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Today, Luke Rosiak of the Daily Caller follows up my scoop yesterday on the identity of the individual who defaced a Brooklyn synagogue anti-Semitic graffiti that the national media was intending to turn into a nice Weekend Crisis.

As I pointed out yesterday the vandal suspect is James Polite, a black, gay, black studies major with close ties to the mainstream Democratic establishment in New York City, who had served as an intern working on anti-hate crime projects for the lesbian speaker of the city council, Christine Quinn.

Rosiak takes a deep dive into the Facebook of Polite, who, during his bipolar manic spells unloads racial resentment of, I’m guessing, his most recent liberal Jewish foster parents’ lifestyle and worldview:

Screenshot 2018-11-03 15.23.25

A bit of a black Ted Kaczynski flavor, perhaps?

It appears that on November 1, after posting a photo of a burning American flag on Facebook, Polite also set a number of fires outside Williamsburg Hasidic synagogues.

Fortunately, none of them appear to have spread. (The one video shows a man starting fires in two trash cans out on the curb, which isn’t very homicidal looking, but, please remember, unintended bad things can happen with flames.)

As I mentioned a few weeks ago, it would be wise for pundits to ease off on the “burn down” metaphors, such as the recent NYT column:

“I Want to Burn the Frat House of America to the Ground,” by Jennifer Weiner

You can use “tear down” or the like. But there really are pyromaniacs out there, so try not to inspire them.

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  1. Anon[252] • Disclaimer says:

    But are any of you fellows fans of astringent persimmons like the Hachiya variety ? They are in season now and a real taste sensation. Try them if you can find them .

  2. “A bit of a black Ted Kaczynski flavor, perhaps”

    Ted’s IQ was in the 160s was it not? Is Polite’s even half that?

  3. fnn says:

    “A bit of a black Ted Kaczynski flavor, perhaps?”

    More like Jack Kerouac.

  4. Danindc says:

    Steve did Rosiak credit you?

  5. Different Strokes: Hate Crimes Unit ?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  6. A bit of a black Ted Kaczynski flavor, perhaps?

    Nah, Ted Kaczynski was a mathematician, extremely smart, and probably too much for his own good – he saw too much of the future. This guy, not so much …

  7. @fnn

    True. The funny thing is that I have works by both Ted Kaczynski and Jack Kerouac on the shelves behind me. They are different; different from each other and from most of us.

  8. Dumbo says:

    If you read the Unabomber manifesto, you can see that it was written by a very smart guy (even if psychotic), and a lot of what he writes actually makes sense — and even when it doesn’t it is an interesting read. (Too bad that for some reason he felt that he had to kill people to get it published)

    Polite’s writing is not totally bad, he has some funny parts, but he sounds more like a beatnik poet than someone trying to write a coherent argument. More like Allen Ginsberg, perhaps?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  9. @fnn

    EVERY! SINGLE! TIME! I hear of Jack Kerouac, I have the 10,000 Maniacs’ song in my head for a day and a half.. I’d rather hear the real thing, so here you go, just returning the favor. This excellent music is off of In my Tribe from the early 1990′s.

  10. You can use “tear down” or “knock down” or the like. But there really are pyromaniacs out there, so try not to inspire them.

    That’s probably a pretty good rule of thumb for the ctrl-left and the minorities. When it comes to angry white guys, maybe you ought to go ahead and include “knock down” in your collection of phrases for people to try to ease off.

    … and they say you can’t fight city hall! Pshawww!

    “He may have gone THROUGH the Liberty Bank …” Yeah, that’s why I don’t keep my money in places like that, hehe.

  11. @ThirdWorldSteveReader


    Otherwise known as a seagull.

    • Agree: Svigor
  12. @Cagey Beast

    Whatchoo talkin’ bout, Cagey?

    • LOL: Cagey Beast
  13. I await the apologists who will come forward to offer cover for his crimes. If religion is the opiate for the masses, then excuses are the mother’s milk that black Americans feed on..

  14. Garlic says:

    Any thoughts on the Puerto Rican nationalist parts of the graffiti?

    A few possibilities that spring to my mind:

    1) Polite is part PR
    2) It’s an attempt to conceal his identity by making it look like a PR did it (this seems unlikely since he didn’t take simpler precautions like wearing a mask in front of the cameras)
    3) it has nothing to do with anything. It was a stream of consciousness thing flowing from his mental illness.

    My money would be on (3).

  15. Partly o/t: I heard NPR news today refer to the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting as ‘last week’s synagogue massacre.’

    Seems likely most Jews would wish this term to be the one history remembers for the event. It has much higher political victim cred than ‘shooting’ or ‘attack.’ Few similar events get this label though; Columbine was one exception.

    The English language connotation of ‘massacre’ tends strongly towards a politically repressive mass killing with authority on the killing side and civilians on the other. A somewhat ironic exceptional category is for gangland mass murders that don’t involve a whiff of innocence.

    Even Bataclan is remembered as an ‘attack’ in English, though the atrocities committed and the fact that Muslim terrorists are the de facto shock troops of EU authority easily merit the ‘massacre’ label, IMO.

    • Replies: @TheBoom
    , @adreadline
    , @AndrewR
  16. Anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    , @YetAnotherAnon
  17. Kaz says:

    I’m actually mildly impressed by what this guy wrote. If he didn’t have such a rough upbringing and underlying mental issues he probably could have done alright.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  18. Anonymous[527] • Disclaimer says:

    OT: Reason #8427 to oppose illegal immigration.

    New paper in Cell (one of the most prestigious biological science journals) this week is about how immigration to the US ‘westernizes’ the human gut microbiome. Basically the bacteria species profile in the gastrointestinal tract becomes more like that of a typical Westerner which has been linked in other works with obesity, and all the consequent health problems associated with it. So it’s (yet another reason) it’s bad for their health. But don’t hold your breath for any NYT articles to point that out.

  19. Never forget: With Jews…. you win.

    You white trash losers are gonna lose again on Tuesday. If not, I will doxx myself on this website.

  20. Anonymous[527] • Disclaimer says:

    They want to inspire violence but are too stupid to see how it just ultimately escalates the damage all around.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  21. @Achmed E. Newman

    Uh, this guy sees plenty – up close and personal too.

    What NAMs mean when they say “white” is the same thing we mean when we say “elite.”

  22. J.Ross says: • Website

    Kaczynski was a genius who outshone a U of M math professor as a student and wrote in coherent sentences. I’m not getting the comparison.
    Perhaps there is a sad IQ gap warning here: was Polite like a miscategorized kid thrust into a gifted program far above his abilities, who came to resent hourly rules, gestures and statements (which were not intended to offend him)?

  23. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    I met Ginsberg a couple of times in Lawrence, apparently when visiting his friend Burroughs.

    On the first of those occasions Chris Stein was with him but I did not recognize him, it was immediately after his recovery from pemphigus vulgaris and he had a huge Jerry Garcia beard. Later on I got to talk to Chris a couple of times but he is an odd duck to say the least. (Along with Mark Knopfler and Lindsey Buckingham, one of the great electric fingerstyle guitarists: unlike most guitar players who will talk your ear off about gear, he is usually almost nonverbal when talking to other males, he will talk to women somewhat easier, but really odd, unlike D when she trusts you she is funny, often very open and a wicked, raunchy wit. I see where they are a couple with odd displacements of the otherwise masculine and feminine although he married a hot younger actress, had two daughters, and she is a cat lady in Central Jersey these days.)

    Ginsberg was easy to talk to. I knew he was a bigwig in the Beat world but not what a total perv he was: I knew he liked men, but I did not know he was a card carrying pederast. I actually thought he was an okay sort, silly me.

    Ginsberg was a really big perv, by the way. The late William Pierce actually devoted an entire one hour broadcast to just what a perverse and sick sort he was and everything in the broadcast was factually true.

    Allen Ginsberg: Media Model for America’s Youth
    by Dr. William L. Pierce

    THREE WEEKS ago a man named Allen Ginsberg (pictured) died, at the age of 70. If you were a university student in the 1960s or 1970s, his name will be very familiar to you. He was the person chosen by the media to be the number-one guru for America’s youth during that period. He’s been a sort of secondary guru ever since, and if you studied literature even in the 1980s or 1990s you got a dose of him. He always was treated in a worshipful sort of way by the media, in order to make the more gullible young people believe that he was some sort of genius who was to be taken very seriously. We could see this same worshipful attitude again when the media people reported his death earlier this month. I listened to NBC’s Tom Brokaw talk about Ginsberg on the evening television news. Brokaw behaved as if he were reporting the death of George Washington or Thomas Jefferson. He spoke of Ginsberg as if he had been a talented and sensitive poet, a great soul who had passed away, leaving us all sadder and poorer for the loss. He even read the first line of one of Ginsberg’s so-called “poems,” Howl. And he did it all with a straight face. There was no hint in his facial expression or tone of voice that he wasn’t completely serious. I didn’t see the way the other TV-news anchor-people dealt with Ginsberg’s death, but I presume it was similar to the way Brokaw did it. Certainly, the tone of all of the print media that I saw also was worshipful.

    Let me tell you about Allen Ginsberg, this great and sensitive soul who contributed so much to America and whose passing we all should mourn. Ginsberg was a drug-crazed, homosexual, Communist Jew. I do not use any of those terms lightly. He was very homosexual, very Communist, and very Jewish, and he was a big promoter of drug use by young people back during the 1950s and 1960s. He was not a guru, if we intend the normal meaning for that word, which is “spiritual teacher.” Judging from what he said and wrote during his life, he never had a spiritual impulse. Nor was he a poet, if we have any reasonable definition of what constitutes poetry. Of course, he pretended to be both a guru and a poet, and the media vigorously supported his pretensions. He was simply a degenerate piece of filth. His mind was a sewer. He was a con man, who made a good living from his pretensions.

    To realize the full truth of this you need to read — actually read for yourself — what Ginsberg wrote, which his media promoters call “poetry” — in fact, “great poetry.” I intended to quote a few samples myself, but I couldn’t find anything that I’m willing to repeat. His writing is almost indescribably filthy and perverted. I am not a prude, I am not sexually repressed, and I’m sure that I often say or write things which are offensive to many people. So when I tell you that there’s nothing Ginsberg wrote that I’m willing to quote, believe me, it’s pretty sick stuff.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    , @Mike Zwick
  24. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Tiny Duck.

    Never forget: With Jews…. you win.

    Apparently our canard petit spends a lot of time reading WN/WP sites. The better to turn a phrase I suppose?

    Sort of like the Catholic priest caught with a huge stash of pornographic material. He simply replied, “Well, I have to research evil so I can thunder against it.”

  25. “But there really are pyromaniacs out there, so try not to inspire them.”

    So it sounds like you’re saying no more playing Def Leppard songs from the album that shouldn’t speak its name. Shame, cause Def Leppard was cool back in the day.

  26. newrouter says:
    @Tiny Duck.

    so you’re really daffy duck?

  27. Anonymous[291] • Disclaimer says:

    Daniel Friberg, CEO of Arktos Media and co-founder and co-editor of with Richard Spencer, comments on Greg Johnson, founder and editor of Counter Currents, and “The Budapest bathroom incident”:

  28. Abe says: • Website

    So how much of the history of black-white relations in America needs to be reconsidered from the angle of it really being gay black-white relations? Now this guy, last year Kehinde Wiley, year before that Deray McKesson among other fruity BLM activists, before that Donna Brazille, Barbara Jordan, Bayard Rustin, James Baldwin…

    It seems gay blacks not only know how to more effectively emotionally manipulate good whites, they also are talented at presenting it for maximal theatrical impact. From James Baldwin’s over-the-top angry black man schtick (JPod’s dad reverent quoting of Baldwin as some sort of authority on the thoughts and feelings of the average brotha is still hilarious reading) to the whole civil rights movement which- let’s face it, was the most significant TV show in American history, so no surprise it had a lot of gay backstage talent.

  29. George says:

    search on images for: schizophrenia writing sample

    • Replies: @Alfa158
  30. @Abe

    In the corporate world, a large fraction of the black men I worked with in nice white collar jobs seemed pretty gay. Same for the handful of Mexican-American men. On the other hand, Mexican waiters usually aren’t very gay seeming, but black male waiters tend to sound like Will Smith in Six Degrees of Separation. I had a black male waiter last month who was the first black guy waiter at a sit down restaurant (as opposed to a counter clerk) who seemed like a normal black guy in I don’t know how many years.

    • Replies: @IHTG
  31. Big Bill says:

    Uh-oh. Once they start torching garbage bins, it’s all going to hell in a hand basket:

    Several demonstrators set fire to garbage bins, and traffic to and from the square was blocked. Shortly after the protest began, dozens of ultra-Orthodox youth also descended on Bar-Ilan Street and began hurling stones and bottles. They burned garbage bins in the middle of the road to block traffic and strewed debris and garbage throughout the street.

  32. IHTG says:
    @Steve Sailer

    I had a black male waiter last month who was the first black guy waiter at a sit down restaurant (as opposed to a counter clerk) who seemed like a normal black guy in I don’t know how many years.

    Trump’s tight labor market!

  33. Notice how James Polite is in custody — and notice how ‘Okonowago’ or whoever it is isn’t posting his usual inanities?

    Think there’s a connection?

  34. Looks like Polite isn’t the only one with a Sharpie.

    More Trump White Nationalists!

  35. TheBoom says:
    @Jack Highlands

    ‘last week’s synagogue massacre.

    Oy vey. Jews control the microphone. Whatever happens to them is the worst thing in history. Another holocaust. Black man in Kansas city announcing he wants to kill all whites and kills 6…just shut up you racist goy. Stop dividing us

  36. notanon says:

    Tom Wolfe died too young

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
  37. J.Ross says: • Website

    This, and: they want to Pavlovize multiple generations, which grew up hearing about Israeli crime and Jewish censorship, as though they were still dealing with the folks who remember the liberation of Dachau and the conquest of Jerusalem. And their answer to everything is to call people Nazis, shut down discussion, and clarify their government connections.

  38. I guess Steve’s not a fan of this fine album.

  39. Svigor says:

    She sees a BBC. Tiny Duck’s thing is Jewish projection.

    • LOL: Redneck farmer
  40. @Anonymous

    I heard Ginsberg quote Gore Vidal’s quip about Andy Warhol: “A genius with the IQ of a moron.” I found it funny that Ginsburg would say this because it seemed to more aptly apply to himself than to Warhol.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  41. Svigor says:
    @Tiny Duck.

    *Yawn* C’mon Ron, how many times I gotta block this guy? Seeing even 1/1000th of this idiot gimp-mask-wearing shitpile’s comments is too much.

  42. 1661er says:

    it’s starting to look like white people take home six figures for their lifetime of sacrifices to POC.

    I know this types very well, there were a lot of them around my old neighborhood of Tenderloin in San Francisco. The more of them around, the better they are paid, the worse the qualities of life the for the local PoC.

    Those who see the Tenderloin first and foremost as a place to exercise charitable impulses are not the only ones with a stake in, or influence over, the neighborhood’s future. But right now, they’re the ones who are winning.

  43. @Desiderius

    Don’t forget (the aptly-named) Charles Blow of the New York Times.

  44. Anonymous[527] • Disclaimer says:
    @Tiny Duck.

    I guess you’ve already established that NYT won’t fire you no matter what you say, so doxxing yourself can’t really hurt that much, can it SJ?

  45. @Jack Highlands

    Seems likely most Jews would wish this term to be the one history remembers for the event. It has much higher political victim cred than ‘shooting’ or ‘attack.’ Few similar events get this label though; Columbine was one exception.

    The Virginia Tech massacre (now called the ”Virginia Tech shooting” in the English Wikipedia) comes to mind. It might’ve been called a ”massacre” because, at the time, it was the shooting with the most victims in the United States with a single gunman behind it, and they wanted to emphasize his feat by not calling it just another shooting. Not sure. The Las Vegas massacre is also often referred to as such.

    I’d say they were all massacres, including what happened in that Baptist church in Texas a year ago. Including what happened in Fresno in April last year. But yes, being selective in calling one a massacre and the others just ”shootings” is something the media will do.

  46. @Achmed E. Newman

    The album was released in 1987, sir, with all due respect!

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  47. @Tiny Duck.

    ‘You white trash losers are gonna lose again on Tuesday. If not, I will doxx myself on this website.’

    You won’t keep the promise — but even if you did, there’s a problem.

    You’re just not important enough for anyone to care. Doxx yourself or fox yourself or lox yourself or whatever. Have at it.

  48. J.Ross says: • Website

    PUNISH THE INCELS BY — hmm, wait a minute …

    CNN: The most trusted name in news, keeping them honest, protecting you from Space Russians.

  49. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Harry Baldwin

    Warhol was in the final analysis a con man working a long con-slightly above average IQ, had the skills of a respectable but not stellar commercial artist (a tradesman if you will) and a homosexual, who employed his commercial artist skills to become “famous for being famous” and hang out with the literati, glitterati and whatever celebs that were au courant. And made a pile of money while at it.

    He was, however, an observant Catholic who attended mass regularly.

    Warhol’s con was not socially destructive and cost no one who wasn’t looking for a screwing a cent. By contrast, we can name many other con artists that have caused a great amount of trouble.

  50. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    She sees a BBC. Tiny Duck’s thing is Jewish projection.

    Big Block Chevy? It was impressive in its day but with the LS putting out 400-500 hp now and several decent diesels available why piss with them anymore?

    • LOL: fish
  51. @Achmed E. Newman

    You have a whole-room shrine dedicated to Natalie Merchant, don’t you? ;)

  52. Alfa158 says:

    Yep, that was a textbook example.

  53. PaceLaw says:

    A “black, gay, black studies major” with Jewish foster parents? Yes!!!! This is is the ultimate Social Justice Warrior! Are we sure he’s not somehow related to Obama?

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  54. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Nah, Mom threw it out. It got … errr … soiled.

    I really don’t think Natalie would have reciprocated, as she may not have liked men too very much.

    I don’t pay too much attention to what artists of any kind have to say – the music was good.

  55. @Tiny Duck.

    Wednesday morning – Duck Doxxing time. Be there or be square!

  56. @Achmed E. Newman

    Nah, Ted Kaczynski was a mathematician, extremely smart, and probably too much for his own good – he saw too much of the future.

    Does that justify blowing up David Gelertner ? He has had the libs all apoplectic. But even if he were not a bane of the Left, he would not deserve to be bombed.

    Kaczynski was a vicious bastard. He deserved the death penalty, but his brother’s bargain is understandable.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  57. Anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:


    Stephen Bannon has left Toronto after quite an evening with David Frum.

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
  58. Art Deco says:

    Donna Brazille, Barbara Jordan, Bayard Rustin, James Baldwin…

    This is a strange list. The notion that Brazile is a lesbian is one promoted by Andrew Sullivan. The promoters of it do not include her. Barbara Jordan shared a house with one Nancy Earl, but the presentation of the two of them as a lesbian pair seems like more icon plunder from the gay press. That aside, these four are quite dissimilar.

    1. Brazile is a professional campaign hack. Her ideas are what serves the Democratic Party today (though she did go off script and expose some of Hellary’s scamming around; N.B. she was an established figure before the Clintons were a thing outside Arkansas).

    2. Jordan was more academic than politician and she had some actual fixed principles; she was, to take one example, a promoter of immigration control. To some extent a caricature of herself as early as age 40, there was still something of the class act about her.

    3. Rustin’s peregrinations over the years took him through the Communist Party and the Fellowship of Reconciliation. Notable about him would be the following: he was one of two notables from the era running from 1954 to 1971 who had something resembling an honest job during the remainder of his life (the other was James Farmer). (He landed a position as a research assistant at the AFL-CIO in 1964 and worked there until he retired. Farmer had a teaching position for which he was at least minimally qualified). He was also associated with Schachtmanite circles and a critic of affirmative action, and for that reason had very little influence on black politics. You’d see articles by him in small circulation publications like The New Leader, but that was it.

    4. See Joseph Epstein and Nathan Glazer on what was left of James Baldwin’s brain by 1985. The man was a poseur who wrote elegantly, but in substance a crank who said nonsensical things. He never in his adult life had any serious responsibilities. He turned in copy on time which others marketed.

    • Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
  59. Anon[235] • Disclaimer says:

    OK, I get it, he didn’t link to or credit me, so I won’t link to him.

    It’s a pain for your readers though. Ask Ron about the rel=”nofollow” attribute value for the “a” tag in HTML. You can have your cake and eat it too.

  60. Cato says:

    And that’s the problem, isn’t it? How does a person with a low IQ fit in a society that values IQ so much. No wonder that they respond by showing that it isn’t only IQ that matters: how loud one talks matters, how hard one hits matters, how many fires one sets matters.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  61. @Anonymous

    I watched that debate. Frum scored a few points on Bannon but mostly gave us his usual mix of humbug and chutzpah. Frum claimed to represent the side that fought against people like Bannon in WW2 and Bannon failed to properly tell him off for that. The idea that soldiers from Canada and the US fought against populism is comical.

    • Replies: @Redman
  62. Polite’s foster parents should consider themselves lucky he didn’t murder them.

    What kind of name is Polite anyway, ethnically? Italian? French (a corruption of Hypolite??).

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
  63. @Kibernetika

    Oh, for cryin’ out loud, I even blogged about it myself – I just changed that post, called 10,003 Maniacs. Thank you very much for the correction, Kibernetika. I go by memory a lot, and it was in the early 1990′s that my friend turned me on the this band. I thought it was all brand new. BTW, that kind of stuff was dubbed “alternative rock” back then, and nobody, but nobody, would ever say “alt-”.

  64. Anon[475] • Disclaimer says:

    This James Polite guy, if he could be sedated and asked the right leading questions, could be great. His writing is incoherent, but I managed to recast some if it, skipping things I just could not make out, and making some guesses, and here’s what I came up with:

    Many rich, progressive Jews, like the the two Jews who “adopted” me [and tried to teach me chess], claim publicly to support egalitarianism, but although they they live in an expensive rented apartment in a gentrified neighborhood where the original blacks were shunted out, they make up for it by inviting other gentrifiers over to discuss the evils of gentrification and what can be done about it.

    Although they superficially oppose gentrification, where they spend most of their time and money is in supporting Israel, giving substantial financial resources to that cause while only giving lip service to the mistreatment of the citizens of Palestine.

    They support more jails to put black men in while opposing funding for minority schools, and would not in a million years let their own kids go to a school with any black or brown kids, other than perhaps a suburban school with a token number of the smarter blacks. And back to the jails: they complain about delays in building them, but have no problem in delaying the construction of promised affordable housing in their neighborhood.

    They spend their money drinking expensive culturally appropriated beverages [presumably not grape KoolAde], paying for water for their garden, and eating expensive out-of-season vegetables like peas and garlic.

    They now protest the deportation of illegal aliens although they weren’t so concerned about it during the Obama administration. Their dream is to get a big grant, to establish some social justice boondoggle, from a big white foundation so that they can hire pet people of color and pull down a six figure salary.

    They decorate their homes built on stolen land with art by indigenous people of color and subscribe to ritzy publications that assure them that they have done their part.

    • Agree: SporadicMyrmidon
    • Replies: @Fred Boynton
  65. Anon[276] • Disclaimer says:

    The Post is on it. No credit to Steve, or the DJ.

    ‘Kill all Jews’ graffiti suspect had a dark online alter-ego

    They got a Quinn quote. The chess playing sponsors are barely mentioned. Next stop, memory hole.

    You need to start using the EXCLUSIVE — MUST CREDIT iSTEVE line like Drudge does.

    Awaiting the Daily Mail treatment.

  66. Anon[276] • Disclaimer says:

    Actually, the Daily Mail had this about him in 2013:

    James Polite, a college student who was ostracized by his family when he came out as gay as a teen, told DNAinfo how he met Quinn at a political rally and made a connection.

    He went on to intern for her at the City Council, and she wrote him college recommendation letters when he was accepted to Brandeis University.

    ‘Once he got in, I called the school to alert them that I wanted him to be watched out for and taken care of. The school must have been like, “Who the hell is this pushy broad?” But I just didn’t want anything to go badly,’ she said.

    She and Catullo paid for his textbooks, bought him a suit, and later paid for his housing in the New York University dorms during the summer holidays.

    ‘I haven’t had the same life I had before I met her. I’ve never had to worry about where I was going to get my next meal from, I haven’t had to worry about anything,’ Polite told DNAinfo.

    ‘I’ve got to be honest with you. You have Christine Quinn make a phone call for you and you get results a little more quicker.’

    He seems to be able to speak in coherent sentences when he wants to.

  67. Anon[123] • Disclaimer says:

    Man’s Struggles With Mental Illness and Addiction Preceded Hate Crimes, Friends Say

    And Quinn has a lengthy tweet up about him.

    Ms. Quinn, who customarily checked in with Mr. Polite almost every day, began hearing from him less. When she did talk to him, his speech and conversations were incoherent. That meant he was off his medications. And when Mr. Polite was not on his medications, that is when some of his ramblings turned anti-Semitic.

    Mental illness is rampant in the black community because of the brutal legacy of slavery and Jim Crow. Let’s hope this young man can get the help he needs. If more immigrants had been let in to work in health care, maybe this would never have happened.

  68. FeFe says:

    Speaking of “land with a view” and “unnoticed in corner office”, did the FBI ever arrest anyone for setting fire simultaneously at the exits of Sarah Palin’s church while knowing women and children were inside?

  69. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    That is exactly the problem. A hundred years ago an 80 IQ person had some economic value. He could work in a dangerous job no one else wanted, like railroad brakeman before air brakes and Janney couplers or in a foundry, because if he screwed up he was the only one killed or maimed and there wasn’t much he or his dependents were going to get if he were killed or maimed. He could do something really repetitive and boring with all the skill taken out of it like bolting wheels on a Model T. He could be a farmhand.

    Automation has greatly reduced the number of very repetitive jobs and even simple, possibly dangerous jobs are not entrusted to people like that. Get coupled up setting out cars and FELA means you get a million dollars if you live. Serious foundry burns could be a million dollar judgment too.

    Assuming you are not going back to nineteenth century laissez faire, these people are liabilities and subsidizing them in some comfort in exchange for not voting or breeding is a good deal for both sides.

  70. @Anon

    Does anyone else get the feeling that James Polite was what John Derbyshire referred to in his infamous “The Talk” essay, as an “IWSB”, or an Intelligent and Well Socialized Black? As reality begins to dawn on the swifter ones, that perhaps Polite actually did have a hand in drawing the naughty symbols, the tone has taken on one of disappointment, a la “James, you’ve let us all down, and we had such plans for you to really go somewhere in life.”

    Mind you, not saying that Polite was the next Obama, but…stranger things have happened.

    • Replies: @notanon
  71. @Anon

    Speaking of the ability to speak in coherent sentences, wonder whatever happened to Rachel Jeantel? As in, where are they now? If only Rachel had lived in NY, and had found a nice white family to adopt her and a sweet but pushy NYC Councilwoman to lend a helping hand, Rachel could be graduating from Brandeis at this very moment.

    And Rachel didn’t even get a book deal out of telling her story in court. Does make you think.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    , @Ed
  72. @Anon

    Newspaper reporters are expected/allowed to “clean up” interview responses to change them into coherent sentences. This is not considered dishonest reporting, it is standard procedure and makes interview responses readable. The fact that the reporter left in a few un-grammatical phrases was his/her attempt to signal that, no, the interviewee does not speak coherently. Who can say for sure, but my guess is that the reporter’s “cleaning up” of incoherent responses was quite extensive in this case.

  73. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    “You have a whole-room shrine dedicated to Natalie Merchant, don’t you?”

    You’re implying that you _don’t_?

    Burn the heretic!

    • Replies: @Jenner Ickham Errican
  74. @Anonymous

    I was kind of rebellious in high school. I had an English class where, for an assignment, we had to find a poem by a famous poet and read it in front of the class. Being familiar with Ginsburg, I described his work to my friends and told them that I would read some of his stuff to the class, just to be kind of a smart ass. We looked up some of his books at the library, and we read some of his poems, I realized that I might be expelled if I read that stuff to a high school English class. So I just read something else.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  75. Kudos to Steve–they really are the same guy!

    It seems that among other things, Polite has been adept at weaseling money out of well-intentioned liberals. Here’s his GoFundMe page from last June right after his Brandeis graduation panhandling for $3,000 to cover his rent while he looked for a job. And sure enough, he got about $1,100 from various virtue-signalers:

    • Replies: @Ed
  76. J says: • Website

    But there really are pyromaniacs out there, so try not to inspire them.

    Well said. People forgets.

  77. Johnmark says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Great song. never heard it before. Thanks.

  78. @Art Deco

    Ok, so where would you place Condoleezza Rice on that scale of famous black gays/lesbians? And of course there has been talk about her for decades now regarding that sort of thing.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Art Deco
  79. @Charles Erwin Wilson II

    Does that justify blowing up David Gelertner ?

    Nope. Nothing in my excerpt would mean that.

  80. Ed says:
    @Charlotte Allen

    He didn’t reach his goal though. I doubt he ever secured the apt. His friend probably told him to bounce at some point. Maybe his Jewish liberal foster parents didn’t come to his rescue this time and he lashed out at Jewish buildings?

    • Replies: @Sam Malone
  81. @MikeatMikedotMike

    Say what you will about Polite’s IQ (or sanity), I think

    “social justice profiteer”


    “race pimp industrial complex”

    have legs, and I look forward to seeing them enter the vernacular.

    • Agree: byrresheim
  82. AndrewR says:

    Reading his (admittedly manic and incoherent) writing there, it’s abundantly obvious his IQ is well over 80. If you can’t see that, then yours almost certainly is not.

  83. AndrewR says:
    @Jack Highlands

    Not that the Hebrew media isn’t giving this particular massacre disproportionate attention, but the first dictionary definition of “massacre” I found is “an indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of people.” I’m not sure how else the Pittsburgh thing could be described, unless you’re one of the fringe nutjobs I have seen on Twitter who think the entire thing was staged, or unless you consider Jews to be non-human (a belief which likely correlates with thinking the massacre was staged).

  84. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, it would be wise for pundits to ease off on the “burn down” metaphors … there really are pyromaniacs out there, so try not to inspire them.

    Steve, your efforts to lower the body count are commendable, but it doesn’t matter. No lefties will ever be held to account for their incitement, nor will their consciences ever prick them, since they have none.

    By contrast, every sin remotely attributable to the right will be a bloody shirt waving in implication of every conservative or white or straight or male forever. If you want a vision of the future, you know.

    As others here have commented, lefties are secretly happy about any of this mayhem that can in any way enhance their victim status, which is to say pretty much all mayhem. Black shoots black in the ghetto? That’s “structural racism” or “the legacy of redlining” or “overpolicing”/”underpolicing” (or maybe both). Jews, women and LGBQWERTYs need to be promoted to compensate! What if the facts don’t (or can’t) fit? Massacre of Christians at prayer? Mass rapes of European children? Assassinations of police officers? Jews/blacks/Muslims committing hate crimes/hoaxes? Right down the memory hole it goes. Except when it’s time to publish the hate crime statistics. Then it counts again for numbers, so long as no one brings up the actual facts of the cases.

    As an effete Parisian dramatist exulted from his penthouse while watching the revolutionary mob rampaging through the street below: “See my pageant passing!”

    They want the violence Steve. It’s not a bug. It’s a feature.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
  85. AndrewR says:

    Looks like that fat English late night show host

  86. AndrewR says:
    @Tiny Duck.

    Sailer, if the GOP takes both houses and TD doesn’t doxx himself verifiably, you had better ban him

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  87. @Anonymous

    these people are liabilities and subsidizing them in some comfort in exchange for not voting or breeding is a good deal for both sides.

    I agree and wish more people did. While we (society) have been pretty good about the “subsidizing” part, we’ve been terrible at the “in exchange for not voting or breeding” part, which we not only subsidize and encourage, but we import additional fecund 80 IQers to multiply the burdens we already have.

  88. Anonymous[271] • Disclaimer says:

    I thought it was generally accepted that GW was banging her like a screen door, no?

    • Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
  89. @International Jew

    “Polite’s foster parents should consider themselves lucky he didn’t murder them.”

    Indeed. Do people realize how hazardous is the hobby of adopting street youth, pit bulls, Liverpool foundlings, asylum seekers, etc.?

    Hmmm … maybe sh*tlibs should be encouraged to carry on their vain practices? These jumbo size redpills might be the only cure for their jumbo size vanity preening.

    “What kind of name is Polite anyway, ethnically? Italian? French (a corruption of Hypolite??).”

    I wonder that too. I’m thinking French by way of Louisiana or Haiti.

  90. Steve, it’s stretching things to call typing ‘James Polite’ into Google a ‘scoop’. I can’t see a link to Rosiak’s article – I’m assuming that’s an oversight.

  91. @Anonymous

    If you believe in the Flynn effect, isn’t someone of IQ 80 today the equivalent of a university professor in 1918?

    • Replies: @notanon
  92. Friday is the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht. I suggest that James be kept in ‘protective custody’ that evening.

    • Replies: @Prester John
  93. @cliff arroyo

    You’re implying that you _don’t_?

    N-no of course I don’t … I mean, she’s okay, I guess… anyway how ‘bout them Red Sox—that was a doozy, right? uhhh

  94. notanon says:

    not saying that Polite was the next Obama, but

    there might be dozens of sidney poitier clones being constructed like this as manchurian candidates for future political office – makes me wonder about the background of that black journalist who made all those synagogue bomb threats a while back.

  95. @Almost Missouri

    I don’t think it’s a good comparison.

  96. @Almost Missouri

    “If you want a vision of the future, you know.”

    If you want a vision of the future, imagine Max Boot stamping on a Christian face, forever.

  97. @AndrewR

    “Reading his (admittedly manic and incoherent) writing”

    Yeah, it’s kind of like yours. Your jab was just you defending one of your own.

  98. notanon says:
    @Henry's Cat

    not if the flynn effect is iodine supplementation and/or increased fish consumption

    • Replies: @Henry's Cat
  99. @Achmed E. Newman

    Exactly – Ted actually accomplished something on his own before he allowed his thoughts to become action. Polite is another subsidized product of entitlement.

  100. @Anonymous

    From the link.

    “Yoga pants are seen as an affront to the incel community, where they are seen a cruel reminder of the men’s inadequacy.”


    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  101. TheJester says:

    Do we have enough inductive evidence to anticipate that new anti-minority and anti-Jewish graffiti are most likely hate hoaxes … on the part of minorities and Jews to incite hatred against Whites?

    If it is a hoax, a few questions:

    If Jewish or minority hoaxers are caught, what are the chances they will be let off with community service or less? It was just a joke … a Halloween prank … just a bunch of kids using bad judgment, right? What’s the harm?

    If on a rare occasion a White male is caught and found guilty, how would he be punished?

    What are the chances that the MSM and other institutions will continue their White bashing long after a graffiti incident is exposed as a hate hoax?

    The Lifecycle of a White-Baiting Hate Hoax … Kansas State Univeresity

    The news hit Kansas State University like a thunderclap — just months after students found a noose hanging from a tree on campus, someone painted racial slurs on a car parked at an apartment complex near campus with messages like “Go home n****r boy,” and “Whites only.”

    Police opened a criminal investigation. The Federal Bureau of Investigation was called in. The images hit the news media and social media alike and caused a storm of controversy.

    “At the moment, minority students generally do not feel safe on campus,” Darrell Reese, president of the Black Student Union at the school, said Friday.

    Top university administrators and city leaders met with the union and other students during an emergency meeting Wednesday. Dean of Students Pat Bosco held a national Facebook Live discussion the following day to address concerns. Bosco noted the school was getting ready to announce a major gift to create a Multicultural Student Center on campus, saying the center would be a welcoming and safe place for students and “a space that drives success.”

    The university also plans to hire two new leadership positions tasked with diversity and multicultural student life issues.

    After the Hoax was Exposed …

    “Even if the incident wasn’t real the reactions are real. The good thing about our community is people get together and talk about this stuff. But the tensions here are a direct reflection of national mood right now.”

    “I would like to deeply apologize to the community. The whole situation got out of hand when it shouldn’t have even started. It was just a Halloween prank that got out of hand. I wish I could go back to that night but I can’t. I just want to apologize from the bottom of my heart for the pain and news I have brought you all.”

    The incident was so wrenching for the local community and university that the campus’s Black Student Union is calling for criminal charges to be filed against Williams. Authorities, however, declined to do so after investigating. Riley County police said in a statement that charging Williams for filing a false police report “would not be in the best interests of the citizens who comprise the Manhattan community.”

    “While Williams’ mistake had a decidedly negative impact on the community, please recognize that he, like many of us when we were young, is a young man who made a mistake and is now doing his best to own up to it.”

    Please note that there were permanent repercussions from the White-baiting hate hoax. KSU now has two new university positions for graduates of the university’s Black Studies Program.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  102. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    And Rachel didn’t even get a book deal out of telling her story in court. Does make you think.

    IIRC, Rachel did get a contract for a book deal, but couldn’t sign the contract because she didn’t know cursive. ;-)

  103. @PaceLaw

    ‘Are we sure he’s not somehow related to Obama?’

    ? Didn’t you just say he was black?

  104. @Anon

    Oy Vey! Die schwarzen is an anti-semite!

  105. nebulafox says:
    @Tiny Duck.

    Has anybody else noticed the period? Come on, people.

  106. @Kaz

    Poetry slams, at the very least.

  107. @Tiny Duck.

    Why bother doxxing yourself, Ducky? Nobody cares.

    At worst, someone might tp your house. But Mischief Night is over, so we probably won’t even make the effort there.

  108. @Anonymous

    Eww, gross. Actually, Condi’s been living with a fellow professor at Stanford for decades. So again, why isn’t her name placed among famous black gays? Is it that some elites really are untouchable and can’t even be whispered about? Seriously? It would be so politically correct, for the GOP to come out and say “See? We have one too, and she’s black as well. Give us extra Pokemon points for both.”

  109. Anonymous[205] • Disclaimer says:

    What?? His writing is like those college “debate” videos that were circulating a while back.

  110. @Tiny Duck.

    Praying. Always wanted to know who hides behind those feathers.

  111. @Henry's Cat

    It’ll be interesting to see how Big Media is going to treat that occasion.

  112. Art Deco says:

    She’s a 64 year old spinster. Not all that uncommon among professional class black women.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    , @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
  113. Jack D says:
    @Art Deco

    Black women have done better than black men in general – there’s no black male equivalent of Oprah. Since women are hypergamous it’s hard for black women to find matches among black men that are more (or even equally) accomplished, especially since accomplished black men seem to prefer white women along with everyone else. Sometimes these women can find white men but most white men are not attracted to black women. So it’s a very tough dating market among black females in the professional class.

  114. Redman says:
    @Cagey Beast

    Frum really fell apart during his closing statement, which was at turns nonsensical and maudlin. He wanted people to wear some lapel pin, ostensibly in memory of dead Jews, the Holocaust, or something.

    It was odd, since the whole concept of it being 1939 because of Trump is insane. But that’s how folks like Frum feel (assuming they’re being honest, which I suppose is a big assumption)

    I liked Bannon’s first comment of his closing. Essentially, “nice job David, but totally irrelevant.” Which it was.

    • Replies: @notanon
  115. @Jack D

    Sometimes these women can find white men but most white men are not attracted to black women. So it’s a very tough dating market among black females in the professional class.

    Is it even possible to tell if the problem has nothing to do with physical attraction, and everything to do with the potential for all kinds of racially-charged conversations? The majority of blacks I have dealt with have brought up anti-black racism at some point in time. Who wants to deal with that day in and day out, in a life partner? A guy who is stuck on black women, such as Robert De Niro, has probably embraced the black narrative. But how many men are like De Niro?

  116. @Almost Missouri

    I agree. Perhaps he was trying to write something logical and coherent. But what he ended up producing is reminiscent of some stream of consciousness beat prose poetry – like Ginsberg’s Howl.

  117. Ed says:

    After the trial a group of African-American professionals tried to help her out with the goal of getting her to college. Tom Joyner offered to pay her tuition. It was a struggle she was reading at a 4th grade level. They did improve her reading but it became too much. She said she wanted to be a cosmetologist.

    Her social media is public but she’s private about what she’s doing. Her Facebook claims she’s attending a HBCU but doesn’t specify which one.

    • Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
  118. Ed says:
    @Jack D

    Robert Smith is wealthier than Oprah. Started off as a technology banker at Goldman during the dotcom boom. Branched out on his own founding Vista Equity, a private equity firm.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  119. Anon[252] • Disclaimer says:

    Svigor says :

    She sees a BBC. Tiny Duck’s thing is Jewish projection

    Wow nice Freudian* slip !!!!
    Nice to know whats on your mind . Why you think so much about bbc , you white nationalist !! So typical……..

    *100+ years after his death (((he))) is still making life miserable for goyim like Svigor.

    • Replies: @Svigor
  120. “You can use “tear down” or the like. But there really are pyromaniacs out there, so try not to inspire them.”

    But then there would be no purification/disgust symbolism in it.

  121. notanon says:

    It was odd, since the whole concept of it being 1939 because of Trump is insane.

    hard to say if it’s just an act or not but i think it’s plausible that living as a minority for so many centuries probably selects for paranoia, anxiety etc.

  122. J.Ross says: • Website

    And, of course, he played guitar for Siouxie and brought the world Desolation.

  123. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Mike Zwick

    Had you done this, the teacher would probably have completely misunderstood, and tried to take you under his wing …

  124. J.Ross says: • Website

    TD getting to post means I (and you) get to post. I am disgusted by everybody taking this line. Show me the knife TD used to force you to read and reply to his spam.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  125. AndrewR says:

    Who forced him to promise to dox himself if the GOP wins on Tuesday?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  126. @Jack D

    Ironically, there has also been whispers about Oprah for decades as well (e.g. her “friendship” with Gayle King). If a conservative/GOP/Moral Majority etc. had that kind of same sex friendship and wasn’t married, the MSM would be all over it for several years, bringing it up whenever it suited their purpose.

  127. @Art Deco

    Yes, but spinsters often turn out to be lesbian. After all, the same thing was said about bisexual anthropologist Margaret Mead. Back then, the MSM generally looked the other way as Mead during the latter part of her life had achieved an MSM respectability and generally endorsed the PC left wing causes. Mead was clearly one of the protected people.

    Again, if Rice is part of the protected untouchable class, that’s one thing. If she were in fact a Christian fundamentalist conservative, she would be subjected to MSM examination.

    So apparently no one can or prefers not to notice that Condoleezza Rice may not be straight.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  128. J.Ross says: • Website

    How did you know he had said that? Is it because you freely chose to read a Tiny Duck comment?
    We don’t censor. The other side censors, and as a result, they are routinely surprised.

  129. Svigor says:

    Might wanna look up “Freudian Slip” there, genius.

    • Replies: @Anon
  130. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Condoleezza is a member of the two most desirable/exclusive country clubs in America: Augusta National and Cypress Point.

    • Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
  131. AndrewR says:

    We get it, bud. You’re smarter than every black person who has ever existed. Cool.

  132. @Ed

    That’s not much different than all the help was done for James Polite, ‘cept it wasn’t in NY where most of the national influence and action occurs.

    And remember: Within ten years, Rachel will be officially counted as part of the talented top 1o% of African-Americans in IQ, intelligence. Expect to see Rachel on CNN sometime within the mid. 2020′s as a guest correspondent/African-American expert on community based stories (e.g. national crime stories similar to Trayvon).

  133. Anon[252] • Disclaimer says:

    I drank BBC. I liked BBC. I still like BBC.
    Svigor -2018

  134. @Steve Sailer

    Golf. Oh my.

    In your fairly influential article, (“Why Lesbians Aren’t Gay) when outlining the preferences of gays vs lesbians, golf was specifically brought up. While the LPGA may have had such straights as Nancy Lopez as their public face, close to a majority of lady pro golfers are lesbian. So in a sense the larger point is made and perhaps the question is being answered. If Rice were head of a well known straight feminine organization such as Mary Kay, or say, L’oreal, that would help assuage any doubts. But golf? Therefore the questions still remain. And, wasn’t she also interested in becoming NFL commissioner as a dream job?

    Hm. These observations are going a long ways to explaining some things. Honestly, except for a passing reference to a date decades plus ago, there is next to nothing regarding her private life and men. Apparently Rice is part of the protected untouchables.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  135. @MikeatMikedotMike

    What do you mean “we”? You’re the only one whining here. Don’t pretend like you speak for any one else here. You should just keep on being Polite.

  136. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Condoleezza Rice is an intelligent black woman with a lot of stereotypically masculine interests (Cold War superpower rivalry, golf, the NFL), as well as a refined interest (playing classical music) that is not macho. She also has, apparently, a pleasant personality and is not a pain in the butt to be around.

    And guess what? The white male Republican establishment absolutely loved her and has showered jobs and honors and sinecures upon her.

  137. @Ed

    Maybe his Jewish liberal foster parents didn’t come to his rescue this time and he lashed out at Jewish buildings?

    This exactly, I bet,

  138. @TheJester

    “If Jewish or minority hoaxers are caught, what are the chances they will be let off with community service or less? It was just a joke … a Halloween prank … just a bunch of kids using bad judgment, right? What’s the harm?”

    Depends … Jackie Coakley was cunning enough that she never went to the cops so she got off scot-free.

    On the other hand, lots of hate hoaxers who went to the cops got in trouble. A Claremont professor, for example, went to prison for trying to frame her conservative white male students with trashing her Honda.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  139. @Steve Sailer

    No one said she isn’t intelligent, that was never in doubt. Although it can be argued that her expertise in Cold War studies, Russia, etc didn’t really help the US very much in the Middle East-based War on Terror.

    True, playing classical music isn’t macho. It can often be associated with gays. (e.g. Van Kliburn, Liberace, Elton John–started out as a classically trained pianist). Lesbians are also represented in the classical music stage (whether as conductors, pianists, singers, etc).

    Example: At CMU there is an African-American professor who teaches Foreign Affairs, etc. Kiron Skinner who was a protege under Rice back during her undergraduate days at Stanford. Charitably put, no one will ever mistake Ms. Skinner for being straight. It is fairly obvious in her case. Nothing more than an interesting coincidence or three degrees of separation, but Ms. Skinner studied under Ms. Rice and knows her fairly well. Perhaps due to the plain fact that there are so few African-Americans in the GOP power structure.

    But again, no one is arguing that Ms. Rice isn’t bright or talented. It is, however, a fair question to consider. In the nation’s capital, DC, where just about every single major player on the world stage of power, whether Congressmen, justices, Cabinet Heads, the President, etc. something about their private lives regarding having children, a love interest, etc. is fairly well documented (admittedly some are more extensively documented than others, but the information isn’t that hard to research online).

    In today’s world of the internet, research, etc. Rice is a very, very, notable exception. Therefore one has to reasonably conclude that she is at best bisexual and at worst, not straight. And apparently she is one of the untouchables.

  140. @YetAnotherAnon

    Nope, just another George Sodini, attacking women who exercise to.look good for other guys.

  141. @Steve Sailer

    The left hates her because the Republicans love her. That means she’s not black or gay enough.

  142. anon[109] • Disclaimer says:
    @Almost Missouri

    Nothing about the bloke suggests that he could have invented these phrases himself.

  143. Anonymous[363] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Sailer

    A Claremont professor, for example, went to prison for trying to frame her conservative white male students with trashing her Honda.

    Yeah, but for insurance fraud. If she had just stuck to scamming the cops, then maybe no jail time.

  144. @notanon

    You appear to be confusing cause with effect. But the quandry is real – the evidence attests to a persistent rise in raw IQ scores across decades, and yet, common sense rebels against the notion.

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