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  1. The War on Noticing.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
    I thought pattern recognition indicated a functioning cognitive process. I guess my brain is racist.
  2. Should we say there’s a new “Know Nothing” Movement about in the United States?

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

  3. Can the Hindoo do the times table from 1-12?

    • Replies: @Anon
    He ought to be able to.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindu–Arabic_numeral_system
    , @Paleo Liberal
    They invented the 0.
  4. Pattern recognition is another name for racism and sexism…

    Pattern’s just another name for nothin’ left to lose
    Nothin’, I mean nothin’ honey if it ain’t free
    Yeah feeling good was easy Lord, when he sang the blues
    Pattern recognition was good enough for me
    Good enough for me and my Bobby McGee

    • Replies: @Cortes
    Perhaps if you changed your final line to

    “Good enough for me as chapatis n ghee”

    your place in Bollywood legend would be assured.
  5. • Replies: @Ancient Briton
    I did not know that! (J. Carson)
    , @Neuday
    So if Ignorance is Strength and Diversity is Strength, then Diversity is Ignorance. Two wrongs CAN make a right.
    , @Counterinsurgency
    Right, nice poster. We're living in a world of _1984_ slogans:

    Ignorance is Strength:
    People are divided into moral communities [1] that regard outsiders as profoundly immoral. Since knowledge of immorality is a weakness, ignorance (and intolerance) is strength.

    War is Peace:
    US destabilization of the Middle East prevents the region from waging a more organized and more intense war (the 9/11 argument.)

    Freedom is slavery:
    Postmodernism [2] -> Freedom is a set of cognitive traps, lies that enslave the people in the moral communities described above.

    2+2=5
    Originally a USSR slogan relating to fulfilling the 5 year plan in 4 years. Now it's negative interest rates, quantitative easing, and monetary policy in general.

    Take a look at _Toast_ [3] story "Big Brother Iron" to see what the 1984 society might look like a generation after Winston, when the third generation rot has set in. Looks a lot like ours.

    Counterinsurgency

    1] Kevin McDonald.
    _Individualism and the Western Liberal Tradition_
    2019, free Prime membership book on Amazon.com.

    2] Stephen Hicks.
    Search for term "postmodernism"m videos and books. Hicks has done considerable work in that area.


    3] Charles Stross.
    _Toast_
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toast:_And_Other_Rusted_Futures
    Stross is not a nice man, but sometimes his stories can point out things worth knowing.
  6. Totally unrelated, but of interest. Someone defends Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos.

    https://www.realclearmarkets.com/articles/2019/10/14/elizabeth_holmes_is_a_visionary_and_we_need_more_like_her_103946.html

    Hat tip to Pharyngula.

    • Replies: @res
    The comments mention the article also appeared (then disappeared) in both Forbes and the WaPo. Any idea what is going on here? A full court PR press?

    It seems Tamny is a friend of the family. Given how Holmes is treating her lawyers, I hope if there is any payment involved he got it up front.
    , @Bill
    Wow that's awful. Elizabeth Holmes is just like the Wright Brothers. Except, you know, the Wright Brothers' plane flew, and, uh, they tested it on themselves not on deceived cancer patients. Details, details, when you're changing the world.
    , @interesting
    Can somebody let this fucking idiot know that she is not going to fuck him?

    Seriously, what other explanation could their be for an article like that?
  7. Another way that “the truth is a tireless enemy”. The truth is stable, fighting it is unstable. Try to get clever with it, and it will bite you if mishandled.

    • Replies: @Coag

    Another way that “the truth is a tireless enemy”. The truth is stable, fighting it is unstable. Try to get clever with it, and it will bite you if mishandled.
     
    Nah, the truth is impotent in the face of wild eyed prophets and gurus. Entire civilizations are solidly and complacently established around doctrines like 72 virgins in paradise or karmic reincarnation into castes; heretics flee for their lives. The absolute equality of man is a similarly fanciful notion as an elephant-headed god, yet there is a significant chance it will become a hegemonic mindworm that can’t be dislodged as an object of religious fascination for western man.
  8. Where does this all end?

    • Replies: @El Dato
    I don't know where, but I know how.
  9. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:

    Above-the-fold front-page hair equality story from BBC World:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-50023357

    An image of a child’s fifth birthday celebration wouldn’t normally light up the whole internet so why has one dad’s photo sparked conversations about race and colour-blindness?

    […] But it’s the purple stocking caps on each girl’s head that’s led to people applauding the parents of each child for being “wholesome and inclusive”.

    […] “They were all eating breakfast and, of course it wouldn’t be fair to not put one on Ziva’s hair to protect it. And then it felt like they should all be treated equally, so I put one on Ella’s hair too. I know that generally with a Caucasian child, you can comb their hair and they are good to go, but I thought why not.”

    […] Professor

    Wait for it–

    Rachel Berman from Ryerson University in Toronto is an expert in early childhood development. She said children understand fairness and unfairness and it is important for families to have conversations with their children about race and differences.

    She was intrigued by Mr Boyd’s picture and said: “White culture is so dominant that often people don’t think about when black children go to a white person’s house and what they come across there. But here we have a picture of three young girls wearing durags.”

    • Replies: @Charon
    We're divided here between those of us who think victory is near and those of us who perceive that the insanity is actually intensifying.
    , @Grace Jones
    "Durags"? Oh, they mean do-rags.
    , @Honk Honkler
    Ms Battle took the picture which Mr Boyd then shared - making sure to tag three-year-old Ella's parents - Tom Higgins and Bernard Redmond.

    Tom Higgins and Bernard Redmond.

    Tom Higgins and Bernard Redmond.

    that means they're super woke ...
  10. Will Congress ban the importation of non- politically correct Chinese AI systems ? I imagine the Chinese will be happy to install a dumbed down AI system for the US market

    What penalty will the law impose on the illegal importation of the non-Woke AI software ?

  11. Somehow, certain people will still be able to notice, as long as they don’t mention it.

  12. The key takeaway here is that in black homes it’s not unusual to find … purple stockings. Right next to the size XXXL woman’s acid green stretch pants.

    • LOL: jim jones
    • Replies: @Prester John
    Back in the day my job required me to meet with people at their homes. Often I would meet with black folks. It seems that every one of their homes had pictures of Abraham, Martin--and Bobby (not John).
    , @Pericles
    "No, no, chile, you pull the stocking over you face."
  13. @Reg Cæsar

    Pattern recognition is another name for racism and sexism...
     
    Pattern's just another name for nothin' left to lose
    Nothin', I mean nothin' honey if it ain't free
    Yeah feeling good was easy Lord, when he sang the blues
    Pattern recognition was good enough for me
    Good enough for me and my Bobby McGee

    Perhaps if you changed your final line to

    “Good enough for me as chapatis n ghee”

    your place in Bollywood legend would be assured.

    • LOL: JMcG
    • Replies: @JMcG
    You two are the new Rogers and Hammerstein.
  14. Untreated Mental Illness leading to Horrific Child Abuse is Diversity!

    Poll calls for Piers Morgan to be sacked for ‘dehumanizing’ trans people, he hits back by slamming ‘snowflakes’

    Good Morning Britain, the program he co-presents with Susanna Reid, ran a poll on Tuesday morning in response to the furor with the question: “Should Piers stay or should he go?” The final results showed that only 41 percent of viewers wanted Morgan to stay, while 59 percent were desperate for him to be ditched.

    Morgan had earlier commented on the live poll, urging people to vote and save his job. “Let’s put the snowflakes firmly back in their box,” he exclaimed.

    Following the viewers’ poll, Morgan then went head-to-head with gay journalist Benjamin Butterworth [link inserted], who had signed the petition, over his “100 genders” comment.

    Butterworth fired back: “Being a penguin isn’t a gender, it’s not on the gender spectrum. Nor is, to clarify, being a giraffe, squirrel or elephant.” He argued that young trans and non-binary people who tuned into Morgan’s breakfast show to see their identities being “mocked” could be damaged.

    Morgan’s gripe was probably in reference to a recent BBC Teach video [link inserted], which featured educator Kate Daniels telling pre-teen children: “We know that we have got male and female, but there are over 100, if not more, gender identities now.”

    • Replies: @El Dato
    From transgressive to trans-aggressive:

    https://www.out.com/transgender/2019/8/28/canadian-shelter-excludes-trans-women-was-vandalized

    So if the woman's shelter doesn't accept a bearded monster identifying as "female" (most probably looking for easy hits) it's got to be destroyed.

    “Vancouver Rape Relief and other organizations that are publicly funded are responsible for keeping up the highest standard of inclusion.”
     
    This probably includes free waxing.
    , @Achmed E. Newman
    El Dato, Piers Morgan, the gun-control nut, deserves every bit coming to him. Now he knows how it feels to speak truth to stupidity. Besides, penguins are so cute - there should be a box on the census, at least ...
  15. @El Dato
    Untreated Mental Illness leading to Horrific Child Abuse is Diversity!

    Poll calls for Piers Morgan to be sacked for ‘dehumanizing’ trans people, he hits back by slamming ‘snowflakes’

    Good Morning Britain, the program he co-presents with Susanna Reid, ran a poll on Tuesday morning in response to the furor with the question: “Should Piers stay or should he go?” The final results showed that only 41 percent of viewers wanted Morgan to stay, while 59 percent were desperate for him to be ditched.

    Morgan had earlier commented on the live poll, urging people to vote and save his job. “Let’s put the snowflakes firmly back in their box,” he exclaimed.

     


    Following the viewers’ poll, Morgan then went head-to-head with gay journalist Benjamin Butterworth [link inserted], who had signed the petition, over his “100 genders” comment.

    Butterworth fired back: “Being a penguin isn’t a gender, it’s not on the gender spectrum. Nor is, to clarify, being a giraffe, squirrel or elephant.” He argued that young trans and non-binary people who tuned into Morgan’s breakfast show to see their identities being “mocked” could be damaged.

    Morgan’s gripe was probably in reference to a recent BBC Teach video [link inserted], which featured educator Kate Daniels telling pre-teen children: “We know that we have got male and female, but there are over 100, if not more, gender identities now.”
     

    From transgressive to trans-aggressive:

    https://www.out.com/transgender/2019/8/28/canadian-shelter-excludes-trans-women-was-vandalized

    So if the woman’s shelter doesn’t accept a bearded monster identifying as “female” (most probably looking for easy hits) it’s got to be destroyed.

    “Vancouver Rape Relief and other organizations that are publicly funded are responsible for keeping up the highest standard of inclusion.”

    This probably includes free waxing.

  16. @JimDandy
    Where does this all end?

    I don’t know where, but I know how.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "I don’t know where, but I know how."

    Do tell.
  17. @Anonymous
    Above-the-fold front-page hair equality story from BBC World:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-50023357

    An image of a child's fifth birthday celebration wouldn't normally light up the whole internet so why has one dad's photo sparked conversations about race and colour-blindness?

    [...] But it's the purple stocking caps on each girl's head that's led to people applauding the parents of each child for being "wholesome and inclusive".

    [...] "They were all eating breakfast and, of course it wouldn't be fair to not put one on Ziva's hair to protect it. And then it felt like they should all be treated equally, so I put one on Ella's hair too. I know that generally with a Caucasian child, you can comb their hair and they are good to go, but I thought why not."

    [...] Professor
     
    Wait for it--

    Rachel Berman from Ryerson University in Toronto is an expert in early childhood development. She said children understand fairness and unfairness and it is important for families to have conversations with their children about race and differences.

    She was intrigued by Mr Boyd's picture and said: "White culture is so dominant that often people don't think about when black children go to a white person's house and what they come across there. But here we have a picture of three young girls wearing durags."
     

    We’re divided here between those of us who think victory is near and those of us who perceive that the insanity is actually intensifying.

    • Replies: @dfordoom

    We’re divided here between those of us who think victory is near and those of us who perceive that the insanity is actually intensifying.
     
    "Those of us who are engaged in desperate wishful thinking that victory is near" would be more accurate.
  18. @The Cruncher
    Another way that "the truth is a tireless enemy". The truth is stable, fighting it is unstable. Try to get clever with it, and it will bite you if mishandled.

    Another way that “the truth is a tireless enemy”. The truth is stable, fighting it is unstable. Try to get clever with it, and it will bite you if mishandled.

    Nah, the truth is impotent in the face of wild eyed prophets and gurus. Entire civilizations are solidly and complacently established around doctrines like 72 virgins in paradise or karmic reincarnation into castes; heretics flee for their lives. The absolute equality of man is a similarly fanciful notion as an elephant-headed god, yet there is a significant chance it will become a hegemonic mindworm that can’t be dislodged as an object of religious fascination for western man.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    Nah, the truth is impotent in the face of wild eyed prophets and gurus.
     
    This guy gets it.

    Entire civilizations are solidly and complacently established around doctrines like 72 virgins in paradise
     
    ~1.5 billion of them with more arriving every day....

    karmic reincarnation into castes
     
    ~1.5 billion of them with more arriving every day...

    heretics flee for their lives.
     
    ~1.5 billion of them, swiftly dying out across the globe...

    Well, 2 out of 3 ain't bad...
  19. Isn’t progressivism in a nutshell basically using the power of the state to paper over inconvenient facts about the world?

    Zman has a recent post contemplating whether we are entering another ‘dark age’ in which the left’s superstitions rule over rationality, and I feel he’s onto something. Our overlords in academia, the media, and politics lie constantly in service of their religion and treat dissenters are heretics that must be unpersoned. The only way out of this is enough people (not a majority, just a decent fraction) to be willing to call BS repeatedly and deal with the hate and brickbats.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "Isn’t progressivism in a nutshell basically using the power of the state to paper over inconvenient facts about the world?"

    Isn’t the Alt Right in essentially attempting to justify their own Ivory Concept concepts that lack a Christian foundation which ultimately commands absolute adherence by normies, lest they be labeled "anti-white heretics"?

    Right back at you.

    "Zman has a recent post contemplating whether we are entering another ‘dark age’ in which the left’s superstitions rule over rationality, and I feel he’s onto something."

    I wouldn't rely on him as a font for knowledge. On a past thread, he had claimed that Martin Luther (95 Theses dude) was a pedophile. When I confronted him to provide evidence to the charge, he ran away from it. Perhaps you would be willing to come to his rescue.
    , @Houston 1992
    Other countries such as China , Japan, Russia are not following the US lead in these matters. And as they outcompete the US militarily and economically the looming US defeats will cause the US system to lose credibility and a grand reset may occur
    What am I missing ?
    , @Neuday
    I dunno; sometimes I think Progressivism is Jewish Bolshevism, unveiled after decades of Fabian Socialism. Other times I think Progressivism is, in Thomas Sowell's words, "replacing what works with what sounds good", but that sounds like a result of Feminism, which takes me back to Jewish Bolshevism. Then I ponder whether Progressivism is a result of what Joseph Sobran said:

    "Western man towers over the rest of the world in ways so large as to be almost inexpressible. It's Western exploration, science, and conquest that have revealed the world to itself.
    Other races feel like subjects of Western power long after colonialism, imperialism, and slavery have disappeared.
    The charge of racism puzzles whites who feel not hostility, but only baffled good will, because they don't grasp what it really means: humiliation.
    The white man presents an image of superiority even when he isn't conscious of it.
    And, superiority excites envy.
    Destroying white civilization is the inmost desire of the league of designated victims we call minorities."

    But then who fomented the Communist Revolution in Russia by fueling the resentment and envy among " a league of designated victims"? Jewish Bolshevists.

  20. “Diversity” means we are inherently different based on our race, but recognizing differences based on race makes one a racist.

    The differences that constitute “diversity” are supposed to vanish when the subject of “equality” comes up.

    We are inherently different which supports “diversity”.

    We are inherently NOT different which supports “equality”.

    I’m starting to think that this diversity and equality scheme might be a scam.

  21. @newrouter
    Can the Hindoo do the times table from 1-12?
  22. @Cortes
    Perhaps if you changed your final line to

    “Good enough for me as chapatis n ghee”

    your place in Bollywood legend would be assured.

    You two are the new Rogers and Hammerstein.

  23. @newrouter
    Can the Hindoo do the times table from 1-12?

    They invented the 0.

  24. @anon
    https://shethinkstoomuch.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/ignoranceisstrength.jpg

    I did not know that! (J. Carson)

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    LOL!
  25. @Arclight
    Isn't progressivism in a nutshell basically using the power of the state to paper over inconvenient facts about the world?

    Zman has a recent post contemplating whether we are entering another 'dark age' in which the left's superstitions rule over rationality, and I feel he's onto something. Our overlords in academia, the media, and politics lie constantly in service of their religion and treat dissenters are heretics that must be unpersoned. The only way out of this is enough people (not a majority, just a decent fraction) to be willing to call BS repeatedly and deal with the hate and brickbats.

    “Isn’t progressivism in a nutshell basically using the power of the state to paper over inconvenient facts about the world?”

    Isn’t the Alt Right in essentially attempting to justify their own Ivory Concept concepts that lack a Christian foundation which ultimately commands absolute adherence by normies, lest they be labeled “anti-white heretics”?

    Right back at you.

    “Zman has a recent post contemplating whether we are entering another ‘dark age’ in which the left’s superstitions rule over rationality, and I feel he’s onto something.”

    I wouldn’t rely on him as a font for knowledge. On a past thread, he had claimed that Martin Luther (95 Theses dude) was a pedophile. When I confronted him to provide evidence to the charge, he ran away from it. Perhaps you would be willing to come to his rescue.

    • Replies: @William Badwhite

    When I confronted him to provide evidence to the charge, he ran away from it.
     
    Translated, he ignored you as the obnoxious blockhead you are, as does most everyone (me excepted, but just now).
  26. @El Dato
    I don't know where, but I know how.

    “I don’t know where, but I know how.”

    Do tell.

    • Replies: @Camlost
    Curryvinus is still floating around the alt-right making up craziness, I see.
    , @Tex
    Try "In tears." It's something of a cliche, thus one need not spell it out. Unless of course one's interlocutor is being obtuse.
  27. @AKAHorace
    Totally unrelated, but of interest. Someone defends Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos.

    https://www.realclearmarkets.com/articles/2019/10/14/elizabeth_holmes_is_a_visionary_and_we_need_more_like_her_103946.html


    Hat tip to Pharyngula.

    The comments mention the article also appeared (then disappeared) in both Forbes and the WaPo. Any idea what is going on here? A full court PR press?

    It seems Tamny is a friend of the family. Given how Holmes is treating her lawyers, I hope if there is any payment involved he got it up front.

  28. @anon
    https://shethinkstoomuch.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/ignoranceisstrength.jpg

    So if Ignorance is Strength and Diversity is Strength, then Diversity is Ignorance. Two wrongs CAN make a right.

  29. @Arclight
    Isn't progressivism in a nutshell basically using the power of the state to paper over inconvenient facts about the world?

    Zman has a recent post contemplating whether we are entering another 'dark age' in which the left's superstitions rule over rationality, and I feel he's onto something. Our overlords in academia, the media, and politics lie constantly in service of their religion and treat dissenters are heretics that must be unpersoned. The only way out of this is enough people (not a majority, just a decent fraction) to be willing to call BS repeatedly and deal with the hate and brickbats.

    Other countries such as China , Japan, Russia are not following the US lead in these matters. And as they outcompete the US militarily and economically the looming US defeats will cause the US system to lose credibility and a grand reset may occur
    What am I missing ?

  30. @Arclight
    Isn't progressivism in a nutshell basically using the power of the state to paper over inconvenient facts about the world?

    Zman has a recent post contemplating whether we are entering another 'dark age' in which the left's superstitions rule over rationality, and I feel he's onto something. Our overlords in academia, the media, and politics lie constantly in service of their religion and treat dissenters are heretics that must be unpersoned. The only way out of this is enough people (not a majority, just a decent fraction) to be willing to call BS repeatedly and deal with the hate and brickbats.

    I dunno; sometimes I think Progressivism is Jewish Bolshevism, unveiled after decades of Fabian Socialism. Other times I think Progressivism is, in Thomas Sowell’s words, “replacing what works with what sounds good”, but that sounds like a result of Feminism, which takes me back to Jewish Bolshevism. Then I ponder whether Progressivism is a result of what Joseph Sobran said:

    “Western man towers over the rest of the world in ways so large as to be almost inexpressible. It’s Western exploration, science, and conquest that have revealed the world to itself.
    Other races feel like subjects of Western power long after colonialism, imperialism, and slavery have disappeared.
    The charge of racism puzzles whites who feel not hostility, but only baffled good will, because they don’t grasp what it really means: humiliation.
    The white man presents an image of superiority even when he isn’t conscious of it.
    And, superiority excites envy.
    Destroying white civilization is the inmost desire of the league of designated victims we call minorities.”

    But then who fomented the Communist Revolution in Russia by fueling the resentment and envy among ” a league of designated victims”? Jewish Bolshevists.

    • Replies: @Prester John
    Ahh, the great Joe Sobran. Still miss Joe. Taken from us too soon. Talk about getting screwed, blued and tattooed by your own people (referring, of course, to Buckley and NR). Then again, he was his own man who spoke and wrote his mind. And it cost him.
    , @Anonymous
    I don't think that's true though. We make fun of the Afrocentrists and their beliefs, but pretty much every non-Euro group believes that their ancestors were central to creation of modern civilization. They don't feel inferior to whites at all.
    , @dfordoom

    I dunno; sometimes I think Progressivism is Jewish Bolshevism, unveiled after decades of Fabian Socialism. Other times I think Progressivism is, in Thomas Sowell’s words, “replacing what works with what sounds good”
     
    Isn't Progressivism just a mutated form of Christianity? Christianity without the God stuff.

    Not just Progressivism. Socialism and even communism are pretty much secular Christianity.

    But that would mean we should start talking about Christian Bolshevism. And maybe we should. Bolshevism certainly seems a lot more Christian than Jewish.
  31. @Corvinus
    "Isn’t progressivism in a nutshell basically using the power of the state to paper over inconvenient facts about the world?"

    Isn’t the Alt Right in essentially attempting to justify their own Ivory Concept concepts that lack a Christian foundation which ultimately commands absolute adherence by normies, lest they be labeled "anti-white heretics"?

    Right back at you.

    "Zman has a recent post contemplating whether we are entering another ‘dark age’ in which the left’s superstitions rule over rationality, and I feel he’s onto something."

    I wouldn't rely on him as a font for knowledge. On a past thread, he had claimed that Martin Luther (95 Theses dude) was a pedophile. When I confronted him to provide evidence to the charge, he ran away from it. Perhaps you would be willing to come to his rescue.

    When I confronted him to provide evidence to the charge, he ran away from it.

    Translated, he ignored you as the obnoxious blockhead you are, as does most everyone (me excepted, but just now).

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "Translated, he ignored you as the obnoxious blockhead you are, as does most everyone (me excepted, but just now)."

    The only one being obnoxious is a man who states, without a shred of proof, that a prominent religious figure was diddling young boys and/or girls....as well as a man who allows such accusations to not be properly vetted, like yourself.
  32. @AKAHorace
    Totally unrelated, but of interest. Someone defends Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos.

    https://www.realclearmarkets.com/articles/2019/10/14/elizabeth_holmes_is_a_visionary_and_we_need_more_like_her_103946.html


    Hat tip to Pharyngula.

    Wow that’s awful. Elizabeth Holmes is just like the Wright Brothers. Except, you know, the Wright Brothers’ plane flew, and, uh, they tested it on themselves not on deceived cancer patients. Details, details, when you’re changing the world.

  33. @Ancient Briton
    I did not know that! (J. Carson)

    LOL!

  34. @William Badwhite

    When I confronted him to provide evidence to the charge, he ran away from it.
     
    Translated, he ignored you as the obnoxious blockhead you are, as does most everyone (me excepted, but just now).

    “Translated, he ignored you as the obnoxious blockhead you are, as does most everyone (me excepted, but just now).”

    The only one being obnoxious is a man who states, without a shred of proof, that a prominent religious figure was diddling young boys and/or girls….as well as a man who allows such accusations to not be properly vetted, like yourself.

  35. @El Dato
    Untreated Mental Illness leading to Horrific Child Abuse is Diversity!

    Poll calls for Piers Morgan to be sacked for ‘dehumanizing’ trans people, he hits back by slamming ‘snowflakes’

    Good Morning Britain, the program he co-presents with Susanna Reid, ran a poll on Tuesday morning in response to the furor with the question: “Should Piers stay or should he go?” The final results showed that only 41 percent of viewers wanted Morgan to stay, while 59 percent were desperate for him to be ditched.

    Morgan had earlier commented on the live poll, urging people to vote and save his job. “Let’s put the snowflakes firmly back in their box,” he exclaimed.

     


    Following the viewers’ poll, Morgan then went head-to-head with gay journalist Benjamin Butterworth [link inserted], who had signed the petition, over his “100 genders” comment.

    Butterworth fired back: “Being a penguin isn’t a gender, it’s not on the gender spectrum. Nor is, to clarify, being a giraffe, squirrel or elephant.” He argued that young trans and non-binary people who tuned into Morgan’s breakfast show to see their identities being “mocked” could be damaged.

    Morgan’s gripe was probably in reference to a recent BBC Teach video [link inserted], which featured educator Kate Daniels telling pre-teen children: “We know that we have got male and female, but there are over 100, if not more, gender identities now.”
     

    El Dato, Piers Morgan, the gun-control nut, deserves every bit coming to him. Now he knows how it feels to speak truth to stupidity. Besides, penguins are so cute – there should be a box on the census, at least …

  36. anon[124] • Disclaimer says:

    Steve has totally failed us. He did not create an open comment thread for erudite discussion regarding the latest Democratic party debate. All I have now is Drudge proclaiming Pete Bootygig as a winner, and that’s nothing.

    I’d feel even more cheated if I’d bothered to watch it. But, well, there was the Phillies vs. the Nats and then ‘Married With Children’ reruns so I was not a good citizen last night at all. But I blame Steve, because reasons.

    • Replies: @El Dato

    All I have now is Drudge proclaiming Pete Bootygig as a winner, and that’s nothing.
     
    I, for one, will be distributing weird sex paraphernalia on Halloween!
    , @kaganovitch
    But, well, there was the Phillies vs. the Nats and then ‘Married With Children’ reruns so I was not a good citizen last night at all. But I blame Steve, because reasons.

    Those were the Cardinals, they only played like the Phillies.
    , @Harry Baldwin
    One takeaway from the latest Dem debate: the candidates were asked to name a surprising friend, and two of them--Klobuchar and Biden--said John McCain. Not surprising at all! John McCain was a scourge of conservatives and a friend of liberals everywhere. But hey--POW! That was enough to hoodwink the citizens of Arizona.
  37. @Laurence Whelk
    The War on Noticing.

    I thought pattern recognition indicated a functioning cognitive process. I guess my brain is racist.

  38. @Anon
    The key takeaway here is that in black homes it's not unusual to find ... purple stockings. Right next to the size XXXL woman's acid green stretch pants.

    Back in the day my job required me to meet with people at their homes. Often I would meet with black folks. It seems that every one of their homes had pictures of Abraham, Martin–and Bobby (not John).

  39. @Neuday
    I dunno; sometimes I think Progressivism is Jewish Bolshevism, unveiled after decades of Fabian Socialism. Other times I think Progressivism is, in Thomas Sowell's words, "replacing what works with what sounds good", but that sounds like a result of Feminism, which takes me back to Jewish Bolshevism. Then I ponder whether Progressivism is a result of what Joseph Sobran said:

    "Western man towers over the rest of the world in ways so large as to be almost inexpressible. It's Western exploration, science, and conquest that have revealed the world to itself.
    Other races feel like subjects of Western power long after colonialism, imperialism, and slavery have disappeared.
    The charge of racism puzzles whites who feel not hostility, but only baffled good will, because they don't grasp what it really means: humiliation.
    The white man presents an image of superiority even when he isn't conscious of it.
    And, superiority excites envy.
    Destroying white civilization is the inmost desire of the league of designated victims we call minorities."

    But then who fomented the Communist Revolution in Russia by fueling the resentment and envy among " a league of designated victims"? Jewish Bolshevists.

    Ahh, the great Joe Sobran. Still miss Joe. Taken from us too soon. Talk about getting screwed, blued and tattooed by your own people (referring, of course, to Buckley and NR). Then again, he was his own man who spoke and wrote his mind. And it cost him.

    • Replies: @sayless
    I still miss Joe Sobran too.
    , @Harry Baldwin
    I was a great fan of Sobran, but highly disappointed that he couldn't understand the centrality of the immigration issue. In his newsletter, to which I subscribed, he wrote that he couldn't picture Jesus standing at the border telling Mexicans they couldn't come in. I can't picture that either, but I also couldn't picture Jesus busting a meth lab and shooting it out with the narcos. Jesus can't handle everything.
  40. @AKAHorace
    Totally unrelated, but of interest. Someone defends Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos.

    https://www.realclearmarkets.com/articles/2019/10/14/elizabeth_holmes_is_a_visionary_and_we_need_more_like_her_103946.html


    Hat tip to Pharyngula.

    Can somebody let this fucking idiot know that she is not going to fuck him?

    Seriously, what other explanation could their be for an article like that?

  41. @Neuday
    I dunno; sometimes I think Progressivism is Jewish Bolshevism, unveiled after decades of Fabian Socialism. Other times I think Progressivism is, in Thomas Sowell's words, "replacing what works with what sounds good", but that sounds like a result of Feminism, which takes me back to Jewish Bolshevism. Then I ponder whether Progressivism is a result of what Joseph Sobran said:

    "Western man towers over the rest of the world in ways so large as to be almost inexpressible. It's Western exploration, science, and conquest that have revealed the world to itself.
    Other races feel like subjects of Western power long after colonialism, imperialism, and slavery have disappeared.
    The charge of racism puzzles whites who feel not hostility, but only baffled good will, because they don't grasp what it really means: humiliation.
    The white man presents an image of superiority even when he isn't conscious of it.
    And, superiority excites envy.
    Destroying white civilization is the inmost desire of the league of designated victims we call minorities."

    But then who fomented the Communist Revolution in Russia by fueling the resentment and envy among " a league of designated victims"? Jewish Bolshevists.

    I don’t think that’s true though. We make fun of the Afrocentrists and their beliefs, but pretty much every non-Euro group believes that their ancestors were central to creation of modern civilization. They don’t feel inferior to whites at all.

    • Replies: @Neuday
    The question was about Progressivism. Only Western Civilization is blessed with Progressivism. Why is that? My comment stands.
  42. Actually, I guess Mr. Tough is talking of the high school years, not the college years, as htose that make or break us. It seems he thinks getting into the right college is all that matters—what you do there does not, or at least is independent of your own efforts.

  43. @Corvinus
    "I don’t know where, but I know how."

    Do tell.

    Curryvinus is still floating around the alt-right making up craziness, I see.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "Curryvinus is still floating around the alt-right making up craziness, I see."

    No, just offering sobering reality. Some day you will wake up.
  44. @Corvinus
    "I don’t know where, but I know how."

    Do tell.

    Try “In tears.” It’s something of a cliche, thus one need not spell it out. Unless of course one’s interlocutor is being obtuse.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "It’s something of a cliche, thus one need not spell it out. Unless of course one’s interlocutor is being obtuse."

    Indeed, El Dato is being obtuse. Hence, my request for him to specify what he means.
  45. @Anon
    The key takeaway here is that in black homes it's not unusual to find ... purple stockings. Right next to the size XXXL woman's acid green stretch pants.

    “No, no, chile, you pull the stocking over you face.”

  46. RT is now HuffPo:

    Making a monster: How a racist, patriarchal system allowed serial killer Samuel Little to flourish

    Considering how survivors of his brutality were treated, it’s perhaps not surprising that many of his victims’ deaths were originally ruled overdoses or attributed to accidental or undetermined causes. It may not surprise us, but it should revolt us. The fact that almost all, if not all of his victims presented as women casts a dark shadow on the value of women in our judicial and social systems. The fact that most of his victims were also women of color and women of color who were sex workers only further highlights the disgusting racist and patriarchal pillars of those systems.

    Complete social breakdown in the ghetto allows Mr. Lustmord to go on rampage for which law enforcement pattern recognition is not attuned enough to pick it up. All these fancy crime investigation TV series: not about reality.

    But is this a new call for up-policing? I really don’t know anymore.

    • Replies: @William Badwhite
    She refers to herself as a "prison abolitionist" and writes "the need for accountability and separation of serial killers and rapists from society, and the call to abolish prisons are not mutually exclusive demands". Umm yes they are.

    Also "According to the CDC, black women are killed at a rate of 4.4 per 100,000 people, while white women are killed at a rate of 1.5 per 100,000 people". Eleanor, these black women are mostly killed by the black men that you don't think should be in prison.

    She seems a bit off. Then I looked for her picture:

    http://www.indie-music.com/ee/themes/site_themes/dailyedition/images/uploads/eleanorgoldfield-no-550.jpg

  47. @anon
    Steve has totally failed us. He did not create an open comment thread for erudite discussion regarding the latest Democratic party debate. All I have now is Drudge proclaiming Pete Bootygig as a winner, and that's nothing.

    I'd feel even more cheated if I'd bothered to watch it. But, well, there was the Phillies vs. the Nats and then 'Married With Children' reruns so I was not a good citizen last night at all. But I blame Steve, because reasons.

    All I have now is Drudge proclaiming Pete Bootygig as a winner, and that’s nothing.

    I, for one, will be distributing weird sex paraphernalia on Halloween!

  48. @El Dato
    RT is now HuffPo:

    Making a monster: How a racist, patriarchal system allowed serial killer Samuel Little to flourish

    Considering how survivors of his brutality were treated, it’s perhaps not surprising that many of his victims’ deaths were originally ruled overdoses or attributed to accidental or undetermined causes. It may not surprise us, but it should revolt us. The fact that almost all, if not all of his victims presented as women casts a dark shadow on the value of women in our judicial and social systems. The fact that most of his victims were also women of color and women of color who were sex workers only further highlights the disgusting racist and patriarchal pillars of those systems.
     
    Complete social breakdown in the ghetto allows Mr. Lustmord to go on rampage for which law enforcement pattern recognition is not attuned enough to pick it up. All these fancy crime investigation TV series: not about reality.

    But is this a new call for up-policing? I really don't know anymore.

    She refers to herself as a “prison abolitionist” and writes “the need for accountability and separation of serial killers and rapists from society, and the call to abolish prisons are not mutually exclusive demands”. Umm yes they are.

    Also “According to the CDC, black women are killed at a rate of 4.4 per 100,000 people, while white women are killed at a rate of 1.5 per 100,000 people”. Eleanor, these black women are mostly killed by the black men that you don’t think should be in prison.

    She seems a bit off. Then I looked for her picture:

    • Replies: @anon
    “the need for accountability and separation of serial killers and rapists from society, and the call to abolish prisons are not mutually exclusive demands”. Umm yes they are.

    They are not mutually exclusive, but I doubt she would approve of almost immediate execution, either.
    That's how such things were handled for centuries before the "penitentiary" was invented.

    Then I looked for her picture:

    Physiognomy has some truth. Strangely, I'm reminded of a TV star that boomers will remember.

    https://darrellcreswell.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/mr-ed.jpg
  49. @anon
    Steve has totally failed us. He did not create an open comment thread for erudite discussion regarding the latest Democratic party debate. All I have now is Drudge proclaiming Pete Bootygig as a winner, and that's nothing.

    I'd feel even more cheated if I'd bothered to watch it. But, well, there was the Phillies vs. the Nats and then 'Married With Children' reruns so I was not a good citizen last night at all. But I blame Steve, because reasons.

    But, well, there was the Phillies vs. the Nats and then ‘Married With Children’ reruns so I was not a good citizen last night at all. But I blame Steve, because reasons.

    Those were the Cardinals, they only played like the Phillies.

  50. anon[210] • Disclaimer says:
    @William Badwhite
    She refers to herself as a "prison abolitionist" and writes "the need for accountability and separation of serial killers and rapists from society, and the call to abolish prisons are not mutually exclusive demands". Umm yes they are.

    Also "According to the CDC, black women are killed at a rate of 4.4 per 100,000 people, while white women are killed at a rate of 1.5 per 100,000 people". Eleanor, these black women are mostly killed by the black men that you don't think should be in prison.

    She seems a bit off. Then I looked for her picture:

    http://www.indie-music.com/ee/themes/site_themes/dailyedition/images/uploads/eleanorgoldfield-no-550.jpg

    “the need for accountability and separation of serial killers and rapists from society, and the call to abolish prisons are not mutually exclusive demands”. Umm yes they are.

    They are not mutually exclusive, but I doubt she would approve of almost immediate execution, either.
    That’s how such things were handled for centuries before the “penitentiary” was invented.

    Then I looked for her picture:

    Physiognomy has some truth. Strangely, I’m reminded of a TV star that boomers will remember.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Physiognomy has some truth. Strangely, I’m reminded of a TV star that boomers will remember.
     
    Next to a prominent Christian Science official.
  51. @Anonymous
    I don't think that's true though. We make fun of the Afrocentrists and their beliefs, but pretty much every non-Euro group believes that their ancestors were central to creation of modern civilization. They don't feel inferior to whites at all.

    The question was about Progressivism. Only Western Civilization is blessed with Progressivism. Why is that? My comment stands.

  52. @Camlost
    Curryvinus is still floating around the alt-right making up craziness, I see.

    “Curryvinus is still floating around the alt-right making up craziness, I see.”

    No, just offering sobering reality. Some day you will wake up.

  53. @Tex
    Try "In tears." It's something of a cliche, thus one need not spell it out. Unless of course one's interlocutor is being obtuse.

    “It’s something of a cliche, thus one need not spell it out. Unless of course one’s interlocutor is being obtuse.”

    Indeed, El Dato is being obtuse. Hence, my request for him to specify what he means.

  54. @Charon
    We're divided here between those of us who think victory is near and those of us who perceive that the insanity is actually intensifying.

    We’re divided here between those of us who think victory is near and those of us who perceive that the insanity is actually intensifying.

    “Those of us who are engaged in desperate wishful thinking that victory is near” would be more accurate.

    • Agree: Mr McKenna
  55. @Coag

    Another way that “the truth is a tireless enemy”. The truth is stable, fighting it is unstable. Try to get clever with it, and it will bite you if mishandled.
     
    Nah, the truth is impotent in the face of wild eyed prophets and gurus. Entire civilizations are solidly and complacently established around doctrines like 72 virgins in paradise or karmic reincarnation into castes; heretics flee for their lives. The absolute equality of man is a similarly fanciful notion as an elephant-headed god, yet there is a significant chance it will become a hegemonic mindworm that can’t be dislodged as an object of religious fascination for western man.

    Nah, the truth is impotent in the face of wild eyed prophets and gurus.

    This guy gets it.

    Entire civilizations are solidly and complacently established around doctrines like 72 virgins in paradise

    ~1.5 billion of them with more arriving every day….

    karmic reincarnation into castes

    ~1.5 billion of them with more arriving every day…

    heretics flee for their lives.

    ~1.5 billion of them, swiftly dying out across the globe…

    Well, 2 out of 3 ain’t bad…

  56. @Neuday
    I dunno; sometimes I think Progressivism is Jewish Bolshevism, unveiled after decades of Fabian Socialism. Other times I think Progressivism is, in Thomas Sowell's words, "replacing what works with what sounds good", but that sounds like a result of Feminism, which takes me back to Jewish Bolshevism. Then I ponder whether Progressivism is a result of what Joseph Sobran said:

    "Western man towers over the rest of the world in ways so large as to be almost inexpressible. It's Western exploration, science, and conquest that have revealed the world to itself.
    Other races feel like subjects of Western power long after colonialism, imperialism, and slavery have disappeared.
    The charge of racism puzzles whites who feel not hostility, but only baffled good will, because they don't grasp what it really means: humiliation.
    The white man presents an image of superiority even when he isn't conscious of it.
    And, superiority excites envy.
    Destroying white civilization is the inmost desire of the league of designated victims we call minorities."

    But then who fomented the Communist Revolution in Russia by fueling the resentment and envy among " a league of designated victims"? Jewish Bolshevists.

    I dunno; sometimes I think Progressivism is Jewish Bolshevism, unveiled after decades of Fabian Socialism. Other times I think Progressivism is, in Thomas Sowell’s words, “replacing what works with what sounds good”

    Isn’t Progressivism just a mutated form of Christianity? Christianity without the God stuff.

    Not just Progressivism. Socialism and even communism are pretty much secular Christianity.

    But that would mean we should start talking about Christian Bolshevism. And maybe we should. Bolshevism certainly seems a lot more Christian than Jewish.

  57. @Anonymous
    Above-the-fold front-page hair equality story from BBC World:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-50023357

    An image of a child's fifth birthday celebration wouldn't normally light up the whole internet so why has one dad's photo sparked conversations about race and colour-blindness?

    [...] But it's the purple stocking caps on each girl's head that's led to people applauding the parents of each child for being "wholesome and inclusive".

    [...] "They were all eating breakfast and, of course it wouldn't be fair to not put one on Ziva's hair to protect it. And then it felt like they should all be treated equally, so I put one on Ella's hair too. I know that generally with a Caucasian child, you can comb their hair and they are good to go, but I thought why not."

    [...] Professor
     
    Wait for it--

    Rachel Berman from Ryerson University in Toronto is an expert in early childhood development. She said children understand fairness and unfairness and it is important for families to have conversations with their children about race and differences.

    She was intrigued by Mr Boyd's picture and said: "White culture is so dominant that often people don't think about when black children go to a white person's house and what they come across there. But here we have a picture of three young girls wearing durags."
     

    “Durags”? Oh, they mean do-rags.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    “Durags”? Oh, they mean do-rags.
     
    Or hodags?


    https://11pt5z46nuudt9qxx2knwgff-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/hodag-759x500.jpg

    http://explorerhinelander.com/gohodags/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/what-is-a-hodag.png

  58. Steve Sailer posting Nick Land tweets…this *is* the cyber-future I’ve always dreamed of!

  59. Old CW: Racism and sexism are caused by ignorance.
    New CW: Racism and sexism are cured by ignorance.

    Old definition: Bigotry is a closed mind.
    New definition: Bigotry is an open mind.

    • Agree: HammerJack
  60. @Grace Jones
    "Durags"? Oh, they mean do-rags.

    “Durags”? Oh, they mean do-rags.

    Or hodags?

  61. @anon
    “the need for accountability and separation of serial killers and rapists from society, and the call to abolish prisons are not mutually exclusive demands”. Umm yes they are.

    They are not mutually exclusive, but I doubt she would approve of almost immediate execution, either.
    That's how such things were handled for centuries before the "penitentiary" was invented.

    Then I looked for her picture:

    Physiognomy has some truth. Strangely, I'm reminded of a TV star that boomers will remember.

    https://darrellcreswell.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/mr-ed.jpg

    Physiognomy has some truth. Strangely, I’m reminded of a TV star that boomers will remember.

    Next to a prominent Christian Science official.

    • Replies: @Haruto Rat
    There is an old Soviet urban legend about some newspaper folks losing their jobs over a caption:

    Comrade Khrushchev (left) visiting a pig farm
     
  62. @anon
    https://shethinkstoomuch.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/ignoranceisstrength.jpg

    Right, nice poster. We’re living in a world of _1984_ slogans:

    Ignorance is Strength:
    People are divided into moral communities [1] that regard outsiders as profoundly immoral. Since knowledge of immorality is a weakness, ignorance (and intolerance) is strength.

    War is Peace:
    US destabilization of the Middle East prevents the region from waging a more organized and more intense war (the 9/11 argument.)

    Freedom is slavery:
    Postmodernism [2] -> Freedom is a set of cognitive traps, lies that enslave the people in the moral communities described above.

    2+2=5
    Originally a USSR slogan relating to fulfilling the 5 year plan in 4 years. Now it’s negative interest rates, quantitative easing, and monetary policy in general.

    Take a look at _Toast_ [3] story “Big Brother Iron” to see what the 1984 society might look like a generation after Winston, when the third generation rot has set in. Looks a lot like ours.

    Counterinsurgency

    1] Kevin McDonald.
    _Individualism and the Western Liberal Tradition_
    2019, free Prime membership book on Amazon.com.

    2] Stephen Hicks.
    Search for term “postmodernism”m videos and books. Hicks has done considerable work in that area.

    3] Charles Stross.
    _Toast_
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toast:_And_Other_Rusted_Futures
    Stross is not a nice man, but sometimes his stories can point out things worth knowing.

  63. @Anonymous
    Above-the-fold front-page hair equality story from BBC World:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-50023357

    An image of a child's fifth birthday celebration wouldn't normally light up the whole internet so why has one dad's photo sparked conversations about race and colour-blindness?

    [...] But it's the purple stocking caps on each girl's head that's led to people applauding the parents of each child for being "wholesome and inclusive".

    [...] "They were all eating breakfast and, of course it wouldn't be fair to not put one on Ziva's hair to protect it. And then it felt like they should all be treated equally, so I put one on Ella's hair too. I know that generally with a Caucasian child, you can comb their hair and they are good to go, but I thought why not."

    [...] Professor
     
    Wait for it--

    Rachel Berman from Ryerson University in Toronto is an expert in early childhood development. She said children understand fairness and unfairness and it is important for families to have conversations with their children about race and differences.

    She was intrigued by Mr Boyd's picture and said: "White culture is so dominant that often people don't think about when black children go to a white person's house and what they come across there. But here we have a picture of three young girls wearing durags."
     

    Ms Battle took the picture which Mr Boyd then shared – making sure to tag three-year-old Ella’s parents – Tom Higgins and Bernard Redmond.

    Tom Higgins and Bernard Redmond.

    Tom Higgins and Bernard Redmond.

    that means they’re super woke …

  64. @Reg Cæsar

    Physiognomy has some truth. Strangely, I’m reminded of a TV star that boomers will remember.
     
    Next to a prominent Christian Science official.

    There is an old Soviet urban legend about some newspaper folks losing their jobs over a caption:

    Comrade Khrushchev (left) visiting a pig farm

  65. @Prester John
    Ahh, the great Joe Sobran. Still miss Joe. Taken from us too soon. Talk about getting screwed, blued and tattooed by your own people (referring, of course, to Buckley and NR). Then again, he was his own man who spoke and wrote his mind. And it cost him.

    I still miss Joe Sobran too.

  66. @anon
    Steve has totally failed us. He did not create an open comment thread for erudite discussion regarding the latest Democratic party debate. All I have now is Drudge proclaiming Pete Bootygig as a winner, and that's nothing.

    I'd feel even more cheated if I'd bothered to watch it. But, well, there was the Phillies vs. the Nats and then 'Married With Children' reruns so I was not a good citizen last night at all. But I blame Steve, because reasons.

    One takeaway from the latest Dem debate: the candidates were asked to name a surprising friend, and two of them–Klobuchar and Biden–said John McCain. Not surprising at all! John McCain was a scourge of conservatives and a friend of liberals everywhere. But hey–POW! That was enough to hoodwink the citizens of Arizona.

  67. @Prester John
    Ahh, the great Joe Sobran. Still miss Joe. Taken from us too soon. Talk about getting screwed, blued and tattooed by your own people (referring, of course, to Buckley and NR). Then again, he was his own man who spoke and wrote his mind. And it cost him.

    I was a great fan of Sobran, but highly disappointed that he couldn’t understand the centrality of the immigration issue. In his newsletter, to which I subscribed, he wrote that he couldn’t picture Jesus standing at the border telling Mexicans they couldn’t come in. I can’t picture that either, but I also couldn’t picture Jesus busting a meth lab and shooting it out with the narcos. Jesus can’t handle everything.

  68. OT:

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