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From the New York Times:

Advertisers Flee Tucker Carlson’s Fox News Show After He Derides Immigrants

Tucker Carlson said last week on the air that allowing undocumented immigrants into the United States “makes our own country poorer and dirtier and more divided.”

By Sapna Maheshwari
Dec. 18, 2018

The Fox News host Tucker Carlson has lost advertisers after saying on the air last week that allowing certain immigrants into the United States “makes our own country poorer and dirtier and more divided.”

By Tuesday, 11 companies — including IHOP and TD Ameritrade — said they would stop advertising on his prime-time show, “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

Mr. Carlson made the comments at the start of his Thursday program, during which he discussed the arrival of Central American immigrants in Tijuana, Mexico. In those opening remarks, he mocked those who believe “we have a moral obligation to accept the world’s poor.”

What Carlson actually said was:

“It’s obvious that we need more scientists and skilled engineers, but that’s not what we’re getting. Instead, we’re getting waves of people with high school educations or less. Nice people. No one doubts that. But as an economic matter, this is insane. It’s indefensible, so nobody even tries to defend it. Instead, our leaders demand that you shut up and accept this. We have a moral obligation to admit the world’s poor they tell us, even if it makes our own country poorer, dirtier and more divided.”

Back to Sapna Maheshwari reporting for the New York Times about how pressure groups are trying to get Fox “to shut up and accept this.”

His rhetoric prompted Pacific Life Insurance to say on Friday that it would not advertise on the show in the coming weeks, adding, “As a company, we strongly disagree with Mr. Carlson’s statements.”

On Monday’s program, Mr. Carlson reiterated his remarks and accused liberal opponents of trying to silence him by calling for an advertiser boycott.

By Tuesday, more companies — including NerdWallet, Minted and Ancestry.com — had announced that they would not advertise on his show. …

A Fox News spokeswoman said the network would not lose revenue, because commercials for the companies will simply air on other Fox News shows. …

Mr. Carlson has long made derisive comments about immigration and diversity. At the start of the year, he questioned whether diversity was divisive.

Nooooooooooooo! Don’t say that. Diversity is what unites us.

In August and September, he claimed that immigration was destroying a thriving middle class in California and accused illegal immigrants of producing “a huge amount of litter.”

As I wrote in my recent review of Carlson’s bestselling book Ship of Fools:

A fly fisherman, Carlson is happy to admit that 1970s environmentalists did wonders for cleaning up polluted rivers. And, he points out, the famous 1971 “crying Indian” TV commercial persuaded Americans to be ashamed of littering.

Today, however, environmentalists have lost interest in down-to-earth issues like littering and would never dream of being so racist as to try to shame picnicking illegal immigrants into picking up their used disposable diapers. Now when Carlson goes fishing in the Potomac, the water is clean but the banks are filthy.

The correlation between Latino immigrants and litter is completely obvious but it doesn’t seem to exist in the hive mind. For instance, when I drove along the border in Arizona in 2003, I could trace illegal alien pathways back to holes in the 4 foot ball border fence by the string of garbage they’d dumped.

But if I google the alliterative phrase “Latino littering,” Google finds all of 26 pages on the entire web. The first half dozen are by me.

What kind of unAmerican Communist is Carlson to not believe the 84 Lumber Super Bowl commercial about how undocumented border crossers pick up all the trash that environment-hating Americans strew:

 
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  1. Flip says:

    Can we run him for president?

    • Agree: Kevin O'Keeffe
    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  2. Buddwing says:

    Note that Carlson did not say what they say he said. They say he said two things:

    a) he said “allowing certain immigrants into the United States ‘makes our own country poorer and dirtier and more divided.’”

    b) “he mocked those who believe ‘we have a moral obligation to accept the world’s poor.’”

    What he actually said was the following:

    “We have a moral obligation to admit the world’s poor, they tell us, even if it makes our own country poorer, dirtier, and more divided.”

    I don’t know how many McArdles this is from something that can be said on television, but it is certainly a fair number. So how many McArdles in a Carlson?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @AnotherDad
  3. Not just Mexicans either. Indians are quite prolific at the littering game. For them, dumping trash in waterways is part of their religion. The Times even reported on it, back when they weren’t 100% fake news.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/22/nyregion/hindus-find-a-ganges-in-queens-to-park-rangers-dismay.html

  4. Victor Davis Hanson’s book Mexifornia noted the littering habits of Hispanics.

    • Replies: @Marty
    , @Corn
  5. istevefan says:

    I really admire the other side for the way they can organize a boycott at the drop of a hat. Our side seems to have an aversion to boycotts. Even when Keurig dropped their advertising on Hannity’ show due to a left-wing boycott, Sean implored his audience not to take it out on Keurig. Rather he gave away some free Keurig machines. We need to adopt the tactics of the other side. We have a lot of economic power that could be utilized.

    Think about when blacks (12%) or gays (2%) threaten to boycott. The business caves almost immediately. Well we clearly have a lot more than 2% or 12% of the population. If we could harness that into an organized boycott to target specific companies, we could make a material impact.

  6. Reassuring to know that the highest echelons of society are riddled with cowards, three deep.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  7. Thomm says:

    The correlation between Latino immigrants and litter is completely obvious but it doesn’t seem to exist in the hive mind.

    Don’t tell Ron Unz.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    , @Federalist
  8. Dolores Park Behavioral Security Deposit

    https://fs18.formsite.com/sfrpsurvey2/doloresapplication/index.html

    From 2011. I don’t know if this was ever implemented. Clearly, it wouldn’t have been necessary for the people in the photograph accompanying the article.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  9. rexl says:

    Of all the shows to boycott, Tucker Carlson’s seems to be rather innocent.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
  10. Ibound1 says:

    OT: NY Times publishes Op-Ed which opines that the extinction of the entire human race would be a good thing. It would prevent climate change.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/17/opinion/human-extinction-climate-change.html

    These people really are mentally ill.

    • Agree: Kaganovitch
    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
  11. Rob McX says:
    @istevefan

    Think about when blacks (12%) or gays (2%) threaten to boycott. The business caves almost immediately. Well we clearly have a lot more than 2% or 12% of the population. If we could harness that into an organized boycott to target specific companies, we could make a material impact.

    There is huge potential in boycotting, when you consider that whites are a majority. The problem is that the concept of thinking as a group and defending their interests is alien to them. This isn’t accidental, of course. The same power structure that unifies minorities makes it taboo for whites to think as a race. Even if a small minority of them tried to put pressure on some media outlet, you’d see headlines like “Hate Group Threatens Broadcaster”, etc.

    • Agree: ben tillman
    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
  12. Hail says: • Website

    if I google the alliterative phrase “Latino littering,” Google finds all of 26 pages on the entire web. The first half dozen are by me.

    “Hispanic littering” gets fifty.

    One of the top results is a July 2017 article called “Exploring the ‘Green’ Racism of Ann Coulter”:

    Coulter’s approach to the topic of race and the environment revives and promulgates old clichés of the immigrant [….] In evaluating the impact of Coulter’s racist propaganda, the term ‘weaponized lies’ is most appropriate (Levitin 2017).

    Author: Dr. Frank Houghton, at the time of writing Chair of the Department of Public Health at Eastern Washington University in Spokane. He is from Ireland.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Thea
  13. @Neil Templeton

    They’re not the cowards. You are.

    They dictate. You take it.

  14. Anonymous[376] • Disclaimer says:

    The Murdoch dad/sons made a deal with Trump, right? Really what is Trump w/o Fox pm lineup?

    Kushners mediated a deal/truce. Murdoch family not MAGA at all. Trump moved left to preserve Fox coverage. But now everyone smells weakness. Blood in the water.

    Expect the primetime lineup of Tucker/Hannity/Ingraham to be gone by 2020. Trump’s a pussy who let McConnell rape him over and over again.

    And then there is that Kushner magic spell (Saudi Arabia, Israel, Syria, Iraq, Afghan). Too bad it makes the base vomit.

    Trump killed maga of course. You knew it in September when he wouldn’t shut up about bringing all the new workers in to fill the new jobs. After 30 years the working class finally gets a tiny pay raise and immediately Trump won’t shut up about the workers we need to bring in! Sick fuck liar from hell.

    MAGA DIED AUTUMN 2018

    • Agree: Bill Jones
    • Troll: IHTG
  15. …allowing certain immigrants into the United States “makes our own country poorer and dirtier and more divided.”

    On the upside, you can hire them for next-to-nothing to pick it all up.

    Littering is job security for the boys.

    • LOL: Dtbb
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  16. songbird says:

    Environmentalism seems to be like a tribal activity to promote group consciousness or social unity. Sort of like an Aztec ceremony to the Sun god Quetzelcoatl. It is about motions more than results.

    Immigration is about forming coalitions and growing the tribe. Probably more useful than a tribal ceremony, esp. if the ceremony still takes place. So, it is no wonder it takes precedence.

    • Agree: Thea
  17. OT:
    How is this different from what the Chinese are doing to the Xinjiang Muslims?
    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/couple-who-named-baby-after-hitler-sentenced-involvement-illegal-far-n949351
    It seems to me that in both cases, bureaucratic totalitarianism is destroying real families following what is genuine religious belief. My sense is that almost any religious belief, no matter how misguided, is better than trusting the bureaucracy.
    My sense is that Islam is not such a good religion, but better than authoritarian hedonism, and “Nazism”… well… I think there really were “Nazis” that did horrible stuff, like Joseph Mengele. I see no sign that this family is mutilating children, but it is easy for anyone on the internet to find who is doing just that.

    • Replies: @Hail
    , @Inquiring Mind
  18. @Hail

    Author: Dr. Frank Houghton, at the time of writing Chair of the Department of Public Health at Eastern Washington University in Spokane. He is from Ireland.

    The Mexico of Europe.

  19. anon[745] • Disclaimer says:

    “There is huge potential in boycotting, when you consider that whites are a majority. The problem is that the concept of thinking as a group and defending their interests is alien to them.”

    Whites don’t even need to do that. Conservatives alone possess enough numbers to successfully boycott MSNBC’s advertisers for their myriad Russia gate propaganda. We could probably put CNN out of business the next time they say something racist. Unfortunately, conservatives are short-sighted, uncreative, disorganized, easily deceived, and beholden to corporatist dogma that prevents them from attacking “muh free market.”

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    , @Ragno
  20. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s obvious that we need more scientists and skilled engineers, but that’s not what we’re getting.

    Do we? Or do we need more Americans majoring in those fields instead of so many nonsense fields with no use whatsoever for anyone? If US needs more people with real skills, how about getting rid of nonsense departments in colleges so that MORE people will study something useful and challenging than ‘this studies’ or ‘that studies’ that are about as useful as the Confucian eight-legged essay?
    But the very people who say we need more scientists and engineers will defend all the ‘gender studies’ departments and other such that fill so many minds with goo.

    Besides, if the rest of the world is so backward, why should US be taking all the brains? Should the winning team get the first picks in the draft? No, the worst teams get the first picks. So, the poorest nations should Retain the Brain. And if proggies in the West want to help poorest nations, take your brains there, help people there, and stay there. The hell do I care.

    Advertisers Flee Tucker Carlson’s Fox News Show After He Derides Immigrants

    How about calling for mass boycotts of any company that advertise on news shows that say white Americans suck so bad and should be replaced by immigrant-invaders.
    Mass boycott for any news show that promotes HATE against Russia, Iran, Syria, Palestinians, and etc. We are all human, and it is wrong for the people in the US to promote hatred against other nations.

    And on the subject of ‘did immigrants and their descendants befoul the natural wonders of America?’, just ask this ‘Indian'(or Italindian)?

  21. Anonymous[376] • Disclaimer says:

    I used to care if Fox Trump defenders survived. Not any more not after today. The $10+ billion $BRIBE$ that hit the news Trump admin is sending south of the border is the last straw. It is a nuclear torpedo. Ten billion!!!

    He bribed them with twice the border wall request! And still giant new caravans have formed and are heading north.

    Hey whatever happened to the old caravan? Could it be that they been quietly let into the USA over the past six weeks and word filtered back home to Central America and THAT’S WHY NEW MASSIVE CARAVANS HAVE FORMED?

  22. @Rob McX

    “you’d see headlines like “Hate Group Threatens Broadcaster”, etc.” The group should name itself Love Group for the entertainment value.

  23. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Buddwing

    The left doesn’t accuse, it overwrites. It puts words in your mouth, it dictates your actions to you and them defies you to prove that you hadn’t said that (cf Karl Rove: if you’re explaining, you’re losing). Since there is no comments section and hate speech is deplatformed, they need not fear correction. This is why it is so maddening that our side has no internal loyalty.
    “If Lucy van Pelt accuses Charlie Brown of Nazism, well, that’s evidence enough for me. I don’t want to be associated with someone accused of Nazism, what with Nazi accusation being such a credible and painstaking process.”
    What’s ridiculous in this case though is that Tucker is the Atlas holding Fox News up. It’s like Jeff Flake or Paul Ryan demanding that Republican politicians denounce Trump. I notice also that the boycotters aren’t really boycotting. In the background, the Yellow Vests: creeping normie awareness of what outright lying this all is.

    • Agree: densa
  24. Thomm says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    The Mexico of Europe.

    No. Poland is the Mexico of Europe.

    Ireland is the Puerto Rico of Europe.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @anon
    , @Dube
    , @Mr. Anon
  25. @Desiderius

    Maybe. But if they drop Tucker, I drop cable. Absolutely.

    • Replies: @Steve in Greensboro
  26. Hail says: • Website
    @SporadicMyrmidon

    “These individuals were not simply racist fantasists; we now know they were a dangerous, well-structured organization,” said West Midlands Police chief Matt Ward. “Their aim was to spread neo-Nazi ideology by provoking a race war in the UK and they had spent years acquiring the skills to carry this out.”

    Four other members of the group — Daniel Bogunovic, Darren Fletcher, Joel Wilmore, and Nathan Pryke — were also sentenced Tuesday to five or more years in jail for their involvement in National Action.

    Whatever happened to Freedom of Speech?

    This motley crew don’t seem to have gone through the formality of, well, having done anything. Years in jail for – ?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @Kaganovitch
  27. @Thomm

    Ireland is the Puerto Rico of Europe.

    Ulster is the Puerto Rico of Europe. Can’t shake ’em.

  28. @Bragadocious

    I guess it’s time to run that 1971 anti-littering commercial again, but with different actors. It should be the native white guy from Joisey crying as a family of tech-support Indians throws their old curry dishes into the Raritan River. Can they be shamed the same way?

    • Replies: @Bragadocious
  29. @istevefan

    A boycott that’s very narrowly targeted (say, directed at Target) it can work, but as much as the ctrl-left runs the corporate world now too, there will be just too much overlap and confliction. Peak Stupidity expounded on this here in “Boycotts, Buycotts, and CEOs” (Part 2 and Part 3)

    I think one of the most successful ones was gun owners’ boycott of Smith and Wesson some 2 decades back, but also the Chick-Fil-a reverse boycott (a buycott by conservatives).

    • Replies: @istevefan
  30. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Hail

    >years
    Oh no worries. UK prisons are full of and effectively run by violent Muslims. I’d give them months.

  31. @Reg Cæsar

    Good one! I’d never thought of it that way.

    As the opposite effect, for a small-time criminal, it’d be better not to litter his own county.

  32. @jim jones

    It also helps that their food is pretty good.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    , @ben tillman
  33. @anon

    Conservatives alone possess enough numbers to successfully boycott MSNBC’s advertisers …

    As I wrote already, too damn complicated (lots of conflicting services/products) IMO. How about, like the guy above wrote, you all just drop the cable TV? Now, if 50% of that business went away, it’s not so much the subscription money they’d lose*, but the bad viewer numbers that would kill a lot of the advertising.

    * As they would just raise the internet connection fee to make it up.

    • Replies: @Kylie
  34. @Hail

    Whatever happened to Freedom of Speech?

    Wrong country. The limeys don’t do freedom of speech. Nor for that matter does anyone else in the EU. God bless the founding fathers of our Nation, it’s an American ideal.

    • Replies: @Yngvar
  35. Mr. Anon says:
    @rexl

    Of all the shows to boycott, Tucker Carlson’s seems to be rather innocent.

    His is the only show on FOX that questions the reigning narratives.

    • Replies: @Realist
  36. Mr. Anon says:
    @Steve Sailer

    It also helps that their food is pretty good.

    They are also clean, well run, and not staffed by illegal aliens or surly, tattooed miscreants.

    • Replies: @Corn
  37. istevefan says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    A boycott that’s very narrowly targeted (say, directed at Target) it can work, but as much as the ctrl-left runs the corporate world now too, there will be just too much overlap and confliction.

    That is a good point. In effect all of corporate America is part of the globo-homo herd.

    But like a herd of animals who initially have protection in anonymity, once the wolfpack focuses in on an individual, it’s over for that guy. The rest of the herd, though safe for now, is put on notice. At a later date a formerly safe member of the herd will become the next target of the wolfpack. Soon the wolfpack, which is never a threat to extinct the entire herd, is feared instinctively by the herd. Just the site of the wolfpack in the distance is enough to send the herd into a gallop.

    So focusing on one company like Target and putting them through the ringer is a good idea, even though Target is not particularly different from Walmart and others. But a successful operation on Target will put the others on notice. And there are plenty of people on our side with the economic potential to harm even the strongest of companies.

  38. Why the immigration fanaticism? Why is it stronger in the young and weaker in the old? I propose that it is because people base their ideas about immigration policy (and urban policy too) on the frequency of good and bad experiences, and that these days most of people’s experiences of immigration are fictional Hollywood portrayals. Those worried about lawless immigration, fake refugees, and too many H2s and full legals no matter how nice are either a) noticers, careful to weight a paucity of direct experience far more than the abundance of magic aliens in fictional dramas, or b) like me, been slapped across the face by more than once losing a job to an illegal (is it scapegoating when you have the job on Friday, and the illegal has it on Monday at 1/4 the wage? Have you ever heard an employer explain, “We don’t hire Americans”?).

    I was going to relate my own TV-watching experience, but that would be subjective. Turn to the awesome website TV Tropes that hilariously tallies every conceivable media stereotype.

    https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/TheIllegal .

    A character who has entered the country illegally. They are usually female, speak with a Central or Eastern European accent (sometimes their home country won’t be specified) and are being exploited by the evil people traffickers who brought them over. They will probably end up in a brothel or strip club. Getting increasingly common in UK crime drama.

    A common trope on U.S. police shows, as well. The nationality of the person being exploited varies. Exploited sweatshop workers are Latino, Asians, or occasionally Eastern Europeans. If it’s people trafficking for purposes of prostitution, it’s almost always Asian women, from China, Thailand, other semi-industrial countries. An appropriate mob organization (Russians, Tongs, Yakuza, The Irish Mob, Italians) will be the string-pullers. In any case, the person in question, due to fear, language barriers, and poverty, will have little recourse. Cooperating with the cops can mean a death sentence.

    A recent variation happens because illegal immigration is a political issue in the USA. Typically the illegal alien is Mexican, hardworking, speaks perfect English, can be of either sex, and is exploited only in minor ways which elicit sympathy for him without implying he’d have been better off staying home.

    I’d add to TV Tropes that in the USA it is mostly plucky and mildly attractive upper middle class women who correctly apprehend the saintliness of the calumnied illegal and who battles against ignorant and racist neighbors and sadistic cops in order to honor undocumented numinosity.

    Although Unz says one shouldn’t notice, thousands of families have lost loved ones to illegal-alien drunk drivers and some to robberies, rapes, murders. That would make pretty good CSI fare, right? Cultural differences, tragic consequences, pithy arguments about what is right and what is wrong. Has there ever been one such show?

    Millions of people have lost their job to an illegal or to a H-2. Sure, people eventually get other jobs, but often with considerable adjustment costs and now in an environment of depressed wages and decreased job security. A drama that portrayed a construction worker driven out by shady contractors running low-wage illegals, then taking refuge in cartel-smuggled meth as he is unable to pay for medical treatment of his daughter with cystic fibrosis, etc., etc. Good, topical, social drama. Has there been even one tv drama about someone losing their job to an illegal or an H-2 (the latter, say, on Lifetime)?

    Maybe there are one or two shows, about an unshaven, potbellied guy with a southern drawl that smacks his kids who is somehow ignorantly deluded that the illegals are taking “our” jobs, when they are really just helping out by doing work Americans won’t do, as the brave savior mom will explain at a big community meeting as she rescues the savaged victims while they hug her children and look up to her in gratitude while her rivals envy her heightened social esteem and the southern guy says he will never hit his kids again and people applaud. But any real story about any one of the millions of Americans who actually have been displaced?

    A quarter of our population is hallucinating that they are the resistance fighters in a Holocaust movie.

    • Replies: @Whiskey
  39. Anon[334] • Disclaimer says:

    I approached sone Russian tourists in a sort of picnic area on the Merced River in Yosemite Valley and told them they were not supposed to just dump their trash on the ground, and their reaction was like, What is this crazy guy talking about?

    So there are many trashy cultures, one of which is not Japan, where I now live. But the Chinese here? Definitely trashy. They go oyster hunting along the rivers, shuck them, and leave the shells on the streets.

  40. Thank goodness Fox News is still willing to stand by stalwart conservatives like Shep Smith and Andy Napolitano.

  41. g2k says:
    @istevefan

    It’s the phenomena of woke capital, you should get used to it because it’s only going to get worse in future.

  42. Realist says:
    @Mr. Anon

    His is the only show on FOX that questions the reigning narratives.

    At least some reigning narratives… he never questions Israel.

  43. No Thomm, I beg to differ with you! Mexico has love for the Irish and not just because we love to sing and dance, drink and fight. We have shed blood together, we have suffered and been disrespected by the English and their American cousins. Look at this short clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0q7ofppBCiY …Shit we’ll take the Poles too, they drink and play polka music.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kd9B-LupaMU

    • Replies: @anon
  44. Yngvar says:
    @Kaganovitch

    All Europeans have Freedom of Speech, as guaranteed in the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms that is watched over by the European Court of Human Rights.

    In the pan-European treaty we find:

    Article 10 – Freedom of expression
    Everyone has the right to freedom of expression. This right shall include freedom to hold opinions and to receive and impart information and ideas without interference by public authority and regardless of frontiers.

    Hooray! Wait, there is a footnote:

    The exercise of these freedoms, since it carries with it duties and responsibilities, may be subject to such formalities, conditions, restrictions or penalties as are prescribed by law and are necessary in a democratic society, in the interests of national security, territorial integrity or public safety, for the prevention of disorder or crime, for the protection of health or morals, for the protection of the reputation or rights of others, for preventing the disclosure of information received in confidence, or for maintaining the authority and impartiality of the judiciary.

    Ah. Government wins again.

    • Agree: Hail
  45. @Neil Templeton

    I watch Tucker on Youtube the next morning. That way I can skip past his retarded lefty guests, like that drunk Julian Epstein. It cuts out the “debating with idiots” part of the show and cuts the whole viewing experience down to ~20 minutes.

    You might reconsider cutting the cable.

    • Replies: @Hail
    , @Jim Don Bob
  46. Meh, Tucker isn’t what he appears to be. I don’t know why you make yourself into his sock puppet, Sailer. He’s a totalitarian tool who speaks out of both sides of his mouth. Typical of FOX and faux conservatives of the political entertainment variety. Besides aren’t you supposed to be moldering in your grave instead of hyping faux conservative trash talk.

    • Replies: @Neil Templeton
  47. countenance says: • Website

    Yeah, funny how that seems to work. We go one way, and corporatists go the other.

    See also: Jews, Libertarians.

  48. Whitney says:

    I drove around Mexico for 6 months and it’s a beautiful country but you can drive through a hundred miles of desert and every little scrub brush is covered with seven or eight brightly colored plastic bags. From a distance it’s actually kind of pretty but the litter is unbelievable. And the truth is is we had a very successful campaign to not litter Generations ago that took root and now we don’t litter. They did not have the same campaign. It’s propaganda in a good way. But even bringing it up now is just white supremacy

  49. Illegals?….

    Sean Hannity has the largest mansion of all on the whole of Lloyd Neck….Sean Hannity’s backyard:Target Rock Wildlife Refuge…scarce habitat for the acrobats of the Avian World…The Piping Plover. OFF THE BOAT CHINESE LEGAL IMMIGRANTS love to fish right behind Sean Hannity’s Castle(well…it’s next to a Castle owned by Mafia…so I am told)..

    For years , OFF THE BOAT CHINESE LEGAL IMMIGRANTS leave their trash…juice containers with Mandarin letters….all over the place..including on the endangered Piping Plover’s habitat…..

    The National Wildlife Refuge Police response:signs with a gentle:Could you please put your trash in this large dumpster we have hauled in here….have a nice day…

    Illegal?…No sir:LEGAL FROM CHINA…

  50. Thea says:
    @Hail

    The Irishhave produced the most prolific virtue signaling rock stars the world has known.

    But they are being inundated with the same people and getting into the same trouble for complaining

  51. Carlson is the first one to admit that he comes from $$$s and he isn’t ashamed of it (nor should he be). Where he parts company from the rest of his class is that he can readily see that without a vibrant working class/middle class America inevitably will descend into Third-World status. And he has pointed this out on many occasions.

    Carlson is the only reason for me to watch Fox. I like him better than O’Reilly. Like O’Reilly though, he is starting to rub too many of Our Betters the wrong way, so it wouldn’t surprise if he isn’t given the proverbial pink slip within the next two years or so because, in the end, money talks.

  52. @Realist

    Yisroel is the “third rail” so some things are off limits. Never cross The Tribe. In his heart of hearts I suspect C would be in agreement with Pat Buchanan–but we KNOW what happened to him, eh?

    • Replies: @Realist
  53. @Achmed E. Newman

    I don’t know, we should ask Thomm, he’s lurking on this thread. He’s the brown trashionalist expert.

  54. Art Deco says:

    “It’s obvious that we need more scientists and skilled engineers, but that’s not what we’re getting. Instead, we’re getting waves of people with high school educations or less.

    No it isn’t obvious. Higher education enrollments currently amount to over 12 million FTE. We are certainly capable of training our own scientists and engineers and importing next-to-none from abroad.

    What we might benefit from would be an immigration stream which supplies our fertility deficit. Currently, we have a tfr of 1.8 children per woman per lifetime, which suggests a deficit of about 620,000 births. Changes in the income tax structure and in educational finance might induce couples on the margin to have one more child and reduce that deficit, so we’d benefit from fewer immigrants.

    Historically, annual immigration streams were (during demographically tranquil periods prior to 1840 and between 1924 and 1965) about 0.125% of the extant population, which would suggests 400,000 immigrant settlers per year at this time.

    Since it takes all kinds, it doesn’t much matter from what stratum they’re drawn in their country of origin or what stratum they occupy here, as long as they aren’t a net consumer of common provision over their lifetime (which would suggest anyone with earning power north of the 30th percentile will do). You can screen for cultural affinity with an English proficiency test supplemented with a measure which limits applications from residents of one of a menu of 25 problem countries to families with children or to older married couples.

  55. Art Deco says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Ireland is a fairly affluent country with a low homicide rate. It has a dysfunctional Church and repulsive chattering classes which has sent the place whole hog into decadent secular culture a la the Netherlands. It doesn’t resemble Mexico or Puerto Rico. Poland is a moderately affluent country with a low homicide rate (and a better culture than Ireland’s).

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  56. Art Deco says:
    @Realist

    At least some reigning narratives… he never questions Israel.

    Why should he ‘question’ Israel. Normal people don’t have the poisonous obsessions of the Unz combox crew.

    • Replies: @Whiskey
    , @Mr. Anon
    , @Realist
  57. Whiskey says: • Website
    @New Dealer

    CWs Supergirl portrayed a thinly fictionalized version of Carlson as a murderer and racist, the nuclear family and Thanksgiving as evil, and op only advocated for White women and Black men to unite and kill all White men and their families especially their wives viewed as traitors to women and duversiy.

    Hollywood is a pipeline to De m politics. Sinice the Thomadons and Murphy Brown Dems get all their ideas from Hollywood.

  58. @jim jones

    My homeschooled daughter plans to apply there. The rumor is that they preferentially hire Christian teens.

    I don’t always eat fast food. But when I do, it’s ChickfilA or InnOut.

  59. Whiskey says: • Website
    @Art Deco

    Fertility is a function of age of the mother. First kid at 16 equals 20 years of fertility. First kid at 36 equals ze ro.

  60. rufus says:

    Its only the very root of the word ? Diversity, divert, divide, separate.

    Newspeak must be more opaque.

  61. Anonymous[123] • Disclaimer says:
    @Realist

    Do you not actually watch the show? He mentions Israel’s wall frequently.

    • Replies: @Realist
  62. @PiltdownMan

    Smug San Franciscans. The city used to be wonderful before the onslaught of techies. My former studio apartment in lower Nob Hill is now going for $2,500. 00 a month. Bastards.

  63. Marty says:
    @Diversity Heretic

    One of the most heavily meso-american municipalities in the bay area is Daly City, formerly known as baby Manila. A coupla years ago, I e-mailed the public works manager that litter was so bad the city probably deserves a “60 Minutes” segment as litter capital of America. About a week later, the worst areas had been cleaned up.

  64. @Art Deco

    Dysfunctional is a polite term to describe the Catholic Church. Try corrupt and evil; a system of control and shadow ritual since its inception.

  65. @Flip

    Something has changed in Tucker since the Aughts, when he was the bow-tied Richie Rich character on CNN. Now he has made himself an enemy of the neocons and their endless wars, corporate power in the form of the tech monopolies, and the Maoists of the Democratic Party. And I don’t think it’s an act; although it may be: I am easily fooled. President Carlson, however, will be destroyed brick-by-brick, just like President Orange, by the D.C. mafia.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
  66. anon[196] • Disclaimer says:

    Today, however, environmentalists have lost interest in down-to-earth issues like littering and would never dream of being so racist as to try to shame picnicking illegal immigrants into picking up their used disposable diapers.

    here in California the illegals throw their crap-filled diapers out the car window

  67. @Steve Sailer

    It was before their decision to boycott non-potato vegetables.

  68. @istevefan

    That’s how the other side operates, top be sure. It’s the right idea, but we are effectively prohibited from organizing.

    • Replies: @Jehu
  69. Mr. Anon says:
    @Realist

    Yes, there are some narratives he doesn’t question. To do so would likely get him thrown off the air. But he is better than most.

    • Agree: Realist
  70. Mr. Anon says:
    @Art Deco

    Normal people don’t stick their head up like a prairie dog to sound off in defence of some other country to which they have no allegiance. Which you seem keen to do, you witless nincompoop.

    In the last two years, the media and official Washington has been obsessed a completely false narrative that there has been pervasive influence in American governmental affairs by and/or for Russia. It would therefore be very germane to bring up the actual reality of pervasive influence in American governmental affairs by and/or for Israel.

    Idiot.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    , @anon
  71. @Desiderius

    They’re not the cowards. You are.

    They dictate. You take it.

    Can we assume you’re posting this from a secret, subterranean rebel command center, then?

  72. anonymous[105] • Disclaimer says:

    I noticed that phrase from Tucker that got him in the soup. Relatively harmless, but it caught my attention precisely because overall his show has become bland and non-confrontational. Saying Latin migrants make the country *poorer* wouldn’t have raised flags. It’s associating the Latins with “dirt”–and using what will soon be termed “the d word”– that crossed a line into hate speech.

    I’ve watched the progress of the show. It used to be the format was that left-wing racial idiots would appear as pinatas on the show, serving for Tucker to freely mock and laugh at them. The nut guests apparently didn’t mind the humiliation–just exposure on national tv was enough.

    I’d guess they told Tucker to cool it, aggression on minority issues was too harsh (like Trump tweets). So now e.g. Democrat former punching bags Richard Goodstein and Jorge Ramos state their position at length and get a jolly “always love to see ya, come again” welcome from Tucker.

    Tucker is sometimes a lone voice on some issues, but the show is losing it for me. I hope One America News becomes better known. It has the old-fashioned USA zip, with beautiful and brainy Liz Wheeler (before she gets hijacked away to fame and fortune like Tomi Lahren) and right-on commentator Graham Ledger.

    They lack superstar guests like Alan Dershowitz and Andrew Napolitano (!) but they’re much better with rogues like Frank Gaffney and Art Laffer.

    Oh, and OAH is great on Israel!

    • Replies: @anonymous
  73. anonymous[394] • Disclaimer says:
    @Thomm

    Stockton, CA (85 miles from Palo Alto) certainly proves Ron’s thesis that Hispanics aren’t criminals who make towns unlivable!

    I’d be happy to tour it with him, maybe make a documentary to show the world how great third world California really is.

    The museum even has an exhibit how it was a thriving shipbuilding city…until, you know, America stopped building ships. Truly A Ron Unz free trade and immigration paradise now…and so close to him!

  74. Corn says:
    @Bragadocious

    I guess they forgot we don’t have Dalits here to clean up after them.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  75. Corn says:
    @Diversity Heretic

    I read that book years ago. Hanson grew up amongst many Mexican-Americans and doesn’t seem all that unsympathetic to immigrants.

    Yet even he notes littering is near endemic when Mex-Am immigrants are around.

  76. @istevefan

    I like your can-do attitude, believe me, but this is like one of my examples. OK, people will avoid Target for a while and buy more China-made Crap at Wal-Mart, but then Wal-Mart is bound to do something worth boycotting them just as much (or as one of many advertisers on a show that is). People will go back to Target, or just blow off the whole thing based on a difference of $1.59 on Huggies diapers in addition to the confusion brought on by multiple boycotts.

    Maybe you’ll have P&G doing some anti-white nonsense or being one of the advertisers for a show advocating ctrl-left nonsense. How does the average consumer avoid Procter & Gamble? “Hey, we’ll buy this instead, that’ll show ’em!” When you get home you see a small logo on the package – P&G.

    I shouldn’t have used the Target example before (just making a pun, see?), but, as I wrote, some smaller companies or even decent-sized like Dick’s Sports (back during the AR kerfuffle) that has lots of competition can be affected though.

    Anyway, I’m glad to see people try though. Money does talk. That’s pretty much our only way of getting through to the elites.

  77. @ben tillman

    What? But there are those 2 pickle slices on the #2 Spicy Chicken Sandwich. What are you, one of those treehugging hippies? Eat mor sellary!

  78. Ragno says:
    @anon

    ” Conservatives alone possess enough numbers to successfully boycott MSNBC’s advertisers for their myriad Russia gate propaganda. ”

    Exactly so and in fact ….it is our only option. Sorry but I have largely given up on “whites” as a monolith ( they were never one) or even as an ethnic/racial subset as regards common interests or self-preservation. In fact – when I think of the deadliest, most psychotically hate-driven enemies of my country and of Euro-Americans in general, the worst are other whites: both the sort to play now we’re white, now we’re not, depending on where the advantage lies; and the poor bastards they’ve trained practically from the bassinet to become the worst and most sadistically-unprincipled offenders.

    Just as Trump rekindled a long-dead hope within me that lured me into voting once more for a Republican, Tucker Carlson similarly accomplished the near-impossible: he got me to watch FOX NEWS pretty damn religiously, at least for an hour a day. Had that old blowhard O’Reilly remained at the tiller of the cable network’s flagship, the result would be the same if they were ever stupid and gutless enough to force Carlson out – they might retain most of their audience (and their Nielsens), but they’d lose me, and everyone I know, forever.

    That most of the pundits in the teevee business, presented with a new, vital and growing viewer-demographic, have chosen to dismiss or outright demonize us – rather than recognize an important sector of the American public that is not being served and is in fact starving for both attention and truth-based sustenance – is not just par for the appalling course, but a working blueprint for How Societies Collapse.

  79. Corn says:
    @Mr. Anon

    What are Chik-Fil-A’s hiring practices?

    I stopped for food at the local Chik-Fil-A’s drive-thru last summer. The place was packed so they had two drive thru lanes running and two teenaged white girls walking up to people’s windows and taking their orders on tablets. The young ladies were polite, well groomed, with no tattoos or crazy piercings visible. Most astonishingly they took the orders without fault and didn’t act confused by operating the tablets.

    When I got to the window to pay and get my food the window was staffed by a young black lady who was just as well groomed and polite and was wearing a pair of sexy librarian specs 🙂

    Totally unlike many of my forays to Hardee’s or Taco Bell, where I wait forever while the staff chit chat or bitch to me about other customers or each other.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
  80. @Bragadocious

    Yeah, I can’t find it despite searching, but I remember a piece about Indians leaving ritual items along some creek around Big Sur. That it was common, not a one-off thing. Not a regular, Ganges-style dumping of trash though.

  81. @Ibound1

    These people really are mentally ill.

    I agree. From the NYT Article:

    Yet what I am asking here is simply whether it would be a tragedy if the planet no longer contained human beings. And the answer I am going to give might seem puzzling at first. I want to suggest, at least tentatively, both that it would be a tragedy and that it might just be a good thing.

    White SJWs flagellate and abase their own group as unworthy oppressors who deserve to be punished and replaced. Eco-warriors are just extending the same philosophy of self-loathing to the whole human race.

    • Replies: @Ibound1
  82. JohnnyD says:

    Today’s left: “You better like diversity or we’ll tell your advertisers on you!”

  83. @Thomm

    Unz would just say that blacks litter a lot. He never offers a rational rebuttal to any criticism of hispanics/immigrants.

  84. Yikes!

    I know the U.K. has no First Amendment and no Due Process clause. But according to the article they are now literally sentencing people to years of prison time for merely associating with other people who believe bad things. No intent, plan or effort to commit any actual crime whatsoever seems to be required in the UK. Just bad beliefs and bad associations. This is pretty frightening if true.

    Adam Thomas, 22, was sentenced to six years and six months in jail after he was convicted in November of belonging to an illegal organization and possessing information that would be useful in committing an act of terrorism, according to Birmingham Crown Court documents.

    Claudia Patatas, 38, was sentenced to five years in jail after she was convicted of belonging to an illegal organization.

    During the trial, prosecutors said the pair gave their baby the middle name “Adolf” as a tribute to Hitler, according to Reuters.

    They were found guilty of being members of the National Action, a far-right group that was banned after members of the group lauded the murder of Labour Party lawmaker Jo Cox by a far-right extremist in 2016.

    . . . . Thomas was also convicted on a count connected to his possession of “The Anarchist’s Cookbook,” a book of instructions on how to construct weapons and explosives.

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/couple-who-named-baby-after-hitler-sentenced-involvement-illegal-far-n949351

    Incidentally, the Anarchist’s Cookbook is a classic which can be purchased at Amazn. https://www.amazon.com/Anarchist-Cookbook-Keith-McHenry-ebook/dp/B0165WNAOO/ref=sr_1_5?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1545252706&sr=1-5&keywords=anarchist+cookbook

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    , @Hail
  85. anonymous[105] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous

    Sorry, meant “OAN” (One America News).

  86. Jehu says:
    @ben tillman

    Seems the best course of action is to focus on destroying the corporation rather than changing their position. Pick a corporation that has ready substitutes, like Target. Keep doing 2 minute hates on it to keep the boycott up. And don’t limit your actions to boycotts. Any jurisdiction you control should harass the hell out of them, taking away corporate welfare, nuisance lawsuits, bureaucratic nonsense, you name it.

  87. @Hypnotoad666

    Edit: Someone seems to have written a different book with the same title. But Here’s the corrected Amazon link to the real Anarchist’s Cookbook, which was a cult classic for 60’s radical types.
    https://www.amazon.com/Anarchist-Cookbook-William-Powell/dp/0974458902/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1545252847&sr=1-1-catcorr&keywords=anarchist+cookbook+william+powell

  88. Hail says: • Website
    @Hypnotoad666

    Is “convicted of belonging to an illegal organization” possible in the USA?

    I’ve never heard of it.

  89. Tipsy says:
    @Anon

    Japan:China::Austria:Hungary

    I heard a lot of complaints when the Austrian borders were opened and Hungarians and their littering habit came in. Maybe that’s changed, but it was the case in the 80s.

  90. Realist says:
    @Anonymous

    Do you not actually watch the show? He mentions Israel’s wall frequently.

    Did you not actually read my comment?

    …he never questions them.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  91. Realist says:
    @Art Deco

    Why should he ‘question’ Israel. Normal people don’t have the poisonous obsessions of the Unz combox crew.

    Israel should be questioned because they have problems.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
  92. Realist says:
    @Prester John

    Yisroel is the “third rail” so some things are off limits. Never cross The Tribe. In his heart of hearts I suspect C would be in agreement with Pat Buchanan–but we KNOW what happened to him, eh?

    My reply was to the comment that

    His is the only show on FOX that questions the reigning narratives.

    I pointed out one narrative he doesn’t question is Israel….I know the reason why.

  93. Art Deco says:
    @SunBakedSuburb

    Try selling your Jack Chick pamphlets someplace else.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  94. Art Deco says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Normal people don’t stick their head up like a prairie dog to sound off in defence of some other country to which they have no allegiance. Which you seem keen to do, you witless nincompoop.

    I did not raise the subject, he did. He wants Carlson to issue anathemas to Israel, an activity which makes no sense to a normal individual. This isn’t that difficult.

    In the last two years, the media and official Washington has been obsessed a completely false narrative that there has been pervasive influence in American governmental affairs by and/or for Russia. It would therefore be very germane to bring up the actual reality of pervasive influence in American governmental affairs by and/or for Israel.

    The term ‘germane’ does not mean what you think it means.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
  95. @SporadicMyrmidon

    Can we get one of those face-recognition systems of the type they have in China?

    Can we use it to rate people by their Social Credit score?

    To get experience with its efficacy, can we apply first, as a pilot project, to visitors to the U.S. from China?

  96. Art Deco says:
    @Realist

    Israel should be questioned because they have problems.

    So does Ecuador, which is a matter of no interest in Unzworld.

    • Replies: @Hail
    , @Mr. Anon
    , @Mr. Anon
  97. MarkinLA says:
    @Anon

    I was in western China in a town (Tashkurgan) near the border with Pakistan. I finished with a drink and had an empty bottle. I didn’t see any trash cans so I gave it to some girl in a shop thinking she would put it in their trash can. She walked outside with it and threw it in the street.

  98. Hail says: • Website
    @Steve in Greensboro

    the “debating with idiots” part of the show

    Is this just done for ratings? I don’t think other primetime Fox hosts really have this as a nightly staple the way Tucker does.

    (Sidenote: Comment nearly submitted with a spam-filter-triggering typo-obscenity; a key bordering ‘T’ makes for a highly unfortunate typo on Mr. Carlson’s first name.)

  99. Hail says: • Website
    @Art Deco

    Ecuador

    Google hits for “Ecuador controls the media”: Zero.

  100. @Buddwing

    One of the–mildly–interesting things, is that for a movement whose movers and shakers, and certainly its propagandists are people with BAs from fancy schools, the American left sure acts like its full of people who are verbally incompetent. They seem to be incapable–yes, incapable–of parsing verbal structure beyond the simple declarative sentence.

    To be fair, i think this is 90% plain simple lying. But these people really do sometimes seem to be incapable of actually understanding anything conditional or the slightest bit nuanced.

    Lots of us have noted how math challenged the liberal yakking classes are–seemingly completely incapable of understanding any mathematical implications. But–when convenient–they seem to be quite verbally challenged as well.

  101. Ibound1 says:
    @Hypnotoad666

    I don’t care if they want to replace themselves, if they don’t have children, if they decide to exit this world to keep the carbon emissions down – but it’s me they want to eliminate! I object to that.

  102. @ben tillman

    When I went there (once), I had a kale salad. It was way better than any other fast-food salad I’ve had before. When did their boycott start?

  103. Art Deco says:
    @Hail

    Israel doesn’t control the media either.

    • Replies: @anon
  104. @Corn

    Yeah, when I went there, it was all staffed by Mexicans and blacks with an apparent Mexican manager. You can imagine my expectations as it was my first time, but actually everyone was friendly and helpful, and the food came out well-prepared and in a timely manner. Very good experience.

  105. @miss marple

    I think Tucker is genuine. You, or I, may not agree with him in all or in part, but I think he rings clear in the 98th percentile or better with respect to honesty. I strongly doubt he is a tool of anyone.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  106. @Art Deco

    I would if I could. Do you have any ideas? Who is Jack Chick?

  107. @Hail

    Google hits for “Ecuador controls the media”: Zero.

    That’s pretty much what you’d expect for a country that controls the media.

    ;-}

    • LOL: Hail
  108. @Anon

    The difference in the organization and neatness of Japan and China is amazing. They came from the same people long ago, right?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  109. Kylie says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I went cable-free in 2010 just because I could no longer stomach the leftist indoctrination. I do watch some things on YouTube and I think Amazon comes free with my internet service but I don’t watch it. I don’t miss network or cable television at all.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  110. Anonymous[258] • Disclaimer says:
    @Neil Templeton

    It shows up most clearly in his selection of repeat guests, particularly Mark Steyn, whom he lets host on many occasions. Steyn, who actually got Canada to repeal its thoughtcrime/hate speech law, also cites our host with some regularity.

  111. anon[361] • Disclaimer says:
    @Art Deco

    jews don’t control the media in Sweden either

    these Unz people are crazy

    • Replies: @ben tillman
  112. anon[361] • Disclaimer says:
    @Thomm

    No. Poland is the Mexico of Europe.

    Ireland is the Puerto Rico of Europe.

    what’s the India of Europe?

  113. anon[361] • Disclaimer says:
    @J. Gutierrez

    No Thomm, I beg to differ with you! Mexico has love for the Irish and not just because we love to sing and dance, drink and fight. We have shed blood together, we have suffered and been disrespected by the English and their American cousins.

    poor victim

    stealing all that Native American land must make you feel better

  114. anon[361] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Normal people don’t stick their head up like a prairie dog to sound off in defence of some other country to which they have no allegiance. Which you seem keen to do, you witless nincompoop.

    maybe he’s just doing his job?

  115. Dube says:
    @Thomm

    “Poland is the Mexico of Europe.”

    Explicate.

  116. AP says:

    Europeans (well, maybe not Germans) once littered a lot also. In addition to preserving traditional ideas about gender, the Soviet Union also preserved traditional attitudes towards littering. Russia is strewn with garbage (this is not true of central Moscow, and has been getting better as the Soviet period recedes).

    Russian beach 10 years ago:

    American expat whining about it:

    https://davemolinari.wordpress.com/2011/04/10/the-garbage/

  117. Anonymous[123] • Disclaimer says:
    @Realist

    “he never questions them.”

    He says they have a wall, they have every right to have a wall, their wall works very well, and we should have the right to have a wall, too. What is there to question? Pointless attacks on Jews would just undermine his argument. Don’t we get enough of that around here?

    • Replies: @Realist
  118. Mr. Anon says:
    @Art Deco

    I did not raise the subject, he did. He wants Carlson to issue anathemas to Israel, an activity which makes no sense to a normal individual. This isn’t that difficult.

    No, he never said that; you are implying that. And you were Johnny on the spot when your little obsession was mentioned, weren’t you?

    The term ‘germane’ does not mean what you think it means.

    No, my use of the word was perfectly apt, you stupid nitwit. Tell us – as you deem yourself so wise – which country exerts, and has exerted on it’s behalf, more influence on the US government, Russia or Israel?

  119. Mr. Anon says:
    @Thomm

    No. Poland is the Mexico of Europe.

    Wrong, as usual. Unsurprising, given what an insufferable dolt you are.

    • Replies: @anon
  120. Mr. Anon says:
    @Art Deco

    So does Ecuador, which is a matter of no interest in Unzworld.

    When was the last time a candidate for President of the United States spoke before AEPAC or made a pilgrimage to the National Shrine of Divine Mercy in Guayaquil?

  121. Mr. Anon says:
    @Art Deco

    So does Ecuador, which is a matter of no interest in Unzworld.

    Your opinions are matters of no interest in Unzworld.

  122. anon[361] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr. Anon

    thom is the mexican of india

  123. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Achmed E. Newman

    NO.
    Japan is accidentally near to China and voluntarily adopted some of their civilizational achievements.
    China for its part once said something nice about a particular Japanese version of an originally-Chinese fan.
    They are not related organically, linguistically, culturally, or racially.
    Japanese are similar in almost every way to Koreans, and they have minor similarities (which may just be obsessions) to Polynesians amd Mongolians.
    Unless you mean by “long ago” enough time for the “we are all African” thing.

  124. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Kylie

    You’re missing nothing except one good show: check out Mike Judge’s Tales from the Tour Bus.

  125. J.Ross says: • Website

    What country is this?
    The culture is militantly and famously Roman Catholic.
    The women are insanely hot.
    The cuisine depends heavily on sour cream.
    The female peasant costume relies on bright flowers against a black background, the male on the color white, and the standard peasant blanket offered to tourists has horizontal stripes of incongruously modern fluorescent colors.
    There is a certain historical reliance on Germans which shows up in excellent beer.
    The music is unironically the same.
    There is industrialization, but not as much as the first world.
    They are not now thought of militarily strong, but once were, and generally repulse invaders after painful guerilla actions.
    And if your Audi was stolen, it’s probably there.

  126. Realist says:
    @Anonymous

    What is there to question?

    You’re kidding….right???

  127. Anonymous[333] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bragadocious

    People bring their cultures with them. I’ve personally found people from India in the US to be far more dishonest on average than the average American. It’s not a strength, it’s not improving our country.

  128. @anon

    jews don’t control the media in Sweden either

    As a matter of fact, they do.

  129. @Steve in Greensboro

    Some guy was on TC tonight in a purple jacket looking like he’d just come from a gay bar. I had the sound off but the crawler identified him as Julian Epstein a Democratic strategist.

  130. Anonymous[658] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corn

    Don’t worry they are working on it and are being helped by their (((friends))) in the media and government. Give it a decade or two then (God Forbid) if we aren’t careful or rich enough, our children/grandchildren will be where the dalits (in India) are now. This is why unlike other crazed fundamentalists of the ISIS kind, they don’t want all of us dead/converted. They need dalits in their new home and to have a white dalit as a house boy/concubine would be the most re-affirming thing for them outside of India!

    At least there is a certain sense of egalitarianism in Islam but Hindus are hard core believers in HBD theory and ‘manifest destiny’ aka people deserving their current place in life. Which is why the dalit must not feel bad about his station in life and accept it as ‘karma’ from his past life.

    No wonder Heir Adolph is so damn popular in India. And precisely why modern Judaists (aka the talmudists not the original Hebrews) are looked upon with so much respect in that country.

    So since we are ‘white trashionalists’ (just ask Thomm), we deserve to be dalits in our own land. He even mentioned it here: http://www.unz.com/isteve/nightmare/#comment-2699947

  131. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    No wonder Heir Adolph is so damn popular in India.

    I have heard Indians get mad at derogatory remarks about Der Führer. “I will not stand for this disrespect for Sri Hitler and the pandits of Germany!”

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