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At the Los Angeles Times, Asian lady reporter Anh Do has figured out a pretty entertaining schtick: recording Asian NIMBYs in Irvine, CA (the upscale planned suburb near the beach that’s home to UC Irvine) saying crass things about Southern California’s growing infestation of bums and junkies that make the Asians sound slightly to the right of Ming the Merciless.

Ahn Do articles remind me of my idea for a sitcom: Korean Mother-in-Law: a nice, slightly hapless American white guy with a job where he needs to be politically correct all the time, like professor of genetics, has to invite his wife’s unfiltered Korean mother to move in with them.

In contrast, if Malibu celebrities were fighting off a plan to dump the homeless on them, Rob Reiner would be schmoozing reporters with talk about Malibu residents’ concerns over the geographic inaccessibility of social services for the homeless, due to the distressing lack of mass transit in Malibu (which the Trump Administration has shamefully refused to address), and the pressing need to file detailed environmental impact statements regarding the biodiversity impact on the endangered Malibu sand flea … and it would be too boring for anybody to quite notice that Rob was just being a rich dick saying, Stay out of my beach community, heroin addicts!

But Asians making 250k don’t really grasp the subtleties of how you are supposed to talk to reporters in the current year:

Protesters fight against homeless moving to Irvine: ‘We will decide who comes into the city’

By ANH DO APR 10, 2018 | 11:00 PM Protesters fight against homeless moving to Irvine: ‘We will decide who comes into the city’

… “All our kids deserve better! All our kids deserve better!” For locals representing a cross-section of Irvine, the battle was clear: “The county or other people outside of Irvine will not decide what happens to us. We are strong. We will decide who comes into the city and activate our supporters to make sure our families are safe,” said homemaker Ashley Michael, a 33-year Irvine resident. …

Irvine residents said they must continue “the movement and be vigilant to protect ourselves.”

“Vigilant?” Isn’t that like “vigilante?” Are these crypto-Trump supporters?

… One of his worries is that Orange County is “unfairly burdened with caring for homeless. And we don’t even know where they’re from. Are they from California or are we responsible for people out of state?”

Homeless normally implies “black,” who outscores Asian on the Diversity Pokemon Points chart by a mile.

But, as far as I can tell, the big increase in Orange County homeless is in part due to local drug treatment centers advertising for patients in the White Death Belt. and then kicking them out when their insurance runs out. By that point, their old ladies have moved in with their best friends, so what’s the point of going back to Kentucky, at least until deer hunting season, when the weather right now is really nice in Orange County and Walmart will sell you a sleeping bag, air mattress and tent for a couple of hundred?

Judith Jing, a mother of two sons, said she moved from Memphis, Tenn. to Irvine so her boys can grow up playing freely in the neighborhood.

Memphis … huh … Is she referring to … black crime?

“Now I notice more people without clothes around the area,” she said. “Why are they here? We as residents of this beautiful city have to stand up and say stop. I am not thinking we shouldn’t help the homeless — we should — but not by sticking them in the middle of our community.”

… Disappointed, Michael said she and other women who run a Facebook group opposing a tent city in Irvine had found a possible location: Los Pinos, once a juvenile camp in the Cleveland National Forest. The property, once run by the county, is now closed.

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“We’ve done our research and want to talk options that are far away from communities,” she said.

Swell, say the junkies. And who are we going to panhandle from and sell drugs to and steal hubcaps from in the middle of the Cleveland National Forest? How will our fixes get to us?

“If we don’t think of something, they will come back to Irvine and pressure us about opening more shelters.” Meanwhile, Councilwoman Christina Shea urged residents to “get a good description of the homeless” migrating to Irvine “in increasing numbers” and call the police.

 
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  1. How sad that in this day and age people don’t want junkies and street thugs around their kids. If I didn’t know better, I would think Asians don’t want people who depress their property values in their neighborhoods when we know only Trump supporters think that way.

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  2. Speaking of SoCal Asians, vigilantes, and homeless people, anyone else remember this?

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    • Replies: @Clyde
    That pinkberry sheeeeeet is hilarious, though not for the homeless guy.
    , @Charles Pewitt
    Send that South Korean thug back to North Korea. They'll rough him up for fun. The United States does not need Koreans of any kind.

    I don't want to get director Michael Mann in trouble, because I like some of his movies, such as The Last Of The Mohicans, but perhaps Mann was saying something when he had a character in his movie,Heat, happen to mention that California was loaded up with hundreds of thousands of Koreans.

    Maybe Michael Mann, who has Russian Jewish ancestry, and was born in Chicago but now lives in California, didn't much care for the demographic changes in California?

    I don't give a damn about North Korea; North Korea is a problem for Russia, China, Japan and South Korea. Get the US troops out of South Korea now.

    I would like to see as many Koreans as possible removed from the United States and sent back to Korea. Koreans have no right to arrogantly invade and colonize the United States.
    , @Lot
    I get a free sample of Pinkberry whenever I walk by one, 3-4 times a year. Man is a misunderstood genius, while I just free ride.
    , @Steve Sailer
    The Pinkberry founder must have been getting high on his own supply.
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  3. The only takeaway here is that unlike Whites, Asians have no qualms about voicing their opposition to the undesirable ‘other’ — they do not fear being called names like ‘racist’ — so much for “assimilation”.

    “LOL”

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    • Replies: @eah, @Bernardo Pizzaro Cortez Del Castro
    It would be interesting if the swarm of homeless were Hispanics...would the Asians then advocate for stronger border controls ?
    , @eah
    These Asians could use "assimilation" lessons from that Iraqi in San Diego who killed his wife and then tried to blame whitey by saying it was a hate crime.
    , @Truth
    According to Whiskey, the undesirable "other" looks like you.
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  4. It reminds me of one of the big complaints about Chinese immigrants from the mainland that they are grasping and will always kick up a fuss.

    Perhaps a learned behaviour from dealing with undemocratic authorities or just the stereotypes of Fujan through the ages. Be interesting to know where in China these people are predominantly from.

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  5. These are problems that exercised Parliament in the time of Elizabeth I. For all I know they exercised the rulers of Sumer.

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  6. @eah
    The only takeaway here is that unlike Whites, Asians have no qualms about voicing their opposition to the undesirable 'other' -- they do not fear being called names like 'racist' -- so much for "assimilation".

    "LOL"
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    • Replies: @unpc downunder
    This is kinda ironic when Labour's election campaign was based in part on housing affordability and reducing immigration. Basically what's she is saying is be racist towards East Asians and British/South African immigrants, but not Polynesians and Maoris, because they're an important part of our voting based.

    Australasian politics for white people: vote centre left and get overrun with NAMs, vote centre-right and get overrun with Asians.
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  7. Anonymous[392] • Disclaimer says:

    Uh, what exactly was the point of this article except Steve taking shots at successful asians in Orange County who don’t want to live around the homeless? You could easily say the same thing about white people in Carlsbad. Just reeks of schedenfreud.

    Rich people don’t want to live around druggie homeless people. What’s so hard to believe about that?

    Oh, and just because there are white homeless people doesn’t mean they were imported from the opioid belt. Stop with the white victimization angle. OC has very high real estate costs just like San Francisco and wouldn’t you know they too have a homeless problem. No conspiracy theory needed.

    Maybe all the white homeless people you see are just white people who majored in liberal arts and they were outcompeted by asians who picked a better career.

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    • Replies: @EricCh
    Apparently, Asians stolen all the common sense, family values, perseverance from white people, make them self-destruct. Steveie Sailer sound just like a run of the mill African-Americans study professor to me.
    , @Mr. Anon

    Uh, what exactly was the point of this article except Steve taking shots at successful asians in Orange County who don’t want to live around the homeless? You could easily say the same thing about white people in Carlsbad. Just reeks of schedenfreud.
     
    It's "Schadenfreude", and - yeah - so what? Orientals are allowed to openly and honestly complain about such things, without being called racists. That is the point of this article.

    Oh, and just because there are white homeless people doesn’t mean they were imported from the opioid belt. Stop with the white victimization angle. OC has very high real estate costs just like San Francisco and wouldn’t you know they too have a homeless problem.
     
    The San Francisco peninsula has high housing costs too, and not nearly so bad a homeless problem as San Francisco or (apparently) Orange County.

    No conspiracy theory needed.
     
    The rehab clinic angle isn't a conspiracy theory. There is no conspiracy. It is just a putative mechanism. I've heard a number of people on this forum posit it as explaining some of OC's homeless problem.
    , @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    "Maybe all the white homeless people you see are just white people who majored in liberal arts and they were outcompeted by asians who picked a better career."

    Not sure if your comment is throwaway humor or pure stupidity.

    Most homeless, 95% plus, are deeply committed drug addicts -- so committed that they forego housing, indoor plumbing, employment of any sort, and basic hygiene to stay high 24/7. The other 5% are so mentally deranged, usually from current or past drug abuse, that they can't maintain employment, though they'd prefer living like a normal citizen.

    Portland OR wants to convert a defunct (in fact never used) prison and surrounding environs into a homeless shelter. City leaders are pitching it as a compassionate solution to help the homeless, but really they just want to clean up downtown Portland. The problem is it's far from all the drugs and booze that fuel the homeless alternative deathstyle, so nobody will show up.
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  8. Are hubcaps still a thing?

    Maybe Black Bike Week should move to Irvine, the residents would no love longtime.

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  9. Doesn’t seem excessively harsh the rhetoric. Problem framed in terms of public safety. Steve just gets a kick out of this.

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  10. There must be some Asian grandfathers that know the difference between a problem you take to the government, and one you take to the Tong?

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    • Replies: @Flip
    Sort of like in the Godfather.
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  11. @Dave Pinsen
    Speaking of SoCal Asians, vigilantes, and homeless people, anyone else remember this?

    https://twitter.com/atoms2bits/status/444886720564453377?s=21

    That pinkberry sheeeeeet is hilarious, though not for the homeless guy.

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  12. At least among the Chinese, the preferred take-down would be “…Big Nose Junkies”

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  13. OT, but I can’t click on a commenter name to see their comment history any more.

    Just get the message “We’re sorry. That page could not be found.

    Anyone else seeing this? Seems to have only started a few days ago when the site was very slow and hard to access.

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  14. 1. Move them to the inland where it makes more sense

    2. If you’re a white male and you don’t make six figures you are a loser. Society is built for you to succeed

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  15. In the protesters photo, I appreciate the moxie of the sign that reads, from a distance, “OC CHILDREN BETTER”—with the word “deserve” printed in unreadable type somewhere in between. The roar of a passive-aggressive Tiger Mom.

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    Eh, it would be fairly readable if the photographer had the right F-stop. Tiger Moms probably wouldn't claim OC Children are better, because most OC kids are white, spoiled brats that go on to make a quarter the income their parents, born elsewhere, do.
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  16. Nobody wants heroin addicts. Nobody.

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  17. My first encounter with an Irvine Asian vamp was at a nerd room party durings Anime Expo 2011. I met this Korean girl named Amy or something….

    We had a room bar set up & I had probably at that point the equivalent of half a bottle of my friends booze in me.

    What struck me about her the most was that she talked and acted EXACTLY like the overpriced bitchy white girls back here in NOLA. Only here the Asian girls are cheaper and mainly Vietnamese.

    My friend who lives in Fullerton is about your age Steve and he has yellow fever….he calls them “Irvine banana vamps”….

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  18. I am somewhat surprised that Steve did not take us down a history lesson to explain why East Asians, the Chinese in particular, have a strong cultural disdain for opioids. Perhaps they lost their nation over opium?

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  19. Good for them. I wish more people had balls & intelligence to organize like these Asians. Of course, it helps that media & Rob Reiner aren’t reflexively calling them racists.

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    • Replies: @Thin-Skinned Masta-Beta
    Agree.

    Yet one more case of foreigners doing important jobs Americans refuse to do.

    Junkie-Zombies? No thanks. NIMBY.
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  20. Asian NIMBYs in California don’t bleach their hair blonde? The New York Times fake trend reporter needs to be informed, stat.

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  21. But Asians making 250k don’t really grasp the subtleties of how you are supposed to talk to reporters in the current year.

    They don’t need no steenkin’ subtleties. In any case, they’re probably immune from direct criticism from the oppressor whitey power structure, because they are oppressed minorities themselves being Asian, albeit making 250k a year.

    Race politics, PC, who-whom struggles and all the rest have been predictable until now, because it has been framed by academic left intellectuals as white people oppressing everyone who is not not white, i.e. Whitey versus African-Americans, Latinos, Asians, Native Americans, and so on.

    It gets a lot more interesting as economically well-off and socially coherent groups such as Chinese immigrants turn on other groups, whether round eyes, inner city blacks or Latinos. Do whites refrain from criticism and stand by, while one Minority Group of Color outmaneuvers and oppresses another? Or do we speak up, only to be roundly chastised for our racist moral criticism of the oppressor minority group?

    Even if we shut the doors tomorrow, there is enough of a critical mass of several distinct non-white groups already here that the dynamics of race shaming could get complicated quite quickly.

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    • Replies: @Doug
    > because they are oppressed minorities themselves being Asian, albeit making 250k a year.

    They definitely are not. At best they're the lowest ranked minority. Remember that UCLA student who was run out of town, because she made a video about blacks being too loud at the library?
    , @Seth Largo
    Do whites refrain from criticism and stand by, while one Minority Group of Color outmaneuvers and oppresses another?

    Of course they refrain. Progressives have refrained from seriously addressing inner city black crime for decades. As if endlessly pointing out that "well, it would be better if not for slavery and Jim Crow" will somehow solve the problem in the here and now.

    Why should we expect that to change when it's Hispanics, blacks, and Asians at each other's throats?

    https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2013/01/15/latino-gang-leader-convicted-la-ethnic-cleansing-campaign
    , @Erik Sieven
    as antiracism more or less equals black supremacism by now and antiracism is the most important ideology for whites today I think whites would definitely take the black side in an asian / black conflict.
    , @ChrisZ
    Piltdown: No sense “getting involved” just to make a futile point. It’s time to heighten the contradictions. The puffed-up black underclass and the Asian wannabe-overclass *hate* each other; let them *have* each other.

    The situation here seems to pit Asians against whites; but what if it involved Asians and blacks? How long before some tactless tiger mom said something that unleashed a firestorm?

    Patriots have just one job right now: closing the borders. Do that, and then all the fringers can turn on each other—and it’s only a matter of time before they do, as you note.
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  22. We have the same kind of problems here in Florida. A lot of human wreckage migrates south and ends up in the last state on the East Coast. Sometimes this is because parents whom they can sponge off have retired here, but often not.

    Being homeless in places where they have snow is not much fun, so not many will be migrating to Minnesota or Maine.

    Probably a lot of it has to do with lack of services for the mentally ill and former prisoners who have no place to live, sex offender laws that ban offenders from living practically anywhere, and the overall decline in living standards as a result of the decline of indigenous industry.

    If you drive around the center of Jacksonville, you would think that the city is populated entirely by hobos and homeless veterans damaged by the foreign wars that Trump pledged to stop, but this would be misleading, as on further examination it appears that the residents of the Salvation Army must vacate the building during the day time and are required to wander the streets talking to themselves and to the traffic lights and picking up cigarette butts.

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    Uh, if they're wearing Army surplus jackets it doesn't necessarily make them Ron Kovic
    , @stillCARealist
    My observation has been: where there be nice weather, there be bums. CA, HI, FL, we are all destined to be the redoubt of the layabouts. Some of them make it down to Mexico and Caribbean islands where they take on a cultural eminence. This is one of those problems that can only wax or wane. Like, unmarried pregnancies, it will never go away.
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  23. East Asians really don’t understand the subtleties of making an argument. I was at one of those consultation meetings inviting homeowners for their input. The plan was to expand a light-to-moderately busy residential road to offload more traffic from the main residential road.

    A group of majority East Asians, with a white spokesperson to lead off their arguments, were the most organized group of opposition. They attacked the assumptions of the report and even did the homework of providing alternatives.

    It struck me that they weren’t going to get anywhere with that approach. Far more effective would have been to spout off about how we shouldn’t be encouraging more car traffic and instead we should send the plan back for assessment about incorporating bike lanes or some such nonsense.

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  24. Here’s an update on a fun Canadian version of a similar story.

    “Madness? THIS IS RICHMOND!!

    https://globalnews.ca/news/4059656/richmond-librarian-kicking/

    (kick at 0:28 in the vid found in the above news item)

    Apparently the Mounties found our little Leonidas. They assure us this is an “isolated incident” that is “not racially or ethnically motivated.”

    Comments are of course closed.

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  25. Anonymous[255] • Disclaimer says:

    So a bunch of immigrants are complaining about immigrants in Irvine. Why am I somehow not all that upset? I believe that moving homeless black and white junkies to tent cities in Irvine (Asian population: 45% now vs 8% in 1980) is merely part of Barack Obama’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair [and Affordable] Housing initiative.

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    Anonymous, glad you brought up Obama's and Holder's Affirmatively Furthering Fair and Affordable Housing. The Buffalo News has a running front page expose' about the City of Buffalo rehabbing derelict houses. Ten rehabs cost a total of $4.3 million dollars but none of the rehabs, including one that cost $530K to rehab, sold for more than $110 K. An obscene waste of tax payer money in an attempt to provide home ownership to under qualified or unqualified low income Buffalonians. In WNY $530K buys you a custom built 3000 sq ft home in the suburbs.
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  26. If you were sufficiently cynical and ruthless, you could “euthanize” vast numbers of people without firing a shot, or even bothering to identify them (they’ll do it themselves). Best of all it’s cheap.

    Basically pick some place in the middle of nowhere. Advertise it “Lots of places to throw down a sleeping bag.”

    And this place has free water, free cigarettes, and unlimited amounts of free drugs. But no doctors you see, just a crew to throw dead bodies on the back of a truck to ferry to a landfill.

    Sure it’s not an original idea, and not my cup of tea if I were supreme leader. But like Eugenics I can’t see what stops it, and it pays off a lot quicker than waiting a generation for your first batch of productive citizens (if you aren’t going for supermen).

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    Sure it’s not an original idea, and not my cup of tea if I were supreme leader. But like Eugenics I can’t see what stops it, and it pays off a lot quicker than waiting a generation for your first batch of productive citizens (if you aren’t going for supermen).
     
    Productive eugenics is negative eugenics: you don't want to breed supermen, you want to stop breeding burdens to society. People with an IQ under the mid 90s are going to have poor job prospects and are likely to be net liabilities, people under 85 are certain to be. People with no ability to defer gratification, people with a propensity to commit clearly antisocial and illegal acts, people showing complete lack of empathy for others, are likely to produce more of the same. And people with genetic diseases, people who will have shorter lives or be unable to breed naturally or will have significant dysfunctions which are inheritable will pass those traits on too. There should be progressive incentives for them not to propagate their traits, progressive in the sense that the more pronounced the characteristic or the more significant it is the more incentive to "be childfree" there must be provided.

    Tavon White's testes should be in a formaldehyde jar somewhere.

    Mick Jagger may be just as bad in terms of impregnating women he is not married to, but Jagger's kids (and baby mamas) are not collecting welfare, Jagger pays much more in taxes than he costs the taxpayer, and none of Jagger's kids have been charged with any crime I know of. If you buy a Rolling Stones album in a retail store, the various state, federal and local taxes are probably higher than the royalty Jagger collects on the record.

    That's a big difference.
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  27. Anonymous[382] • Disclaimer says:

    When the California courts said that nutcases couldn’t be committed against their will, the funny farms discharged all the schitzos, who by definition don’t think anything is wrong with them. They all came to Santa Monica to threaten passing citizens. Every once in a while a citizen is stabbed or a homeless is incinerated while sleeping by well-meaning but misguided youngsters.

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  28. Asians are arrogantly colonizing European Christian nations, particularly the nations settled and founded by British Protestants. Asians are demanding more nation-wrecking mass immigration so as to increase their numbers and increase their political power. The treasonous ruling classes of European Christian nations are using the mass invasion of Asians as a demographic weapon to attack the European Christian ancestral core of these nations.

    The Asian immigration invasion must be halted. If necessary, revocation of citizenship of Asians and mass deportations of Asians will have to be used to stop the nation-wrecking infestation of Asians in European Christian nations. Some guy said Africa is a big place and he wondered why African infiltrators must be allowed to invade European Christian nations. That guy made a good point. I’ll point out that Asia is a big place, too, and the Asians should be quarantined there.

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    You do realize that the average Korean living in America is probably more devoutly Christian than the average White American, don’t you? Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Protestant churches everywhere.
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  29. @Dave Pinsen
    Speaking of SoCal Asians, vigilantes, and homeless people, anyone else remember this?

    https://twitter.com/atoms2bits/status/444886720564453377?s=21

    Send that South Korean thug back to North Korea. They’ll rough him up for fun. The United States does not need Koreans of any kind.

    I don’t want to get director Michael Mann in trouble, because I like some of his movies, such as The Last Of The Mohicans, but perhaps Mann was saying something when he had a character in his movie,Heat, happen to mention that California was loaded up with hundreds of thousands of Koreans.

    Maybe Michael Mann, who has Russian Jewish ancestry, and was born in Chicago but now lives in California, didn’t much care for the demographic changes in California?

    I don’t give a damn about North Korea; North Korea is a problem for Russia, China, Japan and South Korea. Get the US troops out of South Korea now.

    I would like to see as many Koreans as possible removed from the United States and sent back to Korea. Koreans have no right to arrogantly invade and colonize the United States.

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    I don’t want to get director Michael Mann in trouble, because I like some of his movies, such as The Last Of The Mohicans, but perhaps Mann was saying something when he had a character in his movie,Heat, happen to mention that California was loaded up with hundreds of thousands of Koreans.
    Maybe Michael Mann, who has Russian Jewish ancestry, and was born in Chicago but now lives in California, didn’t much care for the demographic changes in California?
     
    Nah he's keeping it real for that character. I thought his Miami Vice movie was crap when I saw it in 2006 when it came out. Saw it a few months ago and thought it was great. Has some great scenes and moods.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6kPKMKQAco Check out the Adam A500 aircraft
    , @Dave Pinsen
    Mann spent more time on Los Angeles Koreans in Collateral.

    I'd love to see him to do a film adaptation of Ryu Murakami's From The Fatherland, With Love.

    https://twitter.com/dpinsen/status/510933170167250944
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  30. I lived in the Far East for a little while.

    East Asians are not politically correct people. It never ceases to amaze me how some people think we can fight against racism by importing people who are far more racist than white Americans.

    As far as fighting racism by importing Mexicans, well, anyone who thinks there is a great bond between Mexicans and blacks is either delusional or a scam artist.

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  31. It’s interesting the lack of understanding of the homeless problem implied by the idea to put them in a former youth camp. I know these aren’t liberals but this is the same non-solution proposed by brain dead liberals in San Francisco who wanted to build a big homeless shelter on an abandoned shipbuilding pier in the Bayview. The problem is not just that street people lack shelter, it’s that their entire life revolves around the illicit street economy… selling stolen bikes/harvesting cans/breaking into cars and then obviously buying drugs. Therefore moving these people to a remote place with shelter is not a solution; they won’t stay there. This street economy obviously involves breaking numerous laws. It seems a better solution is to make staying unpleasant by having local PD aggressively arrest these people over and over again. That would make staying less appealing. In San Francisco it’s a non-starter. The wealthy people that SFPD take their marching orders from are all cuckoo liberals who don’t want the police to hassle the homeless, and think letting them stay in their lord of the flies street camps is a kindness. In Irvine though there might be a critical mass of support for rousting these bums. They need to work on the police with political pressure to arrest and arrest and arrest until they get the message.

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  32. Anonymous[305] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jonathan Mason
    We have the same kind of problems here in Florida. A lot of human wreckage migrates south and ends up in the last state on the East Coast. Sometimes this is because parents whom they can sponge off have retired here, but often not.

    Being homeless in places where they have snow is not much fun, so not many will be migrating to Minnesota or Maine.


    Probably a lot of it has to do with lack of services for the mentally ill and former prisoners who have no place to live, sex offender laws that ban offenders from living practically anywhere, and the overall decline in living standards as a result of the decline of indigenous industry.

    If you drive around the center of Jacksonville, you would think that the city is populated entirely by hobos and homeless veterans damaged by the foreign wars that Trump pledged to stop, but this would be misleading, as on further examination it appears that the residents of the Salvation Army must vacate the building during the day time and are required to wander the streets talking to themselves and to the traffic lights and picking up cigarette butts.

    Uh, if they’re wearing Army surplus jackets it doesn’t necessarily make them Ron Kovic

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  33. OT – Three arrested in synthetic pot investigation in Chicago

    This population is diversifying, they are not just committing food stamp fraud.

    http://www.bnd.com/news/local/article207790989.html

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  34. @Jonathan Mason
    We have the same kind of problems here in Florida. A lot of human wreckage migrates south and ends up in the last state on the East Coast. Sometimes this is because parents whom they can sponge off have retired here, but often not.

    Being homeless in places where they have snow is not much fun, so not many will be migrating to Minnesota or Maine.


    Probably a lot of it has to do with lack of services for the mentally ill and former prisoners who have no place to live, sex offender laws that ban offenders from living practically anywhere, and the overall decline in living standards as a result of the decline of indigenous industry.

    If you drive around the center of Jacksonville, you would think that the city is populated entirely by hobos and homeless veterans damaged by the foreign wars that Trump pledged to stop, but this would be misleading, as on further examination it appears that the residents of the Salvation Army must vacate the building during the day time and are required to wander the streets talking to themselves and to the traffic lights and picking up cigarette butts.

    My observation has been: where there be nice weather, there be bums. CA, HI, FL, we are all destined to be the redoubt of the layabouts. Some of them make it down to Mexico and Caribbean islands where they take on a cultural eminence. This is one of those problems that can only wax or wane. Like, unmarried pregnancies, it will never go away.

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  35. Judith Jing, a mother of two sons, said she moved from Memphis, Tenn. to Irvine

    Despite the murderous mayhem that becomes background noise to longtime Memphis area residents, someone who can afford a move to the OC (and handle the sticker shock) could have instead sequestered their family in a local suburb where kids can safely roam the neighborhood.

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    Irvine is a suburb where kids (should be able to) safely roam the neighborhood. The whole protest is about leftists (and their cronies like the for-profit bogus, insurance-fraud "rehab" centers) shoving bums into Irvine and keeping them there, much to the dismay of the citizens and delight of the Federal- and State-grant-funded leftist community-activist "social services" mob. Indeed, the powers that be are raising taxes on Irvine residents to fund the destruction of their community and laughing all the way to the bank.
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  36. These people are right, you know.

    Why not build detention centers–strike that–”vacation resorts” in the deserts of Arizona and Nevada? Fence them in, house the homeless in barracks, feed them in mess halls, build an outdoor basketball court or two and call it good?

    It would be both cheaper in the long run and more pleasant for both the unassimilable and those of us who don’t want to be pestered by vagrants. Healthier too.

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    Arizona has its share of homeless, but the nice weather bookends of spring and fall have a brutal summer in between. You see a LOT more homeless in Tucson, exponentially so, than you do Phoenix.

    This is because Phoenix is about 20-30 degres hotter and the police don't play. The homeless either figure out where the lines are really fast or they get "moved on" by the PD. You don't see homeless in Old Town Scottsdale, for instance.

    They're also very cognizant about two facts: many people carry in AZ, and no one is going to shed a tear if an aggressive bum gets shot. This cuts down on a lot of shenanigans.
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  37. Asians Are Colonizing The United States

    Asians Are Sneakily Using The Anchor Baby Scam To Infiltrate The United States

    Asians Are Out To Take Over The United States

    The People Who Warned Of A Yellow Peril Weren’t All wrong

    Tweet from 2015:

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  38. OT: Really cool tweet storm about student loan debt with some iStevey material. Sorry, I can’t figure out how to cut and paste some of the charts but one of them shows that cumlative student loan default rate for blacks (taking loans in 2003-2004) is projected to reach 70% (it’s 50% now) after 20 years, up from a little less than 50% for blacks taking loans in ’95-’96 after 20 years.

    Whites taking loans in ’03-’04 are expected to reach a cumlative default rate of ~30%.

    What’s also interesting is that even among blacks who got a BA degree in 2004, 20% defaulted on their loans compared to 4% for whites, 8.6% for Hispanics and 1.4% for the ever-reliable Asians. Hmm, where have I seen that order before. (This was in the Brookings study, not the tweets.)

    Also, student loan debt has because by far the govt’s large asset holding. Of course, that asset might not be worth too much if people keep defaulting.

    Anyway, a lot of good charts showing what a clusterf$%# student loans have become.

    Btw, don’t know the guy or the his company, but he seems to have a school where he trains people in computers for free and then takes a % of income down the road, which, of course, is why he’s railing against student loans. No idea if he, his company or his concept is legit, but the charts are.

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    Citizen Black loan default is reparations.
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  39. The idea of building junkie island is not far fetched. I’ve long argued that we should bring back penal colonies. Jails in Baltimore are just the timeout area for local criminals. They get to talk to friends and family, many of whom work in the prison. They communicate with their gang by mobile phone. Putting career criminals on a island, cut off from the rest of society entirely would solve some serious problems in the black underclass. It’s a Peter Frost solution, if you get my drift.

    Maybe putting junkies in isolated camps is a good idea too. I bet we could find a company willing to build and operate a facility in a remote region, where they provide bunk houses, three meals and medical care. The junkies basically live a drug free life with no chance to escape and no way to communicate to the outside world to get drugs. Perhaps give this monopoly to an Indian tribe.

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    Perhaps give this monopoly to an Indian tribe.
     
    If that was a joke, it is hilarious. If not, I think the recidivism rate at a detox facility run by an Indian tribe would be close to 100%.
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  40. Judith Jing, a mother of two sons, said she moved from Memphis, Tenn. to Irvine so her boys can grow up playing freely in the neighborhood.

    There wasn’t a single community in between Memphis and Irvine where her boys could play freely in the neighborhood? Good to know.

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  41. Fundamentally, isn’t the problem that nice things attract exploiters?

    I would be interested to learn more about immigration in the 18th century and earlier. Why wasn’t there a flood of people from Africa, Asia, and Latin America to Europe and North America? Was it due to lower population, stricter immigration policy, or more expensive transportation? Or was it simply that the West had far less in the way of social welfare benefits?

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  42. anonymous[140] • Disclaimer says:

    Can’t say I blame them. The homeless bring a level of squalor to any area they gather in that’s hard to stomach. The homeless are composed of ex-convicts, drug addicts and the mentally ill with many fitting into more than one category. There’s 435 registered sex offenders listed as being homeless in the city of Chicago, for example, so they’re not all some wonderful people brung low by circumstances. Bicycles disappear, shoplifting soars, low-level theft occurs and the sense of safety is replaced by having to be on guard all the time as the homeless have frequent public outbursts. Perhaps they’re more docile in places like St Paul but in Chicago they’re vile, dirty criminal super-trash.

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  43. They should learn from the SF Tenderloin NIMBYs, cloak their objection in a SJW racial environmental justice about how those human hazardous wastes are dumped on poor, marginalized, immigrant people of color community. In this case a decade ago, it’s about French nuns from an order based in Chicago setting up soup kitchen in Tenderloin, attracting more “undesirables” to the neighborhood. “Why don’t they set up soup kitchen in white community like Pacific Heigh and/or Nob/Russian Hill?”

    http://www.sfweekly.com/news/their-daily-bread/

    Those who see the Tenderloin first and foremost as a place to exercise charitable impulses are not the only ones with a stake in, or influence over, the neighborhood’s future. But right now, they’re the ones who are winning.

    The Irvine residents’ mistake is they are trying to dump those people on Santa Ana. They should direct those people to Newport Beach, etc. as an optical camouflage, maybe even Malibu. “I am not saying we won’t be welcoming more homeless in our community, but I think as a matter of fairness an justice, we need to open new homeless shelters in Laguna Beach/Newport Beach first.”(Which is another way of saying NEVER.)

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  44. I repeat my comment from Steve’s last post on this topic : As a 19-year Irvine homeowner (and 21-year Irvine resident in total), I say good for the Orientals! Junkies are scum and I don’t want them anywhere near my family.

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  45. @PiltdownMan

    But Asians making 250k don’t really grasp the subtleties of how you are supposed to talk to reporters in the current year.
     
    They don't need no steenkin' subtleties. In any case, they're probably immune from direct criticism from the oppressor whitey power structure, because they are oppressed minorities themselves being Asian, albeit making 250k a year.

    Race politics, PC, who-whom struggles and all the rest have been predictable until now, because it has been framed by academic left intellectuals as white people oppressing everyone who is not not white, i.e. Whitey versus African-Americans, Latinos, Asians, Native Americans, and so on.

    It gets a lot more interesting as economically well-off and socially coherent groups such as Chinese immigrants turn on other groups, whether round eyes, inner city blacks or Latinos. Do whites refrain from criticism and stand by, while one Minority Group of Color outmaneuvers and oppresses another? Or do we speak up, only to be roundly chastised for our racist moral criticism of the oppressor minority group?

    Even if we shut the doors tomorrow, there is enough of a critical mass of several distinct non-white groups already here that the dynamics of race shaming could get complicated quite quickly.

    > because they are oppressed minorities themselves being Asian, albeit making 250k a year.

    They definitely are not. At best they’re the lowest ranked minority. Remember that UCLA student who was run out of town, because she made a video about blacks being too loud at the library?

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    I can't find the post now, but as I recall, her video was about Asians being too loud at the library.

    Also, she was a bikini model, which is totally unconnected to the fact that I happen to recall this story.

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  46. ‘We will decide who comes into the city!”

    Sounds like Irvine could benefit from a “Big, Beautiful Wall.”

    Looks like open immigration, but limited internal migration, is becoming the eventual solution with wealthy communities being able to implement restrictions that the national government is no longer capable of.

    Special Residency ID cards needed to be within five miles of the Pacific Ocean? The California Coastal Commission would be up for it.

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    I live in OC and have for years. I grew up here, with forays into other places. I can attest that EVERY Homeless dude I see on the streets, and there has been a MASSIVE influx in the last ten years basically aligned with the Obama Administration coming in — is WHITE. EVERY ONE.
     



    Sounds like Irvine could benefit from a “Big, Beautiful Wall.”
     
    Coar the Pwesident STAT! We Chinese Amewicans need a waar to keep out the white Yang-uizzi! My cousin have constwucion company, he weir build waar awound Erwine! (At substantial pwofit of couse, you cannot expect Chineese to do anything fooar idiology, unress Afrikan getting raid in Chineese cowage. Fooa dis we ray unduh tank...)

    -Chang Quin
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  47. I’m going to make myself unpopular around here, but I really envy and even sometimes admire the willingness to engage in real talk about social problems that one might hear from immigrant Asians and sometimes even from immigrant Hispanics and immigrant Africans.

    I’m not optimistic about enough of a broad majority of “Christian” and post-Christian bleedy-heart Whites growing a backbone to stand up to the moochers, hooligans and trouble-makers that manage to extort the unlimited support and patience that has enabled dysfunction & chaos to take over our communities since after WWII. If you ask me why we can’t have nice things, aside from the obvious direct causes, the primary indirect cause has been the inability of the legacy European-American population steeped in patience, trust, generosity and general good-heartedness to call the moochers & trouble-makers what they are and tell them to go to hell when they continuously emotion extort them for more support and goodies. Even if the bulk of good-whites are hardly “Christian” you better believe they’ve been molded by perversions of famous Christian lessons like the “Good Samaritan” and it’s obvious that they’ve also internalized the attitude of “turning the other cheek.”

    Around here we like to joke that we need foreigners & immigrants to jobs that Americans simply won’t do, like reproducing and having babies. Perhaps we can at least look forward to immigrants showing backbone and feeling free to say things that would get White Americans crucified or at the very least excoriated. Anybody else notice that whenever there’s some uncomfortable truth to be said, that the only voices that will get legitimate attention for these statements are People of Color? Any White person who suggests anything less than total forgiveness, generosity and indulgence invites judgment as some kind of a Nazi to which any minority is automatically immune. Any White person who has the guts to say what’s on the minds of so many is beyond the pale, gets unpersoned, ignored and dismissed as an Alt-Right or Nazi Monster. Yet one more way Whites enjoy less freedom… significantly restricted liberty to engage in public discourse about controversial issues with a severely restricted range of opinions allowed when compared privileged ethnic minorities. I really don’t see this particular Overton Window shifting in my lifetime, so if it takes the Asian minorities to stand up for law and order against the real troublemakers in the schools or against the junkie-zombies that are a scourge on our public spaces, I’m glad to have their voices as a proxy for the opinions I’m not free to express.

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    • Replies: @Anonym
    I see it as just more double standards, no better than the noble Sikhs and Turks arming themselves against black looters in the UK riots. How wonderful, a tear trickles down my cheek thinking about these "Britons". Gimme a break.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2024358/UK-RIOTS-2011-Sikhs-defend-temple-locals-protect-pubs-Britons-defy-rioters.html

    Of course, the moment a group of white guys does the same thing they are all literally Hitler or the Klan. So I prefer that the hypocrisy is called out.
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  48. Walmart will sell you a sleeping bag, air mattress and tent for a couple of hundred?

    You can buy all three new at Walmart for less than a hundred total. Pretty stunning IMO.

    It is a bit surprising that environmentalists aren’t making more noise about the homeless problem. The camps are usually ecological disasters.

    I wonder if David Gelbaum’s contribution to the Sierra Club covered homeless camps as well as immigration.

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    Well, being homeless is a lot greener than being in a home.

    The AC- and lawn sprinkler- guzzling mansions of leftist elites should always be opened up to the people they pretend the care about—the green homeless, the model minority Somali tribesmen, and the incarcerated black males yearning for sweet freedom.
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  49. http://www.trbimg.com/img-55393b20/turbine/la-tent-city-la0028337506-20150409/800

    One way to think about Anh Do’s reporting is that the Asians in Irvine are very different in origins from the Asians in Santa Ana/Anaheim/Westminster. And Irvine residents’ default position is to channel the homeless problem away from them into Westminster/Santa Ana/etc. Meanwhile, the real rich and powerful people are egging on such fights between them because they lives in Crystal Cove/Dana Point, lest the rubes united to direct homeless their way.

    Another things is Anh Do do seems to have a soft spot for tent city due to her personal history. I believe she live in tent city at Camp Pendleton around 1975. So with MCAS El Toro closed, maybe she would like to have some tent city around her again.

    http://graphics.latimes.com/tent-city/

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  50. Deer hunting season is in late autumn – early winter. Not the best weather for having fun in the Midwest.

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  51. @Dave Pinsen
    Speaking of SoCal Asians, vigilantes, and homeless people, anyone else remember this?

    https://twitter.com/atoms2bits/status/444886720564453377?s=21

    I get a free sample of Pinkberry whenever I walk by one, 3-4 times a year. Man is a misunderstood genius, while I just free ride.

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    What did they put in Pinkberry? Ground-up caffeine pills?
    , @Dave Pinsen
    It takes some stones to sell a dozen different flavors of frozen yogurt that actually taste like yogurt, and to sell it all year round (with the pumpkin flavor around Thanksgiving). It's interesting considering that the old TCBY sold stuff that didn't taste like yogurt, and, at one point, sold out and started selling ice cream -- a flight from yogurt.
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  52. @res

    Walmart will sell you a sleeping bag, air mattress and tent for a couple of hundred?
     
    You can buy all three new at Walmart for less than a hundred total. Pretty stunning IMO.

    It is a bit surprising that environmentalists aren't making more noise about the homeless problem. The camps are usually ecological disasters.

    I wonder if David Gelbaum's contribution to the Sierra Club covered homeless camps as well as immigration.

    Well, being homeless is a lot greener than being in a home.

    The AC- and lawn sprinkler- guzzling mansions of leftist elites should always be opened up to the people they pretend the care about—the green homeless, the model minority Somali tribesmen, and the incarcerated black males yearning for sweet freedom.

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    Well, being homeless is a lot greener than being in a home.
     
    There are pros and cons. Consumption (e.g. electricity, gas, water) is probably lower for the homeless, but waste disposal is much worse. Then there are the needles.

    Have you ever cleaned out the detritus from a homeless camp? If you believe being homeless is "a lot greener than being in a home" that would be a worthwhile reality check.

    , @J.Ross
    You're probably thinking in terms of energy consumption, which is a weak attack because energy can be made green or mitigated. Meanwhile homelessness is pollution. Nobody loves plastic more. Their waste disposal option is to put everything directly into the soil and water table.
    , @anon

    Well, being homeless is a lot greener than being in a home.
     
    http://komonews.com/news/local/seattle-councilmember-garbage-from-homeless-campers-creating-public-health-problem
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  53. Related article on Irvine demographics:

    https://www.ocregister.com/2016/09/21/why-asians-have-become-the-dominant-group-in-irvine-and-what-that-means-for-the-city/

    Asians only barely outnumber whites, and if you take out the transient student population, I bet the majority of homeowners are still non-Hispanic whites, like my favorite liberal Kevin Drum who has lived there for decades.

    So this is specifically a movement of the minority of Irive homeowners who are NE Asian.

    (San Diego and Orange County don’t have significant South Asian populations. It is a striking difference to see roughly equal numbers of Indians and NE Asians in Silicon Valley, it is more like 10-1 Panda/Tiger ratio around here.)

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    "Asians only barely outnumber whites"

    The immediate demographic future as seen at Irvine HS is 44% Asian. My guess is that younger kids are even more likely to be of Asian ancestry.

    https://www.greatschools.org/california/irvine/3821-Irvine-High-School/
    , @cynthia curran
    Orange County white liberals suck. They are the ones complaining the most. The homeless are a mixed of drug addicts and people that can't afford the rent. Some are from the OC and others come from other places. Its good to see the Asians fighting back since the shelter should be in Santa Ana. Being nice to the homeless in California has caused it to grow. One can feel sorry for people because of the high rent but the homeless problem is even worst in La or the Bay Area where they are nicer to homeless people.
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  54. Now I notice more people without clothes around the area,” she said. Why are they here? We as residents of this beautiful city have to stand up and say stop.

    When I lived in Corona del Mar in the 1960′s quite a few of the largely blonde and blue eyed female residents went boldly about beach and town rather scantily clad, especially in the summer. I don’t see what the Chinamen in Irvine are complaining about. There were nothing but cows wandering around where they now live and they didn’t wear any clothes at all.

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  55. ***

    But, as far as I can tell, the big increase in Orange County homeless is in part due to local drug treatment centers advertising for patients in the White Death Belt. and then kicking them out when their insurance runs out. By that point, their old ladies have moved in with their best friends, so what’s the point of going back to Kentucky, at least until deer hunting season, when the weather right now is really nice in Orange County and Walmart will sell you a sleeping bag, air mattress and tent for a couple of hundred?

    ***

    You keep saying this, Steve, without your actually supporting it with any references, at all!?! Have you yourself actually driven down to Irvine and statistically sampled its homeless population? Or, are you just so enamored of your own hypothesis that you dare not test it empirically, lest it fail to be supported, let alone confirmed?

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    I live in OC and have for years. I grew up here, with forays into other places. I can attest that EVERY Homeless dude I see on the streets, and there has been a MASSIVE influx in the last ten years basically aligned with the Obama Administration coming in -- is WHITE. EVERY ONE.

    I've seen Black gang members and prostitutes (promptly questioned by the local cops) and the local pharmacy was robbed at noon by pistol whipping Black gang members who got away (the police Dept. HQ is less than six blocks away). But ALL the homeless I've seen are White. And all are Male save one or two White women unusual because you see mostly just White dudes.

    This is not counting the homeless in the Santa Ana Civic center which has been a horrific problem since around 1977-78, and got worse during the 1980s. Yes there has been a homeless camp in the Civic Center plaza since the 1980s at least, almost 40 years. Downtown Santa Ana is a giant open air toilet I'm not kidding.

    The homeless I saw as a very young kid in the late 1970s to early 1980s were all White too then. The excellent downtown public library is essentially unuseable.
    , @Malcolm X-Lax
    I'm frequently in Irvine and what strikes me is the relatively low number of homeless people I saw compared to the number I see where I live a few miles up the 405 in Huntington Beach. Perhaps they're hiding in pockets but as a general matter they're relatively invisible to my eyes. Nest time I'm at Seafood City, I'll ask random Asians how they feel about me moving into their backyard.
    , @Twinkie
    Yes, but if he did that, he might not be able to use the catchy “Asian... Roundeye junkies” bit.

    Don’t you know, the point is to make whites believe that they are uniquely under attack from everyone?
    , @Jenner Ickham Errican
    Look, the point is that if white transients are indeed flooding in from the north and east, Asians are #1 on the West Side.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sEbSyAkQnw
    , @petit bourgeois
    If YOU actually drove down to Irvine YOU would realize there AREN'T any visible homeless there. If there are, they are "hiding in the shadows." Irvine PD simply will not tolerate them. That's why the nimby Asians want to keep it that way.
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  56. Asian Reporter Tricia Takanowa has the story.

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  57. With all the double-eyelid surgeries, are they going to start using “roundeye” as a compliment rather than an insult?

    It could become slang-synonym for “Rich.”

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  58. @Lot
    Related article on Irvine demographics:

    https://www.ocregister.com/2016/09/21/why-asians-have-become-the-dominant-group-in-irvine-and-what-that-means-for-the-city/

    Asians only barely outnumber whites, and if you take out the transient student population, I bet the majority of homeowners are still non-Hispanic whites, like my favorite liberal Kevin Drum who has lived there for decades.

    So this is specifically a movement of the minority of Irive homeowners who are NE Asian.

    (San Diego and Orange County don't have significant South Asian populations. It is a striking difference to see roughly equal numbers of Indians and NE Asians in Silicon Valley, it is more like 10-1 Panda/Tiger ratio around here.)

    “Asians only barely outnumber whites”

    The immediate demographic future as seen at Irvine HS is 44% Asian. My guess is that younger kids are even more likely to be of Asian ancestry.

    https://www.greatschools.org/california/irvine/3821-Irvine-High-School/

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  59. Ryan is retiring and will get a bazillion dollars from corporate boards because of his tax cut/amnesty policies. Just like Cantor did. This is the single biggest way the elite corrupts politicians.

    Meanwhile, the best Speaker of our lifetimes, who held the line at every turn on immigration, is reduced to serving on a marijuana startup corporate board.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-04-11/ex-speaker-john-boehner-joins-marijuana-firm-s-advisory-board

    Well Speaker Boehner, I hope you dominate the pot field over all the dirty reformed hippies over here. You deserve every penny.

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    Too bad Paul Nehlen decided to completely go off the deep end and self destruct.
    , @George
    “We’ve done our research and want to talk options that are far away from communities,” she said.

    Swell, say the junkies. And who are we going to panhandle from and sell drugs to and steal hubcaps from in the middle of the Cleveland National Forest? How will our fixes get to us?

    Pure speculation on my part:
    Most of the junkies do legitimate work. I just don't buy that charity and theiving support everything.
    Minimum wage and temp, but they probably do do jobs in food prep and other stuff. Maybe even upscale stuff. That's the problem with relocating them to the middle of nowhere, no work for them to do at all. The good people of Irvine should figure out a way of employing the non deportable homeless.
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  60. @Lot
    Related article on Irvine demographics:

    https://www.ocregister.com/2016/09/21/why-asians-have-become-the-dominant-group-in-irvine-and-what-that-means-for-the-city/

    Asians only barely outnumber whites, and if you take out the transient student population, I bet the majority of homeowners are still non-Hispanic whites, like my favorite liberal Kevin Drum who has lived there for decades.

    So this is specifically a movement of the minority of Irive homeowners who are NE Asian.

    (San Diego and Orange County don't have significant South Asian populations. It is a striking difference to see roughly equal numbers of Indians and NE Asians in Silicon Valley, it is more like 10-1 Panda/Tiger ratio around here.)

    Orange County white liberals suck. They are the ones complaining the most. The homeless are a mixed of drug addicts and people that can’t afford the rent. Some are from the OC and others come from other places. Its good to see the Asians fighting back since the shelter should be in Santa Ana. Being nice to the homeless in California has caused it to grow. One can feel sorry for people because of the high rent but the homeless problem is even worst in La or the Bay Area where they are nicer to homeless people.

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  61. Any reasonable homeowners will do the same thing, Sailer constantly railing on about NE asians (Chinese in particular) seem petty to me. Let see how he react if they build a rehab center next to his house, how his roundeyeness make him more accepting to junkies and hobo.

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    He's not disagreeing with the Irvine activists, he is noting the media double standard that lets nonwhites demand local law and order, but would portray the same behavior by whites as racist and in a scolding tone.

    That's not my observation down here, where the media coverage of white NIMBYs isn't really negative. But our main newspaper is owned by a Trump loving billionaire developer last time I checked. And even our biggest alt weekly is owned by a republican.
    , @JA
    You're misunderstanding Steve's point.

    Everyone hates having homeless people and criminals in the neighborhood for exactly the reasons stated by the California Asians.

    But, in the current cultural moment, people are not supposed to state the obvious. They are supposed to pretend that they care deeply about the poor unfortunates but that other, more important considerations (the environment is always a good one) require that the schizoid junkies go away.

    It's sometimes observed that Asian-Americans have all of the academic hard skills necessary for middle-class success but lack the cultural soft skills necessary to make it to the top.

    This is an example.
    , @Charles Erwin Wilson II

    Sailer constantly railing on about NE asians (Chinese in particular) seem petty to me.
     
    So says the NE asian from China.
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  62. Walmart will sell you a sleeping bag, air mattress and tent for a couple of hundred.

    The magnificent irony being that the reason they are so cheap is that they are made in China.

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    Walmart will sell you a sleeping bag, air mattress and tent for a couple of hundred.
     
    The magnificent irony being that the reason they are so cheap is that they are made in China.
     
    Truly magnificent irony. Love it.
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  63. @PiltdownMan

    But Asians making 250k don’t really grasp the subtleties of how you are supposed to talk to reporters in the current year.
     
    They don't need no steenkin' subtleties. In any case, they're probably immune from direct criticism from the oppressor whitey power structure, because they are oppressed minorities themselves being Asian, albeit making 250k a year.

    Race politics, PC, who-whom struggles and all the rest have been predictable until now, because it has been framed by academic left intellectuals as white people oppressing everyone who is not not white, i.e. Whitey versus African-Americans, Latinos, Asians, Native Americans, and so on.

    It gets a lot more interesting as economically well-off and socially coherent groups such as Chinese immigrants turn on other groups, whether round eyes, inner city blacks or Latinos. Do whites refrain from criticism and stand by, while one Minority Group of Color outmaneuvers and oppresses another? Or do we speak up, only to be roundly chastised for our racist moral criticism of the oppressor minority group?

    Even if we shut the doors tomorrow, there is enough of a critical mass of several distinct non-white groups already here that the dynamics of race shaming could get complicated quite quickly.

    Do whites refrain from criticism and stand by, while one Minority Group of Color outmaneuvers and oppresses another?

    Of course they refrain. Progressives have refrained from seriously addressing inner city black crime for decades. As if endlessly pointing out that “well, it would be better if not for slavery and Jim Crow” will somehow solve the problem in the here and now.

    Why should we expect that to change when it’s Hispanics, blacks, and Asians at each other’s throats?

    https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2013/01/15/latino-gang-leader-convicted-la-ethnic-cleansing-campaign

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  64. I haven’t lived in California for years but getting rid of derelicts wasn’t that hard. Sausalito once had them but they simply required ‘resident stickers’ to park on the street and put wrought iron fencing around any area where derelicts might loiter. There was Smitty’s, a neighborhood bar , but it wasn’t on Bridgeway , the main drag and all the other liquor licenses were owned by upscale restaurants and hotels so not the kind of place where low/no income people could sit around and drink.

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    I was in Sausalito about a year ago and they had a permanent-appearing population of aggressive bums living in a city park.
    , @Marty
    For the last 3-4 months, the SF shopping center where I buy groceries has had two of those Rasta-type white gyppos panhandling, one at each entrance. About two weeks ago I e-mailed the grocery chain and said that if they're not removed, I might just have to switch to Safeway a few blocks away. I received an immediate phone call from corporate, and the panhandlers haven't been back since.
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  65. @Lot
    Ryan is retiring and will get a bazillion dollars from corporate boards because of his tax cut/amnesty policies. Just like Cantor did. This is the single biggest way the elite corrupts politicians.

    Meanwhile, the best Speaker of our lifetimes, who held the line at every turn on immigration, is reduced to serving on a marijuana startup corporate board.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-04-11/ex-speaker-john-boehner-joins-marijuana-firm-s-advisory-board

    Well Speaker Boehner, I hope you dominate the pot field over all the dirty reformed hippies over here. You deserve every penny.

    Too bad Paul Nehlen decided to completely go off the deep end and self destruct.

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    Pretty amusing that he could be the front runner right now if he had just stuck to his old tea party positioning and not come out explicitly as a MacDonaldist Jew-hater in December 2017. One year of keeping his mouth shut and he'd be in Congress. Now he isn't even on Twitter!

    Another example of the strong association between anti-semitism, loserdom, poor insight, and mental illness.

    Just a few months after becoming/coming out as an counter-semite, he had another breakdown where he got banned from twitter for posting a crudely racist altered image of future British princess Megan Markle, then got banned from Gab (twitter alternative run by WNs) for outing Ricky Vaughn 2.0 in an intra-loonie dispute on the utility of Nazi cosplay spectacles that saw Nehlan on the more extreme position in opposition to DailyStormer's Andrew Anglin!

    It seems as if Nehlan is going to deprive the young man behind RV2 of ever working again in his chosen industry, and resulted in his own parents being hounded by reporters until they issued a statement condemning his views. Nehlan knew this would happen and just didn't care.

    And RV2 was really only a marginal WN if at all, and more a standard paleocon who was good at memes. The "look a Nazi!" MSM attacks on RV2 were all based on tweets several years old despite the fact he had probably more than 1000 tweets in the prior 12 months.
    , @Charles Pewitt
    Paul Nehlen -- 48 years old -- might just win the GOP primary for the 1st congressional district in Wisconsin.

    Paul Nehlen might just win the general election for the 1st congressional district in Wisconsin and replace Paul Ryan.

    Does anybody remember Don Nehlen, the former football coach of the West Virginia Mountaineers?

    Paul Nehlen is going to shake things the hell up, that's for sure.

    Don't phuck around with a man about 50 years old; they still got some balls and they are just beginning to gain some wisdom.
    , @anonymous
    I think Paul Nehlen's fall out was more public relations then going off the deep end and self destructing.

    Paul Nehlen is pushing the same positive, populist policies as the leader of Hungary who just won a landslide victory. Hungary's opposition party is even more hard core nationalist.

    It just how these subjects are presented. Victor Orban makes George Soros and Non Government Organizations that push bad immigration the enemy. He doesn't "name the Jew" like Nehlen does.

    Yeah, George Soros is the classic, straight from central casting Internationalist Jew money changer. He literally made his $ billions speculating on the British Pound Sterling. George Soros has switched countries as often as regular people change clothes. George Soros funds everything and everything that attacks traditional White European society, looks to replace White Europeans, White European Americans in our communities.

    George Soros is the Evil International Jew - but it's a deal killer to go around using that language or "naming the Jew". Instead the very successful Hungary populist/Nationalist Victor Orban just attacks the person George Soros and the NGO he and his kind fund. If Nehlen could have done that he could have been successful.

    Go with what works.
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  66. There is nothing the GOP could now more important than changing our asylum law, that says ANYONE, in ANY NUMBERS, can immigrate to the USA upon proof of ethnic persecution.

    Every single one of these hundreds of thousands of primative Muslim peasents, under the letter of our current law, can stay in the USA and eventually become citizens if they manage to step foot onto our soil. Free healthcare, food stamps, Section 8 and education for life for every one of them.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-myanmar-massacre-survivors-specialrep/how-the-families-of-10-massacred-rohingya-fled-myanmar-idUSKBN1HI21L

    All it would take is the next Dem president to just let them enter, like Obama with the Central Americans and Merkel with the Million Muslims. They will never leave and will never pay taxes in one tenth of the amount of services they consume. Thus far only 3% of Obama’s illegal central american wave have been deported, even though when actually decided in court about 95% lose. The numbers are even worse in Germany. The actual number of Merkel’s Million who have lost their asylum claim is pretty small since their courts are overwhelmed, even obvious liars like all the balding crows-footed “teens.” But even that tiny group the German gov has ordered be deported, almost none have actually been deported.

    This is also something realistic to do. Big Biz will fight us on H1B and win in alliance with Dems. But successful businessmen don’t employ Rohinga migrants. And in Germany, despite gigantic government incentives and training programs, less than 1% of Merkel’s Million are gainfully employed at anything other than minimum wage jobs.

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    The problem, especially in western Europe, is that you can just show up and apply for asylum. There are so many claims that it would take 2 years before you receive a decision. You could then appeal and probably extend the process for another 2-3 years. Or, just ignore your deportation notice.

    Basically one million people could show up tomorrow at French borders and ask for asylum. The French govt. is legally obliged to take all of them in and individually process their request. It may work with a few thousand applications but with mass migrations in hundreds of thousands or even millions, it is impractical and insane.
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  67. @D. K.
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    But, as far as I can tell, the big increase in Orange County homeless is in part due to local drug treatment centers advertising for patients in the White Death Belt. and then kicking them out when their insurance runs out. By that point, their old ladies have moved in with their best friends, so what’s the point of going back to Kentucky, at least until deer hunting season, when the weather right now is really nice in Orange County and Walmart will sell you a sleeping bag, air mattress and tent for a couple of hundred?

    ***

    You keep saying this, Steve, without your actually supporting it with any references, at all!?! Have you yourself actually driven down to Irvine and statistically sampled its homeless population? Or, are you just so enamored of your own hypothesis that you dare not test it empirically, lest it fail to be supported, let alone confirmed?

    I live in OC and have for years. I grew up here, with forays into other places. I can attest that EVERY Homeless dude I see on the streets, and there has been a MASSIVE influx in the last ten years basically aligned with the Obama Administration coming in — is WHITE. EVERY ONE.

    I’ve seen Black gang members and prostitutes (promptly questioned by the local cops) and the local pharmacy was robbed at noon by pistol whipping Black gang members who got away (the police Dept. HQ is less than six blocks away). But ALL the homeless I’ve seen are White. And all are Male save one or two White women unusual because you see mostly just White dudes.

    This is not counting the homeless in the Santa Ana Civic center which has been a horrific problem since around 1977-78, and got worse during the 1980s. Yes there has been a homeless camp in the Civic Center plaza since the 1980s at least, almost 40 years. Downtown Santa Ana is a giant open air toilet I’m not kidding.

    The homeless I saw as a very young kid in the late 1970s to early 1980s were all White too then. The excellent downtown public library is essentially unuseable.

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  68. @Lot
    Ryan is retiring and will get a bazillion dollars from corporate boards because of his tax cut/amnesty policies. Just like Cantor did. This is the single biggest way the elite corrupts politicians.

    Meanwhile, the best Speaker of our lifetimes, who held the line at every turn on immigration, is reduced to serving on a marijuana startup corporate board.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-04-11/ex-speaker-john-boehner-joins-marijuana-firm-s-advisory-board

    Well Speaker Boehner, I hope you dominate the pot field over all the dirty reformed hippies over here. You deserve every penny.

    “We’ve done our research and want to talk options that are far away from communities,” she said.

    Swell, say the junkies. And who are we going to panhandle from and sell drugs to and steal hubcaps from in the middle of the Cleveland National Forest? How will our fixes get to us?

    Pure speculation on my part:
    Most of the junkies do legitimate work. I just don’t buy that charity and theiving support everything.
    Minimum wage and temp, but they probably do do jobs in food prep and other stuff. Maybe even upscale stuff. That’s the problem with relocating them to the middle of nowhere, no work for them to do at all. The good people of Irvine should figure out a way of employing the non deportable homeless.

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  69. @D. K.
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    But, as far as I can tell, the big increase in Orange County homeless is in part due to local drug treatment centers advertising for patients in the White Death Belt. and then kicking them out when their insurance runs out. By that point, their old ladies have moved in with their best friends, so what’s the point of going back to Kentucky, at least until deer hunting season, when the weather right now is really nice in Orange County and Walmart will sell you a sleeping bag, air mattress and tent for a couple of hundred?

    ***

    You keep saying this, Steve, without your actually supporting it with any references, at all!?! Have you yourself actually driven down to Irvine and statistically sampled its homeless population? Or, are you just so enamored of your own hypothesis that you dare not test it empirically, lest it fail to be supported, let alone confirmed?

    I’m frequently in Irvine and what strikes me is the relatively low number of homeless people I saw compared to the number I see where I live a few miles up the 405 in Huntington Beach. Perhaps they’re hiding in pockets but as a general matter they’re relatively invisible to my eyes. Nest time I’m at Seafood City, I’ll ask random Asians how they feel about me moving into their backyard.

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    It's speculated the Irvine cops give them a one-way ride out of town. I saw a recent post on one of my (until recently way too tolerant of the homeless) OC city Facebook pages where a woman reported she saw an Irvine cop car let a homeless guy off in our city. She didn't get video or a photo, though. I wouldn't put it past them. I'm sure the nicer OC towns were transporting a ton of people to the Santa Ana riverbed until it became a hot political topic and they cleaned the area up. I had a chuckle when Irvine was chosen as a place to house them. As far as I'm concerned it's Irvine's turn to enjoy the vibrancy they bring to the area.
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  70. @PiltdownMan

    But Asians making 250k don’t really grasp the subtleties of how you are supposed to talk to reporters in the current year.
     
    They don't need no steenkin' subtleties. In any case, they're probably immune from direct criticism from the oppressor whitey power structure, because they are oppressed minorities themselves being Asian, albeit making 250k a year.

    Race politics, PC, who-whom struggles and all the rest have been predictable until now, because it has been framed by academic left intellectuals as white people oppressing everyone who is not not white, i.e. Whitey versus African-Americans, Latinos, Asians, Native Americans, and so on.

    It gets a lot more interesting as economically well-off and socially coherent groups such as Chinese immigrants turn on other groups, whether round eyes, inner city blacks or Latinos. Do whites refrain from criticism and stand by, while one Minority Group of Color outmaneuvers and oppresses another? Or do we speak up, only to be roundly chastised for our racist moral criticism of the oppressor minority group?

    Even if we shut the doors tomorrow, there is enough of a critical mass of several distinct non-white groups already here that the dynamics of race shaming could get complicated quite quickly.

    as antiracism more or less equals black supremacism by now and antiracism is the most important ideology for whites today I think whites would definitely take the black side in an asian / black conflict.

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  71. the big increase in Orange County homeless is in part due to local drug treatment centers advertising for patients in the White Death Belt. and then kicking them out when their insurance runs out.

    The people who engineered this FIRE economy shekelharvest and profited from it have names, addresses, and bank accounts. Also banks and other businesses that undoubtedly moved the money along so its origin could be concealed.

    I will say again that every last penny of Sackler family assets down to the current generation of “musicians” and “artists” and such should be grabbed and spent on fixing the lives, families, and communities that these predators harmed by turning family doctors into pushers and medicine in general into an actuarial-table-based set of profit-turning scams.

    Art Sackler in the Medical Advertising Hall of Fame, remember.

    But I also wonder how much our almond-eyed invaders monetarized and profited from the finance/insurance/real estate/medical industries’ unholy alliance. How much of this “invasion” of the homeless is due to Chinese ascendancy in Irvine? How many Chinese doctors ran those drug treatment centers or scored insurance or speculative profits from them? How many of those centers wrote their commercial space rent checks to guys named Chang (etc.)?

    Out east when I was growing up it was widely accepted that Asians and Jews, while hating each other, had similar attitudes/practices in business toward the white working and middle classes.

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    "FIRE economy shekelharvest"

    Great! In a nutshell.
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  72. A local school district is discussing rezoning — again — and one of the plans would require a wealthy neighborhood of Asians and Indians to send its kids to a majority black school.

    On the news, they interviewed one of the parents who was protesting the plan, an Asian mom. She told the reporter “they want to send our kids from a good school to a, uh, not as good school.”

    My wife and I cracked up. She started to say “bad school” and then realized how that would be perceived. They learn quickly, these immigrants.

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    My wife and I cracked up. She started to say “bad school” and then realized how that would be perceived. They learn quickly, these immigrants.
     
    They need to learn from the best when it comes to hypocrisy -- the uber liberal white mothers in Brooklyn. Everytime there's rezoning and their kids get rezoned into majority black schools, they'll protest about how children need to go a school closest to home in case anything goes wrong, like if they get sick. Sounds a lot less racist.
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  73. @D. K.
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    But, as far as I can tell, the big increase in Orange County homeless is in part due to local drug treatment centers advertising for patients in the White Death Belt. and then kicking them out when their insurance runs out. By that point, their old ladies have moved in with their best friends, so what’s the point of going back to Kentucky, at least until deer hunting season, when the weather right now is really nice in Orange County and Walmart will sell you a sleeping bag, air mattress and tent for a couple of hundred?

    ***

    You keep saying this, Steve, without your actually supporting it with any references, at all!?! Have you yourself actually driven down to Irvine and statistically sampled its homeless population? Or, are you just so enamored of your own hypothesis that you dare not test it empirically, lest it fail to be supported, let alone confirmed?

    Yes, but if he did that, he might not be able to use the catchy “Asian… Roundeye junkies” bit.

    Don’t you know, the point is to make whites believe that they are uniquely under attack from everyone?

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    https://www.languageties.com/sites/default/files/images/lexical/019-dont-bite-the-hand-that-feeds-you.jpg
    , @J.Ross
    So the highly educated non-criminal East Asians who come here and work unapologetically to end the Constitution, who oppose free speech and gun rights in every poll and vore for more welfare systems, are they helping us?
    , @Paul Yarbles

    Don’t you know, the point is to make whites believe that they are uniquely under attack from everyone?
     
    Yes, Steve is trying to make whites believe what is true. This is a good thing.
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  74. @Lot
    There is nothing the GOP could now more important than changing our asylum law, that says ANYONE, in ANY NUMBERS, can immigrate to the USA upon proof of ethnic persecution.

    Every single one of these hundreds of thousands of primative Muslim peasents, under the letter of our current law, can stay in the USA and eventually become citizens if they manage to step foot onto our soil. Free healthcare, food stamps, Section 8 and education for life for every one of them.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-myanmar-massacre-survivors-specialrep/how-the-families-of-10-massacred-rohingya-fled-myanmar-idUSKBN1HI21L

    All it would take is the next Dem president to just let them enter, like Obama with the Central Americans and Merkel with the Million Muslims. They will never leave and will never pay taxes in one tenth of the amount of services they consume. Thus far only 3% of Obama's illegal central american wave have been deported, even though when actually decided in court about 95% lose. The numbers are even worse in Germany. The actual number of Merkel's Million who have lost their asylum claim is pretty small since their courts are overwhelmed, even obvious liars like all the balding crows-footed "teens." But even that tiny group the German gov has ordered be deported, almost none have actually been deported.

    This is also something realistic to do. Big Biz will fight us on H1B and win in alliance with Dems. But successful businessmen don't employ Rohinga migrants. And in Germany, despite gigantic government incentives and training programs, less than 1% of Merkel's Million are gainfully employed at anything other than minimum wage jobs.

    The problem, especially in western Europe, is that you can just show up and apply for asylum. There are so many claims that it would take 2 years before you receive a decision. You could then appeal and probably extend the process for another 2-3 years. Or, just ignore your deportation notice.

    Basically one million people could show up tomorrow at French borders and ask for asylum. The French govt. is legally obliged to take all of them in and individually process their request. It may work with a few thousand applications but with mass migrations in hundreds of thousands or even millions, it is impractical and insane.

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  75. @Doug
    > because they are oppressed minorities themselves being Asian, albeit making 250k a year.

    They definitely are not. At best they're the lowest ranked minority. Remember that UCLA student who was run out of town, because she made a video about blacks being too loud at the library?

    I can’t find the post now, but as I recall, her video was about Asians being too loud at the library.

    Also, she was a bikini model, which is totally unconnected to the fact that I happen to recall this story.

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    I can’t find the post now, but as I recall, her video was about Asians being too loud at the library.
     
    That's what I remembered as well. She also complained about how the Korean moms always came by their kids' dorms to pick up their laundry, and brought them home cooked meals like Kimchee. It was hilarious.

    Also, she was a bikini model, which is totally unconnected to the fact that I happen to recall this story.
     
    Not sure about this. I seemed to recall her being quite chubby, and blonde.
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  76. @27 year old
    Too bad Paul Nehlen decided to completely go off the deep end and self destruct.

    Pretty amusing that he could be the front runner right now if he had just stuck to his old tea party positioning and not come out explicitly as a MacDonaldist Jew-hater in December 2017. One year of keeping his mouth shut and he’d be in Congress. Now he isn’t even on Twitter!

    Another example of the strong association between anti-semitism, loserdom, poor insight, and mental illness.

    Just a few months after becoming/coming out as an counter-semite, he had another breakdown where he got banned from twitter for posting a crudely racist altered image of future British princess Megan Markle, then got banned from Gab (twitter alternative run by WNs) for outing Ricky Vaughn 2.0 in an intra-loonie dispute on the utility of Nazi cosplay spectacles that saw Nehlan on the more extreme position in opposition to DailyStormer’s Andrew Anglin!

    It seems as if Nehlan is going to deprive the young man behind RV2 of ever working again in his chosen industry, and resulted in his own parents being hounded by reporters until they issued a statement condemning his views. Nehlan knew this would happen and just didn’t care.

    And RV2 was really only a marginal WN if at all, and more a standard paleocon who was good at memes. The “look a Nazi!” MSM attacks on RV2 were all based on tweets several years old despite the fact he had probably more than 1000 tweets in the prior 12 months.

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    Pretty amusing that he could be the front runner right now if he had just stuck to his old tea party positioning and not come out explicitly as a MacDonaldist Jew-hater in December 2017. One year of keeping his mouth shut and he’d be in Congress. Now he isn’t even on Twitter!

     

    Kevin MacDonald had a letter to the editor printed in today's Wall Street Journal. Professor MacDonald is a very smart man who has explained the origins of Jew behaviour in European Christian nations. MacDonald explains the Jew proclivity to be hostile to the European Christians who unwisely allowed them to enter their nations. Dozens of kingdoms, principalities and nations have thrown the Jews out because of their behaviour.

    Remember: Anti-Jewism is a response to Jewish behaviour.

    Kevin MacDonald:

    In dismissing my argument that Jewish organizations have been disproportionately influential in U.S. immigration policy, Abraham Miller fails to confront the data compiled in my 1998 book “The Culture of Critique,” which also describes changes in academic attitudes on race critical to passage of the 1965 Immigration Act (“The Theory Behind That Charlottesville Slogan,” op-ed, April 3). It was absolutely understood by both restrictionists and antirestrictionists in Congress that Jewish organizations spearheaded opposition against the 1924 law’s national origins, despite little public support.

     

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/jewish-organizations-had-a-role-in-1965-act-1523374146

    The key point is that organized Jewry in the United States pushed extremely hard to open the mass immigration floodgates in the decades prior to the passage of the nation-wrecking 1965 Immigration Act.

    Professor Kevin MacDonald is a great man with a lot of guts.
    , @YetAnotherAnon
    That "crudely racist altered image of future British princess Megan Markle" was Cheddar Man, who lived about 11,000 years ago, as envisaged by some media-friendly academic, who got all the GoodWhites in a twitter by suggesting the earliest Brits (mostly wiped out by Beaker invaders in subsequent millennia) were dark rather than pale.

    https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/feb/07/first-modern-britons-dark-black-skin-cheddar-man-dna-analysis-reveals

    Are you suggesting that Cheddar Man is in some way too black? What kind of racism is that? I can't even...

    (RV was a great read during the election, and I couldn't believe how productive he was right up til recently, though I disagreed with his recent tactic of 'bullyciding' some people to his right (which may have rebounded). But his output was prolific, inventive, funny, sometimes even thoughtful, all leavened by a bit of dross, nay, trash here and there. He was perhaps the greatest and most decorated general in the 2016 Meme Wars - obviously a very well-read and bright guy. May he live long and prosper in his future life, and may his doxxer lie uneasy.)

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  77. @Twinkie
    Yes, but if he did that, he might not be able to use the catchy “Asian... Roundeye junkies” bit.

    Don’t you know, the point is to make whites believe that they are uniquely under attack from everyone?

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    As a black man living in a first world country I think you need to come to terms with this message.
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  78. @D. K.
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    But, as far as I can tell, the big increase in Orange County homeless is in part due to local drug treatment centers advertising for patients in the White Death Belt. and then kicking them out when their insurance runs out. By that point, their old ladies have moved in with their best friends, so what’s the point of going back to Kentucky, at least until deer hunting season, when the weather right now is really nice in Orange County and Walmart will sell you a sleeping bag, air mattress and tent for a couple of hundred?

    ***

    You keep saying this, Steve, without your actually supporting it with any references, at all!?! Have you yourself actually driven down to Irvine and statistically sampled its homeless population? Or, are you just so enamored of your own hypothesis that you dare not test it empirically, lest it fail to be supported, let alone confirmed?

    Look, the point is that if white transients are indeed flooding in from the north and east, Asians are #1 on the West Side.

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  79. @Lot
    Pretty amusing that he could be the front runner right now if he had just stuck to his old tea party positioning and not come out explicitly as a MacDonaldist Jew-hater in December 2017. One year of keeping his mouth shut and he'd be in Congress. Now he isn't even on Twitter!

    Another example of the strong association between anti-semitism, loserdom, poor insight, and mental illness.

    Just a few months after becoming/coming out as an counter-semite, he had another breakdown where he got banned from twitter for posting a crudely racist altered image of future British princess Megan Markle, then got banned from Gab (twitter alternative run by WNs) for outing Ricky Vaughn 2.0 in an intra-loonie dispute on the utility of Nazi cosplay spectacles that saw Nehlan on the more extreme position in opposition to DailyStormer's Andrew Anglin!

    It seems as if Nehlan is going to deprive the young man behind RV2 of ever working again in his chosen industry, and resulted in his own parents being hounded by reporters until they issued a statement condemning his views. Nehlan knew this would happen and just didn't care.

    And RV2 was really only a marginal WN if at all, and more a standard paleocon who was good at memes. The "look a Nazi!" MSM attacks on RV2 were all based on tweets several years old despite the fact he had probably more than 1000 tweets in the prior 12 months.

    Pretty amusing that he could be the front runner right now if he had just stuck to his old tea party positioning and not come out explicitly as a MacDonaldist Jew-hater in December 2017. One year of keeping his mouth shut and he’d be in Congress. Now he isn’t even on Twitter!

    Kevin MacDonald had a letter to the editor printed in today’s Wall Street Journal. Professor MacDonald is a very smart man who has explained the origins of Jew behaviour in European Christian nations. MacDonald explains the Jew proclivity to be hostile to the European Christians who unwisely allowed them to enter their nations. Dozens of kingdoms, principalities and nations have thrown the Jews out because of their behaviour.

    Remember: Anti-Jewism is a response to Jewish behaviour.

    Kevin MacDonald:

    In dismissing my argument that Jewish organizations have been disproportionately influential in U.S. immigration policy, Abraham Miller fails to confront the data compiled in my 1998 book “The Culture of Critique,” which also describes changes in academic attitudes on race critical to passage of the 1965 Immigration Act (“The Theory Behind That Charlottesville Slogan,” op-ed, April 3). It was absolutely understood by both restrictionists and antirestrictionists in Congress that Jewish organizations spearheaded opposition against the 1924 law’s national origins, despite little public support.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/jewish-organizations-had-a-role-in-1965-act-1523374146

    The key point is that organized Jewry in the United States pushed extremely hard to open the mass immigration floodgates in the decades prior to the passage of the nation-wrecking 1965 Immigration Act.

    Professor Kevin MacDonald is a great man with a lot of guts.

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    MacDonald is an idiot. Jews were thrown out of England and France in a money grab. Kings declared all money owed to Jewish bankers were now owed to them, and their own debts void.

    They often ended up having to call Jews back as Royal Officials could not run banks. Literacy was Jews secret weapon.

    Kings were always after money. Jews had it. Same as Whites in South Africa.

    Philip the Fair ended up inviting Jews back twice.
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  80. I mean they aren’t wrong. Why is their responsibility to take in human garbage that refuses help when given, can’t follow the basic rules of shelters and turns middle class areas into junkie dens complete with hep and disease outbreaks. Most are felons of some sort. It is way out of control. They should either be institutionalized or imprisioned.

    Steve’s point on their origins isn’t wrong. John and Ken talked to hobos for hours on the street. Most aren’t from California. The orange county board of supervisor also explicitly said this based on tecent intake data. The other underrated origin is county jails and state prison, because Jerry browns prisoner dumping laws has released tons of repeat felons with no hope of employment or housing.

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  81. @D. K.
    ***

    But, as far as I can tell, the big increase in Orange County homeless is in part due to local drug treatment centers advertising for patients in the White Death Belt. and then kicking them out when their insurance runs out. By that point, their old ladies have moved in with their best friends, so what’s the point of going back to Kentucky, at least until deer hunting season, when the weather right now is really nice in Orange County and Walmart will sell you a sleeping bag, air mattress and tent for a couple of hundred?

    ***

    You keep saying this, Steve, without your actually supporting it with any references, at all!?! Have you yourself actually driven down to Irvine and statistically sampled its homeless population? Or, are you just so enamored of your own hypothesis that you dare not test it empirically, lest it fail to be supported, let alone confirmed?

    If YOU actually drove down to Irvine YOU would realize there AREN’T any visible homeless there. If there are, they are “hiding in the shadows.” Irvine PD simply will not tolerate them. That’s why the nimby Asians want to keep it that way.

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  82. This is the kind of lovely stuff that goes on in homeless camps:

    https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/crime/man-charged-with-raping-girl-in-seattle-homeless-camp/

    https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/crime/2nd-man-charged-with-raping-girl-in-seattle-homeless-camp/

    Why would anyone want to invite this kind of trash to their neighborhood?

    Hopefully this will wake up the Californian voters. This is what they get for voting Democrat.

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    Hopefully this will wake up the Californian voters.
     
    555-COME-ON-NOW
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  83. @rogue-one
    Good for them. I wish more people had balls & intelligence to organize like these Asians. Of course, it helps that media & Rob Reiner aren't reflexively calling them racists.

    Agree.

    Yet one more case of foreigners doing important jobs Americans refuse to do.

    Junkie-Zombies? No thanks. NIMBY.

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  84. @27 year old
    Too bad Paul Nehlen decided to completely go off the deep end and self destruct.

    Paul Nehlen — 48 years old — might just win the GOP primary for the 1st congressional district in Wisconsin.

    Paul Nehlen might just win the general election for the 1st congressional district in Wisconsin and replace Paul Ryan.

    Does anybody remember Don Nehlen, the former football coach of the West Virginia Mountaineers?

    Paul Nehlen is going to shake things the hell up, that’s for sure.

    Don’t phuck around with a man about 50 years old; they still got some balls and they are just beginning to gain some wisdom.

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    He's a Nazi. Radioactive. He's not winning anything.
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  85. @Charles Pewitt
    Send that South Korean thug back to North Korea. They'll rough him up for fun. The United States does not need Koreans of any kind.

    I don't want to get director Michael Mann in trouble, because I like some of his movies, such as The Last Of The Mohicans, but perhaps Mann was saying something when he had a character in his movie,Heat, happen to mention that California was loaded up with hundreds of thousands of Koreans.

    Maybe Michael Mann, who has Russian Jewish ancestry, and was born in Chicago but now lives in California, didn't much care for the demographic changes in California?

    I don't give a damn about North Korea; North Korea is a problem for Russia, China, Japan and South Korea. Get the US troops out of South Korea now.

    I would like to see as many Koreans as possible removed from the United States and sent back to Korea. Koreans have no right to arrogantly invade and colonize the United States.

    I don’t want to get director Michael Mann in trouble, because I like some of his movies, such as The Last Of The Mohicans, but perhaps Mann was saying something when he had a character in his movie,Heat, happen to mention that California was loaded up with hundreds of thousands of Koreans.
    Maybe Michael Mann, who has Russian Jewish ancestry, and was born in Chicago but now lives in California, didn’t much care for the demographic changes in California?

    Nah he’s keeping it real for that character. I thought his Miami Vice movie was crap when I saw it in 2006 when it came out. Saw it a few months ago and thought it was great. Has some great scenes and moods.

    Check out the Adam A500 aircraft

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    Agreed about Miami Vice. It's no Heat, but it's definitely worth a re-watch for those scenes and moods. Like this one.

    https://youtu.be/hP29Lvhmnwk
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  86. @eah
    The only takeaway here is that unlike Whites, Asians have no qualms about voicing their opposition to the undesirable 'other' -- they do not fear being called names like 'racist' -- so much for "assimilation".

    "LOL"

    It would be interesting if the swarm of homeless were Hispanics…would the Asians then advocate for stronger border controls ?

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    Border controls but not seaport and airport controls.
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  87. @Coag
    Well, being homeless is a lot greener than being in a home.

    The AC- and lawn sprinkler- guzzling mansions of leftist elites should always be opened up to the people they pretend the care about—the green homeless, the model minority Somali tribesmen, and the incarcerated black males yearning for sweet freedom.

    Well, being homeless is a lot greener than being in a home.

    There are pros and cons. Consumption (e.g. electricity, gas, water) is probably lower for the homeless, but waste disposal is much worse. Then there are the needles.

    Have you ever cleaned out the detritus from a homeless camp? If you believe being homeless is “a lot greener than being in a home” that would be a worthwhile reality check.

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  88. @Clifford Brown

    ‘We will decide who comes into the city!"
     
    Sounds like Irvine could benefit from a "Big, Beautiful Wall."

    Looks like open immigration, but limited internal migration, is becoming the eventual solution with wealthy communities being able to implement restrictions that the national government is no longer capable of.

    Special Residency ID cards needed to be within five miles of the Pacific Ocean? The California Coastal Commission would be up for it.

    I live in OC and have for years. I grew up here, with forays into other places. I can attest that EVERY Homeless dude I see on the streets, and there has been a MASSIVE influx in the last ten years basically aligned with the Obama Administration coming in — is WHITE. EVERY ONE.

    Sounds like Irvine could benefit from a “Big, Beautiful Wall.”

    Coar the Pwesident STAT! We Chinese Amewicans need a waar to keep out the white Yang-uizzi! My cousin have constwucion company, he weir build waar awound Erwine! (At substantial pwofit of couse, you cannot expect Chineese to do anything fooar idiology, unress Afrikan getting raid in Chineese cowage. Fooa dis we ray unduh tank…)

    -Chang Quin

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  89. @Charles Pewitt

    Pretty amusing that he could be the front runner right now if he had just stuck to his old tea party positioning and not come out explicitly as a MacDonaldist Jew-hater in December 2017. One year of keeping his mouth shut and he’d be in Congress. Now he isn’t even on Twitter!

     

    Kevin MacDonald had a letter to the editor printed in today's Wall Street Journal. Professor MacDonald is a very smart man who has explained the origins of Jew behaviour in European Christian nations. MacDonald explains the Jew proclivity to be hostile to the European Christians who unwisely allowed them to enter their nations. Dozens of kingdoms, principalities and nations have thrown the Jews out because of their behaviour.

    Remember: Anti-Jewism is a response to Jewish behaviour.

    Kevin MacDonald:

    In dismissing my argument that Jewish organizations have been disproportionately influential in U.S. immigration policy, Abraham Miller fails to confront the data compiled in my 1998 book “The Culture of Critique,” which also describes changes in academic attitudes on race critical to passage of the 1965 Immigration Act (“The Theory Behind That Charlottesville Slogan,” op-ed, April 3). It was absolutely understood by both restrictionists and antirestrictionists in Congress that Jewish organizations spearheaded opposition against the 1924 law’s national origins, despite little public support.

     

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/jewish-organizations-had-a-role-in-1965-act-1523374146

    The key point is that organized Jewry in the United States pushed extremely hard to open the mass immigration floodgates in the decades prior to the passage of the nation-wrecking 1965 Immigration Act.

    Professor Kevin MacDonald is a great man with a lot of guts.

    MacDonald is an idiot. Jews were thrown out of England and France in a money grab. Kings declared all money owed to Jewish bankers were now owed to them, and their own debts void.

    They often ended up having to call Jews back as Royal Officials could not run banks. Literacy was Jews secret weapon.

    Kings were always after money. Jews had it. Same as Whites in South Africa.

    Philip the Fair ended up inviting Jews back twice.

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    They often ended up having to call Jews back as Royal Officials could not run banks. Literacy was Jews secret weapon.

    Yes, the English were so useless they had to resort to employing this notorious numbskull.

    http://www.royalmintmuseum.org.uk/history/people/mint-officials/isaac-newton/

    Whiskey, when you can't even admit your own Jewish heritage despite it being obvious to everyone concerned, you build your whole credibility on a foundation of bad faith quicksand. At least Jack D admits it. I think even Corvinus does.
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  90. Turns out impoverishing below average intelligence white people by importing Mexicans to take their jobs and communities doesn’t make them disappear. They just show up on the streets of prosperous Asian communities to take a big dump.

    Sweet. Globalism gives itself a reach-around.

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  91. Speaking of East Asians with attitude….

    Dota Pro Has A Very Racist Reason For Hating His Own Name

    Professional Dota player Daryl Koh “iceiceice” Pei Xiang was streaming today when he felt compelled to explain why he doesn’t like his own first name.

    “I don’t even like the name Daryl,” said iceiceice. “Daryl is like a ni[****]’s name. It’s not an… okay, it’s a black person’s name. I’m not a big fan of like, Daryl. My parents named me Daryl after watching a show.”

    https://compete.kotaku.com/dota-pro-has-a-very-racist-reason-for-hating-his-own-na-1825183196

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    First of all, Daryl is as redneck name a name as Wesley or Beauregard.
    Second of all, I hate gangsta culture, therefore my screen name is "iceiceice"? Was "blingmasterOakTown187" already taken?
    Third of all, of course it's okay for him to say the n-word. Getting upset about using the n-word is only applicable to gullible whites.
    ...
    When he backs up and says "okay, it's a black person's name," was that because the interviewer's head exploded?
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  92. OT this week is, knock on wood, turning out unexpectedly well.
    Trump has not taken the White Helmet bait in forty-eight hours and there are signs that something may have been worked out.
    Zuck is in the hot booster seat for multiple days and normies are finally understanding what FaceBook is.
    Xi blinked on tarriffs and we now have reason to expect a good deal.
    Team Mueller massively overplayed their hand and now Trump has signalled he will actually start fighting back. Somebody died in that coincidentally timed fire and there will be an investigation.
    Paul Ryan joins Flake and McCain in the Good Riddance pity party of surrendering RINO congresscritters.

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  93. @syonredux
    Speaking of East Asians with attitude....

    Dota Pro Has A Very Racist Reason For Hating His Own Name

    Professional Dota player Daryl Koh “iceiceice” Pei Xiang was streaming today when he felt compelled to explain why he doesn’t like his own first name.

     


    “I don’t even like the name Daryl,” said iceiceice. “Daryl is like a ni[****]’s name. It’s not an... okay, it’s a black person’s name. I’m not a big fan of like, Daryl. My parents named me Daryl after watching a show.”
     
    https://compete.kotaku.com/dota-pro-has-a-very-racist-reason-for-hating-his-own-na-1825183196

    First of all, Daryl is as redneck name a name as Wesley or Beauregard.
    Second of all, I hate gangsta culture, therefore my screen name is “iceiceice”? Was “blingmasterOakTown187″ already taken?
    Third of all, of course it’s okay for him to say the n-word. Getting upset about using the n-word is only applicable to gullible whites.

    When he backs up and says “okay, it’s a black person’s name,” was that because the interviewer’s head exploded?

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  94. Anonymous[202] • Disclaimer says:
    @Truth
    https://www.languageties.com/sites/default/files/images/lexical/019-dont-bite-the-hand-that-feeds-you.jpg

    As a black man living in a first world country I think you need to come to terms with this message.

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    • Replies: @Truth
    I'm a stray dog, Chief, I forage for food, hunt squirrels, knock over garbage cans, you know.
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  95. @eah
    The only takeaway here is that unlike Whites, Asians have no qualms about voicing their opposition to the undesirable 'other' -- they do not fear being called names like 'racist' -- so much for "assimilation".

    "LOL"

    These Asians could use “assimilation” lessons from that Iraqi in San Diego who killed his wife and then tried to blame whitey by saying it was a hate crime.

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  96. Daryl Koh “iceiceice” Pei Xiang doesn’t like the name Daryl?

    How about Plexiglass Koh “iceiceice” Pei Xiang?

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  97. Off-topic from our new Millennial Overlords:

    https://www.buzzfeed.com/ryanmac/growth-at-any-cost-top-facebook-executive-defended-data

    [MORE]

    We talk about the good and the bad of our work often. I want to talk about the ugly.

    We connect people.

    That can be good if they make it positive. Maybe someone finds love. Maybe it even saves the life of someone on the brink of suicide.

    So we connect more people.

    That can be bad if they make it negative. Maybe it costs a life by exposing someone to bullies. Maybe someone dies in a terrorist attack coordinated on our tools.

    And still we connect people.

    The ugly truth is that we believe in connecting people so deeply that anything that allows us to connect more people more often is *de facto* good. It is perhaps the only area where the metrics do tell the true story as far as we are concerned.

    That isn’t something we are doing for ourselves. Or for our stock price (ha!). It is literally just what we do. We connect people. Period.

    That’s why all the work we do in growth is justified. All the questionable contact importing practices. All the subtle language that helps people stay searchable by friends. All of the work we do to bring more communication in. The work we will likely have to do in China some day. All of it.

    The natural state of the world is not connected. It is not unified. It is fragmented by borders, languages, and increasingly by different products. The best products don’t win. The ones everyone use win.

    I know a lot of people don’t want to hear this. Most of us have the luxury of working in the warm glow of building products consumers love. But make no mistake, growth tactics are how we got here. If you joined the company because it is doing great work, that’s why we get to do that great work. We do have great products but we still wouldn’t be half our size without pushing the envelope on growth. Nothing makes Facebook as valuable as having your friends on it, and no product decisions have gotten as many friends on as the ones made in growth. Not photo tagging. Not news feed. Not messenger. Nothing.

    In almost all of our work, we have to answer hard questions about what we believe. We have to justify the metrics and make sure they aren’t losing out on a bigger picture. But connecting people. That’s our imperative. Because that’s what we do. We connect people.

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  98. @Coag
    Well, being homeless is a lot greener than being in a home.

    The AC- and lawn sprinkler- guzzling mansions of leftist elites should always be opened up to the people they pretend the care about—the green homeless, the model minority Somali tribesmen, and the incarcerated black males yearning for sweet freedom.

    You’re probably thinking in terms of energy consumption, which is a weak attack because energy can be made green or mitigated. Meanwhile homelessness is pollution. Nobody loves plastic more. Their waste disposal option is to put everything directly into the soil and water table.

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  99. @Twinkie
    Yes, but if he did that, he might not be able to use the catchy “Asian... Roundeye junkies” bit.

    Don’t you know, the point is to make whites believe that they are uniquely under attack from everyone?

    So the highly educated non-criminal East Asians who come here and work unapologetically to end the Constitution, who oppose free speech and gun rights in every poll and vore for more welfare systems, are they helping us?

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    So the highly educated non-criminal East Asians who come here and work unapologetically to end the Constitution, who oppose free speech and gun rights in every poll and vore for more welfare systems, are they helping us?
     
    You stop at "highly educated non-criminal East Asian" and reverse the rest and you have me pegged.
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  100. @EricCh
    Any reasonable homeowners will do the same thing, Sailer constantly railing on about NE asians (Chinese in particular) seem petty to me. Let see how he react if they build a rehab center next to his house, how his roundeyeness make him more accepting to junkies and hobo.

    He’s not disagreeing with the Irvine activists, he is noting the media double standard that lets nonwhites demand local law and order, but would portray the same behavior by whites as racist and in a scolding tone.

    That’s not my observation down here, where the media coverage of white NIMBYs isn’t really negative. But our main newspaper is owned by a Trump loving billionaire developer last time I checked. And even our biggest alt weekly is owned by a republican.

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  101. OT____via UK Daily Mail ____ https://tinyurl.com/y8w5d6jg

    Burned-out shell of a home in Silicon Valley hits the market for an astounding $800,000

    The asking price for the home, which sits on a 5,800-square-foot lot, is $799,000
    Real estate agent Holly Barr says the price is based on local housing prices
    Social media commenters wrote about how they were indignant at how expensive Silicon Valley has become
    Barr says the house can be remodeled which is less expensive than tearing the structure down
    Experts say demand for the homes in Willow Glen has increased ever since Google announced it will be building a new campus in downtown San Jose

    According to a recent report released by Zillow, a typical homeowner in San Jose gains $99.81 of equity on their home every working-hour with homes valued at approximately $1.078million.

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  102. @Anonymous
    Uh, what exactly was the point of this article except Steve taking shots at successful asians in Orange County who don't want to live around the homeless? You could easily say the same thing about white people in Carlsbad. Just reeks of schedenfreud.

    Rich people don't want to live around druggie homeless people. What's so hard to believe about that?

    Oh, and just because there are white homeless people doesn't mean they were imported from the opioid belt. Stop with the white victimization angle. OC has very high real estate costs just like San Francisco and wouldn't you know they too have a homeless problem. No conspiracy theory needed.

    Maybe all the white homeless people you see are just white people who majored in liberal arts and they were outcompeted by asians who picked a better career.

    Apparently, Asians stolen all the common sense, family values, perseverance from white people, make them self-destruct. Steveie Sailer sound just like a run of the mill African-Americans study professor to me.

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    Really? You have Sailer demanding money from Asians for being Asian? You have him demanding that Asians interrogate their Asianness? I would love to see that. It's great that you're trying to reiterate this two year old left-wing joke about right wing safe spaces, but the line here regarding this sort of neighborhood or Israel has consistently been, "hey, it's great that they can control who comes into their place. Sure would be nice if we could do that too."
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  103. @The Z Blog
    The idea of building junkie island is not far fetched. I've long argued that we should bring back penal colonies. Jails in Baltimore are just the timeout area for local criminals. They get to talk to friends and family, many of whom work in the prison. They communicate with their gang by mobile phone. Putting career criminals on a island, cut off from the rest of society entirely would solve some serious problems in the black underclass. It's a Peter Frost solution, if you get my drift.

    Maybe putting junkies in isolated camps is a good idea too. I bet we could find a company willing to build and operate a facility in a remote region, where they provide bunk houses, three meals and medical care. The junkies basically live a drug free life with no chance to escape and no way to communicate to the outside world to get drugs. Perhaps give this monopoly to an Indian tribe.

    Perhaps give this monopoly to an Indian tribe.

    If that was a joke, it is hilarious. If not, I think the recidivism rate at a detox facility run by an Indian tribe would be close to 100%.

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  104. @Anonymous
    So a bunch of immigrants are complaining about immigrants in Irvine. Why am I somehow not all that upset? I believe that moving homeless black and white junkies to tent cities in Irvine (Asian population: 45% now vs 8% in 1980) is merely part of Barack Obama's Affirmatively Furthering Fair [and Affordable] Housing initiative.

    Anonymous, glad you brought up Obama’s and Holder’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair and Affordable Housing. The Buffalo News has a running front page expose’ about the City of Buffalo rehabbing derelict houses. Ten rehabs cost a total of $4.3 million dollars but none of the rehabs, including one that cost $530K to rehab, sold for more than $110 K. An obscene waste of tax payer money in an attempt to provide home ownership to under qualified or unqualified low income Buffalonians. In WNY $530K buys you a custom built 3000 sq ft home in the suburbs.

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  105. @Twinkie
    Yes, but if he did that, he might not be able to use the catchy “Asian... Roundeye junkies” bit.

    Don’t you know, the point is to make whites believe that they are uniquely under attack from everyone?

    Don’t you know, the point is to make whites believe that they are uniquely under attack from everyone?

    Yes, Steve is trying to make whites believe what is true. This is a good thing.

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    Yes, Steve is trying to make whites believe what is true.
     
    In other words, these "nimby Asians" are apoplectic over whites living in their midst. It has nothing to do with the said people being indigents.

    Would these "nimby Asians" be more sympathetic and welcoming if these homeless people were Asian, do you think?

    Or put another way, how sympathetic are YOU to having a bunch of white homeless people in YOUR neighborhood?

    There are good reasons for not wanting more immigration from Asia, but, really, this isn't it. This is grasping at straws to create a narrative.
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  106. @Lot
    Pretty amusing that he could be the front runner right now if he had just stuck to his old tea party positioning and not come out explicitly as a MacDonaldist Jew-hater in December 2017. One year of keeping his mouth shut and he'd be in Congress. Now he isn't even on Twitter!

    Another example of the strong association between anti-semitism, loserdom, poor insight, and mental illness.

    Just a few months after becoming/coming out as an counter-semite, he had another breakdown where he got banned from twitter for posting a crudely racist altered image of future British princess Megan Markle, then got banned from Gab (twitter alternative run by WNs) for outing Ricky Vaughn 2.0 in an intra-loonie dispute on the utility of Nazi cosplay spectacles that saw Nehlan on the more extreme position in opposition to DailyStormer's Andrew Anglin!

    It seems as if Nehlan is going to deprive the young man behind RV2 of ever working again in his chosen industry, and resulted in his own parents being hounded by reporters until they issued a statement condemning his views. Nehlan knew this would happen and just didn't care.

    And RV2 was really only a marginal WN if at all, and more a standard paleocon who was good at memes. The "look a Nazi!" MSM attacks on RV2 were all based on tweets several years old despite the fact he had probably more than 1000 tweets in the prior 12 months.

    That “crudely racist altered image of future British princess Megan Markle” was Cheddar Man, who lived about 11,000 years ago, as envisaged by some media-friendly academic, who got all the GoodWhites in a twitter by suggesting the earliest Brits (mostly wiped out by Beaker invaders in subsequent millennia) were dark rather than pale.

    https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/feb/07/first-modern-britons-dark-black-skin-cheddar-man-dna-analysis-reveals

    Are you suggesting that Cheddar Man is in some way too black? What kind of racism is that? I can’t even…

    (RV was a great read during the election, and I couldn’t believe how productive he was right up til recently, though I disagreed with his recent tactic of ‘bullyciding’ some people to his right (which may have rebounded). But his output was prolific, inventive, funny, sometimes even thoughtful, all leavened by a bit of dross, nay, trash here and there. He was perhaps the greatest and most decorated general in the 2016 Meme Wars – obviously a very well-read and bright guy. May he live long and prosper in his future life, and may his doxxer lie uneasy.)

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  107. @Citizen of a Silly Country
    OT: Really cool tweet storm about student loan debt with some iStevey material. Sorry, I can't figure out how to cut and paste some of the charts but one of them shows that cumlative student loan default rate for blacks (taking loans in 2003-2004) is projected to reach 70% (it's 50% now) after 20 years, up from a little less than 50% for blacks taking loans in '95-'96 after 20 years.

    Whites taking loans in '03-'04 are expected to reach a cumlative default rate of ~30%.

    What's also interesting is that even among blacks who got a BA degree in 2004, 20% defaulted on their loans compared to 4% for whites, 8.6% for Hispanics and 1.4% for the ever-reliable Asians. Hmm, where have I seen that order before. (This was in the Brookings study, not the tweets.)

    Also, student loan debt has because by far the govt's large asset holding. Of course, that asset might not be worth too much if people keep defaulting.

    Anyway, a lot of good charts showing what a clusterf$%# student loans have become.

    https://twitter.com/AustenAllred/status/981734178415837184

    Btw, don't know the guy or the his company, but he seems to have a school where he trains people in computers for free and then takes a % of income down the road, which, of course, is why he's railing against student loans. No idea if he, his company or his concept is legit, but the charts are.

    Citizen Black loan default is reparations.

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  108. DO IRVINE FIRST>>>> ___ This is the “tiny house” movement but for the homeless. An artists’s rendering shows this.
    __________________________

    Los Angeles County wants to help build guest houses in people’s back yards … for the homeless
    Los Angeles Times ^ | April 11, 2018 | Gale Holland

    “Not in my backyard” protests helped block homeless housing in Temple City, delayed it in Boyle Heights and, last month, killed Orange County’s plan to relocate homeless people to shelters.

    Now, Los Angeles officials want to turn NIMBYism on its head — by paying property owners to put houses for homeless people in their backyards.

    In August, the county Board of Supervisors approved a $550,000 pilot program to build a handful of small backyard houses, or upgrade illegally converted garages, for homeowners who agree to host a homeless person or family. Then in February, Bloomberg Philanthropies awarded L.A. a $100,000 Mayor’s Challenge grant to study the feasibility of backyard homeless units within the city limits.

    Rents under the county’s pilot program would be covered by low-income vouchers, with tenants contributing 30% of their incomes. The county is also sponsoring a design competition, streamlining permits and providing technical aid and financing options. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-homeless-tiny-house-20180411-story.html

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    How do you get yourself declared homeless? With all the relatives from Back East living in my house the last couple of years, I had to give up my home office. If I could get myself declared officially homeless, then the government could build me a tiny house in my backyard, which would be great.
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  109. A daily visit to the LA Times, Sacramento Bee and San Francisco Chronicle on line sites will introduce you to daily commentary about the homeless in California. San Fran throws $304 million dollars a year ( not a misprint) at their homeless problem and still the city reeks like a Port-a-potty on an August day with streets and sidewalks needing to be steam cleaned and hundreds of discarded hypo needles littering the streets. Bike theft and car break ins are at record numbers as are assaults and harassment on the BART. The liberal governance of California allowed this boil to fester and hopefully the voters will vote their wrath. Oh wait, you need an opposition party.

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    Joe,
    For more entertainment you need to check out the newspapers behind the Orange Curtain.

    https://www.ocregister.com/2018/04/06/with-california-taxpayers-facing-a-1-trillion-unfunded-pension-liability-lawmakers-focus-on-foam-and-plastic-straws/
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  110. @EricCh
    Any reasonable homeowners will do the same thing, Sailer constantly railing on about NE asians (Chinese in particular) seem petty to me. Let see how he react if they build a rehab center next to his house, how his roundeyeness make him more accepting to junkies and hobo.

    You’re misunderstanding Steve’s point.

    Everyone hates having homeless people and criminals in the neighborhood for exactly the reasons stated by the California Asians.

    But, in the current cultural moment, people are not supposed to state the obvious. They are supposed to pretend that they care deeply about the poor unfortunates but that other, more important considerations (the environment is always a good one) require that the schizoid junkies go away.

    It’s sometimes observed that Asian-Americans have all of the academic hard skills necessary for middle-class success but lack the cultural soft skills necessary to make it to the top.

    This is an example.

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  111. @PiltdownMan

    But Asians making 250k don’t really grasp the subtleties of how you are supposed to talk to reporters in the current year.
     
    They don't need no steenkin' subtleties. In any case, they're probably immune from direct criticism from the oppressor whitey power structure, because they are oppressed minorities themselves being Asian, albeit making 250k a year.

    Race politics, PC, who-whom struggles and all the rest have been predictable until now, because it has been framed by academic left intellectuals as white people oppressing everyone who is not not white, i.e. Whitey versus African-Americans, Latinos, Asians, Native Americans, and so on.

    It gets a lot more interesting as economically well-off and socially coherent groups such as Chinese immigrants turn on other groups, whether round eyes, inner city blacks or Latinos. Do whites refrain from criticism and stand by, while one Minority Group of Color outmaneuvers and oppresses another? Or do we speak up, only to be roundly chastised for our racist moral criticism of the oppressor minority group?

    Even if we shut the doors tomorrow, there is enough of a critical mass of several distinct non-white groups already here that the dynamics of race shaming could get complicated quite quickly.

    Piltdown: No sense “getting involved” just to make a futile point. It’s time to heighten the contradictions. The puffed-up black underclass and the Asian wannabe-overclass *hate* each other; let them *have* each other.

    The situation here seems to pit Asians against whites; but what if it involved Asians and blacks? How long before some tactless tiger mom said something that unleashed a firestorm?

    Patriots have just one job right now: closing the borders. Do that, and then all the fringers can turn on each other—and it’s only a matter of time before they do, as you note.

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  112. @EricCh
    Apparently, Asians stolen all the common sense, family values, perseverance from white people, make them self-destruct. Steveie Sailer sound just like a run of the mill African-Americans study professor to me.

    Really? You have Sailer demanding money from Asians for being Asian? You have him demanding that Asians interrogate their Asianness? I would love to see that. It’s great that you’re trying to reiterate this two year old left-wing joke about right wing safe spaces, but the line here regarding this sort of neighborhood or Israel has consistently been, “hey, it’s great that they can control who comes into their place. Sure would be nice if we could do that too.”

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  113. Homeless in the news? There must be a Republican in the White House again.

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  114. @Clyde
    DO IRVINE FIRST>>>> ___ This is the "tiny house" movement but for the homeless. An artists's rendering shows this.
    __________________________

    Los Angeles County wants to help build guest houses in people's back yards ... for the homeless
    Los Angeles Times ^ | April 11, 2018 | Gale Holland

    "Not in my backyard" protests helped block homeless housing in Temple City, delayed it in Boyle Heights and, last month, killed Orange County's plan to relocate homeless people to shelters.

    Now, Los Angeles officials want to turn NIMBYism on its head — by paying property owners to put houses for homeless people in their backyards.

    In August, the county Board of Supervisors approved a $550,000 pilot program to build a handful of small backyard houses, or upgrade illegally converted garages, for homeowners who agree to host a homeless person or family. Then in February, Bloomberg Philanthropies awarded L.A. a $100,000 Mayor's Challenge grant to study the feasibility of backyard homeless units within the city limits.

    Rents under the county's pilot program would be covered by low-income vouchers, with tenants contributing 30% of their incomes. The county is also sponsoring a design competition, streamlining permits and providing technical aid and financing options. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-homeless-tiny-house-20180411-story.html

    How do you get yourself declared homeless? With all the relatives from Back East living in my house the last couple of years, I had to give up my home office. If I could get myself declared officially homeless, then the government could build me a tiny house in my backyard, which would be great.

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    Great thinking! Seriously, if LA really extends this you might get a free tiny guest house in your backyard, plus LA will pay for your relative's permanent LA residence. My advice is visualize Kato Kaelin for 15min each night before you go to sleep.
    , @JimB
    Technically, nobody is homeless. Woodie Guthrie tells us so.

    “This land is your land, this land is my land
    From California to the New York Island
    From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters
    This land was made for you and me.
    As I was walking that ribbon of highway
    I saw above me that endless skyway
    I saw below me that golden valley
    This land was made for you and me.
    I roamed and I rambled and I followed my footsteps
    To the sparkling sands of her diamond deserts
    While all around me a voice was sounding
    This land was made for you and me.
    When the sun came shining, and I was strolling
    And the wheat fields waving and the dust clouds rolling
    A voice was chanting, As the fog was lifting,
    This land was made for you and me.
    This land is your land, this land is my land
    From California to the New York Island
    From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters
    This land was made for you and me.”

    So come on, Mr Chinaman. Share the land.
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  115. Other than this website where’s the proof that the majority of the homeless in Irvine are whites from KY, etc.?

    Do you feel the need ever to prove anything, or is that up to your commenters?

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    First of all, Irvine doesn't have a homeless problem in the first place. Your statement emphasizes how clueless you are.

    Second, most are while males.

    https://www.ocregister.com/2017/09/15/who-is-most-likely-to-be-homeless-in-orange-county-census-gives-some-clues/


    If someone sat down to paint a portrait of the typical homeless person in Orange County, what might they draw?

    Based on characteristics that emerge from the recently finished report on the 2017 Point In Time Count & Survey of the Homeless for Orange County, the face of homelessness staring out from our streets most likely looks like this:

    He’s a white male, over the age of 25. He tends to live alone and is defined as “unsheltered” since he sleeps in some area not intended for human habitation — the concrete, a park, the river bed, bus stops, abandoned buildings, a car.

    He would be among the 4,792 homeless people enumerated in a snapshot census undertaken early one morning in January.

    He doesn’t have a child with him because, like most of Orange County’s homeless people, he is a single-adult household. He has a 1 in 10 chance of being a military veteran.

    Like 91 percent of the homeless people willing to answer a question about chronic substance abuse as part of the survey, he will say drugs or alcohol don’t pose a problem for him. But there’s about a 12 percent chance he suffers from mental illness. Again, that’s according to what he is comfortable telling a stranger.

    Jail or prison may not be that far behind in his rear view mirror, since nearly one-third of those surveyed said they had been incarcerated sometime in the past 12 months before the Point In Time count was taken.

    Eight percent of those who answered the survey question about being released from incarceration over the past year said it had been a result of re-sentencing or a downgraded charge under Prop. 47, the reduced penalties initiative approved by California voters in 2014.

    The 59-page document was produced by data analytics consultant Focus Strategies and represents a one-night sampling of homelessness in Orange County, where the federally mandated Point In Time count is conducted every other year.
     

    I live here in OC for many years, less than a mile from Civic Center Santa Ana. The majority of these people are definitely not from here. Most are tweakers (meth addicts), hypes (heroin addicts), parolees, veterans and the mentally ill. All you need to do is go down there and see for your own eyes for all the proof you need.

    As sort of an anomaly, I was accosted/aggressively panhandled by a deranged black man yesterday in front of the Ronald Reagan federal courthouse in downtown Santa Ana, so there are definitely some schvartes out there.

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  116. @Malcolm X-Lax
    I'm frequently in Irvine and what strikes me is the relatively low number of homeless people I saw compared to the number I see where I live a few miles up the 405 in Huntington Beach. Perhaps they're hiding in pockets but as a general matter they're relatively invisible to my eyes. Nest time I'm at Seafood City, I'll ask random Asians how they feel about me moving into their backyard.

    It’s speculated the Irvine cops give them a one-way ride out of town. I saw a recent post on one of my (until recently way too tolerant of the homeless) OC city Facebook pages where a woman reported she saw an Irvine cop car let a homeless guy off in our city. She didn’t get video or a photo, though. I wouldn’t put it past them. I’m sure the nicer OC towns were transporting a ton of people to the Santa Ana riverbed until it became a hot political topic and they cleaned the area up. I had a chuckle when Irvine was chosen as a place to house them. As far as I’m concerned it’s Irvine’s turn to enjoy the vibrancy they bring to the area.

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  117. @Obsessive Contrarian
    Other than this website where's the proof that the majority of the homeless in Irvine are whites from KY, etc.?

    Do you feel the need ever to prove anything, or is that up to your commenters?

    First of all, Irvine doesn’t have a homeless problem in the first place. Your statement emphasizes how clueless you are.

    Second, most are while males.

    https://www.ocregister.com/2017/09/15/who-is-most-likely-to-be-homeless-in-orange-county-census-gives-some-clues/

    If someone sat down to paint a portrait of the typical homeless person in Orange County, what might they draw?

    Based on characteristics that emerge from the recently finished report on the 2017 Point In Time Count & Survey of the Homeless for Orange County, the face of homelessness staring out from our streets most likely looks like this:

    He’s a white male, over the age of 25. He tends to live alone and is defined as “unsheltered” since he sleeps in some area not intended for human habitation — the concrete, a park, the river bed, bus stops, abandoned buildings, a car.

    He would be among the 4,792 homeless people enumerated in a snapshot census undertaken early one morning in January.

    He doesn’t have a child with him because, like most of Orange County’s homeless people, he is a single-adult household. He has a 1 in 10 chance of being a military veteran.

    Like 91 percent of the homeless people willing to answer a question about chronic substance abuse as part of the survey, he will say drugs or alcohol don’t pose a problem for him. But there’s about a 12 percent chance he suffers from mental illness. Again, that’s according to what he is comfortable telling a stranger.

    Jail or prison may not be that far behind in his rear view mirror, since nearly one-third of those surveyed said they had been incarcerated sometime in the past 12 months before the Point In Time count was taken.

    Eight percent of those who answered the survey question about being released from incarceration over the past year said it had been a result of re-sentencing or a downgraded charge under Prop. 47, the reduced penalties initiative approved by California voters in 2014.

    The 59-page document was produced by data analytics consultant Focus Strategies and represents a one-night sampling of homelessness in Orange County, where the federally mandated Point In Time count is conducted every other year.

    I live here in OC for many years, less than a mile from Civic Center Santa Ana. The majority of these people are definitely not from here. Most are tweakers (meth addicts), hypes (heroin addicts), parolees, veterans and the mentally ill. All you need to do is go down there and see for your own eyes for all the proof you need.

    As sort of an anomaly, I was accosted/aggressively panhandled by a deranged black man yesterday in front of the Ronald Reagan federal courthouse in downtown Santa Ana, so there are definitely some schvartes out there.

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    "First of all, Irvine doesn’t have a homeless problem in the first place. Your statement emphasizes how clueless you are."

    My my, emotional aren't we?

    Irvine doesn't have a homeless problem, but this whole post is about the homeless problem in Irvine. "t the Los Angeles Times, Asian lady reporter Anh Do has figured out a pretty entertaining schtick: recording Asian NIMBYs in Irvine, CA"

    That's why I mentioned Irvine. If I'm "clueless" you need to learn to read.

    And thanks for the link. But I was asking Steve Sailer to prove his point. Note that I wrote, "Do you feel the need ever to prove anything, or is that up to your commenters?" which you are doing, so you proved my point. Sailer just pontificates and his lapdogs do the heavy lifting.

    Alright, now that we've established via the link you supplied that most are white males w/substance abuse problems (the second characteristic is not surprising). Are they really from outside of California? Is there any proof that they are meth addicts from Kentucky who decided to do a Grapes of Wrath trek to California, 21st century style?
    , @D. K.
    Steve's oft-repeated claim, of late, is that there are an increasing number of homeless in Orange County, and that a significant portion of that increase is caused by drug addicts from the interior of the country coming to Orange County for drug-rehabilitation treatment, and then being expelled from same when their insurance covering such treatment runs out-- a theory of causation for which neither he, you, nor anyone else, here in this forum, has provided a single piece of supporting, let alone confirmatory, evidence, as far as I have seen. The fact that most homeless people, in Orange County or anywhere else in this country, are either substance abusers or mentally ill is hardly a revelation. That does not mean that the former category is characterized by addicts who were lured to Southern California from the American interior by treatment providers, who then loosed them upon the public streets, broke and still addicted, after those providers had collected the maximum available insurance proceeds from their patients (or "clients," in the preferred euphemism of the industry). If you have evidence supporting his thesis, feel welcome to point us to it.
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  118. @Olorin

    the big increase in Orange County homeless is in part due to local drug treatment centers advertising for patients in the White Death Belt. and then kicking them out when their insurance runs out.
     
    The people who engineered this FIRE economy shekelharvest and profited from it have names, addresses, and bank accounts. Also banks and other businesses that undoubtedly moved the money along so its origin could be concealed.

    I will say again that every last penny of Sackler family assets down to the current generation of "musicians" and "artists" and such should be grabbed and spent on fixing the lives, families, and communities that these predators harmed by turning family doctors into pushers and medicine in general into an actuarial-table-based set of profit-turning scams.

    Art Sackler in the Medical Advertising Hall of Fame, remember.

    But I also wonder how much our almond-eyed invaders monetarized and profited from the finance/insurance/real estate/medical industries' unholy alliance. How much of this "invasion" of the homeless is due to Chinese ascendancy in Irvine? How many Chinese doctors ran those drug treatment centers or scored insurance or speculative profits from them? How many of those centers wrote their commercial space rent checks to guys named Chang (etc.)?

    Out east when I was growing up it was widely accepted that Asians and Jews, while hating each other, had similar attitudes/practices in business toward the white working and middle classes.

    “FIRE economy shekelharvest”

    Great! In a nutshell.

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  119. @unit472
    I haven't lived in California for years but getting rid of derelicts wasn't that hard. Sausalito once had them but they simply required 'resident stickers' to park on the street and put wrought iron fencing around any area where derelicts might loiter. There was Smitty's, a neighborhood bar , but it wasn't on Bridgeway , the main drag and all the other liquor licenses were owned by upscale restaurants and hotels so not the kind of place where low/no income people could sit around and drink.

    I was in Sausalito about a year ago and they had a permanent-appearing population of aggressive bums living in a city park.

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  120. Realtor Kaveh Nouraee, a five-year Irvine resident, said it frustrates him that “no one seems to have a long-term solution…. And we don’t even know where they’re from. Are they from California or are we responsible for people out of state?”

    Oh dear. So the foreign interloper is complaining that one state might have to be “responsible” for Americans from another state, in America. But for Kaveh to show up from god knows where, well yeah, that’s just fine. We owe him.

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  121. @petty bourgeois
    First of all, Irvine doesn't have a homeless problem in the first place. Your statement emphasizes how clueless you are.

    Second, most are while males.

    https://www.ocregister.com/2017/09/15/who-is-most-likely-to-be-homeless-in-orange-county-census-gives-some-clues/


    If someone sat down to paint a portrait of the typical homeless person in Orange County, what might they draw?

    Based on characteristics that emerge from the recently finished report on the 2017 Point In Time Count & Survey of the Homeless for Orange County, the face of homelessness staring out from our streets most likely looks like this:

    He’s a white male, over the age of 25. He tends to live alone and is defined as “unsheltered” since he sleeps in some area not intended for human habitation — the concrete, a park, the river bed, bus stops, abandoned buildings, a car.

    He would be among the 4,792 homeless people enumerated in a snapshot census undertaken early one morning in January.

    He doesn’t have a child with him because, like most of Orange County’s homeless people, he is a single-adult household. He has a 1 in 10 chance of being a military veteran.

    Like 91 percent of the homeless people willing to answer a question about chronic substance abuse as part of the survey, he will say drugs or alcohol don’t pose a problem for him. But there’s about a 12 percent chance he suffers from mental illness. Again, that’s according to what he is comfortable telling a stranger.

    Jail or prison may not be that far behind in his rear view mirror, since nearly one-third of those surveyed said they had been incarcerated sometime in the past 12 months before the Point In Time count was taken.

    Eight percent of those who answered the survey question about being released from incarceration over the past year said it had been a result of re-sentencing or a downgraded charge under Prop. 47, the reduced penalties initiative approved by California voters in 2014.

    The 59-page document was produced by data analytics consultant Focus Strategies and represents a one-night sampling of homelessness in Orange County, where the federally mandated Point In Time count is conducted every other year.
     

    I live here in OC for many years, less than a mile from Civic Center Santa Ana. The majority of these people are definitely not from here. Most are tweakers (meth addicts), hypes (heroin addicts), parolees, veterans and the mentally ill. All you need to do is go down there and see for your own eyes for all the proof you need.

    As sort of an anomaly, I was accosted/aggressively panhandled by a deranged black man yesterday in front of the Ronald Reagan federal courthouse in downtown Santa Ana, so there are definitely some schvartes out there.

    “First of all, Irvine doesn’t have a homeless problem in the first place. Your statement emphasizes how clueless you are.”

    My my, emotional aren’t we?

    Irvine doesn’t have a homeless problem, but this whole post is about the homeless problem in Irvine. “t the Los Angeles Times, Asian lady reporter Anh Do has figured out a pretty entertaining schtick: recording Asian NIMBYs in Irvine, CA”

    That’s why I mentioned Irvine. If I’m “clueless” you need to learn to read.

    And thanks for the link. But I was asking Steve Sailer to prove his point. Note that I wrote, “Do you feel the need ever to prove anything, or is that up to your commenters?” which you are doing, so you proved my point. Sailer just pontificates and his lapdogs do the heavy lifting.

    Alright, now that we’ve established via the link you supplied that most are white males w/substance abuse problems (the second characteristic is not surprising). Are they really from outside of California? Is there any proof that they are meth addicts from Kentucky who decided to do a Grapes of Wrath trek to California, 21st century style?

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    http://www.unz.com/isteve/is-california-importing-junkies-from-the-midwest/
    , @petit bourgeois
    Anyone with access to the internet could look it up for themselves instead of making incessant demands for proof that aren't very helpful to solving the problem. I try not to feed the Trolls but I just can't help myself today. Especially since I live right in the middle of this homelessness nightmare. Try visiting the homeless encampments here and lift a finger to do some research before you start demanding proof. Irvine is a very nice place to live and I hope they keep it that way.
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  122. @Steve Sailer
    How do you get yourself declared homeless? With all the relatives from Back East living in my house the last couple of years, I had to give up my home office. If I could get myself declared officially homeless, then the government could build me a tiny house in my backyard, which would be great.

    Great thinking! Seriously, if LA really extends this you might get a free tiny guest house in your backyard, plus LA will pay for your relative’s permanent LA residence. My advice is visualize Kato Kaelin for 15min each night before you go to sleep.

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  123. @unit472
    I haven't lived in California for years but getting rid of derelicts wasn't that hard. Sausalito once had them but they simply required 'resident stickers' to park on the street and put wrought iron fencing around any area where derelicts might loiter. There was Smitty's, a neighborhood bar , but it wasn't on Bridgeway , the main drag and all the other liquor licenses were owned by upscale restaurants and hotels so not the kind of place where low/no income people could sit around and drink.

    For the last 3-4 months, the SF shopping center where I buy groceries has had two of those Rasta-type white gyppos panhandling, one at each entrance. About two weeks ago I e-mailed the grocery chain and said that if they’re not removed, I might just have to switch to Safeway a few blocks away. I received an immediate phone call from corporate, and the panhandlers haven’t been back since.

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  124. @Steve Sailer
    How do you get yourself declared homeless? With all the relatives from Back East living in my house the last couple of years, I had to give up my home office. If I could get myself declared officially homeless, then the government could build me a tiny house in my backyard, which would be great.

    Technically, nobody is homeless. Woodie Guthrie tells us so.

    “This land is your land, this land is my land
    From California to the New York Island
    From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters
    This land was made for you and me.
    As I was walking that ribbon of highway
    I saw above me that endless skyway
    I saw below me that golden valley
    This land was made for you and me.
    I roamed and I rambled and I followed my footsteps
    To the sparkling sands of her diamond deserts
    While all around me a voice was sounding
    This land was made for you and me.
    When the sun came shining, and I was strolling
    And the wheat fields waving and the dust clouds rolling
    A voice was chanting, As the fog was lifting,
    This land was made for you and me.
    This land is your land, this land is my land
    From California to the New York Island
    From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters
    This land was made for you and me.”

    So come on, Mr Chinaman. Share the land.

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    I've heard there's a more explicitly Marxist verse that includes a line about a no trespassing sign.
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  125. @Buffalo Joe
    A daily visit to the LA Times, Sacramento Bee and San Francisco Chronicle on line sites will introduce you to daily commentary about the homeless in California. San Fran throws $304 million dollars a year ( not a misprint) at their homeless problem and still the city reeks like a Port-a-potty on an August day with streets and sidewalks needing to be steam cleaned and hundreds of discarded hypo needles littering the streets. Bike theft and car break ins are at record numbers as are assaults and harassment on the BART. The liberal governance of California allowed this boil to fester and hopefully the voters will vote their wrath. Oh wait, you need an opposition party.
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    Ivy, strange country our host lives in.
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  126. @petty bourgeois
    First of all, Irvine doesn't have a homeless problem in the first place. Your statement emphasizes how clueless you are.

    Second, most are while males.

    https://www.ocregister.com/2017/09/15/who-is-most-likely-to-be-homeless-in-orange-county-census-gives-some-clues/


    If someone sat down to paint a portrait of the typical homeless person in Orange County, what might they draw?

    Based on characteristics that emerge from the recently finished report on the 2017 Point In Time Count & Survey of the Homeless for Orange County, the face of homelessness staring out from our streets most likely looks like this:

    He’s a white male, over the age of 25. He tends to live alone and is defined as “unsheltered” since he sleeps in some area not intended for human habitation — the concrete, a park, the river bed, bus stops, abandoned buildings, a car.

    He would be among the 4,792 homeless people enumerated in a snapshot census undertaken early one morning in January.

    He doesn’t have a child with him because, like most of Orange County’s homeless people, he is a single-adult household. He has a 1 in 10 chance of being a military veteran.

    Like 91 percent of the homeless people willing to answer a question about chronic substance abuse as part of the survey, he will say drugs or alcohol don’t pose a problem for him. But there’s about a 12 percent chance he suffers from mental illness. Again, that’s according to what he is comfortable telling a stranger.

    Jail or prison may not be that far behind in his rear view mirror, since nearly one-third of those surveyed said they had been incarcerated sometime in the past 12 months before the Point In Time count was taken.

    Eight percent of those who answered the survey question about being released from incarceration over the past year said it had been a result of re-sentencing or a downgraded charge under Prop. 47, the reduced penalties initiative approved by California voters in 2014.

    The 59-page document was produced by data analytics consultant Focus Strategies and represents a one-night sampling of homelessness in Orange County, where the federally mandated Point In Time count is conducted every other year.
     

    I live here in OC for many years, less than a mile from Civic Center Santa Ana. The majority of these people are definitely not from here. Most are tweakers (meth addicts), hypes (heroin addicts), parolees, veterans and the mentally ill. All you need to do is go down there and see for your own eyes for all the proof you need.

    As sort of an anomaly, I was accosted/aggressively panhandled by a deranged black man yesterday in front of the Ronald Reagan federal courthouse in downtown Santa Ana, so there are definitely some schvartes out there.

    Steve’s oft-repeated claim, of late, is that there are an increasing number of homeless in Orange County, and that a significant portion of that increase is caused by drug addicts from the interior of the country coming to Orange County for drug-rehabilitation treatment, and then being expelled from same when their insurance covering such treatment runs out– a theory of causation for which neither he, you, nor anyone else, here in this forum, has provided a single piece of supporting, let alone confirmatory, evidence, as far as I have seen. The fact that most homeless people, in Orange County or anywhere else in this country, are either substance abusers or mentally ill is hardly a revelation. That does not mean that the former category is characterized by addicts who were lured to Southern California from the American interior by treatment providers, who then loosed them upon the public streets, broke and still addicted, after those providers had collected the maximum available insurance proceeds from their patients (or “clients,” in the preferred euphemism of the industry). If you have evidence supporting his thesis, feel welcome to point us to it.

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    Below your comment is a link to another Unz article, which links to this OC Register article:

    https://www.ocregister.com/2017/12/17/are-drug-rehab-centers-fueling-homelessness-in-southern-california/

    It's quite probable that rehab centers attract addicts who then become homeless. But they come from all over the country, according to the article, not just the "white death belt," wherever that is. They come from Heroine- and Methlandia and Troublesville.

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  127. @Obsessive Contrarian
    "First of all, Irvine doesn’t have a homeless problem in the first place. Your statement emphasizes how clueless you are."

    My my, emotional aren't we?

    Irvine doesn't have a homeless problem, but this whole post is about the homeless problem in Irvine. "t the Los Angeles Times, Asian lady reporter Anh Do has figured out a pretty entertaining schtick: recording Asian NIMBYs in Irvine, CA"

    That's why I mentioned Irvine. If I'm "clueless" you need to learn to read.

    And thanks for the link. But I was asking Steve Sailer to prove his point. Note that I wrote, "Do you feel the need ever to prove anything, or is that up to your commenters?" which you are doing, so you proved my point. Sailer just pontificates and his lapdogs do the heavy lifting.

    Alright, now that we've established via the link you supplied that most are white males w/substance abuse problems (the second characteristic is not surprising). Are they really from outside of California? Is there any proof that they are meth addicts from Kentucky who decided to do a Grapes of Wrath trek to California, 21st century style?
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    From the linked article, at the bottom of that post:

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    The lack of data has left officials guessing about if and how the rehab industry has changed or expanded the local homeless population.

    The number of people identified as both homeless and recent rehab patients is relatively low, perhaps 100. That would be a small fraction of the total number of homeless people in Orange County, which last year was pegged at 4,792. But it could account for a more considerable share of the newly homeless, which the county says is 340 people.

    ***

    The subset of those "perhaps 100" who also were out-of-state residents who had come to Southern California for the very purpose of entering a drug-rehabilitation program-- let alone were lured there with the unconscionable intention on the part of those clinics of exhausting their patients' / clients' insurance and then dumping them, broke and still addicted, on the public streets of Orange County-- would be an even smaller minority of the newly homeless, let alone of the total homeless population, in Orange County.
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  128. The point is that Asians are conservative when it comes to their own neighborhoods, but vote for leftist candidates nonetheless. I hope their neighborhoods get overrun by zombie hordes until they start voting in the interest of the country, not just their selfish little ethnic enclaves.

    NE Asians generally lack an altruistic impulse. That’s why places like China rank among the lowest in the world when it comes to human rights. So since an appeal to higher virtue will fall on deaf ears, these unassimilated immigrants must be made to feel the pain before they will start voting for pro-Constitution candidates. Every single pro muh Asian comment in this thread only reinforces this point. Asians are racist, put themselves before the country, so why are we letting them in? We have enough smart white people. That’s why the top 50 universities in the world are European. They are just following us. We have all the genetic stock we need to do whatever we want and need to do. BYE self-interested nepotistic jerks

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    NE Asians generally lack an altruistic impulse.
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWW4xzlrOWQ
    , @Stan Adams

    Every single pro muh Asian comment in this thread only reinforces this point.
     
    There is a split on iSteve (and elsewhere) between the "white supremacists" (a loaded term, to be sure) and the high-IQ fetishists. The former yearn for an explicitly white/(Northern) European America, while the latter advocate for the immigration of as many high-IQ (East) Asians as the country can absorb.

    There are white commenters on here who seem as eager to import a new Oriental overclass as they are to export the existing (and burgeoning) black and Hispanic underclass. (Few seem to welcome the prospect of allowing more subcontinentals to enter the country.)

    Some in the high-IQ-fetishist camp are white guys with yellow fever who boast of the "dual superiority" of their mixed-race children. (For their sake, I'll refrain from making any references to Elliot Rodger.)

    Likewise, there are multiple splits in the pro-white crowd. Some believe that "American" is synonymous with "British" and that such groups as the Irish, the Germans, and the Scandinavians should be forcibly expelled.

    Given the degree of mixing among the various white nationalities, I fail to see how this could be accomplished equitably. If someone's ethnic background is, say, half-German and half-Irish, to where does he go back? Do we divide him at the waist? If so, which country gets which body parts? If someone is, say, half-English and half-Norwegian, do we chop him in half, ship his lower body to Oslo, and allow his mutilated torso to stay in Duluth?

    (Under this policy, I, personally, would be divided into no fewer than three pieces. I cannot, in good faith, advocate for my own dismemberment.)

    Others define "suitably American" as "Northern and/or Western European." Some advocate for a return to pre-1965 demographics. Still others pine for "pan-white" unity.

    There is, of course, some uncertainty as to the boundaries of "white." Are Italians white enough to live in an explicitly white America? How about Jews? (The high-IQ fetishists tend to be more accepting of the latter.)

    And then there are the civic nationalists who believe in a country built on Anglo-Saxon *values* such as those expressed in the Constitution, but not necessarily populated solely by those of Anglo-Saxon genetic stock.

    Nearly everyone here seems to agree that the lower the NAM share of the population, the better.

    At any rate, I tend to believe that Anglo-Saxon values such as freedom of speech are worth preserving. I wouldn't want to live in a country based on Chinese values.
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  129. You could actually do a Google search to find data on the correlation instead of being a troll. Your comments are not very helpful to finding a solution to the problem.

    https://www.ocregister.com/2017/12/17/are-drug-rehab-centers-fueling-homelessness-in-southern-california/

    While rehabilitation centers are fueling the homeless population, not all of these drug addicts are from California. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that our nice weather here attracts all sorts of people from the interior of the country.

    They have a saying in the academy. Common Sense isn’t so common.

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  130. @Steve Sailer
    http://www.unz.com/isteve/is-california-importing-junkies-from-the-midwest/

    From the linked article, at the bottom of that post:

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    The lack of data has left officials guessing about if and how the rehab industry has changed or expanded the local homeless population.

    The number of people identified as both homeless and recent rehab patients is relatively low, perhaps 100. That would be a small fraction of the total number of homeless people in Orange County, which last year was pegged at 4,792. But it could account for a more considerable share of the newly homeless, which the county says is 340 people.

    ***

    The subset of those “perhaps 100″ who also were out-of-state residents who had come to Southern California for the very purpose of entering a drug-rehabilitation program– let alone were lured there with the unconscionable intention on the part of those clinics of exhausting their patients’ / clients’ insurance and then dumping them, broke and still addicted, on the public streets of Orange County– would be an even smaller minority of the newly homeless, let alone of the total homeless population, in Orange County.

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    You really don't know what you're talking about. Most people who live in California, homeless or not, are not from here. Moreover, Mr. Sailer is putting forth the hypothesis, nothing more that demands of burden of proof. It's merely a question, not a syllogism.
    , @Obsessive Contrarian
    The Sailer cult has a lot of questionable beliefs, all gift-wrapped in paper that says, "Notice Things" (really "Notice Me" but never mind).

    One, that there is a White Death going on which is a direct result of anti-white racism, promoted by (((activists))) with an anti-gentile agenda.

    (There is clearly a White Death going on, but it's a product of Big Liberal Capitalism. Another subject entirely.)

    That the homeless population in SoCal is a byproduct of the White Death in places like Kentucky (his words, not mine.)

    Maybe, maybe not. A few strays from Arkansas and Kentucky don't a social trend make. I think that most of the bums are no hope whites who have become addicted as a result of their low IQs. There are plenty of those around. They no longer have church and family to depend on, and they end up on the streets. This is not strictly speaking the White Death.

    But it makes for good shitposting, so who cares?

    PS I am NOT saying that there isn't a homeless problem in Irvine. And it doesn't take many to ruin a neighborhood. All it takes is a few. I am taking issue with the "They're all from Kentucky and got bussed here to go to rehab".

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  131. @anon
    This is the kind of lovely stuff that goes on in homeless camps:

    https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/crime/man-charged-with-raping-girl-in-seattle-homeless-camp/

    https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/crime/2nd-man-charged-with-raping-girl-in-seattle-homeless-camp/

    Why would anyone want to invite this kind of trash to their neighborhood?

    Hopefully this will wake up the Californian voters. This is what they get for voting Democrat.

    Hopefully this will wake up the Californian voters.

    555-COME-ON-NOW

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  132. @D. K.
    Steve's oft-repeated claim, of late, is that there are an increasing number of homeless in Orange County, and that a significant portion of that increase is caused by drug addicts from the interior of the country coming to Orange County for drug-rehabilitation treatment, and then being expelled from same when their insurance covering such treatment runs out-- a theory of causation for which neither he, you, nor anyone else, here in this forum, has provided a single piece of supporting, let alone confirmatory, evidence, as far as I have seen. The fact that most homeless people, in Orange County or anywhere else in this country, are either substance abusers or mentally ill is hardly a revelation. That does not mean that the former category is characterized by addicts who were lured to Southern California from the American interior by treatment providers, who then loosed them upon the public streets, broke and still addicted, after those providers had collected the maximum available insurance proceeds from their patients (or "clients," in the preferred euphemism of the industry). If you have evidence supporting his thesis, feel welcome to point us to it.

    Below your comment is a link to another Unz article, which links to this OC Register article:

    https://www.ocregister.com/2017/12/17/are-drug-rehab-centers-fueling-homelessness-in-southern-california/

    It’s quite probable that rehab centers attract addicts who then become homeless. But they come from all over the country, according to the article, not just the “white death belt,” wherever that is. They come from Heroine- and Methlandia and Troublesville.

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  133. @Obsessive Contrarian
    "First of all, Irvine doesn’t have a homeless problem in the first place. Your statement emphasizes how clueless you are."

    My my, emotional aren't we?

    Irvine doesn't have a homeless problem, but this whole post is about the homeless problem in Irvine. "t the Los Angeles Times, Asian lady reporter Anh Do has figured out a pretty entertaining schtick: recording Asian NIMBYs in Irvine, CA"

    That's why I mentioned Irvine. If I'm "clueless" you need to learn to read.

    And thanks for the link. But I was asking Steve Sailer to prove his point. Note that I wrote, "Do you feel the need ever to prove anything, or is that up to your commenters?" which you are doing, so you proved my point. Sailer just pontificates and his lapdogs do the heavy lifting.

    Alright, now that we've established via the link you supplied that most are white males w/substance abuse problems (the second characteristic is not surprising). Are they really from outside of California? Is there any proof that they are meth addicts from Kentucky who decided to do a Grapes of Wrath trek to California, 21st century style?

    Anyone with access to the internet could look it up for themselves instead of making incessant demands for proof that aren’t very helpful to solving the problem. I try not to feed the Trolls but I just can’t help myself today. Especially since I live right in the middle of this homelessness nightmare. Try visiting the homeless encampments here and lift a finger to do some research before you start demanding proof. Irvine is a very nice place to live and I hope they keep it that way.

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    Incessant demands for proof? Just once is incessant? Typical alt-right creep, oversensitive, no boundaries....

    Look.

    When a cop shoots a black guy in the back, Steve Sailer is the first to say that anecdotal data isn't significant in a country of 325 million - and I agree with him. Sort of.

    So it is with this. I'd like to see more and better data on this subject, which seems to set you off, although what doesn't set you off, I dunno.
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  134. @D. K.
    From the linked article, at the bottom of that post:

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    The lack of data has left officials guessing about if and how the rehab industry has changed or expanded the local homeless population.

    The number of people identified as both homeless and recent rehab patients is relatively low, perhaps 100. That would be a small fraction of the total number of homeless people in Orange County, which last year was pegged at 4,792. But it could account for a more considerable share of the newly homeless, which the county says is 340 people.

    ***

    The subset of those "perhaps 100" who also were out-of-state residents who had come to Southern California for the very purpose of entering a drug-rehabilitation program-- let alone were lured there with the unconscionable intention on the part of those clinics of exhausting their patients' / clients' insurance and then dumping them, broke and still addicted, on the public streets of Orange County-- would be an even smaller minority of the newly homeless, let alone of the total homeless population, in Orange County.

    You really don’t know what you’re talking about. Most people who live in California, homeless or not, are not from here. Moreover, Mr. Sailer is putting forth the hypothesis, nothing more that demands of burden of proof. It’s merely a question, not a syllogism.

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    California must be getting homeless people from outside because it is easily the best state in the union to be homeless.
    It's big -- you can move around without leaving the state.
    Weather is nice enough to live outdoors.
    Plenty of local governments are either soft on or unable to enforce anti-vagrant edicts.
    There are clinics, opportunities for low-level work, and a healthy undocumented pharmaceutical situation.
    There is a unique cultural tolerance of wierd-looking and strongly-scented strangers.
    The rich have enough space that the homeless can be invisible in a way that would be impossible on the East Coast.
    I was struck by the homeless during the brief stay I spent in Southern California and definitely had the impression that they were both coming from outside and being bussed in. But I can't prove it.
    , @D. K.
    "You really don’t know what you’re talking about. Most people who live in California, homeless or not, are not from here."

    ***

    Native-born Californians regain majority status

    A USC study finds that immigration has peaked in the state, a longtime melting pot. Border restrictions and the recession are seen as factors.

    April 01, 2010|By Teresa Watanabe and Hector Becerra

    ***

    "For the first time since the 19th century Gold Rush, California-born residents now make up the majority statewide and in most counties, according to a USC study released Wednesday. And experts predict even Los Angeles -- long a mecca for new immigrants -- will become majority California-born by the time the 2010 census is completed."

    ***

    http://articles.latimes.com/2010/apr/01/local/la-me-homegrown1-2010apr01

    You were saying...?

    "Moreover, Mr. Sailer is putting forth the hypothesis, nothing more that demands of burden of proof."

    Was that concluding clause actually supposed to mean something to me, as a former attorney (with a B.A. in English, inter alia), or was it merely the preceding word "hypothesis" that was meant to impress upon me, as a former graduate student in Personality and Social Psychology (M.S.), that I did not know what I was talking about, earlier in this comment thread?

    "It’s merely a question, not a syllogism."

    This [supra] was not a question:

    "But, as far as I can tell, the big increase in Orange County homeless is in part due to local drug treatment centers advertising for patients in the White Death Belt. and then kicking them out when their insurance runs out."

    (Since homelessness in Orange County is reputedly rising, even a single case of a drug addict from "the White Death Belt" being lured to Southern California by a drug rehabilitation provider, and then being dumped on the local streets, after insurance proceeds had been exhausted, would have "in part" caused the increase at issue.)

    This January post was phrased as a question:

    http://www.unz.com/isteve/is-california-importing-junkies-from-the-midwest/

    That question was based on a commenter's pointing Steve to this article:

    https://www.ocregister.com/2017/12/17/are-drug-rehab-centers-fueling-homelessness-in-southern-california/

    Note that the source article itself also was phrased in the form of a question. As shown by the quote from that article that I cited above, the source article does not plausibly serve as confirmation of the hypothesis at issue: that homelessness in Orange County (and beyond) is being driven by its local drug rehabilitation centers' unconscionably luring addicts from "the White Death Belt," far from the Golden State, to Orange County, and then dumping them on the local streets, as soon as the patients' / clients' insurance had been exhausted.

    This lede from April 3 was not in the form of a question:

    "One of the booming industries in Southern California at the moment is providing drug addiction clinics in the sunshine for junkies from the Midwest."

    http://www.unz.com/isteve/chinese-immigrants-slightly-to-the-right-of-qin-shi-huangdi/

    Commenter 'Bragadocious' asked in that post's comment thread:

    "Is it really true that many or most of the white junkies in SoCal are from the Midwest?"

    Steve himself replied:

    "In Orange County they appear to be largely white.

    [Yes, in fact, "most of the white junkies in SoCal" do "appear to be largely white" in Orange County.]

    "The drug treatment industry hauls them in and then kicks them out when their insurance runs out."

    His reply was neither in the form of a question nor plausibly stated as a mere hypothesis.

    Commenter 'res' also replied to 'Bragadocious':

    "I have never seen a good analysis of that question and would be very interested in the answer (anyone?). . . ."

    In reply to that comment, Steve himself simply linked to his January post.

    In reply to Steve, 'res' then graciously and reasonably commented:

    "Thanks. I even commented on that, but neglected to click through to the underlying article. Having just done that, it seems a bit long on anecdote and short on data. At least as far as the out of state aspect goes."

    In other words, 'res' had essentially the same response to that article as I did, when I belatedly read it. The fact that the article itself is headlined with a question rather than with a straightforward claim of causation is a blatant clue that the reporter, Jordan Graham, went out looking for actual proof, or at least incriminating evidence, against the local drug-rehabilitation industry, but he came up well short of his goal.

    For the record, I myself am a former resident of Los Angeles who spent a fair amount of time visiting Orange County, where my nephew and godson was hospitalized for the last several years of his brief life (16+ years). I, he and his mother, unlike Steve and the majority of other Californians, were all from someplace else (i.e., Northwest Indiana-- a.k.a. "The Region").
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  135. @Charles Pewitt
    Asians are arrogantly colonizing European Christian nations, particularly the nations settled and founded by British Protestants. Asians are demanding more nation-wrecking mass immigration so as to increase their numbers and increase their political power. The treasonous ruling classes of European Christian nations are using the mass invasion of Asians as a demographic weapon to attack the European Christian ancestral core of these nations.

    The Asian immigration invasion must be halted. If necessary, revocation of citizenship of Asians and mass deportations of Asians will have to be used to stop the nation-wrecking infestation of Asians in European Christian nations. Some guy said Africa is a big place and he wondered why African infiltrators must be allowed to invade European Christian nations. That guy made a good point. I'll point out that Asia is a big place, too, and the Asians should be quarantined there.

    https://twitter.com/CharlesPewitt/status/606807704879775744

    https://twitter.com/CharlesPewitt/status/543796193336496128

    You do realize that the average Korean living in America is probably more devoutly Christian than the average White American, don’t you? Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Protestant churches everywhere.

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    Don't feed a troll.

    You do realize that the average Korean living in America is probably more devoutly Christian than the average White American, don’t you? Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Protestant churches everywhere.
     
    Koreans in America are around 70-80% Christian and many are quite devout. Indeed, a large fraction of Korean Christians in America are evangelicals who vote largely for the Republican Party.

    On the other hand, Korean immigration is drying up. The fastest growing demographic among Asians in American are Indians and the largest segment is still Chinese. Sadly, both display the lowest rates of assimilation among Asian immigrants, closer to those of Hispanic immigrants than the likes of Filipinos and Koreans.
    , @Charles Pewitt
    I don't care if the Korean infiltrators are Christians. When the time comes, the Koreans will have to be deported back to Korea. The United States is the home of European Whites.

    European Christendom is more about the European than it is about the Christian. We're going back to blood, says the writer who likes to wear White. The most important thing is to keep the Anglo-Celts in the Southern states and the Germans in the Great Lakes states together in a voting bloc and a potential fighting army when Civil War II breaks out.

    Christianity is no longer a fighting faith. Pope Tango and the leaders of the Protestant churches have been pushing nation-wrecking mass immigration at a feverish pitch. If a religion no longer is a fighting faith, then it is a croaking faith. Most young men, and middle age guys and geezers, too, want to fight to defend and protect their people and tribe. Christianity has been de-fanged and de-clawed.

    General George Washington and General Andrew Jackson were Christians, but they were Christian Warriors. Most of the generals currently in the US military who claim to be Christians are really just Mammonites who worship globalization and multiculturalism and the American Empire. The American Empire will prove to be a false god for these treasonous scoundrels.

    The United States will remove and deport its infiltrator populations, and that includes the Korean infiltrators.

    The above won't sound so severe when the upcoming global financial implosion hits.
    , @3g4me
    @131 Hapalong Cassidy: "You do realize that the average Korean living in America is probably more devoutly Christian than the average White American, don’t you? Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Protestant churches everywhere."

    Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Korean churches everywhere. FIFY.

    They may be 'Christians,' but they will always be Korean - if not first and foremost, then at least equally. Religious identity does not alter one's DNA nor one's culture. Their churches, just like those of other Oriental 'Christians,' prominently advertise their ethnicity and rarely conduct services in any language other than their own, regardless of what country they're residing in. They retain all their cultural habits and superstitions (the Chinese in particular with their red doors and car mirror good luck charms). They very much retain their various cultural prejudices. I still recall the 'Christian Korean-American' guy who worked in one of our embassy postings who was very Korean, and desperate for his 2nd child to be a son. He was peeved that we didn't actually care what our first one was, and then furious when we had a boy and his wife had another girl. He also bitterly complained that his wife was a frigid b?$$ch, but I really couldn't say whether his religion or his ethnicity had anything to do with that.
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  136. @J.Ross
    So the highly educated non-criminal East Asians who come here and work unapologetically to end the Constitution, who oppose free speech and gun rights in every poll and vore for more welfare systems, are they helping us?

    So the highly educated non-criminal East Asians who come here and work unapologetically to end the Constitution, who oppose free speech and gun rights in every poll and vore for more welfare systems, are they helping us?

    You stop at “highly educated non-criminal East Asian” and reverse the rest and you have me pegged.

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    There's you and then there's a Chinese woman who is a militant Constitutional defender because she was old enough to remember the generous attentions of the Chinese government before coming here, who appeared in a meme holding her AR, and then there's an awful lot of the other kind. You are rare. Ying Ma, author of the horrifying Chinese Girl In the Ghetto, is a full blown interrogator of whiteness who worked for the Democrats at one point. There is a clear norm.
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  137. @Paul Yarbles

    Don’t you know, the point is to make whites believe that they are uniquely under attack from everyone?
     
    Yes, Steve is trying to make whites believe what is true. This is a good thing.

    Yes, Steve is trying to make whites believe what is true.

    In other words, these “nimby Asians” are apoplectic over whites living in their midst. It has nothing to do with the said people being indigents.

    Would these “nimby Asians” be more sympathetic and welcoming if these homeless people were Asian, do you think?

    Or put another way, how sympathetic are YOU to having a bunch of white homeless people in YOUR neighborhood?

    There are good reasons for not wanting more immigration from Asia, but, really, this isn’t it. This is grasping at straws to create a narrative.

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    This is grasping at straws to create a narrative.

     

    Are these straws clogged with tapioca bubbles, perhaps?
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  138. @grapesoda
    The point is that Asians are conservative when it comes to their own neighborhoods, but vote for leftist candidates nonetheless. I hope their neighborhoods get overrun by zombie hordes until they start voting in the interest of the country, not just their selfish little ethnic enclaves.

    NE Asians generally lack an altruistic impulse. That's why places like China rank among the lowest in the world when it comes to human rights. So since an appeal to higher virtue will fall on deaf ears, these unassimilated immigrants must be made to feel the pain before they will start voting for pro-Constitution candidates. Every single pro muh Asian comment in this thread only reinforces this point. Asians are racist, put themselves before the country, so why are we letting them in? We have enough smart white people. That's why the top 50 universities in the world are European. They are just following us. We have all the genetic stock we need to do whatever we want and need to do. BYE self-interested nepotistic jerks

    NE Asians generally lack an altruistic impulse.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWW4xzlrOWQ

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  139. @Thin-Skinned Masta-Beta
    I'm going to make myself unpopular around here, but I really envy and even sometimes admire the willingness to engage in real talk about social problems that one might hear from immigrant Asians and sometimes even from immigrant Hispanics and immigrant Africans.

    I'm not optimistic about enough of a broad majority of "Christian" and post-Christian bleedy-heart Whites growing a backbone to stand up to the moochers, hooligans and trouble-makers that manage to extort the unlimited support and patience that has enabled dysfunction & chaos to take over our communities since after WWII. If you ask me why we can't have nice things, aside from the obvious direct causes, the primary indirect cause has been the inability of the legacy European-American population steeped in patience, trust, generosity and general good-heartedness to call the moochers & trouble-makers what they are and tell them to go to hell when they continuously emotion extort them for more support and goodies. Even if the bulk of good-whites are hardly "Christian" you better believe they've been molded by perversions of famous Christian lessons like the "Good Samaritan" and it's obvious that they've also internalized the attitude of "turning the other cheek."

    Around here we like to joke that we need foreigners & immigrants to jobs that Americans simply won't do, like reproducing and having babies. Perhaps we can at least look forward to immigrants showing backbone and feeling free to say things that would get White Americans crucified or at the very least excoriated. Anybody else notice that whenever there's some uncomfortable truth to be said, that the only voices that will get legitimate attention for these statements are People of Color? Any White person who suggests anything less than total forgiveness, generosity and indulgence invites judgment as some kind of a Nazi to which any minority is automatically immune. Any White person who has the guts to say what's on the minds of so many is beyond the pale, gets unpersoned, ignored and dismissed as an Alt-Right or Nazi Monster. Yet one more way Whites enjoy less freedom... significantly restricted liberty to engage in public discourse about controversial issues with a severely restricted range of opinions allowed when compared privileged ethnic minorities. I really don't see this particular Overton Window shifting in my lifetime, so if it takes the Asian minorities to stand up for law and order against the real troublemakers in the schools or against the junkie-zombies that are a scourge on our public spaces, I'm glad to have their voices as a proxy for the opinions I'm not free to express.

    I see it as just more double standards, no better than the noble Sikhs and Turks arming themselves against black looters in the UK riots. How wonderful, a tear trickles down my cheek thinking about these “Britons”. Gimme a break.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2024358/UK-RIOTS-2011-Sikhs-defend-temple-locals-protect-pubs-Britons-defy-rioters.html

    Of course, the moment a group of white guys does the same thing they are all literally Hitler or the Klan. So I prefer that the hypocrisy is called out.

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    Yes, when white people came onto the streets in Eltham and Enfield, they were called 'vigilantes' and IIRC actually attacked by the police in Eltham. The Guardian was having conniptions while the Daily Mail was praising the Sikhs with their swords and hockey sticks.
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  140. anon[322] • Disclaimer says:
    @poolside
    A local school district is discussing rezoning -- again -- and one of the plans would require a wealthy neighborhood of Asians and Indians to send its kids to a majority black school.

    On the news, they interviewed one of the parents who was protesting the plan, an Asian mom. She told the reporter "they want to send our kids from a good school to a, uh, not as good school."

    My wife and I cracked up. She started to say "bad school" and then realized how that would be perceived. They learn quickly, these immigrants.

    My wife and I cracked up. She started to say “bad school” and then realized how that would be perceived. They learn quickly, these immigrants.

    They need to learn from the best when it comes to hypocrisy — the uber liberal white mothers in Brooklyn. Everytime there’s rezoning and their kids get rezoned into majority black schools, they’ll protest about how children need to go a school closest to home in case anything goes wrong, like if they get sick. Sounds a lot less racist.

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  141. @Hapalong Cassidy
    You do realize that the average Korean living in America is probably more devoutly Christian than the average White American, don’t you? Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Protestant churches everywhere.

    Don’t feed a troll.

    You do realize that the average Korean living in America is probably more devoutly Christian than the average White American, don’t you? Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Protestant churches everywhere.

    Koreans in America are around 70-80% Christian and many are quite devout. Indeed, a large fraction of Korean Christians in America are evangelicals who vote largely for the Republican Party.

    On the other hand, Korean immigration is drying up. The fastest growing demographic among Asians in American are Indians and the largest segment is still Chinese. Sadly, both display the lowest rates of assimilation among Asian immigrants, closer to those of Hispanic immigrants than the likes of Filipinos and Koreans.

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    On the other hand, Korean immigration is drying up.
     
    Only because North Korea does not let people out.

    If North Korea let people freely leave, about 5M more Koreans would come to America (some from NK, some from SK who want to get away from NK competition for jobs).


    The fastest growing demographic among Asians in American are Indians and the largest segment is still Chinese. Sadly, both display the lowest rates of assimilation among Asian immigrants,
     
    Define 'assimilation'. Becoming Christian might matter, except that American churches are now just pulpits of cuckservative feminism. Rather, economic performance is a more objective measure. Koreans don't stack up to well on this metric. Filipinos and Indians are the top.

    http://assets.pewresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2017/09/08091819/FT_17.09.08_asian_income.png

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  142. @Dave from Oz

    Walmart will sell you a sleeping bag, air mattress and tent for a couple of hundred.

     

    The magnificent irony being that the reason they are so cheap is that they are made in China.

    Walmart will sell you a sleeping bag, air mattress and tent for a couple of hundred.

    The magnificent irony being that the reason they are so cheap is that they are made in China.

    Truly magnificent irony. Love it.

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  143. @Twinkie

    So the highly educated non-criminal East Asians who come here and work unapologetically to end the Constitution, who oppose free speech and gun rights in every poll and vore for more welfare systems, are they helping us?
     
    You stop at "highly educated non-criminal East Asian" and reverse the rest and you have me pegged.

    There’s you and then there’s a Chinese woman who is a militant Constitutional defender because she was old enough to remember the generous attentions of the Chinese government before coming here, who appeared in a meme holding her AR, and then there’s an awful lot of the other kind. You are rare. Ying Ma, author of the horrifying Chinese Girl In the Ghetto, is a full blown interrogator of whiteness who worked for the Democrats at one point. There is a clear norm.

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    You are rare.
     
    I am, but not in the way you think.

    There is a clear norm.
     
    No, there is selection bias. Squeaky wheel gets the oil and all that.

    Normal, "traditional" Asian-Americans aren't exactly out SJWing and writing articles in the NYT. They are busy working jobs and running businesses. You are not going to hear about them in the MSM and certainly not on this blog (but you will hear about some obscure Asian bimbo spouting SJW nonsense for sure).

    Furthermore, there are wide divergences in religion, English acquisition, history of military service, voting patterns, gun ownership, and the overall rates of assimilation among various ethnicities that are grouped under the umbrella of "Asian." Indians and Koreans, for example, exhibit very different socio-cultural traits in the U.S. that also manifest respectively in their history of political affiliation.

    Why don't you start here if you are interested in actual numbers? https://www.manhattan-institute.org/pdf/cr_76.pdf

    For a very quick summary, look at figure 9, page 10.
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  144. anon[322] • Disclaimer says:
    @Almost Missouri
    I can't find the post now, but as I recall, her video was about Asians being too loud at the library.

    Also, she was a bikini model, which is totally unconnected to the fact that I happen to recall this story.

    I can’t find the post now, but as I recall, her video was about Asians being too loud at the library.

    That’s what I remembered as well. She also complained about how the Korean moms always came by their kids’ dorms to pick up their laundry, and brought them home cooked meals like Kimchee. It was hilarious.

    Also, she was a bikini model, which is totally unconnected to the fact that I happen to recall this story.

    Not sure about this. I seemed to recall her being quite chubby, and blonde.

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  145. @petit bourgeois
    You really don't know what you're talking about. Most people who live in California, homeless or not, are not from here. Moreover, Mr. Sailer is putting forth the hypothesis, nothing more that demands of burden of proof. It's merely a question, not a syllogism.

    California must be getting homeless people from outside because it is easily the best state in the union to be homeless.
    It’s big — you can move around without leaving the state.
    Weather is nice enough to live outdoors.
    Plenty of local governments are either soft on or unable to enforce anti-vagrant edicts.
    There are clinics, opportunities for low-level work, and a healthy undocumented pharmaceutical situation.
    There is a unique cultural tolerance of wierd-looking and strongly-scented strangers.
    The rich have enough space that the homeless can be invisible in a way that would be impossible on the East Coast.
    I was struck by the homeless during the brief stay I spent in Southern California and definitely had the impression that they were both coming from outside and being bussed in. But I can’t prove it.

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    When I was a Boy Scout, we liked to hang out on trips up the coast at the immense Moreton Bay fig tree at the train station in downtown Santa Barbara. But by 1980, it was overrun by homeless guys. They used it as a rendezvous point from around the country: See you at the fig tree in the winter.
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  146. @Coag
    Well, being homeless is a lot greener than being in a home.

    The AC- and lawn sprinkler- guzzling mansions of leftist elites should always be opened up to the people they pretend the care about—the green homeless, the model minority Somali tribesmen, and the incarcerated black males yearning for sweet freedom.
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  147. @EricCh
    Any reasonable homeowners will do the same thing, Sailer constantly railing on about NE asians (Chinese in particular) seem petty to me. Let see how he react if they build a rehab center next to his house, how his roundeyeness make him more accepting to junkies and hobo.

    Sailer constantly railing on about NE asians (Chinese in particular) seem petty to me.

    So says the NE asian from China.

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    So says the NE asian from China.
     
    chinese internet trolls should be branded just so.
    $$$Eric$$$.
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  148. @J.Ross
    California must be getting homeless people from outside because it is easily the best state in the union to be homeless.
    It's big -- you can move around without leaving the state.
    Weather is nice enough to live outdoors.
    Plenty of local governments are either soft on or unable to enforce anti-vagrant edicts.
    There are clinics, opportunities for low-level work, and a healthy undocumented pharmaceutical situation.
    There is a unique cultural tolerance of wierd-looking and strongly-scented strangers.
    The rich have enough space that the homeless can be invisible in a way that would be impossible on the East Coast.
    I was struck by the homeless during the brief stay I spent in Southern California and definitely had the impression that they were both coming from outside and being bussed in. But I can't prove it.

    When I was a Boy Scout, we liked to hang out on trips up the coast at the immense Moreton Bay fig tree at the train station in downtown Santa Barbara. But by 1980, it was overrun by homeless guys. They used it as a rendezvous point from around the country: See you at the fig tree in the winter.

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    What do you say to people who ask how you knew they were coming from out of state?
    , @Reg Cæsar

    up the coast at the immense Moreton Bay fig tree at the train station in downtown Santa Barbara
     
    There's a fig leaf joke in here somewhere, but it's escaping me.
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  149. @eah
    The only takeaway here is that unlike Whites, Asians have no qualms about voicing their opposition to the undesirable 'other' -- they do not fear being called names like 'racist' -- so much for "assimilation".

    "LOL"

    According to Whiskey, the undesirable “other” looks like you.

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  150. @Anonymous
    As a black man living in a first world country I think you need to come to terms with this message.

    I’m a stray dog, Chief, I forage for food, hunt squirrels, knock over garbage cans, you know.

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  151. @Steve Sailer
    When I was a Boy Scout, we liked to hang out on trips up the coast at the immense Moreton Bay fig tree at the train station in downtown Santa Barbara. But by 1980, it was overrun by homeless guys. They used it as a rendezvous point from around the country: See you at the fig tree in the winter.

    What do you say to people who ask how you knew they were coming from out of state?

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    Because that's what they told newspaper reporters who asked them.

    You don't have to be Woodward & Bernstein to wander over the to the biggest tree in southern California and ask the homeless guys why they hang out there. They've got plenty of time to talk to reporters.

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  152. @J.Ross
    What do you say to people who ask how you knew they were coming from out of state?

    Because that’s what they told newspaper reporters who asked them.

    You don’t have to be Woodward & Bernstein to wander over the to the biggest tree in southern California and ask the homeless guys why they hang out there. They’ve got plenty of time to talk to reporters.

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  153. @Twinkie

    Yes, Steve is trying to make whites believe what is true.
     
    In other words, these "nimby Asians" are apoplectic over whites living in their midst. It has nothing to do with the said people being indigents.

    Would these "nimby Asians" be more sympathetic and welcoming if these homeless people were Asian, do you think?

    Or put another way, how sympathetic are YOU to having a bunch of white homeless people in YOUR neighborhood?

    There are good reasons for not wanting more immigration from Asia, but, really, this isn't it. This is grasping at straws to create a narrative.

    This is grasping at straws to create a narrative.

    Are these straws clogged with tapioca bubbles, perhaps?

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  154. @Steve Sailer
    When I was a Boy Scout, we liked to hang out on trips up the coast at the immense Moreton Bay fig tree at the train station in downtown Santa Barbara. But by 1980, it was overrun by homeless guys. They used it as a rendezvous point from around the country: See you at the fig tree in the winter.

    up the coast at the immense Moreton Bay fig tree at the train station in downtown Santa Barbara

    There’s a fig leaf joke in here somewhere, but it’s escaping me.

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  155. @ThreeCranes
    These people are right, you know.

    Why not build detention centers--strike that--"vacation resorts" in the deserts of Arizona and Nevada? Fence them in, house the homeless in barracks, feed them in mess halls, build an outdoor basketball court or two and call it good?

    It would be both cheaper in the long run and more pleasant for both the unassimilable and those of us who don't want to be pestered by vagrants. Healthier too.

    Arizona has its share of homeless, but the nice weather bookends of spring and fall have a brutal summer in between. You see a LOT more homeless in Tucson, exponentially so, than you do Phoenix.

    This is because Phoenix is about 20-30 degres hotter and the police don’t play. The homeless either figure out where the lines are really fast or they get “moved on” by the PD. You don’t see homeless in Old Town Scottsdale, for instance.

    They’re also very cognizant about two facts: many people carry in AZ, and no one is going to shed a tear if an aggressive bum gets shot. This cuts down on a lot of shenanigans.

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  156. Anonymous[382] • Disclaimer says:

    When I search for Morton Bay fig tree, every single image in Google Images is of a completely different tree. Are these counterfeit trees? Has the original been franchised?

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    "Are these counterfeit trees? Has the original been franchised?"

    Not franchised, propagated by cutting.

    I have a patented rose bush that had a tag when purchased saying "illegal to propagate" but then it did it itself, as plants are wont to do. I think I am in the clear as long as I don't sell the new bushes.

    Fig tree roots ruin underground pipes, be careful, they are nice Southern California trees otherwise.
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  157. I’m amazed at how bad the tent cities in LA have gotten since I last came through about 3 years ago.

    Personally I’m at the point with these junkies and having intranasal Narcan everywhere that I want to see it reclassified as a Schedule II substance. Thats how you solve this problem.

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  158. @Twinkie
    Don't feed a troll.

    You do realize that the average Korean living in America is probably more devoutly Christian than the average White American, don’t you? Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Protestant churches everywhere.
     
    Koreans in America are around 70-80% Christian and many are quite devout. Indeed, a large fraction of Korean Christians in America are evangelicals who vote largely for the Republican Party.

    On the other hand, Korean immigration is drying up. The fastest growing demographic among Asians in American are Indians and the largest segment is still Chinese. Sadly, both display the lowest rates of assimilation among Asian immigrants, closer to those of Hispanic immigrants than the likes of Filipinos and Koreans.

    On the other hand, Korean immigration is drying up.

    Only because North Korea does not let people out.

    If North Korea let people freely leave, about 5M more Koreans would come to America (some from NK, some from SK who want to get away from NK competition for jobs).

    The fastest growing demographic among Asians in American are Indians and the largest segment is still Chinese. Sadly, both display the lowest rates of assimilation among Asian immigrants,

    Define ‘assimilation’. Becoming Christian might matter, except that American churches are now just pulpits of cuckservative feminism. Rather, economic performance is a more objective measure. Koreans don’t stack up to well on this metric. Filipinos and Indians are the top.

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    https://www.manhattan-institute.org/pdf/cr_76.pdf

    Assimilation is not about income though there is an economic dimension. There are social and civic components. Read the study.
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  159. bored identity is curious enough to speculate :

    “What Would Derb Do?”

    Would he maybe try to lament from his porch? :

    ” You, you go home now – you scared my wife!”

    ….

    bored identity, as a designated junky villain from Huwhitefucksville,WV , responds in deepest voice ever :

    ” Follow Elaine Chao’s Money.”

    The curtain falls.

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  160. @Lot
    I get a free sample of Pinkberry whenever I walk by one, 3-4 times a year. Man is a misunderstood genius, while I just free ride.

    What did they put in Pinkberry? Ground-up caffeine pills?

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  161. @Dave Pinsen
    Speaking of SoCal Asians, vigilantes, and homeless people, anyone else remember this?

    https://twitter.com/atoms2bits/status/444886720564453377?s=21

    The Pinkberry founder must have been getting high on his own supply.

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    Ha. His stuff is pretty sour.
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  162. @J.Ross
    There's you and then there's a Chinese woman who is a militant Constitutional defender because she was old enough to remember the generous attentions of the Chinese government before coming here, who appeared in a meme holding her AR, and then there's an awful lot of the other kind. You are rare. Ying Ma, author of the horrifying Chinese Girl In the Ghetto, is a full blown interrogator of whiteness who worked for the Democrats at one point. There is a clear norm.

    You are rare.

    I am, but not in the way you think.

    There is a clear norm.

    No, there is selection bias. Squeaky wheel gets the oil and all that.

    Normal, “traditional” Asian-Americans aren’t exactly out SJWing and writing articles in the NYT. They are busy working jobs and running businesses. You are not going to hear about them in the MSM and certainly not on this blog (but you will hear about some obscure Asian bimbo spouting SJW nonsense for sure).

    Furthermore, there are wide divergences in religion, English acquisition, history of military service, voting patterns, gun ownership, and the overall rates of assimilation among various ethnicities that are grouped under the umbrella of “Asian.” Indians and Koreans, for example, exhibit very different socio-cultural traits in the U.S. that also manifest respectively in their history of political affiliation.

    Why don’t you start here if you are interested in actual numbers? https://www.manhattan-institute.org/pdf/cr_76.pdf

    For a very quick summary, look at figure 9, page 10.

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    Why don’t you start here if you are interested in actual numbers? https://www.manhattan-institute.org/pdf/cr_76.pdf

    For a very quick summary, look at figure 9, page 10.
     
    That is a very interesting report.

    But it is wasted on J. Ross and his ilk, because White Nationalists are famously unable to read graphs and charts (as you will discover for yourself through interacting with them).
    , @J.Ross
    Interesting but not as persuasive as the voting tables after the 2016 election. Indians and Koreans also differ in another respect: there's a hell of a lot more Indians. I assume AALDEF are about as unbiased as the ACLU but also notice the language the Manhattan Institute cannot stay away from. We definitely need better figures on Asians. The norm is to skip them altogether and your example is Vietnamese, who would be self-explanatorily different from say recently arrived Chinese real estate barons.
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  163. @Charles Pewitt
    Send that South Korean thug back to North Korea. They'll rough him up for fun. The United States does not need Koreans of any kind.

    I don't want to get director Michael Mann in trouble, because I like some of his movies, such as The Last Of The Mohicans, but perhaps Mann was saying something when he had a character in his movie,Heat, happen to mention that California was loaded up with hundreds of thousands of Koreans.

    Maybe Michael Mann, who has Russian Jewish ancestry, and was born in Chicago but now lives in California, didn't much care for the demographic changes in California?

    I don't give a damn about North Korea; North Korea is a problem for Russia, China, Japan and South Korea. Get the US troops out of South Korea now.

    I would like to see as many Koreans as possible removed from the United States and sent back to Korea. Koreans have no right to arrogantly invade and colonize the United States.

    Mann spent more time on Los Angeles Koreans in Collateral.

    I’d love to see him to do a film adaptation of Ryu Murakami’s From The Fatherland, With Love.

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    Steve has Zuck's business model beat: direct donations, which are then multiplied to account for book purchases.
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  164. @Clyde

    I don’t want to get director Michael Mann in trouble, because I like some of his movies, such as The Last Of The Mohicans, but perhaps Mann was saying something when he had a character in his movie,Heat, happen to mention that California was loaded up with hundreds of thousands of Koreans.
    Maybe Michael Mann, who has Russian Jewish ancestry, and was born in Chicago but now lives in California, didn’t much care for the demographic changes in California?
     
    Nah he's keeping it real for that character. I thought his Miami Vice movie was crap when I saw it in 2006 when it came out. Saw it a few months ago and thought it was great. Has some great scenes and moods.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6kPKMKQAco Check out the Adam A500 aircraft

    Agreed about Miami Vice. It’s no Heat, but it’s definitely worth a re-watch for those scenes and moods. Like this one.

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    I thought her acting (and Cuban Spanish accent) was pretty bad. She seemed like she was out of her element. That's a shame, because her work in Asia is quite impressive.

    And Colin Farrell is no Don Johnson c. 1980's.
    , @Clyde
    Miami Vice Movie had continuity problems, nothing that today's short attention span culture notices. For myself, it is taken as a movie with many very good scenes. Gong Li did what she had to do while Colin Farrell was slick + menacing enough with that hoodlum haircut.
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  165. @Steve Sailer
    The Pinkberry founder must have been getting high on his own supply.

    Ha. His stuff is pretty sour.

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  166. @Lot
    I get a free sample of Pinkberry whenever I walk by one, 3-4 times a year. Man is a misunderstood genius, while I just free ride.

    It takes some stones to sell a dozen different flavors of frozen yogurt that actually taste like yogurt, and to sell it all year round (with the pumpkin flavor around Thanksgiving). It’s interesting considering that the old TCBY sold stuff that didn’t taste like yogurt, and, at one point, sold out and started selling ice cream — a flight from yogurt.

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  167. @eah

    This is kinda ironic when Labour’s election campaign was based in part on housing affordability and reducing immigration. Basically what’s she is saying is be racist towards East Asians and British/South African immigrants, but not Polynesians and Maoris, because they’re an important part of our voting based.

    Australasian politics for white people: vote centre left and get overrun with NAMs, vote centre-right and get overrun with Asians.

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  168. @Charles Erwin Wilson II

    Sailer constantly railing on about NE asians (Chinese in particular) seem petty to me.
     
    So says the NE asian from China.

    So says the NE asian from China.

    chinese internet trolls should be branded just so.
    $$$Eric$$$.

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  169. @Dave Pinsen
    Mann spent more time on Los Angeles Koreans in Collateral.

    I'd love to see him to do a film adaptation of Ryu Murakami's From The Fatherland, With Love.

    https://twitter.com/dpinsen/status/510933170167250944

    Steve has Zuck’s business model beat: direct donations, which are then multiplied to account for book purchases.

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  170. @Dave Pinsen
    Agreed about Miami Vice. It's no Heat, but it's definitely worth a re-watch for those scenes and moods. Like this one.

    https://youtu.be/hP29Lvhmnwk

    I thought her acting (and Cuban Spanish accent) was pretty bad. She seemed like she was out of her element. That’s a shame, because her work in Asia is quite impressive.

    And Colin Farrell is no Don Johnson c. 1980′s.

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    Gong Li, being 11 years older than her on screen love interest, she pulled off a great acting job. Her impromptu boat trip to Cuba with Colin Farrell was magical. With the amazing salsa band and the dancing. Methinks your standards are bit too OCD here.
    , @Truth
    There was a "her" in that scene? I watched twice, was she in the background?
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  171. @Anonym
    I see it as just more double standards, no better than the noble Sikhs and Turks arming themselves against black looters in the UK riots. How wonderful, a tear trickles down my cheek thinking about these "Britons". Gimme a break.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2024358/UK-RIOTS-2011-Sikhs-defend-temple-locals-protect-pubs-Britons-defy-rioters.html

    Of course, the moment a group of white guys does the same thing they are all literally Hitler or the Klan. So I prefer that the hypocrisy is called out.

    Yes, when white people came onto the streets in Eltham and Enfield, they were called ‘vigilantes’ and IIRC actually attacked by the police in Eltham. The Guardian was having conniptions while the Daily Mail was praising the Sikhs with their swords and hockey sticks.

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  172. @grapesoda
    The point is that Asians are conservative when it comes to their own neighborhoods, but vote for leftist candidates nonetheless. I hope their neighborhoods get overrun by zombie hordes until they start voting in the interest of the country, not just their selfish little ethnic enclaves.

    NE Asians generally lack an altruistic impulse. That's why places like China rank among the lowest in the world when it comes to human rights. So since an appeal to higher virtue will fall on deaf ears, these unassimilated immigrants must be made to feel the pain before they will start voting for pro-Constitution candidates. Every single pro muh Asian comment in this thread only reinforces this point. Asians are racist, put themselves before the country, so why are we letting them in? We have enough smart white people. That's why the top 50 universities in the world are European. They are just following us. We have all the genetic stock we need to do whatever we want and need to do. BYE self-interested nepotistic jerks

    Every single pro muh Asian comment in this thread only reinforces this point.

    There is a split on iSteve (and elsewhere) between the “white supremacists” (a loaded term, to be sure) and the high-IQ fetishists. The former yearn for an explicitly white/(Northern) European America, while the latter advocate for the immigration of as many high-IQ (East) Asians as the country can absorb.

    There are white commenters on here who seem as eager to import a new Oriental overclass as they are to export the existing (and burgeoning) black and Hispanic underclass. (Few seem to welcome the prospect of allowing more subcontinentals to enter the country.)

    Some in the high-IQ-fetishist camp are white guys with yellow fever who boast of the “dual superiority” of their mixed-race children. (For their sake, I’ll refrain from making any references to Elliot Rodger.)

    Likewise, there are multiple splits in the pro-white crowd. Some believe that “American” is synonymous with “British” and that such groups as the Irish, the Germans, and the Scandinavians should be forcibly expelled.

    Given the degree of mixing among the various white nationalities, I fail to see how this could be accomplished equitably. If someone’s ethnic background is, say, half-German and half-Irish, to where does he go back? Do we divide him at the waist? If so, which country gets which body parts? If someone is, say, half-English and half-Norwegian, do we chop him in half, ship his lower body to Oslo, and allow his mutilated torso to stay in Duluth?

    (Under this policy, I, personally, would be divided into no fewer than three pieces. I cannot, in good faith, advocate for my own dismemberment.)

    Others define “suitably American” as “Northern and/or Western European.” Some advocate for a return to pre-1965 demographics. Still others pine for “pan-white” unity.

    There is, of course, some uncertainty as to the boundaries of “white.” Are Italians white enough to live in an explicitly white America? How about Jews? (The high-IQ fetishists tend to be more accepting of the latter.)

    And then there are the civic nationalists who believe in a country built on Anglo-Saxon *values* such as those expressed in the Constitution, but not necessarily populated solely by those of Anglo-Saxon genetic stock.

    Nearly everyone here seems to agree that the lower the NAM share of the population, the better.

    At any rate, I tend to believe that Anglo-Saxon values such as freedom of speech are worth preserving. I wouldn’t want to live in a country based on Chinese values.

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  173. @Twinkie
    I thought her acting (and Cuban Spanish accent) was pretty bad. She seemed like she was out of her element. That's a shame, because her work in Asia is quite impressive.

    And Colin Farrell is no Don Johnson c. 1980's.

    Gong Li, being 11 years older than her on screen love interest, she pulled off a great acting job. Her impromptu boat trip to Cuba with Colin Farrell was magical. With the amazing salsa band and the dancing. Methinks your standards are bit too OCD here.

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  174. @Dave Pinsen
    Agreed about Miami Vice. It's no Heat, but it's definitely worth a re-watch for those scenes and moods. Like this one.

    https://youtu.be/hP29Lvhmnwk

    Miami Vice Movie had continuity problems, nothing that today’s short attention span culture notices. For myself, it is taken as a movie with many very good scenes. Gong Li did what she had to do while Colin Farrell was slick + menacing enough with that hoodlum haircut.

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  175. anonymous[739] • Disclaimer says:
    @27 year old
    Too bad Paul Nehlen decided to completely go off the deep end and self destruct.

    I think Paul Nehlen’s fall out was more public relations then going off the deep end and self destructing.

    Paul Nehlen is pushing the same positive, populist policies as the leader of Hungary who just won a landslide victory. Hungary’s opposition party is even more hard core nationalist.

    It just how these subjects are presented. Victor Orban makes George Soros and Non Government Organizations that push bad immigration the enemy. He doesn’t “name the Jew” like Nehlen does.

    Yeah, George Soros is the classic, straight from central casting Internationalist Jew money changer. He literally made his $ billions speculating on the British Pound Sterling. George Soros has switched countries as often as regular people change clothes. George Soros funds everything and everything that attacks traditional White European society, looks to replace White Europeans, White European Americans in our communities.

    George Soros is the Evil International Jew – but it’s a deal killer to go around using that language or “naming the Jew”. Instead the very successful Hungary populist/Nationalist Victor Orban just attacks the person George Soros and the NGO he and his kind fund. If Nehlen could have done that he could have been successful.

    Go with what works.

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  176. @Anonymous
    When I search for Morton Bay fig tree, every single image in Google Images is of a completely different tree. Are these counterfeit trees? Has the original been franchised?

    “Are these counterfeit trees? Has the original been franchised?”

    Not franchised, propagated by cutting.

    I have a patented rose bush that had a tag when purchased saying “illegal to propagate” but then it did it itself, as plants are wont to do. I think I am in the clear as long as I don’t sell the new bushes.

    Fig tree roots ruin underground pipes, be careful, they are nice Southern California trees otherwise.

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  177. Perhaps this is explained somewhere, but I can’t seem to locate it. Can someone tell me what NIMBY stands for?

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  178. Those pesky tiger moms and dads are trying to prevent their elementary school kids from learning about anal sex, too. The nerve. So intolerant!

    https://www.mercurynews.com/2017/04/20/palo-alto-parents-join-fight-against-new-sex-ed-curriculum/

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    Everybody agrees that we need to have sex ed in the schools, from that article. My question is: why? Why do 11 and 12 year olds need to have that information? Health discussions, yes, if they're segregated by sex and parents are present in the room. But all this explicit junk about homos and weirdos, no way.
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  179. @MarcB.

    Judith Jing, a mother of two sons, said she moved from Memphis, Tenn. to Irvine
     
    Despite the murderous mayhem that becomes background noise to longtime Memphis area residents, someone who can afford a move to the OC (and handle the sticker shock) could have instead sequestered their family in a local suburb where kids can safely roam the neighborhood.

    Irvine is a suburb where kids (should be able to) safely roam the neighborhood. The whole protest is about leftists (and their cronies like the for-profit bogus, insurance-fraud “rehab” centers) shoving bums into Irvine and keeping them there, much to the dismay of the citizens and delight of the Federal- and State-grant-funded leftist community-activist “social services” mob. Indeed, the powers that be are raising taxes on Irvine residents to fund the destruction of their community and laughing all the way to the bank.

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  180. @petit bourgeois
    Anyone with access to the internet could look it up for themselves instead of making incessant demands for proof that aren't very helpful to solving the problem. I try not to feed the Trolls but I just can't help myself today. Especially since I live right in the middle of this homelessness nightmare. Try visiting the homeless encampments here and lift a finger to do some research before you start demanding proof. Irvine is a very nice place to live and I hope they keep it that way.

    Incessant demands for proof? Just once is incessant? Typical alt-right creep, oversensitive, no boundaries….

    Look.

    When a cop shoots a black guy in the back, Steve Sailer is the first to say that anecdotal data isn’t significant in a country of 325 million – and I agree with him. Sort of.

    So it is with this. I’d like to see more and better data on this subject, which seems to set you off, although what doesn’t set you off, I dunno.

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  181. @D. K.
    From the linked article, at the bottom of that post:

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    The lack of data has left officials guessing about if and how the rehab industry has changed or expanded the local homeless population.

    The number of people identified as both homeless and recent rehab patients is relatively low, perhaps 100. That would be a small fraction of the total number of homeless people in Orange County, which last year was pegged at 4,792. But it could account for a more considerable share of the newly homeless, which the county says is 340 people.

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    The subset of those "perhaps 100" who also were out-of-state residents who had come to Southern California for the very purpose of entering a drug-rehabilitation program-- let alone were lured there with the unconscionable intention on the part of those clinics of exhausting their patients' / clients' insurance and then dumping them, broke and still addicted, on the public streets of Orange County-- would be an even smaller minority of the newly homeless, let alone of the total homeless population, in Orange County.

    The Sailer cult has a lot of questionable beliefs, all gift-wrapped in paper that says, “Notice Things” (really “Notice Me” but never mind).

    One, that there is a White Death going on which is a direct result of anti-white racism, promoted by (((activists))) with an anti-gentile agenda.

    (There is clearly a White Death going on, but it’s a product of Big Liberal Capitalism. Another subject entirely.)

    That the homeless population in SoCal is a byproduct of the White Death in places like Kentucky (his words, not mine.)

    Maybe, maybe not. A few strays from Arkansas and Kentucky don’t a social trend make. I think that most of the bums are no hope whites who have become addicted as a result of their low IQs. There are plenty of those around. They no longer have church and family to depend on, and they end up on the streets. This is not strictly speaking the White Death.

    But it makes for good shitposting, so who cares?

    PS I am NOT saying that there isn’t a homeless problem in Irvine. And it doesn’t take many to ruin a neighborhood. All it takes is a few. I am taking issue with the “They’re all from Kentucky and got bussed here to go to rehab”.

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  182. @Anonymous
    Uh, what exactly was the point of this article except Steve taking shots at successful asians in Orange County who don't want to live around the homeless? You could easily say the same thing about white people in Carlsbad. Just reeks of schedenfreud.

    Rich people don't want to live around druggie homeless people. What's so hard to believe about that?

    Oh, and just because there are white homeless people doesn't mean they were imported from the opioid belt. Stop with the white victimization angle. OC has very high real estate costs just like San Francisco and wouldn't you know they too have a homeless problem. No conspiracy theory needed.

    Maybe all the white homeless people you see are just white people who majored in liberal arts and they were outcompeted by asians who picked a better career.

    Uh, what exactly was the point of this article except Steve taking shots at successful asians in Orange County who don’t want to live around the homeless? You could easily say the same thing about white people in Carlsbad. Just reeks of schedenfreud.

    It’s “Schadenfreude”, and – yeah – so what? Orientals are allowed to openly and honestly complain about such things, without being called racists. That is the point of this article.

    Oh, and just because there are white homeless people doesn’t mean they were imported from the opioid belt. Stop with the white victimization angle. OC has very high real estate costs just like San Francisco and wouldn’t you know they too have a homeless problem.

    The San Francisco peninsula has high housing costs too, and not nearly so bad a homeless problem as San Francisco or (apparently) Orange County.

    No conspiracy theory needed.

    The rehab clinic angle isn’t a conspiracy theory. There is no conspiracy. It is just a putative mechanism. I’ve heard a number of people on this forum posit it as explaining some of OC’s homeless problem.

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  183. @Bob who thinks Tong
    There must be some Asian grandfathers that know the difference between a problem you take to the government, and one you take to the Tong?

    Sort of like in the Godfather.

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  184. @Twinkie
    I thought her acting (and Cuban Spanish accent) was pretty bad. She seemed like she was out of her element. That's a shame, because her work in Asia is quite impressive.

    And Colin Farrell is no Don Johnson c. 1980's.

    There was a “her” in that scene? I watched twice, was she in the background?

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  185. @Hapalong Cassidy
    You do realize that the average Korean living in America is probably more devoutly Christian than the average White American, don’t you? Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Protestant churches everywhere.

    I don’t care if the Korean infiltrators are Christians. When the time comes, the Koreans will have to be deported back to Korea. The United States is the home of European Whites.

    European Christendom is more about the European than it is about the Christian. We’re going back to blood, says the writer who likes to wear White. The most important thing is to keep the Anglo-Celts in the Southern states and the Germans in the Great Lakes states together in a voting bloc and a potential fighting army when Civil War II breaks out.

    Christianity is no longer a fighting faith. Pope Tango and the leaders of the Protestant churches have been pushing nation-wrecking mass immigration at a feverish pitch. If a religion no longer is a fighting faith, then it is a croaking faith. Most young men, and middle age guys and geezers, too, want to fight to defend and protect their people and tribe. Christianity has been de-fanged and de-clawed.

    General George Washington and General Andrew Jackson were Christians, but they were Christian Warriors. Most of the generals currently in the US military who claim to be Christians are really just Mammonites who worship globalization and multiculturalism and the American Empire. The American Empire will prove to be a false god for these treasonous scoundrels.

    The United States will remove and deport its infiltrator populations, and that includes the Korean infiltrators.

    The above won’t sound so severe when the upcoming global financial implosion hits.

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    When the time comes, the Koreans will have to be deported back to Korea.
     
    What do you plan to do with people of partial Korean (and the rest white) ancestry?
    , @Johann Ricke

    The United States will remove and deport its infiltrator populations, and that includes the Korean infiltrators.
     
    I think this is a scenario that might have played out during Jim Crow. But Jim Crow itself was a unique era. No one had seen anything like it before. And the likelihood is that we won't see a repeat of this ever. It was a product of a certain time and consciousness.
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  186. @Hapalong Cassidy
    You do realize that the average Korean living in America is probably more devoutly Christian than the average White American, don’t you? Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Protestant churches everywhere.

    @131 Hapalong Cassidy: “You do realize that the average Korean living in America is probably more devoutly Christian than the average White American, don’t you? Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Protestant churches everywhere.”

    Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Korean churches everywhere. FIFY.

    They may be ‘Christians,’ but they will always be Korean – if not first and foremost, then at least equally. Religious identity does not alter one’s DNA nor one’s culture. Their churches, just like those of other Oriental ‘Christians,’ prominently advertise their ethnicity and rarely conduct services in any language other than their own, regardless of what country they’re residing in. They retain all their cultural habits and superstitions (the Chinese in particular with their red doors and car mirror good luck charms). They very much retain their various cultural prejudices. I still recall the ‘Christian Korean-American’ guy who worked in one of our embassy postings who was very Korean, and desperate for his 2nd child to be a son. He was peeved that we didn’t actually care what our first one was, and then furious when we had a boy and his wife had another girl. He also bitterly complained that his wife was a frigid b?$$ch, but I really couldn’t say whether his religion or his ethnicity had anything to do with that.

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    Religious identity does not alter... one’s culture.
     
    This is plainly false.

    For one thing, evangelical Protestant Asians vote very differently than non-Christian/atheist Asians. Indeed, religion is a pretty robust predictor of voting patterns in America for both whites and Asians.
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  187. @3g4me
    @131 Hapalong Cassidy: "You do realize that the average Korean living in America is probably more devoutly Christian than the average White American, don’t you? Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Protestant churches everywhere."

    Any place there are Koreans, you will see their Korean churches everywhere. FIFY.

    They may be 'Christians,' but they will always be Korean - if not first and foremost, then at least equally. Religious identity does not alter one's DNA nor one's culture. Their churches, just like those of other Oriental 'Christians,' prominently advertise their ethnicity and rarely conduct services in any language other than their own, regardless of what country they're residing in. They retain all their cultural habits and superstitions (the Chinese in particular with their red doors and car mirror good luck charms). They very much retain their various cultural prejudices. I still recall the 'Christian Korean-American' guy who worked in one of our embassy postings who was very Korean, and desperate for his 2nd child to be a son. He was peeved that we didn't actually care what our first one was, and then furious when we had a boy and his wife had another girl. He also bitterly complained that his wife was a frigid b?$$ch, but I really couldn't say whether his religion or his ethnicity had anything to do with that.

    Religious identity does not alter… one’s culture.

    This is plainly false.

    For one thing, evangelical Protestant Asians vote very differently than non-Christian/atheist Asians. Indeed, religion is a pretty robust predictor of voting patterns in America for both whites and Asians.

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    It is very hard to look at European history and believe that religion does not alter one's culture. Will it do anything for mainland Chinese? I don't know. China has a great trophy wall when it comes to drowning new philosophical fashions in The Way Things Work Here. There's also the problem that, while the authenticity of Korean Christianity is not in doubt, churches in China have to suffer government approval and supervision.
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  188. @Twinkie

    You are rare.
     
    I am, but not in the way you think.

    There is a clear norm.
     
    No, there is selection bias. Squeaky wheel gets the oil and all that.

    Normal, "traditional" Asian-Americans aren't exactly out SJWing and writing articles in the NYT. They are busy working jobs and running businesses. You are not going to hear about them in the MSM and certainly not on this blog (but you will hear about some obscure Asian bimbo spouting SJW nonsense for sure).

    Furthermore, there are wide divergences in religion, English acquisition, history of military service, voting patterns, gun ownership, and the overall rates of assimilation among various ethnicities that are grouped under the umbrella of "Asian." Indians and Koreans, for example, exhibit very different socio-cultural traits in the U.S. that also manifest respectively in their history of political affiliation.

    Why don't you start here if you are interested in actual numbers? https://www.manhattan-institute.org/pdf/cr_76.pdf

    For a very quick summary, look at figure 9, page 10.

    Why don’t you start here if you are interested in actual numbers? https://www.manhattan-institute.org/pdf/cr_76.pdf

    For a very quick summary, look at figure 9, page 10.

    That is a very interesting report.

    But it is wasted on J. Ross and his ilk, because White Nationalists are famously unable to read graphs and charts (as you will discover for yourself through interacting with them).

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    J. Ross and his ilk
     
    Please do elaborate.
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  189. @petit bourgeois
    You really don't know what you're talking about. Most people who live in California, homeless or not, are not from here. Moreover, Mr. Sailer is putting forth the hypothesis, nothing more that demands of burden of proof. It's merely a question, not a syllogism.

    “You really don’t know what you’re talking about. Most people who live in California, homeless or not, are not from here.”

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    Native-born Californians regain majority status

    A USC study finds that immigration has peaked in the state, a longtime melting pot. Border restrictions and the recession are seen as factors.

    April 01, 2010|By Teresa Watanabe and Hector Becerra

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    “For the first time since the 19th century Gold Rush, California-born residents now make up the majority statewide and in most counties, according to a USC study released Wednesday. And experts predict even Los Angeles — long a mecca for new immigrants — will become majority California-born by the time the 2010 census is completed.”

    ***

    http://articles.latimes.com/2010/apr/01/local/la-me-homegrown1-2010apr01

    You were saying…?

    “Moreover, Mr. Sailer is putting forth the hypothesis, nothing more that demands of burden of proof.”

    Was that concluding clause actually supposed to mean something to me, as a former attorney (with a B.A. in English, inter alia), or was it merely the preceding word “hypothesis” that was meant to impress upon me, as a former graduate student in Personality and Social Psychology (M.S.), that I did not know what I was talking about, earlier in this comment thread?

    “It’s merely a question, not a syllogism.”

    This [supra] was not a question:

    “But, as far as I can tell, the big increase in Orange County homeless is in part due to local drug treatment centers advertising for patients in the White Death Belt. and then kicking them out when their insurance runs out.”

    (Since homelessness in Orange County is reputedly rising, even a single case of a drug addict from “the White Death Belt” being lured to Southern California by a drug rehabilitation provider, and then being dumped on the local streets, after insurance proceeds had been exhausted, would have “in part” caused the increase at issue.)

    This January post was phrased as a question:

    http://www.unz.com/isteve/is-california-importing-junkies-from-the-midwest/

    That question was based on a commenter’s pointing Steve to this article:

    https://www.ocregister.com/2017/12/17/are-drug-rehab-centers-fueling-homelessness-in-southern-california/

    Note that the source article itself also was phrased in the form of a question. As shown by the quote from that article that I cited above, the source article does not plausibly serve as confirmation of the hypothesis at issue: that homelessness in Orange County (and beyond) is being driven by its local drug rehabilitation centers’ unconscionably luring addicts from “the White Death Belt,” far from the Golden State, to Orange County, and then dumping them on the local streets, as soon as the patients’ / clients’ insurance had been exhausted.

    This lede from April 3 was not in the form of a question:

    “One of the booming industries in Southern California at the moment is providing drug addiction clinics in the sunshine for junkies from the Midwest.”

    http://www.unz.com/isteve/chinese-immigrants-slightly-to-the-right-of-qin-shi-huangdi/

    Commenter ‘Bragadocious’ asked in that post’s comment thread:

    “Is it really true that many or most of the white junkies in SoCal are from the Midwest?”

    Steve himself replied:

    “In Orange County they appear to be largely white.

    [Yes, in fact, "most of the white junkies in SoCal" do "appear to be largely white" in Orange County.]

    “The drug treatment industry hauls them in and then kicks them out when their insurance runs out.”

    His reply was neither in the form of a question nor plausibly stated as a mere hypothesis.

    Commenter ‘res’ also replied to ‘Bragadocious’:

    “I have never seen a good analysis of that question and would be very interested in the answer (anyone?). . . .”

    In reply to that comment, Steve himself simply linked to his January post.

    In reply to Steve, ‘res’ then graciously and reasonably commented:

    “Thanks. I even commented on that, but neglected to click through to the underlying article. Having just done that, it seems a bit long on anecdote and short on data. At least as far as the out of state aspect goes.”

    In other words, ‘res’ had essentially the same response to that article as I did, when I belatedly read it. The fact that the article itself is headlined with a question rather than with a straightforward claim of causation is a blatant clue that the reporter, Jordan Graham, went out looking for actual proof, or at least incriminating evidence, against the local drug-rehabilitation industry, but he came up well short of his goal.

    For the record, I myself am a former resident of Los Angeles who spent a fair amount of time visiting Orange County, where my nephew and godson was hospitalized for the last several years of his brief life (16+ years). I, he and his mother, unlike Steve and the majority of other Californians, were all from someplace else (i.e., Northwest Indiana– a.k.a. “The Region”).

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  190. @Twinkie

    Religious identity does not alter... one’s culture.
     
    This is plainly false.

    For one thing, evangelical Protestant Asians vote very differently than non-Christian/atheist Asians. Indeed, religion is a pretty robust predictor of voting patterns in America for both whites and Asians.

    It is very hard to look at European history and believe that religion does not alter one’s culture. Will it do anything for mainland Chinese? I don’t know. China has a great trophy wall when it comes to drowning new philosophical fashions in The Way Things Work Here. There’s also the problem that, while the authenticity of Korean Christianity is not in doubt, churches in China have to suffer government approval and supervision.

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    It is very hard to look at European history and believe that religion does not alter one’s culture.
     
    Religion is a HUGE part of the culture of an ethny. There are even people who don't mind interracial marriage, but have problems with their children marrying out of their faith. People who claim that religion does not impact culture fall on three categories: 1) extreme atheists who consider all religions mere superstitions to be stamped out, 2) people who are simply ignorant of history of religion and its impact on human behavior, culture, and indeed evolution, and 3) people who - either for psychological or political reasons - claim that race - however they define it - is everything.

    Will it do anything for mainland Chinese? I don’t know.
     
    Who knows what the future holds? We do know that - sooner or later - changes occur and nothing stays the same forever.

    churches in China have to suffer government approval and supervision.
     
    True. And the communist party in China jealously stomps on anything that smacks of an institution attracting allegiances from the people. On the other hand, there is a sizable Christian underground. Estimates vary - foreign Christians tend to overstate it while the Chinese government understates it.
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  191. @Twinkie

    You are rare.
     
    I am, but not in the way you think.

    There is a clear norm.
     
    No, there is selection bias. Squeaky wheel gets the oil and all that.

    Normal, "traditional" Asian-Americans aren't exactly out SJWing and writing articles in the NYT. They are busy working jobs and running businesses. You are not going to hear about them in the MSM and certainly not on this blog (but you will hear about some obscure Asian bimbo spouting SJW nonsense for sure).

    Furthermore, there are wide divergences in religion, English acquisition, history of military service, voting patterns, gun ownership, and the overall rates of assimilation among various ethnicities that are grouped under the umbrella of "Asian." Indians and Koreans, for example, exhibit very different socio-cultural traits in the U.S. that also manifest respectively in their history of political affiliation.

    Why don't you start here if you are interested in actual numbers? https://www.manhattan-institute.org/pdf/cr_76.pdf

    For a very quick summary, look at figure 9, page 10.

    Interesting but not as persuasive as the voting tables after the 2016 election. Indians and Koreans also differ in another respect: there’s a hell of a lot more Indians. I assume AALDEF are about as unbiased as the ACLU but also notice the language the Manhattan Institute cannot stay away from. We definitely need better figures on Asians. The norm is to skip them altogether and your example is Vietnamese, who would be self-explanatorily different from say recently arrived Chinese real estate barons.

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    Interesting but not as persuasive as the voting tables after the 2016 election.
     
    That Manhattan Institute study has been running for many years now. Election results are snapshots and do not provide a good measure of attitudes over time.

    Furthermore - and this is just pure speculation based on absolutely nothing - I get the feeling that Asian-Americans aren't really into supporting "Trumpian"* white nationalism and instead are far more supportive of, say, Reaganite civic nationalism.

    *Yes, I know Trump and Trumpism - whatever it may be - are not white nationalist. But that's what both the MSM and some white nationalists claimed, something that naturally received much coverage.

    Indians and Koreans also differ in another respect: there’s a hell of a lot more Indians.
     
    There are about twice as many of the former as the latter. But what's shocking is the growth rate of the former. Very high in the last decade. Also, Koreans born in America have very high rates of intermarriage (mostly with whites) and the offspring tends to identify as white (as is common with Americans of partly-Japanese ancestry).
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  192. @Bernardo Pizzaro Cortez Del Castro
    It would be interesting if the swarm of homeless were Hispanics...would the Asians then advocate for stronger border controls ?

    Border controls but not seaport and airport controls.

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  193. @JimB
    Technically, nobody is homeless. Woodie Guthrie tells us so.

    “This land is your land, this land is my land
    From California to the New York Island
    From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters
    This land was made for you and me.
    As I was walking that ribbon of highway
    I saw above me that endless skyway
    I saw below me that golden valley
    This land was made for you and me.
    I roamed and I rambled and I followed my footsteps
    To the sparkling sands of her diamond deserts
    While all around me a voice was sounding
    This land was made for you and me.
    When the sun came shining, and I was strolling
    And the wheat fields waving and the dust clouds rolling
    A voice was chanting, As the fog was lifting,
    This land was made for you and me.
    This land is your land, this land is my land
    From California to the New York Island
    From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters
    This land was made for you and me.”

    So come on, Mr Chinaman. Share the land.

    I’ve heard there’s a more explicitly Marxist verse that includes a line about a no trespassing sign.

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  194. @Whiskey
    MacDonald is an idiot. Jews were thrown out of England and France in a money grab. Kings declared all money owed to Jewish bankers were now owed to them, and their own debts void.

    They often ended up having to call Jews back as Royal Officials could not run banks. Literacy was Jews secret weapon.

    Kings were always after money. Jews had it. Same as Whites in South Africa.

    Philip the Fair ended up inviting Jews back twice.

    They often ended up having to call Jews back as Royal Officials could not run banks. Literacy was Jews secret weapon.

    Yes, the English were so useless they had to resort to employing this notorious numbskull.

    http://www.royalmintmuseum.org.uk/history/people/mint-officials/isaac-newton/

    Whiskey, when you can’t even admit your own Jewish heritage despite it being obvious to everyone concerned, you build your whole credibility on a foundation of bad faith quicksand. At least Jack D admits it. I think even Corvinus does.

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    He's not Jewish while you post as an anonymous clown. You got some nerve ragging on Mr W.
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  195. @J.Ross
    It is very hard to look at European history and believe that religion does not alter one's culture. Will it do anything for mainland Chinese? I don't know. China has a great trophy wall when it comes to drowning new philosophical fashions in The Way Things Work Here. There's also the problem that, while the authenticity of Korean Christianity is not in doubt, churches in China have to suffer government approval and supervision.

    It is very hard to look at European history and believe that religion does not alter one’s culture.

    Religion is a HUGE part of the culture of an ethny. There are even people who don’t mind interracial marriage, but have problems with their children marrying out of their faith. People who claim that religion does not impact culture fall on three categories: 1) extreme atheists who consider all religions mere superstitions to be stamped out, 2) people who are simply ignorant of history of religion and its impact on human behavior, culture, and indeed evolution, and 3) people who – either for psychological or political reasons – claim that race – however they define it – is everything.

    Will it do anything for mainland Chinese? I don’t know.

    Who knows what the future holds? We do know that – sooner or later – changes occur and nothing stays the same forever.

    churches in China have to suffer government approval and supervision.

    True. And the communist party in China jealously stomps on anything that smacks of an institution attracting allegiances from the people. On the other hand, there is a sizable Christian underground. Estimates vary – foreign Christians tend to overstate it while the Chinese government understates it.

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  196. @J.Ross
    Interesting but not as persuasive as the voting tables after the 2016 election. Indians and Koreans also differ in another respect: there's a hell of a lot more Indians. I assume AALDEF are about as unbiased as the ACLU but also notice the language the Manhattan Institute cannot stay away from. We definitely need better figures on Asians. The norm is to skip them altogether and your example is Vietnamese, who would be self-explanatorily different from say recently arrived Chinese real estate barons.

    Interesting but not as persuasive as the voting tables after the 2016 election.

    That Manhattan Institute study has been running for many years now. Election results are snapshots and do not provide a good measure of attitudes over time.

    Furthermore – and this is just pure speculation based on absolutely nothing – I get the feeling that Asian-Americans aren’t really into supporting “Trumpian”* white nationalism and instead are far more supportive of, say, Reaganite civic nationalism.

    *Yes, I know Trump and Trumpism – whatever it may be – are not white nationalist. But that’s what both the MSM and some white nationalists claimed, something that naturally received much coverage.

    Indians and Koreans also differ in another respect: there’s a hell of a lot more Indians.

    There are about twice as many of the former as the latter. But what’s shocking is the growth rate of the former. Very high in the last decade. Also, Koreans born in America have very high rates of intermarriage (mostly with whites) and the offspring tends to identify as white (as is common with Americans of partly-Japanese ancestry).

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    I patronize businesses owned by Koreans and Indians. From these interactions I will take K over I any day of the week. I could elaborate but too late in the AM. I am wary of Chinese that immigrate here because their country is an economic rival, and too much spying by Chinese here. One day China will be an enemy with war etc.
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  197. @Thomm

    Why don’t you start here if you are interested in actual numbers? https://www.manhattan-institute.org/pdf/cr_76.pdf

    For a very quick summary, look at figure 9, page 10.
     
    That is a very interesting report.

    But it is wasted on J. Ross and his ilk, because White Nationalists are famously unable to read graphs and charts (as you will discover for yourself through interacting with them).

    J. Ross and his ilk

    Please do elaborate.

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    Please do elaborate.
     
    White Trashionalists tend to have quantitative abilities that are extremely substandard. They are far too innumerate to understand tables, graphs, and charts.

    You will see this for yourself if you present solid data to them that refutes any of their beliefs.
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  198. Anonymous[680] • Disclaimer says:
    @Charles Pewitt
    Paul Nehlen -- 48 years old -- might just win the GOP primary for the 1st congressional district in Wisconsin.

    Paul Nehlen might just win the general election for the 1st congressional district in Wisconsin and replace Paul Ryan.

    Does anybody remember Don Nehlen, the former football coach of the West Virginia Mountaineers?

    Paul Nehlen is going to shake things the hell up, that's for sure.

    Don't phuck around with a man about 50 years old; they still got some balls and they are just beginning to gain some wisdom.

    He’s a Nazi. Radioactive. He’s not winning anything.

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  199. Anonymous[326] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sunbeam
    If you were sufficiently cynical and ruthless, you could "euthanize" vast numbers of people without firing a shot, or even bothering to identify them (they'll do it themselves). Best of all it's cheap.

    Basically pick some place in the middle of nowhere. Advertise it "Lots of places to throw down a sleeping bag."

    And this place has free water, free cigarettes, and unlimited amounts of free drugs. But no doctors you see, just a crew to throw dead bodies on the back of a truck to ferry to a landfill.

    Sure it's not an original idea, and not my cup of tea if I were supreme leader. But like Eugenics I can't see what stops it, and it pays off a lot quicker than waiting a generation for your first batch of productive citizens (if you aren't going for supermen).

    Sure it’s not an original idea, and not my cup of tea if I were supreme leader. But like Eugenics I can’t see what stops it, and it pays off a lot quicker than waiting a generation for your first batch of productive citizens (if you aren’t going for supermen).

    Productive eugenics is negative eugenics: you don’t want to breed supermen, you want to stop breeding burdens to society. People with an IQ under the mid 90s are going to have poor job prospects and are likely to be net liabilities, people under 85 are certain to be. People with no ability to defer gratification, people with a propensity to commit clearly antisocial and illegal acts, people showing complete lack of empathy for others, are likely to produce more of the same. And people with genetic diseases, people who will have shorter lives or be unable to breed naturally or will have significant dysfunctions which are inheritable will pass those traits on too. There should be progressive incentives for them not to propagate their traits, progressive in the sense that the more pronounced the characteristic or the more significant it is the more incentive to “be childfree” there must be provided.

    Tavon White’s testes should be in a formaldehyde jar somewhere.

    Mick Jagger may be just as bad in terms of impregnating women he is not married to, but Jagger’s kids (and baby mamas) are not collecting welfare, Jagger pays much more in taxes than he costs the taxpayer, and none of Jagger’s kids have been charged with any crime I know of. If you buy a Rolling Stones album in a retail store, the various state, federal and local taxes are probably higher than the royalty Jagger collects on the record.

    That’s a big difference.

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  200. @Michelle
    Those pesky tiger moms and dads are trying to prevent their elementary school kids from learning about anal sex, too. The nerve. So intolerant!

    https://www.mercurynews.com/2017/04/20/palo-alto-parents-join-fight-against-new-sex-ed-curriculum/

    Everybody agrees that we need to have sex ed in the schools, from that article. My question is: why? Why do 11 and 12 year olds need to have that information? Health discussions, yes, if they’re segregated by sex and parents are present in the room. But all this explicit junk about homos and weirdos, no way.

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  201. @Anonymous
    Uh, what exactly was the point of this article except Steve taking shots at successful asians in Orange County who don't want to live around the homeless? You could easily say the same thing about white people in Carlsbad. Just reeks of schedenfreud.

    Rich people don't want to live around druggie homeless people. What's so hard to believe about that?

    Oh, and just because there are white homeless people doesn't mean they were imported from the opioid belt. Stop with the white victimization angle. OC has very high real estate costs just like San Francisco and wouldn't you know they too have a homeless problem. No conspiracy theory needed.

    Maybe all the white homeless people you see are just white people who majored in liberal arts and they were outcompeted by asians who picked a better career.

    “Maybe all the white homeless people you see are just white people who majored in liberal arts and they were outcompeted by asians who picked a better career.”

    Not sure if your comment is throwaway humor or pure stupidity.

    Most homeless, 95% plus, are deeply committed drug addicts — so committed that they forego housing, indoor plumbing, employment of any sort, and basic hygiene to stay high 24/7. The other 5% are so mentally deranged, usually from current or past drug abuse, that they can’t maintain employment, though they’d prefer living like a normal citizen.

    Portland OR wants to convert a defunct (in fact never used) prison and surrounding environs into a homeless shelter. City leaders are pitching it as a compassionate solution to help the homeless, but really they just want to clean up downtown Portland. The problem is it’s far from all the drugs and booze that fuel the homeless alternative deathstyle, so nobody will show up.

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    I disagree with the percentages. I'd say 80% drug addicts. Of the remaining 20% , the mental problems probably drove the drug use for most of them, rather than the other way around, but the drug abuse certainly didn't stabilize their disorders.

    btw, clearly he was joking.
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  202. @Charles Pewitt
    I don't care if the Korean infiltrators are Christians. When the time comes, the Koreans will have to be deported back to Korea. The United States is the home of European Whites.

    European Christendom is more about the European than it is about the Christian. We're going back to blood, says the writer who likes to wear White. The most important thing is to keep the Anglo-Celts in the Southern states and the Germans in the Great Lakes states together in a voting bloc and a potential fighting army when Civil War II breaks out.

    Christianity is no longer a fighting faith. Pope Tango and the leaders of the Protestant churches have been pushing nation-wrecking mass immigration at a feverish pitch. If a religion no longer is a fighting faith, then it is a croaking faith. Most young men, and middle age guys and geezers, too, want to fight to defend and protect their people and tribe. Christianity has been de-fanged and de-clawed.

    General George Washington and General Andrew Jackson were Christians, but they were Christian Warriors. Most of the generals currently in the US military who claim to be Christians are really just Mammonites who worship globalization and multiculturalism and the American Empire. The American Empire will prove to be a false god for these treasonous scoundrels.

    The United States will remove and deport its infiltrator populations, and that includes the Korean infiltrators.

    The above won't sound so severe when the upcoming global financial implosion hits.

    When the time comes, the Koreans will have to be deported back to Korea.

    What do you plan to do with people of partial Korean (and the rest white) ancestry?

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  203. @Twinkie

    Interesting but not as persuasive as the voting tables after the 2016 election.
     
    That Manhattan Institute study has been running for many years now. Election results are snapshots and do not provide a good measure of attitudes over time.

    Furthermore - and this is just pure speculation based on absolutely nothing - I get the feeling that Asian-Americans aren't really into supporting "Trumpian"* white nationalism and instead are far more supportive of, say, Reaganite civic nationalism.

    *Yes, I know Trump and Trumpism - whatever it may be - are not white nationalist. But that's what both the MSM and some white nationalists claimed, something that naturally received much coverage.

    Indians and Koreans also differ in another respect: there’s a hell of a lot more Indians.
     
    There are about twice as many of the former as the latter. But what's shocking is the growth rate of the former. Very high in the last decade. Also, Koreans born in America have very high rates of intermarriage (mostly with whites) and the offspring tends to identify as white (as is common with Americans of partly-Japanese ancestry).

    I patronize businesses owned by Koreans and Indians. From these interactions I will take K over I any day of the week. I could elaborate but too late in the AM. I am wary of Chinese that immigrate here because their country is an economic rival, and too much spying by Chinese here. One day China will be an enemy with war etc.

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    Sikhs are politer than average Indians. Goanese too, but not too many of them around here.
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  204. @Anonym
    They often ended up having to call Jews back as Royal Officials could not run banks. Literacy was Jews secret weapon.

    Yes, the English were so useless they had to resort to employing this notorious numbskull.

    http://www.royalmintmuseum.org.uk/history/people/mint-officials/isaac-newton/

    Whiskey, when you can't even admit your own Jewish heritage despite it being obvious to everyone concerned, you build your whole credibility on a foundation of bad faith quicksand. At least Jack D admits it. I think even Corvinus does.

    He’s not Jewish while you post as an anonymous clown. You got some nerve ragging on Mr W.

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  205. @ChrisZ
    In the protesters photo, I appreciate the moxie of the sign that reads, from a distance, “OC CHILDREN BETTER”—with the word “deserve” printed in unreadable type somewhere in between. The roar of a passive-aggressive Tiger Mom.

    Eh, it would be fairly readable if the photographer had the right F-stop. Tiger Moms probably wouldn’t claim OC Children are better, because most OC kids are white, spoiled brats that go on to make a quarter the income their parents, born elsewhere, do.

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  206. @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    "Maybe all the white homeless people you see are just white people who majored in liberal arts and they were outcompeted by asians who picked a better career."

    Not sure if your comment is throwaway humor or pure stupidity.

    Most homeless, 95% plus, are deeply committed drug addicts -- so committed that they forego housing, indoor plumbing, employment of any sort, and basic hygiene to stay high 24/7. The other 5% are so mentally deranged, usually from current or past drug abuse, that they can't maintain employment, though they'd prefer living like a normal citizen.

    Portland OR wants to convert a defunct (in fact never used) prison and surrounding environs into a homeless shelter. City leaders are pitching it as a compassionate solution to help the homeless, but really they just want to clean up downtown Portland. The problem is it's far from all the drugs and booze that fuel the homeless alternative deathstyle, so nobody will show up.

    I disagree with the percentages. I’d say 80% drug addicts. Of the remaining 20% , the mental problems probably drove the drug use for most of them, rather than the other way around, but the drug abuse certainly didn’t stabilize their disorders.

    btw, clearly he was joking.

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  207. @Charles Pewitt
    I don't care if the Korean infiltrators are Christians. When the time comes, the Koreans will have to be deported back to Korea. The United States is the home of European Whites.

    European Christendom is more about the European than it is about the Christian. We're going back to blood, says the writer who likes to wear White. The most important thing is to keep the Anglo-Celts in the Southern states and the Germans in the Great Lakes states together in a voting bloc and a potential fighting army when Civil War II breaks out.

    Christianity is no longer a fighting faith. Pope Tango and the leaders of the Protestant churches have been pushing nation-wrecking mass immigration at a feverish pitch. If a religion no longer is a fighting faith, then it is a croaking faith. Most young men, and middle age guys and geezers, too, want to fight to defend and protect their people and tribe. Christianity has been de-fanged and de-clawed.

    General George Washington and General Andrew Jackson were Christians, but they were Christian Warriors. Most of the generals currently in the US military who claim to be Christians are really just Mammonites who worship globalization and multiculturalism and the American Empire. The American Empire will prove to be a false god for these treasonous scoundrels.

    The United States will remove and deport its infiltrator populations, and that includes the Korean infiltrators.

    The above won't sound so severe when the upcoming global financial implosion hits.

    The United States will remove and deport its infiltrator populations, and that includes the Korean infiltrators.

    I think this is a scenario that might have played out during Jim Crow. But Jim Crow itself was a unique era. No one had seen anything like it before. And the likelihood is that we won’t see a repeat of this ever. It was a product of a certain time and consciousness.

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  208. @Ivy
    Joe,
    For more entertainment you need to check out the newspapers behind the Orange Curtain.

    https://www.ocregister.com/2018/04/06/with-california-taxpayers-facing-a-1-trillion-unfunded-pension-liability-lawmakers-focus-on-foam-and-plastic-straws/

    Ivy, strange country our host lives in.

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  209. @Twinkie

    J. Ross and his ilk
     
    Please do elaborate.

    Please do elaborate.

    White Trashionalists tend to have quantitative abilities that are extremely substandard. They are far too innumerate to understand tables, graphs, and charts.

    You will see this for yourself if you present solid data to them that refutes any of their beliefs.

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    White Trashionalists
     
    Have you heard this idea that ad hominem is a sign of a weak argument, which in turn is a product of a feeble mind?
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  210. @Clyde
    I patronize businesses owned by Koreans and Indians. From these interactions I will take K over I any day of the week. I could elaborate but too late in the AM. I am wary of Chinese that immigrate here because their country is an economic rival, and too much spying by Chinese here. One day China will be an enemy with war etc.

    Sikhs are politer than average Indians. Goanese too, but not too many of them around here.

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  211. @Thomm

    Please do elaborate.
     
    White Trashionalists tend to have quantitative abilities that are extremely substandard. They are far too innumerate to understand tables, graphs, and charts.

    You will see this for yourself if you present solid data to them that refutes any of their beliefs.

    White Trashionalists

    Have you heard this idea that ad hominem is a sign of a weak argument, which in turn is a product of a feeble mind?

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  212. @Thomm

    On the other hand, Korean immigration is drying up.
     
    Only because North Korea does not let people out.

    If North Korea let people freely leave, about 5M more Koreans would come to America (some from NK, some from SK who want to get away from NK competition for jobs).


    The fastest growing demographic among Asians in American are Indians and the largest segment is still Chinese. Sadly, both display the lowest rates of assimilation among Asian immigrants,
     
    Define 'assimilation'. Becoming Christian might matter, except that American churches are now just pulpits of cuckservative feminism. Rather, economic performance is a more objective measure. Koreans don't stack up to well on this metric. Filipinos and Indians are the top.

    http://assets.pewresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2017/09/08091819/FT_17.09.08_asian_income.png

    https://www.manhattan-institute.org/pdf/cr_76.pdf

    Assimilation is not about income though there is an economic dimension. There are social and civic components. Read the study.

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  213. There’s not much doubt that in geopolitics China is going to be the biggest problem for what’s left of the West. Perhaps it will turn out to be the case that Chinese immigrants will turn out to be a bigger problem than Mexicans, Somalis, or Indians.

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