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  1. Anon[282] • Disclaimer says:

    I’m surprised any artist ever thought of making an exhibit of the emails of Ms. Lefty Dullard. I would never have bothered. Well, the exhibit got one visitor, at least.

  2. FPD72 says:

    Two things not mentioned by the “artist:”

    The easiest crime to gain a conviction was the use of a personal, private, server, over which classified information was transmitted and stored.

    The 24,000 documents that Hillary had destroyed, along with the server, AFTER they were subpoenaed. I’m pretty sure that none of the 24,000 were among the 60,000 pages displayed. I wonder how boring they were?

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    , @Mr McKenna
  3. Anon[204] • Disclaimer says:

    A good excuse for a trip to Italy, why not? If you’re adding carbon to the atmosphere, you need something to offset it, like participating in a performance art project.

    It kind of reminds me, as an Angeleno, of prankster-artist Jeffrey Vallance’s office project circa the late ’70s or early ’80s, an art installation that was just him at his desk doing work. I think this postdated the project where he bought a chicken from the poultry department of the local Ralphs and had it interred at a Calabasas pet cemetary.

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  6. newrouter says:

    chutzpah or maybe a death wish

  7. I think a great art installation would be a large screen endlessly replaying that clip of Hillary saying about Khadaffy, “We came, we saw, he died (maniacal cackle)!”

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
  8. How cool would it be if performance artist and witch Marina Abramović performed some sort of Aleister Crowley inspired, good olde blood and semen spirit cooking sex magick ritual involving Anthony Weiner and those assorted emails?

    That would be some really transgressive art.


    • LOL: Digital Samizdat
  9. Jack D says:

    “They are just so boring,”

    Crimestop means the faculty of stopping short, as though by instinct, at the threshold of any dangerous thought. It includes the power of not grasping analogies, of failing to perceive logical errors, of misunderstanding the simplest arguments…. and of being bored or repelled by any train of thought which is capable of leading in a heretical direction. Crimestop, in short, means protective stupidity.

    – George Orwell, 1984

  10. At the end of the day, the worst thing about the Clintons, in my mind, is that there is absolutely nothing they won’t do for money.

    Have some dignity for Christ’s sake.

    • Agree: black sea, jim jones
    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
  11. black sea says:

    Madame Clinton demonstrates once again that she lacks the political acumen of a 9th-grade class president in a school for “exceptional” children.

    • LOL: Redneck farmer
  12. Like a dog to his vomit, the perp returns to the scene of her crime. Is she SURE this was a good idea?

    I can see it now: “Chinese tour group breaks Epstein case at Venice museum! Story at Eleven REDACTED.

  13. El Dato says:

    HuffPo promotes healthy thinking..

    And a lot of things that happened on September 11 are very boring and why don’t you go watch a superhero movie instead or do hasbara on twitter!

    At least I learned there is an “Oval Office Resolute Desk”, which suggests the question of whether there is a symmetric “Irresolute Desk”.

    The documents are being displayed in an environment that “converts in a lo-fi format some of the furnishings of the Oval Office in the White House,” the description says.

    The description explains that “the pile of papers is rather unimpressive, rebutting Trump’s efforts to make them monumental.

    I can’t even remember what the FBI said about all of this or why the server was “private” in the first place. Confusing times. Permanent overload. And the art exhibitions take all the rest of my time.

    Urbano Ragazzi added that organizers wanted Clinton to “understand the intentions” of the project.

    “In the digital age, making these documents available to everyone in a touchable format is a way to focus on something concrete in order to exit the impalpable toxicity of ideological narratives,” they said, before adding: “The exhibition is a way to allude to an alternative world that will never exist. We are happy that the real Hillary has been part of this image full of possibilities.”

    Everybody needs a Sith Lord to spice up things.

    In an alternative world Lybia wasn’t bombed and antagonism towards Russia wasn’t sold to the public nonstop for base political reasons of pig disgusting female revanchism.

  14. J.Ross says:

    Dear every Georgetown grad and CIA active who sees me as a noisy know-nothing peasant:
    Hillary made a reverse drop box.
    She got away with it because American law is an illusion for bilking white folks of dosh, and as for opsec, well, I’ve got movies and best-selling books to point you to. Movies and best-selling books which are not classified.
    But she dines out on mocking it afterward? Really?
    At least there was a [SPOILER ALERT BLOCK — buy an iSteve ELECTRUM membership by donating at least $100 to see this content] of KGB Col. Kim Philby in The Fourth Protocol.
    Sailor Saucier got prison but Hillary gets a book tour?
    (A Palestinian waiting hours on a car checkpoint to see his sick mother says with all sincerity there is good in the world: Louis VIX waves his hand and insists that the guards leave Manon’s boyfriend alone. Revolution still on schedule.)

  15. @NJ Transit Commuter

    Not true. There is one thing neither Clinton will ever, ever do, no matter how much money is involved: tell the truth.

  16. Hil be so thirsty.

    She be like “Come and see ME for once, come and see ME for once you don’t ever come to me..”

  17. Venice!? The Most Serene Republic has fallen somewhat since the 15th century, when their trade monopoly forced the Portuguese to go around Africa, and the Spanish to head west and slam into the Americas.

    A better place to get your yawns is the annual Boring Conference in London. Here is a survey of 1950s cookbooks– the last minute and a half is eye-opening.

  18. They at least could have had her barking orders from the bathroom like LBJ.

    • LOL: BB753
  19. @FPD72

    The easiest crime to gain a conviction was the use of a personal, private, server, over which classified information was transmitted and stored.

    The easiest crime to charge and get a conviction on was actually unauthorised destruction of Government property. Unlike with Republican offenders, they didn’t even go for a §1001 charge just to give her a slap on the hand.

  20. RobUK says:

    Nothing proves your innocence and restores your good name than presenting the doctored evidence at an art exhibition in Venice. Critics refuted!!

  21. @FPD72

    The 24,000 documents that Hillary had destroyed, along with the server, AFTER they were subpoenaed. I’m pretty sure that none of the 24,000 were among the 60,000 pages displayed. I wonder how boring they were?

    Hillary said that the tens of thousands of documents she destroyed weren’t relevant to the investigation. Imagine being able to decide what evidence you want to show to police detectives when they come after you. All right, you guys can look at this stuff if you want, but you can’t look at all that stuff because I’m going to destroy that stuff. Whoops! Already gone. In case you were wondering what real privilege looks like.

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
  22. George says:

    The graphic accompanying this article is the statue of liberty scene from the planet of the apes.

    Virtually Impossible for Anyone to Seek Asylum at the Border
    The decision allows the ban to go into effect as legal challenges go through the lower courts.

  23. I just saw a clip of the art installation on the website for the Daily Mail.

    She isn’t even reading them! She is just flipping quickly through the printed pages.

    We just have to trust her that these emails are what she says they are. Figures.

    During the standoff at the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, people joked that we should have just erected walls around the compound and then called it a prison.

    Perhaps in this instance, somebody could have put up bars around the art installation, so we could call it a prison cell.

  24. I just did some quick math. Assuming that 500 pages together would be one inch thick, 60,000 pages would be 120 inches, or ten feet.

    I don’t see ten feet of documents in that exhibit.

  25. Possumman says:

    Maybe Banksys could shred her at the end of the exhibit.

  26. @MikeatMikedotMike

    She looks like Mason Verger*:

    *One of Hannibal Lecter’s victims. An unrepentant pedophile who literally drinks the tears of his victims.

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