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Three days before Ismaaiyl Brinsley murdered two NYPD cops as his contribution to the campaign of the Obama Administration, the prestige press, and goodthinkers everywhere against white haters murdering black babies like Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and Eric Garner, I wrote in Taki’s Magazine:

This fringe coalition is fragile in another sense as well: if the underlying engine of your politics is hate (as suggested by all these hate hoaxes that are the KKKrazy Glue of the Obama coalition), you are going to attract and excite a lot of psychologically fragile fringe personalities. And they tend to repel the normal and healthy.

The “social justice” brand appeals to the unhappy and unsettled. More than a few aren’t quite right in the head: the criminal, the paranoid, the fantasists, and those obsessed with obscure ancestral vendettas. By working so hard to lure in individuals motivated by their anger at cisgendered straight white males, the progressives wind up encouraging and highlighting borderline personalities, such as Michael Brown (a mentally stable 6’4”, 290-pound black teenager would have been spending August at football practice, not knocking over convenience stores) and the cast of crazies in the U. of Virginia gang rape hoax.

The spirit of the age appeals most to the most troubled spirits.

It’s inevitable that the Democrats’ Coalition of the Fringes will attract fringe personalities, but the President of the United States should not use the power and prestige of his office to exacerbate their unhinged fantasies about murder and rape. Obama and his underlings have been playing with extremely dangerous themes for their own political benefit. They ought to stop.

 
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  1. I suppose The Left has a “social conscience” rather than an actual one.

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  2. This will get much worse in years to come. Once Obamski is out of office and no longer constrained by Presidential decorum, watch out. He’ll be out-Sharptoning Sharpton every chance he gets. When he said “fundamental transformation” he was being quite literal, and uncharacteristically honest as well.

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  3. The “social justice” brand appeals to the unhappy and unsettled.

    The Christmas gift that keeps on giving.

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  4. There’s a lot of things our government ought to do, but somehow they don’t do them.

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  5. Newark police are suspending single man patrols.

    Toronto Police Association: Cool the Anti-Police Rhetoric

    Perhaps the cops are ready to set up shop in Dunkin Donuts like in the 1970s?

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  6. The “social justice” brand appeals to the unhappy and unsettled. More than a few aren’t quite right in the head: the criminal, the paranoid, the fantasists, and those obsessed with obscure ancestral vendettas.

    Wow, Steve, I would say you were the Amazing Kreskin, however, it’s really just about noticing things.

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  7. The hi-IQ Senator Chuckie Schumer likes to come up with Democrat buzzwords and propaganda slogans. In the early Obama presidency he used to always use the word divisive and dividers when talking about Republicans. Talk about projection! Obama/Holder/Democrats have been in hyper divisive mode for at least two years as they cynically stir up blacks (cops are killing black baby bodies), women (contraceptives and rape fantasies) to get them to the polls on election day.

    “Black bodies” has got to be out of critical race theory from the universities where useless PhD eaters get paid well for teaching useless courses on wymon’s studies and various black and minority studies.

    “G.Y.: The fear of black bodies — the racist mythopoetic constructions of black bodies …” wtf?

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  8. Someone on Twitter made a good point: after Gabrielle Giffords was shot (by a nutcase, as it turned out), the left was quick to blame political rhetoric by Sarah Palin, the Tea Party, etc. Now, they can’t imagine a connection.

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    Here's what Bernie Sanders had to say in a fundraising letter built on the Giffords shooting, "Have right-wing reactionaries, through threats and acts of violence, intimidated people with different points of view from expressing their political positions?"

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/sanders-fundraises-arizona-murders_533487.html
    , @Ed
    The left wing & even some conservatives refuse to even consider that the rhetoric of the past few months led to this tragedy. They keep comparing this to Giffords/Palin. However Gifford's shooter never once cited Palin's crosshairs in any of his writings. The crosshairs was the media specious attempt to link the Tea Party to the carnage.

    The media and political elites have spent months crafting the narrative that cops are executing black men at will. The cop killer directly referenced why he killed these cops by linking up popular protest hashtags. Now the media wants to feign ignorance. That's absurd & the right should not allow them to getaway with it.
    , @Adam1
    Note that the connection between political ideology and violence was explicitly made by Brinsley himself in his online posts, whereas the Giffords shooter's online posts were the confused, nonsensical ramblings of a raving lunatic under the spell of schizophrenia. After the Tucson massacre, we were subject to a concerted propaganda effort that told us to engage in "civil dialogue", even though there was no link between political rhetoric and the shooter's motivation. Now I doubt there will be many calls for soul-searching, even though the anti-police rhetoric of major Democrat politicians and media personalities played a significant role in stirring up an atmosphere of hate.
    , @NOTA
    It was bullshit then, and it's bullshit now.

    The usual pattern is:

    a. Some nutcase does some awful thing that can be linked to your side.

    b. People on my side spend a lot of effort tarring your whole side with the nutcase's actions, entirely sidestepping any point or argument your side might have.

    c. People on my side have their beliefs (that your side is all a bunch of knockle-draggers) reenforced, people on your side see this as yet another example of how my side plays unfair, and nobody has to twitch a single brain cell or learn anything new or understand anyone's arguments.

    d. A couple years later, the whole thing repeats on the other side. My side and yours switch beliefs about whether nutcases vaguely associated with someone's side should be used to attack their side.

    This is a pattern of people going out of their way to make themselve dumber, and succeeding.

    Really, the claims about police brutality and racism should be evaluated on their own merits, just like claims about whether abortion should be legal ought to be separate from what you think of some nutcase who shoots an abortionist, just like claims about whether we ought to have troops in Iraq should be separate from some nutcase shooting up an army base or recruiting station.

    Way, way too much of our political and media culture are designed to give crazy people lots of influence--the loudest and nuttiest protesters get the most coverage, a terrorist attack by half a dozen unemployable losers can force us into a war, etc. We need less of this, not more.
    , @Wilkey
    And the absurdity of connecting Palin and the Tea Party to the shooting is that all they could point to was random political rhetoric of the kind engaged in by EVERYONE, plus a map Palin released "targeting" Gifford's district along with several others, as if that kind of stuff isn't done all the time. Hell, much of the language of political campaigns - including the word "campaign" itself - is of martial origin.

    In this case we have Barack Obama and dozens of other Democratic politicians actively egging on protesters against the police, actively supporting the claims of police brutality.
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  9. The same argument applies to “campus rape syndrome” and the thousands of military sexual assault claims.

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  10. Non-blacks need to learn the facts about black IQ and other racial differences and stop saying that differences in college graduation rates and incarceration rates are signs of discrimination. It is not necessary for everyone to explicitly discuss the 1+ standard deviation difference in IQ, but this should be background knowledge. The resentment of some blacks toward whites is a natural result of their constantly being told that their would be equal outcomes in a fair society.

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    "Non-blacks need to learn the facts about black IQ and other racial differences and stop saying that differences in college graduation rates and incarceration rates are signs of discrimination."

    I say we should drop the IQ angle somewhat. When we say blacks are less intelligent, we sound mean. Also, whites lose their fear of blacks and see blacks as objects of pity. Oh, those Negroes failing in schools need our support and love.

    What we need to do is make white folks fear Negroes. We need to emphasize difference in physical power. Michael Brown. Burly-ass Negro who pushed around a dotter. The NY Negro. A bigger and burlier Negro that required so many cops to take him down.

    If armed cops have such trouble dealing with Negro, what about the rest of Americans who are not cops? They are helpless. It's all because Negroes are stronger and often bigger.

    That should be the main emphasis on the Right.

    All this IQ talk just make white Libs feel even more sympathy for the Negroes. Poor poor things need pre-K education. They need better teachers. They need better lunches. And etc.

    Don't make Negroes the object of sympathy. Make Negroes the source of white fear that is utterly justified.
    The white officer in Ferguson had a car, badge, and gun, but he was still attacked by a young Negro. Imagine if he were a civilian.

    THAT is the main problem.

    It's the Negro FU than IQ that is truly problematic.
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  11. @Dave Pinsen
    Someone on Twitter made a good point: after Gabrielle Giffords was shot (by a nutcase, as it turned out), the left was quick to blame political rhetoric by Sarah Palin, the Tea Party, etc. Now, they can't imagine a connection.

    Here’s what Bernie Sanders had to say in a fundraising letter built on the Giffords shooting, “Have right-wing reactionaries, through threats and acts of violence, intimidated people with different points of view from expressing their political positions?”

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/sanders-fundraises-arizona-murders_533487.html

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  12. OT: 60 minutes last night, report on Cuba. The US ambassador to be, on station in Cuba, said his office is getting 500 Visa applications per day from Cubans wanting to travel to the US. No follow up questions. How many are expected to return?

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    OT: 60 minutes last night, report on Cuba. The US ambassador to be, on station in Cuba, said his office is getting 500 Visa applications per day from Cubans wanting to travel to the US. No follow up questions. How many are expected to return?
     
    Why do you think Obama made this move? Loads of new Democrat voters 5-10 years out. Get ready for a flood of legal and illegal Cuban immigration. Immigrants who have grown up under Castro style socialism thus will make loyal gimme gimme gimme Democrat voters. Also because they will trend to be poor and immigrant poor vote for pro-gimme candidates
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  13. My reading of this is that Obama has not particularly engaged in over the top rhetoric– though clearly others, —Sharpton, DeBlasio, much of the liberal media — have. And I think the conflation of Sharpton/Obama done by some commenters on this site is delusional. Obama is a mixed race liberal intellectual of East African descent, who sometimes poses as an African-American. But he has to fake it. (and I agree with his foreign policy instincts more than those of just about any prominent Republican, leaving me politically homeless). That said, there is no analyst in the country better than Steve since the present political period –Ferguson/UVA — started.

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    The conflation of Sharpton/Obama is delusional? Sharpton has logged sixty SIXTY White House visits. Your beloved Obama is a racist thug.
    , @Nickg
    Spot on!
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  14. Who could have seen this police shooting coming? It was completely unforeseeable and disconnected from the chants of “Kill the Cops” at the rallies. Those were justifiably angry and upset people just letting off steam, like when Michael Brown’s father yelled out that crowd should burn Ferguson down.

    This is totally unlike the Giffords situation, where the Tea Party, with cold calculation, placed a TARGET on a map of her district in their campaign literature, as a dog whistle to their supporters that they should assassinate her. Now it’s true that Democrats often speak of targets as well – e.g. we are targeting a reduction in the rate of female sexual assault from 1 in 5 to zero. But Democrats are not right-wing gun nuts who shoot at actual targets, so when we say it, it means something else, just as when we say “Kill the Cops” we don’t literally mean, kill the cops. We are peace loving people who would never even eat meat, let alone kill someone.

    What you say, Steve Sailer clearly saw this coming? Who is Steve Sailer? Look, a squirrel!

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  15. The Obama Administration says it still is investigating the possibility of indicting George Zimmerman for violating the civil rights of Trayvon Martin.

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    Re Obama/Holder still trying to put Zimmerman in prison - yes, I think they still have a grand jury going and a couple months ago, they called in a former neighbor of Zimmerman's.

    The racial grievancing has expanded way beyond attacking the police by now. All white people, we're all mistreating blacks constantly, especially black elites. Michelle Obama got asked to reach something off a high shelf; Barack Obama gets treated like he's a car valet (I do not believe that); Charles Blow is treated like a sales clerk almost every time he goes to a department store.

    The media wants to tsk tsk the police for turning their backs to DeBlasio. Hopefully the police will keep it up now that they have the upper hand politically. That's what all the race hustlers would do. Blow's current NYTimes column is about a crime from the early 1940s.
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  16. I wonder if there will be any more Ferguson/Garner protests in NY.

    If there are, I wonder if the police will be willing to exert any effort to keep the protests lawful.

    If they aren’t willing, I wonder if the “protesters” will sense that and run amok.

    This is not idle speculation. This is exactly what happened in 1992 in LA after the Rodney King verdict.

    I don’t think this will happen, though, because I think the double cop murder will take the wind out of the protest sails.

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  17. I assume you have seen the photo of the police with their backs literally turned to De Blasio. This is a highly symbolic photo. Police officers are quintessential middle class working people. Note that I don’t say white – it’s notable that the assassinated officers were an Asian and a Hispanic. In the past, Democrats could lure such people into supporting them with the promise of free goodies – generous pensions, oversight boards that would not ask difficult questions when you wanted to retire early on “disability”, etc. But no amount of free goodies will compensate when you are dead. By showing themselves as the Party of the Mob (not just the Black Party, but the party that supports mob (“social”) justice rather than the actual justice system with its due process protections) they have lost the middle class, even the unionized civil servants that were a core constituency for them.

    The “elect a new people” strategy may have backfired. Democrats assumed that every immigrant was an automatic Democrat vote, but the truth is that many Asians and Hispanics don’t particularly like blacks, especially when they shoot members of their races and that many immigrants have middle class values that are antithetical to those of the Party of Mob Justice. So the immigrant vote may not be as much of a lock as they thought it was, and meanwhile they have alienated many whites as well. In retrospect, if they really wanted to elect a new people who would favor them, they should have set things up for more immigration from Africa.

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  18. A succinct way to summarize why Eric Holder has blood on his racist hands:

    “When a black criminal was shot attacking a police officer, Eric Holder consoled the criminal’s family and snubbed the cop and his family.”

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  19. Unsurprisingly, the victims of the great struggle against white-oppression-over-people-of-color are named Ramos and Liu. And the stores which get looted are owned by guys named Patel. Just like the Korean shopkeepers who had to lose their businesses because white cops beat up a black guy.

    No wonder so many whites are eager to stoke the uprising against white oppression. They are not the ones paying the price.

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    Apparrently that hammer-murder doesn't count for you anymore than it does for them. Megaphone wins again!
    , @William Badwhite
    "Unsurprisingly, the victims of the great struggle against white-oppression-over-people-of-color are named Ramos and Liu. And the stores which get looted are owned by guys named Patel. Just like the Korean shopkeepers who had to lose their businesses because white cops beat up a black guy."

    Yeah, those 3 incidents are the sum total of black mayhem in 2014. There were no black-on-white incidents at all. Whites are making it all up.

    Idiot.
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  20. @Dave Pinsen
    Someone on Twitter made a good point: after Gabrielle Giffords was shot (by a nutcase, as it turned out), the left was quick to blame political rhetoric by Sarah Palin, the Tea Party, etc. Now, they can't imagine a connection.

    The left wing & even some conservatives refuse to even consider that the rhetoric of the past few months led to this tragedy. They keep comparing this to Giffords/Palin. However Gifford’s shooter never once cited Palin’s crosshairs in any of his writings. The crosshairs was the media specious attempt to link the Tea Party to the carnage.

    The media and political elites have spent months crafting the narrative that cops are executing black men at will. The cop killer directly referenced why he killed these cops by linking up popular protest hashtags. Now the media wants to feign ignorance. That’s absurd & the right should not allow them to getaway with it.

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    “There’s a mistrust and antagonism between teachers and students because authority hasn’t traditionally been good to them,” he said. “Their experiences in the education system have been coercive. It’s not really clear to them what the value of academic knowledge actually is. If they come here with the goal of doing something very specific — to become a stewardess, or a makeup artist — they may think, ‘What’s the point?’

    Ir reality, a fair number of them have probably had little authority at all in their lives, and the "coercive" educational experience could probably be characterized as pleading and accommodating.

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  22. Somewhat OT: http://news.yahoo.com/what-ferguson-can-learn-from-the-lapd-214547339.html

    This reporter slyly (or perhaps ignorantly) uses the Rampart scandal as the nadir of LAPD’s treatment of blacks. No mention, of course, of the race of the officers involved in said scandal.

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  23. WhatEvvs [AKA "Bemused"] says:

    This is Freddie’s Fashion Mart part deux.

    http://tinyurl.com/p9abe9e

    It’s interesting to see what is the first entry if you key in “Freddie’s Fashion Mart” (in quotation marks). Progress of sorts.

    Brinsley is a 2014 hologram of Roland J. Smith Jr. His core insanity has nothing to do with race, but the way he acted it out does, and the megaphone’s job is to drown that out.

    The common element is Al Sharpton throwing a lit match into the barrel.

    But I don’t remember David Dinkins having Sharpie over to Gracie Mansion. That low, he never sunk. I think.

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  24. sailer wrote:

    The spirit of the age appeals most to the most troubled spirits.

    The “most troubled spirits” will always fall in line with whatever propaganda the elite are pushing. The “spirit of the age” is whatever propaganda the plutocrats and mega-corporations think will make them the most money. And so the media falls in line with whatever propaganda is the order of the age.

    The “most troubled spirits” are most easily influenced, and so they are in a sense the most willing of the army of the elite.

    The least “troubled” of the populace are those that reject whatever ideologies are being pushed by the most powerful institutions.

    The more “troubled” a person, the more likely they are to be influenced by elite-centric propaganda.

    And then you have those that are not “troubled” at all, but see which way the wind is blowing and help propagate the elite propaganda in order to get ahead–riding the coattails of whatever propaganda the elite have been pushing.

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  25. “They ought to stop.”

    And deprive us of entertainment?

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  26. @Dave Pinsen
    Someone on Twitter made a good point: after Gabrielle Giffords was shot (by a nutcase, as it turned out), the left was quick to blame political rhetoric by Sarah Palin, the Tea Party, etc. Now, they can't imagine a connection.

    Note that the connection between political ideology and violence was explicitly made by Brinsley himself in his online posts, whereas the Giffords shooter’s online posts were the confused, nonsensical ramblings of a raving lunatic under the spell of schizophrenia. After the Tucson massacre, we were subject to a concerted propaganda effort that told us to engage in “civil dialogue”, even though there was no link between political rhetoric and the shooter’s motivation. Now I doubt there will be many calls for soul-searching, even though the anti-police rhetoric of major Democrat politicians and media personalities played a significant role in stirring up an atmosphere of hate.

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  27. Maybe the Smith College president can demand an apology from her nitwit students. Or the student council could show a bit of grace and pass a resolution simply saying “All lives matter”.

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  28. […] Source: Steve Sailer […]

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  29. @Dave Pinsen
    Someone on Twitter made a good point: after Gabrielle Giffords was shot (by a nutcase, as it turned out), the left was quick to blame political rhetoric by Sarah Palin, the Tea Party, etc. Now, they can't imagine a connection.

    It was bullshit then, and it’s bullshit now.

    The usual pattern is:

    a. Some nutcase does some awful thing that can be linked to your side.

    b. People on my side spend a lot of effort tarring your whole side with the nutcase’s actions, entirely sidestepping any point or argument your side might have.

    c. People on my side have their beliefs (that your side is all a bunch of knockle-draggers) reenforced, people on your side see this as yet another example of how my side plays unfair, and nobody has to twitch a single brain cell or learn anything new or understand anyone’s arguments.

    d. A couple years later, the whole thing repeats on the other side. My side and yours switch beliefs about whether nutcases vaguely associated with someone’s side should be used to attack their side.

    This is a pattern of people going out of their way to make themselve dumber, and succeeding.

    Really, the claims about police brutality and racism should be evaluated on their own merits, just like claims about whether abortion should be legal ought to be separate from what you think of some nutcase who shoots an abortionist, just like claims about whether we ought to have troops in Iraq should be separate from some nutcase shooting up an army base or recruiting station.

    Way, way too much of our political and media culture are designed to give crazy people lots of influence–the loudest and nuttiest protesters get the most coverage, a terrorist attack by half a dozen unemployable losers can force us into a war, etc. We need less of this, not more.

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    My side and yours switch beliefs about whether nutcases vaguely associated with someone’s side should be used to attack their side.
     
    Ok, if you said Timouthy McVeigh was "vaguely associated" with the Republican Party, you would only barely be completely wrong.

    Ismaaiyl Brinsley, on his way to kill two cops, posted on the internet "I'm putting wings on pigs today. They take 1 of ours … let's take 2 of theirs."

    Ismaaiyl was "vaguely associated" with race-baiters in the same way that Sinn Fein was (is?) "vaguely associated" with the IRA. In other words, this isn't a case of "vague association". This is a case of direct action inspired by our megaphone wielding elite in a manner which can be described as just short of coordinated.

    , @Anonymous
    Well done. As nonsensical as "Gingrich caused McVeigh".
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  30. @Dave Pinsen
    Someone on Twitter made a good point: after Gabrielle Giffords was shot (by a nutcase, as it turned out), the left was quick to blame political rhetoric by Sarah Palin, the Tea Party, etc. Now, they can't imagine a connection.

    And the absurdity of connecting Palin and the Tea Party to the shooting is that all they could point to was random political rhetoric of the kind engaged in by EVERYONE, plus a map Palin released “targeting” Gifford’s district along with several others, as if that kind of stuff isn’t done all the time. Hell, much of the language of political campaigns – including the word “campaign” itself – is of martial origin.

    In this case we have Barack Obama and dozens of other Democratic politicians actively egging on protesters against the police, actively supporting the claims of police brutality.

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  31. Any moves yet to name some streets or schools after Martin-Brown-Garner? After all, there are plenty of those named after Malcolm Little- otherwise styled Malcolm X- who died in a hail of gunfire. That seems to be the main qualification for hero status, to die violently. Much of this can be laid at the feet of white enablers. Sharpton didn’t hire himself for his television show. The current president has received a lot of unwarranted adulation including a Nobel Peace Prize for doing nothing whatsoever. When he first ran for the presidency there were all these people on television who had tears in their eyes- tears in their eyes!!- after hearing him give a speech, quietly sobbing like so many lovesick puppies. That was a mind-boggler. Anyway, a hedgehog doesn’t stop being one just because they’ve had a haircut and Mr. Sailer correctly identified him as a race-man right from the very beginning even as others were puzzling over what we might have here. The mainstream media connived to present a sanitized image of him, smoothing over the path to the presidency. The 60′s were full of shootouts between black militants and police with a lot of race riots thrown in so it’s back to the future for us.

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  32. Steve, I think you’re playing a little rope-a-dope here. For others who don’t appreciate Steve’s drollery, finesse and fine sense of irony: they cannot stop until no black man is ever mistaken for a valet. Or until all the (white) bullies and rapists are sedated or gelded. They have no other options. Zero. The train is out of the station.

    Probably the most honest thing Obama let slip was how pragmatic Democrats are.

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  33. I think what you meant to say is that Obama is an irresponsible scumbag, and he should try to be less of one. But I get your point.

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  34. @NOTA
    It was bullshit then, and it's bullshit now.

    The usual pattern is:

    a. Some nutcase does some awful thing that can be linked to your side.

    b. People on my side spend a lot of effort tarring your whole side with the nutcase's actions, entirely sidestepping any point or argument your side might have.

    c. People on my side have their beliefs (that your side is all a bunch of knockle-draggers) reenforced, people on your side see this as yet another example of how my side plays unfair, and nobody has to twitch a single brain cell or learn anything new or understand anyone's arguments.

    d. A couple years later, the whole thing repeats on the other side. My side and yours switch beliefs about whether nutcases vaguely associated with someone's side should be used to attack their side.

    This is a pattern of people going out of their way to make themselve dumber, and succeeding.

    Really, the claims about police brutality and racism should be evaluated on their own merits, just like claims about whether abortion should be legal ought to be separate from what you think of some nutcase who shoots an abortionist, just like claims about whether we ought to have troops in Iraq should be separate from some nutcase shooting up an army base or recruiting station.

    Way, way too much of our political and media culture are designed to give crazy people lots of influence--the loudest and nuttiest protesters get the most coverage, a terrorist attack by half a dozen unemployable losers can force us into a war, etc. We need less of this, not more.

    My side and yours switch beliefs about whether nutcases vaguely associated with someone’s side should be used to attack their side.

    Ok, if you said Timouthy McVeigh was “vaguely associated” with the Republican Party, you would only barely be completely wrong.

    Ismaaiyl Brinsley, on his way to kill two cops, posted on the internet “I’m putting wings on pigs today. They take 1 of ours … let’s take 2 of theirs.”

    Ismaaiyl was “vaguely associated” with race-baiters in the same way that Sinn Fein was (is?) “vaguely associated” with the IRA. In other words, this isn’t a case of “vague association”. This is a case of direct action inspired by our megaphone wielding elite in a manner which can be described as just short of coordinated.

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    In a court of law, that might be hard to prove. But we aren't in a court of law. We only get to vote, organize, hire, work, and donate to whom we choose; at least for now.
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  35. The fringe coalition wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for the MSM playing the role of the organ grinder for the monkeys(the coalition of hate).

    Remember the McMartin pre-school molestation case – all ginned up by the MSM.

    The MSM played the Rodney King beating 7×24 until it generated a massive riot.

    Duke U – they tried, convicted the LaCrosse players in the court of the MSM even though they were innocent.

    When Richard Jewel tried to save people from the bomb planted at the Olympics he was demonized by the press.

    When Loughner killed those people at Giffords meet up, they blamed conservative whites and Palin.

    When Zimmerman plugged a thug, they turned him into a racist white dude.

    They went out of there way to turn Brown, Trayvon and Garner into saints to further generate hate and possible violence against whites.

    Look how they made the Sony Executives out to be raging racists for some rather bland emails.

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  36. I kind of suspect that Obama-Holder-Sharpton-DeBlasio aren’t capable of any response other than doubling down.

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    No, they aren't. It will be interesting to see how De Blasio reacts in the coming three years. He is in hock to Sharpton. Sharpton yanks his chain.

    I voted for Thompson and then Lhota, because I had a feeling something like this would happen.

    I know that David Horowitz probably isn't very popular around here but he wrote a very prophetic piece:

    http://www.frontpagemag.com/2014/david-horowitz/the-lefts-war-against-justice-and-peace/

    The mobs who have occupied our streets are not protesting injustice. They are a lynch mob demanding their due. They want officers of the law handcuffed and hung, and criminals (aka “political prisoners”) set free. They want honest juries disbanded, and racist judgments the rule.

    Understand that our president and his chief civil rights officer, who are encouraging the “protests,” are racists, as is the Democratic Party which exerts monopoly control over every major inner city in America. Why else would Obama and Holder look to Al Sharpton, who is certainly the nation’s most prominent racist, as their chief adviser on race relations?

    Al Sharpton is author of the fundamental transformation of the civil rights movement into a racial lynch mob, which took place decades ago
     
    He wrote this December 10.

    Prediction: Obama will make a deal for Joanne Chesimard and then pardon her. She killed cops.
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  37. If we’re to be honest, it’s pretty clear that the cop killer was motivated by mental illness and the desire to take out a few before offing himself, rather than ideology.

    That he killed the most convenient two cops rather than targeting Whites should’ve shown us that.

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    If we’re to be honest, it’s pretty clear that the cop killer was motivated by mental illness and the desire to take out a few before offing himself, rather than ideology.
     
    Isn't that the point, that they will always be motivated by mental illness? The "unhappy and the unsettled." Not too many cops are killed by the happy and settled.
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  38. It was hard to make a real case that Brown and Garner were killed because of their race. So the best the protesters could do was claim that they wouldn’t be dead if they were white.

    On the other hand, it’s totally obvious that Ramos and Liu were killed because of their race. They weren’t killed simply because they were cops, they were killed because they weren’t *black* cops. Even the tweeting psycho could see that killing black cops doesn’t send the message that #BlackLivesMatter. Killing a Hispanic and an Asian? That’s perfectly fine.

    But Ramos and Liu wont trigger a conversation on Hispanic and Asian lives, they were simply cop lives. A white mayor, a white police union chief, Sharpton, Holder and Obama will have the conversation on their behalf.

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  39. dearieme said, “I suppose The Left has a “social conscience” rather than an actual one.” Well said. Just as The Left is obsessed with “social justice” rather than actual justice.

    Steve, a very serious question . In light of recent events, have you considered rethinking or tweaking that whole “citizenist” concept? I realized it was your response mainly to unchecked immigration but it does have broader implications.

    You write, “I call it ‘citizenism’ because it affirms that true patriots and idealists are willing to make sacrifices for the overall good of their fellow American citizens rather than for the advantage of either six billion foreigners or of the special interests within our own country.”

    http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/americans-first/

    Fine as far as it goes. But it seems to me that what we have now is government-mandated and coerced sacrifices for foreigners and even worse, for the special interests in our country. So what should the response of patriots and idealists be to this really dire situation?

    FWIW, this is a pretty much the kind of presidency I predicted Obama would have. I knew he would embolden blacks in a very concrete way and white leftists would slurp it all up, his inflammatory rhetorical and dog-whistling and blacks’ response. But it has been more pyrotechnical than even I gloomily imagined.

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  40. @Jimmie
    Unsurprisingly, the victims of the great struggle against white-oppression-over-people-of-color are named Ramos and Liu. And the stores which get looted are owned by guys named Patel. Just like the Korean shopkeepers who had to lose their businesses because white cops beat up a black guy.

    No wonder so many whites are eager to stoke the uprising against white oppression. They are not the ones paying the price.

    Apparrently that hammer-murder doesn’t count for you anymore than it does for them. Megaphone wins again!

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    Dennis, I was well aware of the hammer murder when I wrote my post. But my comment was about reaction to the murders and it didn't apply to the hammer murder because there WAS no reaction!

    My point was simply this: we're supposed to have some national conversation about policing and race. But Hispanic and Asian cops getting killed explicitly because of their race, the reaction is for whites and blacks to carry on that conversation on their behalf, the cops' race doesn't enter into the picture at all.

    I'm not faulting the union rep for being white at all, since he never made it about race in the first place. I'm talking about the other side suddenly leaving race entirely out of the picture when it comes to these dead cops.

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  41. Steve, the fragility of the coalition is not from borderline personalities. It is in the MONEY!

    If Ferguson, and St. Louis gets burnt to the ground, who loses MONEY? Not anyone important and connected. By contrast, the War of New York City is going to lose a LOT of people who are important and connected a lot and lot of money.

    New York City is one of the global cities where rich foreigners park their money, usually in real estate, to keep said money away from their own political leaders and rivals. Hence the extraordinary growth in real estate fortunes. Now, turning New York City into Taxi Driver is good winning strategy for votes. Di Blasio won’t lose any real support from two cops being murdered — di Blasio is the BLACK Mayor and as others noted, rode his Black son’s Afro into the Mayor’s Office.

    But as the cops go back to eating donuts — the union has already told them to go slow in enforcement — and adopt situational awareness where every Black person has to be considered a mortal threat, because they are — Taxi Driver New York City equals a massive real estate dump and massive losses for powerful, connected people: the Pritzkers, Gates, Buffett, Murdoch, etc.

    The central problem of our elites is that they are stupid. They rise not on merit but heredity and social connections, and subscribe to an idiot PC religion that as Paul Gottfried in VDARE (if you don’t read VDARE you should) notes is post-Christian with explicit Christian symbols and theology grafted onto Marxism.

    Thus stupid moves to rile up Black violence for votes not being able to think two steps ahead and realize that NYC wealth will be flushed down the toilet for the nation to see — and make enemies out of the powerful global oligarchs who invested money there.

    THAT is the fragility. The destruction of oligarch wealth which WILL generate a reprisal.

    Obama’s real motivation for pushing anti-White hatred among Blacks is of course to stop Hillary! from winning the nomination. The two hate each other, and Obama wants to cement his credibility by annointing another Black man as successor. Probably frequent guest Al Sharpton.

    Don’t laugh. Al Sharpton now has approval on all Sony Pictures movies, according to Amy Pascal, and has insisted on Idris Elba as the new James Bond after Daniel Craig does his last movie after Spectre. Reportedly, all Sony movies will feature majority Black casts particularly in lead roles and Black themed storylines. Al Sharpton is the go-to guy for the networks and media on Black issues and is regarded as the Black Civil Rights elder statesman.

    I’ve yet to see any reason why Sharpton cannot replicate the Obama feat of capturing the nomination — Blacks make up the majority of voters by a huge margin in the South and in many other states; in places like Iowa and New Hampshire with few Blacks, Blacks are a sacred totem of worship in the new PC religion. Against Jeb Bush even Sharpton could win; against someone more rational probably not, if the global Oligarch money lines up against him.

    You cannot have a society that worships all things Black and not have a Black President to match all those movies and TV shows. My guess is we see a massive Derbyshire Cold Civil War with global Oligarchs figuring out that All Black All the Time turns their investments into Detroit Real Estate. Matched against the real power of Black votes in cities where they are the absolute majority.

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    Whiskey, you said: "Blacks make up the majority of voters by a huge margin in the South and in many other states"

    Blacks make up the majority of voting age population only in the District of Columbia. In Mississippi, next highest, they are under 40%.
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  42. @Steve Richter
    OT: 60 minutes last night, report on Cuba. The US ambassador to be, on station in Cuba, said his office is getting 500 Visa applications per day from Cubans wanting to travel to the US. No follow up questions. How many are expected to return?

    OT: 60 minutes last night, report on Cuba. The US ambassador to be, on station in Cuba, said his office is getting 500 Visa applications per day from Cubans wanting to travel to the US. No follow up questions. How many are expected to return?

    Why do you think Obama made this move? Loads of new Democrat voters 5-10 years out. Get ready for a flood of legal and illegal Cuban immigration. Immigrants who have grown up under Castro style socialism thus will make loyal gimme gimme gimme Democrat voters. Also because they will trend to be poor and immigrant poor vote for pro-gimme candidates

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  43. @Dennis Dale
    Apparrently that hammer-murder doesn't count for you anymore than it does for them. Megaphone wins again!

    Dennis, I was well aware of the hammer murder when I wrote my post. But my comment was about reaction to the murders and it didn’t apply to the hammer murder because there WAS no reaction!

    My point was simply this: we’re supposed to have some national conversation about policing and race. But Hispanic and Asian cops getting killed explicitly because of their race, the reaction is for whites and blacks to carry on that conversation on their behalf, the cops’ race doesn’t enter into the picture at all.

    I’m not faulting the union rep for being white at all, since he never made it about race in the first place. I’m talking about the other side suddenly leaving race entirely out of the picture when it comes to these dead cops.

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  44. Dennis, just to be clear, I’m not faulting the white police union rep ’cause he clearly never made it about race. I’m just saying the other side is perfectly happy to leave the dead cops’ race out of the picture in this purported national conversation about race and policing.

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    I know, just teasin'.
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  45. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    If blacks attempt to get riots/looting going in places like Los Angeles, which are largely Hispanic these days, the LA blacks are toast. They’ll be forced out of the city by any means possible by an Hispanic administration that’s not about to put up with their behavior.

    I don’t think people noticed it, but after the Ferguson verdict came out, LA protesters were quickly arrested and quelled instead of being allowed to run loose the way they did in other places. The changing demographics of America’s cities may come as a shock to all the black power types.

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    They're already somewhat aware in LA. The Hispanic influx has been pushing lower skill Blacks out to the Inland Empire and High Desert (see demography and crime stats for San Bernardino, Palmdale, Victorville, etc).

    That push takes away church attendance and community center activity, both of which were collection points for people and money.

    Citizenist Blacks (there are many, just fairly invisible like Nixon's Silent Majority) can't catch a break as they're getting hit on all sides. It is harder to be a good citizen and hold down a job or two in the face of overwhelming odds. They're tarred more by the brush than their new Hispanic neighbors.
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  46. @Jimmie
    Unsurprisingly, the victims of the great struggle against white-oppression-over-people-of-color are named Ramos and Liu. And the stores which get looted are owned by guys named Patel. Just like the Korean shopkeepers who had to lose their businesses because white cops beat up a black guy.

    No wonder so many whites are eager to stoke the uprising against white oppression. They are not the ones paying the price.

    “Unsurprisingly, the victims of the great struggle against white-oppression-over-people-of-color are named Ramos and Liu. And the stores which get looted are owned by guys named Patel. Just like the Korean shopkeepers who had to lose their businesses because white cops beat up a black guy.”

    Yeah, those 3 incidents are the sum total of black mayhem in 2014. There were no black-on-white incidents at all. Whites are making it all up.

    Idiot.

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  47. Happy Holidays, Steve!

    Thanks for your good work. Your ability to maintain a sense of humor and wit, considering the topics you address, is quite remarkable.

    I agree. It’s time to stop the racial rabble rousing.

    Good luck with that.

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  48. Well, blacks will be the ones to suffer the most if the DOJ and the Obama WH continue their war on police. Local police will concentrate their patrols in communities that give them the most support, regardless of the demographics of the force. This is already true in the Bay Area. In Oakland, for example, response times are quickest in the neighborhoods with large populations of gays, Chinese, and white urban homesteaders. Get shot in West Oakland and prepare to lie in your own blood for a half hour even though Kaiser Permanente is a 5 minute ambulance drive away.

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  49. Don’t stop the madness.

    It’s like what someone says in THE WILD BUNCH.

    “This is better than a hog killing!!”

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  50. Priss Factor [AKA "dna turtles"] says:
    @Beliavsky
    Non-blacks need to learn the facts about black IQ and other racial differences and stop saying that differences in college graduation rates and incarceration rates are signs of discrimination. It is not necessary for everyone to explicitly discuss the 1+ standard deviation difference in IQ, but this should be background knowledge. The resentment of some blacks toward whites is a natural result of their constantly being told that their would be equal outcomes in a fair society.

    “Non-blacks need to learn the facts about black IQ and other racial differences and stop saying that differences in college graduation rates and incarceration rates are signs of discrimination.”

    I say we should drop the IQ angle somewhat. When we say blacks are less intelligent, we sound mean. Also, whites lose their fear of blacks and see blacks as objects of pity. Oh, those Negroes failing in schools need our support and love.

    What we need to do is make white folks fear Negroes. We need to emphasize difference in physical power. Michael Brown. Burly-ass Negro who pushed around a dotter. The NY Negro. A bigger and burlier Negro that required so many cops to take him down.

    If armed cops have such trouble dealing with Negro, what about the rest of Americans who are not cops? They are helpless. It’s all because Negroes are stronger and often bigger.

    That should be the main emphasis on the Right.

    All this IQ talk just make white Libs feel even more sympathy for the Negroes. Poor poor things need pre-K education. They need better teachers. They need better lunches. And etc.

    Don’t make Negroes the object of sympathy. Make Negroes the source of white fear that is utterly justified.
    The white officer in Ferguson had a car, badge, and gun, but he was still attacked by a young Negro. Imagine if he were a civilian.

    THAT is the main problem.

    It’s the Negro FU than IQ that is truly problematic.

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  51. OT, here is live video of an anti-islam rally in Germany. This is live as of 1pm central time US.

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    And the media in Europe is labeling them as "far right wing".
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  52. Priss Factor [AKA "dna turtles"] says:

    When the Donald Sterling crisis hit, Pat Buchanan wrote a column wondering if this is a serious country anymore.

    http://buchanan.org/blog/america-still-serious-country-6378

    It’s worth asking. Time mag says a black guy in blonde wig is the symbol of civil rights. ‘New cold war’ with Russia began over Pussy Rioting in a church and argument over ‘gay pride parades’. Lena Dunham is the Susan-Sontag-of-Today(along with nitwit Amanda Marcotte). There’s national hysteria over KKK sighting at Oberlin. As if that weren’t silly enough, the UVA nonsense comes along.

    As for North Korea, it gets all upset over… a movie. Is North Korea becoming more like US or is US becoming more like NK, what with PC that destroys even bakers who won’t bake ‘gay wedding cakes’? Kim Jong-Il, scummy as he was, just ignored TEAM AMERICA. His silly son has nothing better to do than cook up a world crisis over a stupid movie.

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/north-korea-threatens-blow-up-4851446?ICID=FB_mirror_main

    But then, isn’t America also a silly place where so many cultural ‘heroes’, ‘role models’, and ‘leaders’ are megalomaniac fools and tards hardly better than Kim the fatty?
    Lena Dunham. Dumb rappers hailed as prophets. Oprah. Ellen. Rosie and Whoopie as culture critics. Rush Limbaugh who bends over to ‘gay marriage’. It’s all turned into one big joke.

    How did Americans become like this?

    Really.

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  53. I’ll say it because others seem afraid to:

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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  54. Priss Factor [AKA "dna turtles"] says:

    Diversity, diversity, diversity.

    The so-called ‘left’–funded mainly by Jewish oligarchs and guided mainly by Jewish activists–say we need more diversity and how diversity is a great thing.

    But of course, they really mean diversity + sizable white population. Diversity in the US has more or less worked so far because of the large white population. White population built the nation and established/enforced the laws. It has served as a cultural and linguistic model.
    And in emulation and/or in opposition to the white population, other groups have been able to come together and get along.
    Take various ethnic groups from the Middle East and Muslim World. Sunnis, Shias, Kurds, Palestinians, Christian Arabs, Afghans, Iranians. In America, they all get along because they all have white America to assimilate into. Even if they oppose white America, they are united in opposition.
    But take out white folks and white system in America, and these groups would not get along. They certainly don’t in the Middle East. There are so many tribal and sectarian and ethnic conflicts in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Egypt, and etc. Indeed, most nations there were maintained under order by autocratic rule. Democracy has been very destabilizing in the region.

    Same goes for Asia. Tibetans and Chinese don’t get along. Koreans and Japanese bitch about one another all the time. Chinese don’t get along with Filipinheads and Vietnamese. And in Philippines, there is no love for the Chinese. Same in Malaysia. But in the US, the various Asian groups become part of ‘Asian-American’-ness. They are united in emulating white America(or even black America) or in opposition to white America. Even ‘leftist’ Asian-Americans put aside their differences of origin and see America in terms of ‘us yellow victims’ and those ‘white oppressors’–something taught to them in schools ironically taught by white ‘leftists’, a good number of whom are Jewish in elite colleges.
    Internment of Japanese-Americans may have been bad but it was a picnic compared to what Vietnamese did to Cochin-Chinese with the Boat People fiasco.

    And think of all the tribal groups in Africa, and heaven knows Africa has never been a place of unity. Every African nation has serious tribal issues. We hear it in the news all the time. Just take Nigeria with its religious, ethnic,and regional differences. Congo has been rife with civil war that never really ends. They speak of post-Apartheid South Africa, but look closely, and it’s a nation torn apart by tribal conflicts even among blacks. If anything, opposition to Apartheid had been the glue that held the various tribal groups in South Africa together. With white power on the wane, we see bigger cracks in the black coalition along tribal, ethnic, regional, and ideological grounds.

    Indeed, suppose all the normal white folks were to die in America, and America was only made up of blacks, Mexicans, various Asian groups, various African groups, various Middle Eastern groups, Jews, homos, non-Mexican Latinos, etc. How would this diversity work? Whether in emulation or opposition, diversity works only because a sizable white population has established a functional legal/political system and enforces the laws and ways of governance in every corner of society.

    Look around at diverse societies WITHOUT white folks, and we don’t see freedom, progress, and equality under the law. We see tensions and coercion, like what Han Chinese to do Tibetans and Uighurs.

    So, even though the cult of diversity is ‘anti-white’, its relative success paradoxically owes entirely to the presence of whites. Indeed, how would Jews fare if there were no whites and if they had to contend with 98% of gentiles who are NOT white.
    And if white folks, esp wasps, showed some remorse for their history of power and privilege, Jews keep making excuses for what they did to Palestinians. And for what they’ve done with Wall Street highway robbery. We are told they went a little crazy cuz their grandpas didn’t get to play golf. Is this a serious country?

    But as whites become smaller and smaller share of the population in the US, how will things play out?

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    "But as whites become smaller and smaller share of the population in the US, how will things play out?"

    I imagine much like the "Mad Max" movie series, only with a far more "vibrant" cast of characters.
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  55. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Steve your ability to see through the Uva hoax has been invaluable.Calling bullshit in these days of the “narrative “by using common logic is very uncommon. I used to rely on you and Saint Auster to provide the insight and a critical eye on current events,gratefully we still have you!I know this will probably scare you off but some of the recent events used by the current powers to strengthen the “narrative “are as logically improbable as Jackies story just on a larger scale.a perfect example of a larger story with wild logical inconsistencies would be the sandy hook massacre.no visual evidence a medical examiner who can’t answer the simplest questions about the autopsies he just performed.at least give it a cursory look and tell me why I’m crazy for at least questioning if the story is legit.i mean it’s all the same people pushing the Uva lie what’s to stop them from even bigger hoaxes?

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    I know this will probably scare you off but some of the recent events used by the current powers to strengthen the “narrative “are as logically improbable as Jackies story just on a larger scale.a perfect example of a larger story with wild logical inconsistencies would be the sandy hook massacre.no visual evidence a medical examiner who can’t answer the simplest questions about the autopsies he just performed.at least give it a cursory look and tell me why I’m crazy for at least questioning if the story is legit.i mean it’s all the same people pushing the Uva lie what’s to stop them from even bigger hoaxes?

    Steve, independent researchers have done a lot of work on this "event" but no one in the media will touch the story. Please consider this excellent suggestion.
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  56. @NOTA
    It was bullshit then, and it's bullshit now.

    The usual pattern is:

    a. Some nutcase does some awful thing that can be linked to your side.

    b. People on my side spend a lot of effort tarring your whole side with the nutcase's actions, entirely sidestepping any point or argument your side might have.

    c. People on my side have their beliefs (that your side is all a bunch of knockle-draggers) reenforced, people on your side see this as yet another example of how my side plays unfair, and nobody has to twitch a single brain cell or learn anything new or understand anyone's arguments.

    d. A couple years later, the whole thing repeats on the other side. My side and yours switch beliefs about whether nutcases vaguely associated with someone's side should be used to attack their side.

    This is a pattern of people going out of their way to make themselve dumber, and succeeding.

    Really, the claims about police brutality and racism should be evaluated on their own merits, just like claims about whether abortion should be legal ought to be separate from what you think of some nutcase who shoots an abortionist, just like claims about whether we ought to have troops in Iraq should be separate from some nutcase shooting up an army base or recruiting station.

    Way, way too much of our political and media culture are designed to give crazy people lots of influence--the loudest and nuttiest protesters get the most coverage, a terrorist attack by half a dozen unemployable losers can force us into a war, etc. We need less of this, not more.

    Well done. As nonsensical as “Gingrich caused McVeigh”.

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  57. And I think the conflation of Sharpton/Obama done by some commenters on this site is delusional.

    Has Obama distanced himself from Sharpton? No, quite the contrary, he invites him to the White House and considers him an adviser. Obama can’t use the kind of rhetoric that Sharpton does, but he doesn’t need to–that’s what Al is for. Count me among those who have no problem conflating Obama and Sharpton.

    Obama has this sneaky way of pretending to address the real problems with race. He has used it consistently, for example in his August speech about Ferguson.

    1.) Make some small acknowledgment of black responsibility: “There are young black men that commit crime.” Not that black men commit a wildly disproportionate share of violent crime, just that they do commit crime. (We know that.)

    2.) Immediately explain black crime: ” And — and — and we can argue about why that happens because of the poverty they were born into or the lack of opportunity or the school systems that failed them or what have you. . .”

    3.) Bring up the problem of whites treating blacks unfairly, police “targeting” them, inequities in the justice system, blacks disproportionately jailed. While Obama will explain/excuse black crime, he never explains/excuses white reaction to blacks based on their wildly disproportionate crime rate. Whites have legitimate reason to fear and distrust blacks, but Obama won’t acknowledge that.

    4.) Propose some solutions, always directed at whites: retrain police, look into your hearts, start discussions on bringing communities together, etc. Never tell blacks to stop disrespecting authority, stop committing so much crime, stop resisting arrest, believing false narratives.

    When it comes to real solutions to racial friction, Obama has nothing to offer.

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    As someone pointed out elsewhere, Sharpton never met with Mayor Dinkins during his tenure, yet Al meets and coordinates with Obama regularly.
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  58. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Let’s be honest here Steve.
    What the hell has Obama ever done with his life other than being a professional race hustler who got annointed to the throne precisely because he was the most sellable race hustler?
    That’s all he’s ever done and that’s what he’s all about. Hardly news now, is it?
    Obviously the fact he scaled the highest height possible tells you all about the modern Democrat Party, and dare I say it, modern America. He won precisely on the ticket that he espouses. What you see is what you get. Call Obama many things, but dishonest cheat is not one of them, he is the bill of goods as advertised and bought by the American public. As IT repeat, that such a man was selected by the Democrats tells you all you need to know about the Democrats. At the risk of seeming obtuse, any canny observer of the American scene could have told you that the Democrat Party was and is like that years if not decades ago. Hardly a mystery is it?
    What it does tell you is that in the future, that if an Obama can be returned by a majority of the American electorate, then it is likely that someone similar or even more of a hustler is likely to be elected in the future.

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  59. Steve Sailor wrote, “It’s inevitable that the Democrats’ Coalition of the Fringes will attract fringe personalities, but the President of the United States should not use the power and prestige of his office to exacerbate their unhinged fantasies about murder and rape.”

    A movement or party that relies on the bringing in the deviant must also keep defining deviance down (to use Daniel Patrick Moynahan’s phrase.) This need to recruit further and further from the norm goes some way to explain World War T, and other manias. Acceptability must be expanded to accommodate further and further extremes, while the actual norm must be suppressed to allow for the process to continue.

    The Mayor of New York is attempting to run his city via a coalition of the lumpen-proletariate and the decadent New Class. This reminds me of pre-revolutionary France. The nobility assumed they would lead the revolution only to find themselves in tumbrels.

    Characters like deBlasio are in effect a new nobility, adhering to what they see as politically useful intellectual fashions. The question is, can NYC survive without a somewhat reactionary middle and working class? I doubt it.

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  60. @mikesylwester
    The Obama Administration says it still is investigating the possibility of indicting George Zimmerman for violating the civil rights of Trayvon Martin.

    Re Obama/Holder still trying to put Zimmerman in prison – yes, I think they still have a grand jury going and a couple months ago, they called in a former neighbor of Zimmerman’s.

    The racial grievancing has expanded way beyond attacking the police by now. All white people, we’re all mistreating blacks constantly, especially black elites. Michelle Obama got asked to reach something off a high shelf; Barack Obama gets treated like he’s a car valet (I do not believe that); Charles Blow is treated like a sales clerk almost every time he goes to a department store.

    The media wants to tsk tsk the police for turning their backs to DeBlasio. Hopefully the police will keep it up now that they have the upper hand politically. That’s what all the race hustlers would do. Blow’s current NYTimes column is about a crime from the early 1940s.

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  61. Steve, the problem I see with this is you’re assuming that the schizo left can be reasoned with. It can’t. Like a typical psychotic when you start pointing out holes in the logic, they double down on the insanity. Remember how gay marriage would never lead to pedophilia, polygamy, or anything else that was derided as conservative scaremongering? Well look what happened.

    Mollie Hemmingway seems to think if she can convince some progs that they need to tone down the invective, itll all work out. I don’t know if its ego or naivete that drives her and others like her, but the fact is these people cannot be reasoned with. They’re the secular version of Salafist fanatics, but their suicidal self impulse revolves around tearing down society vs exploding inside of a crowded shopping center.

    The fact of the matter is that we will all have to pick a side here sooner rather than later. If there were any Whites from the Russian Civil War around, Im sure they’d tell you that as well.

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  62. Much of this can be laid at the feet of white enablers. Sharpton didn’t hire himself for his television show.

    ‘Course, when you say white, you mean “Arabs, North Africans, Middle-Easterners, South Asians, and Jews, too.”

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  63. Steve,

    You ask the question about “Stopping the Madness”. But how is that going to happen when the only people who seem to be losing their jobs are those who stick their necks out an question the “narrative”. Most recent example, Ariel Kaminer at the NYT. While those who push it, especially if they are TWMNBN, keep theirs.

    Think all the way back to the Duke Rape Hoax.

    Probably nobody was bigger touter of that journalist atrocity than CNN’s Jeffery Toobin. When the SHTF, and CNN looked really bad, CNN had none other than Lou Dobbs, the sole voice of scepticism on the Duke hoax to sit down with Toobin and help him apologize, save face and CNN’s reputation.

    Two years later Toobin stabbed Dobbs in the back by jumping on board with Soro’s Media Matters and the SPLC campaign’s to oust Dobbs from CNN.

    Since then Toobin has been in all sorts of legal troubles away from CNN for acting like a total scumbag for not paying child support, marital infidelity and a having bastard kid he tried to deny fathering. All things for which he was strong reprimanded by judges in family court. He should have been held in contempt and lost his job.

    Through it all, one F-Up after another Toobin keeps his job at CNN.

    http://www.cnn.com/CNN/anchors_reporters/toobin.jeffrey.html

    Here is the latest episode of Jeffery Toobin, senior legal analyst for CNN Worldwide, dumbf**kery

    I regret tweeting praise for @rollingstone story about rape at @uva. I should have been more skeptical. So should’ve @rollingstone.

    Yeah sure!!!

    Toobin has contributed mightily to CNN’s loss of 2/3rds of audience. Still has a job. Lou Dobbs, who helped build CNN, one its first 30 or so employees, got canned from CNN for not being pro Open Borders and suggesting that as long as Obama refused to come clean on his birth certificate there was room for doubt.

    When will the Madness Stop? When there is the slightest bit of accountability anywhere.

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    Since then Toobin has been in all sorts of legal troubles away from CNN for acting like a total scumbag for not paying child support, marital infidelity and a having bastard kid he tried to deny fathering. All things for which he was strong reprimanded by judges in family court. He should have been held in contempt and lost his job.
     
    Here's the lowdown on Toobins extra-marital hi-jinx. What a mess!
    https://harvardlawschoolisbogus.wordpress.com/2013/05/25/jeffrey-toobin/
    , @e
    This is the same a-hole progressive buffoon who said that Michael Brown was killed "in cold blood." He walked that back much, much later.
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  64. Consciousness raising = conscience razing.

    It has always been thus.

    And “activism” is what the inactive do to explain away their responsibility for their own inactivity.

    When any social group decides to deprive a company or instituton of support because they do not like the policies that entity represents- they boycott by refusing to purchase the product or service that entity produces.

    Might I suggest to the in-activists that if they desire to shrink the police state- perhaps they could boycott the criminal justice system by not committing crimes?

    It’s just a thought.

    And yes, of course, the more gasoline the left throws on the fire- the more power they will be given to control the lawlessness they have just brought about.

    Oh, the Ouroboros of the Left- didn’t there used to be a snake around here?

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  65. “The “social justice” brand appeals to the unhappy and unsettled. More than a few aren’t quite right in the head: the criminal, the paranoid, the fantasists, and those obsessed with obscure ancestral vendettas. ”

    Oh, the right has them too.

    Criminal: tax protesters, Clive Bundy et al.
    Paranoid: survivalists, preppers
    Fantasists: those guys waiting for the Rapture
    Obscure ancestral vendettas: well, I wouldn’t call the Civil War obscure, but…

    You’re right, of course–healthy people don’t go on protests. But a little of Matthew 7:3 or Luke 6:41 (if you need a gentile source) can apply here too. ;)

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    I'm not worried about the right. They even pick up their trash.
    , @munch
    Oh yeah.. Tax evasion, the Rapture, getting revenge for the Civil War loss, . . .

    all policies of republican Presidents and congressmen.

    Witness Obama: some people are justified in doubting our grand jury system. It may be true some people are, there is no perfection in this world - but in this context what do his words mean? Could he be implying that some people = blacks

    I see no issue with preppers, you might want to spend your money on other things but if someone wants to buy food, water filters, etc., what is it to you? Do preppers advocate a Cabnit Secretary of freeze dried food? Or advocate a tax break for putting in supplies?

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  66. “Remember how gay marriage would never lead to pedophilia, polygamy, or anything else that was derided as conservative scaremongering? Well look what happened.”

    OK, I’ll bite: What happened?

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    Maybe they're just now beginning to sidle into The Flow.

    Are you the real Csik? If so, what's a smart guy like you doing in a dump like this?
    , @Jack Hanson
    Low information voter: judge ruled that polygamy bans are unconstitutional, pedophilia being talked about as 'genetic' and not the fault of whoever likes to diddle kids in the same circles that pushed the BS 'gay is genetic' meme.

    This is a google search away, but having it explained to you wasn't the point.
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  67. @Jimmie
    Dennis, just to be clear, I'm not faulting the white police union rep 'cause he clearly never made it about race. I'm just saying the other side is perfectly happy to leave the dead cops' race out of the picture in this purported national conversation about race and policing.

    I know, just teasin’.

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  68. @SFG
    "The “social justice” brand appeals to the unhappy and unsettled. More than a few aren’t quite right in the head: the criminal, the paranoid, the fantasists, and those obsessed with obscure ancestral vendettas. "

    Oh, the right has them too.

    Criminal: tax protesters, Clive Bundy et al.
    Paranoid: survivalists, preppers
    Fantasists: those guys waiting for the Rapture
    Obscure ancestral vendettas: well, I wouldn't call the Civil War obscure, but...

    You're right, of course--healthy people don't go on protests. But a little of Matthew 7:3 or Luke 6:41 (if you need a gentile source) can apply here too. ;)

    I’m not worried about the right. They even pick up their trash.

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  69. @Harry Baldwin
    And I think the conflation of Sharpton/Obama done by some commenters on this site is delusional.

    Has Obama distanced himself from Sharpton? No, quite the contrary, he invites him to the White House and considers him an adviser. Obama can't use the kind of rhetoric that Sharpton does, but he doesn't need to--that's what Al is for. Count me among those who have no problem conflating Obama and Sharpton.

    Obama has this sneaky way of pretending to address the real problems with race. He has used it consistently, for example in his August speech about Ferguson.

    1.) Make some small acknowledgment of black responsibility: "There are young black men that commit crime." Not that black men commit a wildly disproportionate share of violent crime, just that they do commit crime. (We know that.)

    2.) Immediately explain black crime: " And -- and -- and we can argue about why that happens because of the poverty they were born into or the lack of opportunity or the school systems that failed them or what have you. . ."

    3.) Bring up the problem of whites treating blacks unfairly, police "targeting" them, inequities in the justice system, blacks disproportionately jailed. While Obama will explain/excuse black crime, he never explains/excuses white reaction to blacks based on their wildly disproportionate crime rate. Whites have legitimate reason to fear and distrust blacks, but Obama won't acknowledge that.

    4.) Propose some solutions, always directed at whites: retrain police, look into your hearts, start discussions on bringing communities together, etc. Never tell blacks to stop disrespecting authority, stop committing so much crime, stop resisting arrest, believing false narratives.

    When it comes to real solutions to racial friction, Obama has nothing to offer.

    As someone pointed out elsewhere, Sharpton never met with Mayor Dinkins during his tenure, yet Al meets and coordinates with Obama regularly.

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  70. @BenjaminL
    OT:

    The future of America, ladies and gentlemen!

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/21/nyregion/raising-ambitions-the-challenge-in-teaching-at-community-colleges.html

    “There’s a mistrust and antagonism between teachers and students because authority hasn’t traditionally been good to them,” he said. “Their experiences in the education system have been coercive. It’s not really clear to them what the value of academic knowledge actually is. If they come here with the goal of doing something very specific — to become a stewardess, or a makeup artist — they may think, ‘What’s the point?’

    Ir reality, a fair number of them have probably had little authority at all in their lives, and the “coercive” educational experience could probably be characterized as pleading and accommodating.

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  71. @anonymous-antimarxist
    Steve,

    You ask the question about "Stopping the Madness". But how is that going to happen when the only people who seem to be losing their jobs are those who stick their necks out an question the "narrative". Most recent example, Ariel Kaminer at the NYT. While those who push it, especially if they are TWMNBN, keep theirs.

    Think all the way back to the Duke Rape Hoax.

    Probably nobody was bigger touter of that journalist atrocity than CNN's Jeffery Toobin. When the SHTF, and CNN looked really bad, CNN had none other than Lou Dobbs, the sole voice of scepticism on the Duke hoax to sit down with Toobin and help him apologize, save face and CNN's reputation.

    Two years later Toobin stabbed Dobbs in the back by jumping on board with Soro's Media Matters and the SPLC campaign's to oust Dobbs from CNN.

    Since then Toobin has been in all sorts of legal troubles away from CNN for acting like a total scumbag for not paying child support, marital infidelity and a having bastard kid he tried to deny fathering. All things for which he was strong reprimanded by judges in family court. He should have been held in contempt and lost his job.

    Through it all, one F-Up after another Toobin keeps his job at CNN.

    http://www.cnn.com/CNN/anchors_reporters/toobin.jeffrey.html

    Here is the latest episode of Jeffery Toobin, senior legal analyst for CNN Worldwide, dumbf**kery

    https://twitter.com/jeffreytoobin/status/541019252648865792

    I regret tweeting praise for @rollingstone story about rape at @uva. I should have been more skeptical. So should've @rollingstone.
     
    Yeah sure!!!

    Toobin has contributed mightily to CNN's loss of 2/3rds of audience. Still has a job. Lou Dobbs, who helped build CNN, one its first 30 or so employees, got canned from CNN for not being pro Open Borders and suggesting that as long as Obama refused to come clean on his birth certificate there was room for doubt.

    When will the Madness Stop? When there is the slightest bit of accountability anywhere.

    Since then Toobin has been in all sorts of legal troubles away from CNN for acting like a total scumbag for not paying child support, marital infidelity and a having bastard kid he tried to deny fathering. All things for which he was strong reprimanded by judges in family court. He should have been held in contempt and lost his job.

    Here’s the lowdown on Toobins extra-marital hi-jinx. What a mess!

    https://harvardlawschoolisbogus.wordpress.com/2013/05/25/jeffrey-toobin/

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    Toobin has a truly horrible reputation both professionally and personal. He makes Keith Olbermann seem almost a gentleman in comparison.

    Toobin is the worst sort of brown noser of the leftist elite. Toobin was CNN's front man for excusing the Obama's administration's failure to meet the minimal expectations of transparency on his birth certificate, college transcripts, Harvard law review leadership, relationship with Bill Ayers.... you name it.

    More recent Toobin atrocities:

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/cnns-toobin-nypd-unions-treatment-of-de-blasio-totally-disgraceful/

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/cnns-toobin-prosecutors-statement-extended-whine-against-media/

    Toobin must have incriminating polaroids of all of CNN/Time/Warner upper management because I have no idea how this clown still has a job.
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  72. @nglaer
    My reading of this is that Obama has not particularly engaged in over the top rhetoric-- though clearly others, ---Sharpton, DeBlasio, much of the liberal media -- have. And I think the conflation of Sharpton/Obama done by some commenters on this site is delusional. Obama is a mixed race liberal intellectual of East African descent, who sometimes poses as an African-American. But he has to fake it. (and I agree with his foreign policy instincts more than those of just about any prominent Republican, leaving me politically homeless). That said, there is no analyst in the country better than Steve since the present political period --Ferguson/UVA -- started.

    The conflation of Sharpton/Obama is delusional? Sharpton has logged sixty SIXTY White House visits. Your beloved Obama is a racist thug.

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  73. “the commissioner’s repeated defense of Mr. de Blasio — for a mayoral motorcade that apparently defied traffic laws …”: just arrest the ficker. Arrest him too for the illegal heightening of the walls at his mansion. Surely application of “broken windows” doctrine should start at the top?

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  74. @Anonymous
    @Jack Hanson

    "Remember how gay marriage would never lead to pedophilia, polygamy, or anything else that was derided as conservative scaremongering? Well look what happened."

    OK, I'll bite: What happened?

    Maybe they’re just now beginning to sidle into The Flow.

    Are you the real Csik? If so, what’s a smart guy like you doing in a dump like this?

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  75. OT,

    TNR is taking a bold new step toward diversity:

    http://www.politico.com/blogs/media/2014/12/new-editor-says-tnr-will-be-more-diverse-200281.html

    I can hardly wait.

    Because we all know that the one thing our society lacks are media venues in which contributors are chosen for their diversity. The world of magazine writing will never be the same.

    We can all thank Chris “Deep Thinker” Hughes. And thank the Harvard University random selection process for roommates, which paired Hughes and Zuckerburg.

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  76. @SFG
    "The “social justice” brand appeals to the unhappy and unsettled. More than a few aren’t quite right in the head: the criminal, the paranoid, the fantasists, and those obsessed with obscure ancestral vendettas. "

    Oh, the right has them too.

    Criminal: tax protesters, Clive Bundy et al.
    Paranoid: survivalists, preppers
    Fantasists: those guys waiting for the Rapture
    Obscure ancestral vendettas: well, I wouldn't call the Civil War obscure, but...

    You're right, of course--healthy people don't go on protests. But a little of Matthew 7:3 or Luke 6:41 (if you need a gentile source) can apply here too. ;)

    Oh yeah.. Tax evasion, the Rapture, getting revenge for the Civil War loss, . . .

    all policies of republican Presidents and congressmen.

    Witness Obama: some people are justified in doubting our grand jury system. It may be true some people are, there is no perfection in this world – but in this context what do his words mean? Could he be implying that some people = blacks

    I see no issue with preppers, you might want to spend your money on other things but if someone wants to buy food, water filters, etc., what is it to you? Do preppers advocate a Cabnit Secretary of freeze dried food? Or advocate a tax break for putting in supplies?

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  77. The Republicans have their fringe also. It is inevitable with a two party system. Need 51%.

    The Republicans have a huge fundamental issue with Libertarians and Conservatives. That contradiction may be impossible to solve, but it would be huge. They treated Ron Paul like a lunatic.

    The other problem is the populist sentiment (tea party ish) and money. I am hugely disappointed that the Republicans aren’t straight out for everyone making over $100K. And the bank bailout. Jesus. That saved the ass of anyone with any financial assets. And that is also an unnoticeable. The Republicans let the narrative morph into something that made it toxic and inspired OWS.

    Basically, if the Republicans aren’t for money, Fuck them.

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  78. I’m disappointed to see Steve make this argument. It is as permissive a liability standard as that asserted by rape activists.

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  79. @Anonymous
    @Jack Hanson

    "Remember how gay marriage would never lead to pedophilia, polygamy, or anything else that was derided as conservative scaremongering? Well look what happened."

    OK, I'll bite: What happened?

    Low information voter: judge ruled that polygamy bans are unconstitutional, pedophilia being talked about as ‘genetic’ and not the fault of whoever likes to diddle kids in the same circles that pushed the BS ‘gay is genetic’ meme.

    This is a google search away, but having it explained to you wasn’t the point.

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  80. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    If blacks attempt to get riots/looting going in places like Los Angeles, which are largely Hispanic these days, the LA blacks are toast. They'll be forced out of the city by any means possible by an Hispanic administration that's not about to put up with their behavior.

    I don't think people noticed it, but after the Ferguson verdict came out, LA protesters were quickly arrested and quelled instead of being allowed to run loose the way they did in other places. The changing demographics of America's cities may come as a shock to all the black power types.

    They’re already somewhat aware in LA. The Hispanic influx has been pushing lower skill Blacks out to the Inland Empire and High Desert (see demography and crime stats for San Bernardino, Palmdale, Victorville, etc).

    That push takes away church attendance and community center activity, both of which were collection points for people and money.

    Citizenist Blacks (there are many, just fairly invisible like Nixon’s Silent Majority) can’t catch a break as they’re getting hit on all sides. It is harder to be a good citizen and hold down a job or two in the face of overwhelming odds. They’re tarred more by the brush than their new Hispanic neighbors.

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  81. On Fox News they showed a Mulata Puerto Rican woman who was friends with the Hispanic police officer who was shot and killed. The Boricua Mulata said Rudy Giuliani was a way better mayor than Bill De Blasio and that if Rudy was still mayor than those 2 cops would still be alive today.

    That was a refreshing thing to hear from a NAM woman.

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  82. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    The brothers have been alleging since the days of “Ramparts” magazine that the Man has been importing drugs into the ghetto to keep the fellows sedated. If this is what you get otherwise, I’m all for it. Let’s start airdropping bales of heroin into every ‘hood on the other side of the tracks.

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  83. “Well, blacks will be the ones to suffer the most if the DOJ and the Obama WH continue their war on police. Local police will concentrate their patrols in communities that give them the most support, regardless of the demographics of the force. This is already true in the Bay Area. In Oakland, for example, response times are quickest in the neighborhoods with large populations of gays, Chinese, and white urban homesteaders. Get shot in West Oakland and prepare to lie in your own blood for a half hour even though Kaiser Permanente is a 5 minute ambulance drive away.”

    The African American community deserves snail time like responses from Law Enforcement whenever a Jamal or a LaMarcus in the hood gets shot.

    The police should not give quick response time to a community that sees them as the Devil.

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    The African American community deserves snail time like responses from Law Enforcement whenever a Jamal or a LaMarcus in the hood gets shot.

    Because a neighborhood with 60,000 impecunious wage earners resident deserves abuse because Al Sharpton's road show pulls into town.
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  84. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Marco Lalo
    If we're to be honest, it's pretty clear that the cop killer was motivated by mental illness and the desire to take out a few before offing himself, rather than ideology.

    That he killed the most convenient two cops rather than targeting Whites should've shown us that.

    If we’re to be honest, it’s pretty clear that the cop killer was motivated by mental illness and the desire to take out a few before offing himself, rather than ideology.

    Isn’t that the point, that they will always be motivated by mental illness? The “unhappy and the unsettled.” Not too many cops are killed by the happy and settled.

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  85. WhatEvvs [AKA "Bemused"] says:
    @JerryC
    I kind of suspect that Obama-Holder-Sharpton-DeBlasio aren't capable of any response other than doubling down.

    No, they aren’t. It will be interesting to see how De Blasio reacts in the coming three years. He is in hock to Sharpton. Sharpton yanks his chain.

    I voted for Thompson and then Lhota, because I had a feeling something like this would happen.

    I know that David Horowitz probably isn’t very popular around here but he wrote a very prophetic piece:

    http://www.frontpagemag.com/2014/david-horowitz/the-lefts-war-against-justice-and-peace/

    The mobs who have occupied our streets are not protesting injustice. They are a lynch mob demanding their due. They want officers of the law handcuffed and hung, and criminals (aka “political prisoners”) set free. They want honest juries disbanded, and racist judgments the rule.

    Understand that our president and his chief civil rights officer, who are encouraging the “protests,” are racists, as is the Democratic Party which exerts monopoly control over every major inner city in America. Why else would Obama and Holder look to Al Sharpton, who is certainly the nation’s most prominent racist, as their chief adviser on race relations?

    Al Sharpton is author of the fundamental transformation of the civil rights movement into a racial lynch mob, which took place decades ago

    He wrote this December 10.

    Prediction: Obama will make a deal for Joanne Chesimard and then pardon her. She killed cops.

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    Prediction: Obama will make a deal for Joanne Chesimard and then pardon her. She killed cops.
     
    Perhaps they are going to replace all the white cops and the military with their people.
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  86. @Clyde

    Since then Toobin has been in all sorts of legal troubles away from CNN for acting like a total scumbag for not paying child support, marital infidelity and a having bastard kid he tried to deny fathering. All things for which he was strong reprimanded by judges in family court. He should have been held in contempt and lost his job.
     
    Here's the lowdown on Toobins extra-marital hi-jinx. What a mess!
    https://harvardlawschoolisbogus.wordpress.com/2013/05/25/jeffrey-toobin/

    Toobin has a truly horrible reputation both professionally and personal. He makes Keith Olbermann seem almost a gentleman in comparison.

    Toobin is the worst sort of brown noser of the leftist elite. Toobin was CNN’s front man for excusing the Obama’s administration’s failure to meet the minimal expectations of transparency on his birth certificate, college transcripts, Harvard law review leadership, relationship with Bill Ayers…. you name it.

    More recent Toobin atrocities:

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/cnns-toobin-nypd-unions-treatment-of-de-blasio-totally-disgraceful/

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/cnns-toobin-prosecutors-statement-extended-whine-against-media/

    Toobin must have incriminating polaroids of all of CNN/Time/Warner upper management because I have no idea how this clown still has a job.

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  87. The New York Times does it yet again:

    “Mayor Bill de Blasio, publicly silent and largely out of view the day after two police officers were killed in Brooklyn, re-emerged on Monday, straining to demonstrate leadership over a fractured city.”

    The passive voice is a marvellous thing. It can smooth away any hate crime, no matter how vicious!

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  88. Your mistake is assuming other people read the same stuff you do. Ismaaiyl Brinsley did not pay much attention to the media as iSteve does. From videos on liveleak Mr Brinsley had a history of being harassed by police. So when he went on his murder suicide spree instead of shooting his girlfriend and then his employer, he shot the people he personally had petty grievances against, the police.

    As an aside I was involved in a minor fender bender. The police officer, who had a sleave tattoo, that arrived tried to escalate the situation at get me to confess to all sorts of offences. So I can only imagine what Blacks go through. The model for policing is broken and there seems no way to fix it. I don’t think recreating the Nixon strategy as the Sailor strategy is going to work.

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  89. @iSteveFan
    OT, here is live video of an anti-islam rally in Germany. This is live as of 1pm central time US.

    And the media in Europe is labeling them as “far right wing”.

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  90. @Priss Factor
    Diversity, diversity, diversity.

    The so-called 'left'--funded mainly by Jewish oligarchs and guided mainly by Jewish activists--say we need more diversity and how diversity is a great thing.

    But of course, they really mean diversity + sizable white population. Diversity in the US has more or less worked so far because of the large white population. White population built the nation and established/enforced the laws. It has served as a cultural and linguistic model.
    And in emulation and/or in opposition to the white population, other groups have been able to come together and get along.
    Take various ethnic groups from the Middle East and Muslim World. Sunnis, Shias, Kurds, Palestinians, Christian Arabs, Afghans, Iranians. In America, they all get along because they all have white America to assimilate into. Even if they oppose white America, they are united in opposition.
    But take out white folks and white system in America, and these groups would not get along. They certainly don't in the Middle East. There are so many tribal and sectarian and ethnic conflicts in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Egypt, and etc. Indeed, most nations there were maintained under order by autocratic rule. Democracy has been very destabilizing in the region.

    Same goes for Asia. Tibetans and Chinese don't get along. Koreans and Japanese bitch about one another all the time. Chinese don't get along with Filipinheads and Vietnamese. And in Philippines, there is no love for the Chinese. Same in Malaysia. But in the US, the various Asian groups become part of 'Asian-American'-ness. They are united in emulating white America(or even black America) or in opposition to white America. Even 'leftist' Asian-Americans put aside their differences of origin and see America in terms of 'us yellow victims' and those 'white oppressors'--something taught to them in schools ironically taught by white 'leftists', a good number of whom are Jewish in elite colleges.
    Internment of Japanese-Americans may have been bad but it was a picnic compared to what Vietnamese did to Cochin-Chinese with the Boat People fiasco.

    And think of all the tribal groups in Africa, and heaven knows Africa has never been a place of unity. Every African nation has serious tribal issues. We hear it in the news all the time. Just take Nigeria with its religious, ethnic,and regional differences. Congo has been rife with civil war that never really ends. They speak of post-Apartheid South Africa, but look closely, and it's a nation torn apart by tribal conflicts even among blacks. If anything, opposition to Apartheid had been the glue that held the various tribal groups in South Africa together. With white power on the wane, we see bigger cracks in the black coalition along tribal, ethnic, regional, and ideological grounds.

    Indeed, suppose all the normal white folks were to die in America, and America was only made up of blacks, Mexicans, various Asian groups, various African groups, various Middle Eastern groups, Jews, homos, non-Mexican Latinos, etc. How would this diversity work? Whether in emulation or opposition, diversity works only because a sizable white population has established a functional legal/political system and enforces the laws and ways of governance in every corner of society.

    Look around at diverse societies WITHOUT white folks, and we don't see freedom, progress, and equality under the law. We see tensions and coercion, like what Han Chinese to do Tibetans and Uighurs.

    So, even though the cult of diversity is 'anti-white', its relative success paradoxically owes entirely to the presence of whites. Indeed, how would Jews fare if there were no whites and if they had to contend with 98% of gentiles who are NOT white.
    And if white folks, esp wasps, showed some remorse for their history of power and privilege, Jews keep making excuses for what they did to Palestinians. And for what they've done with Wall Street highway robbery. We are told they went a little crazy cuz their grandpas didn't get to play golf. Is this a serious country?

    But as whites become smaller and smaller share of the population in the US, how will things play out?

    “But as whites become smaller and smaller share of the population in the US, how will things play out?”

    I imagine much like the “Mad Max” movie series, only with a far more “vibrant” cast of characters.

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  91. WhatEvvs [AKA "Bemused"] says:

    “From videos on liveleak Mr Brinsley had a history of being harassed by police.”

    After 19 arrests, I suppose he thought so.

    ” So when he went on his murder suicide spree instead of shooting his girlfriend”

    He did shoot his girlfriend.

    “and then his employer,”

    because he was unemployable, after 19 arrests and a few stints in the slammer.

    “shot the people he personally had petty grievances against, the police.”

    And his girlfriend, dummy.

    “As an aside I was involved in a minor fender bender.”

    I’m positive you were shitfaced.

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  92. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:
    @WhatEvvs
    No, they aren't. It will be interesting to see how De Blasio reacts in the coming three years. He is in hock to Sharpton. Sharpton yanks his chain.

    I voted for Thompson and then Lhota, because I had a feeling something like this would happen.

    I know that David Horowitz probably isn't very popular around here but he wrote a very prophetic piece:

    http://www.frontpagemag.com/2014/david-horowitz/the-lefts-war-against-justice-and-peace/

    The mobs who have occupied our streets are not protesting injustice. They are a lynch mob demanding their due. They want officers of the law handcuffed and hung, and criminals (aka “political prisoners”) set free. They want honest juries disbanded, and racist judgments the rule.

    Understand that our president and his chief civil rights officer, who are encouraging the “protests,” are racists, as is the Democratic Party which exerts monopoly control over every major inner city in America. Why else would Obama and Holder look to Al Sharpton, who is certainly the nation’s most prominent racist, as their chief adviser on race relations?

    Al Sharpton is author of the fundamental transformation of the civil rights movement into a racial lynch mob, which took place decades ago
     
    He wrote this December 10.

    Prediction: Obama will make a deal for Joanne Chesimard and then pardon her. She killed cops.

    Prediction: Obama will make a deal for Joanne Chesimard and then pardon her. She killed cops.

    Perhaps they are going to replace all the white cops and the military with their people.

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  93. I’m sure Jeffrey Toobin’s morals , or the lack of same present no problem to the management at CNN.

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  94. “It’s inevitable that the Democrats’ Coalition of the Fringes will attract fringe personalities.”


    And it is just as conceivable and probable that the conservatives own Coalition of the Fringes will drawn in fringe personalities.

    “The “social justice” brand appeals to the unhappy and unsettled. More than a few aren’t quite right in the head: the criminal, the paranoid, the fantasists, and those obsessed with obscure ancestral vendettas.”

    Replace “social justice brand” with “Christian libertarian intelligentsia”. One in the same. Equal to the task of drawing in lunatics.

    “The more “troubled” a person, the more likely they are to be influenced by elite-centric propaganda.”



    Which includes those on the right and the left.

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    Replace “social justice brand” with “Christian libertarian intelligentsia”. One in the same. Equal to the task of drawing in lunatics.

    “The more “troubled” a person, the more likely they are to be influenced by elite-centric propaganda.”



    Which includes those on the right and the left.



    1. There is no 'Christian libertarian intelligentsia' aside from Thomas Woods.

    2. There is no 'elite-centric propaganda' in favor of anything Christian or libertarian. We have no good reason to believe there ever will be.
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  95. @anonymous-antimarxist
    Toobin has a truly horrible reputation both professionally and personal. He makes Keith Olbermann seem almost a gentleman in comparison.

    Toobin is the worst sort of brown noser of the leftist elite. Toobin was CNN's front man for excusing the Obama's administration's failure to meet the minimal expectations of transparency on his birth certificate, college transcripts, Harvard law review leadership, relationship with Bill Ayers.... you name it.

    More recent Toobin atrocities:

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/cnns-toobin-nypd-unions-treatment-of-de-blasio-totally-disgraceful/

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/cnns-toobin-prosecutors-statement-extended-whine-against-media/

    Toobin must have incriminating polaroids of all of CNN/Time/Warner upper management because I have no idea how this clown still has a job.

    It should be no surprise that Toobin was also one of Bill Clinton’s biggest defenders during the Lewinsky Affair. He even wrote a book with the theme that “Bill Clinton was the good guy.”

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    I was against Clinton's removal from office over the Lewinsky affair. However, I remember Toobin's slavish Clinton worship as almost insane at the time. Toobin simultaneously portrayed Clinton as both hero and victim.

    Only years later when Toobin's personal and sexual history as a complete lout became public record did his blind admiration of Clinton make sense.

    CNN apparently did take administrative action against Toobin numerous times, temporarily removing him from on air duties because fears of his personal turmoil would become more widely known undermining his media credibility. Like Clinton, Toobin must have a platinum get out of jail free from Feminism Inc.

    But somehow Toobin has survived at least a half dozen layoffs despite his professional buffoonery. Dozens of credible long time journalists who use to work under Lou Dobbs and rose through the ranks at CNN have been let go. Think Casey Wian is about the last one remaining at CNN and I think Wian is only part time freelancer.
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  96. Contra John Donne I think we’re better off w/o Michael Brown. No one in their right mind would bet on him being anything but a career criminal and probably a failure at that too. But let’s not be too quick to take up for the popo . The FBI put the number of justifiable homicides committed by officers in the line of duty at 391. That count only includes homicides that occurred during the commission of a felony. This total doesn’t include justifiable homicides committed by police officers against people not committing felonies and also doesn’t include homicides found to be not justifiable. But still, this severe undercount far outpaces the number of cops killed by civilians. Police review boards routinely classify police shootings as justified no matter the circumstances. On the other hand the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund reports 33 police officers killed by gun shot in 2012. Most cops die in MVAs.Which is predictable since their car is their work place.Of course most of the people killed by the police are Negros because so many of them are so f’ing stoopid.
    ” Rise of the Warrior Cop: The Militarization of America’s Police Forces” by Radley Balko offers a better perspective on those who ‘protect and serve’ and the consequences for a lot of people innocent and not so innocent who never should have died.EIGHT , eight! SWAT teams showed up at Columbine HS and cowered behind their armoured vehicles for two hours because they deemed it too dangerous to enter the school.Cowards.
    Another book to consider is “A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State’ by John Whitehead. If you don’t have the time for the books there are countless videos on YouTube.

    You can link to dozens of others from that page till you are sick of them.
    also the websites :http://www.copblock.org/ or you can check out raid of the day on The Huffingtonpost.
    You can have some music with it if you like;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlY9C6pzxKc .
    On top of that the bastards love to shoot dogs.

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  97. @anonymous-antimarxist
    Steve,

    You ask the question about "Stopping the Madness". But how is that going to happen when the only people who seem to be losing their jobs are those who stick their necks out an question the "narrative". Most recent example, Ariel Kaminer at the NYT. While those who push it, especially if they are TWMNBN, keep theirs.

    Think all the way back to the Duke Rape Hoax.

    Probably nobody was bigger touter of that journalist atrocity than CNN's Jeffery Toobin. When the SHTF, and CNN looked really bad, CNN had none other than Lou Dobbs, the sole voice of scepticism on the Duke hoax to sit down with Toobin and help him apologize, save face and CNN's reputation.

    Two years later Toobin stabbed Dobbs in the back by jumping on board with Soro's Media Matters and the SPLC campaign's to oust Dobbs from CNN.

    Since then Toobin has been in all sorts of legal troubles away from CNN for acting like a total scumbag for not paying child support, marital infidelity and a having bastard kid he tried to deny fathering. All things for which he was strong reprimanded by judges in family court. He should have been held in contempt and lost his job.

    Through it all, one F-Up after another Toobin keeps his job at CNN.

    http://www.cnn.com/CNN/anchors_reporters/toobin.jeffrey.html

    Here is the latest episode of Jeffery Toobin, senior legal analyst for CNN Worldwide, dumbf**kery

    https://twitter.com/jeffreytoobin/status/541019252648865792

    I regret tweeting praise for @rollingstone story about rape at @uva. I should have been more skeptical. So should've @rollingstone.
     
    Yeah sure!!!

    Toobin has contributed mightily to CNN's loss of 2/3rds of audience. Still has a job. Lou Dobbs, who helped build CNN, one its first 30 or so employees, got canned from CNN for not being pro Open Borders and suggesting that as long as Obama refused to come clean on his birth certificate there was room for doubt.

    When will the Madness Stop? When there is the slightest bit of accountability anywhere.

    This is the same a-hole progressive buffoon who said that Michael Brown was killed “in cold blood.” He walked that back much, much later.

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  98. @Anonymous
    Steve your ability to see through the Uva hoax has been invaluable.Calling bullshit in these days of the "narrative "by using common logic is very uncommon. I used to rely on you and Saint Auster to provide the insight and a critical eye on current events,gratefully we still have you!I know this will probably scare you off but some of the recent events used by the current powers to strengthen the "narrative "are as logically improbable as Jackies story just on a larger scale.a perfect example of a larger story with wild logical inconsistencies would be the sandy hook massacre.no visual evidence a medical examiner who can't answer the simplest questions about the autopsies he just performed.at least give it a cursory look and tell me why I'm crazy for at least questioning if the story is legit.i mean it's all the same people pushing the Uva lie what's to stop them from even bigger hoaxes?

    I know this will probably scare you off but some of the recent events used by the current powers to strengthen the “narrative “are as logically improbable as Jackies story just on a larger scale.a perfect example of a larger story with wild logical inconsistencies would be the sandy hook massacre.no visual evidence a medical examiner who can’t answer the simplest questions about the autopsies he just performed.at least give it a cursory look and tell me why I’m crazy for at least questioning if the story is legit.i mean it’s all the same people pushing the Uva lie what’s to stop them from even bigger hoaxes?

    Steve, independent researchers have done a lot of work on this “event” but no one in the media will touch the story. Please consider this excellent suggestion.

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  99. Were it not for the fact two innocent cops were offed, I’d actually be enjoying this show.

    Obama and his media cheerleaders hyped the whole Michael Brown BS in order to save Barry’s ass or at least mitigate the damage the Democrats would suffer in the midterms.

    For them, there was no downside — if things spiraled out of control, and Ferguson or indeed all of Missouri was burned to the ground, f**k it. Flyover Country, not their voters. Plus, they’d get to lecture the hayseeds on race yet again (I’m surprised the NY Times didn’t bring up “Bloody” Bill Anderson in one of their soporific history lectures). Turn out your vote and if that fails, f*** a red state up the you-know-what.

    Unfortunately for them, after ginning up the mahogany mob to a fever pitch, a far more likely example of police brutality to blacks was caught on videotape not in Flyover Country, but NYC. Worse, as with Missouri, a grand jury decided to acquit.

    Oops!

    Now we’ve demonstrations not in Flyover Country but in Metrosexual Land. And now two cops have been killed. Seems like Missouri isn’t the only place staring savagery in the face.

    If the NYPD abandons policing Giuliani-style and returns to policing Dinkins-style, life in Metrosexual Land becomes much more interesting. The experiences there will be more — what’s the word? Oh yes, diverse.

    What was it the Reverend Jeremiah Wright said about chickens coming home to roost?

    Obama should have paid more attention to the Rev Wright than the Rev Sharpton.

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    " policing Giuliani-style" Really that's what you want ?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Amadou_Diallo

    Really ? Giuliani-style, really ?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abner_Louima

    http://gse.buffalo.edu/FAS/Bromley/classes/theory/Dorismond.htm .I bet this cop was drunk at the time.

    Giuliani is a thin skinned bully ;http://www.nytimes.com/1997/12/02/nyregion/judge-rejects-giuliani-s-attempt-to-kill-bus-ads-using-his-name.html

    And hypocrite; he claims to have learned about hard work from this man :his father, Harold Giuliani, worked for a brother's mob-connected loan sharking business.
    His father had been arrested in 1934 for robbing a milkman at gunpoint and had spent a year and a half in jail.He claims he didn't know about this until much later.

    He loved to take credit for the drop in crime in NYC after he became mayor.That was the same police dept. that David Dinkins had. The crack "epidemic" was under Dinkins. What really caused the crime to drop was that by the time Giuliani became mayor most of those involved in it either got killed , went to jail or just got burned out by a very stressful and dangerous line of work.
    Really Giuliani's greatest talent is self promotion.
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  100. @David In TN
    It should be no surprise that Toobin was also one of Bill Clinton's biggest defenders during the Lewinsky Affair. He even wrote a book with the theme that "Bill Clinton was the good guy."

    I was against Clinton’s removal from office over the Lewinsky affair. However, I remember Toobin’s slavish Clinton worship as almost insane at the time. Toobin simultaneously portrayed Clinton as both hero and victim.

    Only years later when Toobin’s personal and sexual history as a complete lout became public record did his blind admiration of Clinton make sense.

    CNN apparently did take administrative action against Toobin numerous times, temporarily removing him from on air duties because fears of his personal turmoil would become more widely known undermining his media credibility. Like Clinton, Toobin must have a platinum get out of jail free from Feminism Inc.

    But somehow Toobin has survived at least a half dozen layoffs despite his professional buffoonery. Dozens of credible long time journalists who use to work under Lou Dobbs and rose through the ranks at CNN have been let go. Think Casey Wian is about the last one remaining at CNN and I think Wian is only part time freelancer.

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  101. @nglaer
    My reading of this is that Obama has not particularly engaged in over the top rhetoric-- though clearly others, ---Sharpton, DeBlasio, much of the liberal media -- have. And I think the conflation of Sharpton/Obama done by some commenters on this site is delusional. Obama is a mixed race liberal intellectual of East African descent, who sometimes poses as an African-American. But he has to fake it. (and I agree with his foreign policy instincts more than those of just about any prominent Republican, leaving me politically homeless). That said, there is no analyst in the country better than Steve since the present political period --Ferguson/UVA -- started.

    Spot on!

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  103. @Celt Darnell
    Were it not for the fact two innocent cops were offed, I'd actually be enjoying this show.

    Obama and his media cheerleaders hyped the whole Michael Brown BS in order to save Barry's ass or at least mitigate the damage the Democrats would suffer in the midterms.

    For them, there was no downside -- if things spiraled out of control, and Ferguson or indeed all of Missouri was burned to the ground, f**k it. Flyover Country, not their voters. Plus, they'd get to lecture the hayseeds on race yet again (I'm surprised the NY Times didn't bring up "Bloody" Bill Anderson in one of their soporific history lectures). Turn out your vote and if that fails, f*** a red state up the you-know-what.

    Unfortunately for them, after ginning up the mahogany mob to a fever pitch, a far more likely example of police brutality to blacks was caught on videotape not in Flyover Country, but NYC. Worse, as with Missouri, a grand jury decided to acquit.

    Oops!

    Now we've demonstrations not in Flyover Country but in Metrosexual Land. And now two cops have been killed. Seems like Missouri isn't the only place staring savagery in the face.

    If the NYPD abandons policing Giuliani-style and returns to policing Dinkins-style, life in Metrosexual Land becomes much more interesting. The experiences there will be more -- what's the word? Oh yes, diverse.

    What was it the Reverend Jeremiah Wright said about chickens coming home to roost?

    Obama should have paid more attention to the Rev Wright than the Rev Sharpton.

    ” policing Giuliani-style” Really that’s what you want ?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Amadou_Diallo

    Really ? Giuliani-style, really ?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abner_Louima

    http://gse.buffalo.edu/FAS/Bromley/classes/theory/Dorismond.htm .I bet this cop was drunk at the time.

    Giuliani is a thin skinned bully ;http://www.nytimes.com/1997/12/02/nyregion/judge-rejects-giuliani-s-attempt-to-kill-bus-ads-using-his-name.html

    And hypocrite; he claims to have learned about hard work from this man :his father, Harold Giuliani, worked for a brother’s mob-connected loan sharking business.
    His father had been arrested in 1934 for robbing a milkman at gunpoint and had spent a year and a half in jail.He claims he didn’t know about this until much later.

    He loved to take credit for the drop in crime in NYC after he became mayor.That was the same police dept. that David Dinkins had. The crack “epidemic” was under Dinkins. What really caused the crime to drop was that by the time Giuliani became mayor most of those involved in it either got killed , went to jail or just got burned out by a very stressful and dangerous line of work.
    Really Giuliani’s greatest talent is self promotion.

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    Well, let's clear things up immediately by stating that I take anything wikipedia says with a generous helping of salt.

    I spent a lot of time in Dinkins' New York. I thought it was a sh*thole. When I visited it (repeatedly) during Giuliani's time in office, I couldn't believe the change. It was a city worth visiting.

    As for Giuliani's personal traits -- well, I never said I wanted him as a brother-in-law, did I?

    He's a genius for self-promotion? Welcome to America, sunshine.
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  104. The fringe coalition wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for the MSM playing the role of the organ grinder for the monkeys(the coalition of hate).

    Remember the McMartin pre-school molestation case – all ginned up by the MSM.

    The MSM played the Rodney King beating 7×24 until it generated a massive riot….

    Just think if the MSM were on the side of traditional Americans and put the same effort into highlighting demographic change, black-on-white crime, and the negative effects of free trade as they do with any of the examples you list. If they did this nation would be a very different place today. One more related to pre-1965 America than to 2014 Brazil. Instead they do everything in their power to ignore and obfuscate these issues, and tar and feather anyone who attempts to bring them to light.

    Hopefully the power of the MSM is waning a bit in the age of the net. But I think too much damage has occurred to have any hope of correcting things. It’s too bad we didn’t have this access to free speech fifty or even twenty years ago.

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  106. The years haven’t been kind to the Rev Al. Oh I know he has a spot on CNN and goes to visit that other community activist made good at the White House. But think back to those glorious days when he first first crawled out from under his rock to protest Bernhard Goetz’s successful self defense plea. Then came Howard Beach and once again there was the Rev. Al defending the oppressed black morons rights . Rights to what I’m not exactly sure.Then came Tawana Brawley . What a tableau : the defenseless victim clutched to his ample breast.What a heroic figure he cut in his XXL size track suit the pimp hair doo and that salad dish size medallion. Vile human being that he is he never fails to entertain . What a priceless buffoon . He knows what his public wants. And the media latched on to him with a will. From then on his rise was steady or maybe I should say the bar was steadily lowered. Just one little bump in the road when Steven Pagones civil suit finally came up on the docket. Just as the Rev had been dressed up in a suit and tie and was actually running for congress. And being taken seriously by the MSM. The cynics. Think what a loss to our viewing pleasure that was.
    And now he has come to this : a wizened little clown in his dotage .Performing as the monkey to CNN’s organ grinder. .Don’t be too hard on him the Rev Al is following in the best traditions of American politics.

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  107. @Taco

    My side and yours switch beliefs about whether nutcases vaguely associated with someone’s side should be used to attack their side.
     
    Ok, if you said Timouthy McVeigh was "vaguely associated" with the Republican Party, you would only barely be completely wrong.

    Ismaaiyl Brinsley, on his way to kill two cops, posted on the internet "I'm putting wings on pigs today. They take 1 of ours … let's take 2 of theirs."

    Ismaaiyl was "vaguely associated" with race-baiters in the same way that Sinn Fein was (is?) "vaguely associated" with the IRA. In other words, this isn't a case of "vague association". This is a case of direct action inspired by our megaphone wielding elite in a manner which can be described as just short of coordinated.

    In a court of law, that might be hard to prove. But we aren’t in a court of law. We only get to vote, organize, hire, work, and donate to whom we choose; at least for now.

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  108. WhatEvvs [AKA "Bemused"] says:

    Regarding Amadou Diallo, the cops were looking for a rapist who terrorized the neighborhood, a black man who serially raped lots of black women. Diallo, being unwise to the ways of the streets (as a native of Guinea), was reaching for his wallet – the cops thought he was reaching for a gun. He apparently did strongly resemble a description of the rapist.

    It was very unfortunate, but has nothing to do with Giuliani. In fact, under Giuliani (or Bratton) crime rates dropped tremendously.

    When the crime rate dropped, I remember the feeling of having a huge weight lifted from my shoulders. Being able to take the subway, walk in Central Park without being scared for the first time in 20 years. It was wonderful.

    Sorry for Louima, though – that was rotten stuff. Were the cops fired? I was too busy enjoying my freedom to care.

    Diallo was an illegal, by the way. Just saying.

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  109. @Corvinus
    “It’s inevitable that the Democrats’ Coalition of the Fringes will attract fringe personalities.”


    And it is just as conceivable and probable that the conservatives own Coalition of the Fringes will drawn in fringe personalities.


    “The “social justice” brand appeals to the unhappy and unsettled. More than a few aren’t quite right in the head: the criminal, the paranoid, the fantasists, and those obsessed with obscure ancestral vendettas.”

    Replace “social justice brand” with “Christian libertarian intelligentsia”. One in the same. Equal to the task of drawing in lunatics.


    “The more “troubled” a person, the more likely they are to be influenced by elite-centric propaganda.”



    Which includes those on the right and the left.

    Replace “social justice brand” with “Christian libertarian intelligentsia”. One in the same. Equal to the task of drawing in lunatics.

    “The more “troubled” a person, the more likely they are to be influenced by elite-centric propaganda.”



    Which includes those on the right and the left.

    1. There is no ‘Christian libertarian intelligentsia’ aside from Thomas Woods.

    2. There is no ‘elite-centric propaganda’ in favor of anything Christian or libertarian. We have no good reason to believe there ever will be.

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  110. @Jefferson
    "Well, blacks will be the ones to suffer the most if the DOJ and the Obama WH continue their war on police. Local police will concentrate their patrols in communities that give them the most support, regardless of the demographics of the force. This is already true in the Bay Area. In Oakland, for example, response times are quickest in the neighborhoods with large populations of gays, Chinese, and white urban homesteaders. Get shot in West Oakland and prepare to lie in your own blood for a half hour even though Kaiser Permanente is a 5 minute ambulance drive away."

    The African American community deserves snail time like responses from Law Enforcement whenever a Jamal or a LaMarcus in the hood gets shot.

    The police should not give quick response time to a community that sees them as the Devil.

    The African American community deserves snail time like responses from Law Enforcement whenever a Jamal or a LaMarcus in the hood gets shot.

    Because a neighborhood with 60,000 impecunious wage earners resident deserves abuse because Al Sharpton’s road show pulls into town.

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  111. The Republicans have a huge fundamental issue with Libertarians and Conservatives. That contradiction may be impossible to solve, but it would be huge. They treated Ron Paul like a lunatic.

    Might have had something to do with the gold buggery, his history of pandering to the Spicolis in the Libertarian Party, his fantasias about politics in the Near East and North Africa, his other fantasias about the 2d World War, his management skills and memory (in an office employing 4 people, he could not remember who wrote the newsletters), and, er, interacting with his supporters.

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  112. The new captain of the ‘West Indies’ One Day International Cricket team is Jason Holder, from Barbados: http://www.espncricinfo.com/westindies/content/player/391485.html

    Like our attorney general whose family is from that Island: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Holder

    They both have tall foreheads.

    Jason is 6’7″ though, not sure how tall Eric is.

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  113. Where are signs “Police Lives Matter”, “Brown Lives Matter”, and “Yellow Lives Matter” after the killing of two cops?

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  114. I see no issue with preppers, you might want to spend your money on other things but if someone wants to buy food, water filters, etc., what is it to you? Do preppers advocate a Cabnit Secretary of freeze dried food? Or advocate a tax break for putting in supplies?

    Preppers aren’t even reliably paranoid. I’m a semi-prepper. As in, I keep enough extra food for at least a month, stock various things that will come in handy in a disaster, have a full spectrum backpacking kit, etc. And I’m not paranoid – I doubt I’ll ever need this stuff. I just think being prepared is a good idea. And want to try backpacking again, if I ever get the time.

    I bet a lot of the paycheck-to-paycheck pombot mofos I know think saving money and keeping an emergency fund is “paranoid,” too.

    The African American community deserves snail time like responses from Law Enforcement whenever a Jamal or a LaMarcus in the hood gets shot.

    The police should not give quick response time to a community that sees them as the Devil.

    Well, everywhere outside of NYC, anyway, yes; cops responding in black areas should wait in their cars until they reach unit strength, then they can get out and tape the area off.

    I know that David Horowitz probably isn’t very popular around here but he wrote a very prophetic piece:

    I for one don’t hate Dave. I’m sure I could come up with a reason or two to call him a perfidious Jew, but I’ve largely moved past worrying about the Neocon bomb. I figure if our soldiers don’t want to participate in foreign adventures, they shouldn’t sign up. He’s one of the few Jews who seem to be consistent about the Israel/Palestine meets White America/Civil Rights thing; your quote is a good example.

    Perhaps they are going to replace all the white cops and the military with their people.

    If they made the military all-black, or even all-black with white officers, and then turned it against white America, Kentucky alone would roll it up like a cheap carpet.

    And it is just as conceivable and probable that the conservatives own Coalition of the Fringes will drawn in fringe personalities.

    Sure. This is a lot like when Israel compares itself to Yemen or Somalia, though.

    He loved to take credit for the drop in crime in NYC after he became mayor.That was the same police dept. that David Dinkins had.

    ?

    Anne Coulter was on Hannity yesterday. She related a story about the Black Liberation Army holed up in a “mosque.” Rangel was there, blocking the po-po. Dinkins actually ordered all the white cops to leave. Rangel promised to deliver the suspect into custody, but never delivered. Then the situation was repeated, a few weeks into Giuliani’s regime. The cops were outside with their thumbs up their asses. Rudy said there are violent criminals in there, WTF are you doing outside, go in and get them. So they did.

    That’s Coulter’s version, anyway.

    Same cops, different mayors.

    Just think if the MSM were on the side of traditional Americans and put the same effort into highlighting demographic change, black-on-white crime, and the negative effects of free trade as they do with any of the examples you list. If they did this nation would be a very different place today.

    This. This, this, this. I don’t think people do enough thinking along these lines.

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  115. @Whiskey
    Steve, the fragility of the coalition is not from borderline personalities. It is in the MONEY!

    If Ferguson, and St. Louis gets burnt to the ground, who loses MONEY? Not anyone important and connected. By contrast, the War of New York City is going to lose a LOT of people who are important and connected a lot and lot of money.

    New York City is one of the global cities where rich foreigners park their money, usually in real estate, to keep said money away from their own political leaders and rivals. Hence the extraordinary growth in real estate fortunes. Now, turning New York City into Taxi Driver is good winning strategy for votes. Di Blasio won't lose any real support from two cops being murdered -- di Blasio is the BLACK Mayor and as others noted, rode his Black son's Afro into the Mayor's Office.

    But as the cops go back to eating donuts -- the union has already told them to go slow in enforcement -- and adopt situational awareness where every Black person has to be considered a mortal threat, because they are -- Taxi Driver New York City equals a massive real estate dump and massive losses for powerful, connected people: the Pritzkers, Gates, Buffett, Murdoch, etc.

    The central problem of our elites is that they are stupid. They rise not on merit but heredity and social connections, and subscribe to an idiot PC religion that as Paul Gottfried in VDARE (if you don't read VDARE you should) notes is post-Christian with explicit Christian symbols and theology grafted onto Marxism.

    Thus stupid moves to rile up Black violence for votes not being able to think two steps ahead and realize that NYC wealth will be flushed down the toilet for the nation to see -- and make enemies out of the powerful global oligarchs who invested money there.

    THAT is the fragility. The destruction of oligarch wealth which WILL generate a reprisal.

    Obama's real motivation for pushing anti-White hatred among Blacks is of course to stop Hillary! from winning the nomination. The two hate each other, and Obama wants to cement his credibility by annointing another Black man as successor. Probably frequent guest Al Sharpton.

    Don't laugh. Al Sharpton now has approval on all Sony Pictures movies, according to Amy Pascal, and has insisted on Idris Elba as the new James Bond after Daniel Craig does his last movie after Spectre. Reportedly, all Sony movies will feature majority Black casts particularly in lead roles and Black themed storylines. Al Sharpton is the go-to guy for the networks and media on Black issues and is regarded as the Black Civil Rights elder statesman.

    I've yet to see any reason why Sharpton cannot replicate the Obama feat of capturing the nomination -- Blacks make up the majority of voters by a huge margin in the South and in many other states; in places like Iowa and New Hampshire with few Blacks, Blacks are a sacred totem of worship in the new PC religion. Against Jeb Bush even Sharpton could win; against someone more rational probably not, if the global Oligarch money lines up against him.

    You cannot have a society that worships all things Black and not have a Black President to match all those movies and TV shows. My guess is we see a massive Derbyshire Cold Civil War with global Oligarchs figuring out that All Black All the Time turns their investments into Detroit Real Estate. Matched against the real power of Black votes in cities where they are the absolute majority.

    Whiskey, you said: “Blacks make up the majority of voters by a huge margin in the South and in many other states”

    Blacks make up the majority of voting age population only in the District of Columbia. In Mississippi, next highest, they are under 40%.

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  116. Per the Census Bureau, DC’s total population is now a 50% black, 36% white Anglo, 10% Hispanic, 4% miscellaneous.

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    Per the Census Bureau, DC’s total population is now a 50% black, 36% white Anglo, 10% Hispanic, 4% miscellaneous.

     

    Will they still have three Electors when the SWPL gentrifiers push the others out?

    And when did the Census Bureau adopt the ridiculous term "Anglo"?
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  117. “Same cops.” Might as well say Chimps and Humans have the same DNA. “They’re practically identical!”

    Buzz: more of Whiskey’s political genius. How does anyone get from “not a single Democrat from the South in the House of Representatives” to “the majority of Southern voters are black” without an alarm or a warning flag…somethin?

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  118. @Art Deco
    Per the Census Bureau, DC's total population is now a 50% black, 36% white Anglo, 10% Hispanic, 4% miscellaneous.

    Per the Census Bureau, DC’s total population is now a 50% black, 36% white Anglo, 10% Hispanic, 4% miscellaneous.

    Will they still have three Electors when the SWPL gentrifiers push the others out?

    And when did the Census Bureau adopt the ridiculous term “Anglo”?

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  119. Events have now spun out of control for the the Liberals because they clearly blundered into a big mistake by picking a fight with the cops. If it comes down to a popularity contest between blacks and blue, blue will come out on top. Worse, blacks are at a high point in terms of tolerance and accommodations and have a lot of downside risk to continued bad behavior. It probably does not hurt Conservatives to let the mob punch themselves out in preparation two years from now when their party will get split in two like a log. Maybe if there is enough pressure, Elizabeth Warren can put Al Shartton on the ticket to quell the rioting.

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  120. WhatEvvs [AKA "Bemused"] says:

    I’m over the shock and beginning to wonder how Brinsley managed to kill two cops. What did he do? I can see how he got their attention, they rolled down a window, and he blew one away. Why didn’t the other get out his gun? Was it that fast?

    Or did he have an accomplice?

    Chuck Johnson has a video up that he snatched from Brinsley’s FB page that clearly indicates he was with a friend, in a taxi. But I don’t know what day that’s from.

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  121. I’m sure I could come up with a reason or two to call him a perfidious Jew,

    I’m sure you could, too. You could probably come up with a reason to call Samuel Gompers a perfidious Jew, Gen. Monash, and this guy as well:

    http://www.thejc.com/news/uk-news/a-%EF%AC%81nal-farewell-our-d-day-heroes

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  122. @donut
    " policing Giuliani-style" Really that's what you want ?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Amadou_Diallo

    Really ? Giuliani-style, really ?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abner_Louima

    http://gse.buffalo.edu/FAS/Bromley/classes/theory/Dorismond.htm .I bet this cop was drunk at the time.

    Giuliani is a thin skinned bully ;http://www.nytimes.com/1997/12/02/nyregion/judge-rejects-giuliani-s-attempt-to-kill-bus-ads-using-his-name.html

    And hypocrite; he claims to have learned about hard work from this man :his father, Harold Giuliani, worked for a brother's mob-connected loan sharking business.
    His father had been arrested in 1934 for robbing a milkman at gunpoint and had spent a year and a half in jail.He claims he didn't know about this until much later.

    He loved to take credit for the drop in crime in NYC after he became mayor.That was the same police dept. that David Dinkins had. The crack "epidemic" was under Dinkins. What really caused the crime to drop was that by the time Giuliani became mayor most of those involved in it either got killed , went to jail or just got burned out by a very stressful and dangerous line of work.
    Really Giuliani's greatest talent is self promotion.

    Well, let’s clear things up immediately by stating that I take anything wikipedia says with a generous helping of salt.

    I spent a lot of time in Dinkins’ New York. I thought it was a sh*thole. When I visited it (repeatedly) during Giuliani’s time in office, I couldn’t believe the change. It was a city worth visiting.

    As for Giuliani’s personal traits — well, I never said I wanted him as a brother-in-law, did I?

    He’s a genius for self-promotion? Welcome to America, sunshine.

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    I think you are being too hard on Wikipedia. I will usually take their word for anything up to the Third Punic War .
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  123. Liberals hate the Police even more than Conservatives hate the IRS. You will never hear Conservatives shouting on the streets “WHAT DO WE WANT ? DEAD IRS GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. WHEN DO WE WANT IT ? NOW”

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  124. The supposedly pro-union Democrat liberal Mayor representing the vibrant alliance which now owns my city: money lenders, bourgeois gays, “creative class” art-yuppies, trustfund hippies on extended adolescent sabbatical in “arts communities for the young”, Euroscum rentiers and angry urban youths VERSUS the NYPD union ,last bastion of the white working class in this city, along with the firefighters and union construction. You couldn’t ask for a more perfect capsule version of the political reality in this country right now.

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  125. @Celt Darnell
    Well, let's clear things up immediately by stating that I take anything wikipedia says with a generous helping of salt.

    I spent a lot of time in Dinkins' New York. I thought it was a sh*thole. When I visited it (repeatedly) during Giuliani's time in office, I couldn't believe the change. It was a city worth visiting.

    As for Giuliani's personal traits -- well, I never said I wanted him as a brother-in-law, did I?

    He's a genius for self-promotion? Welcome to America, sunshine.

    I think you are being too hard on Wikipedia. I will usually take their word for anything up to the Third Punic War .

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  126. I’m sure you could, too. You could probably come up with a reason to call Samuel Gompers a perfidious Jew, Gen. Monash, and this guy as well

    Or you. But I’ll say Merry Christmas instead. Here’s hoping Santa brings you a sense of humor.

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