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From the New York Times:

The Top Jobs Where Women Are Outnumbered by Men Named John

By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER, KEVIN QUEALY and MARGOT SANGER-KATZ APRIL 24, 2018

The number of chief executives named John — a group that is overwhelmingly white — is very similar to the number of female executives. There are even more Jameses.

… The prevalence of men in power with particular names is revealing not only of skewed gender representation, but also of the whiteness of many institutions of American politics, culture and education. White men continue to dominate many categories of leadership in America, as our Times colleagues showed in an analysis in 2016.

Now that the New York Times has shone the spotlight on the whiteness of the Fortune 500 names, I am looking forward to the NYT’s followup on the Forbes 400 of the Jewishness of the first and/or last names of America’s billionaires.

They are going to do that analysis, right?

 
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  1. The results from AZ08 are starting to make me seriously wonder whether the Trump administration will turn out to be a disaster for the nationalist cause rather than it’s savoir. Because I’m not seeing anything to be hopeful about from here.

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    • Replies: @Clyde
    8 p.m.

    Republican Debbie Lesko has won the special election in Arizona's 8th Congressional District, keeping the U.S. House seat in GOP control.

    The former state senator on Tuesday defeated Hiral Tipirneni, a former emergency room physician. Tipernini had hoped to replicate surprising Democratic wins in Pennsylvania, Alabama and other states in a year where opposition to President Donald Trump's policies have boosted the party's chances in Republican strongholds.
    , @J.Ross
    Oh, so you fell for this ridiculous idea that Trump hasn't won unless he's won every little contest, and by the right margin?
    As I said before, Democrats are cheating, we will lose every election where we do not turn out more than they can fake, and if that's the case after all these elections decided by just enough to avoid a recount, then we deserve to lose. This going blind staring at patterns of margins is silly. I was a leftist and dutiful Democrat when George W Bush was massively unpopular and John Kerry was -- we were constantly assured -- "keeping his powder dry." They used that metaphor pretty much every day in that campaign.
    There's an obvious subtext in all the analyses of this small local election: Trump versus the UniParty, the UniParty against the People. Neither establishment party can demonstrate democratic legitimacy. All the energy was for Bernie and Trump, hostile outsiders who were promising to burn stuff down. Given that the Democrats have decided to have frequent attacks on the Constitution with excellent media coverage I am expecting them to do worse than expected overall. But if establishment Republicans, who spent their time in office back-stabbing their President and insulting their constituents, get sent home, I will neither miss their active hostility nor worry about their replacements.
    , @Ed
    Republicans need to turn out or it’ll be a wipe out. Also women that have in the past voted for republicans are switching. Issue is Trump’s vanity. Women tend to be more sensitive to news coverage tone and with Trump in the news everyday, loudly and negatively, that has had an impact.

    Trump does best when he goes dark.
    , @Svigor
    I've always been skeptical about Trump as "savior" of nationalism. Trump's election was the trophy; Trump himself was only speculatively so. We pulled the lever for a nationalist outsider once, and we can do it again. Conversely, the outsider won campaigning on nationalism once, and another can do it again.
    , @Colleen Pater
    Trump won when he managed to draw the Media into such a wall bias at the mere suggestion that the law and peoples will be followed all doubt was removed that the media is anything other than a propaganda machine- fake news was instantly turned back on them and is now a synonym for big media, he light as well have passed a law that from now on all media outlets must affix the title Ministry of Truth under their logo.
    He proceeded to finally shatter the hope and delusion of the conservative voters forever when he drew GOP cucks into the open during the primary, finally demonstrating for conservatives that the GOP is a controlled cuck shill party and that politics is hopeless, democracy dead, and everything about race. That thye would rather a Clinton or a communist won than the platform they had been fraudulently running on for decades actually got passed.

    When he proved to us all we were not the only ones and pulled off a historic upset changing the left right boundaries forever,not only on the electoral map but also on the political alignment of issues map, he caught the deep state off guard and managed to draw the deep state and civil service into open rebellion of an elected president and caught them in an encyclopedia of criminal conspiracies which everyone know they will not serve a day in prison forever exposing that alex jones and co are more right than crazy, that we dont live in a democracy, that we dont live under a rule of law that their is such a thing as a deep state that our elected officials take it as a given that not obeying them can get you killed or destroyed, that they are so above the law they can wage open war on a popular president, that the media civil service NGOs academia EU judiciary military organized religion etc are all in support of the deep state and could care less about rule of law and will of the people.

    He has since trolled the law enforcement and the judiciary into open partisanship and forever shattered the fairytale that we have an independent judiciary that investigates and judges based on rule of law.

    He has also several times worked to legitimize points of view on a national and international scale not heard in polite company in 100 years. That race is real and it matters. That the holocaust is not the national religion, that nationalism throughout the world is a good thing, that white people have a right to homelands too. That the far right is at the very least no worse than the mainstream left.That authority ought to be questioned because they are lying most of the time.That globalism is not good for the whites.That tech is not your friend. That third world immigration is an invasion orchestrated to destroy the west by certain people who can be pointed to, and who have no alternative legitimate explanation for their scheme other than destruction of us.That china is our enemy, Islam is our enemy, Israel is not our ally in any lasting sense, that the EU is not our partner, That christianity is leftist most of the time.

    In short he has awakened a critical mass of conservatives to the fact that if they want to live and have their children have better prospects than south african whites they are going to have to go to war not politics.
    Trump will accomplish little legislatively, he probably wont be the last candidate thats outside the overton window. likely we will see the end of the GOP as the conservative party and increasingly strident right wing leaders throughout the west culminating in the ones that will lead us into war against the left
    , @anon
    Hey Eeeyore, Take two Jack Hanson tablets and call me in the morning.
    , @anon
    Hey Eeeyore, Take two Jack Hanson tablets and call me in the morning.
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  2. Anonymous[161] • Disclaimer says:

    Did they count the “Jonathans” and “Yonathans” as “Johns”?

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    • Replies: @Escher
    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.
    , @njguy73
    And next week in the Times, reviews of the latest books by Franzen, Lethem, and Safran Foer.
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  3. We need to worry about men named John, which is surely in the running for most common male name in this cultural sphere, because they are likely to be white.
    Mugatu is my pharmacist.

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    • Replies: @Anon
    And John Mcwhorter is about the whitest black guy around. And his wife is white.
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  4. @Berty
    The results from AZ08 are starting to make me seriously wonder whether the Trump administration will turn out to be a disaster for the nationalist cause rather than it's savoir. Because I'm not seeing anything to be hopeful about from here.

    8 p.m.

    Republican Debbie Lesko has won the special election in Arizona’s 8th Congressional District, keeping the U.S. House seat in GOP control.

    The former state senator on Tuesday defeated Hiral Tipirneni, a former emergency room physician. Tipernini had hoped to replicate surprising Democratic wins in Pennsylvania, Alabama and other states in a year where opposition to President Donald Trump’s policies have boosted the party’s chances in Republican strongholds.

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    • Replies: @Olorin

    Hiral Tipirneni, a former emergency room physician.
     
    Who owes it all to Jews in Cleveland, sounds like.


    Dr. Hiral Tipirneni has dedicated her life to serving her community, solving problems, and improving lives. She’s served the Phoenix area for more than 20 years as an emergency room physician, cancer research advocate and, most recently, on the board of directors of the Maricopa Health Foundation, which supports the county’s public health care delivery system.

    Hiral came to America from India with her family at the age of three. Her parents were seeking the American dream because they knew the United States was a place where, if you worked hard and lived by the rules of democracy, you could be successful no matter where you came from.

    Her family struggled at first, but Hiral’s father eventually secured a job in his field of structural engineering in Ohio, where she and her brother were raised in a working-class suburb of Cleveland. Hiral’s mother, a social worker, was the director of a downtown Cleveland senior center and initiated its Meals on Wheels program.
     
    I liked

    they knew the United States was a place where, if you worked hard and lived by the rules of democracy,
     
    Not a republic, mind you, a nation-state where demographic might makes political right. Which is to say left.
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  5. NY Times top comments as rated by readers (readers picks) are arguing against this anti-white male article.
    Here is one

    woodyrd Colorado 12 hours ago
    Did you notice there are no women of color among your executives? Undoubtedly, this is because white women won’t let them in. As a result, there are more white women executives named Mary than all black women executives combined. Pretty soon, that will be replaced by Olivias.
    Further proof that white women are racists, I suppose?

    top one is

    JP NYC 12 hours ago
    Frankly the companies releasing top grossing movies or companies that are in the Fortune 500, shouldn’t be worrying about diversity. They should be worrying about results. If these executives were NOT producing or the directors were releasing box office bombs and these companies still kept the exact same white man as a CEO or director, that would be discrimination.

    Don’t hate on people who are good at what they do. Are you really going to suggest that these companies should go out and hire Marissa Mayer or Elizabeth Holmes? There are many talented women out there, but did the NYT do the work to establish that the pool of talent is equal or greater in size? How many MBAs from the top-10 schools (Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, Yale, Princeton, etc) have gone to women over the last 30 years? How many female executives with any title of VP or greater are there in the workforce versus how many men? What percentage of female leaders have left the workforce at least temporarily to raise children?

    These are the type of questions that should be asked as part of a serious journalistic investigation instead of this crass “Gotcha” journalism. Do better NYT.

    OT>>>> For some real business world fun check out Billions on Showtime. Skip these NYT party poopers.

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    I don’t see any comments on that linked article.

    Maybe because i’m using an iPad, but normally I can see them

    , @interesting
    "serious journalistic investigation"

    I literally did laugh out load at that bit of text.........this article is not about journalism or even written by a journalist. These articles are about virtue signaling and bashing white man as some kind of evil parasite trying to be cruel to anyone who doesn't look like them. It's as if white men have some secret club with a secret handshake and we sit around all day trying to figure out how to keep woman and people of color "in their place". AND it seems that the NYT writes the same article everyday.

    It's disgusting.

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  6. @Berty
    The results from AZ08 are starting to make me seriously wonder whether the Trump administration will turn out to be a disaster for the nationalist cause rather than it's savoir. Because I'm not seeing anything to be hopeful about from here.

    Oh, so you fell for this ridiculous idea that Trump hasn’t won unless he’s won every little contest, and by the right margin?
    As I said before, Democrats are cheating, we will lose every election where we do not turn out more than they can fake, and if that’s the case after all these elections decided by just enough to avoid a recount, then we deserve to lose. This going blind staring at patterns of margins is silly. I was a leftist and dutiful Democrat when George W Bush was massively unpopular and John Kerry was — we were constantly assured — “keeping his powder dry.” They used that metaphor pretty much every day in that campaign.
    There’s an obvious subtext in all the analyses of this small local election: Trump versus the UniParty, the UniParty against the People. Neither establishment party can demonstrate democratic legitimacy. All the energy was for Bernie and Trump, hostile outsiders who were promising to burn stuff down. Given that the Democrats have decided to have frequent attacks on the Constitution with excellent media coverage I am expecting them to do worse than expected overall. But if establishment Republicans, who spent their time in office back-stabbing their President and insulting their constituents, get sent home, I will neither miss their active hostility nor worry about their replacements.

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    • Agree: slumber_j, Travis, BB753
    • Replies: @BB753
    Agree. What good are RINOs in both houses? Don't fool yourself that they will somehow support Trump. I say, to hell with the Nevertrumpers!
    , @JimB
    Right. A vote for any local democrat is a vote for replacing you and your children in the labor market with third world immigrants. Also, less appreciated is connection between local democrats and property taxes, which always go through the roof because they love putting bonds on your local ballot.
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  7. @Anonymous
    Did they count the "Jonathans" and "Yonathans" as "Johns"?

    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

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    • Replies: @Twinkie
    However, there appears to be a lot of Asians in America named “John” or “James.”
    , @Rosamond Vincy
    James Spader. Who was totally hot when he was young.
    , @Clyde

    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.
     
    James R. Schlesinger
    , @Ripple Earthdevil
    As a Jew who grew up around plenty of other Jews, I knew and know many tribesmen with those extremely common English names. I had a cousin Jim (RIP).
    , @PiltdownMan

    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.
     
    I'm related by marriage to a Jewish "James." I think Ya'kov is the Hebrew equivalent.
    , @SnakeEyes
    This is a Biblical joke, right?
    , @snorlax
    Jamie Kirchick, James Franco
    , @Doug
    Jewish given names tend to be "stickier" than gentiles. Jewish tradition is to only use the names of dead relatives. Baby's more likely to be named after great-grandfather rattan than father or grandfather. So, the corpus of names tend to turn over slower on a generational basis.

    Plus Jews, like all upper-class whites, tend to have kids later in life. So the time in between generations is extended.
    , @stillCARealist
    Do Jesus's disciples count? They've been famous for a loooong time. They might still be influencing people even today.
    , @Kylie
    James Levine.
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  8. I still think the most interesting name data related discussion in a long time, might have been linked somewhere here back in 2016, was the exploration of donors to the presidential candidates by name. The names that, at least to a certain point in time, were most disproportionately associated with the various candidates were highlighted, and I think most overlooked it but one part of that data was really amazing.

    It’s surreal that so many names that most disproportionately supported John Kasich (again, in donating money) such as “Rodney” and “Martin” somehow fit so well, psychologically, as the people who would be Kasich supporters. It’s not that those names were just the most very common names for white males either, not even in some sense of being Southern vs Northern names or something like that. (Names for Trump/other Republicans just seemed like generic white males, Hillary donors were obvious ethnic names or boring middle-aged to older white female names, Bernie supporters younger males etc. Really the Kasich data stood out, at an intuitive level)

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    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    Yeah, this immediately reminded me of the donor name comparison too. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if the NYT didn't get the idea for this article from reading iSteve and thinking, dammit, that hurt, so we must use this technique against them! Of course, the NYT version is hamfisted, flawed, not very revealing, and heavily promoted. The iSteve version was subtle, valid, illuminating and almost completely ignored. Or, in other words, Tuesday.
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  9. ‘Quisling’ for national traitors.

    ‘Quealy’ for cuckish ‘gender politics’ traitors.

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  10. @Escher
    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    However, there appears to be a lot of Asians in America named “John” or “James.”

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  11. The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

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    • Replies: @Mishra

    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”
     
    Am not so understanding this well. Is John a common name for Women in your country?

    Thank you for your kind reply.
    , @CrunchybutRealistCon
    Oosh.
    Max Cringe. She is so OTT with the guilt tripping, conniving & intimidation schtick, it makes the mau mauing Lawyer character in Bonfire of the Vanities look utterly stoic & genteel.
    , @Dan Hayes
    Jennifer Ickham Errican:

    This morning's Daily Mail has provided a partial transcript of the efforts of the wannabe politician's efforts to politically intimidate the two police officers. Although her sense of arrogance and self-anointed privilege comes out better in the video.

    , @Anon

    A Jewish fundraiser
     
    That was painful to watch - talmudic circular argueing, oy!
    Those Policemen have the patience of sweet baby Jesus.
    , @Almost Missouri
    Ouch. I had a "conversation" like that with a (((woman))) business owner once. It helped me to understand the drive of Jewish men to out-marry.

    It would be nice if she were relieved of her Commissioner status for attempting to use influence improperly, but I won't hold my breath.
    , @Buck Turgidson
    Textbook work by the officers. The old bag needs a tasering.
    , @Anon
    Oy! So relentless, now I know why the male tribe members gets shiksa fever.
    , @ThreeCranes
    This video perfectly captures why Jews dominate so many of our higher institutions. Who would want to work and live around obnoxious people like her? No normal person would want to spend their lives dealing with that kind of energy.

    When I lived in Scarsdale I witnessed this sort of drama every day, even at the meat counter in the grocery store. Third-world type bargaining with implied privilege that allows exceptions to ordinary behavior and law. I couldn't get away fast enough.

    If going to an Ivy League school meant dealing with Jews like her and her PhD-candidate offspring, it wouldn't be worth it.

    , @Svigor
    LOL, it was funny watching the cops fail to tell the yenta that it's not their place to reveal details to some third party.
    , @TomSchmidt
    If a man, she would have gotten physical and arrested. That was remarkable restraint by the police. I loved hearing her drop all the elite status points on the cops (Yale, MIT) and having her politely ignored. Fantastic.
    , @ThreeCranes
    This video will be profoundly disturbing to Jews for two reasons. One, because it shows that working-class white men have more integrity than high-ranking Jewish women. Two, because it shows that white, working-class men will not allow themselves to be pushed around by bossy Jewish moms. This is an axe to the very roots of the special Jewish boy/Mother relationship in which the mother rules with absolute authority. "How dare some lowly, non-Phd-candidate-at-MIT-Gentile question my Mom?"

    She finds the officer's behavior "very disappointing" because it "ruins" her family's Passover. Well so what? Tough beans. Why is it that you don't you find your law-breaking kid's behavior disappointing?

    Unfortunately, the Jewish takeaway from this encounter will be that they need to insinuate themselves into dominant positions in local police heirarchies across America, the better to enjoy their holidays without the bother of corruption-free Law and Order.

    , @Jim Bob Lassiter
    A Jew's Easter Sunday ruined by some NJ troopers?? Maybe Amy Schumer can work that up into a routine.
    , @Tono Bungay
    Thanks. That video was a treat. I suppose the officers knew they had the camera going, but even so, they were just perfect. I see now why I would never have succeeded in politics.
    , @Malcolm X-Lax
    She was meeting them to discuss the real estate deal of their lives!
    , @Malcolm X-Lax
    If she'd a been black, they'd a shot her! #jewishprivilege
    , @IBC
    Bravo! That wanna-be feudal diva gave an outrageous performance, but those officers handled her in an exemplary way --a perfect example to be used in future police training. She should be charged with trying to intimidate a police officer and relieved of any and all public offices or legal and educational positions (other than of course her starring role in that video!). Shocking behavior, but probably all too common.

    Amazingly, I actually had an alleged "heart surgeon" try to pull the "Do you know who I am?" routine with me over some little thing when I was working in tourism. It's amazing how petty and grasping some of the big shots can actually be. But it also must work to some extent. The sad truth is that the squeaky wheel often gets the grease and sharp elbows will clear a path among those with less resolve.

    , @Malcolm X-Lax
    A nice companion piece.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yo_od4JPzE

    , @Big Bill
    Think of that poor chump she married, Doctor Shapiro. He has to deal with this every day. Every. Single. Day. This is the downside to being a Jewish dude. Daily emasculation. You have to turn over your testicles for safekeeping.

    The upside for Doctor Shapiro is being married to a woman who will drive her children to succeed at any cost. And in due course will make sure they marry only the best.

    Twenty years ago, it took my buddy Ellen the better part of a year to pry a nice Jewish boy away from his mama (who also ruled the roost like this). Unsurprisingly, Ellen now wears the pants in her family, too.

    Six of one, half-dozen of the other.

    NB: the Port Authority was created by an interstate compact between New York and New Jersey. It has incredible bureaucratic power that both states have to submit to. Kushner's dad was angling to become boss of the Port Authority before he was convicted.
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  12. @Escher
    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    James Spader. Who was totally hot when he was young.

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    James Spader. Who was totally hot when he was young.
     
    James Spader isn't Jewish:

    Birth Name: James Todd Spader

    Place of Birth: Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.

    Date of Birth: February 7, 1960

    Ethnicity: English (mostly), with small amounts of Scottish, French, Dutch, German, Swiss-German, and Norwegian
     
    http://ethnicelebs.com/james-spader
    , @Jenner Ickham Errican
    Spader’s background looks to be solidly WASP. His parents were teachers at Brooks and Pike in North Andover and Andover, MA.

    His Twitter page is pretty woke and gets banned a lot:

    https://twitter.com/SpectreActual

    , @Anonymous
    James Spader. Who was totally hot when he was young.


    Agree.
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  13. @Clyde
    NY Times top comments as rated by readers (readers picks) are arguing against this anti-white male article.
    Here is one

    woodyrd Colorado 12 hours ago
    Did you notice there are no women of color among your executives? Undoubtedly, this is because white women won't let them in. As a result, there are more white women executives named Mary than all black women executives combined. Pretty soon, that will be replaced by Olivias.
    Further proof that white women are racists, I suppose?

    top one is

    JP NYC 12 hours ago
    Frankly the companies releasing top grossing movies or companies that are in the Fortune 500, shouldn't be worrying about diversity. They should be worrying about results. If these executives were NOT producing or the directors were releasing box office bombs and these companies still kept the exact same white man as a CEO or director, that would be discrimination.

    Don't hate on people who are good at what they do. Are you really going to suggest that these companies should go out and hire Marissa Mayer or Elizabeth Holmes? There are many talented women out there, but did the NYT do the work to establish that the pool of talent is equal or greater in size? How many MBAs from the top-10 schools (Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, Yale, Princeton, etc) have gone to women over the last 30 years? How many female executives with any title of VP or greater are there in the workforce versus how many men? What percentage of female leaders have left the workforce at least temporarily to raise children?

    These are the type of questions that should be asked as part of a serious journalistic investigation instead of this crass "Gotcha" journalism. Do better NYT.

    OT>>>> For some real business world fun check out Billions on Showtime. Skip these NYT party poopers.

    I don’t see any comments on that linked article.

    Maybe because i’m using an iPad, but normally I can see them

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    • Replies: @Clyde
    Scroll down a tiny bit and then the NYT comments will appear in upper right corner. How it is on Chrome at least and Windows 10. Apple-Safari should be the same.
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  14. The headline and comment was 80% about gender bigotry and just 20% race.

    ‘Feminism’ is the real scourge here, but even Steve sees race where he should see the far worse problem, feminism.

    ‘Muh tribe! Muh tribe!’ is the default position of the simple-minded, but Steve sometimes calls out feminism properly. Unfortunately, today was not one of those days.

    I bet plenty of those CEOs are Asian. One of them is John Chen :

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_S._Chen

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    • Replies: @Anthony Wayne
    A two-digit IQ chanspeaking r*tard like yourself ought not to call others “simple-minded”
    , @Kyle
    Dedication to one's posterity would seem to be a base instinct in the animal kingdom. But I guess that is just simple minded thinking.
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  15. @Escher
    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    James R. Schlesinger

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  16. anon[227] • Disclaimer says:

    Mexican authorities stalled the caravan in a southern town and began handing out temporary visas that gave them legal status to travel to the border.

    They legally have the right to claim asylum in the US and aren’t deterred by anything Trump or any government has done. Mexico is giving temporary visas that gave them legal status to travel to the border. The fact they can’t be stopped is truly chilling.

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    • Replies: @Big Bill
    They don't have a legal right to traverse Mexico, enter the USA and make an asylum claim here.

    Under international law (assuming Mexico has signed the various UN treaties on asylum) they have the right to make their asylum claim at the nearest "safe" country, which in this case is Mexico.

    There is no legal rightful a refugee to travel over, under or through several safe countries until she gets to the one with the best welfare system.

    Trump should simply adhere to the treaties and tell them to set up camp right there in Mexico.
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  17. Belatedly realizing the magnitude of Jewish privilege has created political dilemmas for me that I still don’t know how to resolve. That one small ethno-religious group has such enormous power in the West, and that this fact is nonetheless missing from our collective public self-understanding – that’s a prime example of “false consciousness”. Jews function like an invisible ruling class who have their internal disagreements, but who would be as one in opposing any attempt to make Jewish power per se, a theme of public discussion.

    So what then? I have no desire to be a Jew or live like a Jew, but apparently I cannot aspire to anything significant in life without forming some opinion of, and some relationship to, Jewishness, because money, media, academy, politics, diplomacy, and who knows what else, all seem to be influenced by powerful Jewish cabals. That’s the shocking reality of the post-Christian West; Christianity is in decline, but the older religious identity, Judaism, thrives among the upper classes.

    How can this possibly end well?

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    • Agree: utu
    • Replies: @Mishra

    How can this possibly end well?
     
    So long as you don't mind being one of the following, you'll be fine:

    1. Asian
    2. Jewish
    3. Enslaved
    4. Erased
    , @Anon
    You should convert.
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  18. @Escher
    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    As a Jew who grew up around plenty of other Jews, I knew and know many tribesmen with those extremely common English names. I had a cousin Jim (RIP).

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  19. @Escher
    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    I’m related by marriage to a Jewish “James.” I think Ya’kov is the Hebrew equivalent.

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    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    I’m related by marriage to a Jewish “James.” I think Ya’kov is the Hebrew equivalent.
     

    James is the (Vulgar/Later Latin) form of the Hebrew name Yaʻaqov (known as Jacob in its earlier Latin form).[1] The name James came into the English language from the Old French variation James[2] of the late Latin name Iacomus. This was a Vulgar/Later Latin (proto-Romance) variant of the earlier Latin form Iacobus, from the New Testament Greek Ἰάκωβος (Iákōbos), from Hebrew יעקב (Yaʻaqov) (Jacob). The development Iacobus > Iacomus is likely a result of nasalization of the o and assimilation of the following b (i.e., intermediate *Iacombus) followed by simplification of the cluster mb through loss of the b. Diminutives include Jamie, Jim, Jimmy, Jimmie, Jimbo, Jimothy, and others.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_(name)
    , @Non-Mazeltovian
    Wouldn't Ya'kov be the equivalent of Jacob? Also crypsis usually involves common Anglo names like John Brown or James Green. The plainer the name, the more the situation calls for scrutiny.
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  20. In the meantime maybe will make an analysis why Congress passing a law allowing USA to support Jewish oganization demanding money from other countries is a good thing (Polish stance is taht if Jewish citizens died in Holocaust without leaving heirts, then their property belongs to the state. Jewish organizations think that if some random Jewish guy died in Holocaust, his property should belong to some Jewish organization from New York).

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    Can descendants of Southerners who lost property as a result of the Civil War claim it?
    , @J.Ross
    This really is worrying, it has the potential to result in violence because historically the Jewish community has no capacity for objectivity or backing down. I like this idea that an odious debt can survive the Jubilee cycle and the most destructive total war in history. After they shake down Poland will they shake down Montenegro?
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  21. @Rosamond Vincy
    James Spader. Who was totally hot when he was young.

    James Spader. Who was totally hot when he was young.

    James Spader isn’t Jewish:

    Birth Name: James Todd Spader

    Place of Birth: Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.

    Date of Birth: February 7, 1960

    Ethnicity: English (mostly), with small amounts of Scottish, French, Dutch, German, Swiss-German, and Norwegian

    http://ethnicelebs.com/james-spader

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    'James Todd Spader'

    'James Spadefoot-Toad'.
    , @Rosamond Vincy
    I'd read somewhere he was Jewish by background (though an atheist in practice), but it seems not. In addition to what other UNZers have turned up, a little searching found his parents' marriage announcement. They were married by a Rev. with the very New England society name of John Groton:
    http://sippican.pastperfectonline.com/archive/343DA7F8-34DD-4CA6-9BAE-133213329185

    His portrayal of obsessive WASPs did seem uncannily perfect for someone I thought wasn't one.
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  22. Interesting. The article linked back to the most popular US bay names in 2016:

    1 Noah emma

    2 Liam Olivia
    3 William Ava
    4 Mason Sophia
    5 James Isabella
    6 Benjamin Mia
    7 Jacob Charlotte
    8 Michael Abigail
    9 Elijah Emily
    10 Ethan Harper

    https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/

    Leaving aside the faddish Liam and Mason, the boys’ names are very conservative, mostly Biblical plus one Germanic (William). The girls’ names, in contrast, seem quite of the moment.

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    I like Charlotte the most and Harper is just plain idiotic, though I have seen worse. We all have. How about Sailor for a girls name? Sometimes, when it comes to naming daughters, parents are on the same drugs as when they got tattoos.
    , @Almost Missouri
    I looked at a long history of US baby names some time ago. As I recall, the boy names seemed to rise and fall over 20-50 years and then usually cycle back to an old name returning to favor. By contrast, the girl name sine wave was much shorter, maybe 5-20 years. Since the 1990s or so there were a lot of new girl name coinages like "Madison". The current crop is usual for being mostly "classic" names, except for "Harper", which I assume is homage to our patron saint of the Numinous Negro and the WWC Devil.

    The lack of new coinages is kind of encouraging. Maybe among people who reproduce, they are reacting against the loony transgenderism. Or maybe we are finally outgrowing the insane "feminist" girls-need-to-be-more-like-boys fallacy.

    , @Pericles
    Isn't naming your daughter 'Mia' like naming your son 'Johnny'? That is, wrong.
    , @Achmed E. Newman
    The whole last-name first name trend is tailing off then, thankfully. I am really sick of that. Liam is just the last part of William, which is one of those things I was clueless about until someone pointed it out to me a few months back. Liam used to be just for skinny British guys who were in bands that were supposed to surpass the Beatles ... that shit never pans out anyway.

    Contrary to what A.M. wrote below, I think that the girl's naming cycles have an 80-year wavelength, not a short one. I've run into little ones named Sylvia now. Who's the last Sylvia you've met who doesn't walk with a cane? (Not to mention Sylvia's mother* who must be gumming down her creamed corn, as we speak, at the early bird special.)

    It's kind of neat really, as it makes you realize that the old lady Sylvia used to actually be a cute little kindergartener one day long ago.

    * Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show
    , @AnotherDad

    Leaving aside the faddish Liam and Mason, the boys’ names are very conservative, mostly Biblical plus one Germanic (William). The girls’ names, in contrast, seem quite of the moment.
     
    Agree and disagree.

    Generally the girl names have higher "fan out". They have more names in the traditional inventory, but fewer--excepting Mary--that continuously had a very high hit rate.

    Agree that the male names are more solid and conservative. But what i see here is a decline in the traditional American heavyweight male names:
    John/Jack, James, Robert, William, Richard, Michael, Matthew, Steven, George, Charles, David, Daniel, maybe a few others. William, James and Michael are definitely on that heavyweight train. But most of these current male names are ones that were 2nd, or more like 3rd tier. (I knew not a single Noah growing up and have never met a baby-boomer Noah.)

    Agree that the female side is less traditional, more trendy--mostly 2nd and 3rd tier--but that's more typical for the girls. There really weren't many female names that were continuously widely used. But except for the stupid Harper and faddish Mia, the list looks like some very traditional names. Ok Ava would be 4th tier but for Ava Gardner. But a bunch of these names wouldn't strike Jane Austen or the Bronte sisters as odd at all.
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  23. @Rosamond Vincy
    James Spader. Who was totally hot when he was young.

    Spader’s background looks to be solidly WASP. His parents were teachers at Brooks and Pike in North Andover and Andover, MA.

    His Twitter page is pretty woke and gets banned a lot:

    https://twitter.com/SpectreActual

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  24. @PiltdownMan

    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.
     
    I'm related by marriage to a Jewish "James." I think Ya'kov is the Hebrew equivalent.

    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    I’m related by marriage to a Jewish “James.” I think Ya’kov is the Hebrew equivalent.

    James is the (Vulgar/Later Latin) form of the Hebrew name Yaʻaqov (known as Jacob in its earlier Latin form).[1] The name James came into the English language from the Old French variation James[2] of the late Latin name Iacomus. This was a Vulgar/Later Latin (proto-Romance) variant of the earlier Latin form Iacobus, from the New Testament Greek Ἰάκωβος (Iákōbos), from Hebrew יעקב (Yaʻaqov) (Jacob). The development Iacobus > Iacomus is likely a result of nasalization of the o and assimilation of the following b (i.e., intermediate *Iacombus) followed by simplification of the cluster mb through loss of the b. Diminutives include Jamie, Jim, Jimmy, Jimmie, Jimbo, Jimothy, and others.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_(name)

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    Jimothy?
    , @Escher
    Interesting.. I always thought Ya’kov was Hebrew for “Jacob”.
    , @Jim Bob Lassiter
    Fascinating and quite a coincidence. I one had a very wealthy Jewish couple as students in my Spanish class. Their son was named James. Dad wanted to know the Spanish translation for James. The most common is Jaime. (Jaimito being the diminutive form)

    Jaime is pronounced Hymie in Spanish. He really got hot collared triggered and was a real prick about that on the level of that former NJ/NY Ports Authority Directrix of Ethics.

    , @Big Bill
    Speaking of Jewish names, wherefrom (and when) did they get "Irving" and "Sheldon"? The names aren't Yiddish, Hebrew or American.
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  25. If one reads the article, one can find plenty of comparisons which also involve names like “David,” “Joel,” and “Benjamin.” There is even an “Emmanuel” in one of their comparisons.

    In short, it appears that this article is a strict comparison involving men and women and has nothing to do with race or religion.

    What if it turns out that in addition to being disproportionately Jewish, top CEOs are also disproportionately Asian? Is it only Jewish overrepresentation that’s a problem for you which needs attention?

    Submitted 4/25/18 at 6:55am GMT.

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    Is it only Jewish overrepresentation that’s a problem for you which needs attention?
     
    What if the answer is "yes"?
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  26. Anonymous[326] • Disclaimer says:

    I think a lot of readers know Orwell pretty well, but Kundera is great too. We (in the US, at least) don’t literally live in Airstrip One, but it is not so obvious how our situation differs from what Kundera depicts. You can literally lose your livelihood on account of a joke. Well, Kundera has a novel, “The Joke”. “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” is great in both the novel and film form (even if Kundera himself did not like the film). (I watched the film before I read any of his books and I thought it was great.)

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  27. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Am not so understanding this well. Is John a common name for Women in your country?

    Thank you for your kind reply.

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    Well, you know, they have been cutting back on editors at The Paper of Record. So this sort of clumsy, even nonsensical, stuff has a way of creeping in.
    , @Autochthon
    My earlier comment about some astronomer "working on her masters for public health" didn't pass muster with Mr. Sailer, but...yeah.
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  28. @Mitchell Porter
    Belatedly realizing the magnitude of Jewish privilege has created political dilemmas for me that I still don't know how to resolve. That one small ethno-religious group has such enormous power in the West, and that this fact is nonetheless missing from our collective public self-understanding - that's a prime example of "false consciousness". Jews function like an invisible ruling class who have their internal disagreements, but who would be as one in opposing any attempt to make Jewish power per se, a theme of public discussion.

    So what then? I have no desire to be a Jew or live like a Jew, but apparently I cannot aspire to anything significant in life without forming some opinion of, and some relationship to, Jewishness, because money, media, academy, politics, diplomacy, and who knows what else, all seem to be influenced by powerful Jewish cabals. That's the shocking reality of the post-Christian West; Christianity is in decline, but the older religious identity, Judaism, thrives among the upper classes.

    How can this possibly end well?

    How can this possibly end well?

    So long as you don’t mind being one of the following, you’ll be fine:

    1. Asian
    2. Jewish
    3. Enslaved
    4. Erased

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  29. Anonymous[326] • Disclaimer says:

    They couldn’t even manage to cook the books to get a graphic that supports the headline. And we wonder why the bridges fall down…

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  30. @J.Ross
    We need to worry about men named John, which is surely in the running for most common male name in this cultural sphere, because they are likely to be white.
    Mugatu is my pharmacist.

    And John Mcwhorter is about the whitest black guy around. And his wife is white.

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  31. @Frau Katze
    I don’t see any comments on that linked article.

    Maybe because i’m using an iPad, but normally I can see them

    Scroll down a tiny bit and then the NYT comments will appear in upper right corner. How it is on Chrome at least and Windows 10. Apple-Safari should be the same.

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  32. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    Oosh.
    Max Cringe. She is so OTT with the guilt tripping, conniving & intimidation schtick, it makes the mau mauing Lawyer character in Bonfire of the Vanities look utterly stoic & genteel.

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  33. @syonredux
    Interesting. The article linked back to the most popular US bay names in 2016:


    1 Noah emma


    2 Liam Olivia
    3 William Ava
    4 Mason Sophia
    5 James Isabella
    6 Benjamin Mia
    7 Jacob Charlotte
    8 Michael Abigail
    9 Elijah Emily
    10 Ethan Harper

    https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/


    Leaving aside the faddish Liam and Mason, the boys' names are very conservative, mostly Biblical plus one Germanic (William). The girls' names, in contrast, seem quite of the moment.

    I like Charlotte the most and Harper is just plain idiotic, though I have seen worse. We all have. How about Sailor for a girls name? Sometimes, when it comes to naming daughters, parents are on the same drugs as when they got tattoos.

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  34. @Escher
    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    This is a Biblical joke, right?

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  35. @Escher
    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    Jamie Kirchick, James Franco

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  36. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    Jennifer Ickham Errican:

    This morning’s Daily Mail has provided a partial transcript of the efforts of the wannabe politician’s efforts to politically intimidate the two police officers. Although her sense of arrogance and self-anointed privilege comes out better in the video.

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  37. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    A Jewish fundraiser

    That was painful to watch – talmudic circular argueing, oy!
    Those Policemen have the patience of sweet baby Jesus.

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  38. @syonredux
    Interesting. The article linked back to the most popular US bay names in 2016:


    1 Noah emma


    2 Liam Olivia
    3 William Ava
    4 Mason Sophia
    5 James Isabella
    6 Benjamin Mia
    7 Jacob Charlotte
    8 Michael Abigail
    9 Elijah Emily
    10 Ethan Harper

    https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/


    Leaving aside the faddish Liam and Mason, the boys' names are very conservative, mostly Biblical plus one Germanic (William). The girls' names, in contrast, seem quite of the moment.

    I looked at a long history of US baby names some time ago. As I recall, the boy names seemed to rise and fall over 20-50 years and then usually cycle back to an old name returning to favor. By contrast, the girl name sine wave was much shorter, maybe 5-20 years. Since the 1990s or so there were a lot of new girl name coinages like “Madison”. The current crop is usual for being mostly “classic” names, except for “Harper”, which I assume is homage to our patron saint of the Numinous Negro and the WWC Devil.

    The lack of new coinages is kind of encouraging. Maybe among people who reproduce, they are reacting against the loony transgenderism. Or maybe we are finally outgrowing the insane “feminist” girls-need-to-be-more-like-boys fallacy.

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    I meant to say "the current crop is unusual", but maybe that's not really true anyhow.

    Other name lore: for some reason, in the early 1990s, the name "Hillary" completely fell off the baby name radar and never reappeared. Even Dems don't really like her, apparently.

    I did chance to meet a rare Hillary born mid-1990s once. And yes, her mother was a ravening liberal.

    , @Doug
    The biggest problem with giving your baby a "trendy" name is that it will likely fall out of favor and date them to their cohort. In 2018, Madison conjures an image of an affluent, educated, college-aged girl. In 2068, it will probably be an old lady name like Ethel.

    As per 30 Rock's advice, stick to the kings and queens of England.
    , @Barnard

    The current crop is usual for being mostly “classic” names, except for “Harper”, which I assume is homage to our patron saint of the Numinous Negro and the WWC Devil.
     
    After Go Set A Watchman was released, there was an article about a couple who had named their boy Atticus. They were appalled by the racist comments by Atticus Finch in Go Set A Watchman and wanted to change the name even though he was already two or three years old.
    , @Svigor
    I actually prefer those newfangled names to Biblical names. Let Jews name their kids from the Old Testament, and Europeans name their kids after European stuff.
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  39. @Almost Missouri
    I looked at a long history of US baby names some time ago. As I recall, the boy names seemed to rise and fall over 20-50 years and then usually cycle back to an old name returning to favor. By contrast, the girl name sine wave was much shorter, maybe 5-20 years. Since the 1990s or so there were a lot of new girl name coinages like "Madison". The current crop is usual for being mostly "classic" names, except for "Harper", which I assume is homage to our patron saint of the Numinous Negro and the WWC Devil.

    The lack of new coinages is kind of encouraging. Maybe among people who reproduce, they are reacting against the loony transgenderism. Or maybe we are finally outgrowing the insane "feminist" girls-need-to-be-more-like-boys fallacy.

    I meant to say “the current crop is unusual”, but maybe that’s not really true anyhow.

    Other name lore: for some reason, in the early 1990s, the name “Hillary” completely fell off the baby name radar and never reappeared. Even Dems don’t really like her, apparently.

    I did chance to meet a rare Hillary born mid-1990s once. And yes, her mother was a ravening liberal.

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    ... for some reason, in the early 1990s, the name “Hillary” completely fell off the baby name radar and never reappeared.
     
    That IS weird. I wonder why .... ? I guess mountain climbing is losing its popularity?

    Could it be that no parent wants to name his kid after ...

    .
    .
    .
    .
    .

    (wait for it!)


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_mePjkQW_c
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  40. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    Ouch. I had a “conversation” like that with a (((woman))) business owner once. It helped me to understand the drive of Jewish men to out-marry.

    It would be nice if she were relieved of her Commissioner status for attempting to use influence improperly, but I won’t hold my breath.

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    The Hebrew race truly enriches our land.
    , @MikeatMikedotMike
    She got the hook.
    , @Buck Turgidson
    They should have tasered her just for the fun of it
    , @The King is A Fink
    According to the notes below the Youtube video, she has resigned as commissioner. Don't let the door hit your ass.....
    , @Brutusale
    She went too far, even for NJ Democrats. She was told to fall on her sword.

    http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2018/04/port_authority_commissioner_abruptly_resigns_in_wa.html
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  41. You know what country has unbearable whiteness?

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/global-opinions/wp/2018/04/24/over-policing-in-black-communities-is-a-canadian-crisis-too/

    police killings disproportionately impact black communities, particularly in Toronto, where black people make up 8.3 percent of the population but 36.5 percent of police fatalities.

    Must be that unbearable white racism. Must be. What other explanation could there be?

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    Hmmm ... that rate is only about six times higher than their non-black rate. How did Canada get such a peaceable black population? Selection pressure for non-confrontationalism among those who fled from slavery to Canada?
    , @Forbes
    The writer refers to over-policing--but what's the violent crime rate in black communities? What's the crime rate among blacks?

    Is it possible--or even considered--that those data might be similarly disproportionate? The proffered statement on cannabis arrests is a distraction.

    Anecdote and assertion simply fuels an activist agenda. The WaPo is a rag.
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  42. @Krastos the Gluemaker
    I still think the most interesting name data related discussion in a long time, might have been linked somewhere here back in 2016, was the exploration of donors to the presidential candidates by name. The names that, at least to a certain point in time, were most disproportionately associated with the various candidates were highlighted, and I think most overlooked it but one part of that data was really amazing.

    It's surreal that so many names that most disproportionately supported John Kasich (again, in donating money) such as "Rodney" and "Martin" somehow fit so well, psychologically, as the people who would be Kasich supporters. It's not that those names were just the most very common names for white males either, not even in some sense of being Southern vs Northern names or something like that. (Names for Trump/other Republicans just seemed like generic white males, Hillary donors were obvious ethnic names or boring middle-aged to older white female names, Bernie supporters younger males etc. Really the Kasich data stood out, at an intuitive level)

    Yeah, this immediately reminded me of the donor name comparison too. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if the NYT didn’t get the idea for this article from reading iSteve and thinking, dammit, that hurt, so we must use this technique against them! Of course, the NYT version is hamfisted, flawed, not very revealing, and heavily promoted. The iSteve version was subtle, valid, illuminating and almost completely ignored. Or, in other words, Tuesday.

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    One problem with Noticing is that the targets may sincerely vow to "do better" and and the diversity idiocy gets even worse.
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  43. @Almost Missouri
    I looked at a long history of US baby names some time ago. As I recall, the boy names seemed to rise and fall over 20-50 years and then usually cycle back to an old name returning to favor. By contrast, the girl name sine wave was much shorter, maybe 5-20 years. Since the 1990s or so there were a lot of new girl name coinages like "Madison". The current crop is usual for being mostly "classic" names, except for "Harper", which I assume is homage to our patron saint of the Numinous Negro and the WWC Devil.

    The lack of new coinages is kind of encouraging. Maybe among people who reproduce, they are reacting against the loony transgenderism. Or maybe we are finally outgrowing the insane "feminist" girls-need-to-be-more-like-boys fallacy.

    The biggest problem with giving your baby a “trendy” name is that it will likely fall out of favor and date them to their cohort. In 2018, Madison conjures an image of an affluent, educated, college-aged girl. In 2068, it will probably be an old lady name like Ethel.

    As per 30 Rock’s advice, stick to the kings and queens of England.

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    In 2018, Madison conjures an image of an affluent, educated, college-aged girl.
     
    Why do Americans love giving girls male-sounding surnames as first names?

    It makes those girls sound easy.
    , @Almost Missouri
    Heh, yeah I agree, but "no one thinks of winter when the grass is green." And is there any grass greener than a new baby girl? The tight age-name cohorts for girls have been a thing for a long time.

    I will commend "Ælfwynn" and "Æthelred" to my children ...

    ... if for no other reason than to see the Æ ligatures wreak havoc with the surveillance state.

    , @slumber_j

    [S]tick to the kings and queens of England.
     
    That's right, or saints at the very least. While the thought of reviving Juthwara for example tempted me for reasons of sheer pigheaded perversity, we settled on Jane for the girl. For the boy, Edward.
    , @syonredux

    The biggest problem with giving your baby a “trendy” name is that it will likely fall out of favor and date them to their cohort. In 2018, Madison conjures an image of an affluent, educated, college-aged girl. In 2068, it will probably be an old lady name like Ethel.

    As per 30 Rock’s advice, stick to the kings and queens of England.
     
    Stick to the tried and the true. They never go out of date:

    Biblical names: Adam, Joseph, Eve, Elizabeth, Matthew, David, Sarah, etc

    Graeco-Roman: Alexander, Alexandra, Philip, Mark/Marcus (also doubles as a biblical name), Julia, Anthony, etc

    Traditional Anglo: Robert, Edward, William, etc
    , @S. Anonyia
    Madison brings to mind a redneck (but not poor) name around here. Affluent people give their kids more classic names.
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  44. @Escher
    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    Jewish given names tend to be “stickier” than gentiles. Jewish tradition is to only use the names of dead relatives. Baby’s more likely to be named after great-grandfather rattan than father or grandfather. So, the corpus of names tend to turn over slower on a generational basis.

    Plus Jews, like all upper-class whites, tend to have kids later in life. So the time in between generations is extended.

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    "Jewish tradition is to only use the names of dead relatives. Baby’s more likely to be named after great-grandfather rattan than father or grandfather."

    So, where are all the young Jewish Sidneys, Stanleys, Seymours and Mortimers?
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  45. @Twinkie
    You know what country has unbearable whiteness?
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/global-opinions/wp/2018/04/24/over-policing-in-black-communities-is-a-canadian-crisis-too/

    police killings disproportionately impact black communities, particularly in Toronto, where black people make up 8.3 percent of the population but 36.5 percent of police fatalities.
     
    Must be that unbearable white racism. Must be. What other explanation could there be?

    Hmmm … that rate is only about six times higher than their non-black rate. How did Canada get such a peaceable black population? Selection pressure for non-confrontationalism among those who fled from slavery to Canada?

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    Very few Blacks in Toronto would be descendants of runaway slaves. They are overwhelmingly Caribbean and African immigrants of recent vintage.

    There were probably some qualifications required to get the OK to immigrate. It will be interesting to see if 'regression to the mean' has an impact.
    , @Twinkie

    that rate is only about six times higher than their non-black rate.
     
    “Soft bigotry of low expectation”?
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  46. Anonymous[905] • Disclaimer says:

    ‘Cain-Miller’
    ‘Quealy’
    ‘Sanger-Katz’.

    Kevin – in name that in the UK is seen by the snobbishly inclined as a joke – Quealy makes one feel queasy with his squeally histrionics.

    Sanger-Katz reminds one of a particularly noisome midnight caterwaul – about as unpleasant and discordant on the ear as yer typical NYT pontifical pompous victim hood article.

    ‘Cain-Miller’, the best I can think up is ‘back to the plantation, girl, and feed those stalks into the juicing wheels’.

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  47. @Doug
    The biggest problem with giving your baby a "trendy" name is that it will likely fall out of favor and date them to their cohort. In 2018, Madison conjures an image of an affluent, educated, college-aged girl. In 2068, it will probably be an old lady name like Ethel.

    As per 30 Rock's advice, stick to the kings and queens of England.

    In 2018, Madison conjures an image of an affluent, educated, college-aged girl.

    Why do Americans love giving girls male-sounding surnames as first names?

    It makes those girls sound easy.

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  48. Anonymous[905] • Disclaimer says:
    @syonredux

    James Spader. Who was totally hot when he was young.
     
    James Spader isn't Jewish:

    Birth Name: James Todd Spader

    Place of Birth: Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.

    Date of Birth: February 7, 1960

    Ethnicity: English (mostly), with small amounts of Scottish, French, Dutch, German, Swiss-German, and Norwegian
     
    http://ethnicelebs.com/james-spader

    ‘James Todd Spader’

    ‘James Spadefoot-Toad’.

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  49. @Doug
    The biggest problem with giving your baby a "trendy" name is that it will likely fall out of favor and date them to their cohort. In 2018, Madison conjures an image of an affluent, educated, college-aged girl. In 2068, it will probably be an old lady name like Ethel.

    As per 30 Rock's advice, stick to the kings and queens of England.

    Heh, yeah I agree, but “no one thinks of winter when the grass is green.” And is there any grass greener than a new baby girl? The tight age-name cohorts for girls have been a thing for a long time.

    I will commend “Ælfwynn” and “Æthelred” to my children …

    … if for no other reason than to see the Æ ligatures wreak havoc with the surveillance state.

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    I will commend “Ælfwynn” and “Æthelred” to my children …

    Godfrey Ælfwick #wrongskin

    https://mobile.twitter.com/realelfwick?lang=en
    , @Olorin
    If blacks can mung up their names with random punctuation, no reason you can't use ancient ancestral diphthongs.

    If you have five kids you can name them in alignment with the GVS.

    https://www.uni-due.de/SHE/GreatVowelShift.jpg
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  50. @syonredux
    Interesting. The article linked back to the most popular US bay names in 2016:


    1 Noah emma


    2 Liam Olivia
    3 William Ava
    4 Mason Sophia
    5 James Isabella
    6 Benjamin Mia
    7 Jacob Charlotte
    8 Michael Abigail
    9 Elijah Emily
    10 Ethan Harper

    https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/


    Leaving aside the faddish Liam and Mason, the boys' names are very conservative, mostly Biblical plus one Germanic (William). The girls' names, in contrast, seem quite of the moment.

    Isn’t naming your daughter ‘Mia’ like naming your son ‘Johnny’? That is, wrong.

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  51. Anonymous[333] • Disclaimer says:
    @Almost Missouri
    Hmmm ... that rate is only about six times higher than their non-black rate. How did Canada get such a peaceable black population? Selection pressure for non-confrontationalism among those who fled from slavery to Canada?

    Very few Blacks in Toronto would be descendants of runaway slaves. They are overwhelmingly Caribbean and African immigrants of recent vintage.

    There were probably some qualifications required to get the OK to immigrate. It will be interesting to see if ‘regression to the mean’ has an impact.

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  52. Ed says:
    @Berty
    The results from AZ08 are starting to make me seriously wonder whether the Trump administration will turn out to be a disaster for the nationalist cause rather than it's savoir. Because I'm not seeing anything to be hopeful about from here.

    Republicans need to turn out or it’ll be a wipe out. Also women that have in the past voted for republicans are switching. Issue is Trump’s vanity. Women tend to be more sensitive to news coverage tone and with Trump in the news everyday, loudly and negatively, that has had an impact.

    Trump does best when he goes dark.

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    I interpret every news story as: How can we manipulate white women to vote against their interests, the interests of their families and the interests of the country this time!
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  53. @Almost Missouri
    Ouch. I had a "conversation" like that with a (((woman))) business owner once. It helped me to understand the drive of Jewish men to out-marry.

    It would be nice if she were relieved of her Commissioner status for attempting to use influence improperly, but I won't hold my breath.

    The Hebrew race truly enriches our land.

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  54. Steve , people I talk to reckon you’re legit and not at all boomer tier but I keep telling them how much you generation is ultimate Slav Marche Tchaikovsky wrote about.

    I told them you were a bigger…if any case they looked up to you.

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  55. @Almost Missouri
    Hmmm ... that rate is only about six times higher than their non-black rate. How did Canada get such a peaceable black population? Selection pressure for non-confrontationalism among those who fled from slavery to Canada?

    that rate is only about six times higher than their non-black rate.

    “Soft bigotry of low expectation”?

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  56. I’m sure Margot Sanger-Katz will get right on that, Steve.

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  57. NYT should do a deeper dive and reveal to all of us the gloriously diverse large companies that are profitable and crushing the competition to demonstrate once and for all that all of these other companies with their white and male leadership are really doing a disservice to their shareholders.

    Why hasn’t that piece been written, I wonder?

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  58. @Almost Missouri
    Ouch. I had a "conversation" like that with a (((woman))) business owner once. It helped me to understand the drive of Jewish men to out-marry.

    It would be nice if she were relieved of her Commissioner status for attempting to use influence improperly, but I won't hold my breath.

    She got the hook.

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  59. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    Textbook work by the officers. The old bag needs a tasering.

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    I wonder if that guy who got beat to death by the North Koreans last year had a similar attitude. Banging the table and threatening your captors may work in New York but it's liable to backfire badly elsewhere.
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  60. @Almost Missouri
    Ouch. I had a "conversation" like that with a (((woman))) business owner once. It helped me to understand the drive of Jewish men to out-marry.

    It would be nice if she were relieved of her Commissioner status for attempting to use influence improperly, but I won't hold my breath.

    They should have tasered her just for the fun of it

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    I'd have enjoyed that as a viewer, and as a taxpayer!
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  61. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    Oy! So relentless, now I know why the male tribe members gets shiksa fever.

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  62. @Almost Missouri
    Ouch. I had a "conversation" like that with a (((woman))) business owner once. It helped me to understand the drive of Jewish men to out-marry.

    It would be nice if she were relieved of her Commissioner status for attempting to use influence improperly, but I won't hold my breath.

    According to the notes below the Youtube video, she has resigned as commissioner. Don’t let the door hit your ass…..

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  63. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    This video perfectly captures why Jews dominate so many of our higher institutions. Who would want to work and live around obnoxious people like her? No normal person would want to spend their lives dealing with that kind of energy.

    When I lived in Scarsdale I witnessed this sort of drama every day, even at the meat counter in the grocery store. Third-world type bargaining with implied privilege that allows exceptions to ordinary behavior and law. I couldn’t get away fast enough.

    If going to an Ivy League school meant dealing with Jews like her and her PhD-candidate offspring, it wouldn’t be worth it.

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    Learned that working in NYC. Your first sentence needs to be emphasized. This is EXACTLY how they wind up taking over any organization. Before the ethnic networking, they have to drive out the goyim so as to open up the slot to fill with Landsmanner.
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  64. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    LOL, it was funny watching the cops fail to tell the yenta that it’s not their place to reveal details to some third party.

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    Why didn't they?
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  65. @Doug
    The biggest problem with giving your baby a "trendy" name is that it will likely fall out of favor and date them to their cohort. In 2018, Madison conjures an image of an affluent, educated, college-aged girl. In 2068, it will probably be an old lady name like Ethel.

    As per 30 Rock's advice, stick to the kings and queens of England.

    [S]tick to the kings and queens of England.

    That’s right, or saints at the very least. While the thought of reviving Juthwara for example tempted me for reasons of sheer pigheaded perversity, we settled on Jane for the girl. For the boy, Edward.

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    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    I missed out on Amos Moses just by a few days. We already had the birth certificate when that Jerry Reed song come back into my head. Damn!
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  66. @Berty
    The results from AZ08 are starting to make me seriously wonder whether the Trump administration will turn out to be a disaster for the nationalist cause rather than it's savoir. Because I'm not seeing anything to be hopeful about from here.

    I’ve always been skeptical about Trump as “savior” of nationalism. Trump’s election was the trophy; Trump himself was only speculatively so. We pulled the lever for a nationalist outsider once, and we can do it again. Conversely, the outsider won campaigning on nationalism once, and another can do it again.

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  67. @Anonymous
    Did they count the "Jonathans" and "Yonathans" as "Johns"?

    And next week in the Times, reviews of the latest books by Franzen, Lethem, and Safran Foer.

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  68. @sabril
    If one reads the article, one can find plenty of comparisons which also involve names like "David," "Joel," and "Benjamin." There is even an "Emmanuel" in one of their comparisons.

    In short, it appears that this article is a strict comparison involving men and women and has nothing to do with race or religion.

    What if it turns out that in addition to being disproportionately Jewish, top CEOs are also disproportionately Asian? Is it only Jewish overrepresentation that's a problem for you which needs attention?

    Submitted 4/25/18 at 6:55am GMT.

    Is it only Jewish overrepresentation that’s a problem for you which needs attention?

    What if the answer is “yes”?

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    Then you are fundamentally no different from people who fume about "white privilege" but ignore advantages enjoyed by other groups.
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  69. Indian Americans force Jews to capitulate on Jewish Privilege.

    Hank Azaria on The Simpsons’ Apu controversy: ‘I’m willing to step aside’

    The actor, who voices the role, says he could be replaced by an Indian or south Asian actor and called for more diverse voices in the show’s writing room

    https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2018/apr/25/hank-azaria-on-the-simpsons-apu-controversy-im-willing-to-step-aside

    I think Apu’s caste should be identified and only a South Asian Hindu of the correct caste should be selected so as to eliminate as much caste privilege intersectionality as possible.

    Fun fact: Azaria went to the same HS as Pres. Trump.

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    An exemplary victory for them. The Simpsons has been on forever and hasn't been funny since the last Republican presidential administration or before. Do they
    -- ignore it, because it's as relevant as Lee Iacocca in Reebok Pumps singing LaTour's "People Are Still Having Sex, This AIDS Thing's Not Working"?
    -- make their own cartoon, which is better in every way, and stones the second bird of South Asians stereotypically not being creative?
    -- whine until a quaternary character is changed?
    This is the struggle of our Trek trivia memorizing times. See also the Star Wars sequels, which have exactly the same storylines, characters, and plot objects as the first ones.
    , @Anonymous
    Is Azaria Jewish? That would explain why he so easily empathizes with the Hindus being persecuted because of the cartoon voice.
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  70. UK Vogue magazine appoints black homosexualist as editor.
    What could go wrong?

    http://www.vogue.co.uk/magazine

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  71. The most common name for CEOs is Pete.

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  72. I’ll start paying attention to these new wave feminists when I hear them complain that women are under-represented in jobs such as garbageman and lumberjack.

    Uh, I mean garbageperson and . . .uh . . lumberjill?

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  73. The NY Times claims that “Johns represent 3.3% of the population” but fails to actually state the fact that Johns represent 4% of the 500 CEOs. While Jews are 2% of the population and yet they represent 24% of the CEOs

    it does not appear Johns are over-represented , as the name John has been declining in popularity and has not been a top ten name for babies over the last decade. among Americans over 40 Johns represent over 4% of the population, thus johns may be under-represented among our CEOs based on the population demographics we would expect for men over 40.

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  74. @syonredux

    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    I’m related by marriage to a Jewish “James.” I think Ya’kov is the Hebrew equivalent.
     

    James is the (Vulgar/Later Latin) form of the Hebrew name Yaʻaqov (known as Jacob in its earlier Latin form).[1] The name James came into the English language from the Old French variation James[2] of the late Latin name Iacomus. This was a Vulgar/Later Latin (proto-Romance) variant of the earlier Latin form Iacobus, from the New Testament Greek Ἰάκωβος (Iákōbos), from Hebrew יעקב (Yaʻaqov) (Jacob). The development Iacobus > Iacomus is likely a result of nasalization of the o and assimilation of the following b (i.e., intermediate *Iacombus) followed by simplification of the cluster mb through loss of the b. Diminutives include Jamie, Jim, Jimmy, Jimmie, Jimbo, Jimothy, and others.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_(name)

    Jimothy?

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  75. @Almost Missouri
    Ouch. I had a "conversation" like that with a (((woman))) business owner once. It helped me to understand the drive of Jewish men to out-marry.

    It would be nice if she were relieved of her Commissioner status for attempting to use influence improperly, but I won't hold my breath.

    She went too far, even for NJ Democrats. She was told to fall on her sword.

    http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2018/04/port_authority_commissioner_abruptly_resigns_in_wa.html

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    Despite great provocation, the officers in this incident behaved with the utmost professionalism. The dash-cam saves the day. I'm sure the commissioner would have put a different spin on the interaction were it not for the video.
    , @Svigor
    All she had to do was use a bit of honey, a lot less vinegar, and be a bit less gauche and obvious about her name-dropping and attempts at influence. For her bragging about being a lawyer, she seemed kinda clueless (unless that's just how it's done in Jersey).
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  76. You guys are clueless. white “men” are fragile and entititled. Black Men are strong and brave.

    See this story

    white guy with a gun (surprise surprise) kills four people and would have done more damage if not for heroic Man of Color STOPPING HIM WITH HIS BARE HANDS

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/23/us/waffle-house-hero-james-shaw.html?action=click&contentCollection=U.S.&module=RelatedCoverage&region=EndOfArticle&pgtype=article

    aftwerwards he says he is not hero

    They are both 29. Look at how youthful and beautiful the hero is contasted with the ugly and old looking the white guy is

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  77. @Thomm
    The headline and comment was 80% about gender bigotry and just 20% race.

    'Feminism' is the real scourge here, but even Steve sees race where he should see the far worse problem, feminism.

    'Muh tribe! Muh tribe!' is the default position of the simple-minded, but Steve sometimes calls out feminism properly. Unfortunately, today was not one of those days.

    I bet plenty of those CEOs are Asian. One of them is John Chen :
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_S._Chen

    A two-digit IQ chanspeaking r*tard like yourself ought not to call others “simple-minded”

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  78. Most blacks committing crime in Toronto are second-generation Caribbean males aged 16-25. Very few railroad descendants around these parts.

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  79. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    If a man, she would have gotten physical and arrested. That was remarkable restraint by the police. I loved hearing her drop all the elite status points on the cops (Yale, MIT) and having her politely ignored. Fantastic.

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    Tom, This reminds me of Henry Louis (Skip) Gates and the Cambridge police. I don't think it was about race but rather his lofty status in academia ...."Do you know you I am? I teach at Harvard."
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  80. Ross Douthat gives a shout-out in the Times this morning:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/25/opinion/california-democrats-trump-republicans.html

    So the same trends that have made California so uniformly liberal have also encouraged Trumpism elsewhere — and not only elsewhere, since as Jason Willick and James Hitchcock pointed out in 2016 in The American Interest, Trumpism-the-ideology is very much a made-in-California affair. Not many members of the right-wing intelligentsia backed Trump, but the writers and thinkers who did — from mainstream conservatives to the alt-right fringe — were heavily Californian: the Claremont Institute’s West Coast Straussians, Michael “Flight 93 Election” Anton, Mickey Kaus, Victor Davis Hanson, Ron Unz, Steve Sailer, Scott Adams, Curtis “Mencius Moldbug” Yarvin … and of course the one and only Peter Thiel.

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    I don't really read him that much, but even so I can recall multiple times when he has dropped names of "badthinkers". It does strike me that he understands that his task is to remain employed, and to do what he does. He clearly reads people regarded as beyond the pale by the MSM.
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  81. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/24/us/daca-dreamers-trump.html

    Judge John D. Bates of Federal District Court for the District of Columbia said that the administration’s decision to terminate the program, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, was based on the “virtually unexplained” grounds that the program was “unlawful.”

    Is it part of the Zeroth Amendment that the President has to explain to a federal judge why he wants to rescind an executive order? And do executive orders become law if the judge says so.

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    Is it part of the Zeroth Amendment that the President has to explain to a federal judge why he wants to rescind an executive order? And do executive orders become law if the judge says so.
     
    And the cherry on top is that it was an unconstitutional executive order to begin with.

    What are the leftists thinking? That they'll always be the ones who can decide what the rules are and what the laws mean, based on their current whims? That the future will be mob rule by leftist mobs, and that it will be fun for them?

    This will not end well.
    , @Twinkie
    I initially thought that was a satire. Now I am just angry and flabbergasted. The last shred of the rule of law appears to be vanishing.
    , @Lot
    Justice Kennedy was always going to be the guy to decide the issue.

    If Trump were a competent nationalist, his immigration executive orders would have been designed from the start to be as aggressive as Kennedy would likely permit, and a Kennedy charm and suck-up campaign would have been launched the moment Trump won the election. Are Trump's people regularly talking with Kennedy about who'd make good circuit court judges? Hiring his former clerks for top DOJ and WH Counsel positions? Thinking of a good federal building to bear his name? And a milder version of this type of campaign is needed for Roberts who is possibly squishy on the issue.

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  82. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    This video will be profoundly disturbing to Jews for two reasons. One, because it shows that working-class white men have more integrity than high-ranking Jewish women. Two, because it shows that white, working-class men will not allow themselves to be pushed around by bossy Jewish moms. This is an axe to the very roots of the special Jewish boy/Mother relationship in which the mother rules with absolute authority. “How dare some lowly, non-Phd-candidate-at-MIT-Gentile question my Mom?”

    She finds the officer’s behavior “very disappointing” because it “ruins” her family’s Passover. Well so what? Tough beans. Why is it that you don’t you find your law-breaking kid’s behavior disappointing?

    Unfortunately, the Jewish takeaway from this encounter will be that they need to insinuate themselves into dominant positions in local police heirarchies across America, the better to enjoy their holidays without the bother of corruption-free Law and Order.

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    Two, because it shows that white, working-class men will not allow themselves to be pushed around by bossy Jewish moms.
     
    This may be true, but for the record: Followups to the story name the lead (taller) officer as one Matt Savitsky, who is almost certainly Jewish.
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  83. @syonredux

    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    I’m related by marriage to a Jewish “James.” I think Ya’kov is the Hebrew equivalent.
     

    James is the (Vulgar/Later Latin) form of the Hebrew name Yaʻaqov (known as Jacob in its earlier Latin form).[1] The name James came into the English language from the Old French variation James[2] of the late Latin name Iacomus. This was a Vulgar/Later Latin (proto-Romance) variant of the earlier Latin form Iacobus, from the New Testament Greek Ἰάκωβος (Iákōbos), from Hebrew יעקב (Yaʻaqov) (Jacob). The development Iacobus > Iacomus is likely a result of nasalization of the o and assimilation of the following b (i.e., intermediate *Iacombus) followed by simplification of the cluster mb through loss of the b. Diminutives include Jamie, Jim, Jimmy, Jimmie, Jimbo, Jimothy, and others.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_(name)

    Interesting.. I always thought Ya’kov was Hebrew for “Jacob”.

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  84. Hasn’t height traditionally been what most aptly differentiates the Fortune 500 from others?

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  85. @Almost Missouri
    I looked at a long history of US baby names some time ago. As I recall, the boy names seemed to rise and fall over 20-50 years and then usually cycle back to an old name returning to favor. By contrast, the girl name sine wave was much shorter, maybe 5-20 years. Since the 1990s or so there were a lot of new girl name coinages like "Madison". The current crop is usual for being mostly "classic" names, except for "Harper", which I assume is homage to our patron saint of the Numinous Negro and the WWC Devil.

    The lack of new coinages is kind of encouraging. Maybe among people who reproduce, they are reacting against the loony transgenderism. Or maybe we are finally outgrowing the insane "feminist" girls-need-to-be-more-like-boys fallacy.

    The current crop is usual for being mostly “classic” names, except for “Harper”, which I assume is homage to our patron saint of the Numinous Negro and the WWC Devil.

    After Go Set A Watchman was released, there was an article about a couple who had named their boy Atticus. They were appalled by the racist comments by Atticus Finch in Go Set A Watchman and wanted to change the name even though he was already two or three years old.

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  86. @Lugash
    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/24/us/daca-dreamers-trump.html

    Judge John D. Bates of Federal District Court for the District of Columbia said that the administration’s decision to terminate the program, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, was based on the “virtually unexplained” grounds that the program was “unlawful.”
     
    Is it part of the Zeroth Amendment that the President has to explain to a federal judge why he wants to rescind an executive order? And do executive orders become law if the judge says so.

    Is it part of the Zeroth Amendment that the President has to explain to a federal judge why he wants to rescind an executive order? And do executive orders become law if the judge says so.

    And the cherry on top is that it was an unconstitutional executive order to begin with.

    What are the leftists thinking? That they’ll always be the ones who can decide what the rules are and what the laws mean, based on their current whims? That the future will be mob rule by leftist mobs, and that it will be fun for them?

    This will not end well.

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    This is exactly what they are thinking. This is exactly how they think our government works. These people are law school graduates. Remember Obama freely editing how Obamacare worked after it was passed?
    , @Harry Baldwin
    I think leftists do believe that and so far they've been validated. The right worries about process, the left only about results. Good piece on this subject at kakistocracy: https://kakistocracyblog.wordpress.com/2018/04/17/conservatism-the-hemlock-of-conservatives/
    , @Alfa158
    “What are the leftists thinking? That they’ll always be the ones who can decide what the rules are and what the laws mean, based on their current whims? That the future will be mob rule by leftist mobs, and that it will be fun for them?”
    Living in California, I know leftists. Yes, that’s exactly what they’re thinking.
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  87. @Berty
    The results from AZ08 are starting to make me seriously wonder whether the Trump administration will turn out to be a disaster for the nationalist cause rather than it's savoir. Because I'm not seeing anything to be hopeful about from here.

    Trump won when he managed to draw the Media into such a wall bias at the mere suggestion that the law and peoples will be followed all doubt was removed that the media is anything other than a propaganda machine- fake news was instantly turned back on them and is now a synonym for big media, he light as well have passed a law that from now on all media outlets must affix the title Ministry of Truth under their logo.
    He proceeded to finally shatter the hope and delusion of the conservative voters forever when he drew GOP cucks into the open during the primary, finally demonstrating for conservatives that the GOP is a controlled cuck shill party and that politics is hopeless, democracy dead, and everything about race. That thye would rather a Clinton or a communist won than the platform they had been fraudulently running on for decades actually got passed.

    [MORE]

    When he proved to us all we were not the only ones and pulled off a historic upset changing the left right boundaries forever,not only on the electoral map but also on the political alignment of issues map, he caught the deep state off guard and managed to draw the deep state and civil service into open rebellion of an elected president and caught them in an encyclopedia of criminal conspiracies which everyone know they will not serve a day in prison forever exposing that alex jones and co are more right than crazy, that we dont live in a democracy, that we dont live under a rule of law that their is such a thing as a deep state that our elected officials take it as a given that not obeying them can get you killed or destroyed, that they are so above the law they can wage open war on a popular president, that the media civil service NGOs academia EU judiciary military organized religion etc are all in support of the deep state and could care less about rule of law and will of the people.

    He has since trolled the law enforcement and the judiciary into open partisanship and forever shattered the fairytale that we have an independent judiciary that investigates and judges based on rule of law.

    He has also several times worked to legitimize points of view on a national and international scale not heard in polite company in 100 years. That race is real and it matters. That the holocaust is not the national religion, that nationalism throughout the world is a good thing, that white people have a right to homelands too. That the far right is at the very least no worse than the mainstream left.That authority ought to be questioned because they are lying most of the time.That globalism is not good for the whites.That tech is not your friend. That third world immigration is an invasion orchestrated to destroy the west by certain people who can be pointed to, and who have no alternative legitimate explanation for their scheme other than destruction of us.That china is our enemy, Islam is our enemy, Israel is not our ally in any lasting sense, that the EU is not our partner, That christianity is leftist most of the time.

    In short he has awakened a critical mass of conservatives to the fact that if they want to live and have their children have better prospects than south african whites they are going to have to go to war not politics.
    Trump will accomplish little legislatively, he probably wont be the last candidate thats outside the overton window. likely we will see the end of the GOP as the conservative party and increasingly strident right wing leaders throughout the west culminating in the ones that will lead us into war against the left

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    I hope you are right.
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  89. @J.Ross
    Oh, so you fell for this ridiculous idea that Trump hasn't won unless he's won every little contest, and by the right margin?
    As I said before, Democrats are cheating, we will lose every election where we do not turn out more than they can fake, and if that's the case after all these elections decided by just enough to avoid a recount, then we deserve to lose. This going blind staring at patterns of margins is silly. I was a leftist and dutiful Democrat when George W Bush was massively unpopular and John Kerry was -- we were constantly assured -- "keeping his powder dry." They used that metaphor pretty much every day in that campaign.
    There's an obvious subtext in all the analyses of this small local election: Trump versus the UniParty, the UniParty against the People. Neither establishment party can demonstrate democratic legitimacy. All the energy was for Bernie and Trump, hostile outsiders who were promising to burn stuff down. Given that the Democrats have decided to have frequent attacks on the Constitution with excellent media coverage I am expecting them to do worse than expected overall. But if establishment Republicans, who spent their time in office back-stabbing their President and insulting their constituents, get sent home, I will neither miss their active hostility nor worry about their replacements.

    Agree. What good are RINOs in both houses? Don’t fool yourself that they will somehow support Trump. I say, to hell with the Nevertrumpers!

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  90. @Escher
    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    Do Jesus’s disciples count? They’ve been famous for a loooong time. They might still be influencing people even today.

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  91. @Brutusale
    She went too far, even for NJ Democrats. She was told to fall on her sword.

    http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2018/04/port_authority_commissioner_abruptly_resigns_in_wa.html

    Despite great provocation, the officers in this incident behaved with the utmost professionalism. The dash-cam saves the day. I’m sure the commissioner would have put a different spin on the interaction were it not for the video.

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    She needed some tasering.
    , @ThreeCranes
    You've hit the nail on the head.
    , @Clyde

    Despite great provocation, the officers in this incident behaved with the utmost professionalism. The dash-cam saves the day. I’m sure the commissioner would have put a different spin on the interaction were it not for the video.
     
    She was so lost in the moment she didn't stop to think she was being caught on video. The calm, cool, collected policeman knew the dash cam was rolling, so was probably smirking inwardly as she made a jackass of herself. "The higher the monkey climbs, the more you see its ass"
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  92. @Doug
    The biggest problem with giving your baby a "trendy" name is that it will likely fall out of favor and date them to their cohort. In 2018, Madison conjures an image of an affluent, educated, college-aged girl. In 2068, it will probably be an old lady name like Ethel.

    As per 30 Rock's advice, stick to the kings and queens of England.

    The biggest problem with giving your baby a “trendy” name is that it will likely fall out of favor and date them to their cohort. In 2018, Madison conjures an image of an affluent, educated, college-aged girl. In 2068, it will probably be an old lady name like Ethel.

    As per 30 Rock’s advice, stick to the kings and queens of England.

    Stick to the tried and the true. They never go out of date:

    Biblical names: Adam, Joseph, Eve, Elizabeth, Matthew, David, Sarah, etc

    Graeco-Roman: Alexander, Alexandra, Philip, Mark/Marcus (also doubles as a biblical name), Julia, Anthony, etc

    Traditional Anglo: Robert, Edward, William, etc

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    "Traditional Anglo: Robert, Edward, William, etc"

    O sea, Roberto, Eduardo, y Guillermo.
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  93. The Left has gone full-blown equality of outcome. To hell with understanding the reasons why certain groups are under-represented in “top jobs.” Given power, they will just appropriate these positions for their political constituents.

    They do it by worming their way into institutions of power like the Justice Department, where they demand corporations issue periodic “diversity” reports; if the numbers are not to their liking, they sue, or they sick their propaganda wing known as the media on them and shame them into submission. Corporations, unable to prove the negative (they’re not discriminating), are forced to comply and end up absorbing the cost of the unproductive and unqualified, which of course is passed along to the rest of us as higher prices.

    If this continues, in the long run the United States will be buried economically by Asian countries that don’t buy into the SJW narrative. I’m close to retirement, so I will be fine, but I worry about my two white sons and their future job prospects. My recommendation to them is to start taking courses in Mandarin.

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    We’ll be buried economically by Asians here, too.
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  94. @J.Ross
    Oh, so you fell for this ridiculous idea that Trump hasn't won unless he's won every little contest, and by the right margin?
    As I said before, Democrats are cheating, we will lose every election where we do not turn out more than they can fake, and if that's the case after all these elections decided by just enough to avoid a recount, then we deserve to lose. This going blind staring at patterns of margins is silly. I was a leftist and dutiful Democrat when George W Bush was massively unpopular and John Kerry was -- we were constantly assured -- "keeping his powder dry." They used that metaphor pretty much every day in that campaign.
    There's an obvious subtext in all the analyses of this small local election: Trump versus the UniParty, the UniParty against the People. Neither establishment party can demonstrate democratic legitimacy. All the energy was for Bernie and Trump, hostile outsiders who were promising to burn stuff down. Given that the Democrats have decided to have frequent attacks on the Constitution with excellent media coverage I am expecting them to do worse than expected overall. But if establishment Republicans, who spent their time in office back-stabbing their President and insulting their constituents, get sent home, I will neither miss their active hostility nor worry about their replacements.

    Right. A vote for any local democrat is a vote for replacing you and your children in the labor market with third world immigrants. Also, less appreciated is connection between local democrats and property taxes, which always go through the roof because they love putting bonds on your local ballot.

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    Unfortunately many Republicans are fine with replacing Americans with third world immigrants as well.
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    @Rosamond Vincy
    James Spader. Who was totally hot when he was young.

    James Spader. Who was totally hot when he was young.

    Agree.

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  96. @Almost Missouri
    Yeah, this immediately reminded me of the donor name comparison too. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if the NYT didn't get the idea for this article from reading iSteve and thinking, dammit, that hurt, so we must use this technique against them! Of course, the NYT version is hamfisted, flawed, not very revealing, and heavily promoted. The iSteve version was subtle, valid, illuminating and almost completely ignored. Or, in other words, Tuesday.

    One problem with Noticing is that the targets may sincerely vow to “do better” and and the diversity idiocy gets even worse.

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  97. I am surprised you have not commented on the 50 year anniversary of the Enoch Powell speech in England on immigration, a speech commonly referred to by “rivers of blood.”

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    B.B.B. it was already on unz (via VDare) here, by John Derbyshire.
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  98. Anonymous[264] • Disclaimer says:
    @szopen
    In the meantime maybe will make an analysis why Congress passing a law allowing USA to support Jewish oganization demanding money from other countries is a good thing (Polish stance is taht if Jewish citizens died in Holocaust without leaving heirts, then their property belongs to the state. Jewish organizations think that if some random Jewish guy died in Holocaust, his property should belong to some Jewish organization from New York).

    Can descendants of Southerners who lost property as a result of the Civil War claim it?

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    Well, that is a very good question. Robert E. Lee springs to mind, whose home was taken from him, having had the spiteful Yankees designate the land for use as a burial ground. Rather slimy.

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

    Story to be found in this article, kind of cleaned up because "Confederates"! So, first they steal the family's land (later "paying" for it after its value had been flat out stolen through prior Federal action...), and a century and a half later, the SJWs tear down Confederate statues. I sense a pattern of vindictiveness here; time has given us some level of "truth" (not about the Yankees, of course), so where is the vaunted "reconciliation"? Nowhere to be seen. (The South African Boers have, of late, had this reality brought home to them in an epic bait and switch.)

    There is a lesson here, and one not far to seek. Know your enemy, and never forget that they remain your enemy forever, even when you have been given to believe that the past will remain the past. Not in their book, because they want their boot stamping on your face forever.
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    @Almost Missouri
    Heh, yeah I agree, but "no one thinks of winter when the grass is green." And is there any grass greener than a new baby girl? The tight age-name cohorts for girls have been a thing for a long time.

    I will commend "Ælfwynn" and "Æthelred" to my children ...

    ... if for no other reason than to see the Æ ligatures wreak havoc with the surveillance state.

    I will commend “Ælfwynn” and “Æthelred” to my children …

    Godfrey Ælfwick #wrongskin

    https://mobile.twitter.com/realelfwick?lang=en

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  100. Where John’s are outnumbered by working women, prices go down!
    Where John’s outnumber working women, prices go up!

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    It took seventy-one comments to notice the most noticeable thing.
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  101. @syonredux

    The biggest problem with giving your baby a “trendy” name is that it will likely fall out of favor and date them to their cohort. In 2018, Madison conjures an image of an affluent, educated, college-aged girl. In 2068, it will probably be an old lady name like Ethel.

    As per 30 Rock’s advice, stick to the kings and queens of England.
     
    Stick to the tried and the true. They never go out of date:

    Biblical names: Adam, Joseph, Eve, Elizabeth, Matthew, David, Sarah, etc

    Graeco-Roman: Alexander, Alexandra, Philip, Mark/Marcus (also doubles as a biblical name), Julia, Anthony, etc

    Traditional Anglo: Robert, Edward, William, etc

    “Traditional Anglo: Robert, Edward, William, etc”

    O sea, Roberto, Eduardo, y Guillermo.

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    “Traditional Anglo: Robert, Edward, William, etc”

    O sea, Roberto, Eduardo, y Guillermo.
     
    By definition, someone named Roberto, or Eduardo, or Guillermo cannot be Anglo.
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  102. Junipero is a pretty cool name too!

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  103. @Harry Baldwin
    Despite great provocation, the officers in this incident behaved with the utmost professionalism. The dash-cam saves the day. I'm sure the commissioner would have put a different spin on the interaction were it not for the video.

    She needed some tasering.

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  104. 5 .2 million American men named John, and 21 of Fortune 500 CEOs….5.8 million Jews and 115 are CEOs of Fortune 500 companies….how many of the 21 Johns are Jewish ?

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  105. @Harry Baldwin
    Despite great provocation, the officers in this incident behaved with the utmost professionalism. The dash-cam saves the day. I'm sure the commissioner would have put a different spin on the interaction were it not for the video.

    You’ve hit the nail on the head.

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  106. @Doug
    Jewish given names tend to be "stickier" than gentiles. Jewish tradition is to only use the names of dead relatives. Baby's more likely to be named after great-grandfather rattan than father or grandfather. So, the corpus of names tend to turn over slower on a generational basis.

    Plus Jews, like all upper-class whites, tend to have kids later in life. So the time in between generations is extended.

    “Jewish tradition is to only use the names of dead relatives. Baby’s more likely to be named after great-grandfather rattan than father or grandfather.”

    So, where are all the young Jewish Sidneys, Stanleys, Seymours and Mortimers?

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    “Jewish tradition is to only use the names of dead relatives. Baby’s more likely to be named after great-grandfather rattan than father or grandfather.”

    So, where are all the young Jewish Sidneys, Stanleys, Seymours and Mortimers?
     
    Jewish tradition in the U.S. is to use names that start with the same letter as the dead relative. The Sidneys, Stanleys, Seymours and Mortimers born to Ellis Island immigrants have grandsons named Stephen, Scott, Seth, and Michael.
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  107. @Twinkie
    You know what country has unbearable whiteness?
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/global-opinions/wp/2018/04/24/over-policing-in-black-communities-is-a-canadian-crisis-too/

    police killings disproportionately impact black communities, particularly in Toronto, where black people make up 8.3 percent of the population but 36.5 percent of police fatalities.
     
    Must be that unbearable white racism. Must be. What other explanation could there be?

    The writer refers to over-policing–but what’s the violent crime rate in black communities? What’s the crime rate among blacks?

    Is it possible–or even considered–that those data might be similarly disproportionate? The proffered statement on cannabis arrests is a distraction.

    Anecdote and assertion simply fuels an activist agenda. The WaPo is a rag.

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    The article certainly begs some questions, to say the least, eh?
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  108. What a totally superficial abouse of statistical analysis. This is on the level of “women’s income is 74% of men’s,” with no controls for occupations and experience.

    The article refers to “sufficient qualified women to fill positions” What does that mean? Equivalt expersience and demonstrated performance?

    Also mentions that “the pipeline is not filled.” Show those statistics.

    A serious analysis would have compared occupations and numbers of selected classes, their years in the fields, and how long executives ] were in the field before being elevated to the top.

    What’s next? Executive status vs. eye color? Oh, wait – that’s likely to have a strong genetic component and would be far too revealing…

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  109. @Almost Missouri
    I looked at a long history of US baby names some time ago. As I recall, the boy names seemed to rise and fall over 20-50 years and then usually cycle back to an old name returning to favor. By contrast, the girl name sine wave was much shorter, maybe 5-20 years. Since the 1990s or so there were a lot of new girl name coinages like "Madison". The current crop is usual for being mostly "classic" names, except for "Harper", which I assume is homage to our patron saint of the Numinous Negro and the WWC Devil.

    The lack of new coinages is kind of encouraging. Maybe among people who reproduce, they are reacting against the loony transgenderism. Or maybe we are finally outgrowing the insane "feminist" girls-need-to-be-more-like-boys fallacy.

    I actually prefer those newfangled names to Biblical names. Let Jews name their kids from the Old Testament, and Europeans name their kids after European stuff.

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  110. Trump has been a disaster. He got the pussy hat angry, also NAMs and sucks and that’s easy 58% of voters.

    Meanwhile he’s cucked out on borders, refugees, guns to the point where Feinstein cackles. No one on our side turns out. Everyone on theirs does and they are now planning a final solution to the deplorable problem.

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  111. Ok Steve, two weeks in a row with no Taki’s article. What’s up?

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    Apparently, Steve is accommodating the commenter who complains bitterly about having to click on a link to get to his Taki's columns.
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  112. @Doug
    The biggest problem with giving your baby a "trendy" name is that it will likely fall out of favor and date them to their cohort. In 2018, Madison conjures an image of an affluent, educated, college-aged girl. In 2068, it will probably be an old lady name like Ethel.

    As per 30 Rock's advice, stick to the kings and queens of England.

    Madison brings to mind a redneck (but not poor) name around here. Affluent people give their kids more classic names.

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  113. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    A Jew’s Easter Sunday ruined by some NJ troopers?? Maybe Amy Schumer can work that up into a routine.

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  114. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    Thanks. That video was a treat. I suppose the officers knew they had the camera going, but even so, they were just perfect. I see now why I would never have succeeded in politics.

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  115. Things have changed.

    Everybody used to be named Bob.

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  116. @Clyde
    8 p.m.

    Republican Debbie Lesko has won the special election in Arizona's 8th Congressional District, keeping the U.S. House seat in GOP control.

    The former state senator on Tuesday defeated Hiral Tipirneni, a former emergency room physician. Tipernini had hoped to replicate surprising Democratic wins in Pennsylvania, Alabama and other states in a year where opposition to President Donald Trump's policies have boosted the party's chances in Republican strongholds.

    Hiral Tipirneni, a former emergency room physician.

    Who owes it all to Jews in Cleveland, sounds like.

    Dr. Hiral Tipirneni has dedicated her life to serving her community, solving problems, and improving lives. She’s served the Phoenix area for more than 20 years as an emergency room physician, cancer research advocate and, most recently, on the board of directors of the Maricopa Health Foundation, which supports the county’s public health care delivery system.

    Hiral came to America from India with her family at the age of three. Her parents were seeking the American dream because they knew the United States was a place where, if you worked hard and lived by the rules of democracy, you could be successful no matter where you came from.

    Her family struggled at first, but Hiral’s father eventually secured a job in his field of structural engineering in Ohio, where she and her brother were raised in a working-class suburb of Cleveland. Hiral’s mother, a social worker, was the director of a downtown Cleveland senior center and initiated its Meals on Wheels program.

    I liked

    they knew the United States was a place where, if you worked hard and lived by the rules of democracy,

    Not a republic, mind you, a nation-state where demographic might makes political right. Which is to say left.

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  117. @Almost Missouri
    Heh, yeah I agree, but "no one thinks of winter when the grass is green." And is there any grass greener than a new baby girl? The tight age-name cohorts for girls have been a thing for a long time.

    I will commend "Ælfwynn" and "Æthelred" to my children ...

    ... if for no other reason than to see the Æ ligatures wreak havoc with the surveillance state.

    If blacks can mung up their names with random punctuation, no reason you can’t use ancient ancestral diphthongs.

    If you have five kids you can name them in alignment with the GVS.

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  118. Is it part of the Zeroth Amendment that the President has to explain to a federal judge why he wants to rescind an executive order? And do executive orders become law if the judge says so.

    At this point, the rot is so bad that only a fired-up populace, by way of a cleaned-out and shaped-up Congress, can fix the judiciary. The way is clear, but the will is not evident.

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  119. @Lugash
    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/24/us/daca-dreamers-trump.html

    Judge John D. Bates of Federal District Court for the District of Columbia said that the administration’s decision to terminate the program, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, was based on the “virtually unexplained” grounds that the program was “unlawful.”
     
    Is it part of the Zeroth Amendment that the President has to explain to a federal judge why he wants to rescind an executive order? And do executive orders become law if the judge says so.

    I initially thought that was a satire. Now I am just angry and flabbergasted. The last shred of the rule of law appears to be vanishing.

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  120. @syonredux
    Interesting. The article linked back to the most popular US bay names in 2016:


    1 Noah emma


    2 Liam Olivia
    3 William Ava
    4 Mason Sophia
    5 James Isabella
    6 Benjamin Mia
    7 Jacob Charlotte
    8 Michael Abigail
    9 Elijah Emily
    10 Ethan Harper

    https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/


    Leaving aside the faddish Liam and Mason, the boys' names are very conservative, mostly Biblical plus one Germanic (William). The girls' names, in contrast, seem quite of the moment.

    The whole last-name first name trend is tailing off then, thankfully. I am really sick of that. Liam is just the last part of William, which is one of those things I was clueless about until someone pointed it out to me a few months back. Liam used to be just for skinny British guys who were in bands that were supposed to surpass the Beatles … that shit never pans out anyway.

    Contrary to what A.M. wrote below, I think that the girl’s naming cycles have an 80-year wavelength, not a short one. I’ve run into little ones named Sylvia now. Who’s the last Sylvia you’ve met who doesn’t walk with a cane? (Not to mention Sylvia’s mother* who must be gumming down her creamed corn, as we speak, at the early bird special.)

    It’s kind of neat really, as it makes you realize that the old lady Sylvia used to actually be a cute little kindergartener one day long ago.

    * Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show

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    The whole last-name first name trend is tailing off then, thankfully. I am really sick of that. Liam is just the last part of William,
     
    My policy: Name your kid William and use Liam as his nickname.
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  121. I don’t think this article would have been in the Times in the summer and fall of 2004. Why do I say that? Well, what was in the news then…?…..

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  123. @Brutusale
    She went too far, even for NJ Democrats. She was told to fall on her sword.

    http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2018/04/port_authority_commissioner_abruptly_resigns_in_wa.html

    All she had to do was use a bit of honey, a lot less vinegar, and be a bit less gauche and obvious about her name-dropping and attempts at influence. For her bragging about being a lawyer, she seemed kinda clueless (unless that’s just how it’s done in Jersey).

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    "All she[Caren Z. Turner] had to do was use a bit of honey, a lot less vinegar, and be a bit less gauche and obvious about her name-dropping and attempts at influence."

    It is the nature of the beast that she was incapable of doing and being those perfectly civil and reasonable things.
    , @Achmed E. Newman
    From what I saw on the video she's got the personality of a lawyer alright. Besides the corporate or real-estate ones, all of the lawyers I've known well enough to know I don't want to know them any better seem kinda screwed up in the head. It may be a chicken/egg thing though - does law school produce people that are screwed up in the head, or do people that are screwed up in the head pick law school most (well 2nd to majoring in psychology)?

    Oh, congrats on the Java, Svigor, and welcome to Century XXI!
    , @njguy73

    All she had to do was use a bit of honey, a lot less vinegar, and be a bit less gauche and obvious about her name-dropping and attempts at influence.
     
    We're the Soprano State. I didn't make up that term. These two guys did:

    https://www.amazon.com/Soprano-State-Jerseys-Culture-Corruption/dp/031260257X
    , @Forbes

    unless that’s just how it’s done in Jersey
     
    That's pretty close to the mark, for New Jersey. Ms. Turner is embodied with an entitlement mentality that is all too typical--the subtle finesse of a Caterpillar bulldozer.

    It's plain as day that any attempt at influencing a cop (to show discretion) will come via good humor, good attitude, pleasantries, an expression of graciousness, and an appreciation of the cop's patience. The madam's gold shield, as an official of the PANYNJ, is only going to have an effect on a PA police officer--and even then, he's likely to respond that she should expect him to carry out his sworn duties, to do otherwise could be seen as misconduct. Officers today are trained for prevention of every sort of corruption and compromise.

    They take the job for a paycheck and a pension--why jeopardize that...
    , @Brutusale
    It's a Northeast Jew thing. The most obnoxious yenta I know eschews lawyer for attorney. To which I always reply with shyster, because most of the are full of shit.
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  124. @Almost Missouri
    I meant to say "the current crop is unusual", but maybe that's not really true anyhow.

    Other name lore: for some reason, in the early 1990s, the name "Hillary" completely fell off the baby name radar and never reappeared. Even Dems don't really like her, apparently.

    I did chance to meet a rare Hillary born mid-1990s once. And yes, her mother was a ravening liberal.

    … for some reason, in the early 1990s, the name “Hillary” completely fell off the baby name radar and never reappeared.

    That IS weird. I wonder why …. ? I guess mountain climbing is losing its popularity?

    Could it be that no parent wants to name his kid after …

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    (wait for it!)

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  125. @syonredux

    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    I’m related by marriage to a Jewish “James.” I think Ya’kov is the Hebrew equivalent.
     

    James is the (Vulgar/Later Latin) form of the Hebrew name Yaʻaqov (known as Jacob in its earlier Latin form).[1] The name James came into the English language from the Old French variation James[2] of the late Latin name Iacomus. This was a Vulgar/Later Latin (proto-Romance) variant of the earlier Latin form Iacobus, from the New Testament Greek Ἰάκωβος (Iákōbos), from Hebrew יעקב (Yaʻaqov) (Jacob). The development Iacobus > Iacomus is likely a result of nasalization of the o and assimilation of the following b (i.e., intermediate *Iacombus) followed by simplification of the cluster mb through loss of the b. Diminutives include Jamie, Jim, Jimmy, Jimmie, Jimbo, Jimothy, and others.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_(name)

    Fascinating and quite a coincidence. I one had a very wealthy Jewish couple as students in my Spanish class. Their son was named James. Dad wanted to know the Spanish translation for James. The most common is Jaime. (Jaimito being the diminutive form)

    Jaime is pronounced Hymie in Spanish. He really got hot collared triggered and was a real prick about that on the level of that former NJ/NY Ports Authority Directrix of Ethics.

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    , @Rosamond Vincy
    Diego and Iago used to be more common: San Diego, Santiago de Compostela.

    James is also Giacomo in Italian, Jacques in French (informal French version of "Jack" is actually "Jean").
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  126. @Jim Bob Lassiter
    Fascinating and quite a coincidence. I one had a very wealthy Jewish couple as students in my Spanish class. Their son was named James. Dad wanted to know the Spanish translation for James. The most common is Jaime. (Jaimito being the diminutive form)

    Jaime is pronounced Hymie in Spanish. He really got hot collared triggered and was a real prick about that on the level of that former NJ/NY Ports Authority Directrix of Ethics.

    Wait till he sees the South American diminutive for Enrique.

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    QuiQue really won't trigger on either sight or utterance, but I see what you're whistlin' at you sly dog.
    , @Jim Don Bob
    Which is?
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  127. @Mishra

    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”
     
    Am not so understanding this well. Is John a common name for Women in your country?

    Thank you for your kind reply.

    Well, you know, they have been cutting back on editors at The Paper of Record. So this sort of clumsy, even nonsensical, stuff has a way of creeping in.

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    Or possibly a slow day at the offices of The Gray Hag.
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  128. Anonymous[694] • Disclaimer says:

    100 posts, without anyone pointing out that this is hardly news, it’s always been this way since the beginning of time? How can this be?

    I mean… it’s common knowledge that Johns have always outnumbered the women in the oldest profession.

    I had to double-check that this article wasn’t posted a few weeks ago.

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  129. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    And the list of grievances compiled by the Coalition of The Fringes goes on…and on…and on…and on…and…etc.etc.etc.

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  130. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:
    @JerseyJeffersonian
    Well, you know, they have been cutting back on editors at The Paper of Record. So this sort of clumsy, even nonsensical, stuff has a way of creeping in.

    Or possibly a slow day at the offices of The Gray Hag.

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  131. @Anonymous
    Can descendants of Southerners who lost property as a result of the Civil War claim it?

    Well, that is a very good question. Robert E. Lee springs to mind, whose home was taken from him, having had the spiteful Yankees designate the land for use as a burial ground. Rather slimy.

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

    Story to be found in this article, kind of cleaned up because “Confederates”! So, first they steal the family’s land (later “paying” for it after its value had been flat out stolen through prior Federal action…), and a century and a half later, the SJWs tear down Confederate statues. I sense a pattern of vindictiveness here; time has given us some level of “truth” (not about the Yankees, of course), so where is the vaunted “reconciliation”? Nowhere to be seen. (The South African Boers have, of late, had this reality brought home to them in an epic bait and switch.)

    There is a lesson here, and one not far to seek. Know your enemy, and never forget that they remain your enemy forever, even when you have been given to believe that the past will remain the past. Not in their book, because they want their boot stamping on your face forever.

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  132. @Jim Bob Lassiter
    Fascinating and quite a coincidence. I one had a very wealthy Jewish couple as students in my Spanish class. Their son was named James. Dad wanted to know the Spanish translation for James. The most common is Jaime. (Jaimito being the diminutive form)

    Jaime is pronounced Hymie in Spanish. He really got hot collared triggered and was a real prick about that on the level of that former NJ/NY Ports Authority Directrix of Ethics.

    Diego and Iago used to be more common: San Diego, Santiago de Compostela.

    James is also Giacomo in Italian, Jacques in French (informal French version of “Jack” is actually “Jean”).

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  133. @Ed
    Republicans need to turn out or it’ll be a wipe out. Also women that have in the past voted for republicans are switching. Issue is Trump’s vanity. Women tend to be more sensitive to news coverage tone and with Trump in the news everyday, loudly and negatively, that has had an impact.

    Trump does best when he goes dark.

    I interpret every news story as: How can we manipulate white women to vote against their interests, the interests of their families and the interests of the country this time!

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  134. @Svigor
    All she had to do was use a bit of honey, a lot less vinegar, and be a bit less gauche and obvious about her name-dropping and attempts at influence. For her bragging about being a lawyer, she seemed kinda clueless (unless that's just how it's done in Jersey).

    “All she[Caren Z. Turner] had to do was use a bit of honey, a lot less vinegar, and be a bit less gauche and obvious about her name-dropping and attempts at influence.”

    It is the nature of the beast that she was incapable of doing and being those perfectly civil and reasonable things.

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  135. @M_Young
    Where John's are outnumbered by working women, prices go down!
    Where John's outnumber working women, prices go up!

    It took seventy-one comments to notice the most noticeable thing.

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  136. John Yaʻaqov Jingleheimer Schmidt; his name is my name too…

    Around last summer, I was listening to an NPR radio discussion with Claire Cain Miller about raising boys to be feminists–and of course she’s an expert on gender roles and child development– and then she was asked about her own children and I sort of simultaneously chuckled and cringed when she said that she had an infant son… (At least I think that’s what she said).

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  137. Kylie: agree.

    redneck (but not poor)

    AKA “high cracker.”

    A Jew’s Easter Sunday ruined by some NJ troopers?? Maybe Amy Schumer can work that up into a routine.

    Yeah; like no shabbos goy ever did any pro bono work?

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  138. @ThreeCranes
    This video perfectly captures why Jews dominate so many of our higher institutions. Who would want to work and live around obnoxious people like her? No normal person would want to spend their lives dealing with that kind of energy.

    When I lived in Scarsdale I witnessed this sort of drama every day, even at the meat counter in the grocery store. Third-world type bargaining with implied privilege that allows exceptions to ordinary behavior and law. I couldn't get away fast enough.

    If going to an Ivy League school meant dealing with Jews like her and her PhD-candidate offspring, it wouldn't be worth it.

    Learned that working in NYC. Your first sentence needs to be emphasized. This is EXACTLY how they wind up taking over any organization. Before the ethnic networking, they have to drive out the goyim so as to open up the slot to fill with Landsmanner.

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  139. @Lugash
    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/24/us/daca-dreamers-trump.html

    Judge John D. Bates of Federal District Court for the District of Columbia said that the administration’s decision to terminate the program, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, was based on the “virtually unexplained” grounds that the program was “unlawful.”
     
    Is it part of the Zeroth Amendment that the President has to explain to a federal judge why he wants to rescind an executive order? And do executive orders become law if the judge says so.

    Justice Kennedy was always going to be the guy to decide the issue.

    If Trump were a competent nationalist, his immigration executive orders would have been designed from the start to be as aggressive as Kennedy would likely permit, and a Kennedy charm and suck-up campaign would have been launched the moment Trump won the election. Are Trump’s people regularly talking with Kennedy about who’d make good circuit court judges? Hiring his former clerks for top DOJ and WH Counsel positions? Thinking of a good federal building to bear his name? And a milder version of this type of campaign is needed for Roberts who is possibly squishy on the issue.

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  140. @J.Ross
    Wait till he sees the South American diminutive for Enrique.

    QuiQue really won’t trigger on either sight or utterance, but I see what you’re whistlin’ at you sly dog.

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  141. @Svigor
    All she had to do was use a bit of honey, a lot less vinegar, and be a bit less gauche and obvious about her name-dropping and attempts at influence. For her bragging about being a lawyer, she seemed kinda clueless (unless that's just how it's done in Jersey).

    From what I saw on the video she’s got the personality of a lawyer alright. Besides the corporate or real-estate ones, all of the lawyers I’ve known well enough to know I don’t want to know them any better seem kinda screwed up in the head. It may be a chicken/egg thing though – does law school produce people that are screwed up in the head, or do people that are screwed up in the head pick law school most (well 2nd to majoring in psychology)?

    Oh, congrats on the Java, Svigor, and welcome to Century XXI!

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    Who knew that PATH had an Ethics committee? And she is perfect!
    , @Thea
    There was a concerted effort beginning in the 60sto get as many radicals through law school as possible.
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  142. @Buck Turgidson
    They should have tasered her just for the fun of it

    I’d have enjoyed that as a viewer, and as a taxpayer!

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  143. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    She was meeting them to discuss the real estate deal of their lives!

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  144. @Clyde
    NY Times top comments as rated by readers (readers picks) are arguing against this anti-white male article.
    Here is one

    woodyrd Colorado 12 hours ago
    Did you notice there are no women of color among your executives? Undoubtedly, this is because white women won't let them in. As a result, there are more white women executives named Mary than all black women executives combined. Pretty soon, that will be replaced by Olivias.
    Further proof that white women are racists, I suppose?

    top one is

    JP NYC 12 hours ago
    Frankly the companies releasing top grossing movies or companies that are in the Fortune 500, shouldn't be worrying about diversity. They should be worrying about results. If these executives were NOT producing or the directors were releasing box office bombs and these companies still kept the exact same white man as a CEO or director, that would be discrimination.

    Don't hate on people who are good at what they do. Are you really going to suggest that these companies should go out and hire Marissa Mayer or Elizabeth Holmes? There are many talented women out there, but did the NYT do the work to establish that the pool of talent is equal or greater in size? How many MBAs from the top-10 schools (Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, Yale, Princeton, etc) have gone to women over the last 30 years? How many female executives with any title of VP or greater are there in the workforce versus how many men? What percentage of female leaders have left the workforce at least temporarily to raise children?

    These are the type of questions that should be asked as part of a serious journalistic investigation instead of this crass "Gotcha" journalism. Do better NYT.

    OT>>>> For some real business world fun check out Billions on Showtime. Skip these NYT party poopers.

    “serious journalistic investigation”

    I literally did laugh out load at that bit of text………this article is not about journalism or even written by a journalist. These articles are about virtue signaling and bashing white man as some kind of evil parasite trying to be cruel to anyone who doesn’t look like them. It’s as if white men have some secret club with a secret handshake and we sit around all day trying to figure out how to keep woman and people of color “in their place”. AND it seems that the NYT writes the same article everyday.

    It’s disgusting.

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  145. @slumber_j

    [S]tick to the kings and queens of England.
     
    That's right, or saints at the very least. While the thought of reviving Juthwara for example tempted me for reasons of sheer pigheaded perversity, we settled on Jane for the girl. For the boy, Edward.

    I missed out on Amos Moses just by a few days. We already had the birth certificate when that Jerry Reed song come back into my head. Damn!

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  146. @Harry Baldwin
    Despite great provocation, the officers in this incident behaved with the utmost professionalism. The dash-cam saves the day. I'm sure the commissioner would have put a different spin on the interaction were it not for the video.

    Despite great provocation, the officers in this incident behaved with the utmost professionalism. The dash-cam saves the day. I’m sure the commissioner would have put a different spin on the interaction were it not for the video.

    She was so lost in the moment she didn’t stop to think she was being caught on video. The calm, cool, collected policeman knew the dash cam was rolling, so was probably smirking inwardly as she made a jackass of herself. “The higher the monkey climbs, the more you see its ass”

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  147. @B.B.B.
    I am surprised you have not commented on the 50 year anniversary of the Enoch Powell speech in England on immigration, a speech commonly referred to by "rivers of blood."

    B.B.B. it was already on unz (via VDare) here, by John Derbyshire.

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  148. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    If she’d a been black, they’d a shot her! #jewishprivilege

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  149. @M_Young
    "Traditional Anglo: Robert, Edward, William, etc"

    O sea, Roberto, Eduardo, y Guillermo.

    “Traditional Anglo: Robert, Edward, William, etc”

    O sea, Roberto, Eduardo, y Guillermo.

    By definition, someone named Roberto, or Eduardo, or Guillermo cannot be Anglo.

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  150. @Achmed E. Newman
    The whole last-name first name trend is tailing off then, thankfully. I am really sick of that. Liam is just the last part of William, which is one of those things I was clueless about until someone pointed it out to me a few months back. Liam used to be just for skinny British guys who were in bands that were supposed to surpass the Beatles ... that shit never pans out anyway.

    Contrary to what A.M. wrote below, I think that the girl's naming cycles have an 80-year wavelength, not a short one. I've run into little ones named Sylvia now. Who's the last Sylvia you've met who doesn't walk with a cane? (Not to mention Sylvia's mother* who must be gumming down her creamed corn, as we speak, at the early bird special.)

    It's kind of neat really, as it makes you realize that the old lady Sylvia used to actually be a cute little kindergartener one day long ago.

    * Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show

    The whole last-name first name trend is tailing off then, thankfully. I am really sick of that. Liam is just the last part of William,

    My policy: Name your kid William and use Liam as his nickname.

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  151. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    Bravo! That wanna-be feudal diva gave an outrageous performance, but those officers handled her in an exemplary way –a perfect example to be used in future police training. She should be charged with trying to intimidate a police officer and relieved of any and all public offices or legal and educational positions (other than of course her starring role in that video!). Shocking behavior, but probably all too common.

    Amazingly, I actually had an alleged “heart surgeon” try to pull the “Do you know who I am?” routine with me over some little thing when I was working in tourism. It’s amazing how petty and grasping some of the big shots can actually be. But it also must work to some extent. The sad truth is that the squeaky wheel often gets the grease and sharp elbows will clear a path among those with less resolve.

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  152. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    A nice companion piece.

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    That was another recent incident I was trying to remember... Good call.
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  153. @DWright
    Ok Steve, two weeks in a row with no Taki's article. What's up?

    Apparently, Steve is accommodating the commenter who complains bitterly about having to click on a link to get to his Taki’s columns.

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    Steve is nothing if not commenter-friendly, but that's going to far. We're gonna have to make it up in donations, cause that fuckin' guy? Criminy!

    ;-}
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  154. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    Now, we realize that the main failure of Jews was moving to white nations with too many Johns.

    They should have moved to a nation where they can work for nice guys named Jacob.

    https://www.sde.co.ke/article/2001278184/jacob-zuma-s-seventh-bride-forced-to-resign-following-revelation-of-affair

    So. Jews need to stop complaining and pack up and emigrate to Africa. If immigration is good, keep moving. Don’t just hang around NY, LA. or SF.

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  155. @BB753
    "Jewish tradition is to only use the names of dead relatives. Baby’s more likely to be named after great-grandfather rattan than father or grandfather."

    So, where are all the young Jewish Sidneys, Stanleys, Seymours and Mortimers?

    “Jewish tradition is to only use the names of dead relatives. Baby’s more likely to be named after great-grandfather rattan than father or grandfather.”

    So, where are all the young Jewish Sidneys, Stanleys, Seymours and Mortimers?

    Jewish tradition in the U.S. is to use names that start with the same letter as the dead relative. The Sidneys, Stanleys, Seymours and Mortimers born to Ellis Island immigrants have grandsons named Stephen, Scott, Seth, and Michael.

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    Using the same initial letter is not quite the same thing as naming the grandsons after their grandfathers. But maybe I'm missing something, not being Jewish.
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  156. @Svigor
    All she had to do was use a bit of honey, a lot less vinegar, and be a bit less gauche and obvious about her name-dropping and attempts at influence. For her bragging about being a lawyer, she seemed kinda clueless (unless that's just how it's done in Jersey).

    All she had to do was use a bit of honey, a lot less vinegar, and be a bit less gauche and obvious about her name-dropping and attempts at influence.

    We’re the Soprano State. I didn’t make up that term. These two guys did:

    https://www.amazon.com/Soprano-State-Jerseys-Culture-Corruption/dp/031260257X

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  157. You’re just trolling us now right. No newspaper would waste print or pixels on bs like this.

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  158. @Svigor
    All she had to do was use a bit of honey, a lot less vinegar, and be a bit less gauche and obvious about her name-dropping and attempts at influence. For her bragging about being a lawyer, she seemed kinda clueless (unless that's just how it's done in Jersey).

    unless that’s just how it’s done in Jersey

    That’s pretty close to the mark, for New Jersey. Ms. Turner is embodied with an entitlement mentality that is all too typical–the subtle finesse of a Caterpillar bulldozer.

    It’s plain as day that any attempt at influencing a cop (to show discretion) will come via good humor, good attitude, pleasantries, an expression of graciousness, and an appreciation of the cop’s patience. The madam’s gold shield, as an official of the PANYNJ, is only going to have an effect on a PA police officer–and even then, he’s likely to respond that she should expect him to carry out his sworn duties, to do otherwise could be seen as misconduct. Officers today are trained for prevention of every sort of corruption and compromise.

    They take the job for a paycheck and a pension–why jeopardize that…

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    Officers today are trained for prevention of every sort of corruption and compromise.
     
    This is NJ. Corruption is how we roll. Stupidity, though ... not so much-- at least, it's harder to get away with.
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  159. Check out the whiteness of the NY Times Board of Directors.

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  160. @njguy73

    “Jewish tradition is to only use the names of dead relatives. Baby’s more likely to be named after great-grandfather rattan than father or grandfather.”

    So, where are all the young Jewish Sidneys, Stanleys, Seymours and Mortimers?
     
    Jewish tradition in the U.S. is to use names that start with the same letter as the dead relative. The Sidneys, Stanleys, Seymours and Mortimers born to Ellis Island immigrants have grandsons named Stephen, Scott, Seth, and Michael.

    Using the same initial letter is not quite the same thing as naming the grandsons after their grandfathers. But maybe I’m missing something, not being Jewish.

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    It's not the same thing at all. Ashkenazic Jews, of which I am one, do not name their children after living relatives (Sephardic ones sometimes do.) But even dead relatives are not honored with the exacct name, but rather with something similar.

    The name given to the child is not always identical to that of the deceased; it is often changed to reflect the popular names of the time, but usually retains the sound or at least the first initial. For example, a grandmother named Elsie might be remembered through a granddaughter named Elizabeth or Kelsey. A grandfather named Leopold might be remembered through a grandson named Leonard or Lawrence.
     
    http://www.jewfaq.org/jnames.htm
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  161. @Malcolm X-Lax
    A nice companion piece.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yo_od4JPzE

    That was another recent incident I was trying to remember… Good call.

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  162. @syonredux
    Interesting. The article linked back to the most popular US bay names in 2016:


    1 Noah emma


    2 Liam Olivia
    3 William Ava
    4 Mason Sophia
    5 James Isabella
    6 Benjamin Mia
    7 Jacob Charlotte
    8 Michael Abigail
    9 Elijah Emily
    10 Ethan Harper

    https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/


    Leaving aside the faddish Liam and Mason, the boys' names are very conservative, mostly Biblical plus one Germanic (William). The girls' names, in contrast, seem quite of the moment.

    Leaving aside the faddish Liam and Mason, the boys’ names are very conservative, mostly Biblical plus one Germanic (William). The girls’ names, in contrast, seem quite of the moment.

    Agree and disagree.

    Generally the girl names have higher “fan out”. They have more names in the traditional inventory, but fewer–excepting Mary–that continuously had a very high hit rate.

    Agree that the male names are more solid and conservative. But what i see here is a decline in the traditional American heavyweight male names:
    John/Jack, James, Robert, William, Richard, Michael, Matthew, Steven, George, Charles, David, Daniel, maybe a few others. William, James and Michael are definitely on that heavyweight train. But most of these current male names are ones that were 2nd, or more like 3rd tier. (I knew not a single Noah growing up and have never met a baby-boomer Noah.)

    Agree that the female side is less traditional, more trendy–mostly 2nd and 3rd tier–but that’s more typical for the girls. There really weren’t many female names that were continuously widely used. But except for the stupid Harper and faddish Mia, the list looks like some very traditional names. Ok Ava would be 4th tier but for Ava Gardner. But a bunch of these names wouldn’t strike Jane Austen or the Bronte sisters as odd at all.

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    White Americans aren't too bad at picking out names for their babies. There are various fads, but they follow reasonable patterns of stability with variation.
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  163. @Calvin X Hobbes

    Is it part of the Zeroth Amendment that the President has to explain to a federal judge why he wants to rescind an executive order? And do executive orders become law if the judge says so.
     
    And the cherry on top is that it was an unconstitutional executive order to begin with.

    What are the leftists thinking? That they'll always be the ones who can decide what the rules are and what the laws mean, based on their current whims? That the future will be mob rule by leftist mobs, and that it will be fun for them?

    This will not end well.

    This is exactly what they are thinking. This is exactly how they think our government works. These people are law school graduates. Remember Obama freely editing how Obamacare worked after it was passed?

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  164. @Calvin X Hobbes

    Is it part of the Zeroth Amendment that the President has to explain to a federal judge why he wants to rescind an executive order? And do executive orders become law if the judge says so.
     
    And the cherry on top is that it was an unconstitutional executive order to begin with.

    What are the leftists thinking? That they'll always be the ones who can decide what the rules are and what the laws mean, based on their current whims? That the future will be mob rule by leftist mobs, and that it will be fun for them?

    This will not end well.

    I think leftists do believe that and so far they’ve been validated. The right worries about process, the left only about results. Good piece on this subject at kakistocracy: https://kakistocracyblog.wordpress.com/2018/04/17/conservatism-the-hemlock-of-conservatives/

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  165. Gotta love it. Just gotta love it.

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    Amusing counterpoint by a self-described "World-renowned wypipologist" who is also a "Last real negus alive."

    https://www.theroot.com/kanye-west-candace-owens-and-the-conservative-sunken-p-1825473389
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  166. Anonymous[977] • Disclaimer says:

    UK Vogue magazine appoints black homosexualist as editor.
    What could go wrong?

    The invitation has been hand-delivered by Her Majesty’s Minions so that Mr. UK Vogue may prance and preen at the nuptials. Odds are that someone may jump the queue or get caught out with a weapon.

    Homosexualist, that must be like criminalist or zoologist.

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  167. @BB753
    Using the same initial letter is not quite the same thing as naming the grandsons after their grandfathers. But maybe I'm missing something, not being Jewish.

    It’s not the same thing at all. Ashkenazic Jews, of which I am one, do not name their children after living relatives (Sephardic ones sometimes do.) But even dead relatives are not honored with the exacct name, but rather with something similar.

    The name given to the child is not always identical to that of the deceased; it is often changed to reflect the popular names of the time, but usually retains the sound or at least the first initial. For example, a grandmother named Elsie might be remembered through a granddaughter named Elizabeth or Kelsey. A grandfather named Leopold might be remembered through a grandson named Leonard or Lawrence.

    http://www.jewfaq.org/jnames.htm

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    I heard a joke once about a married couple one Ashkanazi on Sephardi who named a child after their very much alive mother-in-law... Can't remember exactly how it went
    , @BB753
    Is it considered a bad omen to name a baby after a dead relative? For Christians, it's not.
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  168. @Calvin X Hobbes

    Is it part of the Zeroth Amendment that the President has to explain to a federal judge why he wants to rescind an executive order? And do executive orders become law if the judge says so.
     
    And the cherry on top is that it was an unconstitutional executive order to begin with.

    What are the leftists thinking? That they'll always be the ones who can decide what the rules are and what the laws mean, based on their current whims? That the future will be mob rule by leftist mobs, and that it will be fun for them?

    This will not end well.

    “What are the leftists thinking? That they’ll always be the ones who can decide what the rules are and what the laws mean, based on their current whims? That the future will be mob rule by leftist mobs, and that it will be fun for them?”
    Living in California, I know leftists. Yes, that’s exactly what they’re thinking.

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  169. ESPN, NFL Draftscouts.com and NFL.com list the top 100 prospects for tomorrow’s NFL Draft. A check of the names reveals one James and no Johns. However among the Saquans, Minkahs, Da’Rons, Rashaads, Rasheens, Kemokos and Equanimeous (did not make that up), there were also not a lot of white boys. So, how about an NYT article about this? Also no girls. Each drafted rookie who signs with a team is guaranteed $465K his first year. Serious bread, so see Johns and James are strawmen.

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  170. @syonredux

    James Spader. Who was totally hot when he was young.
     
    James Spader isn't Jewish:

    Birth Name: James Todd Spader

    Place of Birth: Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.

    Date of Birth: February 7, 1960

    Ethnicity: English (mostly), with small amounts of Scottish, French, Dutch, German, Swiss-German, and Norwegian
     
    http://ethnicelebs.com/james-spader

    I’d read somewhere he was Jewish by background (though an atheist in practice), but it seems not. In addition to what other UNZers have turned up, a little searching found his parents’ marriage announcement. They were married by a Rev. with the very New England society name of John Groton:

    http://sippican.pastperfectonline.com/archive/343DA7F8-34DD-4CA6-9BAE-133213329185

    His portrayal of obsessive WASPs did seem uncannily perfect for someone I thought wasn’t one.

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  171. @J.Ross
    Wait till he sees the South American diminutive for Enrique.

    Which is?

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    There's a YouTube video which probably isn't there any more, of a (Chilean?) pop star concert, with his stage name in big white letters like Krusty appearing at the Apollo: four letters, and they weren't using "qu." It's huge, it's the first thing the viewer sees. I fell out of my chair.
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  172. @Achmed E. Newman
    From what I saw on the video she's got the personality of a lawyer alright. Besides the corporate or real-estate ones, all of the lawyers I've known well enough to know I don't want to know them any better seem kinda screwed up in the head. It may be a chicken/egg thing though - does law school produce people that are screwed up in the head, or do people that are screwed up in the head pick law school most (well 2nd to majoring in psychology)?

    Oh, congrats on the Java, Svigor, and welcome to Century XXI!

    Who knew that PATH had an Ethics committee? And she is perfect!

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    Yeah, that was good use of our* tax money, I guess, in this instance, but I still would like to see us* get our* money's worth out of that not insignificant taser budget. Those batteries have a memory, you know - use 'em or lose 'em.


    * I use the royal "our" and "us" here, as I never intend to be a taxpayer of New Jersey ... or a non-taxpayer, for that matter.
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  173. @Buck Turgidson
    Textbook work by the officers. The old bag needs a tasering.

    I wonder if that guy who got beat to death by the North Koreans last year had a similar attitude. Banging the table and threatening your captors may work in New York but it’s liable to backfire badly elsewhere.

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    Unlikely. When he appeared in NK court and read his statement, he fessed up to being a spy for some lady preacher at a Methodist church in his town (and her secret society) IIRC.
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  174. @Forbes
    The writer refers to over-policing--but what's the violent crime rate in black communities? What's the crime rate among blacks?

    Is it possible--or even considered--that those data might be similarly disproportionate? The proffered statement on cannabis arrests is a distraction.

    Anecdote and assertion simply fuels an activist agenda. The WaPo is a rag.

    The article certainly begs some questions, to say the least, eh?

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  175. OT>

    You know what’s not unbearably white? The new BBC series “Troy: Fall of a City” (available on Netflix). Zeus, Artemis, Athena, Achilles, Aeneas and Pandarus are all black, not to mention the melange of black and Asian extras in ancient Greece. I quit watching at around 3 episodes – I couldn’t stop laughing.

    Who says multiculturalism allows whites their own culture and heritage?

    At least it’s getting rightfully savaged on IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5103758/?ref_=nv_sr_1

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  176. @Jim Don Bob
    Which is?

    There’s a YouTube video which probably isn’t there any more, of a (Chilean?) pop star concert, with his stage name in big white letters like Krusty appearing at the Apollo: four letters, and they weren’t using “qu.” It’s huge, it’s the first thing the viewer sees. I fell out of my chair.

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  177. @Mishra

    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”
     
    Am not so understanding this well. Is John a common name for Women in your country?

    Thank you for your kind reply.

    My earlier comment about some astronomer “working on her masters for public health” didn’t pass muster with Mr. Sailer, but…yeah.

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  178. @Jim Don Bob
    Who knew that PATH had an Ethics committee? And she is perfect!

    Yeah, that was good use of our* tax money, I guess, in this instance, but I still would like to see us* get our* money’s worth out of that not insignificant taser budget. Those batteries have a memory, you know – use ‘em or lose ‘em.

    * I use the royal “our” and “us” here, as I never intend to be a taxpayer of New Jersey … or a non-taxpayer, for that matter.

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  179. @AnotherDad

    Leaving aside the faddish Liam and Mason, the boys’ names are very conservative, mostly Biblical plus one Germanic (William). The girls’ names, in contrast, seem quite of the moment.
     
    Agree and disagree.

    Generally the girl names have higher "fan out". They have more names in the traditional inventory, but fewer--excepting Mary--that continuously had a very high hit rate.

    Agree that the male names are more solid and conservative. But what i see here is a decline in the traditional American heavyweight male names:
    John/Jack, James, Robert, William, Richard, Michael, Matthew, Steven, George, Charles, David, Daniel, maybe a few others. William, James and Michael are definitely on that heavyweight train. But most of these current male names are ones that were 2nd, or more like 3rd tier. (I knew not a single Noah growing up and have never met a baby-boomer Noah.)

    Agree that the female side is less traditional, more trendy--mostly 2nd and 3rd tier--but that's more typical for the girls. There really weren't many female names that were continuously widely used. But except for the stupid Harper and faddish Mia, the list looks like some very traditional names. Ok Ava would be 4th tier but for Ava Gardner. But a bunch of these names wouldn't strike Jane Austen or the Bronte sisters as odd at all.

    White Americans aren’t too bad at picking out names for their babies. There are various fads, but they follow reasonable patterns of stability with variation.

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  180. @Harry Baldwin
    Apparently, Steve is accommodating the commenter who complains bitterly about having to click on a link to get to his Taki's columns.

    Steve is nothing if not commenter-friendly, but that’s going to far. We’re gonna have to make it up in donations, cause that fuckin’ guy? Criminy!

    ;-}

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  181. @Jenner Ickham Errican
    The nytimes.com front page currently reads:

    “In Top Jobs, There Are Almost as Many Men Named John as Women”

    Truth, please pick up the courtesy phone.

    On topic:

    A Jewish fundraiser for Hildabeast and (now former) chair of the NY/NJ Port Authority’s Governance and Ethics Committee leans in, tries to pull rank, and finds her privilege has limits:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6vlu1FRaic

    Think of that poor chump she married, Doctor Shapiro. He has to deal with this every day. Every. Single. Day. This is the downside to being a Jewish dude. Daily emasculation. You have to turn over your testicles for safekeeping.

    The upside for Doctor Shapiro is being married to a woman who will drive her children to succeed at any cost. And in due course will make sure they marry only the best.

    Twenty years ago, it took my buddy Ellen the better part of a year to pry a nice Jewish boy away from his mama (who also ruled the roost like this). Unsurprisingly, Ellen now wears the pants in her family, too.

    Six of one, half-dozen of the other.

    NB: the Port Authority was created by an interstate compact between New York and New Jersey. It has incredible bureaucratic power that both states have to submit to. Kushner’s dad was angling to become boss of the Port Authority before he was convicted.

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    One of my Jewish friends is the same. He's under the thumb of his turned-lesbian mother and her black partner, his sister, for whom he works, and his daughter. The most henpecked guy I know.

    He got some kind of private revenge, though, in naming his son. His wife got to name the daughter, and she has the name of a Disney character that seems to have been very popular 20 years ago with Jewish women. The friend gave his son the first name of his favorite baseball player and the middle name of his favorite alias, which he'd use when we were in Florida attending spring training games and frequenting the local adult entertainment joints at night.

    His "logic" was that the dancers all use aliases (Carl Hiassen riffed on this in a novel with a stripper protagonist; the club had two Moniques and were differentiated by Sr. and Jr.) so why shouldn't he!
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  182. @anon

    Mexican authorities stalled the caravan in a southern town and began handing out temporary visas that gave them legal status to travel to the border.

     

    They legally have the right to claim asylum in the US and aren't deterred by anything Trump or any government has done. Mexico is giving temporary visas that gave them legal status to travel to the border. The fact they can't be stopped is truly chilling.

    They don’t have a legal right to traverse Mexico, enter the USA and make an asylum claim here.

    Under international law (assuming Mexico has signed the various UN treaties on asylum) they have the right to make their asylum claim at the nearest “safe” country, which in this case is Mexico.

    There is no legal rightful a refugee to travel over, under or through several safe countries until she gets to the one with the best welfare system.

    Trump should simply adhere to the treaties and tell them to set up camp right there in Mexico.

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  183. @Achmed E. Newman
    From what I saw on the video she's got the personality of a lawyer alright. Besides the corporate or real-estate ones, all of the lawyers I've known well enough to know I don't want to know them any better seem kinda screwed up in the head. It may be a chicken/egg thing though - does law school produce people that are screwed up in the head, or do people that are screwed up in the head pick law school most (well 2nd to majoring in psychology)?

    Oh, congrats on the Java, Svigor, and welcome to Century XXI!

    There was a concerted effort beginning in the 60sto get as many radicals through law school as possible.

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  184. @syonredux

    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    I’m related by marriage to a Jewish “James.” I think Ya’kov is the Hebrew equivalent.
     

    James is the (Vulgar/Later Latin) form of the Hebrew name Yaʻaqov (known as Jacob in its earlier Latin form).[1] The name James came into the English language from the Old French variation James[2] of the late Latin name Iacomus. This was a Vulgar/Later Latin (proto-Romance) variant of the earlier Latin form Iacobus, from the New Testament Greek Ἰάκωβος (Iákōbos), from Hebrew יעקב (Yaʻaqov) (Jacob). The development Iacobus > Iacomus is likely a result of nasalization of the o and assimilation of the following b (i.e., intermediate *Iacombus) followed by simplification of the cluster mb through loss of the b. Diminutives include Jamie, Jim, Jimmy, Jimmie, Jimbo, Jimothy, and others.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_(name)

    Speaking of Jewish names, wherefrom (and when) did they get “Irving” and “Sheldon”? The names aren’t Yiddish, Hebrew or American.

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    American Jews around 1920 were big fans of naming their sons after English poets and Shakespearean actors.
    , @Ripple Earthdevil
    They were attempts to find English substitutes for Hebrew names. Irving was in place of Isaac or Israel, Morton instead of Mordechai, Hyman for Chaim, Sheldon for Schlomo/Solomon, etc.
    , @syonredux

    Speaking of Jewish names, wherefrom (and when) did they get “Irving” and “Sheldon”? The names aren’t Yiddish, Hebrew or American.
     
    Washington Irving.
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  185. @njguy73
    It's not the same thing at all. Ashkenazic Jews, of which I am one, do not name their children after living relatives (Sephardic ones sometimes do.) But even dead relatives are not honored with the exacct name, but rather with something similar.

    The name given to the child is not always identical to that of the deceased; it is often changed to reflect the popular names of the time, but usually retains the sound or at least the first initial. For example, a grandmother named Elsie might be remembered through a granddaughter named Elizabeth or Kelsey. A grandfather named Leopold might be remembered through a grandson named Leonard or Lawrence.
     
    http://www.jewfaq.org/jnames.htm

    I heard a joke once about a married couple one Ashkanazi on Sephardi who named a child after their very much alive mother-in-law… Can’t remember exactly how it went

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  186. @Big Bill
    Speaking of Jewish names, wherefrom (and when) did they get "Irving" and "Sheldon"? The names aren't Yiddish, Hebrew or American.

    American Jews around 1920 were big fans of naming their sons after English poets and Shakespearean actors.

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    American Jews around 1920 were big fans of naming their sons after English poets and Shakespearean actors.
     
    In the case of Irving, I tend to think that Washington Irving was a bigger influence than Sir Henry Irving.

    Interesting thing about Henry Irving. "Irving" wasn't his actual surname:


    Sir Henry Irving (6 February 1838 – 13 October 1905), born John Henry Brodribb,
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Irving

    Though Brodribb did not accept the invitation from Phelps, by 1856 he had moved to Sunderland, changed his name to Henry Irving, and looked to begin his professional career. He chose the name "Irving" from his beloved American writer Washington Irving, and kept his original middle name, Henry.
     
    http://d.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/text/howland-henry-irving

    Irving also seems to have suffered a childhood accident which left him with a dragging leg. To conquer the handicaps of gait and diction well enough to become recognised as the greatest actor of the age shows a transcendental strength of purpose, but the future Elevator of the Stage had to overcome a further impediment to his ambitions: Methodism. To assuage the family shame at his
    choice of career John Brodribb chose the stage name of Henry Irving, Henry having been added to John at his christening and Irving perhaps after Washington Irving, an author he admired, or perhaps Edward Irving, a preacher who had himself briefly trodden the boards.

     
    https://www.theirvingsociety.org.uk/henry-irving-bram-stoker-a-working-relationship/
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  187. @George
    Indian Americans force Jews to capitulate on Jewish Privilege.

    Hank Azaria on The Simpsons' Apu controversy: 'I'm willing to step aside'

    The actor, who voices the role, says he could be replaced by an Indian or south Asian actor and called for more diverse voices in the show’s writing room

    https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2018/apr/25/hank-azaria-on-the-simpsons-apu-controversy-im-willing-to-step-aside

    I think Apu's caste should be identified and only a South Asian Hindu of the correct caste should be selected so as to eliminate as much caste privilege intersectionality as possible.

    Fun fact: Azaria went to the same HS as Pres. Trump.

    An exemplary victory for them. The Simpsons has been on forever and hasn’t been funny since the last Republican presidential administration or before. Do they
    – ignore it, because it’s as relevant as Lee Iacocca in Reebok Pumps singing LaTour’s “People Are Still Having Sex, This AIDS Thing’s Not Working”?
    – make their own cartoon, which is better in every way, and stones the second bird of South Asians stereotypically not being creative?
    – whine until a quaternary character is changed?
    This is the struggle of our Trek trivia memorizing times. See also the Star Wars sequels, which have exactly the same storylines, characters, and plot objects as the first ones.

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  188. @Anonymous
    I wonder if that guy who got beat to death by the North Koreans last year had a similar attitude. Banging the table and threatening your captors may work in New York but it's liable to backfire badly elsewhere.

    Unlikely. When he appeared in NK court and read his statement, he fessed up to being a spy for some lady preacher at a Methodist church in his town (and her secret society) IIRC.

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  189. @szopen
    In the meantime maybe will make an analysis why Congress passing a law allowing USA to support Jewish oganization demanding money from other countries is a good thing (Polish stance is taht if Jewish citizens died in Holocaust without leaving heirts, then their property belongs to the state. Jewish organizations think that if some random Jewish guy died in Holocaust, his property should belong to some Jewish organization from New York).

    This really is worrying, it has the potential to result in violence because historically the Jewish community has no capacity for objectivity or backing down. I like this idea that an odious debt can survive the Jubilee cycle and the most destructive total war in history. After they shake down Poland will they shake down Montenegro?

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    The Poles will back down. With Russia advancing westwards they can't afford to antagonize the U.S. now.
    , @anonymous
    The Poles, Hungarians and even the Russians have shown encouraging signs of standing up to the Chosen shakedowns, insults and intrigues.

    Victor Orbin made it personal and ran against the enemy in the form of one bad guy George Soros. The Jewish community tries to deny that Soros is Jewish and they sight just some comments against Israel.

    Vladimir Putin effectively removed Jewish Oligarchs from running Russia. There are still very, very many extremely wealthy Jewish oligarchs in Russia but they are held in check and not allowed to do American style anti Russian cult marxism. The ones that do try this like Yukos Oil oligarch get arrested, put in public cages and sentenced to hard labor in Siberia.

    Here's the photo - https://binged.it/2Hsvb5G

    I would really, really like the Polish Government to tear down the Auschwitz Disney Land of death and humiliation and simply

    Move on.

    Offer the "Work Shall Set you Free" gate to Israel if they want it, if they don't, turn it in to scrap.

    Just go with the truth that World War II was a terrible, terrible time for Poland and so many other countries, peoples - there were hundreds maybe thousands of slave labor camps the Gulag in the Soviet Union as well as in Poland - people die in slave labor camps just as the entire Polish officer corp was slaughtered by the Soviets in the Katyn Forrest.

    No one has tried to make Soviet Gulag, Slave labor camps as Disney Lands of Death and Humiliation - so why do so in Poland?

    Just move on and promote a new Poland as a positive place populated mostly by Polish people - low crime, little political anarchy - a good place to live and visit. If Jewish people want to live in Poland or visit they can do so provide they behave themselves and don't try to take over everything like they do/did here in the USA.
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  190. I’ve said it before so apologies for that.

    The Times should count the number of African-American night doormen guarding luxury apartment buildings in the upper east side of Manhattan, you know, in buildings occupied by the likes of the Sulzberger family that owns the Times.

    If they did my prediction would be zero.

    To those unfamiliar withe NYC real estate practices those buildings are coops, and hiring decisions are made by a board elected by the occupants, not some company on a contract.

    The reasoning is fear of crime. They are afraid that a well-spoken black doorman might have a crack head cousin who is in dire need of cash.

    Think of that when you read another Times editorial blaming America for being racist.

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    Interesting. Lots of black doormen in fancy buildings in Chicago.
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  191. @JamesG
    I've said it before so apologies for that.

    The Times should count the number of African-American night doormen guarding luxury apartment buildings in the upper east side of Manhattan, you know, in buildings occupied by the likes of the Sulzberger family that owns the Times.

    If they did my prediction would be zero.

    To those unfamiliar withe NYC real estate practices those buildings are coops, and hiring decisions are made by a board elected by the occupants, not some company on a contract.

    The reasoning is fear of crime. They are afraid that a well-spoken black doorman might have a crack head cousin who is in dire need of cash.

    Think of that when you read another Times editorial blaming America for being racist.

    Interesting. Lots of black doormen in fancy buildings in Chicago.

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  192. @JimB
    Right. A vote for any local democrat is a vote for replacing you and your children in the labor market with third world immigrants. Also, less appreciated is connection between local democrats and property taxes, which always go through the roof because they love putting bonds on your local ballot.

    Unfortunately many Republicans are fine with replacing Americans with third world immigrants as well.

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  193. @TomSchmidt
    If a man, she would have gotten physical and arrested. That was remarkable restraint by the police. I loved hearing her drop all the elite status points on the cops (Yale, MIT) and having her politely ignored. Fantastic.

    Tom, This reminds me of Henry Louis (Skip) Gates and the Cambridge police. I don’t think it was about race but rather his lofty status in academia ….”Do you know you I am? I teach at Harvard.”

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  194. Anonymous[211] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross
    This really is worrying, it has the potential to result in violence because historically the Jewish community has no capacity for objectivity or backing down. I like this idea that an odious debt can survive the Jubilee cycle and the most destructive total war in history. After they shake down Poland will they shake down Montenegro?

    The Poles will back down. With Russia advancing westwards they can’t afford to antagonize the U.S. now.

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    >with Russia advancing westwards
    Oh, you're on the good stuff.
    >Poland will back down
    How does one "back down" when one is getting murdered? What, is Israel going to award credits and ask for slightly less money next time?
    >can't antagonize the US
    Why are you taking this angle? Why isn't it a matter of us needing their closeness to the Russian border, and that being threatened by the lunatic tantrumming brat of a pirate state in its umpteenth screaming match with the mirror?
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  195. @Escher
    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.

    James Levine.

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  196. @Big Bill
    Speaking of Jewish names, wherefrom (and when) did they get "Irving" and "Sheldon"? The names aren't Yiddish, Hebrew or American.

    They were attempts to find English substitutes for Hebrew names. Irving was in place of Isaac or Israel, Morton instead of Mordechai, Hyman for Chaim, Sheldon for Schlomo/Solomon, etc.

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  197. @Anonymous
    The Poles will back down. With Russia advancing westwards they can't afford to antagonize the U.S. now.

    >with Russia advancing westwards
    Oh, you’re on the good stuff.
    >Poland will back down
    How does one “back down” when one is getting murdered? What, is Israel going to award credits and ask for slightly less money next time?
    >can’t antagonize the US
    Why are you taking this angle? Why isn’t it a matter of us needing their closeness to the Russian border, and that being threatened by the lunatic tantrumming brat of a pirate state in its umpteenth screaming match with the mirror?

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  198. @Big Bill
    Speaking of Jewish names, wherefrom (and when) did they get "Irving" and "Sheldon"? The names aren't Yiddish, Hebrew or American.

    Speaking of Jewish names, wherefrom (and when) did they get “Irving” and “Sheldon”? The names aren’t Yiddish, Hebrew or American.

    Washington Irving.

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  199. @Steve Sailer
    American Jews around 1920 were big fans of naming their sons after English poets and Shakespearean actors.

    American Jews around 1920 were big fans of naming their sons after English poets and Shakespearean actors.

    In the case of Irving, I tend to think that Washington Irving was a bigger influence than Sir Henry Irving.

    Interesting thing about Henry Irving. “Irving” wasn’t his actual surname:

    Sir Henry Irving (6 February 1838 – 13 October 1905), born John Henry Brodribb,

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

    Though Brodribb did not accept the invitation from Phelps, by 1856 he had moved to Sunderland, changed his name to Henry Irving, and looked to begin his professional career. He chose the name “Irving” from his beloved American writer Washington Irving, and kept his original middle name, Henry.

    http://d.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/text/howland-henry-irving

    Irving also seems to have suffered a childhood accident which left him with a dragging leg. To conquer the handicaps of gait and diction well enough to become recognised as the greatest actor of the age shows a transcendental strength of purpose, but the future Elevator of the Stage had to overcome a further impediment to his ambitions: Methodism. To assuage the family shame at his
    choice of career John Brodribb chose the stage name of Henry Irving, Henry having been added to John at his christening and Irving perhaps after Washington Irving, an author he admired, or perhaps Edward Irving, a preacher who had himself briefly trodden the boards.

    https://www.theirvingsociety.org.uk/henry-irving-bram-stoker-a-working-relationship/

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  200. @PiltdownMan

    Yup. Haven’t met too many Jews named just “John” and none named “James”.
     
    I'm related by marriage to a Jewish "James." I think Ya'kov is the Hebrew equivalent.

    Wouldn’t Ya’kov be the equivalent of Jacob? Also crypsis usually involves common Anglo names like John Brown or James Green. The plainer the name, the more the situation calls for scrutiny.

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    Wouldn’t Ya’kov be the equivalent of Jacob?

    https://jacobusviirex.weebly.com/
     
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  201. @Mitchell Porter
    Belatedly realizing the magnitude of Jewish privilege has created political dilemmas for me that I still don't know how to resolve. That one small ethno-religious group has such enormous power in the West, and that this fact is nonetheless missing from our collective public self-understanding - that's a prime example of "false consciousness". Jews function like an invisible ruling class who have their internal disagreements, but who would be as one in opposing any attempt to make Jewish power per se, a theme of public discussion.

    So what then? I have no desire to be a Jew or live like a Jew, but apparently I cannot aspire to anything significant in life without forming some opinion of, and some relationship to, Jewishness, because money, media, academy, politics, diplomacy, and who knows what else, all seem to be influenced by powerful Jewish cabals. That's the shocking reality of the post-Christian West; Christianity is in decline, but the older religious identity, Judaism, thrives among the upper classes.

    How can this possibly end well?

    You should convert.

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    At the moment I might pass for a Judeophile with respect to science and the arts, and a Judeophobe with respect to politics and maybe economics. But I'm still working it out.
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  202. Anonymous[409] • Disclaimer says:
    @Svigor
    LOL, it was funny watching the cops fail to tell the yenta that it's not their place to reveal details to some third party.

    Why didn’t they?

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  203. @Colleen Pater
    Trump won when he managed to draw the Media into such a wall bias at the mere suggestion that the law and peoples will be followed all doubt was removed that the media is anything other than a propaganda machine- fake news was instantly turned back on them and is now a synonym for big media, he light as well have passed a law that from now on all media outlets must affix the title Ministry of Truth under their logo.
    He proceeded to finally shatter the hope and delusion of the conservative voters forever when he drew GOP cucks into the open during the primary, finally demonstrating for conservatives that the GOP is a controlled cuck shill party and that politics is hopeless, democracy dead, and everything about race. That thye would rather a Clinton or a communist won than the platform they had been fraudulently running on for decades actually got passed.

    When he proved to us all we were not the only ones and pulled off a historic upset changing the left right boundaries forever,not only on the electoral map but also on the political alignment of issues map, he caught the deep state off guard and managed to draw the deep state and civil service into open rebellion of an elected president and caught them in an encyclopedia of criminal conspiracies which everyone know they will not serve a day in prison forever exposing that alex jones and co are more right than crazy, that we dont live in a democracy, that we dont live under a rule of law that their is such a thing as a deep state that our elected officials take it as a given that not obeying them can get you killed or destroyed, that they are so above the law they can wage open war on a popular president, that the media civil service NGOs academia EU judiciary military organized religion etc are all in support of the deep state and could care less about rule of law and will of the people.

    He has since trolled the law enforcement and the judiciary into open partisanship and forever shattered the fairytale that we have an independent judiciary that investigates and judges based on rule of law.

    He has also several times worked to legitimize points of view on a national and international scale not heard in polite company in 100 years. That race is real and it matters. That the holocaust is not the national religion, that nationalism throughout the world is a good thing, that white people have a right to homelands too. That the far right is at the very least no worse than the mainstream left.That authority ought to be questioned because they are lying most of the time.That globalism is not good for the whites.That tech is not your friend. That third world immigration is an invasion orchestrated to destroy the west by certain people who can be pointed to, and who have no alternative legitimate explanation for their scheme other than destruction of us.That china is our enemy, Islam is our enemy, Israel is not our ally in any lasting sense, that the EU is not our partner, That christianity is leftist most of the time.

    In short he has awakened a critical mass of conservatives to the fact that if they want to live and have their children have better prospects than south african whites they are going to have to go to war not politics.
    Trump will accomplish little legislatively, he probably wont be the last candidate thats outside the overton window. likely we will see the end of the GOP as the conservative party and increasingly strident right wing leaders throughout the west culminating in the ones that will lead us into war against the left

    I hope you are right.

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    Really? You do see the part where he is setting the stage for hot civil war are you ready do you understand how horrific war is? do you truly understand it is the only way at this point? and do you understand it is the only way at this point because for decades the right has been too civilized to do even far less than war, we will now have to fight a war because the people could not even give offense or do civil disobedience. No i dont think youre up to it I think we are dead, but at least the right will have to die knowing what sniveling cuck cowards they are
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  204. @Mishra
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/newpix/2018/04/25/21/4B8D770400000578-0-image-m-3_1524687349523.jpg

    Gotta love it. Just gotta love it.

    Amusing counterpoint by a self-described “World-renowned wypipologist” who is also a “Last real negus alive.”

    https://www.theroot.com/kanye-west-candace-owens-and-the-conservative-sunken-p-1825473389

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  205. Anonymous[409] • Disclaimer says:
    @George
    Indian Americans force Jews to capitulate on Jewish Privilege.

    Hank Azaria on The Simpsons' Apu controversy: 'I'm willing to step aside'

    The actor, who voices the role, says he could be replaced by an Indian or south Asian actor and called for more diverse voices in the show’s writing room

    https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2018/apr/25/hank-azaria-on-the-simpsons-apu-controversy-im-willing-to-step-aside

    I think Apu's caste should be identified and only a South Asian Hindu of the correct caste should be selected so as to eliminate as much caste privilege intersectionality as possible.

    Fun fact: Azaria went to the same HS as Pres. Trump.

    Is Azaria Jewish? That would explain why he so easily empathizes with the Hindus being persecuted because of the cartoon voice.

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    Birth Name: Hank Albert Azaria

    Place of Birth: Forest Hills, Queens, New York City, New York, U.S.

    Date of Birth: April 25, 1964

    Ethnicity: Sephardi Jewish

    Hank Azaria is an American actor, comedian, and producer. He is famous for his voice performances on the television sitcom The Simpsons. His main roles on the show include Moe, Chief Wiggum, and Apu.

    Hank was born to Sephardi Jewish parents, whose families lived in Salonika in northern Greece. Some of his family were also Sepahrdi Jews from Turkey. His family speaks Ladino, a language spoken by Sephardi Jews.
     
    http://ethnicelebs.com/hank-azaria
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  206. @Anonymous
    OT The logical consequence of Pomo. Expect more NYT attention soon.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/monkeys-mating-inter-species-tanzania-red-tailed-blue-gombe-national-park-a8318606.html

    What is Pomo?

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  207. Anonymous[211] • Disclaimer says:

    Regarding Apu – In retrospect we can see that the Simpsons making fun of Indians was only possible because in the past there just weren’t enough of them around to complain. (See also: Short Circuit) That’s no longer true. There’s now a very large population of Indians in the U.S. and so their sensitivities will have to be respected.

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    Surely it's consciousness and squeakiness rather than numbers.
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  208. @Anonymous
    Is Azaria Jewish? That would explain why he so easily empathizes with the Hindus being persecuted because of the cartoon voice.

    Birth Name: Hank Albert Azaria

    Place of Birth: Forest Hills, Queens, New York City, New York, U.S.

    Date of Birth: April 25, 1964

    Ethnicity: Sephardi Jewish

    Hank Azaria is an American actor, comedian, and producer. He is famous for his voice performances on the television sitcom The Simpsons. His main roles on the show include Moe, Chief Wiggum, and Apu.

    Hank was born to Sephardi Jewish parents, whose families lived in Salonika in northern Greece. Some of his family were also Sepahrdi Jews from Turkey. His family speaks Ladino, a language spoken by Sephardi Jews.

    http://ethnicelebs.com/hank-azaria

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  209. @Anonymous
    Regarding Apu - In retrospect we can see that the Simpsons making fun of Indians was only possible because in the past there just weren't enough of them around to complain. (See also: Short Circuit) That's no longer true. There's now a very large population of Indians in the U.S. and so their sensitivities will have to be respected.

    Surely it’s consciousness and squeakiness rather than numbers.

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  210. @Anon
    You should convert.

    At the moment I might pass for a Judeophile with respect to science and the arts, and a Judeophobe with respect to politics and maybe economics. But I’m still working it out.

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  211. @Berty
    The results from AZ08 are starting to make me seriously wonder whether the Trump administration will turn out to be a disaster for the nationalist cause rather than it's savoir. Because I'm not seeing anything to be hopeful about from here.

    Hey Eeeyore, Take two Jack Hanson tablets and call me in the morning.

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  212. @Berty
    The results from AZ08 are starting to make me seriously wonder whether the Trump administration will turn out to be a disaster for the nationalist cause rather than it's savoir. Because I'm not seeing anything to be hopeful about from here.

    Hey Eeeyore, Take two Jack Hanson tablets and call me in the morning.

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  213. @Svigor

    Is it only Jewish overrepresentation that’s a problem for you which needs attention?
     
    What if the answer is "yes"?

    Then you are fundamentally no different from people who fume about “white privilege” but ignore advantages enjoyed by other groups.

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  214. @Non-Mazeltovian
    Wouldn't Ya'kov be the equivalent of Jacob? Also crypsis usually involves common Anglo names like John Brown or James Green. The plainer the name, the more the situation calls for scrutiny.

    Wouldn’t Ya’kov be the equivalent of Jacob?

    https://jacobusviirex.weebly.com/

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  215. @Svigor
    All she had to do was use a bit of honey, a lot less vinegar, and be a bit less gauche and obvious about her name-dropping and attempts at influence. For her bragging about being a lawyer, she seemed kinda clueless (unless that's just how it's done in Jersey).

    It’s a Northeast Jew thing. The most obnoxious yenta I know eschews lawyer for attorney. To which I always reply with shyster, because most of the are full of shit.

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  216. @Big Bill
    Think of that poor chump she married, Doctor Shapiro. He has to deal with this every day. Every. Single. Day. This is the downside to being a Jewish dude. Daily emasculation. You have to turn over your testicles for safekeeping.

    The upside for Doctor Shapiro is being married to a woman who will drive her children to succeed at any cost. And in due course will make sure they marry only the best.

    Twenty years ago, it took my buddy Ellen the better part of a year to pry a nice Jewish boy away from his mama (who also ruled the roost like this). Unsurprisingly, Ellen now wears the pants in her family, too.

    Six of one, half-dozen of the other.

    NB: the Port Authority was created by an interstate compact between New York and New Jersey. It has incredible bureaucratic power that both states have to submit to. Kushner's dad was angling to become boss of the Port Authority before he was convicted.

    One of my Jewish friends is the same. He’s under the thumb of his turned-lesbian mother and her black partner, his sister, for whom he works, and his daughter. The most henpecked guy I know.

    He got some kind of private revenge, though, in naming his son. His wife got to name the daughter, and she has the name of a Disney character that seems to have been very popular 20 years ago with Jewish women. The friend gave his son the first name of his favorite baseball player and the middle name of his favorite alias, which he’d use when we were in Florida attending spring training games and frequenting the local adult entertainment joints at night.

    His “logic” was that the dancers all use aliases (Carl Hiassen riffed on this in a novel with a stripper protagonist; the club had two Moniques and were differentiated by Sr. and Jr.) so why shouldn’t he!

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  217. @Forbes

    unless that’s just how it’s done in Jersey
     
    That's pretty close to the mark, for New Jersey. Ms. Turner is embodied with an entitlement mentality that is all too typical--the subtle finesse of a Caterpillar bulldozer.

    It's plain as day that any attempt at influencing a cop (to show discretion) will come via good humor, good attitude, pleasantries, an expression of graciousness, and an appreciation of the cop's patience. The madam's gold shield, as an official of the PANYNJ, is only going to have an effect on a PA police officer--and even then, he's likely to respond that she should expect him to carry out his sworn duties, to do otherwise could be seen as misconduct. Officers today are trained for prevention of every sort of corruption and compromise.

    They take the job for a paycheck and a pension--why jeopardize that...

    Officers today are trained for prevention of every sort of corruption and compromise.

    This is NJ. Corruption is how we roll. Stupidity, though … not so much– at least, it’s harder to get away with.

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  218. @Highlander
    I hope you are right.

    Really? You do see the part where he is setting the stage for hot civil war are you ready do you understand how horrific war is? do you truly understand it is the only way at this point? and do you understand it is the only way at this point because for decades the right has been too civilized to do even far less than war, we will now have to fight a war because the people could not even give offense or do civil disobedience. No i dont think youre up to it I think we are dead, but at least the right will have to die knowing what sniveling cuck cowards they are

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    How obtuse and argumentative. I alone attempt to agree with your marginally coherent arguments about cucks and you turn around and attack me? And don't bother getting back to me about whether or not I'm up to war until you have actually fought in a real one as I have. Silly goose.
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  219. anonymous[739] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross
    This really is worrying, it has the potential to result in violence because historically the Jewish community has no capacity for objectivity or backing down. I like this idea that an odious debt can survive the Jubilee cycle and the most destructive total war in history. After they shake down Poland will they shake down Montenegro?

    The Poles, Hungarians and even the Russians have shown encouraging signs of standing up to the Chosen shakedowns, insults and intrigues.

    Victor Orbin made it personal and ran against the enemy in the form of one bad guy George Soros. The Jewish community tries to deny that Soros is Jewish and they sight just some comments against Israel.

    Vladimir Putin effectively removed Jewish Oligarchs from running Russia. There are still very, very many extremely wealthy Jewish oligarchs in Russia but they are held in check and not allowed to do American style anti Russian cult marxism. The ones that do try this like Yukos Oil oligarch get arrested, put in public cages and sentenced to hard labor in Siberia.

    Here’s the photo – https://binged.it/2Hsvb5G

    I would really, really like the Polish Government to tear down the Auschwitz Disney Land of death and humiliation and simply

    Move on.

    Offer the “Work Shall Set you Free” gate to Israel if they want it, if they don’t, turn it in to scrap.

    Just go with the truth that World War II was a terrible, terrible time for Poland and so many other countries, peoples – there were hundreds maybe thousands of slave labor camps the Gulag in the Soviet Union as well as in Poland – people die in slave labor camps just as the entire Polish officer corp was slaughtered by the Soviets in the Katyn Forrest.

    No one has tried to make Soviet Gulag, Slave labor camps as Disney Lands of Death and Humiliation – so why do so in Poland?

    Just move on and promote a new Poland as a positive place populated mostly by Polish people – low crime, little political anarchy – a good place to live and visit. If Jewish people want to live in Poland or visit they can do so provide they behave themselves and don’t try to take over everything like they do/did here in the USA.

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  220. @njguy73
    It's not the same thing at all. Ashkenazic Jews, of which I am one, do not name their children after living relatives (Sephardic ones sometimes do.) But even dead relatives are not honored with the exacct name, but rather with something similar.

    The name given to the child is not always identical to that of the deceased; it is often changed to reflect the popular names of the time, but usually retains the sound or at least the first initial. For example, a grandmother named Elsie might be remembered through a granddaughter named Elizabeth or Kelsey. A grandfather named Leopold might be remembered through a grandson named Leonard or Lawrence.
     
    http://www.jewfaq.org/jnames.htm

    Is it considered a bad omen to name a baby after a dead relative? For Christians, it’s not.

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    Is it considered a bad omen to name a baby after a dead relative? For Christians, it’s not.
     
    Unless the deceased is a traitor, or went in a Darwin Awards-worthy accident, it's almost a duty to do so.

    The term for this is necronym. You rarely see it anymore because children aren't named after anybody these days. My brother died a year before I was born, and I didn't get his name (for which I'm quite glad-- due to its ubiquity among those my age). But he wasn't named after anybody, either, just going with fashion.

    In the past, though, it was expected that the names of the first two children of each sex were to honor the grandparents of their sex. Should one of those early children die, the next child of that sex would "inherit" the name. "Thou shalt honor thy mother and thy father."

    It would be interesting to research whether this happened more frequently with children named for grandparents than for children named for others, or for other reasons. (In colonial times, names like "Melanchthon" and "Experience" were seen rather often.)

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  221. @Colleen Pater
    Really? You do see the part where he is setting the stage for hot civil war are you ready do you understand how horrific war is? do you truly understand it is the only way at this point? and do you understand it is the only way at this point because for decades the right has been too civilized to do even far less than war, we will now have to fight a war because the people could not even give offense or do civil disobedience. No i dont think youre up to it I think we are dead, but at least the right will have to die knowing what sniveling cuck cowards they are

    How obtuse and argumentative. I alone attempt to agree with your marginally coherent arguments about cucks and you turn around and attack me? And don’t bother getting back to me about whether or not I’m up to war until you have actually fought in a real one as I have. Silly goose.

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  222. The Top Jobs Where Women Are Outnumbered by Men Named John

    Eight is the loneliest number since the number two…

    There are eight women on the Vietnam Wall. There are eight men named Whitney. There are nine named Wade, and twelve named Wagner.

    There are so many Walkers that the Juniors alone number nine. (That doesn’t include the one “II”.)

    Names are added every year on Mother’s Day. In 2017, there were– guess what– eight deaths added. Three names are new, and five were changed from a cross (missing in action) to a diamond (confirmed dead).

    Eight is likely the number in the women’s movement in America who are bothered by this particular discrepancy. Remember, it was the Equal Rights Amendment.

    The feminist rebuttal to Russell Kirk’s Rights and Duties is due out this year. It’s called Rights.

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  223. @BB753
    Is it considered a bad omen to name a baby after a dead relative? For Christians, it's not.

    Is it considered a bad omen to name a baby after a dead relative? For Christians, it’s not.

    Unless the deceased is a traitor, or went in a Darwin Awards-worthy accident, it’s almost a duty to do so.

    The term for this is necronym. You rarely see it anymore because children aren’t named after anybody these days. My brother died a year before I was born, and I didn’t get his name (for which I’m quite glad– due to its ubiquity among those my age). But he wasn’t named after anybody, either, just going with fashion.

    In the past, though, it was expected that the names of the first two children of each sex were to honor the grandparents of their sex. Should one of those early children die, the next child of that sex would “inherit” the name. “Thou shalt honor thy mother and thy father.”

    It would be interesting to research whether this happened more frequently with children named for grandparents than for children named for others, or for other reasons. (In colonial times, names like “Melanchthon” and “Experience” were seen rather often.)

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    Jews don't give their children the exact same name as dead relatives, just names similar to those of the dead relatives. "Naming a child after a living relative is bad luck: the Angel of Death, an easily confused spirit, might take the baby by mistake when coming for the older relative."

    Ibid the link in my previous post.

    As for colonial times, Albion's Seed describes how

    90% of Puritan names were taken from the Bible. Some Puritans took pride in their learning by giving their children obscure Biblical names they would expect nobody else to have heard of, like Mahershalalhasbaz. Others chose random Biblical terms that might not have technically been intended as names; “the son of Bostonian Samuel Pond was named Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin Pond”. Still others chose Biblical words completely at random and named their children things like Maybe or Notwithstanding.
     

    Quaker parents Richard and Abigail Lippincott named their eight children, in order, “Remember”, “John”, “Restore”, “Freedom”, “Increase”, “Jacob”, “Preserve”, and “Israel”, so that their names combined formed a simple prayer.
     
    http://slatestarcodex.com/2016/04/27/book-review-albions-seed/
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  224. @ThreeCranes
    This video will be profoundly disturbing to Jews for two reasons. One, because it shows that working-class white men have more integrity than high-ranking Jewish women. Two, because it shows that white, working-class men will not allow themselves to be pushed around by bossy Jewish moms. This is an axe to the very roots of the special Jewish boy/Mother relationship in which the mother rules with absolute authority. "How dare some lowly, non-Phd-candidate-at-MIT-Gentile question my Mom?"

    She finds the officer's behavior "very disappointing" because it "ruins" her family's Passover. Well so what? Tough beans. Why is it that you don't you find your law-breaking kid's behavior disappointing?

    Unfortunately, the Jewish takeaway from this encounter will be that they need to insinuate themselves into dominant positions in local police heirarchies across America, the better to enjoy their holidays without the bother of corruption-free Law and Order.

    Two, because it shows that white, working-class men will not allow themselves to be pushed around by bossy Jewish moms.

    This may be true, but for the record: Followups to the story name the lead (taller) officer as one Matt Savitsky, who is almost certainly Jewish.

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  225. @Reg Cæsar

    Is it considered a bad omen to name a baby after a dead relative? For Christians, it’s not.
     
    Unless the deceased is a traitor, or went in a Darwin Awards-worthy accident, it's almost a duty to do so.

    The term for this is necronym. You rarely see it anymore because children aren't named after anybody these days. My brother died a year before I was born, and I didn't get his name (for which I'm quite glad-- due to its ubiquity among those my age). But he wasn't named after anybody, either, just going with fashion.

    In the past, though, it was expected that the names of the first two children of each sex were to honor the grandparents of their sex. Should one of those early children die, the next child of that sex would "inherit" the name. "Thou shalt honor thy mother and thy father."

    It would be interesting to research whether this happened more frequently with children named for grandparents than for children named for others, or for other reasons. (In colonial times, names like "Melanchthon" and "Experience" were seen rather often.)

    Jews don’t give their children the exact same name as dead relatives, just names similar to those of the dead relatives. “Naming a child after a living relative is bad luck: the Angel of Death, an easily confused spirit, might take the baby by mistake when coming for the older relative.”

    Ibid the link in my previous post.

    As for colonial times, Albion’s Seed describes how

    90% of Puritan names were taken from the Bible. Some Puritans took pride in their learning by giving their children obscure Biblical names they would expect nobody else to have heard of, like Mahershalalhasbaz. Others chose random Biblical terms that might not have technically been intended as names; “the son of Bostonian Samuel Pond was named Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin Pond”. Still others chose Biblical words completely at random and named their children things like Maybe or Notwithstanding.

    Quaker parents Richard and Abigail Lippincott named their eight children, in order, “Remember”, “John”, “Restore”, “Freedom”, “Increase”, “Jacob”, “Preserve”, and “Israel”, so that their names combined formed a simple prayer.

    http://slatestarcodex.com/2016/04/27/book-review-albions-seed/

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  226. @Thomm
    The headline and comment was 80% about gender bigotry and just 20% race.

    'Feminism' is the real scourge here, but even Steve sees race where he should see the far worse problem, feminism.

    'Muh tribe! Muh tribe!' is the default position of the simple-minded, but Steve sometimes calls out feminism properly. Unfortunately, today was not one of those days.

    I bet plenty of those CEOs are Asian. One of them is John Chen :
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_S._Chen

    Dedication to one’s posterity would seem to be a base instinct in the animal kingdom. But I guess that is just simple minded thinking.

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  227. Anonymous[326] • Disclaimer says:
    @Yossarian
    Ross Douthat gives a shout-out in the Times this morning:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/25/opinion/california-democrats-trump-republicans.html

    So the same trends that have made California so uniformly liberal have also encouraged Trumpism elsewhere — and not only elsewhere, since as Jason Willick and James Hitchcock pointed out in 2016 in The American Interest, Trumpism-the-ideology is very much a made-in-California affair. Not many members of the right-wing intelligentsia backed Trump, but the writers and thinkers who did — from mainstream conservatives to the alt-right fringe — were heavily Californian: the Claremont Institute’s West Coast Straussians, Michael “Flight 93 Election” Anton, Mickey Kaus, Victor Davis Hanson, Ron Unz, Steve Sailer, Scott Adams, Curtis “Mencius Moldbug” Yarvin … and of course the one and only Peter Thiel.
     

    I don’t really read him that much, but even so I can recall multiple times when he has dropped names of “badthinkers”. It does strike me that he understands that his task is to remain employed, and to do what he does. He clearly reads people regarded as beyond the pale by the MSM.

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  228. @Spud Boy
    The Left has gone full-blown equality of outcome. To hell with understanding the reasons why certain groups are under-represented in "top jobs." Given power, they will just appropriate these positions for their political constituents.

    They do it by worming their way into institutions of power like the Justice Department, where they demand corporations issue periodic "diversity" reports; if the numbers are not to their liking, they sue, or they sick their propaganda wing known as the media on them and shame them into submission. Corporations, unable to prove the negative (they're not discriminating), are forced to comply and end up absorbing the cost of the unproductive and unqualified, which of course is passed along to the rest of us as higher prices.

    If this continues, in the long run the United States will be buried economically by Asian countries that don't buy into the SJW narrative. I'm close to retirement, so I will be fine, but I worry about my two white sons and their future job prospects. My recommendation to them is to start taking courses in Mandarin.

    We’ll be buried economically by Asians here, too.

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