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I dreamed I was an Indian billionaire who lives in an ugly 27 story house in Bombay with my 600 servants and I paid Hillary Clinton and John Kerry to disco down.

Perhaps this is a Magic Christian-style practical joke where some malevolent billionaire pays former Democratic presidential nominees to boogie. Dance, my puppets, dance!

 
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  1. OT

    Feeling a little old and wrinkly? Then try a foreskin facial:

    When I step out of the salon … my face feels tight and raw, as if I’ve been slapped. The final batch of cream Sarah had put on my face, the one that smelled like seaweed, hadn’t been quite so pungent in the salon. But as it starts to dry, and as the wind whistles down the street, wafting the scent from cheek to nostril, there it is: semen.

    It’s not just a hint. It’s a proper smell of semen. Later, on the subway, I’m worried it will put someone off their dinner.

    https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/dec/07/foreskin-facial-treatment-baby-salon-wrinkles

  2. Dwright says:

    Thanks, now I will have night terrors.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
  3. Edward says:

    Speaking of Indian billionaires and their daughters:

    Britain’s poshest student is hiring 12 staff to help her through university — including a maid, butler AND housekeeper… The daughter of an Indian billionaire will also have a private chef and a chauffeur to help her through her four-year course at the University of St Andrews

    From: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7216028/britains-poshest-student-wants-staff/

  4. haole says:

    yuk, was she SoS then?

  5. Anon[522] • Disclaimer says:

    If the guy dressed in a black robe with gold fringes was instead wearing jeans and a t shirt in a suburb of Chicago he would pass as a white man. Yes , I know he is the most famous Bollywood actor but I forget his name and Im not looking it up.

    • Replies: @Daniel H
    , @a reader
    , @AndrewR
  6. Anon[327] • Disclaimer says:

    Titania McGrath has debuted as a writer for Quillette.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @CCZ
  7. Is no one in America not for sale?

    This is your society on Judaism.

    • Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon
  8. Mr. Blank says:

    There goes Hillary’s 2020 campaign…

    • Replies: @Daniel H
    , @Ray Huffman
  9. At this rate, there’ll soon be a special episode of “The Price Is Right” where contestants have to guess how much it costs nowadays to rent The Most Qualified Presidential Candidate in History as a wedding singer wearing only a pussy hat.

    • Replies: @njguy73
  10. Does anyone know the real story here? Maybe Kerry and Clinton are just friends of the Indian billionaire? Even sleazy politicians deserve the benefit of the doubt, don’t they?

  11. Tusk says:

    Steve, I had that dream too. The collective unconscious must be real – luckily it was only a dream…

  12. songbird says:

    Do we know the price for each? How much for a cackle, or a voicemail message? If he were fat, I would have wondered if Kerry came for the buffet.

    BTW, did he disapprove of the match?

  13. CCZ says:

    But the week-long wedding only cost $100 million. “The Clintons are friends of the Ambani family, but Hillary attended with Huma Abedin … not Bill.”

    One of the families “has given big bucks to the Clinton Foundation.”

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-12-10/real-crazy-rich-asian-wedding-is-said-to-cost-100-million

  14. Hillary has to be about the most un-cool person planet.

    The only thing semi-“with it” about Hillary is the–unconsumated?–lesbian relationship with the Indian-Saudi-American. And Hillary manages to make that boring as well.

    She’s like a wet blanket of boring tediousness–or tedious boringness (not sure which).

    I guess it pays–especially if you’re a billionaire doing international business–not to burn bridges. But if i was Ambani after she lost, i would have chucked my relationship with these boring rent-a-pols overboard. But, i guess, who knows she could come back! So no sense pissing her off. I suppose he figured just easier to invite her.

    • Replies: @Anon
  15. tame, compared to this:

    Angela got moves

  16. BB753 says:

    I’m surprised Hillary can still dance.

    • Replies: @J1234
    , @Forbes
    , @Kylie
  17. I’m sending my kids this link and making then each a solemn vow not to inflict Hillary upon their weddings!

  18. J.Ross says: • Website

    Devil: I’ll give you billions of dollars!
    Human: What’s the catch?
    Devil: You have to be an Indian living in India and practicing Indian customs like the vanity-bonfire-wedding.
    Human: Yeah, nahh ….
    ———
    https://postimg.cc/p5fbkTf3

    • Replies: @a reader
  19. Rob McX says:

    I dreamed I was an Indian billionaire who lives in an ugly 27 story house in Bombay with my 600 servants and I paid Hillary Clinton and John Kerry to boogie down at my daughter’s wedding.

    She’s getting a taste of the future she’d like to create for America – billionaires in huge houses protected by armed guards in a sea of poverty and squalor.

    • Replies: @JackOH
  20. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    Someone needs to buffalax it.

    Pop culture is culture, and these elite have no taste.

    But then, just how did both Douthat and Sailer decide MOULIN ROUGE is a great movie? It was like watching western bollywood.

  21. Someone should make a citizen’s arrest of these corrupt bastards.

    OT: Is this the next stage for Subway Sallys? A citizen’s arrest of a racist Russian:

    https://nypost.com/2018/12/13/straphanger-makes-citizens-arrest-after-hell-breaks-loose-on-subway-car/

    Dominican man pins Russian crazy lady’s arms until cops arrive. He doesn’t have a derisive nickname for some reason.

    Hmm, wonder what would happen to Subway Simon if he tried a citizen’s arrest of Lunatic Laquisha after a subway scuffle?

    • Replies: @Tusk
    , @Trevor H.
  22. Anon[522] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnotherDad

    unconsumated?–lesbian relationship

    I would say semi-consummated. I would guess they are more of asexual buddies like many lesbian couples although not unwilliling to use sex to get ahead in their relatively more attractive youth.

    I would also guess that Hillary has pleasured Huma but that Huma never reciprocated (vomit). So semi-consummated.

    Huma is not without her physical charms , a slender shapely body , long thick hair. But she has a horse face , huge teeth and is no doubt full of unsightly body hair, electrolysis and other procedures not notwithstanding.

  23. I am of Indian ancestry and this guy(Mukesh Ambani) made me proud. Wow.

    I love America and was brought up here and will never move back to India because my parents left it for some good reasons.
    I love Monmouth County, New Jersey, the place I grew up.

    • Troll: Ibound1, MBlanc46
  24. Tusk says:
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    POC Brigade should citizens arrest badwhites and send them to reeducation camps, this would surely solve the worlds problems. Good whites such as Tim Wise or good ole Goldberg are of course exempt.

  25. Trevor H. says:
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    If she didn’t.have (poorly bleached) blond hair this wouldn’t have made the news.

  26. JLK says:

    This is going to be as bad as the Goldman Sachs speeches if Hillary runs again. She’s politically tone deaf.

  27. Anon[334] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    Titania has a political humor book scheduled for release in March by Little Brown. I wonder how she’ll work in long (160 pp) form?

  28. Alfa158 says:

    I’m guessing that at least he bought them with his own money.
    In 2005 an executive named David Brooks dropped $10M on A list entertainers for his daughter’s bat mitzvah and expensed it to his company that made body armor for the military. He eventually went to prison for stock fraud when it was discovered that he had illegally dumped his company stock just before it was revealed that the body armor he had sold the military and police was defective.

  29. J.Ross says: • Website

    Propaganda operation like It’s Okay To Be White, tight control, careful planning, messages designed to accommodate hate crimes laws. Simple black bold sans-serif font on white background, no images or symbols.
    Examples:
    MULTICULTURALISM HAS FAILED
    PORN IS A SOCIAL ROT
    TIRED OF ALL THE ANTI-WHITE PROPAGANDA?
    NATIONALISM IS NATURE
    REJECT WHITE GUILT
    IMPORT THE THIRD WORLD, BECOME THE THIRD WORLD
    FEMINISM IS CANCER
    They use Tutanota, which is known to be compromised, and they have a level of internal organization that appears purely explicable by their Britishness (IOTBW was a simple message anyone could take and spread, it both worked and was untraceable). Nevertheless the messages are largely “quotable.”

    [MORE]

    Hundred Handers: decentralized propaganda operation

    TL;DR Britbong familyman inspired by IOTBW (It’s Okay To Be White) creates way to spread our message with minimal risk of vanning or prosecution, for those men who have something to lose (i.e – familymen etc)

    Image related is the introduction posted on the org twitter page.

    The operation is ran top-down by the Britbong guy who creates the propaganda materials that are in accordance with (((hate crime))) and (((hate speech))) laws across white countries, 100% legal to distribute.

    Each “member” acts as a one man cell and only communicates with the head, who is responsible for dissemination of the propaganda materials (an archive emailed out once per month), thus there is no traceability between members.

    Members use, cheap, tested, and untraceable sticker printing machines to print the propaganda images (see below)

    It’s important that the only propaganda materials distributed are those published by the head, as the head will have an archive of authorized materials (which are all completely within the thought crime laws in white countries), and thus if anyone tries to frame the organization with materials that violate laws, the head can easily refute this.

    I have absolutely no affiliation but I thought it was an idea worth sharing, considering the success of IOTBW. Apparently there’s around 150 members so far, and it looks like the operation started in may, as per the Twitter page.

    Sticker printers:

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MTFTXIA/

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B074RTQCL3/

    Contact email

    [email protected]

    Twitter

  30. anonymous[394] • Disclaimer says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    trump said you can buy them to come to your wedding–and they’re cheap

  31. tr says: • Website

    Wouldn’t she make more money if she charged people not to show up and dance at their wedding?

    • LOL: Trevor H.
    • Replies: @Pericles
  32. OT: It’s been a little over two weeks since Columbia University Professor Elizabeth Midlarsky “discovered” the reds swastikas that had been spray-painted on the walls outside her office. Supposedly the NYPD has been investigating.

    Unless the NYPD investigators are complete idiots, they pretty much know who did it. Are they going to solve the crime? Or has the NYPD decided that (or been persuaded that) it would be just as well to not solve the crime, and to let the elderly, borderline crazy person who obviously did it live the remaining years of her life in peace?

    • Replies: @Trevor H.
    , @Bugg
  33. JackOH says:

    Is no one in America not for sale?

    Whew, that’s a tough one.:(

    I never heard of this Tarek Fetah, but the fact that the question can be posed in, I think(?), a non-ironic way has me longing for the old “toxicities” of nationalist tribalisms, racial hierarchy, Christian conformity and hypocrisies, patriarchy, and the whole mess that we’re supposedly “liberated” from in 2018.

    You mean we’re all just salarymen, wage slaves, and consumption monkeys? Nothing more? Meet the new boss—.

  34. It’s fairly common for such “luminaries” to make appearances like these at events in unexpected places (euphemism alert). Big money. Visit weird places, and you’ll find that many TMZ-level celebrityweirdos are paid to go there, prance around a bit and shake hands, do weddings and crazy parties and public appearances.

    Of course, none of the retarded celebrities know anything about the regions they visit. That’s a given. In earlier days they’d visit folks like Sadam, but US interventions have constricted the market, lol

  35. Trevor H. says:
    @Ramesh Kumar

    Thanks for sharing, Ramesh. A couple hundred million more like you and your family and then we’ll finally get this USA in shape.

    • Agree: bomag
  36. Trevor H. says:
    @Calvin Hobbes

    This is how such events morph from hate crimes to “hush” crimes. Now let us speak no further of it!

  37. It’s things such as this that the media bury. We’re so used to on the right (and maybe as a people) to just think to ourselves ‘what will they do next?’. But it’s brazen corruption that will never be called to account.

    We have a former general who lost his house to a corrupt investigation and is possibly facing jail time for, not remerbering the right things?, (that we know of, admittedly). And yet this crap goes on

    I used to wonder what kind of anger it took to partake in and institute the atrocities of the French and Russian revolutions, but I know now.

    • Agree: Almost Missouri
  38. @Ramesh Kumar

    Look at this bot’s commenting history (8 comments) – he’s a troll.

  39. anon[115] • Disclaimer says:

    Cringefest of the year.

    • Replies: @Anon
  40. Daniel H says:
    @Anon

    Who’s the really tall white (real white) dude, wearing black/silverish Nehru jacket? He’s the goofiest looking due there. Must be a Brit.

    This video confirms that Bolly’s can’t dance, neither the men nor the women. “Disco good..”, ha.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
  41. njguy73 says:
    @Playing Mantis

    Or she’ll be hawking her political memorabilia on QVC.

  42. Daniel H says:
    @Mr. Blank

    >> There goes Hillary’s 2020 campaign…

    Ha, ha.

    This video will just furnish proof to her supporters that she is fit (no more dizzy spells, or incontinence bag), primed and ready to go.

    But partying with international deca-billionaires will make it more difficult to square her new found wokeness as the tribune of Joe Fox news. Small matter, though, for a Reptilian with ice coursing through her veins.

    Hillary 2020.

    • Replies: @Thirdtwin
    , @Jim Christian
  43. That Indian billionaire probably daydreams of being Ramzan Kadyrov and throwing a good party.

  44. Anon[246] • Disclaimer says:

    I could imagine a hilarious prank involving a cooperating rich guy abroad and a hidden camera reality show crew. Let’s say that there’s some bitter Indian or Arab or African billionaire whose close relative was screwed by the Clinton adminstration and would like to get revenge. Hire these two to attend some function and record all conversations, with a carefully scripted set of topics that ever so gradually get more and more unethical or not-for-public-consumption.

    • Agree: SporadicMyrmidon
  45. Anonymous[247] • Disclaimer says:

    They party harder than Cory Booker at Purim.

    • LOL: Mr McKenna
  46. J.Ross says: • Website

    This is not a line from a Patti bot script:
    Phil Lord was adamant that subtitles not be used for Spanish-language scenes in the latest Spiderman movie (not the one the Chinese loved, the one after that)
    https://www.indiewire.com/2018/12/phil-lord-was-adamant-spider-verse-not-use-subtitles-for-spanish-language-scenes-1202027563/
    In place of subtitles would be text reading F#$& YOU WHITE PEOPLE THANKS FOR THE MONEY YOU HONKY F#$&

  47. Bugg says:

    Must’ve smelled GREAT!!!

  48. @Edward

    Bollywood’s version of Back To School.

  49. Bugg says:
    @Calvin Hobbes

    NYPD are usually straight shooters, unlike LAPD’s investigation of Lebron James’ racist graffiti lie.

  50. Don’t miss the meteor shower.

  51. Cortes says:

    Hellary’s official 2020 campaign song:

  52. @Dwright

    Speaking of.. epidemic of suicides among middle-aged white males in America.

    Reported by Russia Today.

    https://www.rt.com/usa/446425-us-gun-death-record/

    Vastly more than black homicides even. Where’s our MSM?

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @bomag
  53. Tiny Duck says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    They were invited guests

    I hope you guys enjoy Trump gettin tried for treason

    • Replies: @Anon
  54. Peterike says:

    America is about 30 years away from being run entirely by Jews, Chinese and Indians. What fun that will be.

    BTW, the President in 2020 will be Jewish. You heard it here first.

    • Replies: @Thomm
    , @Mr McKenna
    , @Anon
    , @tyrone
  55. Forbes says:
    @BB753

    Or move, or remain upright, or dress herself or…

    • Replies: @BB753
  56. @Edward

    Someone @ this to 4Chan, I think it’s time Miss Desi Princess got some new friends on campus.

    “They will also be required to open doors for the student “wherever possible”, the ad said.”

    *vomits* Not even the worst of aritstocratic Britain asked for people to open every door for them in their own home. Third world nouveau riche trying to display their wealth with things like this is the most pathetic thing you will ever see. At the end of the day, it’ll be a bunch of Indians in those expensive clothes in that British mansion. They will never be us. No matter how much they dress themselves up. And they know it.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  57. Anon[176] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ramesh Kumar

    I am of Indian ancestry and this guy(Mukesh Ambani) made me proud. Wow.

    You have to go back.

  58. ‘Indian billionaire rents John Kerry and Hillary Clinton along with Beyonce to dance on stage at his daughter’s wedding.’

    It does kind of suggest which side they’re on.

    One realizes that for them open borders are all good.

  59. Thomm says:
    @Peterike

    BTW, the President in 2020 will be Jewish. You heard it here first.

    That is a stupid prediction even by Peterike’s standards.

    The President ‘in 2020’ (i.e. after January 2021) will be Donald Trump.

    BTW, keep in mind what Peterike’s Law is :

    “White Trashionalism is nothing more than the bottom decile of white males getting angry that the bottom decile of white females are no longer being forced to bear piglets with them.”

    • Replies: @Samuel Skinner
    , @ZOGged
  60. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    Rich people have always been somewhat crass over the ages, but elites in the past tried to have some dignity. And nouveau riche tried to have some class. Look at the ball in WAR AND PEACE and THE LEOPARD.

    Even a mafia family showed some taste.

    Maybe they were bunch of pompous-tards but they showed some dignity.

    But look at the crap today. It’s making Gatsby’s crass parties seem classy by comparison.

    It’s like money is everything, and pop culture is Culture to them. J-pop is Japanese Culture, K-pop is Korean culture, French rap is French culture, and trashy pop culture types play before the Royal Family. At least Beatles had originality, wit, and charm. Now, it’s just garbage.

    There was always something funny about the Hindus. It’s hard to think of a people and culture that has reached such profound depths and mindless stupidity. Surely the most schizo culture in the world. How does a culture produce some of the greatest spiritual insights and Bollywood? Hollywood is crass and has its trashy side, but Bollywood is a clown-show at the very core. And Hindus seem to take straight what they make fun of, or make fun of what they take straight, and they don’t care anymore to maintain a wall between seriousness and silliness. Even with Gandhi, there was something of Groucho Marx.

  61. I had a dream that Corey Booker came to my pajama party.

  62. I had a dream that there was a large campfire nearby. I dreamed that over that campfire I roasted and ate a giant marshmallow and two giant hot dogs. When I woke up my pillow was gone, and two college professors went missing during the night.

    I am hoping to dream about Tiny Duck tonight.

    • LOL: Redneck farmer
  63. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr McKenna

    Vastly more than black homicides even. Where’s our MSM?

    Same place it was when all those Russians and Iraqis were dying in the 90s. Same place it is when 100,000s of Syrians and Yemenis are dying.

    To MSM, white middle class/working class are the expendable enemy. Good riddance, it says.

  64. @Peterike

    A Jewish President is not high on the list of things we have to worry about. We already have a Jewish-run society. If anything, such a man (or woman–whom did you have in mind?) in that position might have to bend the other way to avoid charges of favoritism. OTOH, where on Earth would such charges ever get an airing?

  65. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @Tiny Duck

    In an unfree nation, the patriot is the traitor.

  66. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon

    Cringefest of the year.

    It’s year-round. The biggest celebration in the US isn’t Christmas but Limpwristmas during homo month. White House and Wall Street were lit up with homo colors when SC okayed ‘gay marriage’.

    This is a sick sick sick nation, rotten to the elite core.

    Hillary’s cultural entourage was what: Jay-Z, Miley Cyrus, Lena Dunham, and other filth. madonna showed up at Witches Match as moral voice.

    A sick sick demented nation.

  67. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @Peterike

    the President in 2020 will be Jewish. You heard it here first.

    Better to have the master than puppet at the top. At least people will better know who has the power.

  68. JackOH says:
    @Rob McX

    Rob, pretty much so, and, of course, there are whole armies of Worthies who are possessed by the haunting fear that someone, somewhere among the Deplorables may be making a living and thinking about stuff besides sex, booze, dope, NASCAR, and package vacations. (Thanks, H. L.)

  69. OT Steve, but have you heard guns are ebil because the are suiciding white people and forcing black people to kill each other.

    US gun deaths at 40-year record as suicide rate spikes

    If only we could get rid of the guns then Fentanyl could do double duty!

    They are very dishonest showing all the ebil long guns because most suicide by gun is going to use handguns. Cheaper that way.

  70. black sea says:

    I guess Hillary still has “the fire in the belly.”

    I’d like to see what David Lynch could do by way of a biopic on the Clintons. Fire in the Belly might work as a title, on a couple of different levels.

  71. J.Ross says: • Website

    Robert Mueller is destroying evidence. It is past time to do something about him. There is no pretense to legitimacy any more. Either Trump fights Mueller or he’s gone, every school textbook will say he was Hitler, and everyone who supported him will be Sesame Credited.
    https://ussanews.com/News1/2018/12/13/mueller-wiped-peter-strzoks-iphone-clean/
    ——
    Women have sunk a Norwegian warship by colliding it into a propely lit and identified oil tanker.
    http://boards.4channel.org/k/thread/39982568
    A Russian hacker pretending to be anonymous said:

    [MORE]

    >Warship sailing 1) in peacetime, 2) in a highly trafficked area 3) at night WITH AIS TURNED OFF??
    >Crew aboard warship haven’t reported their arrival or presence to the Vessel Traffic Centre that coordinates shipping in that busy area
    >Crew aboard warship don’t seem to have seen the enormous oil tanker on radar or AIS

    I don’t know where “naval vessels on peacetime missions” rank in the right-of-way on the sea, but i do know that ships with “limited manoeuvrability” (such as a fully laden 820 foot oil tanker) usually have the right of way. When contacted by the tanker, the warship made no effort to identify itself as such, and since they weren’t transmitting AIS there was no way for the tanker to know what kind of vessel it was anyway.

    >Oil tanker finally gets through to the unknown vessel on radio, asks them to turn to avoid a collision
    >Helge Ingstad responds with gibberish about being unable because they’ll “hit the rocks” that are in fact almost a full nautical mile away
    >Oil tanker tells them to turn again
    >Helge Ingstad responds that they will turn, but never do
    >Oil tanker asks the unknown vessel to turn again since it’s getting “very close”
    >there is no response from the Helge Ingstad

    Furthermore, despite being instructed to (and claiming to) turn to starboard, the radar trace makes it look a lot like they actually turned to port. According to COLREGs (anti-collision rules on the sea), in a head-on situation both vessels are required to turn to starboard to avoid collision. This is also supported by the fact that the Helge Ingstad is damaged on the starboard side.
    A solid four and a half minutes after the collision, the Helge Ingstad radioed in that they had hit an “Unknown object”, so they still weren’t aware that it was another ship they had collided with.

  72. @Anon

    And Hindus seem to take straight what they make fun of, or make fun of what they take straight, and they don’t care anymore to maintain a wall between seriousness and silliness.

    A commenter on this blog recently wrote that no one who is advanced beyond a certain point believes in fairness. Fair enough, perhaps.

    Not arguing for or against Hindus here, but it could be said, in a similar vein, that a person who really thinks about things gets to a point at which there is no difference between silliness and what people take seriously. The only way to accept the world is to laugh at it.

  73. CCZ says:
    @Anon

    She has also returned to Twitter:

    And seems to be posting with some association to like minded:

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
  74. Hail says: • Website
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    Does anyone know the real story here?

    How possible is the following for the real story: A John Kerry body double and a Hillary Clinton body double met by chance in an airport lounge; over some drinks, one thing leads to another; the long story short: They walked away with an action plan to troll Steve Sailer and his readers via an elaborate twitter hoax. Or maybe the Indian billionaire was the one hoaxed by the body doubles.

    Evidence in favor of it being a Hillary body double: Danced without collapsing.

    • Replies: @Abe
  75. Corvinus says:

    “I dreamed I was an Indian billionaire who lives in an ugly 27 story house in Bombay with my 600 servants and I paid Hillary Clinton and John Kerry to disco down.”

    Well, Mr. Sailer, at least you did not dream you were a Floridian multi-millionaire with uber political and social connections busted for assembling a network of nubile, teenage girls for sex acts in his opulent mansion, only to receive a sweet plea deal by a prosecutor, now a Trump cabinet member, that essentially concealed his (and others) crimes. Yeah, that would have been tragic.

    Maybe Trump can receive that same treatment in the future.

  76. J.Ross says: • Website

    Peter Murphy, sixty-one year old founder and frontman of first goth band Bauhaus, has been ejected from his own show and possibly arrested after allegedly throwing bottles at the audience. In Murphy’s defense he was in Stockholm and the audience was Swedish. The bottle throwing injured one fan and destroyed sound equipment.
    Well I guess that must mean the Bauhaus fortieth anniversary tour is —
    UNDEAD UNDEAD UNDEAD
    Continuing tomorrow night like nothing happened! Fortuitously enough it’ll be in Athens, where they are much more accepting of breaking kitchenware to music.
    http://www.slicingupeyeballs.com/2018/12/13/peter-murphy-thrown-out-of-concert/

    • Replies: @duncsbaby
  77. Dave Pinsen says: • Website
    @Daniel H

    This is pretty impressive though. I wonder if anyone died during the filming of it.

  78. @SporadicMyrmidon

    With no alcohol? I can appreciate Ramzan’s, um, less than obsequious approach to the perverts who are so worshipped in our countries, but absolutely no drinking, that’s rough.

  79. Anon[176] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dave Pinsen

    This is pretty impressive though

    Why are you are watching shitty indian films? are you disabled/homebound?

    • Replies: @Anon
  80. Pericles says:
    @tr

    Wouldn’t she make more money if she charged people not to show up and dance at their wedding?

    The wogs didn’t donate to the Foundation and now look what happened to them.

  81. a reader says:
    @Anon

    Yes , I know he is the most famous Bollywood actor but I forget his name and Im not looking it up.

    Shah Rukh Khan.

  82. There’s something sad about a guy worth $42 billion, the 18th richest man in the world, having to invite two failed presidential candidates from America to lend some big name international name recognition to his daughter’s wedding. You’d think he’d have a big enough address book to snag a few faces that were more current, more successful, and younger.

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

    https://www.bloomberg.com/billionaires/

    • Replies: @Trevor H.
    , @ACommenter
  83. a reader says:
    @J.Ross

    … practicing Indian customs like the vanity-bonfire-wedding.

    Not to mention the bonfire-funeral.

  84. @SporadicMyrmidon

    That Indian billionaire probably daydreams of being Ramzan Kadyrov and throwing a good party.

    All billionaires who are not Jeff Bezos dream of being Jeff Bezos and throwing a better party.

    That’s what billionaires live for and that is why they are billionaires, and we are not.

  85. LondonBob says:

    You wouldn’t find Lord Curzon abasing himself like this.

    I wonder what the price would have been for them to do the YMCA.

    Probably cheaper than having them do the Macarena.

  86. They can’t hold a candle to W.

  87. @Anon

    Anon[425] wrote:

    How does a culture produce some of the greatest spiritual insights and Bollywood?

    And those “spiritual insights” would be…

    Some people are just born to be untouchables?

    The goal of existence is nothingness (nirvana)?

    If you suffer, you have it coming because of misdeeds in previous lives (karma)?

    You should dunk yourself in a truly filthy river (the Ganges)?

    Meaningless mumbo-jumbo rituals written three millennia ago are really important?

    Etc.

    If I had to choose between Satanism and Hinduism, I think I’d go with the Satanists as relatively saner!

    The only civilization crazier than the Hindus — the Aztecs (Huitzilopochtli and all that).

  88. bomag says:
    @Mr McKenna

    Where’s our mainstream media?

    Busy writing their usual stories about slavery; the plight of homosexuals; immigrants who don’t get everything they want; etc.

    • Agree: Trevor H.
  89. Kylie says:
    @BB753

    “I’m surprised Hillary can still dance.”

    I’m surprised anyone would characterize her ungainly flailing about as “dancing”.

    Ratso Rizzo was a better dancer.

    • LOL: BB753
    • Replies: @David
    , @BB753
  90. jim jones says:
    @Dave Pinsen

    Why do Indians love reverb so much?

  91. doylej says: • Website

    well gotta dream the dream!…

  92. Trevor H. says:
    @PiltdownMan

    It’s a good point. What young newlyweds want the likes of Hillary and Kerry anywhere near their nuptials?

  93. duncsbaby says:
    @J.Ross

    I actually sat down and watched The Hunger (1983) for the first time the other day. It’s pretty much all downhill after Bauhaus opens the show w/Bela Lugosi’s Dead. Nothing in the whole cinematic snooze-fest matched the song’s creepy tension. It’s nice to see ole Peter is keeping the spirit(s) alive.

  94. JackOH says:

    How about an Oligarch Inquirer, a tabloid that offers coverage of big-spending Worthies at work and play? Plenty of pix, a bit of society editor stuff, but the heavyweight stuff would be journalistic hit-job quality letting readers know how Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bigbucks screwed over their workers or their country? (Yeah, it’s a tawdry idea, but someone with the right bucks and guts might go for it.)

  95. Thirdtwin says:
    @Daniel H

    “This video will just furnish proof to her supporters that she is fit…”

    Like she used her marathon Benghazi testimony as proof of her stamina. But I expect she’ll be leaving another shoe behind before too long.

  96. Big Bill says:
    @Edward

    Likely more than a few of the “12 staff” are going to be poverty-stricken Hindi speakers who make $2500 or so per year, just as they do in India. They will not have work visas, nor be paid British wages. They will not be free to travel throughout the city where they live. Their new house in England will be a refuge, at first, then almost a prison. But no chains, whips, or Simon Legree overseers will be necessary.

    Ask yourself: why does she need to “bring” staff from India? Cooks, housekeepers, maids, body servants and butlers are available in England. There is no need to import them.

    This article, “My Family’s Slave”, illustrates the weird psychological relationship between the Third World wealthy and their Third World servants/slaves, and how they live in the First World with part of their mind in both places:

    https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2017/06/lolas-story/524490/

    • Replies: @Edward
  97. JMcG says:
    @Anon

    What great spiritual insights? Serious question, not trolling.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @Anon
  98. Numinous says:

    How is this different (or worse) than Trump doing that weird sword dance with the Saudi royal family?

  99. @Dave Pinsen

    This is pretty impressive though. I wonder if anyone died during the filming of it.

    Apparently not.

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

    The video was filmed on top of the Ooty train (the Nilgiri Mountain Railway) in mountainous Tamil Nadu, southern India, while actor Shahrukh Khan dances with model/actress Malaika Arora and other dancers. The film was directed by Mani Ratnam and recorded by Santosh Sivan. The choreography was completed in four and half days by Farah Khan. No major back projections or post-production special effects were used in the music video.

    Malaika Arora, one of the performers, recalls: “Would you believe it? Well, the “Chaiya Chaiya” song was shot exactly as you see it on the screen: No camera tricks, no back projection, no post-production special effects!”

    She also said that “…One of the unit members tripped and hurt himself. Other than that, things were safe.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
  100. Anon[522] • Disclaimer says:

    Indonesia has killed over half a million in occupied Papua not to mention ethnic cleansing and mass rape . MSM silent .

    Nigeria has killed over 2 million in occupied Biafra. MSM silent.

    Slavery which was abolished here 150 years ago yet still gets dozens of media mentions yet current ongoing slavery in Islamic republic of Mauritania, Islamic republic of Somalia , Islamic republic of Sudan , Libya etc get free passes.

    Where is the MSM on Turkey occupation of Cyprus. Homosexuality is against the law and punishmlable by death in a dozen muslim countries. MSM silent

  101. Anonymous[239] • Disclaimer says:
    @PhysicistDave

    For each of your comments

    1. The only civilization that grasped hbd and built its societal rules around it.

    2. Nothingness was the ideal of Buddhists, not Hindus. In other words, a heresy. Every Hindu worth his salt tried his hardest to combat Buddhist nihilism. Hence the total absence of Buddhism in modern India.

    3. If you suffer it’s better to blame yourself and try to rectify yourself, as opposed to blaming others. In other words, fix your own problems instead of agitating for a Communist revolution.

    And karma wasn’t merely an ethereal voodoo idea, it also referred to daily impressions made on your brain by daily events, your thoughts and your genetics. In other words, a civilization which understood that humans were not all monochromatic blank slates, and that everything you exposed yourself to left an impact. A civilization which understood you can’t watch Kardashian shows all day without devolving.

    4. The Ganges was very clean prior to modernity allowing industrial quantities of effluent and raw sewage to discharge into it, and before modernity made it possible for the riverine population boom, and for people to ship bodies there for cremation.

    Before modernity, a glacier-fed river was the purest form of natural water. Continuously replenished.

    5. Every ritual is mumbo jumbo. Including shiznat like Christmas stockings and Thanksgiving turkey dinners and baptism and bar mitzvah and hajj. But every society needs some mumbo jumbo ritualism to stay culturally united. And to avoid idiotic acts like opening the border to caravans.

    What ails modern India is too little Hinduism.

    We just got done with defeating 800 years of Islamic aggression, when we ran headfirst into 200 years of European imperialism. With no time to recover and regroup.

    We need to shed the baggage of the last thousand years, and cast off foreign influences.

    But we’re still here.

    Where are the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, Babylonians, Confucians, Persians today? Their children are stuck worshipping some middle Eastern dudes.

    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
    , @Bliss
  102. Stick says:

    I’m impressed. Hillary didn’t fall down.

  103. BB753 says:
    @Forbes

    It must have been her body double.

  104. @PiltdownMan

    I have heard that if you’re white and in a remote part of india you will find yourself invited to a wedding if it ‘s wedding season. You are a status symbol, like a limo, marching band and fireworks.

  105. I dreamed I was an Indian billionaire who lives in an ugly 27 story house in Bombay with my 600 servants

    Indeed, that’s no Taj Mahal. Theodore Dalrymple has long noted the peculiar architectural tastes of our contemporary elites.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
  106. @Mr. Blank

    There goes Hillary’s 2020 campaign…

    That’s assuming that the pathetic, cucked GOP chooses to make anything of this, which they certainly won’t: After all Indian-Americans are natural Republicans whose vote we’re right on the verge of capturing and we don’t want to do anything that might negatively portray them and screw that up, no siree Bob…. /sarcasm.

  107. @CCZ

    Twitter troll now officially funnier than Monty Python:

    • Replies: @Trevor H.
  108. The Shah of Iran was helped to his exit by a 100 million dollar party. In his defense, they were celebrating an entire country’s history, not just one spoiled couple.

    An Indian told me that lavish weddings are a financial catastrophe for Indian families. This may be a contributing reason for them dis-proportionally aborting daughters. Also, it will have the affect of making other wealthy and wannbe-wealthy Indians overspend on weddings.

  109. Since the Clinton Foundation can’t deliver governmental favors anymore, I compliment Hillary on her new ‘paid party guest’ career. It’s honest work.

  110. Can’t…make…this…stuff…up!

    As a friend of mine never fails to remind me, “these people have absolutely no shame.”

    To which, I would add, “and no sense of irony either.”

  111. David says:
    @Kylie

    Plus, Ratso was destined to die in a loved one’s arms.

    • Replies: @Kylie
  112. @Daniel H

    “Tanned, Rested, Ready”.

    Fixed that for ya. I think that was Nixon, or Reagan.

  113. Abe says: • Website
    @Hail

    Evidence in favor of it being a Hillary body double: Danced without collapsing.

    I was certain it couldn’t be real. That the “John Kerry” and “Hillary Clinton” I saw on stage had to be Vegas-style impersonators as they were just too vividly- well, Kerry and Clinton-esque. Basically our images of famous people are formed exclusively out of TV and movie and photo-print closeups, and that does not translate to distance viewing in real life without the sort of to-the-point-of-caricature embellishments only an impersonator would do.

    Then again, if that is the real Hillary my opinion of her went up ever so slightly. She does like a party, and is obviously giving this guy his money’s worth by going out on the dance floor instead of sulking in a corner, so I guess some part of her is human after all.

  114. Richard S says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    Yeah, I assumed initially that they had to have been paid to … make a celebrity appearance (?!?), as if it was the world’s hippest new most septuagenarian-former-imperial-foreign-minister-cum-failed-presidential-contender-themed hotel bar. Nightmare indeed.

    Any idea whence this Ambani chap stole his fortune?

    • Replies: @Haxo Angmark
    , @PiltdownMan
  115. J.Ross says: • Website
    @JMcG

    Uh, see Anonymous[239] at 3:02, currently comment 105.

    • Replies: @Hail
  116. Oh yeah that’s about right! Camus was correct, life is absurd. I need a long nap.

  117. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @JMcG

    This is maybe Campbell at his best.

    https://www.learnoutloud.com/Free-Audio-Video/History/Ancient-and-Medieval-History/The-Eastern-Way/4590

    One thing about Hindus… they were profound with cosmology and architecture. But rituals of Hinduism are often ugly or silly. And Hindus sucked at painting and dress. Worse, they came up with stupid shi* like putting dots on their heads and rings through their noses.

    When I was young, the idea of nose-piercing was a total joke. But in the 90s, I begin to see all these people with nose-pieces.

    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
    , @Anonymous
  118. tyrone says:
    @Peterike

    president in 2020 will be jewish !? Trump would never convert

  119. Trevor H. says:
    @Almost Missouri

    “Full-blown Nazi” really does mean “Someone I disagree with” on social media nowadays. Or, perhaps, “someone who dares to disagree with me.”

  120. Trevor H. says:
    @stillCARealist

    India now has nearly 1.5 billion people, not including the countless millions they’ve shipped abroad. If they’ve actually been trying to abort people, they’re definitely doing it wrong.

  121. @Anonymous

    Anonymous[239] wrote to me:

    Nothingness was the ideal of Buddhists, not Hindus. In other words, a heresy. Every Hindu worth his salt tried his hardest to combat Buddhist nihilism. Hence the total absence of Buddhism in modern India.

    Hmmmm… not quite what I hear.

    Anonymous[239] also wrote to me:

    The Ganges was very clean prior to modernity allowing industrial quantities of effluent and raw sewage to discharge into it, and before modernity made it possible for the riverine population boom, and for people to ship bodies there for cremation.

    Perhaps, but it isn’t clean any more, and they keep doing it. Sane people adjust to reality.

    Anonymous[239] also wrote to me:

    Every ritual is mumbo jumbo. Including shiznat like Christmas stockings and Thanksgiving turkey dinners and baptism and bar mitzvah and hajj.

    So, you admit the silly mumbo-jumbo of the old Hindu texts is as silly as jellied cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving? (I hate jellied cranberry sauce!)

    Anonymous[239] replied to my point about untouchability by describing Hinduism as:

    The only civilization that grasped hbd and built its societal rules around it.

    Okay, so you defend the varna/jati system. I think the prosecution will rest on that point.

    The people of Mexico are, thankfully, free of the Aztec religion. The West is jettisoning Christianity. Are the people of the subcontinent decent enough to abandon the monstrously evil cults collectively known as Hinduism?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @Anonymous
  122. J.Ross says: • Website
    @PhysicistDave

    Not a math person but I think the answer here is math: maybe the Ganges seemed clean before because they passed some “candlepower” type threshold in their population. A billion and a half people doing the same thing as their colonial-era numbers, with the river staying largely the same size, probably has a disproportionately greater effect.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @PhysicistDave
  123. @Anon

    Anon[425] wrote:

    One thing about Hindus… they were profound with cosmology and architecture.

    Oh, c’mon! Their cosmology, like all pre-modern cosmologies, was just nonsense. And their architecture? Like what? If you mean the Taj Mahal, well, Shah Jahan may have been nicer to the Hindus than most of the Mughal rulers, but he was not exactly a Hindu!

    When it comes to Hinduism, one can only repeat Voltaire’s exclamation: “Écrasez l’infâme!

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Anonymous
  124. @Dave Pinsen

    That nasal whine, after a few years married to that babe, a guy will wish he had died.

    Have you seen young university-community South Asian couples in the self-checkout line at the supermarket? You know you won’t wait behind them long because they work as a team, one scanning, the other bagging, they know the “tech” and they really fly through checkout.

    But boy do those ladies boss their husbands around!

    • Replies: @Edward
  125. @stillCARealist

    stillCA, The man is worth a reported 40 Billion Dollars. That is 40,000 piles of 0ne million dollars. Spending 100 million is a drop in the bucket to this guy.

  126. Anon[282] • Disclaimer says:
    @Edward

    This is remarkable in the country (well, sort of) of Oxford and Cambridge with their venerable “scouts” because … reasons?

  127. @Richard S

    riding the top of the usual

    debt-fueled bubble, and

    knowing (see: inside trade) when to bail.

    just like all the others

  128. Kylie says:
    @David

    Yes, as risible and/or contemptible as Ratso is, his humanity is undeniable whereas Hillary’s is thus far undiscoverable.

  129. I got invited to this wedding. I sent my regrets along with a cardboard cutout of Arnold Stang that they could display at the reception.. You can see it in the background right after John Kerry pulls his groin muscle trying to do the “robot”.

  130. @gabriel alberton

    Theodore Dalrymple has long noted the peculiar architectural tastes of our contemporary elites.

    I think Tom Wolfe got there first.

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

  131. Anon[121] • Disclaimer says:
    @PhysicistDave

    When it comes to Hinduism, one can only repeat Voltaire’s exclamation: “Écrasez l’infâme!“

    But it has nine heads and many more arms.

  132. Anon[282] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    Why are you are watching shitty indian films?

    Better than the same sort (I will not express it in quite the same way) of American films.

    are you disabled/homebound?

    Would you mind if he was?

  133. It’s too bad Janet Reno didn’t live long enough to participate.

  134. @TheMediumIsTheMassage

    Third world nouveau riche trying to display their wealth with things like this is the most pathetic thing you will ever see.

    Not just the Third World. I knew a professor born in upper-class Shanghai. He was the oldest son, and thus was carried around by servants. I don’t think he was even allowed to walk.

    It all came crashing down with Mao, and the family escaped to Hong Kong, destitute for some time. So he had to walk then.

    One of the most sullen, snarliest academics I’ve ever met. Of course, part of that is just being Chinese.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
  135. @stillCARealist

    An Indian told me that lavish weddings are a financial catastrophe for Indian families

    That’s a problem here, too. Especially with “destination” weddings. One overpaid corporate chick estranged from her father’s family threw hers on some tropical isle, and a few people actually made the trip for them.

    Her much saner little sister, whom I know, did a much more reasonable version of this. She and her husband hired one of the tour boats on the St Croix River, within an hour’s drive of almost every guest (except her sister!), got hitched while the vessel was, then treated all of us to a two-hour cruise on a very attractive body of water.

    See America first!

    • Replies: @Anon
  136. Anon[282] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    That’s a problem here, too. Especially with “destination” weddings. One overpaid corporate chick estranged from her father’s family threw hers on some tropical isle, and a few people actually made the trip for them.

    The first time I read this I thought her estrangement from her father’s family ended up getting her stranded on a tropical island somehow, and a few people went out and picked her up.

  137. in an ugly 27 story house in Bombay

    Looks tailor-made for dramatic suicides, with a separate platform for each caste.

    Bombay doesn’t deserve that. This is the first time I’ve ever wanted to use the name “Mumbai”, which matches it in ugliness.

    Is this billionaire self-made? He could be nostalgic for the tenements of his youth.

    It takes some doing to build something uglier than the “Crack Stacks” in Minneapolis. Even my kids can’t do it with Legos, try as they may.

    • LOL: BB753
    • Replies: @oddsbodkins
    , @Kylie
  138. @Reg Cæsar

    Not just the Third World. I knew a professor born in upper-class Shanghai. He was the oldest son, and thus was carried around by servants. I don’t think he was even allowed to walk.

    In the era in which that used to happen, Shanghai was part of the Third World, the stylishness of expatriate life in the enclave notwithstanding. My dad spent a year in Shanghai in 1948 as part of an international economic advisory outfit and had to leave when the Communists marched in. He spent 1949 in Washington DC. He used to say Shanghai had nicer jazz clubs.

    http://www.thatsmags.com/shanghai/post/2038/photos-100-years-of-shanghai-1890-1990

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  139. @stillCARealist

    An Indian told me that lavish weddings are a financial catastrophe for Indian families. This may be a contributing reason for them dis-proportionally aborting daughters.

    It is, and appears to be commonly acknowledged and understood.

    How the big, fat wedding is killing Punjab’s daughters

    But when a debt-ridden father chooses to make his own fashion statement attached to weddings, more loans from ruthless private lenders remain the only option in order for him to execute the squandering. For many average income parents-to-be, it’s the dreadful act of sex-selective abortions that they resort to.

  140. @Reg Cæsar

    The Moos tower across the river is at least as bad.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  141. Hail says: • Website
    @J.Ross

    currently comment 105.

    A weakness in the Unz Review comment system: Pegging down comment-numbers in “live” threads. It makes it hard to reliably reference other comments without directly replying (which produces an @[so-and-so] clickable link.)

    (The Anonymous[239] comment is actually #107, or is now, anyway; if another latecomer comment materializes, it may be pushed down to #108 or etc.)

    • Replies: @Anon
  142. Kylie says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Okay, that’s ugly. But it’s magnificently ugly. It’s not the cramped ugliness of a strip mall or the gaudy ugliness of a fast food joint or the ludicrous ugliness of that MLK statue. It’s monumentally ugly; it’s a monument to ugliness.

    I bet Tim Wise will see that and decide the inchoate ugliness of the SPLC building must be overhauled, intensified and enhanced until it, too, is monumentally ugly.

  143. @oddsbodkins

    The Moos tower across the river is at least as bad.

    I’ve had my teeth fixed in there. The worst thing in it was a flyer on a bulletin board recruiting sperm “donors”. I so wanted to rip it off.

  144. The Internet is stupid. At least the “legacy media’s” use of it.

    Fox 5 NY has a “You may also like” banner, under which was the headline, “Blairsville Teens Charged With Murder”.

    Oh, yeah. I may also like that.

    The teens, if you’re wondering, look like the sort of white folk you’d see in a eugenics tract 100 years ago. “Three generations of imbeciles are enough!”

    • Replies: @black sea
  145. black sea says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Interesting, in that news organizations — at least I thought — don’t normally release the mug shots of juvenile suspects.

    The face of the boy on the left is a recognizable Appalachian type prevalent in the photographs of people like Walker Evans. From Alabama to West Virginia, he and his cousins are thick on the ground. They are usually reserved, decent enough people, though I’m guessing that in this case, he was the brains behind the operation.

    The boy on the right is clearly a lost cause.

    https://www.11alive.com/article/news/crime/north-georgia-teens-charged-with-shooting-man-to-death-injuring-woman/85-9d65dd01-1e18-4880-8e55-ea1e9db10f46

  146. @PiltdownMan

    Shanghai jazz club:

    • LOL: PiltdownMan
    • Replies: @jim jones
  147. Anonymous[216] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    The increasing prevalence of piercings and tattoos in the 1990s was due to declining fear of AIDS.

    • Replies: @Anon
  148. AndrewR says:
    @Anon

    What a bizarre, pointless comment.

  149. Anonymous[216] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross

    Yes, I’ve seen those awful pictures of the modern state of the river. It’s just too too many people.

  150. Anonymous[284] • Disclaimer says:
    @PhysicistDave

    That monstrosity that Ambani lives in is not Hindu architecture. It was built by a bunch of Western architects.

    Here is some actual Hindu architecture. Almost all of it nearly a thousand years old, or even older. With only limited and patchy attempts at restoration, given the lack of resources of the modern Indian state, as opposed to the wholescale modern reworking of European monuments.

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0360132307000273

    https://img-9gag-fun.9cache.com/photo/aBxoAwQ_700bwp.webp

    More than a thousand years before Mt Rushmore, the Hindus carved this massive structure into a mountain:

    A modern Hindu temple in Delhi. Built at time when Indian per capita GDP remains less than one-twentieth of America’s.

    We will catch up soon. And likely surpass you.

    Millennia before Mandelbrot popularized fractals, Hindus were incorporating the concept in their cosmology and architecture
    https://users.math.yale.edu/public_html/People/frame/Fractals/Panorama/Architecture/IndianArch/IndianArch.html

  151. Edward says:
    @Big Bill

    Unlikely. It was widely reported that the family were hiring locally, so they will likely be Scottish staff being paid a decent wage.

    One report stated:

    The staff, who are expected to open doors ‘wherever possible’ for the student, will reportedly be paid about £30,000 [~$38,000] a year.

    That’s more than the average wage in the UK.

  152. Edward says:
    @Inquiring Mind

    Had to laugh at that, because it’s so true.

  153. JimB says:

    “I dreamed I was an Indian billionaire who lives in an ugly 27 story house in Bombay with my 600 servants and I paid Hillary Clinton and John Kerry to disco down.”

    This “house” looks like an open source Minecraft project by elementary school students. Couldn’t Toll Brothers build him a replica of the Taj Mahal.

    • Replies: @BB753
  154. Anon[599] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hail

    It’s mostly a specifically isteve problem, caused by the whimming system. But as you demonstrated, you can include a link to the comment you’re talking about, which will remain active, or you can use the 7-digit number in the address, (2696870) which, however, seems pretty darned confusing.

  155. @Thomm

    Laugh all you want but the top decile of white males can’t get the top decile of white females to bear kids with them either.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    , @Thomm
  156. BB753 says:
    @JimB

    South-Asians lack the artistic good taste of East-Asians. Every kind of South-Asian art-form is crap.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @JohnnyWalker123
  157. BB753 says:
    @Kylie

    Though I’m not surprised John Kerry can’t dance.

  158. @Mr McKenna

    Those DEMs getting a head start on locking in the South Asian (Indo-Pak-Bangla) vote for 2020.
    They’ll also have Jeet Heer, Aziz Ansari, Kamala Harris, & Pramila Jayapal to fan out for their ground game. Gotta incite against White Privilege, and establish the entitlement of South Asians to avenge their hurt feelz & insecurity for coming from 3rd World countries, feeling like outsiders in the West.

  159. Anon[599] • Disclaimer says:
    @BB753

    Powerful take.

  160. Anon[599] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    That explains all those tattoos on Alan Ladd in the 1940s.

  161. Mr. Anon says:

    Is that a house, or the World’s largest game of Jenga?

  162. Mr. Anon says:

    Maybe Hillary is the new best friend of Sue Ellen Mishkie.

  163. @Anonymous

    We will catch up soon. And likely surpass you.

    You have no idea of what it takes—the qualities of mind and character required—and your post demonstrates it.

    Built at time when Indian per capita GDP remains less than one-twentieth of America’s.

    We will catch up soon.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Anonymous
  164. Anon[599] • Disclaimer says:
    @PiltdownMan

    You have no idea of what it takes—the qualities of mind and character required

    Oh, success does not take too much character, though it may throw the lack thereof into sharp relief. It is to fail like a man, and not cringe on the one hand nor rave on the other, that mind and character come into it. Heaven help us, we may find that out soon enough.

    “But when you win you brag and blow,
    And when you lose you rail,
    Army of eastland yokels
    Not strong enough to fail.”

    “I bring not boast or railing,”
    Spake Alfred not in ire,
    “I bring of Our Lady a lesson set,
    This — that the sky grows darker yet
    And the sea rises higher.”

  165. Anonymous[386] • Disclaimer says:
    @PiltdownMan

    I’m open to suggestions. If you don’t have any, sit back and shut your mouth.

  166. ZOGged says:
    @Edward

    You can take it to the bank that when the Indians[dot] replace the (((chosens))) as the richest [they already are] and the most influential [being worked on, look at the hindu caucus and the RHC] group at the WH, you will see the kind of copious arrogance [seething with contempt] for non Indians especially the middle and the lower middle classes, that you might just wish the (((chosens))) be back. These Hindus have chutzpah to match the chosens

    Anyone who has spent some time around a whole lot of them for a loong time knows the kind of racist, elitist and contemptuous attitudes they display towards [what] they think as their inferiors. The kind of everyday egalitarianism wherein, say, a janitor or the car mechanic is not someone to be looked down on, was pretty new to them when they started coming here en masse [the early 90s ]. Two decades of ethnic favoritism, nepotism and an unmatched cunning from the old world has made a whole lot of them fabulously wealthy [of course some really have the smarts but that doesn’t explain how almost all of them are rich]. Add to that ethnic chauvinism and say in a decade or two, our children and grand children will get to savor the taste of Indian society at it’s finest. Too bad most of us would be lower rung on the caste system to “enjoy” anything off it

    • Replies: @Edward
    , @pistolpete
  167. ZOGged says:
    @Thomm

    Hay ma man. You must be mighty proud lookin at the rapist and his dyke of a wife shaking a leg for a couple million shekels from your hindu big boss man. Of course they’d have promised slick willy something more than just a couple million shekels [your guess is as good as mine].

    Enjoy the good life ma man. By the time you retire, you’d be in the top caste in this country [if at all it remains one]. Too bad you’d have to include some Chinese too in the Brahman caste in the ‘new’ USA [oh the horror, the pork and beef eating Chinese!! that’s blasphemy I know I know]. Guess you’ll get used to it ;).

  168. Anonymous[386] • Disclaimer says:
    @PhysicistDave

    1. You heard wrong.

    2. Adjusting to modernity takes time. There are people in Europe and America who fly in airplanes but still think Jewish virgins can give birth.

    3. Hindu rituals were not created to make sense to non-Hindus.

    4. Varna and Jati are two different systems. And yes, I’m defending both of them. The days of Hindus cowering in shame when a foreigner rants about caste are long gone.

    5. Are you one of those New Atheist cucks? My hierarchy in terms of intellectual sophistication: Pagan > Jew > Christian > Muslim > New Atheist.

    Japanese seem to be doing just fine with Shinto. Which, at its core, is basically the exact same as Hinduism. A role model for us to follow.

    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
  169. ZOGged says:
    @Edward

    It is the wet dream of the Hindus to enslave and humiliate white folk especially in their own countries. You can count on most of them doing just that once they emerge the ‘winners’ in the ever browning new USA. They already are the richest and their working their way in the white house [should be renamed the brown house I think. It’s due].

    Most of their movies features an uber rich man employing tens if not hundreds of white folks as cleaners, butlers, drivers, hand maiden etc living the good life in some castle-sque house in England etc. Since theirs is a low trust highly hierarchical society, where trades like these are looked down on, they are deliberately tapping into the innermost feelings of most of them.

    Elitist arrogance and contempt for the “losers” [read poor folk] is baked into their up-bringing [not all but for the ones coming here, from the upper middle classes it seems it rings very true]. This will play out as they become more powerful [and not merely rich as they are now].

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  170. @Anonymous

    Anonymous[284] wrote to me:

    Millennia before Mandelbrot popularized fractals, Hindus were incorporating the concept in their cosmology and architecture

    Mmmmm… not sure how to break this to you, but real STEM people are not all that impressed by fractals (amused sometimes, but not that impressed).

    Anonymous[284] also wrote:

    We will catch up soon. And likely surpass you.

    Not on the basis of the pictures of architecture you posted! The Taj Mahal is pretty cool. But the pictures you posted… well, I’ll take the Parthenon or the Eiffel Tower or lots of Western architecture over that stuff.

    I do of course know that there are some bright Indians. I also know that Indian society has never really been terribly functional. What India seems to have right now is a few islands of modernity in a country that is, as a whole… well, what was Trump’s term for countries like that?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Edward
  171. @J.Ross

    J. Ross wrote to me:

    Not a math person but I think the answer here is math: maybe the Ganges seemed clean before because they passed some “candlepower” type threshold in their population. A billion and a half people doing the same thing as their colonial-era numbers, with the river staying largely the same size, probably has a disproportionately greater effect.

    No doubt you’re correct.

    But the problem is that a lot of idiots over there haven’t noticed that the river is now a sewer and so they keep doing what their ancestors did. This is not good. Can’t Hindus notice that the river is not what it used to be?

  172. Thomm says:
    @Samuel Skinner

    Laugh all you want but the top decile of white males can’t get the top decile of white females to bear kids with them either.

    False. The top white women are DYING to procreate with the top white men.

    It is possible that you don’t rank nearly as high as you think you do.

  173. Thomm wrote:

    False. The top white women are DYING to procreate with the top white men.

    Is that actually true? White Americans in gneral are not reproducing themselves. If you measure the “top white women” by education or socio-ecconomic status, everything I have heard (and observed from personal experience) is certainly that they are not reproducing: i.e., the upper-middle-class well-educated women whom I know range from zero to two kids. More than two is very, very rare. ( I know lots of women who are physicians or lawyers or who have advanced degrees.)

    Do you have evidence to the contrary? Have you found some hidden island of top decile white women who are just churning out babies like folks used to during the Baby Boom? (I’m a Boomer, and I remember when three or more kids was pretty much the norm.)

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  174. jim jones says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Chinese culture consists mainly of painting things red.

  175. Is that actually true?

    Yes, it is true.

    The Non-Hispanic White fertility rate is 1.8 children per woman. Hardly dreadful.

    If fertility rates aren’t higher, it’s because the cost of living and expectations are high, while earning power is limited. A lot of people end up childless or having smaller than desired families due to financial considerations, not liberalism, feminism, or “hatred” of white men.

    Nearly all white (and non-white) women are open to the idea of having children. However, it’s often financially prohibitive to give the children the lifestyle that the parents want, which is why fertility rates aren’t higher.

    If you marry a career woman, it’s tougher to have kids because these women are often older. Also, they work long hours, so you need to be able to afford daycare and perhaps even a nanny. Not everyone can do this.

    Another point I’d make is that White males are generally not enthusiastic about feeding lots of children. They’d rather just have two kids and hopefully keep their wife in the workplace. So don’t think it’s just women deciding to have fewer kids. Both husbands and wives want fewer kids.

    If a handsome and financially successful White male wants to settle down and procreate, he’ll find plenty of White (and non-white) females who are interested. Unfortunately, many men aren’t rich enough to afford their preferred family size. Even when they are rich enough, they may not want to spend the money and shoulder the extra responsibility of a big family.

    If you really believe that young White women don’t want kids, you should go hang out with some. With only a few exceptions, nearly all of them want to have babies. Preferably with a guy who’s “hot” and “rich.” Unfortunately, most women won’t get that type of guy.

  176. @BB753

    By Western standards, East Asians often have a very good aesthetic sense.

    Many of them are very good dressers and know how to appear stylish. Especially with their rising affluence, you see many East Asians who pay a lot of money to look good.

    East Asian cultural art is often very appealing to Westerners, especially those who are more introverted and perceptive.

    Indians seem to be aesthetically similar to Middle Easterners and Mediterraneans. They often have a very similar style and sense of what looks or sounds good.

    Indian music video.

    Greek music video.

    There’s a region of the world that encompasses Southern Europe, North Africa, Turkey, the Levant, East Africa, Persia, Central Asia, the Arab states, and the Indian subcontinent (especially the northwestern part of the subcontinent). You see somewhat of a common culture and sense of style throughout this region. I’m not sure what term could be could used to refer to this collection of ethnic groups, but you could call them West Asians.

    Indians are apart of that West Asian region. East Asians are definitely not.

    The average White would probably prefer the East Asian aesthetic, finding it sophisticated and alluring. He’d see the Indian aesthetic as bizarre and gaudily overdone.

    The average Sicilian or Persian would prefer the Indian aesthetic. He’d find the East Asian aesthetic “boring,” while seeing the Indian as familiar, fun, and expressive.

    Some of this is likely cultural/environmental, but I’d bet genetics play a huge role in what we prefer.

    • Replies: @Bliss
  177. @PhysicistDave

    Some people are just born to be untouchables?

    If you suffer, you have it coming

    That sounds similar to what HBDers and White nationalists believe.

    The HBD/WN crowd would love a religion that condemned people on the basis of having an inferior bloodline. They’d also love a system of racialist endogamy.

    It seems to me that somebody should create a Nordic version of Hinduism. It’d be wildly popular on here.

    I noticed that on a lot of White nationalist sites, WN posters like to brag that Nordic Aryans created the Hindu religion and Indian civilization. It seems fairly strange to brag about something like that, until you consider how much WNs admire that type of civilization.

  178. Bliss says:
    @Anonymous

    The only civilization that grasped hbd and built its societal rules around it.

    If that doesn’t convince HBDers that they are on a false path then nothing will.

    Every Hindu worth his salt tried his hardest to combat Buddhist nihilism

    You don’t know Buddhism if you believe it is nihilism. Nirvana is not suicide.

    Hence the total absence of Buddhism in modern India.

    A stupid lie.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  179. Anonymous[108] • Disclaimer says:
    @PhysicistDave

    Eiffel tower? Ugh.

    An ugly mole disfiguring an otherwise pretty face.

    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
  180. Anonymous[108] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bliss

    Yes, please tell me more about how a religion that worships the Void, argues against the existence of all mental and natural concepts, and recommends ascetic withdrawal over worldly engagement is not nihilist.

    Anything and everything that’s not nihilist in Buddhism was due to the Hindu Brahmin backgrounds of most of its philosophers. They lost their moorings as soon as they accepted the Buddha’s core ideas, but they had enough Hinduism left in them to avoid going full bore nihilist.

    • Replies: @Bliss
  181. Mr. Anon says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Some people are just born to be untouchables?

    If you suffer, you have it coming

    That sounds similar to what HBDers and White nationalists believe.

    That isn’t true. Steve is one of the most prominent proponents of HBD. He might have even coined the term. He doesn’t seem to subscribe to any such notion, nor does it seem do most people who share his outlook. I don’t believe that many white nationalists do either (although, clearly, some do).

  182. $100 million / 600 guests = $166,666 per guest – almost as much as the $174,000 a US senator makes in a year.

    Lavish celebrations are easy in India. The Indian caste system is largely intact. About 1% of the population are de facto slaves. Around 50% population still defecate on the ground. About 70% of Indians live on less than $2 a day (World Bank). A return to the iron law of wages: work or starve.

    The Indians are quite skilled at state capture. Recall the Bell Pottinger saga: at the behest of the India-born Gupta family, BP launched a dirty tricks campaign based on the notion that “white monopoly capital” was working to destroy the Rainbow Nation. A carefully orchestrated social media campaign using fake news, covert commentators, Twitter attacks, Wikipedia sanitation, etc. tried to sow discord and inflame racial tensions. The pro-Zuma Gupta family was portrayed as victims of a vast white conspiracy to obscure their corruption and attempts at state capture. 2016, Atul Gupta was the 7th-wealthiest person in South Africa. 2017, Bell Pottinger went into bankruptcy, its clients heading for the exits after the dirty tricks campaign was revealed.

    While Bell Pottinger and Zuma are gone, the narrative of white monopoly capital remains virulent. Under the doctrine of “equitable redistribution”, Cyril Ramaphosa has vowed to seize white farms without compensation. South Africa goes the way of Chinese colony Zimbabwe. Interestingly, Ramaphosa is not redistributing any of his estimated $550 million net worth. All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. Ramaphosa grew rich with, inter alia, McDonald’s and Coca-Cola franchises and positions with Standard Bank and Africa’s largest cellular provider. The white farmer in South Africa confronts a sobering reality: an explicitly anti-European kleptocracy backed by Asian billionaires, wicked PR mercenaries and powerful transnational corporations. This is the globalist model. This is the Hillary Clinton model: demonize pale skinned Americans as deplorables and turn America over to Asian billionaires. The Rajneeshpuram conspiracy is instructive here.

  183. Thomm says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    It seems to me that somebody should create a Nordic version of Hinduism. It’d be wildly popular on here.

    Except that White Trashionalists would quickly be sorted into the equivalent of an ‘untouchable’ caste.

    Remember that white variance is extremely high (intelligence, looks, wisdom, character). The bottom 20% is further from the top 20% by a much greater distance than is found in other races.

    The excellence of the functional 80% of whites is because the genetic wastematter collects in the bottom 20% in order to facilitate swift removal from the gene pool. Hence, the bottom 20% of whites comprise of a defective subrace of wastematter. Other races don’t have such an efficient, built-in waste removal mechanism.

    The men of this race become White Trashionalists. The women of this subrace become the fat bluehaired feminists.

  184. @JohnnyWalker123

    Johnny Walker wrote:

    That sounds similar to what HBDers and White nationalists believe.

    Well… I’m not a white nationalist, but I am pretty sure most white nationalists do not want to impose a caste system on the USA (or anywhere else).

    As for “HBDers,” if you mean simply someone who accepts the scientific fact, as does, for example, David Reich of Harvard, that different human populations have different distributions of genes, well, again I am pretty sure Professor Reich does not favor imposing a caste system!

    JW also wrote:

    I noticed that on a lot of White nationalist sites, WN posters like to brag that Nordic Aryans created the Hindu religion and Indian civilization. It seems fairly strange to brag about something like that, until you consider how much WNs admire that type of civilization.

    Probably just a way of putting down the Indians by denying that they created their own religion, especially given that , as Reich explains in his book, it is currently verboten to point out in India that the Aryan invasion actually did occur.

    Historically, of course, some aspects of Hinduism come from the Aryan invaders, but large parts are indigenous.

    • Replies: @Bliss
  185. @Anonymous

    Anonymous[386] wrote to me:

    Varna and Jati are two different systems. And yes, I’m defending both of them. The days of Hindus cowering in shame when a foreigner rants about caste are long gone.

    Well… I am sure that will really help motivate the outcastes (and, indeed, the “once-born” Shudras) to form a unified India!

    Anonymous also wrote to me:

    Are you one of those New Atheist cucks? My hierarchy in terms of intellectual sophistication: Pagan > Jew > Christian > Muslim > New Atheist.

    To which I can only answer with my favorite quote from Schiller: “Against stupidity, the gods themselves contend in vain!”

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  186. Bliss says:
    @PhysicistDave

    Historically, of course, some aspects of Hinduism come from the Aryan invaders, but large parts are indigenous.

    The true parts of Indian religion are all indigenous to India: Yoga, Buddhism, Jainism, Sramanism etc. These are the meditative philosophies of monks, nuns, renunciates: seekers of Spiritual Truth.

    In stark contrast, the Aryan Hinduism of the Brahmins is a ritualistic, highly superstitious religion requiring a hereditary priesthood. It is a combination of Vedic and Puranic. Vedic is ritual fire sacrifices to the gods of the Vedas. And Puranic is ritual worship of idols and images of fictitious characters from the Indian epics.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  187. Anonymous[353] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bliss

    The indigenous religion of India is a heavily nature based system based on Shiva – Shakti. With an emphasis on the latter.

    Buddhism and Jainism were also Aryan religions, similar to the Vedic religion. Heck Buddhism called itself the true Aryan dharma.

    Buddhism and Jainism spread in South India after conquests from the Aryan North, and replaced indigenous goddess traditions. They also spread North Indian languages and culture into South India.

    • Replies: @Bliss
  188. Bliss says:
    @Anonymous

    You don’t know Buddhism if you think it “worships the Void”. It is absurd to think anyone would seek to merge with non-existence. Buddha is known as The Awakened One not as the non-existent one.

    You have been brainwashed by the Brahmin priests into paying them to perform rituals to numerous gods with various names and forms. You worship gods created by someone’s imagination. It is a primitive religion that believes in anthropomorphic gods and goddesses who need worship and sacrifices.

  189. Anonymous[353] • Disclaimer says:
    @PhysicistDave

    Remind me, what was Prime Minister Modi’s caste background again?

    Regarding the hierarchical stratification of religions, I must admit, I built that off of nassim taleb’s idea that pagan thought was more sophisticated than monotheism.

    Here’s an even more detailed stratification:

    Pagan> Jew> Eastern orthodox Christian > Roman Catholic Christian > Shia muslim > protestant Christian > Sunni > evangelical Christian > new atheist.

    Within the pagans, I place the Vajrayana Buddhists and the Hindus in the top tier.

    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
  190. Bliss says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Indians are a part of that West Asian region.

    Not really. Whatever overlap that exists comes mostly from the many centuries of Muslim rule in India. The British left a deep impact on India as well. That does not make India part of the European region either.

    Posting Bollywood videos does not prove your point. For Bollywood was heavily influenced by Mughal culture.

    • Replies: @Anon
  191. Bliss says:
    @Anonymous

    For your information Buddha completely rejected the religion of the Brahmins. He rejected the Vedas, the Vedic deities, the Vedic sacrifices, the caste system, the superstitions of the Brahmins etc. No wonder the Brahmins hated Buddhism and boast how they wiped it out.

    Buddhism and Jainism are Yogic religions. Yoga is indigenous to India. It can be traced back to the Indus Valley Civilization.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  192. @Anonymous

    Anonymous[353] wrote to me

    :Regarding the hierarchical stratification of religions, I must admit, I built that off of nassim taleb’s idea that pagan thought was more sophisticated than monotheism.

    Okay, I have some respect for Taleb — I’m currently reading his latest book.

    But, you do need to keep in mind that Taleb is a very bright guy who very, very often has his tongue very firmly in cheek!

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  193. Anonymous[313] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bliss

    All he rejected was the Vedic animal sacrifice and ritualism.

    Please tell me more about how a religion built around the 4 Aryan truths, which calls itself the true Aryan dharma, whose liturgical languages are both Aryan in origin, whose oldest scripture has an entire chapter dedicated to the qualities of a Brahmin (the brahmana vaggo), whose founder’s main teachers were both Aryan Brahmins (alara kalama and uddaka ramaputta), whose early adherents were primarily Aryan Brahmins (like sariputra), whose texts are filled with references to Aryan deities like Indra and yama, and a religion where every single important thinker has been an Aryan Brahmin (nagarjuna, vasubandhu, asanga, buddhaghosa, dharmakirti, padmasambhava and so many others).. tell me how that religion is anything other than Aryan.

    • Replies: @Bliss
  194. Anonymous[281] • Disclaimer says:
    @PhysicistDave

    He was being serious.

    Start with Taleb. Then read some Evola, Guenon, Alain De benoist… Read social matter. Read counter-currents and arktos.

    Then, presuming you’re of European stock, work on reclaiming the native religion and heritage of your people.

    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
  195. Edward says:
    @PhysicistDave

    You’d seriously take the Eiffel Tower over the pictures he posted? My goodness.

    Parthenon, debatable. I might be inclined to agree with you.

  196. Edward says:
    @ZOGged

    I don’t necessarily disagree. Here in Britain, they are also the highest-paid and highest occupational status group (and best educated, after the Chinese) though as in the United States they have political representation (in the House of Commons) but haven’t really had much influence on Government (yet).

    This may be because they tend to go into medicine, law, accountancy, business and finance, but are less likely to go into the civil service or into government.

    Though, as with any group, generalisations only tell us some of the story. The 2nd and 3rd generation ones, from what I’ve seen, tend to be less contemptuous of those of lower socioeconomic status, but boy do the 1st generation hold those “below” them in contempt.

    • Replies: @Thomm
    , @LostHopeless
  197. J.Ross says: • Website
    @PhysicistDave

    The top men (and the fathers of the future, for better or worse) are whoever the women are climbing onto. Samuel Skinner is using outdated criteria like “literacy” and “employment.”

  198. Thomm says:
    @Edward

    ZOGed is just a flamboyant homosexual who is obsessed with Indians.

    Check out his comment history. These are the only three comments by that idiot before today. Before that, he used another handle until he got caught (on the first day itself).

    The only goal of this faggot is to keep changing his handle and obsess over Indians.

    As an example of his 70-IQ wigger stupidity, he ignores the actual Indian commenters (rec1man, Talha, JohnnyWalker123), and then thinks that a white American like me is Indian.

    It takes effort to be as stupid and pathetic as ZOGed (who will have a different name next week).

  199. India has an ancient crony caste system. American has a crony-corrupt oligarchy, maturing into a full-scale caste system. Maybe, in longstanding and nascent caste systems alike, it is important for the people at the top rung of the social hierarchy to demonstrate their cultural literacy by public immersion in pop culture. It proves that they do not regard themselves as above the little people in areas that require no personal sacrifice, unlike say changing the economic policies that ensure their dominance, including the mass influx of welfare-aided immigrants who provide cheap service to elites while keeping wages low for their fellow citizens, making sure they stay in their place.

  200. @Edward

    You seem to be a classic ‘libertarian’ by your commenting history. Aka one of those guys who are A-OK with legal immigration as long as the gravy train keeps running (on time) but care not one whiff about the dissolving local ethnic pool of the host nation? Aka fiscally conservative but socially liberal. I can bet my last shekel that Mr. Bezos of the big A identifies himself as the same.

    That is to say make Canada like the UK as long as only “skilled immigrants” come in? I work in tech in the US and know very well how even alphabet soup visas for supposedly “skilled” workers also get abused by people coming in from very low trust countries with a penchant for “gaming” the system and exploiting the loopholes. Do you care about the pagan customs they bring with them and how that will play out politically once they get their lobby up and running in the power centers. Check the ‘center for immigration studies’ and the fabulous work they’ve done to bring out the hard numbers. The H1B lobby as well as the tech plantation owners hate their guts but they still plod on.

    For you and other “libertarian” minded people everywhere, I’d genuinely like to know if for you a nation is nothing more than a factory floor (oops, wrong analogy, was more apt in the 70s) or say an investment bank? Is racial homogeneity and the high trust culture it inspires nothing for guys like you? I can bet my a** that when this sinking ship tanks, these “skilled” immigrants will take the first flight off back to their shitholes or to some other 1st world country built by whites. But they’ll never stay and fight

    Canada will cease to be white majority in the urban centers in say 2 decades at max. You will then see the dynamics that made India, Nigeria and China (all vastly different but still low trust societies with Nigeria < India < China) such wonderful places to live and work play out. It is probably then you'd realize that no matter how much the "muh IQ" and "muh skillz" crowd (like you) tries to downplay the Trojan threat to the white race here, the damage would be real and permanent and plain as day for all to see

  201. Anonymous[196] • Disclaimer says:
    @ZOGged

    Having white servants is also a status symbol for wealthy liberals who are embarrassed to have blacks serving them.

  202. @Anonymous

    Anonymous[108] wrote to me:

    Eiffel tower? Ugh.

    An ugly mole disfiguring an otherwise pretty face.

    Have you visited it? It is kinda weird, but really, really impressive!

    • Replies: @Anon
  203. @Anonymous

    Anonymous[281] wrote to me:

    Then, presuming you’re of European stock, work on reclaiming the native religion and heritage of your people.

    But which of my people’s native religions do I need to reclaim — Wotanism or Druidism?

    Surely, you don’t want me to sign up with that Johnny-come-lately religion that a few of my disloyal ancestors imported from the Near East based on that crazy Jewish guy who got himself crucified, now do you?

    Seriously, if I need to return to the beliefs of my ancestors, can I remind you that pretty nearly all of my (and your) ancestors prior to 1500 believed that the sun revolved around the earth. And, nearly all of our ancestors before 1800 believed in a separate creation of human beings, rather than in evolution.

    So, do we all need to become geocentrists and young-earth creationists?

    Or, just maybe, can we let our ancestors rest in peace and focus on our own efforts doing our best to ascertain what is actually true, independent of our ancestors’ beliefs?

    As Jefferson said, the earth belongs to the living. (I come from a long line of Jeffersonians: I think my ancestors would actually approve of this stand.)

  204. Bliss says:
    @Anonymous

    All he rejected was the Vedic animal sacrifice and ritualism.

    Buddha rejected the Brahmin religion in it’s entirety. He rejected it’s holiest book, it’s gods, it’s caste system, all it’s beliefs and practices, everything. The fact that many Brahmins abandoned the religion of their ancestors and became Buddhists only proves that they found Buddha’s Gospel to be incomparably superior.

    The correct meaning of the word “Aryan” is “noble” and of the word “Brahmin” is “holy man”. That is how Buddha used these words in the Dhammapada. He emphasized that these characteristics are achieved, not inherited as claimed by the fake “holy men” who called themselves Brahmins. Did you even bother to read the Dhammapada?

    https://www.buddhanet.net/pdf_file/scrndhamma.pdf

    by the time of the Buddha the brahmins had turned into a privileged priesthood which defined itself by means of birth and lineage rather than by genuine inner sanctity. The Buddha attempted to restore to the word brahmana its original connotation by identifying the true “holy man” as the Arahat, who merits the title through his own inward purity and holiness regardless of family line- age.

    It is stupid to try to relate Buddhism to Vedic Hinduism when anyone with half a brain can see that a Yogic religion that teaches to dive within yourself to find the Truth cannot possibly be reconciled with a primitive religion from the steppes that revolved around animal (and human) sacrifices to non-existent gods.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  205. Anonymous[122] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bliss

    Buddhism and Vedic Hinduism are just two branches of the religions of the Aryans.

    Yoga was and is primarily a Hindu system. If not, how come even today the center of all forms of yoga is India, not any of the Buddhist countries? How come all the Hindus texts talk of various forms of yoga, while only a subset of later Buddhist texts use the term? Buddha’s teachers were brahmin yogis whose concepts were indistinguishable from those of the Upanishads.

    The Buddha stole most of his concepts from the Brahmin Aryan teachers around him, but worsened them incomparably with his nihilism and other bad ideas.

    Nihilism is incapable of standing against foreign conquest, that’s why Buddhism was so easily wiped out by Islam. And now being wiped out by Christians, like in South Korea.

    Buddha also severely damaged Hindu India with his silly ideas of compassion and ahimsa, and his glorification of brahminical values of yoga, charity and peace above all else. The Hindus knew that a good society also needed Kshatriya values, Vaishya values, Shudra values to flourish. But Buddha, in his incompetence, thought everyone should act like a brahmin and just sit around meditating.

    Thankfully, the teachers of later forms of Buddhism realized their founder’s error. Vajrayana Buddhism is basically indistinguishable from Hinduism. Heck, in Japan the shingon Buddhists do Agni homa fire sacrifices. And they use mantras like the Hindus.

    Why do Buddhists wax eloquent about Om, Indra, Gayatri mantra and so on if they were so independent of the Hindu matrix in which their ideas developed?

    Just so you don’t think I’m merely a Brahmin supremacist, I think the best form of Indian religion is Sikhism. It’s even better as a practical mass faith than mainstream Hinduism, although not as intellectually sophisticated as high forms of Hinduism and Vajrayana Buddhism.

    In the Sikhism of Govind Singh we find the practical concepts of the Vedas and Shakta tantra taken to their logical conclusion. It is the polar opposite of the weak, nihilist, depressive, limp-wristed Jain and Buddhist religions.

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  206. Anonymous[122] • Disclaimer says:

    Wotanism, druidism, it doesn’t matter. They’re just local cults, similar to the various little cults that come under the umbrella of Hinduism. A good Hindu doesn’t say he has to pick exactly one way, one book. Nor would a good Greek or Roman pagan limit themselves like that- they had all sorts of gods and cults in the polis. I consider the Greek gods as Hindu as any other.

    And you don’t need to “believe”, that’s a Christian idea.

    Faith and unquestioning submission to an external God are very alien to the pagan mindset.

    If there’s a God, he or she exists as much within you as outside. Pantheism is a common idea shared by various pagan cultures. As is atheism.

    But not the simplistic evangelical atheism of new atheists.

    I consider myself an atheist Hindu, as do several million others, in the sense that I don’t believe in an anthropomorphic deity out there who created the universe and watches over our behaviour. The gods are archetypes, metaphors, not material entities.

    Only modern deracinated Indians, simple villagers, women and children make the mistake of considering gods real in the way that you and I are real.

    The goddess of wealth, for instance, is not someone floating in heaven who hands out money to the virtuous, but a metaphor for those cognitive structures, behaviours, social networks and so on that enable one to acquire wealth. And the Hindus have rituals that enhance these cognitive structures (meditative methods) and social structures (public festivals, rules for behaviour) and so on.

    It is a very established idea in the Hindu world that the goddess of wealth and the goddess of knowledge cannot live with each other in the same household. From an atheistic standpoint, this is just acknowledgement of the fact that the behaviours of nerds, yogis and priests rarely result in wealth. And the behaviours of hustlers like trump rarely result in intellect.

    Here’s a book which finally gets it –
    https://www.vedicbooks.net/gods-within-p-1400.html

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  207. Anon[599] • Disclaimer says:
    @PhysicistDave

    It is kinda weird, but really, really impressive!

    An accurate description of Hinduism…

  208. Anon[599] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bliss

    Indians certainly like bright colors and so on. But so did medieval Europeans (and apparently to some extent ancient Europeans) and so do the Chinese. There’s a minimalist aesthetic present in East Asia that is a) not entirely dominant in East Asia and b) not really well-represented at all elsewhere except in the modern West.

    Yes, there are monks’ and anchorites’ cells, but I don’t think the aesthetic motive is predominant in those cases.

  209. Bliss says:
    @Anonymous

    The Buddha stole most of his concepts from the Brahmin Aryan teachers around him, but worsened them incomparably with his nihilism and other bad ideas.

    The Brahmin concept of religion involved sacrificing humans and animals to various fictitious gods mentioned in the Vedas. You must be retarded if you actually think Buddhism (or Yoga or Sikhism or Jainism or the Upanishads) have anything in common with that ignoble, unholy, barbaric bullshit.

    Neither Buddhists, nor Sikhs nor Jains consider themselves Hindus or subscribe to it’s ridiculous caste system (as if holiness is an inherited trait). And the Rishis of the Upanishads ridiculed the religion of the Brahmins:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Upanishads

    While the hymns of the Vedas emphasize rituals and the Brahmanas serve as a liturgical manual for those Vedic rituals, the spirit of the Upanishads is inherently opposed to ritual. The older Upanishads launch attacks of increasing intensity on the ritual. Anyone who worships a divinity other than the self is called a domestic animal of the gods in the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad. The Chāndogya Upanishad parodies those who indulge in the acts of sacrifice by comparing them with a procession of dogs chanting Om! Let’s eat. Om! Let’s drink.

    The Kaushitaki Upanishad asserts that “external rituals such as Agnihotram offered in the morning and in the evening, must be replaced with inner Agnihotram, the ritual of introspection”, and that “not rituals, but knowledge should be one’s pursuit”. The Mundaka Upanishad declares how man has been called upon, promised benefits for, scared unto and misled into performing sacrifices, oblations and pious works. Mundaka thereafter asserts this is foolish and frail, by those who encourage it and those who follow it, because it makes no difference to man’s current life and after-life, it is like blind men leading the blind, it is a mark of conceit and vain knowledge, ignorant inertia like that of children, a futile useless practice.

    And yet, the deceitful Brahmins tacked the Upanishads onto the Vedas and stubbornly insist they are a part of the very system they ridiculed…

    Buddha, in his incompetence, thought everyone should act like a brahmin and just sit around meditating.

    As if the Vedic Brahmins were meditators, not sacrificers. You are an absolutely shameless liar.

    I think the best form of Indian religion is Sikhism.

    Sikhism teaches monotheism, egalitarianism and the rejection of idol worship, in imitation of Islam and in stark contrast to Hinduism. They even dress like medieval muslims. Perhaps you should convert to Sikhism? Maybe the conversion will give you the “virility” that you crave but can not find in your own religion?

    Btw, the Sikhs have an even lower opinion of Hindus than you, and much blood has been shed in violence between these two very distinct Indian religions:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khalistan_movement

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  210. Anonymous[419] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bliss

    Okay dude whatever please calm down
    Go do some Buddhist meditation

  211. Bliss says:
    @Anonymous

    I consider myself an atheist Hindu

    Even atheists are Hindus to this confused crackpot. What next, muslims are hindus?

    Here’s a book which finally gets it –

    https://www.vedicbooks.net/gods-within-p-1400.html

    Based on his book’s description he is just another bullshit artist:

    This book is a pioneering study that reconciles the traditional understanding of the Vedic Gods, taken as the constituents of the individual’s consciousness, with new discoveries of neuroscience.

    The “traditional understanding of the Vedic Gods” was nothing like that or else the traditional ritual sacrifices to the Vedic Gods would be meaningless. The Vedic Brahmins were a primitive people who believed in external gods who could be propitiated by sacrifices.

    Using a variety of sources, the book argues that the Gods may be seen as the cognitive centres in the brain or the archetypal projections of an objective consciousness on the subjective mind.

    This blithering imbecile has it ass-backwards: consciousness can never be objective, it is not something that can be observed. It is always subjective.

  212. @ZOGged

    Indians have become the ethnicity I dislike the most. They share the worst traits of Jewish people but without any of their redeeming qualities. Better or worse Jews have always been here, indians are new comers and act like they own the place. I’ve gotten along aand liked Jewish individuals all my life, but something about Indians is just unpleasant. Maybe passive aggressive beta behavior. And here in ny they will cut you in line like you’re invisible. Also one tried ripping me off at his gas station a while ago. At laguardia airport their is a 7 11 parking lot where all the Indian uber drivers wwait for airport fares and its bathroom is out of your worst nightmare. They had to put pictures explaining to them not to shit in the sink and urinals. They throw their coffee cups into the toilet. Unbelievable.

    NYC iis third world cuz of the likes of them. I grew up in South America and they are far worse than Latinos. I loathe them in my country

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