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From the New York Times today:

Times Stands By Editorial Board Member After Outcry Over Old Tweets

By Jaclyn Peiser
Aug. 2, 2018

On Wednesday, The New York Times announced that it had hired Sarah Jeong as the lead technology writer for its editorial board, saying she “has guided readers through the digital world with verve and erudition, staying ahead of every turn on the vast beat that is the internet.”

There was soon an outcry on right-wing websites over tweets Ms. Jeong wrote from 2013 to early 2015, which referred to white people with terms like “groveling goblins” and “dogs.”

On Thursday, The Times released a statement saying that it knew about the tweets before hiring Ms. Jeong, 30, and that she would stay on the editorial board.

“Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment,” The Times said in its statement. “For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers. She sees now that this approach only served to feed the vitriol that we too often see on social media.” …

Uh, here’s a defender of Jeong providing the “context,” which don’t exactly uphold the NYT’s rationalization. The basic context in Jeong’s mind is that she has to live on a planet on which most of the good stuff was invented by the ancestors of white people, which ticks her off no end.

Soon after The Times announced that it had hired her, screenshots of her old tweets — which, in one case, included the phrase “#CancelWhitePeople” — began circulating on Twitter. They were soon picked by right-wing websites like The Gateway Pundit, The Daily Caller and The Federalist. Ms. Jeong also received support from people who said her tweets had been taken out of context and questioned the motives behind those who had resurfaced them.

In contrast, the motives of the anti-white male bigots are above question because they are good for the Democratic Party. From my current column in Taki’s Magazine:

But how can the Democrats build an “excited, diverse coalition” among people who, by definition, don’t really have much in common? The Democratic coalition is always on the verge of flying apart in fratricidal enmity. At the moment, for example, the media is stoking black rage toward white women, whom The New York Times is repeatedly calling by the racist slur “Becky,” for summoning the police when they feel unsafe.

The one thing the Democrats’ confederacy of the dissimilar can share is hatred of whites, or, to be precise, cisgender straight white men.

This is why the press keeps pushing endless hate hoaxes. Shameful antiwhite racist libels are the KKKrazy Glue that holds together the Democratic coalition.

Besides, don’t forget simple morally corrupting self-interest. Sarah Jeong spreading mindless hate against white men advances the career prospects of non-white-men such as, to take one example, Sarah Jeong.

A remarkable fraction of today’s opinion journalism consists of blatantly self-interested promotion of racial and gender hate by non-white-men.

In contrast to today’s action by the NYT, back in 2015 (in Unz Review):

Razib Khan Hired and Fired By the New York Times, Both On the Same Day!
JOHN DERBYSHIRE • MARCH 20, 2015 • 900 WORDS • 46 COMMENTS • REPLY

Yesterday (i.e. Thursday) morning I was reading this article about a raft of new names hired to post at the New York Times blog. To my surprise, I saw the name Razib Khan among them. “Wow,” I thought, “Things are looking up.”

I’ve known Razib for 15 years or so, since we both belonged to Steve Sailer’s Human Biodiversity email group. He’s a brilliant guy; better read in the human sciences than anyone I know — and I know Steve Sailer, Nicholas Wade and Steven Pinker. …

Don’t read Razib if you’re not willing to engage with the latest results in behavioral genetics, population genetics, computational genomics, and related areas of the human sciences.

(And, by the way, don’t post to the comments thread on Razib’s blog unless you’re on-topic and at least as well-informed as he is on the point under discussion. Razib does not suffer fools gladly, and is merciless with commenters who don’t come up to his own high standards.)

… Well, so I was looking forward to Razib’s contributions to the New York Times blog, and to seeing him pitilessly demolish some of the innumerate idiots he’d be sharing that blog with.

Alas, it was too good to be true. I was browsing the blogs that same evening, Thursday evening, and I saw a post on geneticist Greg Cochran’s blog with the title The Once and Future Khan. From which:

Razib Khan managed to get himself hired and fired by the New York Times over the course of a single day, an enviable record. Having the Times look upon you with favor is a dubious honor in the first place, something like having a leper ask you out on a date — so a quick hire-and-fire is optimal. Something for the CV, but you never had to actually hang out with the slimebags. Not as cool as “refused the Fields Medal.” but pretty cool.

 
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  1. tyrone says:

    Wow, we’ve finally arrived at the sunny uplands of racial harmony we were promised so many years ago. It’s nice to see that coke we bought the world is finally paying dividends.

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  2. Ms Jeong’s twitter highlights: https://twitter.com/ArminNavabi/status/1025015489729196032

    In a more reasonable world, the most prestigious, official voices would condemn Ms. Jeong and condemn the NYT and lower their status. However, the left really has controlled that process.

    This reminds me of a recent slatestarcodex post. One highlight:

    Even though a movement is widely discussed, its ideas never penetrate to anywhere they might actually have power. Even though it has charismatic leaders, they have to resort to low-prestige decentralized people-power to get their message across, while their opponents preach against them from the airwaves and pulpits and universities.

    The left, and the anti-white racists are quite comfortable preaching from the heights of government, the most prestigious universities, and the most esteemed op-ed journals, while the charismatic, well written voices of the opposition, like Steve Sailer, or the IDW types, have been outcast and speak through obscure outlets like unz.com and rely on decentralized crowd funding.

    http://slatestarcodex.com/2018/05/23/can-things-be-both-popular-and-silenced/

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    • Replies: @J.Ross
    Jeong wouldn't be an issue at all -- I pretty much am a subterranean goblin -- except for these same people making this sort of thing an issue, often on far weaker evidence, and normally with a qualifed person losing their job.
    But let's take a moment to remind you that "Russian" trolls on social media are trying to "divide" us.
    , @Jack Cade
    Reminds me of someone else's quote: "Trump says aloud what others are screaming inside their heads". Nice link, btw
    , @res
    My favorite slatestarcodex tag (and yes, that article has it): http://slatestarcodex.com/tag/things-i-will-regret-writing/
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  3. The multicultural wonderland prematurely bares its fangs. The hatred is so deep, they can’t even wait until whites become a powerless minority. Diversity is our strength! Arbeit Macht Frei!

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    https://twitter.com/ElleArmageddon

    Her white "partner." I guess that explains where the Pokemon points for Harvard came from (not to mention the specific hatred of white men and the second-grade level potty mouth): a perfect fit for the "Journal of Law and Gender"

    , @Anonym
    Those references to a white partner are all from 2014. Hell hath no fury.
    , @TheBoom
    Imagine the lack of self respect one has to have to be a white person who dates her
    , @International Jew
    White partner, huh? I'm glad I'm not him.
    , @AndrewR
    She's vile, but it's hard to argue with the video game tweet.
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  5. Anonymous[142] • Disclaimer says:

    The New York Times is repeatedly calling by the racist slur “Becky,” for summoning the police when they feel unsafe.

    Now, would a Becky NOT dialing 911 but dialing 357 at the sight of a penetrating Black Body be a “Blacky”?

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  6. Thomas says:

    I’m actually rather surprised that a graduate of Berkeley and Harvard Law School was this direct and crass about “dumbass fucking white people,” rather than wrapping it in pseudo-intellectual koanic fluff about “people who think they are white,” or “privilege,” or “the patriarchy.” I guess Twitter lets out the raw id in anybody, if they’re not careful.

    Jeong attended the University of California Berkeley and Harvard Law School, where she was editor of Harvard Journal of Law & Gender.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Jeong#Early_life

    Hmm. Maybe there is actually a way for Asians to earn some admissions Pokemon points from Harvard. Yay for them, I guess.

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    • Replies: @gp
    "I’m actually rather surprised that a graduate of Berkeley and Harvard Law School was this direct and crass" She hasn't the maturity of her 46 years, that's for sure. If her banal tweets are any indication of how sloppily she really thinks and writes, she simply isn't qualified for the editorial board of NYT.

    She's free to hate whites, which she undeniably does. The REAL story here is that the NYT hired her for no other reason than to slap half the nation in the face. The press hates our living guts, thinks we're a bunch of illiterate deplorable rubes of lower caste than them, and now they are openly glorying in that posture. It really is outrageous. It is provocation.

    , @Anon
    I’m actually rather surprised that a graduate of Berkeley and Harvard Law School was this direct and crass about “dumbass fucking white people,”

    One would think so, but law schools are filled with very crass people. Remember that dufus David Schraub? His logic in this article really made me wonder about the kind of people who teach law.

    http://www.tabletmag.com/scroll/228149/yes-the-jew-who-called-in-bomb-threats-was-anti-semitic

    Some psycho Jewish comes up with fake threats to defame white Christians or white Nationalists, but he is an 'anti-semite' who targeted Jews, so says Schraub.
    , @Frau Katze
    You’d think she have more sense. Whatever became of common sense?

    Sounds arrogant as all get out. NYT rolls over for her. Gets even more arrogant.
    , @Realist

    I’m actually rather surprised that a graduate of Berkeley and Harvard Law School was this direct and crass about “dumbass fucking white people,”
     
    Graduate??? Where does it say she graduated? It is stated that she attended Berkeley and Harvard Law School. Usually the term attended ____ college or university means they didn't graduate from said institution.
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  7. Thomas says:
    @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/GodCloseMyEyes/status/1025030347447250944

    https://twitter.com/ElleArmageddon

    Her white “partner.” I guess that explains where the Pokemon points for Harvard came from (not to mention the specific hatred of white men and the second-grade level potty mouth): a perfect fit for the “Journal of Law and Gender”

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    • Replies: @Barnard
    To say that Twitter feed is anti-police is putting it mildly. Those tweets are from four years ago, it is possible she has moved on since then though, I don't know you can assume that is Jeong's current "partner."
    , @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    'Her white “partner.” I guess that explains where the Pokemon points for Harvard came from (not to mention the specific hatred of white men and the second-grade level potty mouth): a perfect fit for the “Journal of Law and Gender.”'

    She's reasonably cute. I'm certain she's infected dozens of geeky White guys with the yellow fever. And I'm certain their awkward ardor begat disgust -- "Groveling goblins" is apt.

    I'm surprised she's a lickalottapuss. To paraphrase Napoleon Dynamite:

    I see you have a girlfriend. Is that because you think you're ugly? Because you're not. You could have a boyfriend.
    , @Alec Leamas
    When homosexuals introduce one another as "my partner" I often act dumb and ask what business they're in - Real estate? Plastics?
    , @27 year old
    Just so you know, its normal for hetero SJW types to refer to their bf or gf as "partner". That's how they talk.
    , @Johnny Smoggins
    If you're going to call the person with whom you're intimate your "partner", you may as well both just trade in all your clothes for identical, functional, unisex, grey jumpsuits.

    The left sucks all the life and joy out of everything they touch.
    , @Dredger
    This is what Ms Jeong said in a Guardian article ("Technology could 'disrupt' racism and sexism") she wrote in 2014:
    "Discrimination sometimes stems from individual intent, but sometimes it develops out of (or is supported by) a system or infrastructure that can't think for itself. Undermine the infrastructure, and you may undermine racism."

    What a strange and unfortunate coincidence that by her very own reasoning Ms Jeong herself appears to be a case of discrimination stemming from individual intent and the NYT an infrastructure supporting racism that would clearly benefit from being undermined!
    , @MGuerrero
    Looking through the timeline of her ex-partner, it seems they broke up, and the ex is now 'partnered' with a man. Huh?
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  8. anon[421] • Disclaimer says:

    I think it’s funny how the New York Times does this, and then still pretends that Trump voters are crazy for thinking that the media is their enemy.

    When they hire someone who explicitly says that they’re the enemy, it’s hard to believe that they’re genuinely mystified when people believe them.

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    • Replies: @dr kill
    Man, that's what I was thinking. Damn I'm glad I gave up reading the NYT. My 10 bucks a week doesn't mean squat, except it does.
    , @Tono Bungay
    Agreed. It's as if the NYT is determined to make Trump voters out of millions of people.
    , @Ian M.
    Good point. When white people say, "The media is the enemy of white people", and when the New York Times says, "White people are the enemy", there's a real “He and she both said” conundrum for you.
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  9. J1234 says:

    “Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment,” The Times said in its statement. “For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers. She sees now that this approach only served to feed the vitriol that we too often see on social media.”

    Same old spin from the NYT: Hatred from the left is “anger” and anger from the right is “hatred.” Always.

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    • Replies: @anon
    I like how even her "apology" is just another excuse to bash whites.

    I wonder if that would work for me. Like, if I were to say something like "I may have said some unkind things about the average level of black intelligence, but you have to understand. I only did it because black people are constantly saying stupid crap online.", would that work?

    , @Harry Baldwin
    Hatred from the left is “anger” and anger from the right is “hatred.”

    Not just anger--even lack of effusive enthusiasm from the right is hatred.
    , @J.Ross
    One of the most curiously reliable observations about antifa shills on 4chan is they have cartoon-Tourette's syndrome. They cannot comment on anything without profane insults. One recently said:
    I'm not even a leftist I'm just against that racist Trump and his pedophile supporters like a normal person.
    This was in response to people picking up on him being a screamigly obvious leftist who couldn't comment without calling people obscene names.
    >but it's 4chan
    Yeah yeah, but off /b/ it is normal to have normal conversations. These activists were given a very rough understanding of how the site works when they are assigned to troll it, and now that makes them stand out. They are all like that guy who beat Jenny in Forrest Gump, sputtering rage and the f-word.
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  10. RW says:

    “Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment,” The Times said in its statement. “For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers. She sees now that this approach only served to feed the vitriol that we too often see on social media.”

    I recall doing the same thing in the reverse situation as a white man who had been harassed by minorities. The NYT crowd were not so forgiving. Interesting that there is no background info on the nature of the harassment. Sounds seedily similar to the buxom white babe who made a video of herself walking around NYC a few years back to call attention to male sexual harassment. Joyce Carol Oats had some old-left sensible observations to make about the racial makeup of the harassers, 98% black and Latino.

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    The buxom Jewish babe. FTFY
    , @Frau Katze
    Note how many of the tweets do not specify a respondent?

    If she’s responding to harassment, why not address the harasser?
    , @Pericles

    Sounds seedily similar to the buxom white babe who made a video of herself walking around NYC a few years back to call attention to male sexual harassment.

     

    Next episode: Walking around NYC with a MAGA hat.
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  11. Anonymous[241] • Disclaimer says:

    You might have been told over and over that Jeong’s tweets only seem bad because they’ve been taken out of context. Someone has taken it upon himself to finesse that context:

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    New Yorker food correspondent:

    https://twitter.com/hels/status/1025055745161748480

    In fact, of all the people on Twitter I've seen defending Jeong -- Helen Rosner, Jesse Singal, Matt Yglesias, Zack Beauchamp, and some guy not worth naming -- every one of them has been Jewish. What's up with that?
    , @Laugh Track

    Hilarious thread in which clown points out the context of all of Jeong's offending tweets… none of the contexts improving the substance of what was said, some of them making it worse. Lol https://t.co/8peKtyZR9R
     
    "Sorry that page does not exist." That's what I got when clicking on the link. I guess Twitter pulled the hilarious thread or something. Oh well.
    , @JamesG
    Your link leads to:

    Sorry, that page doesn’t exist!
     
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  12. anon[421] • Disclaimer says:
    @J1234

    “Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment,” The Times said in its statement. “For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers. She sees now that this approach only served to feed the vitriol that we too often see on social media."
     
    Same old spin from the NYT: Hatred from the left is "anger" and anger from the right is "hatred." Always.

    I like how even her “apology” is just another excuse to bash whites.

    I wonder if that would work for me. Like, if I were to say something like “I may have said some unkind things about the average level of black intelligence, but you have to understand. I only did it because black people are constantly saying stupid crap online.”, would that work?

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  13. Barnard says:
    @Thomas
    https://twitter.com/ElleArmageddon

    Her white "partner." I guess that explains where the Pokemon points for Harvard came from (not to mention the specific hatred of white men and the second-grade level potty mouth): a perfect fit for the "Journal of Law and Gender"

    To say that Twitter feed is anti-police is putting it mildly. Those tweets are from four years ago, it is possible she has moved on since then though, I don’t know you can assume that is Jeong’s current “partner.”

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    • Replies: @Bubba
    Glad you pointed out that those tweets are from 4 years ago - so she was 26 years old with a degree from Berkeley and in her last year at Harvard Law School (or had just graduated). Absent a traumatic brain injury, that makes her tweets even more outrageous. She's supposedly a mature adult (at age 26) and in a highly elite class of educated woman. Yet she insisted on letting the world know through Twitter that she is more vapid, stupid, filthy and vile than any ghetto rapper. I wouldn't hire her to clean toilets let alone write editorials.
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  14. Anonym says:

    If politics is downstream from culture, culture may well be downstream from iSteve.

    r/the_donald is currently in the throes of casting off “racist” and just going with anti-white, and it can be seen in the (600-1000 comment) threads on this very issue. Which is pretty funny, because only a few days ago there was a thread on (based) Michelle Malkin and there were some comments like “she could be my third wife!”. Whoever that was wouldn’t be cradle snatching, as Malkin was soaking up DR3 business 15 years ago or more.

    I can’t find the thread, but it seems that nearly every day they have some thread on “Based (non-white)” or “Look at this example of racist Drumpftard!” or ” “We came here LEGALLY” (paraphrasing).

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  15. 36 ulster says:

    Sarah Jeong seems to fit the NYT’s need for a three-fer, as she is (1) a female, (2) Oriental (I know–get over it), and, most unusual for an Oriental person (3) mildly retarded. I mean, her “scientific graphs” and comments fail to reach the level of self-parody and would offend the artistic sensibilities of your average Headstart denizen.

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    1. Yes,
    2. I'm over it,
    3. How do we know this for sure (that it's unusual, I mean?) I imagine most retarded children born in China are immediately drowned in the bathtub.
    , @Thomas
    Four-fer, if you count her apparent homosexuality.
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  16. Jason Liu says:

    And what are you ppl gonna do about it? Complain on the internet?

    The left can shame, deplatform and run their enemies out of jobs. How ’bout you?

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    • Agree: Desiderius
    • Replies: @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    "And what are you ppl gonna do about it? Complain on the internet?"

    Who's complaining? I want the Democratic Party and fakestream media to tip their hand.

    The Democratic Party snookers whites with its venerable "Party of the Working Class" myth, but it hasn't been the working man's party since the 1960s -- LBJ transformed the Democrats into the party of the lazy man via AFDC (which the Repubs and B.J. Clinton divvied up into TANF, food stamps, childcare credits, and a big mess of acronyms that accomplished nothing more than expanding the administrative state).

    There's this One Weird Race that is for the most part ashamed of cradle-to-grave welfare and that one weird race increasingly refuses to vote for the correct party. Voters not affiliated with that one weird race embrace victim mythologies -- such as the evil legacy of the slavery and muh colonialism -- that justify and make a virtue of cradle-to-grave welfare consumption. And in many cases the US welfare lifestyle is far superior to anything available in their native shitholes.

    So, over the decades, the Democratic Party inevitably became the White Genocide Party and Borders Are Racist Party. Open hatred of white people drowns out dispels the Democrat's "working man's party" myth.
    , @Spud Boy
    "And what are you ppl gonna do about it?"

    Are you aware of who's president?
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  17. Brabantian says: • Website

    What is even funnier in Sarah Jeong’s twitter contact history, is that she had some quite warm banter with Andrew Auernheimer aka Weev, the clever computer – hacker whiz, who co-runs Andrew Anglin’s ‘neo-Nazi’ Daily Stormer site …

    Weev is the brilliant guy who kept the Stormer online for the last year, cycling thru a whole series of domain names whilst under continual savage seizures of url names and hosting platforms, using Tor and web-to-Tor links and other work-arounds for their millions of readers in the interim

    Château Heartiste is speculating that Sarah Jeong is ‘Weev’s heartbroken waifu’ or at least wanted to bed him

    Also interesting in this tangle is that this man Weev who co-runs the ‘neo-nazi’ Daily Stormer, is Jewish

    Weev being Jewish, and co-running the world’s leading neo-nazi website (!), has led some to speculate that the Daily Stormer is actually intel-agency-run ‘controlled opposition’

    Weev apparently used to do pro-Israel hasbara propaganda. Weev got sent to US prison on hacking charges, then released with a ‘surprising legal victory’, upon which the formerly pro-Tel-Aviv propagandist began helping to run the Stormer

    Some say maybe the US & Israeli gov agencies set up the Stormer, in order to put anti-Zionist and race-spite material into such an extreme meme-cartoon form its effect is contained, plus the agencies get to track who is reading and commenting there

    Obviously tho a lot of people read the Weev’s Stormer … Stories first seen there often show up some hours or a day later on finance news mega-site ZeroHedge

    And Sarah Jeong is a fan of Weev!

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    Weev is not Jewish, you idiot.
    , @attilathehen
    Weev is Jewish. Jewish men date Asian women. I've always suspected the Daily Stormer is either supported by Jews and/or the US government.

    She can solve her white people problem by moving back to Korea.
    , @Intelligent Dasein

    Some say maybe the US & Israeli gov agencies set up the Stormer, in order to put anti-Zionist and race-spite material into such an extreme meme-cartoon form its effect is contained, plus the agencies get to track who is reading and commenting there.
     
    Andrew Anglin spent several months prior to the event heavily pumping the "Unite the Right" rally, which it now seems pretty clear was a psy-op full of staged incidents. The Daily Stormer forum was infested with sock puppets who would circle the wagons to get your posts flagged and deleted if you called one of them out. I do not trust Anglin and the idea that the Stormer was some kind of lark or setup seems, in my view, entirely believable.
    , @Altai
    Who needs the daily stormer? Half the 'alt-right' sites out there 'stand with Israel'. I think part of it is an attempt to stay on the good side with a more 'kosher' focus on Muslim immigration and focus on immigrant anti-semitism.

    Some too could just come from the general just world mentality. The Palestinians 'lost' and therefore they deserve more pain. Add to that people who just are dumb and see something as being more championed by the 'left' and since they're on the 'right' tribe, it must be opposed. (See global warming and Sean Hannity and Ann Coulters past attitudes to wars in the middle east.)
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  18. JimB says:

    Wow, Sarah Jeong — a South Korean — seems to have forgotten the ultimate sacrifice paid by 30,000 white men so she wouldn’t have to grow up in a backward shit hole run by Kim Jong-un. By her over the top comments about white men, I have no doubt that in her college past there is a white dude who dated her for about two weeks until he realized he had other ethnic options at the all-you-can-eat U.C. Berkeley homely chick buffet. Or maybe an old white professor who invited her upstairs to see his etchings, then dumped her at the end of the semester.

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  19. JackOH says:

    Steve, you’re cookin’ it, calling out the anti-White racism that’s endemic to our bloody American experience.

    Quick story: As a youngster, I was cool with the Black kids in the early to mid-60s. Willie P. and Jerry S. used to come to my house. We’d hang out, and they’d play the used drum kit my Mom had bought me. Wearing my Cub Scout uniform, I’d sell fund-raising candy bars in mostly Black neighborhoods where I knew some of the kids. One family invited me in where I saw pumpkin seeds (?) roasted and salted by the Black kids’ Mom. White kids hanging with Black kids just wasn’t a deal. Not too common, not a rarity, and not worth remarking upon.

    Then, something happened. I guessed as much when a Black kid I didn’t recognize and who was standing outside the Erie Street Market heaved a busted-up piece of cinder block at me for no reason at all. The block fell far short of me. That probably was no later than 1969, before I went to high school.

    That incident stuck with me. The only explanations I’ve come up with are criminal pathology on the Black kid’s part, and the “pseudo-legitimation” of anti-White feeling induced by civil rights legislation and Black riots.

    Keep rockin’ it, Steve.

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    My mother told me she played with black kids all the time growing up in rural Georgia during the Depression.

    One of the few photographs I have from her childhood was taken behind her house. There is a tin roof over the back porch -- and about twenty feet away is a boxcar on a railroad track.

    My mother and her friends were all poor, no matter what color they were.

    At one point, her father had to move the family to someplace where he could find work, so they ended up living in a tent on a wooden platform in some kind of camp for workers at a forestry company. My Mom heard her sister being born on the other side of a canvas wall in that tent.

    That's some of the white privilege in my family history.

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  20. @Thomas
    https://twitter.com/ElleArmageddon

    Her white "partner." I guess that explains where the Pokemon points for Harvard came from (not to mention the specific hatred of white men and the second-grade level potty mouth): a perfect fit for the "Journal of Law and Gender"

    ‘Her white “partner.” I guess that explains where the Pokemon points for Harvard came from (not to mention the specific hatred of white men and the second-grade level potty mouth): a perfect fit for the “Journal of Law and Gender.”’

    She’s reasonably cute. I’m certain she’s infected dozens of geeky White guys with the yellow fever. And I’m certain their awkward ardor begat disgust — “Groveling goblins” is apt.

    I’m surprised she’s a lickalottapuss. To paraphrase Napoleon Dynamite:

    I see you have a girlfriend. Is that because you think you’re ugly? Because you’re not. You could have a boyfriend.

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    She’s reasonably cute.
     
    There is no accounting for taste. For a pre-plastic surgery Korean woman, Jeong is downright homely. Any pie-faced fat white incel programmer who settled for her doesn't know his true market value. Korean women are some of the most looks obsessed in the world, and nothing triggers their rage like a better looking woman, Korean or otherwise. And they are all in the market for a white guy. Any white guy.
    , @Prof. Woland
    My parents were born in the late 1920's; my dad in the deep South and my mother in Newark, NJ which meant they both lived around blacks from when they were very young. Ironically, my southern red-neck father was far more comfortable than my patrician wasp mother who had no trouble vacating Newark.

    By moving to the whitest of white suburbs, they though they could isolate my brothers and I from the wayward Negros that they had to contend with, but alas, here we are again only this time there is nowhere nice to run to again.
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  21. I have been assured by EliteCommie, Thomm (aka Shiva), and Corvinus that systemic hate against whites is purely a figment of my overactive, paranoid imagination, and that I should take the advice of Yan Shen And Lind Dihn, and lie back and think of hordes of Asian worker bees planting their seeds in my magic dirt.

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    This guy gets it.
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  22. gp says:
    @Thomas
    I'm actually rather surprised that a graduate of Berkeley and Harvard Law School was this direct and crass about "dumbass fucking white people," rather than wrapping it in pseudo-intellectual koanic fluff about "people who think they are white," or "privilege," or "the patriarchy." I guess Twitter lets out the raw id in anybody, if they're not careful.

    Jeong attended the University of California Berkeley and Harvard Law School, where she was editor of Harvard Journal of Law & Gender.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Jeong#Early_life

    Hmm. Maybe there is actually a way for Asians to earn some admissions Pokemon points from Harvard. Yay for them, I guess.

    “I’m actually rather surprised that a graduate of Berkeley and Harvard Law School was this direct and crass” She hasn’t the maturity of her 46 years, that’s for sure. If her banal tweets are any indication of how sloppily she really thinks and writes, she simply isn’t qualified for the editorial board of NYT.

    She’s free to hate whites, which she undeniably does. The REAL story here is that the NYT hired her for no other reason than to slap half the nation in the face. The press hates our living guts, thinks we’re a bunch of illiterate deplorable rubes of lower caste than them, and now they are openly glorying in that posture. It really is outrageous. It is provocation.

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  23. @J1234

    “Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment,” The Times said in its statement. “For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers. She sees now that this approach only served to feed the vitriol that we too often see on social media."
     
    Same old spin from the NYT: Hatred from the left is "anger" and anger from the right is "hatred." Always.

    Hatred from the left is “anger” and anger from the right is “hatred.”

    Not just anger–even lack of effusive enthusiasm from the right is hatred.

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  24. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Massimo Heitor
    Ms Jeong's twitter highlights: https://twitter.com/ArminNavabi/status/1025015489729196032

    In a more reasonable world, the most prestigious, official voices would condemn Ms. Jeong and condemn the NYT and lower their status. However, the left really has controlled that process.

    This reminds me of a recent slatestarcodex post. One highlight:

    Even though a movement is widely discussed, its ideas never penetrate to anywhere they might actually have power. Even though it has charismatic leaders, they have to resort to low-prestige decentralized people-power to get their message across, while their opponents preach against them from the airwaves and pulpits and universities.

    The left, and the anti-white racists are quite comfortable preaching from the heights of government, the most prestigious universities, and the most esteemed op-ed journals, while the charismatic, well written voices of the opposition, like Steve Sailer, or the IDW types, have been outcast and speak through obscure outlets like unz.com and rely on decentralized crowd funding.

    http://slatestarcodex.com/2018/05/23/can-things-be-both-popular-and-silenced/

    Jeong wouldn’t be an issue at all — I pretty much am a subterranean goblin — except for these same people making this sort of thing an issue, often on far weaker evidence, and normally with a qualifed person losing their job.
    But let’s take a moment to remind you that “Russian” trolls on social media are trying to “divide” us.

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  25. Corvinus says:

    “Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment,” The Times said in its statement. “For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers. She sees now that this approach only served to feed the vitriol that we too often see on social media.” …

    Of course the NYT is being hypocritical here, who is doubling down with their support for an Asian SJW. Oy, oy, oy. But she is the NYT’s “house n—–”, similar to the Alt Right who manipulates, I mean supports, the Cernovich’s, Milo’s, and Jack Donovan’s of the world. ALL serve as useful idiots in the extremist sandbox. Don’t play nice, kids.

    “They were soon picked by right-wing websites like The Gateway Pundit, The Daily Caller and The Federalist. Ms. Jeong also received support from people who said her tweets had been taken out of context and questioned the motives behind those who had resurfaced them.”

    No, the only context here is that she relishes in pushing the envelope with stereotypical aplomb just like Ann Coulter with her over the top rhetoric. Basically, the NYT is a throwing a chopstick to one group of its viewership by saying “F— you” to the Alt Right crazies. No different than Fox News who employs serial wife cheater Newt Gringrich and the aforementioned childless Coulter, or Mr. Unz who enables the Giraldi’s and Mercer’s of the world to showcase their flowery language when, shall we politely say, showing their displeasure of Jews.

    “This is why the press keeps pushing endless hate hoaxes.”

    Not endless. In some cases, there have been “hate crimes” that have been made up. Of course, the culprits should be, and have been, prosecuted for their obvious deceit, but their chicanery only serves to discount the experiences of those individuals who have been actual victims of such acts. Although, I am not a fan of such “hate crime” legislation with federal or state statutory “enhancers”.

    “Shameful antiwhite racist libels are the KKKrazy Glue that holds together the Democratic coalition.”

    If we assume this premise to be true, then it is no different than the Jewrilla Tape that binds the “Republican coalition” at the hip:

    the absolute Trump fanatics (those people who totally believe he cannot do ANYTHING wrong)
    the remnants of the Tea Party
    the white nationalists
    the neo-Nazis
    the Alt Right
    and my personal fav, the Q-Anon conspiracy theorists.**

    **Why doesn’t our intrepid host do some NOTICING here? I mean, Trump was secretly recruited years ago and is allegedly working with his own team to remove the scourge of Sh-tlery and her merry band of meanies. By October of this year, we have been promised with indictments by the DOJ and the draining of the Swamp, from Hollywood to D.C., once and for all!

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    About 400 words of "Muh morull eckwivulunce.

    Yawn. Go back to popping bubble wrap, troll.
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  26. Anonymous[241] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    You might have been told over and over that Jeong's tweets only seem bad because they've been taken out of context. Someone has taken it upon himself to finesse that context:

    https://twitter.com/TheIllegit/status/1025130252698148864

    This is what their high verbal IQ was selected for.

    New Yorker food correspondent:

    In fact, of all the people on Twitter I’ve seen defending Jeong — Helen Rosner, Jesse Singal, Matt Yglesias, Zack Beauchamp, and some guy not worth naming — every one of them has been Jewish. What’s up with that?

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    In fact, of all the people on Twitter I’ve seen defending Jeong — Helen Rosner, Jesse Singal, Matt Yglesias, Zack Beauchamp, and some guy not worth naming — every one of them has been Jewish. What’s up with that?

    Jeong is the patsy. Via Buffett:

    As they say in poker, “If you've been in the game 30 minutes and you don't know who the patsy is, you're the patsy.”
     
    , @Harry Baldwin
    That's a good example of a progressive using the "where did you even hear about that" fall-back position when their anti-white hatred is exposed.

    Similarly, if in a discussion about rape you would point out that according to FBI crime statistics less than one percent of interracial rape is white-on-black, a progressive would answer, "Only a racist would even know something like that."

    I've also heard the "You probably heard that on Fox News" or "You probably got that from Rush Limbaugh" response. The substance need not be addressed if the source is disdained by the left.
    , @Anon
    Eh, the Jewish guys and the lesbian Jews at the Times just got a bit of Yellow Fever, that's all.

    Hiring a woman at the Times is not just a way of acquiring a writer, it's a way of getting a date.
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  27. @36 ulster
    Sarah Jeong seems to fit the NYT's need for a three-fer, as she is (1) a female, (2) Oriental (I know--get over it), and, most unusual for an Oriental person (3) mildly retarded. I mean, her "scientific graphs" and comments fail to reach the level of self-parody and would offend the artistic sensibilities of your average Headstart denizen.

    1. Yes,
    2. I’m over it,
    3. How do we know this for sure (that it’s unusual, I mean?) I imagine most retarded children born in China are immediately drowned in the bathtub.

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    I imagine most retarded children born in China are immediately drowned in the bathtub.

     

    I get the impression that nowadays they are handed over to international adoption agencies.
    , @anon
    She's from S. Korea not China. Two different countries.
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  28. J.Ross says: • Website
    @J1234

    “Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment,” The Times said in its statement. “For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers. She sees now that this approach only served to feed the vitriol that we too often see on social media."
     
    Same old spin from the NYT: Hatred from the left is "anger" and anger from the right is "hatred." Always.

    One of the most curiously reliable observations about antifa shills on 4chan is they have cartoon-Tourette’s syndrome. They cannot comment on anything without profane insults. One recently said:
    I’m not even a leftist I’m just against that racist Trump and his pedophile supporters like a normal person.
    This was in response to people picking up on him being a screamigly obvious leftist who couldn’t comment without calling people obscene names.
    >but it’s 4chan
    Yeah yeah, but off /b/ it is normal to have normal conversations. These activists were given a very rough understanding of how the site works when they are assigned to troll it, and now that makes them stand out. They are all like that guy who beat Jenny in Forrest Gump, sputtering rage and the f-word.

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  29. “Sarah Jeong spreading mindless hate against white men advances the career prospects of non-white-men such as, to take one example, Sarah Jeong.”

    Though a lot of white women rely on Uncle Samantha as a surrogate father/husband, they also tend to have white fathers, grandfathers, uncles, cousins, brothers, boyfriends, etc. Open hatred for their white loved ones drives them into the big burly arms of the GOP. Keep it up, Democratic rocket surgeons.

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    If only the GOP had our interests at heart, we could be encouraged by that.
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  30. Thomas says:
    @36 ulster
    Sarah Jeong seems to fit the NYT's need for a three-fer, as she is (1) a female, (2) Oriental (I know--get over it), and, most unusual for an Oriental person (3) mildly retarded. I mean, her "scientific graphs" and comments fail to reach the level of self-parody and would offend the artistic sensibilities of your average Headstart denizen.

    Four-fer, if you count her apparent homosexuality.

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    What made to comment clever was not using that as #3.
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  31. anon[348] • Disclaimer says:

    Sarah Jeong is showing herself as a dumb SJW and nothing more. Her repulsive tweets make herself, her co-ethnics(incl. me), Berkeley, Harvard Law and now the NYTimes look bad. The excuse that she was somehow “provoked” into sending those tweets are just weak. With her educational background she should’ve shown more class and tact. Instead she simply showed what a classless racist lunatic she really is. I don’t know how anyone of any right mind could ever take her seriously.

    This is just another reason why I no longer read the NYTimes, they have no credibility left.

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    "The excuse that she was somehow “provoked” into sending those tweets are just weak."

    She says she was responding in kind. So, are we to believe that white people were tweeting her with messages like 'I want to harass and torment old Asian people?'

    And what was her tweet about BREAKING BAD about? What was the context? It just sounds gratuitously hostile.

    And speaking of white people not breeding, East Asian birthrates are even lower in the East and West.
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  32. Anonymous[484] • Disclaimer says:

    Why is no one talking about the direct corollary in the hiring and firing of white journalist Quinn Norton?

    She had used the terms “fag” and “tard” on 4chan as part of her beat, most likely as suffixes, and certainly not with any prejudice or animosity. And she admitted being friends with Weev during his hacktivist days. For these alone she was fired the same day she was hired to the NYT editorial board.

    No one is saying the name Quinn Norton but they should. Her “crimes” were far less egregious than Jeong’s and perfectly highlight the double standard, and the fact that the Times doesn’t actually care about free speech or second chances or any other phony cant. They are anti-white.

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    Exactly. Quinn Norton is the apt conterexample, better than Khan. It's recent and she's a woman. She wrote "bigoted" stuff that was done in a "context" that might have given her an out, and she wrote less of it than Jeong. The only difference was that she was not being anti-white.

    https://www.wired.com/story/the-ny-times-fires-tech-writer-quinn-norton-and-its-complicated/


    As my colleague Steven Levy wrote, “She’s no racist or Nazi sympathizer. She’s a smart edgy writer whose tweets are too easily taken out of context.”
     
    Norton seems to be taking it in stride.

    I don't think @nytopinion made the right call firing me, though I understand that they panicked, and don't bear them ill-will, at all, really. But I hoped they have learned to only fire people for cause, not social media fishing for out of context tweets, & stand by @sarahjeong.
     
    https://twitter.com/quinnnorton/status/1025022002866921473
    Jeong may be a concession to the Times' own Asian writers after the Bari Weiss "immigrants get the job done" kerfluffle.
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  33. Ibound1 says:

    The NY Times claims this is “satire?

    “Dumba** f**king white people marking up the internet with their opinions like dogs p**sing on fire hydrants“

    That’s not exactly Swift.

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  34. anon[348] • Disclaimer says:

    But she is the NYT’s “house n—–”

    Well put. That’s exactly what she is.

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  35. Well golly, maybe Unz.com could get a young female to respond to her.

    What am I saying, there has never been a young female writer at Unz.com ever. Maybe they have the cooties?

    I tell you it’s a whole different sex.

    It’s not that there aren’t any young females on the right or even on the alt-right. Kinda creepy to have a whole bunch of old men making comments about a young woman.

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    It’s not that there aren’t any young females on the right or even on the alt-right. Kinda creepy to have a whole bunch of old men making comments about a young woman.
     
    Would it help if I throw in my two cents?

    I am very grateful for this woman. We'll get a lot of mileage out of this case. White people, women included, don't like double standards.
    , @L Woods
    Tedious. So tedious.
    , @Johnny Smoggins
    "What am I saying, there has never been a young female writer at Unz.com ever. Maybe they have the cooties?"



    No, it's because 99.9999% of the time, young women aren't worth listening to.
    , @Pericles

    Well golly, maybe Unz.com could get a young female to respond to her.

     

    Lol, so what Unz.com really needs is quotas. Thanks for the piercing observation, anony-rat.
    , @Frau Katze
    I’m female but not young.

    I find these tweets not just offensive but also an indication of very poor judgment.

    They’re not all “responses” to harassment. Some of the worst one contain no respondent and appear to target all readers.

    NYT is showing poor judgement too.

    I keep a subscription just to keep track of them (know your enemy). I could write a letter to the editor. Comments were not turned on for their short piece defending her.
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  36. @Corvinus
    “Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment,” The Times said in its statement. “For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers. She sees now that this approach only served to feed the vitriol that we too often see on social media.” …

    Of course the NYT is being hypocritical here, who is doubling down with their support for an Asian SJW. Oy, oy, oy. But she is the NYT's "house n-----", similar to the Alt Right who manipulates, I mean supports, the Cernovich's, Milo's, and Jack Donovan's of the world. ALL serve as useful idiots in the extremist sandbox. Don't play nice, kids.

    "They were soon picked by right-wing websites like The Gateway Pundit, The Daily Caller and The Federalist. Ms. Jeong also received support from people who said her tweets had been taken out of context and questioned the motives behind those who had resurfaced them."

    No, the only context here is that she relishes in pushing the envelope with stereotypical aplomb just like Ann Coulter with her over the top rhetoric. Basically, the NYT is a throwing a chopstick to one group of its viewership by saying "F--- you" to the Alt Right crazies. No different than Fox News who employs serial wife cheater Newt Gringrich and the aforementioned childless Coulter, or Mr. Unz who enables the Giraldi's and Mercer's of the world to showcase their flowery language when, shall we politely say, showing their displeasure of Jews.

    "This is why the press keeps pushing endless hate hoaxes."

    Not endless. In some cases, there have been "hate crimes" that have been made up. Of course, the culprits should be, and have been, prosecuted for their obvious deceit, but their chicanery only serves to discount the experiences of those individuals who have been actual victims of such acts. Although, I am not a fan of such "hate crime" legislation with federal or state statutory "enhancers".

    "Shameful antiwhite racist libels are the KKKrazy Glue that holds together the Democratic coalition."

    If we assume this premise to be true, then it is no different than the Jewrilla Tape that binds the "Republican coalition" at the hip:

    the absolute Trump fanatics (those people who totally believe he cannot do ANYTHING wrong)
    the remnants of the Tea Party
    the white nationalists
    the neo-Nazis
    the Alt Right
    and my personal fav, the Q-Anon conspiracy theorists.**

    **Why doesn't our intrepid host do some NOTICING here? I mean, Trump was secretly recruited years ago and is allegedly working with his own team to remove the scourge of Sh-tlery and her merry band of meanies. By October of this year, we have been promised with indictments by the DOJ and the draining of the Swamp, from Hollywood to D.C., once and for all!

    About 400 words of “Muh morull eckwivulunce.

    Yawn. Go back to popping bubble wrap, troll.

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  37. anon[348] • Disclaimer says:

    Hatred from the left is “anger” and anger from the right is “hatred.” Always.

    Brilliant! Love it.

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  38. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    The black guy attacked the white person not simply for ‘being white’ but ‘being white and weaker than blacks’.

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    The black guy attacked the white person not simply for ‘being white’ but ‘being white and weaker than blacks’.
     
    And unarmed.
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  39. >There was soon an outcry on right-wing websites over tweets Ms. Jeong wrote from 2013 to early 2015, which referred to white people with terms like “groveling goblins” and “dogs.”

    Her anti-white tweets continued after this. For example, on July 26, 2016, she tweeted “fuck white women lol”.

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    Her anti-white tweets continued after this. For example, on July 26, 2016, she tweeted “fuck white women lol”.

    Wait... if white women are Beckys, what is Jeong who appropriates Western Name 'sarah'?
    Bucky for buck-toothed?
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  40. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    How about properly using the term racist.

    As the only true race-ist, I’m offended the misuse of the term.

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  41. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @sleeping noticer
    >There was soon an outcry on right-wing websites over tweets Ms. Jeong wrote from 2013 to early 2015, which referred to white people with terms like “groveling goblins” and “dogs.”

    Her anti-white tweets continued after this. For example, on July 26, 2016, she tweeted "fuck white women lol".

    Her anti-white tweets continued after this. For example, on July 26, 2016, she tweeted “fuck white women lol”.

    Wait… if white women are Beckys, what is Jeong who appropriates Western Name ‘sarah’?
    Bucky for buck-toothed?

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  43. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    The great irony is she’s imitating white people in the colleges she attended.

    Ivies are filled with anti-white Jews and ‘good white’ cucky-wucks who think they are so goody good cuz they attack other whites. So, Jeong’s anti-whiteness is really just imitation of Jewish anti-whiteness and white cucky-wuck self-hatred. But I’m sure she’s oppose to identity and nationhood of her own kind. She’s a globalist with red/green hair.

    She imitates and follow the Narrative that says everything bad must be traced back to whites. It’s a game taught to kids from cradle. As long as whites allowed Jews to create a New Narrative and played cucky-wuck by hailing Diversity while attacking even the slightest vestige of white identity, people like Jeong will be dime-a-dozen.
    I don’t think her anti-whiteness is grounded in envy of white achievement or any of that. If anything, Asians were far more backward vis-a-vis the White West than they are now. But they were more admiring because whites admired themselves back then.

    Asians follow whites. If whites feel proud and admire their own civilization, Asians will follow. If whites hate whiteness, Asians will hate whiteness too. In essence, Jeong’s anti-whiteness obeys the logic of white self-hatred. After all, what chance would she have in the elite world if she said positive things about white civilization? Even whites at the top would shun her as ‘model minority uncle tom’ character. White masochists turned idiots like Jeong into dominatrix.

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    After all, what chance would she have in the elite world if she said positive things about white civilization? Even whites at the top would shun her as ‘model minority uncle tom’ character.

    You nailed it.
    , @Anonymous
    She's evil, but she's not stupid. Like many of her kind she's expert at figuring how to rise toward the top, by toadying up to the Ruling Class and flying the colors high, which means hating the ones who aren't colored. It's why many people have warned against letting too many Asians into your country. They evince the garden-variety anti-white hatred of other third-worlders, but they're more cunning.
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  44. Matra says:

    What would be more interesting to know than her anti-white feelings would be the ethnic & religious background(s) of the people who hired her despite knowing of these tweets. Let’s just say I have an inkling about that.

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  45. Anonym says:
    @Anonymous
    New Yorker food correspondent:

    https://twitter.com/hels/status/1025055745161748480

    In fact, of all the people on Twitter I've seen defending Jeong -- Helen Rosner, Jesse Singal, Matt Yglesias, Zack Beauchamp, and some guy not worth naming -- every one of them has been Jewish. What's up with that?

    In fact, of all the people on Twitter I’ve seen defending Jeong — Helen Rosner, Jesse Singal, Matt Yglesias, Zack Beauchamp, and some guy not worth naming — every one of them has been Jewish. What’s up with that?

    Jeong is the patsy. Via Buffett:

    As they say in poker, “If you’ve been in the game 30 minutes and you don’t know who the patsy is, you’re the patsy.”

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    Absolutely she’s a patsy. She gets to deflect the anger of Whites towards the Asians and away from the Jews, who by the way, will continue to make sure they run the Ivy League while the Asians get shut out.
    , @Thomas

    Jeong is the patsy.
     
    Better still: the golem.
    , @Anonymous
    Perhaps this is a data point about her awareness of who her masters are:

    The dog that didn't bark (and so was not eaten) is the Harvard Asian discrimination thing. Jeong hasn't Tweeted anything about it from what I can see. Not even a predictable "Right-wingers trying to divide PoC".

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  46. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @Thomas
    I'm actually rather surprised that a graduate of Berkeley and Harvard Law School was this direct and crass about "dumbass fucking white people," rather than wrapping it in pseudo-intellectual koanic fluff about "people who think they are white," or "privilege," or "the patriarchy." I guess Twitter lets out the raw id in anybody, if they're not careful.

    Jeong attended the University of California Berkeley and Harvard Law School, where she was editor of Harvard Journal of Law & Gender.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Jeong#Early_life

    Hmm. Maybe there is actually a way for Asians to earn some admissions Pokemon points from Harvard. Yay for them, I guess.

    I’m actually rather surprised that a graduate of Berkeley and Harvard Law School was this direct and crass about “dumbass fucking white people,”

    One would think so, but law schools are filled with very crass people. Remember that dufus David Schraub? His logic in this article really made me wonder about the kind of people who teach law.

    http://www.tabletmag.com/scroll/228149/yes-the-jew-who-called-in-bomb-threats-was-anti-semitic

    Some psycho Jewish comes up with fake threats to defame white Christians or white Nationalists, but he is an ‘anti-semite’ who targeted Jews, so says Schraub.

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  47. It’s for things like this that I will never stop cheering on Trump’s war on “Fake News”. He’s doing his part and the rest of us have to do ours. Having them called out here at Unz.com helps a lot.

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  48. Anon[106] • Disclaimer says:

    Realism check. The Times wants to be able to brag about how they have a diverse masthead, but almost all their writers are Jews or traitorous whites. They’re uncomfortable about this. But blacks and Hispanics tend to have poor writing skills, so they can’t find anyone of that ilk up to the professional standards of the Times. Therefore, that meant an Asian, but not just any Asian. She had to be a militant SJW if she was going to spout all the propaganda without being ordered to do it all the time by an editor.

    It used to be that scheming careerists watched their mouths. But it honestly looks to me that the NYT hired her because of her racist tweets. A lot of Asians watch their mouths because it might hurt their careers, and I doubt this sort of person would have served the Times very well in promoting a militant liberal agenda. What the Times wanted was a firebomb. They were deliberately looking for a very aggressive and radical Asian to be on their staff.

    My own suspicion is that they have inadvertently hired a Dragon Lady. She’s going to be backstabbing and climbing over all the Jews on the staff in a very hardcore way pretty soon. She’ll try to seduce some powerful Jewish guy in the Times organization, and she’ll end up running the newsroom from behind the throne.

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    My own suspicion is that they have inadvertently hired a Dragon Lady. She’s going to be backstabbing and climbing over all the Jews on the staff in a very hardcore way pretty soon. She’ll try to seduce some powerful Jewish guy in the Times organization, and she’ll end up running the newsroom from behind the throne.

    I dunno. She doesn't strike me as Princess Dragon Mom material.

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

    She seems more like a dog. When a dog barks, never mind the dog. It has no mind of its own. Ask WHO is the master who trained it to bark and at whom.

    I suspect she never said anything untoward about the Tribe or Israel. Btw, did the NYT ever have a Palestinian on its editorial board?

    Conservatives thought Asian immigrants would turn conservative. How wrong... yet how right too. They were wrong because these Asians, esp elites, turned anti-white and proggy. But one facet of conservatism is sucking up to the rich, the powerful, and conforming to hierarchy. And Jeong certainly did that. She studied hard and learned all the elite globo-catechisms to be admitted into the Ivory Tower.
    The 'conservative' way can easily lead to the proggy way if PC is dominant at top. This can be said for Conservatism Inc. So slavish to Jewish power, it couldn't even say NO to 'gay marriage' because the Power wanted it. Charles Murray folded too, and Ross Douthat that pathetic dork begged for 'terms for surrender'.
    , @TheBoom
    It is amusing seeing both the Left and the Right (case in point the otherwise astute Derbyshire) think that they can form alliances with Asians. Each tribe of Asians feels superior to and more entitled than every other tribe including other Asians. Their only loyalty in towards their families and secondarily to their tribe and own Asian country. They will never be concerned about the welfare of other races or countries where they are a minority. I say this as someone who lives in Asia
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  49. Well, I already believed that the New York Times is a poisonous den of race and gender activists, so someone who genuinely hates white males would fit right in. But does she?

    She wrote a book called “The Internet of Garbage”, about online abuse, doxxing, and so forth. I haven’t read it, but apparently she’s actually interested in alleviating the problem, not just documenting it.

    I can imagine that involving yourself in investigating the troll life would make you a target of attacks, including attacks based on race and sex, and that you might get sick of it, and return the favor for a while. That’s just human nature.

    No-one seems to have written the definitive account of the life of Sarah Jeong yet, but looking at interviews, I have noticed a few things:

    “I grew up in a very religious, very conservative household, and went to a very religious, very conservative high school. And I am presently not at all religious or conservative.”

    And: she came to the US when she was 3, with her parents, from South Korea; she graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014 (at age 26?); but only became an American citizen in 2017.

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    And: she came to the US when she was 3, with her parents, from South Korea; she graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014 (at age 26?); but only became an American citizen in 2017.
     
    Admitting hostile aliens for settlement, whether they’re knocking down buildings in Manhattan, or knocking the rest of us from buildings in Manhattan, is exhibit number infinity in “How You Get Trump.”

    (And yes I know Times columnists aren’t actually in the building. Metaphor / metonym.)

    , @Jack D

    I can imagine that involving yourself in investigating the troll life would make you a target of attacks, including attacks based on race and sex, and that you might get sick of it, and return the favor for a while. That’s just human nature.
     
    #1 - Can we see her racist posts in context? She says that's what they were, but I've seen no evidence.

    #2 White "racists" are not permitted to offer excuses for what they say. They are instantly thrown overboard at the first sign of racism. They do not last a day. Sarah's excuse would not fly. Saying it was a joke would not fly. Nothing would fly. Saying something racist for a white person is literally inexcusable. And no one will defend you, not even your friends on the "respectable right". Anyone who defends you is himself a racist. You don't want to be a racist, do you?

    Somehow the same rules do not apply for Sarah.

    The right should learn from this. Alinsky said to make the other side live up to their book of rules. They have now announced a new rule - it's ok to say racist things if you were provoked. You get a free pass if you were provoked. Remember this rule the next time they try to throw a white person overboard because we are supposed to have one set of rules for everyone in this country.
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  50. @Brabantian
    What is even funnier in Sarah Jeong's twitter contact history, is that she had some quite warm banter with Andrew Auernheimer aka Weev, the clever computer - hacker whiz, who co-runs Andrew Anglin's 'neo-Nazi' Daily Stormer site ...

    Weev is the brilliant guy who kept the Stormer online for the last year, cycling thru a whole series of domain names whilst under continual savage seizures of url names and hosting platforms, using Tor and web-to-Tor links and other work-arounds for their millions of readers in the interim

    Château Heartiste is speculating that Sarah Jeong is 'Weev's heartbroken waifu' or at least wanted to bed him

    Also interesting in this tangle is that this man Weev who co-runs the 'neo-nazi' Daily Stormer, is Jewish

    Weev being Jewish, and co-running the world's leading neo-nazi website (!), has led some to speculate that the Daily Stormer is actually intel-agency-run 'controlled opposition'

    Weev apparently used to do pro-Israel hasbara propaganda. Weev got sent to US prison on hacking charges, then released with a 'surprising legal victory', upon which the formerly pro-Tel-Aviv propagandist began helping to run the Stormer

    Some say maybe the US & Israeli gov agencies set up the Stormer, in order to put anti-Zionist and race-spite material into such an extreme meme-cartoon form its effect is contained, plus the agencies get to track who is reading and commenting there

    Obviously tho a lot of people read the Weev's Stormer ... Stories first seen there often show up some hours or a day later on finance news mega-site ZeroHedge

    And Sarah Jeong is a fan of Weev!

    Weev is not Jewish, you idiot.

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  51. @Anonymous
    New Yorker food correspondent:

    https://twitter.com/hels/status/1025055745161748480

    In fact, of all the people on Twitter I've seen defending Jeong -- Helen Rosner, Jesse Singal, Matt Yglesias, Zack Beauchamp, and some guy not worth naming -- every one of them has been Jewish. What's up with that?

    That’s a good example of a progressive using the “where did you even hear about that” fall-back position when their anti-white hatred is exposed.

    Similarly, if in a discussion about rape you would point out that according to FBI crime statistics less than one percent of interracial rape is white-on-black, a progressive would answer, “Only a racist would even know something like that.”

    I’ve also heard the “You probably heard that on Fox News” or “You probably got that from Rush Limbaugh” response. The substance need not be addressed if the source is disdained by the left.

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    “Only a racist would even know something like that.”
     
    Bingo. I mean, how could you, we can't even.

    They don't just say it. They believe it.
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  52. Yet again, the media insists the real story is “conservatives pounce!”

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  53. The Z Blog says: • Website

    Sloppy Williamson to the rescue: https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/sarah-jeong-twitter-new-york-times-hire-who-it-wants/

    Funny how their principles always result in losing. Total coincidence, I’m sure.

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    Technology writer Quinn Norton, who was hired and fired by the NYT, does the same thing in a tweet, sticking up for Sarah Jeong:

    https://twitter.com/quinnnorton/status/1025022002866921473
    , @MEH 0910
    From the Kevin Williamson piece:

    I assume that the editors of the Times knew exactly who and what Jeong was when they hired her. If not, then it isn’t Jeong who needs to be fired — it’s the negligent people who hired her.
     
    Heh, that could be taken as a shot by Williamson at Jeffrey Goldberg at The Atlantic, who hired and fired Williamson.
    , @Corvinus
    Off topic, but relevant to the statement at hand...

    "Funny how their principles always result in losing. Total coincidence, I’m sure."

    Speaking of principles, or lack thereof on your part, you had made the claim on a previous thread that Martin Luther, the 95 Theses guy, was a pedophile. That's a substantial charge. So, are you going to actually address it, or just simply bow out and lose?"
    , @Ian M.
    Not to mention, Williamson's own employer, National Review, terminated its relationship with John Derbyshire over his 'racist' article a few years back.

    Who can forget how back then Williamson famously was all in high dudgeon and courageously excoriated his own employer for not resisting the social-media mob campaign to have Derbyshire dismissed.

    That's what happened, right?
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  54. Lmao steve you woman, whimming my posts.

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  55. @Thomas
    Four-fer, if you count her apparent homosexuality.

    What made to comment clever was not using that as #3.

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  56. @Anonym
    In fact, of all the people on Twitter I’ve seen defending Jeong — Helen Rosner, Jesse Singal, Matt Yglesias, Zack Beauchamp, and some guy not worth naming — every one of them has been Jewish. What’s up with that?

    Jeong is the patsy. Via Buffett:

    As they say in poker, “If you've been in the game 30 minutes and you don't know who the patsy is, you're the patsy.”
     

    Absolutely she’s a patsy. She gets to deflect the anger of Whites towards the Asians and away from the Jews, who by the way, will continue to make sure they run the Ivy League while the Asians get shut out.

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    Oceania was at war with Eastasia. Oceania had always been at war with Eastasia.
     
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  57. Anon[106] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    New Yorker food correspondent:

    https://twitter.com/hels/status/1025055745161748480

    In fact, of all the people on Twitter I've seen defending Jeong -- Helen Rosner, Jesse Singal, Matt Yglesias, Zack Beauchamp, and some guy not worth naming -- every one of them has been Jewish. What's up with that?

    Eh, the Jewish guys and the lesbian Jews at the Times just got a bit of Yellow Fever, that’s all.

    Hiring a woman at the Times is not just a way of acquiring a writer, it’s a way of getting a date.

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  58. Thomas says:
    @Anonym
    In fact, of all the people on Twitter I’ve seen defending Jeong — Helen Rosner, Jesse Singal, Matt Yglesias, Zack Beauchamp, and some guy not worth naming — every one of them has been Jewish. What’s up with that?

    Jeong is the patsy. Via Buffett:

    As they say in poker, “If you've been in the game 30 minutes and you don't know who the patsy is, you're the patsy.”
     

    Jeong is the patsy.

    Better still: the golem.

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  59. @Anon
    The great irony is she's imitating white people in the colleges she attended.

    Ivies are filled with anti-white Jews and 'good white' cucky-wucks who think they are so goody good cuz they attack other whites. So, Jeong's anti-whiteness is really just imitation of Jewish anti-whiteness and white cucky-wuck self-hatred. But I'm sure she's oppose to identity and nationhood of her own kind. She's a globalist with red/green hair.

    She imitates and follow the Narrative that says everything bad must be traced back to whites. It's a game taught to kids from cradle. As long as whites allowed Jews to create a New Narrative and played cucky-wuck by hailing Diversity while attacking even the slightest vestige of white identity, people like Jeong will be dime-a-dozen.
    I don't think her anti-whiteness is grounded in envy of white achievement or any of that. If anything, Asians were far more backward vis-a-vis the White West than they are now. But they were more admiring because whites admired themselves back then.

    Asians follow whites. If whites feel proud and admire their own civilization, Asians will follow. If whites hate whiteness, Asians will hate whiteness too. In essence, Jeong's anti-whiteness obeys the logic of white self-hatred. After all, what chance would she have in the elite world if she said positive things about white civilization? Even whites at the top would shun her as 'model minority uncle tom' character. White masochists turned idiots like Jeong into dominatrix.

    After all, what chance would she have in the elite world if she said positive things about white civilization? Even whites at the top would shun her as ‘model minority uncle tom’ character.

    You nailed it.

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  60. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
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    https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2015-04/15/11/enhanced/webdr04/original-1550-1429112515-28.jpg?downsize=715:*&output-format=auto&output-quality=auto
     
    If you get rid of the extra jazz in the URL after jpg, the picture will appear on Unz:

    https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2015-04/15/11/enhanced/webdr04/original-1550-1429112515-28.jpg
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  61. dr kill says:
    @anon
    I think it's funny how the New York Times does this, and then still pretends that Trump voters are crazy for thinking that the media is their enemy.

    When they hire someone who explicitly says that they're the enemy, it's hard to believe that they're genuinely mystified when people believe them.

    Man, that’s what I was thinking. Damn I’m glad I gave up reading the NYT. My 10 bucks a week doesn’t mean squat, except it does.

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  62. JimB says:
    @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    'Her white “partner.” I guess that explains where the Pokemon points for Harvard came from (not to mention the specific hatred of white men and the second-grade level potty mouth): a perfect fit for the “Journal of Law and Gender.”'

    She's reasonably cute. I'm certain she's infected dozens of geeky White guys with the yellow fever. And I'm certain their awkward ardor begat disgust -- "Groveling goblins" is apt.

    I'm surprised she's a lickalottapuss. To paraphrase Napoleon Dynamite:

    I see you have a girlfriend. Is that because you think you're ugly? Because you're not. You could have a boyfriend.

    She’s reasonably cute.

    There is no accounting for taste. For a pre-plastic surgery Korean woman, Jeong is downright homely. Any pie-faced fat white incel programmer who settled for her doesn’t know his true market value. Korean women are some of the most looks obsessed in the world, and nothing triggers their rage like a better looking woman, Korean or otherwise. And they are all in the market for a white guy. Any white guy.

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  63. Thomas says:
    @Mitchell Porter
    Well, I already believed that the New York Times is a poisonous den of race and gender activists, so someone who genuinely hates white males would fit right in. But does she?

    She wrote a book called "The Internet of Garbage", about online abuse, doxxing, and so forth. I haven't read it, but apparently she's actually interested in alleviating the problem, not just documenting it.

    I can imagine that involving yourself in investigating the troll life would make you a target of attacks, including attacks based on race and sex, and that you might get sick of it, and return the favor for a while. That's just human nature.

    No-one seems to have written the definitive account of the life of Sarah Jeong yet, but looking at interviews, I have noticed a few things:

    "I grew up in a very religious, very conservative household, and went to a very religious, very conservative high school. And I am presently not at all religious or conservative."

    And: she came to the US when she was 3, with her parents, from South Korea; she graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014 (at age 26?); but only became an American citizen in 2017.

    And: she came to the US when she was 3, with her parents, from South Korea; she graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014 (at age 26?); but only became an American citizen in 2017.

    Admitting hostile aliens for settlement, whether they’re knocking down buildings in Manhattan, or knocking the rest of us from buildings in Manhattan, is exhibit number infinity in “How You Get Trump.”

    (And yes I know Times columnists aren’t actually in the building. Metaphor / metonym.)

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    She became a citizen AFTER these tweets?

    Trump needs to use that.
    Zero control of who we are letting in.
    , @Rod1963
    She's a hostile alien pure and simple like many Asians. Except she operates out in the open. I suspect she has no real social filters and is a sociopath. They are predators. This is also how they get exterminated when they colonize a country. They eventually p**s off the locals who all of a sudden notice that a bunch of foreigners control critical businesses and all the small shops and screw them over. Happened in Mexico, Indonesia and a few other places.

    This is why I never got the sob fest that some Alt-Right types did over Asians getting discriminated at the Ivies. I say good. We don't need more educated alien predators.
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  64. Anonymous[218] • Disclaimer says:

    There would be over 30 000 more old white American men on the planet today if they hadn’t died so that Sarah Jeong could be born into a free, prosperous country instead of being the Kim dynasty’s personal slave.

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  65. @Jason Liu
    And what are you ppl gonna do about it? Complain on the internet?

    The left can shame, deplatform and run their enemies out of jobs. How 'bout you?

    “And what are you ppl gonna do about it? Complain on the internet?”

    Who’s complaining? I want the Democratic Party and fakestream media to tip their hand.

    The Democratic Party snookers whites with its venerable “Party of the Working Class” myth, but it hasn’t been the working man’s party since the 1960s — LBJ transformed the Democrats into the party of the lazy man via AFDC (which the Repubs and B.J. Clinton divvied up into TANF, food stamps, childcare credits, and a big mess of acronyms that accomplished nothing more than expanding the administrative state).

    There’s this One Weird Race that is for the most part ashamed of cradle-to-grave welfare and that one weird race increasingly refuses to vote for the correct party. Voters not affiliated with that one weird race embrace victim mythologies — such as the evil legacy of the slavery and muh colonialism — that justify and make a virtue of cradle-to-grave welfare consumption. And in many cases the US welfare lifestyle is far superior to anything available in their native shitholes.

    So, over the decades, the Democratic Party inevitably became the White Genocide Party and Borders Are Racist Party. Open hatred of white people drowns out dispels the Democrat’s “working man’s party” myth.

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  66. CCZ says:

    According to her former employer, The Verge, your article “is not a good-faith conversation; it’s intimidation.”

    “Newsrooms must stand up to targeted campaigns of harassment.”

    https://www.theverge.com/2018/8/2/17644878/the-verge-new-york-times-sarah-jeong

    “Online trolls and harassers want us, the Times, and other newsrooms to waste our time by debating their malicious agenda. They take tweets and other statements out of context because they want to disrupt us and harm individual reporters. The strategy is to divide and conquer by forcing newsrooms to disavow their colleagues one at a time. This is not a good-faith conversation; it’s intimidation.”

    “So we’re not going to fall for these disingenuous tactics. And it’s time other newsrooms learn to spot these hateful campaigns for what they are: attempts to discredit and undo the vital work of journalists who report on the most toxic communities on the internet. We are encouraged that our colleagues at The New York Times are standing by Sarah in the face of feigned outrage.”

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    Classic SJW verbiage. Reminds me of Rolling Stone editors in response to the Sabrina Rubin Erdely rape hoax being exposed. "We are done talking about this story."
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  67. Anonym says:
    @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/GodCloseMyEyes/status/1025030347447250944

    Those references to a white partner are all from 2014. Hell hath no fury.

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  68. One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    They are doing so on “principle” — the principle being that no one should ever be fired for tweets.

    Truly this is mindless.

    Are these commenters really going to argue that no set of tweets, no matter how vile, is sufficient to disqualify someone for a job, no matter how much that job may demand an appearance of freedom from bias?

    It’s obvious to anyone but a fool that there are always going to be extremes which can’t be broached.

    The tweets in question are not one-offs, but part of a large and recent pattern of vile and explicit bigotry. The job in question here is a position on the editorial board of the most influential newspaper in the country.

    And one of the worst things about it is that the Times knew of those tweets in advance. This displays their open contempt for white people and men. They want us all to know that they just don’t care anymore to hide it.

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    They want us all to know that they just don’t care anymore to hide it.
     
    They really are openly daring us to do something about it. The thing is that showing up at a protest of this outrage actually would probably qualify as a firing offense according to Ben Shapiro!
    , @Thomas

    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.
     
    My favorite was Kevin Williamson, fired himself not even for anything racial, but just for actually being pro-life. https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/sarah-jeong-twitter-new-york-times-hire-who-it-wants/ (Tl; dr: “Harder, Daddy.”)
    , @Harry Baldwin
    One of the stupider things on twitter today ... are the right wing ... commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    Hey MSM, if I stick up for you when you're dead wrong, you'll put in a good word for me at my show trial, m'okay?

    This is how cucks virtue signal.

    , @3g4me
    @56 candid observer: "One of the stupider things . . . are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    They are doing so on “principle” — the principle being that no one should ever be fired for tweets."

    The Littlest Chickenhawk himself stated that "racists" ought to be hunted down, fired from their jobs, and banished from public spaces. It's ALWAYS who-whom when dealing with a Member of the Tribe. Never forget.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.
     
    What good would the Times's firing her do us? She's more useful where she is.

    Now, the NYT going out of business... that would do wonders.
    , @Pericles

    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.

     

    He's the Intellectual Dark Web you know ... spoooky ... edgy ... not faked opposition ...
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    She may be in trouble. There’s a type of sheltered white liberal who never reads conservative sites, who lives a rainbow-colored ideological cocoon, but who will be shocked to read her tweets because they cross over the line into being a bad person who does not promote worldwide Kumbaya.

    This type of liberal will refuse to support her and insist that she has to go. To accept her means admitting their own side has evil intent, and this type of white liberal can’t face that.

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  70. Spud Boy says:
    @Jason Liu
    And what are you ppl gonna do about it? Complain on the internet?

    The left can shame, deplatform and run their enemies out of jobs. How 'bout you?

    “And what are you ppl gonna do about it?”

    Are you aware of who’s president?

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  71. @Brabantian
    What is even funnier in Sarah Jeong's twitter contact history, is that she had some quite warm banter with Andrew Auernheimer aka Weev, the clever computer - hacker whiz, who co-runs Andrew Anglin's 'neo-Nazi' Daily Stormer site ...

    Weev is the brilliant guy who kept the Stormer online for the last year, cycling thru a whole series of domain names whilst under continual savage seizures of url names and hosting platforms, using Tor and web-to-Tor links and other work-arounds for their millions of readers in the interim

    Château Heartiste is speculating that Sarah Jeong is 'Weev's heartbroken waifu' or at least wanted to bed him

    Also interesting in this tangle is that this man Weev who co-runs the 'neo-nazi' Daily Stormer, is Jewish

    Weev being Jewish, and co-running the world's leading neo-nazi website (!), has led some to speculate that the Daily Stormer is actually intel-agency-run 'controlled opposition'

    Weev apparently used to do pro-Israel hasbara propaganda. Weev got sent to US prison on hacking charges, then released with a 'surprising legal victory', upon which the formerly pro-Tel-Aviv propagandist began helping to run the Stormer

    Some say maybe the US & Israeli gov agencies set up the Stormer, in order to put anti-Zionist and race-spite material into such an extreme meme-cartoon form its effect is contained, plus the agencies get to track who is reading and commenting there

    Obviously tho a lot of people read the Weev's Stormer ... Stories first seen there often show up some hours or a day later on finance news mega-site ZeroHedge

    And Sarah Jeong is a fan of Weev!

    Weev is Jewish. Jewish men date Asian women. I’ve always suspected the Daily Stormer is either supported by Jews and/or the US government.

    She can solve her white people problem by moving back to Korea.

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  72. Rosie says:
    @anony-mouse
    Well golly, maybe Unz.com could get a young female to respond to her.

    What am I saying, there has never been a young female writer at Unz.com ever. Maybe they have the cooties?

    I tell you it's a whole different sex.

    It's not that there aren't any young females on the right or even on the alt-right. Kinda creepy to have a whole bunch of old men making comments about a young woman.

    It’s not that there aren’t any young females on the right or even on the alt-right. Kinda creepy to have a whole bunch of old men making comments about a young woman.

    Would it help if I throw in my two cents?

    I am very grateful for this woman. We’ll get a lot of mileage out of this case. White people, women included, don’t like double standards.

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  73. @Thomas
    https://twitter.com/ElleArmageddon

    Her white "partner." I guess that explains where the Pokemon points for Harvard came from (not to mention the specific hatred of white men and the second-grade level potty mouth): a perfect fit for the "Journal of Law and Gender"

    When homosexuals introduce one another as “my partner” I often act dumb and ask what business they’re in – Real estate? Plastics?

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    This can sometimes throw people off...I used to work with a guy (very masculine acting, former college football player, his brother played in the NFL) who frequently referred to his "partner".

    I was baffled because he, well, seemed pretty straight. One day we were playing golf and to be funny he was rattling off "top 10 rejected names for the movie Broke Back Mountain" and most were funny if pretty crude (e.g. "The Man who Shot on Liberty Valance" or "Oklahomo"). So finally I got up the nerve and said "hey you're telling gay jokes and all but I'm just kind of wondering...you also talk about your partner so I'm kind of confused".

    He looked baffled then kinda mad (which worried me because he was huge), then laughed and said "I'm 45. My partner is 43. She doesn't like being called a girlfriend". Yes, this was in California.

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  74. Rosie says:
    @candid_observer
    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not "firing" Jeong -- e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    They are doing so on "principle" -- the principle being that no one should ever be fired for tweets.

    Truly this is mindless.

    Are these commenters really going to argue that no set of tweets, no matter how vile, is sufficient to disqualify someone for a job, no matter how much that job may demand an appearance of freedom from bias?

    It's obvious to anyone but a fool that there are always going to be extremes which can't be broached.

    The tweets in question are not one-offs, but part of a large and recent pattern of vile and explicit bigotry. The job in question here is a position on the editorial board of the most influential newspaper in the country.

    And one of the worst things about it is that the Times knew of those tweets in advance. This displays their open contempt for white people and men. They want us all to know that they just don't care anymore to hide it.

    They want us all to know that they just don’t care anymore to hide it.

    They really are openly daring us to do something about it. The thing is that showing up at a protest of this outrage actually would probably qualify as a firing offense according to Ben Shapiro!

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    They really are openly daring us to do something about it.
     
    Not just the editors at the New York Times, but all kinds of people in media, in academia, in lobbying groups and deep inside the state right now are doing the equivalent of what Richard Feynman called "tickling the tail of a sleeping dragon."

    If they are not careful, or even if they are, they might just go too far. They might push a critical mass of their victims together and cause a chain reaction that would result in more than just protests.

    They might end up like Louis Slotin.

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  75. Thomas says:
    @candid_observer
    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not "firing" Jeong -- e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    They are doing so on "principle" -- the principle being that no one should ever be fired for tweets.

    Truly this is mindless.

    Are these commenters really going to argue that no set of tweets, no matter how vile, is sufficient to disqualify someone for a job, no matter how much that job may demand an appearance of freedom from bias?

    It's obvious to anyone but a fool that there are always going to be extremes which can't be broached.

    The tweets in question are not one-offs, but part of a large and recent pattern of vile and explicit bigotry. The job in question here is a position on the editorial board of the most influential newspaper in the country.

    And one of the worst things about it is that the Times knew of those tweets in advance. This displays their open contempt for white people and men. They want us all to know that they just don't care anymore to hide it.

    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    My favorite was Kevin Williamson, fired himself not even for anything racial, but just for actually being pro-life. https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/sarah-jeong-twitter-new-york-times-hire-who-it-wants/ (Tl; dr: “Harder, Daddy.”)

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    And this is the same Shapiro who advocates whites being fired for being racist
    , @David In TN
    Williamson ("White people need to die") agrees with the tweets.
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  76. Yak-15 says:

    This is great news. I hope she is allowed to write as much anti-white rhetoric as she likes. It will only draw more readers to iSteve and the dissident right.

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  77. I think the point is to show you that the Rules don’t apply to them. They have the power, so they can destroy you, and then they can openly do the very thing they’ve destroyed you for with no consequence with only a ridiculous figleaf to explain why the situations are different (of course all parties know that the real reason is because they’re better than you). Begging them for consistency is an act of humiliation and debasement.

    Where this eventually leads, I suppose, is reintroducing the Sarah Jeongs of the world to one of her people’s great inventions – gunpower.

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  78. Look, we took in her family out of pity. Deeply humiliating to Koreans, who are very ethnocentric and more than a little resentful of whitey to begin with.

    Then there are the generation(s) of Korean adoptees in America. Someone saw an opportunity for childless, race-blind whites in the West, because Koreans don’t adopt, not even other Koreans. Their orphanages could not place children with families in their own country, and (initially) were happy to have (white) Westerners take the problem off their hands.

    But of course that’s problematic now, too. Quiet a few Korean adoptees reject the families that raised them. I knew a family with two Korean children; the daughter is loyal, the son moved back to Korea with inheritance from his ‘grandparents,’ and no longer speaks to the people who raised him at considerable expense in a wealthy part of Long Island.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/18/magazine/why-a-generation-of-adoptees-is-returning-to-south-korea.html

    Sarah J’s family came as immigrants, and you might expect some gratitude or appreciation for the people who offered her family a home, but you’d be wrong. The fact that she’s here because we felt sorry for her surely just adds to her rage.

    Benjamin Franklin was right: “He that has done you a kindness will be more ready to do you another, than he whom you yourself have obliged.”

    Her ingratitude is undignified, but there’s no pleasing some people, no matter how much you do for them.

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    Both parents came using student visas.

    Some “insight” into her “thinking” and, by the way, “amnesty for them [“the undocumented”] immediately because this [the immigration process] isn't fair.”

    https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/7/5/15905816/immigrant-trump-citizen-patriotism

    (July 5, 2017)

    “America is not doing so hot right now,” declares law and technology journalist Sarah Jeong. But after the election of Donald Trump, she decided to become a US citizen anyway.

    “I was 3, and I came with my parents, who were on student visas. They still live in New York.... They're just staying residents.”

    “I think maybe something inside me wanted to become a lawyer because the thought of having sort of power over the system was appealing. “

    “Yeah, you know, America is not doing so hot right now. Before the election, I would say, "I'm just going to move back to Korea if Trump gets elected. I can't deal with this." And then he did get elected.”

    “I do wish I could maintain dual citizenship.... It would be nice to become repatriated one day into Korea...but no, this is my home, for better or worse. Right now may be worse, but this is where I belong.”

    “People who are natural-born don't think about…the incredible effort it takes to get somewhere. The concentration and effort of will.”

    “This is something my boyfriend said.... He said that it was incredible to see [people becoming naturalized citizens], how much effort and willpower and tears it took to get there. I think about that, and it's really sad that a lot of people don't realize this and they think it is so easy to come legally to this country. I [put] a lot of effort, a lot of time, energy, and money, into becoming a citizen legally. And I would never begrudge someone who came to this country undocumented. I would want amnesty for them immediately because this isn't fair. This process isn't fair.

    “It feels really weird. Like, yesterday, I called myself an American in a joke. And it felt like a joke. And I am an American, like, that's — I registered to vote yesterday. I'm an American now, and it doesn't feel right.”
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  79. @Anonymous
    You might have been told over and over that Jeong's tweets only seem bad because they've been taken out of context. Someone has taken it upon himself to finesse that context:

    https://twitter.com/TheIllegit/status/1025130252698148864

    This is what their high verbal IQ was selected for.

    Hilarious thread in which clown points out the context of all of Jeong’s offending tweets… none of the contexts improving the substance of what was said, some of them making it worse. Lol https://t.co/8peKtyZR9R

    “Sorry that page does not exist.” That’s what I got when clicking on the link. I guess Twitter pulled the hilarious thread or something. Oh well.

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  80. BenKenobi says:
    @MikeatMikedotMike
    I have been assured by EliteCommie, Thomm (aka Shiva), and Corvinus that systemic hate against whites is purely a figment of my overactive, paranoid imagination, and that I should take the advice of Yan Shen And Lind Dihn, and lie back and think of hordes of Asian worker bees planting their seeds in my magic dirt.

    This guy gets it.

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  81. Jack Cade says:
    @Massimo Heitor
    Ms Jeong's twitter highlights: https://twitter.com/ArminNavabi/status/1025015489729196032

    In a more reasonable world, the most prestigious, official voices would condemn Ms. Jeong and condemn the NYT and lower their status. However, the left really has controlled that process.

    This reminds me of a recent slatestarcodex post. One highlight:

    Even though a movement is widely discussed, its ideas never penetrate to anywhere they might actually have power. Even though it has charismatic leaders, they have to resort to low-prestige decentralized people-power to get their message across, while their opponents preach against them from the airwaves and pulpits and universities.

    The left, and the anti-white racists are quite comfortable preaching from the heights of government, the most prestigious universities, and the most esteemed op-ed journals, while the charismatic, well written voices of the opposition, like Steve Sailer, or the IDW types, have been outcast and speak through obscure outlets like unz.com and rely on decentralized crowd funding.

    http://slatestarcodex.com/2018/05/23/can-things-be-both-popular-and-silenced/

    Reminds me of someone else’s quote: “Trump says aloud what others are screaming inside their heads”. Nice link, btw

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  82. Bubba says:
    @Barnard
    To say that Twitter feed is anti-police is putting it mildly. Those tweets are from four years ago, it is possible she has moved on since then though, I don't know you can assume that is Jeong's current "partner."

    Glad you pointed out that those tweets are from 4 years ago – so she was 26 years old with a degree from Berkeley and in her last year at Harvard Law School (or had just graduated). Absent a traumatic brain injury, that makes her tweets even more outrageous. She’s supposedly a mature adult (at age 26) and in a highly elite class of educated woman. Yet she insisted on letting the world know through Twitter that she is more vapid, stupid, filthy and vile than any ghetto rapper. I wouldn’t hire her to clean toilets let alone write editorials.

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  83. Ibound1 says:
    @Thomas

    And: she came to the US when she was 3, with her parents, from South Korea; she graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014 (at age 26?); but only became an American citizen in 2017.
     
    Admitting hostile aliens for settlement, whether they’re knocking down buildings in Manhattan, or knocking the rest of us from buildings in Manhattan, is exhibit number infinity in “How You Get Trump.”

    (And yes I know Times columnists aren’t actually in the building. Metaphor / metonym.)

    She became a citizen AFTER these tweets?

    Trump needs to use that.
    Zero control of who we are letting in.

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    Trouble is, Trump needs to stay above this level. (Yes, I get the irony.) If only he had someone like Steve Bannon on staff he'd have someone who could make hay of this sort of material. Instead he's surrounded by traitors.
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  84. @Thomas
    https://twitter.com/ElleArmageddon

    Her white "partner." I guess that explains where the Pokemon points for Harvard came from (not to mention the specific hatred of white men and the second-grade level potty mouth): a perfect fit for the "Journal of Law and Gender"

    Just so you know, its normal for hetero SJW types to refer to their bf or gf as “partner”. That’s how they talk.

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    I’ll let you look at said partner’s Twitter profile and be the judge. They do use “they/them.”
    , @Reg Cæsar

    Just so you know, its normal for hetero SJW types to refer to their bf or gf as “partner”. That’s how they talk.

     

    "Normal", or just common?
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  85. Jack D says:
    @Mitchell Porter
    Well, I already believed that the New York Times is a poisonous den of race and gender activists, so someone who genuinely hates white males would fit right in. But does she?

    She wrote a book called "The Internet of Garbage", about online abuse, doxxing, and so forth. I haven't read it, but apparently she's actually interested in alleviating the problem, not just documenting it.

    I can imagine that involving yourself in investigating the troll life would make you a target of attacks, including attacks based on race and sex, and that you might get sick of it, and return the favor for a while. That's just human nature.

    No-one seems to have written the definitive account of the life of Sarah Jeong yet, but looking at interviews, I have noticed a few things:

    "I grew up in a very religious, very conservative household, and went to a very religious, very conservative high school. And I am presently not at all religious or conservative."

    And: she came to the US when she was 3, with her parents, from South Korea; she graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014 (at age 26?); but only became an American citizen in 2017.

    I can imagine that involving yourself in investigating the troll life would make you a target of attacks, including attacks based on race and sex, and that you might get sick of it, and return the favor for a while. That’s just human nature.

    #1 – Can we see her racist posts in context? She says that’s what they were, but I’ve seen no evidence.

    #2 White “racists” are not permitted to offer excuses for what they say. They are instantly thrown overboard at the first sign of racism. They do not last a day. Sarah’s excuse would not fly. Saying it was a joke would not fly. Nothing would fly. Saying something racist for a white person is literally inexcusable. And no one will defend you, not even your friends on the “respectable right”. Anyone who defends you is himself a racist. You don’t want to be a racist, do you?

    Somehow the same rules do not apply for Sarah.

    The right should learn from this. Alinsky said to make the other side live up to their book of rules. They have now announced a new rule – it’s ok to say racist things if you were provoked. You get a free pass if you were provoked. Remember this rule the next time they try to throw a white person overboard because we are supposed to have one set of rules for everyone in this country.

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    She claims her comments were taken out of contexts, but the YouTube clip in comment 73 suggests that her context is exactly what you guessed, you bigoted white male racist, you.
    , @Anonymous
    A good friend is an administrator at a very large public university. As part of their regular "Diversity and Inclusion" encounter sessions they're required to certify that they do not have any racists among their acquaintance. That's a step beyond what I knew. But it sort of makes sense--you can't consort with the enemy. Their ideas might contaminate you, or confuse you, or just complicate things. Racism is like intellectual cooties. And that's about the level upon which university administrators work.

    Yeah, this person has to pretend not to know me, though I don't particularly consider myself racist. I am connected to reality, though, and that's generally enough to send these people over the edge.

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  86. Rod1963 says:

    She’s Korean that’s why.

    Just like the Chinese, they are a bunch of nasty ingrates who view whites as little better than pigs. Ghost of Bull Moose laid it out. I heard similar comments decades ago from whites who adopted Chinese and Korean orphans.

    Nothing but ingratitude. To a one all of them said, don’t adopt them. See once the orphans start noticing they aren’t like mom and dad well it’s all downhill from there.

    They are hardwired differently than us. Again the reality of HBD.

    They’re smarter but don’t ever think we can be their allies, more like slaves to them. The whites who think so are fooling themselves. We’re prey to them.

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  87. Anonymous[241] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonym
    In fact, of all the people on Twitter I’ve seen defending Jeong — Helen Rosner, Jesse Singal, Matt Yglesias, Zack Beauchamp, and some guy not worth naming — every one of them has been Jewish. What’s up with that?

    Jeong is the patsy. Via Buffett:

    As they say in poker, “If you've been in the game 30 minutes and you don't know who the patsy is, you're the patsy.”
     

    Perhaps this is a data point about her awareness of who her masters are:

    The dog that didn’t bark (and so was not eaten) is the Harvard Asian discrimination thing. Jeong hasn’t Tweeted anything about it from what I can see. Not even a predictable “Right-wingers trying to divide PoC”.

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  88. The doth-protest response from the NYT likely indicates there was no real vetting of Jeong’s Twitter history. At most, a cursory scan for expletives and slurs, with obvious red flags being ignored.

    The NYT is conspicuously claiming they knew about her Tweets, because they are more concerned about being guilty of lazy fact-checking (“fake news”) than hiring a flagrant bigot.

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    Admittedly speculation...

    It would not surprise me if Jeong is quietly offered a severance in a few weeks and they mutually part ways. There will likely be some cover story about alt right online harassment causing her to leave. Or maybe she goes on some perpetual sabbatical.

    The NYT has openly race bated before, but not in such an openly vitriolic and hostile way. They are probably looking for an exit, before it does long-lasting reputational damage or eventually leads to libelous reporting.

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  89. Thomas says:
    @27 year old
    Just so you know, its normal for hetero SJW types to refer to their bf or gf as "partner". That's how they talk.

    I’ll let you look at said partner’s Twitter profile and be the judge. They do use “they/them.”

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    I didn’t realize the partner was IDed,

    I thought you were saying “partner” was signaling lesbian/gay

    Wanted to point out that straight SJW use the word too to virtue/in-group signal.

    And, as was mentioned, because they are sad sack losers who want to remove all joy from the world.

    Trying to help understanding of contemporary culture for people who probably don’t interact with hardcore SJWs IRL much

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  90. Rod1963 says:
    @Thomas

    And: she came to the US when she was 3, with her parents, from South Korea; she graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014 (at age 26?); but only became an American citizen in 2017.
     
    Admitting hostile aliens for settlement, whether they’re knocking down buildings in Manhattan, or knocking the rest of us from buildings in Manhattan, is exhibit number infinity in “How You Get Trump.”

    (And yes I know Times columnists aren’t actually in the building. Metaphor / metonym.)

    She’s a hostile alien pure and simple like many Asians. Except she operates out in the open. I suspect she has no real social filters and is a sociopath. They are predators. This is also how they get exterminated when they colonize a country. They eventually p**s off the locals who all of a sudden notice that a bunch of foreigners control critical businesses and all the small shops and screw them over. Happened in Mexico, Indonesia and a few other places.

    This is why I never got the sob fest that some Alt-Right types did over Asians getting discriminated at the Ivies. I say good. We don’t need more educated alien predators.

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    Let's be fair here, there's a much closer and clearer continuity between Sarah Jeong's attitudes and your typical Ivy-educated lefty journalist milieu than there is with some supposed Yellow Peril that links Overseas Chinese and Korean emigrants.
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  91. CCZ says:

    Sarah Jeong tells us everything that we need to know in 28 seconds.

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    Thanks.
    , @JimB
    Methinks what sucks for Jeong is not how white men see the world but how they see her. Or rather, don't see her.
    , @Desiderius
    Well sure if you’re going by the white men at Harvard and the New York Times, but it’s not really fair to judge the rest of us by a few bad eggs.

    To her point though, the way those bad eggs see the world does have an outsized effect and it is in general pretty sucky.
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  92. @candid_observer
    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not "firing" Jeong -- e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    They are doing so on "principle" -- the principle being that no one should ever be fired for tweets.

    Truly this is mindless.

    Are these commenters really going to argue that no set of tweets, no matter how vile, is sufficient to disqualify someone for a job, no matter how much that job may demand an appearance of freedom from bias?

    It's obvious to anyone but a fool that there are always going to be extremes which can't be broached.

    The tweets in question are not one-offs, but part of a large and recent pattern of vile and explicit bigotry. The job in question here is a position on the editorial board of the most influential newspaper in the country.

    And one of the worst things about it is that the Times knew of those tweets in advance. This displays their open contempt for white people and men. They want us all to know that they just don't care anymore to hide it.

    One of the stupider things on twitter today … are the right wing … commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    Hey MSM, if I stick up for you when you’re dead wrong, you’ll put in a good word for me at my show trial, m’okay?

    This is how cucks virtue signal.

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    Exactly right. Shapiro is just trying to ingratiate himself to the establishment and burnish his "moderate conservative" credentials.

    We all know exactly what Jeong meant by white; it certainly wasn't her effeminate boyfriend or Paul Krugman (or probably Ben Shapiro for that matter). Take out "white" and substitute in almost any other racial/religious group (black, Hispanic, Muslim, Jewish) and does she still get the job, or keep it? To ask the question is to answer it.
    , @David In TN
    "This is how cucks virtue signal."

    Exactly.
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  93. eah says:

    Sarah Jeong is a journalist and lawyer…Jeong graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014. As a law student, she edited the Harvard Journal of Law & Gender,…

    Some of the tweets — or twittering, whatever — are (is) so outlandish I’m not sure how seriously to take them (it) — plus she dyes her hair weird colors.

    Speaking of outlandish tweets:

    Hi all, I have a statement about the tweets that have been going around:

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    https://mobile.twitter.com/5ua/photo

    I am not sure if Jeong and Parker Higgins are/were romantically linked but that grip on the arm might suggest it. Parker even looks somewhat like the Chad meme.
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  94. The idea that Sarah Jeong is some massive racist that hates Whites is simply laughable. The truth is that Asian “feminists” are just status mongers who have latched onto an establishment schtick and are running with it. Asian Feminists are actually the closest thing you’ll find to a puppet off-white nationalist, promoted and advertised by white men in positions of influence as tokens of “inclusiveness” mostly on account of the fact that they are so pliable. She is as they kids are calling it nowadays, an “auntie Lu”.

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    The idea that Sarah Jeong is some massive racist that hates Whites is simply laughable.
     
    Nope. Her 2015 talk she gave at Harvard shows otherwise. She’s really bitter:

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

    The truth is that Asian “feminists” are just status mongers who have latched onto an establishment schtick and are running with it.
     
    Asian SJWs (#13), feminists or not, truly resent whites. They have to go back.

    Xtina Huilan Wang:

    White supremacy is a kind of invisible swaddling of whiteness and white culture that pervades everywhere,” she said. “It’s not just saluting Hitler or whatever. The word supremacy means it is supreme. It’s what surrounds us. It is what determines our values….I do think in fact this institution is one that participates in the larger system of white supremacy even if skinheads aren’t running the show.
     
    Wang is basically admitting that the culture she ended up in is superior to her own people’s. And it’s driving her mad with resentment.
    , @Pericles

    The idea that Sarah Jeong is some massive racist that hates Whites is simply laughable. The truth is that Asian “feminists” are just status mongers who have latched onto an establishment schtick and are running with it.

     

    Sure, Asians are the most naturally tolerant of peoples. They just don't see color.

    And yet, even if corrupted by the West, I'm sure she also knows that live by the sword, die by the sword. "But I was just status mongeling, whieeeee --- (chop)"
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  95. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    Realism check. The Times wants to be able to brag about how they have a diverse masthead, but almost all their writers are Jews or traitorous whites. They're uncomfortable about this. But blacks and Hispanics tend to have poor writing skills, so they can't find anyone of that ilk up to the professional standards of the Times. Therefore, that meant an Asian, but not just any Asian. She had to be a militant SJW if she was going to spout all the propaganda without being ordered to do it all the time by an editor.

    It used to be that scheming careerists watched their mouths. But it honestly looks to me that the NYT hired her because of her racist tweets. A lot of Asians watch their mouths because it might hurt their careers, and I doubt this sort of person would have served the Times very well in promoting a militant liberal agenda. What the Times wanted was a firebomb. They were deliberately looking for a very aggressive and radical Asian to be on their staff.

    My own suspicion is that they have inadvertently hired a Dragon Lady. She's going to be backstabbing and climbing over all the Jews on the staff in a very hardcore way pretty soon. She'll try to seduce some powerful Jewish guy in the Times organization, and she'll end up running the newsroom from behind the throne.

    My own suspicion is that they have inadvertently hired a Dragon Lady. She’s going to be backstabbing and climbing over all the Jews on the staff in a very hardcore way pretty soon. She’ll try to seduce some powerful Jewish guy in the Times organization, and she’ll end up running the newsroom from behind the throne.

    I dunno. She doesn’t strike me as Princess Dragon Mom material.

    She seems more like a dog. When a dog barks, never mind the dog. It has no mind of its own. Ask WHO is the master who trained it to bark and at whom.

    I suspect she never said anything untoward about the Tribe or Israel. Btw, did the NYT ever have a Palestinian on its editorial board?

    Conservatives thought Asian immigrants would turn conservative. How wrong… yet how right too. They were wrong because these Asians, esp elites, turned anti-white and proggy. But one facet of conservatism is sucking up to the rich, the powerful, and conforming to hierarchy. And Jeong certainly did that. She studied hard and learned all the elite globo-catechisms to be admitted into the Ivory Tower.
    The ‘conservative’ way can easily lead to the proggy way if PC is dominant at top. This can be said for Conservatism Inc. So slavish to Jewish power, it couldn’t even say NO to ‘gay marriage’ because the Power wanted it. Charles Murray folded too, and Ross Douthat that pathetic dork begged for ‘terms for surrender’.

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  96. @CCZ
    Sarah Jeong tells us everything that we need to know in 28 seconds.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2ql6H7NpiM

    Thanks.

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    Pleased to be able to provide useful information. She also comments on Mastodon, which she described as "like Twitter without Nazis" (article).

    https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/783akg/mastodon-is-like-twitter-without-nazis-so-why-are-we-not-using-it

    Her Mastodon posts are far less numerous, about 600 during 2017, compared to her supposedly tens-of -thousands of Twitter Tweets. Her Mastodon posts (called Toots) are a mix of personal and "techy" stuff.

    sarah jeong @[email protected]

    "the only two things i'm good at on twitter are tweeting about law and being mean to bad people and neither have a place here so..... " (March 30)

    "I've been insanely behind email and work but in my defense, I got horribly sick, I found out my boyfriend has been cheating on me for months, and then there was a terrorist attack [June 2, 2017 Portland train passengers stabbing] in my neighborhood lololololol" (June 3)

    "June is my birthday month and my Worst Ex Ever is now out of my life" (June 3)



    https://mastodon.social/@sarahjeong
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  97. L Woods says:
    @anony-mouse
    Well golly, maybe Unz.com could get a young female to respond to her.

    What am I saying, there has never been a young female writer at Unz.com ever. Maybe they have the cooties?

    I tell you it's a whole different sex.

    It's not that there aren't any young females on the right or even on the alt-right. Kinda creepy to have a whole bunch of old men making comments about a young woman.

    Tedious. So tedious.

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  98. @Alec Leamas
    When homosexuals introduce one another as "my partner" I often act dumb and ask what business they're in - Real estate? Plastics?

    This can sometimes throw people off…I used to work with a guy (very masculine acting, former college football player, his brother played in the NFL) who frequently referred to his “partner”.

    I was baffled because he, well, seemed pretty straight. One day we were playing golf and to be funny he was rattling off “top 10 rejected names for the movie Broke Back Mountain” and most were funny if pretty crude (e.g. “The Man who Shot on Liberty Valance” or “Oklahomo”). So finally I got up the nerve and said “hey you’re telling gay jokes and all but I’m just kind of wondering…you also talk about your partner so I’m kind of confused”.

    He looked baffled then kinda mad (which worried me because he was huge), then laughed and said “I’m 45. My partner is 43. She doesn’t like being called a girlfriend”. Yes, this was in California.

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    William Badwhite:

    In Ireland it gets very confusing with universal media usage of "partner".

    You never know if it's a man's wife, girlfriend or sheep?

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  99. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon
    Sarah Jeong is showing herself as a dumb SJW and nothing more. Her repulsive tweets make herself, her co-ethnics(incl. me), Berkeley, Harvard Law and now the NYTimes look bad. The excuse that she was somehow "provoked" into sending those tweets are just weak. With her educational background she should've shown more class and tact. Instead she simply showed what a classless racist lunatic she really is. I don't know how anyone of any right mind could ever take her seriously.

    This is just another reason why I no longer read the NYTimes, they have no credibility left.

    “The excuse that she was somehow “provoked” into sending those tweets are just weak.”

    She says she was responding in kind. So, are we to believe that white people were tweeting her with messages like ‘I want to harass and torment old Asian people?’

    And what was her tweet about BREAKING BAD about? What was the context? It just sounds gratuitously hostile.

    And speaking of white people not breeding, East Asian birthrates are even lower in the East and West.

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    She was called a dog-eating gook, but not sure if that was in response.
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  100. Anonotron says:

    The tweet on what white people could take credit for on Wikipedia…how about Wikipedia?

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  101. @Inquiring Minds
    The doth-protest response from the NYT likely indicates there was no real vetting of Jeong's Twitter history. At most, a cursory scan for expletives and slurs, with obvious red flags being ignored.

    The NYT is conspicuously claiming they knew about her Tweets, because they are more concerned about being guilty of lazy fact-checking ("fake news") than hiring a flagrant bigot.

    Admittedly speculation…

    It would not surprise me if Jeong is quietly offered a severance in a few weeks and they mutually part ways. There will likely be some cover story about alt right online harassment causing her to leave. Or maybe she goes on some perpetual sabbatical.

    The NYT has openly race bated before, but not in such an openly vitriolic and hostile way. They are probably looking for an exit, before it does long-lasting reputational damage or eventually leads to libelous reporting.

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  102. George says:

    Given she is on the NY Times editorial board + Harvard should’t her snarky posts be funnier? My high hopes for her tweets were dashed.

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  103. Anonymous[336] • Disclaimer says:

    Uh, here’s a defender of Jeong providing the “context,” which don’t exactly uphold the NYT’s rationalization. The basic context in Jeong’s mind is that she has to live on a planet on which most of the good stuff was invented by the ancestors of white people, which ticks her off no end.

    The link has been conveniently erased. Couldn’t find it on the Wayback Machine. Does someone have a screenshot?

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  104. Look at the headline at thecut.com, “NY Times Responds to Right-Wing Tantrum Over New Writer’s ‘Anti-White’ Tweet”.

    https://www.thecut.com/2018/08/sarah-jeong-new-york-times-twitter-controversy.html

    Calling upset over racist comments a “tantrum”. Sarah Jeong was a writer at The Verge, a Vox Media tech site. I always knew The Verge was hard left. Jeez, I wish there were a more moderate, or non-political, or yes, a right wing tech site.

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  105. One of the few things this boob evidently learned during her proximity to the establishment is that any critique of Jews, Zionists, Israel, or any prominent Jews is a career killer. If any such had been found this prog lassy would have been out on her butt faster than one could say “anti-Semite”.

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  106. JimB says:
    @CCZ
    Sarah Jeong tells us everything that we need to know in 28 seconds.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2ql6H7NpiM

    Methinks what sucks for Jeong is not how white men see the world but how they see her. Or rather, don’t see her.

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  107. @anony-mouse
    Well golly, maybe Unz.com could get a young female to respond to her.

    What am I saying, there has never been a young female writer at Unz.com ever. Maybe they have the cooties?

    I tell you it's a whole different sex.

    It's not that there aren't any young females on the right or even on the alt-right. Kinda creepy to have a whole bunch of old men making comments about a young woman.

    “What am I saying, there has never been a young female writer at Unz.com ever. Maybe they have the cooties?”

    No, it’s because 99.9999% of the time, young women aren’t worth listening to.

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  108. “There was soon an outcry on right-wing websites over tweets Ms. Jeong wrote”

    WTF….only people on the right care about racism? Just like old times I guess.

    “she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment”

    Every mother fucking dude I know loves Asian woman……so I call bullshit.

    WTF is going on, seriously?

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  109. Anon[400] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    Why is no one talking about the direct corollary in the hiring and firing of white journalist Quinn Norton?

    She had used the terms "fag" and "tard" on 4chan as part of her beat, most likely as suffixes, and certainly not with any prejudice or animosity. And she admitted being friends with Weev during his hacktivist days. For these alone she was fired the same day she was hired to the NYT editorial board.

    No one is saying the name Quinn Norton but they should. Her "crimes" were far less egregious than Jeong's and perfectly highlight the double standard, and the fact that the Times doesn't actually care about free speech or second chances or any other phony cant. They are anti-white.

    Exactly. Quinn Norton is the apt conterexample, better than Khan. It’s recent and she’s a woman. She wrote “bigoted” stuff that was done in a “context” that might have given her an out, and she wrote less of it than Jeong. The only difference was that she was not being anti-white.

    https://www.wired.com/story/the-ny-times-fires-tech-writer-quinn-norton-and-its-complicated/

    As my colleague Steven Levy wrote, “She’s no racist or Nazi sympathizer. She’s a smart edgy writer whose tweets are too easily taken out of context.”

    Norton seems to be taking it in stride.

    I don’t think @nytopinion made the right call firing me, though I understand that they panicked, and don’t bear them ill-will, at all, really. But I hoped they have learned to only fire people for cause, not social media fishing for out of context tweets, & stand by @sarahjeong.

    https://twitter.com/quinnnorton/status/1025022002866921473
    Jeong may be a concession to the Times’ own Asian writers after the Bari Weiss “immigrants get the job done” kerfluffle.

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  110. @Brabantian
    What is even funnier in Sarah Jeong's twitter contact history, is that she had some quite warm banter with Andrew Auernheimer aka Weev, the clever computer - hacker whiz, who co-runs Andrew Anglin's 'neo-Nazi' Daily Stormer site ...

    Weev is the brilliant guy who kept the Stormer online for the last year, cycling thru a whole series of domain names whilst under continual savage seizures of url names and hosting platforms, using Tor and web-to-Tor links and other work-arounds for their millions of readers in the interim

    Château Heartiste is speculating that Sarah Jeong is 'Weev's heartbroken waifu' or at least wanted to bed him

    Also interesting in this tangle is that this man Weev who co-runs the 'neo-nazi' Daily Stormer, is Jewish

    Weev being Jewish, and co-running the world's leading neo-nazi website (!), has led some to speculate that the Daily Stormer is actually intel-agency-run 'controlled opposition'

    Weev apparently used to do pro-Israel hasbara propaganda. Weev got sent to US prison on hacking charges, then released with a 'surprising legal victory', upon which the formerly pro-Tel-Aviv propagandist began helping to run the Stormer

    Some say maybe the US & Israeli gov agencies set up the Stormer, in order to put anti-Zionist and race-spite material into such an extreme meme-cartoon form its effect is contained, plus the agencies get to track who is reading and commenting there

    Obviously tho a lot of people read the Weev's Stormer ... Stories first seen there often show up some hours or a day later on finance news mega-site ZeroHedge

    And Sarah Jeong is a fan of Weev!

    Some say maybe the US & Israeli gov agencies set up the Stormer, in order to put anti-Zionist and race-spite material into such an extreme meme-cartoon form its effect is contained, plus the agencies get to track who is reading and commenting there.

    Andrew Anglin spent several months prior to the event heavily pumping the “Unite the Right” rally, which it now seems pretty clear was a psy-op full of staged incidents. The Daily Stormer forum was infested with sock puppets who would circle the wagons to get your posts flagged and deleted if you called one of them out. I do not trust Anglin and the idea that the Stormer was some kind of lark or setup seems, in my view, entirely believable.

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    Like almost everyone, Anglin was caught off guard by what happened at Charlottesville. I think he thought it was a good idea at the time and wasn't expecting the police to basically take the side of Antifa. Since then he has taken the (wise) position that our side can't win in a street demonstration so that's not the way to go.

    I read the Stormer almost every day and Anglin has always been very careful about not allowing talk of violence or anything else that could lead to entrapment.

    Anglin uses crass, immature humour and memes to get his point across. It may seem like a lark to you, but he's been quite successful and I have no doubt that he's completely sincere.
    , @Jack Hanson
    Anglin has been heavily criticizing "Unite the Right" since boo.

    Boomers commenting on AR personalities, the thread.
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  111. Arclight says:

    As Steve has noted repeatedly, the left’s coalition is a hodgepodge of groups that really don’t have much in common, so there needs to be a bogeyman they can all focus their hatred on so they don’t devolve into squabbling over their place in the progressive pecking order.

    Worth noting that the whites who enable this think they will be exempt from what follows if/when the country is ruled by the people whose hatred and animosity they have been fanning are going to find out – far, far too late – that no distinction will be made by their new masters when it comes to who loses in the social order. No one’s going to care how woke their tweets or Facebook posts were way back when.

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  112. @JackOH
    Steve, you're cookin' it, calling out the anti-White racism that's endemic to our bloody American experience.

    Quick story: As a youngster, I was cool with the Black kids in the early to mid-60s. Willie P. and Jerry S. used to come to my house. We'd hang out, and they'd play the used drum kit my Mom had bought me. Wearing my Cub Scout uniform, I'd sell fund-raising candy bars in mostly Black neighborhoods where I knew some of the kids. One family invited me in where I saw pumpkin seeds (?) roasted and salted by the Black kids' Mom. White kids hanging with Black kids just wasn't a deal. Not too common, not a rarity, and not worth remarking upon.

    Then, something happened. I guessed as much when a Black kid I didn't recognize and who was standing outside the Erie Street Market heaved a busted-up piece of cinder block at me for no reason at all. The block fell far short of me. That probably was no later than 1969, before I went to high school.

    That incident stuck with me. The only explanations I've come up with are criminal pathology on the Black kid's part, and the "pseudo-legitimation" of anti-White feeling induced by civil rights legislation and Black riots.

    Keep rockin' it, Steve.

    My mother told me she played with black kids all the time growing up in rural Georgia during the Depression.

    One of the few photographs I have from her childhood was taken behind her house. There is a tin roof over the back porch — and about twenty feet away is a boxcar on a railroad track.

    My mother and her friends were all poor, no matter what color they were.

    At one point, her father had to move the family to someplace where he could find work, so they ended up living in a tent on a wooden platform in some kind of camp for workers at a forestry company. My Mom heard her sister being born on the other side of a canvas wall in that tent.

    That’s some of the white privilege in my family history.

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    Thanks.

    I'm crazy enough to believe a straight-up-the-middle challenge to the whole raft of "civil rights" laws is possible with significant Black support. Tell the story about how race hustlers were empowered, divide-and-conquer politics likewise, affirmative action gamed, etc. You'd need plenty of cash, tough point men with their hearts in the right place, and so on. What's to replace "civil rights" laws? Voluntarist interactions of free people deciding on their own whom to hang with.

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  113. 3g4me says:
    @candid_observer
    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not "firing" Jeong -- e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    They are doing so on "principle" -- the principle being that no one should ever be fired for tweets.

    Truly this is mindless.

    Are these commenters really going to argue that no set of tweets, no matter how vile, is sufficient to disqualify someone for a job, no matter how much that job may demand an appearance of freedom from bias?

    It's obvious to anyone but a fool that there are always going to be extremes which can't be broached.

    The tweets in question are not one-offs, but part of a large and recent pattern of vile and explicit bigotry. The job in question here is a position on the editorial board of the most influential newspaper in the country.

    And one of the worst things about it is that the Times knew of those tweets in advance. This displays their open contempt for white people and men. They want us all to know that they just don't care anymore to hide it.

    @56 candid observer: “One of the stupider things . . . are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    They are doing so on “principle” — the principle being that no one should ever be fired for tweets.”

    The Littlest Chickenhawk himself stated that “racists” ought to be hunted down, fired from their jobs, and banished from public spaces. It’s ALWAYS who-whom when dealing with a Member of the Tribe. Never forget.

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    Bingo. I'll never forget that he said that, and there is no longer any reasonable doubt that he was using "racists" as a racial slur.
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  114. Migrant South Korean SJWs: hurling the insults that the Sulzbergers are too rich to publicly utter.

    Without them, hatred would wither unspoken on the vine.

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  115. JimB says:
    @Jack D

    I can imagine that involving yourself in investigating the troll life would make you a target of attacks, including attacks based on race and sex, and that you might get sick of it, and return the favor for a while. That’s just human nature.
     
    #1 - Can we see her racist posts in context? She says that's what they were, but I've seen no evidence.

    #2 White "racists" are not permitted to offer excuses for what they say. They are instantly thrown overboard at the first sign of racism. They do not last a day. Sarah's excuse would not fly. Saying it was a joke would not fly. Nothing would fly. Saying something racist for a white person is literally inexcusable. And no one will defend you, not even your friends on the "respectable right". Anyone who defends you is himself a racist. You don't want to be a racist, do you?

    Somehow the same rules do not apply for Sarah.

    The right should learn from this. Alinsky said to make the other side live up to their book of rules. They have now announced a new rule - it's ok to say racist things if you were provoked. You get a free pass if you were provoked. Remember this rule the next time they try to throw a white person overboard because we are supposed to have one set of rules for everyone in this country.

    She claims her comments were taken out of contexts, but the YouTube clip in comment 73 suggests that her context is exactly what you guessed, you bigoted white male racist, you.

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    @JimB I agree, she seems to be quasi-serious about whites being bad. Which in turn leads me to conclude that the New York Times is run by Jews who think they aren't white...

    It's funny, the kinds of anti-white opinions that exist. There are nonwhites who don't like whites for entirely concrete and understandable reasons: you think you're better than us, you colonized our country, etc. Then there's the attempt to imply that whites are a vacuum, that they have no culture or personality. (That one dissipates the moment you learn to associate white people with European culture, landing on the moon, and so on.)

    And then there are odd attempts to theorize "whiteness" in metaphysical terms. Again, I can understand the concrete version of this, e.g. people who campaign against skin bleaching products or eyelid surgery. But some critical race theorists sound like Herman Melville writing about "the whiteness of the whale" in Moby Dick.
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  116. @Thomas
    https://twitter.com/ElleArmageddon

    Her white "partner." I guess that explains where the Pokemon points for Harvard came from (not to mention the specific hatred of white men and the second-grade level potty mouth): a perfect fit for the "Journal of Law and Gender"

    If you’re going to call the person with whom you’re intimate your “partner”, you may as well both just trade in all your clothes for identical, functional, unisex, grey jumpsuits.

    The left sucks all the life and joy out of everything they touch.

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    If you’re going to call the person with whom you’re intimate your “partner”,
     
    I notice that in a lot of articles in the business and mainstream press, you'll usually see the term "business partner". 20 years ago it would be merely "partner". What kind of partner was assumed.

    This is an example of a retronym. Just like "acoustic guitar" and "George HW Bush".
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  117. TheBoom says:
    @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/GodCloseMyEyes/status/1025030347447250944

    Imagine the lack of self respect one has to have to be a white person who dates her

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    Lucky for her, most white people are just like that.

    Unlucky for us.
    , @fish

    Imagine the lack of self respect one has to have to be a white person who dates her
     
    Hey.....any port vagina in a storm!
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  118. This is so perfect a scandal that it feels like a prank. But no, it’s just the NYT having no shame.

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  119. @Intelligent Dasein

    Some say maybe the US & Israeli gov agencies set up the Stormer, in order to put anti-Zionist and race-spite material into such an extreme meme-cartoon form its effect is contained, plus the agencies get to track who is reading and commenting there.
     
    Andrew Anglin spent several months prior to the event heavily pumping the "Unite the Right" rally, which it now seems pretty clear was a psy-op full of staged incidents. The Daily Stormer forum was infested with sock puppets who would circle the wagons to get your posts flagged and deleted if you called one of them out. I do not trust Anglin and the idea that the Stormer was some kind of lark or setup seems, in my view, entirely believable.

    Like almost everyone, Anglin was caught off guard by what happened at Charlottesville. I think he thought it was a good idea at the time and wasn’t expecting the police to basically take the side of Antifa. Since then he has taken the (wise) position that our side can’t win in a street demonstration so that’s not the way to go.

    I read the Stormer almost every day and Anglin has always been very careful about not allowing talk of violence or anything else that could lead to entrapment.

    Anglin uses crass, immature humour and memes to get his point across. It may seem like a lark to you, but he’s been quite successful and I have no doubt that he’s completely sincere.

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  120. If she played baseball and they dug up these tweets she would be in “Sensitivity Training.”

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    "If she played baseball and they dug up these tweets she would be in “Sensitivity Training.”"

    If my alma maters found tweets like that from me, they would loudly and proudly strip me of my degrees! How does Berkeley/Harvard Bigot get away with it?!? Are they proud of her??
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  121. TheBoom says:
    @Thomas

    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.
     
    My favorite was Kevin Williamson, fired himself not even for anything racial, but just for actually being pro-life. https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/sarah-jeong-twitter-new-york-times-hire-who-it-wants/ (Tl; dr: “Harder, Daddy.”)

    And this is the same Shapiro who advocates whites being fired for being racist

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  122. I’m sure Steve Sailer will write a very snarky blog post when he’s declared a kulak right before he’s loaded on a bullet train to Death Valley when California breaks away.

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  123. @Intelligent Dasein

    Some say maybe the US & Israeli gov agencies set up the Stormer, in order to put anti-Zionist and race-spite material into such an extreme meme-cartoon form its effect is contained, plus the agencies get to track who is reading and commenting there.
     
    Andrew Anglin spent several months prior to the event heavily pumping the "Unite the Right" rally, which it now seems pretty clear was a psy-op full of staged incidents. The Daily Stormer forum was infested with sock puppets who would circle the wagons to get your posts flagged and deleted if you called one of them out. I do not trust Anglin and the idea that the Stormer was some kind of lark or setup seems, in my view, entirely believable.

    Anglin has been heavily criticizing “Unite the Right” since boo.

    Boomers commenting on AR personalities, the thread.

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    Yeah well we can't all have our act together the way Eli Mosley, Chris Cantwell and Matt Heimbach do. Some of us even wonder why Sven comes across as a total pervert in one show after another. We're weird like that.
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  124. The fact that The New York Times, not Vice, not The Huffington Post, not Jezebel, is condoning this is the most significant part of this story. It barely qualifies as a serious newspaper anymore.

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    The fact that The New York Times, not Vice, not The Huffington Post, not Jezebel, is condoning this is the most significant part of this story. It barely qualifies as a serious newspaper anymore.
     
    On the contrary. It shows they are very serious about hating whites.
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  125. TheBoom says:
    @Anon
    Realism check. The Times wants to be able to brag about how they have a diverse masthead, but almost all their writers are Jews or traitorous whites. They're uncomfortable about this. But blacks and Hispanics tend to have poor writing skills, so they can't find anyone of that ilk up to the professional standards of the Times. Therefore, that meant an Asian, but not just any Asian. She had to be a militant SJW if she was going to spout all the propaganda without being ordered to do it all the time by an editor.

    It used to be that scheming careerists watched their mouths. But it honestly looks to me that the NYT hired her because of her racist tweets. A lot of Asians watch their mouths because it might hurt their careers, and I doubt this sort of person would have served the Times very well in promoting a militant liberal agenda. What the Times wanted was a firebomb. They were deliberately looking for a very aggressive and radical Asian to be on their staff.

    My own suspicion is that they have inadvertently hired a Dragon Lady. She's going to be backstabbing and climbing over all the Jews on the staff in a very hardcore way pretty soon. She'll try to seduce some powerful Jewish guy in the Times organization, and she'll end up running the newsroom from behind the throne.

    It is amusing seeing both the Left and the Right (case in point the otherwise astute Derbyshire) think that they can form alliances with Asians. Each tribe of Asians feels superior to and more entitled than every other tribe including other Asians. Their only loyalty in towards their families and secondarily to their tribe and own Asian country. They will never be concerned about the welfare of other races or countries where they are a minority. I say this as someone who lives in Asia

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    They will never be concerned about the welfare of other races or countries where they are a minority.
     
    They will never be concerned about the welfare of other races or countries where they are a majority either. Or animals.

    They just don’t give a f*ck.

    I also say this as someone who lives in Asia.
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  126. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Harry Baldwin
    That's a good example of a progressive using the "where did you even hear about that" fall-back position when their anti-white hatred is exposed.

    Similarly, if in a discussion about rape you would point out that according to FBI crime statistics less than one percent of interracial rape is white-on-black, a progressive would answer, "Only a racist would even know something like that."

    I've also heard the "You probably heard that on Fox News" or "You probably got that from Rush Limbaugh" response. The substance need not be addressed if the source is disdained by the left.

    “Only a racist would even know something like that.”

    Bingo. I mean, how could you, we can’t even.

    They don’t just say it. They believe it.

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  127. istevefan says:

    Personal anecdote here. I was having a conversation with a couple of boomers today and this was the top issue they brought up. They wanted to know if I had heard about the anti-white lady hired by the NY Times.

    I think this is great. The more this stuff is out in the open, the better. We are in a race. Every day almost 3000 people are legally granted admission to the USA. A large quantity of those will eventually become citizens and vote in the near term for democrats. And they will have kids who will vote for the democrats in 18 years.

    There are an enormous amount of whites still voting for the democrats. We need them to recognize what’s in store for them so that they will leave the democrats faster than the paper-work Americans can be added to the voting registry. And stuff like this will help.

    If the other side were smart they’d be quiet. Time is on their side. But their hatred knows no bounds and they have already broken into their touchdown dances.

    Trump needs to tweet about this gal and bring her up at the rallies from here until November.

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    Our OPFOR always goes one bridge too far. That's what trips them up, always.
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  128. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    "Sarah Jeong spreading mindless hate against white men advances the career prospects of non-white-men such as, to take one example, Sarah Jeong."

    Though a lot of white women rely on Uncle Samantha as a surrogate father/husband, they also tend to have white fathers, grandfathers, uncles, cousins, brothers, boyfriends, etc. Open hatred for their white loved ones drives them into the big burly arms of the GOP. Keep it up, Democratic rocket surgeons.

    If only the GOP had our interests at heart, we could be encouraged by that.

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  129. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/GodCloseMyEyes/status/1025030347447250944

    White partner, huh? I’m glad I’m not him.

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    "White partner, huh? I’m glad I’m not him."

    Should read:
    White partner, huh? I’m glad I’m not zir/her/them. I don't think her partner is a cis whatever it is type partner.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    White partner, huh? I’m glad I’m not him.

     

    "Him" is not what I got out of this...
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  130. Anonymous[234] • Disclaimer says:
    @Harry Baldwin
    One of the stupider things on twitter today ... are the right wing ... commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    Hey MSM, if I stick up for you when you're dead wrong, you'll put in a good word for me at my show trial, m'okay?

    This is how cucks virtue signal.

    Exactly right. Shapiro is just trying to ingratiate himself to the establishment and burnish his “moderate conservative” credentials.

    We all know exactly what Jeong meant by white; it certainly wasn’t her effeminate boyfriend or Paul Krugman (or probably Ben Shapiro for that matter). Take out “white” and substitute in almost any other racial/religious group (black, Hispanic, Muslim, Jewish) and does she still get the job, or keep it? To ask the question is to answer it.

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  131. Anon87 says:

    So victims are allowed to lash out at their transgressors? I wonder if the NYT would agree for cases like this or the neverending multitudes of similar crimes:

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    Paula Deen was fired for using a slur referring to a guy who held a gun to her head.
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  132. CCZ says:
    @Ghost of Bull Moose
    Look, we took in her family out of pity. Deeply humiliating to Koreans, who are very ethnocentric and more than a little resentful of whitey to begin with.

    Then there are the generation(s) of Korean adoptees in America. Someone saw an opportunity for childless, race-blind whites in the West, because Koreans don't adopt, not even other Koreans. Their orphanages could not place children with families in their own country, and (initially) were happy to have (white) Westerners take the problem off their hands.

    But of course that's problematic now, too. Quiet a few Korean adoptees reject the families that raised them. I knew a family with two Korean children; the daughter is loyal, the son moved back to Korea with inheritance from his 'grandparents,' and no longer speaks to the people who raised him at considerable expense in a wealthy part of Long Island.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/18/magazine/why-a-generation-of-adoptees-is-returning-to-south-korea.html

    Sarah J's family came as immigrants, and you might expect some gratitude or appreciation for the people who offered her family a home, but you'd be wrong. The fact that she's here because we felt sorry for her surely just adds to her rage.

    Benjamin Franklin was right: "He that has done you a kindness will be more ready to do you another, than he whom you yourself have obliged."

    Her ingratitude is undignified, but there's no pleasing some people, no matter how much you do for them.

    Both parents came using student visas.

    Some “insight” into her “thinking” and, by the way, “amnesty for them [“the undocumented”] immediately because this [the immigration process] isn’t fair.”

    https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/7/5/15905816/immigrant-trump-citizen-patriotism

    (July 5, 2017)

    “America is not doing so hot right now,” declares law and technology journalist Sarah Jeong. But after the election of Donald Trump, she decided to become a US citizen anyway.

    “I was 3, and I came with my parents, who were on student visas. They still live in New York…. They’re just staying residents.”

    “I think maybe something inside me wanted to become a lawyer because the thought of having sort of power over the system was appealing. “

    “Yeah, you know, America is not doing so hot right now. Before the election, I would say, “I’m just going to move back to Korea if Trump gets elected. I can’t deal with this.” And then he did get elected.”

    “I do wish I could maintain dual citizenship…. It would be nice to become repatriated one day into Korea…but no, this is my home, for better or worse. Right now may be worse, but this is where I belong.”

    “People who are natural-born don’t think about…the incredible effort it takes to get somewhere. The concentration and effort of will.”

    “This is something my boyfriend said…. He said that it was incredible to see [people becoming naturalized citizens], how much effort and willpower and tears it took to get there. I think about that, and it’s really sad that a lot of people don’t realize this and they think it is so easy to come legally to this country. I [put] a lot of effort, a lot of time, energy, and money, into becoming a citizen legally. And I would never begrudge someone who came to this country undocumented. I would want amnesty for them immediately because this isn’t fair. This process isn’t fair.

    “It feels really weird. Like, yesterday, I called myself an American in a joke. And it felt like a joke. And I am an American, like, that’s — I registered to vote yesterday. I’m an American now, and it doesn’t feel right.”

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    “I’m an American now, and it doesn’t feel right.”
     
    Because it's not right.

    Trust your feelings, Asian SJW, and go home to the place where you were born. Then we can be spared your upcoming NYT editorial essays about how foreigners are the only people who really belong in America.

    , @anon
    Right now may be worse, but this is where I belong.”

    This is only the first of my many disagreements with Ms Jeong.

    If I moved to Korea, and spent all my time bitching about how much I hate Koreans, how long does she think they'd put up with me?

    It would seem that the fact that we put up with her means that, from her standpoint, we're kind of better than Koreans are, wouldn't it?
    , @Ghost of Bull Moose
    Good grief. Thanks for that. She's just delightful.

    "I think about that, and it’s really sad that a lot of people don’t realize this and they think it is so easy to come legally to this country. I [put] a lot of effort, a lot of time, energy, and money, into becoming a citizen legally."

    Two words, Sarah: You're welcome.

    Incidentally, student visas are also charity. We don't have a shortage of college students in this country.

    , @Mr. Anon

    “It feels really weird. Like, yesterday, I called myself an American in a joke. And it felt like a joke. And I am an American, like, that’s — I registered to vote yesterday. I’m an American now, and it doesn’t feel right.”
     
    It doesn't feel right to me either. I don't consider Sarah Jeong to be an American.
    , @Eagle Eye

    I [put] a lot of effort, a lot of time, energy, and money, into becoming a citizen legally.
     
    Either complete BS, or an admission that she was in the U.S. illegally.

    Since her parents came as students, they most likely acquired green cards later. After 5 years on a green card, the naturalization process is simple, little more than filling out one form and (re-)submitting 2-3 documents. The process is designed to be readily accessible to any halfway literate immigrant.

    Most likely, Sarah did not apply for U.S. citizenship until the Trump era because gaining U.S. citizenship would mean losing the citizenship of her native South Korea.

    On the other hand, if her parents somehow fell "out of status," e.g. because her dad committed a felony, Sarah herself might indeed have faced some real hurdles on the way to becoming a U.S. citizen.

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  133. George says:
    @International Jew
    White partner, huh? I'm glad I'm not him.

    “White partner, huh? I’m glad I’m not him.”

    Should read:
    White partner, huh? I’m glad I’m not zir/her/them. I don’t think her partner is a cis whatever it is type partner.

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  134. There was soon an outcry on right-wing websites over tweets Ms. Jeong wrote from 2013 to early 2015 . . . .

    That’s “old”?

    David Duke never said anything nearly that racist in public or at the same age, but still:

    “Vote for the crook; it’s important.” — NYT.

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  135. AndrewR says:
    @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/GodCloseMyEyes/status/1025030347447250944

    She’s vile, but it’s hard to argue with the video game tweet.

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    Didn't see that one, but saw this one:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Djm0eYeWwAAKSv9.jpg:small

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  136. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D

    I can imagine that involving yourself in investigating the troll life would make you a target of attacks, including attacks based on race and sex, and that you might get sick of it, and return the favor for a while. That’s just human nature.
     
    #1 - Can we see her racist posts in context? She says that's what they were, but I've seen no evidence.

    #2 White "racists" are not permitted to offer excuses for what they say. They are instantly thrown overboard at the first sign of racism. They do not last a day. Sarah's excuse would not fly. Saying it was a joke would not fly. Nothing would fly. Saying something racist for a white person is literally inexcusable. And no one will defend you, not even your friends on the "respectable right". Anyone who defends you is himself a racist. You don't want to be a racist, do you?

    Somehow the same rules do not apply for Sarah.

    The right should learn from this. Alinsky said to make the other side live up to their book of rules. They have now announced a new rule - it's ok to say racist things if you were provoked. You get a free pass if you were provoked. Remember this rule the next time they try to throw a white person overboard because we are supposed to have one set of rules for everyone in this country.

    A good friend is an administrator at a very large public university. As part of their regular “Diversity and Inclusion” encounter sessions they’re required to certify that they do not have any racists among their acquaintance. That’s a step beyond what I knew. But it sort of makes sense–you can’t consort with the enemy. Their ideas might contaminate you, or confuse you, or just complicate things. Racism is like intellectual cooties. And that’s about the level upon which university administrators work.

    Yeah, this person has to pretend not to know me, though I don’t particularly consider myself racist. I am connected to reality, though, and that’s generally enough to send these people over the edge.

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  137. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ibound1
    She became a citizen AFTER these tweets?

    Trump needs to use that.
    Zero control of who we are letting in.

    Trouble is, Trump needs to stay above this level. (Yes, I get the irony.) If only he had someone like Steve Bannon on staff he’d have someone who could make hay of this sort of material. Instead he’s surrounded by traitors.

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    Anonymous[337]:

    Steve Bannon has his problems, e.g. shooting off his mouth to a liberal establishment journalist. Nevertheless he would be perfect for publicizing and holding up to ridicule the intrinsic nuttiness and maliciousness of the powers-that-be.

    Of the one remaining Deplorable in the Administration, Stephen Miller is gifted/talented but not in this regard.
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  138. @International Jew
    White partner, huh? I'm glad I'm not him.

    White partner, huh? I’m glad I’m not him.

    “Him” is not what I got out of this…

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    July 2017 interview: “This is something my boyfriend said…. He said that it was incredible to see [people becoming naturalized citizens]...."

    Maybe she switched!!
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  139. Dredger says:
    @Thomas
    https://twitter.com/ElleArmageddon

    Her white "partner." I guess that explains where the Pokemon points for Harvard came from (not to mention the specific hatred of white men and the second-grade level potty mouth): a perfect fit for the "Journal of Law and Gender"

    This is what Ms Jeong said in a Guardian article (“Technology could ‘disrupt’ racism and sexism”) she wrote in 2014:
    “Discrimination sometimes stems from individual intent, but sometimes it develops out of (or is supported by) a system or infrastructure that can’t think for itself. Undermine the infrastructure, and you may undermine racism.”

    What a strange and unfortunate coincidence that by her very own reasoning Ms Jeong herself appears to be a case of discrimination stemming from individual intent and the NYT an infrastructure supporting racism that would clearly benefit from being undermined!

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  140. res says:
    @Massimo Heitor
    Ms Jeong's twitter highlights: https://twitter.com/ArminNavabi/status/1025015489729196032

    In a more reasonable world, the most prestigious, official voices would condemn Ms. Jeong and condemn the NYT and lower their status. However, the left really has controlled that process.

    This reminds me of a recent slatestarcodex post. One highlight:

    Even though a movement is widely discussed, its ideas never penetrate to anywhere they might actually have power. Even though it has charismatic leaders, they have to resort to low-prestige decentralized people-power to get their message across, while their opponents preach against them from the airwaves and pulpits and universities.

    The left, and the anti-white racists are quite comfortable preaching from the heights of government, the most prestigious universities, and the most esteemed op-ed journals, while the charismatic, well written voices of the opposition, like Steve Sailer, or the IDW types, have been outcast and speak through obscure outlets like unz.com and rely on decentralized crowd funding.

    http://slatestarcodex.com/2018/05/23/can-things-be-both-popular-and-silenced/

    My favorite slatestarcodex tag (and yes, that article has it): http://slatestarcodex.com/tag/things-i-will-regret-writing/

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  141. @27 year old
    Just so you know, its normal for hetero SJW types to refer to their bf or gf as "partner". That's how they talk.

    Just so you know, its normal for hetero SJW types to refer to their bf or gf as “partner”. That’s how they talk.

    “Normal”, or just common?

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  142. Daniel H says:

    In any case, it’s only reverse-racism.

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  143. Anonymous[178] • Disclaimer says:

    Debt of Gratitude Timeline of Sarah Jeong

    S. Korean grandparents rescued from certain defeat by the North Korean army during the Korean war by the Americans, preventing them from generations of suffering under Communist oppression. Thanks White Men!

    S. Korean family protected because S. Korea protected during Armistice from N. Korean army by the Americans. Thanks White Men!

    S. Korean family gains dramatically in prosperity because of S. Korean nation building by Americans. Thanks White Men!

    S. Korean family gains dramatically in prosperity because S. Korea brought from third world to first world by nation building efforts and adopting the technologies and practices created almost exclusively by White Men. Thanks White Men!

    Parents travel to US on planes invented by White Men. Thanks White Men!

    Parents shown tremendous generosity by being allowed to immigrate to the US, a land of great opportunity and prosperity. Thanks White Men!

    Parents likely shown tremendous generosity in being given special minority-based benefits in setting up a small business or at hiring time that the ‘evil whites’ in the majority exclude themselves from. Thanks White Man!

    Sarah Jeong receives tremendous generosity being provided a K-12 education largely paid for by the sweat of ‘evil white’ taxpayers. Thanks White Men!

    Sarah Jeong and her family live in a society where the infrastructure, police, etc. are largely paid for by the sweat of ‘evil white’ taxpayers. Thanks White Men!

    Being provided privileged opportunities to receive scholarships denied to the ‘evil white’ majority as well as being permitted to even attend elite Universities in the US. Thanks White Men!

    Received first real world opportunity to write by a helping hand from a white man, Parker Higgins. Thanks White Man!

    Having the opportunity to screw white guys instead of an Asian guy by virtue of being allowed to live in the US. Thanks White Men!

    Being offered the opportunity to serve at one of the most prestigious newspapers in the US, created by whites, carried through its entire existence by whites. Thanks White Men!

    Given a free pass for Hitleriffic personal views by same newspaper by virtue of being an Asian female and a leftist. Thanks White Men!

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    So it's clear why her resentment is up around the Michelle Obama floor of the inferiority complex building.
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  144. @Johnny Smoggins
    If you're going to call the person with whom you're intimate your "partner", you may as well both just trade in all your clothes for identical, functional, unisex, grey jumpsuits.

    The left sucks all the life and joy out of everything they touch.

    If you’re going to call the person with whom you’re intimate your “partner”,

    I notice that in a lot of articles in the business and mainstream press, you’ll usually see the term “business partner”. 20 years ago it would be merely “partner”. What kind of partner was assumed.

    This is an example of a retronym. Just like “acoustic guitar” and “George HW Bush”.

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    Reg Caesar:

    Every day in every way I learn something useful from the UR.

    Today's example: retronym.
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  145. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @TheBoom
    Imagine the lack of self respect one has to have to be a white person who dates her

    Lucky for her, most white people are just like that.

    Unlucky for us.

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  146. Dan Hayes says:
    @William Badwhite
    This can sometimes throw people off...I used to work with a guy (very masculine acting, former college football player, his brother played in the NFL) who frequently referred to his "partner".

    I was baffled because he, well, seemed pretty straight. One day we were playing golf and to be funny he was rattling off "top 10 rejected names for the movie Broke Back Mountain" and most were funny if pretty crude (e.g. "The Man who Shot on Liberty Valance" or "Oklahomo"). So finally I got up the nerve and said "hey you're telling gay jokes and all but I'm just kind of wondering...you also talk about your partner so I'm kind of confused".

    He looked baffled then kinda mad (which worried me because he was huge), then laughed and said "I'm 45. My partner is 43. She doesn't like being called a girlfriend". Yes, this was in California.

    William Badwhite:

    In Ireland it gets very confusing with universal media usage of “partner”.

    You never know if it’s a man’s wife, girlfriend or sheep?

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  147. @Rosie

    They want us all to know that they just don’t care anymore to hide it.
     
    They really are openly daring us to do something about it. The thing is that showing up at a protest of this outrage actually would probably qualify as a firing offense according to Ben Shapiro!

    They really are openly daring us to do something about it.

    Not just the editors at the New York Times, but all kinds of people in media, in academia, in lobbying groups and deep inside the state right now are doing the equivalent of what Richard Feynman called “tickling the tail of a sleeping dragon.”

    If they are not careful, or even if they are, they might just go too far. They might push a critical mass of their victims together and cause a chain reaction that would result in more than just protests.

    They might end up like Louis Slotin.

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  148. @Thomas

    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.
     
    My favorite was Kevin Williamson, fired himself not even for anything racial, but just for actually being pro-life. https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/sarah-jeong-twitter-new-york-times-hire-who-it-wants/ (Tl; dr: “Harder, Daddy.”)

    Williamson (“White people need to die”) agrees with the tweets.

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  149. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @CCZ
    Both parents came using student visas.

    Some “insight” into her “thinking” and, by the way, “amnesty for them [“the undocumented”] immediately because this [the immigration process] isn't fair.”

    https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/7/5/15905816/immigrant-trump-citizen-patriotism

    (July 5, 2017)

    “America is not doing so hot right now,” declares law and technology journalist Sarah Jeong. But after the election of Donald Trump, she decided to become a US citizen anyway.

    “I was 3, and I came with my parents, who were on student visas. They still live in New York.... They're just staying residents.”

    “I think maybe something inside me wanted to become a lawyer because the thought of having sort of power over the system was appealing. “

    “Yeah, you know, America is not doing so hot right now. Before the election, I would say, "I'm just going to move back to Korea if Trump gets elected. I can't deal with this." And then he did get elected.”

    “I do wish I could maintain dual citizenship.... It would be nice to become repatriated one day into Korea...but no, this is my home, for better or worse. Right now may be worse, but this is where I belong.”

    “People who are natural-born don't think about…the incredible effort it takes to get somewhere. The concentration and effort of will.”

    “This is something my boyfriend said.... He said that it was incredible to see [people becoming naturalized citizens], how much effort and willpower and tears it took to get there. I think about that, and it's really sad that a lot of people don't realize this and they think it is so easy to come legally to this country. I [put] a lot of effort, a lot of time, energy, and money, into becoming a citizen legally. And I would never begrudge someone who came to this country undocumented. I would want amnesty for them immediately because this isn't fair. This process isn't fair.

    “It feels really weird. Like, yesterday, I called myself an American in a joke. And it felt like a joke. And I am an American, like, that's — I registered to vote yesterday. I'm an American now, and it doesn't feel right.”

    “I’m an American now, and it doesn’t feel right.”

    Because it’s not right.

    Trust your feelings, Asian SJW, and go home to the place where you were born. Then we can be spared your upcoming NYT editorial essays about how foreigners are the only people who really belong in America.

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  150. anon[421] • Disclaimer says:
    @CCZ
    Both parents came using student visas.

    Some “insight” into her “thinking” and, by the way, “amnesty for them [“the undocumented”] immediately because this [the immigration process] isn't fair.”

    https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/7/5/15905816/immigrant-trump-citizen-patriotism

    (July 5, 2017)

    “America is not doing so hot right now,” declares law and technology journalist Sarah Jeong. But after the election of Donald Trump, she decided to become a US citizen anyway.

    “I was 3, and I came with my parents, who were on student visas. They still live in New York.... They're just staying residents.”

    “I think maybe something inside me wanted to become a lawyer because the thought of having sort of power over the system was appealing. “

    “Yeah, you know, America is not doing so hot right now. Before the election, I would say, "I'm just going to move back to Korea if Trump gets elected. I can't deal with this." And then he did get elected.”

    “I do wish I could maintain dual citizenship.... It would be nice to become repatriated one day into Korea...but no, this is my home, for better or worse. Right now may be worse, but this is where I belong.”

    “People who are natural-born don't think about…the incredible effort it takes to get somewhere. The concentration and effort of will.”

    “This is something my boyfriend said.... He said that it was incredible to see [people becoming naturalized citizens], how much effort and willpower and tears it took to get there. I think about that, and it's really sad that a lot of people don't realize this and they think it is so easy to come legally to this country. I [put] a lot of effort, a lot of time, energy, and money, into becoming a citizen legally. And I would never begrudge someone who came to this country undocumented. I would want amnesty for them immediately because this isn't fair. This process isn't fair.

    “It feels really weird. Like, yesterday, I called myself an American in a joke. And it felt like a joke. And I am an American, like, that's — I registered to vote yesterday. I'm an American now, and it doesn't feel right.”

    Right now may be worse, but this is where I belong.”

    This is only the first of my many disagreements with Ms Jeong.

    If I moved to Korea, and spent all my time bitching about how much I hate Koreans, how long does she think they’d put up with me?

    It would seem that the fact that we put up with her means that, from her standpoint, we’re kind of better than Koreans are, wouldn’t it?

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  151. @Harry Baldwin
    One of the stupider things on twitter today ... are the right wing ... commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    Hey MSM, if I stick up for you when you're dead wrong, you'll put in a good word for me at my show trial, m'okay?

    This is how cucks virtue signal.

    “This is how cucks virtue signal.”

    Exactly.

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  152. gp says:
    @Buffalo Joe
    If she played baseball and they dug up these tweets she would be in "Sensitivity Training."

    “If she played baseball and they dug up these tweets she would be in “Sensitivity Training.””

    If my alma maters found tweets like that from me, they would loudly and proudly strip me of my degrees! How does Berkeley/Harvard Bigot get away with it?!? Are they proud of her??

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    gp, yes they are extremely proud that she progressed while under the heel of racist white men. You, not so much.
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  153. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @AndrewR
    She's vile, but it's hard to argue with the video game tweet.

    Didn’t see that one, but saw this one:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Djm0eYeWwAAKSv9.jpg:small

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    , @Steve Sailer
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  154. Tiny Duck says:

    It’s so stupid people think tweeting “I hate white people” is a form of racism similar to propagating dehumanizing stereotypes against minorities or normalizing white supremacist or fascist actions.

    I’m enjoying how helpless are white people are becoming

    Soon we will be able to harm you with no repercussions

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  155. CCZ says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    White partner, huh? I’m glad I’m not him.

     

    "Him" is not what I got out of this...

    July 2017 interview: “This is something my boyfriend said…. He said that it was incredible to see [people becoming naturalized citizens]….”

    Maybe she switched!!

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    My Czech brother-in-law became a US citizen last year after living here for 14 years. I only found out after the fact, so I texted him (for the first time ever), writing "congratulations, fellow American!"

    His response? "Thank you"

    No punctuation even!

    Granted, he's never been a very expressive person, but it seems like he wasn't exactly enchanted by his new citizenship. I might as well have texted him "congrats on renewing your driver's license"

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  156. Dan Hayes says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    If you’re going to call the person with whom you’re intimate your “partner”,
     
    I notice that in a lot of articles in the business and mainstream press, you'll usually see the term "business partner". 20 years ago it would be merely "partner". What kind of partner was assumed.

    This is an example of a retronym. Just like "acoustic guitar" and "George HW Bush".

    Reg Caesar:

    Every day in every way I learn something useful from the UR.

    Today’s example: retronym.

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  157. Lurker says:
    @RW
    “Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment,” The Times said in its statement. “For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers. She sees now that this approach only served to feed the vitriol that we too often see on social media.”

    I recall doing the same thing in the reverse situation as a white man who had been harassed by minorities. The NYT crowd were not so forgiving. Interesting that there is no background info on the nature of the harassment. Sounds seedily similar to the buxom white babe who made a video of herself walking around NYC a few years back to call attention to male sexual harassment. Joyce Carol Oats had some old-left sensible observations to make about the racial makeup of the harassers, 98% black and Latino.

    The buxom Jewish babe. FTFY

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  158. @candid_observer
    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not "firing" Jeong -- e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    They are doing so on "principle" -- the principle being that no one should ever be fired for tweets.

    Truly this is mindless.

    Are these commenters really going to argue that no set of tweets, no matter how vile, is sufficient to disqualify someone for a job, no matter how much that job may demand an appearance of freedom from bias?

    It's obvious to anyone but a fool that there are always going to be extremes which can't be broached.

    The tweets in question are not one-offs, but part of a large and recent pattern of vile and explicit bigotry. The job in question here is a position on the editorial board of the most influential newspaper in the country.

    And one of the worst things about it is that the Times knew of those tweets in advance. This displays their open contempt for white people and men. They want us all to know that they just don't care anymore to hide it.

    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    What good would the Times‘s firing her do us? She’s more useful where she is.

    Now, the NYT going out of business… that would do wonders.

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  159. @CCZ
    Both parents came using student visas.

    Some “insight” into her “thinking” and, by the way, “amnesty for them [“the undocumented”] immediately because this [the immigration process] isn't fair.”

    https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/7/5/15905816/immigrant-trump-citizen-patriotism

    (July 5, 2017)

    “America is not doing so hot right now,” declares law and technology journalist Sarah Jeong. But after the election of Donald Trump, she decided to become a US citizen anyway.

    “I was 3, and I came with my parents, who were on student visas. They still live in New York.... They're just staying residents.”

    “I think maybe something inside me wanted to become a lawyer because the thought of having sort of power over the system was appealing. “

    “Yeah, you know, America is not doing so hot right now. Before the election, I would say, "I'm just going to move back to Korea if Trump gets elected. I can't deal with this." And then he did get elected.”

    “I do wish I could maintain dual citizenship.... It would be nice to become repatriated one day into Korea...but no, this is my home, for better or worse. Right now may be worse, but this is where I belong.”

    “People who are natural-born don't think about…the incredible effort it takes to get somewhere. The concentration and effort of will.”

    “This is something my boyfriend said.... He said that it was incredible to see [people becoming naturalized citizens], how much effort and willpower and tears it took to get there. I think about that, and it's really sad that a lot of people don't realize this and they think it is so easy to come legally to this country. I [put] a lot of effort, a lot of time, energy, and money, into becoming a citizen legally. And I would never begrudge someone who came to this country undocumented. I would want amnesty for them immediately because this isn't fair. This process isn't fair.

    “It feels really weird. Like, yesterday, I called myself an American in a joke. And it felt like a joke. And I am an American, like, that's — I registered to vote yesterday. I'm an American now, and it doesn't feel right.”

    Good grief. Thanks for that. She’s just delightful.

    “I think about that, and it’s really sad that a lot of people don’t realize this and they think it is so easy to come legally to this country. I [put] a lot of effort, a lot of time, energy, and money, into becoming a citizen legally.”

    Two words, Sarah: You’re welcome.

    Incidentally, student visas are also charity. We don’t have a shortage of college students in this country.

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  160. Please, please, please Trump. Pick this up and run with it. They will go full blast publicizing you and the story, claiming you’re advancing an alt-right narrative, but her tweets will disgust another 5% into recognizing they really ARE the enemy. Do not waste any more time. Tweet away, Mr. President.

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  161. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    The great irony is she's imitating white people in the colleges she attended.

    Ivies are filled with anti-white Jews and 'good white' cucky-wucks who think they are so goody good cuz they attack other whites. So, Jeong's anti-whiteness is really just imitation of Jewish anti-whiteness and white cucky-wuck self-hatred. But I'm sure she's oppose to identity and nationhood of her own kind. She's a globalist with red/green hair.

    She imitates and follow the Narrative that says everything bad must be traced back to whites. It's a game taught to kids from cradle. As long as whites allowed Jews to create a New Narrative and played cucky-wuck by hailing Diversity while attacking even the slightest vestige of white identity, people like Jeong will be dime-a-dozen.
    I don't think her anti-whiteness is grounded in envy of white achievement or any of that. If anything, Asians were far more backward vis-a-vis the White West than they are now. But they were more admiring because whites admired themselves back then.

    Asians follow whites. If whites feel proud and admire their own civilization, Asians will follow. If whites hate whiteness, Asians will hate whiteness too. In essence, Jeong's anti-whiteness obeys the logic of white self-hatred. After all, what chance would she have in the elite world if she said positive things about white civilization? Even whites at the top would shun her as 'model minority uncle tom' character. White masochists turned idiots like Jeong into dominatrix.

    She’s evil, but she’s not stupid. Like many of her kind she’s expert at figuring how to rise toward the top, by toadying up to the Ruling Class and flying the colors high, which means hating the ones who aren’t colored. It’s why many people have warned against letting too many Asians into your country. They evince the garden-variety anti-white hatred of other third-worlders, but they’re more cunning.

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  162. Paul Rain says:

    Literally the grossest looking Korean woman I’ve ever seen. No wonder she has a lot of anger, when her grandmother is probably a better catch.

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  163. @Anonymous
    Didn't see that one, but saw this one:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Djm0eYeWwAAKSv9.jpg:small

    URL?

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    This should inline the graphic.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Djm0eYeWwAAKSv9.jpg

    It is from page 815 of https://www.jstor.org/stable/41290089
    which is available on libgen. Search by title or use one of these DOIs: 10.1093/sf/89.3.807 10.2307/41290089
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  164. @Anonymous
    Didn't see that one, but saw this one:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Djm0eYeWwAAKSv9.jpg:small

    URL?

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  165. Anon[325] • Disclaimer says:

    Why hasn’t it occurred to anyone to hold a protest outside the New York Times building because of this? We should be doing it whenever the Times pulls crap like this.

    Occupy the New York Times. Occupy the Washington Post. Occupy CNN. They deserve it.

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    Why hasn’t it occurred to anyone to hold a protest outside the New York Times building because of this?
     
    It's occurred to everyone, I daresay, but the Estabishment--from the Police to the Court System to the Google Face Recognition Software--is on the other side. They and their footsoldiers can commit any crime they like and their MSM and 'justice system' will cover for them. We, on the other hand, will lose our jobs, and likely end up in jail, disowned by our loved ones after they read (more likely watch) the MSM version of events. And unlike the so-called "Antifa" we're not permitted to wear masks.
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  166. Beckow says:

    She is a hater and the pictures don’t come close to her deep ugliness. A Korean-American with a white dorky boyfriend named Nimbus (really), she made her name at Harvard as an uncontrollable ‘progressive’ fanatic and that played well with Harvard professors.

    Among her personal achievements was the time she had a feud with her roommate (also a Korean) and bought a small beeping device to put in his mattress to keep him from sleeping. A true unhinged hater, those tweets are how she thinks, that’s how she talks. NY Times might come to regret associating with her. Or maybe they know and she is the kind of a cadre they think will be needed in the coming escalated ‘resistance’. I think Nimbus left her.

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    I'm not sure how you know so much about her, but she definitely comes across unhinged judging from her tweets.

    But then most feministards are.

    Btw I'm an Asian female (not Korean). We are *not* all unhinged SJWs like Sarah Jeong.

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  167. @CCZ
    Sarah Jeong tells us everything that we need to know in 28 seconds.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2ql6H7NpiM

    Well sure if you’re going by the white men at Harvard and the New York Times, but it’s not really fair to judge the rest of us by a few bad eggs.

    To her point though, the way those bad eggs see the world does have an outsized effect and it is in general pretty sucky.

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  168. Veracitor says:

    The “context” link by I_Breznik has already been depublished by Twitter.

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  169. res says:
    @Steve Sailer
    URL?

    This should inline the graphic.

    It is from page 815 of https://www.jstor.org/stable/41290089
    which is available on libgen. Search by title or use one of these DOIs: 10.1093/sf/89.3.807 10.2307/41290089

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    Thanks, I couldn't 'inline' the graphic either. At any rate it's one of the responses in the feed linked way upthread.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/GodCloseMyEyes/status/1025030347447250944/photo/1

    Your source is better than someone's twitter feed though, and FWIW it's a chart I've seen before, or something similar anyway.

    Found it https://theblog.okcupid.com/race-and-attraction-2009-2014-107dcbb4f060


    "OkCupid users are certainly no more open-minded than they used to be. If anything, racial bias has intensified a bit."
     
    Oh dear.
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  170. CCZ says:
    @Steve Sailer
    Thanks.

    Pleased to be able to provide useful information. She also comments on Mastodon, which she described as “like Twitter without Nazis” (article).

    https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/783akg/mastodon-is-like-twitter-without-nazis-so-why-are-we-not-using-it

    Her Mastodon posts are far less numerous, about 600 during 2017, compared to her supposedly tens-of -thousands of Twitter Tweets. Her Mastodon posts (called Toots) are a mix of personal and “techy” stuff.

    sarah jeong @[email protected]

    “the only two things i’m good at on twitter are tweeting about law and being mean to bad people and neither have a place here so….. ” (March 30)

    “I’ve been insanely behind email and work but in my defense, I got horribly sick, I found out my boyfriend has been cheating on me for months, and then there was a terrorist attack [June 2, 2017 Portland train passengers stabbing] in my neighborhood lololololol” (June 3)

    “June is my birthday month and my Worst Ex Ever is now out of my life” (June 3)

    https://mastodon.social/@sarahjeong

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    OMFG, this is, like, getting more and more fun you know?
    , @Mr. Anon

    “I’ve been insanely behind email and work but in my defense, I got horribly sick, I found out my boyfriend has been cheating on me for months,..................
     
    I can't imagine why.
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  171. JamesG says:
    @Anonymous
    You might have been told over and over that Jeong's tweets only seem bad because they've been taken out of context. Someone has taken it upon himself to finesse that context:

    https://twitter.com/TheIllegit/status/1025130252698148864

    This is what their high verbal IQ was selected for.

    Your link leads to:

    Sorry, that page doesn’t exist!

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    TPTB are very busy erasing things tonight. Take screenshots.
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  172. @Duke of Qin
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWb0Fkq4qWQ

    The idea that Sarah Jeong is some massive racist that hates Whites is simply laughable. The truth is that Asian "feminists" are just status mongers who have latched onto an establishment schtick and are running with it. Asian Feminists are actually the closest thing you'll find to a puppet off-white nationalist, promoted and advertised by white men in positions of influence as tokens of "inclusiveness" mostly on account of the fact that they are so pliable. She is as they kids are calling it nowadays, an "auntie Lu".

    The idea that Sarah Jeong is some massive racist that hates Whites is simply laughable.

    Nope. Her 2015 talk she gave at Harvard shows otherwise. She’s really bitter:

    The truth is that Asian “feminists” are just status mongers who have latched onto an establishment schtick and are running with it.

    Asian SJWs (#13), feminists or not, truly resent whites. They have to go back.

    Xtina Huilan Wang:

    White supremacy is a kind of invisible swaddling of whiteness and white culture that pervades everywhere,” she said. “It’s not just saluting Hitler or whatever. The word supremacy means it is supreme. It’s what surrounds us. It is what determines our values….I do think in fact this institution is one that participates in the larger system of white supremacy even if skinheads aren’t running the show.

    Wang is basically admitting that the culture she ended up in is superior to her own people’s. And it’s driving her mad with resentment.

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    You are ascribing to them a degree of self consciousness and awareness that they simply do not possess. It's just Asian conformism to a mainstream trend. Scratch a proud Asian feminist and you'll find a white significant other and "Becky" social mores. It's so universal as to be a trope.

    I will give you Xtinia Huilan Wang though. Imaged searched her up and the first thing I saw with was that picture with Reiko Tomii. Ugh. She and the Japanese woman next to her are 110% bioleninist dyke cadres. So fair enough that they actually do hate Whitey. Though to be fare to us, I'm pretty confident that they hate Asians and themselves to boot. Raging feminists dykes should be classified as weapons of mass destruction. They truly destroy all that is good and beautiful around them wherever they go.
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  173. @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    'Her white “partner.” I guess that explains where the Pokemon points for Harvard came from (not to mention the specific hatred of white men and the second-grade level potty mouth): a perfect fit for the “Journal of Law and Gender.”'

    She's reasonably cute. I'm certain she's infected dozens of geeky White guys with the yellow fever. And I'm certain their awkward ardor begat disgust -- "Groveling goblins" is apt.

    I'm surprised she's a lickalottapuss. To paraphrase Napoleon Dynamite:

    I see you have a girlfriend. Is that because you think you're ugly? Because you're not. You could have a boyfriend.

    My parents were born in the late 1920′s; my dad in the deep South and my mother in Newark, NJ which meant they both lived around blacks from when they were very young. Ironically, my southern red-neck father was far more comfortable than my patrician wasp mother who had no trouble vacating Newark.

    By moving to the whitest of white suburbs, they though they could isolate my brothers and I from the wayward Negros that they had to contend with, but alas, here we are again only this time there is nowhere nice to run to again.

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  174. MG says:

    This vile woman or her forebears came to this country designed and built by whites and all she has to offer in return is contempt and vitriol for the very people whose labors she enjoys today. I see a similar attitude in many Indians.

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  175. Anonym says:
    @eah
    Sarah Jeong is a journalist and lawyer...Jeong graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014. As a law student, she edited the Harvard Journal of Law & Gender,...

    Some of the tweets -- or twittering, whatever -- are (is) so outlandish I'm not sure how seriously to take them (it) -- plus she dyes her hair weird colors.

    https://sarahjeongwrites.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/headshotpink.jpg?w=300&h=300

    Speaking of outlandish tweets:

    Hi all, I have a statement about the tweets that have been going around:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Djm1ozYVAAAld5q.jpg

    https://mobile.twitter.com/5ua/photo

    I am not sure if Jeong and Parker Higgins are/were romantically linked but that grip on the arm might suggest it. Parker even looks somewhat like the Chad meme.

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    I'll take your word for who that is in rest of the cropped foto (don't know either of them) -- as I said, I'm not sure how seriously to take this -- her explanation is not totally implausible, and the tweets are outlandish enough to suggest they weren't meant seriously -- also, Asian women are known to like white men; maybe your foto is an example of that -- one thing though: she apparently identifies as, or to boost her excuse is trying to identify as, a "woman of color" -- you know the 'melting pot' myth is in (even more) trouble when a successful, attractive Asian woman with a JD from Harvard insists on being seen as a "woman of color".

    The double standard/willingness to extend doubt's shadow shown by the NYT in this case is another matter -- but that should not surprise anyone.
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  176. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @res
    This should inline the graphic.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Djm0eYeWwAAKSv9.jpg

    It is from page 815 of https://www.jstor.org/stable/41290089
    which is available on libgen. Search by title or use one of these DOIs: 10.1093/sf/89.3.807 10.2307/41290089

    Thanks, I couldn’t ‘inline’ the graphic either. At any rate it’s one of the responses in the feed linked way upthread.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/GodCloseMyEyes/status/1025030347447250944/photo/1

    Your source is better than someone’s twitter feed though, and FWIW it’s a chart I’ve seen before, or something similar anyway.

    Found it https://theblog.okcupid.com/race-and-attraction-2009-2014-107dcbb4f060

    “OkCupid users are certainly no more open-minded than they used to be. If anything, racial bias has intensified a bit.”

    Oh dear.

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  177. Dan Hayes says:
    @Anonymous
    Trouble is, Trump needs to stay above this level. (Yes, I get the irony.) If only he had someone like Steve Bannon on staff he'd have someone who could make hay of this sort of material. Instead he's surrounded by traitors.

    Anonymous[337]:

    Steve Bannon has his problems, e.g. shooting off his mouth to a liberal establishment journalist. Nevertheless he would be perfect for publicizing and holding up to ridicule the intrinsic nuttiness and maliciousness of the powers-that-be.

    Of the one remaining Deplorable in the Administration, Stephen Miller is gifted/talented but not in this regard.

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  178. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @CCZ
    Pleased to be able to provide useful information. She also comments on Mastodon, which she described as "like Twitter without Nazis" (article).

    https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/783akg/mastodon-is-like-twitter-without-nazis-so-why-are-we-not-using-it

    Her Mastodon posts are far less numerous, about 600 during 2017, compared to her supposedly tens-of -thousands of Twitter Tweets. Her Mastodon posts (called Toots) are a mix of personal and "techy" stuff.

    sarah jeong @[email protected]

    "the only two things i'm good at on twitter are tweeting about law and being mean to bad people and neither have a place here so..... " (March 30)

    "I've been insanely behind email and work but in my defense, I got horribly sick, I found out my boyfriend has been cheating on me for months, and then there was a terrorist attack [June 2, 2017 Portland train passengers stabbing] in my neighborhood lololololol" (June 3)

    "June is my birthday month and my Worst Ex Ever is now out of my life" (June 3)



    https://mastodon.social/@sarahjeong

    OMFG, this is, like, getting more and more fun you know?

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  179. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    Why hasn't it occurred to anyone to hold a protest outside the New York Times building because of this? We should be doing it whenever the Times pulls crap like this.

    Occupy the New York Times. Occupy the Washington Post. Occupy CNN. They deserve it.

    Why hasn’t it occurred to anyone to hold a protest outside the New York Times building because of this?

    It’s occurred to everyone, I daresay, but the Estabishment–from the Police to the Court System to the Google Face Recognition Software–is on the other side. They and their footsoldiers can commit any crime they like and their MSM and ‘justice system’ will cover for them. We, on the other hand, will lose our jobs, and likely end up in jail, disowned by our loved ones after they read (more likely watch) the MSM version of events. And unlike the so-called “Antifa” we’re not permitted to wear masks.

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    On July 6, all the remaining rioters arrested at Trump's inauguration had their charges dropped. Washington DC juries refused to convict those brought to trial. Those who protest on our side cannot expect this kind of leniency.

    WASHINGTON — The United States attorney’s office for the District of Columbia is dismissing the remaining cases against protesters arrested on the day of Donald J. Trump’s inauguration, ending a legal battle that began more than a year and a half ago.

    Federal prosecutors requested Friday in a motion that the charges against the remaining 38 defendants — including one journalist — be dropped. More than 200 people were arrested on Jan. 20, 2017, during demonstrations where some protesters threw rocks and bricks at police officers, set a car on fire and shattered storefront windows.

    “After further review, the United States, in the exercise of its discretion, has determined that these matters should be dismissed without prejudice,” read the motion submitted by Jessie K. Liu, the United States attorney for the District of Columbia.

    Twenty-one of the people arrested that day have pleaded guilty to charges related to violent protest, including one to felony offenses. That protester, Dane Powell, pleaded guilty to one count of felony rioting and one count of assaulting a police officer. He was sentenced to four months in prison, and was released in October.
     
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  180. @Jack Hanson
    Anglin has been heavily criticizing "Unite the Right" since boo.

    Boomers commenting on AR personalities, the thread.

    Yeah well we can’t all have our act together the way Eli Mosley, Chris Cantwell and Matt Heimbach do. Some of us even wonder why Sven comes across as a total pervert in one show after another. We’re weird like that.

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    Eli Mosley, Chris Cantwell and Matt Heimbach
     
    One of these things is not like the others...

    Sven comes across as a total pervert in one show after another
     
    Trumpsayingwrong.gif
    , @Jack Hanson
    Did you just google "alt right figures"?
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  181. Mr. Anon says:
    @Johnny Smoggins
    The fact that The New York Times, not Vice, not The Huffington Post, not Jezebel, is condoning this is the most significant part of this story. It barely qualifies as a serious newspaper anymore.

    The fact that The New York Times, not Vice, not The Huffington Post, not Jezebel, is condoning this is the most significant part of this story. It barely qualifies as a serious newspaper anymore.

    On the contrary. It shows they are very serious about hating whites.

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  182. Mr. Anon says:

    It’s too bad that Trump didn’t get the chance to trade her to North Korea in exchange for Otto Warmbier.

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    LOL. That missed chance says everything about Who We Are Today.
    , @Corn
    I doubt Korea considers this noxious broad any great loss.
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  183. When you ponder the blood & treasure of Whites lost to defend South Korea from communism, remember how South Korean immigrants vote and how they are Absimilating (pace Derbyshire) to CultMarx Poz.

    Remember also how Black South Africans are treating Whites after all the American foreign aid & political support used to help Blacks.
    Remember how anti-American and anti-White so many Brits, French, Belgians, & Dutch have become despite the sacrifices made by their White allies in WW1 & 2.

    It is time to retreat and give large chunks of the world a collective F**k Off. White America has been too Kind. Time for some serious GTFO.

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  184. Mr. Anon says:
    @CCZ
    Pleased to be able to provide useful information. She also comments on Mastodon, which she described as "like Twitter without Nazis" (article).

    https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/783akg/mastodon-is-like-twitter-without-nazis-so-why-are-we-not-using-it

    Her Mastodon posts are far less numerous, about 600 during 2017, compared to her supposedly tens-of -thousands of Twitter Tweets. Her Mastodon posts (called Toots) are a mix of personal and "techy" stuff.

    sarah jeong @[email protected]

    "the only two things i'm good at on twitter are tweeting about law and being mean to bad people and neither have a place here so..... " (March 30)

    "I've been insanely behind email and work but in my defense, I got horribly sick, I found out my boyfriend has been cheating on me for months, and then there was a terrorist attack [June 2, 2017 Portland train passengers stabbing] in my neighborhood lololololol" (June 3)

    "June is my birthday month and my Worst Ex Ever is now out of my life" (June 3)



    https://mastodon.social/@sarahjeong

    “I’ve been insanely behind email and work but in my defense, I got horribly sick, I found out my boyfriend has been cheating on me for months,………………

    I can’t imagine why.

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  185. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:

    I presume Sarah Yeong is of Korean ethnicity.

    The Korean War (the ‘forgotten war’) was a big story back in the day, and marked the start of the USA’s silly and pointless foreign military interventions in the lands of ‘faraway people of which we know very little’ , all in the name of the supposedly ‘altruistic’ cause of containing communism and of the USA showing off its new found ‘super power’ and ‘global hegemon’ power.

    As is the case with Vietnam and Iraq in later years, all that can be said is that these interventions, when judged by the yardstick of history were extremely stupid and extremely pointless enormous wastes of blood and treasure.

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    Yeah, but it was a hell of a war if you were a fighter jock. 14:1 kill ratio over an opponent with a very nearly equal aircraft.

    The phrase "eighty-sixed" still survives as a colloquialism for getting rid of something. Although this week Wikipedia doesn't remember it, it is pretty clearly traceable to Korean War newsreels extolling the virtues of the then revolutionary North American F-86.

    A couple of years ago I saw a F-86 and a MiG-15 or -17 in formation fly nearly directly over my house.
    Times have changed.
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  186. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @JamesG
    Your link leads to:

    Sorry, that page doesn’t exist!
     

    TPTB are very busy erasing things tonight. Take screenshots.

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  187. Mr. Anon says:
    @CCZ
    Both parents came using student visas.

    Some “insight” into her “thinking” and, by the way, “amnesty for them [“the undocumented”] immediately because this [the immigration process] isn't fair.”

    https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/7/5/15905816/immigrant-trump-citizen-patriotism

    (July 5, 2017)

    “America is not doing so hot right now,” declares law and technology journalist Sarah Jeong. But after the election of Donald Trump, she decided to become a US citizen anyway.

    “I was 3, and I came with my parents, who were on student visas. They still live in New York.... They're just staying residents.”

    “I think maybe something inside me wanted to become a lawyer because the thought of having sort of power over the system was appealing. “

    “Yeah, you know, America is not doing so hot right now. Before the election, I would say, "I'm just going to move back to Korea if Trump gets elected. I can't deal with this." And then he did get elected.”

    “I do wish I could maintain dual citizenship.... It would be nice to become repatriated one day into Korea...but no, this is my home, for better or worse. Right now may be worse, but this is where I belong.”

    “People who are natural-born don't think about…the incredible effort it takes to get somewhere. The concentration and effort of will.”

    “This is something my boyfriend said.... He said that it was incredible to see [people becoming naturalized citizens], how much effort and willpower and tears it took to get there. I think about that, and it's really sad that a lot of people don't realize this and they think it is so easy to come legally to this country. I [put] a lot of effort, a lot of time, energy, and money, into becoming a citizen legally. And I would never begrudge someone who came to this country undocumented. I would want amnesty for them immediately because this isn't fair. This process isn't fair.

    “It feels really weird. Like, yesterday, I called myself an American in a joke. And it felt like a joke. And I am an American, like, that's — I registered to vote yesterday. I'm an American now, and it doesn't feel right.”

    “It feels really weird. Like, yesterday, I called myself an American in a joke. And it felt like a joke. And I am an American, like, that’s — I registered to vote yesterday. I’m an American now, and it doesn’t feel right.”

    It doesn’t feel right to me either. I don’t consider Sarah Jeong to be an American.

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  188. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    The idea that Sarah Jeong is some massive racist that hates Whites is simply laughable.
     
    Nope. Her 2015 talk she gave at Harvard shows otherwise. She’s really bitter:

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

    The truth is that Asian “feminists” are just status mongers who have latched onto an establishment schtick and are running with it.
     
    Asian SJWs (#13), feminists or not, truly resent whites. They have to go back.

    Xtina Huilan Wang:

    White supremacy is a kind of invisible swaddling of whiteness and white culture that pervades everywhere,” she said. “It’s not just saluting Hitler or whatever. The word supremacy means it is supreme. It’s what surrounds us. It is what determines our values….I do think in fact this institution is one that participates in the larger system of white supremacy even if skinheads aren’t running the show.
     
    Wang is basically admitting that the culture she ended up in is superior to her own people’s. And it’s driving her mad with resentment.

    You are ascribing to them a degree of self consciousness and awareness that they simply do not possess. It’s just Asian conformism to a mainstream trend. Scratch a proud Asian feminist and you’ll find a white significant other and “Becky” social mores. It’s so universal as to be a trope.

    I will give you Xtinia Huilan Wang though. Imaged searched her up and the first thing I saw with was that picture with Reiko Tomii. Ugh. She and the Japanese woman next to her are 110% bioleninist dyke cadres. So fair enough that they actually do hate Whitey. Though to be fare to us, I’m pretty confident that they hate Asians and themselves to boot. Raging feminists dykes should be classified as weapons of mass destruction. They truly destroy all that is good and beautiful around them wherever they go.

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  189. @JimB
    She claims her comments were taken out of contexts, but the YouTube clip in comment 73 suggests that her context is exactly what you guessed, you bigoted white male racist, you.

    I agree, she seems to be quasi-serious about whites being bad. Which in turn leads me to conclude that the New York Times is run by Jews who think they aren’t white…

    It’s funny, the kinds of anti-white opinions that exist. There are nonwhites who don’t like whites for entirely concrete and understandable reasons: you think you’re better than us, you colonized our country, etc. Then there’s the attempt to imply that whites are a vacuum, that they have no culture or personality. (That one dissipates the moment you learn to associate white people with European culture, landing on the moon, and so on.)

    And then there are odd attempts to theorize “whiteness” in metaphysical terms. Again, I can understand the concrete version of this, e.g. people who campaign against skin bleaching products or eyelid surgery. But some critical race theorists sound like Herman Melville writing about “the whiteness of the whale” in Moby Dick.

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    There are nonwhites who don’t like whites for entirely concrete and understandable reasons: you think you’re better than us, you colonized our country, etc.
     
    I'm not conceding this stupid point. Are the Polish to blame for Belgium's behavior in the Congo in the 19th century? Are even the Belgian in 21st century Antwerp responsible? Are Americans to blame for the deaths of Iraqis in two stupid elective wars? Koreans are the kissing cousins of the Japanese. Are they to blame for the behavior of the Japanese Imperial Army in Nanjing? Of course not. On its face, blame-whitey doctrine -- even for black slavery in the south 160 years ago -- is a blood libel that passes the smell test of only imbeciles. Collective or historic guilt does not exist. However, non-white people and white elites have formed a coalition to perpetrate a soft genocide against the white American masses by crowding them out of their cities, universities, and livelihoods. Ridiculing them in popular culture is no different from Nazi propaganda ridiculing the Jews in the 30s. The Who?Whom? movement is theft and human destruction on a massive scale no less evil than the Holocaust.
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  190. @Anon87
    So victims are allowed to lash out at their transgressors? I wonder if the NYT would agree for cases like this or the neverending multitudes of similar crimes:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Hhyu_Gmj8Dg

    Paula Deen was fired for using a slur referring to a guy who held a gun to her head.

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  191. hhsiii says:
    @Anon
    "The excuse that she was somehow “provoked” into sending those tweets are just weak."

    She says she was responding in kind. So, are we to believe that white people were tweeting her with messages like 'I want to harass and torment old Asian people?'

    And what was her tweet about BREAKING BAD about? What was the context? It just sounds gratuitously hostile.

    And speaking of white people not breeding, East Asian birthrates are even lower in the East and West.

    She was called a dog-eating gook, but not sure if that was in response.

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    In her "apology", she screen-capped some tweets like that from October and November of 2014.

    Of course, her comments about taking joy in being cruel to old white men came from July of that year.

    But then, that's not really the point, is it? Because the guys who wrote those tweets weren't going to get hired by the New York Times, were they?

    And even if they somehow did, the NYT would have fired them as soon as they found out about those tweets.

    I really think Ms Jeong need to unpack her invisible knapsack of minority privilege.
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  192. anon[421] • Disclaimer says:
    @hhsiii
    She was called a dog-eating gook, but not sure if that was in response.

    In her “apology”, she screen-capped some tweets like that from October and November of 2014.

    Of course, her comments about taking joy in being cruel to old white men came from July of that year.

    But then, that’s not really the point, is it? Because the guys who wrote those tweets weren’t going to get hired by the New York Times, were they?

    And even if they somehow did, the NYT would have fired them as soon as they found out about those tweets.

    I really think Ms Jeong need to unpack her invisible knapsack of minority privilege.

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    Like they say, lie down with dogs you get fleas. Traffic in identitarian power plays and you get it back in, um spades.

    Not sure about eating dogs. One of the better Curb Your Enthusiasm bits. The Korean florist caterer and bookie and the dog.
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  193. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr. Anon
    It's too bad that Trump didn't get the chance to trade her to North Korea in exchange for Otto Warmbier.

    LOL. That missed chance says everything about Who We Are Today.

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  194. Anonymous[357] • Disclaimer says:
    @istevefan
    Personal anecdote here. I was having a conversation with a couple of boomers today and this was the top issue they brought up. They wanted to know if I had heard about the anti-white lady hired by the NY Times.

    I think this is great. The more this stuff is out in the open, the better. We are in a race. Every day almost 3000 people are legally granted admission to the USA. A large quantity of those will eventually become citizens and vote in the near term for democrats. And they will have kids who will vote for the democrats in 18 years.

    There are an enormous amount of whites still voting for the democrats. We need them to recognize what's in store for them so that they will leave the democrats faster than the paper-work Americans can be added to the voting registry. And stuff like this will help.

    If the other side were smart they'd be quiet. Time is on their side. But their hatred knows no bounds and they have already broken into their touchdown dances.

    Trump needs to tweet about this gal and bring her up at the rallies from here until November.

    Our OPFOR always goes one bridge too far. That’s what trips them up, always.

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  195. Anonymous[357] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    I presume Sarah Yeong is of Korean ethnicity.

    The Korean War (the 'forgotten war') was a big story back in the day, and marked the start of the USA's silly and pointless foreign military interventions in the lands of 'faraway people of which we know very little' , all in the name of the supposedly 'altruistic' cause of containing communism and of the USA showing off its new found 'super power' and 'global hegemon' power.

    As is the case with Vietnam and Iraq in later years, all that can be said is that these interventions, when judged by the yardstick of history were extremely stupid and extremely pointless enormous wastes of blood and treasure.

    Yeah, but it was a hell of a war if you were a fighter jock. 14:1 kill ratio over an opponent with a very nearly equal aircraft.

    The phrase “eighty-sixed” still survives as a colloquialism for getting rid of something. Although this week Wikipedia doesn’t remember it, it is pretty clearly traceable to Korean War newsreels extolling the virtues of the then revolutionary North American F-86.

    A couple of years ago I saw a F-86 and a MiG-15 or -17 in formation fly nearly directly over my house.
    Times have changed.

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  196. MEH 0910 says:

    Jerry Coyne: Sarah Jeong, named NYT’s lead technology writer, has a history of racist tweets

    On February 13, the New York Times hired Quinn Norton to write about technology for the paper, and later that day fired her. The cause was Norton’s history of questionable tweets, as well as a friendship with a white supremacist—things that social media apparently called to the paper’s attention. According to Wired, the issues are more complicated than that, and Quinn’s “racist” tweets might have been misinterpreted. I take no stand on this because I haven’t followed Quinn’s story, but the fact is that the paper decided to let Quinn go because of her bigoted tweets in the past.

    The case of Sarah Jeong, however, just hired by the paper as the head technology writer, seems less complicated, as there’s no way one can interpret her tweets —made between 2013 and 2015—charitably. They’re racist, bigoted (against white people, especially men), and numerous.
    ……
    Should anybody be fired for a history of racist tweets? Readers can weigh in on that below; I have no firm opinion. My point here is simply that the New York Times, which I maintain is becoming a Control Leftist paper, is engaging in arrant hypocrisy by treating two identical cases differently based solely on ethnicity. In this case the content of the women’s character was outweighed by the color of their skin.

    My respect for this paper has eroded rapidly, and this case is the kicker. The paper is reprehensible.

    Jerry Coyne is no friend of the alt-right, but he has his problems with the ctrl-left.

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    "My point here is simply that the New York Times, which I maintain is becoming a Control Leftist paper, is engaging in arrant hypocrisy by treating two identical cases differently based solely on ethnicity."
     
    Welcome to the club, Capt Obvious! Meanwhile I daresay the NYT is printing what its owners like, and what they know will sell to its readers. That's what makes them what they are.
    , @MEH 0910
    More Jerry Coyne: HuffPo, Slate, and Vox: “It’s okay when people of color are racists”

    But this morning I’m disgusted by how the Leftist media has reacted to an incident I described yesterday, excusing someone for being a racist simply because she’s Asian. That media is saying that racism is okay if people of color do it. The three examples below represent some of the slimiest and most disgusting behavior I’ve seen from the liberal media. (As always, I consider myself a liberal, but can’t abide some of the Left’s odious behavior.)
     
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  197. Anonymous[357] • Disclaimer says:

    What is it with this hair color thing? I see Little Little Miss Muffett is back….and she’s converted to…a tangerine?

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    Wow she took that one down fast.

    Mumsy was in St. Louis a couple of weeks ago and in a remarkable display of female solidarity explained to the crowd the difference between Courtney Love and the Gateway Arch.

    Not everyone, Miss Hynde explained, has been up in the Arch.
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  198. Rocks Off says:
    @Anonymous
    Our OPFOR always goes one bridge too far. That's what trips them up, always.

    I copied Ms. Joeng’s tweets but replaced the word “white” with “Jew” on posted them on Twitter. Took about an hour but they gave me a timeout.

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  199. BenKenobi says:
    @Cagey Beast
    Yeah well we can't all have our act together the way Eli Mosley, Chris Cantwell and Matt Heimbach do. Some of us even wonder why Sven comes across as a total pervert in one show after another. We're weird like that.

    Eli Mosley, Chris Cantwell and Matt Heimbach

    One of these things is not like the others…

    Sven comes across as a total pervert in one show after another

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  200. Has anyone else noticed how when those petite, demure Asian females feel comfortable they start tweeting and speaking from the id? It’s more obvious among Koreans who seem not to understand subtlety or circumlocution but not at all limited to that ethnicity.

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    You’re thinking of Filipina Yvette Falarca?

    She’s tiny, slim build but yells like a crazy person. Truly rants and raves.
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  201. @Thomas
    I'm actually rather surprised that a graduate of Berkeley and Harvard Law School was this direct and crass about "dumbass fucking white people," rather than wrapping it in pseudo-intellectual koanic fluff about "people who think they are white," or "privilege," or "the patriarchy." I guess Twitter lets out the raw id in anybody, if they're not careful.

    Jeong attended the University of California Berkeley and Harvard Law School, where she was editor of Harvard Journal of Law & Gender.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Jeong#Early_life

    Hmm. Maybe there is actually a way for Asians to earn some admissions Pokemon points from Harvard. Yay for them, I guess.

    You’d think she have more sense. Whatever became of common sense?

    Sounds arrogant as all get out. NYT rolls over for her. Gets even more arrogant.

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  202. eah says:
    @Anonym
    https://mobile.twitter.com/5ua/photo

    I am not sure if Jeong and Parker Higgins are/were romantically linked but that grip on the arm might suggest it. Parker even looks somewhat like the Chad meme.

    I’ll take your word for who that is in rest of the cropped foto (don’t know either of them) — as I said, I’m not sure how seriously to take this — her explanation is not totally implausible, and the tweets are outlandish enough to suggest they weren’t meant seriously — also, Asian women are known to like white men; maybe your foto is an example of that — one thing though: she apparently identifies as, or to boost her excuse is trying to identify as, a “woman of color” — you know the ‘melting pot’ myth is in (even more) trouble when a successful, attractive Asian woman with a JD from Harvard insists on being seen as a “woman of color”.

    The double standard/willingness to extend doubt’s shadow shown by the NYT in this case is another matter — but that should not surprise anyone.

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    Here is the full foto from the link posted by commenter "Anonym":

    https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/515582928252710912/eTDYPHr7_400x400.jpeg
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  203. @miss marple
    Has anyone else noticed how when those petite, demure Asian females feel comfortable they start tweeting and speaking from the id? It's more obvious among Koreans who seem not to understand subtlety or circumlocution but not at all limited to that ethnicity.

    You’re thinking of Filipina Yvette Falarca?

    She’s tiny, slim build but yells like a crazy person. Truly rants and raves.

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    You’re thinking of Filipina Yvette Falarca?

    She’s tiny, slim build but yells like a crazy person. Truly rants and raves.
     
    Yvette Falarca would have fit right in with the Khmer Rouge.
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  204. MEH 0910 says:
    @Anon
    Goo.

    This babytalk is what passes for sophistication and commitment.

    https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2015-04/15/11/enhanced/webdr04/original-1550-1429112515-28.jpg?downsize=715:*&output-format=auto&output-quality=auto

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SgLSV9Mgfw
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    Sweet thing. We need to import a few million more just like her.
    , @Harry Baldwin
    People have described Sarah Jeong as physically unattractive, which I don't think is fair. To establish a baseline, can we at least agree that this girl is significantly less attractive than Sarah?
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  205. eah says:
    @eah
    I'll take your word for who that is in rest of the cropped foto (don't know either of them) -- as I said, I'm not sure how seriously to take this -- her explanation is not totally implausible, and the tweets are outlandish enough to suggest they weren't meant seriously -- also, Asian women are known to like white men; maybe your foto is an example of that -- one thing though: she apparently identifies as, or to boost her excuse is trying to identify as, a "woman of color" -- you know the 'melting pot' myth is in (even more) trouble when a successful, attractive Asian woman with a JD from Harvard insists on being seen as a "woman of color".

    The double standard/willingness to extend doubt's shadow shown by the NYT in this case is another matter -- but that should not surprise anyone.

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    She fell in love with literal Chad. The hair, posture, and always looks everyone in the eye at all times. Chad would have a degree from Harvard, if he had a degree.

    https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/001/265/329/e83.png

    https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/515582928252710912/eTDYPHr7_400x400.jpeg
    , @eah
    The BBC really ought to do this chick a favor and show the full, uncropped foto.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DjrdgAcX4AAlHdd.jpg
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  206. @RW
    “Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment,” The Times said in its statement. “For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers. She sees now that this approach only served to feed the vitriol that we too often see on social media.”

    I recall doing the same thing in the reverse situation as a white man who had been harassed by minorities. The NYT crowd were not so forgiving. Interesting that there is no background info on the nature of the harassment. Sounds seedily similar to the buxom white babe who made a video of herself walking around NYC a few years back to call attention to male sexual harassment. Joyce Carol Oats had some old-left sensible observations to make about the racial makeup of the harassers, 98% black and Latino.

    Note how many of the tweets do not specify a respondent?

    If she’s responding to harassment, why not address the harasser?

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  207. Pericles says:
    @RW
    “Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment,” The Times said in its statement. “For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers. She sees now that this approach only served to feed the vitriol that we too often see on social media.”

    I recall doing the same thing in the reverse situation as a white man who had been harassed by minorities. The NYT crowd were not so forgiving. Interesting that there is no background info on the nature of the harassment. Sounds seedily similar to the buxom white babe who made a video of herself walking around NYC a few years back to call attention to male sexual harassment. Joyce Carol Oats had some old-left sensible observations to make about the racial makeup of the harassers, 98% black and Latino.

    Sounds seedily similar to the buxom white babe who made a video of herself walking around NYC a few years back to call attention to male sexual harassment.

    Next episode: Walking around NYC with a MAGA hat.

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  208. MEH 0910 says:
    @The Z Blog
    Sloppy Williamson to the rescue: https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/sarah-jeong-twitter-new-york-times-hire-who-it-wants/

    Funny how their principles always result in losing. Total coincidence, I'm sure.

    Technology writer Quinn Norton, who was hired and fired by the NYT, does the same thing in a tweet, sticking up for Sarah Jeong:

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  209. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @MEH 0910
    Jerry Coyne: Sarah Jeong, named NYT’s lead technology writer, has a history of racist tweets

    On February 13, the New York Times hired Quinn Norton to write about technology for the paper, and later that day fired her. The cause was Norton’s history of questionable tweets, as well as a friendship with a white supremacist—things that social media apparently called to the paper’s attention. According to Wired, the issues are more complicated than that, and Quinn’s “racist” tweets might have been misinterpreted. I take no stand on this because I haven’t followed Quinn’s story, but the fact is that the paper decided to let Quinn go because of her bigoted tweets in the past.

    The case of Sarah Jeong, however, just hired by the paper as the head technology writer, seems less complicated, as there’s no way one can interpret her tweets —made between 2013 and 2015—charitably. They’re racist, bigoted (against white people, especially men), and numerous.
    ......
    Should anybody be fired for a history of racist tweets? Readers can weigh in on that below; I have no firm opinion. My point here is simply that the New York Times, which I maintain is becoming a Control Leftist paper, is engaging in arrant hypocrisy by treating two identical cases differently based solely on ethnicity. In this case the content of the women’s character was outweighed by the color of their skin.

    My respect for this paper has eroded rapidly, and this case is the kicker. The paper is reprehensible.

     

    Jerry Coyne is no friend of the alt-right, but he has his problems with the ctrl-left.

    “My point here is simply that the New York Times, which I maintain is becoming a Control Leftist paper, is engaging in arrant hypocrisy by treating two identical cases differently based solely on ethnicity.”

    Welcome to the club, Capt Obvious! Meanwhile I daresay the NYT is printing what its owners like, and what they know will sell to its readers. That’s what makes them what they are.

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  210. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @MEH 0910

    https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2015-04/15/11/enhanced/webdr04/original-1550-1429112515-28.jpg?downsize=715:*&output-format=auto&output-quality=auto
     
    If you get rid of the extra jazz in the URL after jpg, the picture will appear on Unz:

    https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2015-04/15/11/enhanced/webdr04/original-1550-1429112515-28.jpg

    Sweet thing. We need to import a few million more just like her.

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    "Sweet thing. We need to import a few million more just like her."

    We already have. You just haven't heard from them, yet.

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  211. MEH 0910 says:
    @The Z Blog
    Sloppy Williamson to the rescue: https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/sarah-jeong-twitter-new-york-times-hire-who-it-wants/

    Funny how their principles always result in losing. Total coincidence, I'm sure.

    From the Kevin Williamson piece:

    I assume that the editors of the Times knew exactly who and what Jeong was when they hired her. If not, then it isn’t Jeong who needs to be fired — it’s the negligent people who hired her.

    Heh, that could be taken as a shot by Williamson at Jeffrey Goldberg at The Atlantic, who hired and fired Williamson.

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  212. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @CCZ
    According to her former employer, The Verge, your article "is not a good-faith conversation; it’s intimidation."

    "Newsrooms must stand up to targeted campaigns of harassment."
    https://www.theverge.com/2018/8/2/17644878/the-verge-new-york-times-sarah-jeong

    "Online trolls and harassers want us, the Times, and other newsrooms to waste our time by debating their malicious agenda. They take tweets and other statements out of context because they want to disrupt us and harm individual reporters. The strategy is to divide and conquer by forcing newsrooms to disavow their colleagues one at a time. This is not a good-faith conversation; it’s intimidation."

    "So we’re not going to fall for these disingenuous tactics. And it’s time other newsrooms learn to spot these hateful campaigns for what they are: attempts to discredit and undo the vital work of journalists who report on the most toxic communities on the internet. We are encouraged that our colleagues at The New York Times are standing by Sarah in the face of feigned outrage."

    Classic SJW verbiage. Reminds me of Rolling Stone editors in response to the Sabrina Rubin Erdely rape hoax being exposed. “We are done talking about this story.”

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    Reminds me of Rolling Stone editors in response to the Sabrina Rubin Erdely rape hoax being exposed. “We are done talking about this story.”

     

    Unfortunately for them, it turned out they weren't. So sad. So many $$$.
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  213. Pericles says:
    @MikeatMikedotMike
    1. Yes,
    2. I'm over it,
    3. How do we know this for sure (that it's unusual, I mean?) I imagine most retarded children born in China are immediately drowned in the bathtub.

    I imagine most retarded children born in China are immediately drowned in the bathtub.

    I get the impression that nowadays they are handed over to international adoption agencies.

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  214. Pericles says:
    @anony-mouse
    Well golly, maybe Unz.com could get a young female to respond to her.

    What am I saying, there has never been a young female writer at Unz.com ever. Maybe they have the cooties?

    I tell you it's a whole different sex.

    It's not that there aren't any young females on the right or even on the alt-right. Kinda creepy to have a whole bunch of old men making comments about a young woman.

    Well golly, maybe Unz.com could get a young female to respond to her.

    Lol, so what Unz.com really needs is quotas. Thanks for the piercing observation, anony-rat.

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  215. Pericles says:
    @candid_observer
    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not "firing" Jeong -- e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    They are doing so on "principle" -- the principle being that no one should ever be fired for tweets.

    Truly this is mindless.

    Are these commenters really going to argue that no set of tweets, no matter how vile, is sufficient to disqualify someone for a job, no matter how much that job may demand an appearance of freedom from bias?

    It's obvious to anyone but a fool that there are always going to be extremes which can't be broached.

    The tweets in question are not one-offs, but part of a large and recent pattern of vile and explicit bigotry. The job in question here is a position on the editorial board of the most influential newspaper in the country.

    And one of the worst things about it is that the Times knew of those tweets in advance. This displays their open contempt for white people and men. They want us all to know that they just don't care anymore to hide it.

    One of the stupider things on twitter today (is that possible?) are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    He’s the Intellectual Dark Web you know … spoooky … edgy … not faked opposition …

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  216. Pericles says:
    @Duke of Qin
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWb0Fkq4qWQ

    The idea that Sarah Jeong is some massive racist that hates Whites is simply laughable. The truth is that Asian "feminists" are just status mongers who have latched onto an establishment schtick and are running with it. Asian Feminists are actually the closest thing you'll find to a puppet off-white nationalist, promoted and advertised by white men in positions of influence as tokens of "inclusiveness" mostly on account of the fact that they are so pliable. She is as they kids are calling it nowadays, an "auntie Lu".

    The idea that Sarah Jeong is some massive racist that hates Whites is simply laughable. The truth is that Asian “feminists” are just status mongers who have latched onto an establishment schtick and are running with it.

    Sure, Asians are the most naturally tolerant of peoples. They just don’t see color.

    And yet, even if corrupted by the West, I’m sure she also knows that live by the sword, die by the sword. “But I was just status mongeling, whieeeee — (chop)”

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  217. Pericles says:
    @Anonymous
    Classic SJW verbiage. Reminds me of Rolling Stone editors in response to the Sabrina Rubin Erdely rape hoax being exposed. "We are done talking about this story."

    Reminds me of Rolling Stone editors in response to the Sabrina Rubin Erdely rape hoax being exposed. “We are done talking about this story.”

    Unfortunately for them, it turned out they weren’t. So sad. So many $$$.

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  218. @anony-mouse
    Well golly, maybe Unz.com could get a young female to respond to her.

    What am I saying, there has never been a young female writer at Unz.com ever. Maybe they have the cooties?

    I tell you it's a whole different sex.

    It's not that there aren't any young females on the right or even on the alt-right. Kinda creepy to have a whole bunch of old men making comments about a young woman.

    I’m female but not young.

    I find these tweets not just offensive but also an indication of very poor judgment.

    They’re not all “responses” to harassment. Some of the worst one contain no respondent and appear to target all readers.

    NYT is showing poor judgement too.

    I keep a subscription just to keep track of them (know your enemy). I could write a letter to the editor. Comments were not turned on for their short piece defending her.

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  219. Anonym says:
    @eah
    Here is the full foto from the link posted by commenter "Anonym":

    https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/515582928252710912/eTDYPHr7_400x400.jpeg

    She fell in love with literal Chad. The hair, posture, and always looks everyone in the eye at all times. Chad would have a degree from Harvard, if he had a degree.

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    Lol that guy is not a chad. A middle-beta at best.
    , @Anonym
    https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/Pm1CcNSfLyyy7lRvbUsAil5FL5Q=/1400x0/filters:no_upscale()/cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_asset/file/10732403/WumKAm3.jpg

    In the Chad framework, Jeong is a Becky (no, not the good hair Becky, she is the opposite of Stacy). So the underlying dynamic is Chad vs Becky. Parker Higgins is the Chad, so as soon as he got what he wanted (or allowed Jeong to get what she wanted), the Becky had served her purpose. If this was a community college and Parker wasn't as good looking, he may have wifed her. However, he's a Chad from Harvard, so she should have lowered her expectations. She's no Priscilla Chan, lol. To be honest Jeong is better looking than Chan. If Chan is a 3.5, Jeong is maybe a 5 or 6.

    https://www.racked.com/platform/amp/2018/4/28/17290256/incel-chad-stacy-becky
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  220. @anon
    I think it's funny how the New York Times does this, and then still pretends that Trump voters are crazy for thinking that the media is their enemy.

    When they hire someone who explicitly says that they're the enemy, it's hard to believe that they're genuinely mystified when people believe them.

    Agreed. It’s as if the NYT is determined to make Trump voters out of millions of people.

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  221. Eagle Eye says:
    @CCZ
    Both parents came using student visas.

    Some “insight” into her “thinking” and, by the way, “amnesty for them [“the undocumented”] immediately because this [the immigration process] isn't fair.”

    https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/7/5/15905816/immigrant-trump-citizen-patriotism

    (July 5, 2017)

    “America is not doing so hot right now,” declares law and technology journalist Sarah Jeong. But after the election of Donald Trump, she decided to become a US citizen anyway.

    “I was 3, and I came with my parents, who were on student visas. They still live in New York.... They're just staying residents.”

    “I think maybe something inside me wanted to become a lawyer because the thought of having sort of power over the system was appealing. “

    “Yeah, you know, America is not doing so hot right now. Before the election, I would say, "I'm just going to move back to Korea if Trump gets elected. I can't deal with this." And then he did get elected.”

    “I do wish I could maintain dual citizenship.... It would be nice to become repatriated one day into Korea...but no, this is my home, for better or worse. Right now may be worse, but this is where I belong.”

    “People who are natural-born don't think about…the incredible effort it takes to get somewhere. The concentration and effort of will.”

    “This is something my boyfriend said.... He said that it was incredible to see [people becoming naturalized citizens], how much effort and willpower and tears it took to get there. I think about that, and it's really sad that a lot of people don't realize this and they think it is so easy to come legally to this country. I [put] a lot of effort, a lot of time, energy, and money, into becoming a citizen legally. And I would never begrudge someone who came to this country undocumented. I would want amnesty for them immediately because this isn't fair. This process isn't fair.

    “It feels really weird. Like, yesterday, I called myself an American in a joke. And it felt like a joke. And I am an American, like, that's — I registered to vote yesterday. I'm an American now, and it doesn't feel right.”

    I [put] a lot of effort, a lot of time, energy, and money, into becoming a citizen legally.

    Either complete BS, or an admission that she was in the U.S. illegally.

    Since her parents came as students, they most likely acquired green cards later. After 5 years on a green card, the naturalization process is simple, little more than filling out one form and (re-)submitting 2-3 documents. The process is designed to be readily accessible to any halfway literate immigrant.

    Most likely, Sarah did not apply for U.S. citizenship until the Trump era because gaining U.S. citizenship would mean losing the citizenship of her native South Korea.

    On the other hand, if her parents somehow fell “out of status,” e.g. because her dad committed a felony, Sarah herself might indeed have faced some real hurdles on the way to becoming a U.S. citizen.

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  222. @Thomas
    I’ll let you look at said partner’s Twitter profile and be the judge. They do use “they/them.”

    I didn’t realize the partner was IDed,

    I thought you were saying “partner” was signaling lesbian/gay

    Wanted to point out that straight SJW use the word too to virtue/in-group signal.

    And, as was mentioned, because they are sad sack losers who want to remove all joy from the world.

    Trying to help understanding of contemporary culture for people who probably don’t interact with hardcore SJWs IRL much

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  223. L Woods says:
    @Anonym
    She fell in love with literal Chad. The hair, posture, and always looks everyone in the eye at all times. Chad would have a degree from Harvard, if he had a degree.

    https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/001/265/329/e83.png

    https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/515582928252710912/eTDYPHr7_400x400.jpeg

    Lol that guy is not a chad. A middle-beta at best.

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    Lol that guy is not a chad. A middle-beta at best.

    In that photo he presents a lot of the elements of the Chad meme. You can bet he parlays the Harvard Law degree and the Chad hair and attitude so that the hands at the end of one of his relatively scrawny arms can grab fertile pussy when the offer presents itself. Do you think Mr Harvard Law registers anything of the emotions or feelings of others (other than to virtue signal)?

    The grip she's got on his arm tells you all you need to know about where he sits relative to her in the dating market.

    He virtue signals/white knights a lot. His attacks on Andrew Sullivan and Steve Bannon are of the point and sputter variety. With that approach he will not get a lot of quality but he will make it up with multi-hued hair quantity.
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  224. @Anonymous
    Debt of Gratitude Timeline of Sarah Jeong


    S. Korean grandparents rescued from certain defeat by the North Korean army during the Korean war by the Americans, preventing them from generations of suffering under Communist oppression. Thanks White Men!

    S. Korean family protected because S. Korea protected during Armistice from N. Korean army by the Americans. Thanks White Men!

    S. Korean family gains dramatically in prosperity because of S. Korean nation building by Americans. Thanks White Men!

    S. Korean family gains dramatically in prosperity because S. Korea brought from third world to first world by nation building efforts and adopting the technologies and practices created almost exclusively by White Men. Thanks White Men!

    Parents travel to US on planes invented by White Men. Thanks White Men!

    Parents shown tremendous generosity by being allowed to immigrate to the US, a land of great opportunity and prosperity. Thanks White Men!

    Parents likely shown tremendous generosity in being given special minority-based benefits in setting up a small business or at hiring time that the 'evil whites' in the majority exclude themselves from. Thanks White Man!

    Sarah Jeong receives tremendous generosity being provided a K-12 education largely paid for by the sweat of 'evil white' taxpayers. Thanks White Men!

    Sarah Jeong and her family live in a society where the infrastructure, police, etc. are largely paid for by the sweat of 'evil white' taxpayers. Thanks White Men!

    Being provided privileged opportunities to receive scholarships denied to the 'evil white' majority as well as being permitted to even attend elite Universities in the US. Thanks White Men!

    Received first real world opportunity to write by a helping hand from a white man, Parker Higgins. Thanks White Man!

    Having the opportunity to screw white guys instead of an Asian guy by virtue of being allowed to live in the US. Thanks White Men!

    Being offered the opportunity to serve at one of the most prestigious newspapers in the US, created by whites, carried through its entire existence by whites. Thanks White Men!

    Given a free pass for Hitleriffic personal views by same newspaper by virtue of being an Asian female and a leftist. Thanks White Men!

    So it’s clear why her resentment is up around the Michelle Obama floor of the inferiority complex building.

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  225. Anonymous[867] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    What is it with this hair color thing? I see Little Little Miss Muffett is back....and she's converted to...a tangerine?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUjEWqGVOO8

    Wow she took that one down fast.

    Mumsy was in St. Louis a couple of weeks ago and in a remarkable display of female solidarity explained to the crowd the difference between Courtney Love and the Gateway Arch.

    Not everyone, Miss Hynde explained, has been up in the Arch.

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    On the upside, she does have her own website up now:


    ABOUT NATALIE...


    Natalie works with collage to produce maps and glyphs which are strongly influenced by her interest in Folklore, Psychogeography and Pop Art. She sometimes incorporates sketches and cut-ups of paintings she has made, as well as photocopies and stencilling.



    As a life-coach she uses numerology as a healing modality to help guide people through their awakening process.


    Having battled drug and alcohol addiction, Natalie can relate to those who still suffer. She was misdiagnosed with mental-health issues in her early twenties, and found 12-step recovery more life-changing than conventional psychiatry.



    With her Celtic heritage, she has always felt an affinity with the land and was intuitively drawn to trees and the cause of environmentalism. (Ed: Neither Muswell Hill nor Akron were known to be Gaelic speaking to me previously. This Internet sure is educational!)


    Following a spiritual awakening, she embarked upon a period of deep introspection which increased her study around Spell Writing and Mediumship.


    She began practicing meditation and soon gravitated towards shamanism.


    She has trained at the College of Psychic Studies in Numerology, Tarot and Spiritual Grounding and now offers Numerology readings over Skype and telephone.
     
    https://www.nataliehynde.com/art
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  226. @Anonymous

    Why hasn’t it occurred to anyone to hold a protest outside the New York Times building because of this?
     
    It's occurred to everyone, I daresay, but the Estabishment--from the Police to the Court System to the Google Face Recognition Software--is on the other side. They and their footsoldiers can commit any crime they like and their MSM and 'justice system' will cover for them. We, on the other hand, will lose our jobs, and likely end up in jail, disowned by our loved ones after they read (more likely watch) the MSM version of events. And unlike the so-called "Antifa" we're not permitted to wear masks.

    On July 6, all the remaining rioters arrested at Trump’s inauguration had their charges dropped. Washington DC juries refused to convict those brought to trial. Those who protest on our side cannot expect this kind of leniency.

    WASHINGTON — The United States attorney’s office for the District of Columbia is dismissing the remaining cases against protesters arrested on the day of Donald J. Trump’s inauguration, ending a legal battle that began more than a year and a half ago.

    Federal prosecutors requested Friday in a motion that the charges against the remaining 38 defendants — including one journalist — be dropped. More than 200 people were arrested on Jan. 20, 2017, during demonstrations where some protesters threw rocks and bricks at police officers, set a car on fire and shattered storefront windows.

    “After further review, the United States, in the exercise of its discretion, has determined that these matters should be dismissed without prejudice,” read the motion submitted by Jessie K. Liu, the United States attorney for the District of Columbia.

    Twenty-one of the people arrested that day have pleaded guilty to charges related to violent protest, including one to felony offenses. That protester, Dane Powell, pleaded guilty to one count of felony rioting and one count of assaulting a police officer. He was sentenced to four months in prison, and was released in October.

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  227. JackOH says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    My mother told me she played with black kids all the time growing up in rural Georgia during the Depression.

    One of the few photographs I have from her childhood was taken behind her house. There is a tin roof over the back porch -- and about twenty feet away is a boxcar on a railroad track.

    My mother and her friends were all poor, no matter what color they were.

    At one point, her father had to move the family to someplace where he could find work, so they ended up living in a tent on a wooden platform in some kind of camp for workers at a forestry company. My Mom heard her sister being born on the other side of a canvas wall in that tent.

    That's some of the white privilege in my family history.

    Thanks.

    I’m crazy enough to believe a straight-up-the-middle challenge to the whole raft of “civil rights” laws is possible with significant Black support. Tell the story about how race hustlers were empowered, divide-and-conquer politics likewise, affirmative action gamed, etc. You’d need plenty of cash, tough point men with their hearts in the right place, and so on. What’s to replace “civil rights” laws? Voluntarist interactions of free people deciding on their own whom to hang with.

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  228. @MEH 0910

    https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2015-04/15/11/enhanced/webdr04/original-1550-1429112515-28.jpg?downsize=715:*&output-format=auto&output-quality=auto
     
    If you get rid of the extra jazz in the URL after jpg, the picture will appear on Unz:

    https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2015-04/15/11/enhanced/webdr04/original-1550-1429112515-28.jpg

    People have described Sarah Jeong as physically unattractive, which I don’t think is fair. To establish a baseline, can we at least agree that this girl is significantly less attractive than Sarah?

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    Jeong's face is considerably less ugly than that girl's, so if Jeong kept her hair long and natural-colored (instead of short and hot pink) she would be relatively physically attractive, but of course her personality/character [not always the same thing, but the same thing in her case] would still be utterly abhorrent.
    , @Mr. Anon

    People have described Sarah Jeong as physically unattractive, which I don’t think is fair. To establish a baseline, can we at least agree that this girl is significantly less attractive than Sarah?
     
    No, because such things are rather subjective. That young woman looks kinda cute to me.

    Of course, raccoons look cute too.

    http://images.mentalfloss.com/sites/default/files/styles/mf_image_16x9/public/527175-istock-514622028.jpg?itok=7pVBZr-X&resize=1100x619

    But I still wouldn't get near one.

    https://timedotcom.files.wordpress.com/2018/04/zombie-raccoon-ohio.jpeg
    , @Mr. Anon

    People have described Sarah Jeong as physically unattractive, which I don’t think is fair. To establish a baseline, can we at least agree that this girl is significantly less attractive than Sarah?
     
    No, because such things are rather subjective. That young woman looks kinda cute to me.

    Of course, raccoons look cute too.

    http://images.mentalfloss.com/sites/default/files/styles/mf_image_16x9/public/527175-istock-514622028.jpg?itok=7pVBZr-X&resize=1100x619

    But I still wouldn't want to get near one.

    https://timedotcom.files.wordpress.com/2018/04/zombie-raccoon-ohio.jpeg
    , @Anonymous
    Only the late Andrea Dworkin was significantly less attractive.
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  229. Realist says:
    @Thomas
    I'm actually rather surprised that a graduate of Berkeley and Harvard Law School was this direct and crass about "dumbass fucking white people," rather than wrapping it in pseudo-intellectual koanic fluff about "people who think they are white," or "privilege," or "the patriarchy." I guess Twitter lets out the raw id in anybody, if they're not careful.

    Jeong attended the University of California Berkeley and Harvard Law School, where she was editor of Harvard Journal of Law & Gender.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Jeong#Early_life

    Hmm. Maybe there is actually a way for Asians to earn some admissions Pokemon points from Harvard. Yay for them, I guess.

    I’m actually rather surprised that a graduate of Berkeley and Harvard Law School was this direct and crass about “dumbass fucking white people,”

    Graduate??? Where does it say she graduated? It is stated that she attended Berkeley and Harvard Law School. Usually the term attended ____ college or university means they didn’t graduate from said institution.

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  230. AndrewR says:
    @CCZ
    July 2017 interview: “This is something my boyfriend said…. He said that it was incredible to see [people becoming naturalized citizens]...."

    Maybe she switched!!

    My Czech brother-in-law became a US citizen last year after living here for 14 years. I only found out after the fact, so I texted him (for the first time ever), writing “congratulations, fellow American!”

    His response? “Thank you”

    No punctuation even!

    Granted, he’s never been a very expressive person, but it seems like he wasn’t exactly enchanted by his new citizenship. I might as well have texted him “congrats on renewing your driver’s license”

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  231. AndrewR says:
    @Harry Baldwin
    People have described Sarah Jeong as physically unattractive, which I don't think is fair. To establish a baseline, can we at least agree that this girl is significantly less attractive than Sarah?

    Jeong’s face is considerably less ugly than that girl’s, so if Jeong kept her hair long and natural-colored (instead of short and hot pink) she would be relatively physically attractive, but of course her personality/character [not always the same thing, but the same thing in her case] would still be utterly abhorrent.

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  232. Corn says:
    @Mr. Anon
    It's too bad that Trump didn't get the chance to trade her to North Korea in exchange for Otto Warmbier.

    I doubt Korea considers this noxious broad any great loss.

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  233. Anonym says:
    @Anonym
    She fell in love with literal Chad. The hair, posture, and always looks everyone in the eye at all times. Chad would have a degree from Harvard, if he had a degree.

    https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/001/265/329/e83.png

    https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/515582928252710912/eTDYPHr7_400x400.jpeg

    In the Chad framework, Jeong is a Becky (no, not the good hair Becky, she is the opposite of Stacy). So the underlying dynamic is Chad vs Becky. Parker Higgins is the Chad, so as soon as he got what he wanted (or allowed Jeong to get what she wanted), the Becky had served her purpose. If this was a community college and Parker wasn’t as good looking, he may have wifed her. However, he’s a Chad from Harvard, so she should have lowered her expectations. She’s no Priscilla Chan, lol. To be honest Jeong is better looking than Chan. If Chan is a 3.5, Jeong is maybe a 5 or 6.

    https://www.racked.com/platform/amp/2018/4/28/17290256/incel-chad-stacy-becky

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    Stacy looks like a prostitute or a porn star or a stripper. Are there actually women out there who look like Stacy who are not working girls (or Kardashians - same thing) because I don't think I've ever seen one? For one thing, lower class women (and Stacy sure looks looks low class to me) tend to be at least 50 lbs. heavier nowadays unless their "profession" requires them to be thinner. I realize these are caricatures but the Stacy caricature does not resemble anyone I have ever seen outside of a blue movie or a red light district.
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  234. Mr. Anon says:
    @Harry Baldwin
    People have described Sarah Jeong as physically unattractive, which I don't think is fair. To establish a baseline, can we at least agree that this girl is significantly less attractive than Sarah?

    People have described Sarah Jeong as physically unattractive, which I don’t think is fair. To establish a baseline, can we at least agree that this girl is significantly less attractive than Sarah?

    No, because such things are rather subjective. That young woman looks kinda cute to me.

    Of course, raccoons look cute too.

    http://images.mentalfloss.com/sites/default/files/styles/mf_image_16x9/public/527175-istock-514622028.jpg?itok=7pVBZr-X&resize=1100×619

    But I still wouldn’t get near one.

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  235. Mr. Anon says:
    @Harry Baldwin
    People have described Sarah Jeong as physically unattractive, which I don't think is fair. To establish a baseline, can we at least agree that this girl is significantly less attractive than Sarah?

    People have described Sarah Jeong as physically unattractive, which I don’t think is fair. To establish a baseline, can we at least agree that this girl is significantly less attractive than Sarah?

    No, because such things are rather subjective. That young woman looks kinda cute to me.

    Of course, raccoons look cute too.

    http://images.mentalfloss.com/sites/default/files/styles/mf_image_16x9/public/527175-istock-514622028.jpg?itok=7pVBZr-X&resize=1100×619

    But I still wouldn’t want to get near one.

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  236. Mr. Anon says:
    @Frau Katze
    You’re thinking of Filipina Yvette Falarca?

    She’s tiny, slim build but yells like a crazy person. Truly rants and raves.

    You’re thinking of Filipina Yvette Falarca?

    She’s tiny, slim build but yells like a crazy person. Truly rants and raves.

    Yvette Falarca would have fit right in with the Khmer Rouge.

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  237. @Anonymous
    Yeah, but it was a hell of a war if you were a fighter jock. 14:1 kill ratio over an opponent with a very nearly equal aircraft.

    The phrase "eighty-sixed" still survives as a colloquialism for getting rid of something. Although this week Wikipedia doesn't remember it, it is pretty clearly traceable to Korean War newsreels extolling the virtues of the then revolutionary North American F-86.

    A couple of years ago I saw a F-86 and a MiG-15 or -17 in formation fly nearly directly over my house.
    Times have changed.

    The Mig pilots in the Korean War were mostly Russians.

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    Yes, but they were young and very poorly trained Russians.

    When the Korean War started, the current UPT graduates, 18 to 22 years old in the main, were given the P-80s and P-84's whereas the WWII guys, many seasoned fighter pilots over Germany and not a few aces already, were stuck with the Mustangs, inasmuch as they already knew how to fly them. They even made a few Twin Mustangs, literally two P-51s bolted together with a fabricated wing and horizontal stab center section, and one right and left wing and stab and elevator each.

    Then the F-86 came out. They could have moved the P-80 jocks up and moved the Mustangers to the P-80 (the USAAC called fighters Pursuits and that was why they had a P designation. The Blue Suit USAF promptly changed it to F for Fighters, so the P-80, P-84, P-51 and P-82 (the Twin Mustang) all became F-s instead. Normally we say "P-51" or F-86" because that was how they were in their primes, but the Sabre started out as a Pursuit, and the Mustang was a Fighter for longer than it was a Pursuit, at least technically, because a couple of Guard units operated them well into the fifties. Anyway, that meant two training moves. Leaving the newbies in the straight wing jets and giving the WWII seasoned vets the Sabre meant one.

    And so it came to pass that these battle hardened Old Guys (most well under 35 and some still not 30) got the Sabre. The A model Sabre was a better airplane than the MiG, but not all that much better. The pilots made the difference and they shot down a hell of a lot of MiGs.

    By war's end the new UPT graduates were getting into the Sabres and, well tutored by their elders, also devastated the MiGs. It was from these guys and a few of the old guard, like the famous MiG Mad Marine John Glenn, (he flew Sabres on exchange from the USMC in a USAF squadron) that the first and second generations of astronaut corps came from.

    It is a twist of history that a hundred years from now, there will be MiGs in the air, because the Warpac, the Chinese, and others made so many and you can still find them in the crate on occasion. Probably no Sabres though, at least not real ones. Damn few escaped the smelter, and the warbird guys have crashed several in the last twenty years.
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  238. Hhsiii says:
    @anon
    In her "apology", she screen-capped some tweets like that from October and November of 2014.

    Of course, her comments about taking joy in being cruel to old white men came from July of that year.

    But then, that's not really the point, is it? Because the guys who wrote those tweets weren't going to get hired by the New York Times, were they?

    And even if they somehow did, the NYT would have fired them as soon as they found out about those tweets.

    I really think Ms Jeong need to unpack her invisible knapsack of minority privilege.

    Like they say, lie down with dogs you get fleas. Traffic in identitarian power plays and you get it back in, um spades.

    Not sure about eating dogs. One of the better Curb Your Enthusiasm bits. The Korean florist caterer and bookie and the dog.

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  239. Corvinus says:
    @The Z Blog
    Sloppy Williamson to the rescue: https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/sarah-jeong-twitter-new-york-times-hire-who-it-wants/

    Funny how their principles always result in losing. Total coincidence, I'm sure.

    Off topic, but relevant to the statement at hand…

    “Funny how their principles always result in losing. Total coincidence, I’m sure.”

    Speaking of principles, or lack thereof on your part, you had made the claim on a previous thread that Martin Luther, the 95 Theses guy, was a pedophile. That’s a substantial charge. So, are you going to actually address it, or just simply bow out and lose?”

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  240. JimB says:
    @Mitchell Porter
    @JimB I agree, she seems to be quasi-serious about whites being bad. Which in turn leads me to conclude that the New York Times is run by Jews who think they aren't white...

    It's funny, the kinds of anti-white opinions that exist. There are nonwhites who don't like whites for entirely concrete and understandable reasons: you think you're better than us, you colonized our country, etc. Then there's the attempt to imply that whites are a vacuum, that they have no culture or personality. (That one dissipates the moment you learn to associate white people with European culture, landing on the moon, and so on.)

    And then there are odd attempts to theorize "whiteness" in metaphysical terms. Again, I can understand the concrete version of this, e.g. people who campaign against skin bleaching products or eyelid surgery. But some critical race theorists sound like Herman Melville writing about "the whiteness of the whale" in Moby Dick.

    There are nonwhites who don’t like whites for entirely concrete and understandable reasons: you think you’re better than us, you colonized our country, etc.

    I’m not conceding this stupid point. Are the Polish to blame for Belgium’s behavior in the Congo in the 19th century? Are even the Belgian in 21st century Antwerp responsible? Are Americans to blame for the deaths of Iraqis in two stupid elective wars? Koreans are the kissing cousins of the Japanese. Are they to blame for the behavior of the Japanese Imperial Army in Nanjing? Of course not. On its face, blame-whitey doctrine — even for black slavery in the south 160 years ago — is a blood libel that passes the smell test of only imbeciles. Collective or historic guilt does not exist. However, non-white people and white elites have formed a coalition to perpetrate a soft genocide against the white American masses by crowding them out of their cities, universities, and livelihoods. Ridiculing them in popular culture is no different from Nazi propaganda ridiculing the Jews in the 30s. The Who?Whom? movement is theft and human destruction on a massive scale no less evil than the Holocaust.

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    @JimB All right, we're now on more serious territory than Sarah Jeong's goofy tweets... I'm Australian by the way, just so you know.

    I think that if Americans in general are not to be blamed for America's wars in Iraq, then nonwhite immigrants in general are also not to be blamed for the demographic change in America. Perhaps some of the Mexicans are genuinely in it for the Reconquista, but most of the diverse immigrants just went there for a better life.

    So who has masterminded the change, and to what end? Is it white liberal xenophilia, Jews seeking safety in diversity, Democrats seeking votes, capitalists seeking a borderless world? And then there's the question of what ideals have replaced the old ideal of an mostly European America. I'm sure many people do still earnestly believe in a colorblind society, and are earnestly antiracist rather than being antiwhite. They might be the true liberals.

    Then there are the ones who do deserve the name of cultural Marxist, who have taken the Marxist template of agitation and applied it to gender, race, and sexuality. There are actually ideals here too, ideals of equality and so forth, but they seem to be drowned out by opportunistic agitators who are in it just for their community, for personal gain, or for juvenile kicks. Also, once you have diversity in place, all sorts of little frictions occur naturally, adding an independent and authentic source of agitation.

    Whatever the exact causes of our situation now, we have societies in which various changes have been mandated, and then if any problems arise due to those changes, the problems are either denied, or the people who complain about them are said to be the problem. This is why we have political correctness - it's an attempt by the defenders of our liberal social order to avoid noticing or taking responsibility for the downside of their own policies.

    Or at least, that's how I understand our collective situation. Now, you've framed everything in terms of an explicit drive to dispossess whites and make them a minority in the countries they built. I'm still not convinced that that has been the aim. If there has been a racial philosophy animating Anglo-American elites in the past century, I think it might be post-white rather than anti-white: abolish nationalism in favor of the world state, with the races of the world just mingling and dissolving into one. If I was to believe in an elite anti-white philosophy, I think it would have to be Jewish in origin, because who else has been in power in the white world while not seeing themselves as part of it?

    And finally (?) there's the question, now that we're here, what do we do about it? Countries like Australia and America are white majority but now also strongly multiracial; they do still have something of a unified national culture, but there are also immigrant communities that aren't assimilating, and the future may be one of communalized politics based largely on race and religion. Personally I don't work to reverse this change, but rather to smooth the transition to some new equilibrium; but other attitudes are possible.
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  241. Moses says:
    @TheBoom
    It is amusing seeing both the Left and the Right (case in point the otherwise astute Derbyshire) think that they can form alliances with Asians. Each tribe of Asians feels superior to and more entitled than every other tribe including other Asians. Their only loyalty in towards their families and secondarily to their tribe and own Asian country. They will never be concerned about the welfare of other races or countries where they are a minority. I say this as someone who lives in Asia

    They will never be concerned about the welfare of other races or countries where they are a minority.

    They will never be concerned about the welfare of other races or countries where they are a majority either. Or animals.

    They just don’t give a f*ck.

    I also say this as someone who lives in Asia.

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  242. JimB says:
    @Anonymous
    Sweet thing. We need to import a few million more just like her.

    “Sweet thing. We need to import a few million more just like her.”

    We already have. You just haven’t heard from them, yet.

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  243. GSR says:

    Bug-eyed, ting-tang-tong, yellow dink….oops, I’m not a RAYSIS, I am just responding to the hate of this POS.

    Can I get a cushy job for the New York Times now?

    And the funny thing is…….Caucasian people are probably the LEAST RAYSIS of all people in the world.

    Asians? Have any of you been to Asia? They, along with Arab/Mohammedans, are probably the number one peoples when it comes to judging others by their ethnic heritage. Chinese, Japanese and Koreans lead the pack.

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  244. Ian M. says:
    @anon
    I think it's funny how the New York Times does this, and then still pretends that Trump voters are crazy for thinking that the media is their enemy.

    When they hire someone who explicitly says that they're the enemy, it's hard to believe that they're genuinely mystified when people believe them.

    Good point. When white people say, “The media is the enemy of white people”, and when the New York Times says, “White people are the enemy”, there’s a real “He and she both said” conundrum for you.

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  245. Altai says:
    @Brabantian
    What is even funnier in Sarah Jeong's twitter contact history, is that she had some quite warm banter with Andrew Auernheimer aka Weev, the clever computer - hacker whiz, who co-runs Andrew Anglin's 'neo-Nazi' Daily Stormer site ...

    Weev is the brilliant guy who kept the Stormer online for the last year, cycling thru a whole series of domain names whilst under continual savage seizures of url names and hosting platforms, using Tor and web-to-Tor links and other work-arounds for their millions of readers in the interim

    Château Heartiste is speculating that Sarah Jeong is 'Weev's heartbroken waifu' or at least wanted to bed him

    Also interesting in this tangle is that this man Weev who co-runs the 'neo-nazi' Daily Stormer, is Jewish

    Weev being Jewish, and co-running the world's leading neo-nazi website (!), has led some to speculate that the Daily Stormer is actually intel-agency-run 'controlled opposition'

    Weev apparently used to do pro-Israel hasbara propaganda. Weev got sent to US prison on hacking charges, then released with a 'surprising legal victory', upon which the formerly pro-Tel-Aviv propagandist began helping to run the Stormer

    Some say maybe the US & Israeli gov agencies set up the Stormer, in order to put anti-Zionist and race-spite material into such an extreme meme-cartoon form its effect is contained, plus the agencies get to track who is reading and commenting there

    Obviously tho a lot of people read the Weev's Stormer ... Stories first seen there often show up some hours or a day later on finance news mega-site ZeroHedge

    And Sarah Jeong is a fan of Weev!

    Who needs the daily stormer? Half the ‘alt-right’ sites out there ‘stand with Israel’. I think part of it is an attempt to stay on the good side with a more ‘kosher’ focus on Muslim immigration and focus on immigrant anti-semitism.

    Some too could just come from the general just world mentality. The Palestinians ‘lost’ and therefore they deserve more pain. Add to that people who just are dumb and see something as being more championed by the ‘left’ and since they’re on the ‘right’ tribe, it must be opposed. (See global warming and Sean Hannity and Ann Coulters past attitudes to wars in the middle east.)

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  246. anon[348] • Disclaimer says:

    This country was mostly built by whites. If Sarah Jeong hates them so much, she should consider voluntarily returning to S. Korea. Living with so much hate shortens your life.

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  247. Neuday says:
    @Anon
    https://twitter.com/RealJamesWoods/status/1025119185322602496


    The black guy attacked the white person not simply for 'being white' but 'being white and weaker than blacks'.

    The black guy attacked the white person not simply for ‘being white’ but ‘being white and weaker than blacks’.

    And unarmed.

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  248. anon[348] • Disclaimer says:
    @MikeatMikedotMike
    1. Yes,
    2. I'm over it,
    3. How do we know this for sure (that it's unusual, I mean?) I imagine most retarded children born in China are immediately drowned in the bathtub.

    She’s from S. Korea not China. Two different countries.

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    My statement was not in reference to Jeong's nationality. I suggest that you apply some of that effort you put into being smug instead into improving your reading comprehension.
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  249. anon[348] • Disclaimer says:
    @Beckow
    She is a hater and the pictures don't come close to her deep ugliness. A Korean-American with a white dorky boyfriend named Nimbus (really), she made her name at Harvard as an uncontrollable 'progressive' fanatic and that played well with Harvard professors.

    Among her personal achievements was the time she had a feud with her roommate (also a Korean) and bought a small beeping device to put in his mattress to keep him from sleeping. A true unhinged hater, those tweets are how she thinks, that's how she talks. NY Times might come to regret associating with her. Or maybe they know and she is the kind of a cadre they think will be needed in the coming escalated 'resistance'. I think Nimbus left her.

    I’m not sure how you know so much about her, but she definitely comes across unhinged judging from her tweets.

    But then most feministards are.

    Btw I’m an Asian female (not Korean). We are *not* all unhinged SJWs like Sarah Jeong.

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    ....We are *not* all unhinged SJWs like Sarah Jeong...
     
    Oh, no, Heaven forbid, I wasn't suggesting that. Sarah is one of a kind, but all groups have them. Other than claiming to hate 'white people', her ethnicity is almost incidental. She is just very angry.

    I do know some stuff, and the above - and more - are true, she was quite well known at Harvard, short, blue hair, a screamer, prone to sudden bursts of anger. NY Times got a doozy on their hands, I give her 2-3 years before she is out... (or maybe 2-3 days if they would bother to look into her background).

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  250. AndrewR says:
    @3g4me
    @56 candid observer: "One of the stupider things . . . are the right wing (and other) commenters who are defending the Times for not “firing” Jeong — e.g., Ben Shapiro.

    They are doing so on “principle” — the principle being that no one should ever be fired for tweets."

    The Littlest Chickenhawk himself stated that "racists" ought to be hunted down, fired from their jobs, and banished from public spaces. It's ALWAYS who-whom when dealing with a Member of the Tribe. Never forget.

    Bingo. I’ll never forget that he said that, and there is no longer any reasonable doubt that he was using “racists” as a racial slur.

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  251. fish says:
    @TheBoom
    Imagine the lack of self respect one has to have to be a white person who dates her

    Imagine the lack of self respect one has to have to be a white person who dates her

    Hey…..any port vagina in a storm!

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  252. Anonymous[867] • Disclaimer says:
    @Harry Baldwin
    People have described Sarah Jeong as physically unattractive, which I don't think is fair. To establish a baseline, can we at least agree that this girl is significantly less attractive than Sarah?

    Only the late Andrea Dworkin was significantly less attractive.

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  253. eah says:
    @eah
    Here is the full foto from the link posted by commenter "Anonym":

    https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/515582928252710912/eTDYPHr7_400x400.jpeg

    The BBC really ought to do this chick a favor and show the full, uncropped foto.

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  254. Anonym says:
    @L Woods
    Lol that guy is not a chad. A middle-beta at best.

    Lol that guy is not a chad. A middle-beta at best.

    In that photo he presents a lot of the elements of the Chad meme. You can bet he parlays the Harvard Law degree and the Chad hair and attitude so that the hands at the end of one of his relatively scrawny arms can grab fertile pussy when the offer presents itself. Do you think Mr Harvard Law registers anything of the emotions or feelings of others (other than to virtue signal)?

    The grip she’s got on his arm tells you all you need to know about where he sits relative to her in the dating market.

    He virtue signals/white knights a lot. His attacks on Andrew Sullivan and Steve Bannon are of the point and sputter variety. With that approach he will not get a lot of quality but he will make it up with multi-hued hair quantity.

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  255. @gp
    "If she played baseball and they dug up these tweets she would be in “Sensitivity Training.”"

    If my alma maters found tweets like that from me, they would loudly and proudly strip me of my degrees! How does Berkeley/Harvard Bigot get away with it?!? Are they proud of her??

    gp, yes they are extremely proud that she progressed while under the heel of racist white men. You, not so much.

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  256. @anon
    She's from S. Korea not China. Two different countries.

    My statement was not in reference to Jeong’s nationality. I suggest that you apply some of that effort you put into being smug instead into improving your reading comprehension.

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  257. MEH 0910 says:
    @MEH 0910
    Jerry Coyne: Sarah Jeong, named NYT’s lead technology writer, has a history of racist tweets

    On February 13, the New York Times hired Quinn Norton to write about technology for the paper, and later that day fired her. The cause was Norton’s history of questionable tweets, as well as a friendship with a white supremacist—things that social media apparently called to the paper’s attention. According to Wired, the issues are more complicated than that, and Quinn’s “racist” tweets might have been misinterpreted. I take no stand on this because I haven’t followed Quinn’s story, but the fact is that the paper decided to let Quinn go because of her bigoted tweets in the past.

    The case of Sarah Jeong, however, just hired by the paper as the head technology writer, seems less complicated, as there’s no way one can interpret her tweets —made between 2013 and 2015—charitably. They’re racist, bigoted (against white people, especially men), and numerous.
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    Should anybody be fired for a history of racist tweets? Readers can weigh in on that below; I have no firm opinion. My point here is simply that the New York Times, which I maintain is becoming a Control Leftist paper, is engaging in arrant hypocrisy by treating two identical cases differently based solely on ethnicity. In this case the content of the women’s character was outweighed by the color of their skin.

    My respect for this paper has eroded rapidly, and this case is the kicker. The paper is reprehensible.

     

    Jerry Coyne is no friend of the alt-right, but he has his problems with the ctrl-left.

    More Jerry Coyne: HuffPo, Slate, and Vox: “It’s okay when people of color are racists”

    But this morning I’m disgusted by how the Leftist media has reacted to an incident I described yesterday, excusing someone for being a racist simply because she’s Asian. That media is saying that racism is okay if people of color do it. The three examples below represent some of the slimiest and most disgusting behavior I’ve seen from the liberal media. (As always, I consider myself a liberal, but can’t abide some of the Left’s odious behavior.)

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    Even more Jerry Coyne: The Sarah Jeong affair: more defense of her racism

    You can find other defenses of Jeong at various websites that purport to be progressive, including a new piece on Vox arguing that her words aren’t racist, and a similar piece on Splinter. Even Ed Yong, whom I used to respect, has come to Jeong’s defense by retweeting a defense:
     
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  258. MGuerrero says:
    @Thomas
    https://twitter.com/ElleArmageddon

    Her white "partner." I guess that explains where the Pokemon points for Harvard came from (not to mention the specific hatred of white men and the second-grade level potty mouth): a perfect fit for the "Journal of Law and Gender"

    Looking through the timeline of her ex-partner, it seems they broke up, and the ex is now ‘partnered’ with a man. Huh?

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  259. Jack D says:
    @Anonym
    https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/Pm1CcNSfLyyy7lRvbUsAil5FL5Q=/1400x0/filters:no_upscale()/cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_asset/file/10732403/WumKAm3.jpg

    In the Chad framework, Jeong is a Becky (no, not the good hair Becky, she is the opposite of Stacy). So the underlying dynamic is Chad vs Becky. Parker Higgins is the Chad, so as soon as he got what he wanted (or allowed Jeong to get what she wanted), the Becky had served her purpose. If this was a community college and Parker wasn't as good looking, he may have wifed her. However, he's a Chad from Harvard, so she should have lowered her expectations. She's no Priscilla Chan, lol. To be honest Jeong is better looking than Chan. If Chan is a 3.5, Jeong is maybe a 5 or 6.

    https://www.racked.com/platform/amp/2018/4/28/17290256/incel-chad-stacy-becky

    Stacy looks like a prostitute or a porn star or a stripper. Are there actually women out there who look like Stacy who are not working girls (or Kardashians – same thing) because I don’t think I’ve ever seen one? For one thing, lower class women (and Stacy sure looks looks low class to me) tend to be at least 50 lbs. heavier nowadays unless their “profession” requires them to be thinner. I realize these are caricatures but the Stacy caricature does not resemble anyone I have ever seen outside of a blue movie or a red light district.

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    I take it as a caricature. In general I agree with you. I am not sure where the Becky/Stacy meme originated from, maybe the Incel community.

    In my mind, Stacy should represent a "10", natural beauty, ample breast, ass, narrow waist. Somewhat like the depiction of Stacy's body except that the breasts should appear real and not fake. Also not overly made up IMO. If wearing a skirt it should go no further up than somewhere above the knees maybe. A 10 should not dress like a hooker.

    In any case, the Becky is what I was referring to, the one that gets sex but not commitment from the 8-10s who are banging her. And sometimes dye their hair or go lesbian out of frustration.

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  260. I am enjoying all you guys being butthurt that an asian woman hates you . I thought the narrative was asian women loved you guys ,seems they loved your money and good job instead .Keep it up guys this is good reading

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  261. Anonym says:
    @Jack D
    Stacy looks like a prostitute or a porn star or a stripper. Are there actually women out there who look like Stacy who are not working girls (or Kardashians - same thing) because I don't think I've ever seen one? For one thing, lower class women (and Stacy sure looks looks low class to me) tend to be at least 50 lbs. heavier nowadays unless their "profession" requires them to be thinner. I realize these are caricatures but the Stacy caricature does not resemble anyone I have ever seen outside of a blue movie or a red light district.

    I take it as a caricature. In general I agree with you. I am not sure where the Becky/Stacy meme originated from, maybe the Incel community.

    In my mind, Stacy should represent a “10″, natural beauty, ample breast, ass, narrow waist. Somewhat like the depiction of Stacy’s body except that the breasts should appear real and not fake. Also not overly made up IMO. If wearing a skirt it should go no further up than somewhere above the knees maybe. A 10 should not dress like a hooker.

    In any case, the Becky is what I was referring to, the one that gets sex but not commitment from the 8-10s who are banging her. And sometimes dye their hair or go lesbian out of frustration.

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  262. Beckow says:
    @anon
    I'm not sure how you know so much about her, but she definitely comes across unhinged judging from her tweets.

    But then most feministards are.

    Btw I'm an Asian female (not Korean). We are *not* all unhinged SJWs like Sarah Jeong.

    ….We are *not* all unhinged SJWs like Sarah Jeong…

    Oh, no, Heaven forbid, I wasn’t suggesting that. Sarah is one of a kind, but all groups have them. Other than claiming to hate ‘white people’, her ethnicity is almost incidental. She is just very angry.

    I do know some stuff, and the above – and more – are true, she was quite well known at Harvard, short, blue hair, a screamer, prone to sudden bursts of anger. NY Times got a doozy on their hands, I give her 2-3 years before she is out… (or maybe 2-3 days if they would bother to look into her background).

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  263. @Cagey Beast
    Yeah well we can't all have our act together the way Eli Mosley, Chris Cantwell and Matt Heimbach do. Some of us even wonder why Sven comes across as a total pervert in one show after another. We're weird like that.

    Did you just google “alt right figures”?

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    Close, I shouted out "Alexa, who are three Alt-Right celebrities who let the team down so spectacularly that no one wants to mention their names ever again?". Those were what it came back with.
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  264. @Jack Hanson
    Did you just google "alt right figures"?

    Close, I shouted out “Alexa, who are three Alt-Right celebrities who let the team down so spectacularly that no one wants to mention their names ever again?”. Those were what it came back with.

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  265. Thomas says:
    @Rod1963
    She's a hostile alien pure and simple like many Asians. Except she operates out in the open. I suspect she has no real social filters and is a sociopath. They are predators. This is also how they get exterminated when they colonize a country. They eventually p**s off the locals who all of a sudden notice that a bunch of foreigners control critical businesses and all the small shops and screw them over. Happened in Mexico, Indonesia and a few other places.

    This is why I never got the sob fest that some Alt-Right types did over Asians getting discriminated at the Ivies. I say good. We don't need more educated alien predators.

    Let’s be fair here, there’s a much closer and clearer continuity between Sarah Jeong’s attitudes and your typical Ivy-educated lefty journalist milieu than there is with some supposed Yellow Peril that links Overseas Chinese and Korean emigrants.

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  266. Anonym says:
    @Hapalong Cassidy
    Absolutely she’s a patsy. She gets to deflect the anger of Whites towards the Asians and away from the Jews, who by the way, will continue to make sure they run the Ivy League while the Asians get shut out.

    Oceania was at war with Eastasia. Oceania had always been at war with Eastasia.

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  267. Anonymous[367] • Disclaimer says:
    @David In TN
    The Mig pilots in the Korean War were mostly Russians.

    Yes, but they were young and very poorly trained Russians.

    When the Korean War started, the current UPT graduates, 18 to 22 years old in the main, were given the P-80s and P-84′s whereas the WWII guys, many seasoned fighter pilots over Germany and not a few aces already, were stuck with the Mustangs, inasmuch as they already knew how to fly them. They even made a few Twin Mustangs, literally two P-51s bolted together with a fabricated wing and horizontal stab center section, and one right and left wing and stab and elevator each.

    Then the F-86 came out. They could have moved the P-80 jocks up and moved the Mustangers to the P-80 (the USAAC called fighters Pursuits and that was why they had a P designation. The Blue Suit USAF promptly changed it to F for Fighters, so the P-80, P-84, P-51 and P-82 (the Twin Mustang) all became F-s instead. Normally we say “P-51″ or F-86″ because that was how they were in their primes, but the Sabre started out as a Pursuit, and the Mustang was a Fighter for longer than it was a Pursuit, at least technically, because a couple of Guard units operated them well into the fifties. Anyway, that meant two training moves. Leaving the newbies in the straight wing jets and giving the WWII seasoned vets the Sabre meant one.

    And so it came to pass that these battle hardened Old Guys (most well under 35 and some still not 30) got the Sabre. The A model Sabre was a better airplane than the MiG, but not all that much better. The pilots made the difference and they shot down a hell of a lot of MiGs.

    By war’s end the new UPT graduates were getting into the Sabres and, well tutored by their elders, also devastated the MiGs. It was from these guys and a few of the old guard, like the famous MiG Mad Marine John Glenn, (he flew Sabres on exchange from the USMC in a USAF squadron) that the first and second generations of astronaut corps came from.

    It is a twist of history that a hundred years from now, there will be MiGs in the air, because the Warpac, the Chinese, and others made so many and you can still find them in the crate on occasion. Probably no Sabres though, at least not real ones. Damn few escaped the smelter, and the warbird guys have crashed several in the last twenty years.

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  268. Anonymous[367] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    Wow she took that one down fast.

    Mumsy was in St. Louis a couple of weeks ago and in a remarkable display of female solidarity explained to the crowd the difference between Courtney Love and the Gateway Arch.

    Not everyone, Miss Hynde explained, has been up in the Arch.

    On the upside, she does have her own website up now:

    ABOUT NATALIE…


    Natalie works with collage to produce maps and glyphs which are strongly influenced by her interest in Folklore, Psychogeography and Pop Art. She sometimes incorporates sketches and cut-ups of paintings she has made, as well as photocopies and stencilling.

    As a life-coach she uses numerology as a healing modality to help guide people through their awakening process.

    Having battled drug and alcohol addiction, Natalie can relate to those who still suffer. She was misdiagnosed with mental-health issues in her early twenties, and found 12-step recovery more life-changing than conventional psychiatry.

    With her Celtic heritage, she has always felt an affinity with the land and was intuitively drawn to trees and the cause of environmentalism. (Ed: Neither Muswell Hill nor Akron were known to be Gaelic speaking to me previously. This Internet sure is educational!)


    Following a spiritual awakening, she embarked upon a period of deep introspection which increased her study around Spell Writing and Mediumship.

    She began practicing meditation and soon gravitated towards shamanism.


    She has trained at the College of Psychic Studies in Numerology, Tarot and Spiritual Grounding and now offers Numerology readings over Skype and telephone.

    https://www.nataliehynde.com/art

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  269. @JimB

    There are nonwhites who don’t like whites for entirely concrete and understandable reasons: you think you’re better than us, you colonized our country, etc.
     
    I'm not conceding this stupid point. Are the Polish to blame for Belgium's behavior in the Congo in the 19th century? Are even the Belgian in 21st century Antwerp responsible? Are Americans to blame for the deaths of Iraqis in two stupid elective wars? Koreans are the kissing cousins of the Japanese. Are they to blame for the behavior of the Japanese Imperial Army in Nanjing? Of course not. On its face, blame-whitey doctrine -- even for black slavery in the south 160 years ago -- is a blood libel that passes the smell test of only imbeciles. Collective or historic guilt does not exist. However, non-white people and white elites have formed a coalition to perpetrate a soft genocide against the white American masses by crowding them out of their cities, universities, and livelihoods. Ridiculing them in popular culture is no different from Nazi propaganda ridiculing the Jews in the 30s. The Who?Whom? movement is theft and human destruction on a massive scale no less evil than the Holocaust.

    All right, we’re now on more serious territory than Sarah Jeong’s goofy tweets… I’m Australian by the way, just so you know.

    I think that if Americans in general are not to be blamed for America’s wars in Iraq, then nonwhite immigrants in general are also not to be blamed for the demographic change in America. Perhaps some of the Mexicans are genuinely in it for the Reconquista, but most of the diverse immigrants just went there for a better life.

    So who has masterminded the change, and to what end? Is it white liberal xenophilia, Jews seeking safety in diversity, Democrats seeking votes, capitalists seeking a borderless world? And then there’s the question of what ideals have replaced the old ideal of an mostly European America. I’m sure many people do still earnestly believe in a colorblind society, and are earnestly antiracist rather than being antiwhite. They might be the true liberals.

    Then there are the ones who do deserve the name of cultural Marxist, who have taken the Marxist template of agitation and applied it to gender, race, and sexuality. There are actually ideals here too, ideals of equality and so forth, but they seem to be drowned out by opportunistic agitators who are in it just for their community, for personal gain, or for juvenile kicks. Also, once you have diversity in place, all sorts of little frictions occur naturally, adding an independent and authentic source of agitation.

    Whatever the exact causes of our situation now, we have societies in which various changes have been mandated, and then if any problems arise due to those changes, the problems are either denied, or the people who complain about them are said to be the problem. This is why we have political correctness – it’s an attempt by the defenders of our liberal social order to avoid noticing or taking responsibility for the downside of their own policies.

    Or at least, that’s how I understand our collective situation. Now, you’ve framed everything in terms of an explicit drive to dispossess whites and make them a minority in the countries they built. I’m still not convinced that that has been the aim. If there has been a racial philosophy animating Anglo-American elites in the past century, I think it might be post-white rather than anti-white: abolish nationalism in favor of the world state, with the races of the world just mingling and dissolving into one. If I was to believe in an elite anti-white philosophy, I think it would have to be Jewish in origin, because who else has been in power in the white world while not seeing themselves as part of it?

    And finally (?) there’s the question, now that we’re here, what do we do about it? Countries like Australia and America are white majority but now also strongly multiracial; they do still have something of a unified national culture, but there are also immigrant communities that aren’t assimilating, and the future may be one of communalized politics based largely on race and religion. Personally I don’t work to reverse this change, but rather to smooth the transition to some new equilibrium; but other attitudes are possible.

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  270. mr meener says:

    this is life under jewish rule. whites will be genocide forever because they refuse to see a war was declared on them 50 years ago. this girl was trained by white hating communist jews but I repeat myself and unleashed onto society. she is one of the millions they have produced.
    it will go down in history that the most heavily armed people in world history went down without firing a shot because dumb whites continue to puke out…I am law abiding. jews have turned the laws against whites to emasculate them. I believe whites will never wake up

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  271. Ian M. says:
    @The Z Blog
    Sloppy Williamson to the rescue: https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/sarah-jeong-twitter-new-york-times-hire-who-it-wants/

    Funny how their principles always result in losing. Total coincidence, I'm sure.

    Not to mention, Williamson’s own employer, National Review, terminated its relationship with John Derbyshire over his ‘racist’ article a few years back.

    Who can forget how back then Williamson famously was all in high dudgeon and courageously excoriated his own employer for not resisting the social-media mob campaign to have Derbyshire dismissed.

    That’s what happened, right?

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  273. MEH 0910 says:
    @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/jcassano/status/1025331815941332994

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  274. MEH 0910 says:
    @MEH 0910
    More Jerry Coyne: HuffPo, Slate, and Vox: “It’s okay when people of color are racists”

    But this morning I’m disgusted by how the Leftist media has reacted to an incident I described yesterday, excusing someone for being a racist simply because she’s Asian. That media is saying that racism is okay if people of color do it. The three examples below represent some of the slimiest and most disgusting behavior I’ve seen from the liberal media. (As always, I consider myself a liberal, but can’t abide some of the Left’s odious behavior.)
     

    Even more Jerry Coyne: The Sarah Jeong affair: more defense of her racism

    You can find other defenses of Jeong at various websites that purport to be progressive, including a new piece on Vox arguing that her words aren’t racist, and a similar piece on Splinter. Even Ed Yong, whom I used to respect, has come to Jeong’s defense by retweeting a defense:

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    Final Jerry Coyne, including the UVA Gang Rape Hoax: The last word on the racism, misandry, and police-hating from Sarah Jeong

    This is a sad chapter in the history of American Leftism, and I feel that this is some kind of turning point. Either it will create a sea change in the Left by showing how ridiculous they look when holding double standards on racism, or it will become one more piton in mainstream media’s climb to full-blown identity politics. I hope it’s the former, but, given the Control-Leftward movement of progressive mainstream media like the Times, I think it’s the latter.
     
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  275. MEH 0910 says:
    @MEH 0910
    Even more Jerry Coyne: The Sarah Jeong affair: more defense of her racism

    You can find other defenses of Jeong at various websites that purport to be progressive, including a new piece on Vox arguing that her words aren’t racist, and a similar piece on Splinter. Even Ed Yong, whom I used to respect, has come to Jeong’s defense by retweeting a defense:
     
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    Final Jerry Coyne, including the UVA Gang Rape Hoax: The last word on the racism, misandry, and police-hating from Sarah Jeong

    This is a sad chapter in the history of American Leftism, and I feel that this is some kind of turning point. Either it will create a sea change in the Left by showing how ridiculous they look when holding double standards on racism, or it will become one more piton in mainstream media’s climb to full-blown identity politics. I hope it’s the former, but, given the Control-Leftward movement of progressive mainstream media like the Times, I think it’s the latter.

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