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From NBC News:

Influential neo-Nazi eats at soup kitchens, lives in government housing

In his writings, James Mason advocates waging war against “the system.” But at 67 and living in Denver, he’s now dependent on it.

Nov. 26, 2019, 1:01 PM PST
By Anna Schecter and Rich Schapiro

… The 67-year-old white supremacist lives in a government subsidized apartment in Denver and eats at soup kitchens.

In a brief interview last week, a few days after he was spotted picking up a meal at a city-run center for “homeless and hungry seniors,” Mason said he sees no contradiction between his writings and his lifestyle.

“Guerilla warfare, man. Guerilla warfare,” Mason told NBC’s Denver affiliate KUSA. “You’ve gotta take what you have to get what you need.”

In contrast,

Influential paleo-Communist paid to lecture on campuses, give press conference at Sundance announcing her own biopic

“In 1970, Angela Davis purchased firearms for people who used them in an armed takeover of a courtroom in Marin County, California, in which four people were killed.”

Currently, Davis, the 75-year-old black Communist and Professor Emerita at US Santa Cruz, is helping produce a feature film biopic about herself announced at the 2019 Sundance Festival when her busy campus speaking schedule allows. Last year, Harvard proudly announced it had acquired her papers.

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  1. Dan Hayes says:


    This juxtaposition sadly says it all!

  2. Anonymous[425] • Disclaimer says:

    Judeo-Nazi racket pays best. BDS not so much.

  3. Mr. Mason also was once a spokesman for the infamous bumwine Thunderbird.

  4. In a just world , Mason and Davis would be eating at the same soup kitchen.

    • LOL: bomag
    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    , @Jim Don Bob
  5. black sea says:

    About a month ago I was visiting a university in the UK and noticed posters all over the place announcing Angela Davis’ impending campus visit/lecture/preach-in, or whatever. I wouldn’t have thought that she would matter much to British or international students born around the turn of the 21st century, but I guess she matters to the middle-aged administrators.

    • Replies: @Bragadocious
    , @Art Deco
  6. jon says:
    @Oswald Spengler

    I can’t believe they ever actually advertised T-bird. That was our go-to drink for awhile back in my teen drinking days – went down easier than the hard stuff, but didn’t have any carbonation like beer.

  7. The world is a business.

    Time again for this scene from another one of the greatest films of all time:

  8. Altai [AKA "Altai_5"] says:

    On the other hand:
    Obama privately said he would speak up to stop Sanders: report

    I think it more comes down the personalities of these political extremes and frankly, that is why the right loses out. A primary motive for many on the right is a lack of empathy and kind of begrudgery. A motivation of many right-wing nationalists is not ingroup empathy or solidarity (I saw some from the ‘alt-right’ praising Macron for his anti-union plans) but outgroup hatred. These traits come from personality types that people naturally recoil from.

    By contrast, a great many liberals and SJWs are genuinely motivated by empathy and collective concern, even if many of those from ‘protected classes’ for whom such policies are not a form of group or individual sacrifice, often seem to have much in common with far right nationalists (Cenk Uygur was explicitly a turbo Turkish nationalist in his youth) personality-wise and not so much what we’re used to in terms of left wing nationalists in Europe.

    Despite global warming being very real, many on the right deny it simply because they don’t like the kind of people who most prioritise the environment. (Or because they are right wing libertarians and don’t like the implications of limits to growth) This is an exact symmetry with regards to immigration restriction the other way. There is no problem with immigration, we need more immigrants etc…

    People don’t remember what you said, they remember how you made them feel. I think everyone could learn from that.

  9. songbird says:

    Didn’t she once pose with Valentina Tereshkova? Yes, I know she did – it is a funny commentary on affirmative action in space. BTW, Soviets also put a black Cuban up there before US had any blacks or Hispanics, let alone “blacks AND Hispanics.”

    But then the shuttle came along and the US won the diversity space race because the shuttle had more seats and the US had more money, as the USSR was collapsing. Though, the shuttle was not exactly kind to smart black Americans. That is why we need to go “black to the moon” – sending smart black men through the ionizing radiation of the Van Allen belts to the furthest point man has even been from the earth – and maybe a bit further (records are meant to be broken), sounds like a pretty clever prog plan, to inspire the blacks that don’t do well in school, to attain PhDs, does it not?

  10. OT: Black bio-terrorist on the loose across Toronto university campuses. Dumping buckets of pee and poo on innocent Asians.

    Police finally release a photo of him after a second assault. Described by police as a “30 year old man, wearing a hat and dark gloves”. Rumored on Reddit to have attacked only Asian victims – a Korean girl, and Indian girl, and a Chinese guy. Now that he’s caught – it’s back to a total media blackout.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  11. Anon[118] • Disclaimer says:


    My idea for a new browser extension: Highlight somehow, such as with various pastel background colors, the identity of the writer of an article. For instance, on the top page of the New Yorker, highlight each article link by a color showing, e.g., Christian ancestry whites, Jews, blacks, Hispanics, Asians, etc. With intersectionality, this could get unwieldy very fast, so some simplification would be necessary. Or different views: The Race and Ethnicity View, the Sex and Gender Identification View, the Citizenship View, The Domicile View (New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, D.C., Flyover, Overseas).

    This would require a database of journalists and opinion writers, an Identity Database, and because crowdsourcing would lead to vandalism, some trusted party would have to moderate edits, along the lines of code check-in in some open source software projects. The plug-in itself would have to rely on fragile and customized screen-scraping and modification of HTML, so the number of publications that could be covered and maintained would need to be limited. The Identity Database could also be used by a robot app to crawl archives and generate historical data about author identity at a publication.

    • Agree: BannedHipster
    • Replies: @kihowi
    , @SFG
    , @Anonymous
  12. James Mason was one of the first 1.0 figure to move away from the working class rhetoric and advocate going on welfare. Bleed the system, as it were.

    Heard he went on SSI 20 or so years ago.

  13. @Buzz Mohawk

    Angela Davis engaged in business negotiations:

  14. Mr. Anon says:

    OT: Orange County Weekly goes out of business

    Another victim of changing demographics? A decline in the number of people who read English, or who read at all?

    • Replies: @216
    , @Anonymous
  15. @Buzz Mohawk

    The character’s name is Arthur Jensen, also the name of one of Steve’s favorite academics.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
  16. Lurker says:

    Influential neo-nazi

    I’ve never heard of him. Whereas Angela Davis otoh is at least on my radar.

    “James Mason” – 3.4 millon hits on Google.

    “Angela Davis” – 4.4 million.

    Then one must factor in the James Mason hugely inflating that 3.4 million it’s even more lopsided. In fact it’s somewhat depressing that the James Mason himself isn’t outperforming Angela.

  17. Mr. Anon says:
    @Oswald Spengler

    Wow! Embarrassing. I guess he really needed the dough. Some of the comments on that video are hilarious.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
  18. In other news, black racist Al Sharpton was welcomed at the Obama White House 81 times. White racist David Duke has not been invited to the White House even once.

    • Replies: @Morton's toes
  19. J.Ross says:

    You want Nazi imagery, I’ve got a new video of a German leader demanding that freedom of speech be exterminated to make living space for a “free society.”

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    , @kaganovitch
  20. Neoconned says:

    This woman spoke about a decade ago in Alabama on MLK day. I remember reading aabout it in the local paper.

    The local university diversity dept or whatever it’s called financed it….im assuming with govt monies….

    Anyway what’s the joke about the kkk…..there are more govt agents and informers in any cross burning….than actual racist yahoos.

    I think the atf and FBI in Denver know the obvious…..this guy is a danger to no one so why waste money wiretapping him or risk a federal lawsuit in speech grounds by trying to silence him? Let him ramble….

  21. Mr. Hack says:
    @Oswald Spengler

    James Mason the actor was born in 1909 and died in 1984, therefore he couldn’t be the same one that Sailer is writing about here. He did seem way to high brow to be slugging down Thunderbird wine. “Oh how the mighty fall from grace” 🙂

  22. Obee says:
    @Oswald Spengler

    What’s the price? Sixty twice.

    • Replies: @Anonymouse
  23. 216 says: • Website
    @Mr. Anon

    If it is a so-called “alt-weekly”, we should piss on their grave.

    The incessant claim that the left is “edgy” has been their stock in trade, while in reality the left has a near-monopoly of corporate and academic power.

    No system where journalists are 90% liberal can be defined as a “free press”.

    Affirmative Action…for the Right!

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    , @Mr McKenna
  24. Dan Hayes says:

    Hitler did a better job than Merkel with the haranguing business.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  25. @J.Ross

    You can take the girl out of the Stasi but you can’t take the Stasi out of the girl.

  26. @Mr. Anon

    Since we’re going there, Orson Welles must have needed the dough too:

    • LOL: PiltdownMan
    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    , @David
  27. As deplorable as her entire career was, the whole of it resulted in a fraction of the damage that other Angela did her country in one fell swoop. To paraphrase Paul Begala, “Stroke of the pen, end of the land. Kinda cruel.”

    Angela Davis = Given a salad.

    • Agree: Mr McKenna
  28. @Dan Hayes

    Hitler did a better job than Merkel with the haranguing business.

    Yes, but she’s more of a man.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
    • Replies: @SFG
  29. Dan Hayes says:
    @Oswald Spengler

    It’s a race whether posterity will honor James Mason as either the Thunderbird promoter or Lolita’s suitor?

  30. @flyingtiger

    In a just world , Mason and Davis would be eating at the same soup kitchen.

    In a just world, Mason would be in that soup kitchen serving Davis.

    • Replies: @Not Raul
  31. Mr. Anon says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    We’ll sell no wine before it’s……oh Hell, give me that bottle!…………(glug, glug, glug)

  32. Mr. Anon says:
    @Dan Hayes

    It’s a race whether posterity will honor James Mason as either the Thunderbird promoter or Lolita’s suitor?

    James Mason was great in every movie he was ever in (including the bad ones), but his greatest role was as Gentleman Brown in Lord Jim

  33. Mr. Anon says:

    If it is a so-called “alt-weekly”, we should piss on their grave.

    Yeah, I won’t mourn for it. They’re lefty douchebags. But the reason is interesting.

  34. David says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    He called those ads his going-out-of-business sale.

  35. Having actually been on the inside of a so-called “white supremist organization”, and having met the high panjandrums of several bigger ones, the difference in funding between communist and black supremist and mestizo/indigenous supremist organizations and the “white power crowd” is astonishing. It is orders of magnitude in difference in favor of the left.

    The only even vaguely well funded white outfit I can think of was William Pierce’s National Alliance in its heyday. Pierce got between a quarter and half a mil in stolen Brinks loot handed to him by the Robert Mathews operation, and he had a book and record distribution business and Local Units in various cities that actually generated some cash flow. He was not worth a hundredth of what the SPLC was. Maybe not a thousandth.

    Our Christian Identity organization once researched opening a radio station. We went to the NRB convention and saw how an outfit like Bott worked. We decided that a shortwave station would be our best bet, with the future possibility of simulcasting our audio on the then-new internet. The economics of running a 50 kW transmitter and maintaining an antenna were an order of magnitude in excess of what we realistically could do. At that time Pete Peters was probably the number one CI broadcaster and he was just buying airtime on WWCR and local AMs like KAAY.

    Our theology was quite a bit different than Peters’ and Scriptures for America. We never called for the death penalty for homosexuality, adultery or abortion, we had nothing to do with David Icke-ism, and focused on community-building on a voluntary basis. In this, the pastor’s primary inspiration was, unlikely enough, Stewart Brand’s Whole Earth Catalogue.We certainly advised against miscegenation, but openly offered to work with black or Native American groups to help them establish their own organizations. Our problem was the same as most other white outfits, CI, Cosmotheist, nonreligious, whatever: the people we appealed to were people with no money and people with money who agreed with us were too chickenshit scared to even mail us a grocery store money order.

    The people currently involved with “the white thing” are the people for whom the status quo is not working out very well. Unlike most people, this gives me a reason to think that in the long run “the white thing” is not over, because I therefore figure that when large numbers of whites are not doing very well in the future, they will be far more approachable. Pierce always said that he would love nothing more than to make a lot of white people poor, hungry, cold, and scared, because then they would be amenable to listening. At one time we called this the Stacy’s Mom Theory, from the protagonist’s line, ” and since your dad walked out your mom could use a guy like me”.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  36. @Altai

    People don’t remember what you said, they remember how you made them feel.

    A lot of people are idiots.

  37. @PiltdownMan

    She looks like Rachel Dolezal with just a tad of age progression.

    Hey! Just figured out the real reason Rachel transitioned:
    they age so well!

    “Affinity Magazine” “Blue Check”

    • Replies: @SFG
  38. @Dan Hayes

    He made an excellent suave baddie in North by Northwest, upstaged, though, by Martin Landau as his ambiguously creepy henchman. Or henchhuman, perhaps I should say.

  39. @216

    journalists are 90% liberal

    Nine of the remaining ten are Fox News, National Review, Commentary types.

    Leaving about one percent actual free thinkers. Sounds about right.

  40. @Obee

    What’s the price?

    Sixty twice.

    Who drinks the most?

    Colored folks.

    • Replies: @William Badwhite
  41. Lurker says:

    I saw some from the ‘alt-right’ praising Macron for his anti-union plan

    Whereas I’ve never seen anyone who could be characterized as alt-right regard Macron with anything but contempt.

  42. karsten says:

    Whereas I’ve never seen anyone who could be characterized as alt-right regard Macron with anything but contempt.

    Exactly. Unless one twists “alt-right” to include the Shapiro types.

    Whom the actual alt-right justifiably loathes.

  43. karsten says:

    A primary motive for many on the right is a lack of empathy and kind of begrudgery. A motivation of many right-wing nationalists is not ingroup empathy or solidarity (I saw some from the ‘alt-right’ praising Macron for his anti-union plans) but outgroup hatred.

    LOL. An amazing bit of brazen lying and projection by the above commentator.

    Apart from the sheer nonsense of claiming that Macron, of all people, is praised by the alt-right — whereas in fact the alt-right despises him as the worst kind of globalist — one of the prime motivations of the actual alt-right precisely is empathy for poorer whites, because they (correctly) see poorer whites as being despised by America’s hostile elite in general and by their mortal enemies in specific: the neocon vipers such as Bill Kristol and Kevin Williamson, both of whom have explicitly advocated for mass immigration as a way to hurt the “unproductive” poorer white class.

    Even in this comment thread, there exists a sneering contempt for a white person who uses soup kitchens. The alt-right, while it disagrees with WN 1.0 on many groups, would have nothing but empathy for him.

  44. kihowi says:

    This already exists, for the usual suspects anyway; it’s called the Coincidence Detector™. It detects coincidences. Don’t look for it on the app store though.

  45. Even Jesuit Marquette University, alma mater of Ur-anti-communist, Joe McCarthy, rolled out the red carpet welcome mat for her a couple of years ago.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    , @El Dato
  46. @flyingtiger

    In a just world , Mason and Davis would be eating at the same soup kitchen.

    But only after David did 30 years for being an accessory to murder.

  47. @Harry Baldwin

    How many people who will admit to having spoken with D. D. have been invited to the White House?

    Your comparison presents a vast underestimate of the situation.

  48. @Altai

    [Liberals] “don’t remember what you said, they remember how you made them feel.” FIFY

    Not only do we of the so-called Alt Right remember what people said, we remind them of it and call their attention to their errors in fact or reasoning. And that hurts their feelings, as you have pointed out.

    It’s not that we’re not empathetic, it’s just that in any group there will be many, if not most, who are too wooly-headed to figure things out and get them right. And too, there will be sizable chunks of the population, various ethnies and races, who actively oppose the welfare of other groups. These wreckers will do everything in their power to gum up the works as long as it advances what they perceive to be their self interest. In a “diverse” nation this is a given. Empathy is a bandaid on a body wracked with cancer.

  49. @Dan Hayes

    Don’t forget, he portrayed Rommel twice.

  50. SFG says:

    I think you’ve just delineated the reason it wouldn’t work in your second paragraph: Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

  51. SFG says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Hitler was pretty masculine. Got a major industrial power on his side through oratory and force of will.

    It didn’t work out for them, but that’s another story.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
    , @Art Deco
  52. SFG says:

    The place I’d quibble is that extreme lefties are often power hungry mirrors of those on the extreme right and good at manipulating Nice White Ladies and intellectual types who want to be on the Right Side of History. Their ability to use compassion as a cudgel is quite effective. With the decline of Christianity, social justice is turning out to be a pretty effective substitute (even if, like me, you don’t like what it does and would gladly convert to Christianity if that would make it go away).

    Conversely, who populates the center-right? Businessmen and the military, for whom competence is a major qualifier (for the latter it is literally life and death). These guys don’t seem very *effective*. Also, I imagine a lot of the military still believes in the Framers, the Constitution, etc. (someone with actual service please correct me), and the Nazi stuff goes against all that. Fascism really is un-American. As for the businessmen, if I wanted to be sarcastic, I’d say that Jews have more money than antisemites, at least in the USA.

    About the immigration thing: a lot of people are against too much immigration but think some is OK. Both sides have become extreme on this, but Trump has failed to capitalize on it (he’s done so politically, but we haven’t seen a wall or e-Verify), and now the other side is going to get a chance. I am not optimistic.

  53. I used to work at the Marin courthouse. One day, as I started through the doorway leading to the judges’ chambers, a guy in a wheelchair rammed me in the shins while demanding, “who the hell are you?” I explained, and Gary Thomas let me through. But it hurt. In fairness, I had a lot of curly hair, and probably even looked a little like that co-conspirator who fled to Canada.

    • Replies: @Alden
  54. El Dato says:

    Are you sure this is real?

    It sounds like a black version of “Little Slugger” (from the anime)

    Whenever a soul feels darkness, Peepeepoopooman appears.

    attacked only Asian victims – a Korean girl, and Indian girl, and a Chinese guy

    He even goes by the Amurrican Semantics of “Asian” instead of attacking only East Asians using on-the-spot pattern matching – a sure sign something is wrong or there are forces from a David Lynch movie at work.

  55. Hibernian says:
    @Stephen Paul Foster

    A Jesuit school; par for the course. A lot of water has gone under the bridge since McCarthy went to Marquette, about 80 years ago.

  56. @Oswald Spengler

    Never saw this this ad because the family was too poor to have a television, but I recall a painted sign under the window of the liquor store down the street in Chicago. The neighborhood was a changing one during the 1960s, as evidenced by me eyewitnessing the white clerk with bulletholes in the chest standing outside the ambulance after he was shot by a Black robber. According to the news, he died.

  57. @SFG

    “Er brachte ganz Europa in andere Umstände und behauptete ihm sei keiner gewachsen.”

    Roughly: He got all Europe in trouble and claimed to have no peer/prick 😛

  58. J.Ross says:

    And there you have it: Fountains of Wayne, fountainhead of hate. Welcome Interstate Gauleiters.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  59. @black sea

    The Brits love American radicals, provided that their target is the American people. (If they kill U.S. civilians, no worries mate) What the Brits don’t love is Americans who yammer on about race or religion. Those people will be banned from entering Cuck Island.

  60. @Altai

    A great example of how conservatives understand liberals, but liberals do not understand conservatives. And Science proves it!

    A primary motive for many on the right is a lack of empathy and kind of begrudgery. A motivation of many right-wing nationalists is not ingroup empathy or solidarity (I saw some from the ‘alt-right’ praising Macron for his anti-union plans) but outgroup hatred.

    The “Alt Right” was famously known as economically populist and not at all reflexively anti-union; I don’t recall a single “Alt Right” type praising Macron for anything, much less he neo-liberal economic policies which were overwhelming condemned by the Alt Right.

    The idea that “the right” lacks empathy and it really motivated not by their own ingroup concerns but “outgroup hatred” is a typical neo-liberal talking point with no evidence behind it. It’s a great example of their own projection, as they clearly hate working class whites, far more than they have any concern for, say, Blacks or immigrants.

    The projection is obvious: they pretend to champion the interests of non-whites out of hatred of, and wish to do harm to, whites.

    • Replies: @bomag
  61. Muggles says:

    Two quick observations:

    On the Left, total amnesia by the MSM and elites. You can have been a violent terrorist bomber/killer but Obama will happily invite you to stay in the WH or appoint you to something. Become a highly paid Berkeley prof. Write books, lecture, run government organizing projects, etc. No one cares what you did. Patty Hearst was involved in a victim killing bank robbery. She served a few months and now runs the neo commie Hearst news chain. Worth billions.

    If you are not one of the commie mob, like say Earl Kavanaugh or anyone else working for Trump or nearly any Republican, they will scour your kindergarten class to find some poor wretch (always female, sometimes nonwhite) where are accused of pushing them on the playground, stealing crayons or trying to hit on one of them (as a teen) after too many beers, unsuccessfully. This will be described in the NYT/WaPo as rape and theft.

    On cheerier fronts, as a Boomer I think things will soon turn around. Recall that post Eisenhower kids mostly turned against their parent’s dull statist politics. Today’s very young will likely rebel against socialism, Marxism and Identity fascism. They will hate tattoos, facial hair and start wearing suits, ties and for the women, hose. Could happen. Why would their kids want to emulate the now faddish biker-boho look? Non whites mostly already do, though black rappers still try to look like prison rejects. Generally though, other than mimicking current trends, nonwhite kids dress better, “sharp.” 180 degrees every few generations. If you live long enough to see it. Angela Davis will be forgotten along with her snake poison ideology. AOC, “Greta” who?

  62. bomag says:

    By contrast, a great many liberals and SJWs are genuinely motivated by empathy and collective concern…

    From my experience, laughable.

    Libs and such want central political authorities controlling others, with little regard to any utility-maximizing function.

  63. bomag says:


    Frankly, I see more pro-union sentiment from the alt-right than from most lefty perches.

  64. Art Deco says:
    @black sea

    The median age of a senior administrator in a typical occidental country is about 55, people who would have been in elementary school when Angela Davis was working her magic. Those same cohorts in this country usually voted Republican as youths (and still do). It’s just that those who did so were largely excluded from working in higher education by the incumbents in charge during the period from 1990 to about 2001.

  65. Art Deco says:

    He was a combat veteran. However, prior to the war, he was an aspirant art student who made expenses through a small survivor’s benefit and his father’s savings. He had little or no employment history other than his military service. German men in that era tended to be clubbable; he was not. He never married and had no children. He had emotional problems, anxieties, phobias, and a plethora of somatic complaints.

    • Replies: @SFG
  66. El Dato says:
    @Stephen Paul Foster

    I can see her walking up, then suddenly blasting the reactionaries away with a short-barrelled shotgun.

    They would have had it coming.

  67. SFG says:
    @Mr McKenna

    There’s a little bit of truth to that given sun sensitivity, TBH.

  68. SFG says:
    @Art Deco

    He still took power by outplaying his rivals.

    I said he was masculine. I didn’t say he was a good role model.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
  69. J.Ross says:

    Literal advocacy of political violence in German media. The people depicted getting murdered here are all prominent living right-wing government-critical politicians, in office or standing for office or expected to run.

    Now, Germans have this confused explanation of why they don’t have freedom of speech (the true explanation is of course because they are a conquered nation with an imposed constitution), and they usually work with some variant of advocacy of violence not being free speech, which is a sound beginning consistent with our own law, except that modern German law has almost never had a problem with leftist violence against right-wingers. Basically you’re licensed to destroy property and possibly kill, up to the point where you are a top level international terrorist with contacts NATO is afraid of, and then they’ll start to pay attention. But if you just torch a car or punch a “Nazi,” well, it’s youthful indiscretion. And it’s not like you’re criticizing the government.

  70. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    I love it. “The Stacy’s Mom Theory”!!

    Even Don Lancaster doesn’t come up with stuff that good. Of course, the problem with Donzi is not that he isn’t funny once. The problem is he says the same crap over and over for forty years.

    By the way, PostScript is a page description language, and (rightly or wrongly) a largely deprecated one at that.

    Sir Rod had a little fun, didn’t he? More, I’d guess, than Sir Ray.

  71. Anonymous[233] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr. Anon

    The LA Weekly was once, by the strained standard of semi-corporate metropolitan restaurant/smut guides, a B.S.D. in that market segment. Nobody’s ever heard of the spin-off you’re referencing. Well, except for Ron Unz, the one known fan of the obnoxious “How To Be A Mexican” columnist they had.

  72. dfordoom says: • Website

    I think it more comes down the personalities of these political extremes and frankly, that is why the right loses out. A primary motive for many on the right is a lack of empathy and kind of begrudgery. A motivation of many right-wing nationalists is not ingroup empathy or solidarity….but outgroup hatred.

    I think there’s a lot of truth in that. It’s one of the many reasons that normies tend to view right-wingers as unpleasant people.

    People don’t remember what you said, they remember how you made them feel. I think everyone could learn from that.

    Whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing is a matter of opinion, but it’s certainly true.

    The Right is very bad at conveying positive emotions and very good at conveying negative emotions. It’s a recipe for defeat.

  73. Alden says:
    @Urena Acuna

    We lived in Marin at the time. Marin stayed Democrat though, even though Davis and other defendants got off.

    Sister heard Davis speak once. It was free and at a college a few blocks away. My sister said Davis was just a rambling, incoherent idiot . Remember, she was raised in a hard left Quaker home ( White Family) and went to a communist Quaker high school along with terrorist Kathy Boudin.

  74. Anonymous[233] • Disclaimer says:

    Your brainstorm reminds me of those nth-wave Christian evangelical groups selling Porn Prevention browser add-ons. Those are like, a whole 20-25% effective at blocking graphic sexual imagery from any given site on the Hustler-Tumblr-Youtube- spectrum.

    For the record I do support requirements on Big Porn shops to use a router-restricted TLD, e.g. .xxx, and have their bank accounts frozen for failing to stay up-to-date with the relevant blacklist registries. But there’s no regulatory solution to prevent crass, fame-whore Joe/Jane Sixpack uploading their own sex tapes to redundant cloud backup services; so the anti-normalization horse’s old barn is merely NPR “vanishing heartland heritage” fodder at this point

  75. bomag says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    The world is a business.

    Run by these people.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
  76. Art Deco says:

    He wasn’t masculine apart from his military service and it’s a reasonable guess he was a latent homosexual. As for ‘taking power’, his organization was inconsequential prior to 1930. Him taking power required a perfect storm of failure by the German political class.

    • Agree: Johann Ricke
  77. Libertarianism is a simple concept that has nothing to say about growth or no growth. It is about self-ownership and choice. As a libertarian, you can choose to simplfy your life and aschew economic growth.
    The empathy that non-libertarians feel tends to be highly selective. Their ‘feelings’ are a combination of love and hate: love for the in-group and hate for the scapegoats. The SJW’s say they love the working class, but then they smash the places that provide the working class with a source of income. Thanks for the love.

  78. Art Deco says:

    By contrast, a great many liberals and SJWs are genuinely motivated by empathy and collective concern,

    Disagree. Hubert Humphrey was genuinely concerned. A great deal of what he advocated had troublesome side-effects. He died > 40 years ago. His cohort was not like subsequent cohorts. Among subsequent cohorts, you had an escalating problem with sentiment detached from practical implementation. That aside, most of the left nowadays is engaged in status games. The name of the game is to redistribute income and discretion to certain occupational guilds at the expense of everyone else and to build patron-client relations between those guilds and designated mascot groups. There isn’t one decent thing about the whole exercise.

    • Replies: @Gabe Ruth
  79. Paul says:

    Anybody know how much money the gap-toothed Stalinist gets per lecture?

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
  80. @Paul

    Anybody know how much money the gap-toothed Stalinist gets per lecture?

    Her website say $30-50k.

  81. @Anonymouse

    Who got class?

    Dat bird in my glass

  82. Gabe Ruth says:
    @Art Deco

    That’s a good description, thank you.

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