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From the Dayton Daily News:

Dayton shooter was armed counter-protester at Ku Klux Klan rally
LOCAL Aug 06, 2019
By Will Garbe, Hasan Karim, Staff Writer

The man who killed nine people in Dayton’s Oregon District was seen carrying a gun and protesting against the Ku Klux Klan at a rally downtown in May.

Connor Betts, 24, was shot and killed by Dayton police during the Sunday morning rampage. Neither the police nor the FBI have identified a motive for the attack, though the federal authorities said Tuesday he “was exploring violent ideologies” before the shooting.

The May 25 rally attracted about 500 to 600 counter-protesters who opposed the nine Klansman who came from Indiana and protested in Courthouse Square. The counter-protest group was fenced 0ff away from the Klansman and several people in the crowd were seen carrying firearms.

Hasan Karim, who knew Betts and grew up in Bellbrook in the same high school class, was in the crowd accompanying freelance journalists and was taking pictures of the event. Karim bumped into someone in the crowd and the man told him ‘You don’t know me.’ The two said hello to each other and Karim recognized Betts by his voice, body and mannerisms in their brief interaction.

Betts wore a bandanna covering part of his face and sunglasses. He carried a gun which appeared to be similar in style to the one used in Sunday’s shooting.

From my Taki’s Magazine column six years ago:

The KKKrazy Glue That Holds the Obama Coalition Together
by Steve Sailer

March 13, 2013

 
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  1. Well, if nothing else it explains why Dayton has been ‘memory-holed’.

    • Replies: @istevefan
    , @mmack
    , @AnotherDad
  2. Prosa123 says:

    His sister, one of his victims, was living as a man and wanted to be referred to as “he.”

    Contrary to most news reports, Betts did not use a rifle, at least not as that term is usually defined. His firearm used an AR-15 action but had a short barrel and no shoulder stock, and therefore was a pistol under federal and state law.

  3. J.Ross says:

    So whachu tellin me is that the Dayton [shouting] white incel assault rifle mass shooter was [whispering] an antifa counterprotester [shouting] at a Klan rally. [normal voice]
    This is how mainstream journalism works.

  4. Mr. Anon says:

    The Dayton Fiend was: 1.) a satanist, 2.) meth-smoker, 3.) adderall-user, 4.) violent video-game player, 5.) “grind-porn” (a violent, pornographic, misogynistic metal genre) “singer”, 6.) anti-fa wannabe, and……………….7.) woke left-liberal, 8.) Bernie-Bro, and 9.) Elizabeth Warren supporter.

    Bernie and Liz should be asked – often – why someone like this supports them? How does his support reflect upon them? Have they disavowed him yet? What are they doing to incite people like this? What is it in their message that attracts psychotic killers like this?

    Tie him to them. Hang him on them. Make them disavow.

  5. istevefan says:
    @Mr McKenna

    Well, if nothing else it explains why Dayton has been ‘memory-holed’.

    There is always a back-and-forth between sides in a debate where both sides think they get the short end of the stick in a situation where the other side gets off easy. However, in most cases it is really hard to compare the specific gripes because there are so many variables involved that it is hard to evaluate.

    But in this case we have something that I have never seen. We have two mass shootings within 30 hours of one another. No other events such as a war, natural disaster, financial collapse, etc., occurred during this news cycle. So neither side could say that a momentous news event bumped it from coverage.

    What we finally have is a real life experiment to see if the media does have a bias, and if so, in which direction. We have two big shooting events with nothing else competing for the news cycle. Yet one event gets the lion’s share of the attention, while as you say the other is memory-holed.

    • Agree: Prodigal son
  6. @Mr. Anon

    Is the alleged musical genre “grind porn”, “pornogrind” or “porncore”? I don’t think this disgusting form of music is to blame for this massacre, but I bet it did not aid in keeping this unstable, broken individual on the straight and narrow.

    This is why we need people to fear hell.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @gp
    , @Mr. Anon
  7. Anonymous[282] • Disclaimer says:

    One of his ex bandmates said he posed as woke to get laid. Which is very beta and must’ve contributed to his rage issue. And would’ve likely been discarded as a strategy down the road in favor of a more Ted Bundy style direct approach—if he was able to control his mass casualty event obsession.

  8. Anon[367] • Disclaimer says:

    The guy sounds like he had borderline personality disorder and was just plain unstable. His sister is a tip-off. She was living as a man and wanted to be called by a man’s name? She had border personality disorder too. It tends to run in families.

    • Replies: @miss marple
  9. @Prosa123

    His sister, one of his victims, was living as a man and wanted to be referred to as “he.”

    So was Conner.

  10. @Clifford Brown

    And the difference between this and Hendrix is…?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  11. The woke are waking up to the news that the sister wanted to be a boy. Wonder if that was the trigger for his attack? In for a penny, in for a pound as we say over here.

    https://splinternews.com/friends-say-that-sibling-murdered-by-dayton-shooter-was-1837035664

    #JordanCofer seems to be accelerating on twitter.

  12. @Mr. Anon

    Tie him to them. Hang him on them. Make them disavow.

    Fortunately for politicians, they are never, ever called to answer to people like us.

  13. Pericles says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    The woke are waking up to the news that the sister wanted to be a boy.

    I’m so triggered that journalists hatefully referred to him as a woman. Fire them! Doxx them! Destroy their lives!

    • Agree: Prodigal son
  14. Kyle says:

    He sure was sniffing the crazy glue, but that doesn’t excuse violent behavior. Protesting a KKK rally by carrying a gun and covering your face is psychotic. Normal people don’t protest the KKK, we just ignore it and hope it goes away. To protest it in the manner he did was a red flag. Even with his liberal posturing he really isn’t much different than the El Paso shooter. He’s a violent schizophrenic who suffered an episode. Your sister turning into a tranny man is disturbing to anyone, especially an unemployed virgin schizophrenic. It was all too much for him to keep a handle on reality. So he shot up his sister and a bunch of black party goers. What an asshole. Normal people aren’t violent racist assholes, nor are we homophobic murderers. But this antifa larper was, go figure. These late adolescent schitzos all see to be internalizing antifa violence they see on tv. Even though Antifa themselves aren’t killing anyone, in their heads the El Paso shooter was combatting antifa and the Dayton shooter was fighting for Antifa. The FBI should shut them down.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  15. gp says:

    Wow, has it been SIX years already since the Oberlin blanket incident? Tempus fugit!

  16. gp says:
    @Clifford Brown

    Without knowing the lyrics of this sample video of porncore performance, I really could not tell you if this music is evil or not. I assume it has few fans in any case.

    The very popular gangsta music genre has easily heard and easily understood and unmistakably evil lyrics and imagery, and it animates the violent crime embraced by our black underclass, right down to their feral pre-teens. It has the same mainstream acceptance as rock or pop. It treats women worse than dogs. Its stars taunt and ambush-murder each other, as an integral part of the art form.

    The gangsta music culture is a lethal abomination that costs hundreds or thousands of American lives each year. How did blacks descend from Ellington down to this poisonous dreck?

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
  17. There’s something about Ohio that does things to peoples’ minds.

    Calm down, folks ….

  18. unit472 says:

    They run old ( circa 1990) Simpsons episodes on Fox. Yesterday they had Mel Gibson doing a remake of “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington”. Homer complains the film is ‘boring’ so Gibson agrees to reshoot the ending wherein he runs amok on the Senate floor and , mimicking Curly of the Three Stooges, takes an M-16 and machineguns Senators before decapitating the POTUS. This was cutting edge comedy 30 years ago. Matt Groening would be Roseann Barred today for doing that.

  19. “The man who killed nine people in Dayton’s Oregon District was seen carrying a gun and protesting against the Ku Klux Klan at a rally downtown in May.”

    What, was the FBI having a job fair?

  20. @Anon

    “Antisocial” is the pd you’re looking for. It’s characterized by violent, sociopathic tendencies and is often the male counterpart to the borderline female.

  21. Mr. Anon says:
    @Clifford Brown

    His pals in this “musical” genre were interviewed, as was a member of a band that he was a fan of. That band in particular was famous for a song about serial killer Richard Ramirez. Album art of that song was on the killers T-shirt when we went on his murder spree. And yet all these guys were saying that there is nothing wrong about what they do. They purposefully dwell in a sewer, making up songs about murder and depravity, and don’t seem to see how lengthy exposure to that might have any effect on someone.

    By the way, what little I heard of this “music” on a youtube video was just undifferentiated noise mixed with angry screaming. These woke white-boys have managed to create a (so-called) musical genre that is even worse – far worse – than rap. And that’s saying something.

  22. @Prosa123

    Those AR pistols have become quite the style now that BATFE has approved the use of “arm brace” attachments, haven’t they?

  23. @Paul Mendez

    Those AR pistols have become quite the style now that BATFE has approved the use of “arm brace” attachments, haven’t they?

    They’re a nice way to convert or build an SBR and actually have use of it during the time that it takes to wait for ATF processing and tax stamp.

    They’re close enough that many people don’t even bother completing the process to produce the full SBR.

  24. @gp

    The gangsta music culture is a lethal abomination that costs hundreds or thousands of American lives each year. How did blacks descend from Ellington down to this poisonous dreck?

    Blacks made better music–and did a better job organizing their lives–under “white supremacy”.

    But, to be fair, the other element here is direction from record company executives to push this stuff.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @MBlanc46
  25. @Mr McKenna

    Well, if nothing else it explains why Dayton has been ‘memory-holed’.

    Well, it sure would have helped if the person, who was having the El Paso shooter used as justification to attack and delegitimize him, would have highlighted the Dayton shooter’s politics.

    In fact, Trump could have used both shootings as a call for all of us to tolerate open, spirited debate of ideas we disagree without demanding people be silenced, punching people out or shooting them, and specifically tied Antifa to Dayton, Charlottesville mayhem, numerous campus assaults and attacks on Trump supporters.

    Instead, Trump let the media turn this into a “silence deplorable whitey” campaign. Minoritarianism already took away freedom of association–easiest to do because our founders had no idea that such a basic right could even be under threat and hence did not write it down. The establishment left has been targeting the right to bear arms more or less forever, as that would get them complete super-state supremacy. And in the last decade, they’ve really ramped up attacks on freedom of speech. Allowing white gentiles to freely discuss their dispossession and replacement! That’s criminal!

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  26. @Achmed E. Newman

    In college we Easterners carpooled for the thousand-mile trip home for Christmas break. One year, the guy who supplied the car of course chose the music. He kept playing this awful attempt by some white garage guy to sound “authentically” bluesy. The lyrics were embarrassing, a dumb theme clumsily executed. The performance was turgid.

    What came to mind was Robert Klein’s mock “what is a mojo anyway?” act.

    Years later, I learned that we were listening to Clapton’s “Blues Power”. So much for “God”.

    • LOL: bomag
    • Replies: @Laugh Track
  27. eah says:

    Just like big tech does with “hate” on their social media platforms.

    • Replies: @eah
  28. eah says:
    @eah

    FWIW — but one can (now) imagine it happening one day in the US too.

    link

    • Replies: @gp
  29. @YetAnotherAnon

    I rather think that both of them were genetically defective …

  30. @AnotherDad

    Blacks made better music–and did a better job organizing their lives–under “white supremacy

    Detroit once offered a solid musical education in the public schools, even some classical. This paid off for Motown.

  31. @AnotherDad

    The establishment left has been targeting the right to bear arms more or less forever, as that would get them complete super-state supremacy.

    Actually, they’re just extending the Democrats’ 200-year-old policy for blacks to whites as well.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  32. Yeah, this guy was once antifa, but most of the people he killed were black. That suggests to me that he left that ideology behind.

    Or maybe he was just incompetent; he shot up a bar and didn’t realize most of the people there at that time would be black, I don’t know.

    • Replies: @bomag
  33. J.Ross says:
    @Kyle

    Good point. The KKK is literally the reason why you are not allowed to wear a mask at a protest. The only thing the left is interested in is exempting itself from the law.

  34. gp says:

    “Blacks made better music–and did a better job organizing their lives–under “white supremacy””

    It’s a small irony that a black-hating racist like myself listens to jazz. At least 50% of the performers are black. I listen only to albums and artists I’ve never heard before. Once every two years, I harvest all the recently added jazz DVDs at all our library branches, rip em all, and play them in the car on thumb drive. I spend ten hours a week in the car, and that quantity of rips lasts me the full two years.

    There’s lots of good jazz being performed in this century. Most of the bands now have to include at least one Tribute To Trayvon on each album, just like performers in the last century all had to cover Strange Fruit. Lame as those tributes are, the totality of today’s jazz genre is very good, and much of it has new melodies escaping the confines of the “standards” trap.

    Of course, the library always mis-labels some non-jazz black albums as “Jazz,” and almost all that non-jazz needs to be skipped over. The modern genre of gospel-inflected black (or black-mimicking white) female vocals is just awful, a competition for which singer can insert the most “warbles” into a single note, and it is so very bad. The soul stuff, all of it to a driving steady disco beat, is boring; I think of it as “music for black people to have sex by.” I’d rather listen to porncore.

    • Replies: @gp
  35. @Prosa123

    Contrary to most news reports, Betts did not use a rifle, at least not as that term is usually defined. His firearm used an AR-15 action but had a short barrel and no shoulder stock, and therefore was a pistol under federal and state law.

    After these shootings there’s always a chorus about “assault weapons”.

    [Upfront: I’m not a big gun guy, not very knowledgeable. (My Mossberg 500 seems sufficient for my sporting and home defense needs.)]

    But a lot of these shootings–indoors–it’s unclear to me that dragging in a rifle had anything to do with the body count. Swinging around a rifle is more difficult in close quarters than a hand gun. It’s advanatage is in power and accuracy–ergo essentially to be able to kill at range.

    The Las Vegas guy needed his rifle and bump stock to kill like he did. Or the Texas Tower killer back when i was a kid.

    But most of these indoor shooters it looks to me like the killer could have carried in a few–say 9 millimeter–handguns and killed away just as well. Sandy Hook elementary with a bunch of unarmed nice white ladies … that POS could have had a machete and wracked up a huge body count.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  36. gp says:
    @gp

    “Blacks … did a better job organizing their lives–under “white supremacy””

    Were blacks better behaved during some period before 1960? I’ve read that they married more then than today, and I know many ascended to middle-class with the Great Migration.

    But did they really really not have the defiant, angry mien that they have today? Did they not shoot up their cities, and steal everything not nailed down, like they do today? If they did behave better back then, it could only be because they feared consequences for their behavior.

    Today, they wear the consequences with pride; they seem to _want_ to go to prison, a goal they choose when quite young. Some of them beg to be shot by LE. When black predators are repelled by a display of lethal force, they often casually turn and saunter slowly away from the defender, instead of running in fear, as if they are _wishing_ to be shot in the back.

    People say it wasn’t like that once upon a time; I dunno.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  37. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @gp

    They showed more of such tendencies than did white people, to be sure, but mostly they killed or carved each other up , though nothing like at the rate they do today. Blacks who behaved properly and conducted themselves with prudence had few problems.

    Between the end of WWI and WWII things got better for most blacks and between WWII and the md-60’s, better still. The trends were improving.

    A lot of blacks were dirt bags but they stayed in Darktown and curbed their worst impulses lest an ill-aimed ‘warning shot” dispatch them or they get taken into the police basement and whipped on a little. Rare blacks who went feral on whites wound up dead or on the chain gang.

    After LBJ it all went to shit.

    • Replies: @gp
  38. gp says:
    @eah

    In Australia, you have to state the reason you want to own a gun to get one. “Self defense” is specifically excluded from the valid reasons by their law. That is more outrageous than red-flag laws.

  39. gp says:
    @Anonymous

    “Rare blacks who went feral on whites wound up dead or on the chain gang.”

    So they DID fear something back then? They seem fearless today. Nihilistic, anarchic, proud outlaws.

    I’m 65. We were taught that the only reason for lynchings was petty crap like whistling at white women. It was only a few years ago I began to suspect there might be more reasons than that. It looks like the total lynchings in the USA (all races, not just black) for all its history was around 5000, which is less than a single year’s worth of the black perpetrated USA murders today, is it not? Today we abort blacks instead of lynching them.

    I wish they were all like the young Dizzy Gillespie. He was cool, unthreatening, happy without stooping down to Mantan’s level, didn’t project the inextinguishable burning hatred that Miles always did. Or if they were all like Chris Rock maybe.

    I’m listening to Roy Brown right now.

  40. gp says:

    “But most of these indoor shooters it looks to me like the killer could have carried in a few–say 9 millimeter–handguns and killed away just as well.”

    The Korean monster that shot up VT used two handguns. Dunblane a-hole used a single revolver I think. That piece of dogsh*t Roof used a single Glock. The Dayton atrocity you speak of was stopped with handguns.

    Weapon choices abound. A fiend in Japan killed over 30 people last week with nothing but gasoline.

    I advise you to try an AR for yourself to be better informed. It’s not as hard to swing around as you think. Reliable, light yet low recoil. It feels like a Mattel toy compared to a Garand or hunting rifle. One of mine is a carbon-composite, even lighter than the usual aluminum rifles. I collect old milsurp and I never thought I’d be interested in “black rifles” until I tried em. Now they are a focus of my rifle practice, second only to rimfire rifle practice.

    I don’t own a shotgun. Choosing among the Mossberg vs AR vs Other for home defense, I say use a handgun like a G17 or B92, or a lower-power carbine like an M1 carbine. Those options have higher capacity, and reload faster than your shotgun. The handguns can be conceal carried or car carried outside the home, there’s more places you can practice shooting with pistols than with a shotgun, and I’m guessing 9mm is cheaper than shotgun shells. An AR will overpenetrate and kill your neighbors. If you want the shotgun for the “freeze them with fright” aura of a shotgun, it doesn’t matter. If they’re inside your house, shoot em, don’t scare em, because they are there to kill you.

    If you have kids, or if they ever visit, make dam sure you have those guns locked up good. I don’t want them shooting at each other or at you or at me, and nobody wants to be forced to shoot back at them. If you think kids obey orders when adults aren’t around, and trust them, then don’t own guns.

  41. bomag says:
    @President barbicane

    Yeah, this guy was once antifa… he left that ideology behind.

    Indicates a type antifa attracts.

    Plenty of guys are willing to suit up and arm up regardless the ideology.

  42. Corvinus says:

    Meanwhile, the shooter in El Paso clearly stated he was targeting Mexican varmints. Indeed, kkkrazy-glue, compliments of the Coalition of the Right Fringe groups.

    Thanks for the fair and balanced coverage, Mr. Sailer.

  43. MBlanc46 says:
    @AnotherDad

    Segregation was good for everybody. Whites knew it and most blacks knew it. If we’d just been a bit better at simulating the “equal” part of “separate but equal”, this might still be a great nation.

    • Agree: ben tillman
    • Replies: @ben tillman
  44. @Reg Cæsar

    “Actually, they’re just extending the Democrats’ 200-year-old policy for blacks to whites as well.”

    Or, so says Dinesh D’Souza. The first handgun and concealed carry prohibitions came from red republicans during their military occupation of the defeated southern states (euphemistically referred to as “reconstruction”) and were aimed strictly at white people.

    GOPtards refuse to admit that their party was the first socialist party to gain power in the US, and that the democrats were the conservatives while the New England radicals ran the government exactly the same way that the Obama administration did.

    You watch too much CNN.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  45. @AnotherDad

    “The Las Vegas guy needed his rifle and bump stock to kill like he did. Or the Texas Tower killer back when i was a kid. ”

    Wrong on both points. The Las Vegas shooting was obviously done with more than one belt fed machine gun, probably 7.62×51, and (also obviously) couldn’t have been done with an AR variant in 5.56×45 equipped with a bump stock.. The “Texas Tower killer” used a bolt action rifle.

  46. @Reg Cæsar

    In college we Easterners carpooled for the thousand-mile trip home for Christmas break. One year, the guy who supplied the car of course chose the music. He kept playing this awful attempt by some white garage guy to sound “authentically” bluesy. The lyrics were embarrassing, a dumb theme clumsily executed. The performance was turgid.

    What came to mind was Robert Klein’s mock “what is a mojo anyway?” act.

    Years later, I learned that we were listening to Clapton’s “Blues Power”. So much for “God”.

    It seems to me that Clapton’s “God” era was when he was with John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers and the Yardbirds. He was already overripe in the Cream era and following that excess decided to take it easy for the rest of his career with stripped down and acoustic easy listening “blues”. A lot of addiction issues didn’t help.

  47. @MBlanc46

    Segregation was good for everybody. Whites knew it and most blacks knew it. If we’d just been a bit better at simulating the “equal” part of “separate but equal”, this might still be a great nation.

    Does it really need to be equal when whites are paying for it all? 100 years ago in South Carolina when the state was 50-50 black-white the Negro schools received 13 tax dollars from whites for every tax dollar they received from blacks.

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
  48. @Twodees Partain

    The first handgun and concealed carry prohibitions

    Here’s a rather late one, from 1832:

    No free negro or mulatto shall be suffered to keep or carry any firelock of any kind, any military weapon, or any powder or lead…

    And the daughter laws it inspired:

    Revised Statutes of the State of Arkansas, Adopted at the October Session of the General Assembly of Said State, A. D. 1837

    The revised laws of the State of Maryland (1859)

    1854 Mo. Laws 1094, An Act Concerning Free Negros and Mulattoes, ch. 114, §§ 2-3.

    Clayton Cramer on the history of concealed carry bans in America:

    Cramer describes and seeks to explain the laws banning the carrying of concealed weapons in the first eight states to pass such laws, between 1813 and 1839:

    Kentucky, February 3, 1813
    Louisiana, March 25, 1813
    Indiana, January 14, 1820
    Georgia, December 25, 1837
    Arkansas, 1837-38 Legislative Session
    Tennessee, January 27, 1838
    Virginia, February 2, 1838
    Alabama, February 1, 1839

    https://gunculture2point0.wordpress.com/2014/04/16/the-history-of-concealed-weapons-laws-in-the-united-states-part-1-the-early-republic-clayton-cramer/

    Antebellum Southerners invented gun control. Be nice enough to give them the credit they worked hard to deserve.

    GOPtards refuse to admit that their party was the first socialist party to gain power in the US

    Because Harvard and Yale were state universities, while UVa, UNC, etc., were independent and private? I always thought it was the other way around. The things you can learn here!

    democrats were the conservatives

    Bringing violent African primitives to a land God did not give them the power to reach by themselves is “conservative”? It seems more like the most radical policy ever enacted by the white man on this continent. Or any other.

    You watch too much CNN.

    What is “CNN”? That thing in Atlanta? Are they still in business?

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  49. @Reg Cæsar

    Try tying those state laws to the old democrat party. You’re assuming that democrats were the only party in the south before Lincoln’s war. Also, try tying the importation of slaves to the democrat party of the prewar south. You can’t do it, because the slave trade wasn’t conducted by any political party.

    The slave trade was conducted almost exclusively by ship owners and bankers in the northern states rather than by some fictional alliance between the democrat politicians and some other group you fail to identify, somehow establishing the importation of slaves into the southern states as a government policy.

    What do four universities have to do with the makeup of the mid 19th century republican party? The republican party arose as the old whig party declined and was largely made up of radical New Englanders and immigrants who came here fleeing the failure of their 1848 attempt at socialist revolution in Europe. Tossing off a remark about universities doesn’t address anything.

    Defending your reply will have you trying to tapdance and jack off at the same time. Good luck with it.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  50. @Twodees Partain

    Try tying those state laws to the old democrat party. You’re assuming that democrats were the only party in the south before Lincoln’s war.

    The Whigs were out of office in the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1832. So who passed that law?

    The party didn’t conduct the slave trade, it only defended it. That’s bad enough.

    A few wanted to bring it back. The historian Ray Raphael suggests an intriguing nuance: Virginia and Maryland opposed the international slave trade because they already had enough, and sought to corner the domestic market. South Carolina and her neighbors wanted it reopened because they wanted a buyer’s market.

    What do four universities have to do with the makeup of the mid 19th century republican party?

    You brought up “socialism”. Where is there any evidence that the new party wanted to nationalize the means of production? They were vacuuming in European immigrants to man the factories cheaply.

    (At least the GOP’s cheap labor was white.)

    Had you said “capitalism” instead, you’d have a point.

    John C Frémont as Marx and Engels… jeez.

  51. MBlanc46 says:
    @ben tillman

    It didn’t need to be equal, but a much better job could have been done with appearances of equality, in order to shut up the likes of Thurgood Marshall.

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