, that meant a Republican with different ideas might have had a chance. Especially if you combine that with the fact that the GOP cognoscenti would face the same issue that the Clintonian DNC Establishment did in 2004 and 2008 OTL-culminating in Obama's ultimate success, as we remember.

    Good points.

    It has been said that, if the 1976 election had been held on Nov. 9 instead of Nov. 2, Ford would have won. Carter’s support was evaporating.

    And, of course, if the hostages had been released on, say, the day before the 1980 election instead of ten minutes after the inauguration, then Carter might very well have been re-elected. (That would have meant that, in the last few years of the old-style Soviet system – led by men like Brezhnev, Andropov, and Chernenko, all of whom were too preoccupied with their failing health to do much about the collapse of the communist system – Carter would have been in office, and the U.S. military likely would have remained totally demoralized.)

    Trump made noises about running in 2000. It’s interesting to ponder whether a Bush loss might have led to a real (third-party?) Trump run in 2004.

    Of course, in the real world, ’04 was already a big year for Trump. On Thursday, January 8, 2004 – ironically, the day after Bush announced a “guest-worker” amnesty plan – The Apprentice debuted on NBC.

    The importance of The Apprentice in the sequence of events leading up to Trump’s rise to the presidency should not be discounted. By ’04, Trump had been a household name for at least twenty years, but becoming the host of a top-rated prime-time television show gave him regular exposure and renewed cultural relevance. It put him on the front burner of the pop-culture scene for the first time in a long time.

    I would even say that, without the image boost that came with hosting The Apprentice, Trump likely would not have become president.

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    I would even say that, without the image boost that came with hosting The Apprentice, Trump likely would not have become president.
     
    And for those who think anyone could have done it, the show tanked when Arnold was the boss.
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  • Matra says:
    @jon

    If I was going to guess the next left-wing cis-gendered (((white)) male to go down due to sexual harassment allegations I would assume it would be Bill Maher.
     
    Maher pretty exclusively dates black ladies, they seem to have different standards on this - he'll be fine.

    One of those black women accused him of assault about 10-12 years ago

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    OT: Rumor has it that Rahm Emanuel and Luis Gutierrez have decided to switch jobs, and that's why Gutierrez is resigning from Congress. Everything I've read about Rahm indicates the job of mayor is driving him crazy, and he wants out. Supposedly Emanuel is fed up with vested Chicago interests, Chicago minorities, and the inability to get a budget under control or make any improvements anywhere, and he wants to go back to being a guy who was a Democratic Party bigwig while in Congress. He may be looking at a presidential run himself in 2020, but wants to get back in the national spotlight and raise his visibility, first.

    It must be tough for an Israeli to encounter Americans who won’t reflexively obey him.

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    Irony alert: there's a segment on the Nixon tapes where he and Kissinger completely blast the Democrats for advocating the "Jerusalem as capital" position, back in the aftermath of the 1967 War. So, less than 50 years ago, the two parties were completely reversed on this issue, contrary to Conservatism Inc's claims. Eternal principles, indeed. You can't make this stuff up.

    AIPAC and the proto-neocons never forgave George Bush I for what he tried to do in Madrid... which probably led his son to make conclusions that would forever damage the United States.

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  • Yak-15 says:
    @AndrewR
    While there is a difference between Weinstein-type predation and Franken-type perversion, one would have to be unreasonably paranoid to believe that all these females are lying about Franken grabbing their asses. The virtue-signalling against Franken is ridiculous, but let's not just pretend this is boys-will-be-boys type stuff.

    The same is true of Roy Moore. Only the most paranoid tinfoil hat types could think that all these females are lying about Moore. It's not like we all didn't already know Moore was a total scumbag. This is just icing on the cake.

    And if this witch hunt against sexual degeneracy leads to Trump's removal from office, even better. The Jerusalem thing was the last straw. Trump needs to be removed from power immediately.

    From a geo-political standpoint, it’s illogical and actually severely harms Israel. In the grand scheme of things, I don’t really believe it harms the US position in the Middle East.

    From a cultural standpoint it’s a deft maneuver. It pushes Muslims further away from the United States. This forces them to choose sides. If groups of Muslims act irrationally, it will help Trump’s culture war and his travel ban battle. It may also wake up Europe to the reality of Islam if something really bad happens. It also divides Jewish liberals and Islamic liberals in the United States.

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  • TheBoom says:

    The Democrats don’t need cis-het white men to run things well because their voters don’t require well run governmental institutions – just look at black run cities that keep electing the same incompetents over and over. Blacks, Hispanics and single white women just want the government to be a sugar daddy and the borders to be wide open. The elite wants to virtue signal while getting cheap labor and supplicants. To make matters worse, the left is a religious cult that views politics as a zero sum game with white cis-het men needing to lose for them to win.

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    Blacks tend to stay where they are, but the Hispanics pick up and move. Anyone noticed who's been crossing the Rio Grande northwards en masse since the 1980s?
    , @Mr. Anon

    The Democrats don’t need cis-het white men to run things well because their voters don’t require well run governmental institutions
     
    However, they probably still like food, electricity, running water, and airplanes that mostly don't crash.
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  • @Citizen of a Silly Country
    The real question is what does the next generation of Chuck Schumers and Bill Clintons do?

    These are the brains and public talent of the DNC. Will a future Chuck Schumer (or Bill Clinton) be happy knowing that he'll never be the Senate (presidential) candidate because he's a white male? Will he be happy and willing to be the always behind-the-scenes organizer surrounded by black and brown idiots?

    I mean it would have to get very old, very quickly cleaning up the messes of politicians that you don't respect, all the while spending your days in a small office with the politician's "crew" from the 'hood or barrio.

    It's one thing to be the wealthy donors pulling the strings from afar; it's another to be the on-the-ground managers of the politicians.

    If the Dems lose the next generation of Schumers and Bill Clintons, they're in a world of hurt. Even the last generation of true behind-the-scene guys like Carville and Begala dealt with overwhelmingly white, male staffs, which, I'm sure, made their job much more enjoyable. Imagine those guys having to deal with black, brown and lesbian nitwits day in and day out. It'd be a nightmare. I'd suspect that they got a taste of what it'll be like with Hillary's campaign.

    That all being said, there is a certain quality to quantity. The demographics are all in the Dems favor, so even if they job isn't as good as it used to be, future Schumers and Bill Clintons will still want to be on the winning side.

    It'll be interesting to watch.

    It seems like the leadership of the Left in the country is getting dumber while the masses of the Right are, if not getting smarter getting more perceptive and cunning. Cucks like Ben Sasse might still get elected, but Jeff Flakes are an exercise in virtue signaling that people on the front lines of the culture war want no part of any more.

    2014 and what was verboten around here is now being openly talked about by ‘normies’.

    I think the next presidential election cycle is going to break the Left mentally and they will decide violent revolt is the way to go.

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    It seems like the leadership of the Left in the country is getting dumber while the masses of the Right are, if not getting smarter getting more perceptive and cunning.
     
    I think that might be true. The behavior of the Republican electorate in the South is interesting. They voted for Trump despite him being a yankee, a new-yorker, and probably socially more liberal than they would have liked, because he was offering them something tangible - much more tangible than what the GOP typically offers them. And they're not falling for the Democrats squid-ink about character in the Alabama senate race. They seem to understand that politics is, fundmentally, about power. And you don't get power on your side by voting out a guy on principal when it only benefits your opponents.
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  • @AndrewR
    While there is a difference between Weinstein-type predation and Franken-type perversion, one would have to be unreasonably paranoid to believe that all these females are lying about Franken grabbing their asses. The virtue-signalling against Franken is ridiculous, but let's not just pretend this is boys-will-be-boys type stuff.

    The same is true of Roy Moore. Only the most paranoid tinfoil hat types could think that all these females are lying about Moore. It's not like we all didn't already know Moore was a total scumbag. This is just icing on the cake.

    And if this witch hunt against sexual degeneracy leads to Trump's removal from office, even better. The Jerusalem thing was the last straw. Trump needs to be removed from power immediately.

    Only AndrewR could believe that there’s no coincidence between these women accusing someone as well known as Moore 30 days before a general election.

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    Only Jack Hanson stalks me this much.
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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Anon
    OT: Rumor has it that Rahm Emanuel and Luis Gutierrez have decided to switch jobs, and that's why Gutierrez is resigning from Congress. Everything I've read about Rahm indicates the job of mayor is driving him crazy, and he wants out. Supposedly Emanuel is fed up with vested Chicago interests, Chicago minorities, and the inability to get a budget under control or make any improvements anywhere, and he wants to go back to being a guy who was a Democratic Party bigwig while in Congress. He may be looking at a presidential run himself in 2020, but wants to get back in the national spotlight and raise his visibility, first.

    “[Rahm] may be looking at a presidential run himself in 2020, but wants to get back in the national spotlight and raise his visibility, first.”

    God, I hope so. Talk about overplaying your hand – the guy chose to serve in a support role with the IDF during the Gulf War…a foreign army. If you think Russian conspiracies are bad now, imagine the reaction to this guy running. Some patriot in the Deep State almost certainly will leak something on him during the campaign.

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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Buffalo Joe
    Anon, I really don't know what women believe. Bill was a good husband. Romney kept women in binders. 10% have a rape fantasy.

    Worse. The true figure is much higher.

    “From 1973 through 2008, nine surveys of women’s rape fantasies have been published. They show that about four in 10 women admit having them (31 to 57 percent) with a median frequency of about once a month. Actual prevalence of rape fantasies is probably higher because women may not feel comfortable admitting them.”

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/all-about-sex/201001/womens-rape-fantasies-how-common-what-do-they-mean

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  • @Rod1963
    Kamala Harris is indeed the anointed one. A vile, socially promoted SJW and race warrior all wrapped into to one ugly package. IMS she basically slept her way into power.

    I expect her to go full SJW when she runs since her base is primarily white females and ethnics.

    I hope they do run an emotional black women.

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  • @J.Ross
    OT
    Mary Sue Times Infinity: leaked Star Wars spoilers describe a background cosmology in which women are inherently superior to men, whose bitter jealously causes all the problems in the ... everything. Because this is a JJ Abrams joint, absolutely no thought was given to what that means in a fantasy universe densely diversified with non-human life forms.
    tldr The Dark Side of the Force is literally vagina envy.

    This very ancient tree was the first life form in the Star Wars galaxy, it was called the Mother Tree. The Tree gave birth to 2 humanoid creatures, a brother and sister. The sister was given the power to create life and she would think it up and release it into the sky where the "life force" would spread to other planets. *Brother was created to be her servant,* but he was jealous and one day fought her in order to make her submit to him. He killed her, but he was wounded in the battle, the Tree herself was also dying (as brother stole her life force to make himself eternal), but the Tree made a last prophecy that the sister would be reincarnated and *make brother submit to her* yet again in the future. Brother over eons eventually made technology to leave the planet on his own, and over the centuries he hid in the shadows.
     

    It also is explained that the reincarnation MUST be a woman, since the pureness of the light side is feminine. Although males and females can tap into either the dark or light side, the pure dark side is always males, and the pure light side is always females. In the Last Jedi, Luke confers to Rey that he always thought that he would be the prophecised one, just as his father Anakin also thought the same of himself. But Luke then realizes the *true savior of the galaxy must be a woman.*
     

    And yes, the above plot point was an idea of Kathleen Kennedy, she along with the other female assistants and co-producers made this a requirement for this and the last film in this trilogy.
     
    So yeah, actually this is relevant to the original topic. These people are fully unhinged.

    Star Wars reached its peak with The Empire Strikes Back. It’s now worse than Fast and Furious MCMVII.

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  • CJ says:

    Star Wars reached its peak with The Empire Strikes Back.

    True. That was an excellent sequel to a surprise megahit, done by pros who struck while the iron was still hot. It’s been downhill ever since.

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  • @Charles Pewitt
    Blue collar whites are already strongly Republican.


    Whites Without College Degrees(WWCDs) are conditionally part of Trump's winning coalition. WWCDs are in no way "strongly Republican." WWCDs have been abandoned by the Democrat Party.

    Trump was able to win the votes of WWCDs in Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Florida because Hillary Clinton as a choice was so horrible and Trump ran on an America First platform that called for immigration restrictionism, the killing of sovereignty-sapping trade deal scams and a skepticism about overseas military interventionism.

    WWCDs might abandon the GOP and skip the 2018 elections if Trump keeps up this weak, pussy warmed-over conventional GOP crap that features tax cuts for the plutocrats and transnational corporations, Israel First foreign policy and amnesty for illegal alien invaders.

    Roger that. Many of Trump’s voters were motivated by a “hope” that there might be some substance to what he was saying insofar as influencing actual, actionable policies.

    The results have been pretty thin thus far; as you point out we’ve just seen more tax cuts for people and corporations already obscenely flush, and next to nothing accruing to the benefit of the distressed working class or monies being liberated for the reconstitution of our failing infrastructure (due to the usual “but deficits!” hair on fire bullshit from the Republicans; trust me, when the tax cuts result in deficits, they will be coming for the very programs that are the only support of the precariat, namely Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid, and you can expect Our Veterans to take it up the ass for the Plutocrats, too).

    On Israel-centric foreign policy, well you wouldn’t expect Daddy to make his convert daughter snivel, did you? And trace the unconvincing flailing about on the real immigration issues – not just the mostly symbolic, red meat “Muslim Ban” – but the largely still uncontrolled torrent of illegals from the south who will continue to tax our infrastructure and social services, drive blue collar U.S. citizens from employment, and crap out more and more anchor babies by their thousands to irrevocably alter the demographic balance of the nation to another way of servicing the Plutocrats, and don’t forget the Big Jews who hate our white guts with a passion (and recall the no-sniveling agenda of Daddy toward his Little Girl, traduced by the Christ killers, who is now hand in glove with the Big Jews).

    So, no, if a significant number of the people who took a flyer hoping Trump would actually follow through on his populist rhetoric are de-motivated, while The Resistance and the Never Trumpers of the Republicuck party, who are motivated by visceral hatred and fear for their continued dominance, are still charged up and vote, then it all falls down in a heap.

    I am not encouraged by what I have seen. Brace yourselves for what may be in the offing.

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    Roger that. Many of Trump’s voters were motivated by a “hope” that there might be some substance to what he was saying insofar as influencing actual, actionable policies.

    On Israel-centric foreign policy, well you wouldn’t expect Daddy to make his convert daughter snivel, did you? And trace the unconvincing flailing about on the real immigration issues – not just the mostly symbolic, red meat “Muslim Ban” – but the largely still uncontrolled torrent of illegals from the south who will continue to tax our infrastructure and social services, drive blue collar U.S. citizens from employment, and crap out more and more anchor babies by their thousands to irrevocably alter the demographic balance of the nation to another way of servicing the Plutocrats, and don’t forget the Big Jews who hate our white guts with a passion (and recall the no-sniveling agenda of Daddy toward his Little Girl, traduced by the Christ killers, who is now hand in glove with the Big Jews).


    President Trump follows Ann Coulter on Twitter and she seems to be hopping mad about Trump's disappointing performance so far, maybe if Trump gets in trouble he'll start listening to Coulter to get back in good graces with his voter base. Who knows?
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  • @Buffalo Joe
    Anon, I really don't know what women believe. Bill was a good husband. Romney kept women in binders. 10% have a rape fantasy.

    There is a new version of the book What Women Want coming out. It is over900 pages long, and all of them are blank.

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  • Redman says:
    @The Z Blog
    This is a point I've been making for a while now. When I was at AmRen over the summer, the thing that jumped out was the number of bright young white guys. It was very young, compared to the past. At Mencken, I had a similar experience. Lots of young white male academics in the room. They figured out how to avoid the Eye of Sauron, but instead of embracing the washed out politics of Conservative Inc, they were reading hate thinkers and following the dissident right.

    It's not just that they are being systematically excluded from the domains of the Left. Dissident politics is where the action is now. There's a thrill to the secrecy, the taboo breaking and so on. Our side grows stronger because it is becoming a collection point for disaffected white males.

    You have to admit, it helps that the MSM has turned a corner of total biased coverage at every level. The NYT and Wapo, et al. have gone full Pravda on spitting out propaganda to take down Trump and the alt-right by any means necessary.

    Any semi-sentient white male has to be able to read those tea leaves. My fear (and general observation) is that the younger males appear to becoming more neutered by the day. Will they try to fit in with the new normal, or will they fight it like prior campaigns of feminization (e.g. prohibition)? I’m optimistic that nature will assert itself and the latter course will be taken.

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  • nebulafox says:
    @J.Ross
    It must be tough for an Israeli to encounter Americans who won't reflexively obey him.

    Irony alert: there’s a segment on the Nixon tapes where he and Kissinger completely blast the Democrats for advocating the “Jerusalem as capital” position, back in the aftermath of the 1967 War. So, less than 50 years ago, the two parties were completely reversed on this issue, contrary to Conservatism Inc’s claims. Eternal principles, indeed. You can’t make this stuff up.

    AIPAC and the proto-neocons never forgave George Bush I for what he tried to do in Madrid… which probably led his son to make conclusions that would forever damage the United States.

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    I wonder if they'll actually do it, since it's so useful as a threat or symbol and so expensive, impractical and dangerous as a reality. And they gave themselves three years.
    Israel seems to be captured in a kind of haze of pure scam. Scams built upon scams. One day we'll have peace -- meanwhile, unpeace is our pretext to steal land. One day we'll have some sort of legitimate-sounding status for Palestinians, meanwhile they're cheap labor and experiment fodder. One day we'll have Jerusalem as a capital, meanwhile days of negotiation are eaten up fantasizing what people would do with the unattainable city-waifu.
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  • Redman says:
    @AndrewR
    While there is a difference between Weinstein-type predation and Franken-type perversion, one would have to be unreasonably paranoid to believe that all these females are lying about Franken grabbing their asses. The virtue-signalling against Franken is ridiculous, but let's not just pretend this is boys-will-be-boys type stuff.

    The same is true of Roy Moore. Only the most paranoid tinfoil hat types could think that all these females are lying about Moore. It's not like we all didn't already know Moore was a total scumbag. This is just icing on the cake.

    And if this witch hunt against sexual degeneracy leads to Trump's removal from office, even better. The Jerusalem thing was the last straw. Trump needs to be removed from power immediately.

    Not happy about the Israel thing, but not surprised either. Trump has zero support from any power faction. He’s always had a bit of a soft spot for Israel, so he figured he’d play that card to get the Jewish lobby on his side. He’s got nothing to lose.

    As for your assumption (where there’s smoke there’s fire), I don’t know what to believe right now. As a lawyer, I think you need due process and the ability to vet the evidence. I thought Franken should have stuck it out, and I’m glad Moore has done so. False claims are made aplenty in the litigious USA. It’s all about getting people to believe your bullshit, and cashing out.

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  • Hibernian says:
    @don
    Why do you have to use these words like "Cis....". Why validate this extreme leftist nonsense?

    I think it’s clear that on this site it’s mainly used in mockery.

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  • Hibernian says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Poddy knows that the GOP is now Great Lakes German
     
    Poddy's mom grew up in the German-and-Irish capital city of a Great Lakes state, where Charles M Schulz was her neighbor and F Scott Fitzgerald was the local boy who made it big. I'm sure she's always been an available font of intelligence about Midwestern Germans, Celts, and WASPs, if he cared to listen.

    Also, she wrote a book called "Liberal Parents, Radical Children". Sums up the late 20th century perfectly.

    The nickname "Poddy" was first applied to his father, by some perv objecting to his disapproval of buggery. In this particular kerfuffle, it was Norm who embraced normality, not his WASP opponent.

    “In this particular kerfuffle, it was Norm who embraced normality, not his WASP opponent.” Gore Vidal?

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    Gore Vidal?
     
    The Gore who gored cantaloupes, according to Wm F Buckley, Jr.
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  • @AnotherDad

    Franken is Jewish and he’s been kicked out.
     
    Folks, I understand--everyone understands--that Franken is Jewish. Kicking out an individual--especially a clown like Franken--to appease the reigning zeitgeist is perfectly ok.

    The point of my comment is that I don't think the heterosexual white Jewish guys are going to let themselves be purged for their white heterosexual maleness.

    The Democrat party is the state party. It represents the interests of the state, and the allied bureaucrat and rent-seeking interests--the Wall Street-Washington axis of evil. (Such factions--"the court party"--have existed since we had the Neolithic and quickly developed a parasitic class to feast on the labor of farmers--who were no longer mobile like hunter gatherers and thus could be exploited.)

    But in ethnic character, the Democrat party is--to first order--a Jewish party. Jewish guys provide both the money and the intellectual--ideological and policy--leadership. Does anybody think Ta-Neishi is capable of coming up with anything? Or the Congressional Black Caucus is going to come up with any sort of coherent policies? Uh-no.

    I just don't think these smart Jewish guys are going to give up this vehicle that serves their interests to a bunch of pussy hats and low-IQ whiners. Those folks are shock troops in political warfare. They are not--of their own accord--a suitably strong and well-funded faction, much less one capable of governing. In a real slugging match with the Jewish guys, they'd get their ass handed to them in a heartbeat.

    I agree that the NAMs, dykes, and queers need the financial and administrative resources of the Jews to have even a moderately functional Democratic Party.

    But do the NAMs, dykes, and queers understand that?

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    No.
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  • Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @TheBoom
    The Democrats don't need cis-het white men to run things well because their voters don't require well run governmental institutions - just look at black run cities that keep electing the same incompetents over and over. Blacks, Hispanics and single white women just want the government to be a sugar daddy and the borders to be wide open. The elite wants to virtue signal while getting cheap labor and supplicants. To make matters worse, the left is a religious cult that views politics as a zero sum game with white cis-het men needing to lose for them to win.

    Blacks tend to stay where they are, but the Hispanics pick up and move. Anyone noticed who’s been crossing the Rio Grande northwards en masse since the 1980s?

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    Don't underestimate the mobility of blacks. Many Haitians come across the southern border, blacks flood into Europe, blacks are moving from North to southern states and blacks are being moved from prime urban areas to white suburbs so they won't inconvenience the virtuous elite while turning suburbs blue.
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  • Karl says:

    Redpill Premise: Weinstein only got into trouble because he grabbed more pussies than he was able to give jobs to.

    But he gave away many many jobs, which is why it took so long for him to get attacked for it.

    The rest of the guys were “me too!” wannabe’s who never had much to trade to any girl to begin with, so when the accusations started….. they were immediately toast.

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  • Flip says:
    @Anon
    OT: Rumor has it that Rahm Emanuel and Luis Gutierrez have decided to switch jobs, and that's why Gutierrez is resigning from Congress. Everything I've read about Rahm indicates the job of mayor is driving him crazy, and he wants out. Supposedly Emanuel is fed up with vested Chicago interests, Chicago minorities, and the inability to get a budget under control or make any improvements anywhere, and he wants to go back to being a guy who was a Democratic Party bigwig while in Congress. He may be looking at a presidential run himself in 2020, but wants to get back in the national spotlight and raise his visibility, first.

    Gutierrez as mayor? I hope not.

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  • Syagrius says:
    @Zach
    Steve mentioned the Congressional Black Caucus. Any good rumors about them? You can certainly envision a situation where white female congresswomen champion an accuser who threatens a black congressman. It’s going to happen and Maxine Waters will have a dilemma.

    It’ll be more than a dilemma. Her decision algorithm will melt down, like a dog presented with equidistant bowls of food in a controlled experiment.

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  • J.Ross says: • Website
    @nebulafox
    Irony alert: there's a segment on the Nixon tapes where he and Kissinger completely blast the Democrats for advocating the "Jerusalem as capital" position, back in the aftermath of the 1967 War. So, less than 50 years ago, the two parties were completely reversed on this issue, contrary to Conservatism Inc's claims. Eternal principles, indeed. You can't make this stuff up.

    AIPAC and the proto-neocons never forgave George Bush I for what he tried to do in Madrid... which probably led his son to make conclusions that would forever damage the United States.

    I wonder if they’ll actually do it, since it’s so useful as a threat or symbol and so expensive, impractical and dangerous as a reality. And they gave themselves three years.
    Israel seems to be captured in a kind of haze of pure scam. Scams built upon scams. One day we’ll have peace — meanwhile, unpeace is our pretext to steal land. One day we’ll have some sort of legitimate-sounding status for Palestinians, meanwhile they’re cheap labor and experiment fodder. One day we’ll have Jerusalem as a capital, meanwhile days of negotiation are eaten up fantasizing what people would do with the unattainable city-waifu.

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  • Hunsdon says:
    @AndrewR
    While there is a difference between Weinstein-type predation and Franken-type perversion, one would have to be unreasonably paranoid to believe that all these females are lying about Franken grabbing their asses. The virtue-signalling against Franken is ridiculous, but let's not just pretend this is boys-will-be-boys type stuff.

    The same is true of Roy Moore. Only the most paranoid tinfoil hat types could think that all these females are lying about Moore. It's not like we all didn't already know Moore was a total scumbag. This is just icing on the cake.

    And if this witch hunt against sexual degeneracy leads to Trump's removal from office, even better. The Jerusalem thing was the last straw. Trump needs to be removed from power immediately.

    It’s almost like the Senate voted (albeit in a nonbinding resolution) 90-0 that Jerusalem was the capital of Israel back in June or something. Almost like that!

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    There has been a law on the books (not just a resolution but a legally binding act of congress) since 1995 requiring the embassy to be moved to Jerusalem UNLESS the President signed a waiver every six months. All Trump did was not sign the waiver this time.

    Steve writes columns on how Trump is not as anti-Semitic as the leftist press portrays him to be. AndrewR WISHES that the President would be as anti-Semitic as the press portrays him to be.

    Trump does this kind of stuff because he knows that his base loves it when he does the opposite of what the conventional Washington Permanent Government wisdom tells he to do. If the "smart" people were telling him to move the embassy, he would NOT move it just to piss them off.

    Trump is also common sensical - it's obvious that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. That's where their parliament sits, where the head of state lives, etc. Only an "intellectual" could twist himself into the pretzel logic required to say that Jerusalem is not the capital even though it really is. "Diplomacy" is the art of NOT stating the obvious. Trump is more interested in reality than diplomacy.
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  • Daniel H says:
    @Rod1963
    Kamala Harris is indeed the anointed one. A vile, socially promoted SJW and race warrior all wrapped into to one ugly package. IMS she basically slept her way into power.

    I expect her to go full SJW when she runs since her base is primarily white females and ethnics.

    >>I expect her to go full SJW when she runs since her base is primarily white females and ethnics.

    Yeah, but she beat out Loretta Sanchez, whom Mexican-Americans expected to be the anointed one. Lots of swing states with substantial Mexican populations (Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, even North Carolina, Georgia and Virginia) who are and will be pretty sore that Harris has the seat that they wanted for one of their own. To win in 2020, any Democrat needs every last Mexican vote he/she can get their hand on.

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    To win in 2020, any Democrat needs every last Mexican vote he/she can get their hand on.
     
    Yeah, the Mexican vote is critical to winning OH, PA, WI, and MI.
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  • Thirdeye says:
    @jon

    My wonder is if you will have gay men jealous of all the attention the Hollywood women are getting coming forward with their own accusations of abuse.
     
    So far, they seem to be keeping a lid on the gay and pedo sides of this. Just Spacey getting the boot and Corey naming a few people we already knew about so far.

    Usual Suspects director Bryan Singer being sued for sexually assaulting a 17 year old male.

    Damn, the director and lead actor for one of my favorite movies of all time.

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    They definitely got the name of the movie right.
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  • @Jack D
    The Democrat strategy is becoming clear (whether it will work is a different matter). The strategy is this: The Democrat Party, in addition to being the Black Party (not enough to win in most places) is also the Womyn's Party. The Republicans are the party of sex abusers like Donald Trump and Roy Moore - they WELCOME abusers in their party. The Democrat Party, dear white womyn, is the clean party. We no longer tolerate abusers, we have cleansed our party of all of our abusers, we are the woman friendly party where you can be comfortable casting your vote. The Pussy Hat March seemed like it was a petulant fizzle that led to nothing but they are going to try to reactivate that energy for the next election.

    What is the correct Republican counter to this, aside from cucking out and casting out Roy Moore as a Me Too move?

    This is Tarana Burke, Senior Director of Programs of Soros sponsored Girls for Gender Equity, and the original founder of hashtag “#MeToo”:

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    bored identity will dare to notice how “# You Wish” would be more appropriate…

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    She wishes she were Me too.
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  • Mr. Anon says:
    @Citizen of a Silly Country
    The real question is what does the next generation of Chuck Schumers and Bill Clintons do?

    These are the brains and public talent of the DNC. Will a future Chuck Schumer (or Bill Clinton) be happy knowing that he'll never be the Senate (presidential) candidate because he's a white male? Will he be happy and willing to be the always behind-the-scenes organizer surrounded by black and brown idiots?

    I mean it would have to get very old, very quickly cleaning up the messes of politicians that you don't respect, all the while spending your days in a small office with the politician's "crew" from the 'hood or barrio.

    It's one thing to be the wealthy donors pulling the strings from afar; it's another to be the on-the-ground managers of the politicians.

    If the Dems lose the next generation of Schumers and Bill Clintons, they're in a world of hurt. Even the last generation of true behind-the-scene guys like Carville and Begala dealt with overwhelmingly white, male staffs, which, I'm sure, made their job much more enjoyable. Imagine those guys having to deal with black, brown and lesbian nitwits day in and day out. It'd be a nightmare. I'd suspect that they got a taste of what it'll be like with Hillary's campaign.

    That all being said, there is a certain quality to quantity. The demographics are all in the Dems favor, so even if they job isn't as good as it used to be, future Schumers and Bill Clintons will still want to be on the winning side.

    It'll be interesting to watch.

    Perhaps white men will retreat to the layer behind the politicians – the party functionaries, strategists, campaign mercenaries, etc. American politics might just get more kabuki-like. This is, to some extent, already the case.

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  • Mr. Anon says:
    @Jack Hanson
    It seems like the leadership of the Left in the country is getting dumber while the masses of the Right are, if not getting smarter getting more perceptive and cunning. Cucks like Ben Sasse might still get elected, but Jeff Flakes are an exercise in virtue signaling that people on the front lines of the culture war want no part of any more.

    2014 and what was verboten around here is now being openly talked about by 'normies'.

    I think the next presidential election cycle is going to break the Left mentally and they will decide violent revolt is the way to go.

    It seems like the leadership of the Left in the country is getting dumber while the masses of the Right are, if not getting smarter getting more perceptive and cunning.

    I think that might be true. The behavior of the Republican electorate in the South is interesting. They voted for Trump despite him being a yankee, a new-yorker, and probably socially more liberal than they would have liked, because he was offering them something tangible – much more tangible than what the GOP typically offers them. And they’re not falling for the Democrats squid-ink about character in the Alabama senate race. They seem to understand that politics is, fundmentally, about power. And you don’t get power on your side by voting out a guy on principal when it only benefits your opponents.

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  • utu says:
    @Polish Perspective
    I believe it was Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents who said that in the West, you essentially get two choices. Either you vote for a rabidly anti-white (and by extention, anti-Western) left, mostly made-up of self-hating whites and the non-white freeriders who exploit that sentiment or you vote for a much less (socially/culturally) crazy right, which nevertheless never has the balls to truly challenge the left's hegemony and ultimately ends up accepting all the premises of their opponents - only 20 years later - and in exchange you get plutocracy, massive tax cuts to corporations, worse working conditions for the working classes, less security etc.

    You never really get social conservatism and economic socialism(with a small 's' of course). I think part of the reason why the major Western and/or EU media and politicians are going so crazy sperging out against Poland is precisely because this is what we've done. PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative. That is a very potent combination which is popular with wide swathes of the public. In essence, they are populists in the best sense of the word.

    This is also to some extent what I believe the so-called 'Sailer Strategy' was about. Embracing white identity is a form of rebellion against multiculturalism (which has an implicit assumption that white identity must be stayed in order for others to flourish. The majority must be silenced/passified). Sailer also advocated more smart policies to aid the white working-class base of the GOP, which would challenge the neoliberal dogma which the GOP donor class wants.

    Of course the GOP are far too stupid to ever adopt it. Trump probably only flirted with it thanks to his thirst to power and desperation to get elected at any price. Plus, one has to concede that he does seem to be genuinely a quasi-nationalist of some form. Especially wrt trade, big mega-agreements on climate change as well as the recent "global compact on migration" which few have heard about, which was pushed through in the UN under the Obama admin's nose with no complaints, and if anything enthusiastic cheer. Nevertheless, Trump is more useful to Israel's foreign policy objectives, as we've seen with the recent embassy move or the pointless threats vs Iran. The major tax cut bill won't be what white America needs, but it is what the GOP's donor base wants.

    Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism. When you challenge one of the two, you're in trouble. When you challenge both, you become public enemy #1.

    that in the West, you essentially get two choices

    The ones who created this alternative are really form the sam team.

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  • Mr. Anon says:
    @TheBoom
    The Democrats don't need cis-het white men to run things well because their voters don't require well run governmental institutions - just look at black run cities that keep electing the same incompetents over and over. Blacks, Hispanics and single white women just want the government to be a sugar daddy and the borders to be wide open. The elite wants to virtue signal while getting cheap labor and supplicants. To make matters worse, the left is a religious cult that views politics as a zero sum game with white cis-het men needing to lose for them to win.

    The Democrats don’t need cis-het white men to run things well because their voters don’t require well run governmental institutions

    However, they probably still like food, electricity, running water, and airplanes that mostly don’t crash.

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    The Democrats don’t need cis-het white men to run things well because their voters don’t require well run governmental institutions

    See what happens if downscale Dem voters' food stamp debit cards don't get reloaded on schedule.
    , @TheBoom
    True. In the long run leftist ideology doesn't work out but given that they are a cult made up of profiteers and moochers, they will feast as long as they can. It always ends up bad but is always going to be better next time. Most American whites have learned the lessons of leftist ideology in practice and that is why the elite has imported a new batch.
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    @Polish Perspective
    I believe it was Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents who said that in the West, you essentially get two choices. Either you vote for a rabidly anti-white (and by extention, anti-Western) left, mostly made-up of self-hating whites and the non-white freeriders who exploit that sentiment or you vote for a much less (socially/culturally) crazy right, which nevertheless never has the balls to truly challenge the left's hegemony and ultimately ends up accepting all the premises of their opponents - only 20 years later - and in exchange you get plutocracy, massive tax cuts to corporations, worse working conditions for the working classes, less security etc.

    You never really get social conservatism and economic socialism(with a small 's' of course). I think part of the reason why the major Western and/or EU media and politicians are going so crazy sperging out against Poland is precisely because this is what we've done. PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative. That is a very potent combination which is popular with wide swathes of the public. In essence, they are populists in the best sense of the word.

    This is also to some extent what I believe the so-called 'Sailer Strategy' was about. Embracing white identity is a form of rebellion against multiculturalism (which has an implicit assumption that white identity must be stayed in order for others to flourish. The majority must be silenced/passified). Sailer also advocated more smart policies to aid the white working-class base of the GOP, which would challenge the neoliberal dogma which the GOP donor class wants.

    Of course the GOP are far too stupid to ever adopt it. Trump probably only flirted with it thanks to his thirst to power and desperation to get elected at any price. Plus, one has to concede that he does seem to be genuinely a quasi-nationalist of some form. Especially wrt trade, big mega-agreements on climate change as well as the recent "global compact on migration" which few have heard about, which was pushed through in the UN under the Obama admin's nose with no complaints, and if anything enthusiastic cheer. Nevertheless, Trump is more useful to Israel's foreign policy objectives, as we've seen with the recent embassy move or the pointless threats vs Iran. The major tax cut bill won't be what white America needs, but it is what the GOP's donor base wants.

    Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism. When you challenge one of the two, you're in trouble. When you challenge both, you become public enemy #1.

    You never really get social conservatism and economic socialism(with a small ‘s’ of course).

    The American left in the first half of the Twentieth Century was socially conservative. That social conservatism was held over from the populist movement and reflected the values of the urban ethnics who formed the base of the labor movement. That association lasted until the remnants of the New Deal coalition got shredded during the late 1960s.

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    @Polish Perspective
    I believe it was Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents who said that in the West, you essentially get two choices. Either you vote for a rabidly anti-white (and by extention, anti-Western) left, mostly made-up of self-hating whites and the non-white freeriders who exploit that sentiment or you vote for a much less (socially/culturally) crazy right, which nevertheless never has the balls to truly challenge the left's hegemony and ultimately ends up accepting all the premises of their opponents - only 20 years later - and in exchange you get plutocracy, massive tax cuts to corporations, worse working conditions for the working classes, less security etc.

    You never really get social conservatism and economic socialism(with a small 's' of course). I think part of the reason why the major Western and/or EU media and politicians are going so crazy sperging out against Poland is precisely because this is what we've done. PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative. That is a very potent combination which is popular with wide swathes of the public. In essence, they are populists in the best sense of the word.

    This is also to some extent what I believe the so-called 'Sailer Strategy' was about. Embracing white identity is a form of rebellion against multiculturalism (which has an implicit assumption that white identity must be stayed in order for others to flourish. The majority must be silenced/passified). Sailer also advocated more smart policies to aid the white working-class base of the GOP, which would challenge the neoliberal dogma which the GOP donor class wants.

    Of course the GOP are far too stupid to ever adopt it. Trump probably only flirted with it thanks to his thirst to power and desperation to get elected at any price. Plus, one has to concede that he does seem to be genuinely a quasi-nationalist of some form. Especially wrt trade, big mega-agreements on climate change as well as the recent "global compact on migration" which few have heard about, which was pushed through in the UN under the Obama admin's nose with no complaints, and if anything enthusiastic cheer. Nevertheless, Trump is more useful to Israel's foreign policy objectives, as we've seen with the recent embassy move or the pointless threats vs Iran. The major tax cut bill won't be what white America needs, but it is what the GOP's donor base wants.

    Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism. When you challenge one of the two, you're in trouble. When you challenge both, you become public enemy #1.

    PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative.

    They say that the new PM of Poland who was just selected is banksters’ man. It is possible that PiS gave up just as they did in 2007 though this time w/o election. Looks like Polish experiment did not last even 2 years. You guys are pretty well infiltrated. Haven’t had your own government since 1939.

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    That bankster's man was responsible for the pro-Polish social policy of the PiS.
    His bank did not fire anyone during the last financial crisis.
    Instead they cut cost by halving the salaries of the leadership of the bank.
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    Steve, you might find this interesting.

    Why did Turkey Issue an Arrest Warrant Against Me?

    December 7, 2017
    by Graham E. Fuller • Blog • Tags: attemptedTurkish coup, Erdogan, Graham Fuller, Gulen, US •

    Why did Turkey Issue an Arrest Warrant Against Me?

    Graham E. Fuller (grahamefuller.com)

    7 December 2017

    On 1 December 2017 the government of Turkey issued an arrest warrant against me, accusing me of personal involvement, right on the scene in Istanbul on the night of 16 July 2016, helping direct the failed coup attempt against the Erdogan government. [See BBC account http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-42198399 ] According to earlier Turkish press accounts I was “spotted in Istanbul” and later that same night, following the failure of the coup attempt, was allegedly “exfiltrated by helicopter by the CIA by across the border into Greece.”

    In addition I have often been accused in the Turkish press of being “Fethullah Gülen’s CIA handler.” The religious leader Gülen, in exile in the US, is the arch-enemy of Turkey and of Turkish President Erdogan himself for over five years.

    Unfortunately for the Turkish government, there a few inconvenient facts that damage their absurd “case” against me.

    -I retired from CIA exactly 30 years ago.

    -I have not set foot in Turkey in the last five years.

    -I served only once in Turkey. My very first tour of duty abroad was as the most junior officer in the CIA Base in Istanbul in the mid 1960s—although the Turkish press likes to promote me to having been “CIA Station Chief in Ankara.” Some accounts have even called me a “former chief of CIA.” Furthermore, I was hardly under any kind of “deep cover” in Istanbul; the Turkish intelligence service MIT knew precisely who I was because I was in direct official liaison with MIT, among several other American officers, mainly to discuss issues relating to the Soviet Bloc.

    -My tour in Istanbul was up in 1967 and I never returned to Turkey as a CIA officer again after that tour. I was thereafter many years in the Arab world, Afghanistan and Hong Kong. Nor did my many CIA responsibilities in later years bring me into contact with Turkish affairs.

    -I never heard the name Fethullah Gülen the entire time while I was working in Turkey in the 1960s. I met Gülen exactly once in my life, long years after retiring from CIA, in an interview I conducted with him 15 years ago in Istanbul, while doing research on contemporary Islamist movements. I have never seen Gülen since, and have never met him in the US, although I have followed his movement with interest. I also defended him in a well-known personal letter as a private citizen to the FBI, well after leaving CIA, to argue that of all Islamist movements I had encountered, he would least likely represent a security threat in the US. Indeed almost no one in Washington has believed he is a security threat or a “terrorist.”

    -On the night of the coup attempt in Turkey last year I happened to have been addressing a group of 100 people or so right here in the town in western Canada where I have been living for the past 15 years.

    -I have written a good bit about Gülen’s movement HIzmet (Service) in the context of a broader study on movements in political Islam from Indonesia to Morocco for my book “The Future of Political Islam.” I was impressed then, and am still impressed now, that HIzmet represents one of the most progressive, modern and tolerant visions of Islam and its contemporary social role anywhere in the Muslim world. That apparently now makes me an enemy of Erdogan’s AK party, which, after many years of close association with Gülen, decided to brand him an enemy and a “terrorist.” I know in the rough game of Turkish politics Erdogan and Gülen eventually became rivals and Hizmet members in the police helped uncover corruption in Erdogan’s circle.

    Ironically, far from being hostile to Erdogan, in my last book: “Turkey and the Arab Spring: Leadership in the Middle East” I spoke in very positive terms about the dramatic changes that Erdogan and his party introduced into Turkey in nearly every sphere of life starting in 2002, including his bold, innovative and expansive new foreign policy vision. That book discusses over several chapters both the AKP (Erdogan’s party) role in Islamic policies in Turkey, as well as Gülen’s vision. Only in the final chapter did I begin to express misgivings about the apparent onset of Erdogan’s sudden more erratic behavior, his dogged persecution of perceived enemies, his paranoia, his loss of political touch and his megalomania.

    Accusing a former CIA officer, even 30 years later after his retirement, makes for good material in the Turkish press. Many Turks (and other foreigners) are willing to believe almost any story about CIA; political leaders routinely use the CIA as a villain and a bogey man to bolster their own positions.

    Unfortunately, these suspicions about the US are not always without foundation. US government policies have much to answer for over the years in their many directives to the CIA to engage in damaging and foolish political intervention and even coup-making in a great many countries around the world. Many of those “regime change” aspirations still exist in Washington today.

    That said, I doubt very much the CIA had anything to do with this particular pathetic, ill-conceived and amateurish coup attempt—that unfortunately cost over 250 Turkish lives—against Erdogan in July 2016. I doubt even more that Gülen was himself involved in “ordering” a coup, a view shared by many European intelligence organizations and widely within the US government. (In a movement of over two million people like Hizmet, it is not inconceivable that a handful of pro-Gülen officers could have been part of the amateurish coup plot, but there are thousands of Turkish army officers who have always loathed Erdogan for his Islamist tendencies and would willingly have supported the coup.) For what it’s worth, Gülen condemned the coup attempt in the strongest terms. Furthermore, hIs movement has had zero involvement in any political violence prior to the so-called coup attempt charge. Indeed, Gülen has always denounced violence in Islam from any quarter.

    I personally am only marginally swept up among many Turks in the ongoing wave of arrests, persecutions and cashiering of tens of thousands of Turks—journalists, judges, academics, military officers, teachers, politicians, police officers—all perceived as enemies of Erdogan’s state. Most of them have suffered grievously. I, at least, am lucky not to be living in Turkey now, a country, culture and language I have been fascinated by since my early university years. Three of the many books I have written are about Turkey.

    Not content with absurd accusations of coup plotting by myself and a few Americans, the Erdogan government has also stoked the fires with “fake facts” and crude propaganda fabrications about my own views and writings. On a recent Turkish website (in Turkish) appears the following:

    Take a look at what Former Director of the CIA (sic) Graham Fuller said in his book A WorldWithout Islam:

    The only obstacle blocking US domination of the world are the Sunni Muslims. The US works jointly with the Wahhabis, and utilizes the Shi’ites. But the destruction of Sunni power is (only) possible with the destruction of Turkey, the fortress of Sunni Islam.

    That’s what the man has said, totally openly. So what else might he do?

    Please share this information with others so that everyone will be aware of it.

    Anybody who knows my writings in the many different books I have written over the years will realize what a total fabrication such a statement is, completely contrary to the spirit of everything I have ever written.

    I am well aware that I am only a small player in this game. Erdogan’s real target is the top levels of the US government. It wishes to force Washington to desist from prosecuting the damaging court case against Erdogan’s close lieutenants and family in the Zarrab case about corruption and high level illegal dealings with Iran. The Turkish government is also firing a shot across the bow of the US government with its now thinly veiled threat that the CIA was behind the failed coup attempt.

    Sadly, all this only provides further evidence of the extent to which Erdogan has become a nasty (but elected) authoritarian engaged in a national witch hunt that has intimidated his country, alienated virtually all foreign leaders, produced tens of thousands of domestic victims of arrests, and cashiering from jobs in all walks of life among any whom Erdogan perceives as enemies.

    Ironically, if Erdogan had resigned in 2011 after ten years in office he likely would go down in Turkish history as the country’s greatest prime minister for all his accomplishments. But extending his term, he now besmirches his own name and squanders his historical record by abandoning in his last few years nearly all his original policies he had earlier promulgated. His growing imperious behavior, his isolation among a handful of yes-men courtiers. and the polarization of the country is likely to cost him dearly in the next elections in 2019—assuming they will be honest.
     

    All the groups in the left hate each other. They can’t help but eventually turn on the Jews when they no longer need them.

    Except that they are all entirely dependent on the (largely Jewish) billionaire class for their funding. They are not going to bite the hand that feeds them. They might be delusional in many ways but they know which side their bread is buttered.

    And it’s not these loony left groups who are using the billionaire class. It’s the billionaire class who are using them. It’s the billionaires who decide who gets kicked to the kerb.

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  • @PV van der Byl
    I agree that the NAMs, dykes, and queers need the financial and administrative resources of the Jews to have even a moderately functional Democratic Party.

    But do the NAMs, dykes, and queers understand that?

    No.

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    @jon

    My wonder is if you will have gay men jealous of all the attention the Hollywood women are getting coming forward with their own accusations of abuse.
     
    So far, they seem to be keeping a lid on the gay and pedo sides of this. Just Spacey getting the boot and Corey naming a few people we already knew about so far.

    Dark storm clouds are gathering over Bryan Singer’s house.

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  • @Stan Adams
    Good points.

    It has been said that, if the 1976 election had been held on Nov. 9 instead of Nov. 2, Ford would have won. Carter's support was evaporating.

    And, of course, if the hostages had been released on, say, the day before the 1980 election instead of ten minutes after the inauguration, then Carter might very well have been re-elected. (That would have meant that, in the last few years of the old-style Soviet system - led by men like Brezhnev, Andropov, and Chernenko, all of whom were too preoccupied with their failing health to do much about the collapse of the communist system - Carter would have been in office, and the U.S. military likely would have remained totally demoralized.)

    Trump made noises about running in 2000. It's interesting to ponder whether a Bush loss might have led to a real (third-party?) Trump run in 2004.

    Of course, in the real world, '04 was already a big year for Trump. On Thursday, January 8, 2004 - ironically, the day after Bush announced a "guest-worker" amnesty plan - The Apprentice debuted on NBC.

    The importance of The Apprentice in the sequence of events leading up to Trump's rise to the presidency should not be discounted. By '04, Trump had been a household name for at least twenty years, but becoming the host of a top-rated prime-time television show gave him regular exposure and renewed cultural relevance. It put him on the front burner of the pop-culture scene for the first time in a long time.

    I would even say that, without the image boost that came with hosting The Apprentice, Trump likely would not have become president.

    I would even say that, without the image boost that came with hosting The Apprentice, Trump likely would not have become president.

    And for those who think anyone could have done it, the show tanked when Arnold was the boss.

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  • @Anonymous
    Steve, you might find this interesting.

    Why did Turkey Issue an Arrest Warrant Against Me?

    December 7, 2017
    by Graham E. Fuller • Blog • Tags: attemptedTurkish coup, Erdogan, Graham Fuller, Gulen, US •

    Why did Turkey Issue an Arrest Warrant Against Me?

    Graham E. Fuller (grahamefuller.com)

    7 December 2017

    On 1 December 2017 the government of Turkey issued an arrest warrant against me, accusing me of personal involvement, right on the scene in Istanbul on the night of 16 July 2016, helping direct the failed coup attempt against the Erdogan government. [See BBC account http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-42198399 ] According to earlier Turkish press accounts I was “spotted in Istanbul” and later that same night, following the failure of the coup attempt, was allegedly “exfiltrated by helicopter by the CIA by across the border into Greece.”

    In addition I have often been accused in the Turkish press of being “Fethullah Gülen’s CIA handler.” The religious leader Gülen, in exile in the US, is the arch-enemy of Turkey and of Turkish President Erdogan himself for over five years.

    Unfortunately for the Turkish government, there a few inconvenient facts that damage their absurd “case” against me.

    -I retired from CIA exactly 30 years ago.

    -I have not set foot in Turkey in the last five years.

    -I served only once in Turkey. My very first tour of duty abroad was as the most junior officer in the CIA Base in Istanbul in the mid 1960s—although the Turkish press likes to promote me to having been “CIA Station Chief in Ankara.” Some accounts have even called me a “former chief of CIA.” Furthermore, I was hardly under any kind of “deep cover” in Istanbul; the Turkish intelligence service MIT knew precisely who I was because I was in direct official liaison with MIT, among several other American officers, mainly to discuss issues relating to the Soviet Bloc.

    -My tour in Istanbul was up in 1967 and I never returned to Turkey as a CIA officer again after that tour. I was thereafter many years in the Arab world, Afghanistan and Hong Kong. Nor did my many CIA responsibilities in later years bring me into contact with Turkish affairs.

    -I never heard the name Fethullah Gülen the entire time while I was working in Turkey in the 1960s. I met Gülen exactly once in my life, long years after retiring from CIA, in an interview I conducted with him 15 years ago in Istanbul, while doing research on contemporary Islamist movements. I have never seen Gülen since, and have never met him in the US, although I have followed his movement with interest. I also defended him in a well-known personal letter as a private citizen to the FBI, well after leaving CIA, to argue that of all Islamist movements I had encountered, he would least likely represent a security threat in the US. Indeed almost no one in Washington has believed he is a security threat or a “terrorist.”

    -On the night of the coup attempt in Turkey last year I happened to have been addressing a group of 100 people or so right here in the town in western Canada where I have been living for the past 15 years.

    -I have written a good bit about Gülen’s movement HIzmet (Service) in the context of a broader study on movements in political Islam from Indonesia to Morocco for my book “The Future of Political Islam.” I was impressed then, and am still impressed now, that HIzmet represents one of the most progressive, modern and tolerant visions of Islam and its contemporary social role anywhere in the Muslim world. That apparently now makes me an enemy of Erdogan’s AK party, which, after many years of close association with Gülen, decided to brand him an enemy and a “terrorist.” I know in the rough game of Turkish politics Erdogan and Gülen eventually became rivals and Hizmet members in the police helped uncover corruption in Erdogan’s circle.

    Ironically, far from being hostile to Erdogan, in my last book: “Turkey and the Arab Spring: Leadership in the Middle East” I spoke in very positive terms about the dramatic changes that Erdogan and his party introduced into Turkey in nearly every sphere of life starting in 2002, including his bold, innovative and expansive new foreign policy vision. That book discusses over several chapters both the AKP (Erdogan’s party) role in Islamic policies in Turkey, as well as Gülen’s vision. Only in the final chapter did I begin to express misgivings about the apparent onset of Erdogan’s sudden more erratic behavior, his dogged persecution of perceived enemies, his paranoia, his loss of political touch and his megalomania.

    Accusing a former CIA officer, even 30 years later after his retirement, makes for good material in the Turkish press. Many Turks (and other foreigners) are willing to believe almost any story about CIA; political leaders routinely use the CIA as a villain and a bogey man to bolster their own positions.

    Unfortunately, these suspicions about the US are not always without foundation. US government policies have much to answer for over the years in their many directives to the CIA to engage in damaging and foolish political intervention and even coup-making in a great many countries around the world. Many of those “regime change” aspirations still exist in Washington today.

    That said, I doubt very much the CIA had anything to do with this particular pathetic, ill-conceived and amateurish coup attempt—that unfortunately cost over 250 Turkish lives—against Erdogan in July 2016. I doubt even more that Gülen was himself involved in “ordering” a coup, a view shared by many European intelligence organizations and widely within the US government. (In a movement of over two million people like Hizmet, it is not inconceivable that a handful of pro-Gülen officers could have been part of the amateurish coup plot, but there are thousands of Turkish army officers who have always loathed Erdogan for his Islamist tendencies and would willingly have supported the coup.) For what it’s worth, Gülen condemned the coup attempt in the strongest terms. Furthermore, hIs movement has had zero involvement in any political violence prior to the so-called coup attempt charge. Indeed, Gülen has always denounced violence in Islam from any quarter.

    I personally am only marginally swept up among many Turks in the ongoing wave of arrests, persecutions and cashiering of tens of thousands of Turks—journalists, judges, academics, military officers, teachers, politicians, police officers—all perceived as enemies of Erdogan’s state. Most of them have suffered grievously. I, at least, am lucky not to be living in Turkey now, a country, culture and language I have been fascinated by since my early university years. Three of the many books I have written are about Turkey.

    Not content with absurd accusations of coup plotting by myself and a few Americans, the Erdogan government has also stoked the fires with “fake facts” and crude propaganda fabrications about my own views and writings. On a recent Turkish website (in Turkish) appears the following:

    Take a look at what Former Director of the CIA (sic) Graham Fuller said in his book A WorldWithout Islam:

    The only obstacle blocking US domination of the world are the Sunni Muslims. The US works jointly with the Wahhabis, and utilizes the Shi’ites. But the destruction of Sunni power is (only) possible with the destruction of Turkey, the fortress of Sunni Islam.

    That’s what the man has said, totally openly. So what else might he do?

    Please share this information with others so that everyone will be aware of it.

    Anybody who knows my writings in the many different books I have written over the years will realize what a total fabrication such a statement is, completely contrary to the spirit of everything I have ever written.

    I am well aware that I am only a small player in this game. Erdogan’s real target is the top levels of the US government. It wishes to force Washington to desist from prosecuting the damaging court case against Erdogan’s close lieutenants and family in the Zarrab case about corruption and high level illegal dealings with Iran. The Turkish government is also firing a shot across the bow of the US government with its now thinly veiled threat that the CIA was behind the failed coup attempt.

    Sadly, all this only provides further evidence of the extent to which Erdogan has become a nasty (but elected) authoritarian engaged in a national witch hunt that has intimidated his country, alienated virtually all foreign leaders, produced tens of thousands of domestic victims of arrests, and cashiering from jobs in all walks of life among any whom Erdogan perceives as enemies.

    Ironically, if Erdogan had resigned in 2011 after ten years in office he likely would go down in Turkish history as the country’s greatest prime minister for all his accomplishments. But extending his term, he now besmirches his own name and squanders his historical record by abandoning in his last few years nearly all his original policies he had earlier promulgated. His growing imperious behavior, his isolation among a handful of yes-men courtiers. and the polarization of the country is likely to cost him dearly in the next elections in 2019—assuming they will be honest.
     

    All the groups in the left hate each other.

    Problem is, all the groups on the American Left will soon outnumber white, Christian, patriotic Americans.

    I’m not sure which side the LDS, led by Mittens Romney, is on at this point.

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  • @anon
    Franken wasn't just a male.

    He was part of the Hollywood/Washington axis. Starting with Reagan. 'Lets get an actor'.

    But Franken was a nod to The Daily Show/Comedy News that was the rage at the time.

    The obvious idea/bad idea if for the Dems to run Oprah against Trump. Maybe it is a good idea. For those whose greatest desire is to FEEL safe -- she would be the best.

    My favorite was when they wanted to run the DA from Law and Order in the Republican Primary. Fred Thompson.

    I would be ok with putting Kiefer Southerland I charge of US Special Ops. Loved his interrogation techniques.

    My favorite was when they wanted to run the DA from Law and Order in the Republican Primary. Fred Thompson.

    The late Fred Thompson was basically just another GOPer — bigly conservative talk, not so much action.

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  • @Mr. Anon

    The Democrats don’t need cis-het white men to run things well because their voters don’t require well run governmental institutions
     
    However, they probably still like food, electricity, running water, and airplanes that mostly don't crash.

    The Democrats don’t need cis-het white men to run things well because their voters don’t require well run governmental institutions

    See what happens if downscale Dem voters’ food stamp debit cards don’t get reloaded on schedule.

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  • Moses says:
    @Citizen of a Silly Country
    Yeah, but corps still have to get things done on the ground. A NAM politician can get votes without too many white guys but a NAM VP of whatever at a corp can't keep the trains running without a lot of white guys.

    Also, at some point, the costs of AA will pinch. A corp can only afford so much dead weight. Pay off a couple of high-level NAMs and move on. You think that Eric "My family passes the paper bag test" Holder really cares about ghetto blacks getting into the corporate world. It's a business for him, just like the mob shaking down grocery stores back in the day.

    A NAM politician can get votes without too many white guys but a NAM VP of whatever at a corp can’t keep the trains running without a lot of white guys.

    Yes. See the Washington area Metro system. Run by NAMs and literally falling apart despite massive amounts of cash being pumped in. Also, see Puerto Rico’s inability to get the lights on again after a storm.

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  • @RichardTaylor
    Seems like the hatred of White Heterosexual guys cropped up in the 90s, then died down, then came back with a vengeance.

    So, if we don't deal with the issue in a more fundamental way, it is only reasonable to assume that the next wave of hatred toward straight White men will be even more intense.

    After Obama, who encouraged to toxic identity politics, the Left was confronted with Trump.

    This development seems to driven have a fraction of Dems into pure insanity.

    I don’t disagree with the theory that (insane) Middle Eastern wars made a lot of Republicans look pretty bad.

    Yet it seems that the election of Trump has set off the current frenzy. An already existing tendency has been dialed up to 11.

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  • Mitleser says:
    @utu

    PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative.
     
    They say that the new PM of Poland who was just selected is banksters' man. It is possible that PiS gave up just as they did in 2007 though this time w/o election. Looks like Polish experiment did not last even 2 years. You guys are pretty well infiltrated. Haven't had your own government since 1939.

    That bankster’s man was responsible for the pro-Polish social policy of the PiS.
    His bank did not fire anyone during the last financial crisis.
    Instead they cut cost by halving the salaries of the leadership of the bank.

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    Poland appoints ex-banker with Jewish roots as prime minister
    https://www.jta.org/2017/12/08/news-opinion/world/poland-appoints-ex-banker-with-jewish-roots-as-prime-minister
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  • @Anon
    This is Hoback or ho-blowbak.

    It's like Germans used poison gas but when the wind reversed course, the gas came back to the Germans.

    Dems unleashed BLM but it blew up in their face, with so many blacks making a ruckus at lib colleges and blue cities, making crime shoot way up. Blackback or Broback.

    Dems unleashed Pussy Riot to get Trump, but the sheer Pussysteria began to look for any male scapegoat for Hillary's loss. And they began to connect the dots. When Trump was accused of sexual harassment, he pointed to Billy Boy Clinton. When accused of being aided by Fake News, he accused MSM of fake news. Anyway, pussy riot was unleashed to go after Trump but angry women began to see Bad Male Behavior everywhere.

    More risky of all, Jews incited Muslim anger at Trump, even recruiting Linda Sarsourpuss.
    This is skating on thin ice. These anti-Trump Muslims could turn against Jews. But since they've been haloed as a sacred 'immigrant' group, POC made side with Muslims when they turn against Jews as 'white privilege'. Jewish strategy is too crazy, promoting the likes of Sarsourpuss while also trying to criminalize BDS.

    Jews supporting Islamist groups or people like Sarsour are in severe denial about Islam.

    I can’t figure them out. Have they not noticed how Muslims treat Jews in France?

    It’s the same condition seen everywhere on the left: they’ve lost their common sense and exist in a fantasy world.

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    Collective suicide anyone?

    Really what's happening among European Jews is no different than the American white elites along with the intelligentsia and Silicon Valley titans all embracing the same self-destructive anti-white, anti-Western Civilization mentality.

    It's quite fascinating. Here we have the best educated people the West has ever produced and many quite smart, yet they are acting collectively like a bunch of suicidal maniacs.

    Historically the elites have a stout sense of self-preservation. Our lot has none AFIAK. Maybe it's breeding or simply raised in such a cultural echo chamber they have no clue what people outside their are really like. Or they're like Merkel - simply insane.
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  • AndrewR says:
    @Jack Hanson
    Only AndrewR could believe that there's no coincidence between these women accusing someone as well known as Moore 30 days before a general election.

    Only Jack Hanson stalks me this much.

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  • Rod1963 says:
    @Frau Katze
    Jews supporting Islamist groups or people like Sarsour are in severe denial about Islam.

    I can’t figure them out. Have they not noticed how Muslims treat Jews in France?

    It’s the same condition seen everywhere on the left: they’ve lost their common sense and exist in a fantasy world.

    Collective suicide anyone?

    Really what’s happening among European Jews is no different than the American white elites along with the intelligentsia and Silicon Valley titans all embracing the same self-destructive anti-white, anti-Western Civilization mentality.

    It’s quite fascinating. Here we have the best educated people the West has ever produced and many quite smart, yet they are acting collectively like a bunch of suicidal maniacs.

    Historically the elites have a stout sense of self-preservation. Our lot has none AFIAK. Maybe it’s breeding or simply raised in such a cultural echo chamber they have no clue what people outside their are really like. Or they’re like Merkel – simply insane.

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    Yes, it’s very strange behaviour. I can’t figure it out.

    I really do try to understand other people’s viewpoints but I keep coming up blank in these cases.

    Maybe I’m too old or something. A person can take only so much societal change in a lifetime before it feels like completely different world.

    The inability to see the danger of Islam as an ideology – that is suicidal indeed.
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  • map says:
    @Polish Perspective
    I believe it was Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents who said that in the West, you essentially get two choices. Either you vote for a rabidly anti-white (and by extention, anti-Western) left, mostly made-up of self-hating whites and the non-white freeriders who exploit that sentiment or you vote for a much less (socially/culturally) crazy right, which nevertheless never has the balls to truly challenge the left's hegemony and ultimately ends up accepting all the premises of their opponents - only 20 years later - and in exchange you get plutocracy, massive tax cuts to corporations, worse working conditions for the working classes, less security etc.

    You never really get social conservatism and economic socialism(with a small 's' of course). I think part of the reason why the major Western and/or EU media and politicians are going so crazy sperging out against Poland is precisely because this is what we've done. PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative. That is a very potent combination which is popular with wide swathes of the public. In essence, they are populists in the best sense of the word.

    This is also to some extent what I believe the so-called 'Sailer Strategy' was about. Embracing white identity is a form of rebellion against multiculturalism (which has an implicit assumption that white identity must be stayed in order for others to flourish. The majority must be silenced/passified). Sailer also advocated more smart policies to aid the white working-class base of the GOP, which would challenge the neoliberal dogma which the GOP donor class wants.

    Of course the GOP are far too stupid to ever adopt it. Trump probably only flirted with it thanks to his thirst to power and desperation to get elected at any price. Plus, one has to concede that he does seem to be genuinely a quasi-nationalist of some form. Especially wrt trade, big mega-agreements on climate change as well as the recent "global compact on migration" which few have heard about, which was pushed through in the UN under the Obama admin's nose with no complaints, and if anything enthusiastic cheer. Nevertheless, Trump is more useful to Israel's foreign policy objectives, as we've seen with the recent embassy move or the pointless threats vs Iran. The major tax cut bill won't be what white America needs, but it is what the GOP's donor base wants.

    Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism. When you challenge one of the two, you're in trouble. When you challenge both, you become public enemy #1.

    You are missing a very important element of the American political system. Let’s call it the Two Santa’s theory.

    The Democratic Party is the Redistribution Santa Claus. They want to spend money on programs for society.

    The Republican Party is the Tax Cuts Santa Claus. It’s job is to focus on economic growth and to bring in the productivity necessary to make the programs possible.

    The problem with the Republicans is that they have a streak of “austerity,” which leads them to overwhelmingly worry about “budgets” and “debts.” This type of Republican, in the process, ends up shooting Santa Claus. They scream loudly about the Democrat spending program busting the budget, lose, and then scream loudly about not wanting tax cuts because they have to pay for the budget that Democrats just blew. They become water carriers for the welfare state.

    This type of Republican always loses, because it was the strategy of Barry Goldwater. When Republicans become austerity junkies, that is then the R Party is sent to the wilderness. McCain, Corker and Flake are exactly this type of Republican.

    The Goldwaterite Republican always loses. The American people are never going to choose reducing their standard of living just to fix the “budget” or “the national debt.” There is no point in voting for this type of Republican.

    A Republican has to be a supply-side tax cutter, which is exactly what Trump is emerging into. People want tax cuts. The argument that tax cuts are “for the rich” is just a leftist lie. Are you telling me someone is going to pass up a tax cut because the rich guy gets one?

    Thankfully, tax cuts on income and capital gains both spur the economy and achieve greater growth, especially if the taxes, loopholes and regulations are properly optimized.

    The US has a Mommy/Daddy political system.

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  • TheBoom says:
    @Mr. Anon

    The Democrats don’t need cis-het white men to run things well because their voters don’t require well run governmental institutions
     
    However, they probably still like food, electricity, running water, and airplanes that mostly don't crash.

    True. In the long run leftist ideology doesn’t work out but given that they are a cult made up of profiteers and moochers, they will feast as long as they can. It always ends up bad but is always going to be better next time. Most American whites have learned the lessons of leftist ideology in practice and that is why the elite has imported a new batch.

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  • TheBoom says:
    @Anon
    Blacks tend to stay where they are, but the Hispanics pick up and move. Anyone noticed who's been crossing the Rio Grande northwards en masse since the 1980s?

    Don’t underestimate the mobility of blacks. Many Haitians come across the southern border, blacks flood into Europe, blacks are moving from North to southern states and blacks are being moved from prime urban areas to white suburbs so they won’t inconvenience the virtuous elite while turning suburbs blue.

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  • Pericles says:
    @J.Ross
    OT
    Mary Sue Times Infinity: leaked Star Wars spoilers describe a background cosmology in which women are inherently superior to men, whose bitter jealously causes all the problems in the ... everything. Because this is a JJ Abrams joint, absolutely no thought was given to what that means in a fantasy universe densely diversified with non-human life forms.
    tldr The Dark Side of the Force is literally vagina envy.

    This very ancient tree was the first life form in the Star Wars galaxy, it was called the Mother Tree. The Tree gave birth to 2 humanoid creatures, a brother and sister. The sister was given the power to create life and she would think it up and release it into the sky where the "life force" would spread to other planets. *Brother was created to be her servant,* but he was jealous and one day fought her in order to make her submit to him. He killed her, but he was wounded in the battle, the Tree herself was also dying (as brother stole her life force to make himself eternal), but the Tree made a last prophecy that the sister would be reincarnated and *make brother submit to her* yet again in the future. Brother over eons eventually made technology to leave the planet on his own, and over the centuries he hid in the shadows.
     

    It also is explained that the reincarnation MUST be a woman, since the pureness of the light side is feminine. Although males and females can tap into either the dark or light side, the pure dark side is always males, and the pure light side is always females. In the Last Jedi, Luke confers to Rey that he always thought that he would be the prophecised one, just as his father Anakin also thought the same of himself. But Luke then realizes the *true savior of the galaxy must be a woman.*
     

    And yes, the above plot point was an idea of Kathleen Kennedy, she along with the other female assistants and co-producers made this a requirement for this and the last film in this trilogy.
     
    So yeah, actually this is relevant to the original topic. These people are fully unhinged.

    Lol, a dose of feminist hate mythology will be the ignominious end of Star Wars. Good riddance, maybe the nerds can do something useful with their lives instead.

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  • Pericles says:
    @Thirdeye
    Usual Suspects director Bryan Singer being sued for sexually assaulting a 17 year old male.

    Damn, the director and lead actor for one of my favorite movies of all time.

    They definitely got the name of the movie right.

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  • @AndrewR
    While there is a difference between Weinstein-type predation and Franken-type perversion, one would have to be unreasonably paranoid to believe that all these females are lying about Franken grabbing their asses. The virtue-signalling against Franken is ridiculous, but let's not just pretend this is boys-will-be-boys type stuff.

    The same is true of Roy Moore. Only the most paranoid tinfoil hat types could think that all these females are lying about Moore. It's not like we all didn't already know Moore was a total scumbag. This is just icing on the cake.

    And if this witch hunt against sexual degeneracy leads to Trump's removal from office, even better. The Jerusalem thing was the last straw. Trump needs to be removed from power immediately.

    And if this witch hunt against sexual degeneracy leads to Trump’s removal from office, even better. The Jerusalem thing was the last straw. Trump needs to be removed from power immediately.

    Huh?

    I don’t understand this obsessive focus on Israel. Yeah, all the American ankle grabbing is extremely unpleasant to watch, so I get that it pisses off American patriots.

    But nothing going on vis-à-vis Israel is actually critical to Americans. Iran could nuke Tel-Aviv tomorrow or the Israelis could drive out all the non-Jews and neither is critical to my kids’ future. Pseudo-American Brett Stephens would be alternatively having an existential emotional crisis or dancing with glee. But he’s an “American”–AINO. My kids future is not dependent on the level of butchery in the middle east, nor the geopolitical boundaries there. (Thank goodness!)

    What critically affects my kids’ future is the attempt to displace them via mass immigration–and rip up the nation with “diversity!” That’s the critical battleground where I will judge Trump and indeed where Trump is falling short.

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  • Bill says:
    @Polish Perspective
    I believe it was Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents who said that in the West, you essentially get two choices. Either you vote for a rabidly anti-white (and by extention, anti-Western) left, mostly made-up of self-hating whites and the non-white freeriders who exploit that sentiment or you vote for a much less (socially/culturally) crazy right, which nevertheless never has the balls to truly challenge the left's hegemony and ultimately ends up accepting all the premises of their opponents - only 20 years later - and in exchange you get plutocracy, massive tax cuts to corporations, worse working conditions for the working classes, less security etc.

    You never really get social conservatism and economic socialism(with a small 's' of course). I think part of the reason why the major Western and/or EU media and politicians are going so crazy sperging out against Poland is precisely because this is what we've done. PiS is both pro-poor and it is socially conservative. That is a very potent combination which is popular with wide swathes of the public. In essence, they are populists in the best sense of the word.

    This is also to some extent what I believe the so-called 'Sailer Strategy' was about. Embracing white identity is a form of rebellion against multiculturalism (which has an implicit assumption that white identity must be stayed in order for others to flourish. The majority must be silenced/passified). Sailer also advocated more smart policies to aid the white working-class base of the GOP, which would challenge the neoliberal dogma which the GOP donor class wants.

    Of course the GOP are far too stupid to ever adopt it. Trump probably only flirted with it thanks to his thirst to power and desperation to get elected at any price. Plus, one has to concede that he does seem to be genuinely a quasi-nationalist of some form. Especially wrt trade, big mega-agreements on climate change as well as the recent "global compact on migration" which few have heard about, which was pushed through in the UN under the Obama admin's nose with no complaints, and if anything enthusiastic cheer. Nevertheless, Trump is more useful to Israel's foreign policy objectives, as we've seen with the recent embassy move or the pointless threats vs Iran. The major tax cut bill won't be what white America needs, but it is what the GOP's donor base wants.

    Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism. When you challenge one of the two, you're in trouble. When you challenge both, you become public enemy #1.

    Of course the GOP are far too stupid to ever adopt it . . . Ultimately, the dogma of the West is neoliberal economics + multiculturalism and rampant social leftism.

    There’s no stupidity involved. In fact, the GOP is brilliant. The GOP, throughout its existence, has been the party of capital. The dogma of the West is what it is, and the GOP is what it is because capital perceives that this dogma is to their benefit. The GOP is not an institution with its own interests. It is a sword, not a swordsman.

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  • Bill says:
    @Daniel H
    >>I expect her to go full SJW when she runs since her base is primarily white females and ethnics.

    Yeah, but she beat out Loretta Sanchez, whom Mexican-Americans expected to be the anointed one. Lots of swing states with substantial Mexican populations (Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, even North Carolina, Georgia and Virginia) who are and will be pretty sore that Harris has the seat that they wanted for one of their own. To win in 2020, any Democrat needs every last Mexican vote he/she can get their hand on.

    To win in 2020, any Democrat needs every last Mexican vote he/she can get their hand on.

    Yeah, the Mexican vote is critical to winning OH, PA, WI, and MI.

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  • Bill says:
    @Olorin
    As I keep saying, one Week Without White Men would bring most people to their senses.

    One week without white men showing up to their jobs in

    --agriculture (food and fiber)
    --forestry
    --construction
    --manufacturing
    --oil/gas/coal extraction and refining and transport
    --electricity generation
    --plumbing
    --truck/train/plane driving
    --infrastructure repair
    --transportation maintenance
    --law enforcement

    Compared to

    http://static4.businessinsider.com/image/54e376936bb3f70d36c66d19-2557-1789/9-out-of-10-registered-nurses-are-female-1424184635.39-1844336.png

    January would be good timing. Maybe again in July.

    In other news, Saudi Arabia would collapse without non-Saudi labor . . .

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  • @JerseyJeffersonian
    Roger that. Many of Trump's voters were motivated by a "hope" that there might be some substance to what he was saying insofar as influencing actual, actionable policies.

    The results have been pretty thin thus far; as you point out we've just seen more tax cuts for people and corporations already obscenely flush, and next to nothing accruing to the benefit of the distressed working class or monies being liberated for the reconstitution of our failing infrastructure (due to the usual "but deficits!" hair on fire bullshit from the Republicans; trust me, when the tax cuts result in deficits, they will be coming for the very programs that are the only support of the precariat, namely Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid, and you can expect Our Veterans to take it up the ass for the Plutocrats, too).

    On Israel-centric foreign policy, well you wouldn't expect Daddy to make his convert daughter snivel, did you? And trace the unconvincing flailing about on the real immigration issues - not just the mostly symbolic, red meat "Muslim Ban" - but the largely still uncontrolled torrent of illegals from the south who will continue to tax our infrastructure and social services, drive blue collar U.S. citizens from employment, and crap out more and more anchor babies by their thousands to irrevocably alter the demographic balance of the nation to another way of servicing the Plutocrats, and don't forget the Big Jews who hate our white guts with a passion (and recall the no-sniveling agenda of Daddy toward his Little Girl, traduced by the Christ killers, who is now hand in glove with the Big Jews).

    So, no, if a significant number of the people who took a flyer hoping Trump would actually follow through on his populist rhetoric are de-motivated, while The Resistance and the Never Trumpers of the Republicuck party, who are motivated by visceral hatred and fear for their continued dominance, are still charged up and vote, then it all falls down in a heap.

    I am not encouraged by what I have seen. Brace yourselves for what may be in the offing.

    Roger that. Many of Trump’s voters were motivated by a “hope” that there might be some substance to what he was saying insofar as influencing actual, actionable policies.

    On Israel-centric foreign policy, well you wouldn’t expect Daddy to make his convert daughter snivel, did you? And trace the unconvincing flailing about on the real immigration issues – not just the mostly symbolic, red meat “Muslim Ban” – but the largely still uncontrolled torrent of illegals from the south who will continue to tax our infrastructure and social services, drive blue collar U.S. citizens from employment, and crap out more and more anchor babies by their thousands to irrevocably alter the demographic balance of the nation to another way of servicing the Plutocrats, and don’t forget the Big Jews who hate our white guts with a passion (and recall the no-sniveling agenda of Daddy toward his Little Girl, traduced by the Christ killers, who is now hand in glove with the Big Jews).

    President Trump follows Ann Coulter on Twitter and she seems to be hopping mad about Trump’s disappointing performance so far, maybe if Trump gets in trouble he’ll start listening to Coulter to get back in good graces with his voter base. Who knows?

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  • @Corn
    “So let’s hope the Faux Right gets replaced by a Real Hard Right.”

    Hear hear. It’s not enough to elect a Trump if the “conservative party” in Congress hijacks or drags their feet on implementing his agenda. We need to build a true nationalist party. The Republicans need to go the way of the Whigs.

    “If Franken goes down while Roy Moore gets elected, which party would you a young white man feel more appreciated in?”

    I’ve been thinking this for 4 or 5 years. Certain men are drawn to power. As it becomes more and more clear that the Democrats are the non white party more and more ambitious white men are going to enter politics under the (R) label, whatever their own beliefs may be.

    I want a nigh-watchman State, with a small government which bothers itself with only the very few truly public goods.

    If I can’t have that (and apparently, I can’t), then I want my tribe in charge.

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  • Bill says:
    @eah
    https://twitter.com/jartaylor/status/938831502799986688

    But putting Pussy Riot in prison was a human rights abuse.

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  • Bill says:
    @Anon
    Being a white guy who works for an (inevitably) corrupt black or brown pol is like becoming a Janissary. In other words, someone with much more moxie and brains choosing to advance the career of a being nowhere near as worthy as himself, and ultimately, it's an idiot's game. The real Janissaries ultimately ran everything anyway, because their brain-dead masters couldn't run the Ottoman Empire without them.

    There is no way blacks and browns can run anything without whites. Saudi Arabia would just be a bunch of guys with Swiss Bank accounts still living in tents without whites. There is no way whites will consent to let themselves by governed by blacks in this country if blacks turn everything into Detroit. At some point, a competent white male just gets fed up with their idiocy and takes over, like Trump.

    Being a white guy who works for an (inevitably) corrupt black or brown pol is like becoming a Janissary.

    Blacks are kidnapping white children to groom them to operate ArcGIS software? Was James Guckert one of them?

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  • @Charles Pewitt
    Steve Sailer says:

    And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution?

     

    Sailer inadvertently hits upon the origins of the Alt-Right and the upcoming inter-generational blood bath that awaits the evil baby boomers. Keeping the country running? Electronics keeps the country running and nothing else. The American Empire is an electronic empire that has an electronic currency and an electronic propaganda cloud covering up the treason of the ruling class. You don't need many American men of European Christian ancestry to keep that going.

    The Federal Reserve Bank electronically "credits" other banks with dollars conjured up out of thin air. In 2007 and 2008 the decision was made by the baby boomer ruling class to continue the gravy train for the baby boomer generation.

    Young people know damn well that "keeping the country running" means bailing out the baby boomers, the banks and the transnational corporations. The young people in the Alt-Right know that evil baby boomers have used the power of the government to re-inflate the asset bubbles in real estate, stocks and bonds.

    "Keeping the country running" to the young White Core Americans means bailing out the greedy slobs in the baby boomer generation using monetary extremism of a sort never seen before. Young White Core Americans would be better off if there was a complete and total global financial implosion. Instead the decaying and weak baby boomer generation is using the power of the government to enslave and enfeeble the young White Core Americans. It is a slow-motion civilizational train wreck.

    We do not have capitalism, we have central banker shysterism. If we had capitalism the banks and the transnational corporations and the asset bubbles would have been liquidated starting in 2007.

    On a Twitter thread, I asked how exactly inflation wipes out debts for individuals, who aren’t perennial, scaled organizations like governments and large corporations. A Boomer academic responded by gloating over the appreciation of the house he’d owned for 30+ years. You are spot on.

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  • Jack D says:
    @Hunsdon
    It's almost like the Senate voted (albeit in a nonbinding resolution) 90-0 that Jerusalem was the capital of Israel back in June or something. Almost like that!

    There has been a law on the books (not just a resolution but a legally binding act of congress) since 1995 requiring the embassy to be moved to Jerusalem UNLESS the President signed a waiver every six months. All Trump did was not sign the waiver this time.

    Steve writes columns on how Trump is not as anti-Semitic as the leftist press portrays him to be. AndrewR WISHES that the President would be as anti-Semitic as the press portrays him to be.

    Trump does this kind of stuff because he knows that his base loves it when he does the opposite of what the conventional Washington Permanent Government wisdom tells he to do. If the “smart” people were telling him to move the embassy, he would NOT move it just to piss them off.

    Trump is also common sensical – it’s obvious that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. That’s where their parliament sits, where the head of state lives, etc. Only an “intellectual” could twist himself into the pretzel logic required to say that Jerusalem is not the capital even though it really is. “Diplomacy” is the art of NOT stating the obvious. Trump is more interested in reality than diplomacy.

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    Steve writes columns on how Trump is not as anti-Semitic as the leftist press portrays him to be. AndrewR WISHES that the President would be as anti-Semitic as the press portrays him to be.
     
    There's nothing anti-Semitic about not moving the embassy to Jerusalem. It's one of those stupid diplomatic fictions, not unlike the US when I was a kid claiming the government of China was in Taipei or now pretending that Taipei is part of China.

    Generally these diplomatic fictions are not even "diplomatic", they actually make international relations worse--more dangerous, as both the China ones clearly did and do. The Jerusalem fiction seems mostly harmless a ridiculous bit of puffery that doesn't actually make the territorial issues any less difficult to resolve.

    Agree Trump is just naturally inclined toward reality, and against diplomatic windbaggery. Probably taking some degree of delight in popping these fictions the "diplomatic" types obsess over like sacred totems.
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  • @Hibernian
    "In this particular kerfuffle, it was Norm who embraced normality, not his WASP opponent." Gore Vidal?

    Gore Vidal?

    The Gore who gored cantaloupes, according to Wm F Buckley, Jr.

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  • @Charles Pewitt
    Steve Sailer says:

    And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution?

     

    Sailer inadvertently hits upon the origins of the Alt-Right and the upcoming inter-generational blood bath that awaits the evil baby boomers. Keeping the country running? Electronics keeps the country running and nothing else. The American Empire is an electronic empire that has an electronic currency and an electronic propaganda cloud covering up the treason of the ruling class. You don't need many American men of European Christian ancestry to keep that going.

    The Federal Reserve Bank electronically "credits" other banks with dollars conjured up out of thin air. In 2007 and 2008 the decision was made by the baby boomer ruling class to continue the gravy train for the baby boomer generation.

    Young people know damn well that "keeping the country running" means bailing out the baby boomers, the banks and the transnational corporations. The young people in the Alt-Right know that evil baby boomers have used the power of the government to re-inflate the asset bubbles in real estate, stocks and bonds.

    "Keeping the country running" to the young White Core Americans means bailing out the greedy slobs in the baby boomer generation using monetary extremism of a sort never seen before. Young White Core Americans would be better off if there was a complete and total global financial implosion. Instead the decaying and weak baby boomer generation is using the power of the government to enslave and enfeeble the young White Core Americans. It is a slow-motion civilizational train wreck.

    We do not have capitalism, we have central banker shysterism. If we had capitalism the banks and the transnational corporations and the asset bubbles would have been liquidated starting in 2007.

    Young people know damn well that “keeping the country running” means bailing out the baby boomers…

    Never mind that these “young people”‘s beloved grandparents and great-grandparents got way more proportionately in benefits, while instructing their offspring never to touch them. (Cf “third rail of politics”.)

    We always blame a “generation” late. Brokaw’s Freudian “greatest generation” is responsible for much of the rot we see. They didn’t so much cause it as allow it to happen on their watch. (Only two states allowed 18-year-olds to vote in 1964.) They were too busy saving up for that bigger car and that mini-estate in Florida or Arizona, where they objected to paying property taxes to teach the local kids.

    The “boomers”‘ biggest sin was ruining education. Which is why almost everyone born 20-30 years later is as dumb as rocks.

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  • MarcB. says:
    @Jack D
    The Democrat strategy is becoming clear (whether it will work is a different matter). The strategy is this: The Democrat Party, in addition to being the Black Party (not enough to win in most places) is also the Womyn's Party. The Republicans are the party of sex abusers like Donald Trump and Roy Moore - they WELCOME abusers in their party. The Democrat Party, dear white womyn, is the clean party. We no longer tolerate abusers, we have cleansed our party of all of our abusers, we are the woman friendly party where you can be comfortable casting your vote. The Pussy Hat March seemed like it was a petulant fizzle that led to nothing but they are going to try to reactivate that energy for the next election.

    What is the correct Republican counter to this, aside from cucking out and casting out Roy Moore as a Me Too move?

    The Republicans are the party of sex abusers like Donald Trump and Roy Moore – they WELCOME abusers in their party. The Democrat Party, dear white womyn, is the clean party. We no longer tolerate abusers, we have cleansed our party of all of our abusers, we are the woman friendly party where you can be comfortable casting your vote.

    This is a blind spot for a lot of Roy Moore supporters. Is one senate seat really worth handing over the moral authority on this issue to the quick-to-purge Left? It will be used as cudgel at every opportunity, especially around election time. This reinforces my contention that Jeff Sessions was far more valuable as a voice for nationalist policies in the senate than in a cabinet position in the Trump White House.

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  • @bored identity
    This is Tarana Burke, Senior Director of Programs of Soros sponsored Girls for Gender Equity, and the original founder of hashtag "#MeToo":

    tumblr_oy0q4kfCLK1s7xc0qo1_1280.jpg (JPEG Image, 1080 × 1080 pixels)

    http://78.media.tumblr.com/d56a40469280b4cd5a0484c9940d08d0/tumblr_oy0q4kfCLK1s7xc0qo1_1280.jpg


    bored identity will dare to notice how "# You Wish" would be more appropriate...

    She wishes she were Me too.

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  • @Jack D
    There has been a law on the books (not just a resolution but a legally binding act of congress) since 1995 requiring the embassy to be moved to Jerusalem UNLESS the President signed a waiver every six months. All Trump did was not sign the waiver this time.

    Steve writes columns on how Trump is not as anti-Semitic as the leftist press portrays him to be. AndrewR WISHES that the President would be as anti-Semitic as the press portrays him to be.

    Trump does this kind of stuff because he knows that his base loves it when he does the opposite of what the conventional Washington Permanent Government wisdom tells he to do. If the "smart" people were telling him to move the embassy, he would NOT move it just to piss them off.

    Trump is also common sensical - it's obvious that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. That's where their parliament sits, where the head of state lives, etc. Only an "intellectual" could twist himself into the pretzel logic required to say that Jerusalem is not the capital even though it really is. "Diplomacy" is the art of NOT stating the obvious. Trump is more interested in reality than diplomacy.

    Steve writes columns on how Trump is not as anti-Semitic as the leftist press portrays him to be. AndrewR WISHES that the President would be as anti-Semitic as the press portrays him to be.

    There’s nothing anti-Semitic about not moving the embassy to Jerusalem. It’s one of those stupid diplomatic fictions, not unlike the US when I was a kid claiming the government of China was in Taipei or now pretending that Taipei is part of China.

    Generally these diplomatic fictions are not even “diplomatic”, they actually make international relations worse–more dangerous, as both the China ones clearly did and do. The Jerusalem fiction seems mostly harmless a ridiculous bit of puffery that doesn’t actually make the territorial issues any less difficult to resolve.

    Agree Trump is just naturally inclined toward reality, and against diplomatic windbaggery. Probably taking some degree of delight in popping these fictions the “diplomatic” types obsess over like sacred totems.

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  • Marat says:
    @candid_observer
    If Kamala Harris is the Dem candidate, look to Trump running a California vs Everybody Else campaign. Steinle's killer, and the disgusting injustice in a SF court, will make a major appearance. Harris is all San Francisco on identity politics/open borders/sanctuary city issues.

    How popular is, say, sanctuary cities? I think the slim number of cities which have taken on that designation tells the story.

    A Kamala Harris vs Trump election will be really ugly.

    I have a friend who was severely stepped on by Harris, back before her Senate ascent. I understand her to be smart as a political whip but sloppy in personal relations. Trump doesn’t cut people as a method for getting ahead – he straightforwardly destroys them if he deems it necessary, as a result of deliberation, not desperation.

    It would indeed be ugly, but someone will end up being Kamala’s opponent. Maybe Hillary was the warmup.

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  • scrivener3 says: • Website

    No, Trump is actually changing things, slowly but it is taking shape. I think he simply said to himself, this is foolish and I will stop it.

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  • @Rod1963
    Collective suicide anyone?

    Really what's happening among European Jews is no different than the American white elites along with the intelligentsia and Silicon Valley titans all embracing the same self-destructive anti-white, anti-Western Civilization mentality.

    It's quite fascinating. Here we have the best educated people the West has ever produced and many quite smart, yet they are acting collectively like a bunch of suicidal maniacs.

    Historically the elites have a stout sense of self-preservation. Our lot has none AFIAK. Maybe it's breeding or simply raised in such a cultural echo chamber they have no clue what people outside their are really like. Or they're like Merkel - simply insane.

    Yes, it’s very strange behaviour. I can’t figure it out.

    I really do try to understand other people’s viewpoints but I keep coming up blank in these cases.

    Maybe I’m too old or something. A person can take only so much societal change in a lifetime before it feels like completely different world.

    The inability to see the danger of Islam as an ideology – that is suicidal indeed.

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  • Slow me, I had to look up “cisgender” the other day. Turns out I never knew we needed a special designation for normal. This won’t end well.

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  • utu says:
    @Mitleser
    That bankster's man was responsible for the pro-Polish social policy of the PiS.
    His bank did not fire anyone during the last financial crisis.
    Instead they cut cost by halving the salaries of the leadership of the bank.
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  • @Charles Pewitt
    Steve Sailer says:

    And what does it say to the most important demographic group in the country at keeping the country running, the hated cishet white males, at what their future would be in a Democratic Party-affiliated institution?

     

    Sailer inadvertently hits upon the origins of the Alt-Right and the upcoming inter-generational blood bath that awaits the evil baby boomers. Keeping the country running? Electronics keeps the country running and nothing else. The American Empire is an electronic empire that has an electronic currency and an electronic propaganda cloud covering up the treason of the ruling class. You don't need many American men of European Christian ancestry to keep that going.

    The Federal Reserve Bank electronically "credits" other banks with dollars conjured up out of thin air. In 2007 and 2008 the decision was made by the baby boomer ruling class to continue the gravy train for the baby boomer generation.

    Young people know damn well that "keeping the country running" means bailing out the baby boomers, the banks and the transnational corporations. The young people in the Alt-Right know that evil baby boomers have used the power of the government to re-inflate the asset bubbles in real estate, stocks and bonds.

    "Keeping the country running" to the young White Core Americans means bailing out the greedy slobs in the baby boomer generation using monetary extremism of a sort never seen before. Young White Core Americans would be better off if there was a complete and total global financial implosion. Instead the decaying and weak baby boomer generation is using the power of the government to enslave and enfeeble the young White Core Americans. It is a slow-motion civilizational train wreck.

    We do not have capitalism, we have central banker shysterism. If we had capitalism the banks and the transnational corporations and the asset bubbles would have been liquidated starting in 2007.

    … greedy slobs in the baby boomer generation using monetary extremism of a sort never seen before [etc.]

    Retire to your panic room an hour a day to think up new hate-boomers lines, do you?

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  • @J.Ross
    OT
    Mary Sue Times Infinity: leaked Star Wars spoilers describe a background cosmology in which women are inherently superior to men, whose bitter jealously causes all the problems in the ... everything. Because this is a JJ Abrams joint, absolutely no thought was given to what that means in a fantasy universe densely diversified with non-human life forms.
    tldr The Dark Side of the Force is literally vagina envy.

    This very ancient tree was the first life form in the Star Wars galaxy, it was called the Mother Tree. The Tree gave birth to 2 humanoid creatures, a brother and sister. The sister was given the power to create life and she would think it up and release it into the sky where the "life force" would spread to other planets. *Brother was created to be her servant,* but he was jealous and one day fought her in order to make her submit to him. He killed her, but he was wounded in the battle, the Tree herself was also dying (as brother stole her life force to make himself eternal), but the Tree made a last prophecy that the sister would be reincarnated and *make brother submit to her* yet again in the future. Brother over eons eventually made technology to leave the planet on his own, and over the centuries he hid in the shadows.
     

    It also is explained that the reincarnation MUST be a woman, since the pureness of the light side is feminine. Although males and females can tap into either the dark or light side, the pure dark side is always males, and the pure light side is always females. In the Last Jedi, Luke confers to Rey that he always thought that he would be the prophecised one, just as his father Anakin also thought the same of himself. But Luke then realizes the *true savior of the galaxy must be a woman.*
     

    And yes, the above plot point was an idea of Kathleen Kennedy, she along with the other female assistants and co-producers made this a requirement for this and the last film in this trilogy.
     
    So yeah, actually this is relevant to the original topic. These people are fully unhinged.

    Unhinged — or insidious. According to that summary, the power of women is their ability to create life. And their role is to go out in the universe and spread life. Not to get a law degree and spend their fertile years in the office before they spend $50K on IVF treatment in their 40s. We’ll see how it plays out in the movie. But calling attention to women’s innate live-giving and nurturing force is a different message from the last-year gestalt of teaching them to code or current-year version where they are noisy victims of men in a mans world.

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