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World War H is, of course, the globally escalating conflict over Hair. In brief, the terms of your inevitable surrender in World War Hair are that you must:

  • Worship black women’s hair,
  • Listen quietly and appreciatively as black women talk about their hair endlessly,
  • But never, ever ask to touch it.

Thus, from the BBC:

Afro hair: How black Finns are taking on racism

By Naima Mohamud, BBC News, 9 hours ago

The women behind the Good Hair Day: Paloma Sandberg (l), Vanessa Daniels, Michaela Moua, Saida Mäki-Penttilä and Akunna Onwen

More than 50,000 people with African background live in Finland, according to Statistics Finland.

Michaela Moua is one of them.

Born to a Finnish mother and Ivorian father, she is one of five Afro-Finns behind Finland’s only annual event dedicated to afro hair, the Good Hair Day.

“You don’t see us in the Finnish society. We’re a visible but invisible minority,” she tells the BBC.

The hair event, created to celebrate afro hair, was born four years ago. This year it was held on 24 August.

Ms Moua says the event, which consists of workshops and panel discussions, was born out of necessity.

“We wanted to create an event that not only celebrated afro hair but was also educational and offered advice on how to take care of afro hair – especially for mixed race families,” she says.

Although the event is about hair, Ms Moua says the issue combs deeper.

“Many of us [Afro-Finns] thought for a long time that we were alone and a lot of us felt very lonely. This was a way to bring us together and realise there are more of us than we thought.”

… She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.

“A lot of us were born here but regardless, society tells us we are not Finnish. Who gets to be Finnish and what does being Finnish mean?” she asks.

Finland, with its relatively small population, has been a trendsetter in many fields since independence in 1917.

The country scores consistently well on international ratings for stability, freedom, public safety and social progress.

However, sexual and gender equality have not translated as easily to race relations.

“Last year EU released a study about racism in EU countries,” Ms Moua says. “Finland topped the list.” …

“We don’t want to be objects. We are creating our narrative now and with projects like the Good Hair Day we are creating a safe space to talk about our experiences, to talk about our hair and offer advice and support to one another. It’s empowering. We are here to uplift our community.”

Isn’t Diversity great? In Finland, one of the weirder cultures of Europe, we see a “Good Hair Day” (with T-shirts in English not Finnish) with the leaders mouthing the exact same talking points, in English, as Oberlin students in America would have used in 2014.

Diversity: it’s turning the whole wide world into one giant Oberlin campus. You can’t get much more Diverse than that!

MEOF: Make Earth Oberlin Forever!

Please note that the two “B”s in BBC stand for “British Broadcasting,” not Babylon Bee as you might have expected from reading this almost too-perfect article.

Coming soon in Finland: the Helsinki Times’ lauded “1999 Project” documenting how Africans built Finland from the ground up and thus are absolutely fundamental to Finnish history.

 
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  1. “We don’t want to be objects. We are creating our narrative now and with projects like the Good Hair Day we are creating a safe space to talk about our experiences, to talk about our hair and offer advice and support to one another. It’s empowering. We are here to uplift our community.”

    …….sigh……..please…….kill me.

    • Replies: @Bard of Bumperstickers
    "Dippity-Do"-ing while Rome-on-the-Potomac burns. Africans in Finland? It's Finn-ished. #RaindeerReparations #African'tankerous

    So suomi!

    , @Lagertha
    oh shit, my bad....Here are my heroes for your children and your wife to visit my family's estate:
    hhtps://youtube/arkXCiTZoyQ

    What is the message?

    I am the stupid chick to bring about the message of Steve's post? So what do y'all want me to say?
  2. Anon[226] • Disclaimer says:

    This is just American cultural imperialism.

    If you’re an American who cares about Europe, you ultimately have to support the decline of American power and prestige because this nonsense is not going to stop otherwise.

    I don’t agree with Varg Vikernes on everything, but he has a point here:

    • Replies: @syonredux
    Surprised that he didn't go for the source: imagine if the Anglo-Saxons never conquered Britain.....
    , @Forbes
    USA caused, or is responsible for, the USSR?

    I have to stop reading after such nonsense...
    , @Oleaginous Outrager
    No USSR? No Muslim extremism? No A-bombs? What the fuck is this moron babbling about? Why would anybody take seriously anything spouted by someone so obviously historically ignorant?
    , @SunBakedSuburb
    No Walmart.
    , @Oddsbodkins
    American power will continue to decrease and Europe will be free to be... Whatever China and Russia want them to be.
    , @IHTG
    Not clear that the presence of millions more Jews in Europe (due to no US for them to immigrate to) would have resulted in "no Israel".
    , @Jack D
    No bad breath, no dandruff, no gingivitis. America - is there anything (BAD) that it's not responsible for? This is the flip side of blacks lacking all agency. Whites (and in particular America) have UNLIMITED agency - we are responsible for EVERYTHING.

    And this from a man who is a convicted murderer. And as a Norwegian, he seems to be more concerned with German suffering than with the suffering of his own people. Do the Germans bear any responsibility for the bombing of Dresden or is it ALL the American's fault? Was Kaufman reacting to anything the Germans did? Was the A-bomb invented in a vacuum?
    , @Dr Van Nostrand
    Somebody inform this damn fool about the Butterfly Effect.
    , @William Badwhite
    Makes sense, because a vast continent with spectacular natural wealth that was sparsely populated by stone age people would have remained empty forever if it hadn't been for the Europeans.
    , @Thea
    Muslims extremists seem to predate the USA by centuries. Just ask North African Christians if you can find one.

    And the US opposed the nascent USSR and tried to sabotage it.

    , @getaclue
    The "Noble Savage" thing is total bs if you research the true history of the Tribes....Many of them have oral histories that when they got here there were already people here -- the Mound Builders and others--even the dreaded White People (the remains of such are seized and not allowed to be studied as it would hurt the narrative and possible the Casino biz free for all of the "Natives"....)-- and that they murdered them upon meeting them. So much for the narrative...-- "Whitey" came and did some of the same but obviously was not as good at total extermination as they were as we can see as to the prosperous Casino owners of today etc.-- the Trail of Tears bs was written long after the "event" which it lies about -- by a political hack who hated Andrew Jackson and spent his life slandering him (went to prison I believe for this type conduct and came out worse than before....).

    So like so much else the "Native American" narrative is bs--"Black Elk" of "Black Elk Speaks" fame was in fact for the second half of his life a dedicated Catholic and converted many, many to what he was sure was the One True Faith and that the Old Ways were superseded by it--the book writers who interviewed him and wrote the book left that out and lied about it much to his chagrin when he found out later, sort of ahead of their time Leftists who would no doubt have been quite welcome on the NYSlimes staff in years to come.... Many of the Tribes were very happy for some of the improvements the dreaded "Whiteys" brought, others joined forces with "Whitey" against their enemy Tribes with which they had been at war and murdering each other for many years....

    Like the African Slave Trade almost everything you hear is a lie -- the first Slave Owner in the USA was a Black Man, 2 Coastal African Kings (Black guys) were basically responsible for it completely --going after the interior Black Tribes ("Whitey" couldn't get near due to Malaria and other diseases) they viewed as inferior and stupid and enslaving them and selling them to Muslim Slavers who castrated the ones not lucky enough to be shipped elsewhere than Muslim countries--and the 2 Kings made huge fortunes doing this, all this is very well known in Africa but not mentioned in text books written by liars in the USA....-- History is His - Story in many respects mostly bs written by the victor and assorted liars for political reasons (such as much about the start of WW2 that passes for truth and isn't, the "Holocaust" etc....) and now we are seeing it just rewritten wholesale and obviously by SJW "Professors"/ "Historians" in the current hysteria of hating all things "whitey" and putting a lying "Diverse" face everywhere....
    , @Dumbo
    Not a fan of U.S. imperialism, or of anglo imperialism (since the US in a way it's a continuation of the British Empire), but actually, if the English hadn't invaded/colonized America, probably the Spanish and the French would, and since they seemed to have brought more slave and mixed more, then the whole of America from North to South would be a huge Latin America with a tri-racial population. Which wouldn't be good, but, on the other hand, its effect on world politics would be minimal, but it's unclear if this would be good or bad to Europe, which would have problems one way or another.
  3. It’s ironic how undiverse black hair. And styling it requires using products similar to Drano.

    • Replies: @Kronos
    Some of this hair-relaxer stuff does look painful. When Chris Rock did a documentary on "Good Hair" there were photos of scalp burns and such.

    Also, here's a funny scene from Malcolm X.

    https://youtu.be/S1DhUWQV_QU

    , @MrLiberty
    No, those products are not used to "style it," but to culturally-appropriate "white-looking" hair. Natural requires very little other than conditioning.
  4. We’re a visible but invisible minority,” she tells the BBC.

    Rest assured, ladies, you’re not invisible. Could you please get those fros trimmed a bit? Down in front! I can’t even read the article.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    "Rest assured, ladies, you’re not invisible."

    Maybe they are at night.
  5. You have to be a crazy person if you’re Finnish and you take a black mate. Your mulatto offspring will never be accepted or fit in.

  6. I wonder if an Afro-Finnish Finland would have defeated the Soviet Union in war…

    • Replies: @Forbes
    I'm afraid they'd still be putting their pants on while the Red Army rolled over them.
    , @Ghost of Bull Moose
    They'd have to work on their snow camouflage.
  7. I ignore black women’s hair as long as I am upwind of it.

  8. You can be pretty and have Afro hair. None of these girls qualify.

  9. Ok, the one on the right isn’t half bad. If she did her hair nice.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    Agreed. These girls' hair ain't their big problem.
  10. Finland’s only annual event dedicated to afro hair

    This implies that there should be more than one.

  11. @JimB
    It’s ironic how undiverse black hair. And styling it requires using products similar to Drano.

    Some of this hair-relaxer stuff does look painful. When Chris Rock did a documentary on “Good Hair” there were photos of scalp burns and such.

    Also, here’s a funny scene from Malcolm X.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
    Wonder why lil' Spike Lee didn't include Malcolm's many homosexual experiences in that BS movie?

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2005/may/19/gayrights.usa

    https://www.cambridge.org/core/product/D087A343B0CA1BA14D54E541367B1639/core-reader

    https://www.gaycitynews.nyc/stories/2011/10/w8172-malcolm-xs-queer-affinities-2011-05-18.html
    , @Jim bob Lassiter
    Shit happens when you don't pay your water bill.
    , @Jane Plain
    I read Mr. X's autobio (written mostly by Alex Haley) and was surprised at that scene. The overwhelming majority of black men when I grew up in the Stone Age didn't 'conk' their hair - that was for show-offs. It is true that most black women straightened their hair with painful lye-based preparations. I believe most of these are not used nowadays. Black women have much more healthy alternatives.

    With respect to this urban legend of people going up to black women and asking to touch their hair, or not even asking, I cry bullshit. Whites, Latins and Asians fear blacks. I can't imagine anyone simply walking up to a black woman & touching her hair.
  12. This is the best reply.

    • Replies: @Microwave Surfer

    This is the best reply.

     

    Yes. Today is White People's Day.

    Celebrate.
    , @Ron Mexico
    "Oh, the deeper I spin
    Oh, the hunter will sin for your ivory skin
    Took a drive in the dirty rain
    To a place where the wind calls your name
    Under the trees the river laughing at you and me
    Hallelujah, heavens white rose
    The doors you open
    I just can't close"

    U2 Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses

    💘 White Women
  13. Anonymous[302] • Disclaimer says:

    $100 bills are being left on the sidewalk as people fail to invest in black women’s hair:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/av/business-49141561/not-only-are-we-black-we-re-female-for-them-it-s-a-turn-off

    ‘Not only are we black, we’re female… for them, it’s a turn-off’

    Joycelyn Mate says she struggled to raise funding for her afro haircare company Afrocenchix, despite female-led businesses contributing more than £70bn to the UK economy.

    Despite the rising number of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) businesses, the black population remains the least likely to be self-employed and their businesses are more likely to face difficulties accessing traditional financing.

  14. Wouldn’t it be enormously simpler and more efficient for women to just shave their heads and wear whatever wigs tickle their fancies?

    Or better yet, change their hair to please their guys?

    Seriously.
    Really.

    • Replies: @JMcG
    Like Tina Turner!
  15. @Anon
    This is just American cultural imperialism.

    If you're an American who cares about Europe, you ultimately have to support the decline of American power and prestige because this nonsense is not going to stop otherwise.

    I don't agree with Varg Vikernes on everything, but he has a point here:

    https://twitter.com/GandalftheWhi19/status/1167878405041221634

    Surprised that he didn’t go for the source: imagine if the Anglo-Saxons never conquered Britain…..

  16. Anonymous[377] • Disclaimer says:

    Born to a Finnish mother and Ivorian father,

    … She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.

    If black women are equally attractive, isn’t the problem that black men chose to mate with white women than with black women? The fathers of these women favored white over black. Thus, these girls are the products of black preferring white over black. Also, if these women are so into blackness, why not go live in Africa?

    Another thing. If white Finnish women rejected white men and decided to have kids with black men, it’s part of a global pattern reaching even Japan. It’s based on jungle fever that says women prefer black men as superior studs for having more muscle and bigger penises. Thus, jungle fever is also about favoring a certain race over another.

    If Afro-Colonization of White Wombs have reached even distant Finland, the game is almost over. Increasingly as white lands and white wombs are taken by blacks, white race will become like the people of North Africa.

    • Replies: @El Dato

    It’s based on jungle fever that says women prefer black men as superior studs for having more muscle and bigger penises.
     
    WELP!

    There is no doubt about this at all. All the feminism rage & fury and the tiresome book diarrhea by the uglies is about being allowed to choose huge dick with no constraints and no talking-to by daddy. Overrides in priority the remote possibility of getting bitchslapped later and/or of having to make sammiches for the rest of the life, even if this is apparently absolutely haram in feminism.

    Check out the life story of the gal who got involved with the top legal black man at Google.
    , @SunBakedSuburb
    "women prefer black men as superior studs for having more muscle and bigger penises."

    Did you enjoy writing that sentence? I know I did. Why do I feel like Michael Caine in Zulu (1964)?
    , @Anon
    Let me guess. Your own significant other is white. I've noticed that those who shout loudest for interacial pairings rarely bother to marry someone of another color themselves.
    , @ben tillman

    If black women are equally attractive, isn’t the problem that black men chose to mate with white women than with black women?
     
    No.

    There is no either/or involved. 90% of children sired by black men of women of other races are born out of wedlock in this country, and it seems to be the same elsewhere.
    , @alt right moderate
    That, or working class white women tending to date men with happy-go-lucky personalities. When not dating black guys, these kind of white women have a habit of dating white, man-children with personalities like Andy from Parks and Recreation.
  17. Isn’t Diversity great? In Finland, one of the weirder cultures of Europe, we see a “Good Hair Day” (with T-shirts in English not Finnish) with the leaders mouthing the exact same talking points, in English, as Oberlin students in America would have used in 2014.

    Diversity: it’s turning the whole wide world into one giant Oberlin campus. You can’t get much more Diverse than that!

    Skallas’ 1,000 year empire

  18. I’m getting the rage of Jesus at the Temple when he enters to worship … and there are low-effort posters of bloody Soros everywhere.

    “We don’t want to be objects. We are creating our narrative now and with projects like the Good Hair Day we are creating a safe space to talk about our experiences, to talk about our hair and offer advice and support to one another. It’s empowering. We are here to uplift our community.”

    You are also “big” and stop wearing horrible earrings.

    Still, this is unreal. All the keywords have been used. It’s got to be an AI. It must be.

    “Last year EU released a study about racism in EU countries,” Ms Moua says. “Finland topped the list.” …

    That is a warning, not a call to start carving out safe spaces.

  19. Anonymous[151] • Disclaimer says:

    Political correctness has infected the whole World. It is not exclusive to the U.S. Here Rafael Bastos, Brazil’s most famous comedian, goes on the Joe Rogan podcast and explains the situation of him becoming persona non grats by feminists, after he made a joke about wanting to have sex with a woman and her baby. He also has made several racially-charged jokes(in good fun) that have enraged racial activists. Bastos belongs to those 10-20% of Brazilians who truly are white, so he doesen’t get much lewey to say whatever he wants: And getting off-topic a little, why is it that almost every Brazilian guy is handsome and have tattoos?

  20. @Anon
    This is just American cultural imperialism.

    If you're an American who cares about Europe, you ultimately have to support the decline of American power and prestige because this nonsense is not going to stop otherwise.

    I don't agree with Varg Vikernes on everything, but he has a point here:

    https://twitter.com/GandalftheWhi19/status/1167878405041221634

    USA caused, or is responsible for, the USSR?

    I have to stop reading after such nonsense…

    • Replies: @TomSchmidt
    Immediately after the USA declared war on Germany in WW1, the Germans realized they needed to remove Russia from the War. Putting Lenin on a sealed train and dropping him off to take Russia out of the War and free Germany to fight in the West and maybe collapse the French will before the USA could turn the tide of battle (as happened in1918) was a desperate gamble necessitated by the US declaration of war.

    Both events happened in April, 2017.
    , @byrresheim
    Sadly no nonsense, follow the money.

    There is heavy German guilt as well, strangely that is the one German crime nobody wants to talk about.

    Go figure.
  21. How much more trivial and self-absorbed can woke culture get?

    • Replies: @anonymous
    Please

    Please

    I beg of you do not invoke another race to the bottom.

    My feeling is that it can get very much worse.
  22. @BenKenobi
    I wonder if an Afro-Finnish Finland would have defeated the Soviet Union in war...

    I’m afraid they’d still be putting their pants on while the Red Army rolled over them.

  23. @Anonymous

    Born to a Finnish mother and Ivorian father,
     

    ... She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.
     
    If black women are equally attractive, isn't the problem that black men chose to mate with white women than with black women? The fathers of these women favored white over black. Thus, these girls are the products of black preferring white over black. Also, if these women are so into blackness, why not go live in Africa?

    Another thing. If white Finnish women rejected white men and decided to have kids with black men, it's part of a global pattern reaching even Japan. It's based on jungle fever that says women prefer black men as superior studs for having more muscle and bigger penises. Thus, jungle fever is also about favoring a certain race over another.

    If Afro-Colonization of White Wombs have reached even distant Finland, the game is almost over. Increasingly as white lands and white wombs are taken by blacks, white race will become like the people of North Africa.

    It’s based on jungle fever that says women prefer black men as superior studs for having more muscle and bigger penises.

    WELP!

    There is no doubt about this at all. All the feminism rage & fury and the tiresome book diarrhea by the uglies is about being allowed to choose huge dick with no constraints and no talking-to by daddy. Overrides in priority the remote possibility of getting bitchslapped later and/or of having to make sammiches for the rest of the life, even if this is apparently absolutely haram in feminism.

    Check out the life story of the gal who got involved with the top legal black man at Google.

    • Replies: @Gary
    El Dato,

    Would you provide link to the life story of the gal who got involved with the top legal
    black man at Google?
  24. More than 50,000 people with African background live in Finland, according to Statistics Finland.

    So that is roughly 1 percent of Finland’s population. According to the CIA Factbook, Finland’s demographic makeup is thus:

    Finnish (official) 87.6%, Swedish (official) 5.2%, Russian 1.4%, other 5.8% (2018 est.)

    So afro-Finns are closing in on ethnic Russians.

    • Replies: @Charon
    Europe looked over at America, with our rich and vibrant history of positive, peaceful race relations, and said "Oh, we want some of that!"
    , @Almost Missouri
    I had the same thought: already 1% of the population is African hunter-gatherer despite being an advanced techno-industrial society near the Arctic Circle.

    Dollars to donuts, they are overwhelmingly African father-Finnish mother.

    As it happens, I knew a reasonably attractive young Finnish woman who jungle fevered for a Tanzanian guy. I always thought, is there no one better suited for her within the 150 million square miles or Earth that are closer to Finland than Tanzania is? I mean, there are not even any direct flights from Tanzania to Finland. It's not like the girl had any particular interest in Tanzanian culture. She just up and hooks a Tanzanian for no obvious reason one day. One suspects daddy issues, whether actual bio-daddy or the sugar-daddy/nanny state.

    I suppose one could say the same about the Tanzanian: no one more suitable within the 150 million square miles closer to balmy Tanzania than frigid Finland? One could say that, but there is one obvious reason, well two actually: the Finnish woman was prettier than women closer to home, and the Finnish welfare state is very generous, especially by Tanzanian standards. So for him it makes sense.

    It ultimately didn't work out, of course. At least she refrained from procreating. Lost track of her so I don't know what became of her. Had never married nor procreated when last heard from at about 30-ish. Maybe "once you go black you can never come back" also rhymes in Finnish.

  25. It’s like a horrible baby of inferiority complex and idiocy. Maybe uh they prioritize western standards because that’s what most people have in the area huh, not because anyone thinks curly hair is ugly.

  26. Say what you will about black women being obtrusive and obnoxious, there is a seriously effective way to avoid static about black women’s coiffures.

    Simply ignore them.

  27. @Anon
    This is just American cultural imperialism.

    If you're an American who cares about Europe, you ultimately have to support the decline of American power and prestige because this nonsense is not going to stop otherwise.

    I don't agree with Varg Vikernes on everything, but he has a point here:

    https://twitter.com/GandalftheWhi19/status/1167878405041221634

    No USSR? No Muslim extremism? No A-bombs? What the fuck is this moron babbling about? Why would anybody take seriously anything spouted by someone so obviously historically ignorant?

    • Replies: @fnn
    I think he's telling us he's not a fan of Woodrow Wilson.
    , @Logan
    To take one example, Muslim extremism started with Big Mo himself, quite a bit before the US came along.
  28. “A lot of us were born here but regardless, society tells us we are not Finnish. Who gets to be Finnish and what does being Finnish mean?” she asks.

    Finland, with its relatively small population, has been a trendsetter in many fields since independence in 1917.

    The country scores consistently well on international ratings for stability, freedom, public safety and social progress.

    Her question answered, I think:

    “Finnish means” being one of the ethnic group that was able to create this particular country that scores consistently well on international ratings for stability, freedom, public safety and social progress.”

    I.e.–not her.

  29. “Finland, one of the weirder cultures of Europe”

    If you think of Finns as being descendants of elves then it all make sense.

    • LOL: SafeNow
    • Replies: @Charon
    Yeah, and by elves we mean Keebler elves not LOTR elves.
  30. “Diversity: it’s turning the whole wide world into one giant Oberlin campus.”

    Steve, dude, you know how to ruin a nice quiet evening.

    Metaphor: Our power elites, Deep State, lobbyists, string-pullers of all sorts are “one giant Oberlin campus”. The rest of us? We’re just fucking Gibson’s Food Mart and Bakery.

    Hey, the metaphor fits, right?

    • Replies: @anonymous
    Except that gibsons won.
    , @Abe

    Metaphor: Our power elites, Deep State, lobbyists, string-pullers of all sorts are “one giant Oberlin campus”. The rest of us? We’re just fucking Gibson’s Food Mart and Bakery.
     
    BOOM! The site says I haven’t commented frequently enough lately to LOL or simply AGREE, but this is a perfect follow-on to another perfect Sailer riff.


    Had to scan my brain for a moment, but Gibson’s is the campus bakery that was defamed for racism by the school after several black students were caught shoplifting wine.

  31. @Hhsiii
    Ok, the one on the right isn’t half bad. If she did her hair nice.

    Agreed. These girls’ hair ain’t their big problem.

    • Replies: @Kyle
    I agree the problem is not hair, it’s that 4 out of 5 of them are not very pretty. They project their own insecurities on to other people, and become paranoid about what others think of their hair.
    The girl on the far right is the most pretty and the most black.
  32. Semi-OT: The NYT has a very long and tedious article about affirmative action that mostly centers on how Asians supposedly feel about AA. (Spoiler: they are all for it, except when it discriminates against them). But anyway, toward the very end (in “upside down” NYT fashion), the author more or less gratuitously veers off into one of Steve’s recurring observations about how black recipients of AA are currently mostly foreigners and recent immigrants. Perhaps this particular intra-PoC conflict may be staring to get some traction. (Please excuse the longish quote).

    In September 2017, Delmar Fears, a 19-year-old junior at Cornell, walked up to the office of President Martha E. Pollack. As co-chair of the group Black Students United, she was accompanied by hundreds of chanting students who had all come to deliver a set of demands. The list mostly included administrative and curricular changes, from the creation of a “minority-liaison-at-large” position to the hiring of psychologists and physicians of color. But the ninth demand, sandwiched between the creation of a “student honor board” and a “permanent presidential task force,” set off an unexpected maelstrom.

    “We demand that Cornell Admissions to come up with a plan to actively increase the presence of underrepresented Black students on this campus. We define underrepresented Black students as Black Americans who have several generations (more than two) in this country. The Black student population at Cornell disproportionately represents international or first-generation African or Caribbean students. While these students have a right to flourish at Cornell, there is a lack of investment in Black students whose families were affected directly by the African Holocaust in America. Cornell must work to actively support students whose families have been impacted for generations by white supremacy and American fascism.”

    Fears and her group received weeks of blowback from conservative websites, and Black Students United later said it regretted the wording of its statement. But that year Fears wrote a final paper on the issue titled “Who Makes Up the 7 Percent of Black Cornellians?” which detailed some of the demographic change that had taken place on exclusive college campuses. In a 2004 New York Times article, Henry Louis Gates Jr., the chairman of Harvard’s African and African-American studies department, and Lani Guinier, a professor in the law school, pointed out that while Harvard had increased its black undergraduate population to 8 percent, a majority of those students — up to two-thirds — were international students, first- or second-generation immigrants from Africa or the Caribbean or the children of biracial couples. What was rare, Gates said, was the black student whose four grandparents lived through slavery, Reconstruction and Jim Crow. Mary C. Waters, the head of Harvard’s sociology department, told The Times, “You need a philosophical discussion about what are the aims of affirmative action. If it’s about getting black faces at Harvard, then you’re doing fine. If it’s about making up for 200 to 500 years of slavery in this country and its aftermath, then you’re not doing well.”

    In 2007, Camille Z. Charles, a professor of sociology and Africana studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and three co-authors, Margarita Mooney, Douglas S. Massey and Kimberly C. Torres, published a study in The Journal of Education titled “Black Immigrants and Black Natives Attending Selective Colleges and Universities in the United States.” Charles, Mooney, Massey and Mary J. Fischer followed up that research with a 2009 article, “Affirmative Action Programs for Minority Students: Right in Theory, Wrong in Practice.” Both papers reported an “overrepresentation” of black immigrant students at highly selective colleges and universities compared with black Americans whose ancestors were enslaved.

    Charles’s study drew on data from 28 schools, going back to 1999. Nearly 20 years later, she is confident that the proportion of black immigrants has increased, but she can’t say exactly how much, because schools do not make that information accessible to the public. “It’s a way to have some plausible deniability,” Charles told me. “The schools are purposefully not paying attention to the backgrounds of the black students they admit. In the ’80s and ’90s, low-income black students could talk about overcoming obstacles in their essays, but over time, that narrative has worn thin. But the immigrant narrative, which is also an American narrative, in some ways might have become a more appealing story for admissions officers. A student can write, say, ‘My parents were doctors in Nigeria, but they had to start all over in the United States,’ and that story doesn’t invoke white guilt. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/28/magazine/affirmative-action-asian-american-harvard.html?action=click&module=Editors%20Picks&pgtype=Homepage

    • Replies: @L Woods

    Spoiler: they are all for it, except when it discriminates against them)
     
    WOW YOU DON’T SAY
    , @istevefan

    ‘My parents were doctors in Nigeria, but they had to start all over in the United States,’ and that story doesn’t invoke white guilt.
     
    Supposing that example were true, then that shows a huge injustice in our immigration system. How on earth could we take away two, TWO, physicians from Nigeria when poor Nigeria has only 4 physicians per 10,000 people? As a comparison the USA has about 25 doctors per 10K people.

    This neo-colonialism in which modern Western nations extract human resources, like their forebears did with natural resources, really must end.
    , @Nicholas Stix
    "If it’s about making up for 200 to 500 years of slavery in this country and its aftermath, then you’re not doing well.”

    1865-1776=500, says the chairman of Harvard's Department of Sociology.
    , @black sea

    What was rare, Gates said, was the black student whose four grandparents lived through slavery, Reconstruction and Jim Crow.
     
    It would be virtually impossible for any black university student in 2004 to have even one grandparent who had lived through Reconstruction, much less the era of slavery.
    , @Charon

    We define underrepresented Black students as Black Americans who have several generations (more than two) in this country.
     
    Oh my. I see a little door opening that they may not actually want opened.

    (And by "they" I don't so much mean the negro agitators as TPTB.)
    , @Sherlock Holmes
    Affirmative Action isn't about reparation for slavery, it's about accepting that blacks and latinos have lower IQ and cannot compete on an equal playing field.
  33. She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.

    Only by having no standards could any of these women ever be considered “beautiful”. They all also appear to be in serious need of some exercise. Maybe less fretting about hair and more walking up stairs.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  34. @Anon
    This is just American cultural imperialism.

    If you're an American who cares about Europe, you ultimately have to support the decline of American power and prestige because this nonsense is not going to stop otherwise.

    I don't agree with Varg Vikernes on everything, but he has a point here:

    https://twitter.com/GandalftheWhi19/status/1167878405041221634

    No Walmart.

  35. @Hypnotoad666
    Semi-OT: The NYT has a very long and tedious article about affirmative action that mostly centers on how Asians supposedly feel about AA. (Spoiler: they are all for it, except when it discriminates against them). But anyway, toward the very end (in "upside down" NYT fashion), the author more or less gratuitously veers off into one of Steve's recurring observations about how black recipients of AA are currently mostly foreigners and recent immigrants. Perhaps this particular intra-PoC conflict may be staring to get some traction. (Please excuse the longish quote).

    In September 2017, Delmar Fears, a 19-year-old junior at Cornell, walked up to the office of President Martha E. Pollack. As co-chair of the group Black Students United, she was accompanied by hundreds of chanting students who had all come to deliver a set of demands. The list mostly included administrative and curricular changes, from the creation of a “minority-liaison-at-large” position to the hiring of psychologists and physicians of color. But the ninth demand, sandwiched between the creation of a “student honor board” and a “permanent presidential task force,” set off an unexpected maelstrom.

    “We demand that Cornell Admissions to come up with a plan to actively increase the presence of underrepresented Black students on this campus. We define underrepresented Black students as Black Americans who have several generations (more than two) in this country. The Black student population at Cornell disproportionately represents international or first-generation African or Caribbean students. While these students have a right to flourish at Cornell, there is a lack of investment in Black students whose families were affected directly by the African Holocaust in America. Cornell must work to actively support students whose families have been impacted for generations by white supremacy and American fascism.”

    Fears and her group received weeks of blowback from conservative websites, and Black Students United later said it regretted the wording of its statement. But that year Fears wrote a final paper on the issue titled “Who Makes Up the 7 Percent of Black Cornellians?” which detailed some of the demographic change that had taken place on exclusive college campuses. In a 2004 New York Times article, Henry Louis Gates Jr., the chairman of Harvard’s African and African-American studies department, and Lani Guinier, a professor in the law school, pointed out that while Harvard had increased its black undergraduate population to 8 percent, a majority of those students — up to two-thirds — were international students, first- or second-generation immigrants from Africa or the Caribbean or the children of biracial couples. What was rare, Gates said, was the black student whose four grandparents lived through slavery, Reconstruction and Jim Crow. Mary C. Waters, the head of Harvard’s sociology department, told The Times, “You need a philosophical discussion about what are the aims of affirmative action. If it’s about getting black faces at Harvard, then you’re doing fine. If it’s about making up for 200 to 500 years of slavery in this country and its aftermath, then you’re not doing well.”

    In 2007, Camille Z. Charles, a professor of sociology and Africana studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and three co-authors, Margarita Mooney, Douglas S. Massey and Kimberly C. Torres, published a study in The Journal of Education titled “Black Immigrants and Black Natives Attending Selective Colleges and Universities in the United States.” Charles, Mooney, Massey and Mary J. Fischer followed up that research with a 2009 article, “Affirmative Action Programs for Minority Students: Right in Theory, Wrong in Practice.” Both papers reported an “overrepresentation” of black immigrant students at highly selective colleges and universities compared with black Americans whose ancestors were enslaved.

    Charles’s study drew on data from 28 schools, going back to 1999. Nearly 20 years later, she is confident that the proportion of black immigrants has increased, but she can’t say exactly how much, because schools do not make that information accessible to the public. “It’s a way to have some plausible deniability,” Charles told me. “The schools are purposefully not paying attention to the backgrounds of the black students they admit. In the ’80s and ’90s, low-income black students could talk about overcoming obstacles in their essays, but over time, that narrative has worn thin. But the immigrant narrative, which is also an American narrative, in some ways might have become a more appealing story for admissions officers. A student can write, say, ‘My parents were doctors in Nigeria, but they had to start all over in the United States,’ and that story doesn’t invoke white guilt. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/28/magazine/affirmative-action-asian-american-harvard.html?action=click&module=Editors%20Picks&pgtype=Homepage
     

    Spoiler: they are all for it, except when it discriminates against them)

    WOW YOU DON’T SAY

  36. @Anonymous

    Born to a Finnish mother and Ivorian father,
     

    ... She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.
     
    If black women are equally attractive, isn't the problem that black men chose to mate with white women than with black women? The fathers of these women favored white over black. Thus, these girls are the products of black preferring white over black. Also, if these women are so into blackness, why not go live in Africa?

    Another thing. If white Finnish women rejected white men and decided to have kids with black men, it's part of a global pattern reaching even Japan. It's based on jungle fever that says women prefer black men as superior studs for having more muscle and bigger penises. Thus, jungle fever is also about favoring a certain race over another.

    If Afro-Colonization of White Wombs have reached even distant Finland, the game is almost over. Increasingly as white lands and white wombs are taken by blacks, white race will become like the people of North Africa.

    “women prefer black men as superior studs for having more muscle and bigger penises.”

    Did you enjoy writing that sentence? I know I did. Why do I feel like Michael Caine in Zulu (1964)?

    • Replies: @byrresheim
    Reality bites.
    Do not blame the messenger for the message.
  37. Miss Helsinki of 2017 was a preposterously-chosen African, so the Cult of Negro Veneration is alive and well in Finland.

    https://redice.tv/news/miss-helsinki-2017-ever-get-the-feeling-that-a-diversity-box-just-had-to-be-ticked

  38. @Oleaginous Outrager
    No USSR? No Muslim extremism? No A-bombs? What the fuck is this moron babbling about? Why would anybody take seriously anything spouted by someone so obviously historically ignorant?

    I think he’s telling us he’s not a fan of Woodrow Wilson.

    • Agree: byrresheim
    • Replies: @syonredux

    I think he’s telling us he’s not a fan of Woodrow Wilson.
     
    Prole-tier. The truly WOKE know that Hegel's master-slave dialect is the source of our current ills...
    , @Oleaginous Outrager
    I want to know what the colonization of the Americas has to do with 632.
  39. “… She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.”

    No, people’s eyes prioritize Western beauty ideals. Finnish women are by and large slender with blue eyes and long blonde hair. Even ones with below average facial structures are going to be considered more beautiful and desirable than the African women in that photo. Truth hurts.

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    Well, are you familiar with the saying,"The older a woman gets, the more she looks like her mother"? I'm thinking these girls are built like Mama. Their BIG mama.
    , @Laugh Track

    “… She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.”

    No, people’s eyes prioritize Western beauty ideals. Finnish women are by and large slender with blue eyes and long blonde hair. Even ones with below average facial structures are going to be considered more beautiful and desirable than the African women in that photo. Truth hurts.
     
    There's plenty of range within "Western beauty ideals". It is not automatic that Western [white] men are attracted to slender women with blue eyes and long blonde hair. Some are, some aren't. Some are attracted to Italian bombshells with sultry dark eyes and black hair. Others are attracted to British women with brown hair and impressive racks. Some, for whatever reason take a liking to women of other racial groups. Some rank intelligence and wit as high attractors, others go for family-oriented "help mates" with big hearts.

    If everyone was holding out for "Western beauty ideals" the human race would have died out long ago. The vast majority of people of every race or ethnic group, male or female, hetero or not, are not stunning lookers. They are nominally attractive in their youth, because hormones are pumping both ways. Add on 20 or 30 years and you have to allow for a lot of flab, cellulite, and toe jam. That's where the mysterious factor of Love comes in. Love underlies long term attraction, even if the initial youthful beauty or energy slowly fades away.

    One could probably write a book about this, but I'm keeping it short as a concession to blog comment norms. Most lengthy posts can usually be whittled down to two or three paragraphs which are more than sufficient.
  40. @theMann
    Wouldn't it be enormously simpler and more efficient for women to just shave their heads and wear whatever wigs tickle their fancies?

    Or better yet, change their hair to please their guys?


    Seriously.
    Really.

    Like Tina Turner!

  41. @AnotherDad
    Agreed. These girls' hair ain't their big problem.

    I agree the problem is not hair, it’s that 4 out of 5 of them are not very pretty. They project their own insecurities on to other people, and become paranoid about what others think of their hair.
    The girl on the far right is the most pretty and the most black.

    • Replies: @Hhsiii
    Some seem to have deliberately uplifted their hair. Like the one in the left has some kinda Kentucky waterfall going on.
  42. @Achmed E. Newman

    We’re a visible but invisible minority,” she tells the BBC.
     
    Rest assured, ladies, you're not invisible. Could you please get those fros trimmed a bit? Down in front! I can't even read the article.

    “Rest assured, ladies, you’re not invisible.”

    Maybe they are at night.

  43. @Anon
    This is just American cultural imperialism.

    If you're an American who cares about Europe, you ultimately have to support the decline of American power and prestige because this nonsense is not going to stop otherwise.

    I don't agree with Varg Vikernes on everything, but he has a point here:

    https://twitter.com/GandalftheWhi19/status/1167878405041221634

    American power will continue to decrease and Europe will be free to be… Whatever China and Russia want them to be.

  44. @fnn
    I think he's telling us he's not a fan of Woodrow Wilson.

    I think he’s telling us he’s not a fan of Woodrow Wilson.

    Prole-tier. The truly WOKE know that Hegel’s master-slave dialect is the source of our current ills…

  45. OT: Hate crime or Hoax?:

    Racist and Anti-Semitic Graffiti Shock a Beachfront Oasis

    “Gas chamber” was scrawled on a door, and a swastika and racial slurs covered nearby walls at Silver Gull Beach Club in Queens.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/01/nyregion/graffiti-beach-club-silver-gull.html?action=click&module=News&pgtype=Homepage&login=email&auth=login-email

    Probably yet another hoax.

  46. @Hypnotoad666
    Semi-OT: The NYT has a very long and tedious article about affirmative action that mostly centers on how Asians supposedly feel about AA. (Spoiler: they are all for it, except when it discriminates against them). But anyway, toward the very end (in "upside down" NYT fashion), the author more or less gratuitously veers off into one of Steve's recurring observations about how black recipients of AA are currently mostly foreigners and recent immigrants. Perhaps this particular intra-PoC conflict may be staring to get some traction. (Please excuse the longish quote).

    In September 2017, Delmar Fears, a 19-year-old junior at Cornell, walked up to the office of President Martha E. Pollack. As co-chair of the group Black Students United, she was accompanied by hundreds of chanting students who had all come to deliver a set of demands. The list mostly included administrative and curricular changes, from the creation of a “minority-liaison-at-large” position to the hiring of psychologists and physicians of color. But the ninth demand, sandwiched between the creation of a “student honor board” and a “permanent presidential task force,” set off an unexpected maelstrom.

    “We demand that Cornell Admissions to come up with a plan to actively increase the presence of underrepresented Black students on this campus. We define underrepresented Black students as Black Americans who have several generations (more than two) in this country. The Black student population at Cornell disproportionately represents international or first-generation African or Caribbean students. While these students have a right to flourish at Cornell, there is a lack of investment in Black students whose families were affected directly by the African Holocaust in America. Cornell must work to actively support students whose families have been impacted for generations by white supremacy and American fascism.”

    Fears and her group received weeks of blowback from conservative websites, and Black Students United later said it regretted the wording of its statement. But that year Fears wrote a final paper on the issue titled “Who Makes Up the 7 Percent of Black Cornellians?” which detailed some of the demographic change that had taken place on exclusive college campuses. In a 2004 New York Times article, Henry Louis Gates Jr., the chairman of Harvard’s African and African-American studies department, and Lani Guinier, a professor in the law school, pointed out that while Harvard had increased its black undergraduate population to 8 percent, a majority of those students — up to two-thirds — were international students, first- or second-generation immigrants from Africa or the Caribbean or the children of biracial couples. What was rare, Gates said, was the black student whose four grandparents lived through slavery, Reconstruction and Jim Crow. Mary C. Waters, the head of Harvard’s sociology department, told The Times, “You need a philosophical discussion about what are the aims of affirmative action. If it’s about getting black faces at Harvard, then you’re doing fine. If it’s about making up for 200 to 500 years of slavery in this country and its aftermath, then you’re not doing well.”

    In 2007, Camille Z. Charles, a professor of sociology and Africana studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and three co-authors, Margarita Mooney, Douglas S. Massey and Kimberly C. Torres, published a study in The Journal of Education titled “Black Immigrants and Black Natives Attending Selective Colleges and Universities in the United States.” Charles, Mooney, Massey and Mary J. Fischer followed up that research with a 2009 article, “Affirmative Action Programs for Minority Students: Right in Theory, Wrong in Practice.” Both papers reported an “overrepresentation” of black immigrant students at highly selective colleges and universities compared with black Americans whose ancestors were enslaved.

    Charles’s study drew on data from 28 schools, going back to 1999. Nearly 20 years later, she is confident that the proportion of black immigrants has increased, but she can’t say exactly how much, because schools do not make that information accessible to the public. “It’s a way to have some plausible deniability,” Charles told me. “The schools are purposefully not paying attention to the backgrounds of the black students they admit. In the ’80s and ’90s, low-income black students could talk about overcoming obstacles in their essays, but over time, that narrative has worn thin. But the immigrant narrative, which is also an American narrative, in some ways might have become a more appealing story for admissions officers. A student can write, say, ‘My parents were doctors in Nigeria, but they had to start all over in the United States,’ and that story doesn’t invoke white guilt. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/28/magazine/affirmative-action-asian-american-harvard.html?action=click&module=Editors%20Picks&pgtype=Homepage
     

    ‘My parents were doctors in Nigeria, but they had to start all over in the United States,’ and that story doesn’t invoke white guilt.

    Supposing that example were true, then that shows a huge injustice in our immigration system. How on earth could we take away two, TWO, physicians from Nigeria when poor Nigeria has only 4 physicians per 10,000 people? As a comparison the USA has about 25 doctors per 10K people.

    This neo-colonialism in which modern Western nations extract human resources, like their forebears did with natural resources, really must end.

  47. This was a way to bring us together and realise there are more of us than we thought.

    And a lot more than I would have thought, sadly.

    Black people complain about “Western standards of beauty” as if the people who don’t find them attractive are suffering from some sort of mind-control trick instead of having an honest reaction. Have whatever self-perception you like, but you can’t demand it be validated by others. It puts me in mind of Fredo’s famous declaration: ” I’m smart. Not like everybody says, like dumb. I’m smart and I want respect!”

    Sorry, Fredo, and sorry, black women, it doesn’t work that way.

  48. @TheMediumIsTheMassage
    "… She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland."

    No, people's eyes prioritize Western beauty ideals. Finnish women are by and large slender with blue eyes and long blonde hair. Even ones with below average facial structures are going to be considered more beautiful and desirable than the African women in that photo. Truth hurts.

    Well, are you familiar with the saying,”The older a woman gets, the more she looks like her mother”? I’m thinking these girls are built like Mama. Their BIG mama.

  49. A safe space was called an asylum back in the old days.

    • Replies: @MarkU
    Strictly speaking it is the other way round but that doesn't invalidate your point.
  50. Things will get more fun with WWF for fatty. Calvin Klown leads the way.

    • Replies: @Kronos
    Hey, its BIIIG News!
    , @anon
    Excuse me, but can someone tell me if it's okay that I think that photo is utterly disgusting? Or should I try harder to love it?

    But it is our dysteatopygian future. With rap. More nightmarish than Orwell or Huxley could ever have imagined.
  51. @istevefan

    More than 50,000 people with African background live in Finland, according to Statistics Finland.
     
    So that is roughly 1 percent of Finland's population. According to the CIA Factbook, Finland's demographic makeup is thus:

    Finnish (official) 87.6%, Swedish (official) 5.2%, Russian 1.4%, other 5.8% (2018 est.)
     
    So afro-Finns are closing in on ethnic Russians.

    Europe looked over at America, with our rich and vibrant history of positive, peaceful race relations, and said “Oh, we want some of that!”

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    It wasn't Europeans' idea.
  52. Afro-Finns, now there’s a comic book idea for the SJWs at Marvel comics!

  53. @Anonymous

    Born to a Finnish mother and Ivorian father,
     

    ... She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.
     
    If black women are equally attractive, isn't the problem that black men chose to mate with white women than with black women? The fathers of these women favored white over black. Thus, these girls are the products of black preferring white over black. Also, if these women are so into blackness, why not go live in Africa?

    Another thing. If white Finnish women rejected white men and decided to have kids with black men, it's part of a global pattern reaching even Japan. It's based on jungle fever that says women prefer black men as superior studs for having more muscle and bigger penises. Thus, jungle fever is also about favoring a certain race over another.

    If Afro-Colonization of White Wombs have reached even distant Finland, the game is almost over. Increasingly as white lands and white wombs are taken by blacks, white race will become like the people of North Africa.

    Let me guess. Your own significant other is white. I’ve noticed that those who shout loudest for interacial pairings rarely bother to marry someone of another color themselves.

  54. Black Finns. Let me just start from the start…black Finns….

    There are no such thing. Blacks are not Finns.

    • Replies: @Laugh Track

    Black Finns. Let me just start from the start…black Finns….

    There are no such thing. Blacks are not Finns.
     
    True enough if you are thinking of Finns as an ethnic group or a nationality. But our global elites are beyond all that. For them, nationality or ethnicity or identity are atavistic values that impede inclusiveness and diversity.

    If our ideal PC future is going to be materialized, we need to all buy into a multiculturalism that reigns in every country and that celebrates the cultural uniqueness and characteristics (black hair!) of all recent arrivals, while denigrating the basic stock population as xenophobic and racist.
  55. Michaela Moua is one of them.

    Born to a Finnish mother and Ivorian father

    Moua is a Hmong name, too. Now that would be a mix.

    Sandberg is a Swedish name; Daniels, English or Scots-Irish (densest in US); Onwen, Nigerian.

    https://forebears.io/surnames/sandberg
    https://forebears.io/surnames/daniels
    https://forebears.io/surnames/onwen
    https://forebears.io/surnames/moua

    Saida Mäki-Penttilä

    Now this is a Finnish name.

    https://forebears.io/surnames/m%C3%A4ki
    https://forebears.io/surnames/penttil%C3%A4

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    Ms. Daniels is probably the daughter of an African-American. (Why no outcry over Finnish Becky stealing rare eligible black man?)

    Ms. Sandberg's and Ms. Mäki-Penttilä's Finnish mothers probably never married their shoot'n'scoot fathers.
    , @ScarletNumber
    Despite its name, Ivorian means her father was born in Côte d'Ivoire.
    , @Ripple Earthdevil

    Sandberg is a Swedish name; Daniels, English or Scots-Irish (densest in US); Onwen, Nigerian.
     
    Could be (((Daniels))). I know quite a few.
  56. @istevefan

    More than 50,000 people with African background live in Finland, according to Statistics Finland.
     
    So that is roughly 1 percent of Finland's population. According to the CIA Factbook, Finland's demographic makeup is thus:

    Finnish (official) 87.6%, Swedish (official) 5.2%, Russian 1.4%, other 5.8% (2018 est.)
     
    So afro-Finns are closing in on ethnic Russians.

    I had the same thought: already 1% of the population is African hunter-gatherer despite being an advanced techno-industrial society near the Arctic Circle.

    Dollars to donuts, they are overwhelmingly African father-Finnish mother.

    As it happens, I knew a reasonably attractive young Finnish woman who jungle fevered for a Tanzanian guy. I always thought, is there no one better suited for her within the 150 million square miles or Earth that are closer to Finland than Tanzania is? I mean, there are not even any direct flights from Tanzania to Finland. It’s not like the girl had any particular interest in Tanzanian culture. She just up and hooks a Tanzanian for no obvious reason one day. One suspects daddy issues, whether actual bio-daddy or the sugar-daddy/nanny state.

    I suppose one could say the same about the Tanzanian: no one more suitable within the 150 million square miles closer to balmy Tanzania than frigid Finland? One could say that, but there is one obvious reason, well two actually: the Finnish woman was prettier than women closer to home, and the Finnish welfare state is very generous, especially by Tanzanian standards. So for him it makes sense.

    It ultimately didn’t work out, of course. At least she refrained from procreating. Lost track of her so I don’t know what became of her. Had never married nor procreated when last heard from at about 30-ish. Maybe “once you go black you can never come back” also rhymes in Finnish.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    Hopefully one of the iSteve Finnish platoon can elaborate.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    Dollars to donuts, they are overwhelmingly African father-Finnish mother.
     
    I wonder what the Finns use for our coalburner and mud duck. Literally it would be something like kivihiilenpoltin or höyryveturi for the former, and nokikana for the latter.

    Mud duck in English, though, has other meanings, such as "coot" (literally), "ugly woman", and "Minnesotan".

    Finns have some neat terms for the rest of the world. For followers of the Profeetta, how can you beat äbäläwäbälä? Stress on the first syllable.

    , @anonymous
    I noticed Scandinavian girls have a checklist mentality when it comes to hooking up with blacks. As in something they must do. A Danish girl once told me "got that off my list" about hooking up with a half black dude. Probably the same with Finnish girls.
    , @JackOH
    AM, good questions, good insights.

    In high school I had a plum job as a janitor's helper. I'd start at 6:00 A. M., go home at 7:30 A. M for a quick breakfast before returning for classes.

    That meant I had to pass at a distance the '62 Pontiac convertible where the blonde-haired, blue-eyed Kathy C. was doing her Black sports-dude boyfriend. Everyone knew, even before Kathy C. sported a baby bump.

    God knows what was going on. Mummy and Daddy issues? Jungle fever intertwined with generic teenage rebellion? Declining number of potential White boyfriends in that 70% Black school? A rape, followed by Kathy C. making the best of a bad situation, at least as she may have seen it?

    My feeling? Primal rage. They're stealing our goddamned women! The number of girls who hopped the fence was very small, but their brazenness was sort of demoralizing to this fish-out-of-water White kid in a bad school.
  57. @BenKenobi
    I wonder if an Afro-Finnish Finland would have defeated the Soviet Union in war...

    They’d have to work on their snow camouflage.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    Good one!
  58. @Reg Cæsar

    Michaela Moua is one of them.

    Born to a Finnish mother and Ivorian father
     
    Moua is a Hmong name, too. Now that would be a mix.

    Sandberg is a Swedish name; Daniels, English or Scots-Irish (densest in US); Onwen, Nigerian.

    https://forebears.io/surnames/sandberg
    https://forebears.io/surnames/daniels
    https://forebears.io/surnames/onwen
    https://forebears.io/surnames/moua

    Saida Mäki-Penttilä
     
    Now this is a Finnish name.


    https://forebears.io/surnames/m%C3%A4ki
    https://forebears.io/surnames/penttil%C3%A4

    Ms. Daniels is probably the daughter of an African-American. (Why no outcry over Finnish Becky stealing rare eligible black man?)

    Ms. Sandberg’s and Ms. Mäki-Penttilä’s Finnish mothers probably never married their shoot’n’scoot fathers.

  59. @fnn
    I think he's telling us he's not a fan of Woodrow Wilson.

    I want to know what the colonization of the Americas has to do with 632.

  60. Michaela Moua

    I’m impressed that her parents– or she herself– can spell this name properly. At least in English. Americans have no clue.

    The only thing that might improve it is a dieresis, as tennis player Michaëlla Krajicek uses (or tulips, as below), or, naturally, the traditional ligature.

  61. “The country scores consistently well on international ratings for stability, freedom, public safety and social progress.”

    Hmm, how can we fix that, and quick?

    The success of racially homogenous Finland cannot be tolerated.

    • Replies: @Lagertha

    The success of racially homogenous Finland cannot be tolerated.
     
    This is the insidious message the BBC article (and mostly, European outsiders) is trying to make. I have seen several of these articles, pushed by Globalists which promote the idea for dismantling or weakening Finnish culture. Finns not being Indo-European, have the rare reality or significance (like Icelanders) of being the indigenous people of their land....no conquerors, no colonialists, and, never being a monarchy....arriving there when the Ice Age glaciers receded.

    Of course, the Lapps arrived around the same time, and, there is speculation that they were just a smaller group of Finns (from the steppes of Siberia as well) who preferred to herd reindeer (not fish, hunt, and farm - later), and proceeded to all the polar regions (Norway to Russia) so their animals could graze freely The herders also survived because they preferred smaller groups and there was no conflict with more southern dwelling Finns. The language is also similar, yet they are indigenous without being POC....this is what really bugs non-Finns, and evil elites; indigenous with blonde hair and blue eyes!

    Finland and its people who love their culture and land, seem to irritate globalists because they remain mostly insular, and unwilling to trust the people of other countries - so not kidding about that! There are books about Finns lack of trust of all other countries people.

  62. Afro hair: How black Finns are taking on racism

    It’s impossible for a black person in Finland to experience racism other than as the AGENT of racism. Their very presence in Finland is a racist affront to the natives.

    • Replies: @L Woods
    I don’t know. The female Finns seem to be just fine with their presence. More than fine, in fact.
  63. @Almost Missouri
    I had the same thought: already 1% of the population is African hunter-gatherer despite being an advanced techno-industrial society near the Arctic Circle.

    Dollars to donuts, they are overwhelmingly African father-Finnish mother.

    As it happens, I knew a reasonably attractive young Finnish woman who jungle fevered for a Tanzanian guy. I always thought, is there no one better suited for her within the 150 million square miles or Earth that are closer to Finland than Tanzania is? I mean, there are not even any direct flights from Tanzania to Finland. It's not like the girl had any particular interest in Tanzanian culture. She just up and hooks a Tanzanian for no obvious reason one day. One suspects daddy issues, whether actual bio-daddy or the sugar-daddy/nanny state.

    I suppose one could say the same about the Tanzanian: no one more suitable within the 150 million square miles closer to balmy Tanzania than frigid Finland? One could say that, but there is one obvious reason, well two actually: the Finnish woman was prettier than women closer to home, and the Finnish welfare state is very generous, especially by Tanzanian standards. So for him it makes sense.

    It ultimately didn't work out, of course. At least she refrained from procreating. Lost track of her so I don't know what became of her. Had never married nor procreated when last heard from at about 30-ish. Maybe "once you go black you can never come back" also rhymes in Finnish.

    Hopefully one of the iSteve Finnish platoon can elaborate.

  64. Oh, heavens! The young mulatta girl is probably trying to start up a hair salon and sell black hair products to the small community of Afro-Finns and publicize her business and find a few clients.

    In the US this is a huge business, though obviously in Finland it is a bit of a niche in a niche.

    There are quite a few skills associated with black women’s hair, such as straightening, braiding, plaiting, sewing in extensions, and so on, and the girls in the picture look like they need some help.

    • Agree: jim jones
    • Replies: @Pericles
    Mulattx if you please.
  65. @Anonymous
    Things will get more fun with WWF for fatty. Calvin Klown leads the way.

    https://twitter.com/raysawhill/status/1168044967446495232

    Hey, its BIIIG News!

  66. @Anonymous

    Born to a Finnish mother and Ivorian father,
     

    ... She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.
     
    If black women are equally attractive, isn't the problem that black men chose to mate with white women than with black women? The fathers of these women favored white over black. Thus, these girls are the products of black preferring white over black. Also, if these women are so into blackness, why not go live in Africa?

    Another thing. If white Finnish women rejected white men and decided to have kids with black men, it's part of a global pattern reaching even Japan. It's based on jungle fever that says women prefer black men as superior studs for having more muscle and bigger penises. Thus, jungle fever is also about favoring a certain race over another.

    If Afro-Colonization of White Wombs have reached even distant Finland, the game is almost over. Increasingly as white lands and white wombs are taken by blacks, white race will become like the people of North Africa.

    If black women are equally attractive, isn’t the problem that black men chose to mate with white women than with black women?

    No.

    There is no either/or involved. 90% of children sired by black men of women of other races are born out of wedlock in this country, and it seems to be the same elsewhere.

  67. @Charon
    Europe looked over at America, with our rich and vibrant history of positive, peaceful race relations, and said "Oh, we want some of that!"

    It wasn’t Europeans’ idea.

    • Agree: Charon
  68. Pro tip: A traditional and well-maintained Finnish Puuka knife makes short work of excess body hair. But their body fat should serve them well during the winter months!

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    But their body fat should serve them well during the winter months!

    I'm reminded of a Woody Allen line: "She was the sort of woman who would have been considered pretty in an early age, though not later than the Pleistocene epoch."
  69. As a finn I remember first time encountering the hair touching thing. I made a friend who turned out to be quarter Tutu. She said that it was ok me for me to touch her hair if I wanted to. It seemed weird to me. Why would I want to touch someone’s hair?

    Never heard of the woman interviewed by BBC. There are other race activists, I bet they are jealous that this one has BBCs ear. But it’s great that enough africans have immigrated to Finland to have the same race problems we used to only see on American television. I wonder how many years it takes for immigrant population to move in to start complaining that the culture and institutions are not inclusive enough.

    • Replies: @Charon
    Well yes. The dirty little secret is that absolutely no one on earth wants to see their hair, much less touch it. But GoodWhites pretend to be fascinated and captivated because that's what the Diversity Monster demands.
  70. @ben tillman

    Afro hair: How black Finns are taking on racism
     
    It's impossible for a black person in Finland to experience racism other than as the AGENT of racism. Their very presence in Finland is a racist affront to the natives.

    I don’t know. The female Finns seem to be just fine with their presence. More than fine, in fact.

  71. @Reg Cæsar

    Michaela Moua is one of them.

    Born to a Finnish mother and Ivorian father
     
    Moua is a Hmong name, too. Now that would be a mix.

    Sandberg is a Swedish name; Daniels, English or Scots-Irish (densest in US); Onwen, Nigerian.

    https://forebears.io/surnames/sandberg
    https://forebears.io/surnames/daniels
    https://forebears.io/surnames/onwen
    https://forebears.io/surnames/moua

    Saida Mäki-Penttilä
     
    Now this is a Finnish name.


    https://forebears.io/surnames/m%C3%A4ki
    https://forebears.io/surnames/penttil%C3%A4

    Despite its name, Ivorian means her father was born in Côte d’Ivoire.

  72. More than 50,000 people with African background live in Finland, according to Statistics Finland.

    Well, I think I’ve located the problem right there…

  73. @Anonymous
    Things will get more fun with WWF for fatty. Calvin Klown leads the way.

    https://twitter.com/raysawhill/status/1168044967446495232

    Excuse me, but can someone tell me if it’s okay that I think that photo is utterly disgusting? Or should I try harder to love it?

    But it is our dysteatopygian future. With rap. More nightmarish than Orwell or Huxley could ever have imagined.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    "I speak my truth in my Calvins."

    Looks more like she ate it and is pushing it out of the other side.
  74. @Almost Missouri
    I had the same thought: already 1% of the population is African hunter-gatherer despite being an advanced techno-industrial society near the Arctic Circle.

    Dollars to donuts, they are overwhelmingly African father-Finnish mother.

    As it happens, I knew a reasonably attractive young Finnish woman who jungle fevered for a Tanzanian guy. I always thought, is there no one better suited for her within the 150 million square miles or Earth that are closer to Finland than Tanzania is? I mean, there are not even any direct flights from Tanzania to Finland. It's not like the girl had any particular interest in Tanzanian culture. She just up and hooks a Tanzanian for no obvious reason one day. One suspects daddy issues, whether actual bio-daddy or the sugar-daddy/nanny state.

    I suppose one could say the same about the Tanzanian: no one more suitable within the 150 million square miles closer to balmy Tanzania than frigid Finland? One could say that, but there is one obvious reason, well two actually: the Finnish woman was prettier than women closer to home, and the Finnish welfare state is very generous, especially by Tanzanian standards. So for him it makes sense.

    It ultimately didn't work out, of course. At least she refrained from procreating. Lost track of her so I don't know what became of her. Had never married nor procreated when last heard from at about 30-ish. Maybe "once you go black you can never come back" also rhymes in Finnish.

    Dollars to donuts, they are overwhelmingly African father-Finnish mother.

    I wonder what the Finns use for our coalburner and mud duck. Literally it would be something like kivihiilenpoltin or höyryveturi for the former, and nokikana for the latter.

    Mud duck in English, though, has other meanings, such as “coot” (literally), “ugly woman”, and “Minnesotan”.

    Finns have some neat terms for the rest of the world. For followers of the Profeetta, how can you beat äbäläwäbälä? Stress on the first syllable.

  75. You must have typed this using your old 2015 laptop: it has the same sarcastic tone of “wry detachment” — BTW there’s no such thing as a ‘black Finn’: “It’s just constant psychological warfare”.

  76. Their hair will never be good enough for famous funny Finnish Formula One driver Kimi Räikkönen.

    Right now we are watching yesterday’s Belgian Grand Prix at Spa. Kimi, the 2007 world champion, is currently in 16th place. He was quoted today as saying that it was “almost pointless to be out there.” He has been famous for late night partying, and he has a matter-of-fact way of saying things that make you laugh. Is that a Finnish thing?

    • Replies: @Stebbing Heuer
    What does he say about African women's hair?
  77. @Kyle
    I agree the problem is not hair, it’s that 4 out of 5 of them are not very pretty. They project their own insecurities on to other people, and become paranoid about what others think of their hair.
    The girl on the far right is the most pretty and the most black.

    Some seem to have deliberately uplifted their hair. Like the one in the left has some kinda Kentucky waterfall going on.

  78. I think that the Finnish are getting inculcated with this stuff via England, not directly from the U.S. In many ways, for some unknown reaasons (e.g., lack of a written constitution?) England has gone further, faster in the SJW direction than the U.S.

    • Replies: @Altai
    No, it comes straight from the US, nobody in Finland cares about the cultural zeitgeist is in Britain or could even tell you what it is. The reason it is so strong in Britain is simply the English language allows more immediate exposure through media. Though I'd still argue that the US is far more 'SJW' than Britain. All the worst new social and economic ideas of the post-war era have been in the English language.

    I don't think Americans realise that US sociology and social political perspective is dominant. SJWism comes from America. Any sociology academic anywhere in Europe takes their cues from the US, it is utterly dominant in the field, the same could be said for economics also. American films and TV shows and their social and economic messages are also powerful. If you look at any of these movements the same obscure semi-academic terms are used over and over, they're terms invented in American sociology and English departments.
    , @ben tillman

    I think that the Finnish are getting inculcated with this stuff via England, not directly from the U.S. In many ways, for some unknown reaasons (e.g., lack of a written constitution?) England has gone further, faster in the SJW direction than the U.S.
     
    It's the island thing. They're like dodo birds.
  79. Finland’s most valuable exports are “electronic and optical equipment”, according to Time. They display this information for almost every country in the world here:

    https://time.com/106666/world-export-maps/

    This map is handy to keep next to the World’s Most Important Graph. Michael Bloomberg has effectively declared war on eSwatini.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    In terms of dollar value, Africa's chief exports are raw materials.

    In terms of nuisance value, Africa's chief export is Africans.

    , @EdwardM
    So Swaziland (which they have renamed Eswatini) can take pride in its second biggest export (after AIDS patients). Are we talking Coca Cola, or grape soda syrup?
  80. @Hypnotoad666
    Semi-OT: The NYT has a very long and tedious article about affirmative action that mostly centers on how Asians supposedly feel about AA. (Spoiler: they are all for it, except when it discriminates against them). But anyway, toward the very end (in "upside down" NYT fashion), the author more or less gratuitously veers off into one of Steve's recurring observations about how black recipients of AA are currently mostly foreigners and recent immigrants. Perhaps this particular intra-PoC conflict may be staring to get some traction. (Please excuse the longish quote).

    In September 2017, Delmar Fears, a 19-year-old junior at Cornell, walked up to the office of President Martha E. Pollack. As co-chair of the group Black Students United, she was accompanied by hundreds of chanting students who had all come to deliver a set of demands. The list mostly included administrative and curricular changes, from the creation of a “minority-liaison-at-large” position to the hiring of psychologists and physicians of color. But the ninth demand, sandwiched between the creation of a “student honor board” and a “permanent presidential task force,” set off an unexpected maelstrom.

    “We demand that Cornell Admissions to come up with a plan to actively increase the presence of underrepresented Black students on this campus. We define underrepresented Black students as Black Americans who have several generations (more than two) in this country. The Black student population at Cornell disproportionately represents international or first-generation African or Caribbean students. While these students have a right to flourish at Cornell, there is a lack of investment in Black students whose families were affected directly by the African Holocaust in America. Cornell must work to actively support students whose families have been impacted for generations by white supremacy and American fascism.”

    Fears and her group received weeks of blowback from conservative websites, and Black Students United later said it regretted the wording of its statement. But that year Fears wrote a final paper on the issue titled “Who Makes Up the 7 Percent of Black Cornellians?” which detailed some of the demographic change that had taken place on exclusive college campuses. In a 2004 New York Times article, Henry Louis Gates Jr., the chairman of Harvard’s African and African-American studies department, and Lani Guinier, a professor in the law school, pointed out that while Harvard had increased its black undergraduate population to 8 percent, a majority of those students — up to two-thirds — were international students, first- or second-generation immigrants from Africa or the Caribbean or the children of biracial couples. What was rare, Gates said, was the black student whose four grandparents lived through slavery, Reconstruction and Jim Crow. Mary C. Waters, the head of Harvard’s sociology department, told The Times, “You need a philosophical discussion about what are the aims of affirmative action. If it’s about getting black faces at Harvard, then you’re doing fine. If it’s about making up for 200 to 500 years of slavery in this country and its aftermath, then you’re not doing well.”

    In 2007, Camille Z. Charles, a professor of sociology and Africana studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and three co-authors, Margarita Mooney, Douglas S. Massey and Kimberly C. Torres, published a study in The Journal of Education titled “Black Immigrants and Black Natives Attending Selective Colleges and Universities in the United States.” Charles, Mooney, Massey and Mary J. Fischer followed up that research with a 2009 article, “Affirmative Action Programs for Minority Students: Right in Theory, Wrong in Practice.” Both papers reported an “overrepresentation” of black immigrant students at highly selective colleges and universities compared with black Americans whose ancestors were enslaved.

    Charles’s study drew on data from 28 schools, going back to 1999. Nearly 20 years later, she is confident that the proportion of black immigrants has increased, but she can’t say exactly how much, because schools do not make that information accessible to the public. “It’s a way to have some plausible deniability,” Charles told me. “The schools are purposefully not paying attention to the backgrounds of the black students they admit. In the ’80s and ’90s, low-income black students could talk about overcoming obstacles in their essays, but over time, that narrative has worn thin. But the immigrant narrative, which is also an American narrative, in some ways might have become a more appealing story for admissions officers. A student can write, say, ‘My parents were doctors in Nigeria, but they had to start all over in the United States,’ and that story doesn’t invoke white guilt. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/28/magazine/affirmative-action-asian-american-harvard.html?action=click&module=Editors%20Picks&pgtype=Homepage
     

    “If it’s about making up for 200 to 500 years of slavery in this country and its aftermath, then you’re not doing well.”

    1865-1776=500, says the chairman of Harvard’s Department of Sociology.

  81. @Hypnotoad666
    Semi-OT: The NYT has a very long and tedious article about affirmative action that mostly centers on how Asians supposedly feel about AA. (Spoiler: they are all for it, except when it discriminates against them). But anyway, toward the very end (in "upside down" NYT fashion), the author more or less gratuitously veers off into one of Steve's recurring observations about how black recipients of AA are currently mostly foreigners and recent immigrants. Perhaps this particular intra-PoC conflict may be staring to get some traction. (Please excuse the longish quote).

    In September 2017, Delmar Fears, a 19-year-old junior at Cornell, walked up to the office of President Martha E. Pollack. As co-chair of the group Black Students United, she was accompanied by hundreds of chanting students who had all come to deliver a set of demands. The list mostly included administrative and curricular changes, from the creation of a “minority-liaison-at-large” position to the hiring of psychologists and physicians of color. But the ninth demand, sandwiched between the creation of a “student honor board” and a “permanent presidential task force,” set off an unexpected maelstrom.

    “We demand that Cornell Admissions to come up with a plan to actively increase the presence of underrepresented Black students on this campus. We define underrepresented Black students as Black Americans who have several generations (more than two) in this country. The Black student population at Cornell disproportionately represents international or first-generation African or Caribbean students. While these students have a right to flourish at Cornell, there is a lack of investment in Black students whose families were affected directly by the African Holocaust in America. Cornell must work to actively support students whose families have been impacted for generations by white supremacy and American fascism.”

    Fears and her group received weeks of blowback from conservative websites, and Black Students United later said it regretted the wording of its statement. But that year Fears wrote a final paper on the issue titled “Who Makes Up the 7 Percent of Black Cornellians?” which detailed some of the demographic change that had taken place on exclusive college campuses. In a 2004 New York Times article, Henry Louis Gates Jr., the chairman of Harvard’s African and African-American studies department, and Lani Guinier, a professor in the law school, pointed out that while Harvard had increased its black undergraduate population to 8 percent, a majority of those students — up to two-thirds — were international students, first- or second-generation immigrants from Africa or the Caribbean or the children of biracial couples. What was rare, Gates said, was the black student whose four grandparents lived through slavery, Reconstruction and Jim Crow. Mary C. Waters, the head of Harvard’s sociology department, told The Times, “You need a philosophical discussion about what are the aims of affirmative action. If it’s about getting black faces at Harvard, then you’re doing fine. If it’s about making up for 200 to 500 years of slavery in this country and its aftermath, then you’re not doing well.”

    In 2007, Camille Z. Charles, a professor of sociology and Africana studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and three co-authors, Margarita Mooney, Douglas S. Massey and Kimberly C. Torres, published a study in The Journal of Education titled “Black Immigrants and Black Natives Attending Selective Colleges and Universities in the United States.” Charles, Mooney, Massey and Mary J. Fischer followed up that research with a 2009 article, “Affirmative Action Programs for Minority Students: Right in Theory, Wrong in Practice.” Both papers reported an “overrepresentation” of black immigrant students at highly selective colleges and universities compared with black Americans whose ancestors were enslaved.

    Charles’s study drew on data from 28 schools, going back to 1999. Nearly 20 years later, she is confident that the proportion of black immigrants has increased, but she can’t say exactly how much, because schools do not make that information accessible to the public. “It’s a way to have some plausible deniability,” Charles told me. “The schools are purposefully not paying attention to the backgrounds of the black students they admit. In the ’80s and ’90s, low-income black students could talk about overcoming obstacles in their essays, but over time, that narrative has worn thin. But the immigrant narrative, which is also an American narrative, in some ways might have become a more appealing story for admissions officers. A student can write, say, ‘My parents were doctors in Nigeria, but they had to start all over in the United States,’ and that story doesn’t invoke white guilt. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/28/magazine/affirmative-action-asian-american-harvard.html?action=click&module=Editors%20Picks&pgtype=Homepage
     

    What was rare, Gates said, was the black student whose four grandparents lived through slavery, Reconstruction and Jim Crow.

    It would be virtually impossible for any black university student in 2004 to have even one grandparent who had lived through Reconstruction, much less the era of slavery.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    Everything happened after 1965 or so.
  82. How long before they open the Black-Russian front?

  83. @Tactical Errorist
    As a finn I remember first time encountering the hair touching thing. I made a friend who turned out to be quarter Tutu. She said that it was ok me for me to touch her hair if I wanted to. It seemed weird to me. Why would I want to touch someone's hair?

    Never heard of the woman interviewed by BBC. There are other race activists, I bet they are jealous that this one has BBCs ear. But it's great that enough africans have immigrated to Finland to have the same race problems we used to only see on American television. I wonder how many years it takes for immigrant population to move in to start complaining that the culture and institutions are not inclusive enough.

    Well yes. The dirty little secret is that absolutely no one on earth wants to see their hair, much less touch it. But GoodWhites pretend to be fascinated and captivated because that’s what the Diversity Monster demands.

    • Replies: @guest
    I can imagine people wanting to find out what black hair feels like. Especially if they've never seen a black person before. You know, like you might pet a goat at the zoo just to know what it's like.
  84. @SunBakedSuburb
    "Finland, one of the weirder cultures of Europe"

    If you think of Finns as being descendants of elves then it all make sense.

    Yeah, and by elves we mean Keebler elves not LOTR elves.

  85. @black sea

    What was rare, Gates said, was the black student whose four grandparents lived through slavery, Reconstruction and Jim Crow.
     
    It would be virtually impossible for any black university student in 2004 to have even one grandparent who had lived through Reconstruction, much less the era of slavery.

    Everything happened after 1965 or so.

  86. @Hypnotoad666
    Semi-OT: The NYT has a very long and tedious article about affirmative action that mostly centers on how Asians supposedly feel about AA. (Spoiler: they are all for it, except when it discriminates against them). But anyway, toward the very end (in "upside down" NYT fashion), the author more or less gratuitously veers off into one of Steve's recurring observations about how black recipients of AA are currently mostly foreigners and recent immigrants. Perhaps this particular intra-PoC conflict may be staring to get some traction. (Please excuse the longish quote).

    In September 2017, Delmar Fears, a 19-year-old junior at Cornell, walked up to the office of President Martha E. Pollack. As co-chair of the group Black Students United, she was accompanied by hundreds of chanting students who had all come to deliver a set of demands. The list mostly included administrative and curricular changes, from the creation of a “minority-liaison-at-large” position to the hiring of psychologists and physicians of color. But the ninth demand, sandwiched between the creation of a “student honor board” and a “permanent presidential task force,” set off an unexpected maelstrom.

    “We demand that Cornell Admissions to come up with a plan to actively increase the presence of underrepresented Black students on this campus. We define underrepresented Black students as Black Americans who have several generations (more than two) in this country. The Black student population at Cornell disproportionately represents international or first-generation African or Caribbean students. While these students have a right to flourish at Cornell, there is a lack of investment in Black students whose families were affected directly by the African Holocaust in America. Cornell must work to actively support students whose families have been impacted for generations by white supremacy and American fascism.”

    Fears and her group received weeks of blowback from conservative websites, and Black Students United later said it regretted the wording of its statement. But that year Fears wrote a final paper on the issue titled “Who Makes Up the 7 Percent of Black Cornellians?” which detailed some of the demographic change that had taken place on exclusive college campuses. In a 2004 New York Times article, Henry Louis Gates Jr., the chairman of Harvard’s African and African-American studies department, and Lani Guinier, a professor in the law school, pointed out that while Harvard had increased its black undergraduate population to 8 percent, a majority of those students — up to two-thirds — were international students, first- or second-generation immigrants from Africa or the Caribbean or the children of biracial couples. What was rare, Gates said, was the black student whose four grandparents lived through slavery, Reconstruction and Jim Crow. Mary C. Waters, the head of Harvard’s sociology department, told The Times, “You need a philosophical discussion about what are the aims of affirmative action. If it’s about getting black faces at Harvard, then you’re doing fine. If it’s about making up for 200 to 500 years of slavery in this country and its aftermath, then you’re not doing well.”

    In 2007, Camille Z. Charles, a professor of sociology and Africana studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and three co-authors, Margarita Mooney, Douglas S. Massey and Kimberly C. Torres, published a study in The Journal of Education titled “Black Immigrants and Black Natives Attending Selective Colleges and Universities in the United States.” Charles, Mooney, Massey and Mary J. Fischer followed up that research with a 2009 article, “Affirmative Action Programs for Minority Students: Right in Theory, Wrong in Practice.” Both papers reported an “overrepresentation” of black immigrant students at highly selective colleges and universities compared with black Americans whose ancestors were enslaved.

    Charles’s study drew on data from 28 schools, going back to 1999. Nearly 20 years later, she is confident that the proportion of black immigrants has increased, but she can’t say exactly how much, because schools do not make that information accessible to the public. “It’s a way to have some plausible deniability,” Charles told me. “The schools are purposefully not paying attention to the backgrounds of the black students they admit. In the ’80s and ’90s, low-income black students could talk about overcoming obstacles in their essays, but over time, that narrative has worn thin. But the immigrant narrative, which is also an American narrative, in some ways might have become a more appealing story for admissions officers. A student can write, say, ‘My parents were doctors in Nigeria, but they had to start all over in the United States,’ and that story doesn’t invoke white guilt. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/28/magazine/affirmative-action-asian-american-harvard.html?action=click&module=Editors%20Picks&pgtype=Homepage
     

    We define underrepresented Black students as Black Americans who have several generations (more than two) in this country.

    Oh my. I see a little door opening that they may not actually want opened.

    (And by “they” I don’t so much mean the negro agitators as TPTB.)

  87. Meanwhile: Black Pigeon Speaks videos a menace to humankind (channel bluehair all ok because you can’t handle the truth)

    YouTube’s radicalizing Alt-right trolls and Facebook’s recruiting new language boffins

    YouTube and radicalization: There are numerous case studies of YouTube algorithms contributing to online radicalization by promoting far-right videos and conspiracy theories.

    The researchers decided to analyze 331,849 videos across 360 channels that are associated with Alt-right, “Alt-lite,” (a gentler version of Alt-right ideology) and the so-called Intellectual Dark Web.

    They also looked at more than 79 million comments left on the videos and found that those three online communities were more likely to share the same user base. Also, these YouTube consumers started off watching lighter – say Alt-lite videos – and at first and eventually landed themselves in the more aggressive Alt-right territory.

    “The three communities studied sky-rocketed in terms of views, likes, videos published and comments, particularly, since 2015, coinciding with the turbulent presidential election of that year,” the researchers eerily [eerily ?] concluded.

    It’s not the recommended videos that were the worst offender, however, its YouTube’s recommended channels feature. Consumers who started off with videos in channels classified under Alt-lite or the Intellectual Dark Web were eventually led down to the Alt-right path over time.

    If that’s not convincing enough [actually it isn’t], you can read the paper on ArXiv here.®

    Hmmm….

    Non-profits and the media claim there is a radicalization pipeline on YouTube. Its content creators would sponsor fringe ideas, and its recommender system would steer users towards edgier content. Yet, the supporting evidence for this claim is mostly anecdotal, and there are no proper measurements of the influence of YouTube’s recommender system. In this work, we conduct a large scale audit of user radicalization on YouTube. We analyze 331,849 videos of 360 channels which we broadly classify into: control, the Alt-lite, the Intellectual Dark Web (I.D.W.), and the Alt-right —channels in the I.D.W. and the Alt-lite would be gateways to fringe far-right ideology, here represented by Alt-right channels. Processing more than 79M comments, we show that the three communities increasingly share the same user base; that users consistently migrate from milder to more extreme content; and that a large percentage of users who consume Alt-right content now consumed Alt-lite and I.D.W. content in the past. We also probe YouTube’s recommendation algorithm, looking at more than 2M million recommendations for videos and channels between May and July 2019. We find that Alt-lite content is easily reachable from I.D.W. channels via recommendations and that Alt-right channels may be reached from both I.D.W. and Alt-lite channels. Overall, we paint a comprehensive picture of user radicalization on YouTube and provide methods to transparently audit the platform and its recommender system.

    Get me Susan Wojicki on the phone.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    This is a level of dishonesty worthy of the DPRK. Recommendations for crimethink videos have been off, stifled, or misdirected for several years now. Many of the videos and personalities worth knowing about are taken down without explanation. These two self-defeatingly clumsy tactics probably cost new viewers, but have the effect of intensifying loyalty and devotion from existing audiences. Viewers learn quickly to jump the hostile recommendation process, regularly checking favorite channels, and defeat censorship by downloading. Thought criminals also of course communicate with each other and become their own recommendation service.
  88. @TheMediumIsTheMassage
    "… She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland."

    No, people's eyes prioritize Western beauty ideals. Finnish women are by and large slender with blue eyes and long blonde hair. Even ones with below average facial structures are going to be considered more beautiful and desirable than the African women in that photo. Truth hurts.

    “… She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.”

    No, people’s eyes prioritize Western beauty ideals. Finnish women are by and large slender with blue eyes and long blonde hair. Even ones with below average facial structures are going to be considered more beautiful and desirable than the African women in that photo. Truth hurts.

    There’s plenty of range within “Western beauty ideals”. It is not automatic that Western [white] men are attracted to slender women with blue eyes and long blonde hair. Some are, some aren’t. Some are attracted to Italian bombshells with sultry dark eyes and black hair. Others are attracted to British women with brown hair and impressive racks. Some, for whatever reason take a liking to women of other racial groups. Some rank intelligence and wit as high attractors, others go for family-oriented “help mates” with big hearts.

    If everyone was holding out for “Western beauty ideals” the human race would have died out long ago. The vast majority of people of every race or ethnic group, male or female, hetero or not, are not stunning lookers. They are nominally attractive in their youth, because hormones are pumping both ways. Add on 20 or 30 years and you have to allow for a lot of flab, cellulite, and toe jam. That’s where the mysterious factor of Love comes in. Love underlies long term attraction, even if the initial youthful beauty or energy slowly fades away.

    One could probably write a book about this, but I’m keeping it short as a concession to blog comment norms. Most lengthy posts can usually be whittled down to two or three paragraphs which are more than sufficient.

    • Replies: @TheMediumIsTheMassage
    This is simply not true. Walk around in Barcelona or Budapest and the average woman of ANY age between 18-50 on the street is going to be several orders of magnitude more attractive than your average woman in Bangladesh or Nairobi.
  89. @Helo
    Black Finns. Let me just start from the start...black Finns....

    There are no such thing. Blacks are not Finns.

    Black Finns. Let me just start from the start…black Finns….

    There are no such thing. Blacks are not Finns.

    True enough if you are thinking of Finns as an ethnic group or a nationality. But our global elites are beyond all that. For them, nationality or ethnicity or identity are atavistic values that impede inclusiveness and diversity.

    If our ideal PC future is going to be materialized, we need to all buy into a multiculturalism that reigns in every country and that celebrates the cultural uniqueness and characteristics (black hair!) of all recent arrivals, while denigrating the basic stock population as xenophobic and racist.

    • Replies: @Logan
    True enough if you are thinking of Finns as an ethnic group or a nationality.

    Ethnic group, yes. Nationality, not necessarily. Depends on your definition

    Is a nationality made up of the dominant ethnic group and others, even if citizens, are not part of that nationality?

    Or is a nationality made up of all citizens of a nation?
  90. @22pp22
    This is the best reply.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSk2J3h21YE

    This is the best reply.

    Yes. Today is White People’s Day.

    Celebrate.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    Happy White People's Day. Have a glass of milk.
    https://eduncovered.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/the-milk-murderer.jpg
    , @Reg Cæsar

    Yes. Today is White People’s Day.
     
    No, it's Labor Day. How many of those lovely Eurochicks will be in labor anytime soon?
  91. @Reg Cæsar
    Finland's most valuable exports are "electronic and optical equipment", according to Time. They display this information for almost every country in the world here:

    https://time.com/106666/world-export-maps/

    This map is handy to keep next to the World's Most Important Graph. Michael Bloomberg has effectively declared war on eSwatini.


    https://timedotcom.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/africa.jpg?w=800&quality=85

    In terms of dollar value, Africa’s chief exports are raw materials.

    In terms of nuisance value, Africa’s chief export is Africans.

  92. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    They'd have to work on their snow camouflage.

    Good one!

  93. @Jonathan Mason
    Oh, heavens! The young mulatta girl is probably trying to start up a hair salon and sell black hair products to the small community of Afro-Finns and publicize her business and find a few clients.

    In the US this is a huge business, though obviously in Finland it is a bit of a niche in a niche.

    There are quite a few skills associated with black women's hair, such as straightening, braiding, plaiting, sewing in extensions, and so on, and the girls in the picture look like they need some help.

    Mulattx if you please.

  94. They might think that diffidence about their hair is why nobody but chubby-chasers gives them a second look… when it’s actually because of their massive carb intake, lack of exercise, and obesity.

    Bitch, lose 20kg and do some fucking pushups; between the inherent attractiveness of fit bodies, plus the reduction in resting-bitchface that accompanies a sense of self-worth… nobody will give a fuck that you have pubic hair on your misshapen jowly-ass head.

    You might even get laid by someone other than a chubby-chaser, and your risk of becoming an incel (involuntary carpet-eating lesbian) will plummet … it’s all upside.

    • Agree: jim jones
  95. @Anon
    I think that the Finnish are getting inculcated with this stuff via England, not directly from the U.S. In many ways, for some unknown reaasons (e.g., lack of a written constitution?) England has gone further, faster in the SJW direction than the U.S.

    No, it comes straight from the US, nobody in Finland cares about the cultural zeitgeist is in Britain or could even tell you what it is. The reason it is so strong in Britain is simply the English language allows more immediate exposure through media. Though I’d still argue that the US is far more ‘SJW’ than Britain. All the worst new social and economic ideas of the post-war era have been in the English language.

    I don’t think Americans realise that US sociology and social political perspective is dominant. SJWism comes from America. Any sociology academic anywhere in Europe takes their cues from the US, it is utterly dominant in the field, the same could be said for economics also. American films and TV shows and their social and economic messages are also powerful. If you look at any of these movements the same obscure semi-academic terms are used over and over, they’re terms invented in American sociology and English departments.

    • Agree: ben tillman
    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    And invented by people from Europe, or say Europe is better than America.
  96. @anon
    Excuse me, but can someone tell me if it's okay that I think that photo is utterly disgusting? Or should I try harder to love it?

    But it is our dysteatopygian future. With rap. More nightmarish than Orwell or Huxley could ever have imagined.

    “I speak my truth in my Calvins.”

    Looks more like she ate it and is pushing it out of the other side.

  97. “Who gets to be Finnish and what does being Finnish mean?”

    Well, who gets to be African, and what does being African mean? For some strange reason it’s not such a big mystery when it’s your ox being gored, is it, Ms. Diversity?

    • Agree: Prodigal son
  98. She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.

    So the Finns subscribe to Finnish beauty standards? That sounds crazy.

    Of course, none of those wahmen are black, they’re all mulattoes: descendants of slavers, colonizers and genociders. Second wahmen from the right has so much cream in her coffee, the spoon would remain standing if you stirred too vigorously.

    • Replies: @Altai

    So the Finns subscribe to Finnish beauty standards? That sounds crazy.
     
    It's the immigrant veto, the second a single non-North-Western European (The only places where true individualism and low ethnocentrism seem to flourish, Southern and Eastern Europeans seem to act much like other immigrants in their host countries and similarly undermine the indigenous ethnicities) emigrates to another country, the people there lose all self-determination. Doing things for their own benefit or simply being alone with themselves to have their own space or culture is now illegitimate. They have right to exist anymore and must simply accept ceasing to exist genetically. The continued expression of normal healthy activity of the ethnicity only happens through sheer inertia and numbers, but there will be no active promotion of it. It can only decline.

    These women have, predictably, made their whole lives, their whole identity about undermining ethnic Finns. They are anti-Finns, they desire a Finland with as few Finns as possible. I wonder if you'd told mom this if she'd have had second thoughts. The children of ethnic outsiders, even ones of the same race or close ethnicity will never enhance a society's social cohesion or an ethnic cohesion. It's purely a matter of degrees of how much damage they do. When their numbers are small, they are kowed, but the instinct remains. Instead of adapting to society, the society must adapt to them.

    Of course, none of those wahmen are black, they’re all mulattoes: descendants of slavers, colonizers and genociders.
     
    Perhaps, but not to anybody outside North Eastern Europe. And I don't think our girls here give much thought to the Saami.
  99. @Anon
    This is just American cultural imperialism.

    If you're an American who cares about Europe, you ultimately have to support the decline of American power and prestige because this nonsense is not going to stop otherwise.

    I don't agree with Varg Vikernes on everything, but he has a point here:

    https://twitter.com/GandalftheWhi19/status/1167878405041221634

    Not clear that the presence of millions more Jews in Europe (due to no US for them to immigrate to) would have resulted in “no Israel”.

  100. @Reg Cæsar
    Finland's most valuable exports are "electronic and optical equipment", according to Time. They display this information for almost every country in the world here:

    https://time.com/106666/world-export-maps/

    This map is handy to keep next to the World's Most Important Graph. Michael Bloomberg has effectively declared war on eSwatini.


    https://timedotcom.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/africa.jpg?w=800&quality=85

    So Swaziland (which they have renamed Eswatini) can take pride in its second biggest export (after AIDS patients). Are we talking Coca Cola, or grape soda syrup?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    Just noticed that Madagascar's top moneymaker is coffee. Mark Schatzker's The Dorito Effect tells of how the commie dictator of Madagascar (was it the "Malagasy Republic" then?) cornered the market on vanilla in the 1970s and managed to double the worldwide price. ("VPEC"?)

    So the West got to business making artificial vanilla flavoring from vanillin, which had been known about since Wilhelm Haarmann found he could squeeze it from Black Forest pinecones in the 19th century. It just hadn't paid off until Didier Ratsiraka came to power.

    So the West no longer enjoys real vanilla, and Madagascar vanilla revenue. A lose-lose situation.

    David Reuben covered vanillin in his useful and entertaining 1979 book on nutrition, but I didn't know until now that it rhymes with "lanolin". At least in America.
  101. @Microwave Surfer

    This is the best reply.

     

    Yes. Today is White People's Day.

    Celebrate.

    Happy White People’s Day. Have a glass of milk.

  102. @Microwave Surfer

    This is the best reply.

     

    Yes. Today is White People's Day.

    Celebrate.

    Yes. Today is White People’s Day.

    No, it’s Labor Day. How many of those lovely Eurochicks will be in labor anytime soon?

  103. OT

    That’s a new one: “embrace the uncomfortable” — you’re not afraid to “embrace the uncomfortable” are you?

  104. Mannerheim was black

    • LOL: Logan
    • Replies: @Felix Krull
    Mannerheim was black

    I knew it!
  105. It’s a shame the Soviets were defeated by those snow-haired partisan/patriots . At the time no one involved was in need of free weaves.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    Finland only won the winter war - they surrendered/made a deal with Germany in the spring of 1940: Barbarossa, but lost in 1944-45 to Soviets. However, the deal kept Finland from becoming annexed by Stalin. In other words, they stayed free of foreigners and their influence/control a 2nd time. This is why shaming them about being colonizers or racists does not work since they are indigenous people who never were a monarchy: Finland was subjugated by both Russia and Sweden for over 800 years.
  106. @Almost Missouri
    I had the same thought: already 1% of the population is African hunter-gatherer despite being an advanced techno-industrial society near the Arctic Circle.

    Dollars to donuts, they are overwhelmingly African father-Finnish mother.

    As it happens, I knew a reasonably attractive young Finnish woman who jungle fevered for a Tanzanian guy. I always thought, is there no one better suited for her within the 150 million square miles or Earth that are closer to Finland than Tanzania is? I mean, there are not even any direct flights from Tanzania to Finland. It's not like the girl had any particular interest in Tanzanian culture. She just up and hooks a Tanzanian for no obvious reason one day. One suspects daddy issues, whether actual bio-daddy or the sugar-daddy/nanny state.

    I suppose one could say the same about the Tanzanian: no one more suitable within the 150 million square miles closer to balmy Tanzania than frigid Finland? One could say that, but there is one obvious reason, well two actually: the Finnish woman was prettier than women closer to home, and the Finnish welfare state is very generous, especially by Tanzanian standards. So for him it makes sense.

    It ultimately didn't work out, of course. At least she refrained from procreating. Lost track of her so I don't know what became of her. Had never married nor procreated when last heard from at about 30-ish. Maybe "once you go black you can never come back" also rhymes in Finnish.

    I noticed Scandinavian girls have a checklist mentality when it comes to hooking up with blacks. As in something they must do. A Danish girl once told me “got that off my list” about hooking up with a half black dude. Probably the same with Finnish girls.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
    A c olored boy I once met who had previously lived in Germany said that he and the other bro-hams kept "brag books" full of pictures of frauleins that they had defiled.
    , @El Dato
    Finally an explanation for BLACKED.
  107. The country scores consistently well on international ratings for stability, freedom, public safety and social progress.

    Encouraging, or vexing?

    However, sexual and gender equality have not translated as easily to race relations.

    The reason why the country scores well, very little identity politics. The EU is unhappy with this, because

    “Last year EU released a study about racism in EU countries,” Ms Moua says. “Finland topped the list.” …

    Got to get that country tearing itself apart if you are an outside polity wanting to dominate it.

  108. Well, that’s all pretty silly.

    Take some group and assign them credit for bad things that have happened, then state that those bad things would never have happened had that group not existed.

    The problem is that we can see the bad things that have happened, but not those that didn’t.

    Pretty clearly, if there had been European conquest of the Americas, some bad things would not have happened, but other bad things, quite possibly worse things, would have happened.

  109. @Oleaginous Outrager
    No USSR? No Muslim extremism? No A-bombs? What the fuck is this moron babbling about? Why would anybody take seriously anything spouted by someone so obviously historically ignorant?

    To take one example, Muslim extremism started with Big Mo himself, quite a bit before the US came along.

  110. @Laugh Track

    Black Finns. Let me just start from the start…black Finns….

    There are no such thing. Blacks are not Finns.
     
    True enough if you are thinking of Finns as an ethnic group or a nationality. But our global elites are beyond all that. For them, nationality or ethnicity or identity are atavistic values that impede inclusiveness and diversity.

    If our ideal PC future is going to be materialized, we need to all buy into a multiculturalism that reigns in every country and that celebrates the cultural uniqueness and characteristics (black hair!) of all recent arrivals, while denigrating the basic stock population as xenophobic and racist.

    True enough if you are thinking of Finns as an ethnic group or a nationality.

    Ethnic group, yes. Nationality, not necessarily. Depends on your definition

    Is a nationality made up of the dominant ethnic group and others, even if citizens, are not part of that nationality?

    Or is a nationality made up of all citizens of a nation?

  111. @PSR
    How much more trivial and self-absorbed can woke culture get?

    Please

    Please

    I beg of you do not invoke another race to the bottom.

    My feeling is that it can get very much worse.

  112. @JackOH
    "Diversity: it’s turning the whole wide world into one giant Oberlin campus."

    Steve, dude, you know how to ruin a nice quiet evening.

    Metaphor: Our power elites, Deep State, lobbyists, string-pullers of all sorts are "one giant Oberlin campus". The rest of us? We're just fucking Gibson's Food Mart and Bakery.

    Hey, the metaphor fits, right?

    Except that gibsons won.

    • Replies: @JackOH
    That is the point, bro'!

    Imagine 100,000 dissenters marching in D. C. in 2020, many wearing T-shirts reading "I AM Gibson's Bakery!"

    TV newsperson: "Those T-shirts, of course, refer to an Ohio case in which a bakery was wrongfully accused of racism by officials at Oberlin College, and won a multi-million dollar judgment against the college. A spokesman for the marchers told me that, like the bakery, they are wrongly accused of racism by our laws and mass media, and they intend to win justice"
  113. “In Finland, one of the weirder cultures of Europe, we see a “Good Hair Day” (with T-shirts in English not Finnish) with the leaders mouthing the exact same talking points, in English, as Oberlin students in America would have used in 2014.:

    English is the language of the Anglo-Zionist Empire and of international Jewry. It is, therefore, the international language of never ending culture war against whatever remains of Christendom and the peoples of Christendom.

  114. The cultural appropriation of Blacks straitening their hair so as to look more White is an outrage! Same with Jewish women straightening their noses!

  115. “Black Finns”?

    Sorry, but ….bwahahahahh…

  116. @TelfoedJohn
    Mannerheim was black

    https://youtu.be/upP-QNtrlqU

    Mannerheim was black

    I knew it!

  117. @Kronos
    Some of this hair-relaxer stuff does look painful. When Chris Rock did a documentary on "Good Hair" there were photos of scalp burns and such.

    Also, here's a funny scene from Malcolm X.

    https://youtu.be/S1DhUWQV_QU

  118. @anonymous
    I noticed Scandinavian girls have a checklist mentality when it comes to hooking up with blacks. As in something they must do. A Danish girl once told me "got that off my list" about hooking up with a half black dude. Probably the same with Finnish girls.

    A c olored boy I once met who had previously lived in Germany said that he and the other bro-hams kept “brag books” full of pictures of frauleins that they had defiled.

  119. “You don’t see us in the Finnish society. We’re a visible but invisible minority,” she tells the BBC.

    Nothing worse than being an invisible/visible minority.

  120. @anonymous
    I noticed Scandinavian girls have a checklist mentality when it comes to hooking up with blacks. As in something they must do. A Danish girl once told me "got that off my list" about hooking up with a half black dude. Probably the same with Finnish girls.

    Finally an explanation for BLACKED.

  121. @Almost Missouri
    I had the same thought: already 1% of the population is African hunter-gatherer despite being an advanced techno-industrial society near the Arctic Circle.

    Dollars to donuts, they are overwhelmingly African father-Finnish mother.

    As it happens, I knew a reasonably attractive young Finnish woman who jungle fevered for a Tanzanian guy. I always thought, is there no one better suited for her within the 150 million square miles or Earth that are closer to Finland than Tanzania is? I mean, there are not even any direct flights from Tanzania to Finland. It's not like the girl had any particular interest in Tanzanian culture. She just up and hooks a Tanzanian for no obvious reason one day. One suspects daddy issues, whether actual bio-daddy or the sugar-daddy/nanny state.

    I suppose one could say the same about the Tanzanian: no one more suitable within the 150 million square miles closer to balmy Tanzania than frigid Finland? One could say that, but there is one obvious reason, well two actually: the Finnish woman was prettier than women closer to home, and the Finnish welfare state is very generous, especially by Tanzanian standards. So for him it makes sense.

    It ultimately didn't work out, of course. At least she refrained from procreating. Lost track of her so I don't know what became of her. Had never married nor procreated when last heard from at about 30-ish. Maybe "once you go black you can never come back" also rhymes in Finnish.

    AM, good questions, good insights.

    In high school I had a plum job as a janitor’s helper. I’d start at 6:00 A. M., go home at 7:30 A. M for a quick breakfast before returning for classes.

    That meant I had to pass at a distance the ’62 Pontiac convertible where the blonde-haired, blue-eyed Kathy C. was doing her Black sports-dude boyfriend. Everyone knew, even before Kathy C. sported a baby bump.

    God knows what was going on. Mummy and Daddy issues? Jungle fever intertwined with generic teenage rebellion? Declining number of potential White boyfriends in that 70% Black school? A rape, followed by Kathy C. making the best of a bad situation, at least as she may have seen it?

    My feeling? Primal rage. They’re stealing our goddamned women! The number of girls who hopped the fence was very small, but their brazenness was sort of demoralizing to this fish-out-of-water White kid in a bad school.

  122. @Felix Krull
    She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.

    So the Finns subscribe to Finnish beauty standards? That sounds crazy.

    Of course, none of those wahmen are black, they're all mulattoes: descendants of slavers, colonizers and genociders. Second wahmen from the right has so much cream in her coffee, the spoon would remain standing if you stirred too vigorously.

    So the Finns subscribe to Finnish beauty standards? That sounds crazy.

    It’s the immigrant veto, the second a single non-North-Western European (The only places where true individualism and low ethnocentrism seem to flourish, Southern and Eastern Europeans seem to act much like other immigrants in their host countries and similarly undermine the indigenous ethnicities) emigrates to another country, the people there lose all self-determination. Doing things for their own benefit or simply being alone with themselves to have their own space or culture is now illegitimate. They have right to exist anymore and must simply accept ceasing to exist genetically. The continued expression of normal healthy activity of the ethnicity only happens through sheer inertia and numbers, but there will be no active promotion of it. It can only decline.

    These women have, predictably, made their whole lives, their whole identity about undermining ethnic Finns. They are anti-Finns, they desire a Finland with as few Finns as possible. I wonder if you’d told mom this if she’d have had second thoughts. The children of ethnic outsiders, even ones of the same race or close ethnicity will never enhance a society’s social cohesion or an ethnic cohesion. It’s purely a matter of degrees of how much damage they do. When their numbers are small, they are kowed, but the instinct remains. Instead of adapting to society, the society must adapt to them.

    Of course, none of those wahmen are black, they’re all mulattoes: descendants of slavers, colonizers and genociders.

    Perhaps, but not to anybody outside North Eastern Europe. And I don’t think our girls here give much thought to the Saami.

  123. @Altai
    No, it comes straight from the US, nobody in Finland cares about the cultural zeitgeist is in Britain or could even tell you what it is. The reason it is so strong in Britain is simply the English language allows more immediate exposure through media. Though I'd still argue that the US is far more 'SJW' than Britain. All the worst new social and economic ideas of the post-war era have been in the English language.

    I don't think Americans realise that US sociology and social political perspective is dominant. SJWism comes from America. Any sociology academic anywhere in Europe takes their cues from the US, it is utterly dominant in the field, the same could be said for economics also. American films and TV shows and their social and economic messages are also powerful. If you look at any of these movements the same obscure semi-academic terms are used over and over, they're terms invented in American sociology and English departments.

    And invented by people from Europe, or say Europe is better than America.

  124. @JackOH
    "Diversity: it’s turning the whole wide world into one giant Oberlin campus."

    Steve, dude, you know how to ruin a nice quiet evening.

    Metaphor: Our power elites, Deep State, lobbyists, string-pullers of all sorts are "one giant Oberlin campus". The rest of us? We're just fucking Gibson's Food Mart and Bakery.

    Hey, the metaphor fits, right?

    Metaphor: Our power elites, Deep State, lobbyists, string-pullers of all sorts are “one giant Oberlin campus”. The rest of us? We’re just fucking Gibson’s Food Mart and Bakery.

    BOOM! The site says I haven’t commented frequently enough lately to LOL or simply AGREE, but this is a perfect follow-on to another perfect Sailer riff.

    [MORE]

    Had to scan my brain for a moment, but Gibson’s is the campus bakery that was defamed for racism by the school after several black students were caught shoplifting wine.

    • Replies: @JackOH
    Abe, thanks.

    I'm not good at quips, but Steve opened the door wide. Plus, I know something about the nosebleed-level arrogance of the academy.

    Yesteryear's civil rights (ca. early 1960s) was about a fair shake. Nowadays, it's the bone-crusher grip that rips your arm off at the shoulder. I guess we're not supposed to notice the difference.
  125. @fish

    “We don’t want to be objects. We are creating our narrative now and with projects like the Good Hair Day we are creating a safe space to talk about our experiences, to talk about our hair and offer advice and support to one another. It’s empowering. We are here to uplift our community.”
     
    .......sigh........please.......kill me.

    “Dippity-Do”-ing while Rome-on-the-Potomac burns. Africans in Finland? It’s Finn-ished. #RaindeerReparations #African’tankerous

    So suomi!

  126. @El Dato

    It’s based on jungle fever that says women prefer black men as superior studs for having more muscle and bigger penises.
     
    WELP!

    There is no doubt about this at all. All the feminism rage & fury and the tiresome book diarrhea by the uglies is about being allowed to choose huge dick with no constraints and no talking-to by daddy. Overrides in priority the remote possibility of getting bitchslapped later and/or of having to make sammiches for the rest of the life, even if this is apparently absolutely haram in feminism.

    Check out the life story of the gal who got involved with the top legal black man at Google.

    El Dato,

    Would you provide link to the life story of the gal who got involved with the top legal
    black man at Google?

    • Replies: @Flip
    https://medium.com/@jennifer.blakely/my-time-at-google-and-after-b0af688ec3ab
  127. Fifty thousand black Fins sounds like a lot but it’s less than 1% of their population. Still since Finland never had an empire one wonders how these blacks got there in the first place.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    about 30,000 Somalians were sent by NGOs about 25 years ago. And, other blacks have come on student visas. Some had emigrated who had degrees as Finland, for a long time, did not accept any people who did not have a degree/education/or a corporate job. EU has forced Finland to accept anybody, and, especially, people from MENA countries. But, it's a cold climate 7 months of the year, and the darkness that arrives soon is very hard for outsiders to get used to. And, Finns, generally, are very closed people and very private in their socializing habits - not a very welcoming place.
  128. @Anon
    I think that the Finnish are getting inculcated with this stuff via England, not directly from the U.S. In many ways, for some unknown reaasons (e.g., lack of a written constitution?) England has gone further, faster in the SJW direction than the U.S.

    I think that the Finnish are getting inculcated with this stuff via England, not directly from the U.S. In many ways, for some unknown reaasons (e.g., lack of a written constitution?) England has gone further, faster in the SJW direction than the U.S.

    It’s the island thing. They’re like dodo birds.

  129. @Forbes
    USA caused, or is responsible for, the USSR?

    I have to stop reading after such nonsense...

    Immediately after the USA declared war on Germany in WW1, the Germans realized they needed to remove Russia from the War. Putting Lenin on a sealed train and dropping him off to take Russia out of the War and free Germany to fight in the West and maybe collapse the French will before the USA could turn the tide of battle (as happened in1918) was a desperate gamble necessitated by the US declaration of war.

    Both events happened in April, 2017.

  130. @JimB
    It’s ironic how undiverse black hair. And styling it requires using products similar to Drano.

    No, those products are not used to “style it,” but to culturally-appropriate “white-looking” hair. Natural requires very little other than conditioning.

  131. @Forbes
    USA caused, or is responsible for, the USSR?

    I have to stop reading after such nonsense...

    Sadly no nonsense, follow the money.

    There is heavy German guilt as well, strangely that is the one German crime nobody wants to talk about.

    Go figure.

  132. @Anon
    This is just American cultural imperialism.

    If you're an American who cares about Europe, you ultimately have to support the decline of American power and prestige because this nonsense is not going to stop otherwise.

    I don't agree with Varg Vikernes on everything, but he has a point here:

    https://twitter.com/GandalftheWhi19/status/1167878405041221634

    No bad breath, no dandruff, no gingivitis. America – is there anything (BAD) that it’s not responsible for? This is the flip side of blacks lacking all agency. Whites (and in particular America) have UNLIMITED agency – we are responsible for EVERYTHING.

    And this from a man who is a convicted murderer. And as a Norwegian, he seems to be more concerned with German suffering than with the suffering of his own people. Do the Germans bear any responsibility for the bombing of Dresden or is it ALL the American’s fault? Was Kaufman reacting to anything the Germans did? Was the A-bomb invented in a vacuum?

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon

    Do the Germans bear any responsibility for the bombing of Dresden or is it ALL the American’s fault? Was Kaufman reacting to anything the Germans did?
     
    Do you ever ask that question about your own tribe? Is there anything - anything at all - that they may have done to provoke other people's opinions about them?

    And how are women and children blown apart or burned alive in Dresden or Hamburg or Tokyo or Hiroshima any different than women and children shot or gassed en masse in Ukraine or Poland?

  133. @Anon
    This is just American cultural imperialism.

    If you're an American who cares about Europe, you ultimately have to support the decline of American power and prestige because this nonsense is not going to stop otherwise.

    I don't agree with Varg Vikernes on everything, but he has a point here:

    https://twitter.com/GandalftheWhi19/status/1167878405041221634

    Somebody inform this damn fool about the Butterfly Effect.

  134. @SunBakedSuburb
    "women prefer black men as superior studs for having more muscle and bigger penises."

    Did you enjoy writing that sentence? I know I did. Why do I feel like Michael Caine in Zulu (1964)?

    Reality bites.
    Do not blame the messenger for the message.

  135. My take is the hair is an adaptation to hundreds of generations of getting bashed over the detz with hardwood objects (at least I cannot conceive of any other function – clearly it is not a sex signal).
    Several Bantu tribes do know female duels of this type.

    But you WILL “see them as beautiful” … if you know what´s good for you 😛

    • Replies: @Jack D
    I assume that wooly hair is the original and straight hair is the mutation and possibly a sex signal.
  136. Afro hair: How black Finns are taking on racism

    There aren’t any black Finns.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    correct. Finnish language is very nuanced: Suomalainen is Finn; Suomen kansalainen is Finnish citizen. And we have nothing like black Finns except the colloquial: Mustalainen (Blackish...no, really) which refers to Gypsies, or Roma people.

    No one in Finland goes around officially saying: "I am a Spanish-Finn; Ivorian Finn; Armenian-Finn; Finnish-Greek, Finnish-Slovenian" for instance - Americans are the ones that are obsessed with hyphenated stuff.

    What the BBC article is trying to do is drive a wedge between Finns and people of African descent that are Finnish citizens so they can create racial resentment towards ethnic Finns in the people who have African blood. There has never been an underclass in Finland. Roma and Lapps are the only so-called minorities.


    Finns do not openly resent other ethnic groups; but I will generalize and say that they do not trust other groups of people whether they are German, Swedish, Dutch (especially), Albanian, Chinese or Congolese, etc. The trust issue is more strong than any sort of feelings of disliking others because of their ethnicity/race. I know this sounds weird, but that's the way it is in the Polar regions. Inuits probably feel the same way, or the Lapps; probably goes back to primeval survival instincts.

  137. @Jack D
    No bad breath, no dandruff, no gingivitis. America - is there anything (BAD) that it's not responsible for? This is the flip side of blacks lacking all agency. Whites (and in particular America) have UNLIMITED agency - we are responsible for EVERYTHING.

    And this from a man who is a convicted murderer. And as a Norwegian, he seems to be more concerned with German suffering than with the suffering of his own people. Do the Germans bear any responsibility for the bombing of Dresden or is it ALL the American's fault? Was Kaufman reacting to anything the Germans did? Was the A-bomb invented in a vacuum?

    Do the Germans bear any responsibility for the bombing of Dresden or is it ALL the American’s fault? Was Kaufman reacting to anything the Germans did?

    Do you ever ask that question about your own tribe? Is there anything – anything at all – that they may have done to provoke other people’s opinions about them?

    And how are women and children blown apart or burned alive in Dresden or Hamburg or Tokyo or Hiroshima any different than women and children shot or gassed en masse in Ukraine or Poland?

    • Replies: @Jack D
    The Jews did not invade Poland with tanks. They did not bomb Pearl Harbor. They didn't blitz London. They didn't gas people. Overcharging peasants for booze is different than waging aggressive warfare and genocide - that's a whole different dimension of bad.
    , @J.Ross
    He hasn't realized that his re-capitulating the megillah for the millionth time is self-defeating, and nothing good will come of provoking him.
  138. @Anon
    This is just American cultural imperialism.

    If you're an American who cares about Europe, you ultimately have to support the decline of American power and prestige because this nonsense is not going to stop otherwise.

    I don't agree with Varg Vikernes on everything, but he has a point here:

    https://twitter.com/GandalftheWhi19/status/1167878405041221634

    Makes sense, because a vast continent with spectacular natural wealth that was sparsely populated by stone age people would have remained empty forever if it hadn’t been for the Europeans.

  139. @Anon
    This is just American cultural imperialism.

    If you're an American who cares about Europe, you ultimately have to support the decline of American power and prestige because this nonsense is not going to stop otherwise.

    I don't agree with Varg Vikernes on everything, but he has a point here:

    https://twitter.com/GandalftheWhi19/status/1167878405041221634

    Muslims extremists seem to predate the USA by centuries. Just ask North African Christians if you can find one.

    And the US opposed the nascent USSR and tried to sabotage it.

  140. @22pp22
    This is the best reply.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSk2J3h21YE

    “Oh, the deeper I spin
    Oh, the hunter will sin for your ivory skin
    Took a drive in the dirty rain
    To a place where the wind calls your name
    Under the trees the river laughing at you and me
    Hallelujah, heavens white rose
    The doors you open
    I just can’t close”

    U2 Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses

    💘 White Women

  141. @Laugh Track

    “… She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.”

    No, people’s eyes prioritize Western beauty ideals. Finnish women are by and large slender with blue eyes and long blonde hair. Even ones with below average facial structures are going to be considered more beautiful and desirable than the African women in that photo. Truth hurts.
     
    There's plenty of range within "Western beauty ideals". It is not automatic that Western [white] men are attracted to slender women with blue eyes and long blonde hair. Some are, some aren't. Some are attracted to Italian bombshells with sultry dark eyes and black hair. Others are attracted to British women with brown hair and impressive racks. Some, for whatever reason take a liking to women of other racial groups. Some rank intelligence and wit as high attractors, others go for family-oriented "help mates" with big hearts.

    If everyone was holding out for "Western beauty ideals" the human race would have died out long ago. The vast majority of people of every race or ethnic group, male or female, hetero or not, are not stunning lookers. They are nominally attractive in their youth, because hormones are pumping both ways. Add on 20 or 30 years and you have to allow for a lot of flab, cellulite, and toe jam. That's where the mysterious factor of Love comes in. Love underlies long term attraction, even if the initial youthful beauty or energy slowly fades away.

    One could probably write a book about this, but I'm keeping it short as a concession to blog comment norms. Most lengthy posts can usually be whittled down to two or three paragraphs which are more than sufficient.

    This is simply not true. Walk around in Barcelona or Budapest and the average woman of ANY age between 18-50 on the street is going to be several orders of magnitude more attractive than your average woman in Bangladesh or Nairobi.

  142. @Reg Cæsar

    Michaela Moua is one of them.

    Born to a Finnish mother and Ivorian father
     
    Moua is a Hmong name, too. Now that would be a mix.

    Sandberg is a Swedish name; Daniels, English or Scots-Irish (densest in US); Onwen, Nigerian.

    https://forebears.io/surnames/sandberg
    https://forebears.io/surnames/daniels
    https://forebears.io/surnames/onwen
    https://forebears.io/surnames/moua

    Saida Mäki-Penttilä
     
    Now this is a Finnish name.


    https://forebears.io/surnames/m%C3%A4ki
    https://forebears.io/surnames/penttil%C3%A4

    Sandberg is a Swedish name; Daniels, English or Scots-Irish (densest in US); Onwen, Nigerian.

    Could be (((Daniels))). I know quite a few.

    • Replies: @Diversity Heretic
    Daniels is also an Assyrian name.
  143. @Kronos
    Some of this hair-relaxer stuff does look painful. When Chris Rock did a documentary on "Good Hair" there were photos of scalp burns and such.

    Also, here's a funny scene from Malcolm X.

    https://youtu.be/S1DhUWQV_QU

    Shit happens when you don’t pay your water bill.

  144. @EdwardM
    So Swaziland (which they have renamed Eswatini) can take pride in its second biggest export (after AIDS patients). Are we talking Coca Cola, or grape soda syrup?

    Just noticed that Madagascar’s top moneymaker is coffee. Mark Schatzker’s The Dorito Effect tells of how the commie dictator of Madagascar (was it the “Malagasy Republic” then?) cornered the market on vanilla in the 1970s and managed to double the worldwide price. (“VPEC”?)

    So the West got to business making artificial vanilla flavoring from vanillin, which had been known about since Wilhelm Haarmann found he could squeeze it from Black Forest pinecones in the 19th century. It just hadn’t paid off until Didier Ratsiraka came to power.

    So the West no longer enjoys real vanilla, and Madagascar vanilla revenue. A lose-lose situation.

    David Reuben covered vanillin in his useful and entertaining 1979 book on nutrition, but I didn’t know until now that it rhymes with “lanolin”. At least in America.

  145. The mixed race actress in the new Joker film has a German dad and black American mom.

    I wonder how many of these Finns are the same? I assume all had black dads who then hauled as after birth….

  146. @Kronos
    Some of this hair-relaxer stuff does look painful. When Chris Rock did a documentary on "Good Hair" there were photos of scalp burns and such.

    Also, here's a funny scene from Malcolm X.

    https://youtu.be/S1DhUWQV_QU

    I read Mr. X’s autobio (written mostly by Alex Haley) and was surprised at that scene. The overwhelming majority of black men when I grew up in the Stone Age didn’t ‘conk’ their hair – that was for show-offs. It is true that most black women straightened their hair with painful lye-based preparations. I believe most of these are not used nowadays. Black women have much more healthy alternatives.

    With respect to this urban legend of people going up to black women and asking to touch their hair, or not even asking, I cry bullshit. Whites, Latins and Asians fear blacks. I can’t imagine anyone simply walking up to a black woman & touching her hair.

    • Replies: @Kronos
    I read the book as well (in High School the book and movie were essentially mandatory.)

    I remember X getting crap from his typical black southern rural close-cropped hair. I think someone made fun of it and made a corn related comparison. That he didn’t look urban enough.
  147. Is Michaela the one in the middle? Her hair is terrible. If anyone is asking to touch that, it’s probably to try to fix it somehow.

  148. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    "The country scores consistently well on international ratings for stability, freedom, public safety and social progress."

    Hmm, how can we fix that, and quick?

    The success of racially homogenous Finland cannot be tolerated.

    The success of racially homogenous Finland cannot be tolerated.

    This is the insidious message the BBC article (and mostly, European outsiders) is trying to make. I have seen several of these articles, pushed by Globalists which promote the idea for dismantling or weakening Finnish culture. Finns not being Indo-European, have the rare reality or significance (like Icelanders) of being the indigenous people of their land….no conquerors, no colonialists, and, never being a monarchy….arriving there when the Ice Age glaciers receded.

    Of course, the Lapps arrived around the same time, and, there is speculation that they were just a smaller group of Finns (from the steppes of Siberia as well) who preferred to herd reindeer (not fish, hunt, and farm – later), and proceeded to all the polar regions (Norway to Russia) so their animals could graze freely The herders also survived because they preferred smaller groups and there was no conflict with more southern dwelling Finns. The language is also similar, yet they are indigenous without being POC….this is what really bugs non-Finns, and evil elites; indigenous with blonde hair and blue eyes!

    Finland and its people who love their culture and land, seem to irritate globalists because they remain mostly insular, and unwilling to trust the people of other countries – so not kidding about that! There are books about Finns lack of trust of all other countries people.

    • Replies: @Dr Van Nostrand
    Aren't Finn's of recentAsiatic origin like the magyars rather than native Europeans.
    True Europeans are the Basques.
  149. @Gary
    El Dato,

    Would you provide link to the life story of the gal who got involved with the top legal
    black man at Google?
  150. @Abe

    Metaphor: Our power elites, Deep State, lobbyists, string-pullers of all sorts are “one giant Oberlin campus”. The rest of us? We’re just fucking Gibson’s Food Mart and Bakery.
     
    BOOM! The site says I haven’t commented frequently enough lately to LOL or simply AGREE, but this is a perfect follow-on to another perfect Sailer riff.


    Had to scan my brain for a moment, but Gibson’s is the campus bakery that was defamed for racism by the school after several black students were caught shoplifting wine.

    Abe, thanks.

    I’m not good at quips, but Steve opened the door wide. Plus, I know something about the nosebleed-level arrogance of the academy.

    Yesteryear’s civil rights (ca. early 1960s) was about a fair shake. Nowadays, it’s the bone-crusher grip that rips your arm off at the shoulder. I guess we’re not supposed to notice the difference.

  151. @Mr. Anon

    Do the Germans bear any responsibility for the bombing of Dresden or is it ALL the American’s fault? Was Kaufman reacting to anything the Germans did?
     
    Do you ever ask that question about your own tribe? Is there anything - anything at all - that they may have done to provoke other people's opinions about them?

    And how are women and children blown apart or burned alive in Dresden or Hamburg or Tokyo or Hiroshima any different than women and children shot or gassed en masse in Ukraine or Poland?

    The Jews did not invade Poland with tanks. They did not bomb Pearl Harbor. They didn’t blitz London. They didn’t gas people. Overcharging peasants for booze is different than waging aggressive warfare and genocide – that’s a whole different dimension of bad.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    So your answers are "No", "No", and "It's just different, because."
  152. @anonymous
    It's a shame the Soviets were defeated by those snow-haired partisan/patriots . At the time no one involved was in need of free weaves.

    Finland only won the winter war – they surrendered/made a deal with Germany in the spring of 1940: Barbarossa, but lost in 1944-45 to Soviets. However, the deal kept Finland from becoming annexed by Stalin. In other words, they stayed free of foreigners and their influence/control a 2nd time. This is why shaming them about being colonizers or racists does not work since they are indigenous people who never were a monarchy: Finland was subjugated by both Russia and Sweden for over 800 years.

  153. Former VP and now Dem candidate Joe Biden is a well known hair toucher. Mainly with his nose via sniffing. Oh my, he does love to sniff lady’s hair. First gets behind them and holds them securely with his hands on their shoulders.

    Not sure about the Afro hair though. Don’t recall him do that. So he’s either “culturally sensitive” to the crime of touching Afro women’s hair, or he’s just another honky Delaware racist.

    Female hair sniffing seems to be Joe’s unique take on being a handsy pervert. Especially with very young girls. My, my.

  154. @Jane Plain
    I read Mr. X's autobio (written mostly by Alex Haley) and was surprised at that scene. The overwhelming majority of black men when I grew up in the Stone Age didn't 'conk' their hair - that was for show-offs. It is true that most black women straightened their hair with painful lye-based preparations. I believe most of these are not used nowadays. Black women have much more healthy alternatives.

    With respect to this urban legend of people going up to black women and asking to touch their hair, or not even asking, I cry bullshit. Whites, Latins and Asians fear blacks. I can't imagine anyone simply walking up to a black woman & touching her hair.

    I read the book as well (in High School the book and movie were essentially mandatory.)

    I remember X getting crap from his typical black southern rural close-cropped hair. I think someone made fun of it and made a corn related comparison. That he didn’t look urban enough.

    • Replies: @Jane Plain
    Wow, we really are of two different generations. No way in hell would dat book have been on my HS curriculum - unless I'm misunderstanding you.

    The only thing I remember from the book is that conking scene, which made me have some sympathy for Mr. X, and the part where he admitted he hated reading novels. I remember thinking, what a turd.

    I think the ribbing he got was from his thug peer group in what was it? Omaha? Among working blacks where I'm from black men just dindu that. All women either straightened their hair or brushed it back, but men, nope. I cannot remember one man who straightened his hair. I remember thinking that the Hardest Working Man in Show Business looked ridiculous with his 'do.

    I remember that black men used to shave a funny little strip on the side to approximate a part, but no conks. I probably learned the word conk from Mr. X.

    I still call bullshit on the hair-touching urban myths.
  155. @Mr. Anon

    Afro hair: How black Finns are taking on racism
     
    There aren't any black Finns.

    correct. Finnish language is very nuanced: Suomalainen is Finn; Suomen kansalainen is Finnish citizen. And we have nothing like black Finns except the colloquial: Mustalainen (Blackish…no, really) which refers to Gypsies, or Roma people.

    No one in Finland goes around officially saying: “I am a Spanish-Finn; Ivorian Finn; Armenian-Finn; Finnish-Greek, Finnish-Slovenian” for instance – Americans are the ones that are obsessed with hyphenated stuff.

    What the BBC article is trying to do is drive a wedge between Finns and people of African descent that are Finnish citizens so they can create racial resentment towards ethnic Finns in the people who have African blood. There has never been an underclass in Finland. Roma and Lapps are the only so-called minorities.

    Finns do not openly resent other ethnic groups; but I will generalize and say that they do not trust other groups of people whether they are German, Swedish, Dutch (especially), Albanian, Chinese or Congolese, etc. The trust issue is more strong than any sort of feelings of disliking others because of their ethnicity/race. I know this sounds weird, but that’s the way it is in the Polar regions. Inuits probably feel the same way, or the Lapps; probably goes back to primeval survival instincts.

  156. There has been a lot of this kind of intersectional identity politics in Finland lately. It is not surprising that they have that Good Hair Day text in English as all their ideas are imported from the US. Social media activists constantly talk about cultural appropriation or normative whiteness and use American terms such as POC in Finnish texts.

    The women in the BBC story are not very prominent figures in the activist scene. I have only heard of one of them before in another context. Michaela Moua was a top basketball player in her youth (she is 43 now). She was a regular in the Finnish national team for years and played for Ohio State University and several pro teams in Europe. It seems she has been working in anti-racism/multiculturalism projects for NGOs and public sector bodies after her sports career.

  157. @Ed
    Fifty thousand black Fins sounds like a lot but it's less than 1% of their population. Still since Finland never had an empire one wonders how these blacks got there in the first place.

    about 30,000 Somalians were sent by NGOs about 25 years ago. And, other blacks have come on student visas. Some had emigrated who had degrees as Finland, for a long time, did not accept any people who did not have a degree/education/or a corporate job. EU has forced Finland to accept anybody, and, especially, people from MENA countries. But, it’s a cold climate 7 months of the year, and the darkness that arrives soon is very hard for outsiders to get used to. And, Finns, generally, are very closed people and very private in their socializing habits – not a very welcoming place.

  158. @Jack D
    The Jews did not invade Poland with tanks. They did not bomb Pearl Harbor. They didn't blitz London. They didn't gas people. Overcharging peasants for booze is different than waging aggressive warfare and genocide - that's a whole different dimension of bad.

    So your answers are “No”, “No”, and “It’s just different, because.”

  159. @anonymous
    Except that gibsons won.

    That is the point, bro’!

    Imagine 100,000 dissenters marching in D. C. in 2020, many wearing T-shirts reading “I AM Gibson’s Bakery!”

    TV newsperson: “Those T-shirts, of course, refer to an Ohio case in which a bakery was wrongfully accused of racism by officials at Oberlin College, and won a multi-million dollar judgment against the college. A spokesman for the marchers told me that, like the bakery, they are wrongly accused of racism by our laws and mass media, and they intend to win justice”

  160. @Buzz Mohawk
    Their hair will never be good enough for famous funny Finnish Formula One driver Kimi Räikkönen.

    https://heightline.com/wp-content/uploads/Minttu-Virtanen-and-Kimi-Räikkönen.jpg

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/2f/95/2d/2f952dfbdb6bac2db516ce2fe409fdce.jpg

    Right now we are watching yesterday's Belgian Grand Prix at Spa. Kimi, the 2007 world champion, is currently in 16th place. He was quoted today as saying that it was "almost pointless to be out there." He has been famous for late night partying, and he has a matter-of-fact way of saying things that make you laugh. Is that a Finnish thing?

    What does he say about African women’s hair?

  161. @Hypnotoad666
    Semi-OT: The NYT has a very long and tedious article about affirmative action that mostly centers on how Asians supposedly feel about AA. (Spoiler: they are all for it, except when it discriminates against them). But anyway, toward the very end (in "upside down" NYT fashion), the author more or less gratuitously veers off into one of Steve's recurring observations about how black recipients of AA are currently mostly foreigners and recent immigrants. Perhaps this particular intra-PoC conflict may be staring to get some traction. (Please excuse the longish quote).

    In September 2017, Delmar Fears, a 19-year-old junior at Cornell, walked up to the office of President Martha E. Pollack. As co-chair of the group Black Students United, she was accompanied by hundreds of chanting students who had all come to deliver a set of demands. The list mostly included administrative and curricular changes, from the creation of a “minority-liaison-at-large” position to the hiring of psychologists and physicians of color. But the ninth demand, sandwiched between the creation of a “student honor board” and a “permanent presidential task force,” set off an unexpected maelstrom.

    “We demand that Cornell Admissions to come up with a plan to actively increase the presence of underrepresented Black students on this campus. We define underrepresented Black students as Black Americans who have several generations (more than two) in this country. The Black student population at Cornell disproportionately represents international or first-generation African or Caribbean students. While these students have a right to flourish at Cornell, there is a lack of investment in Black students whose families were affected directly by the African Holocaust in America. Cornell must work to actively support students whose families have been impacted for generations by white supremacy and American fascism.”

    Fears and her group received weeks of blowback from conservative websites, and Black Students United later said it regretted the wording of its statement. But that year Fears wrote a final paper on the issue titled “Who Makes Up the 7 Percent of Black Cornellians?” which detailed some of the demographic change that had taken place on exclusive college campuses. In a 2004 New York Times article, Henry Louis Gates Jr., the chairman of Harvard’s African and African-American studies department, and Lani Guinier, a professor in the law school, pointed out that while Harvard had increased its black undergraduate population to 8 percent, a majority of those students — up to two-thirds — were international students, first- or second-generation immigrants from Africa or the Caribbean or the children of biracial couples. What was rare, Gates said, was the black student whose four grandparents lived through slavery, Reconstruction and Jim Crow. Mary C. Waters, the head of Harvard’s sociology department, told The Times, “You need a philosophical discussion about what are the aims of affirmative action. If it’s about getting black faces at Harvard, then you’re doing fine. If it’s about making up for 200 to 500 years of slavery in this country and its aftermath, then you’re not doing well.”

    In 2007, Camille Z. Charles, a professor of sociology and Africana studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and three co-authors, Margarita Mooney, Douglas S. Massey and Kimberly C. Torres, published a study in The Journal of Education titled “Black Immigrants and Black Natives Attending Selective Colleges and Universities in the United States.” Charles, Mooney, Massey and Mary J. Fischer followed up that research with a 2009 article, “Affirmative Action Programs for Minority Students: Right in Theory, Wrong in Practice.” Both papers reported an “overrepresentation” of black immigrant students at highly selective colleges and universities compared with black Americans whose ancestors were enslaved.

    Charles’s study drew on data from 28 schools, going back to 1999. Nearly 20 years later, she is confident that the proportion of black immigrants has increased, but she can’t say exactly how much, because schools do not make that information accessible to the public. “It’s a way to have some plausible deniability,” Charles told me. “The schools are purposefully not paying attention to the backgrounds of the black students they admit. In the ’80s and ’90s, low-income black students could talk about overcoming obstacles in their essays, but over time, that narrative has worn thin. But the immigrant narrative, which is also an American narrative, in some ways might have become a more appealing story for admissions officers. A student can write, say, ‘My parents were doctors in Nigeria, but they had to start all over in the United States,’ and that story doesn’t invoke white guilt. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/28/magazine/affirmative-action-asian-american-harvard.html?action=click&module=Editors%20Picks&pgtype=Homepage
     

    Affirmative Action isn’t about reparation for slavery, it’s about accepting that blacks and latinos have lower IQ and cannot compete on an equal playing field.

  162. The BBC said, with face unerringly straight:

    Finland’s only annual event dedicated to afro hair, the Good Hair Day.

    This is so very current year. The mind boggles at whats next in store for us.

  163. @Kibernetika
    Pro tip: A traditional and well-maintained Finnish Puuka knife makes short work of excess body hair. But their body fat should serve them well during the winter months!

    But their body fat should serve them well during the winter months!

    I’m reminded of a Woody Allen line: “She was the sort of woman who would have been considered pretty in an early age, though not later than the Pleistocene epoch.”

    • Replies: @Mike G
    so true
  164. “beauty standards prioritize Western beauty ideals”

    Standards have priorities? Nevermind.

    Of course Finnish beauty standards are Western. Finland is considered to be part of the West. One wouldn’t expect them to have Chinese ideals.

    This complaint would be appropriate if we were talking about rump size and shape or skin hue maybe. However, *everybody* dislikes black hair. Including black people.

  165. @Charon
    Well yes. The dirty little secret is that absolutely no one on earth wants to see their hair, much less touch it. But GoodWhites pretend to be fascinated and captivated because that's what the Diversity Monster demands.

    I can imagine people wanting to find out what black hair feels like. Especially if they’ve never seen a black person before. You know, like you might pet a goat at the zoo just to know what it’s like.

  166. @Harry Baldwin
    But their body fat should serve them well during the winter months!

    I'm reminded of a Woody Allen line: "She was the sort of woman who would have been considered pretty in an early age, though not later than the Pleistocene epoch."

    so true

  167. @Anonymous

    Born to a Finnish mother and Ivorian father,
     

    ... She says beauty standards prioritise Western beauty ideals and being brown or having afro hair is not seen as beautiful in Finland.
     
    If black women are equally attractive, isn't the problem that black men chose to mate with white women than with black women? The fathers of these women favored white over black. Thus, these girls are the products of black preferring white over black. Also, if these women are so into blackness, why not go live in Africa?

    Another thing. If white Finnish women rejected white men and decided to have kids with black men, it's part of a global pattern reaching even Japan. It's based on jungle fever that says women prefer black men as superior studs for having more muscle and bigger penises. Thus, jungle fever is also about favoring a certain race over another.

    If Afro-Colonization of White Wombs have reached even distant Finland, the game is almost over. Increasingly as white lands and white wombs are taken by blacks, white race will become like the people of North Africa.

    That, or working class white women tending to date men with happy-go-lucky personalities. When not dating black guys, these kind of white women have a habit of dating white, man-children with personalities like Andy from Parks and Recreation.

  168. @Kronos
    I read the book as well (in High School the book and movie were essentially mandatory.)

    I remember X getting crap from his typical black southern rural close-cropped hair. I think someone made fun of it and made a corn related comparison. That he didn’t look urban enough.

    Wow, we really are of two different generations. No way in hell would dat book have been on my HS curriculum – unless I’m misunderstanding you.

    The only thing I remember from the book is that conking scene, which made me have some sympathy for Mr. X, and the part where he admitted he hated reading novels. I remember thinking, what a turd.

    I think the ribbing he got was from his thug peer group in what was it? Omaha? Among working blacks where I’m from black men just dindu that. All women either straightened their hair or brushed it back, but men, nope. I cannot remember one man who straightened his hair. I remember thinking that the Hardest Working Man in Show Business looked ridiculous with his ‘do.

    I remember that black men used to shave a funny little strip on the side to approximate a part, but no conks. I probably learned the word conk from Mr. X.

    I still call bullshit on the hair-touching urban myths.

    • Replies: @Kronos
    It was mandatory reading. It was assigned in class with group discussions.
  169. @Anon
    This is just American cultural imperialism.

    If you're an American who cares about Europe, you ultimately have to support the decline of American power and prestige because this nonsense is not going to stop otherwise.

    I don't agree with Varg Vikernes on everything, but he has a point here:

    https://twitter.com/GandalftheWhi19/status/1167878405041221634

    The “Noble Savage” thing is total bs if you research the true history of the Tribes….Many of them have oral histories that when they got here there were already people here — the Mound Builders and others–even the dreaded White People (the remains of such are seized and not allowed to be studied as it would hurt the narrative and possible the Casino biz free for all of the “Natives”….)– and that they murdered them upon meeting them. So much for the narrative…– “Whitey” came and did some of the same but obviously was not as good at total extermination as they were as we can see as to the prosperous Casino owners of today etc.– the Trail of Tears bs was written long after the “event” which it lies about — by a political hack who hated Andrew Jackson and spent his life slandering him (went to prison I believe for this type conduct and came out worse than before….).

    So like so much else the “Native American” narrative is bs–“Black Elk” of “Black Elk Speaks” fame was in fact for the second half of his life a dedicated Catholic and converted many, many to what he was sure was the One True Faith and that the Old Ways were superseded by it–the book writers who interviewed him and wrote the book left that out and lied about it much to his chagrin when he found out later, sort of ahead of their time Leftists who would no doubt have been quite welcome on the NYSlimes staff in years to come…. Many of the Tribes were very happy for some of the improvements the dreaded “Whiteys” brought, others joined forces with “Whitey” against their enemy Tribes with which they had been at war and murdering each other for many years….

    Like the African Slave Trade almost everything you hear is a lie — the first Slave Owner in the USA was a Black Man, 2 Coastal African Kings (Black guys) were basically responsible for it completely –going after the interior Black Tribes (“Whitey” couldn’t get near due to Malaria and other diseases) they viewed as inferior and stupid and enslaving them and selling them to Muslim Slavers who castrated the ones not lucky enough to be shipped elsewhere than Muslim countries–and the 2 Kings made huge fortunes doing this, all this is very well known in Africa but not mentioned in text books written by liars in the USA….– History is His – Story in many respects mostly bs written by the victor and assorted liars for political reasons (such as much about the start of WW2 that passes for truth and isn’t, the “Holocaust” etc….) and now we are seeing it just rewritten wholesale and obviously by SJW “Professors”/ “Historians” in the current hysteria of hating all things “whitey” and putting a lying “Diverse” face everywhere….

  170. @Ripple Earthdevil

    Sandberg is a Swedish name; Daniels, English or Scots-Irish (densest in US); Onwen, Nigerian.
     
    Could be (((Daniels))). I know quite a few.

    Daniels is also an Assyrian name.

    • Replies: @ben tillman

    Daniels is also an Assyrian name.
     
    What is the capital of Assyria?
  171. @nokangaroos
    My take is the hair is an adaptation to hundreds of generations of getting bashed over the detz with hardwood objects (at least I cannot conceive of any other function - clearly it is not a sex signal).
    Several Bantu tribes do know female duels of this type.

    But you WILL "see them as beautiful" ... if you know what´s good for you :P

    I assume that wooly hair is the original and straight hair is the mutation and possibly a sex signal.

    • Replies: @JudgeSmails

    I assume that wooly hair is the original and straight hair is the mutation and possibly a sex signal.

     

    Personally, "straight" hair is definitely a sex signal. If the amount of time and expense they spend on their hair is an indicator, women innately know this.
  172. @Anon
    This is just American cultural imperialism.

    If you're an American who cares about Europe, you ultimately have to support the decline of American power and prestige because this nonsense is not going to stop otherwise.

    I don't agree with Varg Vikernes on everything, but he has a point here:

    https://twitter.com/GandalftheWhi19/status/1167878405041221634

    Not a fan of U.S. imperialism, or of anglo imperialism (since the US in a way it’s a continuation of the British Empire), but actually, if the English hadn’t invaded/colonized America, probably the Spanish and the French would, and since they seemed to have brought more slave and mixed more, then the whole of America from North to South would be a huge Latin America with a tri-racial population. Which wouldn’t be good, but, on the other hand, its effect on world politics would be minimal, but it’s unclear if this would be good or bad to Europe, which would have problems one way or another.

  173. @Jane Plain
    Wow, we really are of two different generations. No way in hell would dat book have been on my HS curriculum - unless I'm misunderstanding you.

    The only thing I remember from the book is that conking scene, which made me have some sympathy for Mr. X, and the part where he admitted he hated reading novels. I remember thinking, what a turd.

    I think the ribbing he got was from his thug peer group in what was it? Omaha? Among working blacks where I'm from black men just dindu that. All women either straightened their hair or brushed it back, but men, nope. I cannot remember one man who straightened his hair. I remember thinking that the Hardest Working Man in Show Business looked ridiculous with his 'do.

    I remember that black men used to shave a funny little strip on the side to approximate a part, but no conks. I probably learned the word conk from Mr. X.

    I still call bullshit on the hair-touching urban myths.

    It was mandatory reading. It was assigned in class with group discussions.

    • Replies: @Jane Plain
    Amazing... but I guess not.

    There have been two pretty good biographies written about Mr. X, one by a guy named Perry and one by a black intellectual named Manning Marable, and both concluded that Mr. X was a con artist. There isn't much there there.
  174. @Diversity Heretic
    Daniels is also an Assyrian name.

    Daniels is also an Assyrian name.

    What is the capital of Assyria?

    • Replies: @Unladen Swallow
    What's the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?
  175. @ben tillman

    Daniels is also an Assyrian name.
     
    What is the capital of Assyria?

    What’s the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    Is that an African or a European swallow? I believe it's 24 mph for a European swallow.
  176. @Jack D
    I assume that wooly hair is the original and straight hair is the mutation and possibly a sex signal.

    I assume that wooly hair is the original and straight hair is the mutation and possibly a sex signal.

    Personally, “straight” hair is definitely a sex signal. If the amount of time and expense they spend on their hair is an indicator, women innately know this.

  177. @Yngvar
    A safe space was called an asylum back in the old days.

    Strictly speaking it is the other way round but that doesn’t invalidate your point.

  178. @El Dato
    Meanwhile: Black Pigeon Speaks videos a menace to humankind (channel bluehair all ok because you can't handle the truth)

    YouTube's radicalizing Alt-right trolls and Facebook's recruiting new language boffins

    YouTube and radicalization: There are numerous case studies of YouTube algorithms contributing to online radicalization by promoting far-right videos and conspiracy theories.

    ...

    The researchers decided to analyze 331,849 videos across 360 channels that are associated with Alt-right, “Alt-lite,” (a gentler version of Alt-right ideology) and the so-called Intellectual Dark Web.

    They also looked at more than 79 million comments left on the videos and found that those three online communities were more likely to share the same user base. Also, these YouTube consumers started off watching lighter – say Alt-lite videos – and at first and eventually landed themselves in the more aggressive Alt-right territory.

    “The three communities studied sky-rocketed in terms of views, likes, videos published and comments, particularly, since 2015, coinciding with the turbulent presidential election of that year,” the researchers eerily [eerily ?] concluded.

    It’s not the recommended videos that were the worst offender, however, its YouTube’s recommended channels feature. Consumers who started off with videos in channels classified under Alt-lite or the Intellectual Dark Web were eventually led down to the Alt-right path over time.

    If that's not convincing enough [actually it isn't], you can read the paper on ArXiv here.®
     
    Hmmm....

    Non-profits and the media claim there is a radicalization pipeline on YouTube. Its content creators would sponsor fringe ideas, and its recommender system would steer users towards edgier content. Yet, the supporting evidence for this claim is mostly anecdotal, and there are no proper measurements of the influence of YouTube's recommender system. In this work, we conduct a large scale audit of user radicalization on YouTube. We analyze 331,849 videos of 360 channels which we broadly classify into: control, the Alt-lite, the Intellectual Dark Web (I.D.W.), and the Alt-right ---channels in the I.D.W. and the Alt-lite would be gateways to fringe far-right ideology, here represented by Alt-right channels. Processing more than 79M comments, we show that the three communities increasingly share the same user base; that users consistently migrate from milder to more extreme content; and that a large percentage of users who consume Alt-right content now consumed Alt-lite and I.D.W. content in the past. We also probe YouTube's recommendation algorithm, looking at more than 2M million recommendations for videos and channels between May and July 2019. We find that Alt-lite content is easily reachable from I.D.W. channels via recommendations and that Alt-right channels may be reached from both I.D.W. and Alt-lite channels. Overall, we paint a comprehensive picture of user radicalization on YouTube and provide methods to transparently audit the platform and its recommender system.
     
    Get me Susan Wojicki on the phone.

    This is a level of dishonesty worthy of the DPRK. Recommendations for crimethink videos have been off, stifled, or misdirected for several years now. Many of the videos and personalities worth knowing about are taken down without explanation. These two self-defeatingly clumsy tactics probably cost new viewers, but have the effect of intensifying loyalty and devotion from existing audiences. Viewers learn quickly to jump the hostile recommendation process, regularly checking favorite channels, and defeat censorship by downloading. Thought criminals also of course communicate with each other and become their own recommendation service.

  179. @Mr. Anon

    Do the Germans bear any responsibility for the bombing of Dresden or is it ALL the American’s fault? Was Kaufman reacting to anything the Germans did?
     
    Do you ever ask that question about your own tribe? Is there anything - anything at all - that they may have done to provoke other people's opinions about them?

    And how are women and children blown apart or burned alive in Dresden or Hamburg or Tokyo or Hiroshima any different than women and children shot or gassed en masse in Ukraine or Poland?

    He hasn’t realized that his re-capitulating the megillah for the millionth time is self-defeating, and nothing good will come of provoking him.

    • Replies: @Jane Plain
    I thought the post was about black women's hair.

    Oh wait, no, it's about Jews. Everything in your life is about Jews, innit?
  180. @Kronos
    It was mandatory reading. It was assigned in class with group discussions.

    Amazing… but I guess not.

    There have been two pretty good biographies written about Mr. X, one by a guy named Perry and one by a black intellectual named Manning Marable, and both concluded that Mr. X was a con artist. There isn’t much there there.

    • Replies: @Kronos
    Perhaps, but like how Sailer often points out that 1960s “radical revolutionaries” fell for Eldridge Cleaver hard, Malcolm X has his own niche of band-worshipers.

    P.S. I don’t think K-12 students are going to learn about Martin Luther King Jr.’s sexcapades any time soon. His magical essence must be used to close white-black achievement gap as much as possible.
  181. @J.Ross
    He hasn't realized that his re-capitulating the megillah for the millionth time is self-defeating, and nothing good will come of provoking him.

    I thought the post was about black women’s hair.

    Oh wait, no, it’s about Jews. Everything in your life is about Jews, innit?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    The post (Steve's, above the comments) is about hair, and nothing in the statement you are replying to is about "The Jews." But then if I'm a racist, or a retard, or make less than a certain threshold of money, then that's the same thing as being wrong without the work of actually reading the comments, isn't it? Just think, if you hadn't spammed brainlessly, you might have found the plain meaning and obvious intention of the comment you reply to as in line with your goals.
  182. @Jane Plain
    I thought the post was about black women's hair.

    Oh wait, no, it's about Jews. Everything in your life is about Jews, innit?

    The post (Steve’s, above the comments) is about hair, and nothing in the statement you are replying to is about “The Jews.” But then if I’m a racist, or a retard, or make less than a certain threshold of money, then that’s the same thing as being wrong without the work of actually reading the comments, isn’t it? Just think, if you hadn’t spammed brainlessly, you might have found the plain meaning and obvious intention of the comment you reply to as in line with your goals.

    • Replies: @Jane Plain
    "The post (Steve’s, above the comments) is about hair,"

    Yeah, that's what I said.

    " and nothing in the statement you are replying to is about “The Jews."

    Oh no?

    "He hasn’t realized that his re-capitulating the megillah for the millionth time is self-defeating, and nothing good will come of provoking him."

    This comment thread, like most here, degenerated into mindless attacks on Jews, with you in the wolf pack.

    Not only are you a liar, you are insane and have rotten short-term memory.

    Fuck you, worthless loser. You're just jealous of successful Jews, while you endlessly flail about here.

  183. @Lagertha

    The success of racially homogenous Finland cannot be tolerated.
     
    This is the insidious message the BBC article (and mostly, European outsiders) is trying to make. I have seen several of these articles, pushed by Globalists which promote the idea for dismantling or weakening Finnish culture. Finns not being Indo-European, have the rare reality or significance (like Icelanders) of being the indigenous people of their land....no conquerors, no colonialists, and, never being a monarchy....arriving there when the Ice Age glaciers receded.

    Of course, the Lapps arrived around the same time, and, there is speculation that they were just a smaller group of Finns (from the steppes of Siberia as well) who preferred to herd reindeer (not fish, hunt, and farm - later), and proceeded to all the polar regions (Norway to Russia) so their animals could graze freely The herders also survived because they preferred smaller groups and there was no conflict with more southern dwelling Finns. The language is also similar, yet they are indigenous without being POC....this is what really bugs non-Finns, and evil elites; indigenous with blonde hair and blue eyes!

    Finland and its people who love their culture and land, seem to irritate globalists because they remain mostly insular, and unwilling to trust the people of other countries - so not kidding about that! There are books about Finns lack of trust of all other countries people.

    Aren’t Finn’s of recentAsiatic origin like the magyars rather than native Europeans.
    True Europeans are the Basques.

  184. oh shit, my bad….Here are my heroes for your children and your wife to visit my family’s estate:
    hhtps://youtube/arkXCiTZoyQ

  185. @fish

    “We don’t want to be objects. We are creating our narrative now and with projects like the Good Hair Day we are creating a safe space to talk about our experiences, to talk about our hair and offer advice and support to one another. It’s empowering. We are here to uplift our community.”
     
    .......sigh........please.......kill me.

    oh shit, my bad….Here are my heroes for your children and your wife to visit my family’s estate:
    hhtps://youtube/arkXCiTZoyQ

    What is the message?

    I am the stupid chick to bring about the message of Steve’s post? So what do y’all want me to say?

  186. I get mad when I see people are ungrateful and decadent. The decadent part is “concerning” for me.

  187. @J.Ross
    The post (Steve's, above the comments) is about hair, and nothing in the statement you are replying to is about "The Jews." But then if I'm a racist, or a retard, or make less than a certain threshold of money, then that's the same thing as being wrong without the work of actually reading the comments, isn't it? Just think, if you hadn't spammed brainlessly, you might have found the plain meaning and obvious intention of the comment you reply to as in line with your goals.

    “The post (Steve’s, above the comments) is about hair,”

    Yeah, that’s what I said.

    ” and nothing in the statement you are replying to is about “The Jews.”

    Oh no?

    “He hasn’t realized that his re-capitulating the megillah for the millionth time is self-defeating, and nothing good will come of provoking him.”

    This comment thread, like most here, degenerated into mindless attacks on Jews, with you in the wolf pack.

    Not only are you a liar, you are insane and have rotten short-term memory.

    Fuck you, worthless loser. You’re just jealous of successful Jews, while you endlessly flail about here.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    So doubting a commenter's effectiveness is the same thing as plotting LaRouchian Rothschild connections? That sounds coherent and well-adjusted. Good thing you showed up.
  188. Jack D and Art Deco are the only reasons to read this blog.

    • Replies: @William Badwhite
    You forgot Corvinus, Whiskey, and Tiny Duck. Stop the H8
  189. @Jane Plain
    Amazing... but I guess not.

    There have been two pretty good biographies written about Mr. X, one by a guy named Perry and one by a black intellectual named Manning Marable, and both concluded that Mr. X was a con artist. There isn't much there there.

    Perhaps, but like how Sailer often points out that 1960s “radical revolutionaries” fell for Eldridge Cleaver hard, Malcolm X has his own niche of band-worshipers.

    P.S. I don’t think K-12 students are going to learn about Martin Luther King Jr.’s sexcapades any time soon. His magical essence must be used to close white-black achievement gap as much as possible.

  190. @Jane Plain
    Jack D and Art Deco are the only reasons to read this blog.

    You forgot Corvinus, Whiskey, and Tiny Duck. Stop the H8

    • Replies: @Jane Plain
    Not really, William Smalldick.

    I check this blog occasionally to read their comments because I learn from them. The rest I ignore, although you got my attention for 2 seconds.
  191. @Jane Plain
    "The post (Steve’s, above the comments) is about hair,"

    Yeah, that's what I said.

    " and nothing in the statement you are replying to is about “The Jews."

    Oh no?

    "He hasn’t realized that his re-capitulating the megillah for the millionth time is self-defeating, and nothing good will come of provoking him."

    This comment thread, like most here, degenerated into mindless attacks on Jews, with you in the wolf pack.

    Not only are you a liar, you are insane and have rotten short-term memory.

    Fuck you, worthless loser. You're just jealous of successful Jews, while you endlessly flail about here.

    So doubting a commenter’s effectiveness is the same thing as plotting LaRouchian Rothschild connections? That sounds coherent and well-adjusted. Good thing you showed up.

  192. @William Badwhite
    You forgot Corvinus, Whiskey, and Tiny Duck. Stop the H8

    Not really, William Smalldick.

    I check this blog occasionally to read their comments because I learn from them. The rest I ignore, although you got my attention for 2 seconds.

    • Replies: @William Badwhite
    Shh, men are talking. Now go make me a sandwich.
  193. @Jane Plain
    Not really, William Smalldick.

    I check this blog occasionally to read their comments because I learn from them. The rest I ignore, although you got my attention for 2 seconds.

    Shh, men are talking. Now go make me a sandwich.

  194. @Unladen Swallow
    What's the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?

    Is that an African or a European swallow? I believe it’s 24 mph for a European swallow.

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